Heady-Hardy Funeral Home

7710 Dixie Highway Louisville, KY


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    Lee M Mccorkle

    General Manager

    Lee has been location manager at Heady-Hardy Funeral Home since December, 2014. He graduated in 1982 with a degree in mortuary science and has served the families in Louisville area since 1980.

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    Paul A Clark

    Funeral Director

    Since 1996 Paul has provided compassionate care to families in the Louisville area. Paul earned his degree in mortuary science from Mid-America College of Funeral Service in 1996. A native of South Louisville, he is a graduate of DeSales High School and is a Navy veteran with ten years of service. He is proud to be a part of the Dignity Memorial® team, guiding you through one of the most personal times in life. When he is not serving families, Paul enjoys spending time with his two daughters.

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    William G Hardy


    William G. Hardy III has been a licensed funeral director since the 1970s, representing 4 generations of service and compassionate care to families at their time of need.

    Bill graduated from Pleasure Ridge Park High School in 1968 and received his bachelor’s degree in mortuary science from the University of Minnesota in 1972. Married since the early 1970s, Bill and his wife, Mary Ellen (McClinton), purchased the family funeral businesses and raised their family in southwest Jefferson County.

    Bill has always been active in furthering the needs of the local community. He and Mary Ellen helped create and are still active members of the National Ski Patrol. He led efforts to get sewers and infrastructure improvements for over 20 years and was on the citizens advisory councils—which lobbied for and helped generate funding for JCC Southwest Campus and Southwest Hospital. He was also on the River Port Assessment Study Project, helping to create thousands of new jobs in the area. Bill was the first president of the Southwest Jefferson County Business Association and was on boards at both Sts. Mary & Elizabeth and Norton Hospitals.

    Bill was also instrumental in the early development of local hospice care and volunteer training, having been first introduced to the movement during his studies in Minnesota.