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Loretta Ashcraft Gulick
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Birth: Mar. 5, 1931
Death: Oct. 17, 2004

Loretta Ashcraft Gulick, 73, of Falmouth, Kentucky, passed away on Sunday, October 17, 2004, at her home. Born in Pendleton County, Kentucky, on March 5, 1931, she was the daughter of the late Leonard and Elizabeth Sharp Ashcraft. She was a member of the Falmouth Methodist Church, Democratic Womens Club and Eta Pi Kappa Sorority, belonged to the Pendleton County Homemakers and worked as the Pendleton County Circuit Clerk for over eight years. She married Robert "Bob" Gulick on July 2, 1955, and he survives her passing.

She was preceded in death by her brother, Johnny Ashcraft. She is survived by: two daughters, Missy Taylor and Linda Moore, both of Falmouth; a brother, Arthur Ashcraft, Jackson, Kentucky; three sisters, Mary Hutchison, Florence, Kentucky, Juanita Wulfekamp, Mays Lick, Kentucky, and Dorothy Brunker, Falmouth; and two grandchildren, Chris Moore and Brittany Crouch.

Visitation will be on Tuesday, October 19, 2004, from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Peoples Funeral Home, Falmouth. Services will be held on Wednesday, October 20, 2004, at 1:00 p.m. at the funeral home. Interment will take place in the Riverside Cemetery, Falmouth. Memorial contributions may be made to Falmouth Methodist Church Shelby Street, Falmouth, KY 41040, or to the charity of your choice.
 
 
Burial:
Riverside Cemetery
Falmouth
Pendleton County
Kentucky, USA
 
Created by: Cathy Case Muntz
Record added: Dec 13, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 81898782
Loretta <i>Ashcraft</i> Gulick
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