Paul
Paul Ambrose Puckett, 65 of 321 East 20th Street died on December 16, 2004 at Leisure Years Nursing Home. He was born to the late Franklin Agustine Puckett. Retired from Uniform Rental as a salesman, member of Blessed Mother Catholic Church, member of Knight of Columbus enjoyed Karaoke, enjoyed being with friends and family, at Christmas time enjoyed giving $2.00 bills to all the waitresses, custodians, etc. He was known as the 'Black Knight.' Preceded in death by his son, Anthony David Puckett and a brother, Thomas A. Puckett. Surviving are his son Johnnie Lee Puckett of Indianapolis, Indiana, daughters, Shannon Puckett and Annie Puckett of Owensboro, Ky., grandson, Jordan Puckett, his mother, Marie Lucille Ling Puckett of Owensboro, Ky., brothers, Joseph Lee Puckett of Evansville, Indiana, Charles Puckett of Van Nuys, California, Roy Andrew Puckett of Los Angeles, California, sister, Mary AgnesJudyAllen of San Diego, California, several aunts, nieces and nephews, one special aunt, Pauline Ling of Owensboro, Ky. Services are at 2:00pm. Sunday, December 19, 2004 at Blessed Mother Catholic Church, visitation at Haley-McGinnis Funeral Home from 2:00 to 8:00pm. Saturday and 12:00 to 1:30pm. Sunday, prayers will be said at 5:30pm. Saturday. Burial will be in Mater Dolorosa Cemetery in Owensboro, Kentucky. Reverend Freddie Byrd will be officiating. The family requests that expression of sympathy take the form of donations to Girls and Boys Town P.O. Box 7000 Boys Town, Nebraska 68010.

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  1. I am sorry to hear about Paul’s passing, I had an apartment that his cousin Tony Ling and family rented from me, I met Paul thru them, would see him around Oboro. before moving back to my home here, he always had a smile and kind words for me, he will be

  2. And the night comes again to the circle studded sky,
    the stars settle slowly, in loneliness they lie, till the universe explodes as a falling star is raised, the planets are paralzed the mountains are amazed, but they all glow brighter from the brillianc

  3. Annie, It was good to see you recently, but I am so sorry to read about your dad’s death. Losing him and your brother so close together has got to be real hard. My own dad died about this time three years ago and I understand what you feel. I will be p

  4. To Paul’s Family,
    My wife and I want to share with you our love, Paul was a great man. He made the most memorable and charitable item I have to this day a possibility, Paul shared on December 8th 1989 a great deal of money to help my wife and I get marr

  5. Mrs. Puckett,
    Sorry I’m late in sending my condolences to you about the death of Paul. Paul hung out at the 8-Ball Resturant a lot of his time and seems that on every occasion I visited the 8-Ball for a hamburger Paul would come in for a cup of coffee. A

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