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Nancy Kirkpatrick

Nancy Kirkpatrick

October 24, 1960     ~     July 30, 2015

Nancy Karen Kirkpatrick, 54, Glasgow, died July 30, 2015, at the T. J. Samson Community Hospital. A native of Barren County, she was a daughter of the late William McKinley Mills, Sr. and Parrilee Sublett Mills. She was an LPN and had worked at the T. J. Samson Emergency Room for 25 years and then at Urgent Clinic and Plasma Center. She was a member of the Bearwallow Baptist Church.

Survivors include one son: Justin Kirkpatrick and wife Marna; her companion: James Greene; five grandchildren: Ryan Conover, Karrah Harbison, Mara Harbison, Makena Harbison, and Owin Kirkpatrick; two great-grandchildren: Parker Conover and Kyelan Harbison; two brothers: William Mills, Jr. of Bowling Green and Parnell Mitchell of Cleveland, OH; three sisters: Hattie Gardner, Patricia Mills, and Ada Grider all of Bowling Green; several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by one sister, Florence Nuckols.

Mrs. Kirkpatrick had requested cremation and in keeping with her wishes, there will be no visitation and no funeral service. Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home is entrusted with the arrangements.


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Guest Register

17 Entries for Nancy Kirkpatrick

  1. lois bulle says:

    Justin ;;we are so sorry to hear about your mom she was such a loving lady just remember the good times we will keep you and your family in prayer god bless you

  2. Tony & Paulette (Witty) Wasylycia says:

    Parnell and family members:
    So very sorry to hear about your sister and loved one, Nancy. All of you are in our prayers.

    Paulette (Witty) Wasylycia
    GHS class of 1967

  3. MARC JONES says:

    JUSTIN & MILLS FAMILY SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT THE LOSS OF YOUR MOTHER & SIBLING. NANCY WAS A VERY NICE LADY & I’VE KNOWN FOR SEVERAL YEARS.ALWAYS UP TEMPO & FULL OF LAUGHTER. WILL CONTINUE TO PRAY FOR YOU JUSTIN & FAMILY. JUSTIN ,NANCY SPOKE VERY HIGHLY OF YOU & WAS PROUD OF YOUR ACCOMPOLSHMENTS IN LIFE,BUT MOST OF ALL SHE WAS A PROUD MOTHER & GRANDMOTHER. JUSTIN I REMEMBERING MEETING YOU YEARS AGO AT KROGERS IN BOWLING GREEN

  4. Mona Handy Benotti says:

    Parnell, I am very sorry to hear of the loss of your sister. My condolences and prayers for you and your family. Mona Handy Benotti

  5. Bob galloway says:

    It’s been a long time Parnell. I’m sorry about your loss.

  6. Bonita Williams says:

    Justin, so sorry for your loss, your mother was so proud of you.I saw her a few years ago and she beamed with joy speaking of you. Just letting you and your family know that our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
    Bonita Shirley Williams & Adrian, Drew & Austin Shirley

  7. Brenda Hale Eaton says:

    Parnell, so sorry to hear of the loss of your sister. Prayers for you and the family.

  8. James L. Davis says:

    So sorry for you and all your family Parnell, my sympathy to all. Class of 67.

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  10. Mary Rice says:

    Justin, sorry about your loss our prayer are with you, and remember God cares and knows your pain.

  11. Sandy says:

    I worked with Nancy for a long time at TJ. She was a very special person and friend. She touched alot of lives in she short live. She will be missed greatly. Nancy thanks for the great memory. Sandy

  12. Ella ( Clara ) Nelson says:

    To The Family, of Nancy , so sorry to hear of Nancy’s Homegoing, my prayers goes out to you, Keep looking to the Lord, and He will comfort you and give you the strength to make it through these trying times.

  13. Tammy Thomas says:

    It’s so hard to put in words what I am feeling right now. I promised you I would, with the Lord’s will, be with you so you would not leave this world by yourself. God made that happen and I give him the highest praise for me to holding your hand as you took your last breath and that it was his plan that it be just you and I. Having such peace knowing you are in a healthy body today rejoicing in your eternal home. You always made me believe that everything would be okay,even when I knew you didn’t exactly feel that way. You took my burdens and made them your own.

    You were the best role model, my Florence Nightingale and now thanks to you, Jordan, will be known as Barren Counties youngest nurses aid according to our friends in the medical field. I thank God for the last few months that we spent talking until we fell asleep every night as I did my best to take the best care I could for you sis.

    So many wonderful memories only a crazy pair of partners in crime (Thelma & Louise) could make. RIP my beautiful girl until we see each other again soon.

  14. Doris & Bernard Francis says:

    God bless the family sorry about your lost Nancy was truly a good woman to Justin God Bless you man and take care keep God at the head of your life.

  15. TJ &JESS CONSTANT says:

    I WILL ALWAYS CHERISH ALL OUR GOOD TIMES AT TJSCH. OUR CRAZY CRUSHED ICE CRAVINGS WHILE WERE PREGNANT AT THE SAME TIME. ALSO MY EXTRA BATCHES OF BOURBON CANDY I MADE FOR YOU AND VICKIE K. YOU WILL BE SO TRUELY MISSED BY EVERY PERSON’S SOUL YOU TOUCHED. WE HAD SO MANY GOOD TALKS.I I WILL MISS YOUR SMILE AND LAUGHTER. I KNOW YOU ARE IN GOD’S HANDS NOW, BUT I WILL STILL MISS YOU, MY FRIEND.LOVE YOU……..

  16. Emily Russell Harper says:

    Dear Parnell,

    My deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family for the loss of your sister. I am so sorry .
    Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

    Emily Russell Harper
    Class of ‘67

  17. Vickie Davis says:

    So sorry. I worked with Nancy for many many yrs at TJ Samson. No matter how rough the job got, she was a super nurse and dear friend. A day never went by without plenty of laughter with Nancy. She will truly be missed.