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Lewis 'Bird' Weatherford, 85, Taylor County, KY (1935-2021)

Lewis 'Bird' Weatherford, 85, of Campbellsville, KY, son of the late Wilbur Weatherford and Lela Hoskins Weatherford was born in Taylor County on September 24, 1935, and departed this life on Wednesday, February 10, 2021.

He professed his faith in Christ and was a member of Elkhorn Methodist Church. He retired from 42 years working for Southern States and loved spending time with his grandkids and great-grandkids. He loved to farm, work with his cows, and loved his dog, Punkin.



He is survived by his loving wife of sixty-six years of marriage, Mrs. Wanda Faye Bertram Weatherford, having united in marriage on July 28, 1954.

He is also survived by one daughter and one son: Patricia and her husband Ronald "Sam" Porter of Campbellsville. David and his wife Pam Weatherford of Campbellsville.

Two grandchildren: Karen Hardin and her husband Tye of Campbellsville. Janet and her husband Dustin Barnes of Campbellsville.

Four great-grandchildren: Lane Hardin, Lela Hardin, Jackson Barnes, and Dalton Barnes, all of Campbellsville.

Two sister-in-laws: Betty Scott and Louvenia Weatherford, both of Campbellsville.

Besides his parents, Mr. Weatherford is preceded in death by one sister and two brothers: Marian Perkins, R.H. Weatherford, and Hoover Weatherford.

A walk-through visitation will be held Saturday, February 13th, 2021, from 5pm-8pm EST at Auberry Funeral Home in downtown Campbellsville.

Funeral services will be held Sunday, February 14th, 2021, at 2pm EST at Auberry Funeral Home in downtown Campbellsville.

Burial to follow in Campbellsville Memorial Gardens in Campbellsville, Kentucky. Bro. Bill Davenport and Bro. Ronnie Dooley will be officiating the service.

The family has requested that expressions of sympathy take the form of donations to Gideons Bibles which can be made at the funeral home.

Social distancing guidelines and masks are required upon entering building.


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