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Louis Pace

Louis Pace

September 28, 1927     ~     November 29, 2014

Louis Pace, 87, Glasgow, passed away peacefully on November 29, 2014. He was born on September 28, 1927 to the late Roy Edison and Lena Williams Pace.

Louis grew up on his family farm in Lecta, KY, and professed faith in Christ at an early age. After serving in World War II, he was employed as a store manager for A & P Grocery in Campbellsville. Later, he returned to Glasgow and was co-owner of the Dairy-O Drive In. Following his retirement, he enjoyed working at George J’s where there was always warm coffee, ice cream, and good conversation. He was an avid golfer and coin collector, and enjoyed being outdoors.

He is survived by one son Alan Pace and wife Palvena of Campbellsville; three granddaughters: Jane Ashley Pace and Lindsay Pace Clements and husband Thomas all of Lexington, and Leslie Pace Davis and husband Chris of Campbellsville; two great-granddaughters: Parker Kate and Pace McCall Davis; one brother: James Pace and wife Marie of Glasgow; one sister: Lois Pace Norman of Glasgow; several nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife Edna Crenshaw Pace; an infant son: Gregory; one sister: Margaret Imogene Pace; three brothers: Jewell Pace, Harold Pace, and Noble Pace.

Funeral services will be held 11:00 a.m. Monday at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home with burial in the Neal’s Chapel Cemetery. Military honors will be provided by Glasgow Chapter 20 DAV. Visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Gideons International or to the Neal’s Chapel Cemetery, c/o William Browning, 110 Macintosh Way, Glasgow, KY 42141.

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4 Entries for Louis Pace

  1. Connie Hicks Hunt says:

    Alan, I am so very sorry to hear about your Dad. I don’t know if you will remember me but I am the daughter of John Hicks & Patty Marcum. We spend a lot of time with your family what seems like years ago. I didn’t know your Mom had passed. Mother always loved Edna & Louie. I am praying for you & your family.

  2. Jane H Baker says:

    He was a wonderful gentleman who was always so friendly and happy. He has left his mark on Glasgow and all who knew him.

  3. Botts & Gaye Walker says:

    So sorry Louis was always the same when ever you saw him. So friendly.

  4. Debbi Etherton says:

    So sorry for the families loss. Louis was a great friend to all who knew him. I have not seen him since I left Glasgow 16 years ago., but enjoyed knowing him and working for him and Lois at Dairy-0. He will be missed by all.