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Our staff is committed to providing support, compassion, information, and direction as needed to all members of our community, their families, and friends who are dealing with loss and grief.

 

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Wanda & Harlan Wilson Owners

Harlan L. Wilson is a licensed funeral director and embalmer. He attended Lees Junior College, Eastern Kentucky University and Mid-America College of Funeral Service.

Wanda Johnson Wilson is a licensed funeral director and serves as one of the office managers. She attended Eastern Kentucky University and University of Texas Nursing School.

Harlan and Wanda have three children, Rachel, Sarah, and Nathan and five granddaughters, Harper, Lexie, Claire, Elizabeth, and Anna. They have owned the funeral home since 1985. They are currently very active in the Georgetown-Scott County Community and in many charities. Harlan and Wanda love spending time with their children and grandchildren.

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Rachel Wilson-Jewell In Loving Memory 1983-2020 Licensed Funeral Director / Office Manager

Rachel Wilson-Jewell was a licensed funeral director and one of our office managers. She began her career at the family funeral home in 2007. She was a graduate of Scott County High School and Morehead State University.  Rachel and her husband Brian have two daughters, Lexie and Anna. In her free time she enjoyed the outdoors with her family and loved crafting with her daughters.

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Bobby Osborne In Loving Memory 1933-2017

Bobby Osborne was a member of Central Church of God, graduated from Stamping Ground High School, and served in the U.S. Army, with 82nd Airborne Division. Bobby retired from IBM after 33 years, farmed for several years, was a fine husband and Dad for over 60 years, worked at Central Kentucky Funeral Limousine Association for many years, and worked at Tucker, Yocum, & Wilson Funeral Home with Harlan Wilson for 10 years. He is survived by his wife Betty Covington Osborne,  his son, Barry Thomas (Jenny) Osborne and daughter, Debbie Osborne (Gerald) Williams, 3 grandchildren, Jeremy (Jennifer) Williams, Jennifer Kay (Ryan) Wilson, and Heather (Derrek) King, 6 great grandchildren, Elijah Williams, Mackenzie Wilson, Carter Wilson, Tucker Garrison, Cadon King, and Kyla King, a twin brother, Billy (Roberta) Osborne of Georgetown, several nieces, nephews, and cousins. Burial was in Georgetown Cemetery. 

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Raymond Cox In Loving Memory 1920-2008

Raymond Cox was a World War II Army Veteran; a member, deacon, and Sunday school secretary of Gano Baptist Church. In his working career he retired from Georgetown College, Longview Golf Course, U.S Public Service Hospital, Moss Sanitation, and Tucker, Yocum, & Wilson Funeral Home. He is survived by his wife, Carolyn Barker Cox; his daughter: Diane Marshall, step- daughter, Lisa (Darrell) Williams and a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, and sisters. Burial was in Georgetown Cemetery. 

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Bennie Sargent, Jr. In Loving Memory 1934-2000

Bennie Sargent, Jr. was a graduate of Great Crossing High School, was a member of Great Crossing Baptist Church, and a former member of Committee 101. He retired from I.B.M, and worked at Tucker, Yocum, & Wilson Funeral Home. He is survived by his wife Cora Mae Towles Sargent; daughters and sons-in-laws, Jackie Ann and Kenneth Grant Jr. and Robyn and Jerry Irvin. Son and daughter-in-law Ben Allen and Pamela Sargent; and a host of grandchildren and other family memembers. Burial was in Georgetown Cemetery.  

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George McKenney, Sr. In Loving Memory 1930-2000

George McKenney, Sr. was a Korean War Disabled Navy Veteran, retired Federal employee of Lexington Bluegrass Army Depot in Avon. He was an employee of Coast to Coast in Georgetown, and Tucker, Yocum, and Wilson Funeral Home. He is survived by his wife Nancy Brashear McKenney(passed away in 2014); sons and daughters-in-law, George and Linda Brown McKenney Jr. and Ronald and Lisa Garrison McKenney and a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, brothers, and sisters. Burial was in Georgetown Cemetery. 

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Earl L. Graves In Loving Memory 1921-1996

Earl L. Graves, was a funeral director and embalmer for Tucker, Yocum, & Wilson Funeral Home. He began his funeral service career, after World War II, with Jack Tucker. He left the funeral home in the 1960's, to operate an insurance business, but in the 1970's he returned to assist Mr. Yocum at the funeral home. When the Wilsons purchased the funeral home, Mr. Graves stayed on to help and guide them. He was a World War II Army Veteran serving in the Aleution Islands. He was a member of the American Legion Post #24, the V.F. W Post 7054, the John Scott Chapter of the American Revolution, and member of First Christian Church, and a former partner in the Jameson Agency. He was the widower of Louise Parker Graves and was survived by a host of brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, and cousins. Burial was in Georgetown Cemetery. 

