An educator for more than 40 years, she was known widely for her work in the field of creativity.
She received a master's degree from the School of Eduation in 1968.
She was the widow of John Knauff, who taught for many years at St. Thomas.
He was the brother of David Rodbourne, Center for Ethical Business Cultures.
He was the father of St. Thomas junior Albert Okaba Kertho.
He was the father of Mark Thometz, manager of Dining Services on the university's Minneapolis campus.
He was the father of Carolyn Latimer, a first-year School of Law student.
He was the husband of Barbara Tigan, Development Office, and the father of several graduates of the University of St. Thomas.
A longtime member of the Opus College of Business faculty, Susan died Tuesday. Visitation is Thursday afternoon and the funeral is at St. Thomas Friday morning.
She was the niece of Deb Bombardo, Health Services, and cousin of Tony Bombardo '09.
The 1946 graduate taught St. Thomas' first courses in social work.
She was the mother of Brenda Gruber, Physical Plant.
He was the father of Dr. John Olson, chair of the Department of Operations and Supply Chain Management.
She was the aunt of Carolyn Edwards, Information Resources and Technologies, and the mother of two graduates of the University of St. Thomas.
He was the father of Father J. Michael Byron, St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity.
He was the grandfather of Judd Berthiaume '03, Information Resources and Technologies.
She was the mother-in-law of Denise Dieffenbach, director of Multicultural Student Services.
He was the nephew of Paula St. Germain, Child Development Center.
He was chair of the St. Thomas Department of Health and Human Performance; he died Saturday after a fall from his roof while shoveling snow.
She was the mother of Dr. Brenda Kroschel, Mathematics Department.
She was the grandmother of two St. Thomas graduates and three current St. Thomas students.
St. Thomas sophomore Michael Larson died on Saturday, Dec. 11, in a house fire. He was 20 years old.
He taught business administration at St. Thomas for 25 years. He was 94.
She was the mother of Patricia (Paddy) Satzer, associate director for technical services in the Schoenecker Law Library; wife of William '48; and mother of William Jr. '70.