Funeral services for Alma Boggs Caudill, 84, were held December 29 in Pound, Va. Graveside services took place December 30 at the Boggs/Caudill Cemetery in the North Fork section of Pound.
A daughter of the late Milton and Fannie Baker Boggs, she was the widow of Coy Caudill. She died December 27 at Whitesburg Appalachian Regional Hospital.
She was also preceded in death by a son, David N. Caudill; two sisters, Lydia B. Duty and Lilly B. Lucas; and three brothers, Burl Boggs, Gene Boggs and Homer Boggs.
Mrs. Caudill was the owner/operator of Sexton’s Flowers in Wise, Va., for nearly 30 years. She was also well known for her homemade candies. She loved to cook and to watch sports, especially the University of Kentucky Wildcats.
Surviving are three daughters, Rhonda Brock and husband J.R. of Nicholasville, and Brenda Garrett and Betty Cook and husband Mike, all of Whitesburg; a daughter-in-law, Rena Pratt of Wise, Va.; grandchildren, Brandon Garrett, Forrest Brock, Elijah Garrett, Caleb Brock, Heath Cook, Malori Cook and Shelley Willett; greatgrandchildren, Aubrey Willett, Jonah Brock, Maximus Cook, Hayden Brock, Brody Garrett, Hudson Brock, Natalie Brock, Ayla Hinkle, Paris Cook and Harlow Brock; two sisters, Lois B. Shortt of Whitesburg, and Ora Fay Profitt, Greensboro, N.C.; and a special cousin (brother), Carson Boggs of Pound, Va.