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Janet "Janie" F. Gregory, 71, of Richmond, passed away Tuesday, August 6, 2019 at Baptist Health - Richmond.

Born April 20, 1948, in Richmond, Kentucky, she was the daughter of the late David Chamberlain Young and Aubrey Marshall Young. Janie was a homemaker and long-time administrator for Gregory Mobile Home Service. She was very involved with the New Covenant Outreach Special Needs Program, where she was lovingly known as "Granny" to everyone there. She was an avid UK basketball fan and loved watching her grandchildren's sporting events. She had attended Providence Holiness Church of God, in Winchester.

Survivors include her loving husband, Jack E. Gregory; two daughters, Sherri L. Barnes (Pastor Thomas) and Gina Gregory, all of Richmond; three sisters, Reva Evans of Richmond, Hallie Schooler (pastor Tommy) of Winchester, and Rose Willoughby (Ellis) of Lancaster; one brother, Edward "Whitey" Young (Mary Jo) of Richmond; eight grandchildren, Emeli, Matthew, Kayla, Jacob, Adam, Chelsie Evans, Jordan and Chase Barnes; six great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by a daughter, Kimberly R. Evans; three brothers, David Young, Jr. (husband of Nettie), Bobby Gene Young, and Jessie McVey; four sisters, Betty Lou Martin, Gladys May White (wife of Bill), Dorothy R. Kearns, and Ellen Ison.

Funeral service for Janie Gregory will be held at 1:00 PM Saturday, August 10, 2019 at Oldham, Roberts & Powell Funeral Home with Pastor Thomas Barnes officiating, assisted by Jordan Barnes. Burial will follow at the Flatwoods Cemetery at Waco, KY.

Visitation will be from 11 AM until service time on Saturday at the funeral home.
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