Audrey Rose Hudak

Died: February 6, 2019
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Audrey Rose Hudak was called home by Our Lord on February 6, 2019. Beloved wife of the late William Hudak, loving mother to Kathleen and husband Dr. Gary Myers of Nokomis, Florida and son, Michael and wife Cindy of Hamilton, Ontario. Grandmother to Matthew (Krista) and Stephen (Colby) also of Hamilton, Ontario and great-grandmother to Ava. She is also survived by several cousins in the United States.

For the last nine years, Audrey has been a resident of Florida and actively involved in the Senior Friendship Center of Venice. Audrey will be sadly missed by the many whose lives she touched and enriched through the years. A heartfelt thanks to the many caregivers of Tidewell Hospice of Venice, Florida.  Farley Funeral Home in Venice, Florida is handling the arrangements.  A message of condolence may be sent by visiting

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November 18, 2015
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Died: February 6, 2019

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Anna Orr posted on 2/10/19

Sending deepest sympathy to the family of Audrey whom I met in Stoney Creek, many years ago. God Bless!


Evelyn Hallock - Palidwor posted on 2/9/19

My Deepest Sympathy. May she rest in peace. (As a little girl, I was at their wedding in 1956.)


Jean Grady posted on 2/9/19

You will be missed by many, many people.....together again with Bill.


Patti Moreton posted on 2/9/19

My condolences to everyone who is touched by the loss of Mrs. Hudak. She was a wonderful lady. I will always remember her with fondness. Rest in Peace


Susan De Matteo posted on 2/9/19

Dear Mike ,Cindy and family I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your dear mom my thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time. God bless . Susan De Matteo


Renee posted on 2/8/19

I was blessed to know Audrey for a short time. She was always very welcoming, sweet, and always had a beautiful smile and bubbly personality. Very strong lady. Rest in Peace Audrey.


jeanne grady posted on 2/8/19

Dear dear Audrey, the memories of long ago will never be forgotten and will always be cherished. God be with you and Bill -- together once again.


Barbara Mackay posted on 2/8/19

Where to start? Lifelong next door neighbors in Hamilton on Southwood Drive 265 & 269, wonderful childhood memories, running back n forth between houses, playing in the yards, on the street, always a game of pool or risk at the card table, Audrey always getting us something to eat at the kitchen table..every time I came in or out of the house, there was Audrey cutting the grass, sweeping the driveway, returning home from groceries or sitting inside the garage with Bill or on the porch, always busy doing many great times over the years & since the 90’s, many visits to Jaffa, Sarasota & Casey Key more recently. Audrey was like a second Mom to me, we had lots of great conversation & outings. We had many talks about my Mom since she passed & that has always been very meaningful to me. Love you Audrey, forever in my thoughts❤️xo


Dale posted on 2/8/19

Rest in peace mom .Love you and will miss you forever. Always in my heart, say hello to Bill for me.


Julie Rohr posted on 2/8/19

Always remembered and never forgotten. Although you've left us, the wonderful memories remain in my heart and you continue to live on.