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A private memorial service will be held at a later date.
Nona Marie Slagley, age 76, of Xenia, Illinois, passed away Thursday night, June 25, 2020, at her home.
She was born January 31, 1944, in Geff, Illinois, the daughter of Homer and Leola (Lee) Winchester. She was united in marriage to William “Bill” Slagley in May of 1962, and together they shared 14 years of marriage until his death May 17,1977.
Nona loved everyone and always had a kind word to say. She had many people that loved her like a mother and her door was always open to anyone who needed her or a little kid that needed a hug.
She is survived by a son: Alan (Lana) Slagley of Louisville; a daughter: Cathy Cooper Ferguson of Xenia; 2 bonus children: Joshua Ferguson and Steven Carlyle; a sister: JoAnn (J.D.) Patridge of Cynthiana, KY; and a sister-in-law: Marion Bonn of Xenia.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband: Bill Slagley; a brother: Carrol Lee Sr.; companion of 23 years: Bill Cooper; and several aunts and uncles.
A private memorial service will be held at a later date. Frank & Bright Funeral Home in Flora assisted the family with arrangements. Memorial donations are suggested to Clay County Cancer Crusaders and will be accepted through the funeral home. To share a memory or condolence visit: www.frankandbright.com
So Very Sorry Loved her just like my own Mom Very Much I'm here if you need anything
So sorry for your loss. She was a sweet lady. Always friendly. Enjoyed seeing her at church. May God comfort you in this sad and difficult time.
You will be miss by many i love youwith all my heart ❤ its not gonna be the same without you .you were the sweetest person I know ripuntill we meet again
What a kind soul. Nona is one of the nicest people that I have ever known. Being first cousins, I have known Nona since she was a youngster. We spent a lot of time together, from babies to adulthood, (73 years), and I will treasure each moment of the time we spent. Love you forever.
Sorry to hear of Nona's passing. We went to Flora High School together and shared many classes together. Always enjoyed visiting with her when I worked at IGA and ahe came through my lane. Prayers of comfort for all the family.
Shirley and family, Our sympathy to you and your family. Sisterly love is a very special feeling. May you gain comfort from the memories of your Sister during this difficult time.
Nona and I were old friends going back to Xenia Grade School. I'm so sorry to hear of her passing==but I know the past few years were not good for her. Love and prayers to her family.
Thoughts and prayers!
So sorry for your loss. Nona was a good friend. She will be greatly missed.
Cathy, so sorry for you at this time of grief but how fortunate you are to have had such a loving mother.