Cliff Kerr Obituary, Death – It is very sadnenning that we are sharing such news about the passing away of cliff kerr. Cliff was a long-standing member of the Sale Bowls Club and a former president of the organization. He was a very valuable contributor to the club and served in several capacities there. We shall miss having him around.
On July 16, 1940, Cliff was brought into the world by his parents, Luther C. Kerr and Edna R. (Powers) Kerr, who resided in Williamsburg, Kentucky. He wed Joan Lewis on September 4th, 1958 in Hamilton, and the ceremony took place there. Cliff’s Barber Shop has been in operation for over 56 years when he finally decided to retire in 2014.
In addition, Cliff was a member of the Eastern Star, where he served as chaplain for a period of five years. In addition to being the owner and operator of R and K Bail Bond Service for over three decades, he held the titles of Kentucky Colonel, Notary Public, and Member of Benjamin Franklin Lodge #719. In 2001, he was named Mason of the Year. He served as a Butler County Special Deputy for a period of thirty years while also being a member of the Laurel Avenue Church of Christ.
Cliff is survived by his devoted wife, Joan Kerr; his children, Cliff Kerr (Paula), Debbie Botts (Chet), and Tammy Patrick; six grandchildren, Benny Kerr, Wes Kerr, Haley Kerr, Erica Taylor, Brandy Deltufo, and Kelly Mancera; five great grandchildren; three great great grandchildren; one brother, Charles Kerr (Jill); and three sisters, Flona Tewmey, Louella Taylor, and Judy Ward. Cliff’s parents, Luther C. Kerr and Edna R. Kerr, as well as his sister Donna Kelly, passed away before him.