Susan Elaine Voisin

Susan Elaine Voisin

January 6, 1946 – September 30, 2020

Susan Elaine Voisin passed peacefully, surrounded by her loving family after her battle with Covid 19 on September 30, 2020. She was born in Mount Pleasant, Michigan and relocated to Omaha, Nebraska in 1974. Sue met the love of her life, Mick Voisin, in junior high school, and were happily married for 55 years. Sue worked in retail, including Yonkers and Borsheims, up until her retirement which gave her the opportunity to spread her joyous personality to customers and co-workers. She was a devoted friend and shared her passions with the people she cared for most. Sue continuously provided undeniable love and support to her family, a staple of her long and successful life.

Sue enjoyed traveling to Colorado to see her daughters and grandsons; watching her granddaughter, Kate, play softball; sharing stories with her bridge and knit clubs; and spending time with her close friends in Omaha. She also took regular sister trips around the United States: Vermont, Washington D.C., Yellowstone and the Black Hills. She stayed very active with her family back in Michigan, and would plan trips a few times every year.

Sue is survived by her husband, Mick; her daughters, Michelle and Jane; her son, Jim and his wife, Tammy; and her cherished grandchildren: Cole, Kate, and Aiden. She is also survived by her siblings: Jean, Ruth Anne, Jim and Bob; nieces, nephews, and friends.

VISITATION following CDC guidelines: Sunday, October 4th from 11am to 12:45pm, at the West Center Chapel followed by MEMORIAL SERVICE at 12:45pm followed by a reception.  Memorials will be directed by the family.

To view a live broadcast of the Visitation and Memorial Service, go to and click the “View Live Service” button on the homepage.



  • Anne Grasso (Minnich) Posted October 1, 2020 4:11 pm

    The joy Susan brought to so many lives will not be forgotten.. She was always very kind to me and I will never forget the way her smile and laughter illuminated every room she entered.. My heart goes out to her beautiful family.

  • Susan Schedel Posted October 1, 2020 5:15 pm

    My Aunt Susan was a very special person to me growing up, as well as on my wedding day and beyond. She always brought a smile to the room, helpful beyond expectations, funny and a fellow Susan in a world of few these days. I’ll do my best to carry on her namesake and will miss her wit and smile.

  • Elisa Blazek Posted October 1, 2020 7:50 pm

    Mick, Jane, Michelle and Jim, Perry and I are so saddened to hear about Sue. She was the best and will be missed by all . There must have been a huge sale up in heaven that she needed to go to! All the of you are in our thoughts and prayers. Elisa Blazek and Perry Wiseman

  • Tim Seretta Posted October 2, 2020 6:36 am

    Sending my deepest sympathy to the entire Voisin family. Sorry for your loss and may warm memories bring you peace.

  • Kati Settles Posted October 2, 2020 7:54 am

    This is such a lovely photo and remembrance of Sue’s life. All of us at Central Office are thinking of you, Voisin Family. Wishing you much peace during this difficult time.

  • Veniece A Dvorak Posted October 2, 2020 8:12 am

    Sending comforting prayers to you all. So very sorry for this great loss. May the memories and love you all share comfort you during this most difficult time. Deepest sympathy, Veniece and Bob Dvorak

  • Kate and Jim Mellon Posted October 2, 2020 2:37 pm

    Dear Mick and family—May memories of all of the laughs and wonderful times with very dear Susie give all of you comfort and peace. With love and sympathy, Jim and Kate Mellon

  • Pat Pogreba Posted October 2, 2020 4:50 pm

    So very sorry to hear of Sue’s passing. I have many great memories of playing cards and bunco with her years ago. May she rest in peace and may your family be blessed with strength during this difficult time.

  • Melissa York Posted October 2, 2020 5:48 pm

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Aunt Susie was a wonderful person. Such a caring and gentle soul.

  • Dorothy Weeks and Family Posted October 3, 2020 9:34 am

    We are sorry for your loss. Sue was such a wonderful friend. Many fond memories. Our prayers are with you, Mick and family.

  • John Walker Posted October 4, 2020 10:04 am

    Loved my Aunt Susan, she was always there for all of us.

