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In loving memory of
Earlyne (Webb) Pickerel
  • April 11, 1940
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  • April 11, 2017

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Earlyne (Webb) Pickerel passed away on April 11, 2017 on her 77th birthday at her son, Tim’s home in Port Orange, Florida. She graduated from Celina High School in 1959 and was a member of the Church of Christ.

She was the daughter of Marvin Earl and Laura (Arms) Webb, Celina, Tennessee. She had the most positive, joyful spirit and a contagious smile for everyone she met. Earlyne was a person of love and a loyal friend with a special love for family. Before retirement, she was a beauty consultant and make-up artist for Estee Lauder Cosmetics/Dillard’s in Nashville, Tennessee and Daytona Beach, Florida.

She is survived by two sons: Timothy M. Pickerel and family, Kendra, Kelsey, Kassidy and Cody of Port Orange, Florida. Cary M. Pickerel of Somerset, Kentucky. Two grandchildren: Michael Pickerel and wife Taylor of Bardstown, Kentucky, Cary M. Pickerel I and wife Tara of Science Hill, Kentucky. Two great-grandchildren: Adelyn Pickerel, Science Hill, Kentucky and Maddox Pickerel of Bardstown, Kentucky. She is also survived by three nieces and four nephews: Tishia (Bybee) Bartley of Tompkinsville, Kentucky, Shirley (Webb) Williams and Patsy (Webb) Melton of Celina, Tennessee. Earl Dale Bybee of Tompkinsville, Kentucky, Rexie Webb of Celina, Tennessee. Marty Blumhoefer of Colorado and Marvin Blumhoefer of Nashville, Tennessee. Two grandnephews and one grandniece: Reuben Bybee, Skylar Turner and Korbin Bartley of Tompkinsville, Kentucky.

She was preceded in death by one grandson: Johnathan Tyler Pickerel of Somerset, Kentucky, one brother and two sisters: Arlon Liston Webb, Celina, Tn., Vivian Marlene (Webb) Blumhoefer of Nashville, Tn. and Anna Lee (Webb) Bybee of Tompkinsville, Kentucky.

A graveside memorial will be held on June 3, 2017 at 2:00 at the Pleasant Hill Church of Christ Cemetery, Hwy. 1049, Tompkinsville, Kentucky. Earlyne’s favorite color was yellow because she said it was the color of happiness. This was a true reflection of her personality and how she lived her life. In celebration of her life, we ask that everyone that attends please wear something yellow.

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