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Floyd Ray “Cotton” Lay

Floyd Ray Cottyon Lay

June 14, 1938           ~          February 17, 2013

Floyd Ray “Cotton” Lay, 74, of Glasgow, died Sunday, February 17, 2013 at this residence. He was the son of the late Christal and Gertie Wilson Lay. He was a member of Pine Grove Church and was attending Crossland Community Church.

He is survived by his companion of 20 years: Brenda J. Glass; two daughters: Teresa Ann Lay Davis (Anthony) of Edmonson County and Michaela Dayle Robertson; Brenda’s children: Kathy Jones (Steve) of Glasgow, Tina Stovall of Cave City, Johnnie Neal of Cave City and Todd Neal (Nancy) of Glasgow; three brothers: Dempsey Lay of Louisville, Aubrey Lay (Wilma) of Edmonson County and Richard Lay (Jennifer) of North Carolina; one sister: Sherry Jane Lay Colllins (Lewis) of Oregon; several nieces and nephews also survive.

Besides his parents he was preceded in death by one son: Michael Ray Lay; one brother: Frankie Lay; and one grandchild.

Funeral will be 2:00 P.M. Tuesday at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home with burial in the Happy Valley Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be after 2:00 P.M. Monday at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to help defray funeral expenses.

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4 Entries for Floyd Ray “Cotton” Lay

  1. Samantha Shirley says:

    Ms. Glass,

    I worked at Ely’s for several years as a pharmacy technician and the book keeper. It was there that I got to know you and Floyd. I haven’t worked there since 2010 but I still remember you all and I am sorry for your loss.

    With my condolences,

  2. wanda decker says:

    my sincerest condolence .

    wanda decker

  3. Sheri Lee says:

    Very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with Floyd’s family and friends. May God’s Peace be with you during this difficult time.

  4. Sue Fitzpatrick says:

    Aubrey and Family, so sorry about your loss. Sincere condolences from Alex, Mama, and me.

    Alex and Sue Fitzpatrick and Imogene Bryant