Sonia “Sonny” Smith Fields, 56, of Cowan, died May 20 at Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington.
A daughter of the late Clifford and Wilma Jean Smith, she was the mother of the late Malachi Fields, and a sister of the late Michael Smith, Roger Smith and Debra Smith.
She was a member of Whitco Pentecostal Faith Tabernacle.
Surviving are her husband, Levine “Soup Bean” Fields; a son, Jeremiah Levine Fields and fiancée Brittany of Whitesburg; three daughters, Gretta Lynn Fields, Rachel Ann Fields and Future Shanae Fields, all of Cowan; a grandson, Michael Wayne of Whitesburg; two brothers, Bill Smith of Harrison, Oh., and Gary Smith of Whitco; and two sisters, Judy Fields and husband Jim of Cowan and Alecia Conn and husband John of Whitco.
Funeral services were held May 24 in Whitesburg. Burial was in Obie Fields Cemetery at Cowan.
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