Elizabeth Ann McKinley

Sunday 25th of September 1966 - Friday 19th of June 2020

Elizabeth Ann McKinley

Elizabeth Ann McKinley, 53, joined her Heavenly Father in the early morning of Friday, June 19, 2020. Ann was born on September 25, 1966 in Louisville, KY to Herman and Betty (Miller) Hardesty of Lexington, KY.

 

 

She graduated from Lafayette HS and Eastern Kentucky University. Ann was married on June 18, 1988 to James “JimBo” McKinley and together they celebrated 32 years. Ann was a member of Calvary Baptist Church where she was the current Director of Calvary Baptist PDO program, where she taught Pre-K for 27 years. She was also a former manager for Tupperware International. She loved scrapbooking, making cards, gardening, helping others, and mission trips with her church.

 

 

Left to cherish her memory is her husband, JimBo McKinley; sons, Michael (Jasmine) Olivia Ann, Mason James, Thomas (Payton Schmidt), and Christopher; sister, Jeannie (Rick) Newman; nieces, Sarah (Anthony) Weidner Deijah, Charlotte, Rebekah (Adam) Shelley, Esther, Luke, and Hannah Newman; brother, Rob (Tanya) Hardesty, Sam, and sister-in-law to Steve (Jodie) McKinley, Katie (Chaz) Strubbe, Pierce, Sawyer, Easton, Karie (Eric) Davenport Avery, Ronan, Remi, Karyn (Tyler Ison) McKinley, and daughter-in-law to Marilyn (Kenneth) Caudell.

 

 

Milward Funeral Directors are entrusted with Mrs. McKinley’s arrangements. A service will be observed by the family at a future date to celebrate Ann’s life.

 

 

In honor of her legacy Ann’s Family suggest memorial contributions be directed to Calvary Baptist Church (Christmas Project) and the American Cancer Society (Relay for Life).

 

 

To share a remembrance of Ann or offer condolences to her family, please visit milwardfuneral.com

 

 

Guest Book

Wilma A Langfels

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Oh no! She will be missed. She went through a lot and fought the good fight. I am "so" sorry.

1 month ago

Tam Margolies

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Jimbo- i continue to send my love and prayers to the entire family. Ann was really one in a million and impossible to describe perfectly... if you were lucky then you could just have to experience Ann to see Why so many loved her. She will Always be my special go to gal even in heaven! I can’t wait to see her again. Sending many hugs And love to you all!!

1 month ago

Tony Lister and Anne Wells

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We are praying that you take comfort in the Lord's love and know that you are never alone. We are thinking of you during this tremendous time of loss. Our deepest sympathies to you Jimbo, and to the rest of the family. John 16:22: "So also you have sorrow now, but I will see you again, and your hearts will rejoice, and no one will take your joy from you." In His love, Tony and Anne.

1 month ago

Donna Mcgohon

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Jimbo and family, Ron and I are so saddened of Ann's passing. She was so beautiful outside and in. Our hearts send love, hugs and prayers. I am so glad I was able to visit with her at the football game last fall and the restaurant with Mark and Mary Ellen. God bless! in our thoughts and prayers. "Well done good and faithful servant." Love, Ron and Donna

1 month ago

Sheri Caldwell Standifer

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I am at a complete loss of words. Jimbo, you and your beautiful, sweet family are on my heart. The love you and Ann shared touched more lives than you will ever know.

1 month ago

Vicki Sargent

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Herman and Betty So sorry for your loss. Remembering you and your family in our thoughts and prayers

1 month ago