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Anna Dyer

Jun 02, 1942 - Nov 09, 2023

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Flemingsburg, KY

Mrs. Anna Florence Jones Dyer, 81, of 123 Smoot Lane, Flemingsburg, Kentucky, went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Thursday, November 9, 2023 at her son's home in Mauk, Gerogia.Anna was born on June 2, 1942 in Armstrong, Pennsylvania, to the late Ada Mae Blanton Jones and William Clyde Jones.She was married to Kelly Edward Dyer on March 31, 1960 by Brother Vestal Hamm in Rowan County, Kentucky.She is survived by one son, William Scott Dyer of Mauk, Georgia, whom she loved very ...Read More

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Maggie Lorene Clark

Jul 24, 1937 - Feb 18, 2024

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Flemingsburg, KY

Maggie Lorene Clark, 86, of Flemingsburg, passed away Sunday, February 18, 2024, at her residence. She was the widow of James Elmer Clark, Sr. Born in Vanceburg on July 24, 1937, her father was the late Arthur Leslie Hall and her mother was the late Nina Renchen Hall. Maggie worked at a shoe factory in Portsmouth, was a volunteer at the Fleming Senior Center and was a member of the Flemingsburg First Church of God. She is survived by two of her children, Timothy “Tim” Clark and wife Tinie, Sandie Buckhart and husband Clayton; her four grandchildren, Marla (Joey Shannon) Clark, Josh (Holly Harney) Trussell, Ashleigh (Jerry Murphy) Clark, and Derek Clark and wife Rose; seven of her great grandchildren, Kaia Murphy, Jayden Clark, Raven Shannon, Tristan Shannon, Sasha Shannon, Zachary Trussell, and Alyssa Trussell. She is also survived by three of her siblings, Gerald Hall, Sharron Cassidy, and Lily Smith; along with many nieces, nephews, extended family members, and friends. In addition to her husband and her parents, Maggie was preceded in death by two of her children, James E. Clark, Jr. and Brenda Lou Clark; two of her great grandchildren, Aubrianna Murphy and Jayla Clark; and five of her siblings, Mary Pierce, Faron Hall, Carolyn Polley, Virginia Bush, and Helen Hall. The funeral service will begin at 1 p.m., Friday, February 23,2024, at Bonne-Nickell Funeral Home with Bro. James Ray Hickerson officiating. Maggie will be laid to rest in Mount Pisgah Cemetery in Fairview. Pallbearers include Joey Shannon, Raven Shannon, Derek Clark, Jayden Clark, Zachary Trussell, and Josh Trussell. Honorary pallbearers include Jerry Murphy and Chris Highfield. Visitation will be 11 a.m., until the hour of service at 1 p.m., Friday, at Boone-Nickell. In place of flowers, please consider a donation in memory of Maggie to the Fleming Senior Center (C/O Licking Valley CAP, 203 High Street, Flemingsburg, KY 41041). Friends may offer online condolences at www.boonenickellfuneralhome.com To to the family or in memory of Maggie Lorene Clark, please

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Owen Roger Jolley

Dec 16, 1945 - Feb 18, 2024

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Flemingsburg, KY

Owen Roger Jolley, 78, of Flemingsburg, passed away on Sunday, February 18, 2024. Born in Fleming County on December 16, 1945, he was the son of the late Johnnie and Pearlie Wiggins Jolley. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, and brother. On June 17, 1966, he married the love of his life, Euwilla Prater Jolley. Roger worked at US Shoe and he proudly served as Fleming County Magistrate for District 2 for 8 years. He enjoyed serving the Fox Valley and Goddard community as a store owner. His true passion was farming. Roger was a loving family man and is survived by his wife of 57 years, Euwilla Prater Jolley; his three children, Timmy Jolley, Marlene Vice, and Charlene Hall and her husband Jimmy. He is also survived by his five grandchildren, Carlee Jolley Fry and her husband Dalton, Austin Vice and his wife Kayla, Ashton Hall and his fiancé Shelby Moran, Alexa Vice Copher and her husband Chris,Peyton Hall, Lauralee and Ricky Swartz. He is also survived by his five precious great grandchildren, Owen and Oliver Fry, Kash and Banks Hall, and Caseton Copher. He is also survived by his sister, Patsy Pugh. In addition to his parents, Roger was preceded in death by his great grandson, Cranston Ray Copher, his daughter-in law, Traci Jolley Swartz; and his mother-in law, Colleen Ellington. He is also preceded in death by his five brothers, Lloyd, Riley, Dudley, Emery, and Waverly Jolley; and three of his sisters, Eva Duncan, Adelene Sapp, and Joy Mitchell. The funeral service will begin at 12 p.m., Thursday, February 22, 2024, at Boone-Nickell Funeral Home with Bro. Doug Reeves, Bro. Randy Fritz, and Bro. Randy Taylor officiating. Roger will be laid to rest in Elizaville Cemetery. Visitation will be 5 to 8 p.m., Wednesday, at Boone-Nickell located at 150 West Water Street, Flemingsburg, Ky. 41041. In place of flowers, donations may be made to the charity of one’s choice. Friends may offer online condolences at www.boonenickellfuneralhome.com To to the family or in memory of Roger Jolley, please

