FLOYD MYRON HUDGINS
|Paris, Tennessee ~ Monday, July 15, 2002
Floyd M. Hudgins
Services for Floyd Myron Hudgins of Paris were scheduled at 1:00 p.m. today at Ridgeway Funeral Home.
Mark Sprague was to officate. Burial was to follow in Hillcrest Cemetery. Visitation was Sunday and today.
Named as pallbearers were Michael French, Dana Willia, Jimmy Merrell, Mark Sprague and Charles Lee.
Hudgins, 72, died Saturday, July 13, 2002, at Henry County Medical Center.
Born July 20, 1929, in Paris, he was the son of Robert (Robbie) Myron Hudgins and Pearl Fowler Hudgins, both deceased.
He was married July 24, 1954, to the former Rose Bell Williams, who survives.
Hudgins worked as a dispatcher for Yellow Cab Company in Paris for five years. He also was employed at Little General Store and Gilberts Market. He was a Baptist.
In addition to his wife, he leaves five daughters: Patricia Whitford, Judy (Mark) Sprague, Brenda Hudgins, and special friend S.F. Terry Lee, Rita Lee, all of Paris, and Kathy (Dana) Willis of Trenton;
Two sons: Robert "Bubba" Hudgins and Larry (Sandy) Hudgins, all of Paris; one sister Nellie Faye Amundsen of Wentworth, South Dakota; one brother: Johny Hudgins of Paris; and seven grandchildren.
He also was proceded in death by a sister: Louise Merrell and a brother: Willie Joe Hudgins.
ADDENDUM to Obituary
Since Floyds employment was listed in this obituary
I cant let pass what probably was his first job. He operated the 'back of the
house', of the former Home Service Laundry, through at least the early to late
1940s. I recall going to the side window and calling him to talk many times, when I
was passing by.
(Note: Floyd was cousin of Buddy Dancy)
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