R. Hayden Phillippe, 85, of Stanford, died Saturday, Sept. 6 at his home.
A native of Casey County, he was born April 27, 1923 to the late William Franklin and Clattie Alice Owens Phillippe. He was a farmer, employee of the Lincoln County Road Department, a World War II Army veteran, member and deacon of Fairview Baptist Church, and member of American Legion Caswell Saufley Post #18, Post #18 Military Honor Guard, and the Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief.
He was also preceded in death by four brothers, Hobert, Ted, J. T., and Joe Phillippe and two sisters, Lucille and Pearl Phillippe.
Survivors include his wife, Winnie Ratliff Phillippe of Stanford; five daughters, Rebecca (Troy) Hansel of Somerset, Rosemary (Bobby) Maples and Kathy (Curtis) Brock both of Stanford, Suanne (Eddy) Hopkins of Crab Orchard, and Bonnie (Paul) Purcell of Richmond; one son, Michael (Karen) Phillippe of Hustonville; four brothers, Paul (Velma) Phillippe of Stanford, Mack (Freda) Phillippe of Kings Mountain, Earl (Mae) Phillippe of Milan, Ind., and Murrell (Reba) Phillippe of Waynesburg; one sister, Opal (Clyde) Ellison of Milan, Ind.; six grandchildren, Cris Woodard, Kevin Maples, Rob Woodard, Adam Hopkins, Kristi Crawford, and Julie Puchalski; and nine great grandchildren.