Rockco Funeral Home

805 Birmingham RD, Centreville, AL


Harold Dean McKee

February 2, 1943December 26, 2019

Harold Dean McKee, age 76, of Brent, Alabama passed away on Thursday December 26, 2019. Harold was born February 2, 1943. Harold was a member of the Irondale retired Firefighters Association and Birmingham Firefighters Association He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Annette L. McKee; sons, David McKee(Alecia) of Pinson and Joseph McKee(Lana) of McCalla; daughters, Jenny McKee of Riverchase and Amy Paddock(Jason) of Springville; brothers, Onas McKee, Jr.(Inez) of Pinson, Bobby McKee(Betty Jo) of Locust Fork, James Neal McKee(Jean) of Oneonta, Charles E. McKee(Gwen) of Lineville, Wade McKee(Pat) of Blountsville and Joel McKee(Vanessa) of Fayette; 10 grandchildren, Rachael Malone(Ben), Anna McKee, Jacob McKee(Kimmie), Andrew McKee, Keith Gilmore, Pierson Paddock(Ashley), Corbin Paddock, Evan Paddock, Ian McKee and Dale McKee; great grandchildren, Daniel McKee and Scarlett Malone. He is preceded in death by his parents, Onas S. McKee, Sr. and Jessie Lou McKee.

A visitation for Harold will be held Saturday, December 28, 2019 from 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM at Pondville Baptist Church, Pondville Rd, Brent, Alabama 35034. Funeral service will occur Saturday, December 28, 2019 at 10:30 AM. Burial will occur at Jefferson Memorial Cemetery, 1591 Gadsden Hwy, Birmingham, AL at 2 PM.


  • Jacob McKee
  • Andrew McKee
  • Keith Gilmore
  • Pierson Paddock
  • Corbin Paddock
  • Evan Paddock
  • Ian McKee
  • Dale McKee



  • Visitation Saturday, December 28, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, December 28, 2019


  • Burial


Harold Dean McKee

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Barry M

January 1, 2020

Your The Best Uncle I could Have Ever Ask For. It Hurts Beyond Words To Have Had To Let you Go so Unexpected.....But Knowing Your in God's Presence ...Helps Gives us Comfort in this Very Difficult time We ... ..Love and Miss you Forever Barry

Tracie Tilley

December 27, 2019

Our deepest sympathy to Ms.Mckee and all of the McKee family. Our fondest memories of Mr.Mckee is when he was out riding his four wheeler and would stop by to say hello and to check in on us and give us something Mrs.Mckee had packaged up from their garden. We loved him and Mrs.Mckee as our neighbors and friends. He was always talking about the Lord and we know we will see him again. We sure are going to miss seeing him. God bless you all and give you comfort.
Russell,Tracie and Matthew Tilley