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Baby Floyd Re’Shaun Henry

deepest sympathyHOPKINSVILLE, KY - Baby Floyd Re’Shaun Henry, was still born on November 24 at the Northcrest Medical Center in Springfield.

He is survived by his father LeMont Henry of Guthrie and mother Latoya Chatman of Springfield, Tennessee. As well as his paternal grandparents LaQuita (greg) Talley of Guthrie, Floyd (JoAnn) Henry of Guthrie, maternal grandparents Nancy Dowlen of Springfield and Bobby Chatman of Springfield; Two sisters Aniya Henry and Alysia Henry of the home.

Funeral service is scheduled to be held on Thursday afternoon at 1:00 at the Macedonia Baptist Church at Penchum, with interment to follow at the Macedonia Church Cemetery.

Funeral arrangements are handled at Cook-Webb Funeral Home.

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