Suzanne G Stengel
Born: 4/20/1946, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Few are those who can warm the hearts of so many, win the respect of a community and all who new her, inspire with her kindness and humble with her humility. Suzie Stengel was one such person. She passed away on Monday, August 18 in her home with her family by her side after a short fight with cancer.
Death: 8/18/2014, Moab, Utah
Service: 08/22/2014, 11:00 am, St. Francis Episcopal Church
Suzie was born April 20, 1946 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She traveled the world before moving to Moab with her husband, Tom, and daughters in 1989. It was here that for 13 years she worked her dream job at Nichols Expeditions.
She is survived by her husband, Tom Stengel, daughters, Rebecca Stengel and Jamie Clausen, brother, KennCorwin Gardner, and sister, Barbra Gardner.
She will be greatly missed.
A memorial service open to the public be held at St. Francis Episcopal Church in Moab at 11 am on Friday, August 22. We request that instead of flowers you donate to a charity of choice.
I bid you come and contemplate the universe and its contents, a spectacle apprehended not by the eye of the body but by the unsleeping eyes of the mind. Only let there be a constant and profound longing for wisdom which fills its scholars and disciples with varieties glorious in their exceeding loveliness. (Philo's De Specialibus Legibus i. 49ff.)
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