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ALONZO MEAUX Alonzo Meaux,of Health Care Center December at the James B. Haggin Born April in Mayo Gus and Clarice Singleton Meaux. the widower of Georgia Lee Gooch Meaux. a retired farmer and former employee of Hall Mack Corporation and a member of the Meaux Chapel AME Church. one son Walter (Delores) Meaux Lexington one sister Mary Thelma (William H.) Parks Sr. three sisters-in-law Alma Meaux Maithia Meaux both of and Catherine Lewis Lexington one brother-in-law Arthur Lewis Sr. Lexington and seven great by a son Charles Lee Meaux a daughter Lacey Woods Johnson six brothers George Walter Clay Elwood Ivan and Albert Meaux and one sister Mattie Jones. were conducted at the St. Peter AME Church with Sister Mary White and Rev. Everhart Walker conducting the service. was in Hilldale in Danville. were Jonathan Faulkner Larry and Thomas Meaux Henry and Gus Parks and Shaw Woods. Honorary bearers were Davis Burrus Howard Gregory Jimmy and Gary Keller J. T. Logue James McMurry and Kenneth Sims. Parks was (HH Thu Jan) DALE TAYLOR Dale Owen Taylor,of Greenwood Drive Decemberat his residence. Born December in Alexandria LA Shirley Moss Taylor of and Owen Willard Taylor. an electrician for Hurst electric. Survivors in addition to his mother include: his wife Teresa Kaye Matherly Taylor two daughters Brittney Ann Taylor and Tara Leigh Taylor both of one step daughter Crystal Coulter Lexington one brother Wayne G. Taylor three sisters Belinda Houston Connersville IN Sharon Blankenship and Melanie Taylor Lexington., January at the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. James Harley was in Spring Hill . were Donnie Hampton Rick Preston Glenn Hurst Perry Hurst Tony Darland and Mike Matherly. (HH Thu Jan) ELIZABETH CUMMINS Elizabeth Virginia Cummins,of Wildwood FL December at the Leesburg Regional in Leesburg FL. Born September in Mercer County the daughter of Leroy and Bethel Pench Sallee. a member of the Baptist church and a former Mercer Dress employee. her husband John Cummins Wildwood FL two sons John Victor Cummins and Jerry Lee Cummins both of Wildwood FL. Januaryat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. David Collier was in Spring Hill . were Ray Caldwell Fred Beecher Tim Glasscock Tommy Sallee Gene Hines and Don Satterly. (HH Thu Jan) JACOB HONAKER Jacob Edward Honaker months December at the UK Medical Center in Lexington. Born October Terry and Julie Logue Honaker. a member of Burner's Chapel Baptist Church. Survivors in addition to this parents include: one brother Matthew Honaker Maternal grandparents Donald and Eva Logue paternal grandparents Frebert and Jean Honaker Mitchellsburg great grandmother Vina Underwood Danville. Decemberat the Alexander and Royalty with Rev. Larry Redding was in the Bruner's Chapel Baptist Church . were Jared Reinsmith and Kyle Curtis. Honorary bearers were Clay Long Devin Honaker and Cameron Honaker. Donations may be made to Gideon's International PO BoxKY and to the Bruner's Chapel Baptist Fund Mackville Road KY (HH Thu Jan) MELVIN GIBSON Melvin Dillard Gibson Fairview Court December at St. Joseph in Lexington. Born March in Mercer County Cliff and Myrtie Bailey Shewmaker. a retired grocery stock manager a US Army veteran of World War II. He was a member of Ellers Baptist Church and an avid sports fan. his wife Irene Gibson two daughters Lois Ann (Jere) Vaught and Linda (Steve) McCrystal both of Mercer County one sister Arthalina Leonard three by two sisters Faye Parsons and Louise Campbell. Januaryat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. Bobby Logue and Dr. Robert DeFoor with military rites was in Spring Hill . were Steven Reed Lonnie Campbell Terry Young Buddy Logue Buford Noel and Bobby Trisler. Honorary bearers were Ed Robertson Skeeter Reed Billy Gilvin James Holiday Curtis Currens Roy Camic Vernice Long and Leslie Rue. (HH Thu Jan) LOLA SHEWMAKER Lola Mae "Birchie" Shewmaker,formerly of the Hilltop community December at the Health Care Center. Born August in Washington County the daughter of Jim and Eller Parrott Watts. a former employee of Avalon Inn and a member of Battle Baptist Church. three daughters Elizabeth Jewell Shewmaker Wanda Kay Baker and Rhonda Baker all of great and six great great by two daughters Glenda Hume and Jean Shewmaker and three sisters Lilli Pearson Laura Lambert and Jewell Carrier. Januaryat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. George Dye and Bro. Harley Humfleet was in Spring Hill . were Freddie Warner James Allen Lewis Mike Hume Ronnie Hume Larry Hume Wayne Shewmaker Brian Smith and Gary Hume. (HH Thu Jan) LULA KURTZ Lula M. Hurst Kurtz,of Cincinnati December at Hospice of Cincinnati. Born January in the daughter of John and Mary Sallee Hurst. the widow of Charles Kurtz. two daughters Elsie Culbertson and Evie Kurtz both of Cincinnati OH several great and great great Januaryat the Paul R. Young Home Hamilton Ave. Cincinnati OH. at Spring Hill at : p.m. January Expressions of sympathy may be sent to Hospice of Cincinnati Cooper Rd. Cincinnati OH (HH Thu Jan) WILLIAM LAY William "Bill" Glover Lay,of San Diego CA formerly of December in San Diego. Born April William and Naomi Lay. and in San Diego,January (HH Thu Jan) DAVIS ROBINSON Davis J. Robinson,of Ballard Road December at the Frankfort Regional Medical Center in Frankfort. a native of Anderson County son of Major L. and Tavie Cammack Robinson. a farmer member of the Ballard Baptist Church and a World War II Navy veteran. one brother William Record Robinson several nieces and nephews including Bill Robinson of Januaryat the Gash Chapel with Bro. James Harley was in . were Ricky Stratton Floyd B. Stratton Jimmy Curtsinger Jimmy Young Will Stratton and Johnny Ellis. (HH Thu Jan) NORMAN PINKSTON Norman Pinkston,of Bonny Lynn Drive December at Central Baptist in Lexington. Born October in Paducah L. C. and Viola Reed Pinkston. a retired press operator for Corning Glass was a member of Baptist Church and served in the army during the Korean War. his wife Ruth Carmickle Pinkston two sons Roger Barnard and Doug Long both of two brothers Marvin and Charles two sisters Bernice and Brenda six and two great grandcildren. January at the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Don Releford with military rites was in Spring Hill . were Dale Cinnamon David Cinnamon James Paul Murray Roy Bugg Lynn Nichols Ronnie Croft Johnny Winchester and David Bruner. are suggested to the charity of one's choice. (HH Thu Jan) RUBY JOSEPH Ruby G. Compton Joseph,formerly of Dayton December at the Haggin Born January in Rowan County the daughter of Thomas and Martha Ball Compton. the widow of Herbert Joseph and Leonard Newman. a member of Northridge Freewill Baptist Church in Dayton. two daughters Mildred Newman Bowling and Opal Newman Ward of Russell two brothers Doug Compton Dayton OH and William Compton Wallingford two and two great by a sister Anna Mable Hall. wereJanuaryat the Magotti Gavin Valley Street Dayton OH with Pastor Tim Hamilton was in Sugar Grove West Alexandria OH. Ransdell Chapel was local (HH Thu Jan) MOLLIE RICHTER Mollie Richter,of Valley Drive January at the James B. Haggin Extended Care. Born January in Halls Gap the daughter of Pless and Florence Adams Holloway. the widow of Raymond Richter. the former co-owner of Ray's Greenhouse in and had worked at the Dollar Store. a Kentucky Colonel and a member of the Pioneer Baptist Church. her daughter Shirley Sampson a sister-in-law Pauline Holloway South Lebanon OH one grandson Jerry Sampson. by two brothers Leslie Holloway and Norman Holloway. Januaryat the Alexander and Royalty with Dr. David Hartman was in Spring Hill . (HH Thu Jan) W. H. RANSDELL W. H. "Willie" Ransdell,of Kirkwood Road Salvisa January at St. Joseph Lexington. Born February in Mercer County Claude E. and Mattie Patterson Ransdell. the widower of Florence G. Ransdell. a retired farmer and member and deacon of the Kirkwood Baptist Church. one son Franklin Ransdell one daughter Barbara Royalty Lexington two brothers Garnett Ransdell and Claude Ransdell Louisville three and three great by a brother Harry Ransdell. Januaryat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Ray Coats and Rev. Larry Redding was in Spring Hill . were James Sexton Bruce Goodlett Robert Prather William Gash Dale Daland and Carl Hazelwood. Honorary bearers were Clinton Robinson Bob Christiansen Roger Dotson Marvin Smith and Gilbert Horton. are suggested to Heritage Hospice. (HH Thu Jan) ELIZABETH GABHART Elizabeth Jouett Allin Gabhart,of "Clay Hill," Beaumont Avenue January at the James B. Haggin in Born January in a daughter of Ben Casey and Ora Ella Van-Arsdale Allin. the widow of Willard Gabhart. She and her late husband restored and maintained Clay Hill the home of Kentucky's Civil War governor Beriah Magoffin and had a life-long concern for the preservation of Kentucky's historic sites. a and had been a member of the Historical Society for many years. She descended from 's first County Clerk Thomas Allin and the VanArsdales some of the founders of the Dutch Reformed Church in America (Old Mud Meeting House). She attended Mrs. Anderson’s school and was a graduate of Miami College for Women in Ohio. She also taught school in Kentucky and Florida. a member of the Christian Church. a daughter Ann Raymond Gabhart Boston MA a son-in-law David Friedman Boston MA one sister Mary Neal Terhune Clewiston FL two nieces Betty Wells and Bobbi Rensel one nephew Curtis Allin. Januaryat the Christian Church with Dr. David Hartman was in Spring Hill . were James Wells Michael Wells Jason Wells Curtis Allin Jr. Curtis Allin III and David Quinn. are suggested to The Ragged Edge Community Theater Christian Church or Harrodstowne Chorus. Ransdell Chapel was (HH Thu Jan) JULIA ENDERLE Julia Enderle,of Runyon Road January at Haggin Born May in Rockcastle NY the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bohoy. a housewife and a member of St. Andrew Catholic Church. her husband Paul H. Enderle one son Michael Enderle Lexington one daughter Karen (Wayne) Enderle VanSickle Tulsa OK two sisters Ann Snearly Albany NY and Helen Serdula Corning NY one granddaughter. Januaryat the St. Andrew Catholic Church with Father Joseph Meunch was in St. Nicholas . were Bob Schuster Doc McKinney Bronson Yeast Joseph Tonna Mark Schuster Greg Schuster and Chuck Durham. Honorary Bearers were Jim Huff George Rogers and Wade Hemphill. are suggested to St. Andrew Catholic Church Building Fund. Ransdell Chapel was (HH Thu Jan) ZARA DURR Zara Vivian Durr,of Health Care Center January at Haggin Born October in Murray the daughter of James Walsh and Flossie Lee Douglas Jones. the widow of Roy Durr Jr. a former and a member of the Church of Christ. three sons Gary and Terry Durr both of John Durr Nicholasville one daughter Valerie Durr Bluegrass Station one brother T. R. Jones Mentone IN two sisters Mary Anderson Lavonia MI and Chettie Winter Yellow Springs OH four Januaryat the Ransdell Chapel with Bro. Kenneth Preston was in Spring Hill . were Philip Durr Hunter Durr Frank Preston James Winter Bob Driggers and Steve Taylor. (HH Thu Jan) WILLIAM LAY A service for William "Bill" Lay,who December in San Diego at : p.m.,Januaryat Little Zion Baptist Church with Bro. Phil Yates The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of donations to Little Zion Baptist Church. (HH Thu Jan) MELVIN GIBSON Melvin Dillard Gibson who December was Cliff Gibson and Myrtie Bailey Shewmaker. (HH Thu Jan) LUCAROL LEHMAN LuCarol Shewmaker Lehman,of Waleska GA formerly of Mackville January at the North Fulton in Roswell GA. Born in Lebanon April a daughter of Orene Shewmaker of Lexington and Barnett Shewmaker. a member of the First Baptist Church of Canton GA a and a graduate of Mackville High School. Survivors in addition to her mother include her husband Earl Lehman Waleska GA one daughter Lisa Delger Rock Hill SC one step daughter Laurie Steele Kennesaw GA two step sons Steve Lehman Acworth GA and Dennis Lehman Marietta GA one sister Debra McCahren Paris one brother Darryl Shewmaker San Antonio TX four step by a son Richard Todd Caldwell. Januaryat the Carey and Son with Rev. John Lay was in the Peter in Mackville. were Steve Lehman Dennis Lehman Jeff Shewmaker Marty Hatchett Jim Powell and Tom Devine. (HH Thu Jan) KENNETH COCHRAN Kenneth Duward Cochran,of Isham Lane Mackville January at the James B. Haggin A native of Casey County born January son of Omer Floyd and Sallie Mahala Atwood Cochran. a member of the Mackville church of Christ an army veteran of World War II a retired farmer and had served several years on the Washington County Board of Education. his wife Liberty Darland Cochran Mackville one son Alex Parnell Cochran Mackville two daughters Mrs. James D. (Jenny) Hawthorne Mrs. Kirtley (Lisa) Barnett both of one brother Paul Cochran Louisville six and four great Januaryat the Carey and Son Home with Bro. Rick Murphy and Bro. Frank Preston was in the Battle . were Steve Settles Joe Settles Sandy Carey Mark Moore Jeffrey Isham and Darrel Baker. Honorary bearers were Granville Moore Richard Carey Jim Powell and Pete Carey. (HH Thu Jan) PAM DERESA WILCHER Pam Deresa Wilcher,of Hughley Lane Jan. from smoke inhalation in a fire at her residence. Born Dec. in Danville the daughter of Anna Lou Taylor Wilcher of Danville and William Earl Wilcher. an employee of Bay West Paper Company and a member of Gethsemane Baptist Church in Danville. In addition to her parents she is survived by a son Josh Wilcher of Mercer County two sisters her twin Jo Teresa Doss of and Connie Max-field of Danville and three brothers James Wilcher of Danville Linnie Wilcher of Cocoa FL and Allen Wilcher of Miami FL. at a.m. at the Preston-Pruitt Home in Danville with Rev. Granvell Morrow was in Danville Gardens. were William Peyton Danny Bugg Jimmy Claunch Connie Maxfield Jo Teresa Doss James Wilcher Kane Frey and George Hellerd. Employees of Bay West Paper Company were honorary . (HH Thu Jan) PAM WILCHER GEORGE BREESE Mercer County Man And Woman Die In Accidental Mobile Home Fire At Lake An accidental fire in a mobile home at Hughley Lane early morning claimed the lives of a Mercer County man and woman. Pam Deresa Wilcher,and George W. Breese,were pronounced dead at the scene after their bodies were found by firemen in a bedroom of the mobile home. According to State Fire Marshall Jack Flower autopsies revealed the two from smoke inhalation. Their bodies were not burned. Wilcher's son Joshua Wilcher,was not at home when the fire broke out according to Bob Linkous with the Central Kentucky Chapter of the American Red Cross. He said Joshua is staying with his father Danny Bugg of Lakeview Point. "The most logical cause of the fire was a live ash from a cigarette or a possible lighted candle on the wall that could have fallen off onto the couch," Flower said. He said an overstuffed sofa in the living room is believed to be where the fire started and that there was no indication that the fire was anything other an accidental one. Burgin Fire Chief Donald Bruce Brown said a neighbor Julie Simpson spotted the fire just before a.m. and at first thought the smoke was fog. Her husband was leaving for work and drove past the mobile home and realized it was on fire. Firemen were summoned and told there might be people inside the trailer. Wilcher had held a birthday party at the mobile home the night before for Simpson and another friend and Brown said it was learned that the last guest left about a.m. It is believed the fire broke out between and a.m. Brown speculated that a door may have been opened and may have "given just enough fresh air for the fire to take off." When firemen arrived they were met with flames and smoke in the living room area of the mobile home. They contained the fire before it reached the bedroom where the victims were found but the bedroom did have heat and smoke damage. "We believe they were asleep," Brown said of the victims. He urges all homeowners to utilize smoke alarms in their homes and said: "A $ smoke alarm might have saved their lives." Linkous said the mobile home is owned by Wilcher's mother Anna Wilcher of Danville who has some fire insurance on in. However he wasn't certain if it is enough to replace the trailer. Twenty-five firefighters from the Burgin Mercer Central and the Salvisa fire departments responded to the call to the mobile home. for Wilcher were handled by Preston-Pruitt in Danville and Lane in Canfield OH handled for Breese. (HH Thu Jan) GEORGE WILLIAM BREESE George William Breese,of Mercer County Jan. from smoke inhalation in a mobile home fire on Hughley Lane. Born July in Cleveland OH Ettie Breese and Robert Breeze of Canfield OH. the husband of Linda Breese of employed in construction by David Releford Construction Company. Additional three children Jason Jack and Billy Breese all of Canfield OH three stepchildren Tabitha Jacob and Sheldon Turner all of four brothers Robbie Breese and Sam Breese both of Canfield and Terry Breese of Cleveland TN and Jack Breese of Cleveland and two sisters Becky Breese of Cleveland and Jody Zimmerman of Canfield. at a.m. at Lane in Canfield OH. (HH Thu Jan) IRVIN E. LUNGER Irvin E. Lunger,of in his homeJan.. Lunger was Transylvania University’s longest-serving president. He became president of the university in January and retired in July He returned in as interim president for a year and a half and was a member of the university’s board of trustees from until his death. He oversaw the largest increase in students and campus buildings in the school’s year history. Lunger a minister who was recognized as one of the fore-most scholars on religion in the country joined the Lexington college in as a professor of religion and the first dean of Morrison Chapel. He came to Transylvania after serving as a minister at the University Church of the Disciples of Christ in Chicago. He became Transylvania’s academic dean in mid- and held that job for a year and a half. chosen to succeed Frank A. Rose as president in October He is survived by his wife Kay Walsh Ritchey Lunger a stepson a brother a sister and a granddaughter. are scheduled for Jan. at : a.m. at the Central Christian Church in Lexington. W.R. Milward Mortuary on Broadway is the (HH Thu Jan) REV. ARLIE CARTER for the Rev. Arlie Carter of Mason OH at p.m. Jan. at the Mason First Baptist Church. A Mercer County native he pastored several local churches. A long-time Mason resident pastor and founder of the Mason First Baptist Church. his wife Mabelle Sanders Carter four children James (Ann) Carter Bobby G. (Betty) Carter Brenda Sue (Rueben)Babb and Peggy Lou (Gary) Oglesby eight and nine great- The family suggest contributions to the Alzheimers Care Unit c/o Mason Christian Village Western Row Rd. Mason OH Shorten and Ryan was (HH Thu Jan) CHARLES CANNON Charles Franklin Cannon,of Mooreland Avenue January at the James B. Haggin Born September in Mercer County Ernest Forrest and Birdie Leonard Cannon. a security guard at the Kentucky State was a former policeman and a farmer. a member of the Southside Christian Church. his wife Ruth Edna Rogers Cannon , one son Charles Franklin Cannon Jr. and his wife Veneida Cannon one daughter Mrs. Connie Cannon and her husband Jewell Bartlett Nicholasville three brothers Forrest Cannon and Andrew Cannon both of and Leo Cannon of Danville three sisters Geneva Staklin and Lorraine Kurtz both of Lexington and Hazel Arnold Danville five and five great Januaryat the Alexander and Royalty with Sam Stow and Brackie Willoughby was in Spring Hill . were Randall Rogers Johnnie Rogers Marion Rogers Jr. William Rogers Ralph Rogers Leonard Rogers and Jim O'Nan. (HH Thu Jan) ELEANOR JAMES Eleanor V. James,of Springhill FL January. A native of Kentucky she had resided in Florida for the last years. a and a long time member of the Brooksville Christian Church. three sons Albert L. James New Port Richey FL Ken and Sandy James Rochester WA and John and Frances James Valrico FL three sisters Louise Wilson Somerset Edith Barnes Shelbyville IN and Betty and Arnold McClendon of Faubush great and one great great grandchild. Januaryat the Brooksville Christian Church. In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations to Life Path Hospice or the church of your choice. A service at a later date at Ransdell Chapel. (HH Thu Jan) DURWOOD BUTLER Durwood Butler,of Shannon Avenue January at the Hospice Care Center in Lexington. A native of Boyle County Clellan and Annie Louallen Butler. a painter for years and retired from the maintenance department of Shakertown. a member and usher of Ellers Baptist Church and a veteran of the USAF during the Korean Conflict. his wife Elizabeth Blacketer Butler two daughters Rhonda (John) Cheak Nina (Thomas) Peavler two sons Michael (Diane) Butler and Randy Butler two sisters Shirley (Ted) Gregory Wanda (Carl) Isham both of three brothers Gene (Brenda) Butler Warren Lee (Arnetta) Butler both of and William Jackson (Ruth) Butler Perryville four by two sisters Thelma Weldon and Virginia Robinson and a brother Allen Butler. Januaryat Gash Chapel with Bro. Kenneth Whitehouse was in the . were Tony Pinkston Eddie Long Garnett Tucker Terry Owens Brad Briscoe Roger Durr Henry Peavler and Ronnie Butler. Honorary bearers were Roscoe Royalty Junior Warner Marion Inman Greg Isham Troy Isham Terry Gregory Jerry Huffman and Danny White. (HH Thu Jan) LUCY DeFEET Lucy Marie Stargel DeFeet,January at her residence in Sardinia OH. Born October in Russell County the daughter of Willie and Sarah Robertson Stargel. the widow of Robert Lee DeFeet Jr. a member of New Friendship Baptist Church in Russell County. four daughters Carole Lee (George) Ely and Jane (Forrest) Jackson Cincinnati OH Joyce Mae (Delbert) Ballou Goshen OH June Faye (Roger) McPherson Cinnaminson NJ nine and two great by a brother Elvis Stargel a daughter Judy Marie DeFeet and a granddaughter Rebecca Renee Jackson. Januaryat Beam-Fender in Sardinia OH. was in Sardinia . are suggested to Hospice of Hope Georgetown OH or the American Cancer Society. (HH Thu Jan) MILITARY RITES Douglas Laws Post # American Legion Post # VFW and DAV Post # conducted Military Rites for Norman Pinkston at Spring Hill January . Attending were Roy Freeman James Carey Howard Howells Curtiss Sherrow Joe Harlow and Tom Denny. Zenah Teater served as bugler. Presenting the flag were SFC Dan Dudley and SFC Norvella Jones of Fort Knox. (HH Thu Jan) MILITARY RITES Douglas Laws Post # American Legion Post # VFW and DAV Post # conducted Military Rites for Dillard Gibson at Spring Hill January . Attending were James Carey Howard Howells Curtiss Sherrow Joe Harlow Tom Denny and Roy Freeman. Zenah Teater served as bugler. Presenting the flag were Sgt. Kelly Copas and SPC Kereem Terrell of Fort Knox. (HH Thu Jan) OTIS CLAYPOOL Sr. Otis E. Claypool,January at Baptist East in Louisville. Born September in Stanford a son of Charles and Dora Morehead Claypool. retired from the City of Louisville Police Department and an independent truck driver. a member of Lewis Masonic Lodge # for years and a member of the Jeffersontown Baptist Church. two sons Otis E. Claypool Jr. and Stephen