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Daniel Lane Carver

January 18, 1955     ~     September 11, 2014

Daniel Lane Carver, 59, Horse Cave, died Thursday, September 11, 2014, at his residence. A native of Indianapolis, he was a son of the late Alfred Ervin and Virginia Lea Childers Carver. He was a carpenter and roofer.

Survivors include his wife Ada; two daughters: Stacy Shirley and husband Tommy of Glasgow; Dana Coats and husband Scott of Horse Cave; six grandchildren: Zachary Carver, Sierra Coats, Kaitlyn Coats, Isaac Coats, Jacob Shirley, and Joshua Shirley; four brothers: James Carver and wife Della, Hunter Carver, Roger Carver and wife Bonnie, Kirk Carver and wife Patricia; two sisters: Patricia Wright and husband Roy, and Barbara Holland; several nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two brothers: Donald Carver and Marty Carver; and one brother-in-law: Timmy Holland.

Funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m. Sunday at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home with burial in the Cave City Cemetery. Visitation will be from 12 to 6 p.m. Saturday and before services on Sunday at the funeral home.

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3 Entries for Daniel Lane Carver

  1. Rondall Beams says:

    To Ada and family, Dan was wonderful man. I had worked with him at Mick-Murf const. for several years. He would always make you laugh and have a good time. If you needed anything he was there for you. He will be missed a lot!

  2. Kari Cummins says:

    Dan was a great man. I’m glad I got to talk to him on the 4th of July. He seemed happy and wasn’t hurting. I know right now things are going to be hard but just remember that he is in a better place. He’s not hurting and that he’s up there with all of our other family members that have passed just watching out for us down here. I love y’all and I am here if there is anything I can do.

  3. karen spencer miller says:

    Prayers for The Carver family…I have known them most of my life…just like family. May peace come to you all.