A casket was carried to one of three hearses after a service of remembrance Tuesday for five members of the Hibbard family at New Hope Fellowship Church in Nicholasville. Steven and Shaila Hibbard and their three children, James Tanner Phillips, 7, Alyssa Hibbard, 5, and Kylee Jo Hibbard, 3, were killed June 26 in a two-vehicle collision in Nicholasville. A woman in the other vehicle, Angelia Denise Poe, also was killed.
A casket was carried to one of three hearses after a service of remembrance Tuesday for five members of the Hibbard family at New Hope Fellowship Church in Nicholasville. Steven and Shaila Hibbard and their three children, James Tanner Phillips, 7, Alyssa Hibbard, 5, and Kylee Jo Hibbard, 3, were killed June 26 in a two-vehicle collision in Nicholasville. A woman in the other vehicle, Angelia Denise Poe, also was killed. Herald-Leader
A casket was carried to one of three hearses after a service of remembrance Tuesday for five members of the Hibbard family at New Hope Fellowship Church in Nicholasville. Steven and Shaila Hibbard and their three children, James Tanner Phillips, 7, Alyssa Hibbard, 5, and Kylee Jo Hibbard, 3, were killed June 26 in a two-vehicle collision in Nicholasville. A woman in the other vehicle, Angelia Denise Poe, also was killed. Herald-Leader

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