OBITUARY

William Thomas Hudgins

January 14, 1969March 20, 2019

William Thomas Hudgins was born on January 14, 1969 and passed away on March 20, 2019 in Macon, Georgia.

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William Thomas Hudgins

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Janet Faglie (Epple)

March 26, 2019

I am so so sorry to hear this! Billy and I were in the same class/grade at Gilead and I just remember how nice he always was with such a kind spirit!! Such a nice guy who everyone liked!!

Prayers for you and your family!! ❤️

Janet Epple Faglie


Jennifer Cobb

March 26, 2019

So sorry for the loss. It is hard to believe we are all grown up now. Gilead was such a long time ago. Everything was so much simpler then.

We are praying for you all.
Jennifer Cobb
James Smith
Brian Welch

Suzanne Mulkey

March 26, 2019

I have very vivid memories of Billy from school days. He was quiet, and I respected him for that. I was not a quiet child and always wished I could be more like Billy in that regard. His family will be in my prayers.

William Herndon

March 26, 2019

From K5 - 9th grade we spent days at GCA. I was just telling your “niece” how sad it is that we spent all that time together, lived in the same town and have not ran across each other’s path since the end of 9th grade. Rest In Peace buddy.

Melanie Eubanks

March 25, 2019

He was Billy to me. He was always clowning around and at times the pesky little “brother”. We grew up together. We went to school together. We got in trouble together, we fussed with each other, the typical sibling stuff...only we weren’t siblings. We knew we really weren’t brother and sister but it was easier to let people believe that or that we were cousins than know that he was my younger uncle. Back then and the private Christian school we attended, as kids it was kinda embarrassing to be recognized as having the “different” family dynamics. Today? Me and Billy would probably have been expelled for telling them what they could do with their opinions of our “different” family dynamics. I remember he never seemed to get in trouble but I was the one who always seemed to manage to find a way to get us there! He left to be a Hero in the Armed Services and I went another direction, and those days seemed to have disapperead. Hearing of his death has brought all those memories of me, him and Larry telling ghost stories in the dark (or Larry telling them and scarying the crap out of us), all the holidays and other crazy Hudgins memories we had. My heart is so very sad knowing I never got to say goodbye “brother”.