Virgil Alexander Hudson, Sr., 95, of Haymarket, Virginia, passed on February 5, 2018, at Novant Health UVA Haymarket Medical Center. He was born on November 10, 1922.
Virgil is survived by his son, Virgil (Mable) Alexander Hudson, Jr. of Haymarket, VA; one daughter, Sarah (Lloyd) Lawson of FL; 5 grandchildren; 6 great grandchildren; and 18 great-great grandchildren.
A graveside service will be held on Wednesday, February 14, 2018, 2:00 pm, at Culpeper National Cemetery, 305 US Avenue, Culpeper, Virginia, 22701.
Culpeper National Cemetery
Wednesday February 14th, 2018
305 US Ave.
Culpeper, VA 22701
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My heartfelt condolences to the family during your time of bereavement. Many can relate to what it feels like to be touched by sting of death. What has helped us to cope were scriptures like John 5:28,29; Revelation 21:3,4; Isaiah 25:8; 1 Peter 5:7. Reading and thinking on these scriptures can help to bring you comfort and strength in the weeks, months and years to ahead. Knowing that your loving heavenly Father understands and cares about what you are going through at this time can be a real source of strength and comfort you need. Plus He plans to bring back to life those we have lost in death in the future so near now.
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My condolences go out to the family. As you prepare to lay your loved one to rest, to sleep in death for just a little while (John 11 : 11) I hope your family will find solace in the promise of Jesus to awaken those who are now sleeping in death. God has promised that the dead who are in his memory will be resurrected to life in a righteous new world. ( Psalm 37 : 29
Submitted by P Land on Feb 12 2018 08:50:25 AM
To the Family & Friends of Virgil Alexander Hudson, Sr.
When our loved ones fall asleep in death it can be very devasting. When we think about how certain species of trees can live over 100 + years. We may wonder why we as humans only have only an expectant life span of 70 or perhaps 80 years. Romans 5:12 explains why this is so. Isaiah 25:8 tells us that his his due time, Almighty God will swallow up death forever. He will restore life to many who have fallen asleep in death.
Submitted by Annette on Feb 12 2018 07:43:59 AM
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