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ADA BAKER Ada Florence Baker,of Dayton, OH, ly of Mackville, , June at the Southview Centerville, OH Born June Washington s daughter Willie and Myrtle Moore Baker son, Ronnie Sexton, ; six , Bonnie Barnhardt, Warner Robbins, GA, Peggy Rodriquez, Atlanta, GA, Tammy Folker, Borger, TX, Vickie Beuke, Fritch, TX, Brenda Baker, FL and Polly Baker of Nicholasville; three brothers, Cecil Baker, Buddy Baker, Corinth, and James Baker, Mackville; five s, Irene Casey, and Juanita Baker, both of Mableton, GA, Ruby Havens and Mildred Baker, both of Dayton, OH, and Ann Baker, St Louis, MO were held Saturday, June at the Battle Baptist Church with Rev Mark Williams the Battle Cemetery were Norvie Baker, David Baker, Granville Moore, Gary Stumph, Terry Yates and Danny Baker Carey and Son Home was charge of Thu Jun DENNY SHEWMAKER Denny Shewmaker, of Mackville, Sunday, June at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Danville A native of Washington he was born January to Leon and the Hallie Bottom Shewmaker a Mackville Baptist Church where he served as a deacon and a Magnolia Masonic Lodge # F&AM at Mackville a graduate of Mackville High School and a longtime partner the C&D General Store Mackville also a farmer his , Mayola Kidwell Shewmaker, son, Jeff (Lisa Shewmaker, Mackville; daughter, Denise (Bob Mel Spalding, Paris, his father, Leon Shewmaker, Mackville, brother, Gerald Shewmaker, Mackville; four were held , June at the Mackville Baptist Church with Rev David Gifford and Rev Mark Atherton the Peter Cemetery were Carlton Shewmaker, Billy Yankey, Mark Shewmaker, Carl Duncan Bottom, Gerald Peavler and Jim Powell Honorary bearers were J T Carey, Mitchell Burns, Verlin Burns, Glen Best, Bobby Lee Russell, Gary Carney, Jerry Goodlett, Sam Stumph, Richard Coulter, Donnie Noel, Jim Smith, Lillard Smith, Jr, Clifton Russell, Barry Peavler, Eugene Mayes and Charles Turner Carey and Son Home, Springfield was charge of Thu Jun JEFFREY LOGUE Jeffrey Lee Logue, of Robin Street, , June Born October of Mayron Logue and Tina Strevels Logue, both of an American Greetings shipping clerk, a Deep Creek Baptist Church and the Magnolia Masonic Lodge # Mackville , addition to his parents, include: his , Teresa Privett Logue, ; a step mother, Lucy Logue, a son, Jeffrey D Logue, Lebanon; two , Kelli and Jessica Logue, both of Lebanon; Sandy Lanham, Gravel Switch; a Hallie Logue, ; grandchild were held Saturday, June at the Deep Creek Baptist Church with Rev Bobby Logue Deep Creek Cemetery were Ryan Childers, James and Bryan Strevels, Billy Price, Travis Bugg and Keith Johnson, Honorary bearers were Roger and Joey Warner, David Pinkston and Cleo Taylor Ransdell Chapel was charge of Thu Jun ROBERT SPAULDING Sr Robert Lee "Bob" Spaulding Sr, of Keene-Troy Road, Versailles, Saturday, June at the Hospice Care Center Lexington A native of Jessamine Clayton and Minnie Waller Spaulding a builder and farmer and a Claylick United Methodist Church three sons, Robert Lee (Bobbie Ann Spaulding Jr, Lexington, Bill (Betty Spaulding and Doug (Melinda Spaulding, Versailles; six , Evelyn Briddell, Mrs Don (Jean Mitchell, and Margie Spaulding, all of Lexington, Mrs Roy (Gracie Parrott, Versailles, Mrs Billy (Sue Bradshaw, Nicholasville, and Mrs Alven (Rose Peel, Wilmore; four half brothers, William G (Marie Spaulding, Lonnie (Donnie Spaulding, both of Lawrenceburg, Allen (Geraldine Spaulding, Salvisa, Jessie (Alliene Spaulding, ; two half s, Betty Stinnett, Lawrenceburg, and Penny Drury, Salvisa; and great by his , Margaret Roark Spaulding; a daughter, Nancy Spaulding, a grandson, Michael Bradshaw, two great , Courtney and Tyler Hill; a brother, Johnny Spaulding; a Nellie Sherrow, and his step mother, Ruth Spaulding were held Tuesday, June at the Gash Chapel, Lawrenceburg, with Bro J H Burns and Bro Don Flanigan Burial was Hebron Cemetery were Jeff Parrott, Danny Spaulding, Tony Hill, Ben Dock, Pete Lippert, and John Carroll Spaulding Honorary bearers were Jess Webster, Tom Herod, Larry Snyder, Juanita Stapp, and Faye Stapleton contributions are to the Christian Health Center, Trent Blvd, Lexington, KY or Hospice Bluegrass, Alexandria Drive, Lexington, KY Thu Jun JAMES MATTINGLY A service for James Mattingly Sunday, June at pm at the Pioneer Baptist Church Thu Jun KATHERINE HYAMS A service for Katherine Bisset Comer Hyams Tuesday, June at am at the United Presbyterian Church with burial the Bisset plot Spring Hill Cemetery include three s, Martha Bisset Clay, Danville, Margaret Bisset Shewmaker, and Genie Bisset Carpenter, London Thu Jun ANNA LESTER Anna Mae Carter Lester, of Mooreland Ave Friday, June at the James B Haggin Born April Mercer s daughter E G and Maggie Green Carter a employee of Cricketeer and a Bruner's Chapel Baptist Church five , Eulaine Carey, Edith Lester, Ethel Gray and Georgia Cocanougher, all of and Evelyn Coyle, Perryville; , great and six step great by three brothers, Bishop Carter, Simon Carter and John Carter, and granddaughter, Lou Cocanougher were Sunday, June at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Rev Arnold Moon and Rev Larry Redding Spring Hill Cemetery were Thu Jun WILLIAM HOLMAN William "Bill" Holman, of Parksville, Saturday, June at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Danville Born April Ohio, Russell and Maude Lee Reynolds Holman a auto mechanic, had at Mattingly-Rapier Danville, and had coached Babe Ruth baseball an army veteran of World War II and a Mitchellsburg Church of God his , Jean Baker Holman; two , Belinda Holman and Carolyn Holman Quinn, all of Parksville; and son, Terry Holman, Lancaster; two and great grandchild were held Monday, June at the Mitchellsburg Church of God with Rev Larry Moore and Rev Marlin Miller the Parksville Cemetery were Tommy Bottom, Jim Sublett, Steve King, Eric and David Moore, Billy Pike, Lee Pryor and Chris Quinn Wilder Home was charge of Thu Jun CLARENCE CLICK Clarence Click,of Virginia Avenue, Springfield, , June at the VA Medical Center Lexington Born October William L and Martha A Claunch Click a Springfield Baptist Church where he served as a deacon and was a Sunday School teacher a Springfield Masonic Lodge # F&AM and the Guiding Star Chapter #, Order Eastern Star the first director to serve the Springfield Housing Authority and was a partner the Springfield Auto Parts a veteran of World War II and a Colonel his , Hazel Bottom Click, whom he married August Springfield; daughter, Mrs Billy (Jean Waters, Springfield; two s, Bernice Huffman, and Lillie B Tyler of Kokomo, IN; -in-law, Vivian Clark, ; two and two step by a son, Garnice William Click on ember and a brother, W J Click on April were Friday, June at the Carey and Son Home Springfield, with Rev Lonnie Bradley Cemetery Hill, Springfield were Mike Simpson, Ken Brock, Donnie Huffman, Ronnie Click, Billy Tyler and Bill Bottom Masonic were held evening with Billy Riggs delivering the eulogy Thu Jun (Photo SAMUEL COKER Samuel Dallas Coker, of Cornishville Rd, Saturday, June in Mercer Born October of Louella Darland Coker of Cornishville and the Samuel "Bud" Coker a truck driver for Lexington Rock and was a Church of Christ , addition to his mother, include: daughter, Savannah Coker of Mercer by his grandparents, Winnie and Tressie Darland and John and Beulah Coker were held , June at the Ransdell Chapel with Rob Harbison and Paul Readnower the Cornishville Christian Church Cemetery were Kenny Stephens, Bruce Parrott, Chester Gabhart, Buddy Shirley, Jack Freeman and Leon Darland Honorary bearers were Dwayne Hall, Terry, Danny and Hughes Coslow, Ronnie and Eddie Cocanougher, Kevin and Gary Darland, Mark Moore, Michael Bush, Jim Fogt, Scott Peavler, Randy Darland, Johnny Warner, Donnie Tyler, Arlie Gowins, Mel Farmwald, Tom Miller, Donnie Pinkston, Harold Sutherland, Joe and Marvin Gowins, Paul Zabaroni, Connie Gillis, Jeff and Bobby Gray, Dudley Huffman Jr, Logan Lynn, Mike Patterson, Carl Greg Isham, David and Pete Jones, J C Warner, Aaron Gray and Charles Holderman Thu Jun SAMUEL COKER Investigation Continues Into Drowning Death The investigation is ongoing into the apparent drowning of a Mercer man on Saturday, June According to State Police reports and statements Mercer Sheriff’s deputy Chris Kehrt, Samuel Dallas Coker, of Cornishville Road, on Martin Lane, miles northeast of "while the company of two drinking companions" The report further states that all three men had allegedly stopped alongside a creek at approximately pm when Coker walked down into the creek bank After he did not respond to calls his friends sometime r, they began searching for him and located him approximately minutes r facedown a pool of water "It really looks to be accidental," Kehrt said "The cause of appears to be asphyxiation drowning" But Kehrt said there still was some question as to how or why Coker had fallen into the water face first and drowned an inch and a half of water "We don’t have all the answers yet," he said, noting that the autopsy completed by the state medical examiner’s office was completed last Sunday afternoon and indicated no sign of a heart attack or stroke or any blunt trauma to the head that might explain the circumstances of Coker’s "We’re still waiting on toxicology reports and that can take anywhere three to six weeks" State police reports indicated and Kehrt confirmed that alcohol was most likely involved the situation since both of Coker’s companions had been drinking, one of them heavily, Kehrt said He also said that the two men, David Ross and James Robinson, confirmed that Coker had also consumed some beer prior to his but did not specify exactly how much Responding to rumors that the condition of Coker’s body when found did not correspond to the length of time he was reported missing, Kehrt confirmed that there were still some issues to be sorted out "We don’t suspect foul play but there is some time discrepancy involved," he said "The stories we got clashed some areas so we’re still sorting that out" Kehrt said the investigation will continue at least until the final toxicology report on Coker has been completed (- - JEREL GOODLETT Jerel Wayne Goodlett,of Puckett Road, Lawrenceburg, , June at Bluegrass Regional Medical Center Frankfort, injuries received an automobile accident Born Mercer of Joseph William "Joe" and Elizabeth Elliott Goodlett, Lawrenceburg; a year employee of Allied Signal Frankfort, a of Alton Baptist Church and an avid collector of marbles and arrow heads , addition to his parents, include: son, Jeffrey Goodlett, Lawrenceburg; a step daughter, Lacricia Brewer, Danville; a Mrs Tommy (Jolene Greenwell, Frankfort; two grand: two step grandsons were held Friday, June at the Alton Baptist Church with Bro Tyre Denney and Bro John Charles Sunset Gardens Frankfort were Wendell Carpenter, Delbert Hymer, Kevin Satterly, Gary Colley, Norm Thompson, Jerry Marshall, Mike Howard, Wayne Scrogum and John Tindell Honorary bearers were friends and Allied Signal co-workers Contributions are to the Brittany Dawn Goodlett Trust Fund, c/o Mary Patrick, First Federal Savings Bank, South Main St, Lawrenceburg, KY Thu Jun JOHN CARTER Dr John Carter, John Street, Stanford, , June at his residence A native of Lincoln he was born August the son John J Carter and Mary Riatt Carter a minister and past president of Campbellsville College, Carter Hall being named after him, and a of Calvary Hill Baptist Church Stanford a Stanford Rotary Club He had ly pastored several churches, including the Baptist Church He had authored several books and was listed Who's Who South and Southwest, and The Religious Leaders of America He received his bachelor's degree the University of Masters Southern Baptist Seminary and his PhD Southern Baptist Seminary his , Lenora McCurry Mink Carter, Stanford; son, John Mark (Cindy Carter, Campbellsville; three , June (Jim Braden, Danville, CA, Jill McClesky, and Jinny (Tony Palmerino, both of St Petersburg, FL; seven , two step by his first , June Winslow Carter and a Dolla Carter were held Monday, June at pm at the Calvary Hill Baptist Church with Dr Michael James Fairview Cemetery, Halls Gap were Barry Braden, Brian Braden, Brad Braden, Sean Fletcher, Kim Alford and Johnny Kolasa are to Carter Hall memory of Dr John Carter, c/o Campbellsville University, Springhill Dr, Campbellsville, KY Fox Home, Stanford, was charge of Thu Jun BRENDA GALLOWAY Brenda Sue Durham Galloway,of , June at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Danville Born July Yosemite, s daughter Roscoe and Ruth Rainey Durham a volunteer for Boyle High school Sports and a of Salt River Baptist Church two sons, Joey Galloway, Danville, Scott Galloway, Hustonville; daughter, Mysti Chaney, Lawrenceburg; three brothers, Chester B Durham, Somerset, Rev John E Durham, Yosemite, and Richard M Durham, Louisville; two s, Jeannette Thompson, Danville and Mary Lou Lyons, ; four , three step children and great grandchild Friday at am at Stith Home Danville are to the Boyle Humane Society Visitation after pm at the home Thu Jun PAULINE BUGG Pauline D Bugg, of New Dixville Road, , June at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Danville Born May Mercer s daughter Jack and Ruby Devine S widow of Donald Bugg a rural mail carrier and a Benton Baptist Church two sons, Steve and Mark Bugg; daughter, Robin Bugg; brother, William Devine; three s, Edna Bradley, Alberta Bugg and Mrs Tommie (Frances Hill; two , all of Mercer She in by a brother, Cleo Bugg were held Saturday, June at the Ransdell Chapel with John David Lane and Ernest Martin the Patterson Cemetery were Orban Mayes, Garnett Ruble, Roy Bugg, Donald E Logue, Louis Benge, Tommie Hill, Lynn Logue, Gary Durr and Ellsworth Smoot Honorary bearers were nephews and men of Benton Baptist Church are to the Baptist Children's Home, Somerset, KY, the American Heart Association, PO Box Burgin, KY or the American Cancer Society, PO Box KY Thu Jul PATRICIA BUTLER Patricia A Butler,of Bates Street, Tuesday, June at the Fort Walton Beach , Fort Walton Beach, FL Born October s daughter Elwood Butler and Hazel Wilder Mayes Liddle a Christian Church two , Deborah Ann Creech, Petaluma, CA, and Donna Creech Moore, Lexington; three sons, James Douglas Creech, Lexington, Ronald Thomas Creech, Georgetown and Mark Edward Creech, Richmond; brother, Robert Owen Butler, Versailles and six A service at pm Saturday, July at the Christian Church by Rev David Hartman, Rev Jim Powell and Rev Ray Holdran are to Habitat for Humanity, PO BoxKY McClellan Home is charge of Thu Jul DORA HUNGATE Dora L Hungate, Health Care Center, at the Center Monday, June Born March Mercer s daughter James Turner and Ezra Dora Darland Hungate a homemaker and a United Presbyterian Church were held , June at the McClellan Home by Rev Les Rust Spring Hill Cemetery were Harold Davis, Howard Howells, Bill Gravely, Bill Lively, Jack Newton and Clyde Little are to the United Presbyterian Church Thu Jul LEWIS MOSS Lewis Moss, Bellchase Drive, Nicholasville, ly of Danville, , June at the Veterans Lexington Born August Anderson, Indiana, Theodore and Mary Moss of Jessamine Keebler Company, was a Masonic Lodge and a veteran US Army World War II daughter, Dorothy (Eladia De Lean, Georgia; son, Jerry (Peggy Moss, Burgin; three and two great He by six brothers and were held Monday, June at Hager and Cundiff Home Nicholasville Maple Grove Cemetery, Nicholasville were Ray Moss, Billy Moss, Teddy Moss, Ashley Moss, Danny Moss and Rodney Moss Thu Jul CLARA VAN LENTEN Clara Tate Van Lenten,of Factory Lane #, Danville, , June at St Joseph Lexington Born October Wilmore, s daughter James and Pearl Pulliam Bottoms a homemaker and a Mt Freedom Baptist Church Wilmore her , Allen Van Lenten, Danville, step-mother, Janet Bottoms, Wilmore; two sons, Buford (Susan Shearer, Harrogate, TN and James (Renee Shearer, Burgin; three s, Thelma McCord, Albany, GA, Dorothy Morris, Wilmore, and Betty Jo Morris, Danville; step Carolyn Walters, Garrard ; step brother, Alvin Fielders, Wilmore; six She by two s, Virginia Wells and Mable Carpenter; three brothers, Buddy, Bobby and Peck Bottoms were held Sunday, June at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Chaplain Gary Story Parksville Cemetery were Charley Stinnett, Sr, Charley Stinnett, Jr, Bruce Simpson, John H McGrath, Eddie Blake, and Curtis Fayne Thu Jul DONNIE CLARK Donnie Russell Clark,of East KyLiberty, , June at his residence Born April Casey he was a son of Russell Clark of Liberty and the Marie Patterson Clark a farmer, a long time employee of Hall Mack and was a of Green River Christian Church , addition to his father, include: daughter, Tina Moore, Labella, FL; two s, Bertha Warren, Danville, and Patsy Matthews, Cincinnati, OH were held Sunday, June at the McKinney-Brown Home in Liberty, with Rev Dennis Morgan Middleburg Cemetery Thu Jul MICHAEL CLARK Michael Wayne Ashford Clark,of Heritage Woods, Monday, June at the Haggin Born Lexington, of Diana Lynn Whittaker Clark and the Mark Carter Ashford a student at the Central Christian School , addition to his mother, include: two brothers, Matthew Edison and Christopher Eric Clark; grandparents, Donald Wayne and Jacqueline Whittaker; paternal grandparents, Forest (Doc and Nell Ashford; all of Mercer at pm , July at the Ransdell Chapel with Bro Terry Morrison Burial Spring Hill Cemetery Frankie Price, Nathan Green, Bubby Isham and Paul Klausing Visitation afterpm and after am Thu Jul BEULAH CLAUNCH Beulah Bottom Claunch,of New Dixville road, widow of Frank Claunch, , July at the James B Haggin Born October Washington s daughter Willie G and Laura Toms Bottom the Mercer Board of Education after years and was a Mercer Farm Bureau a of Bruner's Chapel Baptist Church where she the nursery for several years two s, Hazel Click, Springfield and Julie Peavler, ; two grand, Mrs Ken (Alexia Brock, Evansville IN and Debbie Claunch, ; two great grandsons, Kevin Franklin Brock and Ryan Alexander, both of Evansville She by a son Cleo Harlan Claunch were held Saturday, July at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro Larry Redding Spring Hill Cemetery were Charles T Pinkston, Kenneth Huffman, Kyle Bailey, Charles Matherly and Ronnie Sims Honorary bearers were s Faith Sunday School Class Bruner's Chapel Baptist Church and her co-workers at Mercer Schools Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Bruner's Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery Fund and/or the Deep Creek Baptist Church Cemetery Fund Thu Jul CRACRAFT FOLGER Two Mercer Men Die In Two-Car Accident Two Mercer men evening, July injuries sustained a two-car collision on US at Chinn Lane Mercer Randy Folger,of Shakertown Rd, and Michael Paul Craycraft, of E Water St, Burgin, both at the scene The accident occurred at approximately pm when Craycraft, who was traveling east-bound on US a Ford Tempo, crossed into the west-bound lane as he entered a curve, colliding head-on with Folger’s Ford Crown Victoria, according to report the State Police Alcohol involvement was not suspected, according to the KSP Craycraft was wearing a seat belt Folger was not Folger, a native of Mansfield, OH, was the music and special programs director for Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill He performed four concerts there each day April through October and performed candlelight concerts and researched Shaker journals and hymns the winter months He recorded three albums of Shaker music and transcribed a Pleasant Hill hymnal into modern notation Craycraft, a native of Dayton, OH, was employed at Bay West Paper Manufacturing He is survived by his , Wanda Craycraft, and son, Davron Bowman Shakertown Music Director Killed In Accident On US RANDY FOLGER Randy L Folger,of Shakertown Road, , July on US at Chinn Lane injuries sustained a motor vehicle accident the Music and Special Programs Manager at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, where he performed four concerts per day every weekday April through October During the winter, he performed candlelight concerts and researched Shaker journals and hymns He recorded three albums of Shaker music and transcribed a Pleasant Hill hymnal into modern notation "Randy was a very gifted musicologist, interpreter and singer of Shaker songs," said James C Thomas, President and CEO of Shaker Village "He had a wonderful luminous spirit and was for Shaker Village the embodiment of our staff Randy was beloved by his co-workers and the many thousands of visitors who came to Shaker Village annually He touched each of us with his great talent and he will be sorely missed by his family and many friends" Folger was an accomplished speaker on the subjects of Shaker history, music and theology and traveled around much country lecturing at Elderhostels, schools and for special groups He wrote and performed an original theater piece based on the worship and dance Shakers with the South Bend Symphonic Choir of South Bend, IN Born June Ft Lewis, WA, of Rev Richard K and Elaine D Lamb Folger of Mansfield, OH He moved with his family to when he was and lived several communities He attended Bob Jones University and Western University He left college to pursue a career purchasing that lasted years, but his love was always music In he went to Shaker Village to sing and research the music Shakers He also was involved with the Ragged Edge Community Theater, performing such musicals as "The Fantastiks" and "Shenadoah" He served the National Guard and was a of Oak Hill Baptist Church , addition to his parents, include: