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Warren L. Goad

Warren Goad

Warren L. Goad, 88, Glasgow, passed away Wednesday, June 24, 2009 at T.J. Sampson Community Hospital. He was born in Tompkinsville, KY to George and Alice (Emberton) Goad.

He was a retired banker from New Farmers National Bank and served 50 years in the banking industry, was a veteran of WWII, a member of the Glasgow Baptist Church, the Glasgow Rotary Club and the Glasgow Country Club.

He was preceded in death by his parents, four sisters and five brothers.

Survivors include his wife Cleva (Carter) Goad, his son Richard Goad, his two daughters Evelyn Culver (Larry) and Barbara Taylor (Ted); five grandchildren; six great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services are 2:00 pm, Saturday, June 27 at Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home, 801 N Race St, Glasgow with burial at Happy Valley Memorial Gardens; Visitation is Friday, 4:00 to 7:00 pm and Saturday prior to services.

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5 Entries for Warren L. Goad

  1. Cheryl Fox Spencer says:

    Cleva and Barbara… though I’ve known your family for years, I haven’t seen any of you for
    years as well. Warren was one of the finest men I ever had the priveledge of knowing. He had a very kind spirit and was so graciously nice to all. I learned so much from him in the way of managing my money. When I was only 20, he (through the bank) loaned me $200 on a personal note, which I was required to pay back in 60 days. Warren taught me however, that I could pay a little on the note during the 60 days and when it came due, I wouldn’t own as much. I leaned on him many times after that for that type of help and I learned what a fine man he was. I also experience his kindness away from the bank; he would always speak and ask me how I was doing, or how my golf game was coming along. These type of men we rarely find in this day and time. I know this has been a little lengthly, but I certained wanted to remember him and you and your families at that time. Thinking of each of you in prayer. Sincerely, Cheryl

  2. Mary Smith McPeak says:

    Family of Warren Goad,I knew Mr. Goad for many years ,through the bank.He was a very kind and nice man.I also was in school at Liberty Street with Evelyn,and just wanted to say Im so sorry for this familys loss.You all have wonderful memories to share of him.He had lots of friends that he made over the years all of different age groups,he was that kind of person.However,the earths loss is heavens gain.

  3. Emogene Settle says:

    Dear Cleva, I am so sorry I did not know about Warren when I was in the Beauty Shop the other day…My thoughts and prayers are with you . Love Emogene

  4. David & Sharon Billingsley says:

    Sorry for your loss. May God comfort you as only He can & give you His peace that passes all understanding. I pray that you will feel His presence with you today and in the days to come. Blessings.

  5. Rosemary T. Johnston says:

    Dear Mrs. Goad,

    I’ve know Evelyn, Larry Joe and their girls for years. I’m so sorry for your loss, and know this will be a huge adjustment for you. Just wanted you to know that I would be praying for you, and also Evelyn, Barbara, and Richard as the next weeks and months pass. May God’s comforting hand be upon you.

    Love, Rosie Johnston