Patsy J. Lilley (1942 - 2015)

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Patsy J. Northcutt Lilley, 73, Cynthiana, died Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015 at her residence.
She was born in Harrison County, Oct. 2, 1942, to the late Robert Lewis Northcutt and Lorraine Highlander Donovan, and was preceded in death by two grandchildren, Jonathan Gaunce and Amy Jo Gaunce.
She was a homemaker, cook at Eastside Elementary School, attended Midway School for Girls, an avid green thumb, enjoyed interior decorating and was a member of Oddville United Methodist Church and Cynthiana Homemakers.
Survivors include: her husband, Charles "Bob" Lilley; three sons, Jeffery (Lisa) Gaunce, Robbie (Pam) Gaunce and Russell (Allison) Gaunce Jr., all of Harrison County; a daughter, Darla Gaunce Johnson, Harrison County; a step-son, Larry Joe (Gwen) Lilley, Greeneville, Tenn.; a step-daughter, Tammy Lilley (Mark) Foureman, Huber Heights, Ohio; four brothers, B. W. (Fannie Mae) Northcutt, Danny (Pamela) Northcutt, Jerry Northcutt and Bobby (Vicki) Northcutt, all of Harrison County; a half brother, Don Henry, Pendleton County; a sister, Betty (Charlie) Laytart, Harrison County; a half sister, Diane Feeback, Georgetown; eight grandchildren, Nicholas Gaunce, Wesley Gaunce, Amanda Gaunce, Kaitlin Johnson, Kethan Johnson, Whitney Gaunce, Aaron Gaunce and Andrew Gaunce; two step-grandchildren, Ryan Howard and Aaron Howard; five great-grandchildren, Raelyn Gaunce, Locke Gaunce, Hank Gaunce, Abree Schimpler and Tatum Lail; and two special friends, Deloris Magee and Brenda Hill Dennis.
Funeral services were held Friday, Oct. 9 at Ware Funeral Home by Pastor Megan Reed and the Rev. Terry McDuffey. Burial was in Oddville Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of the Bluegrass or Oddville United Methodist Church.
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Cynthiana, KY 41031
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Published in The Cynthiana Democrat on Oct. 15, 2015