In Memory

Suzanne Hundt

Suzanne Hundt

Dr. Suzanne Arlene Hundt

June 23, 2011 12:00 am

After a kick-a… battle with cancer, Suzanne said “I’m ready” and went to be with her father, brother, and sister in heaven.

A wonderful wife, daughter, friend, sister, aunt, doctor, and neighbor, Suzanne gave joy, love, and happiness to an ever widening circle of life.

Whomever and whatever Suzanne laid her hands on grew or was healed. Her garden, Andrew, and her friends and family were nourished by her endless joy and energy.

Gifted, talented and amazingly creative: crafts, food, clothes, gardening and relationships were all defined by Suzanne’s tastes. Her sense of design and fluid use of color was evident in her garden and her home and everyone always felt at ease in her world.

She will be missed by all she “touched“.

Suzanne graduated from Palmer Chiropractic School in 1985 and operated Hundt Chiropractic for 25 years.

Suzanne is survived by her husband, Andrew Brockel; her mother, Bernice Hundt; brother, Fred Hundt (Judy Bills); sister, Paulette Hundt (Ed Viner); sister-in-law, Diana Hundt; nieces, Melissa, Laura and Elizabeth; nephew, Brian Hundt; and Amy, her rescued black lab.

She was preceded in death by Peter F. Hundt Jr., Diane Petra Hundt, Duwayne Gregory Hundt.

Suzanne was “not bossy, she just had better ideas.”

A special thank you to Mary Nofftz, Dr. Mark Saxton, Shawn Woodman, Janice Topp, Patty Hopkins, and all the girls who were there for Suzanne and Andrew. Thank you also to the amazing staff at Gundersen Lutheran; Dr. Leah Dietrich and Eileen Williams P.A. for their dedication and service.

A funeral Mass will be held at 11:30 a.m. Friday at at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, 130 Losey Blvd. S. The Rev. David Olson will officiate. Family and friends may call from 9:30 a.m. until the time of the Mass at the church on Friday. The Blaschke & Schneider Funeral Homes are assisting with arrangements.

Memorials are requested to Paula’s Purse at Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center.