David Caudill

David Caudill

Monday, August 26th, 1935 - Thursday, February 25th, 2021
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David Lee Caudill, 85 of Roanoke, passed away on Thursday, February 25, 2021. He was the retired President and COO of Dominion Bankshares, former President of the local chapter of the American Red Cross, was instrumental in brokering the construction of the Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center, was a member of the Carilion Medical Board for 35 years, a graduate of Virginia Tech, and was “an artist who never picked up a paintbrush”.

David was preceded in death by his parents, Paul Callie Caudill and Gladys Marie Crawford Caudill. Surviving are his loving wife of 35 years, Cynthia Hale Caudill; two sons, David Scott Caudill and Michael Lee Caudill; four grandchildren, and a brother, Alvin Caudill.

The family would like to express their sincere appreciation to Woodland Hills for their loyal and dedicated care of David. A memorial service will be scheduled at a future date. Online condolences may be made at www.oakeys.com.
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Linda F Whitenack

Posted at 02:27pm
Cindy, so sorry to hear about Dave. I remember being on the plane with him when you and went to Northern VA. I am back in Roanoke, so if I can do anything, please give me a call.

Linda Thomas Schuyler

Posted at 08:57am
Sympathy to family & friends. May God comfort & console you now & in the days ahead. Remember the good old days of banking.

Gary Bowman

Posted at 03:11pm
From the team at Bowmans Woodworking. Sorry to hear about your loss. We surely enjoyed our working together with Dave on the cabinet projects for your homes. Very witty with that twinkle in his eyes. He made us feel right at home. I remember the first home at the lake. He was very involved in the process and pitched right in with the work. If I may say so , that's when he had the ponytail and seemed just like one of the guys!!! You take care. Gary Bowman

Pat Perdue

Posted at 09:17am
Dave was a great boss and an even better friend. We were together about 20 years. My deepest sympathy to Cindy, Scott and Michael.

Pat Perdue

Carl Bumgarner

Posted at 11:31am

Betsy and I were so glad that we met you and Dave. Even though it was only a few years ago both of you made us feel like old friends. He will be greatly missed by those that knew him and I will never forget some of the conversations we enjoyed together at Montano's.

Carl & Betsy Bumgarner

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