Amelia Geusen

Amelia Geusen

Amelia GeusenJan. 31, 1927-Aug. 25, 2018

Amelia Geusen

Jan. 31, 1927 – Aug. 25, 2018

Amelia “Millie” Geusen, 91, died Aug. 25, 2018, at home. An open house was held Sept. 15, 2018, at 840 Glacierview Court, Homer, Alaska.

Amelia Geusen was born Jan. 31, 1927, in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. She graduated from high school and was a housewife and homemaker. She moved to Homer in 1996.

A member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, she enjoyed cooking, baking, painting and drawing.

“She put her family first and foremost in her life,” her family said. “She was a gentle and kind soul to everyone, and Millie made the best cookies.”

She was preceded in death by her husband, Fred Geusen.

She is survived by her daughter, Patricia Brennan of Homer; son, Fred Geusen of Yuciapa, California; sister, M.A. Belonzi of Sutton, Alaska; and grandchildren, Kathy Brennan of Homer, and Breanna and David Geusen of Yuciapa.

Funeral arrangements were by Peninsula Memorial Chapel & Crematory.

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