Susan K. Wemhoff
Susan K. Wemhoff, 46, passed away on December 28, 2016. Susan was born in Valentine to Jim and Nancy Hale on July 19, 1970. Sue grew up the youngest of three. Her older brothers, Chris and Steve, were loved greatly by their younger sister and remained close with her throughout her life. She graduated from high school in Valentine and later moved to Omaha. In 1991 she was married to Jim Wemhoff, whom she loves deeply, and they began raising their family. They would raise three children: Tony, Ashley, and Joseph, who are their pride and joy. In addition to her immediate family, Sue was proud of her numerous nieces and nephews who are in many ways second children to her. She celebrated each day to its fullest but especially enjoyed holidays where she could spend with family and friends. Her faith was always the center of her life and inspired fer to foster that faith in others. She touched the lives of family and friends in a way that was deeply impactful through her every day acts of kindness and love. Sue was the type of woman that gave one hundred percent tin every task or involvement that she took on. While she has left us in body, she lives on in spirit through the grace of her Lord Jesus Christ.
Vigil Service was held Tuesday, January 3, 2017, Mass of Christian Burial was held Wednesday, January 4, 2017 at St. Gerald Catholic Church, Ralston, NE., with Celebrant Rev. Mark J. Nolte, Pastor.
Interment was at Cedar Dale Cemetery, Papillion, NE. Memorials may be directed to the family.
A Mother’s Lesson: When every day is a challenge, and the world seems to be falling apart, you will be there to tell us, to remember to keep God in our heart.
In life you were our rock, that kept us all together, and in death you will be our teacher, to instruct us on how to live our part.
You will be our reminder, on how to live each day, and push us to our limits, in our journey to find our way.
From you we’ve learned so much, and your messages will still ring clear.
You have taught us to live loudly, smile brightly, speak up, forgive infinitely, laugh freely, cry often, pray devoutly, face fears, hold up, comfort always, reach out, listen closely, work diligently, think creatively, persevere resolutely, stand out, love fully, and most importantly, that we must ha