three s, Sandy (Brian Risslar, Shari (Ed Bowman, and Susan (Steve Gardilcic, all of Mansfield, OH were held Monday, Julyat the Baptist Church and Tuesday, Julyat the Mansfield Baptist Temple, Mansfield Ohio, with Rev Dale Adkins at both the Ashland Gardens, Mansfield, OH were employees of Shaker Village are to the Randy Folger Fund at Shaker Village, Lexington Rd, KY Thu Jul MICHAEL CRACRAFT Michael Paul Craycraft, of E Water Street, Burgin, , July on US at Chinn Lane injuries sustained a motor vehicle accident Born ember Dayton, OH of Virgil Ray Craycraft, Dayton, OH and Shirley Ruth Hall Craycraft, Lexington He the shipping department at Bay West and was a Church of God , addition to his parents, include: his , Wanda Craycraft, Burgin; son, Davron Bowman, Burgin, two brothers, David Craycraft and Kevin Craycraft, both of Lexington; paternal Nannie Hornback, Middletown, OH were held Monday, July at the Ransdell Chapel with Bruce Bowman and Mike Powell the Robinson Row Cemetery were Donald Thomas, Greg Bowman, Roy Cochran, Edward Kirkpatrick, Randy Jones and Chip Combs Thu Jul BETTY BUTLER Betty Jean Harlow Butler,of Old US South, Saturday, July at her residence A native of Mercer s daughter Robert Dudley Harlow and Geneva Mae Gardner Green Harlow S widow of Allen Butler a homemaker and a Evergreen Baptist Church son, Ronnie Butler, Anderson ; two , Judy Groce and Kathy Bryant, both of Frankfort; brother, Robert Harlow, Paris; one Louise Nowlin, ; four and two great She by a son, James Allen Butler were held Tuesday, Julyat Harrod Brothers Chapel in Frankfort, with Rev Lee Eames Jr Sunset Gardens, Frankfort were Leslie Nowlin, Bobby Lee Baker, Jay Butler, Warren Butler, Durwood Butler and Gene Butler Thu Jul EARL MURPHY, Sr Earl Douglas Murphy, Sr, of Cold Springs Drive, Friday, July at the Haggin Born ember Mercer of Virginia Ann French Murphy, and the Gilbert Eugene Murphy a Export Dispatcher for IBM and was a of Fellowship Baptist Church , addition to his mother, include: , Nancy Lou Gray Murphy, Mercer ; son, Earl Douglas (Angela Murphy, Jr, ; daughter, Katherine (Lee Wilson, Mercer ; four brothers, Daniel Murphy and Tim Murphy, both of Edward Murphy, Lexington and Clifton Murphy, Washington ; Mae Dell Murphy, Colorado; six were held Sunday, Julyat the Ransdell Chapel with Tim Murphy and Tony Gray Spring Hill Cemetery were Danny, Ed, Tim, Cliff, and Chris Murphy, Tony Gray, Clay Wilson and Doug Readnour Honorary bearers were Lee Wilson, Bill and Jimmy McGlone, Jerry Huffman, Harry Burke, Kenny Daughtery and Aaron Mobley are to the ALS Association, "Lou Gehrig’s Disease," Agoura Rd, Suite Calabasas Hills, CA - Thu Jul MARIE SIMPSON Marie Simpson,of Normans Camp Road, Saturday, July at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Born June Wayne s daughter Charles and Emma Godsey Black S widow of Coy Simpson a homemaker and a Shawnee Run Baptist Church son, Ray (Elaine Simpson, Mercer ; grandson, Jerry (Glenda Simpson, Lincoln were held Monday, Julyat the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro Lester Tirey the Shawnee Run Baptist Church Cemetery were Thurman Hardin, Jerry Simpson, Robert Bowles, Donnie Webb, Gene Motley, and Scott Anderson Honorary bearers were the Dorcas Sunday School Class at Shawnee Run Baptist Church Thu Jul EUGENE ROBINSON Eugene Robinson, , of Alta Drive, Lawrenceburg, Tuesday, July at the Hospice Care Center Lexington A native of Mercer Roy and Verna Currens Robinson a farmer, a Lawrenceburg First Christian Church and an Army veteran of World War II his of years, Martha Cottrell Robinson; son, Larry (Ramona Robinson, Lawrenceburg; four , Mrs Clarence (Doris Goodpaster, Patsy Robinson, Lexington, Mrs John (Betty Thompson and Mrs Jim (Edith Hanks, both of Lawrenceburg; daughter-in-law, Melinda Daughtery, Louisville; four brothers, J D Robinson, Randall Robinson, L H Robinson, and Hubert Robinson, all of Mercer ; three s, Mrs Adelene Keightley, Mercer Mrs Beckham (Elberta Sea, Lawrenceburg, and Mrs Evelyn Riley, Jefersontown; and great by a son, Leroy Robinson; a daughter, Pam Robinson, and great granddaughter, Whitney Thompson at pm , Julyat Gash Chapel with Bro Charles Brumley Burial Lawrenceburg Cemetery Kenny Goodpaster, Jimmy Goodpaster, Len Goodpaster, Rodney Robinson, David Robinson, Brad Thompson, Justin Robinson, Lee Hunter Robinson, and Tony White Honorary bearers Sherry and Danny Brock, Kelli and Kenny Ammons, Marti and Donald Goodlett, Kristi and Joe Peavler, Marcia and Brian Franklin, Stacey and Sean Wallace, Jamie Hanks, Lauren Scott, Pam Robinson, Renee Robinson, Angie Thompson, Tammy Goodpaster, and Jody Caldwell Contributions are to the Hospice Bluegrass, Steele St, Frankfort, KY or First Christian Church Scholarship Fund, South Main St, Lawrenceburg, KY Thu Jul DANIEL WILSON Daniel William Wilson,of Millvale (Nakomi Drive, Monday, July A native of Peter Nolen and Lucretia Browning Wilson a graduate US Army Air Force Flying Cadet School, Catawba College in Salisbury, NC During World War II he served the US Army Air Force as a B- pilot, obtaining the rank of st Lieutenant the fourth generation of his family to serve the building supply business a of Broadway Christian church, had served as deacon for years and was a of Robert Sirkle Masonic Lodge ly employed by Liggett-Myers Tobacco Company Samsun, Turkey two , Elaine Hardin Wilson, Lebanon Junction, Rebecca Wilson (Kent Wharton, Lexington; two sons, Stephen Douglas (Karen Wilson, Versailles and Daniel Stuart (Meg Wilson, Louisville; five by his , Garnetta Hardin Wilson Friday, Julyat W R Milward Mortuary-Southland by Steve Wilson Burial Spring Hill Cemetery Grant Hafley, Bill Conover, Woody Wilson, Robert, Ruel and Richard Hardin, Danny Hund and Eric Freeman Visitation ; topm and topm at the home Thu Jul WILMA JENKINS Wilma Million Jenkins,of Madison Avenue Danville, Monday, July at her residence Born June Mercer s daughter Charlie and Flora Norton Million Corning Glass and Cricketeer Manufacturing a Junction City Baptist Church include two grandsons, Jim and David Carey, both of Danville and five great She by her , Lucian Jenkins and daughter, Onita Willard at pm , Julyat Preston-Pruitt Home with Rev Larry Moore and Chaplain Gary Story Burial Spring Hill Cemetery Kenneth Crain, Kenny Grubbs, Jimmy Holman, Mike Ledford, Daniel Eldridge and Franklin Cole Contributions are to the American Heart Association or Heritage Hospice Visitation - pm at the home Thu Jul SADIE MORFORD Sadie B Morford,of Kennedy Bridge Road, Garrard Sunday, July at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical center Danville Born January Garrard s daughter William and Ada Scott Brown an employee of Bill’s Restaurant, ly Lane’s Restaurant and a Buena Vista Baptist Church her , Ray Morford, Garrard ; son, Paul Morford, Mercer ; brother, Clifford Brown, Garrard ; two s, Geneva Lane and Jewell Wilson, both of Lancaster; four and four great She by brother and were held , July at Ramsey Home, Lancaster, with Rev Larry Harris Lancaster Cemetery were Aaron Morford, Chris Jackson, Mark Jackson, Preston Leach, Jimmy Morford and Phill Guynn Honorary bearers were George Day, Donnie Lane, Wesley C Gifford, Ray Graham and Rob Hardin Fri Jul IDA HITER Ida B Shewmaker Hiter, of Scott Street, Springfield, Monday, July at the Norton Spring View Lebanon A native of Washington she was born on April to the William Watson and Ida Belle Hilton Shewmaker a of Springfield Baptist Church three sons, Henry Hiter, Jr, Mack Hiter, Springfield, William Hiter, Bardstown; two , Mrs Andy (Barbara Caldwell, Louisville, Rose Hale, Springfield, Beulah Hazel of Hodgenville; six , five great , ten step , four step great ; two step great great She by a granddaughter, Doris Marie Hiter were held , Julyat the Carey and Son Home, Springfield, with Rev Lonnie Bradley on Cemetery Hill in Springfield were Doyle Brewer, Rick Goatly, Buster Caldwell, Jason Hiter, Jeff Caldwell and Brian Miles Fri Jul CURTIS PATTERSON Death of Man Accidental The last Saturday of a man appears to be an accidental according to Mercer Deputy Coroner, Scott Moseley Curtis Patterson,of E Office St, was found dead last Saturday morning on the bank Chaplin River by nearby residents Following a preliminary autopsy performed by Moseley, he said that Patterson’s injuries appeared to be consistent with a fall the - foot embankment where the body was found "He suffered blunt trauma injuries consistent with a fall," Moseley said "There appeared to be no signs of foul play so the State Police are treating it as an accident" Detective Monte Owens State Police was not available for comment at press time, but Mercer Sheriff’s Department personnel also said that the appeared to be an accident A complete autopsy and toxicology testing is being performed by the state medical examiner’s office Results those tests will not available for several weeks Thu Jul VIRGINIA GILLESPIE Mrs Virginia Watts Matherly Gillespie, of Fairview Ct, Monday, July at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Born Oct Deep Creek, s daughter Marion Douglas and Mary Zerlida Watts Matherly She had been an employee of Stopher’s Dry Cleaners and Trayner’s Grocery Store a Baptist Church for more than years a granddaughter, Ginger Claunch Bussell of ; four great-grandsons, Sean Claunch, Beau Claunch, Lucas Claunch and Ethan Claunch, and twin grandsons, Douglas Stallard and James Clay Trisler were held at am , July at Alexander and Royalty Home with Dr Robert DeFoor and Bro Delbert Hammonds Spring Hill Cemetery were Jackie Claunch, Scott Johnson, Garnett Matherly, David Taylor, Bob Baker and Franklin Ransdell Honorary pallbearers were great-grandsons Sean Claunch, Beau Claunch, Lucas Claunch and Ethan Claunch Thu Jul JOHN DICKERSON Mr John Dickerson, of Central Pike Sunday, July at his residence Born July Cobb Hill, James and Sarah Watson Dickerson the widower of Verde Priddy Dickerson a farmer and had served the US Marines during the Korean War three sons, Carl Lloyd Dickerson of Georgetown, Johnny Darryl Dickerson of and Charles Adrian Dickerson of Paris; four , Debra Jo Salters, Devonda Sue Hutson, Mary Lou Walton and Anna Claralene Mann, all of Hopkinsville; a brother, Preston Dickerson of Lexington; a Mrs Louranna Hall of ; , and two great- by a son, Michael Wayne Dickerson; a daughter, Dianna Lynn Dickerson and a Kathleen Thompson at am , July at Alexander and Royalty Home Bro John Watts will officiate Burial the Cobb Hill Cemetery Estill with military rites performed by the Marine Honor Guard Carl Dickerson, Johnny Dickerson, Adrian Dickerson, Jeff Walton, Willis Hicks and Howard Staley Visitation was to pm and after am until time of service at Alexander and Royalty_ Home Thu Jul (Photo CURTIS PATTERSON Mr Curtis "Shootie" Patterson,of Claunch Rd, Perryville, Saturday, July Born March Mercer Armpey and Bertie Devine Patterson EW Brown Generating Plant and was a Benton Baptist Church two sons, James Daryl Patterson of Perryville and Wayne Patterson of ; two , Lucretia Ann Patterson of Lexington and Vicki Warner of Lawrenceburg; four s, Mrs Garnett (Rena Mobley, Mrs Ernest (Nancy Long, Mrs Garnett (Christine Hart and Mrs James (Opal Claunch, all of ; ; step-grandchild; two great-, and a number of nieces and nephews by a son, Garrett Lee Patterson, and two brothers, Larue and Marvin Patterson were held at pm , July at Alexander and Royalty Home Bro Chuck Robinson officiated and Patterson Cemetery were Marty Long, Darty Hart, Monte Hart, Chad Barnett, Tim Darland, Brad Barnett, Chris Holderman and Mark Bugg Honorary pallbearers were Truman Curtsinger, Berdie Bugg, Brennon Royalty, Michael Patterson, Dale Darland, Lee Patterson, Wayne Hart, Joe Stines, Kenneth Kirkland and Henry Watts Thu Jul ELWOOD LONG Mr Elwood Long,of Lexington Rd, Friday, July at the Veteran’s Administration on Cooper Drive Lexington Born Jan Washington Ed and Addie Royalty Long He had been an automobile dealer for more than years a Douglas Laws Post #American Legion, the nd Degree Mason Scottish Rite and the Oleika Temple Shriners for over years a Mercer Lodge F& A-M and had served the US Army Air Force during World War II He was a Colonel Mr Long was a and deacon Baptist Church his , Margaret Cheatham Long; two sons, Don Long and Eddie Long, both of ; two brothers, Vernice Jewell Long and Ernest Long, both of ; two s, Kathleen Newby of and Virginia Saladino of Ft Worth, TX; five grand, and three great-grandsons by two s, Christine Long and Bertha Hazel Long, and a brother Thurman Long were held at pm Sunday, July at the Alexander and Royalty Home Dr Robert DeFoor and Dr Kenneth Whitehouse officiated Masonic rites were held at pm Saturday, July Burial with military rites was Spring Hill Cemetery were Ronnie Long, Jerry Newby, Rickey Long, Charles E Cheatham, Charles F Cheatham, Doug Cheatham Honorary pallbearers were Paul Devine, Kenneth Kirkland, Edwin Freeman, Charles Hurst and Bill Pinkston Thu Jul HENRY C LUCAS Mr Henry C Lucas,of Trumansburg, NY , July at the Cayuga Medical Center Born Highbridge on John and Laura Benson A resident of Trumansburg for the past years, he was an avid gardener a veteran US Coast Guard his , Elise Lucas; two children, Paul Lucas of Murfreesboro, TN, and a daughter, Barbara Liles of Temple, TX; two step-children, David Godbey of Mecklenburg, NY, and Diane Sneed of Austin, TX, and two s, Martha Belcher of Murfreesboro and Mary (Bill Alford of Ithaca, NY by a step-daughter, Donna Stutz for Mr Lucas were held at pm Monday, July at the Covert Homes Trumansburg The Rev Peter Hood officiated in Grove Cemetery, also Trumansburg Thu Jul MARY HOLLADAY Mrs Mary Louise Davenport Holladay, of C Thomas "Tom" Holladay, ly of Lexington and Atlanta, GA, Saturday, July at her son’s home Nicholasville Born Oct s daughter Samuel Nelson and Hattie Allen Buchanan Davenport a graduate of High School and was a Lexington Women’s Club, and Central Ladies Golf Association a Berkeley Hills Ladies Golf Association and numerous bridge clubs She also was a and elder Church New Covenant Doraville, GA, and a deacon and Sunday school teacher at Second Presbyterian Church Lexington In addition to her , two sons, Thomas N "Tommy" Holladay of Nich-olasville and Gary D Holladay of Bucks PA; two brothers and two s, George Davenport of Ft Wright; Elizabeth Harris and Lillian Plummer, both of and Robert "Bob" Davenport of Danville, and four were at pm Tuesday at the WR Milward Mortuary-Southland The Rev Steve Palmer and Chaplain Craig Ryan officiated and the Lexington Cemetery were Troy Holladay, Rob Davenport, Steve Hider, Brent Hider, Larry Thompson and John Deye In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Hospice Bluegrass, Alexandria Dr, Lexington, KY Thu Jul SARAH MARIE ROBERTS Mrs Sarah Marie Roberts,of E th St, Jeffersonville, IN, at : am Monday, July at her home Born May Mercer s daughter Veston and Mary Margaret Bugg-Taylor and the widow of Robert Elwood Carrier and Clyde T (JB Roberts Mrs Roberts, who had lived Jeffersonville since was a homemaker and a volunteer her community involved the Seniors Volunteer Program of South Central Indiana for years a volunteer for Lifespan Resource Center at Clark Arms Nutrition Center Site for years, working four to five days each week a of Deep Creek Baptist Church a son, Robert Bruce Carrier; two , Bonnie R Baxter of Seymour, IN and JoLeen Walsh of Teaneck, NJ; seven , two step-, Michael K Griffith and Janet L Griffith; nine great-, and two step-great She by a brother and three s were held at am , July at Scott Home and Walnut Ridge Cemetery Jeffersonville In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Vistacare Hospice, Unruh Ct, New Albany, IN or RSVP ( Seniors Volunteer Program of Southern Indiana, E Market St, New Albany, IN Thu Jul ARNOLD L BURTON Mr Arnold L Burton, of Wolf Pen Road Pendleton, of Elsie Carey Burton, Monday, July at the Tri- Baptist La-Grange Born Oct Willow Grove, Mack and Lula Eads Burton a shop foreman for Smith Transfer Trucking Company, was a World War II veteran US Army Air Force, was a deacon at Delhi Baptist Church Cincinnati, and was an avid fisherman In addition to his , two sons, Kenneth Wayne Burton of Lexington and Ronald Lee Burton of Marietta, GA; a daughter, Mrs Harold (Jacci Bedenbaugh of Cincinnati, OH; a brother, Carol Burton of Northern ; a Ruth Belcher of Parksville; four , and great-granddaughter at pm , July at Alexander and Royalty Home Bro Terry Morrison will officiate and burial Spring Hill Cemetery Jerry Freeman, Tom Carey, Matt Bedenbaugh, Adam Bedenbaugh, Jason Burton and Joshua Burton Visitation was to pm and after am at Alexander and Royalty Home Thu Jul PRISCILLA H COWAN Mrs Priscilla H Cowan of Ashley Camp Rd, Saturday, July at Health Care Center Born March Bellows Falls, VT, s daughter Webster Warren and Bertha Day Hall S widow of James Theodore Cowan a homemaker a graduate of Vermont Academy ( a Communicant Immanuel Episcopal Church and served as president Ladies’ Society She served on the Rockingham Board of Civil Authority for years and was a Justice Peace corporator Rockingham and president to the auxiliary a vice president of Bellows Falls Federated Women’s Club and a volunteer for the Vermont Children’s Aid and the American Red Cross a son, Robert Cowan of ; a daughter, Carolyn Losee of Harbor City, CA; five , and six great- at a r date with burial the Immanuel Episcopal Cemetery There no visitation In lieu of flowers, s can be sent to Heritage Hospice, PO Box Danville, KY or Saxtons River Historical Society, Brattleboro, VT Ransdell Chapel is charge of Thu Jul JAMES B SPILMAN Mr James Bennett Spilman,of N Greenville St , July at the James B Haggin Born Oct James and Lucy Mahan Spilman a newspaper carrier and a United Methodist Church include several cousins, including, Sara Virginia McGee of were at pm Saturday, July at the McClellan Home The Rev Mark Girard officiated the Spring Hill Cemetery were Billy Joe Hill, Howard Nichols, Joe Blankenship, Ralph Clark, Frank Trisler and Marvin Ashford In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the United Methodist Church Thu Jul MILITARY RITES Douglas Laws Post #American Legion, Post #VFW and DAV Post # Military Rites for Ancel Elwood Long at Spring Hill Cemetery on July Those attending were: Tom Denny, Joe Harlow, Lucian Landers, Henry Pulliam, Willie Gritton, Harold Ackerman, James Carey, James Tewmey and Tommy Lane Thu Jul BOBBY VANDIVIER Bobby Gene Vandivier,of Bacon Court, Sunday, July at his residence Born August of Beuna Katherine Kyler Vandivier, and the Garnett E Vandivier a general contractor, an army veteran, a of Masonic Lodge F&AM, and the Mercer Builders Association also a Baptist Church and a Colonel , addition to his mother, include: his , Nora Jean Underwood Vandivier, ; son, Darron (Ellie Vandivier, ; daughter, Mrs Donald (Kimberly Herring, Lexington; three s, Barbara Deakle, Nicholasville, Sharon Myers, Lexington, and Linda Sue Vandivier, Corbin; two were held Tuesday, July at the Ransdell Chapel with Terry Cornish and James Harley Spring Hill Cemetery were Devin Underwood, Tony and Delynn Deakle, Matthew Vandivier, Eric Myers and Darrell Gifford Honorary bearers were J W, Kermit, Donald, Billy, Harold and Roger Logue, Danny, Mike, Barry, Doug, and Todd Vandivier, Jimmy and Gerald Carter, and Ronnie Claunch are to the Diabetes Association, the American Heart Fund or the Kidney Foundation Thu Jul CARNELLE MOORE Carnelle Moore,of Perryville Street, , July at the Health Care Center Born October Mercer s daughter Ed and Mary Alice Kirkland Moore Genesco after years and was a St Andrew Catholic Church include her nephew, William Thomas Moore of Gravel Switch and several cousins Mass was held Saturday, July at St Andrew Catholic Church with Fr Joseph Muench Spring Hill Cemetery were Jerry Moore, Billy Moore, Bradley Graham, Van Cunagin, Mike Hardin and Tilton Bradshaw Honorary bearers were Jewell Devine, James Boswell, Ronnie Rice and Donnie Hinkle Alexander and Royalty home was charge of Thu Jul JEWELL WHITEHEAD Jewell M Tyler Whitehead,of Beaumont Avenue, Monday, July at the Haggin Born s daughter Oscar B and Flossie J Bottom Tyler an office manager for the James B Haggin a number of years and was a of Bruner's Chapel Baptist Church her , Howard E Whitehead, ; two , Mrs David (Kay Simpson, Earlington, and Mrs Larry (Peggy Short, ; one Mrs Leroy (Anna Mae Dean; four and great grandchild were held , July at the Ransdell Chapel with Don Reed and Larry Redding Spring Hill Cemetery were Travis Simpson, Brian Burns, Jere Vaught, Darrell Hahn, Eddie Tewmey, Mark Klassen, and Jim Robinson Honorary bearers were Emma Lay, Linda King, Amalie Preston, Valeria Kidd, Laura B Devine and s Faith Sunday School Class Thu Jul (Photo MAI NOY VANARSDALL Mai Flournoy VanDeren VanArsdall,of Beaumont Avenue, Friday, July at the James B Haggin Born February Cynthiana, s daughter William W and Anna Mai Shropshire VanDeren S widow of Dr Condit Brewer VanArsdall Jr a graduate of Duke University and received her Masters Degree Louisiana State University a Jane McAfee Chapter DAR, past president Historical Society, Woman's Club and a United Methodist church include son: William VanDeren VanArsdall, Frankfort, and two She by son, Dr Condit B VanArsdall III, and grandson, Condit B VanArsdall IV were Monday, July at the United Methodist church by Rev Mark Girard Spring Hill Cemetery were Dr Jim Alexander, Dr Nick Dedman, Tom VanArsdall, Wick Asbury, Tom Schweri, Patrick Hatchett, George Rogers Jr, and Lambert Moore are to the Historical