Verona Elizabeth Cumberledge
Friday 25th of January 1935 - Saturday 10th of September 2022
Verona Elizabeth Cumberledge, 87 and widow of Raymond Cumberledge, Jr., passed away on Sept. 10, 2022 while under hospice care in Erlanger. She was born to the late Roy Vernon Graham and Iola Lietzy Graham on Jan. 25, 1935 in Huntington, WV. She was an active member of Southern Hills United Methodist Church for 55 years.
Her community involvement included the National Press Women, the Associated Press, Alpha Chi Omega sorority, Lexington Women’s Club, Daughters of the American Revolution, Good Samaritan Foundation, and served as vice president of KY Healthcare Access Foundation.
She is survived by her three children, Craig (Nancy), Brian (Marcia) and Melinda Cumberledge; four grandchildren, Michael (Natalie), Ryan (Taylor), Elizabeth and Bradshaw; and two great-grandchildren, Karson and Logan. In addition to her husband and parents, she was preceded in death by her brother, R.V. “Buddy” Graham.
Visitation Friday, 5pm to 7pm at Milward-Southland. Funeral Saturday, 12pm at Southern Hills United Methodist Church. Burial will follow at Lexington Cemetery.
The pallbearers will be Michael, Ryan and Bradshaw Cumberledge and A.L. Kawaja, Mike Truitt and Craig Reinhardt.
In lieu of flowers, donations encouraged to St. Elizabeth Hospice, https://stelizabeth.com/community-outreach/foundation/donate.
The Wallden familysays
We were so sorry to read of Verona's passing. Our sincere condolences to the family. Larry, Richard. and families
The Wallden familysays
We were sorry to read of Verona’s passing. Have tried to keep in touch and always enjoyed her notes and photos. Our condolences to you all.
Norma Evans Wirtsays
I met Verona many years ago when she was ordering some Printing from my company, Post Printing. She was working for the Kentucky Healthcare Access Foundation at that time. Only later did I find out that she was living just 5 houses from mine! She was a delightful neighbor and always pleasant. I know she will be missed terribly by her family and friends. God Bless You, Verona!
Barbara R Martinsays
Dear Craig, Nancy, and family, Please know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time; you have previously been and will remain so. Verona was a beautiful lady--AND a good Methodist! I'm grateful that she could be in your lives for so long, but it's never long enough. Our peace and hope rest in our firm Foundation, Jesus. We know we'll meet again in eternal joy. God bless you, Barb Martin
My deepest condolences. She was a wonderful person. Love you, Mendy.
I am so very sorry for your loss. What a sweet and caring person. She will be missed by so many. The family at Turf Town Properties will surely miss her.