Susan D. Klaumann, a devoted homemaker and beloved member of the San Angelo community, passed away peacefully on January 7, 2024, at her daughter’s residence in Coleman with her family by her side. Born on August 26, 1950, in Fort Sill, Oklahoma, Susan was known for her kind spirit, gentle nature, and unwavering love for her family.
Throughout her life, Susan found joy in caring for her loved ones and creating a warm and inviting home. As a loving wife, Susan stood side by side with her spouse, James Klaumann, sharing countless precious memories and creating a family bond that was unbreakable.
Susan's passion for animals, particularly horses, was evident in her role as a dedicated horse show mom. Her love for horses extended beyond the show ring, as she and her daughter, Andrea Ramsey, opened the Cross-K Horse Center in San Angelo. Through this endeavor, Susan happily nurtured a love for horses, instilling values of respect and compassion in all who crossed their path.
Aside from her cherished daughter Andrea and husband Darren, Susan leaves behind a legacy of love through her grandsons, James Andrews, Joshua Ramsey and Matthew Ramsey, as well as her beloved siblings; brother Garry Thomas, sisters Karen Terrell and husband Phil, Janice Thomas, and Jennifer Thomas. Their bond was unbreakable, and the memories they made together will forever remain etched in their hearts.
In addition to her role as a caring homemaker, Susan also dedicated her time and efforts to working for the Cheyenne Frontier Days, working as the remuda for the horses. Susan and James lived many years in Seguin before relocating to San Angelo in 1992. Susan attended Word of Life Church where she made life-long friends. Susan was a proud, devoted military wife.
Friends and loved ones are invited to pay their final respects and bid farewell to Susan during the memorial service, which will be held at Word of Life, 5173 S. Bryant Blvd., in San Angelo, Texas at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, February 17, 2024. A private burial will take place at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio. Arrangements are entrusted to Stevens Funeral Home, 400 W. Pecan Street, in Coleman.
Susan D. Klaumann will always be remembered for her kind heart, unwavering love, and dedication to her family. May her soul find eternal peace, and may her memory live on in the hearts of all those who were fortunate enough to have known her.
The family requests with gratitude that memorial contributions be made in memory of Susan to a charity of choice to help disabled veterans or animal rescue.