OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — Susan Eustice, known as the "voice of the Salvation Army" in the Omaha Metro Area, died Saturday evening after a brief illness.
Eustice is suvived by her husband, Bill, and three grown children.
She spent more than the past two decades doing several TV and radio interviews as spokeswoman for the Salvation Army.
She was a tireless promoter of all things Salvation Army, and Eustice founded or co-founded several of the Division's longest-running charitable drives and special social-services efforts, such as the D.J's Hero Awards Luncheon, the Adopt-a-family Radiothon, which marked it's nineteenth year last winter.
Local officials are calling her impact immeasureable. Eustice was 65.