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Shane Adam Suthard, 35

Obituary and service information from Found and Sons Funeral Chapels.

Shane Adam Suthard, 35. Obituary and service information from Found and Sons Funeral Chapels.
Shane Adam Suthard, 35. Obituary and service information from Found and Sons Funeral Chapels.
Shane Adam Suthard, 35, of Spotsylvania County passed away peacefully on Sunday May, 18, 2014.

Shane was a 1997 Spotsylvania High School Graduate. Also, a former Spotsylvania County Deputy for eleven years. He was a member of the Search and Rescue Team for five years and was part of the Project Lifesaver Program, which helps individuals with special needs. Shane’s passion was helping others and putting a smile on everyone’s face. He never met a stranger, and was always full of jokes. 

Shane was preceded in death by his parents, Lora M. Suthard and Casle M. Suthard.

Survivors include his brothers, Wendell Seay and his wife, Sue of Stafford County and Don Seay and his wife, Jeanie of Spotsylvania; two nephews, Sean Seay (Heather) of Locust Grove and Zach Seay of Spotsylvania; two nieces, Kathryn “Nikki” Rackley (Joel) of Charleston, SC and Tiffany Dickinson (Garrett) of Spotsylvania; two great nephews and three great nieces. Shane also leaves behind numerous aunts and cousins, and his brothers and sisters of Spotsylvania Sheriff’s Department. 

Shane’s family will receive friends from 6:00-9:00 p.m. Thursday, May 22, 2014 at Found and Sons Funeral Chapel, 10719 Courthouse Road, Fredericksburg. A funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. Friday, May 23, 2014 at Salem Fields Community Church, with the Rev. John Swain officiating. Burial will follow in Summerduck Baptist Church Cemetery in Summerduck, VA.

Pallbearers will be Sean Seay, Zach Seay, Chad Polliard, Warren Bartman, Steve Coleman & Brent Riley. Honorary Pallbearers are the Spotsylvania County Search and Rescue and Spotsylvania Courts Division.

Online condolences may be expressed to Shane’s family at foundandsons.com. 

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