Susan B. Marski, 72, Townsend, passed away on Monday, January 16, 2023 at Bellin Hospital, Green Bay. She was born on June 24, 1950 in Portland, Oregon, daughter of the late Robert and Elizabeth (Blair) Kirchhoff.
Susan was a graduate of Conant High School, Hoffman Estates, Illinois with the class of 1968. She attended Harper College and received an Associate’s Degree. On April 26, 1975 she married Robert Marski in Mundelein, IL. Susan was employed as a teacher’s aid at the elementary and high school level for many years until her retirement.
Susan was married to her loving husband for 47 years. She was an exceptional wife, mother and grandmother with a heart of gold. She was very active in her families lives including being on the School Board, a soccer coach for all 4 kids as well as part of the Cary Soccer Association in her roles of Vice President and President. Susan was the biggest Packers fan in a family of Bears fans and always held her own on game days. She loved to cook, read, and sit by the campfire. Susan loved the outdoors including fishing and still holds the record in the family for biggest fish caught (a 68.5 inch sturgeon). She love to create and was a fantastic artist. Susan will be dearly missed by all those she touched throughout her life.
Survivors include her husband: Robert Marski, Townsend; four children: Jenny (Shawn) Nelson, Corvallis, Montana, Chris, (Carrie) Marski, Wausau, Tracy Marski, Townsend, Natalie Marski, McHenry, Illinois; eight grandchildren: Jacob, Caitlin and Reilly Nelson, Alex Marski, Robbie and Emma Rose Hartung, Hunter and Brooklyn Rodriguez; one sister: Nancy (Robert) McQuown; two brothers: Pete (Judy) Kirchhoff and Mike (Peggy Murray) Kirchhoff; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends also survive.
Cremation has occurred and a celebration of Susan’s life will take place at a later date.
The Kuehl Funeral Home, 108 E Main St. Gillett is assisting the family with arrangements. Please visit www.kuehlfuneralhome.com to share memories and expressions of sympathy for Susan’s family.
We had some great times when we lived in Illinois. Lots of time on the soccer fields. Boating and all you can eat Crab legs on the Fox River!
She will be missed.
Prayers for Coach Bob and the family.
Sue was an old friend from years ago when her family vacationed in northern Wisconsin at Hammer’s Northwoods Resort. We had lost touch many years ago and only recently reconnected. She was a good soul who will be remembered fondly. Rest well Sue.