Sidney Kaye Ferguson, 61, born Nov. 19, 1959, in Princeton, went to be with her Lord March 31, 2021, at The Lakes of Paducah after a short illness with Pancreatic Cancer.

With the exception of independent living during the winter months, Sidney has lived in Princeton all of her life and was known and loved throughout her community. She was a huge UK basketball fan, preferring her Wildcat Blue colors. She was proud of the work that she did at the Caldwell Medical Center, her “job” each Monday.

Sidney loved traveling, church trips, boating, and adventures. She was always active and social with friends, family, and her church. Everyone who knew Sidney couldn’t help but love her.

Sidney enjoyed Facebook, and sharing her photos as well as staying in touch with friends and family. Sidney loved animals, and they loved her. Wherever Sidney traveled and visited, animals were drawn to her.

Sidney is preceded in death by her father, Tom Ferguson, and mother, Anne Irwin Ferguson.

Sidney is survived by her brother, Wayne Ferguson, Ellicott City, Maryland; her uncle, aunt, and guardians, Terry and Bettie Irwin, Port Charlotte, Florida; their daughters, Amy Alday, Orlando, Florida, and Emily Grimm, Hudson, Ohio; aunt, Joyce Rogers, Princeton; “favorite cousins” sisters, Mary and Nancy Phelps of Florida, numerous Kentucky relatives, neighbors, and church friends. Sidney is also survived by her beloved cat, “Sarah Elizabeth,” who has captured the hearts of Sidney’s newest family at The Lakes of Paducah and has found a loving home.

A very special and deep friendship with Brenda Cotton, who was Sidney’s caregiver, and more.

Memorial contributions may be made in Sidney’s honor to Millwood Cemetery; Attn: Kay Hammons, 1231 Highway 126, Princeton, KY 42445 or to Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, 1500 Rosecrans Ave., Suite 200, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 or https://www.pancan.org/, an organization dedicated to Pancreatic Cancer research and support.

A celebration of life service was held Sunday at Morgan’s Funeral Home with Dane Hodges officiating. Burial will follow in Millwood Cemetery.

During this difficult time, you may show your support by joining the “Hugs from Home” program where your message will be attached to a balloon in the chapel to remind the family of your love and support at www.morgansfuneral

home.com.

Morgan’s Funeral Home in Princeton is in charge of arrangements.