Eileen "Dee" Byington

Eileen "Dee" Byington

There are 2 comments on the Independent story from Mar 25, 2011, titled Eileen "Dee" Byington. In it, Independent reports that:

Eileen Dolores "Dee" Byington, 94 of Clay County, Ala., formerly of Ashland, died Thursday in Twin Oaks Assisted Living in Lineville, Ala.

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Karen

New Berlin, WI

#1 Apr 2, 2011
Aunt Dee will be greatly missed, she was formerly from Ashland, Kentucky. She Was born in Huntington, West Virginia. Maiden Name Nagle. Her bother was Jack L. Nagle(Maxine) Deceased 83

Brother Bill(Charlotte)Nagle Of Huntington,WV
She was very involved in her Garden Clubs - Had A Love For Antiques. Her home on Coburn Ave. Was always beautiful with her Floral displays and Antiques.
She Loved Tennis & The Kentucky Derby.
Prior to Aunt Dee's passing she lost her Niece Judy Nagle Foster and Judy's Husband Charlie.
A Nephew Alvin Martin Nagle (1971)
Her Husband Phil Byington.
Remaining Niece's Jane Nagle Of Ohio - Mary Ruth Nagle Of Arizona
Karen Maxine Nagle Of Wisconsin and A Nephew Ralph William Nagle Of Ohio. Dee was greatly missed in Ashland, KY after being moved to Lineville, AL. The Family would like to Thank Twin Oaks for their great care when she was living there. I was fortunate enough to visit with her at Twin Oaks in 2009.
Kentucky was always her home and she loved it more then anything.
When we spoke on the phone after her move, She never forgot to ask about Ashland, KY. Another Great Loss For The Nagle's.
Mary Ruth Nagle

Scottsdale, AZ

#2 Apr 4, 2011
In appreciation to the staff at Twin Oaks for the loving care given to my aunt, Dee Byington, and to the Clay County Funeral Home for their professional services. Thank you to the Kevin Foster family for your support and kindness to my Aunt Dee and a special thanks to Maddie Foster. Aunt Dee and I were very close and we played tennis and golf together. She was very active in her travel club and I also enjoyed many of those excursions with her. Unfortunately I have not had the opportunity to see her often recently, but we talked on the phone regularly. I miss her and am comforted knowing she is at peace. God Bless You Aunt Dee. Love Mary Ruth

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