Society, PO Box KY or to Heritage Hospice, Inc, W Broadway, Danville, KY McClellan Home was charge of Thu Jul O C YOUNG O C Young Jr,of Greenwood Dr, Friday July at his residence Born March Mercer of O C and Pearl Hardin Young He as a Switchman Technician for South Central Bell and was a of the Telephone Pioneers of America a Christian Church where he served as an Elder and Sunday School teacher a VFW, American Legion, and an army veteran of World War II his , Edwina Phillips Young; three sons, Eddie, Tony and Phillip Young, all of ; brother, Jesse Young, Mercer ; nine and eight great by four brothers, James Thomas, Andy, Boscoe and Amos Young; and two s, Jeannie Lyons and Anna Lou Clark were held Monday, July at the Ransdell Chapel with Dr David Hartman Spring Hill Cemetery were Raymond Wade, Robert Gritton, Donnie Jackson, Benny Matherly, Calvin Wiley, Ralph May, Robert Trisler and Sonny Carroll are to Heritage Hospice or the Christian Church Thu Jul WINFIELD GABHART Winfield Gabhart,of Main Street, Mackville, Monday, July at the Norton Spring View Lebanon A native of Washington he was born May to the Thomas and Matilda Devine Gabhart a farmer and a Mackville Church of Christ his , Edith Bowles Gabhart by four s, Lillian Hale, Dora Shewmaker, Anna Bruce Settles and Bea Terflinger; two brothers, Roy Gabhart and George Gabhart were held , July at the Mackville Church of Christ with Bro Harry Coultas and Bro Rick Murphy the Peter Cemetery were Carlton Shewmaker, Billy Yankey, Gerald Peavler, Barry Peavler, Jim Powell and Sandy Carey Honorary bearers were Granville Moore, Joe Settles, Mark Moore, Pete Carey, Richard Carey, Steve Settles and Norman Darland Carey and Son Home was charge of Thu Jul EVERETT CATLETT Everett "Ebb" Catlett,of Perryville Road, Danville, Monday, July at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Danville Born Mercer Gore Reed and Maggie Wickersham Catlett a farmer and a of Centenary United Methodist Church an Army Air Force Veteran of World War II his , Kathryn Semones Catlett, Danville; two , Carol C Bruner, and Kay C Gray, Danville; brother, Clarence Catlett, St Petersburg, FL; Alma Catlett, Danville, four , three step and five great were held , July at Preston-Pruitt Home Danville, with Rev Don Benningfield and Rev James Byrd in Bellevue Cemetery are to Gideon’s International or one’s favorite charity Thu Jul JOHN McCOY John E McCoy, of Forrest Ave, Quincy, IL, , July at Blessing Born October Quincy, Edward and Dolores Hackman McCoy For many years manager Golf Car Division of TNT and r owned golf cars until he due to ill health He enjoyed skeet shooting He had served the US Navy Reserves and was a of Grace United Methodist Church his , Marcia A Wright, Quincy, IL; son, J Allen McCoy, Quincy; daughter, Mrs David (Jill M Morris, of Mayfield by brother, Michael G McCoy were held at the Duker and Haugh Home, Quincy, with Rev Al Simonson Greenmount Cemetery are to Grace United Methodist Church or the Diabetes Association Thu Jul CAROLYN HARMON Carolyn Harris Harmon, of Chimney Rock Road, , July at Haggin Born October Paducah, s daughter Charles E and Louise Shell Harris She had as a secretary for Ashland Oil Company and as secretary and treasurer for the Overhead Door Company of Lexington a Paducah Church of Christ and was a University of Fellow her , Donald Harmon, ; brother, David Harris, Houston, TX were held Saturday, July at the Ransdell Chapel with Pastor Ken McKenny Burgin Gardens, were Rodman Harmon, Kirtley Harmon, Joe Rankin, Milton Shryock, K J Woodruff and George A Cannon Honorary bearers were Johnny James, Earl Gaines and Harold Glass Thu Aug RUTH WING Ruth Annelle Cunningham Wing,of Haddix Street, , July at Health Care Born March s daughter David Ray and Mary Edwards Cunningham She had as a bookkeeper for Yates-Woodard Buick-Chevrolet and also as a bookkeeper for Halls Camper Sales Lexington a Salvisa Methodist Church her , Francis Wing, ; son, Alan B Laymon, ; daughter, Marie Colabella, Los Angeles, CA; step daughter, Frances (Beth Spears, Nashville, TN; three brothers, Buford and Byford Cunningham, both of Lawrenceburg, and Bill Cunningham, Salvisa; Jewell Sparrow, Graefenburg; six and four great were held Friday, July at the Ransdell Chapel with Rev Ray Coates Thu Aug NANNIE NOEL Nannie P Noel,of Cane Run , July at the James B Haggin Born February Anderson s daughter Amos and Cordie Phillips Peach S widow of Henry Noel She had owned and operated a personal care home for years and was a of the Baptist Church two sons, Hunter and Bob Noel, both of ; daughter, Betty Hill, ; and great She by son, James W "Billy" Noel; brother, Lee Peach were held Sunday, August at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Dr Robert DeFoor Spring Hill Cemetery were C M Shewmaker, Tom Guthrie, Bill Hill, Jimmy Noel, Patrick Noel, Tommy Beasley and Buddy Beasley Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to the Baptist Church, S Main Street, KY Thu Aug ROBERT PENNIE Robert "Bo" Franklin Pennie III, of Tuesday, July at his residence Born February Woodford of Mildred W Pennie of Midway and the Robert Franklin Pennie Jr a year employee of Osram Sylvania Versailles and was a of the Pilgram Baptist Church Midway , addition to his mother, include: his , Janice Hardin Pennie, ; son, Ramon Pennie, Lexington; three step children, Stephen Stumph, Lori Taylor and Jamie (Jaime Stumph, all of ; Linda P Davis, Versailles; five brothers, Michael, Ricky, Stevie and Stanley (Terri Pennie, all of Lexington, and Ike Pennie, Tennessee; Ellen Robinson, Midway; paternal grandfather, Robert Franklin Pennie Sr, Midway; three and two step by two brothers, Charlie "C P" Pennie and Marshall "Crook" Pennie were held Saturday, July at the Pilgram Baptist Church Midway with Rev Eric Johnson and Rev Randall Bush Sunset Gardens were Aaron Hamilton, Marty Davis, Kerry Garner, Roger Hardin, Larry Hardin and Gene Fitch Honorary bearers were Bob Fields, Louis Simpson, Scott Franklin, Roy Sparks, Chuck Bolton, David Abrams, Louis Autrey and Charlie Johnson, Duell-Clark Chapel Versailles was charge of Thu Aug CLEO CAMIC Cleo Camic,of Beaumont Avenue, Sunday, August at his residence Born July Mercer Conty, H A and Hattie Cosby Camic the Forming Department at Corning Glass a of Southside Christian Church, VFW and the American Legion He was a Navy veteran of World War II his , Virginia Camic, ; three sons, Michael Camic and Larry D Camic, both of David C Camic, Danville; seven were held Tuesday, August at the Ransdell Chapel with Sam Stow and David Hartman Spring Hill Cemetery were Roy Camic, Curtis Ransdell, Tony Thomas, Dennis Tyler, John Hughes, Frank Lawson and Kenneth Long Honorary bearers were Julius Hungate, Fred Purvis, Harold Reed, B H Thomas, Buddy Long, Bob McFatridge, Truman Bartleson and Raymond Wade are to Heritage Hospice, PO Box Danville, KY Thu Aug FANNIE TYLER Mrs Fannie J Tyler,of Deep Creek Road, widow of Wesley Maurice Tyler, Sunday, August at the James B Haggin Born May Mercer s daughter James and Fannie Board Hatchell a homemaker and a Bruner’s Chapel Baptist Church son, John H (Becky Tyler, Louisville; daughter, Doris (Bob Hunt, Mt Washington; five , three great She by three s, Eunice Claunch, Belle Hill and Reatha McCrystal; two brothers, Albert and Will Hatchell were held , Augustat the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro Don Reed and Bro Larry Redding in Spring Hill Cemetery were Greg Hunt, Eddie Hunt, Steve Tyler, Kevin Tyler, Kelly Tyler, Keith Tyler and Dr Scott Young Thu Aug (Photo EVALENA PRESTON Evalena Gaines Preston,of Beaumont Avenue, Saturday, July at her residence Born July Mercer s daughter Herman N and Nora Johnson Gaines a school teacher, having taught at Shakertown School for years, Burgin, McAfee and a of Shawnee Run Baptist Church and was church historian and the church’s oldest also a Mercer Teachers Association and a Colonel her , Thurman Preston; niece, Lesle Williams, Danville; and Nephew, Robert Gaines, Elizabethtown were held at am Tuesday, August at the Ransdell Chapel with Lester Tirey Spring Hill Cemetery were John (Buck VanArsdale, Donald Pennington, Donnie Young, Kenny Beasley, Raymond Webb and Baker Williams are to the Shawnee Run Baptist Church, Shakertown Road, KY Thu Aug (Photo FRANKLIN WOODS Franklin Lee Woods,of McCroskey Pike, Sunday, August at the James B Haggin Born July Woodford of Louise Moberly Woods of and the Otto Woods a maintenance mechanic for years at Osram Sylvania and was a of the Freedom Baptist Church , addition to his mother, include: his , Polly Ann Caudill Woods, ; three sons, Franklin Lee Woods, Jr, John Robert Woods and Daniel Lynn Woods, both of Salvisa; step son, Steve Cabarett, Frankfort; daughter, Barbara Jane Bottom, ; five , two step by son, David Lee Woods were held at pm Tuesday, August at the Freedom Baptist Church Lawrenceburg with Rev Bobby Logue the church cemetery were Charles Caudill, Clarence Caudill, Douglas Caudill, Kenneth Caudill, J F Wilcher and Lennis Caudill Honorary bearers were s Men's Sunday School Class of Freedom Baptist Church, Don Owens, Bobby Montgomery, Lonnie Spaulding, Delmas Shell, Kenneth Burns, Clarence Scott, Earl Hawkins, and Clifton Nutgrass Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Freedom Baptist Church Building Fund, PO Box Lawrenceburg, KY Alexander and Royalty Home was charge of Thu Aug CLAUDE "TOMMY" BAKER Claude Clifton (Tommy Baker, of Baker Lane, Parksville, Saturday, July at his residence Born April Boyle Samuel and Eddie Vermillion Baker a carpenter and a US Navy veteran of World War II a Mitchellsburg Baptist Church his , Hazel Reardon Baker, Parksville; three sons, Sammy, Richard and Melvin Baker, all of Parksville; two , Martha Rose Young, Perryville, and Pauline Drake, Danville; two s, Jean Holman, Parksville and Ruby Dean, Mercer ; and great were held Tuesday, August at the Wilder Home Perryville, with Rev Wayne Malone the Parksville Cemetery are to the Mitchellsburg Baptist Church Thu Aug WALTER BARNETT Walter Barnett of Haight Avenue, Cincinnati, OH, of Adeline Barnett, recently at a nursing home Cincinnati Born March Burgin, John and Lula Barnett In addition to his , daughter, Mrs Glenn (Fay Willey, a brother, William Cecil Barnett, two by a brother, Harry Barnett were held Saturday, July at Shawnee Run Baptist Church with Bro Bob Cheak the church cemetery Thu Aug SELINA COLEMAN Selina Hinson Coleman, of Thomaston, GA, Friday, July at the Upson Regional Medical Center Thomaston Born ember Thomaston, s daughter Isham Lamar Hinson and Christine Dickson Adams She graduated R E Lee High School and attended Agnes Scott College and the University of Georgia a and Regent John Houston Chapter American Revolution, and a Thomaston-Upson Historical Society a First Presbyterian Church of Thomaston and had received the Presbyterian Women’s Honorary Life Membership her , Thomas C Coleman, Thomaston, GA; three , Selina Sadler Coleman, Colubmia, SC, Richmond VanArsdale Coleman and Gladys Coleman Haralu, both of Thomaston; son-in-law, Mego Haralu, Thomaston; two brothers, I Lamar Hinson, Jr And Albert A Hinson, both of Thomaston; two ; a -in-law, Helen Coleman of were held Tuesday, August at the First Presbyterian Church in Thomaston with Rev Mego Haralu and Dr Albert E Simmons Burial was Glenwood Cemetery contributions are to Rivers World Ministries, PMB Cumming Highway #Sugar Hill, GA Pasley-Fletcher Home, Thomaston, was charge of Thu Aug RICHARD MITCHELL, Sr Richard Isham Mitchell, Sr, age August A native of Elizabeth and J P Mitchell He graduated Georgetown College, the University of Louisville and Northeastern University Massachusetts a World War II Navy veteran and past master of Mount Hollis Lodge Holliston, MA the Awards Chairman for Holliston Boy Scouts of America and of Central Mass Conference of Football and Basketball Officials the Southeastern Director of Sales for G S Carringotn Co until his retirement in a of Big Canoe, GA Men’s Golf Association, a fifty year of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, and a of St Peter and St Paul Episcopal Church Marietta include his : Priscilla Breck Mitchell, Marietta; his children, Drucilla and Robert Groves of Elgin, TX, Richard Jr and Jan Coleman-Mitchell of Big Canoe, GA and J P And Trudy Mitchell, Marietta; three Friday, Augustat St Peter and St Paul Episcopal Church Marietta with Rev Sue Duffield In lieu of flowers the family requests contributions be given to the Georgia War Veterans Nursing Home, Fifteenth St, Augusta, GA Thu Aug LUCILLE KAYS Lucille Griswold Kays,widow of Dr Onie U Kays, a minister United Methodist Church, Sunday, August at Central Baptist Lexington S daughter Rev Nathaniel and Lydia Griswold She had been an elementary school teacher before her marriage daughter, Elizabeth Ann (James P Edwards; son, Gerald Wesley (Linda W Kays; Pearl Walker, Anchorage, AK; three , Augustby Dr T O Harrison and Rev Dwight David Parker, at Milward Mortuary-Southland Lexington Burial Spring Hill Cemetery are to the First United Methodist Church, Lexington, or the Methodist Children’s Home, Versailles Visitation noon until the time of Thu Aug SARAH GIBSON Sarah Hardin Gibson,of Buckner Street, Perryville, Friday August , at Health Care Born ember Washington s daughter Robert Nelson and Lucy West Hardin S widow of Yerkes Gibson a homemaker and a of Beech Grove Baptist Church nephew, James Bottom, Danville, two nieces, Nancy Baker and Lou Butler, both of were held Sunday, August at the Wilder Home Perryville Hillcrest Cemetery Thu Aug GEORGE SHARP George William Sharp, age of Stoner Street, ly of Louisville, , August at the James B Haggin Born Louisville, Virgil Sharp and Dorothy Nevitt Sharp Lange He had served the Merchant Marines He is survived by several nieces and nephews by his step father Donald Lange were held Sunday, August at the Battle Cemetery Washington with Bro James Harley Serving as pallbearers were Chris Ross, Mary Ross, Harrison Hardin and Charles Hardin Alexander and Royalty Home was charge of Thu Aug RUBENA DEAN Rubena Dean,ly of Riverside Drive, widow of Eulyn Dean, , August at the Haggin Born June Tyler, TX, s daughter Theodore and Ella Mae Corneliuson Swenson a school teacher and a tax preparer and was a United Methodist Church and the Women's Club son, Ted Dean, Middlesboro; daughter, Lynn Taylor, ; brother, Ted Swenson Jr, Tyler, TX; two were held Monday, Augustat the United Methodist Church with David Ross and Mark Girard Spring Hill Cemetery were Lee, Hadden, and Earl Patrick Dean, Matt Burks, Doug Greenburg and Eddie Lay are to the Alzheimer's Association, S Limestone, Suite E, Lexington, KY - or the United Methodist Church, Chiles Street, KY Thu Aug (Photo SAMUEL STRATTON Samuel B Stratton, Jr, of Shannon Oaks Drive, Saturday, August at the VA , Cooper Drive, Lexington Born February Lawrenceburg, Samuel Boas and Rosa Camic Stratton a farmer and businessman and a Pioneer Baptist Church a US Navy veteran of World War II his , Faye Hoskins Stratton, ; son, Troy Stratton, Tyler, TX; two , Janet Brogli, Lexington, Roxie Camic, ; Emma Mae Hughes, Lawrenceburg; five and two great by two brothers, James and William Stratton; two , Timothy Brogli and Jacob Stratton were held Monday, Augustat the Ransdell Chapel with Lewis Walter and Fred Knickerbocker Spring Hill Cemetery with military rites were Christopher Brogli, Cory Camic, Jason Stratton, Jedidiah Stratton, Doug Stratton and Jimmy Stratton Honorary bearers were Walter Jackson, Truman Curtsinger, James Merchant, Leroy Dean and James Grimes Thu Aug CLEO CAMIC In the obituary for Cleo Camic,of Beaumont Avenue, who Sunday, August pallbearers should have been as follows: were Roy Camic, Curtis Ransdell, Tony Thomas, Dennis Tyler, John Hughes, Frank Lawson and Kenneth Long Honorary bearers were Julius Hungate, Fred Purvis, Harold Reed, B H Thomas, Dudley Long, Bob McFatridge, Truman Bartleson and Raymond Wade Thu Aug NANCI POTTS Nanci Louise Potts,of Talmage-Mayo Road, Saturday, August at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Danville Born October Sparta, WI, s daughter Aileen Kirkeeng Williams, Springfield, OH and the James Williams employed by Keeneland of Lexington and was a Lighthouse Assembly of God , addition to her mother, include: daughter, Tara Wilson, Lexington; brother Steven Williams, Springfield, OH; three s, Patricia Jordan, Spring Valley, OH, Judith Pitzer, Cincinnati, OH and Carol Lytel of Beavercreek, OH; two A service was Monday, Augustat the Alexander and Royalty Home by Pete Toth Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to the Light House assembly of God, Bohon Road, KY or the American Cancer Society, PO Box KY Thu Aug LOWELL GOODLETT Lowell Thomas "Hotshot" Goodlett,of Bellows Mill Road, Saturday, August at the James B Haggin Born Mercer Herbert Goodlett and Ethel Releford Goodlett Robinson after years at Square D, was a of IBEW Local # and a of Dry Branch Baptist Church four , Rachel Bell, Cindy Edwards and Terri Dixon, all of and LaDonna Davis, Berea; son, Brian Goodlett, ; two brothers, Haldon Goodlett, and Roger Goodlett, Burgin; seven by a Ruby Bernice Roller; a brother, Herbert Elwood Goodlett were held Tuesday, August at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro Donnie Releford and Bro James Harley were Leroy Pope, Marty Jones, Glendon Sparks, Ray Hensley, George Cunningham and Marvin Lewis Honorary pallbearers were Terry Myers, Kenneth Burns, Rick Carey, Milt Stumph and Mike Hartman Spring Hill Cemetery Thu Aug MILITARY RITES Douglas Laws Post #American Legion, Post #VFW and DAV Post # Military Rites for Cleo Camic at Spring Hill Cemetery on August Those attending were Roy Freeman, Howard Howells, Willie Gritton, Tom Lane, James Tewmey, Harold Ackerman, Joe Harlow, James Carey, Lucian Landers, Marion Mershon, DeWitt Sims, Henry Pulliam and Louis Ransdell Renee Shellhammer served as bugler Thu Aug MILITARY RITES Douglas Laws Post #American Legion, Post #VFW and DAV Post # military rites for Sam Stratton, Jr At Spring Hill Cemetery on Monday, August Those attending were Roy Freeman, Henry Pulliam, Louis Ransdell, Joe Harlow, Tom Denny, Tom lane, James Carey, Lucian Landers, Marion Mershon, Harold Ackerman and Willie Gritton Thu Aug HARLEY KINCAID Harley Talmadge Kincaid, of Versailles, Monday, August injuries sustained a motorcycle accident Born Woodford July of Oreena Kincaid of Versailles and the William H Kincaid Sr a year employee of Kuhlman Electric Versailles and was a veteran having served the U S Navy a Bikers Association, the Harley Owners Group and American Legion Post # his , Vickie Smith Kincaid, Versailles; daughter, Nicolle (Chris Kidwell, Lawrenceburg; son, Bryan Kincaid, Crab Orchard; step daughter, Tanya Mitchell, NC; step son, Erik Smith, Versailles; Joyce (Tommy Turner, Versailles; three brothers, William "Bill" (Debbie Kincaid, Versailles, Wayne Kincaid, Phoenix, AZ and Kenneth (Jane Kincaid of Richmond at pm , August at the Duell-Clark Chapel Versailles with Rev Don White Burial Sunset Gardens Greg Turner, John Turner, Kevin Kincaid, Kenneth Kincaid Jr, Johnny Cloyd and Bruce Goodlett Visitation to at the chapel Thu Aug (There were no obituaries for the week of August ALBERT ROBERTSON Albert Morse Robertson, North Main Street, Sunday, August at the Thomson-Hood Veterans Center Wilmore Born June Salvisa, Gilbert and Lillian Nichols Robertson He the Brown and Williamson Tobacco Company and was a veteran of both the US Navy and US Army, a American Legion and DAV a United Methodist Church daughter, Sandra R Robertson, Lexington; son, Michael M Robertson, Springfield; Rosalyn Hammond, Lexington; two Graveside were Tuesday, August Spring Hill Cemetery by Rev Mark Girard were Billy Joe Hill, Bob Davenport, Lonnie Haydon, Jimmy Sanders, Lucian Landers and Jim Powell are to the Thomson-Hood Veterans Center, Veterans Drive, Wilmore, KY McClellan Home was charge of Thu Aug JOHN McGEE John Jackson McGee V,of Maple Avenue, Danville, , August at Central Baptist Lexington Born Mercer he was a son Rosalind Bottom and John J McGee IV the widower of Martha Hankla McGee a banker for Melon Bank Pittsburgh, PA, after years a Pittsburgh Rotary Club and The Presbyterian Church Danville two sons, James W S McGee, Huntington Beach, CA and John McGee VI, Highland Heights; two , Laura Batchelder and Anne McGee, both of Pittsburgh; brother, Lew Perrin McGee, Fayette ; and a fiancé, Betty D Weisinger Lawson, Danville; were held Monday, August at The Presbyterian Church, Danville, by Rev Thomas K Farmer New Providence Cemetery, Thu Aug LAWRENCE CARR Lawrence W Carr,of Russell Street, Burgin, widower of Laura Frances Walters Carr, Saturday, August at his residence Born March Mercer Omar and Edna Jane Dean Carr, Sr a farmer and factory worker, and a Christian Church three sons, Johnnie Carr, Burgin, Glenn and Rufus Carr, both of ; daughter, Brenda Sue Carr, Burgin; brother, Lynn Carr, Corinth; five s, Eleanor Curtis, Corinth, Betty Johnson, Georgetown, Jean Dearinger, Iris Hardin, Mercer and Rachel Sanders, Burgin; , great by son, William Michael Carr and brother, Sonny Carr were held Tuesday, August at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro Wayne Kelly Spring Hill Cemetery were Greg Carr, Scott Carr, Michael Carr, Craig Middleton, Bill Brennan and David Campbell Honorary bearers were Tony Robinson, Lonnie Campbell, George Vanarsdall, Jim Ingram, Jerry Gray, Johnn Rawlings and Lloyd Pickett Thu Aug LEONA PRICE Leona Virginia Price,of Main Street Burgin, , August at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Danville