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Rose Hill Funeral Home & Rose Hill Burial Park

2565 Princeton Rd., Hamilton, OH

OBITUARY

Lucy E. Caudill

March 26, 1929June 21, 2020

Lucy E. Caudill, 91 years old, passed away on 21 June 2020 at her home in Hamilton, Ohio.

She was born on 26 March 1929 in Hamilton, Ohio to the late Walter and Orpah Welsh. Lucy attended Hamilton High and graduated in 1947. She married Bobbie R Caudill on 09 November 1951 in Hamilton, Ohio. In her spare time she enjoyed bowling, watching the Cincinnati Reds and her beloved Cincinnati Bengals (an original season ticket holder in 1968). She is survived by her children Michael Caudill (spouse Kathleen Kenny), Victoria Klapper (spouse Michael Klapper), Cheryl Bundy (spouse Thomas Bundy), Sandy Fitch (spouse David Fitch), and Edward Caudill (spouse Nancie Caudill) along with 14 grandchildren and numerous great grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. Lucy was preceded in death by Bobbie Caudill her husband of 63 years. A ceremony will be held at 9:00 am on 24 June at the Rose Hill Funeral Home, followed by burial next to Bobbie. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that donations be made to Hospice of Cincinnati.

  • FAMILY

  • Lucy is survived by her children Michael Caudill (spouse Kathleen Kenny), Victoria Klapper (spouse Michael Klapper), Cheryl Bundy (spouse Thomas Bundy), Sandy Fitch (spouse David Fitch), and Edward Caudill (spouse Nancie Caudill) along with 14 grandchildren and numerous great grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, June 24, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Memories

Lucy E. Caudill

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Karen Clendenin

June 23, 2020

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Caudill family. Lucy will be greatly missed. Have wonderful memories of bowling with her and her two daughters (Vickie and Cheri) along with my mother. We had some fun times at the various bowling alley's, whether it was league bowling or various tournaments. Just remember when you are bowling on the heavenly alley's upstairs to raise your hand when the 5 pin is left standing on the alley. God bless you Lucy.

Dwight and Karen Clendenin

David Fitch

June 23, 2020

My sons never knew their grandparents since they passed before the boys were born. After meeting Sandy in 1990 Bob and Lucy welcomed us into their hearts and home. They gave a sense of belonging to an extended family and a sense of security we hadn't known. We will miss her little chuckle laugh, but not her love. That will always be in our hearts.

Rest in peace

Joni Ellington

June 22, 2020

Lucy and my mom were great friends prior to getting married. Their friendship continued with a wonderful group of women known fondly as “Card Club”. Us kids grew up with all these kids and have wonderful memories of the picnics, get-togethers and of course, card club nights. I know for sure, that she and Bob, both, are up in heaven with everyone else, and having a grand time catching up and playing cards. Not to mention, bowling!!! Love you sweet Lucy and give my mom a hug for me!!❤️❤️

Wendy (Hubbard) Breeze

June 22, 2020

I will always remember my childhood with the Caudill family...my second family. Lucy would let us run loose doing whatever we wanted, until we did something we shouldn't. That's the only time she would scold us. Lucy, I considered you my second Mom, and our last visit a couple years ago brought back so many loving memories. I love you and will miss you! You raised five good, kind, loving children who I know will miss you dearly. Rest is peace, sweet Lucy!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY