A. Elmer Stiltner Obituary, Death – A. Elmer Tony Stiltner, who had lived in Meigs all of his life and had reached the age of 86 when he passed away on September 18, 2023, did so in the comfort of his own house. On Friday, September 22, at eleven in the morning, the Parker-Bramlett Funeral Home will be the location of the funeral services that will be held in honor of the deceased.
At a later time, the funeral and any subsequent ceremonies will take place in the Spring Branch Cemetery in Evanston, Kentucky. Mr. Stiltner was born on March 23, 1937 in the city of McArr, which is located in the state of Kentucky. His father, John Stiltner, had passed away, and his mother, Kelsie Coleman Brown, had also passed away before he was born. He was their son. It was also the case that both of his parents had passed away.
In the past, he had worked in law enforcement, and at the moment, he was operating independently as a farrier in the independent sector. Mr. Stiltner served in the United States Marine Corps for a significant portion of his life and eventually rose through the ranks to become a Sergeant Major before retiring from active duty. Dolores Nazworth Stiltner, his wife of Meigs, two daughters, Gieselle C. Goatcher (Lee) of Blair, Nebraska and Christal Pitts (Donnie), four sons, Thomas R. Stiltner (Theresa) of Cynthiana, Kentucky, Tony W. Stiltner (Dena) of Desota, Missouri, Glenn Potter (Kim), and Charles Potter; and a brother, Walter R. Stiltner all survive.
The Parker-Bramlett Funeral Home in Camilla will be open for visitation from 10:00 am to 11:00 am on Friday morning, prior to the funeral services that will be held there. The funeral services are scheduled to start at eleven in the morning. The Christian Appalachian Project, which can be found at 2528 Palumbo Drive, Lexington, Kentucky 40509, United States, is accepting memorial contributions; checks can be made payable to “Christian Appalachian Project.” Memorial donations to this organization can be given in lieu of sending flowers to the family.