Amelia HollidayStaff Reporter
January 10, 2013
Faye Roulette, formerly of Hazard, passed away Monday, Dec. 31 at the Terrace Nursing and Rehab facility in Berea.
She is survived by her son, Strother C. (Koky) Randolph of Richmond; daughters Augulyn Combs of Richmond, and Jama Randolph Bowling of Lexington; granddaughter Kimberlee Burns of Richmond; grandsons Robert Paul Burns of Georgia, George Roy (Marie) Carnett of Toccoa, Ga., Jack Victor (Kathy) Cornett of Tipton, Ga., James Colburn Cornett of Lavonia, Ga. and Sam (Valen) Randolph of Berea.
She also leaves behind a lifelong friend, Pat Noble of Bulan; great-grandchildren Britney Nicole Combs and Tabatha Burns of Richmond, Marie Cornett, Bryson Cornett and Brady Cornett of Toccoa, and Dylan Randolph and Zack Randolph of Berea.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Mattie Phillips; brothers, August Collins and Larry Roulette; sister Hester Lambert of London; daughter Priscilla Cornett of Lavonia; andsons-in-laws Robert Bowling of Lexington and Randall Combs of Richmond.
She was a long-time waitress at the VFW in Hazard, and a long term member of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary in Hazard. She loved spending time with her family and spent many hours enjoying her love of fishing as well as watching her beloved UK basketball Wildcats.
Arrangements were handled by Clark Legacy Center of Nicholasville, Ky.