‘Partridge Family’ Daughter Suzanne Crough dies at 52
Crough starred as the tambourine-shaking daughter Tracy Partridge … during the classic sitcom’s run from 1970 to 1974.
She was 52 years old. It’s still unclear what caused her death, but a family member confirmed Suzanne’s passing and said it was sudden.
She last reunited with her ‘Partridge’ co-stars for an appearance on the ‘Today’ show back in 2010.
The show aired from 1970-74.
Redheaded Crough was raised in Los Angeles, the youngest of eight children, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Crough also starred in the TV series “Mulligan’s Stew” and had spots on other series in the ’70s.
She appeared in a “Partridge Family” reunion on the “Today” show in 2010.
“I’m an office manager for Office Max,” she told host Matt Lauer. “I have two daughters, I’m married, I have a normal job.”
Ms. Crough was born on March 6, 1963, in Fullerton, Calif., and graduated from Los Angeles Pierce College. She owned a bookstore until 1993. She told Al Roker of the “Today” show in 2010 that in recent years she had been working as a manager at OfficeMax.
Survivors include her husband, William Condray; their daughters, Samantha and Alexandra; and a granddaughter.