Whitesburg KY

Bonnie McFall buried at Seco

Bonnie McFall, 68, of Neon, died May 30 at the University of Kentucky Hospital in Lexington.

Born in Letcher County to the late Charles Stewart and Delphia Adkins Mobley, she was the mother of the late Howard Newton McFall, Bobby Joe McFall and Donnie McFall, and a sister of the late Donnie Stewart, Howard Stewart and Bobby Joe Mobley.

She was a grandmother of the late Dakota Austin Yonts, Peyton Gage Mc- Fall, Aiden Wayne McFall and Nathan Wayne Mc- Fall, and a member of the Bethel Community Church in McRoberts.

Surviving are her husband, Jesse McFall, Neon; nine daughters, Linda Gibson and Eleanor Hall, both of Neon, Nadine Thomas of Kingdom Come, Bertha Brummett of Jenkins, Mildred ‘Katie’ Taylor of Kona, Judy Meeks of McRoberts, Delphia Sexton of Little Colley, and Delana Yonts and Sally Yonts, both of Indian Creek; four sons, Johnny McFall of Hemphill, Jesse Franklin McFall Jr. of McRoberts, Leland McFall of Neon, and Jerami McFall of Sandlick; two sisters, Reba Stanley of Wise, Va., and June Wilder of Richmond, Ind.; two brothers, Doug Stephens of Pound, Va., and James Mobley of Deane; 31 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren.

Funeral services for Mrs. McFall were held June 3 at Bethel Community Church in McRoberts. Burial was in Whitaker Cemetery at Seco.

Everidge Funeral Home of Whitesburg had charge of arrangements.

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