Wallace Kincer, 78, died October 8 in Mooresburg, Tenn..
Born at Kona to the late Hassel and Lula Craft Kincer, he worked several years in the coal mining industry.
He spent much time hunting with nephews Danny Wayne, Harold Dean, Bobby Glenn, Dwayne, Ronald Darren Kincer and Scott Collins.
He was a grandfather of the late Brandy Kelly, the father-in-law of the late Sheila Kincer, and a brother of the late Jesse Kincer, J.B. Kincer, Charlie Kincer, Ruth Burton, Icy Quillen, and Ray Kincer.
Surviving are his wife of 58 years, Audrey June Webb Kincer; a son, Wallace Howard Kincer of Payne Gap; a daughter, Susan Elizabeth Kelly and husband Greg of Mooresburg, Tenn.; five grandchildren, James Wallace Kincer and wife Jenny of Silver Lake, Mich., April Corthals and husband Jeremy of Burton, Mich., Kayla Nicole Kelly and boyfriend Terry Dewayne Bailey, Jr., and Kristyn Elizabeth Kelly, Mooresburg, Tenn.; two brothers, Leonard Kincer and wife LaRue of Sunman, Ind., and Hughie Kincer and wife Sally, Jenkins, and Ruby Kincer of Sunman, Ind.; two sisters-in-law, Maggie Kincer, Jenkins, and Ruby Kincer, Sunman, Ind., and five great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held October 15 at Letcher Funeral Home in Whitesburg. Burial was in Laurel Fork Cemetery.