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Sue will be laid to rest in the Steptoe Cemetery, next to her beloved Mel. She was born on September 21, in Spokane but grew up on the family farm in Oakesdale.
Asshe never stopped moving and was very messy, unlike her in her adult years where she could rarely be seen at home without her vacuum! She learned at an early age how to cook hearty meals to feed their hungry harvest crew. She attended school in Oakesdale where she was a cheerleader and participated in Rainbow. Shortly after receiving her degree she had her daughter, Emily, with her first husband. Thirteen months later she had her second daughter, Rachel. There was nothing Sue loved more in life than being a mom! She even loved being pregnant and frequently reminded anyone and everyone whether they were pregnant or not!
Inafter dating for a few short months, she married the love of her life, Mel Alderman. Sue had never been happier, or so she thought, until her third daughter, Amy, was born. Family was everything to Sue, and she took great pride in her .
Sue worked part-time as a nurse at Whitman Hospital while raising her family. This allowed her to be home more often than not so she could be there for her girls. Inher heart was broken when Mel passed away.
As a single parent she wore all the hats of two parents, making sure her girls felt loved and supported in every way. As her girls got older, Sue worked full-time as a nurse at Whitman Medical Group where she took great pride in caring for her patients.
Sue could not wait to be a grandma! She was thrilled when her grandchildren finally came along. She took every opportunity to be with her kids and grandkids. She was an amazing mom and nana.
Sue was preceded in death by her husband, Mel, her father-in-law, Bob and her pug, Sasha. Sue is survived by her parents: Sally Schrenk and Lonny E. Louise Ellis and mother-in-law, Wanda Alderman. Grandchildren: Led, Katy, Alivia and Mackenzie. On-line condolences can be made at www. Bruning Funeral Home is caring for the family. Read Less. Plant Trees In Remembrance Honor a loved one by planting trees in their memory.
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