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Susan "Sue" Ann Beehler
Fr. John Rader
Deacon Barry Wagner
Fr. Bob Krantz
Organist ~ Martin Sieverding
“On Eagle’s Wings”
“How Great Thou Art”
“I Know My Redeemer Lives”
Nursing Staff of Avera-St. Benedict’s Hospital
Delmont Fire Department
Susan “Sue” Ann Beehler was born on Tuesday, January 14, 1958 to Harvey and Shirley (Dangel) Rokusek in Parkston, South Dakota. She graduated Scotland High School in 1976 and went on to attend 2 years of college at Mitchell VoTech where she earned her LPN degree. On July 31, 1981, Sue was united in marriage to Kevin Beehler at St. George Catholic Church in Scotland. Sue was a caring person, who served as a nurse most of her life, working at St. Michael’s Hospital in Tyndall for 15 years and Avera-St. Benedict Health Center in Parkston for over 20 years. Together, Kevin and Sue loved participating in the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, snowmobiling in the Black Hills, attending her two children’s sporting events, and walking the family pet, Demon. At times, she also liked to slow down and enjoy a good book.
Sue passed away on Wednesday, February 11, 2015 at Avera-St. Benedict Health Center in Parkston having attained the age of 57 years and 28 days.
She is survived and remembered by her husband, Kevin Beehler of Delmont; two children: Scott Beehler of Iroquois, SD and Amanda Beehler of Rochester, MN; her beloved dog Demon; mother Shirley Rokusek of Tripp; three brothers: Richard Rokusek of Norfolk, NE, James (Jane) Rokusek of Watertown, and Paul (Barbara) Rokusek of Tripp; and many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her father Harvey Rokusek, father-in-law Eugene Beehler, and mother-in-law Leona Beehler.
The family would like to give a special thank you to all the Avera-St. Benedict’s Hospital Staff, Delmont and Parkston community members, Delmont Volunteer Fire Department, the many friends of the family, and all those who have touched the life of Sue in a special way over the years. Thank you for everything, it has all been greatly appreciated
and certainly remembered.
To the family of Sue, it was a privilege to have Sue work with us when we did outreach in Parkston, but also she showed us strength, courage and her strong faith in caring for her. She gave of herself unselfishly. May God wrap his loving arms around you and know she is at peace . Marilyn and Melanie, RN's
Marilyn and Melanie Feb 13 2015 10:14 PM
To the Rokusek & Beehler families Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time. We are sorry for your loss. Brian & Connie(Jezek) Tinney (Lars & Sylvia Jezeks daughter)
Brian & Connie (Jezek)Tinney Feb 13 2015 8:47 PM
Scott & family, Our thoughts & prayers are with you at this time. It is not easy to lose a parent. I know Scott through the Church in Iroquois & also through the school. My girls are in middle school & know Mr. Beehler so were sad when I told them your Mother. Just hang on to the memories you had with with her. She will always be with you. Scott if there is anything you need just let us know. I know I don't know you that well but if need someone to talk to we always here. Rex & I both understand what you are going through. We have both lost parents. Take care & can't wait to see your "smiling" face next time I'm in the school or at an event. Again we are sorry for your loss. Rex, Lynette, Hayley & Heather Geyer
Lynette Geyer Feb 13 2015 10:03 AM
WE were so sorry to hear of Sue's passing. She was such a special lady and I know she will be missed so much. She touched so many lives in her short life. She had a wonderful husband and two beautiful children that were all the light of her life. Peace for her at last and lots of memories for you. She was certainly one of God's special people.
Marge Stoebner Feb 12 2015 7:56 PM
Out thoughts and prayers are with you. We feel blessed to know your wonderful family! May God bless you and keep you in his care.
Jon and Rose Weitgenant Feb 12 2015 4:16 PM