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Naomi Eubank Kinslow

August 6, 1935     ~     October 8, 2014

 

Naomi Eubank Kinslow, 79, Glasgow, died Wednesday, October 8, 2014, at the Barren County Health Care Center. A native of Barren County, she was a daughter of the late Vester White Eubank and Elizabeth Pickett Eubank. She was a retired office manager of American Materials with more than 30 years service. She was a member of the Refuge Church of Christ and was a lover of animals.

Survivors include her husband Bill Kinslow; her children: Brad Kinslow and Karrie Kinslow both of Glasgow; her grandchildren: Cassie Trivett and her husband Brian, Clayton Kinslow and his fiancée Danacee Seube, and Megan Kinslow; her great-grandchild: Harley Trivett; her sister: Ruth Faye Yates and her husband Jim of Nashville; along with several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by three sisters: Frances Webb, Barbara Cook, and Lois Hope McFarland; three brothers: Vester White Eubank, Jr., William Crews “Billy” Eubank, and B. L. Eubank.

Memorial services will be held 1:00 p.m. Sunday, October 19, 2014, at the Refuge Church of Christ. There will be no visitation. Memorials are suggested to MADD or to BRAWA. Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.


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Guest Register

13 Entries for Naomi Eubank Kinslow

  1. Marcia & Woody says:

    Love you all and all the memories I have; spent weeks during the summer, being a pest I am sure:-), family get-togethers, holidays and drop-in visits. Lots of good times and I owe a lot to Naomi for giving me of her time when I was geowing up, dealing w/ the loss of Daddy, getting thru college and life’s challenges. She was always certain “I would make it”. Love you all and know your memories will also get you through to a more peaceful place.

  2. Betsy Wells-Jones says:

    Thinking of you all at this difficult time. Naomi was like a mother to me, she was always a phone call away when I needed advice. We wrote many letters to one another and I could always count on a sweet birthday and anniversary card from her. She was an important part of my life and I don’t know what I would have done without her! Thinking of you Billy, Karrie and Brad through this difficult time. Love you all always! Betsy

  3. Jennie Wilson says:

    Thinking of each of you at this sad time. I have such good memories to remember of Naomi. She was such a classy lady such a fun and wonderful person.

  4. Carroll & Rosemary Hatcher says:

    I am sorry to hear about Naomi. I did not really know her but Ruth Faye and I graduated from high school together and were good friends so I saw Naomi occasionally in those earlier years. Ruth Faye, we will keep you and your family in our prayers. Carroll

  5. LaDonna and John Rogers says:

    It saddens our hearts to hear of Naomi’s passing. For many years she was a good friend, mentor and sweet listener on the other end of the phone between Frankfort and Glasgow. She was a role model and good example for me as a professional. As I write this I can hear her sweet humble voice on the other end of the phone. She taught me more than she ever knew. I’m so sorry for your families loss. LaDonna and John Rogers

  6. Brandi Cary says:

    Naomi was a very sweet and kind lady, I’m sorry to hear that she has passed. Thinking of everyone in her family at this hard and difficult time. Rest easy Naomi I know God is taking care of you.

  7. Brenda Mullaney says:

    Naomi will be missed by so many. I have fond memories and will remember them always. Naomi was only eight years older than me so we were more like sisters I loved riding on Daisy (Naomi’s horse) and having fun on the farm. In later years when Naomi was married to Billy I would spend a week with them in the summer. My heart goes out to all who have loved Naomi and known her. Love to all the family.

  8. James & Freida Webb says:

    So sorry for your loss.

  9. SHERI EUBANK says:

    You all are in my prayers. So sorry for your loss.

  10. sandra brown says:

    so sorry for your loss. , may this sweet lady rest in the heavens.

  11. michael ellis says:

    Sorry We won’t be able to make the trip at this time to be with you but you have our deepest sympathy and our thoughts will be with you. I have such fond childhood memories of being around Billy and Naomi. I dated a young lady who lived across the street from their first house they rented when they got married. I would visit the girlfriend and then go across the street and hang with Uncle Billy and Aunt Naomi for a while. She was a good woman full of life and will be missed by all. I send uncle Billy and the rest of the family a prayer for strength and healing. Ellen and I will send a donation to Madd on her behalf. She was a wonderful person who enriched the lives of those around her and we morn her loss. Stay strong. Michael and Ellen Ellis.

  12. Tim and Leigh Ann Russell and Girls says:

    We are so sorry to hear about Naomi. She was a fine lady we loved her very much. Going to miss her. Prayers and thoughts to her family.

  13. Shirley Ritter Blanck says:

    I am so sorry to hear of Naomi’s death. She was a fine person and very talented. I know she will be greatly missed. Love and prayers to all the family. Shirley Ritter Blanck