VIRGIL DAY
                                                            
 It is with great sadness that I write the obituary of my loving husband.  Virgil Day was born October 3, 1920 in
Blackey, Kentucky in Letcher County.  Virgil departed this life on December 30, 2000 at Memorial Hospital in
Seymour, Indiana, making his stay on earth 80 years, 2 months and 26 days.

    Virgil married Josie Moore.  Out of their union were born four children; Bob Day of E-town, KY, James Day
of Wapakonetu, OH, Pauline Wright of Jacksonville, AL, and Harrold Day, deceased.

    Virgil worked as a mechanic in the coal mines and in the steel factory.  On December 12, 1987 he married
Bonnie Miller Day.  Virgil joined the church ad was a faithful member of the Chester Hogg church for as long as
he was able to go.

    Virgil was preceded in death by two brothers and a sister.  Surviving him is his brother, Astor Day of El
Paso, TX, and a sister, Mattie Cox of Stanford, KY.  He also left to mourn two step daughters; Donna Hickman
and Dana Imlay, four grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and ten step grandchildren, and many other
relatives and friends.

                            Written by his wife Bonnie Day

2 Timothy 4:7-8: “I have fought a good fight.  I have finished my course.  I have kept the faith.  Hence forth
there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness which the Lord and righteous Judge shall give me at that day
and not to me only but unto all them also that loves his appearing.”
Virgil Day