Charles McGuire

Obituary of Charles Frankllin McGuire

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Charles F. McGuire , 86 husband of Melissa Caywood McGuire, of Harrodsburg, KY died January 6, 2023. Born June 20, 1936 in Adairsville, GA., he was the son of the late Frank D. And Willie Cochran McGuire. His family moved to Lynch, KY when he was an infant and he grew up in the coal camp and graduated Lynch High School in 1954. He was a veteran of the United States Air Force having joined in 1954 and played saxophone in many of the infantry bands. He was last stationed at Thule Greenland before he discharged in 1961. He went on to work at IBM in Lexington, KY until his retirement in 1991. After his retirement he enjoyed his great passions for gardening, wood working, going to the gym and his dogs. Survivors in addition to his wife, include one daughter Laura (Kendall) Perrine of Houston, TX. Nieces Eden(Russel) Crothers of Mascoutah, IL and Michaela (Paul) David-Justus of Severn, MD. His wife would like to thank the many nurses and staff at Heritage Hospice who provided wonderful care during his illness. Along with many friends who came to see him frequently if not every day. Jeremy(Rachel) Robinson, Lee Luthe, Jamie(Sherri) Barker, Jeremy Barker, Bob(Paula) Cairns, Kathy(Steve)Goldsberry and Kenny Sussman. At Chuck’s request there will be no services held. At a later date his ashes will be scattered in his favorite place on his farm and Yellowstone National Park. Memorial contribution are suggested to Heritage Hospice, Inc. P.O. Box 1213, Danville, KY 40422
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We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Ransdell Funeral Chapel Inc.
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