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MARY ADAMS Mary Cleland Adams, of Westminister Terrace, Buechel Bank Road, Louisville, of Beaumont Avenue, Harrodsburg, December at her residence. Born Feb in Harrodsburg, daughter late John Cleland and Ella Sweeney Adams. graduate of Centre College and a former civil service clerk, employed by the United States Government. member and elder of Harrodsburg United Presbyterian Church. Survivors include: several cousins, including Margaret Chatham Lynn of Harrodsburg, and Charles L. Waters of Louisville. December at Ransdell Funeral Chapel, Dr. Joe Tarry officiating. was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Harold Davis, Howard Howells, Tom Moore, Henry Grall, Andrew Alexander and David Weber. In lieu of flowers, the family requests be sent to one’s favorite charity. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel. com REBECCA CONNOR Rebecca Noble Connor, of Painted Post, NY, of Harrodsburg, December Fairport Baptist Home. Born June daughter late Orman L. and L. Jane (Ford) Noble. widow of Raymond Martin Connor Jr. homemaker and enjoyed cooking, sewing, reading, and playing bridge. member Painted Post United Methodist Church. Survivors include: one daughter, Jane C. (Jeffrey) McCollum of Pittsford, NY; one son, John L. (Bette-Jane) Connor of Tallahassee, FL; and four grandchildren. a brother, Ford L. Noble. December Acly-Stover Funeral Home, Corning, NY, Rev. James Hegley officiating. was in Fairview Cemetery, Painted Post. Fairport Baptist Home, Nine Mile Point Road, Fairport, NY . MYRTLE DEARING Myrtle Vivian Dearing, of East Broadway, December at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center, Danville. Born May in Washington County daughter late Hannable and Ovie Click Taylor. widow of James William “Jim” Dearing. homemaker who loved to cook, enjoyed embroidery, music and playing bingo. member of Deep Creek Baptist Church. Survivors include: three daughters, Sue (James) Terhune, Cathy (Arthur) Hines, both of Harrodsburg, and Polly (John) Watts, Washington County, one brother, William Henry Taylor, FL; three sisters, Mabel Devine of Harrodsburg, Pauline (Ruel) Watts, Springfield, and Joyce (Rowland) Ballard, Mayfield; one half sister, Thenia Bottoms, Waynesburg; grandchildren and great-grandchildren. a daughter, Beverly McElroy Watts, a son, William Henry Dearing, and two brothers, Sammy and Willard Taylor. December at Alexander & Royalty Funeral Home Bro. John Watts officiating. was in Deep Creek Baptist Church Cemetery. Pallbearers were grandsons, Jamie McElory, Brian McElory, Billy Hines, Robbie Hines, Joey Hines, Mark Watts and James Watts. Honorary bearers will be Vivian Franklin, Johnny Franklin, Angela Terhune, Tommy Dearing, Harvey Hines, and Marvin Dearing serving. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Gideon International, PO Box Harrodsburg, KY . To share your memories or to send a message family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com VIVIAN GOODLETT Mrs. Vivian Mobley Goodlett, of South East Street, December James B. Haggin Hospital. Born September in Washington County, daughter late Golden and Hettie Hendren Mobley. widow of Seymoure Goodlett. homemaker and a member Cornishville Baptist Church. Survivors include: one daughter, Lillie Mae Pike, Harrodsburg; three brothers, James Mobley, Louisville, Jewell Mobley and R. C. Mobley, both of Mercer County; two sisters, Mae Sallee, Harrodsburg, and Florence Measle, Mercer County; four grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren. Graveside services December in Spring Hill Bro. Paul Readnour officiating. Pallbearers were David Pike, Tim Pike, Larry Pike, Hugh Smith, Jr., David Pike, II, Adam Pike and Chris Smith. Alexander & Royalty Funeral Home was in charge of funeral arrangements. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations Alzheimer's Association, Lexington/Bluegrass Chapter, South Limestone, Suite E, Lexington, KY -. JOE GRIFFIN Joe Willis Griffin, of South Greenville Street, December at Frankfort Regional Medical Center. Born November in Scott County, he son late Joe Delmar and Lyona Lucille Howe Griffin. He member of Dry Branch Baptist Church, treasurer and chairman deacons. He supervisor at American Greetings and had retired from the Kentucky State Penal System and Boyle County Detention Center. He graduated from Junction City High School in and Kentucky Colonel. Survivors include: his wife, Judy Vandiver Griffin, Harrodsburg; one son, Andy Griffin, Moreland; two sisters, Sheree Griffin Kidd and Nickie Griffin Thompson, both of Junction City; one brother, Chris Griffin, Danville and one grandchild, Austin Chase Griffin. December at Stith Funeral Home, Danville. The family requests memorials be sent to Dry Branch Baptist Church or Diabetes Foundation. FRED OVERSTREET In the obituary for Fred Overstreet in last week’s Herald, who December , the following was omitted: He was also preceded in death by three brothers, Raymond, Robert and Lewis Overstreet, and a sister, Margie Adams. HELEN ROBINSON Helen Drury Robinson, of Mooreland Avenue, December Charleston Health Care Center. Born September in Anderson County, daughter late William M. and Cordie Thompson Drury. widow of Ben Robinson. retired homemaker and member Clay Lick United Methodist Church. Survivors include: her son-in-law, Frank Lawson, Harrodsburg; two granddaughters, Paula Lawson Spears, Lawrenceburg and Robin Lawson Shumate, Danville; two great-granddaughters, Jessica Erin Shumate, Danville, and Julia Franklin Cornett, Minot, North Dakota; one great-great grandchild, Brayan Wesley Cornett, Minot, North Dakota. a daughter, Pauline Robinson Lawson. December Ransdell Funeral Chapel by Bro. Rue Henderson. was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Wes Shumate, Bill Robinson, Robert Spears, Darrell and David Waterfill, Jennings Burns, and Cecil Riley. Honorary bearers were Linwood and Gertrude Chilton, Loraine Robinson, Clara Graft, Martha Moore, John Cornett and staff members Charleston Health Care Center. contributions are suggested Mercer Co. Humane Society, Moberly Road, Harrodsburg; Clay Lick United Methodist Church, Clay Lick Church Road, Salvisa, ; or to Gideon's International, PO Box Harrodsburg, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel. com MADELLE RILEY Dorothy Madelle Reynolds Riley, of Begley Branch, Gravel Switch, December at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born in Boyle County June daughter late Bertice and Elizabeth Shewmaker Reynolds. was retired in from Cricketeer Manufacturing Company as a presser. member of Perryville United Methodist Church. Survivors include: her husband, Arnold Riley, Gravel Switch; three daughters, Sue Glasscock, Perryville, Kathy Goldsberry and Lisa Campbell, both of Harrodsburg; three sons, Robert and Bertice Lee Riley, both of Perryville, Randall Riley, Danville; three brothers, T. G. "Peck" Reynolds, James Carlos "Cotton" Reynolds, and David Lee "Poddle" Reynolds, all of Perryville; grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. was preceded in death by two brothers, two sisters, and one granddaughter. December Wilder Funeral Home in Perryville Rev. John David Lane officiating. was in Hillcrest in Perryville. Pallbearers were Dale, Scott, and Jason Riley, Michael Wayne McHollon, Ethan Campbell, Matt Coyle, Jacob Sims, Ashley Gorley and Malcolm Miller. Expressions of Sympathy may take the form of Donations Benjamin James Riley Educational Fund c/o Sue Glasscock, National City Bank, Perryville, KY, or ones favorite charity. KATHERINE SAMPLES Katherine Phillips Samples, of Scott Lane, Danville, December at Fort Logan Hospital, Stanford. Born March in Harrodsburg, daughter late Butler Daniel and Viola Frances Hedges Phillips. widow of Elmer Samples. homemaker and a member of Benson Baptist Church. Survivors include: one son, Norman Smithart, Danville; one sister, Mary Frances Gibson, Harrodsburg; and one brother, Wesley Phillips, Harrodsburg. will be held at : a.m. January at Stith Funeral Home, Danville. Visitation will be from : to : p.m. funeral home. will be in Sunset Gardens in Frankfort. NANCY THOMPSON Nancy Catherine Randolph Thompson, Scott Lane, Danville, December at her residence. Born May in Lincoln County, daughter late Deward and Mary Price Randolph. housewife and a member of Moreland Baptist Church. Survivors include: her husband, Frank Thompson, Danville; one daughter, Dana Simpson, Moreland; four sons, Billy Wayne King, Nicholasville, Gregory Lee Thompson, Larry Gene Thompson and Gary Dean Thompson, all of Junction City; three brothers, Elwood Randolph, Moreland, Billy Randolph, Harrodsburg, and Jerry Randolph, Lexington; one sister, Mary Elizabeth Walls, Junction City; grandchildren. December at Stith Funeral Home, Danville, Rev. Gary Story officiating. was in the Hustonville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Tim Sperry, Phillip Simpson and sons, Billy King, Gregory Lee Thompson, Larry Gene Thompson and Gary Dean Thompson. Honorary bearers were B. J. Barker, John Carey, Jason Snow and Rick Snow. The family requests donations be sent to Heritage Hospice. WILLIAM WHEELER William Forest Wheeler, of Dry Branch Road, December at his residence. Born February in Mercer County, he son late Forest and Virginia McCrystal Wheeler. He self employed farmer and a member of Bethel # Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Survivors include: his wife, Mary Emily Cornish Wheeler, Harrodsburg; one son: Travis (Linda) Wheeler, Harrodsburg; three sisters; Barbara Rankin, Redwing, MN, Lavern Isham, Harrodsburg, Peggy Peavler, Lexington; and two grandchildren. He a daughter, Jennifer Lee Wheeler, and a sister, Patsy Trayner. December at Ransdell Funeral Chapel. was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Tim Russell, Brent Logue, Darrell Ward, Virgil Monroe, Earl Hungate Jr., Pat Drury, Bruce Noel and James H. Ashford. Honorary bearers were Carroll Drury, Kenny Sims, Robin Peavler, Randy Conley, Chuck Tyler, Eddie Horn and J. D. Parhan. The family suggests memorials to Heritage Hospice. EVELYN BAUGHMAN Evelyn Sue Baughman, Mackville Road, January at the James B. Haggin Hospital. Born April in Harrodsburg, daughter of Cloe Lucille Sallee Steele Banks, Harrodsburg and Clarence Steele. homemaker. Survivors, in addition to her mother, include: her husband, Randy A. Baughman, Harrodsburg; her step-father, William Banks, Harrodsburg; one son, Paul Baughman, Bowling Green; one daughter, April Bottom, Harrodsburg; one brother, Clarence "Buddy" Steele, Harrodsburg; two sisters, Terrie Benore, Sylvania, OH and Aimee Popovich, Akron, OH; and four grandchildren. will be held at : p.m. January Ransdell Funeral Chapel by Rev. Gary Allen. will be in the Camp Nelson National in Nicholasville. Visitation will be from : until : p.m. chapel. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel. com WILLIAM BURKE William G. Burke, of Manns Road, January at his residence. Born July in Burgin, he son late Ballard R. And Love Underwood Burke. In Mr. Burke retired from Corning after having been a machinist for thirty years. He member Cornishville Baptist Church, a U.S. Army Veteran of World War II, the Oleika Temple, American Legion, McAfee # Masonic Lodge, and Veterans of Foreign Wars. Survivors include: his wife, Lucille Blacketer Burke, Harrodsburg; two sons, William Donald Burke and Harry (Glenda) Burke both of Harrodsburg; one daughter, Nancy C. (Ronnie) Baker, Lawrenceburg; two sisters Gladys, (Stanley) Watts, Harrodsburg, and Garneta (Marcus) Burke Warner, Burgin; seven grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He two sisters, Della Crawford and Helen Joyce Burke, and one brother, Ballard Burke, Jr.. January Alexander & Royalty Funeral Home Bro. Paul Readnour and Carl Blacketer officiating. military honors was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Donald Keith Burke, Michael Burke, Kevin Burke, David Hupp, Tim Kidd, and Chris O’Bryan. Honorary bearers were Rhonda Baker, Andrea O’Bryan, Robin Kidd, and Vonna Hupp. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Heritage Hospice, PO Box Danville, KY . To share your memories or to send a message family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com. JOHNNIE CROWLEY Johnnie Crowley, of Tabler Avenue, January at his residence. Born May in Danville, he son late Jay Paul and Edythe Broyles Crowley. He truck driver for I.M.I. and loved collecting memorabilia from Harley-Davidson merchandise and bald eagles. Survivors include: his wife, Paula Hensley Crowley, Harrodsburg; two sons, Jaye P. (Jessica) Crowley, Harrodsburg, and Brian S. (Cari) Crowley, Kent, WA; one brother, James E. Crowley, Parksville; and one grandson, Hunter Crowley, Harrodsburg. Funeral service January Alexander & Royalty Funeral Home Bro. Greg Warren officiating. was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Maurice Baker, Paul Hensley, Keith Hensley, Kenny Hensley, Lewis Durrett and Terry Roney. JAMES DEARINGER James V. "Lightning" Dearinger, Allene Drive, Danville, January VA Medical Center, Cooper Drive, Lexington. Born October in Willisburg, he son late Dave and Saddie Springate Dearinger. He retired self-employed barber, a US Army veteran Korean War, a member VFW and American Legion. He member Harrodsburg Baptist Church. Survivors include: his wife, Joy R. Noe Dearinger, Danville; one son, Marvin Lee Dearinger, Ft. Lauderdale, FL; one daughter, Angie Gail Compton, Harrodsburg; two stepdaughters, Paula Tatum, Danville, and Mary Alice Carmicle, Middleburg; and three grandchildren. He three brothers, Harold Dearinger, William Dearinger and Edmund Cummins, and two sisters, Mable Fourman and Peggy Baker. January Ransdell Funeral Chapel Dr. Robert DeFoor and Clyde Strunk officiating. was in the Hopewell Baptist Church military rites. Pallbearers were Garnett Tatum, Jimmy Carmickle, Richard Compton, David Noe, Shawn McGuire, and David Darland. Honorary bearers were Bob Martin, Charlie Carr, Jim Gaskin, J. B. Sparrow, and David Campbell. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel. com RICHARD DENNIS Richard Joseph Dennis, South Greenville Street, December James B. Haggin Hospital. Born August in Danville, he son of Bobby Dennis, Harrodsburg, and Nina Graham Logue, Burgin. He contractor for Shelby Heating and Air, and a member of Southside Christian Church. Survivors, in addition to his parents, include: his fiancée, Angie Murphy, Harrodsburg, his step-father, Stephen Logue, Burgin; two brothers, Anthony Dennis, Danville, and Bryan Lyens, Harrodsburg; paternal grandmother, Joann Dennis, Harrodsburg; maternal step-grandfather, Paul Tyler, New Harmony, IN. January Ransdell Funeral Chapel by Sam Stow and Ryan Coatney. was in the Peter at Mackville. Pallbearers were Chip Hartman, Scott Wright, Mike Bradford, Micky Goins, Travis Taylor and David King. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel. com ALMA ELLIOTT Alma Lucille Lawson Elliott, of Mac Court, January at her residence. Born August in Mercer County, daughter late Demetrius "Pete" and Maude Weldon Bugg. widow of Cleo Lawson. was retired from Lawson’s Jewelers which and her late husband founded in . member Harrodsburg Baptist Church where member Saints Alive Choir and the Joy School Class. member of the Eastern Star and Widow to Widow. Survivors include: one son, Gene D. (Dortha) Lawson, Harrodsburg; one daughter, Mary Geneva Shannon, Pensacola, FL; one sister-in-law, Hazel Bugg, Harrodsburg; five grandchildren, and great-grandchildren; and a special niece and caretaker, Christine McGrath of Burgin. one sister, Frances "Fanny" Gabhart, and a brother, Clifford Bugg. January at Alexander & Royalty Funeral Home Eddie Russell and Rick Snyder officiating. was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were William Lee Hayslett, Bobby Burchett, Roy Lee Sanders, Everett Cord, Lindsey Rice, Charlie Lawson, Terry Graham, and David Lawson. Honorary bearers were Dr. Charles Hatcher, Edwin Freeman, Bobby Smith, Wanda Tope, June Hafley, Cammie Smith, Betty Burchett, and Donnie Roberts. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Saints Alive Choir, C/O Harrodsburg Baptist Church, PO Box Harrodsburg, KY ; or Shriners Hospitals for Children, Richmond Road, Lexington, KY . BEULAH GABHART Beulah Neile Graves Gabhart, of Mackville, January at Harrodsburg Health Care Center. Born September in Washington County, daughter late John W. and Alice M. Turner Graves. widow of George M. Gabhart. graduate of Mackville High School and Eastern Kentucky Teachers College. taught at Mackville Elementary School for years before retiring in . member of Mackville Church of Christ. Survivors include: one daughter, Anna Neile Gabhart, Harrodsburg; three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. a daughter, Jane McAfee. January at Carey & Son Funeral Home by Frank Preston. was in Peter Cemetery. GLADYS HOLTZCLAW Gladys S. Holtzclaw, of Chenault Bridge Road, Danville, January , at her residence. Born March in Boyle County, daughter late Eugene B. and Amy Montgomery Clark. widow of O. W. Holtzclaw. retired sales clerk and former co-owner of Danville Christian Bookstore. charter member of Lexington Avenue Baptist Church where taught school for years. Survivors three daughters, Mary Jean Steinhauer, Danville, Nancy Sipkema, Bedford, NH, and Beth Neal, Harrodsburg; one son, Bill Holtzclaw, Danville; six grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. January at Preston-Pruitt Funeral home by Rev. Tommy Valeniten. was in the Lancaster Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bob Trumbo, Marcus Underwood, Russ Newton, Jeff Tribble, Bernard Montgomery and Lester Lawless. Honorary bearers were members of her school class. Memorials may go to Lexington Avenue Baptist Church building fund. VERNON LEWIS Vernon Lewis, of Perryville Road, Danvillle, at his home. Born Sept. in Washington County, he son late Earl and Anna Lee Baker Lewis. He member of Temple Baptist Church and a retired farmer. Survivors his wife, Lucille Byrd Lewis; one son, Terry Lewis, Harrodsburg; one daughter, Wanda Hume, Harrodsburg; three sisters, Jewell Holt of Bardstown, Martha Hellard of Bloomfield and Orpha Walls, Springfield; six brothers, Buddy Lewis of Chaplin, Carl Lewis, Leon Lewis and Larry G. Lewis, all of Springfield, Ancil E. Lewis of Mackville and Donnie K. Lewis of Danville; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Services January at Carey & Son Funeral Home by Rev. Bobby Chesser. was in New Hope Cemetery. BRENDA MORRIS Brenda Robinson Morris, of Marimon Avenue, Harrodsburg December at her residence. Born April in Mercer County, daughter of Linda Votaw Louallen, Harrodsburg Floyd Nathan Robinson. homemaker, and a member Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.. Survivors, in addition to her mother, include: three sons Jonathan McAfee, Joseph Morris, and Jordan Foister all of Harrodsburg; one daughter, Emily Foister, Harrodsburg; one sister, Judy Robinson Davis, Mooresville, NC; two half-sisters, Betty Robinson and Lou Bugg, both of Harrodsburg, and her grandson Christopher Gillian, Harrodsburg. was preceded in death by one brother, Gerald Robinson, a half-brother, Charles Robinson, and her special cousin, Troy Gribbins, whom had taken care of. January Alexander & Royalty Funeral Home President Jamie McElroy officiating. was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Wayne Day, Jonathan McAfee, Joseph Morris, Julio Garcia, Larry Morris and Tommy Colvin. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations family. To share your memories or to send a message family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com. JOSEPH MUENCH, Sr. Joseph Nicholas Muench, Sr., Highland Heights, January in Highland Heights. He retired manager for the Marx Brothers Furniture stores in Covington and Newport; manager for Dine's Furniture Store in Newport, member Holy Name Society of St. Joseph Church, Cold Spring, member Fr. DeJaco Council # Knights of Columbus, th Degree Bishop - Flaget Council Knights of Columbus. He past police judge and city councilman for the City of Highland Heights and served years on the Campbell County Court House Commission Survivors include: his wife, Grace Whitlock Muench, Highland Heights; three daughters, Mary Jo Cuda, Elkins, WV, Barbara R. Kling, Wilder, and Therese Blank, Alexandria; three sons, Stephen R. Muench of Worchester, MA, Richard A. Muench, Lawrence, KS, and Father Joseph N. Muench, Harrodsburg; two brothers, Raymond Muench, Southgate, and Albert Muench, Nashville, TN; grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Prayer services at : a.m. January Muehlenkamp-Erschell Fort Thomas Funeral Home in Fort Thomas. Mass of Christian was held St. Joseph Church in Cold Spring. was in the St. Stephen in Fort Thomas. contributions are suggested to St. Joseph School in Cold Spring, KY or charity of one's choice. SARAH PITTMAN Mrs. Sarah Pittman, widow of Andrew "A. C." Pittman, January Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington. Arrangements are incomplete Alexander & Royalty Funeral Home. REBEKAH SIMS Rebekah Sue Sims, Amelia, OH, granddaughter of Edgar Sims, of Harrodsburg, December . will be conducted at : a.m. January Central Baptist Church, Williamsburg-Bantam Road, Williamsburg, OH. will be in the Williamsburg Cemetery. Visitation will be from until p.m. church. The John H. Evans Funeral Home, Center Street, Milford, OH is in charge of arrangements. STEPHEN STUMPH Stephen Lynn Stumph, Riverside Drive in Harrodsburg, December University of Kentucky Medical Center. Born July in Mercer County, he son of Gary Lynn Stumph and Janice Hardin Pennie, both of Harrodsburg. He graduate of Harrodsburg High School, former employee of Golden Corral Steakhouse, Long John Silver’s and Stone Manor restaurant and a member of Cornishville Christian Church. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and playing pool. Survivors, in addition to his parents, include: maternal grandmother, Mary Sue Hardin, Springfield; paternal grandmother, Barbara Stumph, Harrodsburg; paternal grandfather, Albert "Bud" Stumph, Harrodsburg; step-mother, Lillie Stumph, Harrodsburg; two brothers, Jamie Stumph, and Cody Lynn Stumph, both of Harrodsburg; two sisters: Lorie Kay Taylor, Harrodsburg and Tina White, Danville. services January Alexander & Royalty Funeral Home Curtis Sims officiating. Private was in Evergreen in Willisburg. MATTIE WEST Mattie West, of Mac Court, January James B. Haggin Hospital Extended Care. Born August in Mercer County, daughter late Tom Kyle and Effie Butler Sallee. widow of Harvey “Bud” West. was retired from the Mercer County School System where had taught in the Shakertown and Mercer County Elementary Schools for thirty-eight years. was a graduate of Sue Bennett College and Eastern Kentucky University and was one of the organizers Widow to Widow Group. member Harrodsburg Baptist Church where teacher of a Bible class, a member Joy School Class, and member Saints Alive Choir. Survivors include: two sisters, Mrs. Donald (Grace) Steele, Harrodsburg, and Mrs. Clarence (Sadie) Tatum, Mercer County; eleven nieces and nine nephews also survive. two brothers, Rue and Rodney Sallee, and two sisters, Frances Whitehouse and Esther Sallee. January Alexander & Royalty Funeral Home, Bro. Lewis Walters and Bro. Harold Best officiating. was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were David Taylor, Chester Gabhart, George Hendrix, Chester Scott, Allen Whitenack and John David Sanders. was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to: James B. Haggin Extended Care Facility, Linden Avenue, Harrodsburg, KY . MILDRED BRUMMETT Mildred Lorrine Franklin Brummett, of Alexander Drive, Danville, Jan. at her residence. was born Nov. in Boyle County, daughter late Lewis Foster and Sarah Alice Boyd Franklin and widow of James Kinnaird Brummett Sr. certified nursing assistant for years at James B. Haggin Hospital. Survivors include: three sons, James (Kristi) Brummett Jr. and Thomas Gene (Donna) Brummett, both of Harrodsburg, and Gary Wayne (Teana) Brummett of McKinney; two daughters, Jo Ann (Louis) Klein of Louisville and Linda (Bill) Faulconer of Perryville; grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. The funeral was held at a.m. at Stith Funeral Home. was in Bellevue Cemetery. The family requests memorials be sent American Kidney Foundation and Heritage Hospice. (HH Thu Jan ) KENNETH BURNS Former Mercer Sheriff Kenneth Burns Dies Former Mercer County Sheriff Kenneth Burns, Jan. at his res­idence after a long illness. Burns retired in as Mercer County sheriff after serving three terms in office. Mercer Deputy Beverly Stratton, who was hired by Burns to work in the office to assist her mother, Gladys Dean, said Bums was popular Mercer Countians because he was easy to talk to and people trusted him. said he was very accessible public, opening the office at : a.m. and closing at : p.m., said he didn't even leave the office for lunch. He retired, but he never quit being interested, said Mercer County Sheriff Ralph Ander­son, who served as a deputy under Burns. Even after retirement, the fornier sheriff continued to visit the office weekly or more often. "He retired, but he never really quit," said Anderson. "He was always interested." Anderson gives credit to Burns for his own career in law enforcement. "Kenneth gave me the job," Anderson explained. "I started to work for him as a deputy in . He great mentor to me, a best friend and a father figure all rolled into one. "His generosity toward me and his encouragement to me got me to where I am today. Without Kenneth Burns, I wouldn't be here today as the sheriff of Mercer County, in the political arena or in the world of law enforcement." Anderson said Burns was well&#;liked as a sheriff. "Kenneth had this country charm and flair about him that naturally drew people to him. He put everybody at ease when they were around him." From prosecuting attorneys to families accused victims, Anderson said Burns had "a way of calming people and reassuring them." He also said Burns did not see financial backgrounds, race or social standing because those things did not matter to him. He treated everyone the same. Anderson said those are some reasons Burns was successful as a three&#;term sheriff. As an employer, Stratton also had kind words for Burns. "He wonderful person to work for," explained.. "He was such an honest, down-to&#;earth person. He was dependable and he good boss. "He wonderful person," said. "He good man and we will miss him." An old calendar hanging on the wall in the main office was considered Burns' calendar. Anderson said Burns tore the pages off when he came to visit acid in the days that followed, the staff could look calendar and know how long since Burns last visit. Others are now tearing the days off the calendar, but Burns' presence still lingers. Anderson said the office is still modeled after the standards set by the former sheriff. He said a friendly, down&#;home, atmosphere is what Burns encouraged and Burns also instilled in him the need to have an open door policy and be accommodating. "He great friend and he will be sadly missed by me," said Anderson. Born Nov. in Washington County, Burns son late J. W. and Ora Lee Russell Burns and widower of Pauline Moms Burns. Along serving as Mercer County's sheriff, he former service station owner and operator. He U.S. Navy veteran and member Kentucky Sheriff's Association, Mercer Masonic Lodge # F & AM, and Freedom Baptist Church, Lawrenceburg. He graduate of Mackville High School. He is survived by two .daughters, Joyce Carol Logue and Reva Gale Spalding, and two sisters, Nina Bottoms and Betty Coffman, all of Harrodsburg. The funeral was held Sunday. (HH Thu Jan ) KENNETH BURNS Walton Kenneth Burns, Ridgeway Drive, widower of Pauline Morris Burns, Jan. at his residence after a long illness. Born Nov. in Washington County, he son late J.W. and Ora Lee Russell Burns. He retired as Mercer County Sheriff in after serving three terms in office. He former service station owner and operator, a graduate of Mackville High School, a U.S. Navy veteran, member Kentucky Sheriff's Association, member of Mercer Masonic Lodge # F & AM, and a member Freedom Baptist Church, Lawrenceburg. Survivors include: two daughters, Joyce Carol Logue and Reva Gale Spalding, both of Harrodsburg; two sisters, Nina Bottoms and Betty Coffman, both of Harrodsburg, and two grandchildren. He a son, Donald Gene Burns. The funeral was conducted at p.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel by Bobby Logue and Elder J.D. Short III. was in the Spring Hill Pallbearers were David Patrick, Armond Bottoms, Travis Lee Logue, Rick Moberly, Ralph Anderson, Terry Myers, Stanley Watts and Marshall Sims Jr. Honorary pallbearers were Angie Stewart, nieces and nephews, and members Mercer County Sheriff's Department. contributions are suggested to one's favorite charity. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Jan ) CAROL CANNADA Carol Ann Wrobleski Cannada, of Ellerson Drive, wife of Marvin Lee Cannada, Jan. at her residence. Born May in Rochester, NY, daughter late Elmer and Ruth Reed. homemaker and had attended the Bruners Chapel Baptist Church. loved sewing, cooking and her pet poodles. Besides her husband, survivors three sons, Gary Reed (Carol Ann) Wrobleski of Harrodsburg, Tommy Wrobleski of Sarasota, FL, and Glenn Philhower of Harrodsburg; two daughters, Robin (Rocky) Mancuso of Rochester, NY and Linda Cannada of Sarasota, FL; a step-daughter, Clair Stephens of Indianapolis, IN; three brothers, Jimmy and Elmer Reed both of Rochester, NY and Fred Reed of Eustus, FL; three sisters, Helen Ellis of Rochester, Betty VanDuyne of Savannah, NY, and Margaret Reed of Georgia; grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. her sister, Ruth Reed and two granddaughters, Tabitha and Heather Cannada. The funeral was held at : p.m. