STEPHENVILLE- Services for Eddie Caudle who went to be with the Lord after a long battle with Parkinsonís disease and a stroke, will be held at the Stephenville Funeral Home on Saturday at 1 p.m. with a full honors masonic burial at graveside. The viewing time will be at 12:30 p.m. prior to services. He will be buried beside his son and his parents at Garden of Memories Cemetery.

Eddie was born in Cisco, to Oren E. and Bluebell Caudle who have preceded him in death.

Eddie served his country in the army, was a homebuilder for over 50 years and was proud to be a Mason and a Shriner. His favorite hobby was always cutting horses where he served in several leadership capacities with the NCHA~ National Cutting Horse Association. Eddie also enjoyed rebuilding and showing old cars, fishing and hunting. He truly lived life to the fullest and he will be greatly missed.†

Eddie is leaving behind his wife of 37 years, Tewana Caudle and one sister, Jimmy Bear of Stephenville. Eddie had two sons, Dickie Caudle, who passed into heaven in 1978 and Danny Caudle, of Granbury. He had two step-daughters Ty Ann Harrell Tillman and Quana Harrell Campbell and several loving grandchildren, Blaze Caudle, Laney Caudle, DJ (Danny Junior) Caudle, Trace Tillman, Boone Campbell, Daron Campbell and six great-grandchildren.†

In lieu of flowers, he requested donations be sent to horse rescue: Never-E-Nuff Acres, Inc. P.O. Box 64 Midlothian, TX 76065, 972-765-1823 or 877-378-4630 info@neverenuffacres.org

?Online condolences may be made at www.stephenvillefh.com