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Katy Lee Frady Chambers
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Birth: Feb. 20, 1915
Haywood County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Apr. 20, 2009
Haywood County
North Carolina, USA

Katy Lee Frady Chambers, 94 of Canton passed away Monday, April 20, 2009 at Silver Bluff Nursing Home. She was born in Haywood County on February 20, 1915 to the late Carey and Rhett Henry Frady. She retired from the Haywood County school system where she worked in the school cafeteria.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Woodrow Chambers, three brothers, Jesse, Claude and Hugh Frady and three sisters, Nola Rich, Frances Frady and Grace Erwin.

She is survived by two sons, Robert Chambers and his wife, Wilma of Canton and Wilson Chambers and his wife, Lillian of Waynesville; a daughter, Louise Haney of Clyde; a sister, Hazel Sorrells of Canton; and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren.

A funeral service will be held at 2 pm on Thursday at Garrett Funerals and Cremations with the Reverend Ted Reeves officiating. Burial will be in Garrett Hillcrest Memorial Park.
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  Woodrow Wilson Chambers (1912 - 1985)*
*Calculated relationship
Garrett-Hillcrest Memorial Park
Haywood County
North Carolina, USA
Created by: Mattie Jane
Record added: Jul 12, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 39380611
Katy Lee <i>Frady</i> Chambers
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Katy Lee <i>Frady</i> Chambers
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Every one needs flowers for their eyes to enjoy and birds singing for their ears to enjoy. Rest in peace.
- Mattie Jane
 Added: Jul. 12, 2009

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