ForeverMissed
Sue's Memorial Service will be over Zoom on Sunday, May 16 at 2:00 Eastern time. The link to join the service is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81733911354
Posted by Claudia Magill on May 16, 2021
Sue lived and well knew the Greatness of life. I share a song for/about her.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55OA3OGxgrA


Posted by Kathleen Johnson on May 16, 2021
Sue was an accomplished artist. Here is her art photography blog with beautiful photos she took. Enjoy!

https://www.flickr.com/photos/33040175@N04/
Posted by Sandra Crowe on May 12, 2021
Stan and I have so many fond memories of you and your wonderful family. What a great life you had with them, generously shared with your friends. We will hold you and Friday in our hearts forever, dear beautiful Sue.
Posted by Jan Shaw on May 6, 2021
Our dear, precious, enlightened Sue,
We will miss your divine, lovely presence in so many ways. It was always a delight to see your shining face, whether over the lunch table, at the market or the Maharishi Vedic Pandit yagyas. Your forever friendly, sweet, loving Self will be remembered with great appreciation and much love. Your light and bliss fill our hearts now, as you float on that highest of heavenly plateaus. Love and Jai Guru Dev
Posted by Teri Tucker on May 6, 2021
All love to you, dear Sue, beautiful soul. Wishing you divine love and bliss always.
Posted by Kathleen Johnson on April 23, 2021
To Sue, our dear friend,
Your beauty is eternal, your life a tribute to your goodness, your laughter a window to your soul, and your devotion a blessing to the world. You have touched so many of us with your kindness and love. We will miss you terribly. But life goes on and we know you are in the perfect place of pure bliss and divinity. May the light you shared forever light the world.
We love you so much, dear Sue. 

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Posted by Claudia Magill on May 16, 2021
Sue lived and well knew the Greatness of life. I share a song for/about her.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55OA3OGxgrA


Posted by Kathleen Johnson on May 16, 2021
Sue was an accomplished artist. Here is her art photography blog with beautiful photos she took. Enjoy!

https://www.flickr.com/photos/33040175@N04/
Posted by Sandra Crowe on May 12, 2021
Stan and I have so many fond memories of you and your wonderful family. What a great life you had with them, generously shared with your friends. We will hold you and Friday in our hearts forever, dear beautiful Sue.
her Life

Sue Huss

Carol Susan Huss grew up as a "straight A" student in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois.  Her parents were both renowned physicians in Chicago, though for a time her mother ("MH") stayed home to take care of Sue; her brother, Brad; and her sister, Sally ("Friday") as they were growing up.

Sue attended the University of California at Berkeley and majored in art history.  It was there that she learned the Transcendental Meditation technique and soon went to Poland Springs in Maine and to Estes Park, high up in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, to study with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi to become a TM teacher and a pioneer in the development of consciousness for the world..  At the end of the Teacher Training Course Maharishi told Sue that it would be good for her to finish her degree, so she returned to Berkeley and graduated with a BA in Art History.

After finishing her degree, Sue opened the first TM center in Chicago and served as center chairman.  In this capacity she taught hundreds of people to transcend, giving them the gift of inner silence, peace, and happiness.  While on an advanced TM course in Switzerland, Sue was one of the first to learn a special advanced technique of the TM Sidhi program that was  personally taught by Maharishi.

On returning to the United States, Sue held many positions in the TM organization including teaching TM in Orange County, California; working at the national administrative offices in South Fallsburg, New York, and serving as coordinator for the Maharishi Jyotish office in Fairfield, Iowa.  

Sue also worked in the real estate business in Temecula, California.  Her largest sale was a mountain (!) sold to an investor.  In addition she worked for an investment company as administrative staff.

A big part of Sue’s life was Lake Geneva in Wisconsin where her family has a lake house.  Every summer Sue joined her family for waterskiing and summer fun.  Several of Sue and Sally’s TM friends stayed at the lake house for extended periods joining in the fun.

An avid photographer, Sue's portfolio includes beautiful photographs of religious art from the National Gallery in Washington, DC as well as nature photos.

Sue is survived by her brother, Brad Huss; sister-in-law, Charity Huss; her nephews  Alister, Leland, and Harrison; and her grand-nephews Henry and Charlie.


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Memories of Sue and family

Shared by Sally Van Buren on July 23, 2021
I had the best job in the world, babysitting the Huss children during my college years in the early 60s. Today, we'd call that a Nanny, but then I was a babysitter. I have wonderful memories of Lake Geneva, water skiing, getting donuts from Fontana, sailing, going for ice cream, and generally, loving my experiences with these three great kids and their parents. I am saddened her hear of Sue's death and I hold her and her brother in my heart. 

Sally Shipman Pitt Van Buren

My Aunt Sue

Shared by Harrison Huss on May 16, 2021
As her nephew I have known Sue all my life. She was always Q to everyone in my family, but I knew her as my Aunt Sue and she had a very profound impact on my life as I mentioned during the service. As I said she expanded my horizons on knowing what freedom was and the will to explore at a very young age. A quote I love that is very Sue is "Jump into the Unknown." I try to live my life in that way and I believe it was very much influenced by Sue and how she lived her life. A friend recently said to me "You know the world is opening back up when Harry is once again constantly on the move" which is once again very much Sue, and I know the seed for the love of travel and adventure I got from Sue. Even more than that though is her impact on my personality. I was about 4 years old when she sat me down and had me watch the movie "The Blues Brothers", and when I tell people if they want to know who I am and what I'm like I tell them to just watch that movie because its so very much me. So thank you Q for having an incredible impact on my life, my personality, and my being. Miss you and love you.

Sue's Puja the Night of my Mother's Death

Shared by Jim Beauchamp on May 15, 2021
Monday
"I did a Puja last night and before I did it, when I was walking home from the hospital, I had an idea to do it for your Mom.
When I got home I was so tired from a rough day at the hospital that I sat down in front of the TV and watched a movie for a little while. Then I got up and started to slowly assemble the ingredients - the fruit and flowers and handkerchief. etc, - for the puja but slowly as if I intended to do it tomorrow morning. I was pretty dull and tired and discouraged.
Then all of a sudden my mind just sort of lighted up - really filled up - with energy and light. I had the feeling, the concrete and distinct feeling, your Mom knew I was doing a puja for her. It was as if she were there. I can't explain it. It was a very sudden and powerful feeling. It was so utterly unexpected. I completely changed - just spontaneously. I was no longer tired but very alert and eager and energetic and I quickly got ready for puja and did it. It seemed to be powerful, very powerful - sattwic - very enlivening during the puja and afterwards when I was done. "
The next day she added: "The puja story is - well -extraordinary. It was so vivid. Your Mom. I was very startled. It wasn't a feeling, it wasn't a presence. It was like infinite correlation but it was very definitely your Mom. I was very startled. And I quickly rushed to do the puja - a very nice puja with beautiful red carnations - that she seemed to know I intended for her."