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Mr. Steven James Hash, Taylor Co., KY (1954-2014)

He was a native of Taylor County, KY, the son of Patricia Wethington Hash and the late James Thomas Hash. His wife, Carol Houk Hash, survives. He leaves 13 direct living descendants. He was a former employee of Classic Kitchens in Campbellsville, KY
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Mr. Steven James Hash, 59, of Springfield, KY, formerly of Campbellsville, KY, gained his wings on Tuesday, February 25, 2014.

The funeral service for Mr. Steven James Hash will be conducted on Friday, February 28, 2014, at 10amCT/11amET, at the L.R. Petty Funeral Home and Cremation Service, 1765 New Columbia Road, Campbellsville, KY, with entombment to follow in the Campbellsville Memorial Gardens Mausoleum, 700 Old U.S. Hwy 68, Campbellsville, KY. Visitation will be held at the funeral home on Thursday, February 27, 2014, 4pm-7pmCT/5pm-8pmET, and on Friday after 6amCT/7amET, until time for the service.

Pallbearers for Mr. Hash are Mike Hash, Josh Sowders, Kevin Cox, Isiah Perkins, Jason Inman, Anthony Hash, Mike Phelps, and Greg Hash.

Honorary pallbearers are Jared Hash, Justin Hash, and Weston Jones.

Mr. Steven James Hash, Taylor Co., KY (1954-2014)

Mr. Hash was the son of Patricia (Wethington) Hash and the late James Thomas Hash. He was born Friday, October 1, 1954. He died Tuesday, February 25, 2014, at the age of 59 years, 4 months, and 24 days.

He was a former employee of Classic Kitchens in Campbellsville, KY.

He is survived by the following:
  • His wife: Carol "Carolyn" (Houk) Hash of Springfield, KY

  • Three children: Christopher Williams and wife Beth, of Greensburg, KY; Joy Lynn Inman and husband Jason, of Springfield, KY; and Jessica Heady and husband Michael, of Buffalo, KY

  • His mother: Patricia (Wethington) Hash of Campbellsville, KY

  • Five siblings: Angie Akin of Buffalo, KY; Byron Hash and wife Brenda of Campbellsville, KY; June Sooter and husband Dwight of Calvary, KY; and Mike Hash and Donna Hash, both of Campbellsville, KY

  • Ten grandchildren: Katelyn Williams, Nathan Williams, Ethan Williams, Ryan Hash, Brooklyn Maupin, Christopher Maupin, Kathrin Maupin, Savana Inman, Haven Cutler, and Hunter Inman

  • And a host of other friends and relatives
Send a condolence to the family of Steven James Hash

L. R. Petty Funeral Home, 1765 New Columbia Road, Campbellsville, KY, in charge of arrangements.

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Mr. Steven James Hash, Taylor Co., KY (1954-2014)

2014-02-26 - 1765 New Columbia Road, Campbellsville, KY - Photo from L.R. Petty Funeral Home.

Mr. Steven James Hash, Taylor Co., KY (1954-2014)

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