Citizen-Statesman 5/15/12

Peggy Johnson Copess

Garment Factory Worker

Peggy Johnson Copess, 69, of Union Hill passed away May 3 at St. Thomas Hospital. Graveside services were held May 5 from the Union Hill Cemetery with Hubert Jones officiating. Anderson and Son Funeral Home were in charge of the arrangements.

Active Pallbearers included: Ricky Copess, Lee Cotton Knight, Craig Copess, Tyler Ray, Sawyer Cross and Stacey Browning.

Honorary Pallbearers included: Jimmy Copas, Doug Browning and Terry Phillips.

Peggy Johnson Copess was born July 5, 1942 in Clay County. She was a garment factory worker and a member of the Mt. Vernon Church of Christ.

She was preceded in death by her father, Alvin Johnson; and husband, H.C. Copess.

Surviving relatives include: mother, Neva Cross Johnson; daughters, Vicki and husband Arno Hatcher of Union Hill, Traci Copas of Scottsville, KY and Dawn and husband Cotton Knight of Red Boiling Springs; son, Ricky and Sandra Copess of Mt. Vernon; brothers, Roger and Barbara Johnson, Alan and Cheryl Johnson and Steve Johnson all of Indiana; seven grandchildren; one step grandchild; and four great grandchildren.

In Loving Memory of

Cecil Franklin “Horn” Atchley

12-14-61 to 5-16-2011

Its now been a year since that horrible day

When we got the call

They said the ambulance is on its way

We rushed to get to you but it was done to late

It wasn’t just a terrible fall

No time for I Love You or even goodbye

And we can’t seem to understand why

We often wonder here below

Why we had to let you go

Your smiling face was heaven to me

And now the pictures are all we have left to see

Daddy times have been hard

But somehow we’ve pulled thru

All we have left

Are the memories of you.

 

We love and Miss you

Jason, Gwendolyn,

Taegan, Allie

                                                                                                                    Shawn, Brandi, Brayden
                                                                                                                   And the rest of the family

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