Liticia C. "Tish" (Ludeman) Claudy

Born: Sun., Jun. 28, 1936
Died: Sun., Jan. 3, 2021


There will be no services at this time, a Celebration of Life Service will be held in June 0f 2021.


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Liticia C. “Tish” Claudy, 84, died on Sunday, January 3, 2021 at her home in Pleasant Lake, Indiana.  

She was born on June 28, 1936 in Indianapolis, Indiana to Carl and Zolah (Ruble) Ludeman.  

Liticia graduated from Manual High School in Indianapolis, Indiana and went on to Beauty School.  

She married Kenneth John Claudy on April 7, 1956.

Liticia worked several different places as a beautician.  She also was the activity director at Angola Nursing Home and volunteered for Cameron Hospice and Home Health.  She was a member of the Salem Center Presbyterian Church and of the Salem Lamplights Homemaker’s Circle.

Surviving are her sons, Aaron Kent (Tatiana) Claudy of Pleasant Lake, Brett Wade Claudy of Ocean Springs, Mississippi, Cyril (Kyong son “Sonny”) Claudy of Angola and Zara Daniel (Audrey) Claudy of Hudson and sister, Kathy (David) Hopkins of Franklin.  Also surviving are her 6 grandchildren, one step-grandchild and one great-niece.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Kenneth John Claudy on Jan. 27, 2011; brother, Paul Ludeman and sister, Phyllis Griffey.  

There will be no services at this time.  There will be a Celebration of Life held in June of 2021.

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Debbie (Hepler) Brewster
   Posted Thu January 07, 2021
Aaron, Brett, Cyril, & Zara, so sorry for your loss. Tish was such a good friend to my mother for over 50 years, she will be greatly missed. Love and prayers to your family.

Barry Simon
   Posted Thu January 07, 2021
So sorry for your loss

Myla Jean Wells
   Posted Fri January 08, 2021
Tish was the activity director in 1983-84 when my father was in the Angola Nursing Home, (now Turning Point Shelter.) He had Alzheimers disease. She was wonderful to him, giving him things to do that he could remember. One time when I went to visit he was helping her snip green beans as they kept a garden there. She gave him popcorn as an afternoon snack. She had musical entertainment with old songs he liked. She always treated him with dignity and respect. They even had a dog that stayed there and he loved dogs. It wasn't a "show place" like some nursing homes today, but because of Tish and others like her, it was a blessing to my family. Her life touched many lives includiing mine because of her kindness. Just wanted you to know. Myla Jean Wells

Norm Fuller
   Posted Fri January 08, 2021
I had many long talks with Tish. She was a special person.

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