CENTRAL HEIGHTS — Douglas E. Haddock, 79, died September 6, 2019. Funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. at Apopka First Baptist Church in Apopka, Florida. A graveside service will be Tuesday in the afternoon at Oakwood Cemetery in Sheffield. Morrison Funeral Home, Tuscumbia, assisting. He was the husband of Dian Holland Haddock.
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