Claypool four daughters Carla C. Rudisaile Lisa Hale Deborah Claypool and Sarah Marlow and two great at : a.m.Januaryat the Foreman Jeffersontown. will be in Spring Hill . are suggested to the American Diabetes Association Bishop Lane SuiteLouisville KY Visitation from : to : p.m.Januarywith a Masonic service at : p.m. (HH Thu Jan) WILLIE CURTSINGER Willie Junior "Bill" Curtsinger,of Terrell Ridge Road Willisburg January at his residence. Born May in Washington County a son of Taylor and Lola Milburn Curtsinger. a retired carpenter. his wife Sue Anna Byrd Curtsinger five sons Ricky Curtsinger Tony Curtsinger and Joseph Curtsinger all of Timothy Curtsinger and Davis Curtsinger both of Campbellsville four daughters Mrs. Wayne (Sandra) Benham and Deborah Robinson both of Springfield Mrs. Michael (Tonyia) Deacon Willisburg and Mrs. Steven (Angela) Goodlett one sister Mrs. Ernest "Lizzie" Thompson Willisburg two brothers Clem Make Curtsinger and Randall "Buddy" Curtsinger both of Willisburg by a brother Earl Marshall "Pete" Curtsinger and three sisters Christine Chesser Janie Hilbert and Lorene Jewell. Januaryat the Carey and Son with Rev. W. W. Webb was in Brush Grove Road . were Fred William Benham Lawrence Dewayne Benham Jonathan Eugene Trent Samuel L. Deacon and Johnny Curtsinger. (HH Thu Jan) CRIT BAILEY Crit Baily,of Royal Lane Somerset January at his residence. Born April in Hyden Chester A. and Lucretia Napier Bailey. the widower of Ruth Nimzar Woodbury Bailey. a retired bulldozer operator for Codel Construction and enjoyed wood carving and fishing. three sons Charles Edwin (Geri) Bailey Cincinnati OH Donnie Samuel (Carletta) Bailey Inez and Evans John (Lillie) Bailey one daughter Vicki Jo (Lowell) Boggs one brother Walter Bailey Covington OH five sisters Rose Mitchell and Elizabeth Mitchell both of London Jean Wooten and Ethel Johnson both of Hyden and Frances Arioli of HI nine six great by two sons David Crit Bailey and Timothy Taylor Bailey three brothers Harold Harton and Earl Bailey three sisters Jessica Jones Nell Worley and Pearl Bailey. Januaryat Lange and New Brothers Family with Walter Bailey was in Mt. Zion . (HH Thu Jan) VIRGINIA STRATTON Virginia Dailey Stratton,of Catlett Lane January at her residence. Born March in Millersburg the daughter of George Herman and Nettie Howard. the widow of Abe Stratton. a a Kentucky Colonel and a member of the Mayo Christian Church. five sons Abe Stratton Jr. Wayne Stratton and Warren Stratton all of Gary Stratton Gravel Switch and Drew Stratton Washington County seven daughters Nancy Beaser Ocean City MD Alice Stratton and Lana Turpin both of Helen Mitchell and Sue Robertson both of Frankfort Gayle Arthur Paintsville and Kay Cloyd Mercer County two brothers Jack Howard FL and George Howard Radcliff one sister Ann Gullion Walton and a number of great and great great by two sons Delbert and Kenneth Stratton two sisters Madeline Howard and Ruth Gravitt and two brothers Luther Howard and Howard Fightmaster. Januaryat the Ransdell Chapel with Edward Turpin was in Spring Hill . were Danny Matherly Steven Stratton Caleb Stratton Joey Turpin Rodney Cloyd Michael Stratton Lee Stratton and Robin Hall. Honorary bearers were the remaining are suggested to Heritage Hospice. (HH Thu Jan) LAURA STINNETT Laura B. Stinnett Lexington Road January at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born April in Leslie County the daughter of Chester and Lucinda Fields Hensley. the widow of Corbett Stinnett. a former midwife and a member of the United Pentecostal Church and liked to crochet. Survivors include two sons Johnny Rector Brodhead Bill Rector Lexington two daughters Ruth Lamb Sue Beasley Tyrone three brothers Harvey and Irvine Hensley Brodhead and Elmer Leroy Hensley GA three sisters Oma Abrams Rockcastle County Geneva Sparks Brodhead and Alice Alexander Waynesville OH several great and several great great by one son Eugene Rector one daughter Bernice Wiley three brothers Henry John and Ernest Hensley and one sister Maggie Brewer. at : p.m.Januaryat the Alexander and Royalty with Allen Hensley will be in Spring Hill . will be Thomas Wylie Larry Joe Wylie Cash Ray Moore II Cassidy Moore Chris Watts and Robby Comer. Visitation from : to : p.m. and after : a.m. at the . (HH Thu Jan) VARNER LESTER Varner Lester,of Lexington formerly of January at the Christian Health Center in Lexington. Born May in Minor and Zerilda Watts Lester. a retired farmer and was a member of the Baptist Church where Deacon Emeritus and former Glad Hand School class member. his wife Hazel Trout Lester three daughters Anita (Jerry) Lester Bruce Versailles Leona Gay (Doug) Lester O'Banion and Virginia Trout (Dan) Lester Yates both of one brother Horace Lester two sisters Mary Morris Lakeland Fl and Helen Carpenter Lexington six and seven great at : p.m.Januaryat the Baptist Church with Rev. Stephen Varner Bruce and Dr. Robert DeFoor will be in Spring Hill . will be Brian O'Banion Robert B. Morris Darill Lester David W. Lester Douglas Carpenter and Lynn Nichols. Honorary bearers will be members of the Glad Hand School class deacons of Baptist Church Nolan Nichols Earl Kent Nichols Tommy Nichols Carroll Semones Lyle Harmon Stuart Warner Aaron Gray Bob Martin Joe Marshall Warner Johnny Warner and J. C. Cannon. are suggested to the Baptist Foundation. Visitation will be at the Ransdell Chapel from : to : p.m. and : a.m. until the time of service at the church on (HH Thu Jan) NELSON JENNINGS Nelson Jennings,of Dry Creek Road Clearfield January at the Life Care Center in Morehead. Born April in Rowan County Aaron and Zanie Petitt Jennings. the owner of Jennings Excavating Company of Clearfield. his wife Christine Kidd Jennings Clearfield one son Gary Dale Jennings Clearfield one daughter Rhonda Jean Peavler two brothers Ottis Allen Jennings Dayton OH and Lloyd Jennings Clearfield one sister Ruby Mynhier Clearfield five by four brothers Earl Denford Noah Ray and Lonnie Jennings. at : p.m.Januaryat the Northcutt and Son Home for s Chapel Morehead with Rev. H. G. Pratt will be in the Crix . Visitation after : p.m. at the . (HH Thu Jan) JUDITH LOGAN Judith Gay Logan Kankakee IL January in Kankakee. born in Kankakee May daughter of Fred and Wanita Mosier. the widow of Gary M. Logan. a son Zachary Logan Kankakee IL mother and father-in-law Richard and Jane Logan two sisters-in-law Dawn Summerville and Mrs. Dana Tincher Berea. Januaryat the Clancy-Gurmon Home in Bourbonnais with Rev. Beverly Marshall-Goodell was in Deselm . (HH Thu Jan) BESSIE HARDIN Bessie Hardin,January at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born August in Mercer County the daughter of John and Nannie Sallee Phillips. the widow of Clyde Hardin. a and a member of the new Providence Presbyterian Church. two sons Floyd Miller Hardin and Eddie Dalton Hardin both of three daughters Wanda Jean Hardin and Joan Hardin both of Barbara Joyce Davis Kannapolis NC and great Januaryat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. Bobby Logue will be in Spring Hill . Visitation will be from : to : p.m.and after : a.m. at the . (HH Thu Jan) JUANITA PERRY Juanita Nield Perry,of Elizabethtown a resident of the Springfield Nursing and Rehab Center January at the Norton Spring View in Lebanon. Born November in Mercer County the daughter of James and Ethel Ross Nield. retired from civil service at Fort Knox as an accounting clerk after years. one son Jimmy Nield Lambert Danville five daughters Susan Brey Elizabethtown Jennie Perry and Ramona Perry both of Lancaster Cindy Perry of Rineyville and Etta Manns of Tacoma WA one sister Margaret Nield Perryville one brother Norman Nield Perryville eight and two great Januaryat the Carey and Son Home Springfield with Bro. Robert E. Jones was in Spring Hill . were Etta Manns Jimmy Lambert Michael Bray Derek Travis Norman Nield Brett Faulkner and David Curfiss. (HH Thu Feb) MILDRED McCALL Mildred "Millie" B. McCall,of Sycamore and formerly of DeKalb IL January at the Bethany Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center. Born February in Battle the daughter of Charlie and Stella Casey Isham. the widow of Arthur McCall Jr. She had been employed at the DeKalb Public and the DeKalb County Nursing Home. a member of the Foursquare Church of DeKalb and enjoyed taking photographs of her family and care of her pet parakeets. Survivors include two sons Arthur (Judy) McCall of Corpus Christi TX Robert C. (Paula) McCall Daytona Beach FL one daughter Sue (Harold) Olson Sycamore OH eight and three great by a sister Catherine Isham and a brother LeRoy Isham. January at the Anderson Home in DeKalb with Rev. Dennis Campbell was in Fairview Park in DeKalb. (HH Thu Feb) SIDNEY PEERCY Mrs. Sidney Jane Edwards Peercy,formerly of Walnut Street Salvisa January at the James B. Haggin Born April in Wayne County the daughter of John David and Lela Ellen Simpson Criswell. the widow of Laurl Francis Edwards. a and a member of the Hebron Baptist Church. three sons Francis Edwards Jack Edwards and Johnnie Edwards all of Salvisa two daughter Ruth Douglas and Carletta Daniels both of Salvisa two sisters Montie Upchurch and Lola Abbott both of Monticello. and six great by two brothers Goldman Criswell and Jason Criswell and two sisters Lizzie Simpson and Lona Crabtree. January at the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. George Dye Bro. J. H. Burns and Bro. Dallas Daniels was in the Hebron . were Ray Daniels Travis Daniels Scott Edwards Lee Chowning Juhon Goodman and Danny Richardson. (HH Thu Feb) GEORGIA HAYES Georgia Smith Hayes West Office Street January at the James B. Haggin Born February in the daughter of Henry Clay and Grace Elizabeth Johnson Smith. a graduate of West Side High School and attended Wilberforce College in Ohio. a housewife and an employee of Social in a member of the First Baptist Church where she served on the Usher Board Missionary Society and was the church’s pianist for a number of years. four sons William (Pearl) Kendrick and James Hayes both of Las Vegas NV Vincent (Diane) Hayes Jr. Sand Diego CA Albert Louise Hayes Phoenix AZ one daughter Mrs. Leon (Kathryn) VanDyke one sister Mrs. William (Lou Ella) Goodman Lexington seven and seven great by three sons Ronald Donald and Byron Thomas Hayes two daughters Joyce and Doris Hayes and a sister Bertie Clay Smith. will be conducted at : p.m.Februaryat the First Baptist Church with Rev. Virgil Hill will be in Maple Grove . will be James Lyons Scott Jones Gary Mayes John Smith Jesse Thomas Andy Harris and Chris Short. Honorary bearers will be Social Service Workers Lee Ann West Geneva Wash Harold Logue Sam Irving Debbie Sallee Beverly McDonald Barbara Yates Brenda Reed Susan Franklin Marquita Carmickle Frances Sims and Judy Harmon. Parks is (HH Thu Feb) NANCY ALVES Nancy Lou Alves,of Henderson formerly of January at Methodist the daughter of Lee James Coleman Sr. and Ethel Ensminger Coleman. a member of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church a graduate of the University of Kentucky and was a longtime member of Delta Delta Delta Sorority. her husband Richard Alves Henderson one brother Lee James Coleman Jr. of Lexington. Januaryat the Rudy-Rowland Home in Henderson with Rev. Gordon Morrison was in Fernwood . (HH Thu Feb) CONNIE ELLIS Connie L. Ellis,of N. Main Street January at the Haggin Born December in Kirkwood Russell and Reva Cammack Ellis. owner and operator of Motors and was a US Army veteran of the Korean Conflict. a member of the Kirkwood Baptist Church a Kentucky Colonel and a member of the American Legion. his wife Lucianna Ellis two sons Darrell (Lori) Ellis Jimmy Ellis one daughter Ann Ellis one sister Joyce (Bill) Elliott two Justin and Jessica Ellis. by two brothers Roy and Coy Ellis. Januaryat the Ransdell Chapel with Bro. James Harley and Terry Cornish was in Spring Hill . were Charlie Cammack Johnny Ellis Jim McGlone Paul Blacketer Joe Stevens Darren VanDiver Don Billy Yates and Bobby Cammack. Honorary bearers were Paul Jones Brennan Royalty Jimmy Holiday Glenn Cocanougher Bud VanArsdall Frank Trisler Junior Isham Gene Lawson Earl Franklin Ransdell Kenneth Long Connie Isham David Taylor Bill Stevens Linwood Chilton Ken Cooper and Clinton Woodard. are suggested to the James Graham Brown Cancer Center or one’s favorite charity. (HH Thu Feb) WILLIAM SALLEE William E. Sallee,of Providence Care Center formerly of Sandusky OH January. Born in December George Alfred and Cynthia White Sallee. the widower of Martha W. White Sallee. a graduate of Kentucky State College with a BA in history and completed his post-graduate studies at Northwestern University in Evanston IL. retired from Vulcan Materials and was a member of St. Stephen AME Church. one daughter Wilma Sallee Stacy Sandusky OH one sister Earlene Sallee Lexington OH three and five great by a daughter Donna S. Green. Februaryat the Groff East Perkins Ave. Sandusky OH with Rev. Thomas Darden was in Oakland . contributions can be made to St. Stephens AME Building Fund Neil St. Sandusky OH or one's favorite charity. (HH Thu Feb) NANNIE COVERT Nannie Beatrice Covert,of McBrayer Drive February at Haggin Born March in Mercer County the daughter of Frank and Emma Norton Black. the widow of Marshall Cook Sanders Henry Thompson McCrosky and Will Scott Covert. a member of the Baptist Church WMU s Club and had worked as a hostess for the church. two sons Nelson Cleo Sanders Don McCrosky Lebanon three daughters Kathryn Sanders Peavler and Jean Sanders Wiley both of Lexington Jo Anne Winston Versailles two sisters Lucille Black Pinkston Springfield Dottie Black Smith and great by two brothers Byford Black and Gilbert Black two sisters Doris Gammon and Merlin Million one grandson Dan Marshall Sanders. Februaryat the Ransdell Chapel with Dr. Robert DeFoor and Bro. Terry Morrison was in Spring Hill . were John L. Peavler Brent Wiley Mark Winston Richard Winston Thomas McCrosky and Matt McCrosky. are suggested to the Baptist Foundation or the Foreign Mission Fund. (HH Thu Feb) WINNIE BOYER Winnie Frances Boyer,of Coach Gate Louisville February at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born June in Breckinridge County the daughter of Ovie and Clemmie Smiley Robinson. the widow of Ben W. Boyer. a and a member of St. Paul's Methodist Church. one son Jim Moseley one step son Dale Boyer Houston TX three sisters Mildred Hemp Louisville Mona Breland Indianapolis IN and Ruth Jolly Hardinsburg six and great at : p.m. Februaryat the L. D. Pearson & Son Breckinridge Lane Louisville with Rev. Phil Williams and Dr. Greeb will be in the Rest Haven in Louisville. are suggested to the Christian Church Renovation Fund. Visitation will befrom : to : p.m. at Ransdell Chapel and: to : p.m. at L. D. Pearson & Son in Louisville. (HH Thu Feb) LINDA POWELL Linda Lou Powell,of Hensley Heights February at the UK Medical Center in Lexington. Born September in Washington County the daughter of Roy Kenneth Settles of and Martina Thomas Settles. a Corning assembly worker and a member of the Mackville Church of Christ. She loved interior decorating and going to flea markets. Survivors in addition to her father include: her husband Cornell Powell two daughters Lisa Carol Powell Hawn Burgin Deidra Lynn Powell Kettles one son Justin Cornell Powell three brothers Curtis Dale Settles and Kenneth Ray Settles both of and Danny Lynn Settles Springfield two sisters Doria Lee Baker Sue Mudd Springfield four by a brother Donnie Watson Settles. will be at : p.m.Februaryat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. Lester Tirey Bro. Floying Thompson and Bro. Larry Reed will be in the Williams in Dixville. will be John Edward Smith Chad Baker Benjamin Settles Shane Turner Denny Thompson Everett Settles and Shane Powell. Honorary bearers will be Jolynda Settles Christina Settles Amy Powell and Teresa Carey. Visitation from : to : p.m. and after : a.m. at the . (HH Thu Feb) LINDA POWELL Accident Leads to Local Woman's Death A Mercer County woman who was injured in a vehicle accident on the U.S. Bypass Jan. has from a combination of injuries received in the accident and pre-existing illnesses Mercer County Deputy Sheriff Chris Kehrt said . Linda Powell of Hensley Heights at : p.m. at the University of Kentucky Medical Center. Kehrt said the Fayette County Coroner's office contacted him of the death and probable cause of death on The accident occurred at the intersection of the Bypass and KY when vehicles driven by Cornell Powell of Hensley Heights and Harold T. Dennis of Longview Drive collided in the intersection. Linda Powell was a passenger in the Powell vehicle. Also injured in the accident were Cornell Powell and another passenger in his car Megan Kittles of Larchmont. Dennis was also injured. Both vehicles were severely damaged. Kehrt said because Powell's death occurred within days of the accident the accident will now be classified as a fatal one. (HH Thu Feb) KATHERINE YOUMANS Katherine Lee Isham Youmans,of Mayfair Village Tates Creek Lexington February at Hospice Care Center in Lexington. Born July in Mackville the daughter of Richard R. and Lettie Powell Isham. the widow of Ralph Emmerson Youmans. a retired office manager for Robert Springate Sr. Securities and a member of the United Methodist Church. at : a.m.Februaryat Spring Hill . are suggested to Hospice of the Bluegrass. Ransdell Chapel There will be no visitation. (HH Thu Feb) MARTHA WOODLIFF Martha Ann Woodliff,of Louisville Road February at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born April in Overton TX the daughter of Horace and Agnes Shutlesworth Musslewhite. She had worked as a secretary for the United Presbyterian Church and was a member of Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Survivors in addition to her parents include: her husband George Woodliff one son Jonathan Woodliff two brothers Joe Musslewhite and Wilmer Musslewhite both of Troup TX one sister Mary Kerr Tyler TX. at : p.m.Februaryat the Cumberland Presbyterian Church with members of the Mercer Ministerial Association at : p.m.Februaryat the First Baptist Church in Troup TX. will be in the Union Grove Troup TX. are suggested to the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Visitation from : to : p.m. at the church and on February at the Cottle in Troup TX. Ransdell Chapel local (HH Thu Feb) STEPHEN SPRADLIN Stephen Harris Spradlin,of formerly of Mt. Sterling February at his residence. Born August in Mt. Sterling Robert and Peggy Hacker Spradlin of Mt. Sterling. an industrial engineer at Hitachi Automotive Products. a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University and a member of Kappa Alpha Fraternity. Survivors in addition to his parents include: one sister Leslie Spradlin Barrilleaux Scottsboro AL. at : p.m.Februaryat the Taul in Mt. Sterling with Rev. Molly Smothers will be in the Machpelah . will be Neal Taul Troy Shrout Steven Tuttle Bill Baker Darren Sims and Mike Hazelwood. Honorary bearers will be Scott Phillips Arvett Tackettt Greg Mayes Joe Gerlach Michelle Sowers Russ Blakley Ben Sharp Mike Willis Benita Linville Kathy Carrol and Cecil Sickle. In lieu of flowers are suggested to the American Paralysis Association. (HH Thu Feb) STEPHEN SPRADLIN Quadriplegic Dies In Accidental Asphyxiation A -year-old quadriplegic man from yesterday apparently from accidental positional asphyxiation. Stephen Harris Spradlin of Virginia Avenue in Alexander Heights was pronounced dead at : a.m. after a passerby found him and called police. Police received the call about :. Mercer County Coroner Sonny Ransdell who pronounced Spradlin dead said the accident probably occurred between : and : a.m. Spradlin an industrial engineer at Hitachi Automotive had recently had tendon replacement surgery to his right arm and that arm was still in a cast. This was the first time Spradlin had ventured out of his home and down the ramp since the surgery said Ransdell. Spradlin was found slumped forward in his wheelchair at the bottom of the ramp. Ransdell said Spradlin had tipped his upper torso over and could not raise himself. He could not breathe in that position the coroner said. Ransdell said Spradlin who was involved in a motor vehicle accident several years ago that left him quadriplegic controlled his wheelchair by using a toggle switch with his left hand. Spradlin lived alone but he had home health . He is Robert and Peggy Spradlin of Mt. Sterling. (HH Thu Feb) ETHEL WATKINS Ethel Bugg Watkins,of Ada Drive February at her residence. Born December in the daughter of Ira and Pearl Lester Tatum. the widow of William Watkins. a retired inspector for Corning Glass and was a member of Baptist Church. one son Ray Bugg one brother Elmer Tatum Danville. by a brother Clarence Tatum two sisters Aline Baker and Hallie Hayslett. Februaryat the Ransdell chapel with Rev. James Harley was in Spring Hill . were Michael Bugg Jack Pearson Clifford Long Roy Tatum Donnie Tatum and Vernon Tatum. are suggested to the Mercer County Humane Society. (HH Thu Feb) HARRY JAMES Harry James of Road Lexington formerly of February at his residence. Born January in Mercer County Henry and Juanita Scott James of an insurance agent a musician and employed by Heritage Cosntruction. Survivors in addition to his parents include three daughters Helena Taylor Bentonville AR Christinia James and Beverly James both of Lexington. Februaryat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Frank Pennington will be in the New Providence . were Charlie Devine Bob McIntire Mike Hildebrandt Mitch Crane Johnny Smith Mike Waley and Dave Richards. (HH Thu Feb) SHELIA PRATHER Shelia Prather,of Forrest Drive formerly of February at her residence. Born August in Fayette County the daughter of Catherine Lowry Carroll of and Julius Estes. a Registered Nurse at Central Baptist in Lexington. a graduate of Midway College School of Nursing the former co-owner of Cedar Grove Country Club for Pets and was a nationally recognized winner of numerous awards while showing dogs at professional dog show competitions. In addition to her mother her step-father Marvin Carroll former husband Gary Prather one son Brian Dwayne Preston one daughter Stacy Lynn Poling three brothers Barry Estes Indianapolis IN James C. Monroe FL Johnny Monroe Burgin one sister Judy Williams Februaryat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. James Harley was in Spring Hill . were David Peavler Gary Lowry Tim Lowry Jason Estes Troy Douglas and Larry Purvis. (HH Thu Feb) EDGAR GODBEY Edgar Godbey,February at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born August in Joseph Nim Godbey and Matrie Wesley. his wife Virginia Godbey Burgin one son Eddie Godbey AL three stepsons Carl Lee Baker Richmond Kenny Baker Robert G. Baker Danville one step daughter Rena Crepps Lexington two sisters Flonnie Bird Viola Webb Lexington three brothers Floyd Godbey Velmer Godbey Delmer Godbey Frankfort. Februaryat the Wilder in Perryville with Rev. Ron McPherson was in Hillcrest . (HH Thu Feb) THURMAN DENNY Thurman M. Denny,resident of Longview Court Lancaster February at Fort Logan in Stanford. Born December in Mercer County Joe and Mary Belle Denny. a carpenter and a member of the Hyattsville Baptist