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Alice Pinkerton
1933 - 2020

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Alice White Pinkerton

FRANKLIN FURNACE-Alice White Pinkerton, 86, of Franklin Furnace, passed away Thursday, July 23, 2020 at Harbor Healthcare in Ironton. Alice was born October 5, 1933 in Scioto County to the late Donald White and Laura Rose Bowles White. She was the Baptist faith. In addition to her parents, Alice was preceded in death by her husband, Earl Ray Pinkerton, January 19, 2014, whom she married August 2, 1951 in Greenup, KY. She was also preceded in death by five brothers, Bob, Don, Steve, Jerry and Ralph and three sisters, Edith, Elsie and Opal. Alice is survived by three sons, James Ray (Donna), Edward Lee and Jeffery Keith; a daughter, Phyllis Laprince; a brother, Lewis White; two sisters, Violet Stewart and Vera Keaton; four grandchildren, two great grandchildren and a great, great granddaughter.

Services will be 12:00 pm Monday, July 27, 2020 at Harrison-Pyles Funeral Home in Wheelersburg with Pastor Randall Patrick and Pastor Gary Arthurs officiating. Interment will follow in Kentucky Veterans Cemetery, NE. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Monday from 10:00 am until the 12:00 pm service hour. Covid restrictions require wearing masks and social distancing during visitation and the service. The funeral home will not be providing masks. Condolences to the family may be made at www.harrison-pyles.com.



Friday July 24, 2020

Jennifer Whildin

I'm sorry to hear about Aunt Alice's passing. I send my sympathies to her family and friends, and wish them strength and peace.

Friday July 24, 2020

Doug, Carrie and Josh Pinkerton

It broke my heart to hear about Alice. Some of my fondest memories as a child were when we visited Ray, Alice and the rest of the family. It always made me and my sister giggle every time we heard Alice calling for Ray with a loud, "Heeeeeeeey Raaaaaaaaaay!" Alice leaves behind an incredible legacy-one of love for her family, caring for others and glory to her Savior, Jesus. I know that i did not get to see her much after growing up; but never doubt that the love was there. I am honored to have called her my Great Aunt. Praying for comfort during this time. Please accept our love, sympathies and respect. Matthew 5:4


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