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Mary Jean Troxell

August 31, 1944 — December 9, 2020

Mary Jean Troxell, age 76 years, of Whitley City, Kentucky, died Wednesday, December 9, 2020 at the Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital.

She was born in Wiborg, Kentucky on August 31, 1944 the daughter of Harold and Ethel (Martin) Wyatt.  Mary was a member of the Whitley City Church of God, a homemaker, and enjoyed sewing, gardening, flowers and working puzzles.

Mary is preceded in death by her parents; two son, David and Larry Troxell; 1 grandson, Little Jimmy Troxell; brothers, Jim Wyatt, Carl Wyatt, and Roy Wyatt; and sisters, Betty Lou Perry, Martha Wyatt, and Norma Lee Maxey.

Survivors include her husband, James Luther Troxell of Whitley City; two sons, Stanley Troxell and Jimmy Troxell both of Whitley City; two daughters, Faye Vaughn (Gene) of Whitley City and Linda Blanford (Scott) of Holy Cross, Kentucky; brother, Lawrence Wyatt of Whitley City; five sisters, Gladys Adkins of Bean Station, Tennessee, Judy Chitwood of Marshes Siding, Frances Terry of Pine Knot, Wanda Faye Roberts of Whitley City, Brenda Wyatt of Whitley City; 17 grandchildren, Christopher Troxell, Nicole Troxell, Paige Pauley (Husban), Nina Troxell, Holly Acker, Rachel Horton, Amanda Troxell, Jacob Troxell, Jackie Troxell, Jessica Troxell, Daneille Bolin, Kelsey Vaughn, Chelsea Bryant (Oscar), Larry Sammons (Terri), Teia Green (Jared), Serena Blanford, and Mason Blanford; and 36 great grandchildren.

Due to the Governor’s Executive order private funeral services will be held. Burial will follow in the Barren Fork Cemetery.

McCreary County Funeral Home entrusted with the arrangements.

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