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A motorcycle hearse to carry Joe Gadberry to final resting place

2017-07-04 - 210 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener,
A Motorcycle Hearse will carry Joe Gadberry to his final resting place at Chestnut Grove Cemetery, 54 Chestnut Grove Road, Breeding, KY this afternoon following the service, which starts at 1pmCT, today, July 4, 2017. It will be a first ever event for Adair County and only the second time in Kentucky that a motorcycle hearse has been used. The hearse is styled after horse-drawn hearses used in the old west, according to Bill Demrow, who, with his son Curt Demrow, had the hearse custom built, and painted a matching color to the 2014 Harley Davidson Tri-Glide used to pull the hearse. The late Joe Gadberry was a passionate man, especially when it came to motorcycles. His famous yellow BMW had over 80,000 miles on it when stopped riding just a few months ago. Clicking Read More accesses the obiituary for Joe Gadberry

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