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Susan Levon Crandall went to be with her beloved Jesus on January 18, 2022.
Born February 1,1952 to Keith Huntley and Bonnie Leazer in Twin Falls, Idaho.
She was the eldest of six and graduated from Tigard High School in 1970.
Susan's fondest childhood memories was time spent on her Grandparent's farm in Twin Falls.
In 1987, Susan married "the love of her life," Kerry Crandall, and became stepmom to Sean, Shannon, Dana and Keri. From the moment she met her stepchildren, she treated them like her very own. She loved them dearly, and this love was easily reciprocated by all four Crandall kids. Susan and Kerry's marriage ended in 1999, but God brought them back together in 2010 to finish the life they had started, and the two joyfully remarried in 2014.
Susan loved being in her kitchen and would happily spend all day there; baking delicious breads, canning garden veggies, cooking up a scrumptious meal or whipping up a batch of her tangy lemon curd. She would never show up to an occasion empty handed but always brought delightful treats to share whenever visiting family or friends. Susan brought the spirit of love and laughter into every room she walked into.
Our beloved Susan approached life with absolute joy and thankfulness. She taught us not to sweat the small stuff and to embrace each day with gladness and anticipation. She had a vibrant and authentic personality, always with a smile and kind words, making friends wherever she went. She was adventurous and brave, even throwing caution to the wind at age 58 and joining "her man" in the wilds of Alaska. Together, Susan and Kerry, built a peaceful life as they greatly enjoyed their off grid cabin homestead on the Susitna River. She formed many wonderful friendships in Alaska, but her heart always yearned to be home with her children and grandchildren. In November, 2021, that yearning would be filled when Susan and Kerry moved back to Oregon to be with their loved ones. The family had a month of love, laughter, togetherness and tradition that will be forever cherished. However, God had other plans and called Susan to her forever home. Susan's faith in God never wavered, and she anxiously looked forward to her arrival in Heaven, proclaiming in those last moments on earth, "I'm going to be with Jesus! Aren't you jealous!"
Susan is forever in our hearts, and we look forward to our glorious reunion in Heaven and eternity together.
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