Brenda

March 26, 1944 ~ July 20, 2020

Born in: Greensburg, Ky
Resided in: Edmonton, KY

Brenda Sue Caffee age 76 of Edmonton passed away Monday, July 20, 2020 at her home with her family at her side.   Born in Green County Sue was the daughter of the late Morris and Ruby Bagby Carter.    Sue retired from the Metcalfe County High School lunch room and was  a member of the Foundation Methodist Church.   She loved her church family dearly and was in charge of flowers.    Sue married Edward Caffee, Jr who survives whom she loved very much. Together they raised a loving family.   Sue was a giving person.   She loved to garden, read and was known as a great cook. She is known as having cooked alot for the people in her neighborhood.    She is especially known for her pinto beans and lemonade.   Her love for helping people in the neighborhood also extended to kindness in giving to a multitude of charities.  She was very crafty and loved making doll beds for children out of cardboard boxes.   Besides her husband she is survived by three childred who adored her.    Lynn (Harvey) Hawkins, LeeAnn (Gerald) Jones and Nathan Caffee.  One brother Charles (Olettia) Carter.       Five grandchildren.   Harley (Zeke) McIntyre, HJ Hawkins, Hayden Hawkens, David (Sydney) Jones and Karter Ann (Manuel).      Besides her parents she was preceded in death by a brother and sister.   Kenny Carter and Evon Lobb.   Funeral services for Sue Caffee will be held 1:00 PM   Thursday at Butler Funeral Home in Edmonton with burial in the Hubbard Family Cemetery.   A walk through visitation will be held from 5:00 PM until 8:00 PM Wednesday at the funeral home.   Due to the current Covid-19 Crisis mask will be required and the funeral service will be reserved for close family only.   Butler Funeral Home is both honored and privileged to be entrusted to the care of Mrs Caffee.   Please share your condolences with the family at www. butler-funeralhome.com.

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  1. Sue was one of the sweetest ladies I have ever known! My love & prayers to her family! Keep those precious memories close to your heart!

  2. So sorry for the families loss. She was a very nice person. Talked to her many times and she was always smiling .

  3. I am sorry to hear of the passing of Ms Sue. She was a sweetheart indeed who became endeared to my heart when as a youth i helped her husband Junior on his farm. A great lady.

    • Remember nothing but fond memories of Sue. She stopped to see Courtney when she was born. Lynn came to a birthday party of Courtney’s when they were toddlers. Sue grew up learning food was an expression of love.

  4. Sue was one of the sweetest women I new love her children I am so sorry that she has left us But God knows best Prayers for the family she will be dearly missed

  5. Sue had one of the sweetest smiles and her eyes exuded kindness. She will be greatly missed. The world needs more people like her. My sympathy to her family. I am truly sorry for your loss.

  6. So sorry to hear about her passing. She was always so sweet to me when we worked together. Prayers for the family

  7. I am saddened to learn of the passing of Sue. I have known her all my life. She was the same person every time I saw her. I loved her sweet smile that always graced her face. To Jr and the rest of the family, I pray that you find comfort in knowing she is in Heaven. I know you will greatly miss her.

  8. Sue and I were first cousins. Jr’s. cousin, Joyce and I spent lots of nights at my Aunt and Uncle’s house as girls growing up. We always had a wonderful time. We would talk and giggle over everything and nothing at all.
    Sue and I graduated high school together in Green County.
    We went our separate ways after high school but would occasionally see each other at the Carter Family Reunion and on occasion I would go with Joyce (Caffee) McFarland to the Caffee Family Reunion.
    Sue was a very dear Cousin and will be missed.
    Betty J Burris Duprey

  9. I will remember Sue for having the sweetest smile. She was always such a joy to talk with and left you with warm feeling in your heart.

  10. Sue was one of the most kind hearted and genuine woman I have ever met. Her smile and twinkle in her eyes would light up the room. She will be missed greatly by the entire community and all who have ever crosssed paths with her. All of my love to Jr, Lynn, LeeAnn and Nathan. As well as the spouses and grandkids.

  11. So sorry. Sue was one of the sweetest ladies. She was always smiling and happy. A very special lady!!

  12. Prayers for all the family! Sue was such a sweet person. She gave me one of her doll beds that she made one time for my granddaughters to play with. That was special! 🙏♥️

  13. We were saddened to hear of Sue’s passing. She always had such an endearing smile. I know that you will miss her dearly. We will keep you in our prayers for comfort at this time.
    Ken & Judy Childers

  14. So very sorry to hear this. Sue and my mom worked together at the high school and had alot of fun. Mother always spoke highly of Sue. I thought alot of her too. She was a good , kind Christian lady. Py prayers are with her precious family. Chester and Peggy Spradlin

  15. I’m so sorry for your loss. She was such a sweet lady with a beautiful smile. Have known her and Jr. As neighbors for years. Will miss her.

  16. Thought a lot of Sue. Will miss our that warm smile she always had. Many thoughts and prayers to the family and friends.

  17. Mr. Caffey and family,
    We are so sorry for your family’s loss. Ms Brenda was a sweet, sweet lady and touched many hearts, young and old. Our prayers are with you and your family.
    Byron and Connie Jeffries

  18. I’ve known Sue all of my life. She has always been the person who was smiling and telling things that happened in the past. She has raised a great family and we know she will be missed. Sorry for this loss.

  19. We were very sorry to hear of her passing. She was a wonderful person. I grew up with Sue and her brother Charles in Green County. Prayers for her family.

  20. Some of my fondest meteorites growing up we’re cutting tobacco with Jr and when lunchtime came getting together eat the great lunch that Sue prepared. Phenomenal cook and even better human being. Raised 3 strong , good children and worked beside Jr. for all these years. Some of the hardest working people I have ever known. Our heartfelt prayers to the family and all or love. Thanks Mrs. Sue for all the memories . Sue Romines and the Romines Boys

  21. Some of my fondest meteorites growing up we’re cutting tobacco with Jr and when lunchtime came getting to eat the great lunch that Sue prepared. Phenomenal cook and even better human being. Raised 3 strong , good children and worked beside Jr. for all these years. Some of the hardest working people I have ever known. Our heartfelt prayers to the family and all our love. Thanks Mrs. Sue for all the memories . Sue Romines and the Romines Boys

  22. We were so sorry to hear about Sue’s passing. I remember Sue as always being so kind and funny. Momma has many stories about their times together.

  23. Sue was one of the dearest people that I knew at MCHS…No matter what was going on around her, that cheerful, warm personality just lifted up everyone around her. Their children and children’s children are evidence of the goodness and strength of the love and strength they shared in their home. She will be sorely missed. Deepest sympathy to all the family.

  24. I ate lunch at her house a couple of times and she was always good to me. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

  25. I worked with Sue @ MCHS. She was the sweetest lady & always had that beautiful smile. Love & prayers to the family.

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