Lloyd C. Holladay passed away early Saturday morning at the Waters of Covington Nursing Home. He was 80.
Born January 23, 1932 at Darlington, he was the son of Roy Everett and Ruby E. (Cain) Holladay. He attended Darlington High School and later worked for Crown Cork & Seal, retiring in 1990.
Mr. Holladay was a veteran of the United Stated Navy, serving in Korea during the Korean War.
He enjoyed playing the banjo and mandolin, loved bluegrass music and had played for square dances in Darlington. During the past several months, he was often visited by members of the Grace and Truth Ministries for prayer and worship.
Surviving family members include his sons Dan (Amy) Holladay of Ladoga, Russell Holladay of Darlington, Clint Holladay of Crawfordsville; daughters Misty (Justin) Butler of Waynetown, Deloris Orosco of Texas, Lori Libbey of Lebanon, Amy (Shawn) Leep of North Salem, Kelly Holladay of Lebenon; sisters Janet Serauskis of Kentucky, Joyce Bellman of Darlington, Frances Emery of South Carolina, brother Roy Holladay of Kentucky, 20 grandchildren and 1 great-granddaughter
He was preceded in death by brothers Charles and John Holladay; sister Mildred Holladay Leslie; son Chris Holladay; great-granddaughter Serenity Butler; half-brother Ralph Davis and half-sister Eleanor Steward.
A funeral service will be 4:00pm Wednesday at Burkhart Funeral Home, Crawfordsville, with Reverend Dan Aldrich officiating. Visitation will be Wednesday from 1:00pm until the time of service. As requested by Lloyd, cremation was chosen.
Online condolences and remembrances can be made at www.BurkhartFH.com.