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Dr. Donna L. Dutton, DVM, 62, of Lawrenceburg, a small animal veterinarian, wife of Clayton Weber, died Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2016, at the Ephraim McDowell Medical Center in Danville. Born in Lexington, she was the first of six children of Wanda Padgett Dutton of Versailles and the late Donald S. Dutton. A 1972 graduate of Woodford County High School, she knew from childhood that she wanted to be a veterinarian. She fulfilled her dream and goals, graduating from the University of Kentucky and earning her doctorate from the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Dutton maintained a small animal practice in Anderson County for many years. In addition to her husband of 41 years and her mother, she is survived by three children, Leigh Elizabeth Weber of Lexington, Joseph D. Weber of Salvisa, and Carrie Phillips of Bedford; a grandson, Joseph Carson Weber; two sisters, Teresa Darlene (Todd) Edmondson of Lawrenceburg and Jennifer Lynn (David) Trimble of Versailles; three brothers, Ronald Bradley Dutton of Lexington, Mark Douglas (Cathy) Dutton of Louisville, and Todd Shelby Dutton of Versailles. Services were conducted Tuesday, Dec. 27, at Blackburn & Ward Funeral Home. Burial was held Wednesday, Dec. 28, at the Old Union Christian Church Cemetery in Bourbon County. Contributions in memory of Dr. Donna L. Dutton are encouraged to the Anderson Humane Society, P. O. Box 494, Lawrenceburg, KY 40342. (Paid obituary)

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