Church. his wife Nellie Denny Lancaster two daughters Olivia Hewell Largo FL Michelle Treat Elk Creek VA two sons Ronald Denny St. Petersburg FL Glenn Denny Reno NV one step son Ronnie Thomas Lancaster one step daughter Minnie Lemay Frankfort one sister Nellie Tierce seven two great seven step and step great by three brothers and six sisters. Februaryat Ramsey in Lancaster with Rev. Everett Priddy and Rev. Barry Jeffries was in the Lancaster . were Randy Lemay Greg Lemay Ricky Shelton Louis Gehlhousen Jason Denny and Denise Piercy. Honorary bearers were members of the Adult Men’s School Class at Hyatttsville Baptist Church. (HH Thu Feb) THELMA NICHOLS Thelma Nichols,of Cardinal Meadows February at Danville Center for Health and Rehabilitation in Danville. Born October in Mercer County the daughter of Mock Thomas and Sarah Bell Foster Nichols. She worked as a caregiver for children and the elderly. a member of Cumberland Presbyterian Church where the oldest member and a charter member. She is survived by four nieces Karen Hayner Raleigh NC Katherine Catlett and Thelma Long both of and Nina Mallory Danville three nephews Lynn Nichols Earl Kent Nichols and Nolan Nichols all of by three brothers Gilbert Earl and Eldred Nichols. at : a.m.Februaryat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Jim Owens was in Spring Hill . were Lynn Nichols Nolan Nichols Earl Kent Nichols Gene Mallory Jerry Catlett and Bobby Catlett. are suggested to Cumberland Presbyterian Church. (HH Thu Feb) ARTHUR MEAUX Sr. Arthur B. Meaux Sr.,formerly of Salvisa February at the Thompson-Wood Veterans Center in Wilmore. Born April Vance Meaux Jr. and Eva Cunningham Meaux. a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and was a former employee of the W. K. Hikes family in Louisville for over years. three sons Arthur B. (Elaine) Meaux Jr. Chicago IL John (Julie) Meaux Des Moines IA and Mark (Marilyn) Meaux Louisville two daughters Shalonda Meaux Louisville and Wilma Annette Meaux Cleveland OH six by a brother Eddie Meaux. will be conducted at : p.m.Februaryat the Parks with Dr. H. D. Cockerham will be in Camp Nelson National in Nicholasville. will be Arthur Meaux Jr. Mark Meaux John Meaux Sherman Smith Leroy Caldwell and Rodney Baker. Visitation will be from : until : p.m. and after : a.m. until the hour of service at the . (HH Thu Feb) EMOGENE ROY Emogene Roy,of Bourne Ave. Somerset February at Lake Cumberland Regional in Somerset. Born October in Argyle the daughter of Edgar D. and Flossie Godby Wall. the widow of Clarence Roy. an inventory clerk at the Lake Cumberland Regional and a member of Southern Heights Christian Church. five daughters Brenda (J. T. ) Murphy Bethelridge Joyce Roy Barbara (Jimmy) Moore Somerset Peggy (Randall) Clark Junction City Sherry Meece Somerset three sisters Marie Dick Goshen OH Freida Jasper Mintonville and Lucille Durham Liberty one son Danny (Mary) Roy Ann Arbor MI two step sons Corky Roy Stanton Bobby Joe Roy OH great and one great great grandchild. by a son Eddie Roy a daughter Martha Katherine Roy one granddaughter Melissa Murphy Peck and one daughter-in-law Faye Roy. at the Chapel of Pulaski in Somerset February with Bro. Joel Patton and Bro. Keith Short was in Valley Oak Argyle. are suggested to the Southern Heights Christian Church Building Fund. (HH Thu Feb) RUTH SIMS Ruth Hourigan Sims,of Williamsburg Pike Batavia OH formerly of January at Hospice of Cincinnati in Blue Ash OH. Born October in Mercer County a daughter of James Robert Hourigan and Clydia Bell Rexroat Hourigan. her husband Edgar "Fuzzy" Sims Batavia OH one son Danny Sims and one daughter Barbara Potrafke both of OH one sister Mary Helen Zeliff two brothers Horace Hourigan and Thomas Hourigan Springfield six great four great great by two brothers Kenneth and Stanley Hourigan and one sister Josephine Powell. Januaryat the Maham in Williamsburg OH. was in Williamsburg . (HH Thu Feb) FRANCES SHAFER Frances D. Shafer,of Heritage Manor Shelbyville IN formerly of Mercer County February at Heritage Manor Shelbyville IN. Born March in Winchester the daughter of John Aster and Ferris Lucy Guy McGuire. the widow of Dr. Cecil Wendell Shafer. a retired Special Education Teacher for the Jefferson County school system and was a member of the Burgin Christian Church. a School teacher for a number of years. a graduate of the Arkansas State Teacher's college. two sons James Shafer Shelbyville IN and John Shafer AK three sisters Elizabeth Clifton and Nancy Faulkner both of Lexington and BenEtta McCray NC four and two great Februaryat the Burgin Christian Church with Rev. Linda Gearheart and Rev. Scott Shafer was in the Camp Nelson National Nicholasville. are suggested to the Burgin Christian Church. (HH Thu Feb) J. W. WILHAM J. W. Wilham,of Dudley Drive Murray February at the Murray Calloway County Born June in Mercer County John Wilham Sr. and Amanda Brown Wilham. a retired businessman and had owned Kenlake Marine for years. a member of Baptist Church. his wife Jayne Wilham Murray two daughters Sharon (L. W.) Patterson and Kimberly (Harry) Weatherly both of Atlanta GA one son John E. (Cindi) Wilham Paducah five by two brothers Edward and Garnett Wilham and three sisters Roselle Phillips Maggie Mattingly and Myrtle May Wilham. Februaryat the J. H. Churchill Home Murray with Rev. Jim Simmons Entombment was in Murray City Mausoleum. (HH Thu Feb) CLEO LEWIS Cleo Lewis,of Oakland Lane February at the James B. Haggin Born January in Burgin Golie and Minnie Robinson Lewis. a retired Kentucky Utilities workers and a member of Dry Branch Baptist Church. his best friend Laura Byrd five brothers James A. Lewis Randell Lewis Goodloe Lewis and Marvin Lewis all of Goldie Lewis . by one brother Marshall Lewis. Februaryat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. Donnie Releford and Bro. Gilbert Robinson was in Spring Hill . were Shane Koettel Bobby Lewis Haldon Lewis Randy Lewis Ricky Lewis and Butch Merchant. Honorary bearers were Herman Taylor Willis Hendren Gary Peavler and deacons of the Dry Branch Baptist Church. (HH Thu Feb) DAVE MARKSBURY Dave Marksbury,of Lexington formerly of February in Naples. FL. the husband of Phyllis Hendrix Marksbury. are incomplete at Betts & West in Nicholasville. (HH Thu Feb) BLONDELLA HARMON Blondella Harmon Cornishville Road widow of Marshall D. Harmon February at St. Joseph in Lexington. are incomplete at the Alexander and Royalty . (HH Thu Feb) BURMAH SMITH Burmah Elizabeth Smith a resident of Sarasota for years February. a daughter Kristen B. Agrell a son Justin S. Agrell her mother Juantia G. Smith Middlesboro two brothers Kirby (Donna E.) Smith III Middlesboro and W. Vance (Elizabeth) Smith one sister Lynne Coughlin Ft. Lauderdale FL. Marchat St. Mary's Episcopal Church in Middlesboro. In lieu of flowers contributions may be sent to the American Cancer Society. (HH Thu Mar) MARTHA WORLEY Martha Christopher Worley,Danville Road Perryville February at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born November in Lancaster the daughter of Letcher and Ella Henry Christopher. former owner and founder of Perryville Furniture Mart where she worked for over years and was a former member of the West End s. Secretary of the Ruby Bohanon School Class at the Perryville Baptist Church where a member. her husband E. M. Worley Perryville one son Sammy Worley Lexington three daughters Barbara Brummett Perryville Martha Moore Gray Mary Dell Morgan Perryville two sisters Betty Johnson Danville Mary Ann Odom of Farmerville LA. Februaryat the Perryville Baptist Church with Rev. Chris Brummett and Rev. Ron Holman was in the Shawnee Run in Mercer County. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to the Martha Worley Fund c/o Farmers National Bank in Perryville Heritage Hospice or the Joni Wilder Scholarship Fund. Wilder was (HH Thu Mar) JOHN PRICE John Vincent Price,of Danville February at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born July in Lebanon John Lee and Frances Lucille Price. a brick mason and a member of the Alum Springs Church of God. two sisters Iona May Dean and Lisa Lucille Hunter Junction City two brothers Joseph Matthew Price and James Thomas Price both of Danville. Februaryat the Alum Springs Church of God with Keith Willoughby and Terry Morrison was in the Whited . Bartle in Liberty was (HH Thu Mar) SAMUEL BALLARD Samuel W. Ballard,of Mockingbird Drive February at Haggin Born September in Garrard County Charlie H. and Lora Price Ballard. He worked as a supervisor for Kentucky Utilities at the E. W. Brown Power Plant. a member of the Baptist Church where a deacon and treasurer for many years. a member of Mercer Masonic Lodge F&AM and the American Legion. his wife Mildred Dennis Ballard one son Samuel "Dennis" Ballard two brothers Harold (Jewell) Ballard Bob (Dora Dean) Ballard Garrard County one sister Ruby (Richard) Carpenter Brentwood TN. by a sister Pauline Mauldin. Februaryat the Ransdell Chapel with Dr. Robert DeFoor was in Spring Hill . were Robert Ballard David Ballard Charles Ballard Ballard Mauldin John Ripy Jr. Andrew Dennis and Chris Carpenter. Honorary bearers were deacons of the Baptist Church. are suggested to the Baptist Family Life Center or one's favorite charity. (HH Thu Mar) JAMES HAYDEN Jr. James William "Billy" Hayden Jr. ageof formerly of Louisville February at the Health Care Center. Born July in Paducah James William and Julia Elizabeth Gibbons Hayden Sr. the widower of Judy Hayden. a former plumber having worked in Louisville and Lexington for thirty years. a Catholic and avid golfer. Survivors include two brothers Gus Hayden Jacksonville FL and Lonnie Hayden two sisters Joan Azinger Portland OR and Judy Cecil Louisville. by a brother Herby Hayden. Februaryat the St. Andrew Catholic Church with Father Joseph Muench was in Spring Hill . were John Cecil John Cecil Jr. Mike Qualls and Joe Osborne. Expressions of sympathy are suggested to the American Cancer Society PO Box KY Alexander and Royalty was (HH Thu Mar) BLONDELLA HARMON Blondella Harmon,of Cornishville Road February at the St. Joseph in Lexington. Born February in Washington County the daughter of John Calvin and Lizzie Mae Robinson Cornish. the widow of Marshall D. Harmon. an employee of the Mercer County School System and a member of the Cornishville Baptist Church where the School Secretary and Assistant Treasurer for several years. She is survived by: one son Doug H. Harmon Cornishville one brother Royce Cornish Cornishville one sister Christine Young six two great by a son Mark Harmon a daughter Elizabeth Ann Harmon a brother T. J. Robinson and a half brother Woodrow Robinson. Februaryat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. Paul Readnour was in the Cornishville Baptist Church . were Brandon Harmon Wesley Harmon Troy Harmon Mitchell Harmon Eugene Harmon Billy Joe Robinson Mike Robinson Dennis Robinson and Richard Tingle. Honorary bearers were Devon Lester Billy Grider Dudley Huffman Jr. Donald Litterel George Hendrix and Greg Brown. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to the Cornishville Baptist Church Fund c/o George Hendrix Beaumont Avenue KY (HH Thu Mar) CHARLOTTE SULLIVAN Charlotte A. Sullivan,of February at the Hospice Care Center. Born in Lexington the daughter of Robert Lynn and Lenora Lee Littleton Parks. a member of Hopewell Baptist Church and a private duty nurse. three sons Rick (Terry) Tunell Randy (Sharon) Tunnell both of Lexington and Robert (Violet) Tunnell two daughters Ramona Johnson Lexington and Kathy (Andy) Ewing both of Knoxville TN one brother Robert (Rosa) Parks Jr. Casper WY three great Februaryat Kerr Brothers in Lexington with Rev. Richard Easterling was in the Lexington . are suggested to Hospice of the Bluegrass Alexandria Drive Lexington KY (HH Thu Mar) HOMER BARNETT Homer Barnett,formerly of College Manor February at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born November in Washington County Callie Keeler and Artie Yeager Barnett. the widower of Nila Drury Barnett. a retired Kentucky State Parks employee of Old Fort Harrod State park and a farmer. a member of the Grapevine Christian Church where a former School teacher elder and deacon. three sons Harry Barnett James Barnett Prattville AL and Phillip Barnett Cincinnati OH one daughter Sara Ann Greene Junction City four sisters Ruby Yates Lula Foster and Vivian Anderson all of Lexington and Eulah Patton Marion and great by a son Steven Barnett and two brothers Willis and Burnice Barnett. Februaryat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. Claude Waldridge was in Spring Hill . were Lonnie Jeff Rod Greg Brad and Chad Barnett and Steve Lynn. Honorary bearers were Dr. Russ Shearer Glenn Reynolds Marsdon B. Lake Wayne Reynolds and Eddy Cartwright. (HH Thu Mar) IRMISE LATHROP Irmise Lathrop,of Haddix Street February at the McDowell Place in Danville. Born September in Sumner FL the daughter of Jesse and Irene Pullen Smallwood. the retired owner of Tastee Freeze of a member of the Mercer County Senior Citizens and the Women's Auxiliary of American Legion in Jacksonville FL. a member of Ellers Baptist Church where a member of the Charity School Class. three sons Robert Morgan Lathrop Jr. of Henderson NV James Bruce Lathrop Louisville and John David Lathrop Lexington one daughter Linda Ann Pinkston four brothers Burland Smallwood Raymond Parks Smallwood Bill Smallwood Vince Smallwood all of FL two sisters Rachel Denmark and Vivian Mulkey both of FL six one great grandchild. A service at a later date. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Heritage Hospice PO BoxDanville KY or Ellers Baptist Church Cogar Ave. KY Alexander and Royalty (HH Thu Mar) JAMES BURTON James E. Burton,of Talmage-Mayo Road February at his residence. Born April in Mercer County John M. Burton and the late Velma Clifford Burton. He had worked in the mixing department for Corning Glass and was a member of the Church of Christ. In addition to his father his wife Betty Isham Burton two sons James Edward Burton II David R. Peavler Burgin one daughter Karen J. Burton Coontz three brothers John Craig Burton Glave V. Burton Donald Wayne Burton Hustonville nine Februaryat the Ransdell Chapel with Bro. Kenneth Preston and Howard Whitehouse was in the Ebenezer . are suggested to Heritage Hospice or the Gideon Bible Fund. (HH Thu Mar) SPICY SALLEE Spicy Sallee,of Campbell Drive February at the Health Care Manor. Born April in Pike County the daughter of John Henry and Rosetta Cantrell Slone. the widow of Albert Sallee and Sam Harlow. a retired switching clerk for Western Union in Cincinnati after years and a member of the Magnolia Street Christian Church. three daughters Rose Watts Nina Sallee Olney TX Lelia Henley Frankfort two sons Ansel Harlow Loveland OH Joseph Harlow Cincinnati OH two step sons David Shaeffer FL and Jerry Sallee Cincinnati one step daughter Sharon Erickson FL several great and great great by two sons Sloan and Milburn Harlow and one daughter Marilyn Snow. Februaryat the Alexander and Royalty with minister Matthew Atha and Danny Sallee was in Spring Hill . were Gary Watts Butch Sallee Terry Sallee Dave Harlow Joseph Harlow and Shane Harlow. Expressions of sympathy make take the form of donations to Gideon's International PO BoxKY (HH Thu Mar) GLADYS SHEWMAKER Gladys Yankey Shewmaker,of Main Street Mackville February at the Springfield Nursing and Rehab Center in Springfield. Born July in Washington County the daughter of J. D. and Isabell Henry Yankey. the widow of Lee Shewmaker. a member of the Mackville United Methodist Church and served for many years as the manager of the cafeteria of the Mackville High School and Elementary School. one daughter Mrs. Mike (Ann) Harber London two sisters Dorothy Monroe Chapel Hill NC Mary Frances Moore three brothers Billy Yankey Mackville George Yankey Jeffersontown and Tom Yankey Campbellsville four and three great by two daughters Madeline Joyce Shewmaker and Shirlene Kaetzel. Februaryat the Mackville United Methodist Church with Rev. Mark Atherton and Rev. James Moore was in the Peter at Mackville. were Ray Kaetzel Jacob Harber Mike Yankey Kenneth Riley Bob Riley and Gary Scott. Carey and Son Springfield was (HH Thu Mar) ANNA ROWNEY Anna Mae Rowney,of Boyers Chapel Road Sadieville formerly of February at Harrison in Cynthiana. Born May in Quaker City OH the daughter of Ben Thomas and Mary Magdalene Jewell Whiteley. a retired employee of NCR in Ohio. three sons Terry Richard Nelson Jack Dewayne Nelson Mackville and B. J. Misner Burnet TX three daughters Bonnie Jean Fry Quaker City OH Linda Mae Nelson Hamilton Cynthiana and Connie Magdalene Nelson Somerset five brothers George Harmon Roy Lloyd and Wayne Whiteley three sisters Edna Lipert Wilma Jean Duncan and Linda Clay and eight great Februaryat the Ransdell Chapel with Danny Broce was in the Ebenezer Salvisa. were grandsons. (HH Thu Mar) LETTIE McCROSKY Lettie B. McCrosky,of Greenwood Drive February at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born June in Mercer County the daughter of Charlie and Rosie Lee Carr Baker. the widow of Alford D. McCrosky. She had worked in quality control for Corning Glass of Danville. a member of the Baptist Church Baker’s Craft Club and the Mercer County s. one son David H. (Wanda) McCrosky Oak Ridge TN one brother Maurice C. "Bob" Baker three sisters Frances Devine Margaret Curtsinger and Barbara Logue all of two and one great grandchild. by a brother Charles Baker Jr. and a sister Mary Caton. at : p.m.Februaryat the Ransdell Chapel with Dr. Robert DeFoor was in Spring Hill at : a.m. were Danny Curtsinger Gary Lay Dewayne Maddox Kermit Logue Brent Logue Bruce Harpe Dennis Wade Bobby Jack Baker Virgil Monroe and John Inman. Honorary bearers were Todd Wright Will Campbell and Bill Lester. are suggested to the Gideon Bible Fund. (HH Thu Mar) ROBERT CARRIER Robert Lee Carrier Jr.,February at the James B. Haggin Born July Robert Lee and Nellie Shearer Carrier Sr. the widower of Ella B. Vest Carrier. a mechanic brick layer farmer and member of the Herrington Lake Pentecostal Church. He enjoyed dirt track racing and was an avid NASCAR fan. two sons Bobby Lee Carrier Eddie Ray Carrier Cynthiana one daughter Eva Pearl Lay one sister Gertrude McKinney Mercer County eight nine great and six great great by a brother Stanley Carrier four sisters Pearly Shearer Lilly Shannon Brownie Hargis and Bessie Shannon and one grandson Jeremy Todd Carrier. Februaryat the Alexander and Royalty with Rev. Larry Moore was in Spring Hill . were Gil Lay Druand Lay Eddie Carrier Jr. Bryan Carrier Bobby Carrier Jr. and Roy Sanders Jr. Honorary bearers were Ted McKinney Sr. Ted McKinney Jr. and Rue Sallee. (HH Thu Mar) DAVE MARKSBURY Dave Marksbury,of Lexington February in Naples FL. Ernest and Mary Vandiver Marksbury. a member of Southland Christian Church a retired employee of IBM a graduate of Xavier University and a veteran of the US Navy. his wife Phyllis Hendrix Marksbury Lexington two sons Davis L. (Beverly) Marksbury Jr. Paul Douglas Marksbury both of Lexington one daughter Marsia Duncan Winchester one step daughter Sandra Michelle Feck Lexington four sisters Elizabeth Carroll Louise Scott Charlotte Arnold Faye Patton two brothers Carlos Marksbury and Danny Marksbury ten by a brother James Ernest Marksbury Jr. and one sister Doris Smith. Februaryat Betts and West in Nicholasville with Rev. Gary Black was in Bluegrass Gardens. Contributions are suggested to Shriner’s (HH Thu Mar) MARY COX Mary Louise Cox,of Lakeland FL February at her residence. A native of the daughter of Gilbert and May Mattingly Anderson. the widow of J. B. Cox. a member of the Baptist faith. one daughter Marcella Hartman Paducah four sons Ronnie Cox Plant City FL Anthony Cox Mulberry FL Rick Cox Orange Springs FL and Tommy Cox Riverview FL two sisters Patsy Steele and Brenda Semones both of one brother Ralph "Pete" Anderson and great Marchat Woodlawn Gardens with Rev. Tom Quimby (HH Thu Mar) CARRIE DEAN Carrie Rowland Dean,of Shelbyville March at Bradford Square Nursing Home in Frankfort. A native of Louisville the daughter of Will Henry and Carrie May Cassady Rowland. the widow of Hite Dean. a retired employee of the University of Louisville Department of Cancer Research and a member of Crescent Hill United Methodist Church in Louisville. a member and past state treasurer of the Kentucky Democratic Women’s Club a member of the University of Louisville Alumni Association and a member of the Bland Ballard Chapter DAR. also a member and past president of the Kentucky Huguenot Society of Manakin VA. two daughters Cora Potter Louisville and Carrie Skaggs Shelbyville one sister Mary A. Rowland Curts Louisville four and one great grandchild. Marchat Spring Hill in with Rev. Don Dilday Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to the Alzheimer’s Association or the Centenary United Methodist Church. Hall-Taylor in Shelbyville was (HH Thu Mar) DAVID GRIEVE David L. Grieve,of Bushtown Road March at the VA Medical Center in Lexington,. Born Marchin Lawrence OH George and Mabel Byers Grieve. He had lived in West Virginia for several years was a former truck driver and was a US Air Force veteran. a member of the Grapevine Christian Church. his wife Martha Cooke Grieve three sons David S. Grieve and Michael L. Grieve both of David L. Grieve Jr. of Weirton WV two daughters Carissa Grieve Richmond Sharon Kirkpatrick Wileyville WV five March at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro. James Harley wasMarchat the Camp Nelson National in Nicholasville. (HH Thu Mar) CONDIT JOHNSON Condit B. Johnson,of Talmage Mayo Road March at Health Care Center. Born November in Thomas William and Nora Poulter Johnson. a retired bridge crew member for Southern Railroad and was a member of the Bohon Church of Christ. his wife Evelyn Johnson two sons Wendell Johnson Mercer County William Elton Johnson Lexington four six great and three great great by one son James Lloyd Johnson seven brothers George Sanford Ansel Marvin Collins Stanley and John Johnson eight sisters Mary Helen Austin Vergie Whitenack Tillie Lucas Pauline Smith Bessie White Zelma Johnson Adeline Johnson and Evelyn Johnson. Marchat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Matthew Atha and Rev. Elwood Norton was in the Mayo . (HH Thu Mar) VIRGIL PREWITT Virgil Camden Prewitt,of Cane Run Street March at his residence. Born April in Mercer County Gilford and Emma Weldon Prewitt. He had worked as a meat cutter for Mark's Meats and served in the Army during world War II. his wife Margaret Prewitt one son Ron (Donna) Prewitt Cincinnati OH three daughters Patricia (Harvey) Sanders and Marzetta (David) Brown both of Cincinnati OH Rita (John) Marland Somerset two brothers Jim Prewitt Louisville Bill Prewitt Corinth nine and seven great Marchat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Richard Easterling are suggested to Christ's Closet. (HH Thu Mar) LINDA STRATTON Linda Sue Smith Stratton,of Davenport Lane Salvisa March at her residence. Born February in Cincinnati OH the daughter of Andy and Jesse Dyer Smith. She worked as a bookkeeper for Owen's Chevrolet in Danville and was a member of Kirkwood Baptist Church. her husband