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Helen Jean Curtis Barnett

Jan 04, 1928 - Feb 04, 2024

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Flemingsburg, KY

It is with immense love that we celebrate the passing of Helen Jean Curtis Barnett, a devoted servant of Christ, cherished mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, who was called to her eternal home on February 4, 2024, at the age of 96. Helen's remarkable journey began on January 4, 1928, born to Ray and Isabel Curtis, and grew to touch the hearts and lives of all who knew her. She was preceded in her journey to the Lord by her beloved husband, Myron Barnett, and two adored daughters, Virginia McQuitty and Brenda Eldridge. Helen's legacy of love and devotion lives on through her sons, David Barnett (Sharon) of Flemingsburg, KY, and Jim Barnett (Carol) of St. Louis. Her love further blossoms in the lives of her 12 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, and the anticipated joy of a great-great-grandchild due late summer 2024. Helen was the heart of a large, loving family, including her six siblings: Carroll Curtis and wife Faye of Frankfort; Wendell Curtis of Paris; Larry Curtis of Paris, widower of Naomi; Barbara Ann Brumagen of Piqua, widow of James; Marilyn Beall of Lexington, widow of Charles; and her deceased brother, Ronald Curtis and his wife Ruth. A proud alumna of Deming High School, Kentucky Christian College, and Morehead State University, where she earned an Educational Specialist (EdS) degree, Helen dedicated her life to the noble calling of education. She served with distinction as a teacher and librarian in the Fleming County Schools, nurtured young minds in the early years of the federal Head Start program, and, following retirement, contributed as a dorm mother and librarian at Kentucky Christian University and as a teacher at the Secrest Crossing Christian School. Helen's faith was the cornerstone of her existence. A lifelong member of the Piqua Christian Church, she also served and worshiped at Grange City, Hillsboro, and Elizaville Christian Churches and, more recently, at the New Creation Praise and Worship Center. Her faith was as vibrant and nurturing as the flowers she tended in her garden, a testament to her love for beauty and her Creator. Known for her splendid cooking, Helen's home was a beacon of warmth and hospitality, embodying the spirit of community and generosity. She lived her faith, and to those who had the pleasure of knowing her, she was a living testament to the love and grace of Jesus Christ. Helen would want each of us to know that Jesus loves us, died for us, and desires to be our Savior. She leaves us with a question of eternal significance, "Are you ready?" Helen’s departure from this world leaves a void that cannot be filled; but, her spirit, teachings and love for Jesus Christ remain with us. As we say “we will see you in a little while” to this extraordinary woman, we also rejoice in knowing that she has found her everlasting peace and joy in the arms of her Savior. "Her children arise and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her." - Proverbs 31:28 On Friday, February 9, 2024, visitation will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Grange City Christian Church (11161 Hillsboro Road, Hillsboro, KY 41049). On Saturday, February 10, 2024, visitation will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at New Creation Praise and Worship Center (1431 Helena Road, Flemingsburg, KY 41041). A celebration of Helen's life and faith will begin at 1 p.m. with Brother Terrell Clark and Brother Tom Mitchell officiating. Following the service, Helen will be laid to rest next to her beloved husband Myron in Hillsboro Cemetery. Pallbearers: James Clevenger, Paul Clevenger, Tanner Clevenger, Chip Rupp, Frederick Rupp, Dustin Hamm, Gerald Saunders. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Myron Barnett Scholarship Fund. (Kentucky Christian University, 100 Academic Parkway, Grayson, KY 41143), a cause close to Helen's heart. Arrangements are under the direction of Hutton Funeral Home, 7634 Hillsboro Road, Hillsboro, KY 41049.

