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Mr. Fay Dudley Overstreet, 83, Casey Co., KY (d. Dec. 28, 2011)


Funeral services for Mr. Fay Dudley Overstreet, are 2pmET/1pmCT, Saturday, December 31, 2011, at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home, 752 Campbellsville Street, Liberty, KY, with Bro. Homer Hecht officiating. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery in Liberty, Kentucky. Visitation is Saturday, December 31, 2011, from 12:30pmET/11:30amCT, until funeral service.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent to Crossroads Hospice, 4360 Glendale-Milford Road, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45242.

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Mr. Fay Dudley Overstreet age 83.
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Out of the ten children born to Hattie Lee and Dudley Overstreet, Fay Dudley was the only one who was not born in Liberty, Kentucky.

His parents had moved to the Cincinnati area but returned to their house on Beldon Avenue where the Mike and Brenda Carmicle house now stands in Liberty, KY, when Fay was less than two years old.Faye passed away December 28, 2011 at the age of 83.


He graduated from Liberty High School in 1947, served for years in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean Conflict, graduated from the University of Kentucky with a bachelors degree in education, graduated from Xavier University in Cincinnati with a masters degree in school administration. He was employed 26 years by the New Miami Board of Education, teaching six years and served as high school principal the remaining 2o years. After retiring from education, he worked part time with the Butler County Employment Training Administration for several years.

Fay loved music, especially country gospel. He had a vast collection of 78's. 33's, 45's, cassette tapes and CD's. He would take his favorite song from a recording and transfer it to a tape, and add his thoughts or some information about the song which made the tape more interesting.

He also liked to write and submitted several articles to the Kentucky Explorer about growing up in Liberty and also what Liberty was like during World War II.

He leaves his wife of 59 years, Ann Morgan, and the following:
  • Daughter and son in law: Leanne and Tim Myers

  • Grandchildren: Jessie , Grayson, Laurel and Kenton

  • A brother: Ray Lewis Overstreet

  • And several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Hattie Lee and Dudley Overstreet, siblings Lela (Ed) Henson, Mabel Carpenter, Stella (Earl) Wethington, Mildred Monk, Ida Lee (C. J.)Thomas, Bobby Joe (Jean) Overstreet, and two infant brothers.

Arrangements entrusted to McKinney-Brown Funeral Home with guestbook available at McKinney Brown Home, 752 Campbellsville Street, Liberty, KY.


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Appalachian Children's Home gives check to PRIDE



2011-12-29 - Barbourville, KY - Photo by Cindy Lackey.
Barbourville, KY Steve Yeary, left executive director of Appalachian Children's Home, surprised PRIDE's Tammie Wilson center on December 15, 2011, with a $500 donation. On the right is Bruce Crouch of Waste Connections of Kentucky, who was delivering bicycles with PRIDE staff as part of Waste Connections' annual Christmas Promise project. The Appalachian Children's Home is a state-licensed institution and emergency shelter for boys and girls under the age of 18. The facility is located on a 158-acre campus on the outskirts of Barbourville. Eastern Kentucky PRIDE, Inc., is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization, and all donations are tax deductible. It is home to approximately 50 teenagers and employs 60 staff members. To donate to Eastern Kentucky PRIDE or to Waste Connections' 2012 Christmas Promise, please call the PRIDE office, toll free, at 888-577-4339.

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Mr. Fay Dudley Overstreet, 83, Casey Co., KY (d. Dec. 28, 2011)



2011-12-29 - 752 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo McKinney-Brown Funeral Home.


Mr. Fay Dudley Overstreet, 83, Casey Co., KY (d. Dec. 28, 2011)


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