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Dora Dean Atwood, Liberty, KY (1935-2012)
She was a former employee of Osh Kosh and a member of the Willow Springs United Methodist Church. She was a member of a large, respected Casey County, KY. She leaves 48 direct living descendants. She was the widow of the late Clyde Atwood
Dora Dean Atwood, 77, passed away on Saturday June 9, 2012 at her residence in Liberty, KY.
Visitation will be 5pm-9pmET/4pm/8pmCT, Monday evening June 11, 2012 and after 8amET/7amCT, Tuesday morning at the Bartle Funeral Home Chapel, 142 KY 49, Liberty, KY. Funeral Services officiated by Reverend Dennis Morgan, will be at 11amET/10amCT, June 12, 2012 at the Bartle Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will follow in the Willow Springs Cemetery.
Dora Dean Atwood, Casey County, KY (1935-2012)
She was born in Casey County, Kentucky on May 16, 1935. She was the daughter of the late Dewey Morgan and the late Icie Ann Anderson Morgan. She died Saturday June 9, 2012 in Liberty, Casey County, KY at the age of 77 years and 24 days.
She was preceded in death by her spouse Clyde Atwood; two sons, Jimmie Blevins and Charles Atwood, two grandchildren, four sisters; Alene Emerson, Alma Benson, Alfa Salyers and Betty Jean Minton and two brothers; Brooklyn and Lawrence Happy Morgan.
She was a former employee of Osh Kosh and a member of the Willow Springs United Methodist Church.
She is survived by the following:
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