Susan L. Dumproff

January 26, 1952 - December 23, 2020

Susan L. Dumproff

January 26, 1952 - December 23, 2020


Susan L. Dumproff, 68, of Saint Charles, IL passed away December 23, 2020, at Hospice of Northwest Ohio, Perrysburg, OH. Susan was born in Rockford, Illinois to the late Robert Ace and late Elizabeth Schiefebein. She married the late Larry W. Dumproff in August 1988. Susan retired as an ultrasound technician from Fox Valley Women’s Health. Susan was very spiritual and attended Hosanna Lutheran Church, where she enjoyed teaching her children’s Sunday School classes. Susan devoted much of her time to several community organizations where she and Larry grew a large network of lifelong family friends. These “family of friends” often spent their summers at campsites across the Midwest and winters at each other’s houses for festive holiday celebrations. Susan was an avid reader who cherished the company and discussions she shared with those in her various book clubs.

Susan is survived by her daughters: Emily (Josh) Banks and Katie (Kevin) Garverick. Susan is survived by her sister Sandy Ace, her half-sisters Pam (John) Lack and Tarina (Thomas) Garton, and her half brother Robert Ace, as well as several nieces, nephews, and cousins. Susan is preceded in death by her husband Larry Dumproff and her half brother Jeff Tingley.

Services are pending at this time, but a memorial service will be planned for Elgin, Illinois in the Spring of 2021.

Memorials may be made to Koke Mill Christian Church (Springfield, IL) where Susan enjoyed attending with Emily and Josh, or Hope Lutheran Church (Toledo, OH) where she enjoyed attending with Katie and Kevin.

Arrangements are entrusted with Habegger Funeral Services. We encourage you to share a fond memory or condolence by visiting



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5 responses to Susan L. Dumproff

  1. So sorry for your loss

  2. Libby says:

    One of my dearest friends. Like sisters. We were mutually supportive. Love her so much. She was so brave. So glad I could be of service to her. Will always be available to Emily and Katie, my goddaughters. We will see each other again.

  3. We will certainly miss Susan! We were privileged to know her as her daughter, Emmy, married our grandson, Josh. She will be missed at family gatherings!

  4. Susan was my first cousin, we only saw each other a few times, she had spent so much of her life in california. The last time I saw her was at her wedding in 1988. She will be dearly missed. From what I’ve heard she is in Heaven with her Lord and Savior Jesus.

  5. Jamey Miller says:

    I am so grateful for all of the time Susan and I spent chatting on the phone or at her home in St. Charles. She had a great affection for my son George as well. I will miss you, my friend. You are with our loving Creator now. I will never forget you.

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