Kristi Sukraw, 55 - August 19, 2009
Kristi Kae Sukraw, 55, of Maxwell died Saturday, Aug. 15, 2009, at her home.
Services will be held on Sunday Aug. 23, at 2 p.m. at the Brady Community Church with the Rev. Robert Litzenberger officiating. Inurnment will be held at a later date. Those attending the event are invited to the Sukraw home following services.
Sukraw was born Nov. 30, 1953, to Richard and Barbara Gutherless of Brady.
She graduated from Brady Public Schools in 1973 and attended North Platte Community College receiving her secretarial certificate.
In 1975, she married Rick Anderson. To this union, two boys were born. The couple resided at Lake McConaughy.
She was united in marriage to Lewey Sukraw in 1988. The couple moved to Jeffrey Lake at Brady where they lived until relocating to Deer Haven near Maxwell.
Sukraw worked as a licensed realtor for Gateway Realty of North Platte and for Gothenburg Realty until the time of her death.
Her love of life showed in her devotion to her family and friends, who she enjoyed hosting parties for as well as enjoying slow boat rides, canoeing on the river, turkey hunting in the hills, sewing and decorating, according to family members
Sukraw was preceded in death by her grandparents.
Survivors include: her husband, Lewey; her sons—Riley (Cinta) and Lucas (Brandi); step-daughters—Shana (Tom) and Tracy; six grandchildren—Lathon, Joseph, Cameron, Brylee, Kloey, Hayden and Scotty; her mother and father, Richard and Barbara; two brothers—Rick (Sue) and Scot (Karen); a sister, Susan (Bob); numerous nieces, nephews and other family members.
In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to the Brady Community Church and the Mid-Nebraska Community Foundation for a scholarship in her name.
Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.adamsswanson.com.
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