Steven Stratton Salvisa one son A. Maurice Stratton Lexington one daughter Susan Marie Stratton Lexington three brothers Richard Smith Billy Ray Smith and Bruce Smith all of Corbin one sister Jeannie (Darryl) Gross CA her mother-in-law Alice Carolyn Stratton at : p.m.Marchat the Ransdell Chapel with Mike Conover will be in the Kirkwood Salvisa. will be Delbert Reynolds William Statham Chris Stratton Daniel Stratton Walter Hopkins and James Merrideth. are suggested to the Kirkwood Baptist Fund. Visitation will be at the chapel after : p.m.and after : a.m. . (HH Thu Mar) PRISCILLA STRATTON Priscilla Jane Riley Stratton,of Lexington formerly of Anderson County March at St. Joseph in Lexington. a native of Mercer County daughter of John McClellan and Betty Milburn Riley a and a member of the Willisburg Church or God of Prophecy. one daughter Eloise Whitehouse Salvisa one son Halton Stratton Lexington five eight great and great great by two daughters Annette Smith and Betty Allen and two sons William Haston Stratton and William Byrd Stratton Jr. and three brothers Seabert Riley John Riley and W. C. "Dub" Riley. March at Gash Chapel with Bro. Byron Jessup and Bro. Barry R. Moore was in Sand Spring in Anderson County. were Rodney Milburn Joseph Darnell Sonny Brinegar Dwayne Smith Jackie Smith and Jim Turner. (HH Thu Mar) VIRGINIA VANDIVIER Virginia Leonard Vandivier,of Johnson Road March at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born June in Mercer County the daughter of Ansel and Ethel Carey Leonard. the widow of Loyd Vandivier. She had worked as an employee of the Gem Drug Store. a member of Baptist Church and was a School teacher for many years at Baptist and Bruner's Chapel Baptist Church. one son Dr. Dan Vandivier Louisville one daughter Gayle Horn Mercer County four and four great by two brothers James and Lawrence Leonard one sister Louise Jackson. Marchat the Ransdell Chapel with Dr. Robert DeFoor Eddie Russell and Mark Baldauff was in Spring Hill . were Steve Horn Chris Horn Ben Vandivier Lauren Vandivier Ronnie Sims and Billy Simpson. Honorary bearers were Joe Ruby Jimmy Carter Gerald Carter Joe Davis and Kenneth Davis. are suggested to the Mercer Baptist Association Building Fund. (HH Thu Mar) RUTH WRIGHT Ruth Doty Wright,of Lynnwood Drive Lancaster February at her residence. Born February in Garrard County the daughter of A. B. Doty and Mattie Frances Arnold Doty. the widow of William Burdette Wright. a member of Fairview Christian Church member of the Golden Age Club "The Support Group" and the AARP. one brother John Doty Paint Lick one sister Mary Elizabeth Eudaly Indianapolis IN. by a brother James Doty and a sister Alice Palmer. Marchat Ramsey Lancaster with Rev. William Morrow were Dickie Arnold Bud Mulcahy Beverly Miller George Ralph Arnold and Cecil Arnold. Honorary bearers were Gladys Nave Mary Ray Jo Ann Grow Carrie Dennis Rose Lawson and Mildred Stamper. (HH Thu Mar) MARY COX Mary Louise Cox,of Lakeland FL February at her residence. A native of the daughter of Gilbert and May Mattingly Anderson. the widow of J. B. Cox. a member of the Baptist faith. one daughter Marcella Hartman Paducah four sons Ronnie Cox Plant City FL Anthony Cox Mulberry FL Rick Cox Orange Springs FL and Tommy Cox Riverview FL two sisters Patsy Steele and Brenda Semones both of one brother Ralph "Pete" Anderson and great Marchat Woodlawn Gardens with Rev. Tom Quimby (HH Thu Mar) CARRIE DEAN Carrie Rowland Dean,of Shelbyville March at Bradford Square Nursing Home in Frankfort. A native of Louisville the daughter of Will Henry and Carrie May Cassady Rowland. the widow of Hite Dean. a retired employee of the University of Louisville Department of Cancer Research and a member of Crescent Hill United Methodist Church in Louisville. a member and past state treasurer of the Kentucky Democratic Women’s Club a member of the University of Louisville Alumni Association and a member of the Bland Ballard Chapter DAR. also a member and past president of the Kentucky Huguenot Society of Manakin VA. two daughters Cora Potter Louisville and Carrie Skaggs Shelbyville one sister Mary A. Rowland Curts Louisville four and one great grandchild. Marchat Spring Hill in with Rev. Don Dilday Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to the Alzheimer’s Association or the Centenary United Methodist Church. Hall-Taylor in Shelbyville was (HH Thu Mar) DAVID GRIEVE David L. Grieve,of Bushtown Road March at the VA Medical Center in Lexington,. Born Marchin Lawrence OH George and Mabel Byers Grieve. He had lived in West Virginia for several years was a former truck driver and was a US Air Force veteran. a member of the Grapevine Christian Church. his wife Martha Cooke Grieve three sons David S. Grieve and Michael L. Grieve both of David L. Grieve Jr. of Weirton WV two daughters Carissa Grieve Richmond Sharon Kirkpatrick Wileyville WV five March at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro. James Harley wasMarchat the Camp Nelson National in Nicholasville. (HH Thu Mar) CONDIT JOHNSON Condit B. Johnson,of Talmage Mayo Road March at Health Care Center. Born November in Thomas William and Nora Poulter Johnson. a retired bridge crew member for Southern Railroad and was a member of the Bohon Church of Christ. his wife Evelyn Johnson two sons Wendell Johnson Mercer County William Elton Johnson Lexington four six great and three great great by one son James Lloyd Johnson seven brothers George Sanford Ansel Marvin Collins Stanley and John Johnson eight sisters Mary Helen Austin Vergie Whitenack Tillie Lucas Pauline Smith Bessie White Zelma Johnson Adeline Johnson and Evelyn Johnson. Marchat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Matthew Atha and Rev. Elwood Norton was in the Mayo . (HH Thu Mar) VIRGIL PREWITT Virgil Camden Prewitt,of Cane Run Street March at his residence. Born April in Mercer County Gilford and Emma Weldon Prewitt. He had worked as a meat cutter for Mark's Meats and served in the Army during world War II. his wife Margaret Prewitt one son Ron (Donna) Prewitt Cincinnati OH three daughters Patricia (Harvey) Sanders and Marzetta (David) Brown both of Cincinnati OH Rita (John) Marland Somerset two brothers Jim Prewitt Louisville Bill Prewitt Corinth nine and seven great Marchat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Richard Easterling are suggested to Christ's Closet. (HH Thu Mar) LINDA STRATTON Linda Sue Smith Stratton,of Davenport Lane Salvisa March at her residence. Born February in Cincinnati OH the daughter of Andy and Jesse Dyer Smith. She worked as a bookkeeper for Owen's Chevrolet in Danville and was a member of Kirkwood Baptist Church. her husband Steven Stratton Salvisa one son A. Maurice Stratton Lexington one daughter Susan Marie Stratton Lexington three brothers Richard Smith Billy Ray Smith and Bruce Smith all of Corbin one sister Jeannie (Darryl) Gross CA her mother-in-law Alice Carolyn Stratton at : p.m.Marchat the Ransdell Chapel with Mike Conover will be in the Kirkwood Salvisa. will be Delbert Reynolds William Statham Chris Stratton Daniel Stratton Walter Hopkins and James Merrideth. are suggested to the Kirkwood Baptist Fund. Visitation will be at the chapel after : p.m.and after : a.m. . (HH Thu Mar) PRISCILLA STRATTON Priscilla Jane Riley Stratton,of Lexington formerly of Anderson County March at St. Joseph in Lexington. a native of Mercer County daughter of John McClellan and Betty Milburn Riley a and a member of the Willisburg Church or God of Prophecy. one daughter Eloise Whitehouse Salvisa one son Halton Stratton Lexington five eight great and great great by two daughters Annette Smith and Betty Allen and two sons William Haston Stratton and William Byrd Stratton Jr. and three brothers Seabert Riley John Riley and W. C. "Dub" Riley. March at Gash Chapel with Bro. Byron Jessup and Bro. Barry R. Moore was in Sand Spring in Anderson County. were Rodney Milburn Joseph Darnell Sonny Brinegar Dwayne Smith Jackie Smith and Jim Turner. (HH Thu Mar) VIRGINIA VANDIVIER Virginia Leonard Vandivier,of Johnson Road March at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born June in Mercer County the daughter of Ansel and Ethel Carey Leonard. the widow of Loyd Vandivier. She had worked as an employee of the Gem Drug Store. a member of Baptist Church and was a School teacher for many years at Baptist and Bruner's Chapel Baptist Church. one son Dr. Dan Vandivier Louisville one daughter Gayle Horn Mercer County four and four great by two brothers James and Lawrence Leonard one sister Louise Jackson. Marchat the Ransdell Chapel with Dr. Robert DeFoor Eddie Russell and Mark Baldauff was in Spring Hill . were Steve Horn Chris Horn Ben Vandivier Lauren Vandivier Ronnie Sims and Billy Simpson. Honorary bearers were Joe Ruby Jimmy Carter Gerald Carter Joe Davis and Kenneth Davis. are suggested to the Mercer Baptist Association Building Fund. (HH Thu Mar) RUTH WRIGHT Ruth Doty Wright,of Lynnwood Drive Lancaster February at her residence. Born February in Garrard County the daughter of A. B. Doty and Mattie Frances Arnold Doty. the widow of William Burdette Wright. a member of Fairview Christian Church member of the Golden Age Club "The Support Group" and the AARP. one brother John Doty Paint Lick one sister Mary Elizabeth Eudaly Indianapolis IN. by a brother James Doty and a sister Alice Palmer. Marchat Ramsey Lancaster with Rev. William Morrow were Dickie Arnold Bud Mulcahy Beverly Miller George Ralph Arnold and Cecil Arnold. Honorary bearers were Gladys Nave Mary Ray Jo Ann Grow Carrie Dennis Rose Lawson and Mildred Stamper. (HH Thu Mar) DELBERT GIBSON Delbert Paul Gibson,of Alford Road March at Haggin Born August in Clay County Lige and Axie Gibson. his wife Kathleen Henson Gibson Mercer County three sons Russell and Charles Gibson and Michael Gibson all of Salvisa one daughter Deborah Gibson Currens Salvisa eight by one brother Lane Gibson. March at Hopewell Baptist Church in Manchester with Sill Lee George David Blair and Carl Henson was in the Gibson Garrard County. were Hiram Gibson Lonnie Wagers Greg Henson Don Henson Mark Henson Ed Henson and Jeff Currens. Britton in Manchester was (HH Thu Mar) JOSEPH GRAHAM Joseph Graham,formerly of March at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center Leestown Road Lexington. Born October in Mercer County Everett and Mayme Alford Graham. a veteran of the US Air Force and a member of the Mercer County DAV and American Legion. Survivors include three nephews Herman Gordon Graham Marietta GA David Webb Georgetown and Ronald Webb Columbia two nieces Norma Sue Hall Richmond and Nancy Webb-Shafer Mill Valley CA. Marchat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. Jack Geurin was in the Bethel Baptist Church . (HH Thu Mar) JAMES HUDGINS James T. Hudgins,of formerly of Harrison County March at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born in Scott County September John Dickey and Julie Harrington Hudgins. a retired Trane Company employee a Korean Conflict army veteran and a member of the St. Edward Catholic Church. his wife Margaret Richie Hudgins one son David Hudgins Junction City one daughter Theresa Nowlin a brother George Hudgins Cynthiana two grandsons. A Mass of Christian was conductedMarchat the St. Edward Catholic Church by Father Louis Brinker. was in St. Edward . were Larry Dunn Gary Dunn Jody Dunn Robbie Dunn Paul Howard Harold Dunn Garnett Lucky and Donald Richie. (HH Thu Mar) JUANITA JAMES Juanita James,of Ballard Street March at Haggin Born March in Mercer County the daughter of Stanley and Iona Gray Scott. a and a member of Joseph Chapel United Methodist Church. her husband Henry Scott James a sister-in-law Wilma James three granddaughters Carol Taylor Bentonville AR Christie James and Beverly James both of Lexington. by a son Harry Scott James. Marchat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Frank Pennington was in Spring Hill . were Ralph Morris Larry Short Lonnie Jenkins Larry Taylor Danny Murphy and Jim McGlone. Honorary bearers were Paul Devine Lonnie Harley Frank Trisler and Charlie Bugg. are suggested to Joseph Chapel United Methodist Church. (HH Thu Mar) DOROTHY KIMBALL Dorothy Kimball,of Savannah Way Danville March at her residence. Born April in Mercer County the daughter of William Benjamin and Agnes Buckley Ball. a retired clerk for General Motors Delco Products Division and a member of the Methodist Church. her husband Robert L. Kimball Danville one brother Delbert Ball Burgin one sister Thelma Bowden Salvisa. death by a brother William Louis Ball. at : p.m.Marchat the Alexander and Royalty with Chaplain Gary Story will be in Spring Hill . will be Chris McGuire David Lester James Sewelll Sonny Chapman Jack Brogle and Horace Lester. Expressions of sympathy may be made to Heritage Hospice PO BoxDanville KY the Human Society Inc. of Danville and Boyle County Hwy. Bypass Danville KY or the Boyle County Chapter of the American Cancer Society. Visitation will be from : to : p.m. and after : a.m. at the . (HH Thu Mar) MARGIE LYENS Margie Pearl Lyens,of West Lane March at the James B. Haggin Born January in Boyle County the daughter of John and Mary Monroe Moore. the widow of Vaughn Lyens. retired from Cricketeer Manufacturing after years and was a former restaurant worker and a private sitter. a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. one son Ronald Gene Lyens two by four sisters Lucille Monroe Rosie Hardin Myrtie Hardin and Gladys Sadler. Marchat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. George Woodliff was in Spring Hill . were David Long Lyrc Perkins James Brummett Mike Dean David King and Keith Sadler. (HH Thu Mar) JAMES PEAVLER James T. Peavler,of Lexington MO March at the Veterans in Kansas City MO. Born June in Mercer County Willie J. and Omie Camden Peavler. retired from the U. S. Army. a member of the Disabled American Veterans and the American Legion in Lexington MO; his wife Patty Peavler Lexington MO two sons and two daughters James T. Peavler Jr. Lonnie Wayne Peavler Debbie Bagley and Brenda Jones all of Lexington MO one brother Everett M. Peavler Garland TX one sister Jewell Anderson Danville five preceded in death by two sisters and a brother. with military honors Marchat Lexington Memory Gardens in Lexington MO with Rev. Aubrey Burk was in Lexington Memory Gardens Lexington MO. Memoials are suggested to Lexington Little League Baseball. (HH Thu Mar) ROSA RUBY Rosa Henry Ruby,of Beaumont Avenue March at her residence. Born March in Mercer County the daughter of Richard and Briget McCrystal Henry. She worked as a jewelry store owner for R. and J. Jewelers. a former member of Business and Professional Women and St. Andrew Alter Society. a member of the Mercer County Humane Society and a Kentucky Colonel. one son Joe Ruby one daughter Harriet Ruby Mercer County two and one great grandchild. death by two brothers Cecil and John Henry five sisters Retha Traynor Lilly Henry Isabele Henry Sue Parker and Mattie Pearson. A mass was heldMarchat St. Andrew Catholic Church with Father Joseph Muench was in Spring Hill . were Chris James Gene Moore Van Ruby John Ruby Jimmy Pearson and Brandon McKinney. are suggested to the St. Andrew Church Building Fund Mooreland Avenue KY (HH Thu Mar) CLIFTON WELLS Clifton Wells,of Louisville Road Salvisa March at the UK Medical Center in Lexington. Born February in Washington County Erastus and Bessie Walls Wells. a retired employee of the Shinley Distillery and a farmer. a Kentucky Colonel and a member of the Antioch Christian Church. his wife Elsie Scrogham Wells Salvisa two sons Donnie C. (Jayne) Wells and Jackie Lynn (Christie) Wells Sr. all of one daughter Joyce Wells (Maurice) Baker Tucson AZ six sisters Velma Drury and Ruby Drury both of Anderson County Sally Drury Louisville Dorothy Gowins Mercer County Oneida McGaughey Frankfort and Gertie Satterly of three brothers Orbry Wells Cletus Wells and Curtis Wells all of eight and nine great by a son Gene Wells and a brother Clinton Wells. Marchat the Ritchie-Peach-Todd Home in with Bro. George Martin and Bro. Don Wells was in the . were Lynn Wells Loren Wells Mike Wells Rodney Wells Mike Smith and Jamie Young. Honorary bearers were Jim and Ronnie Wells. Contributions are suggested to one's favorite charity. (HH Thu Mar) EMMA YOCUM Emma Jean Yocum,of Versailles Road Lexington formerly of March at St. Joseph in Lexington. Born December in Mercer County the daughter of George and Emma Garfield Sallee Merriman. the widow of William Yocum. a and a member of the Burgin Methodist Church where a School teacher for years. two sons Larry Yocum Versailles Barry Yocum Stow OH six and six great Marchat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Steve Cross Ronnie Hupp and Wayne Stevenson was in the Burgin Gardens. were Russell Yocum Chris Yocum Brent McGinnis Dr. Robert A. Davenport Donnie Lewis Sexton Brian Sexton. are suggested to the Burgin Methodist Church or the Southside Christian Church. (HH Thu Mar) OPPIE BRAND Oppie Lee Houze Brand,of Tifton GA March at Tift Health Care in Tifton GA. Born May in Heard County GA the daughter of Gus A. and Katie Formby Houze. the widow of Rev. Garnie Brand a former pastor at Bruner’s Chapel Baptist Church. a retired school teacher having taught at McAfee and a member of Norman Park Baptist Church. three daughters Betty (Buford) Noel Dot B. Griffin Norman Park GA and Phyllis (Joseph) Fletcher Chula GA one brother Woodson Houze Forest Park GA six including David and Teresa Noel and Karen and Jeff Million all of great including Katherine Noel Kacey Stout Jay Thomas Million and Kassidy Million all of by a grandson Ben Griffin a great granddaughter Madalyn Bennett a son-in-law Harold Griffin one sister and two brothers. Marchat Norman Park Baptist Church Norman Park GA with Dr. Jimmy Voyles Elder Jeff Harris and Rev. Paul Peace was in Deep Bottom in Colquitt County. were Eric Fletcher Darin Purvis David Noel Mike Bennett Joel Brand Charles Houze and Jerry Breed. Honorary bearers were great grandsons Hal Bennett Joe Jernigan Dylan Purvis and Jay Thomas Million. Bowen-Donaldson Home for s was (HH Thu Mar) IRENE GREEN Irene Green Fairview Road Salvisa wife of Richard Green March at her residence. are incomplete at Alexander and Royalty . (HH Thu Mar) HALLIE GREENE Hallie Louise Greene,of Bonny Lynn Drive March at Haggin Born June in Mercer County the daughter of Charles A. and Lanta Mae Sims Reed. the widow of Clarence D. Greene. a retired Shakertown employee a charter member of the Pioneer Saddle Club and a member of the Order of Eastern Star. a member of Dry Branch Baptist Church and Calvary Baptist Church where a School teacher for years. one son Clarence A. Greene Danville one daughter Patsy Hubble one brother Buell Reed Junction City one sister. Lilly Ross five and two great by six brothers and one sister. Marchat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Don Releford was in Spring Hill . were C. W. Greene A. J. Greene J. B. Reed Maurice Reed J. R. Greene and Lonnie Wayne Reed. are suggested to the Alzheimer’s Association. (HH Thu Mar) GERTRUDE KOBER Gertrude Kober,of Peoria IL March at her residence. Born May in the daughter of George and Maxine Lunsford Quinn. the widow of John G. Kober. one daughter Dorothy Henninger Burgin one son Donald Kober Elkins AR and several great by a daughter Jean Gipson and three sisters. She worked for Bemis Bag Co. for more than years. Marchat the Davison -Fulton Woodland Chapel in West Peoria IL. was in St. Mary's . (HH Thu Mar) FRANCES ROY Frances Roy,formerly of Burgin March at the Danville Centre for Health and Rehabilitation. Born January in Casey County the daughter of Emmit and Daisy Randolph Gadbery. a Baptist an avid gardener and was the widow of Delmer N. Roy. four sons Coleman Roy Clovis Roy and Leon Roy all of Tommy N. Roy Cincinnati OH two daughters Fayrine Phillips of Cincinanti Wahnetta M. King St. Petersburg FL three sisters Patsy Wesley Casey County Vernel Johnson and Lela Gadbery both of FL and numerous great and great great Marchat the Alexander and Royalty . was in Burgin Gardens. were Stevie Releford Steve Phillips Mike Hughes Robert Phillips Larry Kuyper and Alex Reynolds. (HH Thu Mar) PATRICK TEETS Patrick Eldon Teets,of Midway March from injuries sustained in an automobile accident in Tennessee. His son Aaron John Teets and two of his John Patrick Teets and Samuel David Teets also in the accident. Born in Brown City MI August Mary Elizabeth Teets of Lenoir City TN and Fredrick Clair Teets. the owner and operator of Reliance Refrigeration Inc. a U.S. Army veteran having served during the Vietnam War Era. Survivors in addition to his mother include: his wife Linda Barrett Teets Midway one son David (Debra) Teets one daughter-in-law Jennifer Niles Teets Georgetown two sisters Sanda Teets and Mary Ann (Tim) Lee both of TN two brothers Mark (Faye) Teets TN and Tim (Laurie) Teets of MI two sisters-in-law Joyce (James) Joseph of MI and Janice McKieran of AZ two brothers-in-law Richard (Gail) Barrett WI and Gerald(Nancy) Barret MI two Joint Marchat the Duell-Clark Chapel in Versailles with Bro. Claude Waldridge was in Midway . were Chad Metzger Will Robinson Joe Quire Eddie Cartwright and Jason Teets. are suggested to the Woodford County Humane Society PO Box Versailles KY or Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky E. Main St. Lexington KY (HH Thu Mar) AARON TEETS JOHN TEETS SAMUEL TEETS Aaron John Teets,John Patrick Teets,and Samuel David Teets nine months of Georgetown husband and children of Jennifer Niles Teets March from injuries sustained in an automobile accident in Tennessee. Aaron Teets was born in Saginaw MI April. a Kentucky Horse Park Mounted Police Officer and was in the Navy Reserve where he served as a Seabee. also a member of the NRA. John was born in Fayette County June and Samuel was born in Fayette County May. In relationship to Aaron Teets his mother Linda Barrett Teets Midway one brother David Patrick (Debra) Teets mother and father-in-law David B. and Deborah Niles Jersey Shore PA paternal grandmother Mary Elizabeth Teets Lenoir City TN his children’s maternal great grandmother Phyllis Niles Farver McKeane PA. His father Patrick Eldon Teets also in the accident. Joint Marchat the Duell-Clark Chapel in Versailles with Bro. Claude Waldridge was in Midway . were members of the Kentucky Horse Park Mounted Police. are suggested to the Woodford County Humane Society PO Box Versailles KY or Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky E. Main St. Lexington KY (HH Thu Mar) MARY THACKER Mary Jane Seal Thacker,of Mooreland Avenue March at the James B. Haggin Born October in Richmond IN the daughter of John R. and Grace E. O’Conner Seal. retired from the James B. Haggin in the housekeeping department. her husband Rufus Thacker two brothers John and Jim Seal one sister Shirley Tisdale all of Richmond IN. Marchat the Booneville with Rev. J. Jamison Brunk was in Beatyplace Beattyville KY. (HH Thu Mar) ELINOR TURNER Elinor Elizabeth Patterson Turner,daughter of Elizabeth Hopper Patterson and James Thomas Patterson Sr. March. She is survived by two daughters Pamela Wolfe Graybruck Houston TX Kimberly Wolfe (Scott) Campbell Brecksville OH one son James Patterson Wolfe Dallas TX one sister Mary Patterson Relaford one brother James Thomas Patterson Jr. four by a sister Betty Patterson Guthrie. She attended Christian College and was a graduate of Centre College. are incomplete at Ransdell Chapel. (HH Thu Mar) MARGARET WOODARD Margaret Gordon Woodard,of Lakeview Point March at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born February in Mercer County the daughter of Morris Daniel and Maude Smart Gordon. She had been a member of the United Presbyterian Church for years and was a life member of the Mercer County s. a graduate of Fugazzi Business College a member of the Morning Bowling League and was a retired medical records librarian for the State of Kentucky. three daughters Sara W. Sims Patty W. Boyd Danville Margaret W. Fenton Galena OH three sons Morris Gordon Woodard Clinton S. Woodard and Harry S. Woodard all of Mercer County two sisters Lois G. Edger Louisville Sara G. Conway Mercer County great and one great great grandchild. Marchat the Alexander and Royalty with Rev. John Contini was in Spring Hill . were grandsons Harry D. Sims Thomas G. Sims Robert K. Sims Phillip M. Woodard Edward Scott Taylor and Christopher A. Boyd. Honorary bearers were granddaughters Stephanie Lynn Duff Suzanne W. Voll Leah Patterson Rond Margaret Rae Woodard Lisa S. Boyd Misty W. Gammon Ashley Lynn Woodard Jamie Allen Woodard and Courtney Sims Woodard. