Susan Wehrenberg

Susan Jane Wehrenberg

October 28, 1950 - May 20, 2021
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Susan Jane (Baker) Wehrenberg
October 28, 1950 to May 20, 2021
Born in Pawnee, Oklahoma to Rev. H.Ray and Ernestine Baker. The third of their 4 children.
Being the daughter ofa Methodist minister, Susan lived in the communities where herfatherpastored during her early years. Beginning at Pawnee, then moving to Sand Springs, OK. and on to Las Vegas, NM, Monahans, TX, Putnam City, OK and Midwest City, OK. She graduated high schoolfrom Midwest City and attended one year of college at Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, AR. She then moved back to continue her college at Central State University in Edmond, OK.

She completed an Associates ofBusiness while at Central State University.
Also, at Central State, at the Wesley Foundation, she met Edward Wehrenberg (Ed) and after almost 2 years ofcourtship they were married on August 13, 1972 at Wickline UMC in Midwest City by herfather, H.R Baker and assisted by her Grandfather (also a Methodist minister) Rev. Oscar Evanson.
She began workfor the Oklahoma Dept of Correction release center while Ed completed his degree and they moved to Loyal, OK to begin dairy and farming operations in January of 1974 until 1987.

During those years, she gave birth to two boys, Martin and Michael. Then, the family moved to Marshfield, MO and the sons completed high school there during those 7years.
Ed was offered a promotion from the insurance company he was with which came with a move to Colorado and Ed and Susie moved to Greeley,
CO in October of1995. She once again went to college and earned an Associates ofAccounting Degree in Greeley and began working as an accountant. She completed 15 years of work at the University ofNorthern Colorado and retired as the Head Cashier in June of2020.

She is preceded by her parents, Rev. H. Ray and Ernestine Baker and sister Theresa Greear and uncle Wendell (Wendy) Evanson.
She is survived by her husband, Ed Wehrenberg, who remains in Greeley, CO; son Martin and spouse Melindafrom Wesóvood, KS; son Michael and spouse Valerie along with their twin children, Taylor and Zachary from Springfield, MO.
Family remaining are brother, Ron Baker and wife Beverly Baker; sister, Mary Moon and husband John Moon.
Nephews include Jack Moon, Dale Glazier, Stacy Glazier, Kyle Glazier, Kevin Littlefield, Brian Littlefield, Erich Wehrenberg.
Nieces include Lara Greear, Cindy Greear, Meredith Moon and Amy Baker.
Also, remaining is one aunt, Lydia Evanson ofArkadelphia, AR her children Lori and Kirk and theirfamilies.
Many otherfamily members, friends and co-workersfrom all the places she lived her life and worked through the years.

She requested no funeral services and she has always thought of wanting people to remember her as she lived and was active in life! Her remains will be cremated and ashes spread on a mountain top near Red River, NM where she loved vacationing with herfamily in younger years.
Family has asked that instead offlowers, that everyone make a gift to your local hospice. Hospice has been an invaluable asset in this family's time ofneed and needs all thefinancial supportpeople can give when they can.
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