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Frank and Darlene Burke offered help in Cane Valley

2016-07-25 - Cane Valley, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener,
Frank and Darlene Burke said, "of course", to all asking for assistance Saturday, opening their large front lawn to folks who needed a place to park during the final services for Anthony and Tammy Reese. The Burkes live directly across the road from the Cane Valley Cemetery where the Reeces were buried. They said there were probably 100 or more cars in the funeral procession that passed their home. Darlene is a native of Cane Valley, the daughter of Gilbert Harmon. Frank is a native of eastern Wayne County, the Green Ford community. His mama still lives there but he has been an Adair Countian since 1989 when he came here with his work. Frank and Darlene joined hundreds of people mourning the Reeces who were killed in a speed boat accident in Georgia.

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