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to the United Presbyterian Church S. Main St. KYand/or The American Heart Association PO BoxKY (HH Thu Mar) JUDY CONN Judy Clark Conn agewidow of Hardin H. Conn Jr. of Nashville TN March at Vanderbilt in Nashville. a volunteer for the American Red Cross for many years. one son William Clark Conn Nashville TN one brother Marshall Clark Lexington one sister Jesta Clark Arnold will be in Springfield TN. (HH Thu Mar) MABLE HALE Mable Hale,of Old Wilmore Road Nicholasville March at St. Joseph in Lexington. Born January in Estill County the daughter of Harry and Provey Spivey Noland. the widow of James "Jim" Hale. a and a member of the True Gospel Tabernacle Church in Nicholasville. two sons Raymond J. Hale Lexington Lewis Hale Nicholasville two daughters Carrie Mae Benson and Lorena Pearl Shofner both of Nicholasville three brothers Earl Noland Shelbyville Buford Noland and Harold Noland both of Batavia OH ten including Brian Hale great and three great great by three sisters Lorena Fields Frances Fox and Lucille Noland one brother Ray Noland one grandchild. Marchat the Brookside Baptist Church in Nicholasville with Bro. Paul Huff was in the Maple Grove Nicholasville. were Brian Hale Lewis Edward Hale Ricky Walling Jeff Walling Royce Withers Michael Walling Walter Baker and Curtis Grimes. Alexander and Royalty was (HH Thu Mar) FLORENCE HENSLEY Florence Belle Hensley,of Hebron March at St. Luke’s West in Florence. Born April in Mercer County the daughter of Ansle and Margie Harmon Divine. retired from Kenner’s Toys in Cincinnati OH. her husband Boone Hensley Hebron one daughter Sherry Hensley Cincinnati OH one son Wayne Hensley Hebron two sisters Lillian Long and Norma Keesecker both of two brothers Sam and Billy Divine by a son Lonnie Dale Divine and four sisters and one brother. Marchat the Middendorf-Bullock Home in Hebron with Rev. James R. Armstrong was in Hebron Lutheran in Hebron. (HH Thu Mar) JANIE PINKSTON Janie Pinkston,of N. College Street March at the St. Joseph in Lexington. Born September in Mercer County the daughter of James and Sara Elizabeth Leonard Drury. the widow of James Edward Pinkston. a and a member of Shawnee Run Baptist Church. three sons Johnny Pinkston Burgin Ralph Pinkston and J. L. Pinkston Danville one daughter Shirley Crews six five great and one great great grandchild. by four sisters Ada Maddox Mayme Sims Glenda Watts and Mary Claunch and one grandson Terry Pinkston. at : p.m.Marchat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. Paul Readnour will be in Spring Hill . will be Duck Collier Kenny Keith Pinkston Wally Bottoms Jimmy Corman and Junior Watts. Visitation will be from : to : p.m. and after : a.m. at the . (HH Thu Mar) ETTA REED Etta Mae Reed,of Manchester Center VT March at her residence. Born October in East Dorset VT the daughter of Edward and Lura McWain Smith. the widow of Ernest S. Reed. She received her education in area schools at Sunderland Manchester Pownal Berlin NY and was formerly employed by the Toll Road Motel in Manchester VT. one son Ernest S. Reed Manchester Center VT three including Teresa R. Wilcher three step seven great including Greg Wilcher Harold Wilcher Louisville nine step great one great great grandchild three step great great Marchat Brewster in Manchester VT with Rev. Betty Wright Riggins Committal later in the spring. are suggested to the Manchester Rescue Squad or the Second Chance Animal Shelter c/o Brewster Service PO BoxManchester Center VT . (HH Thu Mar) ELIZABETH TURNER Elizabeth Elinor Turner,of Ridgeway Drive March at Health Care Center. Born April in the daughter of Elizabeth Hopper Patterson and James T. Patterson Sr. She had worked as a caregiver was a graduate of Centre College and a member of the United Methodist Church. Survivors in addition to her mother include: two daughters Kimberly (Scott) Campbell Brocksville OH Pamela Graybruck Houston TX one son James Patterson Wolfe Dallas TX one brother James Patterson Jr. one sister Mary Relaford four death by a sister Bettie Guthrie. Marchat the Spring Hill with Rev. James Owens was in Spring Hill . were Scott Campbell James T. Patterson Jr. James T. Patterson III George Woolcott Tom Guthrie and Brad Guthrie. are suggested to United Methodist Church or the charity of one's choice. (HH Thu Mar) SARAH UNDERWOOD Sarah VanArsdall Underwood,of Ashland Avenue Shelbyville March at Good Samaritan in Lexington. Born December in the daughter of Riker Samuel and Maude Rose VanArsdall. the widow of William Henry Underwood. a teacher in the Shelby County public schools and a member of Shelbyville First Christian Church. three sons William V. Underwood Lexington George Underwood Deerfield Beach FL John Riker Underwood Orlando FL one sister Margaret "Peggy" Kitchen Versailles four Marchat the Shannon in Shelbyville with Dr. Howard Griffith will be in Spring Hill . Expressions of sympathy are suggested to the Christian Church Home of Louisville. Visitation will be from : to : p.m. at the . (HH Thu Mar) WILKES UTTERBACK Wilkes Bond Utterback,of College Manor March at St. Joseph in Lexington. Born December in Charles N. and Ethel Perry Utterback. a retired plant manager for the E. W. Brown Power Plant. a past member of the Rotary Club and served in the Navy during World War II. a member deacon and School teacher at Baptist Church where he also served as clerk for years. his wife Gwen Utterback one daughter Glenna Cigallio Douglasville GA one brother Charles Utterback Louisville one sister Tommy Huffman one granddaughter. by a daughter Sarah Oliva. Marchat the Ransdell Chapel with Dr. Robert DeFoor was in Spring Hill . were Paul Hanks Calvin Morgan Harold Sutherland Charles Aldridge Ron Leach and John Sparrow. Honorary bearers were deacons of Baptist Church members of the Faith Hope and Love School class Lawrence Hendren Johnny Huffman and Bernie Utterback. may go to Cystic Fibrosis Bishop Lane Louisville KYor the Baptist Life Center PO BoxKY (HH Thu Mar) MARGARET WAYNE Margaret Brown Wayne,of Main Street Mackville March at Norton Spring View in Lebanon. Born September in Washington County the daughter of Sallie A. Smith and Boyd Brown Sr. the widow of Melvin L. Wayne. a member of Unity Baptist Church a member of Guiding Star Chapter # of the Order of Eastern Star and a . two daughters Anna Florence Russell and Mary Will Peavler both of Mackville four sisters Lillie Litton MS Mildred Knight Louisville Edith McMillin and Susie Anderson both of Springfield six great two great great one step grandchild. by a grandchild William Wayne Russell two great Robin Michelle White and Thomas Austin Gabhart one brother Boyd Brown Jr. and a sister Evelyn Shewmaker. Marchat Unity Baptist Church with Rev. Paul Readnour Rev. Larry Reed Rev. Hilary Claypool and Bro. Fred Whitacre was in the Peter . were Joe Peavler Aaron Gabhart Evann White Adam White Blair Pittman Tommy McMillin Scott Sutton and Larry Thomas. Honorary bearers were Mitchell Burns Gary Clifton Jeff Russell Fred Edelen Emmett Devine Marty Hatchett Allen Noel Jim Powell and Tommy Russell. Carey and Son in Springfield was may go to the Unity Baptist Church Building Fund or Gideons International. (HH Thu Mar) MILITARY RITES Douglas Laws Post # American Legion Post # VFW and DAV Post # conducted Military Rites for Wilkes Utterback at Spring Hill on March . Attending were Roy Freeman Howard Howells Lucian Landers Marion Mershon Tom Denny James Carey and Joe Harlow. Zena Teater served as bugler. (HH Thu Mar) KATIE AUGUSTUS Katie Bryant Augustus,of Shelby Street Sandusky OH April at the Providence Care Center. Born May in the daughter of George and Lina Coffey Bryant. the widow of John H. Augustus. a member of Ebenezer Baptist Church a former School teacher and a former member and past treasurer of the Church Women United. a volunteer for the Red Cross and the Senior’s Center working on the advisory board and was a volunteer for the Porter’s Nutrition Sight. one daughter Mrs. Charles (Lois) Pettis Sandusky OH two sons Carl Augustus Sandusky OH and Jerome Augustus Oberlin OH two sisters Georgia Chenault Pontiac MI Marie Hunn two brothers Elijah Bryant Akron OH and John Bryant Louisville seven and nine great by a brother James Bryant and a sister Bessie Fisher. at : p.m.Aprilat the Ebenezer Baptist Church Pierce St. Sandusky OH with Rev. Curtis A. Brown will be in Oakland in Sandusky. contributions may be made to Ebenezer Baptist Church Pierce St. Sandusky OH Visitation will be from : to : p.m. at the Groff E. Perkins Ave. Sandusky OH (HH Thu Apr) HOWARD GABHART Howard Gabhart,of E. National Road Washington IN March at Hillside Manor Nursing Center in Washington. Born January in William and Georgia Morgan Gabhart. the nephew of Dr. W. S. Gabhart of a School teacher and elder in the Christian Church in Alfordsville IN. also a trustee for Reeve Township and was the builder of the Washington Nursing Center. He ran the Rose Four Mill after moving from Kentucky at the age of his wife Enid Gabhart Washington IN nine daughters Margaret Enid Kennedy Lancaster CA Amy June Gardner Alfordsville IN Christina Ruth Roach Mitchell IN Georgia Anne Prewett and Sarah Jane Alvey both of Washington IN Mary Frances Bell Cincinnati OH Martha Lee Brammer Indianapolis IN Lorna Gayle Cook and Annie Bruce Snyder both of Atlanta GA four sons Wyndham Howard Gabhart Jackson MS Charles Roland Gabhart Jasper IN Thomas Stanley Gabhart Huntingburg IN Phillip Morgan Gabhart Alfordsville IN great and eight great great at : a.m.Aprilat the Lee in Loogootee IN. will be in the Community at Alfordsville. Visitation will be : to : p.m. onApriland after : a.m. until the time of service. (HH Thu Apr) IRENE GREEN Irene Graham Green,of Fairview Road March at her residence. Born September in Mercer County the daughter of W. E. and Nona Turner Graham. a and a longtime member of the Hopewell Baptist Church where a School teacher. her husband Richard Green Mercer County one son James Richard Green Salvisa one daughter Roxie (Don Billy) Rogers one sister Pauline (Richard) Willey NM four and four great by a daughter Juanita Griggs one brother Laurel Graham and one sister Celestine Graham. Marchat the Hopewell Baptist Church with Bro. Richard Easterling was in Hopewell Baptist Church . were Heulan Phillips Steven Rogers Mark Griggs Roy Griggs Chad Vandergrift and Curtis Sherrow. Honorary bearers were members of the Pals School Class at Hopewell Baptist Church. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to the Hopewell Baptist Church Fund Talmage-Mayo Road KY (HH Thu Apr) PEARL JARVIS Pearl R. Jarvis,of Glens Creek Road Willisburg March at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born February in Clay County WV the daughter of Hedgeman and Sara Jane Collins Triplett. the widow of Lawrence D. Jarvis. a . two sons Dr. Dale Jarvis Willisburg Alfred Jarvis New Port Richie FL three sisters Audra Walker Mt. Vernon OH Vera Triplett and Melissa Browning both of Fairmont WV seven great and four great great by a son Waldo Carl Jarvis. at : p.m.Aprilat the Bartlett Bartlett OH with Rev. Richard Woodin was in the Bartlett . are suggested to the charity of one’s choice. Ransdell Chapel was (HH Thu Apr) ROBERT ZELIFF Sr. Robert P. Zeliff Sr.,of High Street April at Health Care Center. Born December in New York NY Clifford and Bertha Hartman Zeliff. a retired employee for Corning Glass and a member of Hopewell Baptist Church. a member of DAV an VFW and served in the army during World War II. his wife Mary Hourigan Zeliff two sons Larry Zeliff NY Robert Zeliff Jr. Lonedell MO three daughters Carol Ann Martin Bradford PA Pat Ross Mercer County Charlotte Young one step daughter Janice Byrge one sister Margie Lampheir NY four six step two great three step great Aprilat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. John David Lane was in Spring Hill . were Dustin Young Scott Ross Josh Martin Wesley Martin Jeremy Fuller and Ronnie Hartman. are suggested to the American Cancer Society. (HH Thu Apr) EVA CORNISH Eva L. Cornish,of Bryan OH formerly of April at the University of Kentucky Medical Center in Lexington. Born February in Mercer County the daughter of Kaleb and Maggie Votaw Gowins. a former Cricketeer and Irvin Air Chute employee and was a Baptist. one son Hollie B. Cornish Bryan OH one daughter Shirley (Robert L.) Burrus Bryan OH one brother Arlie B. Gowins Bryan OH four and three great by one grandchild and two brothers Clarence and Tal Gowins. Aprilat the Alexander and Royalty with Rev. Byron Jessup was in Spring Hill . were Marvin Gowins Tony Gowins Larry Gowins Joe Gowins Troy Gowins and Larry Wayne Gowins. (HH Thu Apr) NORVAL FREELAND Norval Freeland,of Wilmore father of Tom Freeland April at the Wesley Methodist Village in Wilmore. are incomplete at the Ransdell Chapel. (HH Thu Apr) MARY LESTER Mary Pittman Lester,formerly of Perryville Road April at the Health Care Manor. Born April in Nevada the daughter of Thomas and Clara Hogue Pittman. the widow of Irvin Edward Lester. a and a member of the Bruner's Chapel Baptist Church. one step daughter Lucille Duran Denver CO. Aprilat the Spring Hill with Bro. Steve Fegenbush (HH Thu Apr) HOWARD HAGER Howard Hager,of Cornishville Road April at his residence. Born June in Mercer County Fredrick and Flora Janie Brewer Hager. a farmer and an elder and member of Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian Church. a member of the VFW American Legion and was an army veteran of the Korean War. his wife Bettie Hager one son Howard Wayne (Linda) Hager one daughter Lois Jean (Lee) Novak Greenville MI one brother Robert Johnson Lexington one grandchild. at : p.m.Aprilat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. John Westerfield will be in Spring Hill . Visitation will be at the chapel from : to : p.m. and after : a.m. (HH Thu Apr) CORA LAWHORN Cora Lawhorn,of Center Street Danville April at her residence. are incomplete at the Alexander and Royalty . (HH Thu Apr) BONNIE McRAY Bonnie McRay,of Belmont Village Louisville formerly of April at the Baptist East in Louisville. Born September in Mercer County the daughter of Charlie and Iva Corn Long. the widow of Johnny McRay. a a member of the Calvary Baptist Church and an avid UK basketball fan. two sisters Virginia Emmetsberger Louisville Marie McRay one brother Loman Long AR. by two sisters Rosella Long and Mildred Huff. Aprilat the Alexander and Royalty with Rev. Mary Beth Guy and Bro. James Harley was in Spring Hill . were Kevin Sallee Norman Sallee Kenneth Long Dudley Long and Keith Emmetsberger. contributions may be made to the Northeast YMCA Mill Brook Rd. Louisville KY (HH Thu Apr) VELMA MERRICK Velma Merrick ageformerly of East Factory Street April at the Health Care Manor. Born August in Casey County the daughter of Caleb and Nettie Redford Hafley. a member of Shakertown Baptist Church an avid quilter and a retired housekeeping employee at Beaumont Inn. two sons Randy Porter Campbellsville Billy Porter Gravel Switch one daughter Judy Stoddard Burgin one brother Frank Hafley Lebanon three sisters Geraldine Green Lebanon Sarah Overstreet FL Margaret Cox Forkland four and one great grandchild. by three sisters Katherine Hill Fannie Hayden and Ida Hafley and one grandson Sergeant Brandon Scott Johnson. Aprilat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. Kenneth Smith and Chaplain Gary Story was in Spring Hill . were Lester Hayden Junior Green Dale Hill Robert Hill Carl Hill and Tommy Jewel. (HH Thu Apr) WILLIAM PHILLIPS William Edward Phillips,of Moberly Road April at his residence. Born October in Danville Edward and Katheline Perkins Phillips. a retired employee of Cricketeer a member of the Christian Church and attended Deep Creek Baptist Church. a retired US Navy Master Chief having served during World War II the Korean War and the Vietnam War. his wife Virginia (Penny) Phillips two daughters Sally Isham Joyce Bousman one sister Edwina Young four and two great He was by a brother Milburn Young and a sister Ruth Phillips. at : p. m.Aprilat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Larry Koch will be in Spring Hill . will be Troy Young Dustin Young Mark Young Tony Young Phillip Young and Eddie Young. Honorary bearers will be Clay Bradford Harold Davis Robert Sallee Kyle Pankey and Terry Bradford. (HH Thu Apr) DEBRA STADLING Debra N. Stradling,of Camp Kennedy Road Bryantsville April at Good Samaritan in Lexington. Born June in Memphis TN the daughter of Bill and Sarah Williams Nichols. a and enjoyed gardening. her husband Ken W. Stradling Bryantsville two sons Chris Hart and Will Hart both of Lexington one daughter Sarah Kathleen Stradling Bryantsville one brother Rodney Nichols Richmond VA three sisters Jean Fitzpatrick Simpsonville Nancy McCune Cincinnati OH and Shar Sears Chester VA. at : p.m.Aprilat the Alexander and Royalty with Rev. Larry Harris will be in Spring Hill . will be Rusty West Brandon Stapleton John Romond Will Hart Asa Hawes and Edward Elsnar. Visitation will be from : noon until time of service on at the . (HH Thu Apr) MYRTLE TAYLOR Myrtle Taylor,of N. Main Street April at Haggin Born September in McClain IL the daughter of Ive and Mattie Pearson Lambert. She had worked as a seamstress for Cricketeer and Jonathan Logan and was a member of Grapevine Christian Church. two sons Donald E. Taylor Lexington Bobby Taylor one daughter Lorraine Tackett Danville one brother Clifford Lambert one sister Opal Rogers Burgin six six great and three great great at : p.m.Aprilat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Claude Waldridge will be in Spring Hill . will be Don Taylor Don Allen Don Pinkston Keith Pinkston Chris Lay and Marion Rogers. are suggested to the Grapevine Christian Church . Visitation will be from : to : p.m. and after : a.m. at the chapel. (HH Thu Apr) RON TAYLOR Ron Taylor,of West Main Street Burgin April at Central Baptist in Lexington. Born June in Marvin and Alma Sims Taylor. formerly employed with R&P Chimney Company was a musician and a member of Shawnee Run Baptist Church. one brother Kenneth (Phyllis) Taylor Mercer County. by one brother Billy Taylor. at : a.m.Aprilat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. Lester Tirey was in Spring Hill . (HH Thu Apr) IDA VOTAW Ida Belle Baker Votaw,of Mackville April at the Norton Spring View in Lebanon. Born January in Washington County the daughter of James Lee and Bertha Gulley Baker. a member of the Mt. Zion Church of Christ. her husband Marvin Votaw Mackville one son Melvin (Donna) Votaw Mackville one daughter Mildred (James) Baker Mackville five great and one great great grandchild. by a brother Harold Baker and a sister Mable Huffman. Aprilat the Carey and Son with Bro. Kelley Baker and Bro. Greg Bowen was in Evergreen in Willisburg. were Jerry Wayne Baker Marvin Wayne Votaw Melvin Wallace Votaw James Edwin Baker Ricky Lee and J. R. Baker. Honorary bearers were Anthony Baker Steven Lee Granville Moore and Darrel Baker. (HH Thu Apr) ANN WALLS Ann L. Walls,of West Main Street Burgin April at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born July in Burgin the daughter of Cecil and Rose Fowler Keeling. the widow of Harlan Walls. a former Mercer Dress employee a retired Whirlpool employee a member of the Burgin Baptist Church and the Active and Older School Class. one son Harlan Wayne (Dixie) Walls Burgin one daughter Peggy Ann (Billy Ray) Lucas Burgin three brothers James C. Keeling Burgin Curtis (Anna Ruth) Keeling Burgin and Billy Eugene Keeling Lancaster one sister Juanita (Robert) Moss five and six great by a brother Burchell Keeling. were held Aprilat the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro. James Harley was in Burgin Gardens. were Jason Lucas Daniel Lucas Andrew Curtsinger Stuart Woods Keith Moss and Jeremy Thacker. (HH Thu Apr) MARY WEST Mary Katherine Dunn West,of Central Pike April at her residence. Born November in Grant County the daughter of Stanley and Mary Hammons Dunn. a . her husband Gordon West three sons Jimmy L. (Leslie) West Lexington Gordon Ray (Sandy) West Springfield Billy J. (Stacy) West one daughter Elaine Smith Lexington two sisters Fannie Miller and Peggy Halfhill both of Owenton one brother Bennie Dunn Owenton nine by three brothers Donald Charlie and Jim Dunn. Aprilat the Rogers in Owenton with Rev. Mark Wilhoite were Johnny Miller Chad Dunn Cody Dunn Andrew Wagner Jonathan Halfhill and Sam Robinson. contributions are suggested to the Markey Cancer Center. (HH Thu Apr) ARAH WRIGHT Arah Langford Wright,Danville Road wife of Bob Wright April at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. are incomplete at the Ransdell Chapel. (HH Thu Apr) EDNA BURKS Edna D. Burks,of Dutchmans Lane Louisville April at the Twinbrook Nursing Home in Louisville. Born March in Estill County the daughter of John J. and Cora Childers Smyth. the widow of Nathaniel Wilson Burks. a and a member of the Southeast Church of Christ in Louisville. two sons Nathan L. Burks Louisville Harold S. Burks Mercer County two daughters Mary Ann Gregory and Virginia Jo Rowe both of Louisville and great at the Highlands Taylorsville Road in Louisville,Aprilwith Bro. Paul Denny was in Louisville Gardens. are suggested to Berea College Berea KY. (HH Thu Apr) EULA CAPPS Eula Faye Taylor Capps,of Court Street April at the Frankfort Regional Medical Center in Frankfort. A native of Washington County the daughter of James Luther and Stella Roland Taylor and foster daughter of Bert and Nora Drury. She was the widow of Delmer Allen Capps. a retired machine operator for Universal Fasteners and a member of the Fox Creek Christian Church. one son Kenny (Shirley) Hooper Mercer County one sister Ruby Peavler one brother Joe Taylor Lebanon three half brothers Johnny Taylor and Tommy Taylor