Chad Heater Obituary, Death -On Sunday, November 20, 2022, at the residence that he called home in Garrison, Chad Allen Heater, who was 43 years old and a resident there, passed away. On October 8, 1979, Chad Heater was welcomed into the world as the son of George Heater, who had passed away, and Kathy Lykins Heater. Chad was named after his grandfather, who had also passed away. He has been working for the Maysville location of the Carmeuse Lime Company for the past 19 years.

Both watching college football and playing video games were two of his favorite things to do at the same time. Chad was an avid outdoorsman who frequently went fishing and hunting for big game. He was a devout follower of the Baptist religion and graduated from Lewis County High School in the year 1998. to be treasured and preserved forever. There are many people who will be saddened by Chad’s passing, including a stepdaughter named Makayla Ruggles, a stepbrother named Josh Heater who is married to Jessica and lives in Garrison, two nephews named Jason Heater and Caleb Heater, and a number of aunts and uncles. Makayla Ruggles is Chad’s stepdaughter.

Josh Heater is Chad’s stepbrother. Jason Heater and Cale His parents, his wife, Melissa Howard Heater, and a brother, Jason Heater, all passed away before he did. He was the youngest of three children. Not only did he have his parents, but he also had a wife by the name of Melissa Howard Heater. Funeral services are scheduled to take place at the Gaydos Funeral Home in Vanceburg, which can be found at 159 Second Street. The services are scheduled to begin at noon on Wednesday, November 23, 2022.

The event is going to be presided over by Brother Joe Watson. The burial will take place at Oak Ridge Cemetery immediately following the service.Visitation will begin at the funeral home on the morning of Wednesday, November 23, 2022 at 10 am and continue until midnight that same night. Mikey Howard, Ronnie Lykins, Randy Lykins, Randy Lykins, and Jason Howard have all stepped forward to offer their services as pallbearers in Mikey Howard’s passing.