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Mary Ann (Osborne) Lightner

Born: Sun., May 20, 1973
Died: Sat., Dec. 28, 2019


Private Committal


Visitation

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Thu., Jan. 02, 2020
Location: Gaydos Funeral Home


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Mrs. Mary Ann Lightner, Age 46, of Vanceburg passed away at her home Saturday December 28, 2019 unexpectedly. 

Mary Ann was born in Portsmouth, Ohio May 20, 1973 to the late Weldon and Lorene Blanton Osborne.

Mary Ann was employed by Golden Living Center of Vanceburg for several years.  She loved to go bargain shopping at Goodwill.  She enjoyed spending time with her family and loved to travel.  Mary Ann was a member of the Quincy Church of Christ.

Left to cherish Mary Ann memories is her husband whom she married March 13, 1992 Newell Lightner.

One son- Nathaniel Lightner of Vanceburg, Ky.

Nieces that she was close to Ashley Lucas of Vanceburg, Ky. And Delena Bradshaw of South Carolina.

Several other nieces and nephews and great- nieces and nephews also survive who will mourn her passing.  Her dogs- Khloe, Brittany, Reggie, Peyton and Rogan.

Visitation will be Thursday January 2nd, 2020 from 6-8 pm at the Gaydos Funeral Home 159 2nd street Vanceburg, Ky. 41179.

 Graveside services will be 11:00 am Friday January 3rd, 2020 at the Waring cemetery in Garrison, Ky., with Brother Danny Bentley officiating.

Pallbearers for Mary Ann Lightner will be Nathaniel Lightner, Michael Mustard, Johnathan Everman, David Lucas, Brennan Lucas, and Damian Hill.

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Wendy Mitchell
   Posted Tue December 31, 2019
Prayers for Newell, Nathaniel, all family and Mary Ann’s wiener babies I knew Mary Ann my whole life, we both grew up on Fly Branch and used to play games and ride my motorcycle. Always one of my first calls when a wiener dog needed a new home. I’ll never forget her. RIP friend.

Victoria Lewis
   Posted Wed January 01, 2020
I am sorry for your loss.

Steven Moore
   Posted Mon January 06, 2020
Newell so sorry for your lose, prayers from az cousin

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