Susan Kay Ashleman

 

Susan Kay Ashleman

Susan Kay Ashleman

October 18,1954-November 3, 2013

Susan K. Ashleman of McGill, Nevada passed away November 3, 2013. She was born on October 18, 1954 in Nebraska City, Nebraska. She grew up in the Midwest, before she moved with her family to Las Vegas, Nevada when she was 10 years old. She attended Western High School in Las Vegas, where she was very active in drama and debate until she graduated in 1972. She attended the University of Nevada at Reno. She returned to Las Vegas where she worked for several years as an insurance agent for SUSAN KAY ASHLEMAN. She was a resident of Ely, Nevada for many years before moving to McGill, Nevada.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Connie Ashleman of Las Vegas, Nevada and her brother, Thomas Ashleman of Fort Hays, Kansas.

Susan is survived by her two daughters, Hayley Lingle Allred of McGill, Nevada and Liz White of Elko, Nevada. Also, her grandchildren, Drew Perry of Bend, Oregon and Michael Logan of Cedar City, Utah, her father, Ivan R. Ashleman, Sr. of Las Vegas, her brothers, Renny Ashleman of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico and Scott Ashleman of Lemoore, California and her sister, Patti Hawkins of Morgan Hill, California.

Susan’s greatest joys in life were spending time with her family and friends, reading and gardening.
Her memorial service was held in Las Vegas, Nevada.

“For nothing loved is ever lost, and she was loved so much.”

Comments

  1. Lorraine Johnson says:

    I am so sad to hear about Susan. I will always remember her wonderful laugh, her great sense of style and her kindness. My thoughts and prayers to all of you, especially her beautiful daughters; Hayley and Liz.
    Lorraine

  2. Patti Hawkins says:

    Obituary Correction: The insurance company Susan worked for was NASE, (National Association for the Salf-Employed) NOT “Susan Ashleman”.

  3. Patti Hawkins says:

    Hello Lorraine Johnson, this is Susan’s sister, Patti…Susan always remembered you fondly, as well. Thank you for your kind comments.

  4. Barb Johnson says:

    I remember stirring up trouble with Susan when we were kids in Omaha. She also taught me what a salad spinner was when she came to my home when I was in the Navy in San Diego. She was a sweetheart.

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