Oct 02 2009

NANCY McCAULEY

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McCAULEY, NANCY LILLIAN MASTERSON, 83, died Saturday, September 5, 2009.
Survivors include three sons, David, Larry Sr. and Donald McCauley; and one daughter, Jane Asencio.
October 01, 2009
We love you Maw Nancy!

Love your great-grandsons,

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Dallas & John Houston Kirkland,
Lebanon, Kentucky
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September 29, 2009
Grandma Nancy kept all the drawings my mom sent her over the years. As a child and teenager, it pained me to part with any of my art but it was great to know my humble work meant enough to her to save all these years. With love your grandson,
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Aaron Asencio,
Akron, Ohio
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September 17, 2009
I miss you so much Maw Nancy! You were truly sensational and an inspiration to me. You always seemed to make me laugh, between your histerical jokes, and your impersonations of people. Your house was the first place i would think of to go to if i wanted to catch up on the buzz on celebrities, because you would always have peoples magazines laying around somewhere i could find them. Although, you may had beat me on some of the card games we used to have, you were one of the greatest poker players i had ever met. I would just love to fix your hair up, even though it was already beautiful.Even though i had a perfectly comfortable bed at home, i would always love to spend the night at your house when i got a chance, i guess it was just because i was in the comfort of you being there with me. You were such an excellent cook, and i have always hoped that one day i would be as good of cook as you were. I always seemed to not like all the shows that you used to like when i was watching them at home, but when i was down to your house watching them with you i loved them, because we would always make bets about who we thought was going to win the money on a game show or who was going to get a good out look on life on a reality show. I will always and forever cherish the moments we spent together, because there will never be another great-grandmother like you.?
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Kelsey Thompson,
Lebanon, Kentucky
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September 16, 2009
We love & miss you already Maw Nancy! I especially miss the good chocolate candy that you would always make & all the good stories you always told. You were the best grandmother & great-grandmother anyone could ever ask for, always full of life & so much fun to be around. You were definately one of a kind & no matter what, you will always be in our thoughts daily & most of all you will never be forgotten. With Love your granddaughter.
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Cristi Thompson,
Lebanon, Kentucky
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September 12, 2009
To the McCauley Family,

I was so sorry to hear about your Mom. I stopped by several years ago to visit her–sweet lady. I have good memories of your family. So nice.

God bless you all and may your faith keep you strong during this difficult time.

You have my deepest sympathy,

Brenda Masterson Greenwell

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Brenda Masterson,
Paducah, Kentucky
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September 09, 2009

I’ll miss all those wonderful phone calls catching up on all things family. Those calls meant so much when living in California did not give us an opportunity to see each other often.

Love,Your daughter,Jane

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jane McCauleyAsencio,
Redlands, California
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September 07, 2009
Many wonderful memories of Aunt Nancy are with me.
When I was sick one day and had to stay home from school, she made me the most wonderful chicken soup. This weekend I had the flu again. Yes, I made myself chicken soup.
She was always “my” Aunt Nancy because I was named after her and she always took up for me.
Nancy Ellen Smith Masterson
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September 06, 2009
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
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Mark Simpson,
Willisburg, Kentucky
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September 06, 2009
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
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Lucy Price,
Willisburg, Kentucky
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September 06, 2009
You have our sympathies.
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Junie, Carolyn and Alan Mattingly of Mattingly Funeral Home,
Loretto, Kentucky

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  1. RALPH ASENCIO says:

    MY NAME IS RALPH ASENCIO SON OF RAFEAL ASENCIO MY GRANDFATHER WAS FRANSICO ASENCIO THE CALLED HIM DON PACO FROM TRILLO ALTO P.R. HE HAD 13 BOYS AND 6 GIRLS WE ARE A VERY BIG FAMILY

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