Floyd Trammell, 95, of Winfield, passed away April 3, 2014, at the Jean Waddle Hospice Center of the Lake Cumberland Hospital in Somerset, Kentucky.

Born in Scott County, November 3, 1918, he was preceded in death by his parents, Dock and Josie Baker Trammell; wife, Edna King Trammell; daughter, Anita (Sue) Smith; infant son, Dennis Trammell; sisters: Marie Davis, Beulah Jones, and Geneva Smithers; and brothers: Russell, Willie, Edd, Virgle, Arnold, and Paul Trammell.

He was a faithful member and deacon of Clay Hill Baptist Church until his health declined, where he was a charter member and helped write the church by-laws and constitution.

He is survived by his daughters: Opal (Jerry) Carter, and Wanda (Gary) Lawson; sons: Lonnie (Mary) Trammell, Herman (Sharon) Trammell, and Darrell (Sue) Trammell; grandchildren: Shane Trammell, Rachael Huffman, Travis Trammell, Daniel Trammell, Darrell Smith, Jr., Julie Weber, Jason Trammell, Herman Trammell, Jr., Gary Lawson, Jr., Christy Harness, and Jerry Carter, Jr.; 17 great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren, and many other relatives.

Funeral service was conducted April 5, in the chapel of Jones and Son Funeral Home with Bro. Jeff Davis and Bro. Mark Smith officiating. Interment followed at DC Trammell cemetery.

Arrangements by Jones & Son Funeral Home.

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