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Andrew Jay Fannin

Nov 06, 1966 - Jan 31, 2024

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Flemingsburg, KY

Andrew “Andy” Jay Fannin, age 57, of Hillsboro Road, Hillsboro, KY, passed away Wednesday, January 31, 2024, at Fleming County Hospital in Flemingsburg. Born November 6, 1966, in Morehead, KY, he is the son of Kay Utterback Fannin of Morehead and the late Joseph Talmadge (J.T.) Fannin. In addition to his mother, Andy is survived by his wife, Ramona Furnish Fannin, whom he married February 19, 1993; two sons, David Fannin and his wife Makenzie of Sharpsburg, KY, and Samuel “Sam” Fannin of Hillsboro; one sister, Victoria “Tori” Earlywine and husband Adam of Morehead; two sisters-in-law, Janie Poston and husband Mark and Karen Eldridge and husband Tom, as well as his constant canine companions, Bo and Garnet. He also leaves many extended family members and friends to cherish his memory. Andy graduated from Rowan County High School in 1984. He was a highly skilled self-employed custom knife maker whose works are found across the world. He was always creative in design and meticulous in detail. Andy loved living life to the fullest—throwing darts, target shooting, grilling out, and listening to Led Zeppelin music were a few of his favorite things. Most of all, however, he loved spending time with his family, especially his wife and children. He will forever be remembered and loved. A funeral service will be conducted 2 p.m. Sunday, February 4, 2024, at Hutton Funeral Home with his brother-in-law, Mark Poston, and friend David Johnson officiating. Burial will follow in Bradley Cemetery on Dry Branch Road in Carter County. Pallbearers: David Fannin, Sam Fannin, Walker Thompson, Ralph Cox, Dylan Clise, Ben Lewis, and David Johnson Visitation will be from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, February 3, 2024, and from 12 noon to 2 p.m. on Sunday, February 4, 2024, at Hutton Funeral Home, 7634 Hillsboro Road, Hillsboro, KY 41049. View video tribute or sign guestbook at www.huttonfuneralhome.com

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Dianna Kay Doyle Gardner

Mar 23, 1966 - Jan 26, 2024

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Flemingsburg, KY

Dianna Kay Doyle Gardner, 57, of Beechtree Pike, Wallingford, departed this life on Friday, January 26, 2024 at the Fleming County Hospital in Flemingsburg, Kentucky with her family by her side.She was born March 23, 1966 in Fleming County, Kentucky a daughter of the late James Dudley Doyle and Hazel Lahoma Skaggs Doyle. She was of the Christian faith and a member of the Beechburg Christian Church. She enjoyed auctions, plants especially her hens and chickens, spending time with her family, especially her grandbabies. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her mother-in-law, Wanda Gardner.Survivors include her husband, Rod Gardner of Beechburg, Kentucky; two daughters, Nicole Fry (Billy) of Wallingford, Kentucky and Shannon Reese (Derik) of May's Lick, Kentucky; one son, Christopher Gardner of Beechburg; three grandchildren, Brylee Gardner, Raegan Reese, and Owen Reese; one sister, Jeanette Doyle of Wallingford; two brothers, James Douglas "Doug" Doyle of Wallingford and Dennis Doyle of Marianna, Florida; Father-in-law, Ervin "Erv" Gardner; several nieces, nephews, many extended family and friends of whom she loved dearly and her two special fur babies, Josie and Cletus. Services will be conducted at 1:00 P.M. Wednesday, January 31, 2024 in the Chapel of the Michael R. Gray Funeral Home in Flemingsburg, with Brother Layne Wagner officiating.Dianna will be laid to rest in the Mt. Carmel Cemetery.Visitation will take place after 5:00 P.M. Tuesday at the funeral home.Casket Bearers will be Cody McCarty, Jacob Gardner, Robbie Hord, Jeremy Doyle II, Caleb Heater, and Garrett Henderson.Honorary casket bearers will be Billy Fry, Derik Reese, Brylee Gardner, Raegan Reese, Owen Reese, Jeremy Doyle, and Shelby Hall.Memorial contributions are suggested to the Cancer Care Club, envelopes will be available at the funeral home. All arrangements for Dianna Kay Doyle Gardner and family are under the care and direction of the Michael R. Gray Funeral Home, 405 South Main Cross Street, Flemingsburg, Kentucky 41041.