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Bro. Greg Humpert officiating. was in the Shawnee Run Baptist Church Cemetery. Pallbearers were Gary Wrobleski, Tommy Wrobleski, Glenn Philhower, Rocky Mancuso, Glenn Lee Philhower and Charlie Richie. To share your memories or to send a message family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com (HH Thu Jan ) WILLIAM D. HARVEY William D. Harvey, Boswell Street, husband of Betty Jo McHargue Harvey, Jan. at his residence. Born July in Corbin, he son late Thomas and Lura Felts Harvey. He retired sheet metal worker for the Kirk and Blum Company and a member Felts Chapel Methodist Church in Corbin. Besides his wife, survivors include: two step-sons, Samuel Sneed and Hillery Davis, both of Harrodsburg; one daughter, Donata Nelson of Louisville; two step-daughters, Mavin Cavanaugh of Fredrick, MD, and Connie Jo Doram of Harrodsburg; one grandchild, and a number of nieces and nephews. He a grandson, Scott Christopher Nelson. The funeral was conducted at pm Ransdell Funeral Chapel by Harold Best. was in the Calvary in Louisville. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Jan ) RONALD HENDERSON Ronald Joseph Henderson, of Marimon Avenue, Jan. at the University of Kentucky Medical Center. Born March in Harrodsburg, he son of Joe M. Henderson and Bonnie Casey of Harrodsburg. He former employee of Matsushita and R. R. Donley of Danville. He member Baptist church and he loved all sports and country music. Along his parents, additional survivors one sister, Ressa Followell Henderson of Harrodsburg; one nephew, Travis Adam Followell of Harrodsburg; several aunts, uncles and cousins. He his grandparents, John L. and Hazel Casey and Earl Thomas and Anna Lee Henderson. Private services will be at Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Bro. Jack Geurin and Mike Conover officiating. will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Terry Bugg, Travis Adam Followell, Donnie Followell, Leonard Steele, David ÒHogÓ Collier and Alan Pinkston. Honorary pallbearers will be Don Reynolds, Mary Reynolds, Carol Dean Walters and Chris Souder. There will be no visitation. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Mercer County Girls Basketball Team, Moberly Road, Harrodsburg, KY . (HH Thu Jan ) DUDLEY HUFFMAN Dudley Huffman, of Cornishville Road, husband of Gertie Elliott Huffman, Jan. at his residence. Born June in Cornishville, he son late Dewey (Colie) and Evelyn Wilham Huffman. He U.S. Army Veteran of World War II, a member Cornishville Christian Church, McAfee Masonic Lodge #, Eastern Star and a Kentucky Colonel and he enjoyed fishing. Besides his wife, survivors a son, Dudley (Tina) Huffman Jr. of Mercer County; a daughter, Teresa (Steve) Shuman of Mercer County; two brothers Larue (Dolly) Huffman of Cornishville and Kenneth (Roxie) Huffman of Harrodsburg; three granddaughters, and one great-grandson. He one granddaughter, Stephanie Shuman. The funeral was held at p.m. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Bro. Curtis Sims and Bro. Paul Readnour officiating. was in Cornishville Christian Church Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jack Reed, Brian Huffman, Bob Hayslett, Terry Winburn, Eddie Burton, Ronnie Britton, Buford Lake, and Ralph Rogers. To share your memories or to send a message family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com (HH Thu Jan ) DOROTHY G. LOCKARD Dorothy Gibson Lockard, Burgin, widow of George Lee Lockard Jan. Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born March in Pineville, daughter late Benjamin Franklin and Frances Moody Gibson. home economist for the Kentucky Utilities Company, a Bell County bookmobile librarian and a Pineville Community Hospital Patient Representative. Survivors include: a son Rex (Norma) Lockard of Jeffersonville, IN; three daughters, Jane Hoskins of Maitland, FL, Mary George (Bill) DeVary of Lexington, and Lynn (Phil) Slusher of Harrodsburg; one brother, Cecil Gibson of Louisville; a sister, Genevieve Carr, Cincinnati, OH; grandchildren, and great grandchildren. two brothers, Floyd and Edgar Gibson. The funeral was conducted at a.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel by the Rev. Mike Hamby. was in the Pineville Kentucky committal services conducted by Bro. Charles Jones. Grandsons served as pallbearers. contributions are suggested Burgin Baptist Church. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Jan ) BRUCE ROYALTY Bruce E. Royalty, of Wheaton Drive, Lawrenceburg, Jan. V.A. Medical Center-Cooper Drive in Lexington. Born May in Mercer County, he son late Frances Parrott and Cecil E. Royalty. He former owner Boone Hardware Store for years, a former cashier and loan officer for the Anderson National Bank for years and a former realtor Anderson Realty and Chilco Realty in Lawrenceburg. He member First Baptist Church, the Believers School Class, Anderson Masonic Lodge #, a former member Lawrenceburg Lion's Club and past president Stringtown Ruritan Club. He board member for the Anderson County Health Department and instrumental in the building new facility. He served as a sergeant in the U.S. Army. Survivors his wife, Joyce Cheak Royalty; a daughter, Lisa (Chris) Blandford of Mt. Washington; two sons, Keith (Terri) Royalty and Darren (Mary) Royalty, both of Lawrenceburg; three sisters, Wilma (Marvin) Grace of Lawrenceburg, Sue (Karl) Rodarmel and Loretta (Larry) Hill, both of Frankfort; his mother-in-law, Mattie Etherington Cheak of Lawrenceburg, seven grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. The funeral was at am Ritchie and Peach Funeral Home Dr. Greg Burton officiating. was in the Lawrenceburg Cemetery. Masonic Rites were observed evening. Pallbearers were Brian Royalty, Curtis Blandford, Larry Hill, Karl Rodarmel, Jim Cheak, Lou Colpitts and Robert M. Thompson. Honorary pallbearers were Nickie Royalty, Brooke Royalty, Blake Royalty, Stephanie Vincent, Adam Blandford and members Believers School Class. In lieu of flowers, contributions are suggested First Baptist Church Television Ministry, North Main Street, Lawrenceburg, KY . (HH Thu Jan ) EDGAR LEE STAYTON Edgar Lee Stayton, Greenwood Drive, husband of Janet Smith Stayton, Jan. St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington after an illness. Born March in Marion County, he son late Charles and Josephine Wooley Stayton. He retired maintenance supervisor of Osram Sylvania in Versailles, a U.S. Navy and Air Force veteran, a Kentucky Colonel and a member Harrodsburg Baptist Church where he member and teacher Faith, Love and Hope School Class. In addition to his wife, survivors include: one son, John Stayton, Danville; two daughters, Sonja (Jeff) Cloud, Lexington and Lisa Nan Pack, Springfield; two brothers, Charles Stayton, Louisville, and Robert Stayton, Cox's Creek; four sisters, Betty Pendleton and Mary Frances Crenshaw, both of Lebanon; Lois Lemon, Jeffersonville, IN, and Lou Mae Flener, Louisville and two grandchildren. Graveside services were conducted at p.m. Old Liberty near Bradfordsville in Marion County by Dr. Robert DeFoor. was in the Old Liberty Cemetery. Pallbearers were Monty Smith, Kevin Smith, Scott Tylick, Pat Stayton, Terry Stayton and John Stayton. contributions are suggested Harrodsburg Baptist Church. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Jan ) GLADYS S. HOLTZCLAW Gladys Stone Clark Holtzclaw, Chenault Bridge Road, Danville, Jan. at her home. Born March in Boyle County, daughter late Eugene Bryan and Amy Montgomery Clark. widow of O.W. Holtzclaw. retired sales clerk and former co-owner of Danville Christian Bookstore. charter member of Lexington Avenue Baptist Church where taught school for years. Survivors include: three daughters, Mary Jean Steinhauer, Danville, Nancy Sipkema, Bedford, NH and Beth Neal, Harrodsburg; a son, Bill Holtzclaw, Danville; six grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. The funeral was held Jan. at Preston-Pruitt Funeral Home Rev. Tommy Valentine officiating. was in Lancaster Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bob Trumbo, Marcus Underwood, Russ Newton, Jeff Tribble, Bernard Montgomery and Lester Lawless. Honorary bearers were members of her school class. Memorials may go to Lexington Avenue Baptist Church building fund. (HH Thu Jan ) VICKI VOTAW SLUSHER Vicki Votaw Slusher, Lexington, wife of Kenneth Turner, Jan. , at Central Baptist Hospital. Born in Harrodsburg, daughter of Donald Votaw and Billie Helen Shackleford Votaw. homemaker and a member of Revival Tabernacle Church. In addition to her husband and father, survivors include: her stepmother, Joyce Votaw; three daughters, Angela C. Bottom, Virgin Islands, Carmen R. (Steve) Greene, Lawrenceburg, and Sarah Kaye Slusher, Lexington; a sister, Donna (Mike) Greene, Lawrenceburg; and two grandchildren. The funeral was held Jan. at Kerr Brothers Funeral Home Bro. John Jessup officiating. was in Rose Crest Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ray Turner, Mike Turner, Joe Harp, Troy Ballard, Raymond Slusher, Gary Ray and Joey Ballard. (HH Thu Jan ) DAVID JOSEPH WILLIS David Joseph Willis, South Central Ave., Nicholasville, Jan. at his residence. Born Nov. in Harrodsburg, he son late Joe C. and Beatrice Pevlor Willis. He owner of Lawrenceburg Auto Supply and a member of Calvary Baptist Church. Survivors include: his wife, Betty Goodlett Willis; four children, Rose Goodlett, Harrodsburg, Mary Beth Willis, Christina Willis, and Joshua Willis, all of Nicholasville; a sister, Diana Byrd, Harrodsburg; and six grandchildren. He a daughter, Gena Frances Willis. The funeral was held Jan. at Hager and Cundiff Funeral Home Rev. Troy Morrison officiating. was in the Wilmore Cemetery. Pallbearers were Gene Goodlett, Gordon Goodlett, Everett Goodlett, Jeffrey Goodlett, Anthony Goodlett and Michael Goodlett. Contributions in Willis's memory to Hospice Bluegrass, Jessamine County. (HH Thu Jan ) VERNON LEWIS Vernon Lewis, Perryville Road, Springfield, Jan. at his residence. A native of Washington County, he was born on Sept. to Earl and Anna Lee Baker Lewis. He retired farmer and a member of Temple Baptist Church. Survivors include: his wife, Lucille Byrd Lewis; a daughter, Wanda Lou (Ronnie Lee) Hume, a son, Terry (Mavalyn Irene) Lewis, both of Harrodsburg; three sisters, Mrs. Bobby (Jewell) Holt, Bardstown, Martha Hellard, Bloomfield, and Orpha Walls, Springfield; six brothers, Buddy Lewis, Chaplin, Carl Lewis, Leon Lewis and Larry Gene Lewis, all of Springfield, Ancil Earl Lewis, Mackville, Donnie Kenneth Lewis, Danville; four grandchildren; and two great grandchildren. He two brothers, Bobby Arvil Lewis and Bruce Lewis. The funeral was held Jan. at Carey and Son Funeral Home Rev. Bobby Chesser officiating. was in New Hope Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jamie Bottom, Billy Joe Allen, Wesley Lewis, Chad Lewis, Ricky Lewis and James Sims. Honorary pallbearers were Johnny Coyle, Johnny Essex and Abell Parrott. (HH Thu Jan ) JAMES M. CRANE James M. Crane, Jan. . Born Sept. in Evansville, IN, he was associated his father and brothers in retail lumber businesses in Evansville and Henderson, IN. He and his wife, Rose Marie Crane, developed several subdivisions and built homes in Evansville, Henderson, Harrodsburg and Fort Lauderdale, FL. In addition to his wife, survivors include: eight brothers, Bob Crane of Lawrenceburg, Steve Crane of Salvisa, David Crane, Patrick Crane and John Crane, of Kelowna, BC Canada, and Jerry Crane, Paul Crane and Bill Crane, all of Armstrong, BC Canada; two daughters Mary Ann Laluk of Osoyoas, BC Canada and Kathleen Cheng of Vancover, BC Canada; grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. Services were at a.m. Jan. at St. Anne's Catholic Church, Osoyoas, BC Canada. (HH Thu Jan ) ROBERT EMMETT GORANFLO Robert Emmett "Coach" Goranflo, Louisville, Jan. at Twinbrook Nursing Home. He native of Elizabethtown and a Navy veteran of World War II. He retired teacher and coach of football and tennis in several school districts. He also managed the state tennis tournaments for many years. Survivors include: his wife, Fay Hatchell Goranflo; a son, Robert E. (Linda) Goranflo; a daughter, Karalee Goranflo; a brother, Henry Morgan Goranflo; three grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. The funeral was held Jan. at Highlands Funeral Home, Louisville. was in Middletown Cemetery. gifts Salvation Army or Kosair Children's Hospital. (HH Thu Jan ) HUBERT E. SIRCY JR. Hubert E. Sircy Jr., Bohon Road, husband of Pat Sircy, Jan. at his residence after a long illness. Born Feb. in Lebanon, TN, he son late Hubert Sircy Sr. and Etwell Naomi Green Sircy. He self-employed horse-shoer. In addition to his wife, survivors include: five sons, Justin Sircy, Boston MA, Joseph L. Sircy, Cary IL, James W. Sircy, Latuna Canyon, CA, John F. (Debbie) Sircy, Paducah, and Jay H. (Tina) Sircy, Latuna Canyon; two daughters, Katherine (David) Sircy Wright, DesMoines, IA, and Karen M. Sircy, Norfolk, VA; one half-sister, Carolyn Wilson, Spokane, Washington; grandchildren. and six great grandchildren. The funeral was conducted at a.m. St. Andrew Catholic Church by Father Joseph Muench. will be in a Columbarium St. Andrew Catholic Church on a later date. The Ransdell Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. contributions are suggested St. Andrew Catholic Church Building Fund, Danville Road, Harrodsburg, KY. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Jan ) VIRGIL WARNER Virgil "Junior" Warner, Dixie Manor, husband of Elaine Riley Warner, Jan. Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington after a long illness. Born Nov. in Washington County, he son late Homer and Opha Salmon Warner. He retired lab technician at Corning Glass Works Inc. of Harrodsburg. He member Harrodsburg Baptist Church and a former member, deacon, and School teacher at Eller's Baptist Church. He U.S. Army veteran of WW II. In addition to his wife, survivors include: a daughter, Debbie (Larry) Cheser, Springfield; two brothers, Bill Warner, Boca Raton, FL, and Maurice Warner, Jacksonville, FL, and two grandsons, Will and Clay Cheser, both of Springfield. The funeral was conducted at p.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel by Dr. Robert DeFoor and Mike Conover. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Will and Clay Cheser, Everett Hall Jr., Marion Inman, Gene Yates, Greg Warner and Dennis Holiday. Honorary pallbearers were members Harrodsburg Baptist Church Glad Hand School Class. contributions are suggested Harrodsburg Baptist Church. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Jan ) NELLIE ELLA WATTS Nellie Ella Watts, Allah Ave., widow of Raymond Watts Sr., Jan. James B. Haggin Hospital after an illness. Born Sept. in Harrodsburg, daughter late Strother and Laura Lyons Watts. homemaker and a member Bohon Baptist Church. Survivors include: two sons Raymond Watts Jr., Harrodsburg, and Kenneth Dale Watts, Georgetown; four daughters, Ruby Chambers, Viola Baker, Mary Baker and Beverly Griffin, all of Harrodsburg; one brother, William T. Watts, Harrodsburg; one sister Jane Watts, Harrodsburg; grandchildren, several great-grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren. two sons, Iva and Ronald Watts; four daughters, Thelma Stephens, Sue Watts, Georgia Weldon, and Juanita Byrd; five brothers, Lewis, Joe, Nelson, Cecil and Don Watts; five sisters, Myrtle LouAllen, Georgia Bottoms, Mable Kincade, Laura Watts and Lottie Watts. The funeral was conducted at p.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel by Ken Calia. was in the Providence in Mercer County. Pallbearers were Harold Baker, Charlie Baker, Tommy King, Steve Weldon, James Davis and Harold Mullins. Honorary pallbearers were grandchildren. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Jan ) JAMES ADKINSON James LeRoy Adkinson, Jan. in Terre Haute, IN. Born Aug. he native of Mercer County. He son late Oswald and Pearl Moore Adkinson. He is survived by two daughters, Linda Lee (Bob) Wiemouth, Terre Haute, IN and Mary Jo (Sam) Cote, Hopkins, MN; one brother, Clyde (Hazel) Adkinson, Missouri; eight grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He his wife, Agnes Warner Adkinson. The body will be cremated. A for he and his wife will be held at a later date. NICHOLAS BEASLEY Nicholas Patrick Beasley, of Indian Trail, Lawrenceburg, Jan. from injuries sustained in a car accident on Old Louisville Road at Salvisa. Born April in Lexington, he attended Fairview Christian Church and member church's youth group. He was an th grader Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg. Survivors his mother, Judith Carol Darnell Beasley of Lawrenceburg; his father and stepmother, James Edward and Beverly Beasley of Lawrenceburg; four sisters, Carolee Shifflett of Salvisa, Jill Harper (Jeff) of Lawrenceburg, Mary Evelyn Beasley of Harrodsburg and Holly Shifflett of Lawrenceburg; two brothers, Wade Beasley (Sylvia) of Shelbyville and Billy Beasley (Tina) of Burgin; a stepsister, three stepbrothers, a maternal grandmother, Loraine Darnell of Lawrenceburg, and paternal grandmother, Dorothy Beasley of Harrodsburg. Beasley his maternal grandfather, Russell Darnell, and paternal grandfather, James Franklin Beasley. The funeral was conducted at p.m. at Gash Chapel in Lawrenceburg Bro. Mark Wells officiating. was in the Lawrenceburg Cemetery. Pallbearers were Glenn Goodlett, Tim Robinson, Jamie Goodlett, Bradley Cheeseman, Jeffery Cheeseman and Adam Hale. Honorary pallbearers were th grade students Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg. GRANVILLE CAREY Granville O. Carey, of Florence, at : a.m. Jan. at St. Luke Hospital-West. Born Oct. in Mercer County, he son late Goldie Demetrius Carey and Alice Christine Divine and was married to Shirley Carey. He retired self-employed architect who designed dozens of churches, retirement homes, hospitals, and schools. He designed Lakeside Presbyterian Church where he served as a deacon. He also designed Florence Baptist Church, the Boone County Cooperative Extension Service building in Burlington, the Tri-City YMCA in Florence, several Erlanger school buildings and the old Covington Catholic High School and helped design the original layout for Northern Kentucky University. He member Cincinnati Bird Club, Erlanger Lion's Club and American Institute of Architects and a former member Kenton County Executive Committee and the Edgewood Council. He past master for the Unity Lodge in Ludlow. Survivors include: three daughters, Christy Boone of Loveland, OH, Pam Durstock of Burlington and Patti Ramsey of Union; three sons, Marcus Carey of Poplar Grove, Matthew Carey of Edgewood and Martin Carey of Burlington; a sister, Minnie Belle Conley of Bradenton, FL, and grandchildren. The funeral was held at Middendorf-Bullock Funeral Home in Erlanger. was in Forest Lawn Memoiral Park in Erlanger. Memorials are suggested National Audubon Society, W. Galbraith Rd., Cincinnati, OH . MARY LAMBERT Mrs. Mary Lena "Dolly" Lambert, of Lambert Lane, widow of Clifford L. Lambert, Jan. James B. Haggin Hospital. Born May in Mercer County, daughter late George and Margaret Satterly Robinson. member Grapevine Christian Church. was retired from Cricketeer and enjoyed quilting. Survivors two sisters: Mrs. Gladys Wathen of Salvisa and Mrs. Hadgie W. Royalty of Louisville; a brother Billy Robinson of Florida; three half-uncles, Rayford Robinson of Louisville, Ras Robinson of Salvisa and Jim Robinson of Harrodsburg, and two half-aunts, Nancy Robinson and Lyda Robinson both of Salvisa. two brothers, Earl and Buford Robinson, and one sister, Hazel Robinson. The funeral for Mrs. Lambert was at p.m. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Bro. Claude Waldridge officiating. was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Marion Rogers Jr, Gary Royalty, David Royalty, Bobby Taylor, Gene Taylor, Aubrey Keith Wilson, and Marty Hall. Honorary pallbearers were Jack Pearson and Lil Jack Pearson. To share your memories or to send a message family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com PLEAS TRAVILLIAN Pleas Travillian, Cedar Lane, husband of Jessie Lee Crick Travillian, Jan. Ephriam McDowell Regional Medical Center after a long illness. Born May in Lexington, he son late George Thomas and Samantha Payne Travillian. He retired coal miner and farmer and a member Herrington Lake Pentecostal Church. In addition to his wife, survivors include: four sons, Samuel Travillian of Harrodsburg, George Travillian of Florida, Lonnie Travillian of Harrodsburg and Pleas Travillian Jr. of Frankfort; three daughters, Samantha Sturdivant of Danville, Mable Carrier of Frankfort and Zetta Lanham of Danville; grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren. He three sons, Chester, Stallard and David Travillian. The funeral was conducted at p.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel by Rev. Steve VanHook. was in the Danville Gardens. Pallbearers were Chester, Pleas Jr.; Lonnie, Steve and Gardner Travillian; Joe Scott; Gary Pike, and Brian Mardis. Honorary bearers were David Dobbs; Odis Caroll; David Stratton; Johnny and Jason Carrier, and David, George, and Sam Travillian. contributions are suggested Herrington Lake Pentecostal Church, Cherry Hill Road, Stanford, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent to the family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com STANLEY VANDYKE Stanley B. VanDyke, of Harrodsburg Health Care Center Jan. health care center after a long illness. Born Jan. in McAfee, he son late Dan Thomas and Lena May Lay VanDyke. He retired horse trainer for the former S.E. Falls Stables of Cornishville Street in Harrodsburg. He U.S. Army veteran of WWII, a member VFW and a member First Baptist Church in Harrodsburg. Survivors a number of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The funeral will be conducted at a.m. Parks Funeral Home by Rev. Daniel Childs, pastor Second Baptist Church, Mayslick. will be in the Maple Grove Cemetery. Visitation will be from a.m. until the hour of service Parks Funeral Home. The obituary may also be seen at www.parksfuneral.com EMMA WATTS Emma Mildred Watts, Dixie Manor, Jan. James B. Haggin Hospital after a long illness. Born Jan. in Mercer County, daughter late Herman and Eyre Emma Devine Watts. retired nurse at James B. Haggin Hospital where served as a member hospital's Nurses Fellowship, a member Harrodsburg Baptist Church where served in the WMU, taught the Miss Emma Girls' School Class for many years, and was on the board of directors at Cardinal Meadows. Survivors include: two brothers, Roger Watts, Atlanta, GA, and Cecil Watts, Sebring, FL, and one sister, Mary Frances Watts, Harrodsburg. was preceded in death by two brothers, Maurice and V.W. Watts and one sister, Ermany Watts Bingham. The funeral was Ransdell Funeral Chapel by Rick Snyder and Eddie Russell. will be in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were John Trisler, Bill Barnett, David Baker, Kenneth Kirkland, Ronnie Bailey and Bill Freeman. Honorary bearers were Dick Dartt, Stephen Bailey, Joe Harlow, Curtis Devine, Charles Ison and Dr. Charles Hatcher. contributions are suggested Lottie Moon International Foreign Missions, Richmond, Virginia. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com MICHAEL WOOTON Michael Don Wooton, Winter Garden, Lexington, son of Paula Francis Wooton, Salvisa, and Don Wooton, Jan. in Lexington. He graduate of Tates Creek High School in Lexington and was an employee of Sir Pizza in Lexington. Along his mother, survivors included: a sister, Laura Ann Wooton of Mercer County; his maternal grandfather, Cecil Francis of Mercer County, and his maternal grandmother, Bettie Berdan, Lexington. The funeral was at p.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel by Terry Morrison. was in the Ebenezer Church of Christ Cemetery. Pallbearers were Cecil Francis, Roger Hisle, Wayne Coffman, Dean Million, Jason Million, Roger Miller and Jeremiah Sloan Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com MARTHA PEAVLER Martha Field Peavler, widow of Lee Andrew Peavler, of Mockingbird Hill in Harrodsburg, Jan. James B. Haggin Hospital. Born Oct. in Bracken County, daughter late John Smarr and Mary Holmes Field. graduate of Kentucky Wesleyan, completed her post-graduate work at Eastern Kentucky University and retired teacher having taught in both Harrodsburg City and Mercer County school systems. member Harrodsburg United Methodist Church, a former member Harrodsburg Historical Society, and a former member Band Parents at Harrodsburg. Mrs. Peavler enjoyed reading and antiques. Survivors include: her son Andy Peavler of Tampa, FL, and several nieces and nephews. her daughter, Mary Beth Peavler, her sister Nancy Field Johnson, and her brother, William Field. The funeral will be held at p.m. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Jimmy Owens officiating. will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. Honorary pallbearers will be Jackie Springate, Frank Trisler, Charlie Carr and Dr. Charles Hatcher. Visitation will be after p.m. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations Mercer County Public Library, West Lexington Street, Harrodsburg, KY and/or the Harrodsburg United Methodist Church, P.O. Box Harrodsburg, KY . To share memories or to send a message family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com M. G. BROWN JR. M. G. Brown Jr., of Burgin, husband late Alyce Denny Brown Feb. Kingsbrook Life Care Center in Ashland. Born April in Mercer County, he son late Miller and Maggie Lambert Brown. He retired dispatcher from Kentucky Utilities, a member of Mercer Masonic Lodge # F & AM and a member of Burgin Baptist Church. Survivors include: one son, Robert (Sharon) Brown of Ashland; a daughter, Peggy (Harvey) Britton of Tell City, IN, and four grandchildren, Rob Britton, Charles Britton, Amy Britton and Kyle Brown. The funeral will be noon, at Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Harvey Britton officiating. will be in Burgin Gardens. Pallbearers will be Rob Britton, Chris Britton, Kyle Brown, Jack Coleman, James Dunn and Alan Vanarsdall. Visitation was to p.m. and will be after a.m. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home. (HH Thu Feb ) LOUIS BENGE Louis Martin Benge, Hensley Heights, husband of Rosetta Russell Benge, Feb. St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington after a brief illness. Born Nov. in Harrodsburg, he son late Martin Jackson and Mary Elizabeth Gabhart Benge. He graduate of Harrodsburg High School, the manager Kentucky Tire Outlet in Harrodsburg and a member Harrodsburg Cumberland Presbyterian Church. In addition to his wife, survivors two sisters, Yuvonne Wesley and Nancy Pinkston, both of Harrodsburg, and his mother-in-law, Edna Bradley of Harrodsburg. The funeral was held at p.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel by the Revs. Jerel Coffey, Jeff Barrett and Daniel Wilson. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were J. D. Dean, Mark and Steve Bugg, Ben Hein, Kenny Lister, Kenny Lister Jr., Ken Marshall, Dee Wesley, Anthony Mobley and Tony Best. contributions are suggested to Gideon’s International, Post Office Box Harrodsburg, KY or charity of ones choice. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Feb ) CARL ISHAM Carl Wallace Isham, of Harrodsburg, husband of Wanda Butler Isham, Jan. at Hospice Bluegrass Care Center in Lexington. Born Sept. in Washington County, he son late James Seibert Isham and Sally Voorhies Isham of Battle. He retired truck driver. Additional survivors include: two sons, Troy Wallace Isham of Knoxville, TN, and Carl Gregory Isham of Harrodsburg; two brothers Charles Isham and Jeffrey Isham, both of Mackville, and one granddaughter, Lauren Mackenzie Isham of Danville. He a sister, Barbara Ann Votaw. The funeral was held at p.m. at Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home by Bro. Ken Calia. was in Spring Hill Cemetery Pallbearers were Billy Simpson, Ronnie Simpson, Elwood Collier, Bennie Hume, Kevin Isham, Aubrey McMullin, Bob Ross, and David Proctor. (HH Thu Feb ) HARVEY SEXTON Harvey "Buddy" Sexton, of Bradford Lane, widower of Mae Hayden Sexton, Jan. in Richmond. Born Dec. in Mercer County, he son late Harvey Wayne and Mary Bradford Sexton Sr. He United States Marine Corps Veteran of World War II having received a purple heart while in battle at Iwo Jima. He retired from Corning Glass in Harrodsburg, and farmer, and a member Mt. Zion Methodist Church. A fan of NASCAR racing, Sexton also enjoyed traveling to and from Florida, and he enjoyed spending time his family. Survivors include: two sons, Wayne Sexton and Richard Sexton, both of Mercer County; a daughter, Linda Sexton of Midway; a sister Sarah Rowe of Harrodsburg; four grandchildren; several great grandchildren, and a special friend Betty Hubbard of Richmond. The funeral was held at noon Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Rev. James Thobaben officiating. military honors was in Blue Grass Gardens. Pallbearers were Ronald Hungate, Travis Mounce, Steve Sims, Mike Riney, Walter Rowe, and Harvey Rowe. Chris Byrd was an honorary pallbearer. (HH Thu Feb ) GILBERT LISTER Gilbert Loyd Lister, husband of Thelma Byrd Lister, Jan. at his residence on Perryville Road in Neveda. Born May in Boyle County, he son late James Loyd and Edith Plummer Lister. He retired farmer and a member of Deep Creek Baptist Church. He enjoyed gardening and carpentry. Additional survivors include: one son, Kenneth Loyd (Pamela) Lister of Mercer County; a brother, James Clifford Lister of Washington County; two grandchildren, Kenneth Loyd Lister Jr. and Rickie Dale Lambert, and three great-grandchildren. The funeral was at p.m. at Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Chaplain Gary Story. was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Kenneth Lister Jr., Rickie Dale Lambert, Hubert Turpin, Bret Royalty, Wayne Lister and Gary Tatum. (HH Thu Feb ) LAWRENCE HUDSON Lawrence (Sonny) Hudson, of Sunrise Shores North, widower of Mary Mitchell Hudson, Feb. at his home. Born Oct. in Boyle County, he son late William and Sallie Rogers Hudson. He retired engineer for Southern Railroad and a member of Burgin Baptist Church. Survivors a daughter, Joyce Underwood of Harrodsburg; two sisters, Evelyn Pierce and Helen Simpson both of Danville; four grandchildren and nine great great-grandchildren. He a daughter, Betty Hudson. The funeral was held at Preston-Pruitt Funeral Home. was in Bellevue Cemetery. Pallbearers were Lawrence, Douglas, Chris and Wesley Underwood, Charles Hagan and Gary VanGorp. Contributions are suggested Mercer County Senior Citizens Adult Day Care fund. (HH Thu Feb ) ROBERT BUTLER Robert Owen Butler, of Versailles, Jan. in Lexington. He was born March in Harrodsburg. Butler had been a clerk for the U.S. Postal Service. He is survived by a son, James Neil Butler of Lexington. There will be no services. Kerr Brothers - Main Street, Lexington is in charge of arrangements. Contributions are suggested to Hospice Bluegrass, Alexandria, Dr., . (HH Thu Feb ) CHARLES ALDRIDGE Charles M. Aldridge, College Manor, husband of Alice Florence Aldridge, Feb. St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington after a short illness. Born April in Garrard County, he son late Charlie B. and Mary Sutton Aldridge. He U.S. Army veteran of World War II, an assistant superintendent for Kentucky Utilities E.W. Brown Generating Station in Mercer County, a member Mercer Masonic Lodge # F&AM, and a member, school teacher and a deacon Harrodsburg Baptist Church. In addition to his wife, survivors include: two daughters, Pam (Dick) Koerner, Dayton, OH, and Jane (Gary) Bridgewater, Conyers, GA; one sister, Jesse Mae Gibson, Olathe, KS; four grandchildren, Alyson and Amy Bridgewater, Conyers, GA, and Sarah and Megan Koerner, Conyers, GA. The funeral was held at p.