Grady Wayne Kelton age 63 of the Glenwood Community passed away unexpectedly at his home Wednesday August 10, 2022. Wayne "Spanky" Kelton worked for the Greene County Sheriff Department for 30 + years and enjoyed working for Pat Hankins. Wayne was a member of the Orebank Vol. Fire Dept. for 11 yrs. and a constable for Greene County for 14yrs. Wayne also worked for Parks and Rec Center as a umpire and he was inducted into the Hall of Fame after 40 yrs of umpiring. Wayne enjoyed golfing and the many golf trips with his friends as long as his health permitted. \n\nHe is survived by his wife of 13 yrs Pat King Kelton, son Phillip Shipley and girlfriend Ellen Shelton, grandson Cody Shipley, brother and sister-in-law Larry and Debbie Kelton, sister-in-law Gloria Hawthorne, brother-in-law Willis King, niece Abby Kelton, nephew Patrick Kelton, 2 great nephews Zayden and Jace Kelton, several cousins, special uncles Lewis Stroud and Billy Kelton.\n\nHe was preceded in death by his parents James and Nancy Kelton, mother-in-law Lillie King. \n\nThe family will receive friends from 2-4 and 6-8 pm Sunday at Jeffers Funeral and Cremation Service Downtown Chapel. The funeral service will be held Monday at 2pm in the funeral home chapel. Pat Hankins, Eddie Daughtery, and Terry Cannon will officiate. The graveside service will follow in Cow Mountain Cemetery.\n\nPallbearers will be Phillip Shipley, Cody Shipley, Patrick Kelton, Billy Gard, Nathan Graziano, and Daniel Sauceman. Honorary pallbearers will be the past and present umpires with the Parks and Rec Center and his golfing buddies.