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Susan M. Middleton-Skarin
July 15, 1960 ~ June 9, 2022 (age 61) 61 Years Old
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Susan Marie Middleton–Skarin, 61, of Cambridge, passed away Thursday, June 9, 2022 at Meeker Manor Rehabilitation Center comforted by Moments Hospice.
Susan was born July 15, 1960 and grew up between Edina and Crosby, MN. Susan endured many struggles throughout her life; yet, her legacy is best defined by her strength, resilience, wit, and above all, her steadfast desire to live. She met the love of her life, Kenny, in her journey to sobriety. Together, Kenny and Susan fostered four children: Dane, Kim, Mike and Jenny, beginning as young children through their teenage years.
Susan is best remembered for her passion and care for animals, her faith and love of angels, and her exceptional sweet tooth. Susan maintained a hobby farm with horses, goats and geese; though she also took in every stray dog, cat, raccoon, duck, or pig that came her way. As the proud wife of Kenny, who was a member of X Winos Motorcycle Club, Susan enjoyed day-long rides with her husband on his bike. She also loved to ride her horses, and she took great pleasure in spending time with her family and friends.
Susan was preceded in death by her husband Kenneth Skarin; father Dr. William David Middleton; mother Mary Gans Middleton; and sister Lisa Marie Middleton.
Susan is survived by daughter, Beth (Chad) Satrom, sisters and brother-in-law, Mari (Bill) Orke, Melissa Middleton (Dean), William Middleton (Kristin), grandsons (Ben and Zach) Satrom, and eight nieces and nephews.
A private ceremony will be held to honor Susan’s life. In lieu of flowers, we ask that you support resources for mental health and addiction.