Note: uary 6, 1986 at his home.
He was the son of the late Walter Yancey and the late Laura WilkersonYancey, and was also preceded in death by one sister, Thelma Thompson;and one brother-in-law, Merlin Thompson. He was a disabled coal miner and a member of the Tunnell Hill BaptistChurch.
He is survived by his wife, Clona West Yancey of the Tunnell HillCommunity; two daughters: Mrs. Floyd (Ruth Ann) Roysdon of the Terry HillCommunity; and Mrs. Benny Joe (Murliene) Hatfield of the Tunnell HillCommunity; two granddaughters: Vickie and Laura Christie Roysden, both ofthe Terry Hill Community; two grandsons: Floyd Gregory Roysden of theTerry Hill Community; and Joseph Lee Hatfield of the Tunnell HillCommunity; one niece, Mrs. Foie (Wilma Lee) Duncan of the Paint RockCommunity; two aunts: Mrs. Julia Mae Phillips of the Tunnell HillCommunity; and Mrs. Arlin (Vela) Sexton of the Paint Rock Community; twouncles: Mrs. Alvis Yancey of the Cherry Fork Community; and Mr. ElmerYancey of Cincinnati, Ohio. Many other relatives survive also.
Funeral services were conducted from the Tunnell Hill Baptist Church atII a.m. Sunday, February 9, with the Rev. Roger Honeycutt officiating.The Segal Phillips Family Sang. Burial Followed in the Stringer Cemeteryin the Paint Rock Community.
Pallbearers were Clement Laxton, William White, Johnny Yancey, GurnellYancey, Herman Yancey and Ronnie Yancey.
West-Murley Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.
Note: Wilbert Yancey, 62, of the Tunnel Hill Comunity, passed away suddenlyThursday afternoon, Febr
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