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Agnes Long Colvin

Agnes Long Colvin, 89, of Simpsonville, died Thursday, May 10, 2018 at the Hosparus In-patient Unit in Louisville.  She was a native of Oil Springs.  She worked mainly as a homemaker, though she had been the manager at the North Carolina Furniture Outlet in Simpsonville.  She and her now-deceased husband, Hearl, had been members of the Winnebago International Travel Club for 35 years.  She was preceded in death by her parents, Lundy Long and Tennie Spradlin Long; her husband, Hearl Colvin; her sisters, Theo Blanton, May Risner, and June Blevins; and her brother, Joe Long.  She is survived by her son, Dave Colvin (Carolyn Lundy) of Lebanon; her grandchildren, Katie Colvin of Louisville, Jarrett Colvin of Louisville, Kendra Lundy of London, and Kristen Lundy of London; and her sister, Ruth Conley of Oil Springs.  Graveside funeral services were held 1:00 p.m. Monday, May 14 at the Grove Hill Cemetery.  

Expressions of sympathy may be made to Hosparus  3532 Ephraim McDowell Dr., Louisville, KY 40205.

Arrangements under the direction of the Shannon Funeral Home of Shelbyville.

This is a paid obituary.

Edna Lucille Butcher

1927 – 2018 

Funeral services were held Monday in the Preston Funeral Home Chapel for Edna Lucille Butcher, 91, of Maysville, who died Thursday, May 10 in Ripley, Ohio.

Burial followed in the Son Butcher Cemetery in Whitehouse.

Arrangements are under the care of the Preston Funeral Home of Paintsville.

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Agnis Childers Butcher

1933-2018

Funeral services were held Monday, May 14, 11 a.m. at the Jones-Preston Funeral Home Chapel for Agnis Childers Butcher, 85, of Thelma, who died Friday, May 11 at King’s Daughters Medical Center in Ashland.

Burial was in the Childers Family Cemetery at Thelma.

Arrangements under the direction of the Jones-Preston Funeral Home of Paintsville.

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Hubert Pack

1926-2018

Hubert Pack 92, of Paintsville, passed away at the Pikeville Medical Center on May 12, 2018 after a brief illness. Born February 4,1926 in Whitehouse, he was the son of the late Willie and Julia Baldridge Pack. He served in the U.S Navy during WWII with two tours in the Pacific. He worked at Mayo Vocational Technical School in Paintsville from 1949-1988, first as an instructor and later in administration. He was a graduate of both Mayo and Eastern Kentucky University. A member of the Paintsville First United Methodist Church since 1950, he served as Sunday School Superintendent from 1968-1983.

Besides his parents, Hubert was preceded in death by his son, Christopher Neal Pack; two brothers Ernest Pack and Ralph Ulysses Pack; two sisters Goldia Osborne and Mary Jean Cottle.

He is survived by his wife of 69 years, Victoria Williams Pack; one daughter Pamela Gilliam (Steve) of Pikeville; one son, Steven Pack of Paintsville; two brothers, Clyde Pack (Wilma) of Paintsville, and Joe Pack of North Charleston, S.C.; five grandchildren Amy Bartley (Chris) of Charlotte, N.C., Jacob Stumbo (Devyn) of Lexington, Ali Pellow (Cory) of Summerville, S.C., Chris Pack (Trish) of Paintsville, and Taryn Pack of Myrtle Beach, S.C.; four great-grandchildren Jayden Eldridge, Lianna, Thomas and Eva Haasch.

Visitation was held Tuesday, May 15, at Paintsville First United Methodist Church from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. Funeral service will be Wednesday, May 16 at Paintsville First United Methodist Church starting at 11 a.m. with Rev. Bruce Lee officiating. In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that contributions be made to the Paintsville First United Methodist Church, by contacting Paintsville Funeral Home.

All arrangements are under the direction of the Paintsville Funeral Home.

This is a paid obituary.

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