Alice Kincer, 94, died March 7 at Whitesburg Hospital.
A daughter of the late Lee and Lona Adams Kincer, she lived for many years at Mayking, but in recent years, because of ill health, she had been a resident of Letcher Manor Nursing Home. She loved all the caretakers there and called them “her girls” and they called her “Granny”.
She was a member of the Thornton Regular Baptist Church, and was an Honorary Kentucky Colonel.
Surviving are four nephews, Dean Wilcox and wife Peggy, Eugene Sparks and wife Jeanette, and Windle Sparks and wife Shirley, all of Mayking, and Major Sparks and wife Ella of Whitesburg; a niece, Vel Spangler of Kettering, Ohio, and a number of great-nieces and great-nephews.
Preceding her in death two sisters, Maxie Wilcox and Dixie Sparks; a brother, Major Kincer; a niece, Dolly Polly; a nephew, Ronnie Wilcox; and a great-nephew, Donald Lee Sparks
Funeral services were held March 9 in Whitesburg. Burial was in the Webb Cemetery in Mayking.