In Memory of Susan A. Hartl

Visitation

10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Friday, March 24, 2017 at the Bethel Lutheran Church in Hudson, WI

Services

11:00 a.m. Friday, March 24, 2017 at the Bethel Lutheran Church in Hudson, WI

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Susan Hartl, age 66 of Flagler Beach, FL, formerly of North Hudson, WI, passed away unexpectedly on March 16, 2017 in Star Prairie, WI.

Sue was born October 24, 1950 in Thorp, WI. She was the youngest of 10 children for Edward and Christina (Petersen) Zarada. She grew up in Thorp and graduated from Thorp High School. After high school she went on to marry the love of her life, Floyd “Bud” Hartl, on November 26, 1968. The couple were married for 46 years, and blessed with three sons. Together they owned and operated St. Paul Tire, Inc. from 1991 to 2012, before retiring to Flagler Beach, FL.

Family was very important to Sue and she cherished hers. She adored all of her grandchildren and relished in spending time with them. Sue was extremely outgoing and was always making new friends. She loved traveling and found relaxation while sitting at the beach. Sue was a member of Bethel Lutheran Church, Hudson, WI.

Sue is survived by her sons; Chad (Belinda), David (Dawn) and Matt (Lisa); grandchildren; Amanda, Jenna, Michelle, Kayla, Ty, Thomas, Rebecca and Jonathon; great-granddaughter, Susan; siblings, Gerry Karlen, Ellen Arreguin, Irene Chronister, Dick Zarada, Bob Zarada, Frank Zarada, and John Zarada; sisters-in-law, Bonita Sperling, Ruth Mitchell and Judy Hartl; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. She is preceded in death by her husband, Floyd “Bud”, daughter, Jill; her parents; and siblings, Tom Zarada and Edith Sprick.

A Memorial Service will be held Friday, March 24, 2017 at 11:00 am at the Bethel Lutheran Church - Downtown Campus, 920 3rd Street, Hudson, WI. Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service on Friday at the church. Private interment at Willow River Cemetery. Memorials preferred.

Susan A. Hartl's Tribute Wall

Tributes (5):

  1. Suzy was my Aunt but a year younger, so I never really thought of her as an Aunt but more of a sister and friend. We spend time together growing up in the summer when my family would visit the area, still remember the good times. Suzy was always so full of life, enjoying most everything. When we got older we raised our families than started celebrating our birthdays in October, getting together for what we called the month of Sue and Linda. I’ll miss those outings.
    My pastor said “the healthiest relationships look out for the other person in all realms” this was so Suzy. She looked after so many, family and friends. I’m going to miss you Aunt Suzy I’ll drink a toast (rum and diet coke) to you on our birthday’s until we can celebrate together again.
    To her family and friends May God enbrace you with his comforting arms during this difficult time. Love to all, Linda

  2. I love you grandma always well. you are my hero, the one person I always looked up too. I will always remember how grandpa called me little Susie. he always said I was just like you. I am going to miss the wonderful loving grandma that you are, say hi to grandpa for me. I love you so much..

    love your Jenna *hug* *kisses*

  3. My world has lost a very amazing women who has been through so much with me during my life. My Aunt my friend I will miss you.

  4. Aunt Suzie will be missed by many. I am grateful to have experienced her love, kindness and joy of life. Many happy memories.

  5. You were always full on joy and I have great memories of my Aunt. She left us too soon and will be missed by so many. Thoughts and prayers to her family.