Lucille B. HAYES

Hamilton, Ohio

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I will miss a wonderful friend who took me under her wing when Jim first took me to meet her and John. I will miss her greatly. Debbie&son Jason Hollon God Bless all of you.

My deepest and most heartfelt condolences to John and family.

Hayes Family So sorry for the loss of your mother. Prayers are with you.

Fred & Karen your family in Texas knows your loss and understands the pain. May God Bless you in this time of need. We love you.

Family Galveston
Sharon Bush

Jack, Linda, Randy, Fred,[Dad Fred],
So sorry for the loss of your sweet,wife & Mother.She was always doing nice things for people.When we all were teens she baked me a cake,in shape of a Bunny one year,for my birthday.It was so cute i didn't want to cut & eat it.
We were neighbors about 50 years ago, and I still remember your sweet family.
I am sure you have many sweet memories to remind you of her.
Many Blessings and Prayers to all of you.
Patty[Allen] Hayes...

Dear John and the Hayes Family,
Caring Thoughts Are With You. At times like this, words seem so powerless to express the thoughts this message is intended to bring. Still, perhaps you'll understand what words must leave unspoken and know the heartfelt sympathy that comes to you today. Someone so much a part of us can never really be gone. All the words in the world would not be enough to say how sorry we are for your loss.
Victor and Elaine Smith / Zachary Williams

Fred, Karen: I'm so sorry to hear of your Mother's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you all...


Lucille's Obituary

News Death NoticeHAYES, Lucille B. age 84 of Middletown, died Saturday March 16, 2013 at the Hospice of Butler and Warren Counties. She was born November 22, 1928 in Pomeroyton, Kentucky, the daughter of Vernie Honaker and Emma (Lovelace) Honaker. Lucille was a member of the Christian...

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