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Remembering Hillary Hadley: A legacy lives on

About: Candlelight Vigil for Hillary Hadley

By Wendy Gousha

I attended Hillary's vigil last evening.

Maxie and Kathy Hadley were two of the first people I met when we had moved here from Louisville.

They are a couple who are loving and full of life.


Their loss is greater than anything I could ever imagine and no words could console them at this time.

They are forever in my prayers.

I would like to say how proud I am of the youth in this community and of the Adair Co High School Band, past and present.

Last night after the prayer, band members stood proud as they chanted their band cheer in memory of Hillary, and as the cheer echoed thru the field, tears and sobs echoed louder afterwards.

I am very proud to know the Hadleys and to see such a legacy live on. God Bless you.


This story was posted on 2010-08-13 09:30:50
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