In Memory

Sarah Greuel (Layton)

Sarah Greuel (Layton)

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07/31/11 03:37 PM #1    

Jeanne Skidmore (Hoepner)

Sally died of a brain tumor a few years ago - when she was 58, I believe.  It was such a shock and still is!  She was my very best friend through Junior High and High School - more like a sister!  I'm thankful that she was a part of my life!  Jeanne Hoepner

09/13/11 12:39 PM #2    

Chuck Holmen

 Sarah Layton

Sarah Layton, 58, of Bali, Indonesia, and Maui, Hawaii, died Aug. 14, 2008, in Maui of a brain tumor.

She was born in Menomonie on Nov. 15, 1949. She graduated from Eau Claire Memorial High School in 1967 and from UW-Madison School of Pharmacy in 1971.

Survivors include her husband, George; and son, Colby, both of Hawaii; mother, JoAnn Greuel; and brother, John Greuel, both of Eau Claire; sister and brother-in-law, Mary and David Robertson of Eden Prairie, Minn.; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Bill and Julie Layton of Hillsborough, Calif.; nephews, Jeff (Kristin), Greg (Tina) and John (Stefanie) Robertson; nephew, Justin and niece, Jessica Greuel; nephews, Jamie and Craig Layton and nieces, Lisa Simon and Cammie Layton; uncle, Jerry Greuel (Doris); aunt, Dora Serfleck; and numerous cousins. She is also survived by best friend, Joan Smoyer of Honolulu, Hawaii; and numerous friends in Bali and Maui.

She was preceded in death by her father, E.L. "Bud" Greuel; and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Greuel and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Campbell of Menomonie.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.

Memorials are preferred to Hospice Maui, 400 Mahalani St., Wailuku, Maui, HI 96793.

09/24/11 12:21 PM #3    

Carter Hill

 I visited Sally and her son in Bali in 1997(or so) with my son Nate.  Their open-air bungalow with an ever present watch dog for King Cobras in their garden were memorable even now.  It was as if we continued right where we left off as close friends at Christ Church and E.C.  She was a wonderful, beautiful, interesting free spirit whose memory I will always hold close to my heart.  We miss you Sally!

Carter Hill and family

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