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Susan A. Meier (1948-2019)

          Susan Ann Meier, age 71 a resident of Kenosha died December 19, 2019 at her residence.

          An open house celebration of life will take place on Saturday January 4, 2020 at the Civil War Museum (5400-1st Avenue) from 1:00PM until 4:00PM.

17 comments

  1. Sue was one of the best trainers I ever had. She was so helpful and encouraging. She will be missed. She was an awesome person. I am very sorry for your loss. I’m glad her dogs found good homes to go to.

  2. I met Sue about 25 years ago, because of dog agility. She was a beautiful, loving person. She always was kind, always with something encouraging to say. She was devoted to her dogs. She will be missed by many.

  3. Sue was a fabulous and kind person….so insightful with people and dogs. The agility world lost a great friend. I pray her family will realize what a treasure Sue was to us. My condolences to her family and to all who are grieving this loss.

  4. Sue will always be remembered for her joy and kindness. She was an inspiration to many people. My condolences to her family.

  5. Georgene dorothy Knight January 1, 2020 at 12:12 pm

    What a wonderful friend. Susan helped me get started in agility– including telling me to enter the trial at McCormick– lots of folks I was scared, but I know now she knew I would do fine. We took a ride to Canada to pick up a new pup for her. A great friend, super dog trainer, just a good friend . She will be missed , the agility world has lost a super gal. Prayers for her family.

  6. Best agility instructor ever!! Thank you Sue for all your kind and great advice over the years. Godspeed…….

  7. Thank you Sue for all that you did for me & for your kind, kind heart. I’m so glad I have a little piece of you in my Ten pup. She loved you so. I’m sorry I can’t make the memorial, but you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. You will certainly be missed. You were an amazing soul.

  8. I went to grade school and high school with Sue. I will always remember our good times; toilet papering houses, Beatle concerts, sleeping in a tent in her back yard. So many good times to list. She was a great friend and person.

  9. Oh Sue… I so miss chatting with you. Your insight to so many subjects was a delight. Thank you for helping me figure out issues with my dogs, and to positively improve with them.
    You were truly a kind and caring soul. You are in my thoughts, Sue. May you soar with the angels. Love you and miss you!

  10. I feel so fortunate to have met Sue when I was first attempting to do agility with my dog Maya. Not only did we meet a wonderful agility trainer, we also met a wonderful person. Sue also helped me with my new dog Moxie to get over her reactivity. Sue was just what Moxie needed, someone with calm and positive energy. Whenever I walked into a room and saw that Sue was there, I immediately felt calm and positive myself. Thank you Sue for enriching my life!

  11. I am sending my condolences to Sue’s son, Billy Meier and her family. I am sending you all a “group hug”.
    Ah, what does one say about a friend of 65 years……….Sue and I had the best of the best times.Together through thick and thin. Raising our sons together, all the laughter and tears………Thanks for the memories Sue, I will catch you on the flipside…………Pat Mac
    PS: I know all her pets will be waiting at the Rainbow Bridge for her. She will be standing straight, walking and running and feeling young again. She will be missed by many. Happy Trails, Sue……

  12. My condolences to Bill and Sue’s family. She was an amazing individual. Thanks for all the great memories, Irish Fest, Ravinia, movie night and many more. You will be missed.

  13. Suzette (Sue) Mulligan-Salo January 4, 2020 at 12:03 pm

    My sincere condolences to Sue’s family and friends. I was blessed to experience Sue as a co worker at her profession as a Social Worker and at our Elementary School. Sue was a true Christian, full of giving and loving to all. I pray the Lord blesses all of you with a bounty of memories that grow bright in your minds and hearts forever.

  14. Sue was such a tremendous influence on the dog training community. She taught me so much, not just about dog training, but about compassion and what it means to be a positive influence to those around you. I will miss those conversations in our training building after class, her kind words, and throwing a ball for those goofy Border Collies. For Sue, it was always about making the world a better place. We will miss you, Sue!

  15. LeRoy and Maudie Billings January 5, 2020 at 10:24 pm

    Oh Sue .. my heart aches that I won’t be seeing you in the front yard with Eagle and the other dogs .my 12 pound poodle were great friends. I m so sorry that I didn’t know about your memoriam. You have always been a great neighbor. My heart goes out to your son Bill . The neighborhood won’t be the same without you . We were only 2 houses apart but when I needed some advice I would come to you with my first and 2nd poodle. Your with the angels now looking over every one. We will miss you so much 🌷♥️

  16. Dear Ken Ade,
    We are so saddened by the news of Sues death. Please know that you and your families are in our thoughts and have our love and sympathy.
    Deb and Mike

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