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Obituaries

December 13, 2012

Tabatha Muncy

CORBIN —

Tabatha Nicole Muncy,  28,  of Corbin,   passed away on Monday, Dec. 10, 2012,  at the University of Kentucky Medical Center   in Lexington of fungal meningitis.

Although her life was short,  Tab touched our lives in many ways. She always had a smile and kind words and  a generous heart. Loved ones who preceded her in death are her grandparents, Hubert and Sylvia Evangeline Larkey Hall; step-grandfather, Roy Hall; adopted father,   William Moeller;   uncle,  Jim Collins;   aunt, Benita Decker; uncle,  Jimmy Hall; and cousins, Rebecca Hall, Ashley Nicole Collins and Kegan  Kinch.

She is survived by her mother,  Melanie Hall;  a brother, Joshua Allen Muncy; her fiance,  Joe Merida;  her godchildren,  Braden Kinch,  Joe, Jordan and Josh Howard. She has many aunts, uncles and cousins, and a very special aunt, Paula Webb. Her many little cousins will miss Tab very much as she loved playing with them and made each one special.

The funeral service will be held   at 11 a.m.   Saturday, Dec. 15,  at Vankirk-Grisell Funeral Home  with  the Rev. Robert King  and  the Rev. Troy Boggs  officiating. Burial will be in the Larkey Family Cemetery in London.

Pallbearers will be  Wade Collins,  Joe Merida,  Bill Spurlock,  Shannon Stewart, Alex Smith  and  Tommy Stewart.

The family will receive friends   from 5-8 pm  Friday, Dec. 14,   at Vankirk-Grisell Funeral Home.

Donations are being accepted at the funeral home to help the family with expenses.

Messages may be written at vankirkgrisellfuneralhome.com.

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