Marcella Jean FergusonOctober 15, 1951 - May 11, 2020
Posted on May 12, 2020 at 6:38 PM • 12 Comments
Marcella Jean Ferguson, 68, of Corbin passed away peacefully at her home on Monday, May 11, 2020, to join her loving Savior after a courageous battle with cancer.
Marcella was retired after a long career in banking that began at First National Bank and then led her to Tri County Bank and finally to Whitaker Bank. She will always be remembered professionally and personally for her sincere and genuine kindness and smile.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Frank and Ailene Smith.
She leaves behind her husband, Elzie Ferguson, who loved her dearly for over 50 years; her son, Michael Wayne Ferguson; sister, Connie Taylor and husband Bennie; sister, Brenda Wallen and husband Danny; three grandchildren: Brittany Trosper and husband Nick, Zachary Ferguson, and Haley Ferguson; four great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; numerous other relatives; dear friend, William Guy Reed, along with many other precious friends; and her fur buddy, Maverick “Mavie.” She was dearly loved and will be deeply missed.
Due to the restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic, funeral and burial services will be private. Marcella will be laid to rest in peace at Locust Grove Cemetery in Keavy.
For information about sending flowers, please call Hart Funeral Home at 606-528-5311.
TammyPosted at 22:04h, 12 May
Elzie and Michael I just wanna let you know how much we truly love Marcella our hearts are with you Marcella I’m going to miss you so much we have got close in the last several years you lifted me up when Tim had cancer I never ever forget you why hi my beautiful angel love you forever Marcy
Dewayne CooperPosted at 06:20h, 13 May
Was a pleasure knowing and working with you at First National for many years. Always wearing that beautiful smile. Heaven has gained another angel. Prayers for the family at this difficult time. RIP my friend Marcella !!!
Carmeta BartonPosted at 13:32h, 13 May
Marcella was a beautiful person inside & out. She always wore a beautiful smile & so kind to everyone. God bless this family 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻.
Skip WaldenPosted at 17:09h, 13 May
Elzie and Michael, I’m sorry to hear of Marcella’s passing. If you all need anything, call me.
Brenda FergusonPosted at 19:59h, 13 May
No one had a smile as pretty as yours, and you had such a big kind heart. You will be missed
Edna ThomasonPosted at 21:34h, 13 May
Elsie I am so sorry for the loss of your beautiful wife. My heart aches for you Michael and family.
Donna Campbell HubbardPosted at 12:59h, 14 May
Such a Classy, Sassy, Beautiful, and Christian soul, and so fun too. I have a lot of memories of us together as friends, she was one of the best anyone could ever have. Prayers for Elzie, Michael, and all the family. Our world won’t be the same. But Heaven has a New Angel…God Bless…🙏❤🙏❤💞
Donna Campbell HubbardPosted at 13:00h, 14 May
Such a Classy, Sassy, Beautiful, and Christian soul, and so fun too. I have a lot of memories of us together as friends, she was one of the best anyone could ever have. Prayers for Elzie, Michael, and all the family. Our world won’t be the same. But Heaven has a New Angel…God Bless…
Sharon Mullis BrucePosted at 15:08h, 14 May
My deepest sympathy for Marcella family. Childhood friend Sharon Mullis Bruce.
Jim and Hazel OaksPosted at 20:24h, 15 May
What a beautiful smile always. She checked on my cancer progress and always prayed for me.
She love ALabama and I will never forget stopping in FT.Payne,AL to get a CD she could not find.
Jim and I treasured her and Elza’s Friendship.
Sue and Neal WilcoxPosted at 16:24h, 16 May
What a GREAT GAL! Neal and I drove out of our way to bank with her, he has known her since she was 15 years old working at Wing drive in. Please take comfort in knowing how many people loved her and she is in Heaven, was with God within a second after she closed her eyes, moments later with her love ones gone before her. We will all see her again in Glory. Our love and prayers to her family, Sue and Neal Wilcox.
Diana Needham WilliamsPosted at 17:35h, 22 May
Sending sympathy for the loss of a beautiful person here but a gain for those in Heaven. From a first-grade classmate, Diana Needham Williams