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Chelsie E. Felty

Chelsie E. Felty, 84 of Morgantown, Kentucky, passed away Sunday, March 18, 2012, at the Hospice of Southern Ky Hospice Center in Bowling Green, Ky. He was a Butler County native, son of the late Clayton and Rita Embry Felty and husband of Gracie Lorene Embry Felty who survives. He is a member of Brooklyn Missionary Baptist Church and retired factory worker. He was preceded in death by grandson Kendall Phelps and 2 brothers Dallas and Roy Felty. Expression of sympathy may be made to Hospice of Southern Kentucky 5872 Scottsville Rd. Bowling Green, Ky. 42104.
Chelsie E. Felty is survived by his wife Gracie Lorene Felty of Morgantown, Ky.; 2 daugthers Shelia Ryle husband Bill of Owensboro, Ky. and Anita Phelps of Leitchfield, Ky; 2 sons James Darrell Felty wife Deloris of Morgantown, Ky and Aaron Dion Felty of Morgantown, Ky.; 6 sisters Delois Renfrow of Morgantown, Ky., Blanche Embry husband Herbert of Caneyville, Ky, Devois Embry husband Paul of Owensboro, Ky, Ester Givens husband Roger of Morgantown, Ky, Gennevie Embry husband Adril of Morgantown, Ky and Norma Jean Cardwell husband Ronnie of Louisville, Ky.; 2 brothers Ross Felty wife Jean of Morgantown, Ky and Raven Felty wife Delinda of Gary, Ky.; 3 granddaughters Melissa Gary husband Perry of Ohio, Dana Felty Bynum husband Russ of Savannah, GA and Danielle Ryle husband Justin of Somerset, Ky; grandson Jerry Phelps of Cub Run, Ky; great grandchild Amber Stauffer husband Andrew of WY and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held at the Jones Funeral Chapel Wednesday, March 21, 2012 at 1:00pm with Bro. Joe Henderson officiating. Burial will be in the Chapel Union Cemetery. Visitation will begin on Tuesday March 20, 2012 from 3:00pm - 8:00pm and Wednesday from 8:00am until funeral time at the Jones Funeral Chapel. Online condolences may be made at



Chelsie always had a cheerful attitude and was fun to talk to. I can still hear his voice in my head asking me to slice his bologna and turkey. He'd get in a few more sentences as he would arrange his dollar bills in a uniform manner and put his pennies in a separate pocket. These things made him all the more special.

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