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel by Dr. Robert DeFoor. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were David Travis, Frank Penn, John Penn, Ron Crigger, Jeff Florence, and Ed Cigallio. Honorary pallbearers were Jim Gash, James Fitzgerald, Larry Morris, Ron Leach, Paul Hanks, Harrodsburg Baptist Church deacons and members Faith, Hope, and Love School Class. contributions are suggested Harrodsburg Baptist Church Life Center, c/o Harrodsburg Baptist Church, S. Main Street, Harrodsburg, KY. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com JAMIE BLAKE Jamie Harris Blake, daughter of Fred L. And May Blake of Mercer County, Feb. in Minnesota. Born Oct. in Lexington, member Gardenside Christian Church. In addition to her parents, survivors include: a daughter, Natalie Blake, of Mercer County; her sister, Lee Anna (Rodney) Becknell of Lexington; her grandmother, Mabel Blake of Florida; a niece and a nephew; three aunts, and three uncle. A private funeral service will be held Blue Grass Gardens in Lexington Bro. Claude Waldridge officiating. No visitation will be held. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home in Harrodsburg in charge of arrangements. SAMMY DEVINE Sammy Devine, Bradley Lane, husband of Linda Carol Sherrow Devine, Feb. Samaritan Hospital in Lexington after a brief illness. Born Jan. in Washington County, he son late Julius and Sarah Frances Montgomery Devine. He self-employed carpenter and a member Bruner's Chapel Baptist Church. Additional survivors include: a son, Brian Devine of Harrodsburg; a brother, Charles Devine of Washington County, and a nephew and two nieces. The funeral was held at p.m. Feb. Ransdell Funeral Chapel by Rev. Greg Humpert and Rev. Don Reed. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Kevin Devine, Ronnie Montgomery, Hilbert Mayes, Jeffery and Todd Pinkston, David Moore, David Abrams and David Peavler. Honorary pallbearers were Kermit and J. W. Logue, members of his School Class and deacons Bruner's Chapel Baptist Church. contributions are suggested to Gideon's International, Post Office Box Harrodsburg, KY. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com BILL HADLEY JR. William "Bill" I. Hadley Jr., Virginia Ave., Harrodsburg, husband of Loretta Rae Teater Hadley, Feb. at his residence after a long illness. Born Jan. in Winchester, he son late William Ingles Hadley Sr. and Edna June Palmer Hadley. He retired building maintenance engineer for IBM in Lexington and member Mercer County Fish and Game Farm, the National Rifle Association, the Single Action Shooting Society where he was known as "Rooster Red Bill" and the Harrodsburg Christian Church. He had served as superintendent of school Presbyterian church; was an avid gun, knife and belt buckle collector; former cub scout leader, and Kentucky Colonel, Additional survivors include: two sons, David (Kathy) William of Harrodsburg and Phillip (Denise) Douglas of Greensburg, IN; four grandchildren, Carla Picota, Nicki Wright, Staci Hickey, Loretta Rose Smith, Jacqueline K. Hadley and Austin Douglas Hadley. The funeral was held at p.m. Feb. Ransdell Funeral Chapel by Bro. Gary Story. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Mike Quinn, Jeff Fuller, Ray Roberts, Everett Smith, Sam Picota and Ronnie Walker. Honorary pallbearers were Ronnie Smith, Carroll Gritton, Bill Adkinson, Bobbie Riley and Arvid "Radar" Tackett. contributions are suggested American Cancer Society, P.O. Box Harrodsburg or to Hospice, P.O. Box Danville, KY. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com CLAY HARDIN JR. Clay Hardin Jr., of Cornishville Road, widower of Geneva Morris Hardin, Feb. Veterans Administration Medical Center on Cooper Drive, Lexington. Born Feb. in Garrard County, he son late Clay Hardin Sr. and Hattie Cook Hardin. He U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, a former maintenance employee of Brown and Williams Tobacco Company and a member Kentucky Trail Blazers. Survivors include: a son, Denny Clay Hardin of Harrodsburg; a daughter, Misty Clay Hardin of Nicholasville, and two grandchildren, Courtney and Shane Hardin. The funeral was held at p.m. Feb. Ransdell Funeral Chapel by Bill Ransford. will be in Camp Nelson National in Jessamine County military rites. Pallbearers were Wayne Beckley, Charley Brown, Robert Mayes, John Mink, Sheldon Nation and Bobby Perry. Honorary pallbearers were Wayne Noland and the Kentucky Trail Blazers. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com ANNA HERRELL Annie Lou Proctor Herrell, Pleasant Hill Dr., Burgin, widow of Oakley Herrell, Feb. James B. Haggin Hospital Extended Care Center after a long illness. Born March in Mercer County, daughter late Atwood and Hattie Smith Proctor. retired school teacher Burgin Independent School District and member Harrodsburg Baptist Church. Survivors a sister, Ruby Proctor of Burgin. a brother, Ralph Walter Proctor, and a sister, Christine Proctor. The funeral was held at p.m. Feb. Ransdell Funeral Chapel by Dr. Robert DeFoor, Proctor Riggins and Mike Hamby. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ronald Leach, Douglas Sanders, Curtis Bailey, David Sims, Bob Williams and David Woodward. Honorary pallbearers were Don Kestler, Frank Perkins, Pat Lear, Guilford Waggoner, Bill Patrick, Ernest Denny, Bob Thompson, George Brooks, Kenneth Kirkland, Dr. Charles Hatcher, Robert Webb and members of Mrs. Herrell's School Class at Burgin Baptist Church. contributions are suggested Harrodsburg Baptist Church or to a charity of one's choice. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com LYNDALL HOUCHINS Lyndall Elerd Houchins, Harrodsburg Health Care Manor, widow of Stanly Houchins Feb. health care manor after a long illness. Born July in Mercer County, daughter late Lindsey and Rosalee Trower Elerd. chief clerk E.W. Brown Generating Plant in Mercer County until retired in . first employee hired plant and was the only female employee for most of her career there. enjoyed fishing and member Harrodsburg Baptist Church. Survivors a number of nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. two sisters, Bonnie Coleman Blankenship and Kathleen McLawhorn. The funeral will be conducted at a.m. Feb. in the Spring Hill by Dr. Robert DeFoor. There will be no visitation. contributions are suggested Harrodsburg Baptist Church. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com The Ransdell Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. ELIZABETH PATTERSON Sarah Elizabeth Hopper Patterson, Ridgeway Dr., widow of James Thomas Patterson Sr., Feb. at her residence after a long illness. Born Sept. in Mercer County, daughter late Richard Walter and Lucille Davis Hopper. homemaker, a member and former president Civic Garden Department Harrodsburg Women's Club; a member Daughter's American Revolution, and a member Harrodsburg United Methodist Church where taught school. Survivors include: a son, James Thomas Patterson Jr. of Harrodsburg; a daughter, Mary Patterson Relaford of Harrodsburg; grandchildren, great grandchildren and six great-great grandchildren. two daughters, Betty Patterson Guthrie and Elinor Patterson Turnor. The funeral will be held at a.m. Feb. Harrodsburg United Methodist Church by the Rev. Jim Owens. will be in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Bradley S. Guthrie, James T. Patterson III, Thomas P. Guthrie, George N. Woolcott, James P. Wolfe and Danny S. Goodwin. Visitation will be from until p.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel. contributions are suggested Harrodsburg United Methodist Church Endowment Fund. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com MADGE TAYLOR Mrs. Katie Madred "Madge" Pope Taylor, of Louisville and of Mayo Road in Harrodsburg, widow of Horace Taylor, Feb. Baptist Hospital East in Louisville. Born Aug. in Washington County, daughter late George L. and Ora Kimberlin Pope. was an active and the last surviving member of Unity Baptist Church, where held the positions of church secretary and church treasurer. was an accomplished homemaker and cook. had worked for many years the Mercer County Senior Citizens providing numerous services for the elderly. Survivors include: two daughters, Katie (the Rev. Alton) Willoughby and Mary (Madison) Harris Jr., both of Louisville; a sister, Mrs. Mattie Cunningham of Harrodsburg; seven grandchildren, Roosevelt Jones Jr., Valerie Harris, Kenneth Jones, Madris Harris-Henry, Jeffrey Harris, Carol Jones and Jerome Harris; great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. The funeral was held at p.m. Feb. First Baptist Church Rev. Alton Willoughby officiating. was in the Maple Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers were Benny Yeast, Chris Short, James Thurman, Andy Harris, Johnny Cunningham and James Bryant. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations Alzheimer's Association, S. Limestone St., Lexington, Ky . Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home handled arrangements. JAMES TOVEY James Tovey, Martin Lane, husband of Pam Jones Tovey, Feb. , Ephriam McDowell Regional Medical Center after an illness. Born Dec. in South Bend, IN, he son of Helen Schosker, IN and Albert Tovey. He U.S. Navy Veteran Vietnam War. He self-employed chef and operated Tovey's Restaurant, Stone Manor Restaurant in Harrodsburg, for a period of time. In addition to his mother and wife, survivors include: two sons, Phillip Tovey of Indiana and Joshua Tovey of Harrodsburg; two stepsons, Casey Tovey of Michigan and Ben Smith of Harrodsburg; a stepdaughter, Tiffany Smith of Harrodsburg; two brothers, Gary Tovey of Mississippi and John Tovey of Indiana; two grandchildren, and one step-grandchild. There will be no visitation or services. The Ransdell Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. CHARLIE BAKER Charlie Andrew Baker, of Perryville, Feb. at Colonial Hall Manor in Shelbyville. Born Feb. in Mercer County, he son late William Thomas Baker and Mae VanArsdell Baker Devine. He lived most of his life in Mercer County. He self-employed carpenter and a farmer. He former member Perryville Christian Church. Survivors include: his former wife, Rosemary Bugg Baker, Perryville; three daughters, Janet Crowe and Tina Baker, both of Perryville, and Charlotte Brammer of Elizabethtown; two brothers, Forest Silas Baker, Marietta, GA, and Carl Baker, Danville; eight grandchildren, and three step grandchildren. Feb. Wilder Funeral Home in Perryville. was in Hillcrest Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jason Brammer, Kenny Baker, Bobby Baker, Carl Lee Baker, and Chris Gribbins. WILLIAM LESTER William Howard "Zeke" Lester, Riverside Drive, Feb. in Burgin. Born March in Mercer County, he son late William Hollis and Lucille Lester. He press operator for Corning and a member of Bruner's Chapel Baptist Church. He enjoyed gardening and woodworking. Survivors include: his wife, Marie Alford Lester; two sons, Dennis Howard (Kathy) Lester, Burgin and William Greg (Carolyn) Lester, Harrodsburg; one brother, Carlos B. (Hazel) Lester, Mercer County; one sister, Betty (George) Cook, Lawrenceburg; four grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. The funeral was held Feb. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Bro. Greg Humpert and Gary Story officiating. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Donnie Lester, Doug Lester, Kelly Lester, Walter Lester, Duane Lester, George Cook Jr., Clint Lester and Jesse Lester. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Heritage Hospice, P.O. Box Danville, KY . RICHARD MARRS Richard L. Marrs, Byron, GA, Feb. at his residence. Born in Mt. Vernon, OH, he son late Joseph T. and Elizabeth Hatton Marrs. He self-employed contractor. He former Methodist minister in Kentucky and founder Harrodsburg Christian Life Center. Survivors include: his wife, Patricia Marrs, Byron, GA; one daughter, Telly Marrs, Macon GA; one son, Wendell Marrs, Winchester; one sister, Marilyn Breshear, Warner Robins, GA; and six grandchildren including Nathan and Sara Gooch of Harrodsburg. A service was held Feb. Heritage Funeral Home in Warner Robins, GA. Contributions American Cancer Society, P.O. Box Macon, GA or to Southern Care Hospice, Northside Dr., Macon, GA in memory of Mr. Marrs. KATIE MILTON Katie Lee Milton, of Mackville, Feb. James B. Haggin Hospital. Born Sept. in Washington County, daughter late Irvin and Addie Bruner Hendren and widow of Henry Reid Milton. retired cook and custodian Mackville School and member Mackville Christian Church. Survivors include: one son, Robert Dale Milton, Bowling Green; two daughters, Pat Kolasa (Charles) Goodlett, Burgin, and Elaine Reid Milton, Nicholasville; three brothers, Gene and Reid Hendren, both of Harrodsburg, and Ray Hendren, Mackville; one sister, Mayme Baber, Harrodsburg; four grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. The funeral was held Feb. at Peter in Mackville John Kolasa officiating. was in Peters Cemetery. Pallbearers were John Kolasa, James Kolasa, Lee Searcy, Justin Kolasa, David Bottoms, and Harold Hendren. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Camp Calvary Christian Assembly, Camp Calvary Road, Willisburg, KY or Mackville Community Development, Main St., Mackville, KY . GENEVA MINOR Geneva Barnes Minor, of Perryville, Feb. home of her son in Bradfordsville. Born June in Boyle County, daughter late Dewey and Virginia Logue Barnes Milburn. widow of James Howard Minor. retired employee of Palm Beach Co. and also of Mercer Dress Co. member Alum Springs First Church of God. Survivors one daughter, Paige Belcher, Breckinridge County; one son, Wayne Minor, Bradfordsville; three sisters, Nina Carpenter, Springfield, Juanita Holderman, Harrodsburg, and Doris Turner, Louisville; nine grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren. The funeral was held on Feb. Wilder Funeral Home Revs. Keith Willoughby and Dennis Creech officiating. was in Hillcrest Cemetery. Pallbearers were Dwayne Holderman, Danny Holderman, Barry Smothers, Derek Smothers, Jamie Minor, Gene Miles, Kevin Riecke, and Wayne Hack. GERTRUDE McKENNEY Mrs. Gertrude McKenney, Deep Creek Road, widow of Edward McKenney, Feb. James B. Haggin Hospital. Born March in Lincoln County, daughter late Robert and Nellie Shear Carrier. homemaker and enjoyed working in her garden. Survivors include: four sons, John (Mary Jane) McKenney of Lexington, Ted (LouAnna) McKenney of Burgin, Samuel McKenney of Deep Creek and Joey McKenney of Salvisa; one daughter, Betty Jean McKenney of Corbin; five grandchildren, two step-grandchildren, and nine great-granchildren. a daughter, Bobbie McKenney. The funeral will be held at p.m. at Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Bro. Daniel Wilson officiating. will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Tony Best, Tim Shannon, Ted McKenney Jr., Bobby Carrier Jr., Gil Lay and Josh Lee. Visitation will be after a.m. until the hour of service at Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home. To share your memories or to send a message family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com. (HH Thu Feb ) REV. LEWIS SMITH The Rev. Lewis D. Smith, age Cardinal Drive, husband of Annie Ottis Jones Smith, Feb. VA Medical Center, Cooper Drive in Lexington. Born April in Salvisa, he son late Sydney and Ona Kurtz Smith. He U.S. Marine veteran of World War II and retired minister last serving Mt. Hebron Christian Church in Anderson County. He member Magnolia Street Christian Church and Kentucky Colonel. In addition to his wife, survivors include: a daughter, Nonta Miller of Steubenville, OH; a step-daughter, Donna Lunsford of Versailles; a brother Sydney Smith of Galveston, TX, and two granddaughters. The funeral will be conducted at p.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel by John Presko. will be in the Spring Hill military rites. Pallbearers will be Donald Smith, Richard Smith, Mike Peach, Harold King, Matthew Atha and Johnnie Hockersmith. Honorary pallbearers will be James Bowman, Joe Barker, Ray Prater and Earl New. Visitation was to p.m. and after : am chapel. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Feb ) FRED BUGG Fred Bugg, N. Main St., husband of Lula Mae Bugg, Feb. Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center. Arrangements are incomplete at Ransdell Funeral Chapel. (HH Thu Feb ) HAWKINS The infant daughter of Danielle Hawkins and Tommy Satterley, Waddy, was stillborn Feb. at St. Joseph Hospital East in Lexington. In addition to her parents, survivors include: her maternal grandmother and step-grandfather, Lenore and Kevin Goodlett, Salvisa; maternal grandfather and step-grandmother, Barron and Kim Hawkins, Waddy; paternal grandmother, Melanie Edwards, Waddy. The funeral was held Feb. at Fox Creek Bro. Glenn Corn officiating. was in Fox Creek Cemetery. (HH Thu Feb ) IRENE SHEWMAKER Irene Hays Shewmaker, Mason Avenue, Danville, Feb. Danville Center for Health and Rehabilitation. Born Sept. in Marion County, daughter late Edgar and Emma Pearl Tatum Hays and the widow of Prentice Shewmaker. homemaker and a member Gethsemane Baptist Church. Survivors include: one daughter, Betty Marie Cummins, Harrodsburg; two sons, DeRotha (Woe) Shewmaker, Danville and Tallmadge (Tuck) Shewmaker, Parksville; five grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren. The funeral was held Feb. Wilder Funeral Home Dr. Clyde Strunk officiating. was in the Danville Gardens. Pallbearers were her grandsons and honorary bearers were her granddaughters. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations Gethsemane Baptist Church Building Fund or Heritage Hospice. (HH Thu Feb ) FRED BUGG SR. Fred N. Bugg Sr., age North Main Street, husband of Lula Mae McGinnis Bugg, Feb. Ephriam McDowell Regional Medical Center. Born Sept. in Mercer County, he son late Dave and Lucy French Bugg. He U.S. Army veteran of World War II and a retired construction worker for Conrad Gibson and the McGlone and Taylor Construction Company. In addition to his wife, survivors include: three sons, Fred (Etta) Bugg Jr. and Jeff (Mary Jane) Bugg, both of Harrodsburg, and Wayne (Sharon) Bugg of Bloomfield; three daughters, Freida (Bill) Carpenter of Springville, TN, Gayle Yocum and Jean Bugg, both of Harrodsburg; a granddaughter who was raised as a daughter, Denise (Steven) Southerland of Lancaster; one stepdaughter, Joyce Devine of Harrodsburg; two brothers, Buford Bugg of Harrodsburg and Raymond Bugg of Elizabethtown; one sister, Hazel Dorsey of Harrodsburg; grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. He a stepson, Denzil Barnes, and four brothers, Garnett, Marvin, Marcus and William Bugg. The funeral was held at p.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel by Rev. Richard Easterling. was in Spring Hill military rites. Pallbearers were Chris Devine, Lee Bugg, Travis Bugg, Scott Bugg, John Bugg and Daryl Bugg. contributions are suggested Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Kentucky and Southern Indiana Chapter, Chapter Processing Center, Taylorsville Road, Suite Louisville, Kentucky - . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Feb ) LARRY COFFMAN Convicted Rapist Serving Years Dies In Prison A convicted rapist serving years in prison, part of which were from convictions in Harrodsburg, has in prison. Larry Ray Coffman, of Harrodsburg, Feb. in the hospital in LaGrange from a terminal illness. He was convicted in Mercer and Washington counties for the repeated sexual abuse of his -year&#;old stepdaughter approximately to years earlier. In he pleaded guilty in Mercer County to sodomy and rape and received two &#;year sentences to be served consecutively. In January he was convicted in the Washington County Circuit Court on counts of rape, sodomy, sexual abuse and intimidating a witness, according Springfield Sun. The jury recommended an &#;year sentence. Coffman was sentenced in Washington County to years for counts of rape and years each for counts of sodomy to run consecutively, and one year each for the counts of sexual abuse and intimidating a witness to run concurrently. The abuse started in soon after the victim's mother married Coffman. The victim was at that time and they lived on a farm outside Mackville, according to a story in The Springfield Sun. The family moved to Mercer County when the victim was . A few years later went to live her father who got her into counseling because was having nightmares. The woman went on to marry and have two children of her own. Several years later, according Springfield Sun, encountered Coffman in a store. was in her s and was accompanied by her daughter, a toddler time. He looked her up and down, then did the same to her daughter and said, "Hmm, looking good," told The Springfield Sun. The woman said that this wake&#;up call to her that if did not press charges against Coffman, he would abuse other children. (HH Wed Feb ) PLUMMER JONES JR. Plummer Mason Jones Jr., Harrodsburg, husband of Vivian Hereford Jones, Feb. VA Medical Center. Born in Lexington, he son late Plummer Mason Jones Sr. and the late Minnie Tucker Jones. He graduate University of Kentucky a degree in business and charter member of Kappa Sig Fraternity at UK. He captain in the U.S. Air Force, serving during World War II and the Korean War. He retired office manager for Franklin Pioneer Corporation. He former member of Central Christian Church, a member of Burgin Christian Church and a member Lexington Rotary Club. In addition to his wife, survivors include: three sons, Plummer Mason Jones III of Harrodsburg, Eric Roth (Peg Cornett) Jones of Morehead and Grover Cleveland (Laura Bell) of Ft. Worth, TX, and four grandchildren, Patrick O’Neil Jones of Lexington, Plummer Mason Jones IV of Harrodsburg, and Hannah Christine Jones and Casey Christian Jones, both of Ft. Worth, TX. He a son, Jeffrey Lee Jones. A graveside service was held at a.m. at Lexington by the Rev. Jeanette Lucas. Pallbearers were Plummer Mason Jones IV, Patrick O’Neil Jones, George Hellard, Lonnie Cope, Junior Dean and Lee Sharp. contributions are suggested to Burgin Christian Church, P.O. Box B, West Main St. Burgin, KY . (HH Thu Feb ) ANNA PERRY Anna Elizabeth Robinson Perry, Glensboro Road, Lawrenceburg, Feb. at Frankfort Regional Medical Center. Born October in Anderson County, daughter late Leonard Sanford and Bertha Gregory Robin and the widow of Sir Claude Estill Perry. homemaker and a member Glensboro Baptist Church where was one oldest members. Survivors include: a son, Carroll (Della) Perry, Louisville; a son-in-law, Charles “Port” Utterback, Louisville; two sisters, Marie Searcy, Louisville and Lorraine McKee, Vevay, IN; a brother, Orville Robinson, Florence, IN; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren, and a step-grandson, Randy Mattingly, Louisville. a daughter, Rosa Mae Utterback. The funeral was held at Gash Chapel Bro. Glenn Corn officiating. was in the Lawrenceburg Cemetery. contributions American Cancer Society, Moore Dr., Suite Lexington, KY . (HH Thu Feb ) MARVIN VOTAW Marvin Votaw, Mackville, passed away at : p.m. Feb. at his residence after an illness. A native of Washington County, he was born on July to John Thomas and Sarah Ellen Votaw. He a retired farmer and a member Mt. Zion Church of Christ. Survivors include: a son, Melvin (Donna) Votaw, Mackville; a daughter, Mildred (James) Baker, Harrodsburg; five grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. He his wife, Ida Belle Baker Votaw; a sister, Margie Semones; four brothers, Hester, Elmer, Lonnie, and Virgil Votaw. The funeral was held Feb. Carey and Son Funeral Home Bro. Kelly Baker officiating. He was assisted by Bro. Greg Bowen. was in the Evergreen at Willisburg. Honorary Pallbearers were Granville Moore, Darrell Baker, Steven Lee, Bruce Sims, and Gene Louallen. Active bearers were Melvin Wallace Votaw, Marvin Wayne Votaw, Jerry Wayne Baker, Anthony Baker, Ricky Lee, and Junior Baker. (HH Thu Feb ) HUBERT WEBB Hubert Webb, Mitchellsburg, in Danville. Born May in Washington County, he son late Leslie and Nora Bottoms Webb. He retired farmer and a member Beech Grove Baptist Church. Survivors include: his wife, Oneida Cocanougher Webb, Mitchellsburg; two daughters, Donna Poynter, Mitchellsburg and Rosemary Miller, Summersville, TN; three sons, Randall Webb, Harrodsburg, Mike Webb, Perryville, and Tim Webb, Mitchellsburg; nine grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild. He a son, Steve K. Webb, and a grandson, Rusty Webb. The funeral was held Feb. at Wilder Funeral Home, Perryville the Revs. John Watts and Dan Johnson officiating. was in the Beech Grove in Washington County. Active pallbearers were Tony, Billy, and Michael Paul Webb, Chris Renner, Wayne Grubbs, and Clifton Boyd. Honorary pallbearers were the grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Expressions of sympathy are suggested Alzheimer’s Association. (HH Thu Feb ) MILITARY RITES American Legion Post #, Disabled American Veterans Chapter #, and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post # conducted Military Rites for Rev. Lewis Smith at Spring Hill on Feb. . Those attending were: Curtis Sherrow, Gary Winfield, Lucian Landers, Tommy Denny, Marion Mershon, Tom Rappleye, Howard H. Howells, James Tewmey, and Joe Harlow. Bugler was Zenah Teater III and Army representatives were LCPL Brendon Frcka and CPL T.J. Brown. (HH Thu Feb ) MILITARY RITES American Legion Post #, Disabled American Veterans Chapter #, and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post # conducted Military Rites for Fred N. Bugg Jr. at Spring Hill on Feb. . Those attending were: Joe Harlow, Curtis Sherrow, Tommy Denny, Howard H. Howells, Marion Mershon, Floyd Shirley, Preston Burgin, and Tom Rappleye. Bugler was Zenah Teater III and Army representatives were PFC Timothy P. McDonald and Sgt. Matthew J. Osborn. (HH Thu Feb ) JAMES ALFORD James "Buster" Alford, Campbell Drive, husband of Linda Yocum Alford, Feb. at his residence. Born Feb. in Boyle County, he son of Ruth Rector Lamb of Harrodsburg and Gilbert Alford. He self-employed farmer who enjoyed gardening and family time. He member Salvisa Baptist Church. Additional survivors include: two sons, Jeffery Brant Goodlett of Harrodsburg and Christopher Lee (Krissy Goodlett), Burgin; two daughters, Elizabeth "Lizzie" Anne Alford, Lexington, and Cynthia Anne (Damon) Kelly of Harrodsburg; one brother, Joe (Scottie) Alford of Harrodsburg; three sisters, Teresa Lynn Angle of Arkansas, Rita Faye Phillips of Lexington, and Phyllis Anne (Cash Ray) Moore of Harrodsburg, and eight grandchildren. The funeral was held at a.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel Bro. Bobby Estes. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were: Jeff Goodlett, Bobby Reister, Cash Ray Moore II, Cassidy Moore, Paul Collier, Greg Collier, Danny Gunzalez and Bob Watts. Honorary bearers were: Daniel Goodlett, Tyler Goodlett, Dakota Goodlett, Alyssa Goodlett, Isaiah Kelly, Allie Goodlett, Chase Kelly, and Brant Phillips. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Mar ) GERTRUDE LOGUE Gertrude Frances Logue, widow of Henry Lee Logue, of West Office Street, Feb. James B. Haggin Hospital in Harrodsburg. Born March in Washington County, daughter late John Lee and Elizabeth Norvell Curry. had worked Mercer County Food Bank, member Bruner’s Chapel Baptist Church and charter member of Dixie Belle Homemakers. enjoyed sewing, and collecting plates and lamps. Survivors include: four sons, Marshall J. (Della) Logue of Nicholasville, Maurice C. (Hazel) Logue of Nicholasville, Walter Lee (Dixie) Logue of Mercer County, and Raymond D. (Loraine) Logue of Lexington; a niece and care-giver Betty Louallen of Harrodsburg; eight grandchildren, and nine great grandchildren. The funeral was at p.m. