Kathy Sexton Obituary, Death – Kathy Sexton has unexpectedly ppassed away. She was born on January 27, in Scott County, Virginia, and her parents, George Monroe Darnell and Callie Mae (Edwards) Darnell, both passed away before she was born. She was their daughter. Both of her parents had already passed away before she was born. Not only did Kathy’s own parents pass away before her, but also two of her brothers, Larry Lee Darnell and Charles Fred Darnell; a sister, Georgie Mae (Darnell) Ervin; and a father-in-law, Worley (Pops) Sexton. Kathy was also preceded in death by her husband, Worley Sexton. Kathy was preceded in death by her brothers in addition to her parents when she passed away.
Kathy is survived by her husband of 38 years, Eugene Sexton, Sr.; her son, Eugene Sexton, Jr. and his wife, Misty; her grandchildren, Renee, Ayden, Allie, and Mollie Sexton; her sisters Shirley Lawson, Virginia Grizzle, and Carolyn Frazier (Eddie); her brothers James Darnell (Pat), Earl Darnell (Charlene), and Hubert Darnell (Billie); as well as a large number of niece. Kathy was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, mother-in-law, sister, aunt, and friend to many people. She was also a mother-in-law to her son and daughter-in-law. In addition to this, she was a wonderful mother-in-law. She held her grandchildren in extremely high esteem and found great fulfillment in the role of nanny, which allowed her to take care of her grandchildren.
She did such an outstanding job of reassuring everyone in the family that they were loved that she earned the nicknames “Nanny and Aunt KK.” During her time with the Sisters in Christ Worship Team, she became known as “the glue that held them together,” which led to the creation of the nickname “the glue that held them together.” Kathy has spent a significant amount of time in her role as first lady of the Faith Bible Tabernacle Church, which is the congregation that her husband serves as pastor. She had a sweet and unassuming nature that won the favor and affection of a sizable number of individuals.
It was obvious from the smiles on people’s faces that Kathy had always been successful in leaving a long-lasting impression on the people whose lives she had touched. She worked as a seamstress for Partner Industrial, and she valued the friendships and relationships she developed with her co-workers and several of the friends she made there the most. Debbie Fleming, James Perry, Michelle Phillips, and Jack Tate are just a few of the names that come to mind while thinking of these individuals. The news of her departure will bring sorrow to everyone.