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Croley

Geraldine Willoughby McGoldrick Croley, 89, passed away Friday, Sept. 25, 2020.

She was born in Woodford County to the late Benjamin and Bessie McCall Willoughby on Oct. 17, 1930. Ms. Croley graduated from Versailles High School and attended Crump Business School. She retired as a key punch operator for the Kentucky Revenue Department and IBM. She bowled on teams in Frankfort, Lexington and Elizabeth City, North Carolina, and actively volunteered in each of her communities. She was always faithful to God and her church, Versailles Baptist. Ms. Croley is survived by her son, Rick McGoldrick, Versailles; her step-sons, Tom (Melanie) Croley, Virginia; and Mark (Lisa) Croley, North Carolina; her sister, Christine Cloyd, Versailles; her sister-in-laws, June and Juanita Willoughby; her grandchildren, Sarah (Dylan), Ben (Madison) and Maggie; and her step-grandchildren Molly, Blake, Roy, Jack, Tye and Evan. She was preceded in death by her brothers, BJ, Earl, and Ray Willoughby; her first husband Richard McGoldrick in 1975; and her second husband Gene Croley in 2007. A graveside service was held Tuesday, Sept. 29, at Sunset Memorial Gardens, with Rev. Michael Cabel officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to Versailles Baptist Church. Online condolences may be expressed at www.clarklegacycenter.com.

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