Imogene Lawson Duncan Perkins, 83, of the Lick Fork community, passed away April 30, 2013.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Starling and Artie Mae Lloyd Lawson; husbands, Onvie Duncan and Charles Perkins; daughter, Barbara Lou Harness; and sisters and brother: Loudina, Doris Ann, Artie Louise Lawson, Shelma Ruth Ward, and Charles David Lawson.
She is survived by her children: Glennis and husband, David, of the Straight Fork community, David and wife, Diane, of Norma, Dilson and wife, Blanch, of the Lick Fork community, Kay and husband, Ted, Billy and wife, Nadine, and Danny Jo and wife, Debbie, all of the Fairview community, Jackie and wife, Connie, and Patty and husband, Johnny, all of Elk Valley, and Jimmy Duncan, and Tammy Griffith, both of Robbins; 28 grandchildren, 48 great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren, brothers: James Robert Lawson and wife, Sarah, of the Fairview community, and James William Lawson and wife, Melissa, of the Low Gap community; sisters: Rosa Lee Burress and husband, Thomas, of Scenic Hills, Anna Joyce Lowe and husband, Donald, and Lilly Mae Lowe, all of the Fairview community, Marilyn Kay Anderson and husband, Harold, of Redkey, Ind., and Frances Kay Harness and husband, Curtis, of Annadell; 14 nieces, 10 nephews, special friends: Bob Davis and Irene Ballard; and many other relatives.
Funeral service was conducted May 3, in the chapel of West-Murley Funeral Home with Bro. Larry Sexton and Bro. George Lloyd officiating. Graveside service was conducted May 4, at Fairview Cemetery.
West-Murley Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.