Susan “Susie” Morris

August 17, 1960 - May 30, 2019

Susan “Susie” Sosalla Morris of Whitehall passed away on May 30, 2019 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Rochester, surrounded by her family. She was born August 17, 1960 to Ray and Edna (Ibsen) Sosalla.
Susie graduated from Whitehall High School in 1978 and later attended the City College of Cosmetology in Eau Claire where she became a beautician. She worked at several shops in Whitehall before opening her own “Susie’s Beauty Salon” in 1990.
On May 31, 1986 she married Scott Morris at St. John’s Catholic Church in Whitehall, where she was still a member. They had two beloved sons.
Susie loved to socialize and was always happiest when spending time with family and friends. She liked cooking, boating, camping, playing euchre, going for moped and convertible rides, watching her favorite soaps and cheering on the Packers and Brewers. She will be remembered for her sense of humor and compassion for others.
She is survived by her husband, Scott and two sons: Derek and Brock (friend Emily O’Connor); her siblings: Patricia Mack, Larry (Andi) Sosalla, Dick Sosalla, and Ellyn Sosalla; sisters-in-law Sharon Sosalla, Louise Sosalla, Carolyn (Peter) Manz, and Julie Bieneck; nieces and nephews Kerri (Douglas) Rod, Kelly (David) Mattison, Kristen (Ray) Johnson, Kathryn (Michael) McNairy, David (Cora) Mack, Cheryl Sosalla, Craig (Kristin) Sosalla, Michelle Kreye Michael (Michelle) Sosalla, Amy (Steve) Morrow, Matthew (Erica) Sosalla, Kevin Sosalla, Amber (Caleb) Thom, Trevor (Katrina) Yeske, plus many great nieces and nephews, cousins and her golden retriever, Buddy.
She was preceded in death by her parents, brother Donald Sosalla, brother-in-law Conde Mack, nephew Robb Mack (surviving wife, Mary), great nephew Lucas Mack, and brother-in-law David Bieneck.
In lieu of flowers, the family prefers memorials which will be given to various charities.
Funeral services will be held Monday, June 24 at 10:00 am at St. John’s Catholic Church in Whitehall. Visitation will be Sunday, June 23 also at the church, beginning at 4:00 pm, and concluding with a prayer service at 7:45 pm, and also one hour prior to Monday’s service. Burial will be at a later date.

  1. I knew Susie quite well as hairdresser and friend.
    She was the most caring and fun lady I ever knew…
    Always a smile for everyone. Also, very good to my
    Sister Shirley and finding time for her. Thank you Susie!
    Clarice

    - Clarice Laehn

  2. I was on a bowling team with Suzie and LOVED it! Especially when we went to state bowling together…such a good time! Suzie and Carol Melby Hestekin would ride the bus from Whitehall to Eau Claire for their nights out on the town and return to Whitehall on the same bus later the same night…Suzie told me it was the best way to get out and back home safe. (no drunk driving for these two girls!) I still remember when she told me about the guy driving the bus…Scott Morris…She said “I really like this guy!!” I will always cherish her for her dry humor and her upbeat style. So much fun!! It’s cruel her life was burdened by illness…she was so proud of her boys…I will miss her…All My Sympathy…Kay Boland.

    - Kay Clipper Boland

  3. Loved loved loved Susie! Her laugh was infectious. May her memory be blessed to all of you forever.

    - Reni Mack Cook

  4. So sorry for your loss, she was a lovely person and she will be greatly missed.

    - Betsy and Jeff Paul

  5. Susie was a very sweet gal. Her laugh was infectious and she was fun to be around. I knew who she was for many years but just got to know her the last five or so years. I wish I would have known her longer and spent more time with her. She is sadly missed.

    - PattiHelgeson

  6. Her WHS Class of 1978 shares in your grief. Susie was a kind, sweet soul, with a laugh I will always remember. She never had a bad thing to say about anyone.

    - Dawn Oates Hegge

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