Gearlene ‘Mouse’ Haley, 63, of Jenkins, died July 31 at Sycamore Shoals Hospital in Elizabethton, Tenn.
A daughter of the late Joseph William and Mary Jane Hileman Mullins, she was a sister of the late Emogene Charles.
She was a retired Head Start teacher for Sycamore and Elkhorn City Elementary Schools in the Pike County School System, and a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church.
Surviving are her husband, Garry W. Haley; a son, Garry W. Haley Jr. and wife Sandy, Jenkins; three daughters, Janet Lynn Sturgill and husband David, and Tammy Sue Baker and husband Allen, all of Frankfort, and Cheryl Joy Kiser and husband Hatler, Jenkins; four brothers, Sonny Mullins, Ruckersville, Va.; Bobby Mullins, South Boston, Va.; Tommy Mullins, Louisa, Va., and Roger Mullins, Gilmore, Tex.; four sisters, Grace Mullins, Ponte Verda Beach, Fla.; Joann Wright, Sharonville, Oh.; Lorene Branson, Jenkins, and Ina Mae Charles, Shelbiana; seven grandchildren, Katherine Meade, Ashley Sturgill, Cay- Cee Sturgill, Sierra Kiser, Cameron Kiser, Keyton Haley and Gregory Haley; and three step-grandchildren, Katelyn Hall, Bryan Baker and Whitney Baker.
Funeral services were held August 4 at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Jenkins. Burial was in Green Acres Cemetery at Ermine.