Scotty Cline

Scotty Ireland Cline

Monday October 25, 1943 - Thursday August 13, 2020
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Scotty Ireland Cline, husband of Penny Lukins Cline, departed this life with his family by his side, on Thursday, August 13, 2020, at his home, having attained the age of 76 years. He was born in Gilbert Creek, West Virginia, on October 25, 1943, the son of the late Ezra and Margaret Cline, was a graduate of Pikeville College with a degree in Medical Technology and was a veteran, having retired as a Lt. Col. In the United States Army Reserves. He worked as a sales manager for Fisher Scientific, was a member of the Paris First United Methodist Church and Methodist Men, was a musician, putting himself through college playing drums. He was proud of and often spoke of his father Ezra who played the upright bass and was a founding member of the Lonesome Pine Fiddlers as well as being inducted into the Bluegrass Hall of Fame.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a daughter, Lori Davis; a grandson, Cory Cline; and a sister, Pat Osborne.

Besides his wife Penny, Scotty is survived by three sons, Ricky (Mandy) Cline, Troy (Jennifer) Cline, and Devan Debarr; seven grandchildren, Briley Cline, Bailey Cline, Alyssa Cline, Chase Fair (Shelbie) Sierra (Blake) Davis, Brie (Matthew) Honican, and Daniel Debarr.

The funeral service for Scotty Ireland Cline will be at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, August 18, 2020, at Paris First United Methodist Church, with Rev. Jerri Williams officiating. Interment will follow in Paris cemetery with casket bearers being Ricky Cline, Troy Cline, Devan Debarr, Chase Fair, Matthew Honican, Frankie Tolle, Ralph Hensley, Tom Brannock, and Kenny Pickett. Visitation will be on Monday, August 17, 2020 at Hinton-Turner Funeral Home from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial donations be to Paris First United Methodist Church, 617 Pleasant Street, Paris, Kentucky, 40361.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Monday August 17, 2020 | 5:00pm - 8:00pm
    Monday August 17, 2020 5:00pm - 8:00pm
    Hinton-Turner Funeral Home
    526 Pleasant Street
    PARIS, KY 40361
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  • Service

    Tuesday August 18, 2020 | 11:00am
    Tuesday August 18, 2020 11:00am
    Paris First United Methodist Church
    617 Pleasant Street
    PARIS, KY 40361
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    Rev. Jerri Williams
  • Interment

    Paris Cemetery
    1603 South Main Street
    PARIS, KY 40361
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  • United States Army Reserves


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Eloise Newsom Setser

Posted at 04:56pm
Ray and I send our condolences to Scotty's family. He was a classmate of ours at Pikeville High School and we remember him fondly. We appreciate his service to our country. We remember him playing the drums in the high school band and in a combo. He was very talented. Eloise Newsom Setser

Gail Reeves

Posted at 01:56pm
For my dear dear friend Scotty. This tree will bloom forever in your memory. Your loving friend from Fisher Scientific .
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Posted at 10:15am
My sympathy goes out to Scottiys family. I am pat, Curley Ray Clines daughter and I can remember Scotty when Ezra and Margaret had the pool and resturant at Pikeville. me and my brother Timmy and my sister Rhonda spent a lot of time there with Uncle Ezra and Aunt Margaret. daddy and the lonesome pine fiddlers would practice playing in the resturant. Timmy my brother saw Scotty when they inducted the Lonesome Pine Fiddlers in the Bluegrass Hall of Fame in Nashville. He will be with all the old time Bluegrass pickers now. RIP Scotty

Elliott Hutchcraft

Posted at 05:52pm
Penny, Ricky, Troy and family,

Scotty meant so much to so many of us Bourbon Acres kids. While our crew of "parents" was just such a great group, for me, specifically, Scotty was an inspiration and had more impact than anyone else. Technology and computing was always a go to with Scotty and since neither of my parents were really into that, it was so great to just go up the street, head downstairs to the computer room, and just play, play, play until I was content. And he loved it! He was always willing to help any of us with learning technology and he loved to talk about it. As a pretty shy kid, there was no one better to make you just feel at home. First with the Amiga and all sorts of computers, satellite gear, videocipher, etc; he encouraged all of us to learn it, use it, and master it. Probably no single person outside of my parents and immediate family has influenced me more than Scotty. My career choice probably would have never occurred without him. Y'all gave me my first big job, and with it, again, it transformed me in ways I didn't expect. I was a gamer before it was big and I remember Scotty cutting a deal with me to let me rent out my Turbografx 16 games at the store. Again, helping me learn. This time business and entrepreneurship. His business savvy/salesmanship shone through, besides just probably wanting to help me out. Remembering Scotty makes me reminisce about all of those stories from Video Productions. There was never a better job growing up for so many of us to have. Those stories live forever as I tell each group of students I have every year about that time period. I think a goal of everyone's life should be to make an important impact on people. And I just wanted y'all to know that he really had a huge impact on my life.

The world has lost a great one, but heaven has gained a star, the John Belushi of Bourbon Acres.


Karen Plouvier Hinkle

Posted at 11:18am
My sincere sympathies to Penny and all the family. When we still lived in Paris, I also was a member of the Paris United Methodist congregation and enjoyed our Sunday greetings as we usually sat one behind the other. And later, we were connected through marriage of Harry's cousin's daughter to Ricky. Haven't seen all for a while but sending prayers and long distant hugs to all.

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