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Alisha Gayle Hartley Lee, Casey County, KY (1981-2017)

She was the devoted wife to Robert Melvin Lee, and loving mother and best friend of her precious 8-year-old daughter Kalyn Carol Lee, both of Liberty, KY. She loved flowers and UK basketball and the family is asking that visitors please wear UK clothing to both the visitation and funeral.

Alisha Gayle Hartley Lee, known to most as "Boo", of Liberty, KY, went to be with God in her heavenly home, Tuesday, August 29, 2017 at the University of Kentucky Gill Heart Institute, Lexington, KY, due to diabetic and heart complications.

Visitation will be Friday September 1, 2017 at Bartle Funeral Home, 142 KY 49 Liberty, Kentucky. Vistation will be at 4pmCT/5pmET for family and 5pmCT/6pmET for extended family and her many friends. The funeral will be at 12 noon central, 1 o'clock eastern, Saturday, September 2, 2017 with burial at Salem Cemetery on Linnie Rheber Road in Liberty. She will be laid next to her daughter Abbigayle Grace. Immediately following the service, a reception will follow at the Disabled American Veterans Building (DAV), 1296 W KY 70, Liberty, KY.


Pallbearers will be Andy Hartley, Brian Brannock, Adam Brannock, Willy Sharp, Jimmy Terry, and Perry Joe Lee. Honorary pallbearers will be Mike, Todd, David and Jonathan Lee.

She was the devoted wife to Robert Melvin Lee, and loving mother and best friend of her precious 8-year-old daughter Kalyn Carol Lee, both of Liberty.

Alisha Gayle Hartley Lee, Casey County, KY (1981-2017)

Alisha was born April, 3 1981 in Fleming County Kentucky. She was a 1999 graduate of Lewis County High School in Vanceburg, Ky. She moved to Liberty Kentucky where she met the love of her life, Robbie. There was nothing she loved more than her husband and her daughter, KK. She was a stay at home mother and wife, who adored UK basketball, her daughter's softball team, and bluegrass music. She was a Christian and loved the Lord. She had battled diabetes since the age of 16, which caused her to go blind, but she never let it stop her from living a full and happy life. She loved all her friends and family so very much.

She is preceded in death by three angel babies, and a daughter, Abigayle Grace Lee, maternal grandparents Evart and Carolyn Lacey Zornes, of Vanceburg KY. Paternal grandparents William "Buster" Cooper and Garnet May Fraley, of Vanceburg Ky. One niece, Faith Quinn Hartley, (daughter of Anthony and Cherish Hartley of Ribolt, KY.), and a step brother Mark Anthony Sharp.

She leaves behind in addition to her husband and daughter, her mother Judy Zornes Hartley of Barnesville GA formerly of Vanceburg, KY.; her father Gene (Emma) Hartley of Danville, KY; a brother Anthony (Cherish) Hartley of Ribolt, KY; a sister Amanda (Brian) Brannock of Barnesville, GA; half- brother Taylor (McKenzie) Martin; a step-brother Willy (Jessica) Sharp; her mother in law Carol Sue (Jimmy) Terry of Liberty, KY; her sister in law Pamela Jo Lee (Jimmy Cooper) of Liberty, KY; her brother in law Mike (Jackie) Lee of Liberty, KY.

Nephews and nieces, Andrew Hartley, Avrum Hartley, Adam Brannock, Bailey Ann Brannock, Todd (Rachel) Lee, Perry (Shawnee) Lee, David Lee, Jonathan Lee, Kaeson Martin, Hannah Sharp and Marissa Lee. Great nieces and nephew Lucas Lee, Riley Price and Evie Lee. Hundreds of family and friends who will miss her terribly.

Boo was not a fancy person and was known for always wearing comfortable clothes. She loved flowers and UK basketball and the family is asking that visitors please wear UK clothing to both the visitation and funeral.

Send condolences to the family of Alisha Lee

Bartle Funeral Home, 142 KY Hwy 49, Liberty, KY, is in charge of arrangements.


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Service, 12pmCT/1pmET, Liberty, KY, for Alisha Gayle Hartley Lee, Casey County, KY (1981-2017)


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