Carolyn Haddock Obituary, Death – Carolyn C. “Mrs. Pickle” Haddock, age 75, of Hopkinsville, Kentucky, passed away at Jennie Stuart Medical Center on December 18, 2022, as a result of natural causes. She was hospitalized there for her final days. Funeral Services will be placed at First Christian Church on the afternoon of Thursday, December 22, 2022, at 2:00 p.m., and Reverend Wade Miller will preside over the ceremony.

Following the conclusion of the funeral rituals, the burial will take place at Riverside Cemetery. On Thursday, December 22, 2022, commencing at 11:00 AM and running until 2:00 PM, the viewing will take place at First Christian Church. The event will commence at that time. The family has entrusted the care of the Maddux-Fuqua-Hinton Funeral Home with the responsibility of directing the services associated with the funeral.

The 15th of March, 1947 finds Mrs. Haddock arriving into the world in Christian County, Kentucky. She was born to Emmett Crowell and Cora Flood Crowell, both of whom have now died away. She is their daughter. Carolyn had a career in education but was now retired from the field. She achieved Rank 1 and fulfilled all of the conditions necessary to receive her Counselor Certificate. However, she devoted the majority of her career to CCPS at Morningside Elementary School, where she worked as a teacher for 12 years and as an elementary school guidance counselor for 18 years.

“Mrs. Pickle” worked as a teacher in Fairfax, Virginia, as well as in Ft. Campbell, Kentucky. However, she devoted the majority of her career to CCPS at Morningside Elementary School. She was a member of both the Christian County Literacy Council and First Christian Church, where she had been a member for the past 55 years. She was also a member of the Christian County Literacy Council.

Her sister, Phyllis J. Crowell, had already passed away before she did, making her the third member of her family to join her mother and father in the hereafter.¬†One of her surviving loved ones is her husband of 54 years, Gary J. Haddock, who lives in Hopkinsville. She is also survived by her son, Trinity “Trent” Haddock and his wife Chelsea of Hopkinsville; her daughters, Cari Haddock Manire and her husband Jed of Owensboro, and Amy Haddock Thomas of Elkton; and her eight grandchildren, Megan M. Whitmore

and her husband Chase, Katherine L. Manire, Clayton R. Manire, Evan Thomas, Emily Thomas, and Reese Haddock. Trinity “Trent” Haddock was born in Owensboro, Donations to the First Christian Church, the Christian County Humane Society, or the Christian County Literacy Council can be sent in lieu of flowers to honor her memory. These organizations are all located in Christian County.