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“Wanda and FamilySo sorry for your loss, it was so good to know your Mom the times she attended church with you. Such a Precious Lady. Prayers for...Read More »
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“I am so sorry for your loss, but heaven's gain. She will be missed by all that knew her. Such a sweet loving person. God bless you and the family....Read More »
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Mrs. Tucker loved the Lord Jesus Christ and, with her husband, led her family to follow after Him.  She enjoyed reading her Bible, spending time with her family, baking for her children and grandchildren, and quilt making.
Her loving husband, Schuyler Tucker, is among those who have preceded her in death.  Others include her father, William Howard Maxwell; her mother, Sarah Emeline Maxwell; daughter-in-law, Marsha Tucker; brother, Henry Maxwell (Ollie); and sisters, Della Morrow (Albert), Mary Cook (Earl), Wilma Jones (Jessie), and Beulah Bell (Henry); and her step-grandson – Robert Skaggs.  
She leaves behind, to cherish her memory, her children - Wanda Skaggs (George), Curtis Tucker, and Doug Tucker (Debbie); her grandchildren - Gregory Collard (Tara), Brian Tucker (Tanya), Katrina Bishop, Rebekah Henriksen (Chris), Joshua Tucker (Ashley), Daniel Tucker (Rachel), Dennis Skaggs (Christyann), Timothy Skaggs (Dana), and Annie Skaggs; twenty-three great grandchildren; four great, great grandchildren; her sister, Marie McCollum (Hugh); and numerous nieces and nephews. 
Visitation times will be from 1 pm - 7 pm on Thursday, June 15th, at Schoppenhorst, Underwood & Brooks Funeral Home located at 4895 Preston Hwy, Shepherdsville (Pioneer Village), KY, with a funeral service to follow from 7 pm - 8 pm.
A second time of visitation will be held at the Hickey & Son Funeral Home, 340 N. Main St., Monticello, KY, on Friday, June 16th, 2017, from 1 pm - 3 pm
with a funeral service to follow from 3 pm - 4 pm.  Internment is to be in the Isaac Tucker Cemetery in Monticello.