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Horsedrawn hearse carries James Noe, Jr to final resting place

2015-03-02 - 100 E Main Block, Campbellsville, KY - Photo from Larry Smith, The Big Dawg 99.9 FM & The WAVE 92.7.
A horse drawn funeral carriage bore Mr. James Lawrence Noe, Jr. from Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home south to Main and west on Main Street through the Downtown Business District he was so much a part of to his final resting place in Brookside Cemetery, on West Main in Campbellsville. The picture was taken today, Monday, March 2, 2015. The horse drawn hearse was a personal request by Mr. Noe, one of the great civic, business, and community leaders of 20th Century Taylor County, KY. Horses were one of his many passions. The driver of the hearse and owner of the horses is Mr. Micah Owens, Crab Orchard, KY. The hearse is owned by Stith Funeral Home of Danville, KY. - Larry Smith, Operations Manager, Shoreline Communications

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