Susan Krouth, 79, Green Bay, passed away Friday, Oct. 2, 2020. Susan was born Sept. 27, 1941, in Cornell, to Jack and Bernice (Eide) Dickinson. She was a 1959 graduate of Cornell High School. Susan married Robert Krouth in November of 1983, in Brown County. She was a graduate of UW-Eau Claire, with her master’s in teaching. She taught accounting for Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) for 40 years, where she made many great friendships with her colleagues that she carried with her throughout her life. So many of them keep in touch and visited Susan as she battled with pancreatic cancer. She was so thankful for the almost monthly lunches with her NWTC friends, whom brought beautiful memories. She was an animal lover and was always ready to take care of those in need. She was eager to take care of any of the neighborhood animals. This was always her priority. Susan was always willing to listen to anyone who needed to talk. She is survived by her brother and sister-in-law – Jack and Myriam; niece – Samantha; brother-in-law – Steve; niece – Sarah (John), and their son – Sebastian; her aunt – Eleonor Larson, and her family; beloved friends – Deborah (Jim) O’Connell, and her incredible neighbors and friends who selflessly cared for her as her illness progressed: Jane Riutta, Dot and Don, Shayna and Brad, and Karen, Phil and Lydia. You all truly made a difference in Susan’s life and we are grateful for all of you! Susan was preceded in death by her husband – Robert; her parents – Jack and Bernice; and her sister – Sally. Visitation will be at Blaney Funeral Home in Green Bay, from 3-4 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 8. Services will be held 4 p.m., Thursday, at the funeral home. Burial will be at a later date in the Cornell Cemetery. Online condolences may be expressed, visit BlaneyFuneralHome.com. Memorials may be given to Hidden Paws Network and St. Jude’s Children Hospital. The Dickinson family wishes to extend our sincere thanks to Debra O’Connell, Unity Hospice, especially Jessica, and for the many visits from her many teachers and students who became her friends from NWTC – you know who you are – we felt truly blessed knowing that our beloved Susan was surrounded by so much love.