Funeral services for Chelsie Hogg Reynolds, 98, will be held at 1 p.m., Thursday, at Letcher Funeral Home. Visitation will begin at the funeral home at 6 p.m. today (Wednesday). Burial will take place in the Hall Cemetery at Ermine.
A daughter of the late Burnett and Bertha Shepherd Hogg, she was born at Roxana. She died January 7.
She was the widow of Jim Reynolds and was also preceded in death by seven brothers, Nehemiah Hogg, James Hogg, Willis Lee “Chub” Hogg, Paul Hogg, Doyle Hogg, Monroe Hogg and Ralph Hogg, and two sisters, Georgia Hogg De- Pasquale and Lucy Hogg Branham.
Mrs. Reynolds was a member of Millstone Missionary Baptist Church and Mayking Homemakers Club, and had been a Sunday School teacher at Whitesburg First Baptist Church for more than 25 years. She attended Whitesburg High School and Stuart Robinson School.
Surviving are a daughter, Eloise Delzer and husband Frank of Paintsville; two sons, Peyton Reynolds and wife Ann, and Stuart Reynolds and wife Sylvia, all of Mayking; three granddaughters, Susan Raye Knight of Paintsville, Cyndee Reynolds Cain of Paris, and Tracy Lucas and husband Rick of Whitesburg; two grandsons, Brad Reynolds and wife Jessica of Marietta, Ga., and Justin Reynolds of Mayking; five great-granddaughters, Sarah Kimbler and husband Ryan of Paintsville, Abby and Erin Cain, both of Paris, and Amelia and Albany Lucas, both of Whitesburg; a great-grandson, Jake Cyrus and wife Laura of Buford, Ga.; two great-great-grandchildren, Mahala and Harrison Kimbler of Paintsville; a brother, Chester Hogg of Roxana; and a sister, Virginia Hogg Caudill of Gary, Ind.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Millstone Missionary Baptist Church in care of Bill Craft, 191 Cabin Creek Road, Whitesburg, Ky. 41858.