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Jamie Dean Drye Caudill, 56, of Kannapolis died Friday. May 11, 2018 at CHC-Northeast Medical Center, Concord. Death was unexpected.

Jamie was born November 9, 1961 in Cabarrus County, NC a daughter of the late Leroy James and Blanche Hartsell Drye.

Also preceding her in death was a son, Christopher Dean Caudill, a sister, Bonnie Green, and an infant granddaughter.

Jamie was a graduate of Central Cabarrus High School and was an employee of the Waffle House. She enjoyed being with her family.

Family members left are her husband, Tommy E. Caudill, Sr. of Salisbury, one daughter, Cassie Caudill and Richard Knaust of Granite Quarry, three sons; Tommy Eugene Caudill, Jr., Jackson Lee Coty, and Vernon Coty all of Concord, one brother, Arnold (Sissy) Drye of Concord, one sister, Rhonda Pigg of Kannapolis and five grandchildren.

Private services will be held at a later date.

Whitley’s Funeral Home is serving the family of Mrs. Caudill.

Online condolences may be sent to www.whitleysfuneralhome.com
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From: Shelia Roseman
"Precious Foster Sister - We had some great times growing up together during our teenage years, going camping at the beach with M/M Shue and our foster siblings, going to Eastwood Bapt church, listening to our favorite Pastor James Smith and his beautiful wife Connie. I remember when we all got our driver's licenses and all shared the turquoise colored Gremlin, taking turns cruising uptown Concord when "cruising" was legal & "cool." I remember you in your ROTC uniform at Central Cabarrus High School. Boy am I glad I never wore that "dorky" uniform, but you loved it and the crazy folks who hung out in the ROTC lounge with Sergent Shrieve. You were full of fun, laughter, and very beautiful in many ways. There is so much more I could say, but I will end this brief tribute now and say this "You Will Never Know How Much You Were Loved and Cherished." It seems life is so busy for us all that we forget or neglect to tell those whom we Love often enough Just How Much They Matter to Us. You Mattered Jamie to me very much, and even though we have lost contact over the years, I still Dearly Loved You and am Deeply Saddened by your death. I believe you are in Heaven with Jesus, and any hurts and pains you experienced while here on Earth, He has now healed you and made you whole and you are enjoying the beauty of your Heavenly home with family and friends who have went on before you. Someday, we will see each other again, and we'll catch up with each other then. Until then, the "Footprints" you left in the lives of your family and friends will live out your Legacy down here on Earth. You were an Important Part of our Lives!! With Love, Shelia"