Born April Mercer s daughter Grover and Huldia Carey Peavler and the widow of James Price after years as a cashier for the Board of Education a Shawnee Run Baptist Church and a of the Dorcas Sunday School Class church two , Mrs Jimmy (Gayle Howard, Mercer Mrs Dale (Wanda (Bunny Whited of Burgin; Mrs Jimmie (Lorine Minton, Burgin; two She by brother, A G Peavler were held Sunday, August at the Shawnee Run Baptist Church with Rev Lester Tirey and Rev Fred Knickerbocker the Shawnee Run Cemetery were Billy Minton, Stephen Minton, Andrew Minton, Willard Hamm, Bobby Carpenter, Hugh Smith and Donnie Webb Honorary bearers were s of the Dorcas Sunday School Class Shawnee Run Baptist Church Thu Aug LOIS ADCOCK Lois Bell Stevens Adcock, ly of Earl Street, Danville, Friday at Danville Centre for Health and Rehabilitation Born March Pulaski s daughter William and Martha Moore Stevens S widow of Paul G Adcock a homemaker and a of First Baptist Church Danville a son, Warren L "Deacon" Adcock, Danville; two , whom she raised, Liz Burke, Stanford, and Dawn Camic, Danville; two additional and five great She by a daughter, Grace J Essig Graveside were held Monday, August at the Bellevue Cemetery Danville by Rev Timothy Mathis Thu Aug RALPH LEAGUE Ralph "Peck" League,of West Office Street, Friday, August at the Sun Bridge-Pimlico Nursing Home Lexington a native of Mercer and the son Hugh Watson and Maggie Bell Zimmerman League a lawn care worker and loved dogs a brother, Dalton League, ; a Lois Goodlett, with whom he lived by his foster mother, Mrs Eula Hart Woods and a brother, Paul League were held Monday, August at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro James Harley Spring Hill Cemetery were Pete Barnes and Gerald Sheperson Thu Aug RALPH PHILLIPS Ralph William Phillips Jr, of Greenville Street, , August at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Danville Born April Paintsville, of Elsie Mann Phillips and the Ralph Phillips Sr a teacher and a of Fellowship Baptist Church He had served as minister of music at several area churches , addition to his mother, include: his , Maxine Long Phillips, Danville; two sons, Greg Phillips, Danville, Barry Phillips, Pendelton; daughter, Pam Burns, LaGrange; four brothers, Ross Phillips, Lexington, Tom Dick Phillips, David Phillips, Warsaw, IN, and Chuck Phillips, Junction City; three s, Ruth Whyde, Indianapolis, IN, Nancy Cornish and Rita Lance, both of ; eight were held Friday, August at the Ransdell Chapel with James Harley and Ernest Martin Danville Gardens were Troy Young, Eddie Parr, Jerry Huffman, John Robertson, John Hawes, Billy Mac Gritton, Leroy Darland, Kenneth King, Keith Weldon, Junior Sanders, Kenneth Meredith and C W Grider are to the American Diabetes Association, Bishop Lane, Suite Louisville, KY Thu Aug LEATRICE HONSHUL Leatrice Rose Honshul,of Berea Road, Richmond, Monday, August at the University of Chandler Medical Center Lexington Born October Mercer s daughter Herman Graham and Edna Cosby Creech an employee University of the housekeeping department a Baptist two sons, James A Honshul of Jessamine Michael Honshul of Richmond; daughter, Regina C Stone, Garrard ; brother, Herman Gordon Graham, Marietta, GA; Mrs Norma Sue Hall, Madison ; three at am , August at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Rev Harry Revel Burial Spring Hill Cemetery William Kevin Graham, John Everett Graham, James Lunsford, Michael Martin, Russell Tracy and Peter Poersch Visitation topm and afteram at the home Thu Aug WARREN BRADLEY Warren Fredrick "Skip" Bradley,of North Main Street, Lawrenceburg, Monday, August at his residence born March Aberdeen Maryland, the son Lonard and Edith Bedford Bradley an employee Reliance Electric, Inc, and for Shryock’s Bourbon Shoppe Lawrenceburg He attended Appalachian State University on a football scholarship and ator Junior College an avid musician and song writer his of years, Lisa Elliott Bradley, ly of Mercer ; a son, Nathan Elliott Bradley, Lawrenceburg; two , Jenna Leigh Bradey, Lawrenceburg, and Diane Camille "Callie" Bradley, Manassas, VA He by a Kathy A service atpm , August at the Ritchie-Peach-Todd Home Lawrenceburg There no visitation Contributions are to the American Cancer Society, c/o Shirley Hoskins, Saffell St, Lawrenceburg, KY Thu Aug MAL BRUNER Mal Bruner,of Heritage Hall Care Center, ly of Highland Drive, Lawrenceburg, Monday, August at Heritage Hall A Mercer native, Thomas Jackson and Margaret Nolan Bruner a cab driver with the Manley Cab Company and a Shawnee Run Baptist Church two , Janette Wilson, LaGrange, and Kay Fint, Lawrenceburg; a brother, Cal Bruner, Liberty; seven , great and five great great by a daughter, Peggy Campbell, a granddaughter, Robin Jones, a great granddaughter, Janice Renee Jones and several brothers and s at pm , August at the Ritchie-Peach-Todd Home with Bro Dennis Norton Burial will be Spring Hill Cemetery grandsons Honorary bearers great grandsons Visitation topm and afteram Thu Aug BOBBIE LINDSEY Bobbie Jean Lindsey, of Gritton Road, Salvisa, Tuesday, August at her residence Born January Lexington, s daughter of Ailene Bussell Whalen, Salvisa, and the William O Whalen Sr She had as a data entry operator for GTE Telephone company and was a Broadway Baptist Church Lexington , addition to her mother, include: her , Jackie Lindsey, Salvisa; brother, William Whalen Jr, Salvisa; two s, Doris Knox, and Brenda Evans, Salvisa at pm Friday, August at the Ransdell chapel with George Dye Burial Spring Hill Cemetery Allen Lindsey, Mike Lindsey, David Evans, R D King, Emmitt Brock and James Lake are to Heritage Hospice, PO Box Danville, KY Visitation topm and after am Friday at the chapel Thu Aug MAE HUNGATE Mae B Hungate,of Rose Hill, Tuesday, August at the Haggin Born ember s daughter Clay D and Pearl Stratton Camic S widow of Lon Hungate a seamstress for Cricketeer Manufacturing and was a of the Fellowship Baptist Church She also as a craftsman at Old Fort Harrod State Park for years three , Ruby Cloyd and Louise Lyons, both of Anna Stevens, Lexington; son, James Donald Brown, Shelbyville; two brothers, Clifton Camic, Anderson and J C Camic, Louisville; five s, Goldie Beasley and Susie Cox, both of Anderson Ruby Robinson, Ramsey, IN, Pauline Kirby, Louisville, Margie Perry, Waddy; , great and four great great She by a brother, Roy Camic at am , August at the Ransdell Chapel, with James Harley Burial Spring Hill Cemetery Jarrod Sims, Jason Phillips, Charlie Stinnett, John Michael Brown, Duston Cole, Scott Nation and Tyler Nation are to the Gideon Bible Fund Visitation at the chapel topm , and after : am Thu Aug VIRGIL WHEELER Virgil Wheeler,of Old Lexington Road, Garrard August at James B Haggin Born ember W H And Dora Underwood Wheeler a carpenter and a farmer son, Donald Ray Wheeler, Jessamine ; four , Wanda Wheeler, Lancaster, Diana Adams, Bonnie Ferioli, Lexington, and Marsha O’Conner, Burnside; three s, Edith Knight Ross, Ruth Jean Preston, Lancaster and Geneva Roundtree, Lexington; seven and two great were held Friday, August at the Betts and West Home, Lancaster, with Rev Russell Puckett Thus Sep (Photo MARIE SHEWMAKER Mary Frances "Marie" Ellis Shewmaker,of Cane Run Street, , August at her residence Born July s daughter Elwood Lee and Katherine McFarland Ellis owner and operator Antique Mall, a Christian Church and the Bethany Sunday School Class her , C M Shewmaker Jr, ; two sons, Tony E Shewmaker and Calvin M Shewmaker III, both of ; daughter, Linda Shewmaker Hood, ; three brothers, James Ellis, Mercer Horace Ellis, and Elwood Ellis Jr, Lakeland, FL; Viola Ellis Castleberry, Adel, GA; six were Saturday, August at the McClellan Home by Dr David Hartman with burial Spring Hill Cemetery were Adam Shewmaker, Bentley Shewmaker, Blake Shewmaker, Daniel Mays, Matt Falcone, and Dr LeMayne Ellis are to The Christian Church Foundation Fund, PO BoxKY or Heritage Hospice, West Broadway, Danville, KY Thu Sep, LISA FORD Woman Dies In Car Crash A woman was killed an automobile accident on August riding as a passenger a vehicle involved a three-car collision Lisa Carol Ford, of was killed instantly when the car she was riding in, driven by Alejandra Marales of Perryville, was struck the passenger door by a car driven by Robert L Stone, of Springfield According to reports the State Police, Marales was traveling east on US miles west of Danville when she apparently lost control of her car, driving into the path of Stone’s westbound vehicle After Stone’s car struck Marales's car on the passenger side, the car following Stone, driven by Judy Tharp,of Bradfordsville, struck Marales's car on the driver’s side Ford was pronounced dead at the scene accident Marales, Stone and a passenger, James Stone, were all transported to Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center According to police reports, Marales was charged with having no operator’s license, no insurance and failure to wear seat belts Stone was charged with driving on a suspended licenseFord was the daughter of Sedesia and Jerry Ford of She is also survived by two sons and Her took place at the First Baptist Church Danville on August buried the Maple Grove Cemetery (- - LISA FORD Lisa Carol Ford, Arden St, Tuesday, August as the result of an automobile accident Born February Mercer s daughter of Sederia and Jerry Ford an employee of Arby’s and a of Bethel Baptist Church , addition to her parents, include: two sons, Andrew Thomas Ford Stevens and Adrian Scott Ford Stevens; Kecha Baldwin; Betty Walker, were held Saturday, August at First Baptist Church Danville with Rev J L Buckner and Rev R Hill Maple Grove Cemetery were Kenny Stevens, Eric Baldwin, Chris Ford, Eric Walker, Curt Dawson, and Fronsea Ford Thu Sep WINFIELD GABHART Winfield Scott Gabhart, Aspen Hall Drive, Friday, August at his residence Born August Dr Winfield Scott and Marie Jameson Gabhart A lawyer, farmer and antique show manager, he was a graduate of Centre College, where he was a of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity and a graduate University of Louisville School of Law a and elder New Providence Presbyterian Church his , Nancy Milby Gabhart, ; two , Nancy Jameson Middleton, New York City and Stonington, CT, and Elizabeth Tannon, Louisville; two by a Lucille Huddleston were Monday, August at the McClellan Home by Rev Guy Newland, Rev John Duncan, and Rev Jon Jones Spring Hill Cemetery were Bill Lively, Bill Curry, Tom Moore, Charlie Burton, Brent Drury, Harold Lanham and Dr Rick Angel The family requests that lieu of flowers, contributions be given to Heritage Hospice, W Broadway, Danville, KY or to the New Providence Presbyterian Church Organ Fund Thu Sep JAMES TEATER James Oran Teater,of Pleasant Hill Drive, Burgin, Friday, August at the Garrard Born June Mercer Ezra and Rose Shewmaker Teater He for years the purchasing department of Corning glass, Inc and was a co-owner of Yesterday Antiques Burgin a veteran US Coast Guard, an elder at Burgin Christian Church, and a Burgin Lions Club his , Dolores Perkins Teater, Burgin; two , Mrs Mike (Lisa Miller, Nicholasville and Mrs Kenneth (Linda Matlock, Somerville, SC; four and great grandchild were held Monday, August at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Rev Mark Caldwell-Reiss Spring Hill Cemetery were Carl Leonard, Bill Breeden, Don Comer, Robert D Thompson, Lee Sharp and Curtis Bailey contributions are to the Burgin Christian Church Thu Sep MARY WASH Mary Alyce Wash, of Saturday, August at the Haggin Extended Care Born July s daughter Robert Edward and Garna Marshall Royalty Currens and was the widow of T A Wash as licensed practical nurse for Haggin and was a Baptist Church, the Women's Missionary Society, The Historical Society, the Women's Club and the LPN Association three nieces, Anne G Clark, Louisville; Betty C Morton, TN, Patsy C Johnson, FL; two nephews, W E "Woody" Currens, Louisville and David Currens, FL; a cousin, Grace Champion, Mercer ; -in-law, Ora Currens, FL; nine great nieces and three great nephews were held Tuesday, August at the Ransdell Chapel with Rick Snyder Spring Hill Cemetery were John R Clark, Woody E Currens, David Quinn, Charles Hatcher, Eric Arms, and Charles Copeland are to the Haggin Extended Care, Linden Avenue, KY or to the Baptist Church, Main Street, KY Thu Sep RAYMOND VANARSDALL Raymond Vanarsdall, of Greenville Street, Friday, August at his residence Born Mercer Campbell and Mattie Randolph Vanarsdall Mrs Elsie Pinkston, ; and five nieces by Ethel Peavler, and brother, Cloyd Vanarsdall Graveside were Sunday, August at Spring Hill Cemetery, with Dr Robert DeFoor Alexander and Royalty Home charge of Thu Sep CLARENCE CORNELIUS Clarence William Cornelius,of Whippoorwill Lane, Middleburg, FL, Sunday, August at his residence Born February James W Cornelius, Sr and Sara Lively Cornelius of a auto body repairman and a Baptist Church , addition to his mother, include: his , Frances Dean Cornelius, Middleburg, FL; son, Clarence "Bill" Cornelius II, Middleburg, Fl; two , Mrs Terry (Sheryl Royalty and Mrs Donnie (Kathy Hatter, both of Mercer ; two brothers, Dr Fred Cornelius, Murray, Dr David Lee Cornelius, Spokane, WA; two s, Mrs Bill (Marie Cooper, and Mrs Richard (Donna Elliot, Whitesburg; nine and two great by a brother, James Cornelius, Jr at am , at the Ransdell Chapel with Rev Jack Geurin and Dr Robert DeFoor Burial Spring Hill Cemetery Kenny Shackelford, Stanley Shackelford, Buddy Coomer, Jeff Coomer, Steve Yeager and Doug Cooper Visitation afterpm Thu Sep MILITARY RITES Douglas Laws Post #American Legion, Post #VFW and DAV Post # Military Rites for Albert Morris Robertson at Spring Hill Cemetery on August Those attending were Roy Freeman, Howard Howells, Willie Gritton, Tom Lane, Louis Ransdell, Harold Ackerman, Henry Pulliam, Lucian Landers, Marion Mershon Jerry Freeman served as bugler Thu Sep WILLIAM LAMBLEY William "Bill" Lambley,Tulsa, OK, Monday, August at St John Medical Center Tulsa Born August Avon Park, FL, of Eugene H and Marilynn Crawford Lambley He had served the US Marine Corps and was a of St Paul’s United Methodist Church of Tulsa president and founder of Alternative Labor Resource, Inc of Tulsa his parents, Tulsa, OK; his , Patricia "Patty" Holderman-Lambley, daughter Thomas and Virginia Smith Holderman and step daughter of Nellie Robinson Holderman of Salvisa; and a son, Rand Michael Lambley, both of Tulsa by a daughter, Cherie Leann Lambley were Cheesie MacIntosh, Delbert Trotter, Bill Fyffe, Don Harding, Tony Haney, Larry Brown and Jeff Lewis were held , at St Paul’s United Methodist Church Tulsa with Rev Rex Wilkes Park Cemetery Tulsa Moore Memory Chapel, Tulsa, was charge of Thu Sep WILLIAM SNIPES William Stanley Snipes, of Niantic, Connecticut, ly of East Hartford, Monday, July at the West Haven Veterans include two s, Mildred Pierre of West Hartford and Anna J Sallee of by five brothers and s Graveside were held on Friday, July at Veterans Field Hillside Cemetery East Hartford, CT Thu Sep EVELYN COLVIN Evelyn Cocanougher Colvin, of Meadow Lane, Springfield, Saturday, August at the Health Care Center Born January Washington s daughter Henry Clarence and Cassie Young VanDyke a Springfield Baptist Church and a personnel director Cowden Manufacturing Company Springfield include a step-son, Mike Colvin of Springfield, two s, Mrs Mike (Dorothy Sloan of Louisville and Mrs Donald (Barbara Bottom of Mt Washington; five step She by her first , Herman Cocanougher, her second , J R Colvin, a Irene Brady, and a brother, Charles William VanDyke were held Monday, August at the Carey and Son Home, Springfield, with Rev Bland Mason the Bethlehem Cemetery were Mike Colvin, Mike Riney, Mitchell Reynolds, Kenneth Davis, Bob Walker and Jeff Tingle Thu Sep CLARENCE SIMS Mr Clarence William Sims,of Hamilton, OH, , August at his residence A native of Mercer of Clinton and Hazel Kurtz Sims employed as a truck driver for the Kroger Company for years, retiring in a of First Millville Baptist Church where he served as a Deacon and Trustee include, his , Norma Louise, who he married June Burgin; three , Wanda Louise (Glenn Peavler, Debra Jean Sims and Kimberly Anne Sims, both of Hamiton, OH; two brothers, Clinton Sims, JrFrankfort, and Hollie J Sims, ; Margaret Camden, ; two and two great were held , at the Weigel Home, Hamilton, OH, with Rev David Reynolds and Rev Richard McGuire Burial and graveside at am at Rose Hill Burial Park are to The Lottie Moon Missionary Offering, care of First Millville Baptist Church, Millville-Oxford Road, Hamilton, OH Thu Sep MILDRED TAYLOR Mildred Carter Watts Taylor,of Falcon Street, Tuesday, August at the James B Haggin Born Mercer s daughter Lee Hardin and Ruth Gritton Watts S widow of Bertie Taylor a homemaker and a of Bohon Church of Christ two sons, William C Taylor, Mercer Steven Douglas Taylor, ; four step sons, Bruce Taylor, Buford Taylor and William D Taylor, Mercer and Charlie Taylor, Lexington; two , Rita Kay Durr, Mercer Connie Gail Bivins, ; brother, Allin Watts, ; Mary Katherine Russell, ; two grandsons She by: stepson, Owen Taylor; three s, Leona Watts Barr, Edna Watts and Pauline Watts Bugg; half Elverine Van Pelt; nephew, Bobby Watts Friday, at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro Kenneth Preston Burial the Berea Christian Church Cemetery Visitation ; topm and afteram Friday Thu Sep CLOVIS ROBINSON Clovis Preston Robinson, of Ruth Ann Robinson, Redding Road, Lexington, Monday, August at St Joseph Born Anderson Homer G and Patsy Poulter Robinson a advertising executive with the Lexington Herald-Leader for years He received his education at the University of Maryland and the University of a Park United Methodist Church, their administrative board and board of trustees, and also a Lexington Advertising Federation an army veteran of World War II Other a daughter, Mary Elizabeth Robinson, Philadelphia; son, David Preston (Anne Robinson, Portland, ME; Oneeta Robinson Searcy, Louisville; aunt, Mary E Gray, ; grandchild were , at W R Milward Mortuary-Southland, by Rev Michael Allen and Dr Thomas Ditto Committal were held Friday at Spring Hill Cemetery Honorary pallbearers were David L Brain, Richard Doughty, Craig Foster, Sterling Gregory, William Hornbeck, James W Kidwell, Robert Marcum, and s Mathews Class and the Open Door Class are to the endowment fund of Park United Methodist Church, Lexington, or to the Methodist Children’s Home, Versailles ALBERT PHILLIPS Albert Phillips, of Schenkel Lane, Frankfort, Sunday, at the Veterans Administration Medical Center, Cooper Drive, Lexington A native of Mercer David W and Mattie Kurtz Phillips a employee Franklin Board of Education Margaret Dryden Phillips, Frankfort; two sons, Michael L And Tim L Phillips, both of Frankfort; two s, Ruth Grider, Lexington, Lena Sims, ; four brothers, David Phillips, Stanley Phillips, Lawrenceburg, Carl Phillips, Lexington, and Raymond Phillips, Dearborn, MI; daughter-in-law, Connie Phillips, Frankfort; three grandsons by two s, Lela Phillips and Sarah Hall, and a brother, Alvin Phillips were held , at Sunset Home, Versailles Road, Frankfort, with Rev Eugene Figge were Ronnie Sims, Donnie Sims, Bobby Phillips, Carl Phillips Jr, Danny Grider and Clarence Phillips BEULAH HENDREN Beulah Mae Isham Hendren,of Main Street, Mackville, Monday, August at the University of Louisville A native of Washington she was born October to the Walter and Flora Boswell Isham a Willisburg Church of Christ and a nurse at the James B Haggin her , Ray Hendren, whom she married January ; one son, J W (Linda Hendren, Mackville; daughter, Joyce (Donald "Buddy" Smith, ; two s, Katie McCrystal and Ethel Russell, both of ; six , great , great great grandson She by a son, Billy Ray Hendren; two , Flora Mae Hendren and Wanda Lee Hendren; brother, William Isham were held , at the Carey and Son Home Springfield, with Bro Forest Morris and Bro Burnice Richardson the Battle Cemetery were Tim Smith, Mark Smith, Tony Smith, Ricky Hendren, Michael Stumph and Matthew Stumph Thu Sep HARRIET POWELL Harriet "Sitty" Russell Powell, ageof Spring Creek Drive, Lexington, Sunday, at the Hospice Care Center of St Joseph A native of Louisville, s daughter Harry Joseph Russell and Harriet Alexander Russell S widow of Lynn G Powell Jr a graduate of High School, the University ofwas a of Kappa Alpha Theta, Past President of Pan-Hellenic, and was the band sponsor for the UK Marching Band an honorary Colonel, of Spindletop Hall, life of the UK Alumni Association and a elementary school teacher a Episcopal Church Good Shepherd Lexington two , Harriet Donohue and Mary Lockett Ranft, both of Lexington; two sons, Donald Joseph Donohue III, Ormond Beach, FL, and Michael Ward Donohue, Spring, TX; step-son, Patrick Edward Powell, St John’s Island, SC She by a brother, Joe Russell Graveside at am , Spring Hill Cemetery with Rev Joan A Smith and Rev Les Rust Alex Russell, John Russell, Art Ranft, Bill Hanna, Joe Brummett, and Bill Lively Honorary bearers C D Barnes, John Webb, Floyd Gordon, and Jim Sanders contributions are to Hospice Bluegrass, Lexington, KY Visitation topm at McClellan Home Thu Sep MICHAEL CANNON Michael Stuart Cannon, of Hwy South, , at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Danville Born October Danville, of Edith Jewell Lamb Cannon, Danville, and the Ernest Lee Cannon He as a heavy equipment operator for Willmott Construction Co, and was a Mitchellsburg Baptist Church , addition to his mother, include: his , Emily Carol Tatum Cannon, ; son, Joshua Lee