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This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Susan Crumb who was born in Washington on 12 April, 1949 and passed away on 09 July, 2013 at the age of 64. We will remember and love her forever.
Tributes and Condolences
To Steve & family   / Jack Pessia (Friend of Steve )
Steve, so sorry to hear about your families loss. Jack
Susan  / Pamela Leptich (sister-in-law)
Susan, I love and admire you. A beautiful woman who experienced much. So gifted, so challenged, so many blessings, such heartache. You handled it all with grace, faith, courage and honesty. As so has your family. Love to them.  ...  Continue >>
At peace   / Molly Myers-Jakubczak (Friend)
Dear Steve and family. I wanted to express my deepest sympathy for you all and let you know that there are so many of us that are thinking about you and supporting you with our thoughts. Take care, Molly
For my Beautiful Daughter Susan   / Patricia Gwinn (Mother)
Darling Susan --- I miss you more than you will ever know!! And at the same time I am so thankful that you do not have to battle the horrible ALS - Lou Gehrig Disease anymore. But because you are my wonderful daughter it is oh so hard to let you ...  Continue >>
Our love to Steve and the family   / Sandy Gilbert (cousin)
Susan will be greatly missed. She lit up a room and made everyone welcome. I am grateful for our day together in Spokane last summer and will treasure the memories. May God bless you all. I am sorry for your loss.
Thinking of you  / Barb Pearman Maier (Friend of Susan and high school classmate of Steve )    Read >>
To the Crumb Family  / Mary Brelsford     Read >>
Susan / Kathleen Ross (Cousin-in-law)    Read >>
Remembering Susan  / Pete And Liz Grunte ("Adopted Cousins" )    Read >>
Courage and Love  / Tim &. Sally Quirk (family friend )    Read >>
Susan will always be remembered  / Joan Schwenker (Friend)    Read >>
My Sister  / Cindy Clapper (sister)    Read >>
Memories / Bruce &. Jan Erickson (Neighbor)    Read >>
A mother's legacy  / LT Wortham (Friend)    Read >>
kindred heart  / Duane Dorsey (brother in law )    Read >>
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Obituary  
CRUMB, Susan E. Was born on April 12, 1949 in Seattle, WA. In 1967, she graduated from Shorecrest High School. She attended Western Washington University and then the University of Washington where she met her husband. In August 1972 she married Steve Crumb and moved to Spokane, WA where together they built a life and raised two children. Susan was devoted to her family and friends. She was selfless and always there for others. She constantly looked for the best in people and believed everyone deserved a chance in life. After having several serious bouts with mental illness herself, she became a great support to others dealing with similar issues. Susan was a lot of fun and always lived life to the fullest with her family by her side. Whether it was traveling, attending football games or trying a new happy hour, they never slowed down. In the winter months, you could find them snow-skiing at Schweitzer Mountain Resort, ID and in the summer many weekends were spent at Spirit Lake, ID. Susan also had quite a green thumb. In the spring and summer, you would likely find her in her garden where she also tried to keep the birds in the neighborhood well-fed. The last few years she battled ALS with enormous courage and grace and kept her positive attitude until the end. Susan and her family deeply appreciated the overwhelming outpouring of support during this period. And on behalf of Susan, the family would like to thank everyone for their love, support and prayers. Susan is survived by her husband, Steve; daughter, Sara Crumb; son, Michael Crumb and his wife, Angie; and countless friends and relatives. A memorial website has been set up for her at http://susan-crumb.memory-of.com. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The ALS Association Evergreen Chapter at http://webwa.alsa.org.
 
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