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Tobias Funeral Home - Beavercreek Chapel

3970 Dayton-Xenia Rd, Dayton, OH

OBITUARY

William "Bill" J. Caudill Sr.

March 4, 1941February 7, 2020
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William J. Caudill Sr., age 78 of Riverside, Ohio passed away Friday, February 7, 2020 at his residence surrounded by his loving family after a two year battle of esophageal cancer. He is preceded in death by his parents and his daughter Kymberly. Bill is survived by his loving wife and care taker Debbie, daughter and son-in-law Gina(Mike)Bonfig, daughter Pamela, and son William Jr., grandchildren; Adam, Ashley, Michael, Alex, Jacob, Sarah Seth, Alayna and William III, five great-grandchildren, sister Maxine, brothers; Chuck, Truman, and Enoch, special brother–in-law and his wife Kevin and Gina Tatman, his loving Labrador and companion “Maggie”. Lots of loving extended family and many wonderful friends. Bill was a member and retiree from Local #1410, he was a member of Moose Lodge #73, member of Alpha Lodge #729. Bill touched many people and everyone loved him. He will be greatly missed. We would like to extend our appreciation and recognition to his dear and loving friend Deborah Fritts, and childhood friend Robert Ankney. Family to receive friends 11:00AM Tuesday, February 11, 2020 at the TOBIAS FUNERAL HOME-Beavercreek Chapel; where service will be held 1:00PM. Burial will follow in the Willow View Cemetery. Condolences can be expressed to the family at www.tobiasfuneralhome.com

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, February 11, 2020
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, February 11, 2020

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Pamme Caudill

February 11, 2020

First let me thank everyone that came today and over the past week to show your respect to a great man. My dad was a good man, excellent father, and touched the hearts of so many. He was his children’s best advocate and staunchest defender. He had an easy smile and a story at hand always. I will never fill the void in my heart from loosing him, nor will the rest of his family. We will have a new dynamic without him, but the best memories. He lived and died on his own terms. I’m truly jealous of the angels tonight.

Kelly Krymow

February 11, 2020

Debbie and family, I am very sorry for your loss, and praying for God's comfort. I will miss Bill. He was a great guy. He was very generous and willing to help others, two great qualities that I looked up to him for. Also he had a great work ethic which is the biggest thing I respected him for, others could learn from him. If something needed fixing and you asked Bill's help, he would willingly share his time and knowledge. Besides work smarts and street smarts, he was wise and shrewd. He was also funny as all heck, and he had a knack for saying things that would surprise you as well as make you laugh.

Bill, thank you for sharing your gifts, talents, humor, and your sense of adventure! I will miss you. It was my honor to know you! --Love, Kelly Krymow

Carla Stanaford

February 10, 2020

Debbie, Billy & Gina and all the loving family members, I am so sorry for your great loss. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time. Much love to you call
Carla "Curtis" Stanaford

Maxine Maslanik

February 10, 2020

It's hard to forget someone that gave us so much to remember! Our brother will live on in our hearts forever.

Michael Storer

February 9, 2020

I'm so sorry for your loss of Bill. He was truly a great friend and faithful breakfast buddy for years. I will never forget his humor, jokes and kindness to me. God bless you and his memory!

Michael Storer
Petersburg, Indiana

Sandy Hobbs

February 9, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. I will surely miss him driving by our house with a honk and a little wave. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Katina & Derek Srode

February 9, 2020

Mr. Bill was a great man. Very kind and caring, and he believed in us! He was certainly the best landlord we’ve ever had and he will be truly missed! Our deepest condolences ❤️
-Srode Family

Judy Paul ( Combs )

February 8, 2020

Bill is my first cousin on my Dad's side of the family. Bill was always joking & laughing each time I was around him. Our family loved it when he would come visit us, we knew we were in for some fun. Everyone that knew him knows he was full of orneriness. He was always telling us how poor & hungry he was !!! Not long after I lost my husband, Tom. My daughter & I was eating at the Melody in Park Layne. We sat across from each other & exchanged a few words. He left before I did. When I got ready to leave, I was told to add on some dessert that he had payed for our bill !!!! That's the kind of man he was. I do know he loved his family very much. We will all miss his sweet smile & kindness he gave others. I pray for peace & healing for all his family & friends. Love you.. RIH....

Debbie Caudill

February 8, 2020

Bill was the love of my life. Bill always told me “ Together Forever!”

Gina Bonfig

February 8, 2020

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