Susan Trapp Stern

January 1, 1951 - April 16, 2019

In Loving Memory

Dear Family, I want to extend my condolences on the passing of Susan. Pray to God for peace and comfort. He will help you to get through this difficult time because God cares for you. 1Peter 5:6,7
George, We were saddened to learn of Sue's death. She was a very special person for all of us who worked with her at PCMC. Our prayers are with you. We will be out of town all this week so are disappointed to not be there for the memorial service.
Dick & Deedee O'Brien
holladay, UT
Sue mentored me as a student NP and I loved working with Sue. Her Knowledge and dedication to the babies was amazing, and I learned so much from her. Sue has such a zest for life and such a love for George. I will miss her greatly.
Terri Olsen
I am thankful to have shared many wonderful times with Sue. She was such a caring, loving, " wizard" of a woman. She had an amazing background and contributed much to so many lives. I loved that radiant smile and her love of life she seemed to always embrace.
Patricia McCauley
sat lake city, UT
Sue was such a dear friend and neighbor at Village III. We enjoyed her company and discussions about so many different things. Having traveled to similar places and having read similar books we shared many stories and ideas. We had a wonderful time in the pool during water fitness and she never failed to make me laugh. She was smart, thoughtful, kind; just an amazing woman. I will miss her very much.
Dini and Marcelo Droguett
murray, UT
I was honored to work with Sue as a novice and experienced NNP. She had such an impact on her babies, their families and all of us who were priveleged to know her. My deepest sympathies on her passing, she will be greatly missed.
Joanna Johnson
salt lake , UT
I am so sorry to hear about Sue's passing. She was a great presence in every meeting we ever had. I've never know such a brilliant mind. Sue was kind, thoughtful and extremely considerate of her friends and neighbors. She was also very informed about plants, clouds, and everyday living. She made us all laugh and we had a wonderful comradery at Village III. We especially liked our time at the pool. All the wonderful things she would give advice on and the interesting lectures on everyday things I took for granted. The best part was her sweet smile. I will sorely miss her and I can't imagine the heartache left behind with George. My condolences.... She will be missed.
Susan Bailess
salt lake city, UT
With sadness I receive this news. I had the opportunity to work with sue in the NICU at the University. I respected her work ethic and her passion but mostly her unique sense of humor!!! She could always make me laugh.
Laurie vonderahe
park city, UT
I had the privilege to live in the same condo community with Sue attending different parties and condo functions. Worked with Sue and other neighbors planning summer plants for condo grounds. She will be missed.
Nancy Cuetus
murray , UT
Tom and I have such fond memories of Sue's incredible vocabulary and her Eleanor Roosevelt impersonations. She is a remarkable soul that is sorely missed. We are so sorry for your loss.
Kathy Heffron
summit park, UT
To Susan Stern’s family and friends, I’m so terribly sorry for your loss. I can only how you must feel. I have personally found comfort in scriptures like Job 14:14,15 which remind me that God cares so deeply for us that he yearns for the day when he will bring us back to life (John 5:28, 29). I hope that these words bring you comfort as well.
Jennifer Ugarte
with deepest condolences. Sue was a remarkable women who made a positive impact on very life she touched from the youngest babies, children, parents, friends and colleagues. Sue will be greatly missed.
Tracy Karp
salt lake city, UT