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Judy Sexton Martin

Judy Martin

November 22, 1959     ~     July 8, 2015

Judy Sexton Lyons Martin, 55, Hiseville, died Wednesday, July 8, 2015, at her residence. A native of Barren County, she was a daughter of Lenora Clark Sexton Hornback and the late James Melvin Sexton. She was a homemaker and a member of the Coral Hill Church of God.

She is survived by her children: Jessica Neal (Danny) of Hiseville and Jason Lyons (Velinda) of Columbia; her grandchildren: Sierra Lyons, Micala Neal, Shamari Broome, Jeremiah Broome, Jedediah Broome, Meredith Lyons, Joshua Lyons, Whitney Lyons, Elijah Lyons, and Isiah Lyons; her great-grandchild: Addalee Bush; her mother: Lenora Hornback of Haywood; her sisters: Linda Poynter (Terry) and Priscilla Sexton (Ronnie) all of Glasgow, and Jackie Houchens of Rocky Hill; her brothers: Darrell Sexton (Wanda) and Jody Sexton (Kara) all of Glasgow, and James Sexton (Darlene) of Pikeville; along with 15 nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m. Sunday at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home with burial in the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery. Friends may call after 11:00 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of contributions to help with funeral expenses.

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11 Entries for Judy Sexton Martin

  1. Teresa Sexton says:

    So sorry for your guys’ loss. Jessica and Jason, only time will make it easier. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Love you all cousins and Aunt Lenora.

  2. Renae Martin says:

    Roger and me would like to express our condolences for the loss of your mother… Our Thoughts and Prayers are with you all… God Bless!!!

  3. Peggy Hester says:

    Darrell and family so sorry for your lose, Praying for you all that GOD will be the peace and comfort to you all that only he can give.

  4. Roger & Judy Poynter says:

    Our sympathy goes to the whole family of Judy. We know what your going through. Only God can give the comfort you need at times like this.Your in our prayers and thoughts. If there is any thing we can do please call.

  5. Jessica Lynn says:

    Momma, im gonna miss u soooooo much…not being able to see u , talk to u, and u comforting me always ….u were my rock my friend u kissed my boo boos and loved me no matter what….u will always been in my heart and in my mind….life will never be the same….I love u momma r.i.p gone but never will u be forgotten……

  6. micala neal says:

    Dear, nanny I love you more than anything in the world, I mean yes sometimes we had our little spats but I love you I mean u raised and I hope that ur in a better place and. The good lord shall take care of and I hope to meet you one day. And we miss u so dearly love all Sierra , Shamari , Jeremiah, Jedidiah, and addalee

  7. Jerry Frazier says:

    May God’s Grace be abundant in your life ,during this difficult time.
    I will be praying for this family.
    Darrell,im so sorry for your loss.

  8. Jerry & Stephanie McClellan says:

    Jessica & Jason , We are so sorry for your loss. Judy was a great person , always laughing and having a great time she will live on always in your hearts forever .

  9. Jo Wallace says:

    My dearest 2nd MOMMA, I love you so much you have always been a big part of my life. You and I shared several stories and a couple secrets too :-) I MISS you so much and it hurts my soul that I didn’t get to tell you I love you one last time. I hope to see you again one day. Love You always, Jo

  10. Patricia Smith says:

    Well I will you miss you old friend. You always made me laugh. We had a lot of fun over the years.All though we lost touch for awhile, you and your family have always been in my prayers. May the Lord give your family the strength and comfort to make it through this hard time! Till we meet again in heaven. Love you !!

  11. licia Roo says:

    Aunt Judy I love and miss you so much. When I was younger I remember us all sitting on Memas porch and you Aunt Jackie and Aunt Priscilla always singing those gospel songs to us while I sat on the porch in aw listening to your beautiful voices thinking how lucky I was to be surrounded by people that loved tiny little me so much. As we all got older we seemed to have drifted apart for a while but over this past year we were back in each other’s lives like we should have always stayed. The past 6 months were the best getting to spend time with you reminiscing about the good old days getting to know each other all over again listening to our favorite old songs together wishing you still had the breath to sing to me. I would give anything to be able to hear that heavenly voice just one more time. I’m glad of the time we git to spend together and the talks we had. I’ll cherish those memories always. I love you so much and even though I know you’re not suffering anymore I miss you like crazy. Always know that you were loved know matter what. I LOVE YOU YOUR LICIA ROO…