Sadie A. Hudgens
Date of Death: September 29, 2019
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Sadie A. Hudgens, 94, of West Lafayette, passed away on September 29, 2019. Sadie was preceded in death by her husband of 67 years, Bernard “Buck” Hudgens. She is survived by her daughters, Pat (Hal) Hefner, Nancy (Jim) Souers, and Janet (Kent) Lindeman, 7 grandchildren, and 6 great-grandchildren. Sadie was a cherished wife, mom, and…

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Jackie Scott left a message on October 3, 2019:
Sadie was a very special lady and a Tri Kappa Sister! She will be missed.
Mary F Fitzgerald left a message on October 3, 2019:
To my favorite alum of Gamma Phi Beta. You were always there for me and Kim as we did our best for the sisterhood. We had so much in common and it was always a pleasure to be in your company! You will be missed. Love in TTKE, Mary
Diana Pennell left a message on October 1, 2019:
My mother, Norma Dirlam, roomed with Sadie at Westminster Village. Mother, Sadie and I had some delightful lunches together in the dining hall. She had an interesting life and had an attitude of gratitude. I remember her when she was active in P.E.O. as well. She was a beloved P.E.O. sister. She will be remembered fondly.
Chris Foley left a message on October 1, 2019:
I worked with Sadie at City Hall - when it was more like a fun family atmosphere. Sadie was so nice to work with and always had a smile. When the City employees were told to park in a lot off site - most of us would cut through the snow to get to the building. I remember telling Sadie that she didn't have to park off site and that, Sonya wouldn't want her to walk that far. Sadie just looked at me and said, I'm no different than anyone else. I tried to explain that she was different (because of her position) but Sadie stayed firm to her conviction. She was a joy to be around. I truly enjoyed working with her - she had a great sense of humor. The older I get the more I appreciate the special people that I meet along my journey and Sadie is one of my special people.
Chris Foley left a message on October 1, 2019:
I worked with Sadie at City Hall - when it was more like a fun family atmosphere. Sadie was so nice to work with and always had a smile. When the City employees were told to park in a lot off site - most of us would cut through the snow to get to the building. I remember telling Sadie that she didn't have to park off site and that, Sonya wouldn't want her to walk that far. Sadie just looked at me and said, I'm no different than anyone else. I tried to explain that she was different (because of her position) but Sadie stayed firm to her conviction. She was a joy to be around. I truly enjoyed working with her - she had a great sense of humor. The older I get the more I appreciate the special people that I meet along my journey and Sadie is one of my special people.
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