Frank Shuder

Frank Louis Shuder, 88, was a long time resident of Lancaster, PA., originally born in Finleyville, PA. He retired from the City of Lancaster where he worked at two of his favorite places; Central Market and Longs Park. He also was a barber by trade on 404 N. Queen street for many years.
Shuder was an eternal student, reading five or so books at a time, was versed on many subjects and could hold an interesting conversation with anyone. He is known for his artistry of drawing, his charm, wit and had a lifelong love of walking, weightlifting and philosophy. He is survived by his three daughters; Stephanie M. Terry, Francie J. Shuder, Alexis M. Shuder, grandchildren Trina Brown-Hinton, Darrick “Jake” Brown with a twin Derrick “Marby” Brown (deceased), Jenifer Hoffman-Kamarow and Joshua T. Shuder, eight greatgrandchildren and ten great great grandchildren. He passed peacefully of natural causes on February 2, 2020 at Conestoga View nursing home where he resided. Frank made many friends with the staff, residents, clergy and visitors of other patients. A family celebration of life will be held in the spring. Cremation Services of Lancaster (717) 273-6283

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  • When I pick up the phone to call you, when I go for a walk, go to Central Market, drive the country roads, eat your favorite foods, hear world news, get philosophical, say hello to a stranger, think of telling you about my day, or look into my sons eyes, I will always have your memories to hold on to. Go peaceful into the night dad. To my sisters, Stephanie and Francie, we will get through this and always have each other.
    Your ever loving daughter,
    Lexie

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