Alla Faye Terry, 80, of Glasgow, died Sunday, November 14, at the Barren County Nursing and Rehab Center.
A daughter of the late Monroe and Cletis Collier, formerly of Jackhorn, she was the widow of Gordon D. Terry.
Mrs. Terry was also preceded in death by a brother, Luther Potter, and two sisters, Betty Lou Holmes and Gloria “Mousie” Sloan.
She is survived by two children, Anthony W. Hall and wife Tess, and Therma D. Marcol and husband Kris, all of Glasgow; four stepchildren, Kent, Rainbow, and Dane Terry, all of Fort Pierce, Fla., and Sienna Wells of New Albany, Ind.; three brothers, Ernie Collier and wife Faye, Wes Collier and wife Faye, and Hubble Potter; two sisters, Joy Jovanovich, and Starla Holbrook and husband Glennis; six grandchildren, Andie Marcol and husband Will, Harrison Marcol and wife Ashley, Hannah Wayne, Vanessa Smith, Dane Smith, and Caressa Terry; and two great-grandsons, Elliot Gillespie and Peyton Terry
Mrs. Terry was graduated from Fleming-Neon High School in 1961. She went on to become a homemaker and later became “Nana” to many children she privately babysat in her home.
She enjoyed cooking and traveling with her family and was a longtime member of Bethel Independent Baptist Church.
A private graveside service was held November 19 at the Collier-Potter family cemetery in Fleming-Neon. Carty Funeral Home of Neon assisted with the local services.
A.F Crow & Son Funeral Home had charge of arrangements. Share your condolence with the family at www.crowfuneralhome.com.