In Memory

Susan Brown

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05/19/10 11:53 AM #1    

Cordell Clinger


I played in the Orchestra with Susan.  We were in the cello section.  She was a lot of fun to learn Dvorack 8th Symphony.  We had to hide our laughter when we couldn't play sections of the music.  Dow Young was a little irritated at us.  I always remember Susan with a fun laugh, smile and her dimples.  Three years of orchestra made he a good freind and stand partner.

Cordell Clinger

12/30/10 02:20 PM #2    

Kathryn Esplin (Esplin-Oleski)

Susan and I were friends at Stewart and I went to the Cottonwood canyons with her family on at least one occasion. She was always a lot of fun. She and I sat next to each other in Math at Stewart. She was a genuine person.

07/06/17 10:59 AM #3    

Lynn Wilkerson

Is this Susan's Obituary. Ilene asked me out to the girls dance.  I didn't know the family.

Susan Ada Brown Child, our mother, sister and aunt, returned to our Heavenly Father on Sunday, July 6, l997 after a courageous battle with a long term illness.

Born on October 23, 1951 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Garn Arthur and Lemira Bishop Brown. Married Craig W. Child in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on March 16, 1973. Later divorced.Susan was an active member of the LDS Church. She enjoyed crafts and music and was an accomplished musician before her illness.

The family wishes to extend a special thanks to the doctors and nurses at Sandy Regional Rehabilitation Center for their special care.

Survived by children, Mike, Salt Lake City; Jeff, Brazil Salvador Mission; Tony and Brooke, Fresno, California; sisters, Linda Baxter; Karen Bourdon; Ilene Mathison; Myrna Fischer; brother Gregory Brown. Preceded in death by her parents.

Services will be held at 12 noon, Wednesday July 9, 1997 at the Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 South Highland Drive where family and friends may come from 10:45-11:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.


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