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Bro. Don Reed officiating. was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Dennis Sallee, Donnie Sims, Jonathan Ray Logue, Robert Vanover, Larry Thomas Logue, Dalton Curry and Billy Grider. Honorary pallbearers were Garnett Matherly, Hershel Votaw, Bobby Carrier, Eddie Horton, Michael C. Logue and Kenneth Wayne Logue. To share your memories or to send a message family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com (HH Thu Mar ) DAVIS KURTZ Davis Edwin Kurtz, of St. Bernard, OH, and of Harrodsburg, Feb. at Bethesda North Hospital in Cincinnati, OH. Born March in Boyle County, he son late Davis E. Kurtz and Bettie Brown Sallee. He served in the United States Army during World War II. He was retired from the maintenance department of Powell Valve Company in Cincinnati, OH, and member of St. Bernard Eagles Lodge in St. Bernard, Ohio. Survivors include: five sons, Arthur (Joyce) Kurtz of Springsboro, OH; Jeff (Pam) Kurtz of Centerville, OH; David (Amy) Kurtz of Lamont, OK, and Mike (LeAnn) Kurtz and Eddie Kurtz, both of West Carrolton, OH; four daughters, Darlene Kurtz of Westchester, OH; Donna (Johnny) Napper of Middletown, OH; Debbie (Ron) Harig of Virginia Beach, VA, and Mary "Libby" Sheets of Dayton, OH; two sisters, Betty R. Wells of Allegan, MI, and Mary (Jerry) Kurtz Person of Louisville; grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. One brother, Carrol T. Kurtz, preceded him in death. The funeral was held at p.m. at Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home. was in Spring Hill Cemetery. (HH Thu Mar ) LARRY COFFMAN Larry Ray Coffman, of Harrodsburg, Feb. . Born Jan. in Youngstown, OH, he son late Reval Jewell and Virgil Coffman. Survivors include: three children, Elizabeth Jewell Coffman, Larry Ray Coffman II and Stacy Rae Coffman, all of Mercer County; two granddaughters, Briana Logan Coffman and MaRae Ann Coffman, both of Mercer County; three brothers, Eddie, Ricky and Gary Coffman, and three sisters, Virgie Savage, Sue Ward, both of Mercer County, and Gena Coffman. was Feb. at Hall’s Gap Baptist Church Cemetery. (HH Thu Mar ) KENNETH NEAGLE Kenneth Howard Neagle, New Dixville Road, husband of Delores Della Cuoco Neagle, March at his residence. Born June in Boston, MA, he son late Howard and Rosie Lavoie Neagle. He retired federal prison warden, a U.S. Navy veteran Korean War, a member VFW, Knights of Columbus, American Correctional Association, a graduate of Boston College and the University of Wisconsin, and member of the St. Andrew Catholic Church. Additional survivors include: four sons, Kenneth H. Neagle Jr. of Bonnieville, W. John Neagle of Salvisa, James M. Neagle of Harrodsburg and Sean J. Neagle of Alexandria, VA; one sister, Beverly O’Brian of California, and three grandchildren. The funeral mass will be conducted : a.m. March St. Andrew Catholic Church by Father Joseph Muench. will be in the Camp Nelson National in Jessamine County military rites. Pallbearers will be Kenneth, John, James, Sean and Christopher Neagle and Bill Doyle. Visitation will be from until p.m. and prior service St. Andrew Catholic Church. contributions are suggested St. Andrew Catholic Church, Danville Road, Harrodsburg, KY . The Ransdell Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Mar ) FRANCES CARTWRIGHT Frances Robinson Cartwright, Nicholasville, passed away Feb. at Royal Manor Nursing Home after a long illness. Born April in Mercer County, daughter late Everett and Bessie Medley Robinson and the widow of Clay Cartwright. retired GE employee and an active lifelong member Nicholasville Baptist Church. Survivors include: two daughters, Wanda (Johnny) Masters, Nicholasville and Patsy (Bill) Burkhart, Haines City, FL; a daughter-in-law, Geraldine Cartwright, Harrodsburg; a brother, Wesley (Louise) Robinson, Woodford County; five grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren. a son, Eddy "Hoss" Cartwright; a sister, Trudy Logue and a brother, Wilbert Robinson. The funeral was held March at Betts and West Funeral home, Nicholasville. was held at Bluegrass Gardens. Bearers were Jeff Webb, Lee Shearer, Johnny "JJ" Masters Jr., Johnny Edward Masters, Scott Bugg, and David Teets. Special honorary bearers were Tyler Shearer, Michael Webb, Johnny "BO" Masters III, and Zachary Bugg. Donations are suggested to Hospice Bluegrass. Guestbook at Legacy.com. (HH Thu Mar ) ELBERT CONLEY Elbert Eugene "Gene" Conley, Kennedy Bridge Road, Lancaster, March V.A. Medical Center in Lexington. Born July in Bonanza, he son late Elbert and Grace Harmon Conley. He retired employee International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Army veteran and past commander of American Legion Post Harrodsburg. Survivors include: two daughters, Robyn (Keith) Long of Lancaster and Christa (Allen) Thomlin of Ashland; two sons, Roger Conley and Marty (Kim) Conley of Melbourne, FL; four sisters, Janie Conley of Lexington, Lillian Earlene England and Joann Russell both of Flatwoods and Patricia Denton of Somerset, OH; a brother, Bill Conley of Perdido Key, FL; and eight grandchildren. He a brother, Larry Conley. The funeral was held today, at a.m. at Ramsey Funeral Home and was officiated by Rev. Jonathan Ward. was in the Camp Nelson National Cemetery. Pallbearers were David Bruner, Jim Skipper, Curtis Preston, Rubin Brown, Kevin Ollett and Brad Minix. Honorary pallbearers were Robin and Jim Hinderlight. Military rites were performed by the Causwell-Saufley American Legion Post of Stanford. (HH Thu Mar ) TENNEL SANDERS Tennel Sanders, Hopewell Road, husband of Ethel Howard Sanders, March . Born Dec. in Dorton, he son late Edmond and Vina Burks Sanders. In addition to his wife, survivors include: one daughter, Kathleen Payne of Harrodsburg; five grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. He one son, Carl Loran Sanders; three brothers, and four sisters. The funeral was held today, at p.m. Marvin E. Owens Home for Funerals in Brodhead. was in Liberty in Pulaski County. (HH Thu Mar ) FLORA THOMAS Flora Lane Thomas, Harrodsburg, Feb. at McDowell Regional Medical Center. Born April in Garrard County, daughter late Mitchell and Annie Atkinson Lane. homemaker and a member Christian Church. Survivors include: two sons, Vivian (Bud) K. Thomas of Keyser, WV and Jesse Thomas of Carmel, IN; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren. The funeral was held March Wilder Funeral Home the Rev. Bob Bausum officiating. was in Hillcrest in Perryville. Pallbearers were Jimmy Denny, Russell Denny, Joe Denny, Tony Denny, Barry Thomas and Bruce Jefferies. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Gideons International, P.O. Box Danville, KY . (HH Thu Mar ) H. MAC VANDIVIERE H. Mac Vandiviere, M.D., Deer Path, Lancaster, husband of Irene Melvin Vandiviere, passed away March . Born in Dawsonville, GA, he son of Augustus "Gus" and Luna Castlebury Vandiviere. In addition to his wife, survivors include: two sons, Chris (Dani) of Harrodsburg and Martin of Lexington; a sister, Jeanette Tift of Albany, GA; and four grandchildren. The funeral will be held March at : p.m. at Good Shepherd Episcopal Church and will be officiated by Rev. Birch Rambo. will be in Lexington Cemetery. (HH Thu Mar ) EDITH ALEXANDER Edith Lovett Alexander, Harrodsburg Health Care Center, widow of William Myers "Jack" Alexander, March health care center. Born Dec. in Boyle County, daughter late John and Ida Milburn Montgomery. retired telephone operator for South Central Bell, a homemaker, a member Lexington Road Homemakers, and a member Immanuel Baptist Church. Survivors include: two daughters, Joyce (Stanley) Jenkins and June (Joe) Gerlach, both of Harrodsburg; one brother, Dan Montgomery, Danville; five grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. two brothers, Shannon and John Montgomery and two sisters, Betty Worthington and Mary Duncan Bowles. The funeral was conducted at p.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel, Bro. Morris Traynor, Bro. Harold Best and Bro. Greg Farmer. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were: Joe Noel, R. C. Robinson, Eddie Sherrow, Lloyd Phillips, Larry Curtis, Art Selvey, Mike Godbey and Ronnie Blackwell. Honorary bearers were: Jim Hampton, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. contributions are suggested to Gideons International, P.O. Box Harrodsburg or The Galilean Home Ministries, Inc. P.O. Box Liberty, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com CHARLES BARKER Charles Barker, Cane Run Street, Harrodsburg, March at his residence. Born June in Lexington, KY he son late Home and Georgie Scott Barker. He self-employed painting contractor. Survivors a sister, Jane West, Harrodsburg. There will be no services or visitation. The Ransdell Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. (Note: This obit, received from the funeral home was not included in the newspaper) JOHN BURTON John M. Burton, Inman Avenue, widower of Velma Clifford Burton, March at his residence. Born Oct. in Mercer County, he son late John T. Burton and Jimmie E. Wickersham Preston Burton. He retired farmer and member Bohon Church of Christ. Survivors include: two sons, Glave (Kaye) Burton of Harrodsburg and Donald (Carolyn) Burton of Hustonville; a half-brother, Billy Preston of Indianapolis, IN; six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild. He two sons, James E. Burton and John Craig Burton. The funeral was conducted at p.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel by Frank Preston, Gary Story and Don Burton. was in the Ebenezer Church of Christ in Mercer County. Pallbearers were: Eddie Burton, David Peavler, Harvey Coontz, Jerry Burns, Paul Preston Jr. and Jimmy Dean. contributions are suggested to Heritage Hospice, Post Office Box Danville, KY the Hustonville Christian Church Building Fund, College Street, Hustonville, or Bohon Church of Christ. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com BLANCHE HURST Blanche Glen Hayes Hurst, Cornishville St., widow of Ben C. Hurst, March James B. Haggin Hospital. Born Dec. in Grafton, NE, daughter late George W. and Minnie Hopkins Hayes. homemaker and a member Fellowship Baptist Church. Survivors include: three sons, Joe (Ruby) Hurst, Martin (Peggy) Hurst, and Condit (Judy) Hurst, all of Harrodsburg; a sister, Mildred Black of Harrodsburg; grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren. a brother, John Henry Hayes, and a half brother, Bert Hayes. The funeral was held at p.m. March Ransdell Funeral Chapel by John David Lane. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were: Joe, Martin, Condit, Paula, Brandon and Brad Hurst. contributions are suggested local American Cancer Society, Post Office Box Harrodsburg, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com JAMES ELLERS James Richard Ellers, Old Louisville Road, Salvisa, March at his residence. Born July at Wallins Creek in Harlan County, he son late G. W. Ellers, former pastor of Harrodsburg Baptist Church, and Mildred Caress Ellers. Ellers grew up in Harrodsburg and former member of Harrodsburg Baptist Church. He moved to Kokomo, IN, in . He served the U. S. Navy during W.W.II and Korean War. He attended Georgetown College and retired as a salesman. Survivors include: one son, Gary Ellers of California; one daughter, Gayle Ellers Hamm of St. Louis, MO; two sisters, Mildred Arens of Harrodsburg and Miriam Copp of Columbia City, IN; two brothers, Jonathan Ellers of Kokomo, IN, and George Ellers of Salvisa; two sisters-in-law, Ann Ellers and Dottie Ellers, both of Louisville. He two brothers William and Frank Ellers. A private funeral will be conducted at Shawnee Run Baptist Church Cemetery. There will be no visitation. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. MAYRON LOGUE Mayron Lee Logue, Deep Creek Road, Washington County, March at his residence. Born May in Washington County, he son late Hobert Ray and Hallie Cummins Logue. He was an employee of Red Wing Shoes in Danville, a member Magnolia Lodge # in Mackville, and a member Deep Creek Baptist Church. Survivors include: a daughter, Sandy Lanham of Gravel Switch; one brother, W. T. Logue of Harrodsburg; one sister, Ann Bugg of Springfield; eight grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. He a son, Jeff Logue, and two brothers, Thomas and H. B. Logue. The funeral was held at p.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel by Bill Eldridge and Hillary Claypool. was in the Deep Creek Baptist Church Cemetery. Pallbearers were William Powell, Paul Logue, Jeffrey D. Logue, Travis Bugg, Cleo Taylor and Ronald Bowen. Honorary pallbearers were Donald Logue, Bobby Logue, Buddy Logue, Russell Wayne Bugg, Jerry Allen Bugg, and Freddie Leonard. contributions are suggested to Heritage Hospice, Post Office Box Danville, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com MAYRON LOGUE Carrier Arrested In Logue Murder Vickie Lynn Carrier, of Deep Creek Road pleaded not guilty to murder in Washington County District Court following her arrest in connection the death of Mayron Lee Logue, who resided in the same mobile home as Carrier. Springfield police received an anonymous call from a female at : a.m. stating that Logue was hurt and needed help at his residence which is miles east of Springfield near the Mercer County line. According to a report released by Kentucky State Police Sgt. Pat Williams the Columbia KSP Post, Logue was found dead residence as the result of a stab wound. Washington County Corner Freddie Carey said he is waiting until results of an autopsy performed are known before issuing the official cause of death, but did acknowledge Logue had a stab wound. The state police investigation identified Carrier as a suspect in the murder. was located, arrested and charged murder and tampering physical evidence. is lodged in the Marion County Jail no bond set. A pre-trial hearing on the murder charge is set for p.m. in Washington County District Court. Washington County Deut Sheriff Lynn Davis and Mercer County Deputy Sheriffs Paul parks and Chris Edwards were also scene apparent murder and State Police Det. Bill Gregory is continuing to investigate the death. Logue was an employee of Red Wing Shoes in Danville, and member Magnolia Lodge # in Mackville and the Deep Creek Baptist Church. Among his survivors is a brother, W. T. Logue of Harrodsburg. AGNES ROSS Agnes Jean Ross, March Harrodsburg Health Care Center. Born Sept. in Washington County, daughter late Thomas and Addie Lee Oldham Ross. had worked at James B. Haggin Hospital, and member Harrodsburg Church of Christ. Survivors include: her brother, Loraine Ross of Harrodsburg; her sister, Julia Higginbotham of Harrodsburg, and several nieces and nephews. her sister, Margret Matherly, and her brothers, Ancsel, Wilbur, Charlie and Stanley Ross. The funeral will be held at p.m. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home. will be in Willisburg Cemetery. Visitation from p.m. to p.m. and after a.m. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home. To share your memories or to send a message family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com NORA WALLS Nora M. Walls age of N. College St., March at St. Joseph East Hospital in Lexington. Born Dec. in Mercer County, daughter late William Clayton Walls and Ella Mae Walls Rose. member of Fellowship Baptist Church, enjoyed movies and country music. Surivors include; five sisters, Betty Satterly, Nellie Riley, Ann Hardin and Roxie Walls, all of Harrodsburg, and Dorothy Young of Lawrenceburg; a step brother, Walter (Lucy) Rose of Nashville, TN, and several nieces and nephew. The funeral was held at p.m. at Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Rev. Jerry Browning officaiting. was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Roger Hardin, Danny Moore, Chad Hardin, Bruce Young, Gary Young and Darrell Young. To share your memories or to send a message family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com BEUNA VANDIVIER Beuna Kyler Vandivier, Harrodsburg Health Care Center, of E. Factory, widow of Garnett E. Vandivier, March health care center. Born April in Washington County, daughter late Royal and Ova Tyler Kyler. retired seamstress former Sportleigh Hall then Cricketeer Manufacturing Corporation in Harrodsburg and at Jonathan Logan in Burgin. was also a member Mercer County Senior Citizens, enjoyed doing crafts and member Harrodsburg Baptist Church. Survivors include: three daughters, Barbara Deakle of Nicholasville, Sharon Myers of Lexington and Linda Sue Vandivier of Harrodsburg; one sister, Gladys Ransdell, Erlanger; nine grandchildren, and great grandchildren. a son Bobby G. Vandivier. The funeral was conducted at p.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel by Dr. Robert DeFoor. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Donald, J. W., Kermit, Bill and Harold D. Logue, and Mike Vandivier. contributions are suggested American Diabetes Association, Bishop Lane, Suite Louisville, KY or Harrodsburg Baptist Church, South Main Street, Harrodsburg, KY. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com JANICE GUMM Janice Rose Gumm, Defries, wife of William E. Gumm, March T.J. Samson Community Hospital in Glasgow. Born May in Burgin, daughter late Valus and Elizabeth McCrosky Sims. retired nurse and a member Burgin Christian Church. Additional survivors include: one son, David (Lisa) Ross of Louisville; one daughter, Lisa (Michael) Clymer of Hardyville; two step-sons, Dale Gumm of Crestwood and Ernie Gumm of Louisiana; one step-daughter, Rita Dartez of Louisville; three grandchildren; one step-grandson, and one great-granddaughter. two brothers and one sister. The funeral was held March at Winn Funeral Home, Horse Cave. was in Defries Cemetery. Expressions of sympathy American Lung Association. LILLIAN PRESTON Lillian Curd Fallis Preston, Mt. Vernon, March in Elton after a long illness. Born March in Madison County, daughter late Clarence Russell and May Hunter Curd. retired nurseÕs aid and a member of Mt. Zion Church in Mt. Vernon. Survivors include: grandchildren; great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren. two sons, Phillip Tracy Fallis and William Russell Fallis. The funeral was held March at Lewis Funeral Home in Irvine Rev. Paul Arvin officiating. was at Shawnee Run Baptist Church in Burgin. RACHEL SUTHERLAND Rachel Elaine Sutherland, Fontaine Blvd., March in Hinesville, GA as the result of a traffic accident. Born Aug. in Atlanta, GA, daughter Rev. Alan and Elaine Moran Sutherland of Winchester. Rev. Sutherland is the supply priest for St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Harrodsburg. student at Manhattanville College in New York City. was an accomplished student and athlete and had participated in many charitable causes. In addition to her parents, survivors include: one brother, James Alan Sutherland of Winchester; paternal grandparents, Don and Alma Sutherland of Middlesbrough, England; materal grandmother, Edna Moore of Hessle, England, and several aunts, uncles and cousins. The funeral will be held March at p.m. Cathedral Domain in Beattyville the Rev. Stacy Sauls officiating. Private will be Cathedral Domain. Visitation will be March from until p.m. at Edgington-Taylor Funeral Home, S. Main, Winchester. Memorials may take the form of contributions Cathedral Domain, Beattyville, KY . CARL YOUNG Carl W. Young, Dixie Manor, husband of Brunell Sanders Young, March James B. Haggin Hospital Extended Care Facility. Born Aug. in Washington County, he son late Edgar and Bertha Best Young. He was retired as Mercer County Clerk after serving sixteen years, Vice President of State Bank and Trust Company for several years, a U.S. Army veteran of World War II, a member American Legion, DAV, VFW, a member Kiwanis Club for several years and a member Harrodsburg Christian Church. In addition to his wife, survivors include: one son, Ronnie D. (Jana) Young of Harrodsburg; two grandsons, Chris (Allison) Young of Richmond and Patrick Young of Columbus, OH, and two great-grandchildren, Collier and Mason Young, both of Richmond. The funeral will be conducted March at : a.m. in the Spring Hill Bro. Don Chase officiating. will be in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Rags Gritton, Jim Fitzgerald, Bill Lester, Carlos Lester and Dr. John S. Baughman, III. There will be no visitation. contributions are suggested James B. Haggin Hospital Building Fund. The Ransdell Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com HAROLD GOODLETT Harold Truman Goodlett, Cornishville Street, husband of Hildred Pauline Lane Goodlett, March at his residence. Born February in Washington County, he son late Thurman and Ruth Lillian Sanders Goodlett. He retired owner of Thurman Goodlett and Sons, a Kentucky Colonel, and a member and trustee Fellowship Baptist Church where he also served as a School teacher. In addition to his wife, survivors include: three sons, Gerald Wayne (Betty) Goodlett of Mackville, Lawrence Gene Goodlett of Harrodsburg, and Eddie Warnell (Allison) Goodlett of Harrodsburg; one daughter, Ruth Ellen (Rick) Curtsinger of Harrodsburg; a brother, A. E. Goodlett of Lexington; two sisters, Josephine Devine of Harrodsburg and Eloise Woods of Salvisa; eleven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The funeral will be conducted March th at : p.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel Rev. James Harley officiating. will be in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Thurman Gene Goodlett, Jerry Wayne Goodlett, Frankie Edwards, Dennis Morgeson, Robert Tate and Rick Moberly. Honorary bearers will be Connie Gillis, Tony Suaraz, Harry Virden, James "Frog" Railey, Gene Curtsinger, Forrest Devine, Tony Curtsinger, Bob Baker, Tyler Goodlett and Stevie Goodlett. Visitation will be after p.m. and after : a.m. chapel. contributions are suggested to Heritage Hospice, P.O. Box Danville, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com VINA BOYD Vina M. Boyd, of Latimer Heights, Danville, March at her residence. Born April in Harrodsburg daughter of Rachel Annelle Baker Collier of Harrodsburg and William T. Collier. had served as a waitress for Jerry's Restaurant and charter member of Grace Baptist Church. enjoyed crocheting, was an avid UK Basketball fan and member Moreland Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary. In addition to her mother, survivors include: two sons, Richard Todd (Teresa) Boyd of Hustonville and Earl Douglas Darland Jr. of Harrodsburg; one daughter, Martrisha Kay (Gerald) Claunch of Harrodsburg; one brother, David T. (Patty) Collier of Harrodsburg; one sister, Sandy (Lonnie) Sanders of Harrodsburg, and four grandchildren. one grandchild. The funeral was held at p.m. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Bro. David Collier and Bro. Barry Harmon officiating. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Joe Lanham, Blake Lanham, Mike Jenkins, Mike Maples, J. T. Thomas and Joe Thomas. Expressions of sympathy may be sent to Gideon's International, P.O. Box Harrodsburg, KY or the Moreland Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary, PO Box , Hustonville, Ky. . (HH Thu Mar ) CHRISTINE HOUP Christine Carey Houp, of Shakertown Road, widow of Virgil Houp, March Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center. Born April in Mercer County daughter late Andy and Laura Tyler Carey. was an employee Burgin Post Office and a member of Shawnee Run Baptist Church. enjoyed gardening, flowers and quilting. Survivors include: a son, Clifford Houp; nine grandchildren, and several great-grandchildren. one son, Edmund Houp; one daughter, Patsy Houp Webb; one granddaughter: Kimberly Houp; four brothers, William, Herbert, Frank and Omer Carey, and one sister, Hulda Peavler. The funeral was held at : p.m. Shawnee Run Baptist Church Bro. Lester Tirey officiating. was in the Shawnee Run Baptist Church Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jimmy Houp, Paul Douglas Houp, Eddie Houp Jr., Donnie Webb, Bill Erwin, Bobby Carpenter, Elvin Carey and Kenneth Carey. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. (HH Thu Mar ) TIANNA SIZEMORE Tianna Grace Sizemore infant daughter of Charles R. and Brenda T. Snipes Sizemore of Orlando, FL, was stillborn March . In addition to her parents, survivors include, a half brother, William G. Sizemore of Florida; maternal grandmother, Anna F. Snipes of Lawrenceburg; paternal grandmother, Dolores J. Sizemore of Decatur, IN, and several aunts, uncles and cousins. Private services were conducted at Spring Hill Cemetery. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. (HH Thu Mar ) ALLEN WHITE Allen B. White Sr., of Leonard St., Perryville, March at his residence. He father of Allen White of Harrodsburg. He served on the Perryville City Council for years and was mayor from to and mayor pro tem on two occasions. Born June in Boyle County, he son late Briscoe and Samantha Carpenter White. He graduate of Perryville High School and a graduate University of Kentucky a degree in commerce. He member of Perryville United Methodist Church, chairman finance committee and sang the choir. White deputy warden of Kentucky State Reformatory at LaGrange for years. He returned to Perryville to serve as president of Old Bank and later as executive vice president and director of Bank of Danville, retiring in . He partner in White Insurance Agency. He served in the Marine Corps in World War II during the Pacific Campaign. He member Harvey Maguire Masonic Lodge, Battlefield American Legion and founder of Perryville Rescue Squad and a member of Perryville Volunteer Fire Department. In addition to his son, survivors include: his wife, Bonnie Cash White; a daughter, Rebecca Cochran of Corbin; four grandchildren, and a step great-granddaughter. Services were at Wilder Funeral Home by the Rev. Doug Thacker and Gary Story. was in Hillcrest Cemetery. Pallbearers were David Cochran, Jason Monroe, Mike Lankford, Billy Price, Travis White and Scott Rogers. Honorary pallbearers were Bill Dishman, Darrell Young, Bill Barnett, Jim Sullivan, Tommy Young, Godbey Hundley Jr. and members of Live Wire School Class. Memorials can be sent Heritage Hospice or Perryville United Methodist Church Youth Scholarship Fund. (HH Thu Mar ) ARNOLD ADAMS Arnold Gene Adams, National Park, NJ, March in National Park, NJ. Born Jan. in Harrodsburg, he son late Andy and Gracie Harrison Adams. He self-employed telecommunication specialist. Survivors include: one daughter, Amanda Starr Adams of Junction City; three sisters, Geri Bradshaw and Mildred Stagner, both of Harrodsburg and Verna Stine of Burgin; his fiance, Karen Williams of NJ, and several nieces and nephews. The funeral was conducted March Ransdell Funeral Chapel Larry Moore officiating. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Mark Simpson, Eric Simpson, Laural Simpson, Shannon Rogers, Geri Bradshaw and Glenn Bugg. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Mar ) WILLIAM GRIMES William Grimes, Harrodsburg, March at his residence. Born Feb. in Jessamine County, he son late Leonard Grimes and Amanda Parr Gabhart and the widower of Wilma King Grimes. He retired self-employed building contractor, a U.S. Army Air Force veteran of World War II, a member of Shawnee Run Baptist Church where he served as a member building committee, a trustee, and School clerk. He also had been a board member of Southern States, he liked to fish and break horses as a young man. Survivors include: one son, William Ronald (Betty) Grimes of Stanford; one daughter, Martha Osborne of Sebastian, FL; three grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; five great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. He three brothers, Chesley, Leslie and Leonard Grimes; one sister, Ethel Devine, and one half-sister, Mary Elizabeth Gabhart. The funeral was held March Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Bro. Lester Tirey officiating. was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Billy Grimes, Brent Osborne, Bobby Marshall, Mike Marshall, Tony Devine and Scotty Anderson. Honorary pallbearer was Charley Robinson. (HH Thu Mar ) ALICE RUSSELL Alice Russell, Camelot Dr., Lexington, March at Sayre Christian Village. Born June in Jessamine County, daughter late Leonard and Maretta Warner Johnson and the widow of Condit B. Russell. member High Bridge United Holiness Church. Survivors include: four daughters, Phyllis (Robert) Turner, Helen (G) Turner, Mary Allen (Curtis) Drury and Wanda (Roy) Russell; seven sons, William C. (Inez) Russell, Romie Otis Russell, Roy (Wanda) Russell, Freddie (Nannie B.) Russell, Leonard (Betty) Russell, Robery (Sulvia) Russell and Ronnie Russell; one daughter-in-law, Ealine Russell; one sister, Ruby; one brother, Otis Johnson; two grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. one son, Wallace Russell and four grandchildren. The funeral was held March Betts and West Funeral Home in Nicholasville Rev. Ronnie Horton officiating. Pallbearers were Bobby Turner, Joey Russell, Allen Johnson, Kenny Drury, Ronald Wayne Russell and Wayne Russell. Honorary bearers were Kim Russell, B. B. Warner and the other grandchildren. (HH Thu Mar ) JEAN SHUMATE Jean Sanders Shumate, Old Frankfort Pike, wife of John Shumate of Midway, March at her residence. Born in Mercer County, daughter late Dan and Evelyn Sanders. retired state government employee, a graduate University of Kentucky, a member of Harrodsburg Baptist Church and attended Forks of Elkhorn Baptist Church, and a member of several historical associations including the Jane McAfee DAR, the National Huguenot Society, the Blauvelt Descendants and the Wyckoff Association. In addition to her husband, survivors include: a brother, W. M. Sanders of Harrodsburg. The funeral was held at Sunset Gardens Rev. Todd Lester officiating. Pallbearers were Dickie Mucci, Michael Robinson, Kenneth Sanders, Charles Robinson, Jerry Burns and John Mucci. Clark Funeral Home, Frankfort handled the arrangements. Contributions are suggested to Hospice Bluegrass. (HH Thu Mar ) SHERMAN SIRES Sherman Sires Jr., Boone Street, March James B. Haggin Hospital. Born Feb. at Alton Station in Anderson County, he son late Sherman Sires Sr. and Zula Elza Cox Sires and the widower of Bessie Mae Lunsford Sires. He retired security guard for Hallmack, Inc., a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and a member Fellowship Baptist Church. Survivors include: two stepsons, Charles Yocum of Muncie, IN and Sidney Yocum of Harrodsburg; two stepdaughters, Nancy Yocum of Harrodsburg and Eugenia Rogers of Anderson County; three grandchildren, and one nephew, Connie Carlton. The funeral will be conducted at p.m. March Ransdell Funeral Chapel Bro. James Harley officiating. will be in the Ebenezer Church of Christ military rites. Pallbearers will be Andrea and Jason Yocum; Cindy, Mathew and Russell Sims; Lonnie and Dena Cornish; John and Kain Rogers; Lisa Riddle; James and Michael Logue; Tammy Dean; Vicky Warner; Christy Hicks, and Keith Peach. Honorary bearers will be Kerr and Lavania Riddle; Ashton and Allison Logue; Jennifer and Hannah Baker; Charles and Sherman Hicks; Dustin Griffieth; Barry Slaven; Sarah Todd, and Ashley, Kayla, Devin and Mason Peach. Visitation from a.m. until the hour of service Ransdell Funeral Chapel. