Susan Eidhammer

Susan Eidhammer

Susan Eidhammer Susan Kay Eidhammer age 68 of Redwood Falls, formerly of Windom, passed away Monday, February 1, 2016 at her home following a courageous battle with cancer. Funeral services will be at 2:00 p.m. Friday, February 5 at Living Word Church in Redwood Falls. Visitation is one hour prior to services at the church. Interment is in St. Catherine’s Catholic Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent at Stephens Funeral Service – Redwood Valley Funeral Home in Redwood Falls is assisting the family with arrangements.

Susan “Sue” Kay Eidhammer was born July 17, 1947 in West Point, Nebraska to Emil and Dorothy (Pool) Rabe. She was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith. Sue graduated from Walnut Grove High School. She was united in marriage to Myron Boelter. The couple were married for 21 years, resided in Windom, and had four children. Later, she was remarried to Gary Eidhammer for 15 years. Sue worked for Home Creative Living. She was a very loyal employee who gave nearly 30 years to the job she loved. Sue loved decorating her home for the holidays, riding her Harley motorcycle, and going to Sturgis. She enjoyed doing puzzles and crosswords, playing cards, and going for walks. Sue loved old Western movies and spending time with her children and grandchildren.

Sue is survived by her children: Greg (Claudette) Boelter of Hamilton, GA, Sherry (Mike) Hyatt of Windom, Jeff Boelter of St. Peter, and Michele (Steve) Riordan of Windom; grandchildren: Nicholas Eischens, Cassandra Boelter, Brandon and Brittany Larson, Kegan Hofferbert, Jagar and Ryder Riordan; great grandson Kaiden Bocock; siblings: Adolph (Peggy) Rabe, Marie Story, Doreen (Dan) Steenblock, and Jan Erickson; and many other relatives and friends. She is preceded in death by her parents Emil and Dorothy Rabe.

3 thoughts on “Susan Eidhammer”

  1. Sue will b greatly missed I was a former co worker of hers at HCL she pretty much trained me. I loved listening about her times out at sturgis and how she rode her Harley! She is defiantly a strong woman and loved how she didn’t put up with crap!!! One “tough cookie”. I greatly respected and admired her. Very sorry for your loss, thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends

  2. Connie Hochstein

    My sympathy to the family of Sue. I knew Sue for many years when we met at Ruby Chesters daycare. She was a very good person, always there to help. We enjoyed many fun times together having coffee! May God Bless her memory.

  3. Our hearts go out to Sue’s family. Sue was a huge asset to Apt 4 at The Home for Creative living. She was a top notch trainer and staff always looked up to her. Her smile and laugh (which there was always plenty of) made every co-worker look forward to working along side her. Her love of individuals with disabilities was such an inspiration to new employees. We know that she had an awesome reunion with HCL individuals who went to heaven before her…heaven is now alive with laughter. We will all remember Sue and feel her in our hearts.

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