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Joshua Lee Caudill

Lenoir City, Tennessee

September 15, 1981 - July 6, 2024

Joshua Lee Caudill Obituary

Joshua Lee Caudill


September 15, 1981 - July 6, 2024


Preceded in death by his dad, Tex Caudill. Survived by mother Peggy Hoskins; older brother Anthony Caudill; younger brother Jeremy Caudill, his wife Danielle, and Josh's niece and nephew Anna and Emery along with many other family and friends.


Josh was born in Dayton, Ohio in '81. He was blessed with so much talent in music and playing piano was a passion of his since he was young. He served at his local church as a teen playing in the worship band with his brothers and continued to minister in music for many years. He was not shy; if he was in the room, you knew it. With a great sense of humor, he added color to every conversation. It was said he was one of the most easy going friends. He had a heart of gold, and would do anything for anyone. That his talent was limitless. We wish we could've had more time with him. We are comforted to know we will see him again soon. He is healed, delivered, and has a new home and we can celebrate the life he had here with us while looking forward to seeing him again in the life to come.


"We do not know what to do, but our eyes are upon you." 2 Chronicles 20:12


On Thursday, July 11th at 6:30pm we will hold a Celebration of Life service in the sanctuary of My Father's House Church in Lenoir City and receive any family and friends who wish to attend.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Joshua Lee Caudill hosted by Click Funeral Home.

Joshua Lee Caudill


September 15, 1981 - July 6, 2024


Preceded in death by his dad, Tex Caudill. Survived by mother Peggy Hoskins; older brother Anthony Caudill; younger brother Jeremy Caudill, his wife Danielle, and Josh's niece and nephew Anna and Emery along with many other family and friends.


Josh was born in Dayton, Ohio in '81. He was blessed with so much talent in music and playing piano was a passion of his since he was young. He served at his local church as a teen playing in the worship band with his brothers and continued to minister in music for many years. He was not shy; if he was in the room, you knew it. With a great sense of humor, he added color to every conversation. It was said he was one of the most easy going friends. He had a heart of gold, and would do anything for anyone. That his talent was limitless. We wish we could've had more time with him. We are comforted to know we will see him again soon. He is healed, delivered, and has a new home and we can celebrate the life he had here with us while looking forward to seeing him again in the life to come.


"We do not know what to do, but our eyes are upon you." 2 Chronicles 20:12


On Thursday, July 11th at 6:30pm we will hold a Celebration of Life service in the sanctuary of My Father's House Church in Lenoir City and receive any family and friends who wish to attend.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Joshua Lee Caudill hosted by Click Funeral Home.

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