Those of you who knew Susan Miracle would describe her personality as vibrant, humorous, and enthusiastic about everything in life. She was born as Janet Susan Cook, born in Greeley Colorado, and raised in Grand Junction where she lived her whole life. Susan was married to Jack Miller who she had their son Coy with, and he has been waiting for her to come home to heaven with him. Coy had a son and his name is Michael. She later married Darrell Miracle in which she had Krenda and Jerod with.
Susan was a wonderful, loving wife and mother. She had a beautiful granddaughter Named Teirsa, and she had 3 great grand children, Ashlyn, Bailey, and Connor, whom she adored. She gave everything she had and always made time for her loved ones, despite coming down with rheumatoid arthritis and it crippling her, she tried to be strong for everyone. She was the kindest, sweetest person I know and had the biggest heart. She was so giving to anyone in need. She especially loved children and had the funnest, most creative ways of teaching them how to do things.
In Susan’sbought, she loved horses, sketching horses, and riding horses. Basically anything horses. Her dad had bought her a horse and the family named it “Family Horse” because all the family would have to chase it, just so Susan could ride it. Susan loved going to Glenwood Springs And visiting her grandparents when she was younger and spent a lot of time walking on trails. Susan was always a clean freak and living in a home with lots of siblings, you can imagine the house wasn’t always clean, but it was if Susan had anything to do with it. I’ve heard that you could even eat off of her floors. Even when she was in too much pain to clean her own house, she still made sure she could find a way to keep it clean. Any time us kids helped, she was just so thankful. Her kind spirit kept me coming back for more. I honestly had the most fun just spending time with her. It didn’t matter if we were cleaning, baking cookies, or watching movies. Susan loved to bake and cook and when she was young, and I was told she made the best German Chocolate cake. I believe it, because even though she couldn't use the spatula or spoons very well, or even hold a bowl, she would tell us kids how to do things and I became an amazing cook because of it.
Susan had a love for birds and animals of all kinds and wasn’t scared of helping wild ones either. She also helped homeless people and looked for the best in everyone. Sometimes she was so outspoken and courageous though, that you couldn’t help but laugh. In the past years, Susan really blossomed into a social butterfly and reached out to everyone she could.
I know she was in so much pain, but we will miss her so much! Thank God she went peacefully in her sleep and she is probably riding horses now and running along beautiful river trails filled with wild flowers and birds in Heaven.