July 4, 2009
202 W. Maple Street Willard OH 44890 7/6/2009 18:00:00
202 W. Maple Street Willard OH 44890 7/7/2009 11:00:00
Kenneth Ray Caudill, age 60, resident of Willard, Ohio passed away on Saturday, July 4, 2009 at his home. Kenny was diagnosed with Acute Myloid Leukemia three and a half years ago that lead to a bone marrow transplant and the ultimate battle for his life. He had many complications and was in pain constantly. His standard of life was not good, but he never complained.
He was born on December 31, 1948 in Floyd County, Kentucky to the late Cleveland and Dorothy Caudill and had been employed with the former Sheller-Globe Manufacturing in Norwalk.
He loved sitting around talking, golfing, hunting and fishing. He was a member of the Willard Golf Club and the Willard Conservation League.
Kenny married Karen “Sue” Snook on September 12, 1970 in Clintwood, Virginia. They have one daughter, Joni (Matt) Fox of Willard; and two grandchildren, Sage Kenneth and Lili Lea Fox; a brother, Art (Shirlene) Caudill of Attica; two sisters, Ethel (Art) Tuttle of Plymouth; and Geraldine Morgan of Norwalk; mother-in-law, Phyllis Snook of Willard; three sisters-in-law, Kathy Semer; Dawn Leitz; and Gloria Isaac all of Willard; and many nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents he is preceded in death by three brothers, Forrest, Everett and Cornelius Caudill; two sisters, Grethel Pitsenbarger and Bethel Bryant; and his step-father, Brack Hall.
Friends may call at the Secor Funeral Home in Willard on Monday, July 6, 2009 from 6-8 PM where the funeral service will be held on Tuesday at 11:00 AM with Elder Delmas Hall officiating. Burial will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery in New Haven, Ohio. Memorial contributions can be made to the Cleveland Clinic Oncology Dept. or the Hope Lodge in Cleveland. Online condolences can be made at www.secorfuneralhomes.com
Sue, my depest sympathy goes out to you and your family. We have all been hit hard this year and family and friends do help us through these times. God Bless.
Sue and family, Please know that we are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts go out to you and your family.
I can still see us walking up the hollar going home from school in ky all of us you me your bro-sis we were a crew.you will be missed.so sorry for your loss sue and joni just lean on GOD and he will see you thru he is all ways there with a helping Hand GOD BLESS BOTH OF YOU
SIS JOYCE AND BRO COLEY
Kenny will be greatly missed by everyone he touched. He was one of the kindest people I have met, always willing to lend a helping hand. This will be remembered by everyone on the block. There will always be part of Kenny at each of our houses. This is something we all will be able to cherish from this time on.
Sue, Joni and family, Please know that you are loved and prayers are being said for all of you. There really isn’t much that can be said right now that can give you much comfort. Experience has taught me that the pain don’t really go away, you just learn to handle it better. I always thought the world of Kenny. He was a very special person. My love to you all. Aunt Rita
I remember a fishing trip to Canada in 1970 with a few uncles, Ken and I. There was a bet on who would land the biggest fish. I think Ken did, but mine was very close. Ken allowed me to win and collect a few dollars so I could eat on the way home. Thank you Ken. God Bless you. Joni and Sue – May you find peace again and know God will comfort you. Our prayers are with you now and always. Bob and Jan
My heart goes out to the family. I had the pleasure of being around Kenny when he would come and play cards with the guys. I am very sorry for your loss. You are in our prayers.
We are sorry to hear about your loss. Sue you are in our thoughts and prays.
Sue and family We are so sorry for your great loss but we know Kenny isn’t in pain anymore. We ejoyed talking to him when he was setting out as we walked by. You are in our thoughts and prayers.With the help of God you will get thru this.
No one will ever know how much you meant to me. You taught me how to be a man and I am who I am because of you. You will always be the biggest part of my life. You will live forever in me. Your were my Friend, my Mentor, My Uncle and I loved you.
Sue & Joni, I wish I could be with you to give you a hug or just hold your hand. Joni, I know what you are going through, there is nothing like losing your Dad. There is nothing anyone can say to make the pain less or to make it go away, but time does lessen the pain. I loved your Dad, I wish I would of went to see him when I was home a couple of weeks ago, he looked so like my Dad. I know they are both in a better place and they are happy and pain free.They did suffer so in their lives and I know they are at peace and together again.
Sue, I’m so, so sorry. Time does really lessen the pain, I know it’s hard now to believe that. Uncle Kenny is in a better place, pain free and at peace. Both Uncle Kenny and Dad were taken from us way too soon, and selfishly I want them back, but I wouldn’t want to back just to see them suffer. I regret not coming by to see you when I was home a couple of weeks ago. Mom didn’t have you phone number, please send it to me or send me an email (email@example.com). I love you all.
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Sue and family we are so sorry to hear of your loss. May your many fond memories help you through this difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Mariann Teagarden and Lisa Faulhaber.
Sue and Joni, Rick and I want you to know that we are praying for you. We saw Kenny once in a while when we used to visit Dorothy. In case you don’t remember us, Rick is Mollie’s son. Time will heal a little at a time.Kenny will always be in your hearts. No one can take him away from there. God bless you both and please know that we will always remember Kenny.
Art an Ethel so sorry about your brother. Our prayers are with you both and his family. Its a rough time losing someone you love. Hang tough and let God lead you.
Ray and Bonnie Ryman