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Jody A. Black

May 23, 1968November 1, 2020

Jody Allen Black, age 52, passed away on November 1, 2020.

He was born on May 23, 1968, in Cincinnati, Ohio to the late Glenn Black and Sherrie Harrington {Smith}. Jody married Patty Kerr on March 12, 2003. He worked in construction for almost all of his life. Jody was a jack of all trades, there wasn’t much of anything he couldn’t make or do. In his spare time, he enjoyed building various things and doing what he could to help others. Jody is survived by his wife, Patty Black; children Sgt. Peter Kerr (Mylene), Samantha Roberson (Rashawn), Brad Kerr (Mary), Lauren Black (Troy), and Jessica Hinton; grandchildren Johnathon, PJ, Kaitlyn, Kayden ,Elizabeth, Emily, London, Rashawn Jr., Layania, and Anastasia; sister Lisa Hance (Donnie); brother Gary Black; nephews Donnie Hance Jr, Adam Hance, Tyler Hance, and Dominic Hance; along with lots of other nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his mother, grandmother Mable Harrington, grandfather Sylvester Harrington, niece Faith Hance, mother in law Shirley, and father in law William Kerr Sr. Memorial services will be held on Friday, November 13, 2020 at 1pm at the Rose Hill Funeral Home. If you would like to send flowers, please have them delivered directly to the funeral home.

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Samantha Roberson

November 9, 2020

Dad words cannot express how much I love you and miss you right now. I miss all the times you would comfort me while I was crying and tell me it would be okay I miss all the hugs that you would give me and tell me that you love me. I miss your smile. I love you Dad now that you're gone there will always be a hole in my heart because I can't get any of that anymore. I can't see you, I can't hug you, I can't tell you how I'm doing. You won't see my children grow and that hurts me but I know that you're in a better place right now and I know that you will always be watching over us. I love you Dad and I miss you so so much.

Shannon Sears

November 9, 2020

When I was in 2nd grade you came to live with us in Kentucky for a while. I never asked why I never got jealous of you in anyway. I remember being so excited. I will never forget all the memories we made although the ones I remember we always got in trouble ha ha. Like the time in church we started laughing at something and couldn’t stop boy mom was so mad. She grounded us to the couch all day we was only allowed to get up and use the bathroom. And remember the time you talked me into riding home with our friends mom, you told me we would beat the bus home but she went grocery shopping first and mom freaked out because we didn’t get off the bus. Back then there wasn’t any cell phones all we had was a party line lol. I still can’t believe your gone. I’m sorry I didn’t stay in touch as much as I should have. You will be greatly missed. I am so upset I can’t make it to your memorial my heart is breaking into. Please give my daddy and mommy our grandma and your mommy a hug for me. See ya later cuz.

Lisa Hance

November 9, 2020

You will be so dearly missed Bub!!! My heart is so broken, but not for you for all of us!!! You are up in heaven where there is no more stress, no worries, no fears or sadness!!! Enjoy your eternity. See you for now until we meet again!!

Marty Snyder

November 7, 2020

Jody visited us daily to let us know that he was doing okay. He was always very nice and offered to help us with any chores. He was open and honest with us about his personal life experiences and we reassured him that he was a good person and we loved him just the same. He constantly talked about his family and told us how much he loved them. He is deeply missed! RIP dear friend!

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