Max L Hoover

max hoover
Max L. Hoover died on August 17, 2019 in Danville, KY. Max was a World War II Army combat medic soldier. He received a bronze medal with 2 bronze stars in the Invasion of the Philippines. After leaving the army, he went to work as a supervisor for, Matthew’s Conveyor. In his free time, he loved to play bridge and was even a bridge life master. Max was also a member of The Presbyterian Church. He is survived by his wife, Aloma Hoover; son, Kerry B. Hoover of Danville, KY; daughters, Hope Hoover-Armstead (Tim Barrett) of York, PA and Kimberly Hoover-Eddy of Danville, KY; grandchildren, Adam Hoover, Ryan Armstead, Daine Eddy, Anna Eddy, Rachael Armstead, Alexander Armstead and 3 great-grandchildren. A graveside service will be held at 10:00 am on Thursday, August 22, 2019 at Camp Nelson National Cemetery. Military honors will be provided by, American Legion Saufley Post #18. Visitation will be 5-8 pm Wednesday, August 21, 2019 at Stith Funeral Home, Danville. Officiating the service will be Rev. Caroline Kelly. Memorial donations are suggested to the Humane Society of Boyle Co and Heritage Hospice. Visitation: 5-8 p.m., Wednesday, August 21, 2019 at Stith Funeral Home, Danville Graveside Service: 10 a.m., Thursday, August 22, 2019 at Camp Nelson National Cemetery

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  1. Aloma, I\’m sorry about the passing of Max. He was a delight to be around. He will be greatly missed. Sincerely, Brenda Mitchell

  2. My thoughts and prayers are with the Hoover family. I knew Max for only a short time. He was a very nice man. Rest in peace Max.

  3. to a true patriot we all owe you and your generation so much!!!! a real gentleman and tough adversary at the table too!! thank you max for the good times!!! you are one “old soldier” who will never fade away!!

  4. Aloha, You and Max have been in my thoughts alot lately. We are so sorry for your loss. Max was a wonderful person and a good friend. He was loved by so many people and will be missed terribly. Fran and George

  5. Max was such a kind man. Several times he even put up with me at the bridge table. Max was so humble one would never know he was a hero. Max was one of my favorites at the bridge club, and he will be missed. My prayers are for you , Aloma and your family in the days ahead. May God comfort you with loving memories of this fine man!

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