both of Anderson County and Robert Taylor Louisville one foster brother Herman Drury two one step grandchild and one great grandchild. by a brother Herbert Taylor and a foster sister Thelma Sims. will be at : p.m.Aprilat Gash Chapel with Bro. Don Wells and Chaplain Gary Story will be in the . will be Harold Cornish Leon Drury Vernon Drury Dennis Worthington Billy Hooper and Steve Cornish. contributions are suggested to Heritage Hospice PO BoxDanville KY Visitation will be from to : p.m. and after : a.m. . (HH Thu Apr) MATTIE COSLOW Mattie Coslow,formerly of Cardwell Street in and Medco Health Care Manor in Springfield April at the James B. Haggin Born November in Washington County the daughter of Raymond and Dorkas Ross Baker. the widow of William "Willie" Coslow. a housewife and a member of the Mt. Zion Church of Christ in Washington County. four sons Hughes Coslow Cornishville Scotty Coslow Springfield Harrison Coslow Willisburg and Roger Coslow six daughters Barbara Ann Stumph Blondella Yates Springfield Susie Mae Colvin Charleston IN Lula Bell Sallee Burkhead Nettie Rae Britton Cornishville and Dorkas Jane Gullett one brother O. T. Baker one sister Dorothy Hilton Springfield four step great and great great by one son Shirley Boyd one grandson Bryan Gullett six brothers George Baker R. C. Baker Norve Baker Marshall Baker Jay Baker and Cleo Baker. Aprilat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. James Harley and Bro. John McDaniel was in the Battle . were Tony Coslow Jeff Coslow Kris Colvin Craig Coslow Junior Yates and Donnie Stumph. Honorary bearers were Gary Stumph Mike Coslow Terry Coslow Kevin Sallee Dennie Coslow Jerry Colvin Timmy Yates Greg Britton and Alan Gullett. (HH Thu Apr) VERNONCIE CUMMINS Vernoncie Pearl Cummins,of Greenbriar Drive April at the Health Care Center. Born January in Boyle County the daughter of William P. and Nancy Susan Crain Bugg and the widow of James William Cummins. a retired Cricketeer employee and a private duty nurse. a member of the Baptist Church and the Widow to Widow Support Group. two sisters Lillian Isham Mercer County Nancy Curtsinger by two sisters Mable Britton and Hazel Black Cochran. at : p.m.Aprilat the Ransdell chapel with Dr. Robert DeFoor will be in Spring Hill . Visitation will be from : to : p.m. and after : a.m. at the chapel. are suggested to the Baptist Church. (HH Thu Apr) PAUL CRAYCRAFT Paul Woodford Craycraft,of Whitney Avenue formerly of April at his residence. Born April in Bourbon County Clarence and Ethel Johnson Craycraft. a retired heavy equipment operator with Local # in Henderson and was a member of the Corinth Christian Church. his wife Jane Barnes Craycraft two step sons David Weber Jr. Jason Weber Versailles two sisters Virginia Davis North Middletown Ruth Frederick Augusta GA two brothers Clarence Craycraft Jr. and Doug Craycraft both of Lexington one granddaughter two step grandsons. by two sisters Mildred Lane and Alma Combs. Wednesdady Aprilat the Ritchie-Peach-Todd in with Bro. Bobby Proctor was in Sunset Gardens in Frankfort. were Forrest W. Davis Forrest W. Davis Jr. Clarence Darnell Clarence Pittman Doug Craycraft Jr. Woody Barnes and Mike Davis. Honorary bearers were David Weber Jr. Jason Weber Marshall Weber Cameron Weber Diane and Ronnie Thornton. Expressions of sympathy are suggested to Hospice of the Bluegrass Steele St. Frankfort KY (HH Thu Apr) NORVAL FREELAND Norval "Bugs" Freeland,of Lexington Road Wilmore April at Wesley Methodist Village in Wilmore. Born May in Dowagiac MI Frank and Lena Gloxine Freeland. He worked as a graphic artist for Standard Gravure in Louisville. a member of Elks Lodge (Dowagiac MI) and attended Free Methodist Church in Wilmore. an Army Air Corps veteran of World War II. one son Tom (Maribeth) Freeland one sister Laoma Rickard Kalamazoo MI two grandchildrn and two great April at the Riverside Dowagiac MI. Ransdell Chapel was (HH Thu Apr) CORA LOWHORN Cora Lee Lowhorn ageof Center Street Danville April at her residence. Born March in Mercer County the daughter of William Nolan and Florence Lyons Cheatham. a former member of the VFW Women's Auxiliary of Boyle County and a member of the Moreland First Baptist Church. one son Calvin Jeffries TX three daughters Ann Woodard Lancaster Elizabeth Faulkner Danville Eva Holt one brother Harry "Butch" Cheatham one sister Doris Sanford Mercer County six four great by two brothers William Nolan Cheatham Robert Joe Cheatham and one sister Mildred Alice Cheatham. Aprilat the Alexander and Royalty with Chaplain Gary Story was in Shawnee Run Baptist Church . were Edgar Richards Thomas Ellis Ronnie Davis II Keith Royalty Phillip Russell and Ronnie Davis. Honorary bearers were David Richards and Alisha Gooch. (HH Thu Apr) ORBRIN LEATHERS Orbrin Paul "Orb" Leathers ageof East Court Street April at his residence. Born June in Nelson County Shelby and Sarah Catherine McMichael Leathers. He worked in maintenance and janitorial and was a member of the Fairview Christian Church. his wife Margaret Grace Wilham Drury Leathers two daughters Judy Pulliam Jean (Ray) Caldwell one son Garland (Norma) Leathers Salvisa two step daughters Mary Jewell (Roy) Carter and Shirley (G. W.) Jenkins both of one brother Harlon Leathers Radcliff great death by a stepson William Oscar Drury two brothers Vernon and Garland Leathers and three sisters Margie Robinson Verlie Waldridge and Elvie Jewell Leathers. Aprilat the Ritchie-Peach-Todd Home with Bro. George Martin was in the . were Freddy Carter Buddy Chilton Ashley Chilton David Price Cody Pulliam Daniel Derringer Jason Leathers and James Hagen. Honorary bearers were Jeffery Byrd Junior Robinson Daniel Preston Donnie Waldridge G. W. Waldridge Truman Barnett Swope Peyton and Marvin Grace. Contributions are suggested to Hospice of the Bluegrass Steele Street Frankfort KY (HH Thu Apr) LOUISE MAY Louise Gaines May,formerly of Perryville April at Charleston Health Care Facility in Danville. Born August in the daughter of John and Gay Broyles Pipes. the widow of William May. one daughter Gayle Parr one son Tommy May and one sister Mattie Powell. Aprilat : p.m. at the Perryville United Methodist Church with Tony Campbell was in Hillcrest in Perryville. are suggested to the Perryville Methodist Church Building Fund. Wilder in Perryville was (HH Thu Apr) JOSEPH MEREDITH Joseph Shelton "Shelly" Meredith,of Lexington April at Hospice Care Center at St. Joseph born in New York City but his father’s family was from Mercer County. He was a nephew of Dr. T. O. Meredith and cousin of Bill Meredith. He attended Centre College and served in the U. S. Air Force during the Korean War. his wife Carolyn S. Meredith Lexington five children and three sisters. A Aprilat St. Paul Catholic Church. are suggested to Hospice Care Center at St. Joseph W. R. Milward Mortuary-Broadway Lexington was (HH Thu Apr) CATHY MERRIMAN Cathy Sallee Merriman,of Cornishville Road April at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born November in Mercer County the daughter of James Lewis and Dorothy Steele Sallee. a a member of the Bohon Christian Church and an animal lover who was particularly fond of dogs cats and ferrets. her husband Gary Andrew Merriman Mercer County one son Clint James Merriman Georgia one daughter Casey Corrinna Merriman one sister Linda Banks Lakeland FL. by one brother Herbert Lewis Sallee and one sister Teresa Baxter. will be at : a.m.Aprilat the Alexander and Royalty with Rev. Jimmy Owens will be in Spring Hill . will be Brian Sallee Larry Merriman James Merriman Mark Merriman Ricky Rice and Stephen Miller. Visitation will be from : to : p.m.and after : a.m. at the . (HH Thu Apr) ADA PEAVLER Ada Elizabeth Royalty Peavler,of Cheffield Drive Louisville formerly of April at the Baptist East in Louisville. Born November in Willisburg the daughter of Clyde and Rae Keeling Royalty. the widow of Chalres "Chuck" Peavler. a member of the Christian Church and attended Lyndon Christian Church in Louisville. a retired Corning Glass Works employee and an avid University of Kentucky Basketball fan. her sister and brother-in-law Vernon Carroll and Betsy Coulter Louisville one niece Carrie Coulter (John) Nelson Louisville. Aprilat the Alexander and Royalty . was in the Willisburg . were Larry Keeling Russell Denny John Nelson Wendell Griffey Bobby Trisler and Jerry Royalty. donations may be made to the Christian Church Building Fund S. Main St. KY (HH Thu Apr) ALLEN PINKSTON Albert Allen Pinkston,of Springdale Apartments Springfield April at his home. Born June in Washington County Albert Taylor "A. T." and Della Pinkston. a member of the Thompsonville Baptist Church and was known to many people in the community as the "Candyman." one son Thomas Allen Pinkston Nicholasville three daughters Mrs. Joe (Patricia) Hardin Springfield Mrs. Bruce (Vickie) Dean of and Mrs. John (Denise) Jordan Lexington and one great grandchild. by two brothers J. D. Pinkston and Russell Pinkson and a half sister Jane Pinkston. at : p.m.Aprilat the Carey and Son with Rev. David Collier and Rev. Bobby Cheser was in Evergreen at Willisburg. were Dorchester Hardin John R. Hardin Al Stevens Bobby Cheser R. C. Devine and Dixie Pinkston. (HH Thu Apr) IRENE SEBASTIAN Irene Sebastian ageApril at the Danville Center for Health and Rehabilitation. are incomplete at the Alexander and Royalty Home. (HH Thu Apr) IDA VOTAW for Ida Belle Baker Votaw,of Mackville who April were Jerry Wayne Baker Marvin Wayne Votaw Melvin Wallace Votaw Rickey Lee J. R. Baker and Anthony Baker. Honorary bearers were Granville Moore Darrel Baker and Steven Lee. (HH Thu Apr) ARAH WRIGHT Arah Elizabeth Wright,of Danville Road April at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born in the daughter of Frank and Cleva Routt Langford. co-owner of the Pin Oak Driving Range and was a member of the Immanuel Baptist Church. her husband Robert F. Wright four sons Bobby Wright Escondido CA Chris Wright Harvey (Tracey) Wright Lexington and Joe (Sheri) Wright one brother Robert Langford three sisters Bettie Hager Mrs. Foster (Anna) Hooker Danville Viola Dreon KY three three great and two step by a brother LeRoy Langford. at : a.m. at the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Randy McPheron and Rev. Barry Jeffries was in Spring Hill . were Kenny Allen John Allen Bill Langford Cecil Lay Cary King and Danny Langford. Honorary bearers were Joe Paul and Jerry Wilson Billy Horn Bob McQuerry Wayne Hager Steve and Larry Langford and Charles Lyons. (HH Thu Apr) MILITARY RITES Douglas Laws Post # American Legion Post # VFW and DAV Post # conducted Military Rites for Howard Hager at Spring Hill on April . Those attending were Roy Freeman Preston Burgin Joe Harlow James Carey Louis Ransdell Marion Mershon Curtiss Sherrow Lucian Landers DeWitt Sims Howard Howells and "Tip Toe" Tewmey. Zenah Teater served as bugler. Folding and presenting the flag were Cpl. Dwayne McMahon and SPC. David McAdoo from Fort Knox. (HH Thu Apr) MILITARY RITES Douglas Laws Post # American Legion Post # VFW and DAV Post # conducted Military Rites for William E. "Bill" Phillips at Spring Hill on April. Those attending were Joe Harlow Preston Burgin James Carey Marion Mershon Curtiss Sherrow Lucian Landers "Tip Toe" Tewmey Tom Denny and Roy Freeman. Zenah Teater served as bugler. Folding and presenting the flag were Ensign Matt Moren EM William Collins and PN Thomas G. Howard from the Lexington Naval Reserve. (HH Thu Apr) ELIZABETH SALE Elizabeth Sale,Beaumont Avenue widow of Forest "Aggie" Sale at James B. Haggin are incomplete at Ransdell Chapel. (Information courtesy of Danville Advocate Messenger web site) VERNONCIE CUMMINS for Vernoncie Cummins who April were Archie Britton Jerry Britton John McCandless Jim Black Bubby Isham Sonny Ransdell. Honorary bearers were Melvin Cummins Edwin Freeman and Gerald Pryor. (HH Thu Apr) LOUISE HEADEN Louise Gabhart Headen,of Gatewood Avenue April at the Frankfort Regional Medical Center in Frankfort. Born February in Shelby County the daughter of Elmer and Effie Davenport Gabhart. a retired cashier at Model Market in for years and a housewife. a member of the First Baptist Church and the New Hope School Class. her husband Clarence A. Headen one son Billy (Belinda) Headen Salvisa two daughters Rachel (Raymond) Peak Brenda (Carroll) Sutherland both of Anderson County seven great and one great great grandchild. by a brother Clyde Gabhart. Aprilat Gash Chapel with Bro. Gene Koons and Dr. Greg Burton was in Mt. Vernon in Shelby County. were Larry Peak Craig Jenkins Berry Young Michael Sutherland Rusty Waldridge Curt Carlton Arnold Headen and Alfred Headen. Honorary bearers were members of the New Hope School Class. contributions are suggested to the American Heart Association Regency Road SuiteLexington KY -. (HH Thu Apr) THOMAS HOURIGAN Thomas Monroe Hourigan ageof Shortline Road Springfield April at the Federal Hill Manor in Bardstown. A native of Mercer County born September to James Robert and Fannie Alma May Hourigan. the widower of Amanda Black Hourigan. a member of the Bethlehem Baptist Church a Kentucky Colonel a retired farmer and a retired State Law Enforcement Officer for the Kentucky Department of Transportation. He also served one term as state representative for Washington and Mercer counties. one son Robert M. (Sheila) "Buck" Hourigan Springfield one brother Horace Hourigan one sister Mary Helen Zeliff six and nine great death by his step mother Clydia Bell Rexrote Hourigan three brothers Kenneth Hourigan Stanley Hourigan and David Hourigan three sisters Evelyn Rexrote Ruth Hourigan Sims and Josephine Hourigan Powell. Aprilat the Bethlehem Baptist Church with Rev. Rick Shannon and Rev. J. T. Kirkpatrick was in the Bethlehem . were Thomas Joseph Hourigan Scott Abbott Hourigan Robert Michael Hourigan Robert Arnold Donnie Hatchett and J. B. Carrico. Honorary bearers were Rev. Oliver Hawkins Denny Goode and Jackie Arnold. Carey and Son was (HH Thu Apr) IRMA ROGERS Irma K. Rogers,of Cottonwood Street April at her residence. Born August in St. Louis MO the daughter of John and Hilda Krause. She privately taught writing and was affiliated with the Lutheran faith. her husband Elkanah "Kenny" Rogers one brother Jack Krause St. Louis MO. Aprilat the Richmond . were Terry Mike and Jack Krause Cecil Riley John Henderson and Bill David Rogers. In lieu of flowers contributions are suggested to Heritage Hospice PO Box Danville KY Ramsey in Lancaster was (HH Thu Apr) IRENE SEBASTIAN Irene Coldiron Carr Sebastian ageof Butler Drive Danville April at the Danville Centre for Heath and Rehabilitation. Born June in Danville the daughter of Robert P. and Anna M. Pollard Coldiron. the widow of Oneal Sebastian. a Licensed Practical Nurse having been one of the first graduates of Danville School of Practical Nursing. She had worked as an industrial nurse at Palm Beach and in the emergency room of Garrard County a member of the Order of Eastern Star and was affiliated with Carpenters Christian Church. two daughters Barbara (Bob) King Danville Penny (William E.) Johnson Lexington one sister Carrie M. Farmer Danville six eight great Aprilat the Alexander and Royalty with Rev. Don Hill was in Bellevue . were Bob King Rob King Robbie Johnson Benny Foley Danny Galdberry and Johnny Emerson. Honorary bearers were William Johnson Joe Burnside and Buddy Johnson. (HH Thu Apr) MORRIS SEMONES Morris Semones,of Barr St. April at his residence. Born April in Garnett and Hattie Pearl Bailey Semones. He had worked as an auto dealer for a number of years and was a member of Bethel Cumberland # Presbyterian Church. He served in the U. S. Army from to his wife Edith Anna Krappann Semones two sons Kevin Semones and Mike Semones both of one sister Garnetta Webb one granddaughter. by a brother Billy Semones. Aprilat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. James Byrd was in Spring Hill . were Billy Ray Semones Rusty Webb Billy Price Tony Gray Roy Lee Norvell and Carroll Semones. Honorary bearers were Bruce Patterson Danny and Bobby Bailey. are suggested to the Bethel Cumberland # Presbyterian Church. (HH Thu Apr) TIMOTHY SINKHORN Timothy Chase Sinkhorn,of the Garrard Convalescent Home in Covington April at St. Luke East in Ft. Thomas. Born April in Winchester Shirley Brown Sherwood of and William C. Sinkhorn Mercer County. Survivors in addition to his parents include: one sister Valencia Bass London. were conductedAprilat the Good Shepherd Catholic Church with Father Michael Ramler was in Sunset Gardens Frankfort. Contributions are suggested to The Garrard Convalescent Home Garrard Street Covington KY (HH Thu Apr) ALMA WALKER Alma Goodlett Walker,of Hawkins Street April at the Markey Cancer Center in Lexington. Born May in Mercer County the daughter of Abner and Mary Anna McKinney Goodlett. the widow of Presley H. Walker. a retired inspector for Rand McNally Co. in Versailles and a member of the First Baptist Church. one sister Gertrude Pinkston Willisburg and several nieces and nephews. by sisters Mary Will Goodlett and Lillian Cunningham two brothers Onis Goodlett and Charlie Goodlett. at : p.m.Aprilat Gash Chapel with Bro. Bob C. Jones and Bro. Cleo Goodlett will be in the . Visitation will be from : to : p.m. and after : a.m. at the chapel. (HH Thu Apr) FOREST ALSIP Forest J. Alsip,of Riverside Drive April at the Health Care Center. Born January in Williamsburg John and Naomi Laudermilk Alsip. He retired after years as a skilled buffer for Newtone. a former member of the Madison Avenue Baptist Church in Covington where a deacon for years a member of the Keystone School Class and Senior Citizens Bible Study class. a member of the Burner's Chapel Baptist Church. his wife Blanche Newby Alsip two sisters Mrs. Lela Crain Campbellsville Mrs. Marie Lackey Houston TX. death by two brothers Ernest Alsip and Charles Alsip one sister Hazel Wilkerson. at : p.m.Mayat the Alexander and Royalty with Rev. Larry Redding was in Spring Hill . were Mike Crain Len Crain Ronnie Patton Ed Alsip Jerry Newby and David Lackey. (HH Thu May) JEAN CARR Jean Dewey Carr,of Mooreland Ave. formerly of Lakewood OH April at her residence. Born April in Bennington VT the daughter of Edward Walling "Bee" and Janet Shurtleff Dewey. She attended a Montessori teacher's college in New York City and taught many years with students with special needs. named Teacher of the Year in Lakewood for her dedication to her students and her contributions to the school district. She retired in after teaching years at Roosevelt Elementary School and continued substitute teaching for several years. also a volunteer at Lakewood for Meals on Wheels and for St. Peter's Episcopal Church. her husband Donald J. Carr two daughters Cynthia Carr Janet "Dale" Carr Napa CA one son Robert Carr Albany OH one brother Bob (Dottie) Dewey of Bennington VT three including Jenni Wayland Devine Perryville and Brad Wayland Lebanon six great A service at : p.m.May at St. Peter's Episcopal Church Detroit Avenue Lakewood OH with Rev. Carol Cole Flannigan Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Heritage Hospice PO BoxDanville KY Alexander and Royalty is (HH Thu May) MATTHEW CARTER Matthew Phillip Carter,of Mac Street April ,in . Born August in Warren County Ann Votaw of and Phillip Carter of Bowling Green. a graduate of Anderson County High School a carpenter and a member of the Corinth Christian Church. his mother an step father Anne and Steve Votaw of father and step mother Phillip and Sandra Carter Bowling Green one sister Lindsey Carter two step brothers Patrick and Derek Votaw both of grandparents Patsy Carter Bowling Green and Bob and Suzie Bowling of step grandparents Paul and Bessie Votaw and Thelma Geralds Bowling Green great grandmother Hattie Pillow Bowling Green. by a grandfather Curtis M. Carter and grandmother Eva Bowling. Aprilat the Ritchie-Peach-Todd Home in with Bro. Terry Cooper was in the Corinth in Anderson County. were Daril Ulery Larry Peak Greg Scott David Casey Rex Burkhead Ken Evans Daryl Woods and Davin Jones. Contributions are suggested to Rich Pond Baptist Church Brad Ave. Bowling Green KY (HH Thu May) DELLA CLAUNCH Della Irene Claunch,of Saltwell Headquarters Road Carlisle April at Bourbon Community in Paris. Born April in Washington County the daughter of Elmer and Oma Lee Gabhart Hungate. a and a member of Benton Baptist Church. two daughters Rebecca Lynn Cameron Carlisle Betty Jean Goodlett Mackville four sons William Carlton Claunch Jimmy Dale Claunch and Jackie Wayne Claunch all of Joseph Alan Claunch Lexington two sisters Elizabeth James Christine Wilkins Springdale AR and great by one grandchild and one great grandchild. Mayat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Matthew Atha was in Spring Hill . were grandsons. (HH Thu May) ROZELLA DRURY Rozella (Rose) Yeager Drury,formerly of Talmage-Mayo Road April at the James B. Haggin Born July in Washington County the daughter of Orville and Nannie Drury Yeager. the widow of Roy Drury. a former employee of the Kroger Company and a member of the Mayo Christian Church. two sons Ricky Drury Lexington David C. Drury Frankfort two daughters Vicky Cartwright and Lisa Bugg both of Salvisa one brother Brownie Yeager Louisville two sisters Bonnie Goodlett Louisville Judi Bayless CA four two great eight step great by one brother Herman Yeager. Aprilat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. Jerry Perry was in the Mayo Christian Church . were Buford Lee Coke Jeffery Coke Ray Anthony Yeager Wayne Yeager Steve Ransdell Carson Drury and grandson Jonathan Drury. