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Suzanne Beauchat Lindquist 8/31/1949 5/02/2010 Our mother, our sister, our friend, has left us for a better place. Her parents, Phil and Ann Beauchat preceded her to eternal rest. She was a loving mother who brightened the lives of everyone she met. A native Tucsonan, Suzanne graduated from Catalina High School. She was an active sports participant when she was young and later coached youth soccer. She attended the University of Arizona School of Nursing, and studied Interior Design. Suzanne loved to travel, enjoyed fine arts, watching baseball, collecting antiques and fashionable trends, especially shoes! Her favorite city was the City of Lights, Paris. She had an eye for art and collecting antiques, including an extensive collection of vintage glass perfume bottles from the 50’s. She was a devout Yankee fan and even met one of her baseball heroes Cal Ripkin. Suzanne always had the best shoes (and b ugg wedges ags to match) from Chanel to Louboutin she had impeccable taste and set the trends! She i ugg wedges s survived by her sons, Russ Seekatz and Zac D ugg wedges ierssen, both of Tucson; her brothers, Larry Beauchat and Jan Beauchat and many ugg wedges nephews and nieces in Arizona, Idaho and New York. She will be greatly missed, always loved, and never forgotten. at East Lawn Cemetery, 5801 E. Grant Road. Following the family interment there will be a gathering at Suzanne’s residence for family and friends.

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Mrs. Suzanna “Sue ugg wedges ” D. ugg wedges (Oswald) Strickland, 81, of Sh ugg wedges illington, passed away on Thursday, April 3, 2014 at the Mifflin Center in Shillington, PA. She was married to the late Malcolm G. Folk and later to James Strickland, who died on September 25, 1971. Born in Reading on February 13, 1933, she was the daughter of German immigrant factory working parents, the la ugg wedges te Carl and Monica F. (Ullrich) Oswald. She was a 1950 graduate of the former Central Catholic High School. She worked for many years at Woolston Real Estate and retired from Gilbert Associates, Inc. in Reading. After retirement she made many crafts, especially fabric bags and signed her creations as “The Bag Lady.” Surviving are three children: Kathleen S. (Folk), wife of Craig Sonnen, of Cumru Twp.; Michael A. Folk of Seattle, WA; and Jay Christopher Folk Sr., of Mohnton; four grandchildren: Rebecca (Sonnen) Speece; Abby N. (Sonnen), wife of Jason M. Gehris; Jay Christopher Folk Jr.; and John Barrett Folk; three great grandchildren: Hunter R. Speece, Laila N. Gehris and Jerome M. Gehris; and six siblings: Robert, husband of Norma (Saver) Oswald; Patricia, wife of Kenneth Templine; Barbara McDonald; Julie, wife of Michael Warhola; Carla Oswald Reed, partner of Diana Balboni; and James Oswald, husband of Jane Nelson. Funeral service and interment will be private. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to the Giles Yeckley Funeral Home and Crematorium, Inc., of Mohnton.