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com. (HH Thu Mar ) ADDIE WORLEY Addie New Worley, Holywood Dr., Lexington, March at the Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington. Born Oct. in Wayne County, daughter late Samuel T. and Laura Black New and the widow of Othor L. Worley. homemaker, a clerk for Superior Food Mart in Burgin for several years and a member Seventh Day Adventist Church. Survivors include: a son, Fred L. Worley of Harrodsburg; three brothers, Lester New of West Harrison, IN, Carl New of Muncie, IN and Cecil New of Louisville; two sisters, Ethel Coffey of Mt. Sterling and Geneva Kidd of Logansport, IN; four grandchildren and great-grandchildren. The funeral was conducted Ransdell Funeral Chapel Douglas Wesley officiating. was in the Hickman in Whitley City. contributions are suggested American Cancer Society, P.O. Box Harrodsburg, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Mar ) ADDIE WORLEY Addie New Worley, Holywood Dr., Lexington, March at the Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington. Born Oct. in Wayne County, daughter late Samuel T. and Laura Black New and the widow of Othor L. Worley. homemaker, a clerk for Superior Food Mart in Burgin for several years and a member Seventh Day Adventist Church. Survivors include: a son, Fred L. Worley of Harrodsburg; three brothers, Lester New of West Harrison, IN, Carl New of Muncie, IN and Cecil New of Louisville; two sisters, Ethel Coffey of Mt. Sterling and Geneva Kidd of Logansport, IN; four grandchildren and great-grandchildren. The funeral was conducted Ransdell Funeral Chapel Douglas Wesley officiating. was in the Hickman in Whitley City. contributions are suggested American Cancer Society, P.O. Box Harrodsburg, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Mar ) GLADYS COYLE Gladys Worley Coyle, Danville Road, Perryville, March at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center. Born July in Mercer County, daughter late Sam and Minnie Houp Worley and widow of Arthur B. Coyle. and her husband owned and operated the Coyle Funeral Home in Perryville which is now Wilder Funeral Home. was among the first female licensed funeral directors in the state, having received her license in the s. served as the first female delegate National Funeral Directors convention from Kentucky. was one original owners of Elmwood Inn in Perryville. Mrs. Coyle finished out the unexpired term as mayor of Perryville after the death of her husband, the longtime mayor, in . was very instrumental in the development Perryville Battlefield State Park and along Frank Rankin developed the Annual Boy Scout Trek at the battlefield. served on the Kentucky State Heritage Commission under four separate governors. founding member of Merchants Row Development Corporation and an honorary member Louisville Civil War Roundtable. served on various boards including the Salvation Army, American Cancer Society and American Red Cross. member Perryville Baptist Church and the Perryville Homemakers Club. Survivors include: one daughter, Lexie Hicks of Owensboro; two granddaughters, Ginger Greene of Owensboro and Dee Dee Yeagle of Lexington; Jim Gentry of Danville, whom reared; three nieces, Barbara Brummett and Mary Morgan of Perryville and Martha Gray of Burgin, and one nephew, Sammy Worley of Lexington. The funeral was held March Perryville Baptist Church Chris Brummett officiating. Pallbearers were Lloyd, Scott and Jeff Brummett, Sammy and Jason Worley, Jackie and Tylan Gray and Shawn Minks. Honorary bearers were Joe Tucker, Greg Robertson, Johnny Gentry, Roger Norvell, Travis Cochran, Charles Bond, Larry Webb, Steve Stephenson, Stewart McDermott Jr., Brian Williams, Stuart Powell, Jimmie Preston, Glen Decker, John Davis, King Pruitt and Mary Hamlin. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations Gladys Coyle Fountain Fund, Farmers National Bank, East Second St., Perryville, KY or Heritage Hospice. (HH Thu Mar ) REBECCA MAJESKE Rebecca Majeske, Talmage-Mayo Road, wife of Earl Clifford Majeske, March James B. Haggin Hospital Extended Care Facility. Born March in Danville, daughter late Clarence and Iva Mae Huddleston Shinkle. was past president Presbyterian Women’s Association, former member of the American Association of University Women, a life member University of Kentucky Alumni Association, a volunteer Mt. Pleasant Hospital in Michigan for several years, a former school teacher at an Army base in CA, an avid gardener and loved to ice skate. In addition to her husband, survivors include: four daughters, Suzanne (Dennis) Reinbold of Lowell, MI, Barbara Jo (Daniel) McGuire of Mt. Pleasant, MI, Patricia (Paul) Burberry of Harrodsburg and Elizabeth (Russell) Fimbinger, Marion, MI; grandchildren and one great-grandchild. a sister, Maona Eaves. The funeral was held March Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian Church Rev. Derek Baker officiating. was in the Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian Church Cemetery. Pallbearers were the grandchildren. Arrangements were handled by Ransdell Funeral Chapel. contributions are suggested Alzheimer’s Association, Limestone, Suite E, Lexington, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Mar ) WALLACE PARKS SR. Wallace “Wally” Atwood Parks Sr., Henrico Road, husband of Anna White Parks, March Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center. Born Oct. in Harrodsburg, he son late James Monroe and Marie Williams Parks. He member Little Zion Baptist Church in Burgin where he served as trustee and member senior adult choir. He retired machine operator and chemical supervisor for IBM, Inc. in Lexington, a graduate and valedictorian West Side High School class of . Parks veteran U.S. Air Force having served as an air force police officer from until and then remained in the Air Force Reserve until . He member Loyal Benevolent Lodge # at East Burgin and served as a driver for the Mercer County Senior Citizens. He current president Harrodsburg Lions Club, a Kentucky Colonel and a big University of Kentucky Wildcat fan. In addition to his wife, survivors include: two sons, Wallace (Marcia) Parks and Marty F. Parks, both of Lexington; one daughter, Jennifer Ann Parks of Lexington; three brothers, William Henry Parks Sr. and Charles Monroe Parks Sr., both of Harrodsburg and Lucian Edward Parks of GA; two sisters, Louise Phillips of San Diego, CA and Cora Parks Allen of Harrodsburg; seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He a brother, Thomas Dudley Parks and two sisters, Georgia Steel and Sarah Jones. The funeral was conducted March Little Zion Baptist Church Bro. Phillip A. Yates officiating. was in the Springhill military rites. Pallbearers were Carl Almgren, Norman Bartleson, James Dunn, Andy Harris, James Ray Thurman and James Milburn. Honorary bearers were members Harrodsburg Lions Club. Arrangements were handled by Parks Funeral Home. contributions are suggested American Cancer Society, P.O. Box Harrodsburg, KY or Little Zion Baptist Church Building Fund, East Water St., Burgin, KY . (HH Thu Mar ) CONRAD PEAVLER Conrad Peavler, Mackville, husband of Velma Clark Peavler, March Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center. Born December in Washington County, he son late Chester and Margie Warner Peavler. He retired farmer, a former Ford Motor Company employee, a member Magnolia Masonic Lodge # F. & A.M. at Mackville, an Army veteran of World War II, a member V.F.W. Post at Mackville, American Legion Post at Harrodsburg, the nd Airborne Association in Dayton, OH and a Kentucky Colonel. He member Deep Creek Baptist Church. He two sisters, Norma Hendren and Mary Emma Peavler. In addition to his wife, survivors include: two sons, Barry (Glenda) Peavler and Lowell (Kathy) Peavler, both of Mackville; one daughter, Beverly (Wayne) Russell of Harrodsburg; one sister, Modena Foster of Willisburg; six grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. The funeral was held March Deep Creek Baptist Church Bro. Fred Whitacre officiating and Bro. Bobby Logue assisting. was in the Peter at Mackville full military rites conducted by the Marion County Veterans Honor Guard. Pallbearers were Everett Lee Russell, Marvin Dearinger, Ezra Tatum Jr., Joe Russell, Carlton Shewmaker, Billy Yankey, Jim Powell and Joe Smith. A masonic service was held evening Carey and Son Funeral Home in Springfield Billy Riggs delivering the eulogy. (HH Thu Mar ) WILLIAM ROBINSON William “Ras” Robinson, Salvisa, husband of Helen A. Robinson, March at his residence. Born March in Anderson County, he son late James Harvey and Hester Humes Robinson. He was an Army Veteran Korean War, retired from Universal Fasteners, a former employee Perryville Battlefield, a member Salvisa Ruritan Club and a member Salvisa Baptist Church. In addition to his wife, survivors include: two sons, Michael Todd Robinson of Salvisa and Roy Lynn Robinson of Harrodsburg; two brothers, Rayford Robinson of Louisville and James “Red” Robinson of Harrodsburg; a grandson, William Michael Robinson of Harrodsburg; a granddaughter, Sarah Todd Robinson of Harrodsburg; and several nieces and nephews. The funeral was held March Ransdell Funeral Chapel Jason Clark and Larry Koch officiating. was in the Springhill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Larry Peyton, Steve Peyton, Danny Robinson, Chip Phillips, Ricky Bast and Charles Burkehead. Honorary bearers were Bruce Goodlett, Ricky Peyton, Clifford Wright, members of the Salvisa Ruritan Club, nephews and brothers-in-law. contributions are suggested American Cancer Society, P.O. Box Harrodsburg, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Mar ) CLELL CLAUNCH Clell Claunch, Pleasant Hill Dr., Burgin, widower of Gladys Peavler Claunch, March Harrodsburg Health Care Center. Born May in Mercer County, he son late Robert E. and Ida Bell Lester Claunch. He was retired from the Harrodsburg Post Office and member Cornishville Baptist Church. Survivors include: one niece, Ida Mae Underwood of Lexington and three nephews, Paul Claunch of Perryville, Clyde Claunch of Lawrenceburg, and Marvin Deavers of IN. The funeral will be held at p.m. March Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Bro. Bobby Logue officiating. will be in Springhill Cemetery. Visitation is from until p.m. and from a.m. until the time of service Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home. To share your memories or to send a message family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com (HH Thu Mar ) VIRGINIA DEVINE Virginia Mae Gammon Devine, Main St., Mackville, wife of Emmitt Devine, March Spring View Nursing Home in Lebanon. Born Sept. in Boyle County, daughter late Frankie Owen and Clara Blanche Goodknight Gammon. homemaker and a graduate of Mackville High School. Baptist. In addition to her husband, survivors include: one daughter, Peggy Devine of Mackville; a sister-in-law, Maxine Gammon of Springfield; a nephew, Dennis Gammon of Mackville; a great niece, Jessica Wright and two great nephews, Scott and Bradley Gammon. a brother, Leslie Gammon. The funeral was held March Carey and Son Funeral Home Bro. Fred Whitacre officiating. was in the Peter at Mackville. Pallbearers were Dennis Gammon, Everett Lee Russell, Jim Powell, Steve Nally, Mark Nally and John Osborne. (HH Thu Mar ) SUE LOGUE Sue Logue, Harrodsburg, widow of Arnold Logue, March at her residence. Born May in Sweetwater, TX, daughter late Marvin and Godia Gay Lagrone. former owner and operator of Arnold’s Florist and Greenhouse in Harrodsburg for over years, a former member Harrodsburg Women’s Club and member Harrodsburg Baptist Church. Survivors include: two sons, Stephen (Nina) Logue of Burgin and Michael Willis Logue of Lexington; four daughters, Linda (Jack) McGee of Lexington, Susan (Bentley) Lane and Sherri (Bob) Lewis, both of Harrodsburg, and Melissa (Jim) Hill of Lawrenceburg; one sister Mary Alice Franz of North Carolina; nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. a daughter, Laticia Logue, and two sisters, Jo “Nell” Gerbitz and Margaret Ann West. The funeral will be conducted at a.m. March Ransdell Funeral Chapel Bobby Logue officiating. will be in the Springhill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be the grandsons and sons-in-law. Visitation from until p.m. and from : a.m. until the hour of service Ransdell Funeral Chapel. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Mar ) WANDA PEAVLER Wanda “Jeannie” Peavler, Paper Mill Rd., Lancaster, wife of Garnett Peavler Jr., March Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center. Born March in Boyle County, daughter late Arvil Lee and Sylvia Marie Cox Adams. homemaker and enjoyed sewing, quilting, reading and cooking. had attended Grace Baptist Church in Harrodsburg. In addition to her husband, survivors include: one daughter, Donna Peavler of Lancaster; four brothers, Richard Adams of Lancaster, Donnie Adams of Harrodsburg, Johnnie Adams of Stanford and Gary Adams of Nicholasville; five sisters, Barbara Grimes and Carolyn Davis, both of Nicholasville, Joyce Phillips of Liberty, Stella Estes of Stanford and Elsie Johnson of Lancaster, and several nieces and nephews. one brother, Larry Glenn Adams and one sister, Doris Marie Adams. The funeral will be conducted at p.m. March Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Bro. David Collier officiating. will be in Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Richard Adams, Donnie Adams, Johnnie Adams, Gary Adams, Matthew Eaves and Devon Adams. Visitation from : a.m. until the hour of service Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations American Lung Association, P.O. Box Lexington, KY -. (HH Thu Mar ) WILLIAM SEXTON William Jefferson Sexton, Haggin Hospital Extended Care, widower of Lula Mae Jenkins Sexton, March extended care center. Born July in Mercer County, he son late Jess and Lillie Hale Sexton. He retired farmer and member Hopewell Baptist Church. Survivors include: two sons, James (Margaret Lee) Sexton of Harrodsburg and David (Brenda) Sexton of Lexington; two half-brothers, Elmer Young Jr. of Stanford and Marvin Young of Somerset; one half-sister, Irene Fields of Lancaster; a special friend, Frances Gritton of Mercer County; six grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; great-grandchildren; one step great-grandchild, and two great-great-grandchildren. He two half-brothers, Jesse and Bobby Young and two half-sisters, Dorothy Ramey and Mae Gerkey. were conducted March Ransdell Funeral Chapel Rev. Richard Easterling and Rev. Jerel Coffey officiating. was in the Hopewell Baptist Church Cemetery. Pallbearers were David, Donald, Dale, and Michael Sexton, John Hagman, and Terry Yates. Honorary bearers were W.H. “Boots” Miller, Aaron Gray, Lewis Sea, J. H. Whitenack, Dr. Richard Dartt, Donald Green, Carroll Sanford, Jack Woods, James May, Jack Murphy, Marion Inman, Hugh Pierce, Paul Waldridge, Jimmy Burns, Charles Keller, Earl Franklin Ransdell and Walter Delbert Reynolds. contributions are suggested Gideon’s Bible Fund, the Hopewell Baptist Church Fund or Haggin Hospital Extended Care Facility. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Mar ) MILITARY RITES American Legion Post #, Disabled American Veterans Chapter #, and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post # conducted Military Rites for Sherman Sires at Ebenezer Church of Christ on March . Those attending were: Joe Harlow, Curtis Sherrow, Lucian Landers, Tom Rappleye, Kris Stines, Gary Winfield, Marion Mershon, Floyd Shirley, Howard H. Howells, James Tewmey, Sgt. Hamilton Lopez and PVI Mark Dickens. (HH Thu Mar ) MILITARY RITES American Legion Post #, Disabled American Veterans Chapter #, and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post # conducted Military Rites for Wallace Parks at Springhill on March . Those attending were: Joe Harlow, Curtis Sherrow, Floyd Shirley, Tom Rappleye, Howard H. Howells and Lucian Landers. Bugler was Zenah Teater III and KY Air National Guard representatives were SrA Kevin Knight and TSgt. Jason Smith. (HH Thu Mar ) RAYMOND BUGG Raymond C. Bugg, Elizabethtown, widower of Sue Ella Bugg, March at Hardin Hospital. Born Nov. in Harrodsburg, he son late David and Lucy French Bugg. He retired plumber for Hayslett Mechanical Construction Company and a WWII Army veteran. Survivors include: one son, Ray Bugg Jr. of Harrodsburg; one brother, Buford Bugg of Harrodsburg and one sister, Hazel Dorcey of Harrodsburg. He five brothers, Marvin, Marcus, Billy, Fred and Garnett Bugg and a half sister, Mary Williams. The funeral was held March at Elizabethtown Gardens. Arrangements were handled by Brown Funeral Home in Elizabethtown. (HH Thu Apr ) DONNA EDGINGTON Donna Louise Edgington, S. Shore Dr., Culver, IN, widow of Harry D. Edgington, March at her residence. Born Jan. in Culver, IN, daughter late Charles and Claire McLane Medbourn. homemaker and a member of Wesley United Methodist Church of Culver, IN. Survivors include: four sons, Charles (Judy) Edgington and Rodney (Terri) Edgington of Culver, IN, Fred (Peggy) Edgington of Harrodsburg and Philip (Andrea) Edgington of Clermont, FL; one daughter, Sherrill (Tom) Fujimura of Culver, IN; one sister, Merilyn Herrmann of Culver, IN; seven grandchildren; one great-grandchild; four step-grandchildren and two step-great-grandchildren. The funeral will be conducted at a.m. April at Wesley United Methodist Church in Culver, IN Pastor Linda S. Craig officiating. will be in the Culver Masonic Cemetery. Arrangements are being handled by the Bonine Funeral Home of Culver, IN. contributions may be given to Wesley United Methodist Church of Culver. Letters of condolence for the family may be sent via the obituary page Bonine Funeral Home website at www.boninefh.com. (HH Thu Apr ) MARJORIE GREEN Marjorie Dotson Green, Chippewa Drive, wife of William Aubrey Green, March Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center. Born Aug. in Woodford County, daughter late Hugh and Maggie Tilghman Dotson. homemaker and a member Salvisa Methodist Church. In addition to her husband, survivors include: three sons, Donald (Mary Ann) Green of Harrodsburg, Wayne (Linda) Green of Lexington, and Frank (Dee) Green of Lawrenceburg; four daughters, Gaye (Darrell) Brock of Harrodsburg, Betty Ann (Jackie) Royalty of Lexington, Lois (Tommy) Logue of Harrodsburg, and Patty G. Green of Lawrenceburg; one brother, Hugh Dotson of Lawrenceburg; grandchildren and great-grandchildren. The funeral was held March Ransdell Funeral Chapel Jason Clark and Danny Wiley officiating. was in the Springhill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Louis Sea, Danny Brock, Kevin Royalty, Dale Logue, Bobby Turner, Monty McRay and Steve Sims. contributions are suggested Salvisa Methodist Church, Main St., Salvisa, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Apr ) VIRGIE ISHAM Virgie Lee Isham, Northern Goshawk Dr., Columbus, IN, widow of Leo Isham, March at her home. Born Dec. in Mackville, daughter late Samuel and Lillie Taylor Smock. was retired from Handmocker, Inc. in Lebanon where seamstress and former Bell Telephone Co. employee in Mackville. member of Bethel Baptist Church and a former member Baptist Church in Harrodsburg. Survivors include: one daughter, Roxie Russell of Columbus, IN; one sister, Edna Begley of Lexington; three granddaughters; one grandson, Harry Lee Harmon of Harrodsburg; seven great-grandchildren and seven great-great-grandchildren. three brothers and two sisters. The funeral was held March at Barkes, Inlow and Weaver Funeral Home in Columbus, IN the Rev. John McKay officiating. A graveside service and will be held at a.m. April at Peter's in Mackville. Memorials to Bethel Baptist Church. (HH Thu Apr ) BRIAN SMITH Brian K. Smith, Cummins Dr., husband of Serena Nichole Shewmaker Smith, March at his home. Born May in Harrodsburg, he son of Russell Gene Smith of Frankfort and Donnie Fay Yeaste Smith of Harrodsburg. He was currently employed by New Breed Logistics in Danville and former employee for the City of Harrodsburg and a graduate of Harrodsburg High School. He member Shakertown Baptist Church In addition to his wife, survivors include: one son, Blake Mackade Smith,and two daughters, Tiffany Danielle Smith and Brez McKinley Smith, all of Harrodsburg; two sisters, Terri Bradshaw and Sheri Gray, both of Harrodsburg; and his paternal grandmother, Elizabeth Smith of Harrodsburg. The funeral was conducted March Ransdell Funeral Chapel Rev. Kenneth Whitehouse officiating. was in the Springhill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Troy McGinnis, Mark Bottoms, Harold Herring, John Rector, Travis Devine, Travis McGuire, Wayne Hart and Chris Huff. Honorary bearers were Tiffany, Brez, and Blake Smith, Dakoda Herring, Adam and Darrick Gray, and Joey and Jared Holt. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Apr ) CURTISS WADE Curtiss N. Wade, Melbourne, FL, husband of Flo Wade, March in Melbourne. Born July in Harrodsburg, he son late John and Nancy Wade. He retired director of plant operations at Holmes Regional Medical Center in Melbourne, had worked for Link Aviation at KSC training Apollo astronauts, and retired in as a chief petty officer in the U.S. Navy. Survivors include: two sons, Duane (Tina) Wade and Kevin Wade; two daughters, Karen Wade and Tiffany McCaslin; one brother, Charles (Helen) Wade; two grandsons, and nieces and nephews in KY and IN. He one brother, J.C. Wade and two sisters, Maxine and Nancy Wade. services will be conducted at p.m. April at South Brevard Funeral Home in Melbourne. to Candlelighters of Brevard, W. Eau Gallie Blvd., Melbourne, FL . (HH Thu Apr ) ANDREW WILLIAMS Andrew "Andy" Devine Williams, Dixie Manor, husband of Anne Shannon McClellan Williams, March at his home. Born April in Harrodsburg, he son late James Price and Bess Devine Williams. He graduate of Harrodsburg High School, attended Transylvania College, the University of Kentucky and Centre College. He enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps in October of where he served in North Africa and Italy from until . He re-enlisted in and retired from the U.S. Air Force in as chief warrant officer assigned to Air Weather Service as a forecaster. Other assignments included tours of duty in Panama, Greenland, Germany as well as numerous duty stations in the continental U.S. Two years were spent in the Severe Weather Center in Kansas City, MO as a tornado forecaster. He professional member American Meteorological Society. After retirement from the U.S. Air Force, he became an agent the Metropolitan Insurance Company for years. He health environmentalist for the county health departments in Mercer and Lincoln Counties for eight years, helped to establish the Emergency Management Office for Mercer County and served on the Ethics and Zoning and Planning Commissions. He year member Mercer Masonic Lodge having served as master twice, member Oleika Shrine and York Rite Bodies. He also member Harrodsburg Rotary Club for years having served as president and secretary-treasurer. He lifelong member of the Harrodsburg Christian Church where he was an elder emeritus. In addition to his wife, survivors a number of nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. The funeral was conducted March Harrodsburg Christian Church Rev. Don Chase and Father Joe Muench officiating. was in the Springhill military honors. Pallbearers were Greg McClellan, John McClellan, Dr. Chris McClellan, Stoney McGowan and Rick Davis. Honorary bearers were Dr. Jack Hankla, David Taylor, Dr. Nick Dedman, Jack Springate and David Patterson. contributions are suggested Harrodsburg Christian Church, South Main St., Harrodsburg, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Apr ) HALLIE BEST Hallie Lee Coulter Best, Springfield, widow of Hubert Best, April Harrodsburg Health Care Center. Born June in Washington County, daughter late John Edward and Mary Ann Curtsinger Coulter. former employee former Cowden Manufacturing Company and Medco Center in Springfield and a member Springfield Baptist Church. Survivors include: one son, Harvey (Janice) Best of Springfield; two daughters, Marilyn (Carl) Curtsinger of Harrodsburg and Donna (Bobby) Cheser of Springfield; one sister, Anna V. Dearinger of Bardstown; eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. two sisters, Martha Shields and Dorothy Carney; two brothers, Howard Coulter and Ruel Coulter and one granddaughter, Marsha Denise Cheser. The funeral will be today, April at p.m. Carey and Son Funeral Home Rev. Earl Pike, former pastor New Hope Baptist Church, and Rev. Josh Jennings, pastor of New Hope Baptist Church, officiating. will be on Hill in Springfield. Pallbearers will be Chris Curtsinger, Andrew Curtsinger, Ryan Ballard, Wesley Sowder, Nathan Hoskins and Matthew White. Honorary pallbearers will be Wyatt Bishop, Landon Bishop and Dray Hawkins. Visitation from p.m. until p.m. and after a.m. Thursday. (HH Thu Apr ) JOSEPH BYERS Joseph Uriah Byers, South Magnolia St., widower of Bonnie Lindsey Byers, April James B. Haggin Hospital. Born March in Tennyson, IN, he son late Alvah and Eva Phillips Byers. He retired school teacher, former postmaster and a member Lynnville, IN Masonic Lodge # where he served as past master. He member Lynnville United Methodist Church. Survivors include: two grandsons, Gary and Larry Lance, both of Harrodsburg; two granddaughters, Janice Young of Lawrenceburg and Lois Watts of Harrodsburg; two nephews, Stanley and Bob Byers, both of IL; nine great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. The funeral was held April Pemberton-Bradley Funeral Home in Lynnville, IN. was in the Lynnville Cemetery. Local arrangements were handled by the Ransdell Funeral Chapel. contributions are suggested Lynnville United Methodist Church, East Third St., Lynnville, IN . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Apr ) WALTER CANTRILL JR. Walter Cantrill Jr., Mercer County, April University of Kentucky Medical Center. Funeral arrangements are incomplete Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home. (HH Thu Apr ) WILLIAM OAKS William S. Oaks, Lexington Rd., husband of Mildred Bryant Oaks, April James B. Haggin Hospital. Born Feb. in Bell County, he son late William U. and Maude McKeehan Oaks. He retired electrical engineer for Kentucky Utilities after years, a World War II Veteran U.S. Navy; a graduate of Tennessee Tech University, a member Pinnacle Masonic Lodge in Middlesboro a former member of Gideon International and a member, former elder and school teacher Morganfield Christian Church in Morganfield. In addition to his wife, survivors include: two daughters, Julie (Jerry) Graham and Beth (Donnie) Robison, both of Mercer County; one sister, Emily Catherine Howard of Miami, FL; four grandchildren; three great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The funeral was conducted April First Christian Church in Middlesboro Matt Robison and Steve Earl officiating. was in the Middlesboro City Cemetery. Pallbearers were Donnie Robison, Jerry Graham, Luke Robison, Daniel Crass, Alan Howard and Richard Howard. Honorary bearers were Rekha Crass, Nickie Robison, Elizabeth Crass, Will Crass and Izaiah Robison. Local arrangements were handled by the Ransdell Funeral Chapel. contributions are suggested to Gideon’s International, P.O. Box Harrodsburg, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Apr ) ELLA SHORT Ella Irene Robinson Short, McCouns Ferry Rd., Salvisa, wife of Carl Short, April Hospice Care Center in Lexington. Born May in Anderson County, daughter late Edgar and Tokie Drury Robinson. homemaker and a member Claylick United Methodist Church where taught school for the Beginners Class for several years. member adult choir and Administrative Board church. In addition to her husband, survivors include: three sons, Larry Short of Harrodsburg, Roy Short of Salvisa and Benny Short of McAfee; three daughters, Judith Egbert of Salvisa, Robbie Adkinson of Harrodsburg and Sandra Bowling of Santa Fe, NM; one brother, Jimmy Robinson of Lawrenceburg; one sister, Frankie Simpson of Bloomfield; grandchildren; great-grandchildren and two step-great-grandchildren. a sister, Edna Neimier. The funeral was held April Ransdell Funeral Chapel Bro. Glen "Pete" Gilliam officiating. was in the Lawrenceburg Cemetery. Pallbearers were Monty Short, Kevin Short, Terry Egbert, Chris Short, Travis Claunch, Brandon Short and Shawn Adkinson. Honorary bearers were Sherri Parker, Carol Wilson, Shannon Becknell, Anne Smith, Crystal Scott and Tara Short. contributions are suggested to Hospice, P.O. Box Danville, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Apr ) WILMA WELLS Wilma Edith Wells, South College St., April James B. Haggin Hospital. Born Jan. in Anderson County, daughter late Wade H. and Verna Edith Moore Wells. had worked at Newberry, Harrod Fashion, and the Old Fort Harrod State Park. member Harrodsburg Church of Christ. Survivors include: one sister, Orpha Wells of Harrodsburg; one sister-in-law, Frances Wells of Harrodsburg; one nephew, Ronnie Wells of Mayo; two nieces, Sue Satterly of Mercer County and Rita Isaac of Harrodsburg; five great-nephews and three great-nieces. The funeral was held April Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home James Hahn and Gary Bagwell officiating. was in Evergreen in Willisburg. Pallbearers were Harold Sutherland, Chester Gabhart, Bobby Bishop, Arthur Bradley, Genie Sims and Jackie Freeman. Honorary pallbearers were Linda Bishop, Toni Sims, Ruth Peavler, Scarlett Bradley, Christina Barrett, Judy Derringer, Ruby Dunn, Lou Parrott, Barbara Gash, Skeeter Reed, William Dedham, Dr. John S. Baughman, Charles Martha, Vance Smith and Donnie Pinkston. (HH Thu Apr ) WANDA BUGG Wanda Evelyn Bugg, Hustonville Rd., Danville, widow of J.H. "Archie" Bugg, April at Charleston Health Care. Born Aug. in Mercer County, daughter of Viola Elizabeth Sharp Landers and Grant Landers. retired telephone operator for South Central Bell and a Kentucky Colonel. member of Salt River Baptist Church. Survivors include: two daughters, Jane Noland of Danville and Peggy Webb of Clarksville, TN; three sisters, Dixie Logue and Norma McMurry, both of Salvisa and Barbara Brown of Burgin; three brothers, Charles Thomas Landers of Simpsonville, James Ray Landers of Linden and Lucian J. Landers of Harrodsburg; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The funeral was held April at Preston-Pruitt Funeral Home in Danville Rev. Melvin Holmes officiating. was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Christopher Webb, Jeremy Noland, Steven Landers and Gary Brown. Honorary bearers were members Telephone Pioneers. JO ANN DIETZ Jo Ann Dietz, New Castle, IN, wife of Joseph H. Dietz, April , Waters of New Castle. Born Nov. in Hustonville, daughter late J.T. and Effie Lunsford Bogie. member Art Association of Henry County, Henry County Historical Society, Henry County Saddle Club and the Muncie Light Horse Club. enjoyed gardening, animals, water skiing and spending time her family. In addition to her husband, survivors include: two sons, Michael Joe (Bonita) Dietz and Gregory Foster (Nancy) Dietz, both of New Castle; one daughter, Sherri (Darrell) Dietz-Ward of Harrodsburg; one brother, Alvin Bogie of Frankfort; one sister, Nel Davis of Stanford; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren and several nieces, nephews and cousins. one sister, Dorothy McElfresh, and two brothers, William Bogie and Hayes Bogie. The funeral was held April Macer-Hall Funeral Home in New Castle Rev. Fran Bullock officiating. was at South Mound Cemetery. Memorials are suggested charity donor's choice. MYRTLE DRURY Myrtle "Penny" Hazel Spaulding Drury, Kirkwood Road, Salvisa, widow of Robert "Bob" Drury, April at her home after a long illness. Born Nov. in Mercer County, daughter late Clayton and Ruth Brown Spaulding. former employee of Family Affair Restaurant in Salvisa and a retired state revenue cabinet employee in Frankfort after years of service. Kentucky Colonel, an avid doll collector and doll clothing seamstress. charter member Anderson County Christian Church. Survivors include: two sons, Tony Drury and Carson (Alexa) Drury, both of Harrodsburg; one daughter, Wanda Sue Jones of Florida; two brothers, Lonnie Spaulding of Lawrenceburg and Jessie Spaulding of Mercer County; one sister, Betty Stinnett of Lawrenceburg; one aunt, Dora Sears of Lawrenceburg; five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. four brothers, "Tootle" Tom, Robert, Allen, and Johnnie Spaulding, one sister, Nellie Sherrow and one grandchild, Jennifer Drury. The funeral was conducted April Ransdell Funeral Chapel Jason Clark and Jerry Perry officiating. