Sally Arneda CaudellOctober 10, 1937 - April 29, 2022
Posted on May 2, 2022 at 5:09 PM • 2 Comments
Sally Arneda Caudell, 84, went home to Jesus on Friday, April 29, 2022, at Christian Health Center in Corbin, Kentucky. Arneda was born to Albert Bray and Nellie Toggle Bray on October 10, 1937, in Corbin, Kentucky.
Arneda met Drexell Caudell at a young age, and they married soon thereafter. Together they raised their only son, Ralph Murphy, whom Arneda lovingly called Jr.
In addition to being a loving wife and mother, Arneda loved spending time with and caring for her family. Throughout her entire life, she held unwavering faith in God. She loved church and sharing the love and warmth of Jesus Christ with as many people as possible.
Arneda joins her parents, Albert and Nellie Bray; her brothers: Earnest Bray, Paul Bray, and Jerry Bray; and her sister, Opal McCoy, in heaven.
She is survived by her loving husband of 65 years, Drexell Caudell; son, Ralph Murphy and wife Melissa; sister, Violet and husband Wilmur; sister, Erma; grandchildren: Rachel Ruff and Beckie Woodall and their children, as well as a host of extended grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Now that Arneda has passed into the arms of the Lord, she would want us to remind ourselves that while this is the end of her physical life on earth, it is the beginning of an eternal and beautiful journey for her.
Funeral services will be held at 2:00 P.M. Tuesday, May 3, 2022, in the Hart Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. Randall Lee officiating. Burial will follow in Locust Grove Cemetery at Keavy, Kentucky. Serving as pallbearers will be Mike Cox, Tommy McCoy, Allen Bray, Joey Coleman, B.J. Cox, and Wilmer VanHook.
The family will receive friends from 12 – 2 P.M. Tuesday at Hart Funeral Home, located at 1011 Master Street in Corbin.
Vonda ChapmanPosted at 19:00h, 02 May
My great friend and neighbor after getting to know her and her husband Drexel I had come to love them both so much. Every night I would go down and dress Drexel’s leg he was such a fine person we would joke and be silly together . He always wanted me to bake some cornbread so he could have milk and bread. Are dead would call and want me toco e and change her sheet’s. I already miss them it will be harder now knowing they won’t be back home. God bless Drexel in his time with out his precious wife. Love you both.
Denny LifordPosted at 19:11h, 02 May
So sorry to hear this. Prayers for Drexell and family.