Celebrating the life of Rebecca Ann Ludvick
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She took great pride in being the wife of Rudolph (Bobby) Ludvick, she has photo albums full of the joy he brought to her life every day.
Rebecca often said, “give me my flowers while I yet live”. When she fell ill she could no longer have actual flowers so she placed a picture of each of her children where the flowers would have sat and said, these are my flowers.
She had a direct line to God himself, we use to tell her. If her children or anyone who loved her was sick, had job problems, etc., would call her on the phone, she would say “I’m going to go talk to my Father” and it would be resolved.
Rebecca was also a gardener, so when you see flowers in your path, take the time to admire them because you never know, it could be her saying hello.
In closing we would like for everyone to know, Psalm 30:5 “Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning”.
Rebecca leaves to cherish her memories: her husband, Rudolph Ludvick of Blackstone, VA; her children, Al Smith Peacock of Union, NJ, Allotey Peacock of Manhattan, NY, Anna Peacock of Stroudsburg, PA, Aldenise Moore of Florence, SC and Gertrude Chester of PA; grandchildren, Daryl, Alexxis and Alexander Moore, Joshua, Alexandra, Sabriena, Aaron and Sydney Peacock; great grandchildren, Madyson, Caeley, Caysen, Kareem, Alexander and Gavin; grand daughters-in-law, Latoya, Andrea, Christine and Stephanie; other relatives and friends.
Private Graveside Services Friday, May 15, 2020 at Greenview Cemetery, Blackstone.
W.E. Hawkes & Son Funeral Home of Blackstone in charge of arrangements.
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