Miner, Susan Diane (Hjulberg) was born January 10th, 1942 in Minneapolis, MN and cancer took her life on Sunday, June 28th at her home in Oak Grove, MN. She was surrounded by her husband, 3 daughters, and grandchildren during her passing. Susan was active within her church, the Ramsey community, and her local YMCA. She will be remembered for her colorful personality (and clothing choices), loud laughs, high spiritedness, and being one of the best Tupperware saleswomen in the Midwest! She was a doting mother, supportive wife and incredibly involved grandmother. Family and friends meant everything to her. Susan loved everything about the outdoors including camping, swimming, boating, and gardening. Susan is survived by her daughters Natalie Kerber (Phil), Samantha Padula (Bob), and Monica Rogman (Bill). As well as her 6 grandchildren Bridget (Kyle), A.J., Christopher, Madelaine, Elizabeth, and Erik. She also is survived by her 2 great-grandchildren Decklen and Lennex, her second husband David Jacobson, and her brother Lance Hjulberg (Kay). She is preceded in death by her parents Gloria Hjulberg, Lyle Hjulberg, and her stepfather Adolf Levine; her first husband John Miner and her infant grandchildren, Peter and Paul. She will be immensely missed by all who had the pleasure of befriending this vibrant woman. A visitation will be held at Anoka Riverside Park - 1721 River Ave, Anoka, MN 55303 on Thursday, July 2nd from 6pm - 8pm and is open to all to come and share stories and memories of Susan with the family.
Susan Diane (Hjulberg) Miner
Private service at Cross of Hope Lutheran Church, Ramsey, MN. You may view a live stream of the funeral service at CrossofHope.org. If you are unable to view live it will be available until Saturday on the web page or any time on CrossofHope/Facebook. Public visitation Thursday, July 2 at Riverside Park in Anoka from 6-8pm at the pavilion.
Cross of Hope Luther Church
Mother had a great love of church and music and sang in the Cross of Hope choir. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Cross of Hope Lutheran Church music program.
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