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Shelia Kaye Vanover

Shelia Kaye Vanover, age 57 years, of Parkers Lake, Kentucky, died Sunday, December 27, 2020 at her niece’s home in Parkers Lake.

She was born in Somerset, Kentucky on May 2, 1963 the daughter of Howard and Opal (Clark) Vanover. Shelia was a homemaker, of the Baptist Faith, enjoyed sewing, camping, puzzles, art, crafts, but most especially her grandchildren.

Her parents; brother, James Vanover; sister, Helen Perry; and niece, Elizabeth Perry precede her in death.

Survivors include the children to whom she was a second mother, Dylan Perry (Whitney Taylor), Taylor Perry (Erik McCoy), and Rusty Perry (Allyson Tucker) all of Parkers Lake; brothers, David Vanover (Jill Watson) of Parkers Lake and Howard Vanover (Pat) of Mooresville, Indiana; grandchildren, Peyton Perry, Traceyn Perry, and Chloe Perry; a brother-in-law, Gary Perry; and nieces and nephews, Lance Vanover, Jesse Vanover, Lance Vanover, Jr., Donnie Hill, Brittany Richardson, Terry Perry, Gary Perry (Carrie), Steven McCoy, Harley Hill, Trevor Perry, Preston Shoopman, Collin Shoopman, Joseph Shoopman, Ariyah Perry, and Marissa Perry.

Funeral services will be held 12pm Thursday, December 31, 2020 at the McCreary County Funeral Home. Burial will follow in the Solomon Cemetery. The family will receive friends after 6pm Wednesday at the Funeral Home.

McCreary County Funeral Home entrusted with the arrangements


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Fly High with the Angels my Beautiful Cousin Shelia! I Love You and will always think of you and all of our Special times we had together!! Carolyn

Carolyn Patterson Dec 30 2020 12:00 AM

Our trips to Kentucky when we were little; I couldn't wait to get to your house! We would play at the school play ground and in the pine trees sweeping the rooms out on the ground of the house we were going to live in. Staying all night at granny's house and she would pile the covers so high we couldn't move in the bed with all us girls in it. Mud pies out in the yard at granny & grandpa's! The trips to the store to get the Bullet ice cream. Riding in the back of the old flat bed truck. I'll miss you forever cousin! Say hi to everyone for me. Until we meet again!

Love, Ruby Dec 30 2020 12:00 AM

Fly our beautiful niece. Condolences to all the family.

Bill and Denise Dec 28 2020 12:00 AM

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