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Steve Roby, William Gash, Jerry Goodlett, Mike Ransdell, Bobby Brock and Stanley Long. Honorary bearers were Susan Flora, Shirley Gash, Frances Brock, Rita Long, Mae Hamlin, Betty Harmon, Charlene Goodlett, Susie Cinnamon, Shirley Johnson, Beth Hazelwood, Gaye Brock and Judy Kays. contributions are suggested to Heritage Hospice, P.O. Box Danville, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com GEORGE LONG George Bradley Long, Talmage-Mayo Road, Salvisa, widower of Jessie Norton Long, April Corbin Baptist Regional Medical Center. Born April in Woodford County, he son late George and Vicie Hellard Long. He retired employee Bridge Gang for Southern Railroad. Survivors include: three sons, Jess Long of Corbin, David (Gladys) Long of London and Boyd (Corene) Long of Washington County; three daughters, Arnetta (Jim) Hendren of Louisville, Betty (G.W.) Barnes of Mercer County and Norene Baker of Harrodsburg; one sister, Juanita Baxter of Leitchfield; grandchildren, great-grandchildren and several great -great-grandchildren. He two brothers, Henry Clay Long and Ansel Long and two sisters, Nina B. Simpson and Mary Elizabeth Gaddis. The funeral was conducted April Ransdell Funeral Chapel Cleo Goodlett and John Hockersmith officiating. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jerry, Dennis Wayne and Glen Norton and James, Billy and Tommy Baxter. contributions are suggested to Opac Community Services, East th St., London, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com ZELMA REED Zelma Brown Reed, Louisville Road, widow of Maurice W. Reed, April James B. Haggin Hospital. Born March in Washington County, daughter late Milton and Susie Kidwell Brown. retired self-employed beautician and a member Harrodsburg Christian Church where former School teacher. Survivors include: a step-son, John "Skeeter" Reed of Harrodsburg; one daughter, Elaine (David) Settle of Harrodsburg; one sister, Mrs. H.F. Parker of Louisville; three grandchildren; three step-grandchildren; several great- grandchildren and step-great- grandchildren. The funeral was conducted April Ransdell Funeral Chapel Don Chase and Terry Morrison officiating. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Russell Cox, Franklin "Frankie" Reed, Billy Fredrick, Carter Cox, Dr. Rick Dartt and Stephen Reed. contributions are suggested Harrodsburg Christian Church, South Main Street, Harrodsburg, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com ALLEN SPAULDING Allen Eugene Spaulding, Claylick Road, Salvisa, husband of Geraldine Waldridge Spaulding, April home of his daughter. Born Jan. in Mercer County, he son late Charles Clayton and Ruth May Brown Spaulding. He retired carpenter Spaulding Contracting Company and served in the U.S. Army. He member Fairview Christian Church and the senior men's school class. In addition to his wife, survivors include: one daughter, Sharon Spaulding of Lawrenceburg; two sons, Ricky (Lisa) Spaulding of Lawrenceburg and Todd Spaulding of Frankfort; two sisters, Betty Stinnett of Lawrenceburg and Penny Drury of Mercer County; two brothers, Jesse Leroy "Fuzz" (Aline) Spaulding of Mercer County and Lonnie (Donnie) Spaulding of Lawrenceburg; three grandchildren and one step-grandson. He one sister, Nellie Sherrow, and three brothers, Robert, Johnny and William "Tootle" Spaulding. The funeral was held April at Gash Chapel Bro. Mark Wells and Bro. Harry Hebert officiating. was in the Hebron in Anderson County. DOROTHY TATUM Dorothy Louise Tatum, Haggin Hospital Extended Care Center, widow of Marvin Tatum, April extended care center. Born Dec. in Mercer County, daughter late Wess and Desda Stratton Parsons. longtime secretary and bookkeeper for the Freeman Auction Company in Harrodsburg, a member Harrodsburg Order of Eastern Star # for years and a member Harrodsburg Baptist Church. Survivors include: two sisters, Myrtle P. Cornelius and Gertrude Sheegog, both of Harrodsburg and several nieces and nephews. The funeral was held April Spring Hill Dr. Robert DeFoor officiating. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. contributions are suggested Harrodsburg Baptist Church Music Program or Order of Eastern Star in care of Joyce C. Sanders, McBrayer Drive, Harrodsburg, KY .Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com ROBERT TATUM Robert Tatum, South College Street, April at his residence. Born June in Casey County, he son of Patsy Byrd Schoebel of Danville and Ronald K. Tatum. He farm worker and a member of Fellowship Baptist Church. He enjoyed fishing and hunting. Survivors include: his stepfather, Richard Schoebel of Danville; three sons, Jamie Lynn (Carline) Tatum of Harrodsburg, Robbie Eugene Tatum of Danville and Ronald K. Tatum of Nicholasville; one stepson, David Bartley of Harrodsburg; one daughter, Bobbie Jo (Scott) Seinhauer of Danville; two brothers, Gary Dean (Vickie) Tatum and Timothy Lee Tatum, both of Harrodsburg; five grandchildren; three aunts and one uncle. The funeral will be today, April at p.m. at Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Bro. Daniel Wilson and Bro. James Harley officiating. Visitation from p.m. until p.m. at Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home. CARL JENSEN Carl Aggerholm "Swede" Jensen, USN (Ret) recently from complications following a fractured hip in Tucson, AZ. Born in Perth Amboy, NJ on Nov. Jensen enlisted in the Navy in . After serving three years aboard ship as a Radioman, he was selected for training the "On the Roof Gang," the founders modern Naval Security Group. He was commissioned during WWII and served in the Pacific as a radio intercept operator and traffic analyst. He was awarded the Navy Commendation Medal and Navy Unit Citation. His other duty stations Japan and Guam. Prior to his retirement in Mr. Jensen's last duties were the Chief of Naval Operations, Cryptographic Engineering. He then joined Lockheed Corp. in New Jersey for years as an engineering administrator. Survivors include: a daughter, Kathryn Jewett of Harrodsburg; a son, Carl Jensen Jr. of Bricktown, NJ; a sister, Emily Townsend of Westfield, NJ; four grandsons, and six great-grandchildren. will be May at Arlington National full military honors, following a brief service at Hines-Rinaldi Funeral Chapel New Hampshire Ave., Silver Spring, MD. Visitation will be on May from to p.m. and May from : to : a.m. at Hines-Rinaldi Funeral Home. (HH Thu Apr ) JESSE ADAMS Jesse Robert Adams, New Castle, widower of Eva Croxton Adams, April Baptist Hospital Northeast in LaGrange. Born Dec. in Henry County, he son late Bernie and Florence LaFollette Adams. He farmer and a retired employee of GE after years. He member of the Ballardsville Baptist Church. Survivors include: two daughters, Vickie (Joe) Ballard of Harrodsburg, and Debbie McKinney of New Castle; two sons, Donald Ray Adams and Earl Wayne Adams, both of LaGrange; two sisters, Edith Adams Tennill of New Castle, and Gladys Bramblett of Pleasureville; one brother, Thomas Adams of Corydon, IN; grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. He two sisters and three brothers. The funeral will be today, at a.m. Prewitt Funeral Home in New Castle Rev. Tommy Purvis, pastor Ballardsville Baptist Church and Rev. Michael Duncan, pastor Eminence Baptist Church, officiating. will be in Eminence Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Jeff, Brian, Buster and Tony Adams, Robbie Ballard and Josh McKinney. Honorary bearers will be Kim and Lance Hall, Laney, Staci and Maddie Bast, Donna and Aaron Smith, Holly Derossett, Beth and Taylor Bustle, Brandy Whitehouse and Lori Adams. Contributions may be given Ballardsville Baptist Church, South Highway Crestwood, KY or WHAS Crusade for Children, P.O. Box Louisville, KY . (HH Thu Apr ) LEEANNA JOHNSON Leeanna Isaacs Johnson, Keenon Road, widow of Preston Johnson, April at St. Joseph Hospital. Born Nov. in Madison County, daughter late Jake and Betty Seenters Isaacs. homemaker and the head cook for the YMCA Camp Daniel Boone. attended Bethel Baptist Church and the Bethel Baptist Church school. Survivors include: three sons, Jesse J. (Rita) Johnson of Harrodsburg, Steven Earl (Debbie) Johnson and Bobby Dion (Mary Ann) Johnson, both of Garrard County; three daughters, Sarah E. Mills and Deeannette (Vince) Coulter, both of Harrodsburg, and Lola Jean (Sherman) Peel of Garrard County; one sister, Ann Hackworth of Winchester; two brothers, Earl (Louise) Isaacs and Frank Isaacs, both of Winchester; grandchildren; great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. The funeral was held April at Hager and Cundiff Funeral Home Rev. Jack Geurin officiating. was in the Johnson family in Spears. Pallbearers were Andrew Mills, Eric Harmon, Russell Johnson, Cody Poor, Chris Peters and David Fisher. Honorary bearers were Justin Johnson, Mark Coulter, Mike Jones, Michael Mills and Joseph Michael Humphrey Jr. (HH Thu Apr ) EARL G. MOORE JR. Earl G. Moore Jr., Louisville Road, husband of Christa Lois Johnson Moore, April University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center. Born March in Woodford County, he son late Earl Griggs and Enola Foley Moore. He graduate University of Kentucky College of Agriculture and a member Mercer County Farm Bureau. He member and deacon Carpenter's Christian Church of Harrodsburg. Survivors include: three daughters, Lori M. Mendoza of Lexington, Lisa Ellen (Jimmy "Yogi") Yeager of Salvisa, and Lucinda (Shane) Travillian of Harrodsburg; one sister, Dorothy (Charles) Hays of Pearland, TX; seven grandchildren, Nickie, Buddy, Danni and Staci Yeager, Jason and Jesse Logue, and Ryan Mendoza, and several nieces and nephews. The funeral was conducted April Ransdell Funeral Chapel Greg Warren and Don Hill officiating. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were William Earl Yeager, Jason and Jesse Logue, Walter Wayne, Bruce Noel, Maurice Baker, Charles Hays and Hershel Votaw. Honorary bearers were Glen Devine, Hughes Jones, Marion Ray Inman, Larry Camic, Ed Moore, Ed Moore Jr., Russell Foley and The Spirit Lifters. contributions are suggested Carpenter's Christian Church Building Fund. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Apr ) MARJORIE NEAL Marjorie Jean Neal, Harrodsburg Health Care Center, April center. Born July in Woodford County, daughter late Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Wilkins. retired housekeeper Harrodsburg Health Care Center. Survivors include: one son, Charles Edward Neal of Lexington; two daughters, Nancy Huff of Lexington and Tommie Gilvin of Salvisa; five grandchildren; three step grandchildren, and ten great grandchildren. The funeral will be April at a.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel Jack Geurin officiating. will be in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Wesley Gilvin, Chad Gilvin, Dustin Keeling, Jason Devine, Matt Horn, and Josh Gilvin. Visitation from until p.m. and after : a.m. chapel. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Apr ) MINA PERLOW Mina Rae Jones Perlow, Downers Grove, IL, wife of Gilbert J. Perlow, April at her home. Born July in Harrodsburg, daughter late Samuel Beriah and Violet Carter Jones. attended Centre College in Danville and graduated in the class of . received an AB Degree and Phi Beta Kappa recipient. received an MA Degree from Pennsylvania State University and her PhD in Chemistry from the University of Chicago. During World War II worked War Production Board in Washington, D.C., and after the war worked for Mossbauer Effect at Argonne National Laboratory near Downers Grove, IL. was active in the League of Women Voters and was an enthusiastic sailor. The Perlows recently celebrated their rd wedding anniversary. Survivors include: one brother, David C. Jones of Harrodsburg, and three generations of nieces, nephews, and cousins. five sisters and one brother. The funeral will be April at : pm Ransdell Funeral Chapel Dr. J. Robert Ross officiating. will be in the Spring Hill Cemetery. contributions are suggested to Centre College or charity of one's choice. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Apr ) BOBBY PIKE Bobby Keith Pike, Windy Way, Mackville, husband of Geraldine Hammons Pike, April at his home after a long illness. Born April in Washington County, he son late Claude and Eva L. Smock Pike. He retired employee of Cudahy Packing Company in Harrodsburg and farmer. He member of Deep Creek Baptist Church. Survivors include: three sons, Ricky (Nancy) Pike and Larry (Edith) Pike, both of Washington County, and Barry (Cheri) Pike of Harrodsburg; two brothers, Jim and Glenn Pike, both of Washington County; one sister, Mildred Lister, six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. He four brothers, Walter, Kenneth, Donald and Billy Pike and one sister, Wilma P. Hilbert. The funeral was conducted April Ransdell Funeral Chapel Daniel Wilson and Bobby Logue officiating. was in the Deep Creek Baptist Church Cemetery. Pallbearers were Gary, Matthew, John and Warren Lee Pike, John Collins Randy Adams, Jason Pike and Dale Keith Hilbert. contributions are suggested American Cancer Society, P.O. Box Harrodsburg, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Apr ) CANDY WAGNER Candy Lane Wagner, Marimon Avenue, April University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center in Lexington. Born Sept. in Middleton, OH, daughter of Wanda Faye Byrd Morrison of Apple Valley, CA and Samuel Lane Morrison. homemaker and a member Danville First Church of God. Survivors include: two sons, Dorsey (Hayley) Wagner of Richmond and Joshua Wagner of Harrodsburg; one daughter, Alisha Wagner of Harrodsburg; two brothers, Scott Morrison of Willisburg and Sam Morrison of Fullerton, CA, and one sister, Angie Mefford of Ventura, CA and her fiancé, Ernie Meeks of Harrodsburg. The funeral was held April Hazel Green Cemetery. Arrangements were handled by the Ransdell Funeral Chapel. contributions are suggested American Diabetes Association, Bishop Lane, Suite Louisville, KY or Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates (KODA), Regency Road, Suite Lexington, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Apr ) HARLAN WALLS Harlan Wayne Walls, Burgin, husband of Dixie Belle McRay Walls, April Ephriam McDowell Regional Medical Center. Born April in Mercer County, he son late Harlan and Anna Laura Keeling Walls. He shipping department employee for North American Phillips Lighting Corporation in Danville, a U.S. Navy veteran, a member National Rifle Association and a member American Legion. Survivors include: three daughters, Melody Anne Woods and Stephanie Carol Proctor, both of Burgin, and Christal Wayne Darland of Harrodsburg; one sister, Peggy Anne Lucas of Burgin, and five grandchildren, Andrew Curtsinger, Stuart and Nichole Woods, and Taylor and Colton Darland. The funeral was conducted April Ransdell Funeral Chapel Bro. John Hockersmith officiating. contributions are suggested to one's favorite charity. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Apr ) VERDA WILLIAMS Verda Maxine Bowman Williams, Simpsonville, widow of Walter B. Williams, April at her home following an illness. Born Oct. in Pomeryton, daughter late William T. and Iva Dorothy Lane Bowman. homemaker and devoted her life to raising her children. Baptist by faith. Survivors include: five daughters, Carolyn "Sis" Rucker of Shelbyville, Norma Lee Morris of Eminence, Brenda Ried of Simpsonville, Bonnie Watson of New Castle and Linda Fraley of Cropper; five sons, Donald Williams of Port Royal, Doug Williams of Harrodsburg, Randy Williams of Shelbyville, Ralph Williams of Bethlehem and Jimmy Williams of Pendleton; one sister, Hazel Sweeney of Lexington; two brothers, John Bowman of Jeffersonville and Buford Bowman of Wellington; grandchildren, great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. one son, Denny Williams and two granddaughters, Tammy and Connie Carpenter. The funeral was held April at Grove Hill Chapel in Shelbyville Pastor Bill Taylor officiating. was in Grove Hill Cemetery. Arrangements were handled by Webb Funeral Home in Shelbyville. Online condolences may be expressed at www.webbfuneralhome.com. (HH Thu Apr ) FANNIE BOTTOM Fannie Lou Milburn Bottom, Perryville, widow of Ray Bottom, April in Danville. Born March in Washington County, daughter late Thomas and Mattie Reynolds Milburn. Mrs. Bottom and her husband owned and operated the Viaduct Grocery in Danville. private duty sitter and also worked as a receptionist Wilder Funeral Home in Perryville and Helm and Reynolds Realty. member Salt River Baptist Church. Survivors include: three sons, Kenneth Bottom of Danville, and Harvey and Ronnie Bottom of Perryville; three sisters, Elizabeth Masters of Springfield, Shirley Monhollon of Louisville, and Sue Howard of Erlanger; two brothers, Thomas Milburn Jr. of Louisville and Alben Milburn of IN; eight grandchildren; great-children and one great-great-grandchild. The funeral was held April at Wilder Funeral Home Revs. Bob Milburn and Bob Bausum officiating. was in Hillcrest Cemetery. Pallbearers were Kenneth Bottom Jr., Scott Bottom, Ronnie Bottom Jr., Ted Hodge, Scott Preston, Duane Bell and Greg Wilson. Honorary bearers were the great-grandsons and great-granddaughters. Expressions of sympathy Gideons International. (HH Thu Apr ) RUTH DAVIS Ruth Kurtz Davis, Lexington Road, widow of A.B. Davis, April , Harrodsburg Health Care Center. Born May in Mercer County, daughter late Clarence and Nora Voorhies Kurtz. former nurses' assistant and had been a volunteer at Harrodsburg Health Care Center. member of Harrodsburg Baptist Church where had taught School for years, had been a choir member, and had worked in missions. enjoyed collecting cups and saucers. Survivors include: two brothers, Clarence Kurtz and Jeff Kurtz, both of Harrodsburg, and several nieces and nephews. one son, Dennis Davis; one brother, Alvin Kurtz, and five sisters, Jessie Kurtz Sims, Hazel Sims, Margaret Tumey, Naomi Rhea Kurtz, and Mary Louise Carter. The funeral was held April Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Dr. Robert DeFoor officiating. was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were her nephews. (HH Thu Apr ) ARGO DEAN Argo Dean, Cooke Avenue, widower of Martha Hardin Dean, April , Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington. Born May in Mercer County, he son late Marshall and Minnie Woods Dean. He retired farmer, a U.S. Army Veteran of WWII, and a member American Legion. He member Bohon Christian Church. Survivors include: two daughters, Nora Gayle Dean and Phyllis Ann Devine, both of Harrodsburg; one brother, James Osborne Dean of Harrodsburg, and two grandchildren, Scott and Cindy Devine. He a son, Argo Harrison Dean. The funeral will be today, at p.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel Dr. J.B. Gilliam officiating. will be in the Spring Hill military rites. Pallbearers will be Scott Devine, Allen Hardin, Louis Dean, Lynn Logue, Ed. King, Fred Anderson and Larry Wilham. Visitation after : a.m. chapel. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Apr ) MARIE LESTER Marie Alford Lester, Riverside Drive, widow of William Howard Lester, April at her residence. Born April in Mercer County, daughter late Clinton and Sadie Miller Alford. homemaker. member of Bruner's Chapel Baptist Church. enjoyed quilting, canning, reading, and playing bingo. Survivors include: two sons, Dennis H. (Kathy) Lester of Burgin, and William Gregory (Carolyn) Lester of Harrodsburg; one sister, Nancy McElfresh of Danville, and three brothers, Bill Alford of NY, Robert Alford of Harrodsburg, and John Alford of Lexington; four grandchildren, five great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be April at a.m. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Bro. Greg Humpert officiating. will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be from until p.m. and after a.m. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Heritage Hospice, P.O. Box Danville, KY . To share your memories or to send a message family, please visit www.alexanderandroyalty.com (HH Thu Apr ) ROBERT J. MANHART Robert J. "Bobo" Manhart, April . He was born Oct. . He professional horse trainer of three gated, five gated, stunt, race and his favorite, Texas cutting horses. He also trained circus animals. He Hollywood stuntman, polo enthusiast who played Prince Charles, blacksmith, and he dealt art and antiques. His love of horses brought him to Harrodsburg. He member of Bruner's Chapel Baptist Church. Survivors include: two brothers, William Manhart of Chicago, IL and Yoshi Manhart, and one nephew, Todd Manhart. Arrangements were handled by the Cremation Society of Illinois. In lieu of flowers, it is requested that donations be made to Bruner's Chapel Baptist Church. (HH Thu Apr ) VIRGINIA RUSSELL Virginia Joy Russell, Burgin, wife of John Shelby Russell, April at her residence. Born, June in Burgin, daughter late Nathan and Rettie Satterly Sims Sr. retired Mercer Dress employee and baby sitter. member Burgin Christian Church. In addition to her husband, survivors include: two sons, Nathan Lynn (Michelle) Russell of Harrodsburg, and Tony Dewayne (Kyongyi) Russell of MI; two brothers, David Sims and Nathan Sims Jr., both of Burgin, and three grandchildren. The funeral was held April at Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Jeanette Lucas, Kenny Speaks and Mike Conover officiating. was in Burgin Gardens. Pallbearers were Bob Vanarsdale, Guy Harris, Bud Vanarsdale, Donnie Montgomery, Donnie Duncan and John Powell. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations Burgin Christian Church, West Main St., Burgin, KY . To share your memories or to send a message family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com. (HH Thu Apr ) MONTIE CLAUNCH Montie Burton Claunch, Talmage-Mayo Road, May at his home. Born Oct. in Harrodsburg, he son of Magistrate J.B Claunch and Jean Claunch. He graduate of Mercer County High School. He supervisor of roadside maintenance for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, a volunteer fireman for the Terrapin Fire Department for years and a member Bluegrass Horse Pullers Association. He enjoyed antique automobiles and was an avid Kentucky basketball and Cincinnati Reds baseball fan. He member of the Mt. Hebron United Methodist Church. Survivors include: two brothers, Kevin (Donna) Claunch and Gerald (Trish) Claunch, both of Mercer County; one nephew; four nieces, and one great-nephew. He one brother, Allen Dale Claunch. The funeral will be May at a.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel Bros. Elwood Norton, Barry Harmon and Lewis Walter officiating. will be in the Hopewell Baptist Church Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Jeremy Claunch, Tony Sanders, Joseph Sanders, Jeffrey Sanders, Scotty Sanders, Sonny Hamlin, Brandon Clem and John Bailey. Honorary bearers will be members Terrapin Volunteer Fire Department and Marty Claunch. Visitation from until p.m. and after : a.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel. contributions are suggested to Gideons International, P.O. Box Harrodsburg, KY or to Heritage Hospice, P.O. Box Danville, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu May ) BOBBY DENNIS Bobby Dennis, Perryville, May as a result of an automobile accident in Danville. Born Oct. in Louisville, he son of JoAnn Isham Dennis of Harrodsburg and Herbert Dennis Jr. He salesman and a musician. He enjoyed fishing, playing the drums and was an avid U.K. sports fan. Survivors include: one son, Robert Anthony Dennis of Danville; three brothers, Steven Wayne Dennis and Douglas Dennis, both of Harrodsburg, and Mark Dennis of Lexington; three sisters: Janet Hardin and Sandy Coffman, both of Lexington, and Pam (David) Kendrick of Duncan. He one son, Joey Dennis. The funeral will be May at p.m. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home. will be in Peters in Mackville. Pallbearers will be Steve Darland, Tony Hatfield, Mike Hawes, Dennis Sallee, Mick Caudell and Freddie Warner. Honorary bearers will be Chip Hartman, Josh Vaughn, Bruce Swope and Scott Lewis. Visitation from until p.m. and after a.m. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home. (HH Thu May ) VERA FRANCIS Vera Bartholomew Francis, widow of Gerald A. Francis, April home of her daughter in Harrodsburg. Born Jan. in Cincinnati, OH, daughter of Harvey Sr. and Louise Pontius Bartholomew. Survivors include: one daughter, Eileen (Earl) Motzer of Harrodsburg; one son, Jerry (Nancy) Francis of Harrison, OH; one brother, Harvey Bartholomew; two granddaughters, Jennifer Thaler and Julie Stevens, and one great-granddaughter. one brother, James Bartholomew. The funeral was held May First Presbyterian Church of Harrison, OH. was in Spring Grove Cemetery. Arrangements were handled by the John C. Brater Funeral Home in Harrison, OH. Memorials Haggin Hospital, Linden Ave., Harrodsburg, KY or First Presbyterian Church Building on Faith Campaign, S. Vine St., Harrison, OH . (HH Thu May ) GRACE HORN Grace Dohoney Horn, Lexington, of Harrodsburg, widow of William Rufus Horn Sr. May Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington. Born Feb. in Perryville, daughter late Robert G. and Octavia Dohoney. homemaker and a member Immanuel Baptist Church in Lexington. Survivors include: one son, W.R. “Bill” (Jean) Horn Jr. of Lexington; three grandchildren, Troy Horn, Jennifer Horn and Robin Horn, all of Lexington, and four great-granddaughters, also of Lexington. The funeral will be May at p.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel. will be in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Visitation from until p.m. and after : a.m. chapel. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu May ) MARIE LESTER Pallbearers for Marie Alford Lester who on April were Donnie Lester, Doug Lester, Clint Lester, Walter Lester, Bob Alford, Donnie Alford, David Mobley and Duane Lester. (HH Thu May ) SADIE NOTTER Sadie McMahon Notter May in Harrodsburg. Born October long time resident of Gallia County, Ohio. and her late husband, Daniel A. Notter, operated a farm there for many years. Survivors include: one son, Dr. Don L. (Donna) Notter, Harrodsburg and one daughter, Bette (Joe) Hammer, Bel Air, MD, grandchildren and great grandchildren. A son, Dr. Dan C. Notter preceded her in death. will be conducted : am May th Waugh-Halley-Wood Funeral Directors in Gallipolis, Ohio. will be in Mound Hill in Gallipolis. Pallbearers are: Brent Notter, Phil Pope, Don Pope, Dick Payne, Neil McMahon and Joe Anderson. Visitation will be from until pm evening Eastern Star Services funeral home. Memorials may go James B. Haggin Hospital or one's favorite charity. The Ransdell Funeral Chapel is in charge of local arrangements. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at http://www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (Sent to but not included in the Harrodsburg Herald) MARIE OWEN Marie Lawson Tatum Owen, Stanton, wife of Robert D. Owen Sr., May at her residence. Born Feb. in Harrodsburg, daughter late Army Sgt. Fred Lawson and Mattie Lawson. year employee of J and R Drug Store in Cynthiana and a member of the Pentecostal faith. Survivors include: one sister, Ina Wilcox of Littleton, CO. her first husband, Leroy Tatum. The funeral will be today, at a.m. Drake-Whaley-McCarty Funeral Home in Cynthiana Rev. Mark Jackson officiating. will be in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Visitation from until p.m. Drake-Whaley-McCarty Funeral Home. LEONARD PRATHER Leonard R. Prather, Louisville Road, May James B. Haggin Hospital. Born March in Pulaski County, he son late Daniel and Flora Merrick Prather. He retired farmer and a member Salvisa Baptist Church. Survivors include: three sons, Lee Prather and Robert (Marcella) Prather, both of Harrodsburg, and Tim Prather of Liberty; one daughter, Pauline (Donnie) Tyler of Harrodsburg; two sisters, Clarice Brock of Mercer County, and Velma Albertson of Lafayette, IN; nine grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; nine step-great-grandchildren, and one step-great-great-grandchild. He two sons, Curtis and Joe Prather; three brothers, Herman, Perry and Grover Prather, and two sisters, Elva Barker and Elsie Daulton. The funeral will be today, at : p.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel Bro. Jerel Coffey officiating. will be in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Don and Norman Barker, Russell and Darrell Brock, Bobby and Ernie Prather, Darrell Agee and Jeff Young. Honorary bearers will be grandchildren. Visitation from until p.m. and after : a.m. chapel. contributions are suggested to Gideons International, P.O. Box Harrodsburg, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu May ) JOYCE ROBERTSON Joyce Robertson, Mackville Road, May James B. Haggin Hospital. Born Feb. in Mercer County, daughter late Frank and Martha Divine Pulliam. graduate of Nazareth School of Nursing. was employed by Dr. John S. Baughman for years as a registered nurse and former employee of Dr. Vanarsdall and Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center. member of Harrodsburg Baptist Church and Mrs. Montgomery’s School class. Survivors include: one daughter, Sandra Rayneen Robertson of Lexington; one son, Michael Morse (Carolyn) Robertson of Springfield; two grandchildren, Maegan Rajean (Tracy) Graves and Waylon Michael Monroe, both of Springfield; one great-granddaughter; two nieces; one nephew, and two sisters-in-law. The funeral will be today, at a.m. at Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Dr. Robert DeFoor and Bro. John Watts officiating. will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be George “Bud” Vanarsdall, Mike Dean, Tony Pulliam, John Robinson, Henry Pulliam, Darrell Bottom, Dr. John S. Baughman, Sonny Driskell, J.D. Dean and Joe Harlow. Visitation from until p.m. and after a.m. until the hour of service Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to James B. Haggin Hospital, Linden Avenue, Harrodsburg, KY . (HH Thu May ) McCLELLAN WILLARD McClellan Eugene Willard, Alton Station Road, Lawrenceburg, widower of Clarice Willene Pumphrey Willard, May home of his daughter in Mercer County. Born Feb. in Anderson County, he son late Vesta Sutherland and J.B. Willard. He farmer for years, a night watchman for Huffman Distillery and manager Rally Gas Station in Alton for years. He served in the U.S. Army. He member Corinth Christian Church. Survivors include: one daughter, Sandy Willard Dews of Mercer County; two granddaughters, Misty Dews Westmoreland and Cheri Dews, both of Mercer County, and two great-grandchildren He two infant sisters. The funeral was held May Ritchie and Peach Funeral Home Bro. Rick Wells and Bro. Jerry Perry officiating. was in the Lawrenceburg military honors. Pallbearers were Larry Drury, David Harley, Shane and Tim Todd, Jeff Young, Jackie Sutherland and Jewell Sutherland. Honorary bearers were Larry, Danny, Gary and Donnie Sutherland, Maurice Cinnamon, James Durham, David Davidson, Donnie Stratton, Vernon Perry, Ralph Tracey, Bill Bollinger, Carl and David Blankenship, Walter Centers, Nick Toll, Tom Gaines, Ray Caldwell, Tommy Houchins, Jeff Stevens, Gene Perry, Raymond Peak and Ronnie Walker. (HH Thu May ) MILITARY RITES American Legion Post #, Disabled American Veterans Chapter #, and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post # conducted Military Rites for Argo Dean at Spring Hill on April . Those attending were: Joe Harlow, Tommy Denny, Curtis Sherrow, Lucian Landers, James Tewmey, Marion Mershon, Tom Rappleye, Preston Burgin, and Howard H. Howells. Buglers were Jerry and Duchess Freeman and Mercer County Army National Guard representatives were SFC E- Douglas Check, SFC E- John M. Kwiek and SFC James Arnold. (HH Thu May ) MARY BROUGHTON Mary Elizabeth Broughton, Harrodsburg, widow of Clarence Broughton, May at Harrodsburg Health Care Manor. Born Jan. in Mercer County, daughter late Thomas Omer and Minnie Mae Davenport Woods. seamstress. member of Hopewell Baptist Church since and Adult Women's School class. enjoyed quilting. Survivors include: one son, Edmond T. (Henrietta) Broughton of Bardstown; two daughters, Doris (Frank) Phillips of Danville, and Dorothy (Kenneth L.) Boyd of Stanford; six grandchildren; five step-grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; step-great-grandchildren, and step-great-great-grandchildren. one son, James Allen Broughton and one grandson, Allen Wayne Sims. The funeral was held May at Hopewell Baptist Church Fred Wilson officiating. was in Hopewell Baptist Church Cemetery. Pallbearers were grandsons and grandsons-in-law. Arrangements were handled by Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home. (HH Thu May ) ORVILLE BUTTS Orville Butts, Stratton Road, widower of Vivion Cantrill Butts, May James B. Haggin Hospital. Born Oct. near Rochester, I, he son late Ira and Coral Fenimore Butt. He retired Eagle Express Trucking Company employee. He member of New Providence Presbyterian Church in McAfee. He enjoyed farming, raising cattle and animals. Survivors include: one daughter, Janice McFerran of Greenwood, IN; two grandchildren, Matthew McFerran and Ann Louise Moore; three great-grandchildren, David Moore, Rachael Moor and Madison McFerran. He three brothers, Oren, Harold, and Bob Butt and one sister, Bernice Jeffries. The funeral will be May at p.m. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Jon Jones officiating. will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. Visitation - from a.m. until the hour of service at Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home. (HH Thu May ) TOBY COLLIER Toby Scott Collier, Perryville Road, May in Lexington. Born Sept. in Harrodsburg, he son of Patricia Hamlin Marrs of Warner Robins, GA and Marvin Lee Collier and the grandson of Belve and Margaret Collier and Virginia and Howard Nichols, all of Harrodsburg. He self-employed truck driver and enjoyed horses and trucking. Survivors include: one son, Louis Anderson Collier of Harrodsburg; two sisters, Robin Logue of Harrodsburg, and Telly Marrs of Warner Robins, GA; one niece, Sarah Gooch, and one nephew, Nathan Gooch, both of Harrodsburg; several aunts; uncles and cousins. The funeral was conducted May Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Bro. Bobby Logue officiating. was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Nick Collier, Joey Wesley, Ronnie Sims, Ronnie Rogers, David Tingle, David Phillips, Troy Moore and Terry Sallee. Honorary bearers were Louis Anderson Collier, Brian Salisbury, Donnie Sims, Donald French, Chris Collier, Mark Matherly, Todd Collier, Eddie Goodlett, Scott Hamlin, Sarah Gooch and Nathan Gooch. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations Toby Collier Fund, c/o Farmers National Bank, Legion Drive, Harrodsburg, KY () -. (HH Thu May ) STANLEY ELLIS Stanley Ellis, West Office Street, husband of Sue Demaree Ellis, May Harrodsburg Health Care Center. Born Aug. in Boyle County, he son late Boyd and Anna Hafley Ellis. He retired farmer and a member Sycamore Church of Christ. In addition to his wife, survivors include: one son, Jeff (Becky) Ellis of Harrodsburg; one daughter, Melanie (Steve) McKinney of Harrodsburg; one brother, Donald Ellis of Danville and four grandchildren. The funeral was held May Hillcrest in Perryville. Arrangements were handled by the Ransdell Funeral Chapel. (HH Thu May ) LUCIAN HINES SR. Lucian Daniel Hines Sr., West Factory Street, May at the James B. Haggin Hospital after a long illness. Born May in Mercer County, he son late George Washington and Bessie Bottoms Hines. He retired employee City of Harrodsburg street department. He member Centennial Baptist Church. Survivors include: one son, Lucian Daniel Hines Jr. of Middletown, OH; one daughter, Irene Hines of Columbus, OH; two nephews, E.P. Reed of Harrodsburg and Thomas L. Hines Sr. of Dayton, OH; one niece, Bessie VanDyke Henderson of Harrodsburg; eight grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; several great-nieces, and nephews and cousins. The funeral was held May Centennial Baptist Church Elder J.D. Short III and Rev. Ralph B. Smith officiating. was in the Maple Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers were James Bryant Jr., Andrew Harris, Albert Mitchell, James T. Boyd, George Hudson and Scott Jones. Honorary bearers were William “Bo” Yeast, Benny Yeast, Mike and Phillip VanDyke and Lucian Hines III. Arrangements were handled by the Parks Funeral Home. (HH Thu May ) GRACE HORN Pallbearers for Grace Dohoney Horn who on May were Todd Hord, Troy Horn, Dana Biggs, Junior Broyle, Jason Bruner and David Traynor. contributions are suggested to Hospice Bluegrass, Alexandria Dr., Lexington, KY or to Journey of Faith, c/o Immanuel Baptist Church, Tates Creek Rd., Lexington, KY . (HH Thu May ) BILLY KING JR. Billy W. King Jr., Nicholasville, husband of Sheila King, May . Born March in Danville, he son of Bill King Sr. of Harrodsburg and Nancy Katherine Randolph Thompson and stepson of Frank Thompson of Junction City. He was concessions manager at Rupp Arena and graduate of Lincoln County High School. In addition to his wife, survivors include: one daughter, Nicole (Ashley) King of Lexington; one son, Billy W. King III of Nicholasville; four brothers, Kelley King of Harrodsburg, Gregory Lee, Gary and Larry Thompson, all of Junction City, and one sister, Dana Michelle Simpson of Moreland. The funeral will be today, at a.m. W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home in Moreland Rev. David Fralix officiating. will be in Hustonville Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Larry, Gary and Greg Thompson, Rick and Jack Lynn and Kelley King. Honorary bearers will be Ashley King, Tony Scarpettia and Tommy McGire. Visitation from until p.m. W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home. (HH Thu May ) SADIE NOTTER Sadie McMahon Notter, widow of Daniel A. Notter, May in Harrodsburg. Born Oct. longtime resident of Gallia County, OH. and her husband operated a farm in Ohio for many years. Survivors include: one son, Dr. Don L. (Donna) Notter of Harrodsburg; one daughter, Bette (Joe) Hammer of Bel Air, MD; grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. one son, Dr. Dan C. Notter. The funeral was conducted May Waugh-Halley-Wood Funeral Directors in Gallipolis, OH. was in Mound Hill in Gallipolis. Pallbearers were Brent Notter, Phil Pope, Don Pope, Dick Payne, Neil McMahon and Joe Anderson. Local arrangements were handled by the Ransdell Funeral Chapel. Memorials may go James B. Haggin Hospital or one’s favorite charity. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu May ) CHARLES VENTERS Charles Ted Venters, Cannonball Drive, Nicholasville, husband of Jo Ann Rowland Venters, May St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington. Born Nov. in Millard, he son late Charles and Lacy Justice Venters. He retired clerk for the U.S. Postal Service in Lexington and a U.S. Air Force veteran Korean conflict. He member Pioneer Baptist Church in Harrodsburg. In addition to his wife, survivors include: one son, Chuck Venters of Lancaster; two daughters, Suzie Hatfield of Burgin and Debbie Morris of Lexington; one brother, Jim Venters of Titusville, FL; several step-children; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; one niece, and one nephew. The funeral was conducted May Ransdell Funeral Chapel Rev. Lewis Walter officiating. was in the Spring Hill full military rites. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu May ) DOLEN YOUNT Dolen W. Yount, Buster Pike, husband of Janice Osborne Yount, May James B. Haggin Hospital. Born Jan. in Warren County, he son late John and Roxie Dinkins Yount. He quality control manager for a furniture manufacturing company. He member Harrodsburg United Methodist Church. In addition to his wife, survivors include: two sons, Roger Yount of Louisville and Larry Yount of New Albany, IN; one step-son, Eddie Davenport of Nicholasville; three step-daughters, Kathy Webber of Lexington, Dottie Jackson of Harrodsburg and Anita Carey of Burgin; nine grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. He one daughter, Patsy Yount. The funeral was conducted May Ransdell Funeral Chapel Rev. Jimmy Owens, Dr. David Ross, and Rev. Elwood Norton officiating. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Steve Yount, Jerry Royalty, Ralph Clark, Ed Cunningham, Mike Brown, Henry Anness, Cecil Webb, and Paul Shirley. Honorary bearers were members Harrodsburg United Methodist Church men and the Frank Trisler School class. contributions are suggested Harrodsburg United Methodist Church Building Fund, South Chiles St., Harrodsburg, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu May ) MILITARY RITES American Legion Post #, Disabled American Veterans Chapter #, and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post # conducted Military Rites for Charles T. Venters at Spring Hill on May . Those attending were: Joe Harlow, Curtis Harlow, Marion Mershon, Lucian Landers, Preston Burgin, James Tewmey, Tommy Denny, Howard H. Howells and Floyd Shirley. SSgt. Greg Himes and AlC Lucas M. Ott represented the Honor Guard for WPAFB. (HH Thu May ) RUTH BREWER Ruth Elizabeth Brewer, Eugene, OR, widow of Curtis Brewer, April of diabetes-related causes. Born July in Burgin, daughter of Bert and Artie Johnson VanArsdale. homemaker and had worked in the fabric department of a J.C. Penney store for years. guardian Jobs Daughters and a worthy matron Order Eastern Star. served as a Campfire leader. enjoyed flower gardening, sewing and cooking, especially baking cookies. Survivors include: two daughters, Jean Chambers and Linda Brewer, both of Eugene; one son, Fred Brewer of New York, NY; one sister, Bertie Webb of Burgin, and seven grandchildren. one sister, JoAnn Dirksing, and one brother, John Buck VanArsdale. A service will be held May at p.m. at Burgin Christian Church. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations Burgin Christian Church Fund. (HH Thu May ) HARRIETTE BUTLER Harriette Ann Reed Butler, Edmonton, widow of Stanley Butler, May Metcalfe County Nursing Home. Born Nov. in Harrodsburg, daughter late Field and Myrtie Mae Woodard Reed. retired school teacher and a member Edmonton Methodist Church. Survivors include: one son, Jimmy (Laurie) Butler of Edmonton, and several nieces and nephews. one daughter, Ann Reed Butler, and one brother, Jack Reed. The funeral was held May Butler Funeral Home in Edmonton in the Edmonton Cemetery. (HH Thu May ) ZOLEMA FAIN Zolema H. Fain, Elmwood Drive, May at her residence. Born April in Harlan County, daughter late Eli and Martha Jane Long Howard. graduate of Loyall High School and the Bissell Business College in Harlan. homemaker, a member Eastern Star and a member Hopewell Baptist Church where was active in the Adult Women’s School class. Survivors include: one daughter, Trula (Ernest) Arnett of Mercer County; two grandchildren, Ernest Tyrone Arnett and Donna Sue McGrath; one great-grandchild, Amber McGrath, and a number of cousins. one brother, Louie H. Howard. The funeral was conducted May Mount Pleasant Mortuary in Harlan Eastern Star services prior funeral service. was in the Resthaven in Harlan. Local arrangements were handled by the Ransdell Funeral Chapel. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu May ) JULIUS HUNGATE Julius Hungate, Mackville Road, May James B. Haggin Hospital. Born, Aug. in Mercer County, he son late Henry and Cordelia Tyler Hungate. He graduate of Rose Hill High School and Eastern Kentucky University. He retired teacher for the Mercer County school system after years, was an avid artist, musician, and fisherman. He member BrunerÕs Chapel Baptist Church where he also served as a choir member. Survivors include: one sister, Virgie Vandivier of Mercer County; one nephew, Barry Vandivier of Mercer County, and a number of cousins. The funeral was conducted May Ransdell Funeral Chapel Rev. Greg Humpert officiating. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Larry Camic, Darryl Catlett, Mike Camic, Brian Stewart, John Harlow and Brent Steel. Honorary bearers were members of his School class at Bruner’s Chapel Baptist Church, Fred Purvis and Kermit Logue. contributions are suggested to Gideons International, P.O. Box Harrodsburg, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu May ) RUEL LAY Ruel T. Lay, Robards Court, husband of Virginia Devine Lay, May at his residence. Born Sept. in Washington County, he son late Floris and Eva Turner Lay. He retired employee of Corning Glass Works, Inc. where he worked in the machine shop. He member Pioneer Baptist Church. In addition to his wife, survivors include: one son, Gary (Pat) Lay of Harrodsburg; three daughters, Janice (Don Billy) Yates, Brenda Bradford and Sherri Lay, all of Harrodsburg; one step-daughter, Janice Vaught of Danville; seven grandchildren; one step-grandchild; five great-grandchildren, and two nephews. The funeral will be today, May at p.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel Revs. Mike West and Kenneth Whitehouse officiating. will be in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Don Jr. and Dale Yates, Jeff Noel, Justin, Branden and Chris Lay. Honorary bearers will be Lawrence Peavler, Butch Merchant, Marvin Claunch, Marvin Robinson, Truman Curtsinger and Johnny Bailey. Visitation after p.m. and after : a.m. chapel. contributions are suggested to Gideon's International, P.O. Box Harrodsburg, KY or Pioneer Baptist Church, Sparrow Lane, Harrodsburg, KY. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu May ) MAURICE LESTER Maurice F. Lester, East Lexington Street, husband of Margaret Carr Lester, May Harrodsburg Health Care Center. Born March in Mercer County, he son late William and Chloe Riley Lester. He owned and operated Lester's Service Station for several years, school bus driver for the Mercer County school system, a carpenter, mechanic and worked in the cooperage at Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill. He member Bruner's Chapel Baptist Church where he deacon for over years and a trustee for several years. In addition to his wife, survivors include: two daughters, Jo Anne (J.W.) Logue of Harrodsburg, and Doris (Billy Ray) Thompson of Lawrenceburg; four grandchildren; six great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild. He four brothers, Hanley, Hollis, Harley and Hershel Lester, and two sisters, Elsie Farney and Olive Nichols. The funeral was conducted May Ransdell Funeral Chapel Bro. Greg Humpert and Bro. Jack Geurin officiating. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Kevin C. Logue, Joe O. Walters, Bobby M. Thompson, Thomas Aldridge, Jay Walters, Dane Thomas Aldridge, Jack Logue, Lorrie Walters and Jennifer Aldridge. Honorary bearers were Bill Lester, Carlos Lester, Lynn Nichols, Nolen Nichols and Earl Kent Nichols contributions are suggested to Gideon's International, P.O. Box Harrodsburg, KY or Heritage Hospice, P.O. Box Danville, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu May ) ANN McDUFFEY Ann Elizabeth Dalton McDuffey, Russell Street, Burgin, widow of William Franklin McDuffey, May at her residence. Born March in Woodford County, daughter late John and Jannie Cinnamon Dalton. homemaker and a member Shawnee Run Baptist Church. was lovingly known as the “Grandma of Burgin Fire Department.” Survivors include: two daughters, Ella Mae James and Judy Horton, both of Burgin; one sister, Lola Smith of Burgin; five grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. The funeral was conducted May Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Bro. Lester Tirey officiating. was in Shawnee Run Baptist Church Cemetery. Pallbearers were Martin Gray, Billy Crank, Chris Adams, Pete Motto, and David, Chris and Jonathan Smith. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations Burgin Fire Department, P.O. Box Burgin, KY . To share your memories or to send a message family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com (HH Thu May ) VIRGINIA ROYALTY Virginia Royalty, Rose Street, Lexington, of Mercer County, widow of Clyde Royalty, May St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington. Born Nov. in Pike County, daughter late George and Mary Hopkins Prater. homemaker and attended the Bluegrass Baptist Church in Lexington. Survivors include: one step-granddaughter, Johnetta (Rick) Grant of Lexington. The funeral will be conducted May at p.m. Kirkwood Baptist Church Bro. Jerel Coffey officiating. will be in the Kirkwood Baptist Church Cemetery. No visitation. Arrangements are being handled by the Ransdell Funeral Chapel. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu May ) ELIJAH BRYANT Elijah Bryant, Akron, OH, husband of Mildred Bryant, May after a long illness. Born May in Harrodsburg, he son late George and Lina Coffee Bryant. He was employed at Gateway Groceries for five years before retiring in . He member Prince of Peace Baptist Church in Akron and church’s Brotherhood. In addition to his wife, survivors include: one son, Steven (Jane) Bryant of Versailles; two daughters, Charlotte (Andy) Harris and Phyllis (David) Yates, both of Harrodsburg; one brother, John Bryant of Louisville; one sister, Marie Hunn of Harrodsburg; three stepchildren; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews, and cousins. The funeral was held May Prince of Peace Baptist Church in Akron Rev. John Milton Burrell officiating. was at Glendale in Akron. Arrangements were handled by the Stewart and Calhoun Funeral Home in Akron. (HH Thu May ) HAZEL FAIN Hazel Bogie Fain, Cornishville Street, of Anderson County, widow of Raymond H. Fain, May at St. Joseph Hospital East in Lexington. Born March in Garrard County, daughter late Lizzie Dale Baker and Polie Pruitt. former employee of Rand McNally in Versailles. Survivors include: five daughters, Sheila Newman of WV, Frances Fain of Harrodsburg, Thelma Blevins of Nicholasville, Donna (Jeff) Hopper of Lawrenceburg, and Christine Stanford of Lexington; two sons, Ronald W. Fain of Lawrenceburg and Robert (Dianne) Bogie of Lexington; four sisters, JoAnn Crews of IN, Dorothy Sturgeon of Lexington, Lucille (Kenny) DeWitt and Rosie (John) Wallin, both of Stanford; grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren. one son, Grovie Gene Fain, and two brothers, Jack and Gene Ray. No services are scheduled. Mrs. Fain will be cremated. Arrangements were handled by the Ritchie and Peach Funeral Home in Lawrenceburg. (HH Thu May ) LEON FREEMAN Leon M. Freeman, Louisville, husband of Martha Bruner Freeman, May at Baptist Hospital East. Born Aug. in Mercer County, he son late Gabriel and Margaret Freeman. He retired employee of Rural Electric Corporation. He was an army veteran Korean conflict. He member of Okolona Christian Church and a former member of Rangeland Church of Christ, where he served on the board and worked the youth program. In addition to his wife, survivors include: one daughter, Becky (Larry) Thomas; sisters; brothers-in-law; two grandchildren, Andy and Sarah Thomas, and numerous nieces and nephews. The funeral was held May at Resthaven Funeral Home in Louisville. was in Resthaven Park. Expressions of sympathy to Okolona Christian Church, East Manslick Rd., Louisville, KY . (HH Thu May ) DEREK SMITH Derek Shaun Smith, Kentucky Street, Liberty, of Harrodsburg, May at his residence. Born Aug. in Whitley County, he son of David Smith of Stanford and Phyllis Hampton of Harrodsburg. He sawmill worker and a member East Salem United Baptist Church. In addition to his parents, survivors include: one brother, David Smith of Liberty; one sister, Lori (Jason) Spurr of Harrodsburg; grandparents Vernon and Mable Hedrick of London and Edith Smith of Lily; one nephew, Thomas Spurr, and one niece, Sierra Spurr, both of Harrodsburg. The funeral was conducted May Bowling Funeral Home Chapel in London the Rev. Merle Owens officiating. was in the Smith in Lily. (HH Thu May ) KATHRYNE WRIGHT Kathryne Keenon Wright, Douglasville, GA, of Harrodsburg, May in Georgia. Born March in Harrodsburg, daughter late Andrew and Ollie Keenon. was retired from the Music Department University of Kentucky and was an avid University of Kentucky sports fan. Survivors include: one son, Dr. Thomas (Denise) Wright of Douglasville; one granddaughter, Jennifer (Quill II) Healey of Atlanta, GA; two grandsons, Christopher and Andrew Wright, both of Douglasville, and two great-grandchildren. The funeral was conducted May Whitley-Garner at Rosehaven Funeral Home in Douglasville. was in the Spring Hill in Harrodsburg. Local arrangements were handled by the Ransdell Funeral Chapel. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu May ) DOROTHY ASHTON Dorothy Ellen Baker Ashton, Boone Street, June at her residence. Born June in Louisville, daughter late James H. and Anna Pearl Sanders Baker. homemaker and a member Harrodsburg Church of God where had served as chairperson Ladies Auxiliary. Survivors include: her foster mother, Stella Brooks of Frankfort; three sons, Thomas Darland, Tim Darland and David Ashton all of Harrodsburg; six brothers, Jim McWilliams of St. Louis, MO, Bert Beeler of Portland, OR, Jerry and Jeff Simpson, both of Louisville, Bobby McFarland of GA, and David McFarland of Frankfort; four sisters, Shirley Radcliffe and Linda Cave of Louisville, Jackie Neely of Richmond, and Connie McFarland of Frankfort; eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be June at p.m. Harrodsburg Church of God Bro. Glenn Daugherty and Jim McWilliams officiating. will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Jeff Harmon, Mike Hendrickson, Jimmy Coffman, Mark Steele, Doug Sewell, Marty Long, Marty Hurst and Keith Rogers. Honorary pallbearers will be grandchildren. Visitation from until p.m. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home and after a.m. Harrodsburg Church of God. To share your memories or to send a message family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com (HH Thu Jun ) JASON GIBSON Jason Carl "Jack" Gibson, Paradise Camp Road, husband of Regina Browning Gibson, May at his residence. Born May in Danville, he son of Lucille Case Gibson and James Patrick Gibson. He cost accountant the Bosch-Rexroth Corporation of Lexington. He graduated from Danville High School in and attended Eastern Kentucky University. He had been a Boy Scout leader in Lexington. He was an avid hunter, fisherman, boater and outdoorsman. He attended Lexington Avenue Baptist Church. In addition to his wife, survivors include: one son, Johnathan C (Tonia) Gibson of Morehead; one daughter, Jacqueline (Ron) Harless of Danville; two sisters, Jean G. (Ted) Sutton of Danville and Janet G. (Jerry) Eldridge of Lancaster; two brothers, James L. (Patty) Gibson and his twin brother, Joseph A. (Paula) Gibson, and two granddaughters, Erica Marie and Kristine Nichole Harless, all of Danville. The funeral was held June at Lexington Avenue Baptist Church Rev. Keith Stillwell officiating. was in Bellevue in Danville. Arrangements were handled by Stith Funeral Home in Danville. The family requests memorials be sent Herrington Lake Conservation League. (HH Thu Jun ) JASON GIBSON Mercer County Man Drowns In Lake The death of a Mercer County man, Jason Carl “Jack” Gibson, last night has been ruled as an accidental drowning. Gibson was found in Herrington Lake near a boat dock at his home at Paradise Camp Road. He had a laceration on the top of his head above his right eye, according to a report filed by Mercer County Deputy sheriff Chris Edwards. Gibson’s wife, Regina Browning Gibson, told Edwards her husband went to work on the boat dock about pm. and that found him in the water, face down and not breathing about p.m. Edwards’ report stated there was no reason to suspect foul play in the death. Mercer County Coroner Sonny Ransdell pronounced Gibson dead at : p.m. and issued a preliminary ruling that it was an accidental death due to drowning. He said that Gibson was apparently attempting to secure loose cables on the boat dock when he fell. He said Mrs. Gibson found her husband between the lake bank and the dock. Ransdell estimated that Gibson had probably been in the lake to minutes and said there lot of debris in the lake near the dock. Also responding to Mrs. Gibson’s call were Mercer Deputy Coroner Scott Moseley, the Mercer County EMS, Kentucky State Trooper Mike Rogers and firefighters. Ransdell Said Roger Weddle the state Fish and Wildlife Department will also compile a report on the incident. Gibson cost account Bosch-Rexroth Corporation in Lexington and was an avid hunter, fisherman, boater and outdoorsman. In addition to his wife, he is survived by his mother, Lucille Case Gibson, and a son and daughter. (HH Thu Jun ) LELA ROBINSON Lela D. Holt Robinson, Louisville Road, Salvisa, widow of Roy E. Robinson, May James B. Haggin Hospital. Born Nov. in Washington County, daughter late Martha Bell Taylor and Reilly Jackson Holt. homemaker and member Bethel Baptist Church. Survivors include: one son, Lillard E. (Oneta) Robinson of Lawrenceburg; three daughters, Helen Robinson of Salvisa, Barbara D. Stratton of Lawrenceburg, and Linda Wright of Harrodsburg; one brother, R.J. Holt of Harrodsburg; grandchildren; great-grandchildren, and seven great-great-grandchildren. one daughter, Margaret Zeliff; one sister, Lizzie Pearl Holt, and one brother, Lillard Holt. The funeral was held June Ritchie and Peach Funeral Home in Lawrenceburg Bro. Tyre Denney and Bro. Jason Clark officiating. was in the Lawrenceburg Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jimmy Stratton, Tracy Sipes, Greg Atchinson, and Todd, Michael and Homer Robinson. contributions are suggested Mercer County Humane Society, Moberly Road, Harrodsburg, KY or Anderson County Humane Society, P.O. Box , Lawrenceburg, KY . (HH Thu Jun ) DALE STUMPH Dale Stumph, Chinn Lane, May James B. Haggin Hospital. Born March in Mercer County, he son of Goldie Cornish Stumph of Harrodsburg and Thomas Stumph. He retired IBM employee after years of service, Hitachi Automotive Parts Quality Control Department employee and had served the Kentucky National Guard. He attended the First Church of God in Danville, raised Pomeranians and was an avid flower gardener and accomplished pianist. In addition to his mother, survivors include: one foster daughter, Victoria Everman of Harrodsburg; one niece, Kathleen Luttrell of Harrodsburg, and one nephew, Tom Drury of Lexington. The funeral was held May Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Pastor Mike Cox and Dan Stoltzfus officiating. