Mrs. Suddath you have my deepest sympathy in the passing of Mr. Suddath. I thought the world of him. I worked for Suddath 12 years and had more respect for Mr. Suddath than any person I have ever worked for. I will miss him terribly but have thought of him many many times since I left. He will be in my thoughts forever.
To the Suddath family, I want to say he was a very wise man. He shared slot with me. Very kind man and I will miss him not being in my life anymore but will always keep him in my heart!!!!!!!!
To the Suddath family,
I am so sorry for your loss.
All the memories of our old time neighborhood, What a joy that will always live on in all of us that grew up with the Suddath family.
Mr. Suddath is an icon to the Jacksonville area.
May the love of the Lord bless your family.
Beth Ogden/Live Oak Lane
Our deepest thoughts and prayers are with the Suddath family during this time. He will be greatly missed. He was so generous and open with his wisdom. I am blessed to have known him. Thankful to have completed several charity walks with him. He leaves a wonderful legacy for his family. Thoughts and prayers are with you!!
I met Dick Suddath and his lovely B.A. when I first came to All Saints back in 2001. I grew to know and admire and ENJOY him over the years. We were in several Bible study groups together and his insistence on using his mother's old King James version of the Bible, his insights and his devastating timing with a punch line all made him one of my favorite people there. He will be greatly missed.