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Jennie Agnes Neal

Jennie Neal

September 24, 1934          ~          November 7, 2010

Jennie Agnes Neal, 76, of Glasgow, died Sunday, November 7, 2010 at the T. J. Samson Community Hospital. She was the daughter of the late John Ed Byrd and Rosie Mae Maulk Byrd. She was attending the Lighthouse Church in Horse Cave, KY.

She is survived by seven sons: Danny Neal and his wife Shirley of Hiseville, Carroll Neal and his wife Janice of Savoyard, James Neal of Glasgow, Cotton Neal and his wife Lisa of Glasgow, Ronnie Neal and his wife Sharon of Glasgow, Tim Neal and his wife Connie of Glasgow and Jeff Neal and his wife Pam of Hiseville; Three daughters: Glenda Honeycutt and her husband Wayne of Hiseville, Rebecca Hampton and Ricky of Glasgow, Teresa Pennington and her husband Timmy of Center; Twenty six grandchildren; eighteen great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held 2:00 P.M. Tuesday, November 9, 2010 at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home with burial in the Hiseville Cemetery. Visitation will be after 3:00 P.M. Monday at the funeral.


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11 Entries for Jennie Agnes Neal

  1. Jerry & Stephanie McClellan says:

    Danny & Shirley ; SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT THE LOSS OF AGNES SHE WAS A VERY SWEET PERSON. WE USED TO TALK AND HAVE THE BEST TIME WHEN SHE LIVED ON PARK .YOUR FAMILY HAS OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY

  2. sandra neal says:

    To the family who were like brothers and sisters to me may GOD bless you all and I will be here for ya the way yall was for us when momma passed away just remember she will always be alive in your hearts my thoughts and prayers are with you

    LOVE

    SANDRA KAYE

  3. Glenda says:

    we are so very sorry to hear about your Mother, it was time for God to call her home. know that we all love you and are praying for you

  4. Justin Hiser says:

    To Glenda,
    We are so very sorry we are praying for you and love you
    _justin Hiser

  5. lisahudgins says:

    sorry for the lost i sure will miss dancing with her she is a sweet woman i loved her she an angel looking over us

  6. nancy emmitt says:

    to all her children, just to let u know that i am thinking of you’ll at this time of sorrow. she was a great friend to me and mom too. she was one of mother’s best neighbors couldnt have wanted on any better than her and mary. may god be with each and everone of you’ll at this time . my prays are with you’ll. nancy emmitt and reva farley

  7. Pam Waters says:

    TERESA AND FAMILY YOU ARE IN MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS, I PRAY THAT GOD WILL WRAP HIS ARMS AROUND ALLOF YOU AND MAKE THIS TIME AS EASY AS POSSIBLE. IF YOU NEED ME YOU KNOW WHERE I AM. LOVE YA!!

  8. Sheila Smith says:

    Rebecca and family. We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. You and your family will be in our prayers. I am out of town on business and won’t be able to attend the funeral, but please know that your family is in our thoughts & prayers. Always remember to lean on the Lord for strength and He will provide you the grace to get through this difficult time. Love and prayers.
    Larry, Sheila & Allie Grace Smith

  9. Jeff and Tina Garmon says:

    Thoughts and prayers to the family!!

  10. kathy slaughter says:

    Teresa and family when I heard the news about your mom my heart was sadden because I know what it is like because I lost my mom few years back . It was hard for me but when I turned it over to the Lord it was better then he wont wont let u fall he will comfort u day by day also he will make u stronger just leaned on the Lord daily in the mist of your lost and I know rainy days ahead but the Lord will shine the light upon u Teresa hang in there it will get better as time passses on. God Bless U ALLDaily TODAY AND ALWAYS. Kathy Slaughter 2nd West

  11. Micala neal says:

    yes she was a good women and always will be no matter wat ppl say about her she was a good women and she ant sraced to fight….. :)