Obituary Donated by Neal Byrge


From The Barbourville Mountain Advocate 2 May 2002


REBA SUE LOWERY, 55, of Barbourville, passed away Wednesday morning, April 24, 2002 at her home. She was a daughter of Ora Shelton Goodin and the late Cephuas Goodin, born on Feb. 1, 1947 in Knox County. Ms. Lowery was a homemaker and a member of the Living Waters Pentecostal Church. She united in marriage with Tip Jackson in 1962 and to this union two children were born. In 1977, she united in marriage with William Lowery and to this union one child was born.

Survivors include her mother, Ora Shelton Goodin of Gird1er; three children, Phyllis Jackson Long and husband, David, of Berea, Elizabeth Jenell Jackson Grimes of Richmond and William Cephuas Lowery and wife, Mindy, of Artemus; three sisters, Buellia Marie Brewer and husband, Sam, of London, Oma Lou Lawson and husband, Dearl, of Girdler and Clara Jean Brewer of Girdler, two brothers, James Ben Goodin and wife, Debra, of Berea and Cephuas Goodin Jr. and wife, Janie, of Georgetown; seven grandchildren.

Funeral services were conducted in the chapel of the Knox Funeral Home Saturday, April 27 with the Rev. Bobby Epperson, the Rev. Owen Smith and the Rev. Tommy Frazier officiating. Ms. Lowery was laid to rest in the Shelton Family Cemetery at Girdler.

Knox Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.



From The Lexington herald Leader 25 Apr 2002

BARBOURVILLE - REBA SUE LOWERY, 55, homemaker, daughter of Ora Shelton Goodin, Girdler, died yesterday, apparently of cancer. Services 11 a.m. Saturday, Knox Funeral Home. Visitation 6-9 p.m. today and Friday. Contributions suggested to Tri-County Hospice, London.


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