Kenneth E. Floyd

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Kenneth E. Floyd

April 22, 1943 - September 03, 2017

Kenneth "Kenny" Edward Floyd, 74, of Grayson went to be with his Lord Sunday, September 3, 2017 at the Kings Daughters Medical Center in Ashland. Kenny was born April 22, 1943 in Ohio a son of the late Lonnie Floyd and Martha Wallace. Including his parents Kenny was preceded in death by three brothers, Ronnie Roscoe Floyd, Tommy Floyd, and Lonnie Floyd, Jr.; and two sisters, Donna Sue Floyd and Inez Wilburn.
Kenny worked as a master plumber. Kenny was a Christian who evangelized too many people; his favorite saying was, "There are two times to praise the Lord, when you feel like it and when you don't."
Kenny is survived by his loving wife of 54 years, Bernice Lea Craft Floyd; a son, Kenny (Barbie) Floyd; two daughters, Lynette (Stephen) Rogers and Crystal (Eddie, Jr.) Seagraves; 11 grandchildren, Courtney (Clay) Rogers Harlow, Amber Floyd, Justin (Kayla) Rogers, Summer (Tommy) Korsgen, Eddie (Chelsea) Seagraves III, Kayla (Chad) Cassell, Austin Floyd, Charlie Rogers, Nathan Rogers, Ashley Rogers, and Brooke Seagraves; 9 great-grandchildren; a sister, Phyllis Floyd Sexton all of Grayson; and a host of friends and extended family who all mourn his passing.
Funeral services will be 11 am Thursday September 7, 2017 at the Malone Funeral Home in Grayson with Bro. David Wade, Bro. Delmar Rogers and Bro. Leonard Gollihue officiating. Burial will follow in the Rogers-Messer Cemetery. Visitation will be 6-9 pm Wednesday and after 9 am Thursday until the service hour. Condolences may be sent to the Floyd Family at www.malonefuneralhome.com
Published on September 5, 2017
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Wednesday 06 Sep

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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325 Malone Lane, Grayson, KY, United States

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Thursday 07 Sep

11:00 AM

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325 Malone Lane, Grayson, KY, United States

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