Pyon Sun “Suzie" Booge January 17, 1943 – March 6, 2019 Pyon Sun “Suzie" Booge, 76, of Bemidji, passed away March 6, 2019. She was born to the late Su Kil Pak and Yu A Kim, January 17, 1943, in Seoul, South Korea. Pyon Sun grew up during the Korean War where she experienced many hardships during her childhood. On October 6th, 1970, she married the love of her life, Roger Booge, in Seoul, South Korea. Shortly thereafter, they moved to Minnesota where they made their home on the Booge family farm in Nevis. They raised four wonderful sons together until her beloved Roger’s passing in 1994. In 1999, Pyon Sun moved to Bemidji where she found companionship again when she met Homer Morris. She was blessed to receive his unconditional love, devotion and care over the last 19 years together. Pyon Sun was a devoted mother and grandmother. She loved holidays and family get-togethers; any chance to spend time with her family was important to her. She would spend hours cooking and preparing for her company. Pyon Sun was known for her feisty personality and a good sense of humor. She loved to watch soap operas and shopping was one of her favorite hobbies. Pyon Sun was immensely proud of her family and leaves behind nothing but beautiful memories. She will be missed by all that knew and loved her. Pyon Sun will be lovingly remembered by her four children: Chong So Johnson, of Dallas; Mike (Jennifer) of Park Rapids; Martin (Tasita), of Moorhead and Jeff of Solway, seven grandchildren: Tyler, Amber, Nolan, Evan, Alexis, Jamethin, Brady and sisters: Hee Sun Pak and Hak Sun Lee. Pyon Sun was preceded in death by her parents, Su Kil Pak and Yu A Kim, her husband Roger Allen Booge, her Sister Sun Boon Pak, brothers Jung Han Pak and Hawh Boon Pak. A visitation and celebration of life will be held on Saturday, March 16, 2019 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Jones Pearson Funeral Home in Park Rapids. A private family service will be held at the Dudley Cemetery at a later date. “It broke our hearts to lose you, But you did not go alone. A part of us went with you, The day God took you home. If tears could build a stairway, and heartaches make a lane, we’d walk our way to heaven, and bring you back again. In life we loved you dearly, In death we love you still, In our hearts you hold a place No one could ever fill.