Cannon, ; daughter, Hallie Denise Cannon, ; Wanda Jo Harness, Crab Orchard were held Friday, at the Ransdell Chapel, with Dr Robert DeFoor Spring Hill Cemetery were Chris Cannon, Mike Russell, Tony Anderson, Jimmy Cloyd, Greg Boynton and Tommy Floyd are to the American Cancer Society, PO Box KY Thu Sep ROBERT KURTZ Robert F Kurtz,of Cincinnati, OH, ly of , Born May of Lula Hurst Kurtz and the Charles Kurtz educated the Winton Place Schools Cincinnati and was employed as a Tech Specialist for Provident Bank for years, retiring on April an army veteran Korean Conflict , addition to his mother, include: his , Barbara Zinsle Kurtz; one daughter, Linda Mattingly; son, Joseph Kurtz; son-in-law, Bob Mattingly; daughter-in-law, Shaune Kurtz; two s, Elsie Culbertson and Evelyn Kurtz; three by a brother, Joe Kurtz; two s, Mary Alice Kurtz and Helen Dressel were held Saturday, at the Paul R Young Home, Hamilton Ave, Cincinnati, OH donations are to Make A Wish Foundation Thu Sep RUEL WILHAM Ruel Philip Wilham, of Mackville Road, was found dead Friday, at his residence Born March Mercer Rufus L and Helen Alderson Carr Wilham a employee of Hall Mack Company, a Baptist, an avid Rook player and a Checker champion son, Philip Bradley (Chassady Wilham; two , Mrs Bill Todd (Roxana Myrick and Mrs Dale (Lorraine Sue Myrick, all of Cairo, GA; brother, Paul Lee Wilham, Mercer ; Nancy Carrol Wilham Hardy, ; eight and great grandchild by a brother, Eddy William Wilham were Monday, at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro Bobby Logue Honorary pallbearers were John Baker, Viola K Baugh, Pauline Wilham, Nancy Hardy, Stella Quinn and Philip Wilham Thu Sep WILLIAM COMBS William Burton Combs, of Longview St, Friday, at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Danville Born July Mercer William Edward and Ophelia Crossfield Combs and was the widower of Zelma Robinson Combs a farmer and a Bohon Road Baptist Church three sons, David B, Henry E and Darrell L Combs, all of ; three , Juanita Wiley, Reva Joye Murphy and Bonnie Lee Rightmyer, both of Danville; Louise Stopher, ; , fourteen great and great great grandchild by two children, Billy Norman Combs and Marla Karen Howard were held Monday, at the Ransdell Chapel, with Rev Ken Calia the Ebenezer Cemetery were Shane Newby, Allen Harlow, Tony Robinson, Dale Cinnamon, David Cinnamon and Keith Combs Honorary bearers were Eddie and Chip Combs, Brian Murphy and Chris Howard are to the American Heart Association, PO Box Burgin KY or the Gideon Bible Fund Thu Sep LORRAINE HOSELTON Lorraine J Hoselton,of Chenoa, IL, Saturday, at the OSF St James Pontiac, IL Born October Mercer s daughter Charles Parker and Dovie Hardin Jenkins S widow of Lewis James Hoselton two , Bonnie L (Mark Boulware, Chenoa, IL and Cindy L (Daniel Ramsey, Pontiac, IL; son, Charles L (Nina Hoselton, Fairbury, IL; four s, Hattie Reed, Danville, Lucille Jenkins, Stanford, Edith Nowlin, and Margaret Lester, both of ; four brothers, James Jenkins, Lexington, Buford and Elmer Jenkins, both of Stanford, and Earl Jenkins, Frankfort; nine She by two brothers and two s at pm, at the Duffy-Pils Home, Chenoa, IL with Rev Robert A Adolopelxel II Burial the Chenoa Cemetery are to the Susan G Komien Foundation Visitation topm at the home Thu Sep DONNA ROBINSON Donna Gay Robinson, Votaw Road, Monday, on Mann’s Road as a result of an automobile accident Born April Danville, s daughter Donald McClure Hampton and Mayola Irene Hampton, Savannah, GA a homemaker her , James Edwin Robinson, ; two sons, John Curtney and Joshua Henry Deering, Lebanon; two , Laura Sheryl Louise and Rhiannon McClure Deering, Lebanon; step son, James Edwin Robinson II, Danville; half-brother, Donnie Hampton, ; Jamie Redmon, ; a step father, Daniel H Feldman at am , at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro Donald Litteral Burial in Spring Hill Cemetery John Allen Rogers, Troy Abbot, Lynn Redmon, Jeff Yates, Pat Rice and Jimmy Gamble Honorary bearers Donnie Hampton and Michael Hagen Lannum Visitation , topm and afteram Thu Sep DONNA ROBINSON Car Wreck Results Fatality A woman was killed Monday a one-vehicle accident on Mann's Road (KY Mrs Donna Gay Robinson, of Votaw Rd, was pronounced dead at approximately pm at the scene accident Robinson was traveling north on Mann's Road, when she lost control of her Ford Probe a curve The car then traveled over an embankment, struck a tree and overturned, according to a report State Police Trooper M E Young Robinson's , James Edwin Robinson, was a passenger the automobile, but no injuries were reported Seat belts were not use by either party Mrs Robinson, daughter of Mayola Irene Hampton of Savannah, GA, and the Donald McClure Hampton, had two sons, John Courtney and Joshua Henry Deering, and two , Laura Sheryl Louise and Rhiannon McClure Deering BARBARA BEASLEY Barbara Jean Beasley,of Wheeler Avenue, Louisville, Monday, at her residence Born April Washington s daughter William Wilcher and Leunia Gertrude Houchin Beasley a nurse’s aide and a of Bethel Baptist Church two sons, Doug Beasley, Olney, IL and Stephen F Gibson, Lexington; three , Cindy K Hawkins, Louisville, Kimberly Rae Cox and Loretta Lee Lewis, both of ; two brothers, James Beasley, Batesville, IN and Mutt Beasley, ; and six great She by two brothers, Bud and Alonzo Beasley, and daughter, Teresa Lynn Long at , at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Rev Mark Webb and James Long Burial will be the Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery Frank Thorberry, Roger Coleman, Tuan Van, Bobby Cox, Bobby Lynn Cox, and Tom Berryman Visitation topm and afteram Thu Sep JOHN SLUSHER John Slusher,of Center Street, Lawrenceburg, Saturday, , at the Frankfort Regional Medical Center Born July Texas, Joe and Elaine Slusher a coal miner Leatherwood, and a United Mine Workers Union his , Betty Joyce Lane Slusher, Lawrenceburg; on daughter, Carol June Asbury, Reno, NV; two grandsons by a son, Harold Eugene Slusher were held Tuesday, at the Ritchie-Peach-Todd Home Lawrenceburg, with Bro Bob C Jones and Bro Greg Burton Spring Hill Cemetery were John David Lane, Bentley Lane, Larry Lane, Jimmy Lane and Dr Clifton Drury Contributions are to the Lawrenceburg First Baptist Church, North Main Street, Lawrenceburg, KY Thu Sep WILLIAM PREWITT William B Prewitt,of Carlisle, ly of Bourbon Monday, at the Winchester Manor Nursing Home A native of Montgomery William and Sophie Wilson Prewitt a fork lift operator the Lexington Bluegrass Army Depot and a veteran Korean War a of Spears Mill Baptist Church his , Edna Bruner Prewitt, Carlisle; three sons, William Bryan (Sherry Prewitt III, Lexington; Robert Buchanan (Jeannine Prewitt, Washington David Allen Prewitt, Carlise; daughter, Delila Ann Bruner, Carlisle; six brothers, Gatesby Prewitt, Albert Prewitt, Tommy Prewitt, all of Mt Sterling, Roger Prewitt, Jeffersonville; Strauter Prewitt, Lexington, and Davis Prewitt, IL; eight s, Emma Prewitt, Owingsville, Bertha Wallace, Hillsboro, Bettye Soper, Millersburg, Bernice McCall, Winchester, Lillie Roberts, MD and Jane Martin, Mt Sterling, Eileen Culbertson, Lexington, Anna Wills, ; two , at am at the Lusk-McFarland Home by Rev Lowell Rice Burial the Camp Nelson National Cemetery at Visitation topm at the home Thu Sep BERNARD CLOYD Bernard E Cloyd, Zorn Avenue, Louisville, , at Baptist East, Louisville Born Mercer October Earl C and Ora Huff Cloyd a Navy veteran of World War II, a pharmaceutical salesman and a of St Leonard's Catholic Church Louisville his , Marjorie Anderson Cloyd, Louisville; son, Keith Bernard Cloyd, New Orleans, LA; two brothers, Buford Cloyd, Ft Myers, FL and Bob Cloyd, Dayton, OH; Anne Cloyd Biernacki, Huber Heights, OH A mass was held on Saturday, at St Andrew Catholic church with Fr Joseph Muench Spring Hill Cemetery were Jeff Middaugh, Bill Huff, Scotty Huff, John Biernacki, Connie Ellis and Michael Murphy contributions are to the American Diabetes Association, W Main Street, Suite Louisville, KY McClellan Home was charge of Thu Sep MARGIE MURPHY Margie Warner Murphy, of Salvisa, ly of Washington , the emergency room James B Haggin Born July Washington s daughter Meredith and Susie Coulter Warner a Thompsonville Baptist Church and a employee of Florida Tile her , Cecil Murphy, Salvisa; five , Mrs Steven (Sandra Brown, Salvisa; Mrs Ronnie (Charlotte Hood, Springfield, Mrs Richard (Debbie Sparrow and Mrs Gary (Theresa Crank, both of Mrs Wesley (Marie Williams, Perryville; two s, Mrs Annie Yaste and Mrs Lettie Hardin, both of Willisburg; three brothers, Gus Wohner, Mackville, W R Wohner and Bobby Warner, both of Springfield; , five great , four step She by two s; Ruby Cheser and Irene Settles; five brothers, Morris Warner, J Norris Warner, Granville Warner, Raymond Warner and Frank Warner were held Friday, at the Carey and Son Home with Rev George Dye and Rev Glenn Daugherty the Evergreen Cemetery, Willisburg were Richard Sparrow, Wesley Williams, Steve Brown, Ronnie Hood, Gary Crank and Ronnie Dewayne Hood Honorary bearers were Earl Denny, Ricky Sparrow, Jess Williams, Austin Williams, Travis Sparrow, Gary Crank Jr, Billy Crank, Cory Walker, Bobby McCoun, Troy Smith and Jennifer Hood EVA ADAMS Eva Croxton Adams, of New Castle, Sunday at her residence a daughter of Beulah P Croxton and the Forest William Croxton a Eminence Baptist Church her , Jessie Robert Adams, New Castle; two , Mrs Joe (Vickie Ballard, Debbie McKinney, New Castle; two sons, Donald Ray Adams, LaGrange, Earl Wayne Adams, Campbellsburg; Mrs Patsy Lucas, Eminence; and six great were held , at the Prewitt New Castle Home with Rev Michael Duncan Eminence Cemetery were Dwight Hardin, Dean Hardin, Gary Lucas, Steve Lucas, David Young, and John Jaegere Honorary bearers were and great contributions are to the Eminence Baptist Church Thu Sep GREGORY COPP Gregory Whitcomb Copp, , the Parkview , Fort Wayne, IN Born Peru, IN on July of Miriam Ellers Copp and the Harold Copp A graduate of Columbia City High School, he attended and was valedictorian at Northwood Institute, West Baden He received a Bachelor of Arts degree Indiana University, Bloomington, and a Master’s degree Purdue University, West Lafayette English He also was awarded a Juris Doctor degree Valparaiso University He was on the editorial staff law school newspaper a practicing attorney Columbia City, IN and he was a Whitley and Indiana Bar Association He had served as Public Defender Prior to that, he had as a journalist to In -he spent days the Soviet Union and wrote a week-long series of front page articles on the trip for the News-Sentinel regional correspondent for Whitley - During years writing for the Columbia City Post and Commercial-Mail, he was farm editor, wire news editor, general news reporter, editorial writer and sports editor He received United Press International Indiana Newspaper Awards, including first editorial writing and a First Presbyterian Church, where he sang the choir and taught the adult Sunday School class his mother, Miriam Copp, ly of Columbia City,; two brothers, Rev Jeffrey Copp, Richland, PA, Michael Copp, Columbia City; two s, Linda Weinbaum, Elizabeth City, NC, Elizabeth Beiersdorfer, Sunman, IN were held Sunday, Columbia City United Methodist Church, Columbia City, IN the South Park Annex Cemetery contributions are to the Gregory Whitcomb Copp Scholarship Fund, c/o Whitley Community Foundation Thu Sep BENIE PREWITT Benie C Prewitt,of Chestnut Street, Danville, , at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Danville Born Mercer s daughter William Thomas and Rosie Lee Robinson Prewitt S widow of Zelbert Thomas Prewitt a employee of Corning Glass Danville, and a First Baptist Church include her niece, Mrs Levi (Agnes Lay of and her nephew, Bill Wickersham (Joyce of New Salisbury, IN; two were held Monday, at Preston-Pruitt Home in Danville, by Dr J Timothy Mathis Bellevue Cemetery were Luke Lovell, Mark Goggans, John Barber, Timothy Lawyer, Glenn Fugate and Robert Baker Honorary bearers were Frank Prewitt, J T Goggans, Henry Lovell, Albert Prewitt Jr, Teague Sims, Jim Barber and Jeff Barber are to First Baptist Church Missions Thu Sep TERRY BOSWELL Terry Boswell, of Villa Hills, at her residence A native of Louisville, she was born January to Jim and Eva Morrison of TN a musician and a Baptist her , Jeff Boswell, ly of ; son, Andrew Byrne and a brother Tim Morrison were held Monday, at the Linneman Home Erlanger the Mackville Cemetery Thu Sep EDWARD TURPIN Edward A Turpin,of Catlett Lane, Monday, at the James B Haggin Born July Woodford George Washington and Della Baxter Turpin a service manager for Coca-Cola after years and was a Perryville Church of God his , Gladys Preston Turpin, Mercer ; four sons, Buddy, Jimmy, Scotty and Deron Turpin, all of Mercer ; two , Brenda Jones and Regina Turpin, both of Mercer ; three brothers, Lawton Turpin, Boyle Hubert Turpin, and Estell Turpin, Mercer ; five s, Hazel Rogers and Lucille West, both of Boyle ; Lula Lister, Shelbyville, Mabel Lechock, and Mildred Reynolds, Boyle ; , six great were held , at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro Sam Irvin, Dr Robert DeFoor and Rick Snyder the Parksville Cemetery were Joey Turpin, Chris Turpin, Darrell Jones, Ben Pierce, Nathan Bottoms and Dustin McLemore Honorary bearers were Justin Dorsey, Wess Boyd, Mike Vandivier, Terry Justice, Scott Perry, Jason Tapscott, Jim Peavley, Lynn Moss, and Glenn Ryan Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to the Perryville Church of God, Catlett Lane, KY Thu Sep HARRY STERLING Sr for Harry S Sterling Sr, ly of are scheduled for am Saturday, the Burgess Chapel of Oxley-Heard Home Fernandina Beach, FL Additional at Asbury Methodist Church Crisfield, MD, on Monday, at am with Rev Harry Sterling, Jr Thu Sep JUDIE SMITH Judie Lane Smith,of Maple Hill Road, Monday, at her residence Born May Estill s daughter of Hattie Johnson of and the Shiloh Gamble She had been a nurses aide for years and most recently was employed by Homestead Nursing Home Lexington , addition to her mother, include: her , Paul Lee Smith, ; three , Jennifer Smith and Melissa Ann Howard, both of Lexington, and Janice Sue Perry, Frankfort; two sons, Billy Ray Smith Jr, Nicholasville, Dennis Lee Smith, Georgetown; four s, Peggy Wilson, Lexington, Edith McCarty, Nicholasville, Linda Holman, and Wanda Bowles, Irvine; brother, Marvin Gamble, Lexington; nine and one great grandson She by a brother, Shiloh "Pete" Gamble at pm , at Sunset Home, Versailles Road, Frankfort Burial Sunset Gardens Carl Perry, Shawn Gamble, Kenny Mills, Bernie Howard, Tim Davis, Ison, Donald Gene "Junior" Holman, Marvin Wilson and Charles McCarty Visitation am untilpm at the Home Thu Sep FAYE RILEY Faye Riley, of Mooreland Avenue, , at the Health Care Center Born April Washington she was a homemaker S widow of Edgar Riley nine , Troy Sanders, Dwight Sanders, Danville, Mickey Carpenter, Hamilton, OH, Marsha (Penny Sanders, Burgin, Kayla Murphy, Georgetown, Constance Sanders, Lexington, Kathy Sanders, Clearwater, FL, Brenda Carpenter of Covington, and Jackie Coleman, Lexington; several great She by two , Christine Foreman and Dorothy Chelf; son, Pete Sanders were held Friday, at the Alexander and Royalty Home with T Henry Johnson Spring Hill Cemetery Thu Sep MARJORIE DEAN Marjorie "Peggy" Dean,of New Dixville Road, , at the Central Baptist Lexington Born July Corning, NY, s daughter Donald and Marjorie Hartman Dunning a employee of Wal-Mart and attended Fellowship Baptist Church her , Snider Dean, ; two sons, Donald Robert Dean, Knoxville, PA and Larry Dale Dean, ; two , Sherri Lynn Dean Ritchie, Margate, FL and Gina Marie Dean, ; four brothers, Butch Dunning, Salvisa, Bobby Dunning, Versailles, David Dunning, Mercer and Tony Dunning, ; three s, Donna McGinnis and Jackie Burke, both of Mercer Lindia Devine, Willisburg; eight were held Saturday, at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro James Harley Spring Hill Cemetery were Jeff Estes, Bradley Dunning, Eddie McGinnis, Brent McGinnis, Billy Dean and Todd Cheatham Honorary bearers were David Dunning, Dustin Dunning, Keith Dunning, Kevin Dunning, Donald Keith Burke, and Jeremy Dunning Thu Sep JESSE YOUNG Jesse Lee Young,of Halls Gap, , at the Patti A Clay Richmond Born May Paint Lick, Elmer and Lillie Hale Young a farmer and a Mt Moriah Christian Church his , Dorothy Gerkey Young, Halls Gap; son, Dudley Keith Young, Stanford; two , Joyce Holloway, Stanford and Shirley Peck, Halls Gap; three brothers, Elmer Young Jr, Waynesburg, Marvin W Young, Somerset, and William Sexton, ; Irene Fields, Lancaster; five and four great by a brother, Bobby Gene Young; three s, Lola Bea Miracle, Ottie Mae Gerkey and Dorothy Ramey s were held Sunday, at the Fox Home Stanford with Bro Rob Cox and Virgil Horseman Mt Moriah Cemetery Highland contributions are to Heritage Hospice of Danville Thu Sep WILLIAM HOUCHIN William Burnett "Pete" Houchin,of Runyon Rd, Friday, at the Health Care Center Born June Mt Eden, John and Mona Temple Houchin the widower of Ruby Lorena Hughes Houchin owner of Sandusky Mill and Houchin Trucking Co a of the Christian Church where he served as deacon and was a of the Kiwanis Club son, Gary (Carol Houchin, ; granddaughter, Julie Peavler, ; grandson, Brian Houchin, Nashville, TN; great grandchild Graveside and burial were held Sunday, at Spring Hill Cemetery with Dr David Hartman were Tebbs S Moore, Joe Stevens, Ronnie Young, Harold Baker, Jr, Dr Don Notter, Don Billy Yates, Mark Yates, John Mattingly, Will Dedman and Raj Laungani are to the Christian Church "Find Us Faithful Renovation Fund," Main Street, KY Ransdell Chapel was charge of Thu Sep RICHARD CONOVER Richard Conover, Perryville St, Sunday, at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Born June Dr Peter Harlan and Lura Smith Conover and the widower of Joyce McFatridge Conover Corning Glass Works and a veteran US Navy where he was a signalman, serving the South Pacific during World War II three , Mrs Debra Conover Catlett, Mrs Kimberly Conover Soroken, Nicholasville, Cynthia Conover, Danville; five by a brother, Wilbur Conover at pm , at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Michael E Conover Burial Spring Hill Cemetery Charlie Black, Joe Harlow, Harold Hendren, Lewis Hafley, Tommie Hill, Doc McKinney, Bill Montgomery, Earl Sherrow, Floyd Shirley, Albert Taylor, Don Wiley and Harry Wiley Honorary bearers Robert McFatridge and Tony Dean Visitation topm , and afteram Thu Sep RUFUS HORN Rufus Horn, of Parklawn Drive, Lexington, Monday, at St Joseph East Lexington Born August Mercer Thomas Miller and Laura B Lester Horn a carpenter and Immanuel Baptist Church, Lexington his , Grace Dohoney Horn, Lexington; son, W R "Bill" (Jean Horn Jr, Lexington; three , Troy and Jennifer Horn and Robin Hord; four great at pm , at the Ransdell Chapel with Arnold Moon, Ted Sisk and Craig Loscalzo Burial Spring Hill Cemetery Troy Horn, Todd Hord, Junior Brogle, Dana Briggs, Willie B Horn, Austin Trayner, Leon Royalty and J B Crain MARGIE MATHERLY Margie Zerilda Matherly,of Colonel Anderson Parkway, Louisville, , at the Pine Tree Villa Nursing Home Louisville Born April Mercer s daughter William Coleman and Martha Jane Watts Matherly a longtime Baptist church two s, Mary K Heath and Minnie Fay Whittaker, both of Louisville; nephew, Charles William Matherly, Danville; four nieces, Mary Jane Windsor, Bellevue, OH, Lee Etta Wilkinson, Plymouth MI, Shirley and Glenna Whittaker, WILLIAM DEVINE William Dennis Devine,of North Main Street, at his residence, Sunday, Born August Morgan Lee and Marie Releford Devine a Cudahy employee, a of Fellowship Baptist Church and a graduate of High School also an avid hunter and fisherman two s, Beverly Bowers and Sandra Fultz, both of Palm Harbor, FL; three nieces, four nephews, uncle and five aunts Graveside were Tuesday, at Spring Hill Cemetery with Bro Keith Weldon were Tony Devine, Kermit Fultz, David Cannada, Keith Norris, David Phillips and Tony Darland Alexander and Royalty Home was charge of Thu Sep DONALD GRITTON Donald Meredith Gritton, of Ada Drive, at his residence Born June Mercer H G And Bertha Hurst Gritton an electrician at Corning for years and a graduate of Mercer High School He attended Eastern University and was past president Jaycees and a Colonel a Baptist Mrs Donald (Eunice Wiley, Mercer ; niece, Jennifer Walls, Stanford; nephew, Chris Wiley, Mercer were Tuesday, at Spring Hill Cemetery with Bro Bobby Logue were David Bruner, Donald Logue, Marion Rogers, Billy Montgomery, Jerry Burns, and Jerry Winchester Honorary bearers were Bobby Saddler, Bill Lyons, Calvin Sullivan, Billy Eldridge, Adam Leeds, Vance Reed, Kenny Caudill, Danny Denny, Scott Crawley, Carol Kirkland, Donald Brown, Wayne Stratton, Don Riley, Carol Bruner, Ronnie Smith, David Dunning, Terry James and Kelly Bugg Alexander and Royalty Home was charge of Thu Sep MARY ROBERTS Mary Helen Roberts,of Marimon Avenue, Sunday, at the Charleston Health Care Center Danville Born Jessamine s daughter George and Artie Jacobs Stone S widow of Henry Edward Roberts Cricketeer Manufacturing, a of St Andrew Catholic Church and a of Mercer Senior Citizens son, Edward D (Mary "Peanut" Roberts, Mercer ; one daughter, Mrs W T (Alice Pankey, Mercer ; Mrs Virginia Sexton, Cincinnati, OH; six , two step , eight great and step great grandchild were at St Andrew Catholic Church with Fr Joseph Muench Spring Hill Cemetery were James Pankey, Eddie Pankey, Wayne Carmickle, Chris Horn, Ben Sharp and David Roberts Alexander and Royalty