Mary Eugenia (Johnson) Hiser, age 91 of Center, KY passed away peacefully Thursday, February 23, 2017 with family by her side.

    Eugenia was born at home in Park KY April 30, 1925 to the late Frank and Marcia (Wisdom) Johnson. She was preceded in death by her husband, James (Bub) Hiser, and her sisters (twin) Anne Elizabeth and Emily Montrose; brothers William, Paul, Courtney, and Frank (Red) Johnson.

   She is survived by her six daughters; Mary Helen (Stanley Lawrence, deceased), Marcia (Dan Thacher), Doris (Gil DeVore, deceased), Linda (Harold McKinney), Margaret (David Wisdom), and Emily (Eric Bruton).

  Eugenia is also survived by her grandchildren; Carmen (Brian) Stodghill, Derek Wildoner, Matt (Courtney) McKinney, Bethany DeVore, Nathan (Dorothy) Thacher, JD Wisdom, Mattie and James Bruton.  Great grandchildren survive as follows: Lauren, Reagan, and Kate Wildoner (and their mother Lori), Isaac and Jack McKinney, and Laikynn DeVore Barbee.

   Additionally, Eugenia is survived by nieces, nephews, their families.

    Friends may call on Sunday at 11:00 AM at Butler Funeral Home. Edmonton, KY. Services will commence at 1:00 PM, with burial immediately in the Hiser Family Cemetery at Center. KY.

  Alternative expressions of sympathy are requested for the Hiser Family Cemetery, Inc. 1940 Old Munfordville Rd., Glasgow, KY 42141


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  1. Ms. Dorris
    I’m so sorry for your loss. I’m sure she was a wonderful mother and will be missed greatly. If there’s anything I can do just let me know.

  2. Mary Helen, so sorry to hear of your mothers passing. Our prayers and thoughts will be with you and your family.

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    A MONET’S GARDEN TABLE BASKET was sent on February 25, 2017

    In loving memory of Mammaw, from all of her grandchildren.

  4. Emily, Margaret, Linda & families- so sorry to learn of your mothers’ passing. 91-she lived a long life, but even so- it always seems so short. My condolences to ALL.

  5. Helen and sisters: My thoughts and prayers are with you. The smile on your mom’s face in the picture speaks volumes about the kind mother she was and the love she shared with each of you and your families.

  6. I was so saddened to hear this. We always loved coming to the house for visits. Picking strawberries and apples and playing and Jean trying to feed us. Those visits were always so good. I will keep you all in my prayers and thoughts.

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