William Claude (W.C.) Kitchen

Kitchen

SALEM -- William Claude (W.C.) Kitchen, 96, of Salem, passed away Sunday, November 17, 2019, at Livingston Hospital and Healthcare Services.

Mr. Kitchen was a life-long farmer, and member of Pinckneyville Baptist Church. He enjoyed playing high nine, shooting pool, and pitching washers.

He is survived by one daughter, Pat Workman (Don) of Salem; two sons, Tony Kitchen (Sandy) of Portage, Indiana, Sam Kitchen (Sheri) of Hobart, Indiana; three sisters, Dorothy Owen of Salem, Joann Slayden of Hobart, Indiana, Lavada Manion of Louisville; one brother, Jack Kitchen of Salem; four grandchildren, Craig Kitchen, Denny Workman, Alicia Kitchen, Shane Kitchen; six great grandchildren, Caleb, Noah, Job, Skyler, Chloe and Drew; and one great-great grandchild, Charlotte.

Mr. Kitchen was preceded in death by his wife, Fannie Erleen Kitchen; two brothers, Dewey and Eugene Kitchen; and his parents, Eugene Claude and Pearl McClure Kitchen.

Funeral services will be Friday, November 22, 2019, at 2 p.m., in the chapel of Boyd funeral Directors and Cremation Services with Revs. Joel Frizzell and Gerald Cannon to officiate.

Burial will follow in Pinckneyville Cemetery.

Friends may call from 11 a.m. until the funeral hour in the chapel of Boyd Funeral Directors and Cremation Services.

In addition to flowers, memorial contributions may also be made to: Pinckneyville Baptist Church, 1009 Pinckneyville Road, Salem, KY 42078. Condolences may also be left online at boydfuneraldirectors.com.

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