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Kentucky Veterans Cemetery North

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Moore Family Funeral Home - Newtown
Wednesday February 3rd, 2016

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Moore Family Funeral Home - Newtown
Wednesday February 3rd, 2016

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Eugene Kenneth Prather

Us Army Korean War Veteran PRATHER Eugene Kenneth, age 84, of Williamsburg, Oh. Current resident of Ohio Veterans Home Georgetown, Ohio. Loving father of Melinda Sue Stanley, Randolph Kenneth Prather and the late Anita Ruth James. Son of the late Herman and Ethel Perkins Prather and Connie Miller Frick. Dear brother of Anna Mae (Herb) Asher, Loretta (Dan) Snyder, Ronald (Juanita) Prather and Herschel (Gladys) Prather. Cherished grandfather of Shawn James, Bradley Stanley. Great-grandfather of Cheyanne and Shane James. Eugene worked for Proctor and Gamble for 35 years as an accountant. Memorials are preferred in his memory to the Veterans Fund C/O Ohio Veterans Home 2003 Veterans Blvd. Georgetown, Ohio 45121.

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The Literacy Council Family extends its sympathy to Melinda during this time of loss. Melinda, you have been most generous with your volunteer gift of time, helping adults learn to read and write. We hope this made your father proud and happy. May your father, Eugene, rest in eternal peace.

Susan Vilardo Feb 4 2016 1:52 PM

The memory of Eugene that is most impressive in my mind ?..... is how his belief in the Son of God, "Christ Jesus" affected my friend, Melinda . Eugene, being her Dad, affected her spiritual insight and that was an encouragement to me in those days. Though we were in a "rebellious" stage of our lives.....I'm reminded today that while we "yet sinners" Christ died for us !...........................................

Connie Parker Feb 2 2016 8:19 AM

The memory that comes to mind when I think of my Uncle Eugene, is when Eugene, Elaine, my Mom and Dad and I sang at Eugene's church. Whenever we would get together in Florida, Eugene always wanted to learn a song that was new to him, to sing at his church. He truly enjoyed going to church and singing praises to God.

Susan Davis Feb 1 2016 3:47 PM