Anna  Hale
Anna Hale, age 80, departed this life on Monday, November 4, 2019 at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital.
Anna was born on September 12, 1939 in Knott County, KY., to Bessie Penix Davidson and the late Roy Davidson. She operated Annie's Antiques in Somerset for many years and was gifted in making crafts, dolls, and curtains. She was a member of Glenwood Baptist Church in Eubank.
Mrs. Hale is survived by one son, Jeffrey (and Shelia) Hale of Somerset, KY; one daughter, Barbie (and Allan) Coomer of Somerset, KY; her mother, Bessie Penix Davidson; six grandchildren, Brittney Poole (and Robert Pool III), Kenny-Brent Hale, Edward Coomer, Keyla Coomer, Cierra Coomer, and Dylan Coomer; two brothers, Jerry (and Enis) Davidson of Science Hill, KY and Gary Davidson of Richmond, KY; two sisters, Edna Mae (and Tommy) Casebolt of Science Hill, KY and Voneda (and Darrell) Cornett of Seymour, IN; and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Brenton "Brent" Hale of whom she married on November 11, 1959 in Carr Creek, KY., and he preceded her on February 27, 2011. She was also preceded in death by her father, Roy Davidson, and a sister, Helen Sloane.
Visitation for Mrs. Hale will be Thursday, November 7, 2019 after 5:00pm until 8:00pm at Lake Cumberland Funeral Home.
Her funeral service will be held on Friday, November 8, 2019 at 1:00pm at the Chapel of Lake Cumberland Funeral Home with Bro. Greg Williams officiating. Burial will be in the Somerset Cemetery.
The family requests that expressions of sympathy be made to Hospice of Lake Cumberland.
You are welcome to view the obituary and send condolences to the family at our website www.LakeCumberlandFuneralService.com.
Lake Cumberland Funeral Home is entrusted with the arrangements for Anna Hale.
Published on November 5, 2019

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