Mr. Cary Gene Nevitt of Louisville and formerly Frymire, now Union Star, passed away April 16 at age 76 years, 5 months, and 8 days. He was born November 8, 1943, the son of Bert and Reba ‘Avitt” Nevitt. He was raised on the family farm with his 11 siblings. He built a tree house and loved to tinker with radios, record players or anything that didn’t work, taking them apart and putting them back together, and they worked. He was a good dancer learning from watching American Bandstand with his siblings, and they would dance together in the living room of their pre-civil war home which was built in 1850/51. Cary graduated from Meade County High and joined the US Air Force and served his country 4 years. After serving, he returned home to the farm and looked for a job. He was hired by National Cash Register and worked there until he retired at age 50. After retirement, he enjoyed traveling, league bowling, and playing softball with his brohters and cousins, fishing, boating, taking pictures and movies, having cook outs and playing croquet in the big front yard and just being with his family. Cary was a Kentucky Colonel and gave to many charities over the years. Cary was preceded in death by his parents Bert and Reba Nevitt; sisters, Joyce Petersen and Deidra Craig; his brothers Randall Nevitt, Norman Nevitt Sr.; his nephews Norman Nevitt Jr. and Keith Petersen; his great nephew Joey Madrid; great nieces Angie and Lanie Nevitt. He is survived by brothers Clayton Nevitt (Louise), Rex Nevitt (Sandy) and Reid Nevitt. His sisters, Marlene Madrid (Felipe), Andrea Stivers, Kay Carter and Mavis Robles (Raul), 36 nieces and nephews also 78 great nieces and nephews to cherish his memory. Cary’s wish of being cremated was done by Southern Cremations of Louisville. In respect for the wellbeing of Cary’s loved ones and friends there will be a memorial at a later date and we will contact everyone, respecting COVID- 19 is our concern at this time. Expressions of sympathy may be made to The Alzheimer’s Association- Attn: Ashley Guon, 6100 Dutchmans Lane, SUITE, Louisville, KY 40205 in memory of Deidra Craig and Randall Nevitt.