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ralph Phillips, Dale Peavler, Dan Stoltzfus, Donnie Irvine, Phillip Sparrow, Albert Hawkins and Mark Caton. Honorary pallbearers were Charles Matherly, Larry Yeager, Eddie Goodlett, Bobby Parson, Daryl Dickerson and Paul Ellis. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations Mercer County Cancer Society, P.O. Box Harrodsburg, KY or Heritage Hospice, P.O. Box Danville, KY . (HH Thu Jun ) MARY TERHUNE Mary Neal Terhune, Clewiston, FL, of Harrodsburg, widow of Robert F. Terhune, May in Florida. Born July in Harrodsburg, daughter late Ben Casey and Ora VanArsdall Allin. retired homemaker and a member Wilton Manors Christian Church in Florida. Survivors include: one daughter, Mrs. Betty (James) Wells of Clewiston, FL; two grandsons, Michael (Jody) Wells of Versailles and James (Mary) Wells of Winchester; seven great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild. one sister, Elizabeth Allin Gabhart. The funeral was conducted May Adkin Davis Funeral Home in Clewiston. A graveside funeral service will be conducted today, June at a.m. Spring Hill in Harrodsburg Rev. Jeanette Lucas officiating. No local visitation. Local arrangements are being handled by the Ransdell Funeral Chapel. contributions are suggested Hendry Regional Medical Center, West Sugarland Highway, Clewiston, FL . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Jun ) DARLEEN VANOVER Darleen Riley Vanover, Warwick Road, wife of Robert Lee Vanover, May Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born Aug. in Fort Eustis, VA, daughter of Donald Baxter and Lillian Gertrude Thompson Riley. disc jockey since Hometown Radio and WHBN Radio. member of Shakertown Baptist Church. enjoyed flowers and photography. In addition to her husband, survivors include: two sons, Arnold Ray (Kelly Lee) White and Joseph Brent White, both of Harrodsburg; one daughter, Crystal Shanee White of Harrodsburg; three grandchildren, Clayton Lee White, Olivia Mae White and Jaydon Riley Bowman; five stepchildren; nine step-grandchildren; cousins; uncles, and aunts. The funeral was held May Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Bro. Joseph Smith and Bro. Pete Gilliam officiating. was in Hebron in Anderson County. Pallbearers were Jeffrey Cloyd, Jeremy Jackson, Shawn Davis, Norman Hall, Mike Thompson and Shane Cocanougher. Honorary pallbearers were the staff of Hometown Radio Network and Janet Watts, Kathy Lewis and Becky Renteria. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Shakertown Baptist Church, Lexington Road, Harrodsburg, KY and/or the Clay Lick United Methodist Church, Clay Lick Church Road, Salvisa, KY . To share your memories or to send a message to Darleen's family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com. (HH Thu Jun ) KENNETH BELL Kenneth Bell, Beaumont Avenue, husband of Dorothy Elouise VanArsdall, June at Ephriam McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born Dec. in Mercer County, he son late Raymond Thomas and Margaret Nichols Bell. He served during the Korean war in the U.S. Army Air Corps. He retired melting operator of Corning Glass, Inc. He was an avid hunter. In addition to his wife, survivors include: two sons, Jerry and Guy Bell, both of Harrodsburg; one brother, Ray Edward Bell of Clarksville, TN; four grandchildren, and one great -grandchild. The funeral was held June at Ransdell Funeral Chapel Rev. Richard Easterling officiating. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. contributions are suggested American Cancer Society, P.O. Box Harrodsburg, KY . Expressions of sympathy me be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Jun ) FANNIE BROCE Fannie Irene Broce, Old Louisville Rd., Salvisa, widow of Curtis Broce, June home of her son in Salvisa. Born April in Mercer County, daughter late Leonard and Mary Holman Currens. Mercer County Schools food service worker for over years. member of Claylick Methodist Church. Survivors include: one son, Danny (Sharon) Broce of Salvisa; one brother, Curtis (Sonia) Currens of Mercer County; two sisters, Dorothy Freeman of Salvisa and Elsie Gritton of Lawrenceburg; one sister-in-law, Leona “boots” Bradley of Harrodsburg; two grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. one brother, Otha Currens. The funeral was conducted June Ransdell Funeral Chapel Bro. Glen Gilliam officiating. was in the Lawrenceburg Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ronnie Broce, Leonard, Barry and O.C. Currens, Ricky Robinson and Mike Freeman. contributions may be sent to Gideon’s International, P.O. Box Harrodsburg, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Jun ) KEVIN FLYNN Kevin Lee Flynn, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, husband of Michelle Flynn, passed away unexpectedly May at his home. Born March in Lexington, he son of Norris “Chigger” and Gayle Flynn of Herrington Lake. He graduate of Riverview High School in Sarasota, FL and attended Milligan Bible College in Johnson, TN. He had been employed by U.S. Airways since and had spent the last years Ft. Lauderdale Airport. He member Gardenside Little League team that first Kentucky team to go Little League World Series. He was an avid sports fan and had a passion for golf, sailing and softball, all of which took him and his beloved wife, Michelle, around the world. He former member of Southland Christian Church. In addition to his wife, survivors include: two sisters, Karen (Sonny) Travis of Chesapeake, VA and Amy (Ben) Aubrey of Midway; two nephews, Jeremiah Roberts and Matthew Travis, both of Chesapeake, VA; several aunts, uncles and cousins. He his grandparents, C.M. and Delina Flynn and Stanley and Lillie (Nanny) Schuler, and his aunt, Betty Flynn Bishop. There will be a service June at : p.m. Harrodsburg High School. Local arrangements are being handled by Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home. Contributions Carpenter’s Christian Church Building Fund, P.O. Box Harrodsburg, Ky . To share your memories or to send a message family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com (HH Thu Jun ) CHRISTOPHER HARP Christopher Ray Harp, Nichols Street, Danville, June at his home. Born July in Harrodsburg, he son of Betty K. Sherrow Harp and Jimmy Harp. He landscaper for Chilton’s Lawn Care in Harrodsburg. He member of Hedgeville Baptist Church in Danville. Survivors include: one sister, Melissa Harp of Danville; one brother, Steve Harp of Danville; his paternal grandmother, Nancy Proctor of Harrodsburg, and a niece, Kaytlin Paige Harp of Danville. The funeral was conducted June Ransdell Funeral Chapel Bro. Lester Tirey and Bro. Lance Ladd officiating. was in the Bellevue in Danville. Pallbearers were Bo Warner, Fred McQuerry, Shane Watts, Michael Chilton, Clay Westerfield, Billy Boswell, Tyler Goodlett and Larry Wayne Cox. Honorary bearers were Bethanie and Harold Wayne Chilton, Frank and Kenneth Martin, J.E. Routin Jr. and Jason Routin, Donnie Ray Harp, Skeeter Reed, Chris Napier, Jay Mobley and Michael Hillard. Expressions of sympathy me be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Jun ) STANLEY ISHAM JR. Stanley Garnett Isham Jr., Dry Branch Road, husband of LaVerne Wheeler Isham, June at his home. Born Dec. in Mercer County, he son late Stanley Garnett and Cathryn Devers Isham Sr. He was an automobile dealer in Harrodsburg for several years. In addition to his wife, survivors include: one sister, Mary Evelyn Royalty of Harrodsburg, one uncle, Marvin Devers of Scottsburg, IN, and several nieces and nephews. The funeral was conducted June Ransdell Funeral Chapel Bro. James Byrd officiating. was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Larry, Doug and Tim Royalty, Travis Wheeler, Robin Peavler and Bob Kennedy. Honorary bearers were Lee Edwards, Alan Wilson, Don Yates and Richard Justice. contributions may be sent to Heritage Hospice, P.O. Box Danville, KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Jun ) GUY McGINNIS JR. Guy E. McGinnis Jr., Johnson Road, husband of Donna Dunning McGinnis, June at his residence. Born Jan. in Mercer County, he son late Guy E. McGinnis Sr. and Evelyn Logue McGinnis. He retired employee of IBM and Lexmark and farmer. He member of Bruners Chapel Baptist Church. He NASCAR fan. Survivors include: two sons, Norman Edward “Eddie” (Tammy) McGinnis and Brent Lee McGinnis, both of Harrodsburg; two brothers, Ronnie McGinnis and Rich (Vickie) McGinnis, both of Harrodsburg; two sisters, JoAnn (Claude) Russell and Jeannie (Roy) Bugg, both of Harrodsburg; three grandchildren, Jordan Lee Ann, Lee Edward and Seth Jacob McGinnis, all of Harrodsburg, and several nieces and nephews. The funeral was held June at Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Rev. Stephen Ramsey officiating. was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were David Brown, James Barnes, Bobby Deaton, Stuart Warner, Thurman Hardin and Brent Steele. Honorary bearers were Skip Smith, Todd Cheatham and Billy Don Burke. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Heritage Hospice, Inc., P. O. Box Danville, KY . To share your memories or to send a message family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com (HH Thu Jun ) WILLIAM NICKENS William Nickens, Herrington Woods, husband of Kathryn Nickens, June at his residence. Born March in Covington, he son late Charles E. and Eva Mae Peck Nickens. He retired superintendent for Lex-Tran, a member Lexington Lions Club, a NASCAR enthusiast and enjoyed golf and fishing. In addition to his wife, survivors include: two brothers, Fred and Albert Nickens; one sister, Helen Kellen; three nieces, and one nephew. The funeral will be today, June at p.m. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Rev. Michael A. Warnke officiating. will be in the Bluegrass Gardens. Pallbearers will be Mike Massey, Ron Massotti, Bill Polack, John Shouse, Bobby Bailey and Robert Chilton. Visitation from until p.m. and after a.m. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home. contributions to Fund For Sight, Tates Creek Ctr. Drive, Suite Lexington, KY . To share your memories or to send a message family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com (HH Thu Jun ) OPAL SETTLES Opal Settles, Rogers Court, widow of Robert Settles, June James B. Haggin Hospital. Born May in Washington County, daughter late Robert T. and Teresa Harmon Bottoms. housewife. member of Deep Creek Baptist Church. enjoyed sewing, quilting and gardening. Survivors include: three sons, Michael Settles of Harrodsburg, Barnett (Joanna) Settles of Danville and Randall (Charlotte) Settles of Salvisa; four daughters, Betty Moore, Patricia (Walter) Jackson, Faye (Danny) Akins and Linda (Kenneth) Proctor, all of Harrodsburg; four brothers, Earnest, Arthur and John Bottoms, all of Washington County, and Billy Bottoms of Anderson County; sisters, Jean (Bill) Casey, of Lexington, Ida Rena Elliott and Jewell Bottoms, both of Mercer County, and Beatrice Taylor of Harrodsburg; grandchildren; great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren. four sons, Bobby, Terry, Glenn and Daniel Settles; one daughter, Beatrice Whiteneck; two sisters, Alma and Doris Bottoms, and two brothers, Donald and Bobby Bottoms. The funeral will be June at p.m. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Bro. Bobby Logue officiating. will be in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Robert Moore, Rodney Settles, Steve Settles, Larry Settles and Glenn Settles. Visitation from until p.m. and after a.m. Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home. To share your memories or to send a message family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com (HH Thu Jun ) RALPH WAYNE Ralph Everett Wayne, Thomson-Hood Veterans Center, Wilmore, of Harrodsburg, June center. Born Feb. in McAfee, he son late James Robert and Belle Brown Wayne. He World War II veteran U. S. Army. He retired farmer and a member Baptist church. Survivors include: one son, Lewis J. Wayne of Thomasville, GA; four daughters, Mable Randolph of Ft. Smith, AK, Wilma Underwood of Junction City, and Geneca Robinson and Montana Underwood Cummins, both of Harrodsburg; one adopted daughter, Melissa Jones, also of Harrodsburg; grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. He one grandchild. The funeral will be today, June at p.m. at Ransdell Funeral Chapel Keith Willoughby and Paul Readnour officiating. will be in the Hillcrest in Perryville. Pallbearers will be Todd Randolph, Donnie and Tim Underwood, Ronnie Lyons, Scott Freeman, Tanner Cox and Jamie Wayne. Honorary bearers will be great-grandchildren. Visitation from until p.m. and after : a.m. chapel. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Jun ) JAMES WOODS James L. Woods, N. Moreland Place, Moreland, widower of Barbara Chambers Woods, June at his residence. Born Oct. in Cedar Creek, Lincoln County, he son late James E. and Clara B. Redeter Woods. He heavy equipment operator for Danville Construction Company. He member senior citizens of Stanford and a member of Herrington Lake Pentecostal Church. Survivors include: one daughter, Margie (Bruce) Warner of Perryville; one son-in-law, Steve Sanders of Burgin; five grandchildren, Ellen (Giles “Jaws”) Shell of Lancaster, Stephen Warner and Mitchell Warner III, both of Perryville, and Clara and Kathy Sanders, both of Burgin, and one sister-in-law, Pauline Woods of Danville. He one daughter, Bernadina Sanders; and two brothers, Earl (Josephine) and Oscar Woods, and one sister and brother-in-law, Annie and Charlie Bowden. The funeral was held June at Stith Funeral Home in Danville Rev. Steve VanHook officiating. was in Buffalo Springs Cemetery. Pallbearers were Tony Griffin, Alan Shepherd, Ronnie Polson, Benny Burchett, Bill and Chuck Bowden and Jim Disney. (HH Thu Jun ) IMOGENE BATTOE Imogene "Jean" Meacham Battoe, Louisville, widow of Bob B. Battoe, June at Norton Suburban Hospital. Born May in Christian County, daughter late Seth Ellis and Sadie Maddux Meacham. bookkeeper for Union Carbide during the World War II war effort and retired after serving for years in various administrative positions J.B. Speed Art Museum. After retiring, volunteered for the IRS doing tax returns for senior citizens and was employed by A.R.M. Financial Services. member Order Eastern Star Buechel Chapter # and a member of more than years at Walnut Street Baptist Church. Survivors include: two sons, Robert E. (Robbie) Battoe and Darryl S. (Rebecca) Battoe of Harrodsburg; six grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. The funeral was held June at Highlands Family-Owned Funeral Home in Louisville. A service was held June at First Baptist Church in Hopkinsville in Riverside Cemetery. gifts Eastern Star Home, Eastern Star Ct., Louisville, KY . (HH Thu Jun ) SARAH GRITTON Sarah Frances Gritton, Cummins Ferry Road, Salvisa, widow of Roy Clifton Gritton, June at Harrodsburg Health Care Center. Born Nov. in Harrodsburg, daughter late Clifton Wesley and Virginia Springate Parsons. food service employee for the Mercer County School System for many years and member of Salvisa Methodist Church. Survivors include: one daughter: Mary Ann (Donald) Green of Salvisa; one sister, Doris Parsons of Salvisa; two step sisters, Ethel Hall and Wandola Perkins, both of Louisville; two granddaughters, Angelia Green Phillips and Julie Green Turner, and two great-grandchildren. The funeral was held June Ransdell Funeral Chapel Rev. Danny Wiley and David Green officiating. was in the Providence in Harrodsburg. Pallbearers were Louis Sea, J.C. Young, Bobby Lewis, Jimmy Sexton, Dale Cinnamon and Anthony Godbey. Honorary bearers were Arvin Short, Junior Yeager, Carol Sanford, Garnett and David Cinnamon, Gary and Keith Gritton and the staff Harrodsburg Health Care Center. contributions may be sent to Heritage Hospice, P.O. Box Danville, KY or Salvisa Methodist Church, Salvisa KY or Providence Fund, c/o Vance Smith, Mundys Landing Rd., Harrodsburg, KY . Expressions of sympathy me be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Jun ) MARGARET HENDREN Margaret Elizabeth "Peggy" Hendren, of Nicholasville, wife of Willis D. "Bill" Hendren, June at Lexington Country Place. Born Jan. in Harrodsburg, daughter late Joseph Roy "Mex" and Mary King Phillips. homemaker and a member of Cramer and Hanover Church of Christ. In addition to her husband, survivors include: one daughter, Dana (Steve) Hill of Sellersburg, IN; two grandchildren, Ashley and Aaron Hill, also of Sellersburg, IN, and one sister, Mary Ann Hisle of White Lake, MI. one son, Philip Hendren, and one brother, Jimmy Phillips. The funeral was held June at Kerr Brothers Funeral Home in Lexington Bro. Bennie Hill officiating. was in Blue Grass Gardens in Jessamine County. contributions are suggested to Cramer and Hanover Church of Christ, North Hanover Ave., Lexington, KY . (HH Thu Jun ) CLARA HOWELL Clara Locke Howell, Harrodsburg Health Care Manor, widow of Robert Howell Sr., June center. Born July in Paducah, daughter late Lindsay and Pearl Miller Locke. retired sales clerk after having worked for Sears in Danville for many years. member Harrodsburg Baptist Church where School teacher and an adult choir member. Survivors include: two sons, Robert Howell Jr. of Nicholasville, and William Howell of Louisville; one brother, David Locke of Columbia, TN; one sister, Ruby G. Wise of Paducah, and two grandchildren, Dr. Kimberly Howell and Christine Howell. two brothers, Louis and Paul Locke. The funeral was conducted June Ransdell Funeral Chapel Dr. Robert DeFoor officiating, was in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Curtis Bailey, Wendell Gooch, Chris Coffman, Eddie Russell, Allen Whitenack and Ron Leach. contributions are suggested Harrodsburg Baptist Church. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Jun ) KATIE McCRYSTAL Katie I. McCrystal, Harrodsburg Health Care Center, widow of Michael R. McCrystal, June center. Born Oct. in the Battle Community in Washington County, daughter late Walter and Flora Boswell Isham. retired glass inspector for Corning Glass, Inc. of Harrodsburg. member Mercer County Senior Citizens and a member of St. Andrew Catholic Church where was active in the Altar Society. Survivors include: one son, Harold F. McCrystal of Somerset; one daughter, Flora Alice (Billy) Montgomery of Harrodsburg; one sister, Ethel Russell of Harrodsburg; one brother-in-law, Sylvester McCrystal of Lexington; eight grandchildren; one stepgrandchild; great-grandchildren; two stepgreat-grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. one brother, William "Bill" Isham, and one sister, Beulah Hendren. The funeral will be today, June at a.m. St. Andrew Catholic Church Father Joseph Muench and Greg Warren officiating. will be in the Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Richie McCrystal, Harold F. McCrystal Jr., Allan Pinkston, Michael Warner, Arthur B. Isham, Paul Enderle, Billy Dunaway and Tony Smith. Visitation after p.m. prayer service at : p.m. Ransdell Funeral Chapel. contributions are suggested St. Andrew Catholic Church Building Fund, Danville Road, Harrodsburg, KY or Carpenter's Christian Church Building Fund, C/O Norris Flynn, Paradise Camp Road, Harrodsburg, KY. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Jun ) DONALD REID Donald James Reid, Rocky Mountain Court, Lexington, June Saint Joseph Hospital in Lexington. Born Sept. in Frankfort, he son late Roy and Geneva Reid. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Vietnam War and field superintendent for ITX Construction Company. Survivors include: one son, Nick J. (Lori) Reid of FL, and one granddaughter, Britney Reid. services were conducted June Camp Nelson National in Nicholasville. was in the Camp Nelson National military rites. Local arrangements were handled by the Ransdell Funeral Chapel. contributions are suggested American Cancer Society, P.O. Box Harrodsburg KY . Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfunerlchapel.com. (HH Thu Jun ) ONETA ROBINSON Oneta Mae Pinkston Robinson, Puckett Road, Anderson County, wife of Lillard E. Robinson, of Mercer County, June at her residence. Born Dec. in Washington County, daughter late Thomas Lee and Evie Mae Cornish Pinkston and the stepdaughter late Cordie Corn Barnett Pinkston.. member Antioch Christian Church in Washington County. Survivors include: two daughters, Peggy (Charles) Robinson-Dixon of Lawrenceburg, and Tammy Robinson (Greg) Land of Richmond; one son, Danny E. (Celeste) Robinson of Lawrenceburg; two stepsisters, Marie Terrell of Mt. Washington, and Mary (Burgess) Lancaster of Louisville; five grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. one stepbrother, Elwood Barnett. The funeral was held June Ritchie and Peach Funeral Home in Lawrenceburg Bro. Delane Pinkston and Bro. Harry Rose officiating. was in the Lawrenceburg Cemetery. (HH Thu Jun ) MARGARET TAYLOR Margaret Goforth Taylor, Hughley Lane, wife of Wallace Taylor, June at her residence after an illness. Born June in Mercer County, daughter late Herbert Goforth and Pauline Jones Goforth. former employee of Corning and also cleaned houses. member of Burgin Christian Church where was an elder, a deacon, a choir member, past president Christian Women's Fellowship and past chairman General Board. member Order Eastern Star Harrodsburg Chapter #, currently secretary and had held the offices of deputy of District #, worthy matron, associate matron, conductress, associate conductress and ester. In addition to her husband, survivors include: two sons, Jimmy L. (Lourie) Taylor of Taylorsville, NC, and Michael Taylor of Mercer County; two stepsons David Taylor and Wayne Taylor, both of FL; one stepdaughter, Valerie (Jimmy) Edwards of FL; four sisters, Ruby Tackett and Juanita Cook, both of Harrodsburg, Edna Smith of Dayton, OH, and Brenda Reed of Mercer County; eight grandchildren; nine great- grandchildren and numerous other relatives. one brother, Paul Goforth. The funeral was conducted June Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home Chaplain Gary Story officiating. was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bud Vanarsdall, Rice Lear, Alan Monroe, Doug Long, Jack Gross, Zack Gross and Arvid Tackett. (HH Thu Jun ) MARION VOORHIES Marion D. Voorhies, Meadowview Drive, Frankfort, husband of Martha Webb Voorhies, of Burgin, June Frankfort Regional Medical Center. Born Nov. in Bohon, he son late Ellis and Fannie Ann Westerfield Voorhies. He retired mixing department supervisor at Corning Glass Works in Harrodsburg. He U.S. Army veteran of World War II and a member VFW. He was past president Burgin Lions Club and former Burgin city commissioner. He member Burgin Baptist Church. In addition to his wife, survivors include: one son, Dennis R. Voorhies of Burgin; one stepson, Michael K. Webb of Winchester; two daughters, Regina Lynn Voorhies of Glencoe, and Libby Elks of Danville; three stepdaughters, Trudy Stevens of Danville, Tamara Lasher of Crystal River, FL, and Robin Baughan of Burkesville; four grandchildren; five step-grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. The funeral was conducted June in the Spring Hill Tom Hall officiating. followed. Local arrangements were handled by the Ransdell Funeral Chapel. contributions are suggested to one's favorite charity. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfunerlchapel.com (HH Thu Jun ) ELENA BROOKING Elena Estelle Brooking, wife of Richard Alan “Dickie” Brooking, of Harrodsburg, June in Corpus Christi, TX. Born February in LaFayette, TN, daughter of George Carl and Vada Olyne Davis Wilson. Survivors in addition to her husband, include: four children, Lara Fitzgerald (Randall Harris), Ojo Caliente, NM, John Walter Draughon III (Nancy Ganucheau), Missouri City, TX; Philip Eric (Sue) Draughon, Keauhou, HI, and Patricia Lynn Bruce, Bloomington Springs, TN; four sisters, Georgia Cozell (Ben) Phelps, Joyce Annez (Carl) Edwards; Donna Jean (Jack) McCormick, and Deborah Elaine (Paul) Patterson, all of TN; one brother, Paul David (Carol) Wilson, Dublin, OH; six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. a son-in-law, Robert Bruce. Trevino Funeral Home, Corpus Christi, on June Deacon Ray Ahlers officiating. A service will be held at p.m., June at Northside Church of Christ in Nashville. Graveside services will be held at p.m., June in Spring Hill Cemetery, Harrodsburg. (Submitted but not included in -- issue Herald.) DeETTE DARLAND DeEtte S. Darland, Mackville Road, wife of Lafon Darland, June James B. Haggin Hospital. Born Dec. in Mercer County, daughter late Frank and Jeannette Hellard Sims. had worked Bus Station in Harrodsburg. member Calvary Baptist Church. enjoyed cooking and gardening. In addition to her husband, survivors include: one son, Doyle Sims (Kim) Darland of Harrodsburg; one sister, Berniese Matherly of Harrodsburg; two grandchildren, Timothy Doyle (Krystal) Darland and Christopher Keith Darland; four great-grandchildren, Logan Darland, Taylor Darland, Hunter Dean, and Colton Darland, and several nieces and nephews. two sons, Gerald Dale Darland and J.W. Darland; three brothers, William D. Sims, Vernon Sims, and Haldon J. Sims, and two sisters, Dorothy Sanders and Louise Harlow. The funeral was conducted June at Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home. was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bruce Sims, Mike Matherly, and Eddie, Brent, Chip and Henry Combs. Honorary bearers were Willard Hamm, Joe Harlow, Timothy Doyle Darland and Christopher Keith Darland. To share your memories or to send a message family, go to www.alexanderandroyalty.com (HH Thu Jun ) KATHLEEN FOWLER Kathleen Fowler, North College St., wife of Harold Fowler, June at her home. Born Jan. in Nicholas County, daughter late Forrest and Eliza Flynn Morris. former owner and operator of Fowler's Nursing Home in Harrodsburg. In addition to her husband, survivors numerous nieces and nephews. three brothers, Samuel, Hudson and Marvin Morris, and by one sister, Lurleen (Calvin) Wiley. No visitation or services. Local arrangements are being handled by the Ransdell Funeral Chapel. contributions Mercer County Humane Society, Moberly Road, Harrodsburg, KY the Mercer Historical Society, Chiles Street, Harrodsburg, KY or charity of one's choice. Expressions of sympathy may be sent family at www.ransdellfuneralchapel.com (HH Thu Jun ) FLORENCE LOGAN Florence Cunningham Logan, Montclair/Glen Ridge, NJ, June at her residence. Born July in Salvisa, daughter late Finley and Elizabeth Cunningham. graduate of Howard University and Youngstown State University. was a retired RN hospital administrator-patient advocate at United Hospitals in Newark, NJ where also helped develop inservice training for foreign nurses. charter member Youngstown, OH chapter Links, Inc. and transferred North Jersey chapter in the s. belonged NJ chapter of Girlfriends, Inc. and worked on committees Newark Symphony, Newark Museum and Montclair Museum. Survivors include: two daughters, Leanora Logan and JoAnn Logan Daniels; one brother, Prof. Wayman B. Cunningham; two grandchildren, Jewell L. Daniels III and Eric C. Daniels. one sister, Mary Finnell, and one brother, William Hade Cunningham. Cremation is private. A service will be held in NJ in Sept. Details to be announced. In lieu of flowers, donations to Compassionate Care Hospice, Mt. Prospect Ave., Clifton, NJ . (HH Thu Jun ) HELEN McGAUGHEY Helen Louise Perry McGaughey, Shelbyville, widow of Clarence McGaughey, June at Valley View Health Care and Rehabilitation Center of Taylorsville. Born Aug. in Shelby County, daughter late Thomas and Ann Proctor Perry. former manager of Lord's Dress Shop in Harrodsburg. Survivors include: one daughter, Betty McGaughey Arington of Cincinnati; four grandsons, Jeffrey, Richard, Phillip and Christopher Arington of Cincinnati, and great-grandchildren. The funeral was held June Grove Hill Chapel of Shelbeyville Pastor Jeffrey Arington officiating. was in Grove Hill Cemetery. Arrangements were handled by Hall-Taylor Funeral Home, Inc. in Shelbyville. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of contributions charity donor's choice. (HH Thu Jun ) FLOYD TRIMBLE Floyd C. Trimble, Louisville, husband of Margaret Gaines Trimble, June at Norton Suburban Hospital. Born June in Mercer County, he son late Owen and Opelia Brown Trimble. He retired employee of General Electric Co. He was an Army veteran and a member Abraham Masonic Lodge # F&AM and the international order of Jobs Daughters. In addition to his wife, survivors include: two daughters, Debbie (James) Reece and Cathy Frank; one brother, Lloyd Trimble of Harrodsburg; five grandchildren, Renee, Melissa and Glenn Reece, Katie Frank and Amanda Phillips, and three great-grandchildren, Isaiah, Makayla and Adam. A masonic service was held June . The funeral was held June at Resthaven Funeral Home in Louisville. was in Resthaven Park Mausoleum. (HH Thu Jun )