Home was charge of Thu Sep DOROTHY CORNISH Dorothy Stine Cornish,of Armory Hill, Springfield, , at the Jewish Louisville Born March Washington s daughter of Estelle Stine of Lawrenceburg and the James R Stine a Springfield Baptist Church a a cafeteria employee Washington Board of Education , addition to her mother, include, her , Clifton Cornish; two sons, David Cornish, Amherst, OH and Jerry Cornish, Oberlin, OH; two , Mrs Don (Barbara Carney, Burgin and Mrs Larry (Betty Nell Hamilton, Springfield; Harold A (Annelle Stockton, Lawrenceburg; three brothers, J C Stine, Lawrenceburg, Joseph Buford Stine, and Phillip Stine, Fern Creek; nine , nine great by a brother, Jack Stine, and a grandson, Charles Patrick Hamilton were held Saturday, at the Carey & Son Home with Rev Bland Mason, and Rev Timothy Cornish on Cemetery Hill were Jerry Cornish, Jessica Meiss, Joe Cornish, Patrick Carney, Lynn Carney, Paul Cornish, Jacqueline Hamilton and Tim Cornish Thu Sep JOHN ALLENDER John L Allender, of N East Street, Friday, at the Haggin Born ember Lexington, John C and Amanda Eldridge Allender a superintendent of Old Fort Harrod State Park a Baptist Church, Glad Hand Sunday School class, year of Mercer Masonic Lodge # F&AM, where he was a two time past master, and a Order of Eastern Star # and a Shriner his , Lola Allender, Shelbyville; two brothers, Charles Allender, Burgin, and Robert Allender, Cincinnati, OH; Sarah Brown, McAfee A Masonic service was held Saturday, at Ransdell Chapel were held at pm Sunday, at the Ransdell Chapel with Dr Robert DeFoor and Rob Clark Spring Hill Cemetery were Steve Mann, Robert Preston, Robert Clark, David Moore, Mike Collina, David Dinsmore, Gary Wiley and David Blevins Honorary bearers were Stanley Watts and s Glad Hand Sunday School Class Thu Sep SARA SANFORD Sara Evelyn Sanford,of Greenwood Drive, Tuesday, October at Health Care Center Born April s daughter of Shannon and Talitha Russell Terhune S widow of Virgil Gentry Sanford a homemaker and a Christian Church Elizabeth Bonta, ; niece, Mrs Sonny (Connie Carroll, ; great niece, Jesse (Linda Pike, She by a Margaret Parsons at am , Octoberat the Ransdell Chapel with Dr David Hartman Burial Spring Hill Cemetery Phillip Young, Buddy Logue, Ricky Crossfield, Hollie Demaree, Bob Thompson, and Dustin Young Honorary bearers Bob Martin, Billy Mac Gritton, William Gritton, Carroll Sanford, Dr James M Keightley and David Sims are to the Christian Church or the American Cancer Society Visitation topm and prior to the service on Thu Oct BURBON FREEMAN Burbon A Freeman, of Rose Hill Lane, Friday, October at the Haggin Born Boyle Homer and Lillie Hendren Freeman He had as an upholsterer and was a of Bruner's Chapel Baptist Church his , Kathleen Gabhart Freeman, ; son, David (Peggy Freeman, ; daughter, Burbona Riley, Springfield; one brother, Harold Hendren, ; five , four great and four step great by a brother, Garland Freeman were Monday, Octoberat the Ransdell Chapel, with Rev Everett Priddy the Bruner's Chapel Cemetery were Gary Herring, Lynn Nichols, Tommy Yates, J Hugh Phillips, James M Carey and Joe Russell are to the Bruner's Chapel Cemetery Fund or the American Cancer Society, PO Box KY Thu Oct AMELIA CLODFELDER Amelia Belle Clodfelder,of Cedar St, Lawrenceville, IL, , October at the United Methodist Village Born June Gravel Switch, s daughter George and Sara Margaret Monroe Phillips a school teacher and a Lawrenceville United Methodist Church her , Rev Austin B Clodfelder, Lawrenceville, IL; one Bertha Whithouse, were held Saturday, Octoberat the Spring Hill Cemetery with Rev Edward C Coleman Ransdell Chapel was charge of Thu Oct GOLDEN SHEWMAKER Golden Jean Shewmaker,of Perryville Road, Saturday, October Washington Court House, OH Born Washington s daughter of Lola Mae Watts Shewmaker and the Cecil Shewmaker a of Battle Baptist Church and a private sitter daughter, Sherry Stratton, ; son, Bobby Glenn Lee, Nicholasville; three s, Elizabeth Shewmaker, Wanda Shewmaker and Rhonda Baker, all of ; two and two step She by a Gleda Hume were Tuesday, October at Spring Hill Cemetery by Bro James Harley were Gary and Mike Hume, James Allen Lewis, Freddie Warner, Kenneth Baker and Wayne Shewmaker Honorary bearers were DeWayne Stratton, Larry Hume, Ronnie Hume, Tony Rosenbarger and Mike Hume Alexander and Royalty was charge of Thu Oct HALLIE LOGUE Hallie Jane Cummings Logue,Deep Creek Community of Washington , October at the Health Care Center A native of Mercer she was born on ember to the John Bill and Maude Claunch Cummings a Deep Creek Baptist Church two sons, W T Logue, ; Mayron Logue, Mackville; one daughter, Ann Bugg, Springfield; half Fern Lester, Lexington; , great and eight great great She by her , Hobert Ray Logue; two sons, Thomas Logue and Hobert B Logue; grandson, Jeffrey Logue were held at pm Saturday, Octoberat the Deep Creek Baptist Church with Bro Bill Eldridge, assisted by Bro Hilary Claypool Burial was the Deep Creek Cemetery were Russell Bugg, Jerry Bugg, Travis Bugg, Paul Logue, David Logue, H T Logue, Ronald Bowen and Todd Lanham Carey and Son Home, Springfield, was charge of Thu Oct LEE FOWLER Lee Fowler,Cardwell community of Washington Tuesday, October at his home A native of Washington he was born on ember to the Obie and Mariah Settles Fowler a farmer and a Mackville Christian Church his , Lois May Fowler, Cardwell; son, Jerry Fowler, Springfield; five , Mrs Danny (Bonnie Yaste and Cindy Fowler, both of Willisburg, Mrs Billy Joe (Loraine Mattingly, Mackville, Mrs Kenneth (Darlene Robinson, and Mrs Eddie (Margaret Pittman, Springfield; and great by two brothers, Russell and Robert Fowler, and three s, Ruby Isham, Edna Reynolds and Kathryn Fowler were held at pm , Octoberat the Carey and Son Home Springfield, with Bro Ken Ward the Pleasant Grove Cemetery were Jerry Fowler, Terry Fowler, Bruce Fowler, Brandon Mattingly, Travis Yaste, Eddie Pittman and Cliff Murphy Thu Oct LILLIAN RAWLINGS Lillian Alene Spurling Rawlings,of Wells Landing Road, Danville, widow of Robert W Rawlings, , October at the Colonial House Nursing Home Bardstown are incomplete at the Alexander and Royalty Home Thu Oct LILLIAN RAWLINGS Lillian Alene Spurling Rawlings,Wells Landing Road, Danville, , October at Colonial House Nursing Home Bardstown Born January Marion s daughter Shirley and Mattie Wheeler Spurling a homemaker and a South Fork Presbyterian Church five sons: John A Rawlings, Stewart, OH; David, Rodney and Tommie Rawlings, and Robert Rawlings of Nicholasville; eight , Shirley Preston, Marie Mattingly, and Bonnie Campbell of Lebanon; Ruth Williams, Bardstown, Linda Rogers, Parksville, Martha Shook of Rockcastle, CO, Anita Mattingly, Louisville, and Edith Huntburg, Lexington; two brothers, Bill Spurling, Lebanon and Clowland Spurling, Louisville; , great and great great She by her , Robert W Rawlings; two children, Jeffrey Allen Rawlings and Nancy Lou Rawlings; brother, John J Spurling and Margaret Hourigan were held Friday, October at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro Jerry Lanham the Elder Cemetery Boyle were Patrick Henderson, Daniel Rogers, Allan Mattox, Robert Rawlings, Jr, Adam Stevens, Johnny Rawlings, and Oscar Preston Honorary bearers were Jeff Rawlings, Tony Preston, Jordan Mattingly, Jason Gribbins, Scottie Rawlings, Andy Rogers, Jimmy Schuyler, Danny Preston, Timmy Preston, Stevie Rawlings, and Roger Rawlings Thu Oct EVA DESHAZER Eva Deshazer,of Beaumont Avenue, , October at the Charleston Health Care Center Danville Born Mercer s daughter Jesse James and Carrie Lee Downey Deshazer Corning Glass and was a Baptist Church three nieces, Myrgle Huffman, Mercer Brenda Gabbard, Garrard and Eva Mae Baugh, Sumter, SC; nephew, George Deshazer, Bardstown were Sunday, October th, at the McClellan Home by Dr Robert DeFoor Spring Hill Cemetery Thu Oct MARION PHILLIPS Marion Douglas Phillips,of Monticello Blvd, Lexington, , October Born October Mercer Luke and Edith Peavler Phillips a CAD analyst for OHI America Lexington and a US Army Veteran a special friend and companion, Jayne Donahue; four children, Glenn Douglas (Virginia Phillips, Salvisa, Mrs Todd (Rhonda Gail Burkhead, Lawrenceburg, Bryan McNeil Phillips, Burgin, Mrs Luther (Lynne Allison Lewis, Burgin; three s, Patsy Ann Schmidt, Worthington, OH, Rose Bishop and Linda King, both of ; five by a brother, Lynn Mitchell Phillips were held Friday, October at Pruitt’s Home-Alexandria Drive, Lexington Spring Hill Cemetery Thu Oct CARI YATES Mercer Teen Killed In Automobile Wreck young and beautiful, a good student and popular among her peers Her life was full of promise, but on night, Oct that promise was broken for -year old Cari Yates when she evidently lost control car she was driving and hit a tree She instantly, according to Mercer coroner, Sonny Ransdell, severe head and neck injuries State Police Trooper Robbie Stamps the accident and his report stated that the crash occurred about miles west of on KY also known as Bohon Road According to the report, Yates was driving a Mitsubishi Galant "at an unsafe speed and lost control when attempting to negotiate a curve" The car then left the roadway and struck a tree on the driver’s side Tony Dearing, a passenger Yates’ car, was injured the wreck but according to Stamps, was able to get out vehicle and go for help "He ran across the road for help and then ran back to try and get her out, but he couldn’t," Stamps said Dearing suffered a broken arm the accident Yates’ was "a great loss" to her family, her school and her community, according to Mercer High School guidance counselor Allen Shewmaker " a very good student and very popular," Shewmaker said " taking college classes and was involved a lot of activities "It’s a real loss every way" Yates was a senior at MCHS a of FFA and FHA and was a MCHS girls’ basketball team a co-op student, was taking a class at Lexington Community College and attended the Willisburg Christian Church She is survived by her mother, her grandparents, a brother and a niece An investigation into the accident is still ongoing, according to Stamps, as law enforcement officials await toxicology report results the state "We suspect alcohol was involved, but we are waiting for confirmation of that," Stamps said "Results can take up to days to get back" The for Cari Yates was held on Saturday, Oct two days before her th birthday ( - - CARI YATES Cari Brooke Yates, of Adams Lane, , October as the result of injuries sustained a motor vehicle accident on Bohon Road Born October s daughter of Carlene Partin Yates of and the Kenneth Yates Jr a senior at Mercer High School, a of FFA and FHA and was a MCHS girls' basketball team also a co-op student, a Lexington Community College English student and attended the Willisburg Christian Church employed by Pied Piper Day Care her mother, Carlene Yates, ; brother, Carmon Yates, ; grandparents, Carl and Barbara Partin, Barbourville; paternal grandparents, Kenneth and Bessie Yates, Willisburg were held Saturday, October at the Ransdell Chapel with Greg Bowen the Willisburg Cemetery were George Herring, Ricky Spain, Jimmy Demaree, Charlie Pyles, Jeremy Stevens and Carl Hilton Honorary bearers were Colby Davis, David Stagner, Bruce Devine, Joi Watts, Renee Harmon, Angie Wade, Sunshine Hendren, Jennifer Stevens, Tara Yocum, Kim Riley, Sarah Jones, Jessica Monroe, Nick Collier, Brian Kendrick, Jason Sanford and Britni Yocum Thu Oct SCOTT MEDLEY JUSTIN HARMON Two Dead Following Shooting Spree Two Mercer teen-agers were scheduled for arraignment at pm Mercer District Court, following a shooting early Sunday morning that left two dead and two wounded Anthony N Sadler, of W Office St, and Jesse Harris, of Mooreland Ave, were arrested on Sunday connection with the s of Justin Harmon, of Warwick Rd, and Scott Allen Medley, of N Magnolia St, and the assault of Ronald Tatum, of Falcon St and Greg Black, of Brewer’s Mill Rd Sadler was charged with two counts of first degree murder and two counts of first degree assault Harris was charged with two counts of complicity for first degree murder and two counts of complicity for first degree assault "This is a very tragic incident," said Police Chief Ernie Kelty on Sunday shortly after the two arrests were made and the apparent weapon, a -caliber revolver, recovered The gun was found the vicinity crime Ever since the police received the call for help at approximately am Sunday, the police have been attempting to piece together the events evening and morning that led to the tragedy Chief Kelty said that police responded to the scene after Tatum, who had a gunshot wound the neck, walked less than a quarter of a mile across a field to the Trim Masters factory Kelty said Tatum knocked on the window and asked for assistance and a Trim Masters’ employee called the police Upon arriving at the scene, which is located just across the the railroad tracks at the edge Industrial Park, the city police and Mercer Sheriff’s Department found three bodies or near Town Creek Medley were both pronounced dead at the scene by Mercer Coroner Sonny Ransdell and Harmon was pronounced dead at the scene by Mercer Deputy Coroner Scott Moseley According to Ransdell, preliminary autopsy results determine for both the result of a single gunshot wound Medley was shot the right temple and Harmon was shot on the top head Tatum and Black were transported to the James B Haggin and then flown by helicopter to the University of Medical Center They each had a single gunshot wound On Tuesday afternoon, Chief Kelty said they are still trying to determine all the facts He said the police had obtained four search warrants that allowed them to do blood tests on both suspects and search the rooms of both suspects Police also have interviewed the victims and others the community who may have information about what led up to the shooting "I can’t say what the motive is (right now ," the police chief said Tuesday afternoon "There’s a lot of rumors flying around out there and we’re trying to separate rumors facts" Although it was initially thought the six had been together most of Saturday evening, Det Clarence Brown, who along with Det Garry Bradshaw, is heading the investigation, said that they had not, but rather the six had apparently all hooked up just shortly before the shooting "We’re trying to talk to the people who were with them that night at any time," said Kelty "We’re going through everything We’re putting it all together" In addition to rumor upon rumor that the police are trying to investigate, some are also looking at the community and wondering if it somehow failed This incident has brought up the question: Should there be a curfew for teenagers? Chief Kelty, who has previously been researching a curfew and its effectiveness, does not know if such an ordinance would have prevented Sunday mornings tragedy "I can’t say what a curfew would have prevented," he said, noting that three of the six were adults and the curfew definitely would not have stopped them being out that morning However, three others were underage Regardless, local police detectives are currently concentrating on collecting all the evidence and establishing all the details of that evening Anyone with any information regarding the shootings should contact the police at - The arraignment on was held the the district court room Mercer Courthouse with the defendants attendance via a video camera the Boyle Jail (Details were not available at press time The judge was s d to set bond, and perhaps, hear a plea the two defendants The surviving victims were both recovering on morning Tatum, a freshman at Mercer High School and son of Cindy Tatum, was released the on Tuesday afternoon Black, a senior at MCHS and son of Ron Black, who is ICU at UK, was listed serious condition morning Black was shot the headThe for Harmon, son of Roxie Nell Harmon and stepson of Henry Preston Watts Jr and a student at High School, and Medley, son of Robert Elbert and Phyllis Ellen Byrd Medley Sr and a graduate of HHS, were held on (see obituaries, page A Thu Oct SCOTT MEDLEY Scott Allen Medley, of North Magnolia Street, Sunday, October Born March Lexington, of Robert Elbert and Phyllis Ellen Byrd Medley, Sr of a car detailer and had attended High School , addition to his parents, include: Mrs Flonnie Byrd, ; two brothers, Charles Lewis Boswell, and Elbert Medley, Jr, both of were held , October at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Dr Kenneth Whitehouse Spring Hill Cemetery were Jimmy Taylor, Tyrone Dean, Virginia Byrd, Jerry Byrd, Jr, Maggie Caldwell and Jason DeRousee Thu Oct JUSTIN HARMON Justin Wayne Harmon, of Warwick Road, Sunday, October Born May of Roxie Nell Harmon and the step-son of Henry Preston Watts Jr, both of a student at High School , other than his parents, include: brother, Jason Harmon, ; Peggy Burkehead, Mercer ; three uncles, Maurice and Eugene Harmon and Bennie Ross; four aunts, Kathy Devine, Kelly Isham, Cindy Price and Brenda Harmon were held , October at the Ransdell Chapel with Rev Lewis Walter the Spring Hill Cemetery were Gene Harmon, Billy Price, Michael Grubbs, Mike Hargis, Steve Ross and Chris Pierce Thu Oct JOHNNIE ELLIOTT, Jr Johnnie Elliott Jr, of East Office Street, Monday, October at the Central Baptist Lexington Born October of Johnnie and Mary Elizabeth Russell Elliott a Corning Glass employee and was a of Ellers Baptist Church also a of St Johns Masonic Lodge, the Kiwanis Club, and was a Colonel three brothers, Albert and Walter Elliott, Mercer and Leon Elliott, AL; three s, Gertie Huffman and Katherine Pankey, both of Mercer Betsy Goodlett, Lawrenceburg by three brothers, Morris, Carl and Edgar Elliott at pm , October at the Ransdell Chapel with Rev Kenneth Whitehouse Masonic Rites were held evening Burial Spring Hill Cemetery s of his Sunday School Class at Ellers are to the American Diabetes Association Visitation untilpm and after am Thu Oct MAXINE EADS Maxine Cook Eads, of Madisonville, ly of Campbellsville, Sunday October Madisonville Born Green s daughter Ezra Richard Cook and Ada Lee Meadows Cook a graduate of Western University and taught school at the old Pitman School Campbellsville to an avid grower of hybrid tea roses and gave the City of Campbellsville of her bushes for its Rose Garden Miller Park owner and operator of Eads Sanitary Dairy for years and for Chappell’s Dairy after the business was sold to them a First United Methodist Church Campbellsville, was an honorary trustee, a Sunshine Sunday School Class and a of Eastern Star two ; Emeline Eads Woods, Charlotte (Stanley Baldwin, Madisonville; a son-in-law, James Allen Vaughn, Greensburg; a brother, E R "Jim" Cook Jr, Conyers, GA; five and nine great She by her , Rouse Eads; a daughter, Helen Eads Vaughn; son-in-law, Lewis C Woods Jr; grandson, Edward Lee Vaughn; brother, Walter "Sam" Cook; two s, Maurine Cook Murrell and Virginia Cook Hiestand were held , October at the Parrott and Ramsey Home Campbellsville with Rev John Carroll Coomer Burial was Brookside Cemetery were Phil Allan Bertram, Bobby Franklin, Mac Hill, Dr Stephen S Hinton, Henry Lee and Eddie Rogers Honorary bearers were Willard Burress, Robert Ginter, Rufus Hansford, Thomas R McMahan, Donald Penn, R A Willis, and the Sunshine Sunday School Class of First United Methodist Church Expressions of sympathy are to Gideons International Thu Oct DR C R DALEY Dr C R Daley,of Daisey Lane, Louisville, Monday, October at Meadow View Nursing Home Louisville A native of Georgia, he was a graduate of Mercer University Macon, GA and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Louisville pastor of Baptist Church to and a professor of Greek, Latin, Old Testament and philosophy at Georgetown College before becoming editor Western Recorder He served as editor Baptist Western Recorder until retirement his , Christine Daley, Louisville; four sons, Phillips Daley, Augusta, GA, Dale Daley, New York, NY, G L Daley, Hazard, and Mike Daley, Louisville; a number of and great at pm , October at the Baptist Building Middletown with burial Newington, GA contributions are to the Chauncey Daley Fund at the Western Recorder Building Thu Oct FRED WATTS Fred Joseph "Joe" Watts, Sr, age St Charles, Frankfort, Tuesday, October at the Frankfort Regional Medical Center Frankfort Born June Mercer Strother and Gertrude Maddox Watts a deacon of Bellview Christian Church Frankfort, a veteran of the U S Air Force, employee city of Frankfort and on the Frankfort Municipal Sewer Board his , Ruby Watts, Frankfort; two sons, Fred J "Buster" Watts and Mark A Watts, both of Frankfort; brother, William T Watts, ; two s, Jane and Nellie Watts, both of ; two by two brothers, Don and Hansford Lewis Watts and two s, Lottie Watts and Georgia Bottoms at pm Friday, October at the Alexander and Royalty Home Burial Kirkwood Cemetery Visitation , topm and afteram Friday until time of service Thu Oct CORA JONES Cora L Jones, of Hillcrest Street, Monday, October at her residence Born February Mayo, s daughter Joseph A and Maggie Ellen Taylor Jones a employee at Shakertown and was a Centennial Baptist Church four sons, Tim, Bentley, Joey and Robert Jones, all of ; daughter, Darlene Hernandez, ; two s, Nancy Ellen Jones and Hazel Majors, both of ; nine and two great She by two brothers, Lucian Edward Jones and Joseph Jones at pm , October at the Centennial Baptist Church with Rev J D Short III and Rev Phil Yates Burial Maple Grove Cemetery William Bartleson, Sean Harris, Van Majors, Charles Penix, George Penix, and Emanuel Young Parks Home charge of Visitation - pm at the Centennial Baptist Church Thu Oct NANCY DIVINE Nancy Hester Divine,of Columbus, IN, Sunday, October at her residence Born August Mercer s daughter of James William and Rosa Ellen Royalty Darling an elementary school teacher for years having taught Indiana, , Oregon and California She graduated Clear Spring High School and Eastern State Teachers College at Richmond In she graduated San Francisco State College with a master’s degree Special Education a of Fairlawn Baptist Church at Columbus, IN son, Donald Cleo Divine, Bloomington, IN; brother, Samuel Curtis Darling, Columbus, IN; two s, Anna Weekly, Hope, IN and Adalene Greathouse, Columbus, IN; two She by: a Thelma Sharp; two brothers, Hollie and William Darling; two half- s, Reva Mayes and Vergie Hart; half-brother, Ben Darling were held , October at the Bass and Gasper Home, Westport, IN, with Mike Gillespie and Jerry Langley Burial was Westport Cemetery Contributions are to the Diabetes Association through the home Thu Oct GEORGE BISHOP George O Bishop,of Bohon Road, Monday, October at his residence Born July George L and Fannie Arnold Bishop Jr a farmer and a Bohon Church of Christ a veteran of the Korean War son, George Clayton "Clay" Bishop, daughter, Lee Ann Sampson, ; Ruby Ingram, Lexington; five at pm , October at the Ransdell Chapel, with Bro Kenneth Preston Burial the Bohon Church of Christ Cemetery Kenneth Burns, Armond Bottom, Frank Preston, Stanley Watts, Harley Moore and Robert Bishop are to Heritage Hospice Visitation topm and after am Thu Oct HELEN CALLUCCI Helen M Callucci, of Factory St, was pronounced dead , October at her residence Born May East Meadow, NY, s daughter George and Josephine Skura Feret two , Donna and Linda Callucci, both of Atlanta, GA; eight brothers and A mass was held at Noon Saturday, October at the St Andrew Catholic Church, with Fr Joseph Muench the St Nicholas Cemetery Ransdell Chapel was charge of Thu Oct FRED WATTS Bro Kenneth Watts officiated at the of Fred Joseph "Joe" Watts, who October Kirkwood cemetery with Gary Watts, Keith Watts, Lawrence Watts, Wesley Gaines, Aaron Gaines, James T Peyton and Kenny Rutledge serving as pallbearers Thu Oct LARRY HINES Larry Dale Hines, of Shady Drive, Liberty, Monday, October at the University of Medical Center Born January Casey of Rella Smith, Liberty, and the Ray Hines a truck driver , addition to his mother, include: two brothers, Lewis Hines, Salvisa, and Tim Hines, Liberty at pm , October, at the McKinney-Brown Home Liberty, with Bro Clifford DeHart Burial Valley Oak Cemetery Steve Hines, John Hines, Gary Hensen, Darrell Witt, Terry Gadberry, Steven Henson, Jay Wesley and Jerry Byrd Visitation topm , and afteram Thu Oct MARIA GREEN Maria Wallisch Green,of Mary Robert Lane, Newport News, VA, Tuesday, October at her residence born Untertannwitz, Czechoslovakia, and was a homemaker her , James C Green, Newport News, VA; daughter, Dora M Green, Newport News, VA; son, Charles E Green, ; Hanna Brumley, Lawrenceburg; two ; a and three brothers that reside Germany were held Newport News, VA In Lieu of flowers, the family requests that contributions be made to the True Vine Full Gospel Baptist Church, J Clyde Morris Blvd, Newport News, VA The Cremation Society of Virginia is handling Thu WILLIAM EDWARDS William Marion "Bill" Edwards, ageof East th Street, Lexington, , October at his residence Born April Fayette Robert and Georgia Butler Edwards the widower of Della Mae Sanders a and deacon Bluegrass Baptist Church, Lexington, a employee Herb Geddes Fence Company and had served the U S Army two brothers, Robert Edwards, Jr, Lexington, and Paul R Edwards, LaGrange; Patsy S Shannon, Lexington; a special friend, April Sawyers Burns, Lexington were held Friday, October at the Alexander and Royalty Home with pastor Bob W Watson the Shawnee Run Baptist Church Cemetery were Wayne Wilson, Lee Allen Turley, Roger Sanders, Gilbert Sanders, Roy Lee Sanders and Don Baker Thu ELIZABETH PLANTE Elizabeth Burchell Plante,of Lamont Drive, Lexington, , October at the St Joseph East Lexington Born February Mercer s daughter Abe and Flora Elizabeth Frazier Burchell a homemaker and a Broadway Baptist Church Lexington her , Joseph Plante; Mrs J C (Pearl Stine, Lawrenceburg; -in-law, Mrs May Burchell, Burgin by brother, David L Burchell and two s, Katie Watts and Louise Warner were held October at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Kenny Speakes Burgin Gardens were David Sims, Barry Currens, Tommy Ison, Chris Long, Bill Grimes and Danny Noel Thu MAYOLA MEADOWS Mayola "Maggie" Meadows,of W Carson Street, #Torrance, CA, Saturday, October at her residence Born July Washington s daughter Worley Cashus and Isa Mae Adkinson Lay a manager at the Torrance Palms Apartments and a of Mt Freedom Baptist Church her , Paul Meadows, Torrance, CA; two sons, Monte Paul Meadows, Torrance, CA, Kenneth Bradley Meadows, London; daughter, Linnie Christine Poz, Pigeon Forge, TN; two brothers, Christopher Hollis Lay, Maple Park, IL and Leo Daniel Lay, Willisburg; four s, Mrs Wilma Mobley, Mrs Amie Eunice Ross, Springfield, Mrs Virginia Isham, Lawrenceburg, and Mrs Mary Lee Coker, Cornishville; two grand by a Isabell Coulter and five brothers, Frank, Paul, Hobert, Dudley and Alva Lay at pm Friday, at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro Raymond Castillo Burial Spring Hill Cemetery Billy Coulter, Connie Ross, Tony Lay, Mark Isham, David Mobley and Jerry Lay Visitation topm and afteram Friday Thu LULA HISE Lula G Hise,of Sellersburg, IN, Sunday October S widow of Hudson D Hise a cartographer for the United States Department of Commerce, and president Floyd Indiana Board of Education daughter, Joan Burris, Underwood, IN; two sons, Paul Hise, Jeffersonville, IN and Dennis A Hise, ; six , eight great and four great great at am , at the Gehlbach-Royse Home Georgetown, IN Visitation ; topm Thu CECIL VANDIVER Cecil R VanDiver,of Burgin-Danville Rd, Wednes-day, October at the VA Medical Center Lexington Born August Oscar and Susie Cumingo VanDiver VanDiver was a life-time Disabled American Veterans, was a mason with F&AM, and a Veterans of Foreign Wars the maintenance department at the State a Indian Hills Christian Church Danville and was a Colonel his , Ruby Hawkins VanDiver, Burgin; two sons, Cecil Howard VanDiver, Carrollton, and Robert Eugene VanDiver, Burgin; daughter, Betty Jean VanDiver, Burgin; Mary Della Yates, Indianapolis, IN; were held at pm Saturday, October at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Odis Clark and Lee Cox Burial with full military rites was held the Spring Hill Cemetery were Tim Yates, David Baker, Roger Brown, Lee Qualls, Bill Johnson, and June Christy ANN PAYNE Ann Laura Allen Payne, of Stoner St, , October at the Haggin Born May Cincinnati, s daughter William and Mary Smith Allen a house her , William B Payne, ; three , Annette Bartleson, Arnessa Young and Mary A Young, all of ; three sons, Alfred Thomas and Daniel Lee Young, both of and Leroy Young, Danville; brother, Gary Allen, Indianapolis, IN; two s, Mary W Young, and Ella M Young, Danville; six She by four brothers, Bobby Allen, Walter Fisher, James and June Allen; Ella B Smith were held Monday, at the Centennial Baptist Church with pastor John Short III Maple Grove Cemetery were Fred Bottoms, Von Majors, James Robert Payne, James Bryant, Andy Harris and James Williams Thu SHIRLEY GARLAND Shirley Ann Garland, of W Office St, Monday Lexington Born July s daughter Paul and Thelma Drury Sims S widow of Richard Garland a Hallmack employee and a Grapevine Christian Church daughter, Vickie Keeling-Shelton, Lexington; son, Rick Keeling, Versailles; brother, James Sims, ; three She by brother, Maurice Sims, and Shelby Sims at pm , at the Ransdell Chapel, with Bro Claude Waldridge Burial Grapevine Cemetery Jeff Sims, Rodney Sims, Llyric Perkins, Jerry Perkins, Jason Keeling and Isaac Colvin are to the American Cancer Society, Moore Dr, Suite Lexington, KY or Hospice Bluegrass, Alexandria Dr, Lexington, KY There no visitation Thu MILITARY RITES Douglas Laws Post #American Legion, Post #VFW and DAV Post # Military Rites for Cecil VanDiver at Spring Hill Cemetery October Those attending were Tom Lane, Roy Freeman, Ralph McGuire, Marion Mershon, Henry Pulliam, James Carey, Louis Ransdell, James Tewmey, Willie Gritton, Joe Harlow, J L Devine, Richard Shewmaker, Dennis Shewmaker, Donald Stump, Kyle Pankey, Harry Kimmey Zenah Teater served as bugler Folding and presenting the flag were Robert Webb and Rick Lawson Thu ROBERT TATUM Sr Robert Elwood Tatum Sr,of Fountaine Terrace, Sunday, at the UK Medical Center Lexington Born March Mercer of Sadie Lee Sallee Tatum of Burgin and the Clarence Vernon Tatum a self-employed plumber and a Fellowship Baptist Church , addition to his mother, include: his , Judy Ann Jackson Tatum, ; son, Robert E Tatum, Jr, ; daughter, Leisa Tatum Proctor, Pineville; three brothers, Roy, Donald and Vernon Tatum, all of Mercer ; five s, Kathleen Fain, Wilmore, Betty Tatum, Lexington, Martha Johnson, Trenton, FL; Dorothy Bottom Burgin, and Brenda Thorton, ; four were held , at the Ransdell Chapel with James Harley, Barry Proctor and Terry Cornish Burial was Spring Hill Cemetery were Donald, Roy and Vernon Tatum, Jesse and Walter Jackson, Jim and Bill McGlone, Dan Murphy and Steve Gash Honorary bearers were s of his Fellowship Sunday School class are to the Gideons Bible Fund Thu WILLIE RUSSELL Willie A Russell, of Lincoln Park Road, Springfield, Tuesday, at the Norton Spring view Lebanon A native of Washington he was born on March to the Charlie and Kate Carpenter Russell a Springfield Baptist Church where he served as a deacon and was a farmer two sons, Billy (Judy Russell, and Mike (Katheleen Russell, both of Springfield; two brothers, J M Russell, Perryville, Charles Russell Jr Willisburg; four s, Mrs Violet Faye Warner, Burgin, Mrs Jess (Geneva Warfield, Jackson, TN, Mrs Dot Wallace, Louisville and Mrs Irene Bledsoe, Paducah; six , two great by two s, Christine Russell and Wanda R Lindsey; two brothers, G W Russell, and Marvin Russell were held Friday, at the Springfield Baptist Church with Rev Bland Mason assisted by Bro Tim Hoyle in the Peter Cemetery at Mackville were Jamie Russell, Kevin Riney, Nicky Pinkston, Steve Shewmaker, Harry Lee Harmon and Russell Bledsoe Carey and Son Home, Springfield, was charge of Thu MARY MATHERLY Mary Margaret Ross Matherly,of West High Street, Springfield, Saturday, the emergency room of Norton Spring View in Lebanon A native of Washington she was born on June to the William Thomas and Addie Lee Oldham Ross S widow of Lanis Matherly a Willisburg Church of Christ daughter, Shirley Engle, Mt Washington; three sons, Carl Matherly, Willisburg, Boyce Matherly, Springfield, and Ronnie Matherly of Mt Washington; brother, Loraine Ross, ; two s, Julia Higginbotham and Jean Ross, both of ; , great , two great great She by two sons, Truman and Tony Matherly; a granddaughter, Beverly Jo Engle; five brothers, Wilbur, Ansel, Stanley, William and Charlie B Ross were held Monday, at the Carey and Son Home in Springfield with Bro Burnice Richardson the Evergreen Cemetery at Willisburg were Ed Matherly, Keith Matherly, Doug Matherly, Brad Engle, Todd Engle and Roy Humes Thu PEARL VOTAW Pearl Rose Votaw,of Allah Avenue, Sunday at the Haggin Born August Mt Vernon, s daughter William and Nancy McDaniel McFerron an employee at Modine Climate Systems two , Jennie Thompson and Penny Baker, both of ; son, Billy Votaw, Jr, ; step mother, Fern McFerron, ; fiancee, Ronnie Black, brother, Charles McFerron, ; three s, Geneva Pulliam, Jeanette Miller and Genevieve Hensley, both of Salvisa; two half brothers, Billy and Ralph McFerron, both of ; half Carolyn Vinyard, ; eight were held Tuesday, at the Ransdell Chapel, with Rev James Harley and Rev Jack Guerin the Danville Gardens were Ronnie Pulliam, Jay Miller, William McFerron, Wayne Taylor Jr, Timmy Taylor and Roy Lee Cox Jr Honorary bearers were Charles McFerron Jr, Roy Lee Cox, Sr, and Donnie Pulliam are to the American Cancer Society, PO Box KY Thu GLADYS HENDREN Gladys Faye Hendren, of Adams Lane, , at the Haggin Born June Mercer s daughter Charles and Bessie Balden Kurtz S widow of Tom Hendren a homemaker and Ebenezer Church of Christ two sons, C Dalton Hendren, and Connie Hendren, Bardstown; three brothers, J B Kurtz, Louisville, Lewis Charles Kurtz, Bardstown, H M Kurtz, California; three s, Eula Mae Denning, Mary Elizabeth Gilpin and Addie Frances Shipman, all of Mesa, AZ; five and five great were held Sunday, at the Ransdell Chapel with Terry Morrison and Mike Abbott the Ebenezer Cemetery were James Dunn, Delmer O'Dell, Hughes Jones, Stanley Kurtz, Jim Gilpen and Mike McRae Honorary bearers were Kourtney Gordon, Matthew Gordon, Aaron Zweifel, Blake Hendren and Hailey Hendren are to the Antioch Christian Camp or the Gideon Bible Fund Thu ELIZABETH PLANTE The obituary for Elizabeth Plante, who , October should have included the following : niece, Mrs David (Dottie Sims, Burgin; two great nieces, Mrs Cheryl Currens and Mrs LouAnn Ison, both of ( - - HOWARD SMITH Sr Howard G Smith,of Danville Street, Burgin, , at his residence Born May Boyle Silas and Anna Young Carter Smith, Sr Corning Glass and was a Burgin Baptist Church, a trustee and taught the adult men's Sunday School class a year Bricklayers Local #and avid fisherman and gardener a US Army veteran of World War II his of years, Lola Dalton Smith; son, David (Debbie Smith, Burgin; two , Sue (Lloyd Dobbs, Moreland, and Sheila (Gary L Baxter, Kingsport, TN; three s, Alma Owens, Louisville, Mildred Avera, Junction City, Edna Miles, Sellersburg, IN; eight , two great and step great grandchild by one son, H G Smith, Jr, and brother, Silas Smith, Jr were held Saturday, at the Burgin Baptist Church with Rev Joseph Vest Burgin Gardens were Guilford Waggener, Pat Lear, Tony Hatfield, Lawrence Hawkins, David Sims, and Bill Waggener Honorary bearers were s Men's Adult Sunday School Class of Burgin Baptist Church Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to the Mercer Cancer Society or the Burgin Baptist Church Thu WALTER KELLY Walter C "Bud" Kelly, of Perryville Road, Saturday, at his residence Born April Lexington, of Walter and Bessie Goodrich Kelly He as a driver for the Mercer Senior Citizens, was a of Immanuel Baptist Church and a deacon his , Juanita Kelly, two , Karen (Lewis Dean and Debra (James Brammer, both of ; two sons, Maurice (Gina Kelly, Boyle Daryl (Annie Kelly, Lawrenceburg; three s, Sibbie Finley, Lexington, Pauline Petit, Munfordville, and Betty (Fred Rue, Lexington; eight , three great , seven step , three step great by three s, Edna Mitchell, Laura McKee and Evelyn Self were held Tuesday, at the Immanuel Baptist Church with Barry Jeffries, Greg Farmer and Albert Gisler Burgin Garden were Honorary bearers were the deacons of Immanuel Baptist Church are to one's favorite charity Thu RANSDELL DEMAREE Ransdell L Demaree,of Ormond Beach, FL, Sunday, Ormond Beach Born February Perryville, Clark and Edith Mullins Demaree a employee of American Air Filter Company of Louisville, a Perryville Baptist Church and a Navy veteran of World War II son, Allen Demaree, Louisville, and Mrs Stanley Ellis of at a r date Thu ANN JORDAN Ann Leach Jordan,of Salvisa, Sunday, at her residence Born May Providence, RI, s daughter Robert and Christina McAlmont Leach S office manager at Downeast Trading her , Henry R Jordan, Salvisa; daughter, Deborah Jordan, VT; two sons, Rick Jordan, Lexington, Rob Jordan, Detroit, MI; ; nine contributions may be directed to Heritage Hospice, PO Box Danville, KY Whitehall Chapel, Lexington, charge of at a r date Thu EMMA SMITH Emma Jean Alcorn Smith,Cincinnati, OH, ly of Tuesday, at Mercy Anderson Cincinnati Born Boyle s daughter Thomas and Effie Alcorn a graduate of Danville Bate High School, and attended First Baptist Church a of St James AME Church Danville, and was a cook for Beaumont Inn, having after years her , Ansel Emmitt Smith, Sr, Cincinnati, OH; four sons, James and Michael Smith of Danville, Solomon and David Smith, Cincinnati; five , Betty Boyd and Eliza Dismeaux, both of Cincinnati, OH; Barbara Hodge, Paducah, Margaret Howell, Clarkston, GA and Patricia Harlen, Frankfurt, Germany; a brother-in-law, Samuel Gooch, Danville; two s-in-law, Mrs Price Smith, and Mrs Artie Pearl Brown, both of ; , great She by two sons, Ansel E Smith, Jr and Melvin Jerome Smith at am Saturday, at the Centennial Baptist Church with Rev J D Short III Burial in Maple Grove Cemetery Carl and Larry Bartleson, Kenneth and Scott Jones, Cecil Smith and Michael VanDyke Benny Payne an honorary pallbearer Visitation Friday, to pm at the Centennial Baptist Church Parks Home is charge of Thu PAULINE FANNIN Pauline Chilton Fannin,of Storey Avenue, ly of Versailles, , at her home of an apparent heart attack A native of Anderson s daughter Melvin and Margaret Coubert Chilton a employee of Rand McNally Versailles, a graduate of Mercer High School and International Business college a Claylick Methodist Church two sons, Ricky Fannin, Nonesuch, Bryan Fannin, Lexington; one daughter, Mrs Dale (Lisa Varner, Versailles; three brothers, Ralph Chilton, Lawrenceburg, Harold Chilton, Nashville and Raymond Chilton, ; Hazel Fraine, Lawrenceburg; four were held Sunday, at Gash Chapel Lawrenceburg with Bro J H Burns Hebron Cemetery were Edwin Riley, Harold Wayne Chilton, Chris Chilton, Jimmy DeBold, Donald Brumback, Jeremy Chilton, Kevin Chilton, Kenny Ray Chilton and Jason DeBold Thu MARY FLORENCE Mary Margaret Florence,of Honeysuckle Ct, Nicholasville, Friday, The daughter Ora and Sarah Upton Florence, she was a Centenary Methodist Church of Lexington three s, Mrs Frank (Gertrude Penn, Valerie Travis, and Alice Aldridge; brother, W C Florence She by a Thelma Grigger and a brother, Al Florence were held Monday, at the Hager & Cundiff Home Nicholasville, with Rev Hugh Delaney Spring Hill Cemetery Thu JAMES ISHAM James R Isham,of DeKalb, IL at his residence Born August Mackville of Mattie Lee Votaw Isham and the Reuel T Isham his , Anna Isham; three , Barbara Moore, Roxie Mills, and Marilynn Direkson, all of IL; six sons, James M Isham, Donald L Isham, Jerry Isham, Randy Isham, and Delbert Isham, all of IL and Raymond Isham, LA; four s, Mable Kalous, OH, Shirley Zink, Louise Sipes, and Patsy Rogers, all of IL; brother, Ruele Isham, IL by a daughter, Carole Sue; two s, Lucille Mannis, Lorine Sipes and brother, Joe Isham were held at the Ronan-Moore-Finch Home with Chuck Kaules Fairview Park Cemetery Thu BARBARA TAYLOR Barbara M Taylor,of Cooke Avenue, Friday, at her residence Born ember s daughter of Marie Naylor Merchant, and the James Merchant Sr a of Pleasant Run Baptist Church Parksville , addition to her mother, include: son, Douglas (Teresa Taylor, ; two brothers, James (JoAnn Butch Merchant, ; Robert (Anna Merchant, Elizabethtown; Patricia (LeRoy Releford, Parksville; two step were held Sunday, at the Ransdell Chapel with Rev James Harley Spring Hill Cemetery were Bryant Merchant, John Logue, Robert Harrison, Harrison Hardin, Robby Merchant, Kevin McMullin, Bobby Wilham and Dud Releford Honorary bearers were Wayne Taylor, Brandon Hurst and Brad Milburn are to Heritage Hospice, PO Box Danville, KY or to the American Cancer Society, PO Box KY Thu LEWIS HAFLEY Lewis H Hafley,of College Manor, Monday, at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Danville Born October Casey Alla H and Ethel Sinkhorn Hafley the Accounting Department at Corning Glass and was a driver for Spirit Chevrolet-Buick an Army veteran of World War II and a Baptist Church his , June Coyle Hafley, ; two , Mrs Wayne (Connie Jackson, Mrs Benton (Brenda Lake, both of ; three brothers, Forrest Hafley, Perryville, Clifton Hafley, Gravel Switch, and Glenn Hafley, Sandy Hook; four by a brother, Kenneth Hafley at pm , at the Ransdell Chapel with Dr Robert DeFoor Burial Hill Crest Cemetery, Perryville Harold Sutherland, Chester Gabhart, Curtis Devine, Hugh Satterly, Jakie Claunch, and Carl Clark are to one's favorite charity Visitation after pm Tuesday and after am at the chapel Thu KENNETH CARPENTER Kenneth Ray Carpenter,of Providence Road, Monday, at the James B Haggin Born October Cincinnati, OH, of Grace Johnson Carpenter of Lawrenceburg, and the Pleas Carpenter a Methodist and a disabled US Navy veteran , addition to his mother, include: his , Betty Jean Miller Carpenter, ; step son, Kenneth Cox, McAfee; step daughter, Joyce Cox, McAfee; Barbara Lee Limle, Lawrenceburg Four step and two step great at pm , at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro Bob Jones Burial will be Spring Hill Cemetery Jerry Hoffeld, Jerry Seyberth, Mike Seyberth, Robert Miller, Ronnie Abrams, David Abrams Visitation topm Tuesday, and afteram at the home Thu FAYRENE YEASTE Fayrene Yeaste,of Graham Avenue, Tuesday, at her residence Born ember s daughter Clyde and Vita Hurst Wade S widow of Don Yeaste a Corning, Inc employee, a Shakertown Baptist Church, and a Order Eastern Star two , Donnie Y Smith, and Jeanie Y Devine, Mercer ; brother, Raymond Wade, ; five and six great were held at Saturday, at the Ransdell Chapel, with Joseph Vest and David Hartman Spring Hill Cemetery were Bobby Burton, Brian Bradshaw, Jim Fitzgerald, David Wade, Dennis Wade and Kenny Wade are to the Shriner's Children , Lexington BOBBI JO YATES Bobbi Jo Yates,of Chesapeake Drive, at the Markey Cancer Center Lexington Born s daughter of Joe Robert (Bobby and Cammie Gabhart Smith of She as a