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Joyce Sutter, of Prior Lake, formerly of Braham, passed away on Monday, April 29, 2019 at McKenna Crossing in Prior Lake. She was 79 years old.

MEMORIAL SERVICE will be held at 3:30 p.m. on Monday, May 6, 2019 at the Braham Covenant Church with Rev. Steve Jennisch officiating.

MEMORIAL VISITATION will be held one hour prior to the service on Monday.

Joyce Rose Sutter, formerly of Braham, passed away April 29, 2019 at McKenna Crossing in Prior Lake. She was 79 years old

Joyce was born in Los Angeles, CA to Frank and Anna Fern Wulterin on November 27, 1939.
She lived in California until she moved to Minnesota with her mother. She grew up in Minnesota and graduated from Braham High School in 1957.

She married Mark Denny. She was later divorced and married her “soul mate” Robert Sutter.

She was a member of the Calvin Presbyterian Church in Long Lake but attended Braham Covenant Church.

She worked at the Cambridge & St. Francis High Schools, and was one of the first instructors at the Cambridge Community College. She started teaching at Cambridge campus before there were even buildings. After retirement, she worked at the local ALC-Princeton, Cambridge and St. Francis. She loved kids and working with any age.

She is preceded in death by husband Robert Sutter and brother Lowell (Rosemary) Durham.

She is survived by her children: Jeffrey (Karen) Denny, Jill Rayburn, Jodi (Dave) Hall, Jon Denny, Jim (Angie) Denny, Jarid Sutter, Joel (Tiffany) Sutter; 18 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren; nephews and many friends.

5 thoughts on “JOYCE ROSE SUTTER”

  1. I have missed Joyce for a long while. She was a great fun-loving fellow worker at Braham’s Tusen Tack. My sympathy to all of her loved ones. Marian Eklund

  2. Joyce and I worked closely together for several years at St. Francis High School. We built a program to help students and families dealing with chemical health problems and addiction. Joyce was always such a treat to work with. She had terrific people skills and a heart of gold. She was a favorite of mine to work with even in high stress situations. She offered love and support and strength for everyone she met and worked with. The world has less light and love in it with her loss.
    To her family – My heart understands. xo

  3. Tina and I will miss Joyce. We haven’t been in contact for years but we think about her often. We worked together at the Hanson House a long time ago. She and her husband gave Tina and I a surprise wedding party after we ran away to South Dakota to get married 43 years ago.
    Love and thoughts always
    Tom and Tina Moore

  4. May the memories that make you smile when you remember Ms. Joyce sustain you and bring your Peace now and always.

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