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John Henry Groves Jr, 63, Green County, KY (1955-2019)

John Henry Groves, Jr departed this life Friday, August 2, 2019 having attained the age of sixty-three years, nine months and five days.

Funeral services will be held at Foster Toler Funeral Home at 2pmCT Saturday, August 10, 2019. Visitation and Wake from 5-9pmCT Friday and after 7amCT Saturday. Ministers will be Rev. David Mitchell, Eulogy and Michael Golwitzer, Master of Ceremony.

Pallbearers: Sam Embry, Jr., Donnie Williams, Austin Underwood, Terry Thompson, Cruz Victorio-Silva, Dale Ford, James Bridgewater. Honorary Pallbearers: Bob Wright, Lynbree Mitchell, Jerry Cowherd, Ferry "Joe Dawg" Caldwell, Dylan Brewer, Emma Hernandez, Rose Hernandez, Rick Atwell, Jierad.



He was born on Thursday, October 27, 1955 to the late Louella Massey and John Groves, Sr. in Greensburg, Kentucky.

He is survived by his loving daughter: Heather Marshall-Victorio and her husband Cruz of Hodgenville

Step children: Dustin Brewer of Hodgenville, Misty Farris of Glasgow, and Michael McAllister of Glasgow,

God-son: Terry Thompson of Campbellsville,

Sister: Cindy Cable and her husband Jason of Campbellsville

Brother Dennis Massie Groves of HodgenvilleV Special friend: Crystal Hornback of Radcliff

Seven grandchildren: Austin Underwood and his wife Rebecca of Fort Campbell, KY, Emma Hernandez, Roxanna and Aubrei Victorio of Hodgenville, Rose Hernandez of Houston, Texas, Beatrice Vidal-Villanueva and her husband Alex of Elizabethtown and Jierad Underwood of Louisville

Step grandchild: Dylan Brewer of Hodgenville

A host of step great grandchildren, nieces and nephews: Tonya Gowdy and her husband Bronson, Darius, Alyssa and Bryson Groves of Campbellsville and Sydney and Megan Shively and great nephew: "KeKe" Miller.

He is preceded in death by his mother Louella Massie Groves, his father John Groves, Sr., his brother Tony Michael Groves, a grandchild Stefani Victorio a great grandchild Scarlette Cade Underwood and his first wife Ronda McDonald and his second wife Patricia Farris.

John loved to hunt, fish, camp, play music and have a good time. Anyone who knew him never had a bad thing to say about him. He loved yard sales, horse showing and coon hounds. He was one of a kind.

Foster-Toler-Curry Funeral Home, 209 W Court Street, Greensburg, KY, is in charge of arrangements.


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John Henry Groves, Jr, 63, Greensburg, KY (1955-2019)



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