Justin  Naylor
Justin Robert Naylor, 30 , of Connersville passed away Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016. He was born Aug. 24, 1986 in Oxford, Ohio, one of three sons of Gary L. and Jamie E. Connaway Naylor and was a 2005 graduate of Connersville High School. He was employed as a floor installer. Justin enjoyed riding horses, fishing, going 4-wheeling and spending time with family and friends, especially his daughter, Bella. Survivors include his daughter, Izabella Naylor, of Connersville; his parents, Gary and Jamie Naylor, of Connersville; two brothers, Jason Lee Naylor, of Glenwood and Tommy Naylor, of Connersville; paternal grandparents, Tom and Judy Naylor, of Glenwood; maternal grandparents, Sherry Christensen, of Hamilton, OH, Joed and Judy Connaway, of Connersville and Richard and Hilda Ogan, of Pensacola, FL; two nephews, Cody Naylor and Ryan Naylor, both of Connersville; six aunts and uncles, Trena (Bob) Bertsch, of Connersville, Joel Connaway, of Connersville, Dana Baldwin, of Connersville, Leslie (Larry) Garrett, of Glenwood, IN, Tammy (Eric) Grubbs, Nashville, TN and Rich (Karen) Ogan, of Indianapolis. He is preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, Ken Christensen; great- paternal grandparents, Marion and Avis Naylor and Chet and Helen Jarman; maternal great-grandparents, Frank and Wilma Caldwell. Funeral Services will be held at 10 a.m., Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2016 at the Milton Community Bible Church with Pastor James Matson officiating. Burial will be in Orange North Cemetery. Miller, Moster, Robbins Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements and friends may also visit anytime at millermosterrobbins.com. Memorial contributions may be made in care of the Fayette County Foundation for the establishment of the Justin Naylor Addiction Recovery Foundation Program.
Published on October 10, 2016


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