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Angela Gay Gillespie Webb, 39, of Versailles, died Wednesday, April 26, 2017. A native of Versailles, she was born Oct. 10, 1977, the daughter of the late John and Brenda Cochran Gillespie. Survivors include two sons, Branson and Luke Webb, Winchester; two brothers, John (Allison) Gillespie, Springfield, and Larry (Savanha) Berger II, Midway; a niece, Rylee Berger, Midway; five nephews, Logan, Mason, Jonathan Gillespie, and Clayton Berger, all of Versailles, Cameron Berger, Nicholasville, and Brayden Evans, Midway; and an aunt, Donna (Rob) Caney, Frankfort. Graveside services were conducted Tuesday, May 2, at Rose Crest Cemetery by Wince Lee. Casket bearers were Kelly Simmons, Stefanie Crosby, Rebecca Blevins, Michele Rankin, Amy Richards, Marlena Stevens and Joy Farmer. Honorary bearers were Larry Berger II, John Gillespie, Rylee Berger, Logan, Mason and Jonathan Gillespie, Clayton and Cameron Berger, Brayden Evans, Donna Caney and Wince E. Lee. Clark Funeral Home, Rose Hill, was in charge of arrangements.

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