Scottie Kilborn Obituary, Death – London resident and former Clayhole resident Scottie Lee Kilborn, 45, passed away in Lexington on August 23. His parents, Harlin and Doshia (Spencer) Kilborn, gave birth to him in Hazard, Ohio, on February 2, 1978. Even as a young child, he joined his family in their ministry work. He was a preacher and evangelist for the Christian faith.
And as a pastor, he brought many people to Christ. Bringing others to Christ was his sole purpose in life. He was always supportive of up-and-coming ministers and did what he could to assist them get their names out there. He had an uncanny knack for making you feel like a star no matter what you were doing. He was also well-known as a musician, having contributed his talents to several records and live performances. He relished time spent fishing, boating, and cruising on his motorcycle.
He lost his grandfather, Elbert Spencer, uncles, Ralph Spencer and James Marcus Spencer, and paternal grandparents, Clyde and Ruth Kilborn. Surviving him are his wife, Jamie Lee (McCubbins) Kilborn; his children, Jada Grace Kilborn and Judah Lee Kilborn; his stepchildren, Zac Blevins, Macey Christie, and Alexis Christie; his stepgrandchildren, Kylee Blevins, Alex Taylor, Braxton Long, Callie Long, and Kirk Wagner; his sister, Kimberly Bray (Rus); his nephew, Tytus Bray; his niece, Maria Bray The County Line Community Church is located at 12639 KY HWY 15 North, Hazard, and will be hosting a visitation on Saturday, August 26 from 1 to 4 pm. Final disposition will take place at the Kilborn Cemetery in Clayhole. Jerry Lewis, Steven Napier, Todd Amburgy, Troy Kemp, Travis Ritchie, Joe Isaacs, Zac Blevins, and Rus Bray will serve as pallbearers.