Suzanne LeSueur

1950 ~ 2022

Suzanne LeSueur passed away at her home in Chaska MN on November 4th. She was born September 18, 1950 in Salt Lake City, graduated from high school in Atlanta, attended BYU, but lived most of her life in Minnesota. She is preceded in death by her parents Anna & Walter B. LeSueur and is survived by her sister and brothers Annette LeSueur, Brig LeSueur (Karen), Lohr LeSueur (Gloria).

Not having any children herself, Suzanne is also survived by many nieces and nephews who loved her. She was always known as “Aunt Suzanne”. To her nieces she gave them her beauty and sense of style. To her nephews she gave them laughter.

Suzanne worked for decades at Butterfields Flowers in Wayzata creating extraordinary “talk of town” arrangements, center pieces, and other flower based masterpieces. Flowers and dogs were her life along with anything else sweet…but her own sweetness and kindness radiated even brighter. Everyone wanted to be around this bright spot. To know Suzanne was to love her.

Suzanne will be laid to rest in Kaysville City Cemetery surrounded by many of her relatives to have gone before her. Her sweet kind soul has returned to a loving Heavenly Father who has welcomed her home. She will be missed.


Guestbook/Condolences

Suzanne. Since your passing, I have done nothing but think about our time as children. You were 4 years older than me but somehow you were always my best friend. You were always happy, always kind, always sweet, always honest, and always patient with me. I will miss your quick wit and your beautiful spirit. I know that you have been welcomed home by a loving Heavenly Father, Earthly Parents, and many others who are excited to see you again. You will always be a Bright Spot..


- Lohr

Dearest Suzanne. I will surely miss our long and funny telephone conversations over these many years. 💕 I will always remember you as the beautiful 19 year old older sister to me. God bless your sweet heart. Please give my JEB a hug hug for me. Love you honey. Gloria💋🍁🍂


- Gloria LeSueur