  • K GOODIN Posted October 4, 2020 10:08 am

    It is with great sadness that I write this today. My condolences to the Voisin’s and their extended family. I remember her as being talented in arts and crafts always friendly, smiling and laughing, with plenty of family around. It’s true…she could light up a room! Aunt Susan was everyone’s Aunt! She will be missed and thought of with great fondness.

  • Vicki Kozol Posted October 4, 2020 10:23 am

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  • Debbie pitt stoney Posted October 4, 2020 10:43 am

    My thoughts and prayers to Sue’s family and friends, She brought joy and humor to every situation, she will be missed by all who knew her.

  • JERRY TOMASZKIEWICZ Posted October 4, 2020 11:38 am

    To .the Family condolences from Mr. & Mrs Jerry Tomaszkiewicz . Our prayers are With Your Famiy

  • Cheryl Czapla Posted October 4, 2020 12:33 pm

    To all of Sue’s family, I’m so sorry for your loss. Sue’s passing is a loss to so many. I worked with Sue at Borsheims, and I loved having her around…she brightened up every day she was there! I am lucky to have a scarf she knitted and her Sue’s Big Dipper cookbook! Wishing you all peace, Cheryl Czapla

  • Kathleen M. Walker Posted October 4, 2020 12:57 pm

    Farewell Aunt Susan. Gone, but never to be forgotten.

  • Donna German Posted October 4, 2020 2:40 pm

    I am so very sorry for your loss. I remember all the wonderful times we had when our sons played baseball and we travelled with them. Wonderful memories. Sue was such a happy person with that beautiful smile and twinkling eyes. I was one of the many people who received a gift from her. She made a beautiful little light blue bench for me. I display it every Easter! We were unable to be at the Memorial Service today but we watched it and it was so beautiful! Michelle’s tribute to her Mom was sweet and her grandson Cole was wonderful. Jane’s poem about her Mom was beautiful. I know this is a very difficult time for all of you and I am thinking of you.

  • Jane Eldred Posted October 4, 2020 3:20 pm

    So sorry about your wife/moms very sad death. So hard to reconcile a death – in 2020 caused by flu. I am a friend of Susan’s sister Jean and we are grieving with her. May Susan Rest In Peace 🙏🙏😢

  • Aunt Hedda Posted October 4, 2020 5:37 pm

    She set the bar for Aunts, and created “Aunt Hedda,” one of the best things in my life. Hugs to my cousin’s, her kind children and a one of a kind uncle, who always had a warm smile. She will be with us slways,. RIP Aunt Susan. Brother Rich and I will always remember your laugh.

  • Connie Schellerer Posted October 5, 2020 6:00 am

    So sorry about your loss and keeping your family in our prayers.

  • Dillon Pringle Posted October 6, 2020 1:03 pm

    ❤ Our dearest Great Aunt Susan lost her fight against COVID. Her energy beamed with positivity. She was kind, inviting, and always interested in what you had to say. A lover of travel and the natural world. Funny and full of spunk. Generous and supportive. One of my greatest patrons, and the greatest Great Aunt a boy could ask for. Her dying wish was for everyone to go forth and VOTE this incompetent administration out, and save countless lives in the process. PLEASE TAKE COVID-19 SERIOUSLY, keep your family and friends safe, and VOTE with your conscience. ❤

  • andrew michael peterson Posted October 8, 2020 10:06 am

    Dear Jim,
    I’m sorry about your mom. She was a great baseball mom when we were playing baseball.
    I had fun with you messing around at Burke that was a ball. We had a ball. I’m sorry about your mom. Please tell your Dad hello and thank you for all the good times we had had. Sincerely, Your Friend. Drew Peterson

  • Larry Murphy Posted November 4, 2020 3:16 pm

    Once in a while someone wonderful comes into your life and such was the case for Donna and I with the Voisin Family. It was my pleasure to coach Jim in soccer for several years during his youth and we had a wonderful time with MicK and Sue during and after games. There just are not words to express how sorry Donna and I are to hear about Sue passing. I can only wish the family our prayers and wish that soon only the wonderful memories of her life become those paramount in your thoughts and the pain of her passing subsides. So sorry Jim, Mick, Jane and Michelle. The Murphys

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