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Glenn A. Lay Sr.

Mr. Glenn A. Lay Sr., age 60 of Winfield, Tennessee passed away Sunday April 5, 2015 at the Pioneer Community Hospital in Oneida, Tennessee.

Funeral service will be held Thursday April 9, 2015 at 5:00pm in the chapel of the Pine Knot Funeral home. Visitation will be on Thursday from 3:00pm until funeral time. In accordance with his wishes he will be cremated after his funeral.

He was born in Pine Knot, Kentucky on April 18, 1954 to the late Fred and Geneva (Douglas) Lay. Also preceding him in death is his son James Anthony Lay; two brothers Jack and Craig Lay.

Survivors include his son Glenn Lay Jr. and wife Rosie of Walton, Kentucky; four daughters April Reed and husband Richard of Sunman, Indiana, Glenda Phillips and husband Jimbo of Florence, Kentucky, Vanessa Collins of Dayton, Ohio, and Amanda Nuesse and husband Brad of Middletown, Ohio, three brothers Richard Lay who was his special brother that he lived with of Winfield, Tennessee, Michael and Alan Lay both of St. Petersburg, Florida,  six sisters Shirley Hampton, June Morgan, Barbara Garcia, Margo Lay, Diane Lay all of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Ester Kemper of Sunbright, Indiana. He also leaves behind eleven grandchildren and three great grandchildren.

Glenn enjoyed things in life such as fishing, playing pool, and loved playing bingo and sing karaoke.

Pine Knot Funeral Home is assisting the family of Glenn Lay Sr. with his funeral arrangements.


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Rest in peace my wonderful brother, Glenn. May God give you peace and happiness in his loving arms. I am so sorry you are gone but happy you are with the angels and our Lord Jesus. I will keep my prayers for your loved ones you've left behind so that they may find the strength to go one each day with nothing but the fondest memories of you. I miss you and love you, Glenn.

Margo Franke Apr 7 2015 12:00 AM