Lucille P'Pool Bryant

Lucille P'Pool Bryant, age 91, of Hopkinsville, KY, a native of Cerulean, KY, passed away Sunday, October 4, 2015, at Christian Health Center in Hopkinsville, KY.  Mrs. Bryant loved her hometown of Cerulean, KY.  She enjoyed her life on the farm & her friends that she would fix their hair & their families' hair.  She moved with her daughter, Beth, to Madisonville, KY & Clarksville, TN, where she made many good friends.  Mrs. Bryant was the best cook, and could sew, quilt, crochet & knit.  Most importantly, she instilled in her five daughters, strength.  She was a member of Cerulean Baptist Church. She is survived by: Five Daughters- Beth Bryant Boykin & Paul Hauser, Sevierville, TN, Martha Lawrence & Rex Lawrence, Montgomery, IL, Jonell Herndon & Ralph Lancaster, Hopkinsville, KY, Bobbie Boone, Hopkinsville, KY, Betty Winders, Hopkinsville, KY, Two Sisters- Dixie Bush, Cadiz, KY, Josephine P'Pool, Hopkinsville, KY, Thirteen Grandchildren, Twelve Great Grandchildren & Eight Great Great Grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by: Parents- Marvin & Pearl Keel Davis, First Husband - Morris P'Pool, Second Husband - Arnett Bryant, Granddaughter - Pam O'Flanigan & Son-In-Law - L. B. Winders.  Arrangements are being handled by Goodwin Funeral Home, Inc., 138 Main St. in Cadiz, KY where the family will receive friends after 4:00 PM on Tuesday, October 6, 2015.  Funeral Service will be at Goodwin Funeral Home at 11:00 AM Wednesday, October 7, 2015 with Shirley James officiating.  Burial will follow at Cerulean Cemetery in Cerulean, KY.

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Beth, dad & family, you continue to be in our thoughts and prayers for peace and comfort. Heaven is certainly gaining an angel with a beautiful smile, a wonderful heart, a precious soul. With much love & many hugs, Mark Hauser & extended family

Martha Ann, Jonell, Bobbie, Betty and Beth, I am so sorry to hear of Lucille's passing. Johnnie has kept me informed of her decline in health, but still her call this afternoon was a shock Please know you have my deepest sympathy. I am so glad Lucille was able to join us for so many of our Red Hat luncheons. It gave me the opportunity to become reacquainted with Lucille and indeed, the five of you. Lucille was so gracious to sit down with me and give me so much information on the family tree. I have passed on that information to Donnie Blane's son who is compiling a history including the Wood family. I wish I could come for Lucille's visitation and burial, but unfortunately, I am not able to do that. Please know you will be in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Mari Anna
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