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Floyd Hammers

Floyd W. Hammers of Morgantown, Ky.
Date of Death: Sunday , November 6, 2011
Age: 83
Place of Death: Joseph Eddie Ballard Western Kentucky Veterans Center Hanson, Ky.
Place of Birth: Butler , Ky. August 12, 1928
Occupation: Retired Barber of 47 years and an Artist - He was a Aero photographer in the Air force during the Korean Conflict
Religious Affiliation: Member of First United Methodist Church for 48 years, Honored Member of the Methodist Men, Lay Speaker in the Methodist, Church, Volunteer at Morgantown Mission
Spouse: Joyce Porter Hammers of 54 years
Parents: Herman Hammers and Mary Johnson Hammers (both deceased)
Funeral Service: Friday at 11:00 a.m. At Smith Funeral Home, Morgantown with Bro. Josh Scott & Bro Darren Jones officiating
Visitation: Wednesday 4 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., Thursday 8 am til 8 pm, Friday 8am til Funeral all at Smith Funeral Home Chapel
Place of Burial: Walnut Grove Cemetery, Morgantown Ky.
Survivors
Wife: Joyce Porter Hammers, Morgantown, Ky.
Daughter:Kelley Hammers & Husband Leo Fernandez, Bowling Green, Ky.
Son: Clark Porter Hammers & Wife Debbie, Morgantown, Ky.
Granddaughter:Dana F. Bynum & Husband Russ, Savannah GA.
Grandson: Clark Thomas Hammers, Louisville, Ky
4 Step Grandchildren: Adam Gabbard & wife Jamie, Morgantown, Ky, Andrew Gabbard & Misty Givens, Morgantown, Ky, Connie Fernandez and Angela Fernandez of Bowling Green, Ky.
1 Step-Great GrandChild:Caleb Gabbard, Morgantown, Ky.
1 Sister:Nyla Hammers Morgan, Morgantown, Ky.
Nieces:Linda Ball, Rhonda Rasmussen, Glenda Beck & Brenda Anthony
Nephew: Daniel Hammers
Preceded in Death by Parents, Brother Glendle Hammers
In Lieu of Flowers Contributions can be made to the Morgantown Mission

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Joycer and family so sorry for your loss. He has found peace now Jennifer Odle
Dear Joyce, Kelley, and Clark, Our deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family.
Mr. Hammers was a sweet person I remember him volunteering at the Morgantown Mission. Always friendly and smiling. So sorry to hear about your loss. Thinking of you in prayer!
Dear Joyce, May God give you comfort and strength during these difficult days in the loss of your husband. I will always have good memories of Floyd. He did so much good to the welfare of Butler Co. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Love, Emily Namken
Uncle Floyd was a kind, sweet soul. Since he's been sick, there's a void on Main Street missing Floyd's Barber Shop.... Morgantown just isn't the same. I believe he's gone to a better place. A place where his Mother, Father and Brother greeted him with love and welcoming arms. Even though we'll miss him on this side of the Veil, I'm grateful his suffering is over and he is at peace. There will never be another Uncle Floyd. He was special. I love him. Brenda M. Anthony Logan, Utah
I'm sorry to hear of your loss. Joyce and Dana, I love you both so much and have you in my thoughts. God Bless.
Mr. Hammers used to tell me "Back in the day stories" as he cut my hair. I really enjoyed listening to him.R.I.P. friend.
So sorry to hear of Floyd's passing. Floyd always had that smile on his face. He always cut my boys (Lee & Freddie's) hair. They didn't want it cut if Floyd couldn't do it. Floyd we love you. Much love to you and your family.
So sorry to hear of Floyd's passing. My boys, Lee and Freddie didn't want anyone else to cut their hair. Floyd was such a wonderful man he will be missed. God Bless his family in their time of sorrow.
What a wonderful man in every sense of the word... I also remember Floyd's haircuts... I will miss him... Rest in Peace buddy...
Joyce, sorry to hear of your loss, He was a good and kind man.
Floyd was wonderful man. David says he was his first customer in Nyla's basement when he came back to start cutting hair. He was a friend to everyone and leaves a great legacy to his family and friends. His influence is reflected in his family. We will miss him.
To Joyce, Clark & the Hammers family. We are so sorry to hear about Floyd's passing. When we think of our years in Butler Co. the Hammers family is always thought of with a smile. Take care, Marla & Mike


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