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Susan M. Plunkett

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Susan Marie Plunkett, artist, crafter and life-long resident of Superior, Wisconsin, walked through Heaven’s doors with the angels on December 23, 2021. She is finally rejoicing, dancing and healthy with no more suffering.

Susan is survived by her husband, Robert Plunkett, who she adored; children, Rhonda Morton, Shelly (Mike Jollymore) Hase, and Jay and Stacie Patnode; seven grandkids and thirteen great- grandchildren. She was surrounded by the love of Ashlie Patnode, who gave her 1 on 1 art therapy as she lived her final days in Craft Heaven. Diamond art was her favorite trend. She was tie dying blankets on December 17th. Susan attended Christmas with her mother and father at the round table.

Susan was born in Superior, Wisconsin on April 4, 1946. She graduated from Central High School. She is retired in Heaven with her mother Vernie and father Clarence Granstrom; brother, Dennis Granstrom; son-in-law, Ken Hase; and childhood friend, Janice.

Besides spending time with her family and friends, Susan had a passion for crafts. She made anything art. The way she created was magical and she made every moment magical paradise. She had the ability to know when people needed her help, and she touched many lives with her generosity and passion for life. She loved Sylvia Brown and John Edwards. She enjoyed eating ribbon candy, hard fudge and cotton candy. She was so joyful and the prettiest girl in school with the nickname Bunny. She was truly an energizer bunny. Every time you see a bunny think of her. She loved organizing family crafting events. Susan was the crafting queen winning 1st place in art contests. She enjoyed Bingo and being the Bingo caller. Susan never let her illness slow her down. She was known for her outstanding fashion and singing voice – creating a song for her family, “Hug Me Through the Phone” which is found on YouTube and played on radio stations.

Visitation will be from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, December 28, 2021, at the Downs Funeral Home, 1617 N.19th Street, Superior, Wisconsin. The funeral service will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home with Reverend Michelle Rowell officiating.

The family invites everyone to a luncheon following the services at Ace’s on 29th, 2827 Oakes Avenue, Superior.

To sign the online guest book or send condolences, visit www.downsfh.com