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Lucy Bradley Conner

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Lucy Elizabeth Bradley Conner died on October 4 at the age of 102.  Born in Greensboro, GA, she was the sixth of 10 children.  She met her future husband, Maynard Calvin Conner, when she was a bank teller.  He won her heart, though her family always teased that she saw his bank account first.  She and Calvin moved their wedding date from June, 1942 to December 1941 after Pearl harbor since he was shipping out to the South Pacific theater.  They were joyfully married for 73 years attributing their longevity to laughter, love, and good garden vegetables.  Lucy provided a happy and welcoming home for friends and family and international students at Virginia Tech.  She was active in her local Baptist church in Blacksburg, VA and Lexington, KY and most recently at Immanuel Methodist Church in Lakeside Park, KY.  She and daughter, Elizabeth Jackson, enjoyed making a home together for the last 17 years in Villa Hills, KY, where her smile and southern accent were a blessing to those who knew her.  She delighted in her grandson, Harrison Jackson, a physician in Columbus, OH, and always looked forward to the tall tales as told by her surviving brother JB Bradley of Monroe, GA.  Memorial contributions can be sent to the Christian Appalachian Project, P.O. Box 55911, Lexington, KY 40555-5911 www.Christianapp.org  Online condolences can be made at www.Linnemannfuneralhomes.com

Thursday
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January
12:00 am

Lucy Bradley Conner


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Linnemann Funeral Home Crematory

Address: 30 Commonwealth Avenue Erlanger, KY - Kentucky 41018
Thursday
1
January
12:00 am - 12:00 am

Lucy Bradley Conner


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I’m so sorry for your loss

Dr. Jackson
Your mother was a joy. God bless your family.
Denise Schickling (Crestville Drugs)


Beth,

My first years in Blacksburg were enhanced by the presence of you Mom and Dad who not only were a presence ever in my neighborhood but pillars in our church. We shared so many times together sitting at their kitchen table, looking out at the bird feeder and talking about life and the Lord. You precious Mom was my “twin”…we shared the same birthday twenty years apart, so we seemed to be the “secret sister”For each other often in our BYKOTA Sunday school class. What fun it was to do things for her! I still am trying to get a fern to flourish like the one Lucy had occupying the living room each winter! A more genuine and genteel spirit than Lucy’s is unimaginable! Her creativity, her ability to deal kindly in sad or complex situations, her ability to memorize long passages were amazing! Her soft southern accent was always soothing and gracious. Beth and Harrison, your loss is great, but your precious Lucy is with the Lord whom she served for so long. I loved her dearly and can rejoice that she lived long and well, and was my friend. We are praying for you as you deal with last thing from your precious Mother. Cliff joins me in feeling this loss. Phyllis Randall


Lucy Conner’s Family

To Beth,
You have our deepest sympathy on the loss of your mother. Barry and Mary Jo Kienzle – Neighbors