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Saturday, June 24, 2023
Starts at 11:00 am (Mountain time)
Susan Marie Feiler (Bialy), age 58, of Parker, CO, passed away on Monday, June 19, 2023 at Sky Ridge Hospital in Lone Tree. Susan was born on May 16, 1965 in Detroit, MI to Carl and Barbara (Smiley) Bialy.
Sue had an infectious smile that always lit up the room, and she left everywhere she went a little brighter than she found it. She loved to travel and see new places, from Germany to Hawaii, she left her mark. She was a passionate painter, and loved to sit at Daniels Park and stare at the mountains until she was inspired to paint exactly what she was feeling. Sue loved to scrapbook, and make sure the memories she made were never forgotten. She would take off to the Rocky Mountains for short stints so she could be better focus on just how to preserve her stories.
Sue’s family was first and foremost in her life. She gave everything she had to make sure each person was well taken care of. She was the mother to Jessica (fiancé Will Fyke), Maxim, and Masha. She is survived by her brother Brad, and her sister Vicki (Dan Ellis), the father of her children, John Feiler (Danielle Taylor), her Uncle Richard Smiley (Diane Smiley), her Aunt Judy Bialy, nieces, nephews, and numerous cousins. She was preceded in death by her parents Carl and Barbara (Smiley) Bialy.
Sue was an avid animal lover, she leaves behind Moe Moe and Oliver, who were more to her than just pets. Sue had deep Michigan roots where she nurtured friendships from childhood and throughout her adult life. She was surrounded by family and numerous friends when she passed. Sue always looked to create new bonds with people who loved and lived like she did – with her whole heart. Please join us at Two Penguins located at 13065 E. Briarwood Ave, Centennial CO 80112 On Saturday, June 24 at 11am for a brief memorial service and to celebrate Susan and the life she lived!
Flowers may be sent to 2642 Danbury Lane, Highlands Ranch CO 80126, or you may like to make a donation to the Denver Dumb Friends League to honor Sue’s love for animals.