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George Akers, 67, Russell County, KY (1956-2024)

George W. Akers, 67, of Russell Springs, passed away Friday, June 7, 2024 at home.

He was born in Glasgow, KY on August 7, 1956, a son of the late Imogene (Murphy) and Chester Akers.

George is survived by.

Two daughters, Shannon Wilson, of Peyton, CO; Cindy Robertson, of Campbellsville, KY.

A son, Tim Akers, of Panama City, FL.

Two stepsons Josh Bunch, and Jeremy Stearns, of Russell Springs, KY.

Two sisters, Carolyn Wilson and Tammy Burton.

He is also survived by 7 grandchildren, 7 step grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren

He is preceded in death by his parents, wife Cherie Coe, sisters Brenda McCoy, Donna Akers and brother Casey Akers.

Care and cremation were chosen.

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