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to the Mayo Christian Church Central Pike KY . (HH Thu May) IMOGENE DUNN Imogene Jones Dunn,of Henrico Road April at Vencor in Louisville. A native of Mercer County the daughter of Ransom and Addie Bell Roach Jones. a graduate of High School a member of Centennial Baptist Church and was employed by the Mercer County Public Library. her husband Charles Dunn eight children Katrina (Tim) Snodgrass Augusta GA Quetin (Désirée) Owens Netherlands Abdullah Khalil Augusta GA Tiffany (Timothy) Johnson Oklahoma City OK Bethany Woodward Jonesboro GA John Owens (Crystal) Starla Spencer Lexington a step daughter Ashley Dunn three brothers Artis (Irniece) Jones NJ Wilbert and James Jones Lexington four great at : p.m. at the Centennial Baptist Church in with Rev. John Short will be in Cove Haven Lexington. Visitation will be from : to : p.m. at the church. O. L. Hughes and Sons Mortuary Lexington is (HH Thu May) LOIS JONES Lois Cosby Darland Jones April in Austin TX. Born April in Mercer County the daughter of Everett and Cornelia Sanders Cosby. three daughters Sharon Darland Butcher Clearwater FL Beverly Booker Bloomington IN Debbie Joaonhori TX one son Randy Jones TX three brothers Maurice Cosby Bruce Cosby Danville Owen Cosby Bloomington IN three sisters Mary Ann Carey Vivian Yates Louisville Christine Shook Bloomington IN four in Bloomington IN at a later date. (HH Thu May REEDA GILLESPIE Rev. Reeda Walker Gillespie,of formerly of Danville April at Health Care. Born May in Red Star AR a daughter of Bud Walker and Jane Wages Walker Denney. the widow of Harvey A. Gillespie. the co-founder and former pastor of First Pentecostal Church of God (Faith Temple) for years. She and Rev. Leona Huddleston Faulkner built the church and worked for years in the gospel field. ordained by the Pentecostal Church of God in Joplin MO and was presented her -year pin in She ministered to people all over the U. S. and the world. Survivors include a half sister Opal Lane of Tahlequah OK. Aprilat the Preston-Pruitt by Rev. Pat Wilson and Rev. Nancy Langdon. was in Buffalo Springs in Stanford. were Mark Sanders Collos Abrams Paul Faulkner Reed Arnett and Jim Ely. Honorary bearers were Joyce and Ken House. (HH Thu May) MARY HATCHELL Mary N. Hatchell,of N. Main Street April at the Haggin Born January in the daughter of Marshall and Dora Sorrell Neeley. the widow of Garnett Freeman and W. J. Hatchell. a retired dental assistant and a member of the United Methodist Church. one son Jerald Dale Freeman two step daughters Imogene Freeman Peggy Butcher Lexington one grandson seven step and several great death by five brothers George Marshall Dixie T. Henry and Charles Neeley and two sisters Margaret Neeley and Elsie Cole. Mayat the Ransdell Chapel with Mark Girard and Terry Morrison was in Spring Hill . were Jerry Dale Freeman Tim Freeman Perry Freeman Sam Cole John Cole Brian Neeley and Sonny Bryan. (HH Thu May) PAUL HATFIELD Paul Henry Hatfield,of April at the home of his son. Born February in Chillicothe OH Otto Jacob and Gladys Bunch Hatfield. the widower of Mary Anna Reed Hatfield. a retired employee of the Fayette County School System and was a cook for the Salvation Army for many years where a member. two sons Paul Anthony (Terri) Hatfield Terry Hatfield San Francisco CA one daughter Marla H. (Bill) Nicodemus Nicholasville one brother Jack Otto Hatfield Chillicothe OH four by a brother James Russell Hatfield and a sister Mellie Hatfield both of OH. at : p.m.Mayat the Salvation Army by Major Robert Green. will be in the Wilmore . are suggested to Heritage Hospice W. Broadway Danville KY . Kerr Brothers in Lexington was (HH Thu May) CORDIE LAY Cordie Long Lay,of Bellows Mill Road April at the Central Baptist in Lexington. Born August in Washington County the daughter of Nelson and Elva Nicholson Long. the widow of William Marshall Lay. a a member of the Baptist Church and a former member of Mt. Freedom Baptist Church in Cardwell. one son Sherman (Sherley) Lay Lexington two brothers Ray (Lula) Long Louisville J. W. Long Willisburg one sister Leona Burns Louisville one grandson. by three brothers Leslie Clyde and Rev. Homer Long two sisters Jeannetta Long and Edna Votaw and one grandson William David Lay. at : p.m.Mayat the Alexander and Royalty with Dr. Robert DeFoor and Rev. Coleman Burke will be in Spring Hill . will be Dennis Long Everett Long Maurice Votaw Sidney Elder Sherill Baker and Leo Lay. Visitation will be from : to : p.m.Mayand after : a.m. at the . (HH Thu May) R. LYLE MOORE R. Lyle Moore,of Cincinnati April. A native of Lexington Barbara Hinkle Lexington and William Hinkle. a graduate of the University of Kentucky where he played Rugby and was an avid outdoorsman. Survivors in addition to his mother include: his wife Elizabeth Kenney Bigelow Moore Cincinnati two daughters Elizabeth Jordan Moore and Katherine Baxter Moore both of Cincinnati maternal grandmother Alice Kelley Berea three sisters Lynne Harris Lisa Rhorer and Jenny Carter one brother Larry Moore A Mass of Christian at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church Beechmont Ave. Cincinnati OH onMay at : a.m. Visitation will beMayfrom : to : p.m. at the residence of Prescott Bigelow III Signal Hill Lane Cincinnati. (HH Thu May) OPHELIA NEVIUS Ophelia D. Nevius,formerly of Cane Run Street April at the James. B. Haggin Born January in Garrard County the daughter of Clint and Mary Shearer Preston. the widow of John "Jay" Nevius. a retired James B. Haggin Nursing Assistant and a member of the Joseph Chapel United Methodist Church where a former School teacher and a member of the UMW. one son George William "Billy" Nevius one daughter Mrs. Juanita Catherine Ball one nephew whom she reared Davis Nevius seven four step eight great nine step great by one son Bobby Stuart Nevius. Aprilat the Alexander and Royalty with Rev. Buddy Coleman and Rev. Frank Pennington was in Danville Gardens. were Darrell Preston Randy Preston Raymond Allen Preston Gary Preston Danny Preston Cliff Black and Kenny Preston. Honorary bearers were David and Jeanene Ball Donna and Steve Anderson Chuck Nevius Brady Nevius Lee and Vinny Magliulo Bryan and Crystal Nevius Chad and Shannon Nevius Jay Anderson Justin Ball Derek Ball Ami Anderson Ashlyn Nevius Vincent Magliulo Ellen Magliulo and Bailey Nevius. contributions may be made to Joseph Chapel United Methodist Church c/o Jackie Hilbert Larue Street KY (HH Thu May) STANLEY PARKER Stanley Parker,of Xenia OH formerly of Lancaster and Falmouth April at the home of his granddaughter Kathy Jackson. Born November in Pendleton County Cecil Francis and Hallie Newton Aulick Parker. the widower of Viola Browning Parker who was formerly from He had worked for four years with the Cincinnati Enquirer taught at New Zion Demossville and McKennesyburg schools in Kentucky worked with Newport Steel Company Newport and as terminal manager in the Cincinnati Division of Sims Motor Transport Line out of Riverdale IL for years before retiring in . a member of the Blanket Creek Baptist Church Pendelton County a member of the Silver Grove Lodge # F&AM and a nd degree member of the Indra Consistory Scottish Rite in Covington. four granddaughters Kathy Lee Jackson Xenia Oh Tamara Joe Hedger and Nancy Sue Moore Harrison County Brenda K. Westwood Alexandria one brother W. F. Parker Richwood great two great great by two daughters Joyce Lee King and Nancy Westwood. at : p.m.Mayat the Woodhead in Falmouth. was in Riverside . (HH Thu May) WILLIAM PRICE William Howard Price,of S. College St. April at Health Care Center. Born March in Burgin Willie and Eva Lener Carmickle Price. He had worked as a carpenter and was a member of Shawnee Run Baptist church. one son William A. Price one daughter Pam Bugg one brother LeRoy Price Cincinnati OH four sisters Rose Peavler Burgin Helen Foster and Marie Willis both of Irene Robinson Salvisa five and four great by two brothers James and J. B. Price one sister Lucille Sanders. Aprilat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Barry Jeffries was in Spring Hill . were Chris Price Brandon Price Greg Price Nikki Bugg Daryl Watts and Keith Wilham. are suggested to Heritage Hospice. (HH Thu May) CLEO PROCTOR Cleo Proctor,of Cornishville Road Aprilat his residence. Born January in Mercer County Jewell Russell Proctor of Stanford and Marvin Proctor. a former employee of Mercer Tire Inc. a member of the Berea Christian Church and was an avid fisherman. Survivors in addition to his mother include: his wife Margaret Ann Votaw Proctor two sons Roy Lee Proctor Mercer County Hobert (Nancy) Proctor one brother Bill (Jane) Proctor Millington TN three sisters Gale Salyers Lexington Peggy Lynn Travillian Mercer County Vivian Jo (Cecil) Cummins of Lincoln County. at : p.m.Mayat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. Donald Littrel and Rev. B. J. Taylor will be in Spring Hill . will be Daryl Gray Bobby Perkins Gary Buntain Gene Curtsinger Hughes Coslow and David Driscol. Honorary bearers will be Robert Hardin R. C. Mobley R. C. Lester Jewell Mobley and Donnie Riley. Visitation will be from : to : p.m.Mayand after : a.m. at the . (HH Thu May) ELIZABETH SALE Elizabeth V. Sale,of Beaumont Avenue April at the Haggin Born January in the daughter of Dr. Condit B. and Sadie Carter VanArsdall Sr. the widow of Forest "Aggie" Sale. She had been a teacher and had taught in Mercer and Boyle County schools. a member of the United Methodist Church and had been a School teacher for a number of years. a member of the Historical Society DAR Woman's Club and the Mercer County Library Board. a graduate of Randolph-Macon Women's College. one daughter Elizabeth (Betsy) Sale one brother Dr. T. Carter VanArsdall. by two brothers Dr. Condit B. VanArsdall Jr. and Dr. Charles A. VanArsdall. Aprilat the United Methodist Church with Dr. David Ross was in Spring Hill . were Harold Davis Van Underwood Dr. John VanArsdall Jack Morris Bruce Springate and John Moffit. Honorary bearers were Harold Kitchen T. C. "Bud" Dedman and Jeff Brother. are suggested to the United Methodist Endowment Fund Haggin or the charity of one's choice. (HH Thu May) JOHN WOODARD Jr. There will be a service and interment of ashes for John Clinton "Pistol" Woodard Jr. at : p.m. onMay at Camp Nelson National in Jessamine County. He November in Florida. (HH Thu May) BRUCE CATLETT Dr. Bruce Nield Catlett,of Louisville May at Norton Suburban in Louisville. a native of Mercer County. a US Marine Corps veteran a veterinarian and founded St. Matthews Animal Clinic in Louisville. a former president of the Jefferson County and Kentucky Veterinary Societies a member of Cumberland College UK and Auburn University alumni associations. a member of Masonic Lodgethe Scottish Rite Kosair Shrine Temple and the Hurstbourne Country Club. his wife Frances Hooks Catlett three sons Bruce Nield II Brent Nevin and Brook Nolan Catlett one sister Janet Reed two brothers James Catlett Hopkinsville and Daryl Catlett two Mayat the St. Matthews Baptist Church in Louisville. are suggested to St. Matthews Baptist Church or the Kentucky Humane Society in Louisville. (HH Thu May) WILMA DUNCAN Wilma Ileen Duncan of King Arthur Drive Georgetown formerly of May at the Georgetown Community She was the widow of Ivan Lee Duncan Born in Shelby County IL August the daughter of Elza H. and Hazel Pfieffer Cater. a retired employee of McAlpins Department Stores a member of Mt. Calvery Lutheran Church in Decatur IL and was a member of the DAV Auxiliary. Survivors include: one daughter Denise Duncan Pierce Merriman Georgetown two sons Carl Ivan Duncan and Alan Lee Duncan both of Lexington three sisters Dollie Doldo Watertown NY Jean Barber and Paulette Carter both of Decatur IL three brothers Elza Cater Jr. and Dwight Cater both of Lexington Wilbur Cater Joshua TX seven by a brother Wayne Cater. at : a.m.Mayat the Tucker Yocum and Wilson with Bro. Dwight Elam will be in Burgin Gardens. will be Seth Pierce Christopher Duncan Patrick McMahon Roger Pierce Michael Merriman and David Collins. Visitation will beMayform : to : p.m. at the in Georgetown. (HH Thu May) JOSEPH HURT Joseph Hurt,of Grundy Road Somerset May at the Golden Years Nursing Home in Monticello. Born May in Ashland Martha Riggens and Joe Hurt. a corn salesman and a veteran of the US Air Force. a member of American Legion Post # and graduated from UK inwith a bachelor's degree in Agricultural Science. He attended Barnesburg Baptist Church and was a member of the United Methodist Church. his step mother Ellen Cunningham Hurt his wife Mildred Toby Hurt Somerset one step son John (Eva) Toby Somerset one daughter Martha Tobin Danville one step daughter Doris (Rex) Eggers Somerset two brothers James Hurt Champaign IL and David Hurt Frankfort one sister Martha Ann Fraley Washington DC two six step and nine step great Mayat the Memory Chapel of Lake Cumberland with Dr. John Mark Toby and Bro. Harold Harris was in Mill Springs National . are suggested to Hospice of Lake Cumberland. (HH Thu May) PAUL JENKINS Paul Mac Jenkins,of Arden Avenue May at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born May in William Murphy and Sallie Jenkins. He had attended the Church of Christ. four sisters Carolyn Stephens Ruby Coslow Nellie Ward and Marie Jenkins all of by one sister Lizzie Rae Beasley four brothers Estle William Fred and Harvey Jenkins. Mayat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Donnie Releford was in Spring Hill . were Chris Clark Gary Coslow John Derringer Jason Smith Kenny Stephens Randy Stephens and Shannon Stephens. (HH Thu May) GLADYS PEACH Gladys Peach,of Baxter Ridge Road May at her residence. Born December in Nelson County the daughter of Dave and Mary Cole Milburn. a and a member of Mt. Freedom Baptist Church. one son George Melvin Peach four daughters Betty Young Bessie Taylor and Mary Aileen Russell all of Mercer County Neoma Powell Lexington three sisters Mable Baine Bardstown Pauleen Humes Nelson County Mary Lee Coulter Anderson County and step by a brother Wendell Milburn two sisters Marthaleen Milburn and Katherin Tingle and one son James Peach. at : a.m.Mayat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Jerry Dedman and Rev. John McDaniels will be in the Willisburg . will be Tommy Peach Michael Peach Lawrence Ray Peach Troy Young Casey Lawson and Auston Norton. are suggested to Hospice of the Bluegrass Gideons Bible Fund or the Parkinson's Foundation. Visitation will be at the chapel from : to : p.m. and after : a.m. (HH Thu May) ADA THOMPSON Ada Mae Merryman Thompson,of May at the Health Care Center. A native of Anderson County the daughter of Birdie Lee and Effie Mae Nichols Merryman. the widow of Norman Edward Thompson. a retired employee of Cricketeer Manufacturing Company and a member of the Claylick United Methodist Church. two daughters Lillian Gertrude (Donald) Riley and Joyce Cloyd both of one son William Edward (Sherry) Thompson Burgin one sister Virginia Cox great and one great great grandson. by two daughters Louise Robinson and Dorothy Agnes Hall. Mayat Gash Chapel in with Bro. Joe Smith and Bro. Joe White was in Hebron . were Norman Lynn Hall Mike Thompson Jeffrey Cloyd Shawn Davis Ronnie Davis Ray White Joe White and Shane Cocanougher. Honorary bearers were Debbie Jackson Rhonda Hall Darlene Riley Amanda Cocanougher Missy Yeast Crystal White and Lori Hawkins. (HH Thu May) ERIC UNDERWOOD Eric Lee Underwood,of Sunrise Shores formerly of Danville May at Central Baptist Born May in Danville a son of Jim and Wilma Wayne Underwood of Danville. a conductor for Norfolk Southern Railway in Louisville and a member of Calvary Baptist Church. Survivors in addition to his parents include: his wife Michele Ford Underwood one daughter McKenzie Lee Underwood one brother Tim Underwood Parksville and grandfather Ralph Wayne of Wilmore. Mayat Calvary Baptist Church with Rev. Doug Wesley Rev. Odis Clark and Rev. Keith Willoughby. was in Parksville . were Michael Sleet Danny Norton Phil Feistritzer Kenny Ford Greg Casey Bryan Abbott and Tracy Edwards. Honorary bearers were McKenzie Underwood Zachary Underwood and Benjamin Underwood. are suggested to McKenzie Lee Underwood scholarship fund c/o Richard Born Farmers National Bank. (HH Thu May) ELDON WILLIAMS Eldon Ray Williams,of Ashley Camp Road Burgin May at his residence. Born September in Marshall County Finous Elroy and Rosie Ellen Williams. a retired Leman and Meade Construction Company foreman and plant superintendent. a member of the Burgin Baptist Church. his wife Angelline Nimmo Williams Burgin two sons Robert "Bob" Ray (Jane) Williams Burgin and David E. (Judy) Williams Cynthiana three sisters Eva Rivard Eureka FL Euphema Dexter McMannville TN and Rosa Lee Kelso Murray seven and seven great by a daughter Joyce Ann Williams a son Billy Kay Williams one brother Elvy Williams and two sisters Ella Mae Whithead and Edith Downey. Mayat the Alexander and Royalty Home with Rev. Albert Gisler was in Burgin Gardens. were Steve Rusty DeWayne and David Lee Williams and Cindy Williamson and Angela Rae Turner. are suggested to Heritage Hospice PO BoxDanville KY (HH Thu May) MARGARET ALEXANDER Margaret Duncan "Peggy" Alexander,of Chestnut Street May at Haggin Born March in Lexington the daughter of James Smith and Sarah Catherine Sampson Alexander. a teller for Production Credit and Mercer County National Bank since the early s. a member of the Baptist Church where the general secretary of the School for many years. a sister-in-law Gladys Davenport Alexander three nephews John Alexander Lexington Andrew Alexander and Dr. James Alexander by a brother James Menefee Alexander and a sister Harriott Edgar Alexander. Mayat the Ransdell Chapel with Dr. Robert DeFoor and John Alexander was in Spring Hill . were Chester Scott Bill Randolph Glen Demaree Bill C. Durham Bill Givins Durham Stuart Alexander Jr. Edwin Freeman Thomas Towns Joe Wilson and Richard Dart. are suggested to the Baptist Church or the Ragged Edge Theater. (HH Thu May) AUSTIN CLODFELDER Austin Brian Clodfelder,of Cedar Street Lawrenceville IL May at the Lawrence County in Lawrenceville IL. Born November in Wheeler IL Bert O. and Bertha Price Clodfelder. a retired Methodist minister having preached for years. a member of the United Methodist Church in Lawrenceville and a graduate of Asbury College. one brother Raymond Clodfelder Grand Rapids MI one sister-in-law Bertha Whitehouse at Spring Hill ,Mayat : a.m. with Rev. James Owens are suggested to United Methodist Village Lawrenceville IL. Visitation will be after : a.m. at the Ransdell Chapel. (HH Thu May) MYRTLE COKE Myrtle Louise Coke,of Bondville Road Salvisa May at the St. Joseph in Lexington A native of Anderson County the daughter of Samuel and Ada Thacker Coke. a retired Head Matron at Stewart Home School in Frankfort after years a member of the Goshen Baptist Church a graduate of American High School in Chicago IL and attended the University of Louisville. a sister-in-law Goldie Coke and a brother-in-law James E. Phillips Salvisa. by four sisters Margaret Phillips Sarah Wilson Ruth Willard and Frances Brown and two brothers Charles Coke and Ralph Coke. Mayat Gash Chapel with Bro. James Harley and Bro. Charles Chambers was in Hebron . were Gerald Brown Bob Brown Wayne Phillips Lou Colpitts Chris Spivey and Lonnie Wayne Johnson. Honorary bearers were Melvin Barrow Lewis Stratton Paul Young Ambrose Stratton Ricky Phillips and Earl Riley Sr. (HH Thu May) LUCILLE JENKINS Lucille Jenkins,of Horse Ridge Road Stanford May at Carrigan Drive Danville. Born January in Mercer County the daughter of Charlie P. and Dovie Hardin Jenkins. She had worked as a private caregiver and was a member of the Baptist Church. three sisters Hattie Reed and Edith Nowlin both of Danville and Margaret Lester four brothers James E. Jenkins Lexington Buford and Elmer Jenkins both of Stanford and Earl Jenkins Woodford County. at : p.m.Mayat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Joe Smith will be in the Burgin Gardens. Visitation will be at the chapel from : to : p.m. (HH Thu May) AULDIN KIRBY Auldin Kirby,of Health Care Center May at the James B. Haggin Born October in Central City Emil and Nora Russell Kirby. a coal miner. one brother Emil Kirby Jr. Louisville two sisters June and Mondal Kirby both of Louisville. at : a.m.Mayat the Camp Nelson in Nicholasville with Bro. James Harley Visitation will be from : to : a.m.Mayat the Alexander and Royalty . (HH Thu May) HARLAN LITTLE Harlan Little,of North Lane May at Health Care Center. Born February in Jackson Nim and Lillie McIntoch Little. a retired farmer and a member of the Pioneer Baptist Church. one daughter Betty Scharbourgh and two brothers Henry Little and Luther Little. Mayat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Lewis Walter was in Spring Hill . are suggested to Mercer County Comprehensive Care or Mercer County Senior Citizens. (HH Thu May) RONNIE McGUIRE Ronnie Lee McGuire,Hill Rise Court Lexington May at the VA Medical Center in Lexington. Born April in Mercer County William and Flora Mae Tyler McGuire. a former Rand McNally employee and a US Army veteran. his daughter Jennifer Lea Gordon Lexington one niece Karen McGuire two aunts Dorothy Stuhler Louisville Mary Rigney Lexington one uncle Charles McGuire Shelbyville. by his grandmother Mrs. Ora B. McGuire who raised him and an uncle Marvin McGuire. Mayat the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro. Donnie Releford was in Spring Hill . were R. J. Holt Roy Holt Jerry Holt Shane Gordon Lionel Gordon and Bobby O'Neill. (HH Thu May) MARY MAYES Mary P. Mayes,of Runyon Road May at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical center in Danville. Born January in Mercer County the daughter of Robert H. and Cammie Patterson Phillips. a retired teacher for the School District and was a member of the Baptist Church. a Georgetown College graduate a member of Sigma Kappa Sorority and was a member of the Mercer Retired Teachers Association Kentucky Retired Teachers Association and the Woman’s Club. one daughter Donna Marie Mayes at : a.m.Mayat Spring Hill with Rick Snyder are suggested to Georgetown College or the Mercer County Humane Society. There will be no visitation. Ransdell Chapel is (HH Thu May) WENONAH SMITH Wenonah Smith,of Rosemont Berkley MI May at Health Care Center. Born March in Detroit MI the daughter of Verner and Bessie Kirkland Carlson. a co-owner of Limepole Book Store in Detroit. a member of St. David Episcopal Church a member of the Detroit Yacht Club and was a registered nurse. a daughter-in-law Pam Tovey two Benjamine William Smith and Tiffany Lee Smith. by a son Glen E. Smith. Mayat the Sawyer-Fuller Berkley MI. was in the Roseland Park in Berkley. are suggested to Mariner's Church or St. David Episcopal Church in Berkley MI. Ransdell Chapel local (HH Thu May) EVERETT WORLEY Everett (Bunk) Moore Worley,of Danville Road Perryville May at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born August in Samuel and Minnie Houp Worley. the widower of Martha Worley. a retired founder and operator for Perryville Furniture Mart where he worked for years. He served in the Coast Guard during World War II. one son Sammy Worley Lexington three daughters Barbara Brummett and Mary Dell Morgan both of Perryville Martha Moore Gray one sister Gladys Coyle Perryville eight and one great grandchild. Mayat : p.m. at the Perryville Baptist Church with Jeff Pratt and Chris Brummett will be in Shawnee Run . will be grandsons. Honorary bearers will be members of his School Class. