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Sue Ann Anderchin
January 19, 1935 ~ October 22, 2023 (age 88) 88 Years Old
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We will gather to celebrate the beautiful life of Sue Anderchin, a remarkable soul who touched the hearts of everyone she met. Sue was born on January 19, 1935, in the serene landscapes of Blair County, Pennsylvania, to her loving parents, Vernon and Ada Miles. She shared her childhood with her cherished brothers, John and Thomas, who have since joined her in eternal rest.
On June 9, 1956, Sue married her high school sweetheart, Richard Anderchin. Their journey together led them to Colorado, as Richard's military service called them to new horizons. Here, they lovingly nurtured their family, which became the center of Sue's world. Her legacy lives on through her devoted daughters, Debi Haning (husband Tom) and Donna Jacobsen (husband Mark), as well as her grandsons, Matt and Adam Tiffin (wife Tori), and her treasured great-grandson, Michael. Family was Sue's greatest pride and joy, and her love for them knew no bounds.
As her daughters grew and began their own journeys, Sue embarked on a fulfilling career as a dental assistant. She later found purpose and happiness in volunteering at the Aurora Medical Center, where her compassionate spirit shone brightly.
Sue and Richard's love story endured for an incredible 67 years. Though Richard passed away just five months before her, their love remains an enduring testament to a bond unbreakable and everlasting.
Sue had a heart full of love and a voice that could fill any room when signing in the church choir. Her baking skills were renowned, as she lovingly baked treats that awaited her family's return each night, filling their homes with warmth and comfort. And her devotion to "her teams," the Denver Broncos and Penn State, was unwavering, lighting up her days as she cheered for them on television.
We will gather to celebrate Sue's extraordinary life with a Funeral service at Ft. Logan National Cemetery on October 31, 2023, at 10:00 a.m. We extend an invitation to all who knew and loved Sue to join us in honoring her memory and the profound impact she had on all of our lives.
In the spirit of continuing Sue's legacy of kindness and compassion, the family kindly requests that, in lieu of flowers, donations be made to a charity of your choice in her memory. Sue Anderchin's love and light will forever shine brightly in our hearts, and her memory will be cherished eternally.