Mary Jane Kennedy
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Mary Jane Kennedy
Mary was born in Cameron, WV but grew up in the Mannington-Farmington areas making so many friends and memories she shared with her family over the years. Her family only sings her praises for the Mother and Grandmother she became. She leaves her children to cling to those memories forever.
Mary was an avid auction and antique lover and would travel for miles to enjoy them. Survivors include her daughters: Sandy (Bucky) Booth of Worthington, Bertha Wilson and boyfriend Luther Michael of Monongah, and a son: William J. Kennedy (Bill) of Worthington, 26 grandchildren and great grandchildren: Gina Towson (Terry), Doug Dixon, Jonas Dixon (Heather), Rejoice Dixon Blair (John), Danny Booth (Lisa), Mark Jones, Amanda Wilson Coffman, Amber Brook Mays, Bobby Davis and Parker, Brittany Hayhurst and Kaitlyn Newbraugh, Terri Leanne Towson, Carson Camden Summers, Kayla Cox, Candice Hatch, Savanna Hastings, Rori Dixon, Judah Lion Blair, Hannah Booth, Danny Booth, Marie Jones, Emberly Coffman, Adam Westley, and Meadow Mays; special companion: Paul Pasquariello; daughter-in-laws: Charlene Schell and Debbie Dixon, and sister-in-law: Joanne Masters. In addition to her husband, Mary was preceded in death by a son: Bob Dixon, a sister: Edna Mays, brothers: Russell, Junior, Raymond, and John Edwards; grandsons: John Michael and Marshall Ray Booth, Jr., and siblings: Russell Masters, Junior Masters, and Raymond Masters.
Friends may call at the Hutson Funeral Home, 3171 Husky Highway, Farmington on Sunday from 2 - 8 p.m. where funeral services will be held on Monday at 10 a.m. with Evangelist Danny booth officiating. Interment will follow at the Viewpoint Cemetery in Rachel. Condolences may be accessed at www.hutsonfuneralhomes.com
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