Born on August 31, 1955 in Clinton, Massachusetts
Departed January 11, 2023 in Melbourne, Florida
Jon Suchovsky 67 passed away on January 11, 2023 after a long battle with cancer.
He was predeceased by his father Herbert and mother Virginia and sister Sandra Cislak. He is survived by his wife Brenda of Melbourne, Florida and a sister Pamela Taylor with her fiancé Kenneth Witkowski of Clinton mass and a brother Scott Suchovsky and his wife Becky of Epping N.H. plus many nieces and nephews and many great friends.
He worked for the Neurology Clinic as a neurology technologist for many years before he retired last year. He was an avid motorcyclist and just overall he had a zest for life that was a pleasure to be around, he will be greatly missed by many.
Private services will take place on a future date.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made to either the American cancer society or the Coastline community church at 409 E. Eau Gallie Blvd., Indian Harbour Beach, FL 32937
Jon, your love for life and all of its adventures was so outstanding.
A ready smile for all you met, put everyone at ease.
May you fly with the eagles and may the wind be always at your back.
I met Jon over 25 years ago when I first started in Neurology. We hit it off immediately. I will always remember how kind Jon was and made me feel so welcome. We would laugh until we cried. His energy and love for life was apparent. Our careers went in different directions but not our friendship. We even went through cancer together at the exact same time. I will always cherish our friendship and will never forget you my beautiful friend! Until we see each other again. Your friend and buddy Caroline 🙏💖
Although I never had the honor of personally knowing Jon, I feel like I know him through Brenda. It was obvious they shared a beautiful and loving life together. My heart goes out to Brenda and all the family and friends in their lives. I know there is a huge hole in their hearts. My very deepest sympathy. Prayers and love.
Our lives are so enriched because of our friendship with Jon and Brenda. We will cherish you forever and you will never be forgotten. Always the fun and laughter. Love you Jon
It was a pleasure working with you for so many years. You always made the days brighter and I appreciated your kindness, wisdom, and mannerisms. RIP my friend!
Words cannot express how sorry we are that Jon has passed. We will miss our neighborhood chats and his great sense of humor. He leaves a void in the universe but we'll have our memories of him for the rest of our lives. He will be missed. Many prayers with love and light coming your way.
There are no words to explain how much I will miss you . I loved working with you and the long talks we had. Love you Buddy rest in peace .
Saying good bye was so hard to do. But the memories will keep a smile on my face and love in my heart until we meet again. Love you always my dear friends.
We will never forget about Jon 💔
So many memories
To my dear friend, such a love of life and fun. You'll surely be missed by many. Forever in my heart. Till then....may you rest in peace. ❤️
He could make you laugh when you wanted to cry, understand when nothing was clear, be strong when you were weak and loved unconditionally. To the lifetime of unbelievable memories we shared as a family!!! He will always be with us. Love ya, "Sissy '
So Very Sorry, He will always be remembered!
You and your family in my prayers.
I will miss my dear friend Jon greatly but will remember him with love, smiles and laughter. Some lights enter the world and remain forever. His light is one of those. He was a delight and I am a better person for knowing him. Rest in the arms of the Lord Jon.
So sorry for the loss of a great person. We miss you.
You were always such a huge presence in our life. We had so many good memories and special times together. We always enjoyed our Sunday phone calls. You will be sorely missed. We will always keep you in our hearts. We love you. Fly high amongst the angels.
Many knew Jon as a friend, coworker etc. I was blessed to have him as a big brother. Jon taught me the importance of being a good person. He also taught me to have a hell of a good time along the way.
He set a standard that was tough to meet and maintained it. Our family was small but Jon was a huge part of it. I'm the man I am today because I always had incredible siblings to look up to. My amazing sister Pam along with my amazing sister in law Brenda, and I will move forward with incredible memories, incredible stories, tears and much laughter. I'll miss him dearly but I'm sure every memory will lead to a smile. I love you big brother, Scott
thanks jon for always being there for my sister. and may you now rest in peace love cindy
Our first date was September 22, 1974 and it was truly love at first sight. We’ve had a wonderful life together with so many cherished memories that hopefully will comfort me for all the years to come.
I love you forever Jon Suchovsky
I will miss my dear friend Jon but remember him with live, smiles and laughter. Some lights enter the world and remain forever. His light is one of those. I am a better person for knowing him. He was a delight.
Have not seen Jon for over 40 years, we stayed in touch. A great friend, with many laughs and good times , you'll be missed, may you rest in peace my friend, till we meet again ! Ross Azud