Juanita Jewell Daugherty

Juanita Jewell Daugherty, age 80, of Cadiz, Kentucky, passed away Tuesday, July 25, 2017, at Baptist Health Paducah in Paducah, Kentucky.  Mrs. Daugherty retired from the Henry S. Evans Elementary School after working 20 years as a cook in the school cafeteria.  She was a member of Living Hope Baptist Church in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.

She is survived by two sons, Terral Daugherty (Debbie), Gilbert, Arizona, and Patrick Michael Daugherty (Cheryl), Bellingham, Washington; one daughter, Edna Mashburn (Glenn), Cadiz; two grandchildren, Dylan David Daugherty and Kelsey Rose Daugherty; one brother, William "Bill" Duff (Sue), Thomaston, Georgia; and one sister, Frances Murphy, Norwood, Georgia.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Otto and Edna Morarity Duff; her husband, Jack Daugherty; six brothers, George Duff, Jimmy Duff, Junior Duff, Larry Wayne Duff, Tommy Duff, and Charles Duff; and three sisters, Mercky Farley, Dallie Keith, and Betty Sloan.

Arrangements are being handled by Goodwin Funeral Home, Inc., 138 Main Street in Cadiz, where the family will receive friends after 5:00 PM on Saturday, July 29, 2017.  Funeral services will be at Goodwin Funeral Home, Inc. at  2:00 PM Sunday, July 30, 2017, with the Reverend Darrell Crawford officiating.  Burial will follow at East End Cemetery in Cadiz.

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Edna and Glenn, so sorry to read about the passing of Jewell. She and Jack were great neighbors and wonderful people. We have to remember they are both in Gods hands now and eternally happy and pain free. Again, condolences to the entire family.

Dear Edna, so sorry to see that your mother passed. I know this has to be very hard for you, I lost my mom in March. I think of you often and love you very much! I have many fond memories of working with you. I will keep you and your family in my prayers.

I'm sad for the family but I know you are back with Uncle Jack, where you are happy. My prayers to Edna, Terrell and Patrick. May you find peace in your own way. P.S. Aunt Jewel- I never forgot how to make your biscuits and gravy but they're still never as good as yours. I will never forget you I love you

Nanna was a wonderful woman. Her smile and laughter was her testimony to life as was her children. Pappy Jack has his love by his side now and I know she is happy. Nanna will be missed and life will not be the same without her. All my love to the family and Nanna, give Pappy a kiss from me...Brat

My prayers go out to all the family in this time of loss so sorry jewell was a great sister in law loved her dearly


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