Benjamin Robert Fuder, Edgerton, WI
Benjamin Robert Fuder was filled with such passion and enthusiasm for life that he entered the world six weeks premature when he was born on May 15, 1991. In just twenty-one short years, he filled this world with so much laughter and cheer that he will be forever remembered by all those that he influenced. After graduating from Edgerton High School in 2009, Ben enrolled at UW-Whitewater, where he was a junior. Ben planned to use his boundless energy and creativity to pursue a career in elementary education.
Ben was known for his sense of humor and strong work ethic. He loved spending time with family and friends, participating in sports, fishing, playing video games, watching movies, swimming, and being outdoors. Ben was an accomplished tennis player during his high school years and competed in the state tournament both as a junior and a senior.
Benjamin is survived by his parents, Bradley and Chantal Fuder; two older brothers, Joshua (Amanda Korell) and Shane Fuder; older sister, Mariah (Aaron) Lewis; grandparents, Pat and Nancy Collins; and two grandmothers, Patricia Graham and Marilyn Fuder. He leaves behind 14 aunts and uncles and 17 cousins from France to California. Ben is also survived by his girlfriend of nearly 4 years, Kelli Aide, as well as a strong group of childhood friends from Edgerton, and many other friends from college and work.
A Celebration of Life will be held at 4 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 3, 2012, at the EDGERTON TOWN COUNTRY CLUB, 115 Jensen St., Edgerton, WI 53534. In lieu of other expressions of sympathy, the family kindly requests that you bring your best memories of Benjamin to share at his Celebration of Life.