Susan Jean Oliver

December 31, 1955 ~ April 9, 2021


April 15, 2021
6:00 PM
Celebration of Life Open House, 6:00 - 8:00 pm LeJardin at The Rose Shop, 1910 East Dimple Dell Road, Sandy, UT

On April 9, 2021, our beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and daughter, Susan Jean Campbell Oliver, returned to our Heavenly Father at age 65, passing suddenly from medical complications.

Susan was born on New Year’s Eve and captured and displayed much of that passion for fun and excitement throughout her life. She graduated from Jordan High School in1974 and married her high school sweetheart, Craig Oliver, on August 12, 1977. She was a staple figure in banking with most of her career being with Draper Bank & Trust from 1974-2005, which was by then purchased by Zions Bank. In conjunction with her career, she was also an avid champion and advocate for Women in Banking & Finance (WiBF), aimed at increasing women’s leadership in the finance sector. Susan was known for her kind and loving demeanor and her amazing ability to work with people. She had a huge heart and cherished the smallest of reasons to laugh…and you could always pick her laugh out of a crowd!

Craig and Susan have been married for 44 years and had two sons. Their close relationship led to decades full of outdoor adventures to their favorite camping spots, riding ATV’s and enjoying their growing family. She loved spending time with Craig and family going out to eat. For her, not so much eating, but cutting and moving food around her plate! However, she loved socializing nonetheless.

Susan is survived by her loving husband Craig Oliver, son Jace Oliver (Jennifer), son Tyler Oliver (Celesta), and 8 grandchildren. She is also survived by her mother Jeanne Pearson, sister Cheri Hubrich (Randy), and brother Terry Campbell. Preceded in death by her father Duane Campbell.

Please join us for a Celebration of Life open house on Thursday, April 15, 2021 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm at LeJardin at the Rose Shop, 1910 East Dimple Dell Road (10600 South), Sandy, Utah. Please share a favorite memory or condolence with the family at


Susan was a childhood friend. We was always together playing barbies sleeping over and many camping trips with her family. I fell so lucky to have had her as a best friend. Was shocked and saddened. My god bless her family and help them through this hard time. RIP my best friend. Kathy.

- Kathy Maxfield Mickelsen
Sorry She was a great lady If you need a shoulder I'm here OB

What a vibrant loving person my Aunt Susan was. I am fortunate to have many found memories of our families camping together through my youth in the Uintas. Sue always made everyone feel at ease and happy. I will miss her radiant energy, her beautiful scruffy voice, and her sincere attitude. Love and hugs to you, uncle Craig, Jace, Tyler and your families.

- Ali Oliver
I knew Susan in school. She was always so nice and friendly. I'm so sorry for your loss. Linda Yengich May

- Linda Yengich May
We never lose the people we love, even in passing. They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we make. May her love leave an indelible imprint in your memory. My sincere condolences.

- Michael Breeze
Our love and prayers be with you. Rick and Char

- Rick Poulsen
Dear family, the news about Susan was very shocking and awful and our hearts are very saddened and heavy with grief. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

- Rick poulsen