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RONNIE NOBLE LEDBETTER
(November 8, 1945 - June 2, 2010)



RONNIE NOBLE LEDBETTER
Ronnie Noble Ledbetter, age 64 years, of Parkers Lake, Kentucky died June 2, 2010 in Somerset, Kentucky at the Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital. Funeral services were held Saturday June 5, 2010 at 1pm in the McCreary County Funeral Home with the Rev. Michael Casada and Rev. Lee Strunk officiating. Burial was in the Osborne Creek Cemetery. The family will receive friends after 6pm Friday June 4, 2010 at the funeral home.

He was born in Blue Heron, Kentucky on November 8, 1945 the son of the late Cecil and Edna Dolen Ledbetter. He was a heavy equipment operator and a member of the Beech Grove United Baptist Church.

His parents, brothers Jerry Ledbetter and Wilborn Ledbetter, and sister Jeweline King precede him in death.

Survivors include his wife Roberta Meadows Ledbetter, son Joey Ledbetter, daughters Rhonda Jones and husband Ruben all of Parkers Lake, Kentucky, Paula Stanley of Oneida, Tennessee, Lori Ann Wright and husband Coy of Winfield, Tennessee, step children Regina Knight and husband Rick of Chatsworth, Georgia, Cheri Spardlin and husband Dewayne, Donna Stevens and husband Calvin, and Michael Spradlin and wife Debra all of Strunk, Kentucky, brothers Lowell Ledbetter and Dean Ledbetter both of Whitley City, Kentucky, Cecil Ledbetter, Jr. of Parkers Lake, Kenucky, and Dorman Ledbetter of Modock, Indiana, sisters Irene Hill of Muncie, Indiana and Charlene Garland of Pine Knot, Kentucky. Eleven grandchildren, twelve step grandchildren, one great grandchild, and nine step great grandchildren also survive.

McCreary County Funeral Home entrusted with the arrangements.

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