Alton Eugene “Gene” Money

Posted by on Mar 27, 2021

Alton Eugene “Gene” Money

Alton Eugene “Gene” Money was born to George William and Commie Justus Sullivan Money on December 19, 1931, at Pleasant Valley Community in Green County. He married the love of his life, Mary Dolores Morris, on June 23, 1951. Dolores was waiting for Gene, having entered heaven October 15, 2019.
Gene professed faith in Christ as a young man and was a long-time member of Campbellsville Baptist Church.
Gene was a 45-year employee of Tennessee Gas Pipeline Transmission Co., beginning in 1952 at the Gabe Stripping Plant. He was transferred to a compression station in 1967 with maintenance/clerical duties. In 1976 he was promoted to plant foreman in Catlettsburg, KY, and in 1980 was transferred to pipeline foreman in Winchester, KY, later being promoted to district superintendent in 1983. 1993 brought a transfer back to Campbellsville, with retirement in 1996. Along with retirement came more golf, more time to spend working in the yard, and more time to devote to family.
He is survived by one son and three daughters: Gary E. Money of Campbellsville; VIcki L. Money and husband, Bill Guffy, of Campbellsville; Carolyn Jo Bertram and husband, George Barry “Chip” Bertram, Jr., of Mt. Juliet, TN; Mary Gina Money (Keith Portner) of Cherry Hill, NJ. Gene was the best PaPa ever to five precious grandchildren: Lori McGlocklin of Reading, PA; Brooke DuBois (Jason), Ft. Collins, CO; George Ryan Bertram (Molly), Mt. Juliet, TN; Bethany Wooley (Thomas), Campbellsville; and Tristan Depew, NY, NY. PaPa was blessed with five great-grandchildren: Kaitlyn and Nolan Bertram, Mt. Juliet, TN; Ava and Stella Wooley, Campbellsville; and Taylor DuBois, Ft. Collins, CO.
One of nine children, Gene is survived by sisters Cora Faulkner, Eleanor Hedgespeth (Lilburn), and Sue Sandidge (Terry), and one brother, George Money, Jr. (Sue). He was preceded in death by siblings Agnes Warren, Annas Coleman, Parson Money, and Lois McAnelly. Gene is also survived by Dolores’s brothers Robert Morris (Polly), George Morris (Pat), and Orbia Morris (Nancy). Survived by nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and special friends.
Gene was loved and will be missed by so many. Those left behind find peace and comfort knowing that “Genie Boy” and his “Doe-Doe” are reunited. They will get to celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary in the presence of our Savior. Their hope would be that everyone have the same relationship with Jesus Christ that they held so dear.

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Delena Faye Burton

Posted by on Mar 20, 2021

Delena Faye Burton, 76, of Campbellsville, Kentucky, daughter of the late Linus Bright and Avis (England) Bright was born in Taylor County on January 29th, 1945, and departed this life peacefully on Saturday, March 19th, 2021, at her home in Campbellsville, Kentucky.

She was united in marriage on December 27th, 1963 to Jerry Dale Burton, who preceded her in death on June 7th, 1998.

Faye professed faith in Christ and was a member of the Feathersburg Church of God. She loved to garden in her spare time. Faye lived and found true joy in cooking and baking for family and friends. She loved spending time with family, especially the grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was always there whenever needed; she truly possessed a “servant’s heart”.

She worked at Fruit of the Loom and retired after 30 years. Ms. Burton was not one to remain idle, so she went on to work another 11 years for the Taylor County School System and subsequently retired.

Faye leaves to cherish her memory one son and one  daughter:  Tracy Burton of Adair County and Kecia Burress and husband Allen of Elkhorn, Kentucky.

She is also survived by five sisters and two brothers: Christine Greer, Judy Brockman, Willard Bright, Margaret Burress, Alvin (Judy) Bright, and Patricia (Gary) Gray all of Campbellsville, KY; and Rita (Jack) Moore of Louisville, KY.

She loved and enjoyed all three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren: Dustan Burress, Austin Burress, and Jessica Johnson (Joe); Isaac Burress, Nathan Burress, Rylee Burress, Laura Johnson, Sarah Johnson, and Allie Jo Johnson.

Also survived by one brother-in-law Randall Brockman: nieces, nephews and a host of other relatives and friends.

Besides her parents and husband, she is preceded in death by two sisters:  Doris Jean Wilson and Lorena Brockman.

A walk-through visitation will be Monday, March 22nd, 2021, from 4:00 to 8:00pm EST at Auberry Funeral Home in downtown Campbellsville, KY.

Funeral will be Tuesday, March 23rd, 2021, at 11:00am EST at Auberry Funeral Home in downtown Campbellsville, KY. Service to be led by Bro. Alex Cox

Burial to follow at Haven Hill Cemetery in Adair County.

The family has requested the expressions of sympathy take the form of donations to Feathersburg Church of God youth and children fund and can be made at the funeral home.

The staff at Auberry Funeral Home would like to thank the family for entrusting us with the care and arrangements of Ms. Delena Faye Burton at our funeral home.  May God bless you during this difficult time.

 

 

 

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Mary Ann Anderson Obituary

Posted by on Mar 14, 2021

Mary Ann (Kerr) Anderson, 76, of Campbellsville, Kentucky, daughter of the late Wayne McElroy and Bessie (Kerr) McElroy was born in Adair County on September 18th, 1944, and departed this life peacefully on Saturday, March 13th, 2021, at Green Hill Rehab and Nursing Home in Greensburg, Kentucky.