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Harley Samuel Reeves

Dec 08, 1946 - Jan 19, 2024

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Flemingsburg, KY

Harley Samuel “Sammy” Reeves, 77, of Flemingsburg, passed away Friday, January 19, 2024, at Saint Claire Regional Medical Center, with his loving family at his side. Born in Goddard on December 8, 1946, his mother was the late Dorothy McKee Reeves, and his father was the late Woodrow Wilson Reeves. Sammy loved the outdoors and worked for the Fleming County Road Department, was a farmer, handyman, and had his own landscaping business in Hurdle Mills, North Carolina, for 20 years. In North Carolina, he was known for his beautiful flower gardens and landscape designs. Upon retirement, he returned to Fleming County and volunteered his talents and many hours of service to the beautification of the Goddard Cemetery. Sammy enjoyed attending the Goddard Methodist Church and appreciated the visits and prayers of the Rev. Jim Doughton and congregation. He is survived by his wife, Gale Borham Reeves; his two children, Connie Reeves Anderson (Dusty Connor) of Ewing and Earl Reeves (Susy) of Flemingsburg; his three grandchildren, Megan (Chris) Ingram, Josh (Jennifer) Anderson, and Justin Reeves; his five great grandchildren, Grayson and Tucker Ingram, and James, Jackson, and Jacob Anderson. He is also survived by six of his siblings, Woodie (Ginny) Reeves of Goddard, Ernie (Kathy) Reeves of Defiance, Ohio, Larry (Peggy) Reeves of Warsaw, Ky., Tommy (Dorothy) Reeves of Fairborn, Ohio, Donnie (Linda) Reeves of Flemingsburg, and Danny (Garnetta) Reeves of Flemingsburg; his sister-in-law, Trish Reeves; along with a host of many nieces, nephews, and extended family members. In addition to his father Woodrow and his mother Dorothy, he was preceded in death by two of his siblings, Bonnie Reeves Allen Boggs and Claudie Reeves; his son-in-law, Everett Anderson; and a special cat, Oscar. The funeral service will begin at 11 a.m., Wednesday, January 24, 2024, at Boone-Nickell Funeral Home with Rev. James Doughton, Rev. Paul Gray, and Rev. Clint Strickland officiating. Sammy will be laid to rest in Goddard Cemetery. Pallbearers include Woodie Reeves, Larry Reeves, Tommy Reeves, Donnie Reeves, Danny Reeves, and Paul Reeves. Honorary pallbearers include Victor Diaz, Edward Plummer, and Donnie Reeves. Visitation will be 6 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, at Boone-Nickell located at 150 West Water Street, Flemingsburg, Ky. 41041. In place of flowers, please consider a donation in memory of Sammy to the Goddard Cemetery (1905 Crainton Road, Ewing, KY 41039). Friends may offer online condolences at www.boonenickellfuneralhome.com To to the family or in memory of Sammy Reeves, please

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Mr. Arthur E. "Sonnie" Highfield

