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In Memory of

Suzanne Sollers

February 23, 1941 - May 30, 2017

Obituary


Suzanne was born to Joe and Maybelle Winklbauer in Pasadena, Calif. She was raised with her two siblings, Barbara Jean and Marie. Sue graduated from John Muir High School in Pasadena.
She married Sam Sollers, and the couple moved to Oregon. They were blessed with two beautiful daughters, Christine and Jennifer.
Sue earned her nursing degree and worked in almost every hospital in Portland and Oregon City.
In her adult life, Sue was a leader for Blue Birds, Brownies and Girl Scout troops. She was a very involved mother to her daughters, and a...

Suzanne was born to Joe and Maybelle Winklbauer in Pasadena, Calif. She was raised with her two siblings, Barbara Jean and Marie. Sue graduated from John Muir High School in Pasadena.
She married Sam Sollers, and the couple moved to Oregon. They were blessed with two beautiful daughters, Christine and Jennifer.
Sue earned her nursing degree and worked in almost every hospital in Portland and Oregon City.
In her adult life, Sue was a leader for Blue Birds, Brownies and Girl Scout troops. She was a very involved mother to her daughters, and a dedicated homemaker.
Following her retirement, Sue became very enthusiastic about traveling. She had incredible trips to New York, the San Juan Islands, Colorado, Alaska and back to the California beaches of her youth.
Sue enjoyed surfing, yard work and scrapbooking. Her scrapbooking was focused on famous movie stars, and she enjoyed memorializing them through her craft. Her daughters describe her as "always being the star in [their] lives."
Sue was loved by many, but especially by her two daughters. They remember her as being hardworking, never-resting, and always concerned about their well-being, no matter how old they were. Sue was a dedicated couponer, and taught her children to be frugal and always save their dollars and cents. Her next, most important, lesson was to "always have fun." Her daughters live by that teaching each day.
Sue was also blessed with two loving grandsons who she enjoyed and with who she spent a lot of quality time.
Sue passed away May 30, 2017. She will always be remembered for her work ethic, distinctive laugh and extreme love of her two daughters.