- ADVERTISEMENT -

Celebrity Obituaries

Review this week's trending celebrity news stories


Share This Obituary


"And God shall wipe all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away" Revelation 21:4 Mr. Sudds was born October 30, 1930, in Mansfield, Louisiana, to the late Jefferey and Roberdia Sudds Sr. He was the second son of five children. Jeffery Sudds Jr. and Birda Ruth Marsh preceded him in death. He received a love for Christ at an early age uniting with the St. Elizabeth Baptist Church, Holly, Louisiana. He attended Desota High School, Grambling State College, and graduated from Southern University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He taught school in Caddo Parish. Later he moved to Denver Colorado. He received degrees in Psychology/Guidance and Counseling at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado and University of Northern Colorado Greely, Ed.S, Colorado. He was the first founding president of Southern University Alumni Chapter in Denver, Colorado. He holds a life membership in the Southern University Alumni Chapter, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Phi Delta Kappan Professional Organization, a member of Foreign Wars and received an Honorable Discharge in U.S. Armed Forces. His church affiliation and long time service is with the Macedonia Baptist Church Denver, Colorado; Member of the Board of Trustees, finance committee, and member of the Men's Chorus, Sweet and dear memories of Hurfery will forever linger in the mind of his survivors; daughters Hurfretta Sudds-Johnson (Dwight Johnson), Moreno Valley, Kim Nervis, Mansfield, Louisiana, son, Hurfery Dennis Sudds-Baxter, sisters, Reverend/Dr. Frances Fox (Dr.Arthur Fox), Earnestine Sudds, two uncles, Green Whitaker, Shreveport, Louisiana, Dave Whitaker, Sacramento, California, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends. Acknowledgement: The family of Hurfery L. Sudds will be eternally grateful to God for friends like you for your expressions of love and concern extended during our bereavement. Your prayer were uplifting. Special Thanks to New East Baptist Church, Mansfield, Louisiana, Reverend William Smith, Pastor, and DeSoto High School Classes 1950-1955.

Funeral Home
Caldwell-Kirk Funeral and Cremation Services
2101 Marion Street Denver, CO 80205
Tel. (303) 861-4644
Email Us

SEARCH OTHER SOURCES