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Argle Coffee Meeks, 85, Windsor, KY (1936-2021)

Argle Coffee Meeks of Windsor passed away on Thursday, August 26, 2021, at Casey County Hospital. He was 85 years old.

Funeral services will be held at 5pmET on Friday, September 3, 2021, at Thomas Ridge Christian Church, Thomas Ridge Road, Dunnville, KY, with Bro. Jason Davidson and Bro. Asa Wooten officiating. Interment will follow in Thomas Ridge Cemetery, Dunnville, KY.

Visitation will be from 2:30pmET until 5pmET on Friday, September 3, 2021, at Thomas Ridge Christian Church, Thomas Ridge Road, Dunnville, KY.


He was born on Monday, January 13 1936, in Liberty, Ky. He was the son of the late Alice Roberts Meeks and the late Gloid Meeks.

Survivors include:
  • His wife, Phyllis Gosser Meeks, of Russell Springs, KY
  • A Daughter: Sheila Luttrell, of Windsor KY
  • A Step-Daughter: Tammy Egnew, spouse Ricky, of Russell Springs KY
  • A Step-Son: Alan Gosser, spouse Mary Beth, of Russell Springs KY
  • Two special nephews, Billy Roy and Joe Emerson
  • A special niece, Rhonda Meeks,
  • A granddaughter, Cassie (Bryant) Gregory,
  • Great grandchildren, Lilly, Justin and Valerie,
  • A great-grandchild, Easton Gregory,
  • Four step-grandchildren, Laura (Jason) Davidson, Lindsay (Taylor) Gibson, Dustin Gosser, Jared (Jacklyn) Gosser,
  • Four step-great grandchildren, Connor and London Davidson and Scout and Boone Gibson
Argle was a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother and uncle who enjoyed his time with family as well as farming and gardening and drove a school bus for 30 years in the Casey County School System. Argle was a long-time fiddle player and enjoyed playing bluegrass and gospel music with his friends and served as fiddler for many well-known groups including Carl Story and the Rambling Mountaineers and Harold Austin and the First National Bluegrass. Argle attended Ono Community Church where he re-dedicated his life to the Lord. Besides his parents, Argle was preceded in death by all six of his siblings; two brothers; Delmer (Kathleen) Meeks and Chester (Lucy) Meeks. Four sisters; Marie (Elmer) Bernard, Opal (Elsie) Roy, Gladys (Elbert) Emerson, and Beatrice Meeks who passed away as a child.

Wilson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be left at www.wfhrs.com.


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Argle Coffee Meeks, 85, Windsor, KY (1936-2021)



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