Solinda Susan Shrader passed away Monday, April 12, 2021 following a long battle with cancer.
She was born July 23, 1954, the second of five children, to the late Homer and Shirley Simmons Morgan.
Susan, also known as Aunt Susie, was a natural born caregiver. First, “mother henning” her siblings, husband, then her many nieces and nephews, and later caring for her mother and father in their declining health.
Being a natural caregiver she chose nursing as her profession and was a wonderful LPN, working in several hospitals and clinics throughout her career. Susan’s last job being for the late Dr. SK Shamma.
She married the love of not only her life, but of the rest of the family as well, Ronald J Shrader Jr, aka Ronnie, Uncle Ron, or Wolfie, on October 27, 1980. They shared a wonderful life and home on the mountain, and opened it to their many family and friends.
Susan loved camping, being with Ronnie and her dog Jack, and spoiling her nieces and nephews while her health permitted.
Besides her parents she was preceded in death by her mother and father in law, Donna and Ronald Shrader Sr.; brother, Cecil Morgan; sisters, Ann Bennett, and Cheryl Morgan; brothers in law, John Stewart and Dallas Bennett.
Those left to miss, and cherish all the funny, wonderful memories of her are her husband, Ronnie; brother, David (Miriam) Morgan; sisters in law, Patty Morgan, Cheryl (Dale) Shuler, Lisa (Bryen) Bartgis; nieces, Shelly (Jimmy) Webb, Sabina Morgan, Courtney (Tucker) Ford, Amber (Frank) Stover, Trista Jones, Baylee Bartgis, Jordan Webb, Breanna (Chris) Hendrick, Kyndal (Hunter) Allen, Haley (Phillip) Clark, Katlin (Charlie) Bell, Morgan and Madelyn Stover, and Emma and Sophie Ford; nephews, Garrett Bartgis, Alexis, David, Homer, and Sabastian Morgan, James and Billy Webb. Several more great and great great nieces and nephews, cousins, friends and neighbors also survive. A special thank you to all of her nurses and caregivers!
A private celebration of life will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, please visit or call your loved ones, support your local communities, and neighbors, and if able donate to Hospice of Southern WV.