Daniel Haddix, 81, of Georgetown, KY and formerly of Waterford, PA, died Thursday, October 27, 2022, at the residence of his son with whom he lived. Born January 3, 1941 in Jackson, KY, Dan was the son of the late Silas Haddix and the late Mattie Fouch.

Besides his parents, he was predeceased by sisters Dorothy Bryant, Brenda Noble, Lizzie Bee Turner, Evie Haddix and brothers Silas Haddix, John Henry Ball and Ollie Haddix. Survivors include his wife Maudella (Richardson) Haddix, whom he married on September 4, 1965, a son, David Haddix, his wife Leah, and his grandchildren Noah and Hannah Haddix. David, Noah and Hannah were her pride and joy. He is survived by his brothers Nelson Haddix and William Ray Haddix and one sister, Maude Noble. Dan has many nieces, nephews and great-nieces and nephews who were all very special to him.

Dan worked at Gunite Erie/EMI for 35 years before retiring. Everyone who knew Dan knew he was a hard worker and gave his all in everything he did. He enjoyed gardening and sharing his harvest with everyone including friends, family, strangers and he also enjoyed taking any leftovers to the food bank for those in need. He liked to work with his hands. Dan loved woodworking, making beautiful home kitchen cabinets for the farm, gun cabinets, shelves, bowls, wooden crates, wooden cars for his grandchildren, and rolling pins for n to name a few. He loved to tinker in his garage where he made something he thought his family or someone else could use. He took great pride in his farm and kept it spotless. When you came to Dan, he always tried to feed you and made sure you never left his house hungry.

The family would like to express their sincere thanks to Bluegrass Hospice Care for their excellent care. Thank you to everyone who came to our house to take care of Dan.

Friends can call on Tuesday, November 1 from 11 a.m. until service time 1 p.m. at Brugger Funeral Homes & Crematory, 1595 West 38th St. at Greengarden Blvd, Erie PA. Interment will follow at Laurel Hill Cemetery. Submissions may be made to the Diabetes Association. Condolences can be sent at www.bruggerfuneralhomes.com

Posted on October 29, 2022

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