Julia Faye York


Julia Faye Yancey York, 87, of Richmond, the widow of Charles York, passed away Friday, August 2, 2019 at her home.
Born in Irvine, Kentucky on January 7, 1932, she was the daughter of Thomas Todd Yancey and Velma Kee Yancey, and the sister of Janie Marie Farley, all of whom preceded her in death. She was a retired nurse and a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church in Berea.
Mrs. York is survived by one son, Tom York (Phyllis) of Union, KY; five daughters, Vicki Thompson (Terry) of Middlesboro, KY, Debbie Mullins (Chester) of Berea, KY, Kathi York (Kanova) of Richmond, KY, Sherri Taylor (Robert) of Versailles, KY, and Diana Barker (Paul) of Lynchburg, VA.
She also leaves 13 grandchildren, Marty York, Felicia Flanagan, Samantha Maritch, Ryan Hamilton, Brandon Hamilton, Ashley Combs, Brandy Burnell, Christopher Burnell, Matthew Allen, Andrew Allen, Cody Allen, Taylor Barker, and Hunter Barker; and 14 great-grandchildren, Mallory York, Natalie York, Kenton York, Caleb Flanagan, Eli Flanagan, Harrison Maritch, Nicholas Combs, Keyana Ceasar, Jordon Akers, Collin Burnell, Corey Burnell, Griffin Allen, Anaiah Wilson, and Riley Hamilton.
Funeral service for Mrs. York will be held at 1:00 PM on Tuesday, August 6, 2019 at Emmanuel Baptist Church, with Bro. Joey Kays officiating. Visitation will be from 5 to 9 PM, Monday at Oldham, Roberts & Powell Funeral Home.
Burial will be 2:00 PM Wednesday, August 7, 2019, at the Butler County Memorial Park in Hamilton, Ohio.
Flowers are welcome or donations may be made to Emmanuel Baptist Church Relay for Life at: http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR?team_id=2399391&pg=team&fr_id=92080&s_locale=en_US&et=EKJOW_bcbHxoTvIcZKUPFA&s_tafId=2190217
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