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James Lloyd Capps, 94, Campbellsville, KY (1927-2022)

James Lloyd Capps of Campbellsville passed away on Friday, January 8th, 2022, at Taylor County Regional Hospital. He was 94 years old.

The funeral will be held at 2pmET on Tuesday, January 11, 2022, at Auberry Funeral Home, 503 East Main St., Campbellsville, with Bro. Dan Durham officiating the service. Burial will follow at Brookside Cemetery.

Visitation is requested on Tuesday, January 11, 2022, from 11amET until 2pmET at Auberry Funeral Home in downtown Campbellsville.


James Lloyd Capps, formerly of Smith Ridge, Kentucky, son of the late George Fayette Capps and Jenny Carmon Spear Capps, was born June 9th, 1927, in Cumberland County and departed this life on Friday, January 8th, 2022, at Taylor County Regional Hospital.

He professed his faith in Christ and a member of Robinson Creek Baptist Church. He served as a deacon and was instrumental of building the new church. Lloyd enjoyed farming and owned a car dealership for many years.

Survived by two sisters: Eva Mintz of Schererville, Indiana and Loletta Kidd of Campbellsville, Kentucky.

Twenty One Nieces and Nephews: Carmon Shires and her husband, David, of Lewisville, Texas; Lois Buck and her husband, Todd, of Plano, Texas; Danny Lovett of Campbellsville, Kentucky; David Lovett of Athens, Texas; Ruth Foster and her husband, Chuck, of Athens, Texas; Norma Simpson and her husband, Danny, of Campbellsville, Kentucky; Linda Wethington and fiance Albert Parrott of Elizabethtown, Kentucky; Faye Wilcox of Portland, Tennessee; George Mullins and his wife, Margaret, of Cincinnati, Ohio; Marietta Mullins of Elizabethtown, Kentucky; Roger Dale and Julie Capps of Port Huron, Michigan; Norman Capps and his wife, Charlotte, of Lima, Ohio, Regina Evans and her husband, Boyd, of Wapakoneta, Ohio; Jimmy Phillips and his wife, Janet, of Robards, Kentucky; Marie Stuecker and her husband, Jim, of Elizabethtown, Kentucky; Paul Phillips and his wife, Linnea, of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; George Phillips of Nicholasville, Kentucky; Ken Button and his wife, Carol, of Akron, Ohio; Karen Kroczek and her husband, Thomas, of Munster, Indiana; Mindy Mordecai of Baltimore, Maryland; and Michael Mintz of Munster, Indiana.

Besides his parents, Lloyd is preceded in death by:

One brother and four sisters: Edward Capps, Aria Mullins, Francis Phillips, Ina Lovett, and Mary Edna Capps.

Two nieces and one nephew: Betty Cornett, Nancy Moore, and Donald Mullins.

Pallbearers are Norman B Capps, Danny Lovett, George Mullins, Norman Simpson, Eddie Capps, Jimmy Phillips, and Danny Simpson.

Auberry Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be left at www.auberryfuneralhome.com.


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