• Lord & Stephens Funeral Home - East Chapel
    Athens, GA
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John Alfred Stuedemann 1942 - 2017

John Alfred Stuedemann

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September 20, 2017
John has been such a wonderful role model and someone I have very much looked up to my entire life! He will be dearly missed.
September 19, 2017




i offer my condolences to John's family!
September 19, 2017
Am deeply saddened to learn of Jon's death. My care and concern are with you and those you love. Clara Waln
September 19, 2017
came home from two combat tours in Vietnam and started to work with John at Southern Piedmont. after several years , John encouraged me to go back to UGA and get BS and Masters. A true friend and mentor
September 19, 2017
Condolences to Trish, and also to John's family and community. What an accomplished man and what a fighter he was. Godspeed.
September 19, 2017
I walked into the hotel lobby in Houston, Texas. There was this man and lady seated at a table with papers spread out. They introduced themselves to me - I had met John and Trish Stuedemann for the first time. He explained to me about the papers and what I learned about John was that he was an educated man and that he had a farm and he explained about his herd. Two hours later, we talked about being cancer patients. He had done as much research on his illness as he had his cows. He explained his treatment to me; I admired him for his determination to beat cancer. I watched him over time battle his disease and he gave it his all. As our trips to Houston coincided, we continued to discuss farming and cancer. I kept up with him through Trish after he was hospitalized. He fought a hard fight. It was a true pleasure to have met John Stuedemann. My thoughts are with Trish and his loved ones.
September 18, 2017
John was the most gracious man I have ever met. His hospitality and graciousness always lifted my spirit whenever I would come to visit my sister in Ga. He will be missed!
September 18, 2017
I did John's annual occupational exams at the RichardRussell Health Unit for many years. I always enjoyed our encounters. He was an absolutely gracious man. His kind face, gentle voice, and compelling, jovial demeanor will be missed I am sure by all who knew him. For me, he crossed the gap from patient to friend.
September 18, 2017
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.

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The Stuedemann's visit to Camp Lejeune, NC The Sullivan Family always loved to see John and Trish at Thanksgiving!

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