Ad Spot

Harold Lee Gaddis

Harold Lee Gaddis

1947-2020

Harold Lee Gaddis, 73, died Friday, October 23, 2020. Harold was born in Boyle County on August 25, 1947 to the late Thomas and Euna Gaddis. He attended Junction City High School and was a member of Mt. Freeman Baptist Church. Harold loved farming, he worked at Certified Brakes, enjoyed Tennessee Walking Horses, and Nascar. Harold married his wife Nancy in 1964, his family being his greatest love. He was predeceased by a son, Bruce Gaddis; brothers, William Thomas Gaddis, James Gaddis, Gary Wayne Gaddis, and a sister, MaryAnn Vernon.

In addition to his wife Nancy Preston Gaddis, Harold is survived his daughter, Tracy (Jeff) Matherly; son, Darrell (Jada) Gaddis; sister, Patsy Lunsford; grandchildren, Patrick Gaddis, Justin Clarkson, Kyle Clarkson, Kelsey Gaddis, Wesley Gaddis, Logan (Alyx) Walls, Noah Hughes, Brooke (Sawyer) Hicks, Lee Alan Gaddis; Great-grandchildren, Lexie, Remington, Gracin, Brantley, Chyianne, and Eli.

Visitation will be 5-8pm Tuesday at Stith Funeral Home, Junction City. Memorial donations are suggested to St Jude Children’s Research Hospital www.stjude.org or Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Race for the Cure

ww5.komen.org Hugs from Home and online guestbook available at www.stithcares.com

BREAKING NEWS

Danville Police seek suspects in more than 30 vehicle break-ins; Truck, firearm stolen from home in Perryville

News

Students collect food for the needy

News

Kentucky’s oldest Navy veteran dies at 107

News

City taking bids to demolish, develop Walker Hall property

News

Danville Christian Academy files suit against governor

News

Court records Nov. 23, 2020

News

Governor asking houses of worship to stop indoor services for weeks

Features

Wilderness Trail Distillery advances to new distillery level

News

Reactions vary from Ky. Baptist pastors over Beshear’s request

News

City working to align employees’ pay with work experience

News

Farmers Bank purchases old church building

News

Race relations organization disbanding, but work is ‘far from over’

News

Architectural Heritage Board recommends moratorium on public art

News

Today is 45th annual Great American Smokeout

Boyle County

Courthouse gets a ‘deep clean’ after employees test positive for COVID-19

News

Farmers market expands to Thursday evenings through the holidays

News

Kentucky records third biggest COVID total in a day, record number of deaths

News

Police blotter Nov. 16, 2020

News

Parklet installed at Bluegrass Pizza and Pub

News

‘Every day is Saturday’: Detective Major Peel retires from DPD

Public Records

Boyle County property transfers, Nov. 17, 2020

Public Records

Boyle County court records, Nov. 17, 2020

News

Harrodsburg man crashes, arrested on drug-related charges, fleeing police

News

2020 Best in Business announced