Suzanne Helen Grill

August 5, 1940January 18, 2021

Suzanne Helen Grill, age 80, of Blaine, Minnesota passed away on Monday, January 18th, 2021. She was born to Herbert and Helen Jungbauer on August 5, 1940 in St. Paul, MN. Graduated from Our Lady of Peace High School in 1958, and from St. Kate's with a BS in Biology in 1962.

Sue is survived by her Brother, Steve Jungbauer; Son, Alan (Renee) Grill; Daughter, Rebecca (Andres)Cigarrero; Grandchildren, Elena and Isabella Cigarrero.

Family and friends of Sue know she was a headstrong woman. She beat both Polio and Covid, but sadly suffered from Alzheimer's late in life. Sue worked in the community for many years as a Physical Therapist most recently through HealthEast and Masonic Homes. Her kind heart and strong spirit touched many of her patient's lives. She was also an avid gardener, and spent much of her spare time in her own garden, helping her children garden, and volunteering with the church garden ministry. In more recent years she volunteered with various local organizations. Sue was very involved in the lives of her children and grandchildren. She loved spending time with family, loved ones, and making fun new memories.

Join us to Celebrate Sue's Life at St Joseph the Worker Catholic Church on Friday, January 29th, 2021. Visitation will be held from 10 am - 11 am, with service at 11 am. Committal service to follow at Gethsemane Cemetary in New Hope. Flowers, cards, or memorial contributions to the Alzheimer's Association are welcome.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Grill family.


  • Sue is survived by her Brother, Steve Jungbauer; Son, Alan (Renee) Grill; Daughter, Rebecca (Andres)Cigarrero; Grandchildren, Elena and Isabella Cigarrero


  • Visitation

    Friday, January 29, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, January 29, 2021


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Gary Jungbauer

January 23, 2021

I am saddened to hear the news of My Aunt Sue's passing.
One thing I remember, among many is her love of the mountains. Sue always had a smile on her face, you could really tell she enjoyed life. Spending time in Estes Park with our entire family and having Sue and her two kids Alan and Rebecca and Grandma and Grandpa Jungbauer there, will always be a memory for me. I always knew she was close to God because of her faith, and now is closer to him and my Grandparents who are in Heaven.
Sue was also a great cook and made lots of yummy desserts which she shared with our Family gatherings.
She will be missed and always in my heart.

Steve Jungbauer

January 21, 2021

my sister