Delbert L. Apple

October 17, 2020

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APPLE, Delbert L. Beloved husband of Lucy Apple and the late Berniece Apple. Loving father of Vickie (Ken) Fightmaster. Cherished grandfather of Ryan Fightmaster and Erin (Todd) Prewitt. Great-grandfather of Lennon and Larsen. Dear brother of the late Dallas Apple, Charlene (Vernon) Lawhorn Duel (Shirley) Apple. Passed away October 17, 2020 at the age of 92. Private family services will be held. In lieu of flowers Memorial Donations may be made to charity of donor’s choice. Condolences to hodappfuneralhome.com

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Dervin Spears - Oct 28, 2020
I love this man he was my best friend like my dad see you again someday good buddy
Mark and Debbie Moser - Oct 21, 2020
Our condolences to Vickie, Ken and the grand children. I've known your dad since 1984 when I met him at GE. He was a great mentor and a good friend. I had a lot of fond memories of him.
Dave and Karen - Oct 21, 2020
We have known Delbert for a very long time. Our condolences to Lucy and all of his family. Delbert was such a very caring and giving friend, truly a credit to the human race. We have great memories of our motorcycle adventures with him on his farm in Indiana. Delbert, you are loved and will be missed.
Toni Hessling - Oct 21, 2020
I knew Delbert and Berniece when they lived on Abbie Place. Sincere sympathy to Vickie and all of Delberts family and friends.
Mike and Pat wieser - Oct 21, 2020
Have known Delbert for long time. Met him riding motorcycle.became close friends .he was great fellow funny honest and very caring. Rode bike with him every weekend on his Indiana farm. Trusted him completely .if he gave his word on something, you could count on it. Best friend I ever had . Loved him. .
Sandra M Keeney - Oct 21, 2020
My father. Lee McAninch, and Delbert were first cousins. All those cousins were very close. Of 29 of them. 8 survive and all but 1 are now over the age of 80. Raised with great Christian values including honesty, generosity, and love for each other. When so many of them left Ky to find work after WWII, they found great community (and comfort from homesickness) with family in Cincy, taking each other into their homes until they were able to get a start. Hard life. But beautiful. Delbert was a sweet. sweet man.