By The Bath County News-Outlook staff

The Bath County News-Outlook of Owingsville, Kentucky

Tracey Lynn Pend-leton Highley, 39, of Salt Lick, died Tuesday morning, December 25, 2012 at the UK Medical Center. She was born May 16, 1973 to Dirk Pendleton and the late Anita Mullins Pendleton.

Tracey, a Montgomery County native, moved to Salt Lick a year ago. She was a 1991 graduate of Montgomery County High School, a 1995 graduate of Morehead State University, and a member of the Gateway Christian Church. Tracey loved UK basketball, Dallas Cowboys football, she adored her dogs, but most of all she loved spending time with her boys, Tyler and Brett.

Survivors include; her husband, John Highley, of Salt Lick; two sons, Tyler Foley and Brett Foley, both of Winchester; her father, Dirk Pendleton (Bren-da) of Mt. Sterling; two uncles, Lonnie Pendleton of Winchester and Jeff Pendleton '(Tina) of Mt. Sterling; two aunts, Terri Jones (Rodney) of Mt. Sterling and Gloria Parrish (Dave) of Georgetown; her paternal grandmother, Etta Lois Pendleton.

In addition to her mother, Anita Mullins Pendleton, she was preceded in death by her paternal grandfather, Harold Pendleton, and her maternal grandparents, Jimmy and Betty Mullins.

Graveside services were held Friday, December 28, at Mach-pelah Cemetery, with Pastor Glenn Emery will be officiating.

Coffman-Adams Funeral Home and Crematorium was in charge of arrangements.

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