April Renee Hurt
April Renee Hurt, 45, of Celina passed away Nov. 29 at the Cumberland River Hospital. Funeral services were held Dec. 3 from the Chapel of the Hall Funeral Home. Interment followed in the Free Hill Cemetery in Celina.
April Renee Hurt was born March 5, 1968 in Indianapolis, Ind. She attended Indiana School for the blind and graduated from Northwest High School in 1987 where she participated in the “Special Needs Program.” Although she was born with cerebral palsy, legally blind and unable to speak, she touched the hearts of everyone she came in contact with. She communicated by sign language and facial expressions. She attended the Christ Missionary Baptist Church with her father in Indiana and Church of Christ with her mother in Tennessee She was in different home care programs where she learned to bowl and won a tournament. She was recently crowned Miss Fabulous. She was preceded in death by her father John Edward Hurt.
Surviving relatives include her mother Irene Hurt of Celina; sisters Martha, Alexious, Shanrika, Jackie, Yolanda and Yvonne; brothers Tyronne, Micheal and Gerrald; special aunt Eva Terrell and special uncle Billy Ray Hamilton and wife Mary Jo all of Louisville, Ky; and a host of aunts, cousins, close family members and many, many friends.
George Fay Ellis
George Fay Ellis, 62, of Celina passed away Nov. 26 at the Cumberland River Hospital. Funeral services were held Nov. 29 at the Upton Funeral Home with Danny Scott officiating. Interment followed in the Fellowship Cemetery.
George Fay Ellis was born Feb. 2, 1951 in Clay County. He was an affiliated member of the Baptist Church.
He was preceded in death by his parents George and Louttie Estell (Dulworth) Ellis; brothers Austin and Charlie Ray Ellisand; and sisters Katherine Hines and Susan Lee Richardson.
Surviving relatives include son Charlie Ellis of Kokomo, Ind.; daughters Faye (Ellis) Wheeler of Kokomo, Ind., Glenda Jo Stacey Johnson Ellis of Gainesboro, Tennessee and Taylor Ellis of Celina; sisters Ruby Tinsley of Indianapolis, Ind., Ann Clark of Allons, Tennessee and Anna Mae Potter of Crossville, Tennessee and 13 grandchildren.
Tommy Bush, 77, of Red Boiling Springs passed away Nov. 25 at the Sumner Regional Medical Center in Gallatin. Funeral services were held Nov. 29 from the Anderson & Son Funeral Home Chapel in Red Boiling Springs with E.C. Meadows officiating. Interment followed in the Whitley Cemetery.
Tommy Bush was born July 20, 1936 in Macon County. He was the former assistant manager at Reese’s Piggly Wiggly with 37 years of service and a member of the Red Boiling Springs Church of Christ. He would always have a smile on his face wherever you saw him.
He was preceded in death by his parents Oscar and Olene Allen Bush; twin daughters Theresa Darlene Bush and Melissa Aileen Bush; sisters Sue Carol Bilbrey and Sandra Bush; brothers Paul David, Fay and Billy Bush; sister-in-law Mary Elizabeth Bush; and brothers-in-law Ether Bean and Robert Hudson.
Surviving relatives include sisters and brothers-in-law Joan Pickerell and husband Bernard of Tompkinsville, Ky., Charlene Bean, Peggy Bush, Mary Hudson, Beverly Gregory and husband Randel all of Red Boiling Springs; brothers and sisters-in-law Kenneth Bush and wife Lucille of Nashville, Bobby Bush and wife Agnes of Red Boiling Springs; sisters-in-law Wilmadean Bush of Mexico, Mo., Marie Bush of Livingston; brother-in-law Ray Bilbrey of Red Boiling Springs; and several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were all the present and past employees of Reese’s Piggly Wiggly.
Active pallbearers were Jason Gregory, Dominic Buono, Jeff Bilbrey, Greg Bilbrey, Russ Hudson, Michael Davis, Ricky McCauley and Mike Reese.
Philip Trejo, 49, of Hilham passed away Nov. 30 at his residence. Memorial services were held Dec. 3 at the Living Word Ministries in Burkesville, Ky. with Pastor Dana Coverstone officiating.
Philip Trejo was born Dec. 8, 1963 in Michigan. He was a member of the Living Word Ministries Church in Burkesville, Ky. and was a veteran of the U.S. Army and the National Guard.He was preceded in death by his parents George and Faye (Murphy) Trejo; and brother Charles Trejo.
Surviving relatives include wife Kaylee Trejo of Hilham; son Nicholas Trejo of Seymour, Ind., daughters Ariana Trejo, Maria Perez, Cheyenne Trejo all of Seymour, Ind.; granddaughter Naima Rocha of Seymour, Ind.; ex-wife Lynda Trejo of Seymour, Ind.; sisters Lola Griffith, Mary Trejo, Sue Garza, Jerry Trejo and Eva Cavazo; and brothers Richard Trejo, James Trejo and Junior Trejo.
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