May 27, 1934 ~ January 25, 2021

Born in: Edmonton, KY
Resided in: Edmonton, KY

Edward Caffee, Jr., 86, of Edmonton passed away Monday, January 25, 2021 at T.J. Samson Community Hospital in Glasgow.   Born May 27, 1934 the son of the late Edward Sr. and Bessie Wilson Caffee.

Junior as he was known, farmed all his life in the Gascon Community of Metcalfe County.   He had deep appreciation of the land and took pride in his work.   Junior was a great family man.    He loved his companion Brenda Sue without end,  who passed away July 20, 2020.   Junior was more than a father to his children and grandchildren.    He was a friend and even in the end of his journey was still advising them how to succeed in this life.   In his spare time, he could be found at Valley Fertilizer sharing stories both old and new.

Junior is survived by his children.   Lynn and husband Harvey Hawkins, LeeAnn and husband Gerald Jones and Nathan Caffee.   Five grandchildren.   Harley (Zeak) McIntyre, HJ Hawkins, Hayden Hawkins, David Austin Jones and Karter Ann Jones. Junior is also survived by a brother in law and sister in laws.   Wanda Caffee, Jo Ann Caffee, Shirley Caffee, Charles and Olettia Carter.

Besides his parents and wife Junior was preceded in death by three brothers and two sisters.   Bobby, Russell and Phillip Caffee.   Gertie Bunch and Bertha Wilson.

Funeral services for Junior Caffee will be held 1:00 PM, Friday at Butler Funeral Home in Edmonton with burial in the Hubbard Family Cemetery.   Visitation will be held from 4:30 PM until 8:00 PM Thursday,  and after 9:00 AM Friday  until service time.

Butler Funeral Home is both honored and privileged to be entrusted to the care of Edward Caffee.   Messages of Condolence can be shared with the family at www.butler-funeralhome.com.   Anyone wishing to pay their respects in person will be required to wear a mask or other face covering to protect the health of the family and others in attendance.

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  1. My deepest condolences and love to the family. Junior was a good man and taught everyone he was around something about life. He will be missed dearly.

  2. Sorry for your loss. Jr will be greatly missed. Have known him since I was a little girl going to his moms with Pa Brock, and have lived by him for years. Have missed him going up and down road. Rest In Peace.

  3. Will forever miss seeing Jr and Sue the smiles on the faces of them two will be missed.
    You know they are happy and together again. Love you all. Farmer for a Farmer

  4. Junior was a staple in Metcalfe county, most of us kids growing up earned our spending money by working in the tobacco fields of this wonderful man. He was always there to help the ones that we’re willing to get their hands dirty. Rest In Peace Mr Caffee, you will be missed.

  5. I am so sorry for your loss! I love you all and I will keep you in my prayers! Grandpa was a spacial man whose heart will never be forgotten.

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