James  Suldon

Obituary of James Suldon

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Obituary James R. Suldon “Khaafid”, 56, died on December 8, 2021 at his home in Oaklyn, NJ. Born June 29, 1965 in Camden, NJ to John W. Suldon and Judith E. Lyles-Suldon who are both deceased. He attended the Haddon Avenue and Spruce Street Masjid and was a devout Muslim. James was also known by his Muslim given name Khaafid which translates to easy, comfortable and smooth. This translation was a perfect description of his personality. Anyone that has ever had a conversation with him would leave with a good impression. As a young child, he trained with Sensei Anthony Dwight Lingo during the early 1970s and became the youngest Black Belt champion at that time. Trained at the mighty Fairview Dojo and the Mayor’s Youth Council for the City of Camden. In the early 1980s, he served his country by enrolling in the United States Army. James “Khaafid” was a very loving and supportive brother to his sisters. Loved his family and made them smile each and every day with his jokes. He loved to spend his weekends with Tabetha, Wayne and Sean. He will truly be missed by his many friends and family. Survived by his sisters Tabetha Suldon-Collier, Erica Suldon and Kimberly Wright, and a host of many nieces, nephews, aunts, cousins, and brothers-in-law.
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11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Monday, December 20, 2021
Boyd Funeral Home
1458 Mt. Ephraim Avenue
CAMDEN, New Jersey, United States


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Monday, December 20, 2021
CINNAMINSON, New Jersey, United States
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