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George Aaron Andrew Presley

February 22, 1935December 23, 2020

George Aaron Andrew Presley age 85 passed away December 23, 2020 at his home after his battle from cancer of lungs and liver. He was born February 22, 1935 at home in Kessinger, Hart County, Kentucky to Isaac Martin Presley and Ollie May Poston Presley. George professed Faith in Christ at age 11 and was a member of Wilkerson Temple Methodist Church for years. When he moved to Louisville, he attended Longfield Baptist Church until his death. He didn’t talk much but adored being with his large family and many friends. He is preceded in death by his wife Dolores Crenshaw Presley, son Mark Presley, his parents and 9 siblings: Katherine Middleton, Esther Ruark, Ivan Presley, Eloise Brown, Ruth Puckett, Dorothy Nunn, Alline Crenshaw, Paul Presley, Berladean Schindler and 7 nephews: Eugene Ruark, Bruce Ruark, Rodger Ruark, Robert Ruark, Lowell Puckett, Armon Brown, Michael Bastin. He is survived by a sister Edith Bastin and 17 nephews and nieces: Howard Middleton, Sharon Haven, Sue Tillman, David Brown, Ruth Bishop, Mary Kuhman, Wendell Brown, Doris Sansbury, Leon Puckett, Martha Claycomb, Marty Nunn, Stephen Presley, Norman Presley, Ray Schindler, Larry Schindler, Gary Bastin, Glenda Bastin. George also adored his wife’s 6 nephews and niece: Philip Crenshaw (deceased), Michael Coffman, David Coffman, Phil Bright, Jeremy Bright, Cheryl Hearn. Due to Covid-19 we request the visitation and funeral be limited to only his family while wearing masks.

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Norman Presley

December 26, 2020

My favorite memory was leaving the house about 5:00 In the morning pulling the boat and when we got on Bardstown Road we got pulled over by a policewomen.
She asked, “What are you doing?”
Us: Going fishing”
Her: “You do know it’s 17 degrees outside?”
Us: “Yes”
Her: “I thought maybe you guys were drunk or something. So when is the best time to fish?”
Us: “Well, when it’s raining or when it’s not.”
Her: “Ok, I’ve seen it all now.”
That’s how much we loved just being together.

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