The former congressman for the 3rd District, Mark Souder, passed away after a long battle with cancer. He was 72 years old. As a result of his pancreatic cancer, Souder began hospice care just a few weeks ago.
Between 1995 and 2010, Souder represented northeastern Indiana in the House of Representatives as a Republican. As of his death, he lived with his wife Diane in Allen County.
Mark Souder’s cause of death:
Mark Souder passed away from cancer. He was 72 years old. Former Northeast Indiana Congressman Souder posted on Facebook in January his diagnosis.
The diagnosis of pancreatic cancer was confirmed on Thursday. Cancer is very difficult, but there is still hope,” Souder wrote.
Furthermore, he asked for prayers from his friends and drew on his faith.
“God has everything under control.” He says we should ask in prayer. We would appreciate your prayers, too.
The Souder family announced on Facebook Monday: “Our deepest condolences go out to Mark Souder, husband, father, grandfather, and brother. Unfortunately, Mark passed away this morning, and we want to thank you for your kind words and prayers. He was a strong and passionate leader who loved his family, faith, and country. We have been praying for him and receiving support over the last few months.
Who is Mark Souder?
From an early age, he was devoted to politics. Aside from campaign work, he advocated for conservative and pro-life values. He was a member of the college Republican Party, served on campaigns, and worked on campaigns. In addition, his leadership roles in supporting our national parks made him an internationally recognized figure of grace and redemption.
This morning, I spoke about fellow Hoosier Mark Souder, who passed away earlier this week. Mark loved northeast Indiana, its people, and its unique traditions.
I offer my deepest condolences to the Souder family. pic.twitter.com/Ogq77rZuvH
— Davidyuxx (@Davidyuxx1) September 29, 2022
Our deepest condolences go out to Mark’s family and friends at this time of loss. His impact on northeast Indiana will be felt for many years.”