MADISONVILLE — Harold "Pee Wee" Puckett, 85, of Madisonville died Sunday, May 31, 2015, at his home in Madisonville. Harold Leon Puckett was born Jan. 8, 1930, in Evansville, Ind., to the late Herdis Ellery and Effie Ann Winstead Puckett and was married to the former Norma Jean Miller on Aug. 14, 1954.  Harold was a Boilermaker with Local #40 retiring from the T.V.A. Paradise Plant and was a U.S. Army Veteran of the Korean War. He enjoyed University of Kentucky Basketball and spending time with both his family and friends, especially his grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Survivors include his wife of 60 years, Norma Jean Puckett; three daughters, Sherry Wheatley of Madisonville, Lisa Ayer and husband, Mark of Calhoun; Angie Renshaw and husband, Mike of Madisonville; seven grandchildren, John Wheatley, Matthew Howard, Erica Linville, Jessica Armstrong, Justin Ayer, Josh Ayer, and Noah Renshaw; eight great grandchildren; and a brother, Cletus Puckett of Lexington.

Funeral services were held at Muster Funeral Homes, Calhoun Chapel with Dr. Richard Sams officiating. Burial was in the Poplar Grove Cemetery in McLean County with Military Honors conducted by the McLean County Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Post #5415. 

The Harold "Pee Wee" Puckett family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of donations to the Poplar Grove Cemetery Fund; C/O Jerry L. Baggett; 5007 Pack Church Road; Rumsey, Kentucky  42371. Memorial contribution envelopes are available at Musters in Calhoun. Share your memories and photos of Harold at muster funeralhomes.com.

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