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BREMEN - Eyvone Rager, 78, Bremen passed away peacefully Saturday, March 28, 2015 at Baptist Health in Madisonville, KY after a brief illness.
She was preceded in death by her husband Junior Rager,; children Kathy Rager, Kay Anderson, and Jerry Rager; great-grandson Traycin Anderson.
Eyvone enjoyed spending time with family and friends, spending time outdoors, tending to her flowers and watching the hummingbirds. In her younger days she enjoyed horseback riding with her family and friends.

She is survived by her children Linda Edds (Mark) of Bremen, Tonya (Mark) Rager Bullock of Bremen, and Terry Rager of Bremen; grandchildren Christy Bryan (Steve) of Hanson, Melonie Jordan) Anderson Baize of Madisonville, Malorie Edds of Bremen, Takaylia Bullock of Bremen, Troy (Nikki) Anderson of Bremen, Dillon Rager of Bowling Green and Terrian Bullock of Bremen; great-grandchildren Kimber Edds, Leah Bryan Cameron Bryan, Cole Anderson and Tyler Bryan.

Funeral services will be Tuesday March 31, 2015 at 12 noon at Tucker Funeral Home in Central City with Bro. J.W. Haire officiating and Bro. Danny Green assisting. Burial will be in Cherry Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be Monday March 30, 2015 after 5:00 PM at the funeral home.

The family would like to extend a wholehearted thank you to Eyvone's caregiver, Tammy Basham, who loved and cared for her as if she were her own.