Sallie Hampton
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Funeral services for Funeral services for Sallie Hampton, 97, of Cadiz, were held on Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014, at Goodwin Funeral Home in Cadiz. The Rev. Wayne Glass officiated. Burial followed in the Boren Cemetery in Trigg County. Goodwin Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

Sallie Hampton passed away on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014, at her home in Trigg County.

Mrs. Hampton had worked at Fisher’s Meat Packaging Co. in Louisville and during the World War II era, she had worked at Glenn L. Martin Defense plant in Baltimore, Md., where she was involved in the construction of aircrafts. Sallie was a member of Delmont Baptist Church.

Sallie Hampton was preceded in death by her first husband, Raymond Keaton; second husband, Coy Hampton, parents Jim Miniard and Maggie Stirgill Miniard; three brothers, Johnny Miniard, Joe Miniard and Buddy Miniard; three sisters, Thelma Lee Brickson, Marie Amburgey and Drucilla Miniard; and one grandson, Timothy Reed.

She is survived by two brothers, Frank Miniard and Billy Miniard, both of Louisville; two sisters, Ann Strasher and Shirley Fritz, both of Louisville; one daughter, Patsy Pence of Cadiz; one son, Jimmy Keaton (and wife Mildred) of Indianapolis, Ind.; six grandchildren, Danny Pence, Roy Pence, Sonia Deason, Zeda Rosser, Matthew Keaton and Karen Farmer; seven great-grandchildren, Robert Michael Reed, Christopher Adam Reed, Timothy L. Rosser, Amber Lee Ragaer, Amanda Armstrong, Seth Deason and Gavin Deason; and seven great-great-grandchildren.

Serving as active pallbearers were Danny Pence, Roy Pence, Timmy Rosser, Tommy Daily, David Davenport and Joe Joshlin. Music was provided by Mark Harris, vocalist, and Jan Oakley, pianist.

, 97, of Cadiz, were held on Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014, at Goodwin Funeral Home in Cadiz. The Rev. Wayne Glass officiated. Burial followed in the Boren Cemetery in Trigg County. Goodwin Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

Sallie Hampton passed away on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014, at her home in Trigg County.

Mrs. Hampton had worked at Fisher’s Meat Packaging Co. in Louisville and during the World War II era, she had worked at Glenn L. Martin Defense plant in Baltimore, Md., where she was involved in the construction of aircrafts. Sallie was a member of Delmont Baptist Church.

Sallie Hampton was preceded in death by her first husband, Raymond Keaton; second husband, Coy Hampton, parents Jim Miniard and Maggie Stirgill Miniard; three brothers, Johnny Miniard, Joe Miniard and Buddy Miniard; three sisters, Thelma Lee Brickson, Marie Amburgey and Drucilla Miniard; and one grandson, Timothy Reed.

She is survived by two brothers, Frank Miniard and Billy Miniard, both of Louisville; two sisters, Ann Strasher and Shirley Fritz, both of Louisville; one daughter, Patsy Pence of Cadiz; one son, Jimmy Keaton (and wife Mildred) of Indianapolis, Ind.; six grandchildren, Danny Pence, Roy Pence, Sonia Deason, Zeda Rosser, Matthew Keaton and Karen Farmer; seven great-grandchildren, Robert Michael Reed, Christopher Adam Reed, Timothy L. Rosser, Amber Lee Ragaer, Amanda Armstrong, Seth Deason and Gavin Deason; and seven great-great-grandchildren.

Serving as active pallbearers were Danny Pence, Roy Pence, Timmy Rosser, Tommy Daily, David Davenport and Joe Joshlin. Music was provided by Mark Harris, vocalist, and Jan Oakley, pianist.
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