Wanda & Harlan Wilson

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Harlan L. Wilson is a licensed funeral director and embalmer. He attended Lees Junior College, Eastern Kentucky University and Mid-America College of Funeral Service.

Wanda Johnson Wilson is a licensed funeral director and serves as one of the office managers. She attended Eastern Kentucky University and University of Texas Nursing School.

Harlan and Wanda have three children, Rachel, Sarah, and Nathan and five granddaughters, Harper, Lexie, Claire, Elizabeth, and Anna. They have owned the funeral home since 1985. They are currently very active in the Georgetown-Scott County Community and in many charities. Harlan and Wanda love spending time with their children and grandchildren.

Rachel Wilson-Jewell In Loving Memory 1983-2020

Licensed Funeral Director / Office Manager
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Rachel Wilson-Jewell was a licensed funeral director and one of our office managers. She began her career at the family funeral home in 2007. She was a graduate of Scott County High School and Morehead State University.  Rachel and her husband Brian have two daughters, Lexie and Anna. In her free time she enjoyed the outdoors with her family and loved crafting with her daughters.

Bobby Osborne

In Loving Memory 1933-2017
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Bobby Osborne was a member of Central Church of God, graduated from Stamping Ground High School, and served in the U.S. Army, with 82nd Airborne Division. Bobby retired from IBM after 33 years, farmed for several years, was a fine husband and Dad for over 60 years, worked at Central Kentucky Funeral Limousine Association for many years, and worked at Tucker, Yocum, & Wilson Funeral Home with Harlan Wilson for 10 years. He is survived by his wife Betty Covington Osborne,  his son, Barry Thomas (Jenny) Osborne and daughter, Debbie Osborne (Gerald) Williams, 3 grandchildren, Jeremy (Jennifer) Williams, Jennifer Kay (Ryan) Wilson, and Heather (Derrek) King, 6 great grandchildren, Elijah Williams, Mackenzie Wilson, Carter Wilson, Tucker Garrison, Cadon King, and Kyla King, a twin brother, Billy (Roberta) Osborne of Georgetown, several nieces, nephews, and cousins. Burial was in Georgetown Cemetery. 

Raymond Cox

In Loving Memory 1920-2008
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Raymond Cox was a World War II Army Veteran; a member, deacon, and Sunday school secretary of Gano Baptist Church. In his working career he retired from Georgetown College, Longview Golf Course, U.S Public Service Hospital, Moss Sanitation, and Tucker, Yocum, & Wilson Funeral Home. He is survived by his wife, Carolyn Barker Cox; his daughter: Diane Marshall, step- daughter, Lisa (Darrell) Williams and a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, and sisters. Burial was in Georgetown Cemetery. 

Bennie Sargent, Jr.

In Loving Memory 1934-2000
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Bennie Sargent, Jr. was a graduate of Great Crossing High School, was a member of Great Crossing Baptist Church, and a former member of Committee 101. He retired from I.B.M, and worked at Tucker, Yocum, & Wilson Funeral Home. He is survived by his wife Cora Mae Towles Sargent; daughters and sons-in-laws, Jackie Ann and Kenneth Grant Jr. and Robyn and Jerry Irvin. Son and daughter-in-law Ben Allen and Pamela Sargent; and a host of grandchildren and other family memembers. Burial was in Georgetown Cemetery.  

George McKenney, Sr.

In Loving Memory 1930-2000
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George McKenney, Sr. was a Korean War Disabled Navy Veteran, retired Federal employee of Lexington Bluegrass Army Depot in Avon. He was an employee of Coast to Coast in Georgetown, and Tucker, Yocum, and Wilson Funeral Home. He is survived by his wife Nancy Brashear McKenney(passed away in 2014); sons and daughters-in-law, George and Linda Brown McKenney Jr. and Ronald and Lisa Garrison McKenney and a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, brothers, and sisters. Burial was in Georgetown Cemetery. 

Earl L. Graves

In Loving Memory 1921-1996
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Earl L. Graves, was a funeral director and embalmer for Tucker, Yocum, & Wilson Funeral Home. He began his funeral service career, after World War II, with Jack Tucker. He left the funeral home in the 1960's, to operate an insurance business, but in the 1970's he returned to assist Mr. Yocum at the funeral home. When the Wilsons purchased the funeral home, Mr. Graves stayed on to help and guide them. He was a World War II Army Veteran serving in the Aleution Islands. He was a member of the American Legion Post #24, the V.F. W Post 7054, the John Scott Chapter of the American Revolution, and member of First Christian Church, and a former partner in the Jameson Agency. He was the widower of Louise Parker Graves and was survived by a host of brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, and cousins. Burial was in Georgetown Cemetery.