Darrell is survived by his wife of 42 years: Carla, Son Nick (Katie); Stepdaughter: Crystal Chittenden (Fred Keith) Grandchildren: Nathaniel Chittenden, Rebekah Chittenden (Josh Godley), Bryson Sears, Jordan Wolf Siblings: Marilyn Smith of Sebree KY, James (Beverly) Wolf of Oklahoma, Harold (Kathy) Wolf of Henderson KY. Preceded in death by parents: Clifton and Barbara (Means) Wolf, Sisters: Norma McMillen, Connie Sue Wolf; Brothers: Dale Wolf Ronald Wolf, Allan Wolf; Stepson Joseph Chittenden. After over forty years of being the newspaper’s biggest obituary reader, he finally makes his debut. He loved reading about people’s lives and recalling memories of someone he knew, sharing the news with loved ones, and reminiscing about the “good old days”. Today we hope that there is someone that will see this- and do just that. Call your loved ones, laugh, smile, and remember Darrell for all that he is.
Darrell, DD, brother, husband, father, friend, papa, cousin, uncle, co-worker and even the best rapper alive. He was a man with many names, and he wore them all proudly. Darrell was truly the life of any room he stepped into. Whether that be a truck stop, family gathering, or a grocery store down the street. He enjoyed getting to know people and showed genuine interest in everyone’s lives. He knew no stranger and welcomed everyone with open arms. Darrell loved big and could drive you crazy with stories and tell you about every highway across the country or which route to take and remind you of everyone’s birthdays or anniversaries. He was a proud, yet humble man and his friends and family really meant the world to him. He loved a good meal, board game, casino and absolutely loved being on the road. He had driven nearly 6 million miles in his semi and many more around town and on family trips.
He loved his family and was beyond proud of all of them. Darrell left peacefully with his family at his side and of course, never missed a meal! He leaves many broken hearts across the country. But we all know he loved us, and we can’t wait to be reunited one day. Take today to hold your loved ones, tell a good story, drive safe, buy a lottery ticket, and eat good- that’s all he would want!
Visitation will be from 4 pm to 7 pm on Sunday, November 27, 2022, and Visitation following on Monday, November 28, 2022, at 11 am until the time of service at 12 pm at Sunset Funeral Home with burial to directly follow at Sunset Memorial Park.