May 21, 1935 - Jan 18, 2024

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Flemingsburg, KY

Mr. Arthur E. "Sonnie" Highfield, 88 of Taylor Mill Road, Maysville, Kentucky passed away Thursday, January 18, 2024, in the Fleming County Hospital at Flemingsburg, Kentucky. He was born May 21, 1935 in Macon, Ohio to the late Ralph and Ermalee Hornback Highfield.Mr. Highfield was a farmer and landowner raising beef cattle and operating a dairy farm. He was a member of the Concord Christian Church where his family have been members for five generations. He enjoyed spending time with his family, restoring and collecting antique tractors and trucks. He also enjoyed attending antique machinery shows. He was a graduate of Tollesboro High School and was awarded the F.F.A. Kentucky Farmer Award.In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two brothers, Ralph Highfield and Richie Highfield.Survivors include his wife Genevieve Logan Highfield whom he married June 9, 1956. One daughter, Libby Parker and her husband Randy of Maysville. Two grandchildren, Amber and Eric, three great-grandchildren: Destiny and her husband Lucas, Gracie and E. J., also a Great-granddaughter Ivy and several nieces and nephews.Private family services will be conducted in the chapel of the Michael R. Gray Funeral Home in Flemingsburg with Brother Willie Martin officiating.Burial will follow in the Wedonia Cemetery.Family members will serve as pall bearers.The Michael R. Gray Funeral Home, 405 South Main Cross Street, Flemingsburg, Kentucky is caring for all arrangements for Mr. Arthur E. "Sonnie" Highfield.

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Judy Fay Doyle

Jun 05, 1947 - Jan 16, 2024

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Flemingsburg, KY

Judy Fay Doyle, 76, of Flemingsburg, passed away Tuesday, January 16, 2024, at the Pioneer Trace Nursing Home. She was the widow of Ronald William Doyle. Born in Lewis County on June 5, 1947, her father was the late Johnny Douglas Rigdon and her mother was the late Dorothy Moore Rigdon Travis. Judy worked for Bullard Manufacturing in Cynthiana, Randall’s Textron (A. Raymond Tinnerman) in Flemingsburg, and Wal-Mart in Cynthiana. She was a member of the Foxport Baptist Church. She is survived by her sister, Marla Jackson and husband Mike; her brother-in-law, Allen Patton; her sister-in-law, Bonnie McClain; along with several nieces and nephews, extended family members, and friends. In addition to her parents and her husband (who passed in 2017), Judy was preceded in death by her son, Dwayne Doyle; her daughter, Debbie Doyle; her grandson, William Dustin McKinney; and her sister, Donna Patton. The funeral service will begin at 1 p.m., Monday, January 22, 2024, at Boone-Nickell Funeral Home. Judy will be laid to rest in Mount Carmel Cemetery. Visitation will be 12 noon, until the hour of service at 1 p.m., Monday, at Boone-Nickell located at 150 West Water Street, Flemingsburg, Ky. 41041. In place of flowers please consider a donation in memory of Judy to the American Heart Association (online: ) and /or the American Humane Society (online: or ). Friends may offer online condolences at www.boonenickellfuneralhome.com To to the family or in memory of Judy Fay Doyle, please

