Jason Suder died at his home in Henderson, Nevada on March 3, 2021. Jason was born in Camden, New Jersey on June 23, 1973 to Kathleen (Clancy) Suder and Francis Suder. Jason was raised in Marlton, New Jersey and graduated from Cherokee High School in 1991 with athletic honors in 50-yard freestyle swimming and was the recipient of the “Most Courageous Swimmer” award earning him an athletic scholarship to West Virginia University. Jason met his long-time companion of eighteen years Victoria Fritz during his career as a Dealer in the Casino industry in Las Vegas, Nevada. Together they enjoyed long walks with their French bull dog Bentley, going out to dinner, cooking, watching movies and listening to music by candlelight. Jason had a beautiful smile and was very outgoing, personable and kind. He will be greatly missed by those who loved him. Jason is survived by his significant other Victoria Fritz, his aunt Aileen Hediger and other extended family. A celebration of Jason’s life is planned for a future date with a grave side service at Locustwood Memorial Park, Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
“And as ridiculous as it may sound, sometimes all any of us needs in life is for someone to hold our hand and walk next to us.” James Frey.
Rest in peace Jason your in the arms of the Angels. No more worries, No more pain, No more aloneness, Only peace and love forever. I will carry you always in my heart.
Love you, Jason
I love and miss you Jason. Rest in peace
May you find peace and tranquility in the afterlife. I remember meeting and spending part of a summer afternoon with you, your grandfather, and your Aunt Aileen at a swimming pool in Pennsylvania. This was probably about 35 years ago. I remember liking you as you were easy to talk with. 🙏🏻🏊♂️🙏🏻