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Phillip Lee Stapp, 70, Russell County, KY (1945-2016)

He was a Veteran of US Air Force and will be accorded full military honors at committal rites by the Russell County Honor Guard. He was a auto body repairman and was a member of Hayes Chapel United Methodist Church. He was an artist of some local repute, having done prints of the Nelson Mill (Russell County), the Sam Coffey swimming hole (Adair County), and Cherry Hall, the best-known buildlng on the campus of Western Kentucky University. He was a native of Russell County, KY and a resident of the county at the time of his death. He was a member of a highly regarded Russell County family. He was the son of the late Aldon & Zula Mae Lowhorn Stapp. His wife Patsy Stapp, survives. He leaves 13 direct living descendants.
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Phillip Lee Stapp, 70, of Russell Springs, KY. died Saturday, January 30, 2016 at his home.

A celebration of life will be held at 10amCT, Wednesday, February 3, 2016 at the Hayes Chapel United Methodist Church, 1353 West Hwy 619, Russell County, KY, with Bro. Bobby Bowe and Bro. John Blakey officiating. Visitation after 5pmCT, Tuesday, February 2, 2016, at Bernard Funeral Home Chapel, 367 N Main Street, Russell Springs, KY, and after 8amCT, Wednesday at the church. Interment will be in the Blakey Cemetery with full military honors by the Russell County Honor Guard. Special Music will be rendered by Bro. John & Faye Blakey, and Jo Nell Selby.


Pallbearers: Shane Stapp, Chris Stapp, Pat Loy, Randall Conner, Brian Campbell, Steve Lawhorn, Tim Loy, and Lance Stapp.


Phillip Lee Stapp, 70, Russell County, KY (1945-2016)


He was born February 17, 1945, in Russell County, KY. He was the son of the late Aldon & Zula Mae Lowhorn Stapp. He died Saturday, January 30, 2016, in Russell Springs, KY, at the age of 70 years, 11 months, and 13 days.

He was a Veteran of US Air Force. He was a auto body repairman and was a member of Hayes Chapel United Methodist Church.

He was an artist of some local repute, having done prints of the Nelson Mill (Russell County), the Sam Coffey swimming hole (Adair County), and Cherry Hall, the best-known buildlng on the campus of Western Kentucky University. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by four brothers, Preston, Garvis, Ronald & Dennis "Dink" Stapp; and a sister, Ellen Loy Survivors include his wife, Patsy Stapp, Russell Springs, KY, and thefollowing:
  • Three children: Mark E. (Sheila) Stapp; Jason L. (Kristy) Stapp; and April L. (Lonnie) Robertson, all of Russell Springs, KY

  • Eight grandchildren

  • Two great grandchildren

  • Two sisters: Elaine (Roger) Collins, Russell Springs, KY

  • One brother: Arvis (Linda) Stapp, Russell Springs, KY

  • Sister-in-law: Joann Bowe
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Bernard Funeral Home, 367 N Main Street, Russell Springs, KY, in charge of arrangements.


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