Chase Allen Duvall
(March 27, 1973 - April 13, 2016)
Chase Allen Duvall, age 43, of Jonesville passed away, Wednesday, April 13, 2016 at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Owenton.
Born March 27, 1973, in Frankfort, KY, Chase was a longtime employee at Owen Electric where he was a System Operations Supervisor. He was a devoted volunteer fireman (1201-9101), joining the Jonesville Fire Department in 1994 and serving as chief since 2000. He also served his community as a member of the Owenton Fire Department and the Owen County Search and Rescue.
Surviving are his wife, whom he married on July 20, 1996, Sheena Taylor Duvall; his children, Cameron and Micah Duvall; his parents Donald and Becky Lewis Duvall; his in laws, Kenny Taylor and Sheree Reich; his brother, Devin (Casey) Duvall; his sister Lindsey (Shane) Tirey. Chase is also survived by his nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles as well as his brotherhood of firemen. Chase was preceded in death by a baby brother, Brent David Duvall.
McDonald & New Funeral Homes are in charge of arrangements. Family will receive friends at the Owen County High School on Saturday, April 16, 2016 from 4-8pm. Funeral services will be held at the school on Sunday at 2pm with Bro. Gene Hill and Bro. Johnny Thomas presiding. Burial will be in the Jonesville Cemetery. The family requests in lieu of flowers, donations be made to one of the following:
Owen County Friends of Animals PO Box 234 Owenton KY 40359
Grant County Animal Shelter 218 Barnes Road Williamstown KY 41097
Lucky Tales Rescue PO Box 6694 Florence KY 41022
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Owen County, is located in the center of a triangle drawn between Cincinnati Ohio, Lexington, and Louisville Kentucky.
Owen County, the sixty-third county in order of formation, is located in north-central Kentucky. The county is bordered by Carroll, Franklin, Gallatin, Grant, and Henry counties. Owen County was formed from sections of Franklin, Gallatin, and Scott counties on February 6, 1819, and was named in honor of Col. Abraham Owen, Indian fighter and Kentucky legislator, who was killed at the Battle of Tippecanoe.
The county seat is OWENTON.
The County consist of 352 square miles and has a population of around 11,000.
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