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Juanita Lynn Callahan Tucker, 60, Greensburg, KY (1959-2019)

Juanita Lynn Callahan Tucker of Greensburg passed from this life on Wednesday, August 14, 2019 in Campbellsville. She was 60 years old.

Funeral services will be held on Sunday, August 18, 2019, at 2pmET at Auberry-Gupton & Chandler Funeral Home, 503 E Main St, Campbellsville, KY, with Bro. Jeff Edwards and Bro. Ron Dooley officiating. Burial will follow in the Roley Cemetery.

Visitation for Juanita Tucker will be held on Saturday, August 17, 2019 from 5pmET until 8pmET at Auberry-Gupton & Chandler Funeral Home.

She was born Friday, May 22, 1959 in Taylor County Kentucky to Eugene Bradley and the late Mary Lee Bailey Callahan.

Juanita was united in marriage to her husband, Johnny Tucker on March 21, 2012 in Knifley. She was actively involved in her church, New Journey Church in Campbellsville, and devoted her heart and life to Jesus. Juanita loved to pray with people and express her genuine love for Jesus.

Juanita dedicated her life to caring for her family. She was a homemaker and enjoyed baby sitting. During her life, Juanita made many memories that her survivors will cherish for eternity and she will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.

Juanita is proceeded in death by her mother, Mary Lee Bailey Callahan who passed away in 2000 and her brother, Danny Ray Bailey.

She is survived by her husband, Johnny Tucker of Knifley, father, Eugene Bradley Callahan, of Elkhorn, 3 daughters and their spouses, Jennifer and Neal Bault of Knifley, Linda Sue and Grover Queen of Greensburg, Pam and Thomas Agee of Campbellsville, 1 son, Mikie and Shannon Pruyear of Finley, 11 grandchildren, Tristan Watson and Maelynn Bault, of Knifley, Justin Queen of Greensburg, Jason Agee, Destiny Agee and Cody Agee of Campbellsville, Anna Pruyear, Christine Pruyear, Michael Pruyear, Jessee Pruyear and Jacob Pruyear of Finley. She is also survived by 3 step-children, Joey Tucker of Louisville, Justin and Vanessa Tucker and Jared Tucker of Knifley, and two step-grandchildren, Jessie and Daisy Tucker both of Knifley. 3 brothers and 3 sisters survive, Earl Jr. and Sharon Jennings of Marseilles, IL, Billy Sue and Delbert Perkins of Knifley, Ronnie Callahan of Campbellsville and Connie and Jimmy Burress of Elkhorn. Surviving also is one half-sister, Carolyn and Rickey Ford of Elkhorn.

Juanita was not only a loving mother to her own children, but she held the title as a second mom to several, Terry Colvin, Jeremy Colvin, Robbie Colvin, Sara Bolden, Deana Collins, Chris Pruyear and the late Jamie Baugh.

Pallbearers for the funeral service will be Tristan Watson, Justin Queen, Jason Agee, Ronnie Callahan, David Ford and Jacob Puryear.

Donations are requested to New Journey Church Fellowship Home and can be made at the funeral home.

Auberry-Gupton & Chandler Funeral Home is entrusted with the arrangements.

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