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Margaret Brown Collins Altom - Obituary



Margaret Brown Collins Altom, 74, of Clark County, wife of David Wayne Altom since April 20, 1962, passed away Monday, July 28, 2014 at her home.
 
A native of Clark County, she was born Jan. 11, 1940, to the late William Joseph “Joe” Collins and Mary Alice McCord Collins Epperson. She was raised by her loving grandparents, Charles “C.B.” Bronston and Margaret Frances Brown McCord.
 

She was a member of the First Baptist Church, co-owner with her husband of Way Mar Tack Shop for 41 years and a member of the Kentucky Walking Horse Association and Kentucky Walking Horse Ladies Auxiliary.

Margaret also enjoyed crocheting and knitting.

In addition to her husband, she is survived by a son, Daniel Wayne “Dan” Altom (Tracy Caldwell) of Covington; a daughter, Margaret Frances Altom Welch (Mickey) of Winchester; a step-son, David Warren Altom (Sandra), of Frankfort; and one grandchild, Sean Altom (Stephanie) of Lawrenceburg; sisters, Lucille Epperson Rainey (Bobby) of Winchester, JoAnne Collins Lorensen (Len), of Black Mountain, N.C., Lisa Collins Jones (Curtis) of Fayette, Ky., and a brother, Tom Collins of Paris, Ky.

Funeral services were Thursday, July 31 at the Rolan G. Taylor Funeral Home, with Rev. Jeff Wood presiding.

Burial will be in Winchester Cemetery.

Contributions may be made to Hospice East, 407 Shoppers Dr., Winchester, KY 40391.

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