She was united in marriage to Danny L. Anderson, who preceded her in death.

Ms. Anderson professed her faith in Christ and was of Pentecostal faith.  She was a member of Daughters of Veteran’s years ago.  She loved embroidery in her spare time.  Ms. Anderson enjoyed watching Perry Mason tv show.

Ms. Anderson leaves to cherish her memory is two daughters and one son:  Bessie Bennett and her husband, Charles of Campbellsville; Wayne Carson and fiancé Suzanne Turner of Barbourville, Kentucky; and Elizabeth Leggett and her husband, Scott of Campbellsville.

One brother and two sisters:  Charles McElroy of Cincinnati, Ohio; Carole Helton and her husband, Herb of Cincinnati, Ohio; and Cheryl Weinstiger of Winchester, Indiana.

Twelve grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

A host of nieces and nephews, and other family members.

Besides her parents and husband, she is preceded in death by three brothers and three sisters:  Danny McElroy, Alice Havlick, Marica McElroy, Marvin McElroy, Donnie McElroy, and Martha McElroy.

A walk-through visitation will be Thursday, March 18th, 2021, from 11am EST till 1pm EST at Auberry Funeral Home in downtown Campbellsville,

Funeral will be Thursday, March 18th, 2021, at 1pm EST at Auberry Funeral Home in downtown Campbellsville.

Burial to follow at Free Union Church Cemetery in Adair County.

Social distancing guidelines and mask are required upon entering building.

The staff at Auberry Funeral Home would like to thank the family for entrusting us with the care and arrangements of Ms. Mary Ann Anderson at our funeral home.  May God bless you during this difficult time.

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Patricia Sue Rodgers

Posted by on Feb 26, 2021

Ms. Patricia Sue Rodgers, 76, of Campbellsville, Kentucky, daughter of the late Dell and Lillian Witt was born in Virginia on December 25th, 1944, and departed this life peacefully on Friday, February 25th, 2021, at her home in Campbellsville, after an extended illness.

Ms. Rodgers professed her faith in Christ and was of Catholic faith.  Patricia was retired from Ingersoll Rand of Campbellsville after working in payroll for twenty-six years.

She leaves to cherish her memory is one son:  James “Jim” Michael Rodgers of Campbellsville.

Survived by one sister:  Jewell Cain of Dayton, Ohio.

Besides her parents, Ms. Rodgers is preceded in death by one brother and two sisters:  Kenny Witt, Racheal Shultz, and Rose Devour.

Cremation was chosen by the family.  Auberry Funeral Home and Cremation Services in charge of arrangements.

The staff of Auberry Funeral Home would like to thank the family for entrusting us with the care and arrangements of Ms. Patricia Sue Rodgers at our funeral home.  May God bless you during this difficult time.

 

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Obituary

Posted by on Feb 26, 2021

Mrs. Lurah Jane (Shouse) Clark, 80, of Campbellsville, Kentucky, daughter of the late Earldon and Ruth Morris Shouse, was born in Anderson County, Kentucky, on May 27th, 1940, and departed this life peacefully on Thursday, February 25th, 2021, at her home in Campbellsville as a result of a stroke.

She united in marriage to David A. Clark on December 9th, 1958, who survives.

Mrs. Clark professed her faith in Christ and was a Christian.  She was a member of Woodlawn Christian Church for 60 years.  She worked 45 years in retail at Parks Belk in the children’s department, Gibson’s, and Mary Ann’s Hallmark.  She enjoyed her cats and dogs.  She loved her church and church family and had a compassion for meal preparation at Woodlawn Christian Church.

Mrs. Clark leaves to cherish her memory is her husband, David A. Clark and one son, Jeffery Clark.

Five grandsons:  Michael Clark, Chris Clark, Cody Clark, Justin Clark, all of Campbellsville, and Jeramiah Moore of Lebanon.

Eleven great-grandchildren.

Two brothers:  Bro. Kenneth Shouse and wife Verlie of Taylorsville and Bill Shouse and wife Alma of Lawrenceburg.

One brother-in-law and sister-in-law:  Ken and Hila Sharp of Nicholasville.

A host of nieces, nephews, and other family and relatives.

Besides her parents she is preceded in death by one brother and sister-in-law:  Charles Shouse and wife Vernida of Lawrenceburg and one infant great-grandson, Bentley Clark.

A walk-through visitation will be held Sunday, February 28th, 2021, from 5pm-8pm EST at Auberry Funeral Home in downtown Campbellsville.

Visitation will continue Monday, March 1st, 2021, from 9am EST at Woodlawn Christian Church till the time of the funeral.  Funeral services will be held Monday, March 1st, 2021, at 11am EST at the Woodlawn Christian Church located at 831 W. Main in Campbellsville.  Bro. Fella Wilson will be officiating the service.  Burial to follow at Campbellsville Memorial Gardens.

Pallbearers:  Elders and Deacons of Woodlawn Christian Church.

Honorary Pallbearers:  Willing Workers Sunday School Class.

Social distancing guidelines and mask are required upon entering building.

The staff at Auberry Funeral Home would like to thank the family for entrusting us with the care and arrangements of Mrs. Lurah Jane Clark at our funeral home.  God bless you during this difficult time.

 

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