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James Sudderth, SGM, US Army (Ret) was struck very suddenly by a heart attack 4 Oct 2009 at about 1430. He served for over 20 years in the US Army in the 82d Airborne Division, 1st Ranger Battalion, 7th Special Forces Group, and 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta.
Rest in Peace Brother
You will be missed......
RIP Brother, Vaya con Dios..
RIP SGM............You will be missed
Rest in Peace SGM. Thank you for your service to our great nation.
Rest In Peace Brother.
James it was an honor an privilege working with you over the past year.
He served for over 20 years in the US Army rising to the rank of Sergeant Major and serving in the most elite of our forces including 82d Airborne Division, 1st Ranger Battalion, 7th Special Forces Group, and 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta. Jim is featured in the book, “Six Minutes to Freedom” detailing the rescue Kurt Muse rescue.
After his retirement he managed the Counter Terrorism Support Project from his home base in Las Vegas as well as in key management positions with several organizations including Bechtel and the University of Nevada. His last position was as Director of Military Sales, Source One Distributors.
He will be missed.
Jim is survived by his two sons Kenny Sudderth and Riley Sudderth, mother Ann, father James, and brother Asa.
There will be a Memorial Service held Saturday at 4:00 PM, Saturday, October 10th, 2009 at the Palms West Funeral Home. For those wishing to donate in memorial to Jim we suggest one of these two causes:
James Patrick “Riley” Sudderth - Education Trust or The American Heart Association.
Services in Las Vegas are this Sat. at 2:00pm at 6108 Cove Cahill.
Services in Florida are Sat. at 4:00pm at Palm West Funeral Home, 110 Business Parkway, Royal Palm Beach, FL.
Rest in Peace, SGM. You will always be missed and NEVER forgotten. Thank you for your service to our country.
Rest in Peace SGM Sudderth. Thank you for your service.
Rest in Peace,Warrior..................:(
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Rest In Peace SGM!!
Thank you for your service!!
Rest in Peace, SGM.
Rest in Peace, SGM. You will be missed and thank you for your service.
RIP SGM ......
Rest in Peace, SGM Sudderth. Thank you for all you have done. My prayers to his family and friends.
R.I.P. Sergeant Major and Thank You.