C.Ivan Payne, 73, of 1728 St. Mary's Ave. died on May 20, 2005 at Owensboro Medical Health System. He born in Daviess County, Ky. to the late Hubert and Rose Clark Payne. Also preceded in death by his brothers; Gerard and Leo Payne and sister, Mary Alice Turner. He was retired as former owner of C.Ivan Payne Barber Shop, member of Immaculate Catholic Church, Immaculate Mens Club, Knights of Columbus Council 6101 of Sorgho. Mr. Payne enjoyed gardening, hunting, farming and being with his granddaughters. Surviving is his wife of 51years of marriage; Joan Clayton Payne, his son; Judge David Payne and his wife, Laura of Owensboro; daughter, Jenifer Conkling and her husband, Lou of Louisville; granddaughters; Julia and Claire Payne; four brothers; Tom Payne, Paul Payne, Tony Payne all of Owensboro and Bernard Payne of Curdsville; two sister, Mildred Clark of Owensboro, and Ethel Payne of Mt. Prospect, Illinois. Services are at 10:00am. Monday at Immaculate Catholic Church, visitation from 2 to 8pm. Sunday and 8 to 9:30am. Monday, with prayer at 6pm. Sunday. Reverend Timothy Sweeney will be officiating. Burial will in St. Alphonsus Cemetery in St. Joseph, Ky.

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  1. I am honored to be a part of this wonderful family. Ivan was a great father-in-law, who accepted me into the life of his only ‘little girl.’ I will miss him dearly. May he always be at peace.

  2. I would like to express my condolence to you for the death of Ivan. I will be unable to attend the visitations because i am out of town at this time in Indiananoplis , i appreciate your friendship for all the years we were neighbors

  3. Ivan fought a long good fight. While the occassion is sad, I look forward to praying with you at the Funeral Mass on Monday

  4. Judge Payne – I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your dad. You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers. May God bless you and give you strength during this difficult time. I’m sure he will be greatly missed.

  5. I was sorry to hear of Mr. Payne’s passing. All of my friends and I visited his barbershop at least once a month for many years growing up in Owensboro. He and Fred Gramelspacher were quite a team. The first time I ever bounced a check, it was to Mr. P

  6. Ivan Payne was the only barber I ever knew in Owensboro. My father, the late ‘Sarge’ Phillips, USMC, met Ivan when Ivan was working at the hotel barbershop downtown. Ivan started cutting my hair then too. Then he got the nice shop out in the suburbs,

  7. Dearest Payne Family:

    I know that Ivan will be missed most as a husband, father, and grandfather of your family that I’ve come to know over the last year. He will also be missed as a grass roots leader for the local Democratic Party. Many thoughts and

  8. Honorable Judge David Payne:
    I would like to express my condolence in the passing of your father. I know that he will be missed by all in the family, and specially as a husband. May we rejoice knowing that your father is in the company of the Lord.

  9. Dear wife and family of Ivan Payne. My condolences go out to all of you. I will miss a man who cut my hair for 50 years. Sorry I was not able to come to the funeral because of my own illness, but I care about Ivan and his family. You are in my thoughts a

  10. Mrs Payne, David, Jenifer and families,
    I was very saddened to get a call Sunday night informing me of Mr. Payne’s passing on Friday. I’m glad I was able to get in touch with David by phone shortly afterwards, though. For many years, when I would come ho

  11. Joan and family,
    Our sincere sorrow in the death of your husband and father. Our prayers are for your peace and understanding during this time.

    God’s blessings on you.
    Bill and Sally Buford

  12. You have our love and sympathy. May the Holy Spirit bring you comfort and peace. Don & Romona Gipe

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