RANDOLPH PENNINGTON 1920 - 2000

MOREHEAD, KY. Randolph Pennington 80, of Sandy Hook, died Wednesday Dec. 20, 2000 at Kings Daughters medical Center, Ashland.

He was born March 17, 1920 in Elliott County to the late Charles Pennington and Alta Fraley Pennington.

He was a retired farmer, carpenter, and construction worker, and was a christian.

Survivors include two sons, Charles Roy Pennington of Sandy Hook, and Randolph David Pennnington of Coldwater, Miss.: 10 daughters, Naomi Davis of
West Liberty, Janice Davis, Linda Pennington, Elaine Fannin, Diane Hardin, Claudette Green and Fonda Weddington all of Sandy Hook, Mary Barker of Olive
Hill, and Teresa Wolfenbarger and Dena Crum, both of Morehead; one brother Glenn N. Pennington of Morehead; nine sisters, Dorothy DeHart of McComabs,
Ohio, Margeny Genetin and Laura Pennington of Fairborn, Ohio, Lurene Ison, Pearl Black, Ann Anderson, Leeona Tackett, Elizabeth Buttry and
Nadine Downing all of Morehead; 29 grandchildren, 49 great-grandchildren, and two great-great grandchildren.

Preceding him in death were one daughter, Frances K. Pennington, one sister, Gemimia Pennington, and one brother, Coy Ronald Pennington.

Funeral services were set for Saturday, Dec. 23, at 1 p.m. at Northcutt and Son Home for Funerals Memorial Chapel with Rev. Harold Davis and Rev. Billy T. Rice officiating and burial in the Horton Cemetery
in Elliott County.

Visitation is all day Friday, Dec. 22, at the funeral home.

Pallbearers: (grandchildren) Dale Lewis, Shane Dennis, Charles Ray Pennington, Chad Goley, Thomas Fannin, Kevin Hardin, 
Brandon Green, Timothy Allen Crum, Danny Carter, and Ronald Weddington, Jr.

Honary pallbearers: Bruce Davis, Greg Davis, Steve Davis, Paul Davis, Donald Carter, Dean Carter, Trevor Dennis, and Randy David Pennington Jr.
Other honorary pallbearers: Jimmy Whitt, Kermit Vanhoose, Merlin Sloas, Junior Carter, Curt Davis, Clifford Porter and his many many friends.

Submitted by Sherry Lowe


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