In Memory

Susie Altgelt

Mary Susan  “Susie” Altgelt, age 54, passed away on Thursday, September 15, 2005.

She was preceded in death by her parents Dr. James E. Altgelt and Jean Rowan McNab.

Susie is survived by her brothers, James Ernest Altgelt and Arch Rowan Altgelt; nephews and niece, James Ernest Altgelt, III, David McCullough Altgelt and Emma Elizabeth Altgelt; aunts, Frances “Pete” O’Neill, Dolly Altgelt and Eloise Revere.

After graduating from the University of Texas, she taught at St. LukeÂ’s Episcopal School.

Her interest in physical fitness led to a career as co-owner of several fitness centers.

Susie was a generous supporter of charities dedicated to Alzheimers and Cancer research.



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09/14/09 03:05 PM #1    

Sarah Williams (Conger)

Susie was in my girl scouts and a friend of my daughter, Jane, plus she lived down the street...Sweetest person and full of energy and led arobics for years...SWC

08/28/10 08:38 PM #2    

Tina Zuelzer (Potter-Cullum)

 Susie, I remember you so clearly...and am sorry to have learned of your passing... Tina

09/26/11 02:39 PM #3    

Gabrielle D. Peak

 My sister and Susie were such good friends throughout their lives. In fact, I didn't even Know of Susie's passing until I had Chalfant's name placed on the "In Memory" site. I was so sad and later realized that Susie and Chalfant could go on being good friends on the Other Side.                                     Gabrielle D. Peak



08/11/14 10:38 PM #4    

Don Reser

08/11/14 10:38 PM #5    

Don Reser

Susie and I in a world long ago.  Her family owned the Rowan offshore drilling company.  I am not sure where all that stands but Ernie Altgelt in the class behind us is one the nicest persons I have ever know. lHis parents and mine drove to the grand canyon and las vegas in the 1950's together.  The horse picture was part of a fund rasier for the children.s shelter by the Kiwanes Club.of downtown San Antonio.  


Susie's dad got very earl on set Alheimer's disease.  I am shure it was very difficult on her.  The breast cancer just makes me so upset.  Let's figure out a cure or vacine.  I willl match anyone's gift to the American Cancer Society.  Trust me, I am not rich, but this disease is just awful.

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