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Heady-Hardy Funeral Home

7710 Dixie Highway, Louisville, KY

OBITUARY

Christopher James McCrory

October 18, 1960February 23, 2020
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McCrory, Christopher James, 59, entered into rest on Sunday, February 23, 2020. He was an electrician for Henderson Company and a trained to install fiber optics. He was proud to have worked on the Cardinal Stadium. Mr. McCrory is survived by his wife of 33 years, Patricia; three children, Christopher, Ashley and Kayla McCrory; his mother, Barbara Grant (Ted); a brother, Scott McCrory; and a sister, Theda Decker (Jeff). Cremation was chosen. His memorial service will be on Friday, February 28, at 6pm at the Heady-Hardy Funeral Home, 7710 Dixie Highway. The family will receive visitors from 12 noon until the time of service.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, February 28, 2020
  • Memorial Service Friday, February 28, 2020

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Marilyn Morgan

March 30, 2020

So Sorry to see you leave this earth so soon, I remember you did good things for Henderson Services, LLC (Henderson Electric Co., Inc.) for Bruce and Rodney Henderson - Bless you and your family

Joe Majerak

February 28, 2020

McCrory Family,

Sympathy & condolences to all the family at this difficult time.

Joe & Terry Majerak

Theda Decker

February 28, 2020

Roe Carlino

February 25, 2020

My dear friend, Chris.
Although our lives took us on different paths, when I heard your voice on the phone 2 years ago, you sounded just like the Chris I always knew. Dear friend, you helped me see the way forward through some of my darkest days. Your friendship kept me and my baby alive. Your gentle voice was the calm in my storm. Not only did you give me a job when I felt no one would want to hire me, you gave me the strength to climb the ladder, and the heart to pay it forward with the employees I hired throughout my career. Thank you, Chris, for being there, always a gentleman, and always a guiding light, with a big heart.
I will always be here for Patty and your children if they feel lost. And of course for Barbara, who always was an inspiration, and now has the most unbearable loss of losing a child. Rest in peace, my friend. You were too modest to know, what a mark you left on the world. Love in friendship always,
Roe πŸ’œ

Theda Decker

February 24, 2020

Theda Decker

February 24, 2020

THANK YOU Brother for the memories!!! Sending me the case of Bubble yumm (& my hardworking babysitting money back with it lol) when we lived on Midway Island.πŸ˜‹

Thank you for suggesting I get my own phone in my room so we could talk ANY time & as long as I needed in junior high, without tying up the "family house phone" lolπŸ™„

Thank you for flying me to Florida with you so "you wouldn't have to to drive back to California alone." Loved our road trips!!!

Thank you for going with me & helping me get my first car. 🚘 AND then sitting with me while I recoved after a drunk illegal totaled it 4 months later🀬

Thank you for always listening when I called to cry while taking care of mom & dad.
And then moving here to give me moral support & help with dad.

I WILL MISS YOU TERRIBLE πŸ’”

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