Larry Michael Caudill, 49 of Jeremiah, Kentucky passed away peacefully at UK Chandler Medical Center on October the 11th 2020. Larry was the son of Gary Lee Caudill and Katie Catherine Jones Caudill.
Larry was born on April the 16th of 1971. He loved his family and friends unconditionally. Larry was a loving husband and father, devoted son, a beloved brother and uncle, and a wonderful son-in-law. Most of all he loved the Lord and was a faithful servant of his. He gave unselfishly to others in his church and community. Larry was a member of Jeremiah Missionary Baptist Church for years where he served as a deacon, secretary, and treasurer. He was an outstanding role model for not only his precious sons, whom he loved so much, but also many other young people in the community. Larry coached little league baseball for years, and most recently the LCCHS tennis team. He loved spending time with his family. Hunting and fishing with his boys was his most treasured past time. Larry will be sorely missed by all who knew him, none more than his broken-hearted family.
Larry is survived by his loving wife Patricia Karen Caudill and two precious sons who have made him so very proud, Haydon Nathanael Caudill and Dylan Michael Caudill. Also mourning his death is his father Gary Caudill, his mother Katie Caudill, four siblings – three brothers Victor (Pam) Caudill, David (Holly) Caudill, and Chris Caudill, and one sister Jacquelyn Caudill, and a very special uncle, his buddy Richard Caudill. His mother and father-in-law Truman and Bobbie Sue Halcomb, to whom he is like a son, and his brother and sister-in-law Mickey and Missy Cornett will miss him greatly. A number of nieces and nephews will mourn his passing as well.
Funeral: 1:00 O'clock P.M. Wednesday, October 14, 2020 at the Jeremiah Missionary Baptist Church with Caleb Combs officiating. Visitation: 6:00 P.M. Tuesday at the Jeremiah Missionary Baptist Church. Burial will follow in the Halcomb Cemetery at Cornettsville, Kentucky.
If you would like to make a donation in Larry Caudill’s memory to the Hope Lodge, which was a God send to his family during this time, you can do so by going to cancer.org and searching for the Hope Lodge in Lexington, Kentucky.
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