“I just found out today that Uncle A.L. had died, he was the brother with my Grandma Mamie Napier, my Dads Uncle Clarence Napier who passed away March 2009, I have great memories of him from childhood.
“I am sorry to hear of A.L.'s passing. I ran across this sad news today when trying to do some family tree research. A. L. was my grandfather John L Ivey's brother. Our prayers are with the family.
“Hello I Guess your dancing I Love You always going to be in my Heart. But I, know your with Peg, where you, want to be. I just wanted,to tell hi and I Love You.
“I love you Papaw. I know you will always be with us all. I miss you more than words can say. You took my heart with you. I love you and I will keep you in my heart until I see you again. Until then enjoy paradise. I love you!
“Papaw I love you so much and I wish I could have been around more. You always loved me and accepted me just as I was. I will miss you so very much.
“My heart is so sad, I loved him just like my own Daddy. He was a sweet,kind and wonderful man and will be missed greatly. Fly high with the angels Daddy Ivey......Love Cheryl
“Greatest man I ever knew. I love you Papaw and I will miss you so much!! Thank you for being so wonderful and being so good to all of us.
“Poppy, you are so very special to me and so many more. I will miss your face and smile coming in to get your biscuits and don't forget the honey. LOL.I Love you and I know you are not in pain anymore.God has you in his house now. We lost a great man but God got an angel. Love you always and forever. To all of the family's God Bless you and help you through this rough time. I Love each and everyone of you.
News Death NoticeIVEY SR., A.L. age 77, of Somerville, passed away Wednesday, January 16, 2013 at Dayton VA Hospital. He was born February 22, 1935 in Hazard, KY to George and Martha (Hutchinson) Ivey Sr. He served our country during the Korean Conflict in the US Air Force and US Army with...Read More