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Andrew Scott Bruner, 24

Andrew Scott Bruner, 24, of Crab Orchard, passed away Friday, November 11, 2016. 
Born May 25, 1992, in Stanford, Ky., Andrew was the son of Sonda S. Hinds Locklear and the late David Scott Bruner.
Survivors include his wife, Melissa A. (Durham) Bruner, whom he married on October 30, 2011; three sons, Robert David Cash Bruner, Joshua Noland Rowe and Brian Keith Walden, Jr.; mother, Sonda Locklear and husband Perry; paternal grandmother, Joyce Faye Martin; maternal grandmother, Helen Withrow; five brothers, Rodney, Travis Wayne and Ricky Lee Fowler, Jr., and Mickey and Kelvin Taylor; two sisters, Christina Lear and Amanda Farthing; five aunts, Helen Holcomb, Ronda Hinds, Lisa Spradlin, Sharon Cruse and Kim Estes; and an uncle, Shane Simpson.
In addition to his father, Andrew was preceded in death by a brother, Cash Carpenter; a sister, Candi Carpenter; maternal grandfather, Albert “E.J.” Hinds; paternal grandfather, David Bruce Bruner; great grandmother, Della Mae Whitaker; mother-in-law, Patricia Simpson; and father-in-law, Wayland Ballard.
Funeral services were Wednesday, November 16 at McKnight Funeral Home in Crab Orchard with Bro. Dan Gutenson officiating. Burial was in the Crab Orchard Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were Ricky Lee Hinds and Andrew’s five brothers, Rodney, Ricky, Travis, Mickey and Kelvin. Honorary pallbearer was Oliver Lance Holcomb.

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