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Dollie Opal Caudill, 85, Casey County, KY native (1934-2019)

Dollie Opal Caudill age 85, of Cincinnati, OH passed away on Wednesday December 18, 2019. She was born in Liberty, KY on January 20, 1934, a daughter of the late Clyde and Emma Richards Helm.

Private Services will be held.

Dollie was the widow of Carledes Vince Caudill. She was a former educational food service employee for the Ohio School System.

Survivors include: Two Daughters: Carlene Watson of Cincinnati, OH and Darlene Caudill of Cincinnati, OH, Five Grandchildren, Six Great Grandchildren, Two Great Great Grandchildren, Five Sisters: Geneva Bell of Liberty, Juanita Vannoy of Columbia, KY, Anna Faye Allen of Cincinnati, OH, Margretha Jones of Morning View, KY and Trellis Carmicle of Dunnville, KY and Four Brothers: Roger Helm, Ronald Helm, Gerald Helm and Buel Helm, all of Liberty.

Preceding her in death besides her parents and spouse was Two Brothers: Donald and Verl Helm and One Sister: Phyllis Burke.

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