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to the Perryville Baptist Church Building Fund or the E. M. Worley Fund. Visitation will be from : to : p.m. at the Wilder in Perryville and after Noon at the church on (HH Thu May) J. C. CANNON J. C. Cannon,of W. Office Street May at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born January in John William and Myrtie Jane Leonard Cannon. a retired farmer and an employee of Art Roberts Tobacco Warehouse for years. a member of the Church of Christ. his wife Lola Mae Votaw Cannon a foster daughter Janet Baker Lincoln County one sister Christine Cannon one foster granddaughter. by a daughter Connie Ann Cannon one brother Shannon Cannon and a sister Kathyleen Cannon. May at the Ransdell Chapel with James Hahn and Jonathan Ellis was in Spring Hill . were Gary Bradshaw Richard Watts Bob McFatridge Ron Short Ronnie Bradford and Bob Bishop. Honorary bearers were Robert Wise James Norton Harold Sutherland Glendon Demaree Buddy Shirley Haldon Goodlett and Genie Sims. (HH Thu May) ARTMAN HAMLIN Jr. Artman Hamlin Jr.,of Shepherdsville May at Norton Suburban in Louisville. Born December in Boyle County Artman and Pauline Crick Hamlin. a heavy equipment operator for Operating Engineers Local and was a member of Pleasant Grove Baptist Church near Shepherdsville. his wife Evelyn Hamlin Shepherdsville a step mother Mae Hamlin Mercer County two sons Sonny and B. J. Hamlin Mercer County four daughters Angie Pence Gail and Missy Maddox and Catrina Hamlin three step sons Ricky Rocky and Rodney Druin two stepdaughters Randi Cooksey and Rhonda Davenport two brothers Ronnie Hamlin and Bob Richmond both of Mercer County four sisters Alline Dean Louisville Virginia Nichols Mercer County Patricia Marrs Macon GA and Gladys Long London several Mayat the Hardy-Close Shepherdsville with and committal in the Ebenezer Mercer County. (HH Thu May) MILDRED HENDREN Mildred Riley Hendren,of South Buell Perryville May at the Danville Center for Health and Rehabilitation. Born July in Washington County the daughter of John Harrison Riley and Lula Peters Riley. a and a member of the Mackville Methodist Church. one son John Harrison Hendren Clarksville IN two and five great Mayat : p.m. at Wilder Home in Perryville. will be in Spring Hill Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Heritage Hospice W. Broadway Danville KY Visitation from : to : p.m. at the . (HH Thu May) ARNOLD McCRYSTAL Arnold Matthew McCrystal December in Colorado Springs CO. Born February in Mercer County Matthew and Kathleen McCrystal. the widower of Barbara Jean King McCrystal. He operated an auto body shop in for years and also served in the Air Force for years retiring as a senior master sergeant. five sons Steven Ronald Larry Michael and Jeffrey two daughters Karen Ahrens and Sandra Huesing two brothers Bernard and Bill four sisters Doris Rebecca Loretta and Margarite and three great at the Fort Logan National Denver CO. (HH Thu May) CHARLES WATTS Charles Edward "Mouse" Watts,of Siloam Springs AR May at his residence. Born September in John and Mary Curtsinger Watts. a truck driver for Georges and a member of Fellowship Baptist Church in a veteran of the US Navy. his wife Janie Jones Watts Siloam Springs AR three sons John Michael and Christopher Watts all of Danville two step sons Greg Butler Springdale AR James Butler Tulsa OK two step daughters Kathy Sanders Fayetteville AR and Lynn Maestri Tonitown AR two brothers John Willie and Thomas Watts both of two sisters Edna Merriman Barbara Robinson seven two great and one step grandchild. Mayat the Sisco Chapel Springdale AR with Larry Spencer was in the Wilson . were Bud Kirk Doug Acuff Gary George Robert Smith Sid Rieff and Hershel Hardin. Honorary bearers were Otto Jech and Gene George. (HH Thu May) MILDRED BYARS Mildred Brummett Byars,formerly of Handy Pike May at the Mayfair Manor Nursing Home in Lexington. Born December in Mercer County the daughter of George W. and Samantha Sharp Brummett. the widow of John B. Byars. She graduated from Burgin High School and the University of Kentucky and was a longtime member of the Shawnee Run Baptist Church. She had been active in Pioneer Burgin s a -H leader Future s Association member Farm Bureau member Southern States Women's Chairman and a home economics teacher at McCreary Washington and Mercer County Schools. also a member of the Edgewood Baptist Church. one son John H. (Joy) Byars Nicholasville one daughter Sue (Henry) Schumpf Lebanon TN one sister-in-law Edna Byars of LaGrange GA three and six great by a sister Bessie Brown. Mayat the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro. Lester Tirey and Dr. Gayle Toole was in Spring Hill . were Chris Byars Leslie Brown Harvey Duncan Charlie Robinson Harold Hulett and Frank Brown. are suggested to Gideons International PO BoxKY . (HH Thu May) JOSEPH COLVIN Joseph Colvin,of Medway OH May at the Mercy Medical Center in Springfield OH. Born October in Willisburg Calvin and Myrtie McMillin Colvin. a graduate of Willisburg High School had worked at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio and retired in as an air conditioning and refrigeration foreman in the Civil Engineering Unit after working more than years. his wife Vivian Colvin Medway OH three sons Joseph (Diane) Colvin Dayton OH Dudley (Georgiana) Colvin Akron OH and Ken Colvin Brunswick OH one sister-in-law Margie Colvin Graham five and three great by two sisters Blondella Hayes and Edna Bernhardt one brother Paul Chesher. Mayat the Carey and Son in Springfield with Rev. Charles Scott Colvin was in Evergreen Willisburg. were Theron Colvin Adam Colvin Jana Heeg Tony Gray Tim Heeg and Bruce Graham. (HH Thu May) CARL HENDREN Carl Wesley Hendren,Castleton Way Lexington May at the Samaritan in Lexington. Born December in Mercer County Wesley T. and Venetta B. Robinson Hendren. a retired VA Medical Center Registered Nurse and a member of Immanual Baptist Church. He received his BS in Nursing from the University of Kentucky and his Masters from Kentucky State University. three sisters Betty J. Hendren with whom he lived Lexington Mary J. Weddle Harrison OH and Annetta (Marvin) Carey Perryville one brother Willis T. Hendren Lexington. Mayat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. Donnie Releford was in Spring Hill . were Willis Lee Hendren Richard T. Hendren Jeffrey Weddle Jerome Weddle Marvin Rowland and Thomas M. Hendren. Honorary bearers were Lewis Turner Randall Lewis Goldie Lewis Goodloe Lewis Marvin Lewis James Lewis and Wesley Robinson. (HH Thu May) WILLIAM SANDERS William Thomas Sanders,Sutherland Drive Lexington May at Central Baptist in Lexington. Born June in Mercer County T. C. Sanders Boyle County and Foley Pope Sanders Lingerfelt. a pipe fitter for the Local Pipe Fitters and Plumbers # a member of Clays Mill Road Baptist Church Franklin Lodge # a fisherman and a Nascar fan. Survivors in addition to his father include: his wife Debbie Oney Sanders Lexington his step mother Geneva Sanders Boyle County one son Shannon (Tami) Sanders Nicholasville one daughter Kristy (Royce) Blevins Homewood IL one step daughter Robyn (Chris) Hould Nashville TN one brother Donald (Barbara) Sanders three will be at : p.m.Mayat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. A. G. Tyra will be in Burgin Gardens. will be Royce Blevins Christopher Hould John Stith Todd Oney Roy Lee Sanders and Tom Castle. Honorary bearers will be Justin Sanders Roger Whited and Tommy Murphy. Masonic Rites will be at : p.m. and visitation will be from : to : p.m. and after : a.m. at the . (HH Thu May) LATTIE WILHAM Lattie B. Murphy Wilham,of Beaumont Avenue widow of Maurice Wilham May at the Health Care Center. a a member of the Baptist Church and the mother of Bobby Wilham and Mrs. Eddie (Violet) Drury both of are incomplete at the Alexander and Royalty . (HH Thu May) MELWOOD ADKINSON Lloyd Mel-wood Adkinson,formerly of Mercer County May at the Biloxi Regional in Biloxi MS. Born May in Mercer County Orville and Mamie Catlett Adkinson. He attended High School. A veteran of the United States Air Force stationed in the Philippines during the Korean Conflict. a planner-estimator for the Keystore at Keesler AFB in Biloxi and was a retired construction superintendent in the Gulf coast area. his wife Mary Louise Gollotte Adkinson Biloxi MS one son Lloyd M. Adkinson Jr. Jackson MS one daughter Mrs. Carl (Catherine Mary) Miller Biloxi MS five by a sister Mrs. Rosalyn Best Waltemyer and one brother Lee O. Adkinson. Private at a later date directed by the Howard Avenue Chapel of Bradford-O'Keefe s in Biloxi MS. The family prefers to the Biloxi Public Library Lameuse St. Biloxi MS ELWOOD BURGIN Truman Elwood Burgin,of Noel Avenue June at his residence. Born October in Tyler Preston and Truman Frances Case Burgin. a former owner/operator of Mercer Stone Company and was a member of Baptist Church and a member of the Glad Hand School class. He served on the Board of Directors of First Financial Bank and was a former member of the Optimist Club. his wife Elizabeth Dennis Burgin one son Joseph Burgin one brother Preston Burgin two sisters Maurice "Marie" Ritter Louisville and Garnett Gibson two and one great grandchild. Juneat the Ransdell Chapel with Dr. Robert DeFoor and Edwin Freeman was in Spring Hill . were Armond Bottom Kenneth Burns Harold Case L. G. Meeks Calvin Wiley and Jack Hood. Honorary bearers were members of the Glad Hand School class. are suggested to the Baptist Church or the Baptist Foundation. ROBERT RANSDELL Robert Haldon Ransdell,of Randleman NC June at Moses Cone a native of Salvisa and a member of Vandalia Presbyterian Church. retired from Lorillard and a member of the Guilford Wildlife Club. a Colonel in the U. S. Air Force and a Major in the Air Force Reserves. a graduate of Centre College. his wife Tillie Ransdell Randleman NC one daughter Nancy (Michael) Magnine Amery WI one son Steve (Robin) Ransdell Randelman NC one sister Virginia Ransdell Lexington three A service was heldJuneat Vandalia Presbyterian Church. In lieu of flowers may be made to the American Lung Association North Central Area -D W. Wendover Avenue Greensboro NC or to the National Wildlife Club. CLEVELAND RILEY Cleveland Riley,of Laurel Creek Nursing Home in Manchester formerly of Bedford June at his residence. Born January in Owsley County William Riley and Lizzie Beard Riley. a farmer. his wife Diana Baker Riley Manchester three sons Bryan Ben and June Riley all of Bedford four daughters Mollie Smith Bedford Wilma Morgan Whitesburg Freda Adams Altro and Barbara Carr one sister Mollie McKinney Winchester and great Juneat the Ransdell in Bedford. was in the Bedford I.O.O.F. . were grandsons. FAYE SCHIEFELBEIN Faye Evelyn Gregory Schiefelbein,of Martinsville IN June at the Morgan and Medical Center in Martinsville. Born October in Mercer County the daughter of Davis B. and Gertrude Catherine Gabhart Hungate. the widow of Melvin E. “Buck” Gregory and Caleb F. Schiefelbein. a and a member of Waverly Baptist Church. a member of Eastern Star Chapter # in Beech Grove and a lifetime member of the Hungate Historical Society. two daughters Barbara A. Kolbe Franklin IN Cathy I. Neal Martinsville IN two step sons James Gregory Nashville IN William Schiefelbein Martinsville IN one step daughter Betty Lovdell New Palestine IN one brother Claude Hungate Frankfort one sister Helen Leathers Beech Grove IN six and great death by a step daughter Maxine Bryson and a brother William Hungate. at : p.m.,Juneat Neal and Summers Mortuary East Poston Road Martinsville IN. will be in Hilldale in Martinsville.In lieu of flowers are suggested to Ken Mar Gift Fund W. Pike Street Martinsville IN Visitation will be from : to : p.m.Juneand after Noon on . LATTIE WILHAM Lattie B. Murphy Wilham,of Beaumont Avenue May at the Health Care Center. Born November in Marion County the daughter of Charlie and Annie Wright Murphy. the widow of Maurice Wilham. a member of the Baptist Church where a member of the Welcome School Class and was a . her daughter Mrs. Eddie (Violet) Drury one son Bobby Wilham two sisters Sue Jackson and Pearl Meredith both of two and seven great by: one son Earl Wilham a stepson Carlos Wilham three brothers George Eugene and Robert Murphy one sister Mary Devine and one grandson Robert Dayle Wilham. Juneat the Alexander and Royalty Home with Dr. Robert DeFoor and Rev. Jim Owens was in Spring Hill . were Brent Drury Johnny Lee Meredith Eason Butler Donnie Jackson Tommy Jackson Tommy Ashford Robert Phillips and Justin Wilham. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to the Baptist Church South Main Street KY SARAH CATLETT Sarah Kathryn Nichols Catlett,of Hycliff June at the University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center in Lexington. Born July in the daughter of Gilbert and Blanche Prather Nichols. She worked as a community developer for Bluegrass Community Action Agency. She was a graduate of Rose Hill High School had attended Kentucky State University and Eastern Kentucky University. a member of the Mercer County s for years and past president of the Board of Missions at Cumberland Presbyterian Church. a former United Way board member a member of Habitat for Humanity and the Gideon Auxiliary. a charter member of Cumberland Presbyterian Church where a School teacher for a number of years a former pianist and song leader. her husband Milton Catlett Jr. two sons Robert "Bobby" (Rosa) Catlett Jerry Dale (Cathy) Catlett Lexington one daughter Penny Catlett Whiteside one sister Thelma Long Mercer County six five step and two great Juneat the Cumberland Presbyterian Church with George Woodliff and Robert Johnson was in Spring Hill . were Mark Trayner Don Guay Herbert Cox Hugh Philips Carroll Gritton William Carey Darryl Catlett and Sherman McMichael. are suggested to: Cumberland Presbyterian Church Gideon Bible Fund Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Kentucky Chapter W. Main St. Louisville KY . Ransdell Chapel was VIRGINIA FLANNERY Virginia Flannery,of Burgin June at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. Born February in Scott County the daughter of Ora and Lula Johnson Smith. the widow of Hargis Flannery. a retired nurse’s aid for Kentucky State and a member of Shawnee Run Baptist Church where in the Dorcas School Class. one brother Billy Smith TN two sisters Aileen Martin FL and Evelyn Eades Memphis TN one grandson Donald Lewis Sexton Burgin and two great grandsons. by a daughter Mrs. Myrtle Eades. Juneat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. Lester Tirey was in Burgin Gardens. were Lewis Sexton Brian Sexton Tim Lewis Justin Kendrick Ray Coffman and Dawn Burger. WILLIAM HUBER William Maxwell Huber,of Indiana-polis IN June in Community South Indianapolis. Born September in Cloverdale IN William and Inez Smith Huber. a retired cost accountant for General Motors after years and was a member of Southport Baptist Church. an Army veteran. his wife Johnettia Marie Eckert Huber Indianapolis IN one daughter Carolyn M. Harper one step daughter Sherri L. Cochran Camby IN two step sons Jerry L. Grubbs and Robert A. Grubbs both of Indianapolis one brother Robert Huber Fillmore IN one sister Donna Jean Ross Greencastle IN five and two great June at the Carlisle and Son Chapel in Mooresville IN with Rev. Fred Oaks was in the I.O.O.F. in Waverly IN. ALBERTINE MOORE Albertine Moore,of Bonds Mill-Foxcreek Road June at Heritage Hall Nursing Home in . Born August in Mercer County the daughter of Henry and Alice Bunton McMurry. the widow of Ancil E. Moore. a and a member of Ebenezer Church of Christ. one daughter Mrs. Barbara Greathouse College Station TX one sister Martha Jane DeCamp New York three preceded in death by a son Robert Henry Moore and two brothers Gordon McMurry and James McMurry. Juneat the Alexander and Royalty with Terry Morrison was in the Ebenezer Church of Christ . were Terry Greathouse Mike Webster G. W. Jenkins Harold DeCamp Arvin Webster and Joseph Sea. PAUL SHANLEY Paul R. Shanley,of Lancaster Street in Stanford June at his residence. Born February in Cincinnati OH Thomas and Mary Ennis Shanley. a government worker for the Hamilton County courthouse in Cincinnati OH and a member of Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Danville. a member of the American Legion Post # John Logan a veteran of World War II and a Kentucky Colonel. his wife Dorothy Coleman Shanley Stanford one daughter Barbara Gordon Shewmaker two and three great at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Danville Junewith Rev. Paul Prabell was in Buffalo Springs . were John Hester Tom Powers Buck Cooper Earl Lee Taylor Alan Burnside and John Smith. are suggested to Heritage Hospice or Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Danville. Spurlin in Stanford was ADA BISHOP Ada Jewell Best Bishop,of Woodfern Way Fern Creek formerly of Mercer County June at her home. Born January in Mercer County the daughter of James Burnett and Vicia Bottoms Best. retired from the old Highview Christian Academy School where she served as manager of the lunchroom. a graduate of Rose Hill High School and a member of the Buechel Church of Christ. her husband R. D. Bishop two sons Gary and Larry Bishop twin daughters Glenda Giles and Brenda Ludwick one sister Eunice Best Cocanougher two brothers Walter Best Billy Best Mercer County two step and three great by a granddaughter Kimberly Bishop two brothers Elmer and Edward Best. Juneat the Fern Creek Fern Creek with J. H. Burns and Terry Morrison was in the Mt. Washington . were grandsons. are suggested to Crusade for Children or to Hospice Society. FAYRENE BOHON Fayrene F. Bohon,of Bradenton and Clearwater FL June at Westchester Gardens in Clearwater FL. Born in September she moved from to Florida in . a and a Protestant. three nieces Vickie Bernard Bradenton FL Catherine Combs DeFuniak Spring FL and Donna Craig Lexington one nephew James Lankford Melbourne FL. ROXIE DRISKELL Roxie Louise Driskell,of Inyokern CA June in California. Born November in Mercer County the daughter of Edna Mae Searcy Driskell of Anderson County and Jasper Clark ”Sparky” Driskell. a graduate of Western High School in Anderson County a secretary and a member of the Mt. Hebron Methodist Church in Mercer County. Survivors in addition to her mother include: two daughters Lisa Colleen Burns Inyokern CA Terri Louise Fowler Van Nuys CA three brothers Rodger Driskell Harry Driskell and Stephen Driskell all of Anderson County five sisters Mrs. Kenny (Nancy) Cox Mrs. Raymond (Vena) Bowen Mercer County Mrs. David (Billie) Stierle Shelbyville Mrs. John (Patsy) Brown and Mrs. John (Rose Mary) Sewell Frankfort three by a brother Daren Driskell and a sister Della Driskell. Contributions are suggested to the American Cancer Society c/o Shirley Hoskins Saffell Street KY A service at a later date. Ritchie-Peach-Todd ELMER HAYSLETT Elmer Clyde Hayslett,of Burgin June at his residence. Mary Hayslett Elkins and Joseph Houston Hayslett. a farmer a retired Kentucky Utilities maintenance foreman and a member of the Burgin United Methodist Church. a former Burgin Fire Chief a veteran of World War II past Master of T. N. Wise Masonic Lodge and a Kentucky Colonel. his wife Patsy Wilham Hayslett Burgin one son Elmer Clyde “Buster” Hayslett II Oxnard CA three daughters Patsy Diane Hayslett Camden Danville Mary Helen “Priss” Hayslett Austin Burgin and Leigh Ison Hayslett McRay Mercer County one half sister Josephine Hayslett Parlow Memphis TN six two great and two step by his foster parents William and Annelle Ison one sister Della Coleman five brothers Robert Fred Gilbert Joseph and William Hayslett. at : p.m.,Juneat the Ransdell Chapel with Bro. Douglas Lester and Bro. Scott George will be in the Burgin Gardens with military rites. will be Sherman Camden II Luke Austin Brian Bartley Adam McRay Jerry Thacker and Roy Cochran. Honorary bearers will be nephews. are suggested to the Burgin United Methodist Church or Heritage Hospice. (HH Thu Jun ELEANOR JAMES Eleanor V. James,of Springhill FL January. Born in Kentucky she resided in Florida for the last years. a and a long time member of Brooksville Christian Church. three sons Albert L. James New Port Richey FL Ken (Sandy) James Rochester WA John (Frances) James Valrico FL three sisters Louise Wilson Somerset Edith Barnes Shelbyville IN Betty (Arnold) McClendon Faubush great and one great great grandchild. at : a.m.Juneat Spring Hill . In lieu of flowers donations are suggested to Life Path Hospice or Church of choice. Ransdell Chapel is local CECIL LEE Cecil Elwood Lee,of Scooter Avenue June at Central Baptist in Lexington. Born September in Kentucky James and Mary Gill Lee. a retired assembly worker for General Motors of Euclid OH and was a member of Church of God/Cleveland OH. an army veteran having served from to one daughter Brenda Lee Juneat the Ransdell Chapel with Rev. Lewis Walter was in Spring Hill . were Jerry Huffman Dale Harstine Tim Slaughter Jason Mayne Johnny Mayne and Robert Anglin. CHRISTOPHER WRIGHT Christopher Allen Wright,of Danville Road June at Stanford House in Stanford. Born December in Danville Robert F. Wright and the late Arah E. Langford Wright. He had been disabled since a member of Immanuel Baptist Church. Survivors in addition to his father include: three brothers Bobby Wright Escondido CA Harvey (Tracey) Wright Lexington and Joe (Sheri) Wright at : a.m.Juneat the Ransdell Chapel. will be in Spring Hill . Ransdell Chapel is Visitation will be at the chapel from : to : p.m. and prior to service on KENNETH COFFMAN Kenneth “Sonny” Coffman,of Goshen Road Stanford June at Central Baptist in Lexington. Born Aug. in Danville McKee and Tabitha Christerson Coffman. He worked as a supervisor for GTE and was a graduate of Danville High School. a member of Gethsemane Baptist Church and an army veteran. three brothers Bob (Phyllis) Coffman William Donald (Bessie) Coffman St. Petersburg FL and Ralph Coffman Sr. Lexington. Juneat the Burgin Gardens with Rev. Mark Peyton was in Burgin Gardens. were Chuck Devine Ralph Coffman Jr. Nick Coffman Donnie Coffman Scott Coffman and Bobby Christerson. are suggested to the charity of one’s choice. Ransdell Chapel was MILITARY RITES Military Rites for Clyde Hayslett at Burgin Gardens on June by members of the American Legion PostDAV Chapter and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post Attending were Tom Denny James Carey Preston Burgin Curtis Sherrow Lucian Landers Joe Harlow and Marion Mershon. William Gravely served as bugler. HARNEY HOWARD Jr. Harney Howard Jr.,of Burgin Road June at the James B. Haggin Born Dec. in Woodford County H. G. and Grace Weber Howard. a farmer a real estate agent for Ronald Hurst Co. and a member of Hillsboro Baptist Church in Woodford County. a World War II veteran of the U. S. Army and an avid fisherman. three sons Perry Wayne Howard Jimmy Gill Howard and Steven Lynn Howard all of Mercer County one daughter Joy Sue Howard eight sisters Dorothy Cox Viola Beasley and Etta Harley all of Betty Scrogham Graffenburg Gussie Burns Waynesburg Gertrude Smith Danville Patsy Turner Versailles and Doris Karnezis Indianapolis five and one great grandchild. by a grandchild Brandy Howard and one sister Starlene Wiecek. Juneat the Alexander and Royalty with Bro. J. H. Burns and Bro. Jerel Coffey was in the Burgin Gardens. were Roger Cox Delbert Cox Jr. Bobby Cox Richard Bottoms Tony Perkins Kenny McCoun Bobby Carpenter and Willard Huffman. Honorary bearers were Joe Kelty Sonny Carroll Truman Curtsinger Edwin King John Preston Danny Noel and Brennan Royalty. MARGARET SHEWMAKER Margaret Bisset Shewmaker,of Allin Drive June at her home. Born April in the daughter of Robert E. and Pearl Strader Bisset. a and the widow of John B. Shewmaker. a member of United Presbyterian Church. four sons David L. Shewmaker John B. Shewmaker Bethesda MD James (Jay) Shewmaker Stephen M. Shewmaker Athens GA one daughter Pat Duffy and two sisters Martha Clay Danville and Eugenia Carpenter London and four great preceeded in death by a brother David Bisset and a sister Katherine Comer Hyams. June at p.m. at the United Presbyterian Church with the Rev. John Contini Visitation at the church after p.m. suggested to Mercer County Public Library or United Presbyterian Church Capital Fund. Ransdell Chapel is LEROY MILLS Leroy Mills,of June from injuries sustained in an auto accident on Hopewell Road. are incomplete at Alexander and Royalty .