McAdoo Levi Driver, 70, of the Big Cove Community of Cherokee, passed away unexpectedly in his home on Thursday, Sept. 12.
McAdoo was the son of the late McAdoo Driver Sr. and Amelia (Hill) Driver and the loving husband to wife Vicki Driver of the home. McAdoo was a carpenter by trade and was a member of the Sequoyah Church in the Big Cove Community. Known as Cricket to many, he will be missed.
Along with his wife, he leaves behind children, Richard and wife Mary and Ellen and husband Dick Crowe; one brother, Bobby Driver with wife Veronica; sisters, Sharon French, Jessie Smith (Buford), Vikki Fortner (Terry), and Melva Mahoney; grandchildren, Tisha, Courtney, Christian, Levi, Jake, Taylor, Jodi, Nick, And, Riley, Ian, Dali, Livi and Jo; six great grandchildren, Jackie, Brayden, Sean, Bubba, Brayon, Brayonna; many nieces and nephews; and special brothers, Calloway Leford, J.C. Gibson, Randy Meyers, Jerry Pritchett, Noah Washington, and Butch Hill.
Along with his parents, McAdoo was preceded in death by a brother, Blaine Driver.
A service was held on Friday, Sept. 13 at the Sequoyah Church in the Big Cove Community. Pastor Tim James officiated the services. An immediate burial took place in Soggy Hill Cemetery with the pall bearers being Richard Driver, Calloway Ledford, J.C. Gibson, Randy Meyers, Jerry Pritchett, Dick Crowe, Bo Crowe, Ian Crowe, Steven Watty, Taylor Wolfe and Jodi Wolfe.
Long House Funeral Home assisted with the arrangements.