Just wanted to let everyone know about Lindsay Pennington, in case you knew her.
She use to be the AG teacher at Spalding High School and had to move back to Kentucky due to difficulties with Leukemia a few years back.

On Wed, Jan 22, 2014 at 7:43 AM, Crystal McLean <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
http://www.bernardfuneralhome.com/obits/obituary.php?id=443879

-- Lindsay Pennington-Akers, 31, of Glasgow, Ky (formerly of Russell Springs) died

Monday, January 20, 2014 at the UK Hospital in Lexington. She was born November

1, 1982 in Somerset, Ky. She was a teacher and a member of the Russell Springs

First Baptist Church.

She was preceded in death by her father, Lawrence Mitchell Pennington

Survivors

husband: Jacky T. Akers, Glasgow

mother & step father: Charles B. & Pam Smith, Russell Springs

sister: Kacie Pennington Hood (Troy), Scottsville, Ky

2 step sisters: 

step brother

sister-in-law: Michele & Robert Green, Hampton, Georgia
11 neices & nephews: 

Funeral service for Lindsay Pennington-Akers will be 11 AMThursday, January 23, 2014

at the Russell Springs First Baptist Church with Bro. Jeff Griffin, Bro. Jeff Kerr and

Bro. Josh Owens officiating. Friends may call after 5 PMWednesday

at the Church. Burial in the Smith Memorial Cemetery.

Pallbearers: Bill Doss, Kevin Doss, Jason Doss, Ryan Doss, Matthew Rexroat

                      Jimmy Pennington, Sam Pennington, Cliff Pennington

The family requests memorials to Gideons International or the Leukemia

Lynphoma Society. These can be made at the funeral home or the church.

Bernard Funeral Home in Russell Springs in charge of arrangements.

Crystal McLean
Principal's Secretary
Spalding High School
433 Wilson Rd
Griffin, GA   30224
770-229-3775
fax 770-227-6899



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Laura Ergle, Ed.D
Assistant Principal
Spalding High School
433 Wilson Road
Griffin,  GA  30224
770-229-3775  




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Chris Corzine
Central Region Agricultural Education Director
Georgia Department of Education
PO Box 4060
1005 State University Dr.
Ft. Valley, GA 31030
Office-478-822-7385
 
"Making Agricultural Education Work for All Georgians"