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Thelma Caudill Ison

Oct 17, 1932 - Dec 27, 2023

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Flemingsburg, KY

After a long and blessed life, Thelma Caudill Ison passed away Wednesday, December 27, 2023, held in the hands of her family and in the hearts and prayers of her friends. A steadfast Christian, she knew that faith in God and serving others are the means to true happiness and peace. She devoted her life to these principles. Perhaps that is why her favorite hymn has long been “It Is Well with My Soul.” Thelma Grace was born October 17, 1932, the fifth of eight children of Beulah Gibson Sigrest Caudill and Cassel Robert Caudill in Letcher County, Kentucky. She was blessed with a close and loving family, including a multitude of aunts, uncles, and cousins, especially her double first cousin, Minerva Jane. She loved spending time with her cousins at family reunions, on Sunday afternoons at Aunt Virginia’s, and on their cousins’ trips. She relished their times together. After graduating from Whitesburg High School in 1950, Thelma worked as a stenographer for a local attorney. In 1954, she moved to Flemingsburg as the newlywed bride of Glennon B. Ison, a recently hired basketball coach at Fleming County High School. She again worked for an attorney and began what became life-long friendships with several other young women in the community. Thelma became a stay-at-home mom when she and Glennon started their family. To their union were born three children: Debbie (Jeff) Vice, Jenny (Steve) Stigers, and Tom (Connie) Ison. She was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother who tirelessly encouraged and supported her family. Whether it was serving as a PTA officer, hosting an exchange student, sewing dresses for a prom or a wedding, or cooking a big family dinner, Thelma was always ready, willing, and able to do what needed to be done and showered her family with love. Upon her arrival in town, Thelma joined the Flemingsburg Baptist Church where she ultimately became the member of longest standing. Throughout the years, she taught Sunday school and Vacation Bible School, sang in the choir, supported Woman's Missionary Union (WMU), hosted homecomings and other events, and prayed without ceasing. She would often send a card with words of comfort or congratulations to church members, family, and friends. She regularly visited individuals in the nursing home, offering encouragement and compassion. Her daily life illustrated her faith and served as an inspiration for many. Once her children were of school age, Thelma returned to the workforce at the Fleming County Health Department. She served as registrar for approximately 25 years. Over the years, she found time to join community groups aligned with various interests such as homemakers, square dancing, golfing, and quilting. After retirement, she had time to refocus on the friendships of her early years in town and, for 25+ years, she shared Tuesday afternoons with a close-knit group of card ladies. Thelma was honored as a Kentucky Colonel by two governors and was selected as Beta Sigma Phi’s 2020 Lady of the Year. In addition to her husband of nearly 70 years and her children, Thelma is survived by an older brother, Robert Caudill (Little Cowan, KY); a younger sister, Susan Caudill Stamper (Lexington, KY); a sister-in-law, Gracie Ison Boggs(Jeffersonville, IN) ; five grandchildren: Molly (Matt) Carney, Ben (Hazelee) Vice, Ellen (Ryan) White, Maggie Ison, and Li Fu Stigers; four great grandchildren: Caroline and Owen Vice and Charlie and Anna White, and many cousins, nieces, and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents; her brothers George and Stuart Sigrest; her sisters Emma Campbell, Carolyn Ison Gilliam, and Janice Wolod; and numerous in-laws. The funeral service will begin at 1 p.m., Saturday, December 30, 2023, at the Flemingsburg Baptist church with Pastor Trent Keeton officiating. Thelma will be laid to rest in Fleming County Cemetery. Visitation will be 11 a.m., until the hour of service at 1 p.m., at the church located at 1856 Elizaville Road, Flemingsburg, KY 41041. In place of flowers, please consider a donation in memory of Thelma to the Flemingsburg Baptist Church WMU. Boone-Nickell Funeral Home is caring for Thelma and her family. Online condolences may be offered at www.boonenickellfuneralhome.com To to the family, please

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Buffey Waynette Strode Rawlings

May 13, 1977 - Dec 23, 2023

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Flemingsburg, KY

Buffey Waynette Strode Rawlings, 46, of Flemingsburg, passed away Saturday, December 23, 2023. Born in Lexington on May 13, 1977, she was the daughter of Wayne and Jeanie Marshall Strode. Buffey worked as a receptionist for Asthma Allergy and Immunology (AAI) and had worked as a Wal-Mart associate. She loved to travel, camp, boat, and hike. She loved to spend time with her family. In her spare time she enjoyed reading, movies, cooking, and photography. She attended Burtonville Methodist Church. Buffey is survived by her husband of 25 years, James T. Rawlings; her two children, Maverick Rawlings (Elizabeth Cox) and Levi Rawlings; her grandchild, Myles Rawlings; her mother and father, Jeanie and Wayne; her four god kids, Kendall, Brooklyn, Summer, and Colton; her special friends, Niki, Fredia, and Nisha; along with her canine companion, Tillie. Buffey was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Wilma and Arnett Marshall; and her paternal grandparents, Alvin and Pauline Stode. The funeral service will begin at 1 p.m., Thursday, December 28, 2023, at Boone-Nickell Funeral Home with Bro. Mike Ishmael officiating. Buffey will be laid to rest in Mount Carmel Cemetery. Pallbearers include James Rawlings, Maverick Rawlings, Levi Rawlings, Allen Rankin, Greg Howard, Kenneth Spurlock, J. W. Neal, and Jason Edmond. Visitation will be 11 a.m., until the hour of service at 1p.m., Thursday, at Boone-Nickell located at 150 West Water Street, Flemingsburg, Ky. 41041. In place of flowers, please consider a donation in memory of Buffey to the Cancer Care Club (P O Box 189, Flemingsburg, Kentucky 41041). Friends may offer online condolences at www.boonenickellfuneralhome.com To to the family, please

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