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Suzan Lynda Shader passed away at Orlando Regional Medical Center on Nov. 29, 2015, from pulmonary emboli at age 61. Suzan was a long time resident of Orlando who was born at the same hospital in which she passed.

Suzan was an active volunteer with The Jewish Pavilion and received their Volunteer of the Year Award in 2008. She also served on the Executive Board of the Jewish Pavilion for five years. Further, she was president and vice-president of the Chevrah Kadisha during her 15 years on that board. She was also an active volunteer of the SPCA, the Ohev Shalom Sisterhood and was a brownie/scout leader at the JCC.

She was a registered nurse early in her career at ORMC, and held positions in Risk Management and Quality Control. An animal lover, Suzan never met an animal she didn’t care for. She would pick up a stray and always find it a home or keep it herself. Her heart was huge and she was generous beyond description to strangers and loved ones alike.

Suzan was an active scrapbooker and had a wonderful artistic flair. She helped family and charities as an event planner and organizer.

Suzan adored her children and grandchildren, and even when ill, she babysat without hesitation. Her sons-in-law, Joey and Wayne, were cherished by her as well.

She is survived by her mother, Reva Shader; her daughters, Dara Hill and Samantha Nassoiy; her grandchildren, Haylee Rose and Noah; her sister, Donna Render; her brother, Michael Shader; her brother-in-law, Barry Render; and her sister-in-law, Beth Shader.

In Suzan’s memory, the family requests contributions to The Jewish Pavilion, 421 Montgomery Road, Suite 131, Altamonte Springs 32714.

Funeral arrangements entrusted to Beth Shalom Memorial Chapel, 640 Lee Road, Orlando FL 32810.


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