Born June 15, 1941, in Prenter, she was a daughter of the late Paul E. Sr. and Estelle “Heck” Mae McCormick Kinney. Also preceding her in death was one sister Kleta Kay Kinney Allen of Logan; her mother-in-law, Betty Jo Boytek and father-in-law, Johnny Boytek II, both of Blair, and two brothers-in-law, Roger D. Boytek of Madison and Earl Elliott of Danville.
Jennie was retired from the Logan County Community Fund where she worked for many years as the administrative assistant, and a lifelong volunteer with 50 plus years for the American Red Cross.
Survivors include her husband, Johnny “Jackie” Boytek III; three daughters, Pamela “Pam” Sue Boytek (Paul “Tuffy”) Fortune of Chapmanville, Jacquiline Kay Boytek of Blair and Mary “Goodin” Estelle Boytek (Bill) Egnor of Morrisville; one sister, Mary Etta Kinney Elliott of Danville; three brothers Paul “Pete” E. Kinney Jr. of Blair, Michael “Mike” E. Kinney of Madison and James “Davy” D. (Lynn) Kinney of Clothier; seven grandchildren, Wyndee Fortune, Charyn Fortune, Jennifer Fortune, Travis Fortune, Brandon Sloan, Kaylea Egnor and Kassidy Egnor; two great-grandchildren and many special nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers will be Thomas “Tommy” Elliott, Justin McAllister, Pete S. Kinney, Travis Fortune, Brandon Sloan, Pete Conley, James “Jay” D. Kinney II and Earl “Wes” Allen.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, August 1, at the James Funeral Home with Pastor Doris Walls officiating. Interment will follow at Highland Memory Gardens at Godby
Condolences may be left at www.jamesfh.com
James Funeral of Logan is in charge of the arrangements.