primary school teacher for the Burgin Independent Schools and was a Southside Christian Church president Mercer Chapter University of Alumni Association, past board National UK Alumni Association, and had served as treasurer High School Booster Club and statistician for the high school girls basketball team , addition to her parents, include: son, Michael Lee Yates; daughter, Amanda Jo Yates; Mrs Jeff (Susan Noland; all of were held at Sunday, at the Southside Christian Church with Sam Stow and Rick Snyder Spring Hill Cemetery were Everett Cord, Tim Murphy, Bobby Springate, Tony Bugg, Bobby Riley and William Hayslett are to scholarships at Burgin or Independent Schools or to the Southside Christian Church Building Fund DORIS BURGIN Doris Burgin,of Cane Run Street, Tuesday, at Haggin Born May s daughter Cecil Davis and Lena Bunton Ransdell a homemaker and a Baptist Church and WMU She served the Navy Waves during World War II a VFW Auxiliary a Colonel and a charter and lifetime Ebenezer Homemaker Club a North Mercer Concerned Citizens, and Light and Lively Group at the Baptist Church her , Preston Burgin, ; son, James Davis Lawson, Frankfort; daughter, Mrs Joe (Joy Stevens, ; two brothers, C D Ransdell Jr, and Earl Franklin Ransdell, both of ; two s, Eva Mae Hahn, Frankfort, and Mary Crossfield, ; six , nine great She by a daughter, Betty Ann Lawson; two brothers, A L "Sammy" and Herbert Ransdell; one grandson, Gabriel Schooler were held Friday, at the Ransdell Chapel with Robert DeFoor and David Hartman Spring Hill Cemetery were Chris Bentley, Michael Dale Lawson, Kevin Perkins, Jonny Schooler, Anthony Ransdell, Billy Ransdell, Frank Hahn, David Ransdell and Eddie Sherrow Honorary bearers were Ann-Margret Perkins, Cathy Schooler, Brandi York, Lisa Stevens, Lisa Bentley, Olivia Perkins and Austin Schooler are to North Mercer Concerned Citizens or the "Find Us Faithful Fund" at the Christian Church CALVIN BRUNER Calvin Bruner,of Graham Avenue, Friday, at Liberty Care Center Liberty Born Mercer October Thomas Jackson and Margaret Nowland Bruner the widower of Mary Harris Wilder Bruner a carpenter for the Engle Construction Company daughter, Joyce (Robert R Phillips, ; four , four great and great great grandchild were Monday, at the Alexander and Royalty Home by Rev Larry Redding Spring Hill Cemetery Visitation topm, Sunday and afteram Monday at the home LEWIS HAFLEY The obituary last week's Herald for Lewis Hafley, who spelled the name as Louis Hafley incorrectly and should have been listed as Lewis Hafley ANNE McCLELLAN Anne Elizabeth Rives McClellan, Sunday, at the Haggin Extended Care Facility Born Lexington, June s daughter Robert C and Anne Shannon Rives S widow of John W McClellan She graduated the Nazareth Academy and attended the University of a secretary and bookkeeper for the J W McClellan General Contractors of for years a and past president Woman's Club, and a of St Andrew Catholic Church, Altar Society and Parish Council daughter, Mrs Anne Shannon Williams, ; two sons, Dr John W McClellan Jr, Henderson, and Joseph R McClellan, ; brother, Tony Rives, Louisville; seven and nine great She by daughter, Bettye Willis McClellan, and three brothers Mass was held at am , ember at St Andrew Catholic Church with Father Joseph Muench and Father Julian Pank Spring Hill Cemetery Grandsons served as pallbearers contributions are to be given to St Andrew Catholic Church building fund for the Eucharistic Chapel or to one's favorite charity McClellan Home was charge of WILLIAM McDUFFEY William Franklin McDuffey,of Russell Street, Burgin, Tuesday, at his residence Born April Harrison Thomas and Gertie McDuffey the E W Brown Plant and the Burgin Fire Department his , Ann E Dalton McDuffey, Burgin; two , Ella Mae James and Judy G Horton, both of Burgin: brother, Roscoe McDuffey, Sadieville; five and four great at pm , ember at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro Lester Tirey Burial the Shawnee Run Baptist Church Cemetery Bill Marks, David Smith, Frank Brown, John D Brown, Donald Bruce Brown, and Bud Sexton Members Burgin Volunteer Fire Department will serve as honorary pallbearers Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to the Burgin Fire Department Visitation topm and afteram at the home WILDA CUNNINGHAM Wilda "Bill" Cunningham,of Old Louisville Road, Salvisa, Tuesday, at his residence Born August Mercer David Ray and Mary Edwards Cunningham a supervisor of maintenance with Utilities a and deacon Kirkwood Baptist Church, a Mason with the Dugansville Lodge and an avid fisherman and gardener a U S Navy veteran of World War II his , Bonnie Cox Cunningham, Salvisa; two sons, David Cunningham, Anderson Jimmy Gilmore, Lexington; three , Mrs Michael (Patricia Singer, Louisville; Mrs Ricky (Mary Carey, Mrs Timmy (Barbara Sanders, Mercer ; two step , Pam Switzer, Lexington and Kim Huffman, Salvisa; step son, Keith Huffman, Lawrenceburg; two brothers, Buford and Byford Cunningham, both of Lawrenceburg; Mrs Hubert (Jewell Sparrow, Grafensburg; five , three great ; four step and two step great by his first , Louellen Fint Cunningham, a son, Jeff Cunningham, and a Ruth Wing at am Friday, ember at the Kirkwood Baptist Church with Bro Roy Coates and Bro Larry Redding Burial Kirkwood Cemetery Contributions are to the Kirkwood Baptist Church, Kirkwood Rd, KY or Heritage Hospice, W Broadway, Danville, KY Visitation topm, , and afteram at the Ritchie-Peach-Todd Home Lawrenceburg and after am Friday at the church JAMES DAVENPORT James A Davenport,of Woodsland Dr, Tuesday, at the Haggin Born June Walter Jackson and Emma Woods Davenport co-owner and operator of Davenport Transfer and a Baptist Church Past Master of Mercer Masonic Lodge # F&AM, active with Boy Scouts for many years and was a Bluegrass League Baseball Team He served the National Guard his , Hazel Davenport, ; three and six great A Masonic service at pm held at am Friday, ember at the Ransdell chapel with Dr Robert DeFoor Burial Spring Hill Cemetery Christopher Gann, Jason Gann, John Gann, Richard Doran, Bobby and Bruce Royalty Honorary bearers Douglas Taylor and Leon Royalty are to the American Cancer Society, PO Box KY Visitation topm and after am Friday at the chapel MIRTIE DAVIS Mirtie B Steele Davis, of Sims Lane, , ember at the Health Care Center Born April Mercer s daughter Allen and Joanna Sims Nicholes S widow of Tom Steele and Roscoe Davis a homemaker and a Church of Christ a son, Buddy (Martha Steele, ; two , Arlene Medley, and Ruby (James "Frog" Raley, both of ; daughter-in-law, Dora Carter, ; seven great and two great great She by a son, J T Carter, and a daughter, Alice Holzansky were held at am Saturday, emberat the Alexander and Royalty Home with James Hahn and Bro James Harley Spring Hill Cemetery were Clint Steele, Phillip Johnston, Jeff Rogers, Jeff Claxton, David Johnston, Blake Rogers, Harold Thomas Coulter and Billy Frank Coulter Thu MARGARET GASH Margaret Ann Gash,of Lynn Drive, , ember at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Danville Born July Mercer s daughter Felix G and Mary E Brown Norton S widow of Leonard Beckham "Beck" Gash a homemaker and a Hopewell Baptist Church daughter, Linda Holliday; six , Wayne Holliday, Deidra Long, Mark Paul, Sherry Paul, Dennis Gash and Robin Gash; five great were held Saturday, emberat the Ransdell Chapel, with Bro David Scalf Kirkwood Cemetery, Salvisa were Wayne Holliday, Mark Paul, Robin Gash, Dion Long, Billy Tisley, and Jimmy Howard Thu ANNE KIRKLAND Anne Kirkland,of North Columbia Avenue, Campbellsville, Friday, ember Campbellsville Born January s daughter Henry and Cora Carr Kurtz a Campbellsville Christian Church her , Donald Kirkland, Campbellsville; two sons, David Kirkland, Ft Lauderdale, FL, Greg Kirkland, Campbellsville; daughter, Donna (Gregg Williams, Campbellsville; brother, Jerry Kurtz, ; six , three great She by brother, Charles Kurtz were held at pm emberat the Parrott and Ramsey Home Campbellsville with Rev John Carroll Coomer Burial was Spring Hill Cemetery, were Fred Hoy, Josh Kirkland, Charles Kurtz Jr, Jerry Neal Kurtz, Billy B Smith, and Nathan Williams Thu WILMA CLAYTON Wilma B Clayton,of Lambert Rd, Louisville, , ember at her residence Born March Rosedale, IN, s daughter Edgar Poe and Elmer Rae Sanders Darland S widow of Clarence Clifton Clayton a homemaker and a Parkland Baptist Church Louisville daughter, Donna Rae Walker, Louisville; -in-law, Addie Darland, ; two , great grandchild and great great grandchild She by a daughter, Wilma Jean McGill; two s, Mabel Morgan and Lela Morgan; two brothers, Virgil Darland and Jack Darland were held Sunday, emberat the Alexander and Royalty Home with Rev Don Reed Spring Hill Cemetery Thu LINNIE HARMON Linnie M Adkinson Harmon,of Health Care Center, Saturday, ember at the James B Haggin Born March Mercer she was a homemaker and a of Grapevine Christian Church S widow of Marvin Harmon She is survived by her granddaughter, Charlotte Henson of Columbia, TN, and niece Graveside were held Monday, ember at the Grapevine Christian Church cemetery with Bro Jack Geurin Thu JOHN REID John William (Bill Reid, ly of at the UK , Lexington, the son Richard P and Alice Combs Reid his , Mary Ellen Adkins Reid; son, Matthew Alan Reid, Louisa; brother, Thomas W Reid, Tuscon, AZ the nephew of Mrs Louise Stopher of the Power Plant Louisa were held Sunday, at the Wilson Home the Yatesville Gardens Louisa contributions are to the John William Reid Football Scholarlship Fund Thu RUTH GOODPASTER Ruth Short Goodpaster, of Horton Road, LaGrange, Saturday, ember at the Taylorsville Health Care Center Taylorsville Born July Mercer s daughter Benjamin Dudley and Cokie Carrow Short S widow of Clarence O Goodpaster a year custodian Covenant United Methodist Church LaGrange, where she was a year She participated the church choir, Keenagers, Sunday School Class, on church newsletters, and the Asbury Quilting Circle She is survived by: son, Doug (Robin Goodpaster, Shelbyville; step daughter, Gay Hammer, Grand Junction, CO; two brothers, Arvin and Carl Short, both of Salvisa; three , four step She in by a brother, Gail Short were held , emberat the Ritchie-Peach-Todd Home Lawrenceburg with Dr John C Kerce and Dr Terry Faris the Lawrenceburg Cemetery were Arvin Wayne Short, Roy Short, Larry Short, Bennie Short, Butch Short and Bernie Short Contributions are to the Covenant United Methodist Church, W Jefferson St, LaGrange, KY Thu GEORGE BIGGERS George Clifton "Peaches" Biggers, of Stoner Street, Monday at his residence Born August Lebanon, Thomas A Biggers and Mary Logan Biggers the widower of Georgia Lee Thompson Biggers Pioneer One-Hour Cleaners, was a of St Peter AME church where he was a Trustee Board a US Army veteran of World War II and a Commander Club, DAV step daughter, Anita R Covington, ; step son, James E Johnson, Seoul, South Korea; two s, Lula Johnson, Flint, MI and Francine Clark, Atlanta, GA; four step , and five step great at pm at the St Peter AME Church with Rev Warren Dolphus Burial Maple Grove Cemetery Fred Bottoms, James Bryant, George Fisher, Andy Harris, George Wilhite and Harold Wilhite, Sr Visitation untilpm at the church Parks Home charge of Thu ZACK SANDERS Zack Sanders, Shannon Avenue, Monday, ember at the James B Haggin Born March Mercer Cabell and Lottie Riley Sanders a employee E W Brown, plant, after years and Dairy Queen, where he for five years a Shawnee Run Baptist Church his , Elsie Price Sanders, ; three sons, John Wesley (Butch Sanders, Frankfort, David Lynn Sanders, Versailles, and Zack Alexander (Alex Sanders, Morehead; three , Barbara Jean Colvin and Kimberly Diane Tuggle, both of Mercer and Mrs Evelyn Gayle Hall, ; step daughter, Jeanette DeGuzman, Las Vegas, NV; seven brothers, J C Sanders, Perryville, Joe Sanders, Henry Sanders, Douglas Sanders, and Roy Sanders, all of Burgin, Roger Sanders and Gilbert Sanders, both of Lexington; two s, Mrs Billy (Kitty Webb, Nicholasville, and Mrs Kenneth (Tina Whitehouse, Danville; ten ; two step and two great by two children, Carolyn and Gary Wayne Sanders at ; am at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro Lester Tirey Burial Bellevue Cemetery, Danville Steve Sanders, Brent Sanders, Bruce Sanders, Stanley Sanders, Roy Sanders, Jr, William Cabell Sanders, Isaac Colvin and Junior Turner Visitation topm and afteram at the home Thu JACKIE SATTERLY Jackie Leman Satterly,of Mulberry St, Burgin, Tuesday, ember , at the Falmouth Rest Home, Falmouth, KY Born July Washington of Sarah Frances Adkinson Jones and the Marshal Milton Satterly a employee of Bright’s Bottle Gas after years a Bethel Baptist Church, a City Councilman Burgin and an Avid UK fan Additional his , Lena Saunders Satterly, Burgin; stepmother, Mary Satterly, Mercer ; son, Jackie C Satterly, Boyle ; two , Tina Belcher, Parksville and Deborah Bush, ; two stepsons, Lee Woods and Tony Bailey, ; stepdaughter Barbara Bottom, Burgin; four step s, Ruby Hurst, Betty Dixon and Norma Hammons, Mercer and Dorothy Ann Stewart, CA; foster Patty Harden, ; four and six step by brother, Dalton Satterly at am Friday, ember at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Rev Joe Smith and Bro James Harley Burial Burgin Gardens Frank Brown, Milton Hammons, Scottie Hammons, Rockey Satterly, Tommy Satterly and Jeff Rogers Honorary bearers Bud Bright, John Bright, Mary Emily Wheeler, Glenn Peavler, Tommy Deshon, Richard Shewmaker, Ronnie Broce and A T Dean, Jr Visitation topm and afteram Friday until time of service Thu CHARLES CHAMBERS Charles Kenneth Chambers, Tuesday, ember at Central Baptist Lexington Born, ember Alfred Lee and Rosie Pittman Chambers a security guard at Kaybee Toys for the past years two , Connie Chambers Edwards, Lexington, and Gayle Chambers Brown, ; brother, Elton Chambers, Danville; two s, Bess Chambers, Frankfort and Margaret Worthington, Danville; three and three step were held Friday, ember at the Preston-Pruitt Home, with Rev Barry Jeffries the Parksville Cemetery were Scotty Chambers, Justin Chambers, Chris Chambers, Steve Smith, Reed Matherly, and David Roney Honorary bearers were Rod Jones, Ed Kinkle, Charlie Mingo, Beth Harmon, Joe Noel, Kalin Dean Brown, Aidan Ross Brown, and Delaney Bishop Edwards MILDRED DUNN Mildred E Dunn,of Clarksville, IN, , emberat the Clark Jeffersonville, IN Born March s daughter Claude and Lora Terhune a house and First Southern Baptist church Clarksville her , John L Dunn Sr, son, John L Dunn Jr, Garland, TX; daughter, Claudia Haehl, Borden IN; two brothers, Claude Terhune, Harlingen, TX and Loren Terhune, Lexington; two s, Anne Freeman, and Hollie Veatch, Lexington; two were held Monday, ember at the Chapman Home Clarksville, IN with Rev Russell Lievers Kraft-Graceland Park New Albany, IN ROY ROBINSON Roy Baxter Robinson,of North Main Street, Sunday, ember at his residence Born January Anderson Haskell and Hattie Pearl Puckett Robinson a mechanic for Spirit Chevrolet, a farmer and a of Bethel Baptist Church his , Betty Robinson, ; three sons, Connie Roy Robinson, Washington ; Ronnie Roy Robinson, Cornishville, Keith Robinson, Lexington; step son, Wayne Day, Salvisa; four step , Deborah Sallee, Linda Baker, Wanda Warren and Beverly Taylor, all of ; brother, Homer Robinson, ; three s, Nellie Holderman, Salvisa, Bonnie Trimble, Louisville, May Birch, Athens, GA; nine , step , three great and three step great He by a brother, James Robinson, and a Louise Giles were held Tuesday, ember at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Bro Cal Adams the Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery were Keith Robinson, Connie Robinson, Ronnie Robinson, Jeremy Robinson, Ben Robinson, and Zachary Robinson Honorary bearers were Wayne Day, Colton Robinson, David Robinson and Steve Long SARAH JONES Sarah Elizabeth Parks Jones,of North Fort Street, Sunday, ember at the residence of her daughter Lexington Born April s daughter James Monroe and Marie Williams Parks a of First Baptist Church, a employee of Modine (Signet of and was a check-out clerk for Kroger her , Scott Lawrence Jones Sr, ; daughter, Donna Scott, Lexington; four sons, Scott L Jones, Jr, Lexington; Larry D Jones, Stanford, James S Jones, Biloxi, MS, and Kimble L Jones, ; four brothers, William Henry Parks, Sr, Charles Monroe Parks, Sr, Wallace A Parks, all of and Lucian Parks, Dalton, GA; two s, Louise Phillips, San Diego, CA and Cora Allen, ; seven She by two brothers and two s were , ember at the Centennial Baptist Church with Rev R J Gentry and Rev J D Short III Maple Grove Cemetery were Andre Jones, Charles Parks, Jr, Gus Parks, Henry Parks, Gary Walker and Keith Walker Parks Home charge of FLOY LUNSFORD Floy McKinley Lunsford,of Hartford, ly of Friday, ember at the Ohio Hartford A native of Jamestown, s daughter Finis and Vergie McKinney a house six sons, Buddy Lunsford, Rosine, Charles, Kenny, and Billy Lunsford, all of Beaver Dam, Jimmy Lunsford, Jamestown, and Tommy Lunsford, Hartford; five , Jo Linn Sowers, Noblesville, IN, Mary Jane Gustin, Anderson, IN, Darlene Jones, Hartford, Kathy Rhineheimer, Lexington, and Dottie Rose, Nicholasville; Lorene Thompson, Seaford, DE; and great She by her , Eugene Lunsford, who April Graveside were held Monday, ember at the Ebenezer Cemetery Wm L Danks Home Hartford was charge of ISALEEN SPARROW Isaleen Carpenter Sparrow,of Perryville, Tuesday, ember at Good Samaritan Lexington Born July s daughter W B And Carrie Mae Young Carpenter a house two sons, David C Sparrow, Danville, and Dr James W Sparrow, Enterprise, AL; Etta Mae Bottoms, IN; three brothers, W B Carpenter Jr, and Donald Carpenter, both of Springfield, and Duard Webb, Louisville She by her , George Sparrow; three brothers, Wallace Carpenter, Reid Carpenter and James Webb; Edith Gray were held Friday, ember at the Wilder Home Perryville with Rev Scott Carpenter and Rev Robert Shockley Hillcrest Cemetery Perryville were Mike Casey, Doug Bechanan, Johnny Carpenter, Danny Carpenter, Joe Carpenter, Richie Sparrow, Bobby Joe Wheeler and Burnam Lanham are to the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church J EARL O'BRYANT J Earl O'Bryant, of N College Street, Saturday, ember at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Danville Born Larue February Weller and Anna A Perceful O'Bryant the widower of Adelee Hoefler O'Bryant one son, James E O'Bryant Jr, Dickson, TN; daughter, Bonnie O Tanner, ; brother, Albert Lee O'Bryant, Louisville; Anna Ruth Doss, Columbus, IN; two and great grandchild were Tuesday, ember at the McClellan Home by Mike Conover were Armond Bottom, Kenneth Burns, Connie Ellis, Brennan Royalty, Edwin Freeman, and Milward Dedman MATTHEW CLARK Matthew Edison Clark, of Heritage Woods, , ember at Children's , Pittsburgh, PA Born February Danville, of Max E Clark, and Diana Lynn Whittaker Clark, Mercer a pre-pharmacy student at Eastern University and was a of Southside Christian Church , addition to his parents, include: brother, Christopher Eric Clark, ; half Gwen Clark, ; grandparents, Donald and Jaqueline Whittaker, ; paternal grandparents, Marvin and Lorene Clark, ; step mother, Sheila Clark, ; fiancée, Laura Pinkston, Burgin by a brother, Michael Ashford Clark were held Monday, ember at the Ransdell Chapel with Sam Stow and Brackie Willoughby Spring Hill Cemetery were Chad Patterson, Frankie Price, Nick Risden, Patrick Houston, Michael Cummins and Timothy Lewis are to Organ Donor Affiliates, Lexington, KY NORA CAREY Nora Carey, of Morgan Avenue, Saturday, ember at the home of her daughter Lawrenceburg Born Washington s daughter Thomas and Lucinda Coulter Young a homemaker and a Baptist Church and the Glad Hand Sunday School class also active the Mercer Senior Citizens daughter, Mildred (Charles Stratton, Lawrenceburg; son, Ernest Reed Goff, Willisburg; Lizzie Mae Carey, DeKalb, IL; grandson were held Tuesday, ember at the Ransdell Chapel with Robert DeFoor the Willisburg Cemetery were Curtis Sherrow, Garland Hoskins, Robert Prather, R C Devine, Bobby Chesser and David Hardin ROLAND ARNOLD Sr Roland E Arnold, Srof Road, Perryville, Sunday ember at the Haggin Born August William and Lucille Bryant Arnold a employee Herald and was a Baptist church also a Little League Basketball and Baseball Coach his , Myrtle Ann Tucker Arnold, Perryville; four sons, Jerry Arnold, Boyle Gary Arnold and Brian Arnold, both of Mercer Roland Arnold Jr, Perryville; daughter, Cindy Arnold Camic, Perryville; brother, Billy Arnold, Danville; five s, Dolores McCrystal, Mercer Peggy Brown, Sandra Dees, Debbie Sallee and Jackie Phillips, all of ; were held Tuesday, ember at the Ransdell Chapel with Bill Boldt the Perryville Cemetery were Mike Brown, Robert Brown, Shane Sallee, Shawn Sallee, Tony Arnold, Barry Arnold, Ricky McCrystal and Steve McCrystal Honorary bearers were the Herald staff, Charles McCrystal, Dennis Sallee, Donnie French, I C Phillips, Skip Stocker, Carlos Lester, Charles Hatcher, Jimmie McKee, Brennan Royalty, Ed Robertson, Bob Martin and Everett Hall are to one's favorite charity JOSEPH PLANTE Joseph Plante,of Lamont Drive, Lexington, , ember at the Darby Square Nursing Home Lexington Born Massachusetts, Edwin and Fabiola Plante a graduate of Crawford College San Antonio, TX, a graduate of Kansas City School of Watchmaking and Engraving and after more than twenty years the Engineering Department at IBM a U S Army veteran of World War II two s-in-law, Mrs Pearl Stine of Lawrenceburg and Mrs May Burchell of Burgin; brother-in-law, J C Stine, Lawrenceburg; niece, Mrs David (Dottie Sims, Burgin; two great-nieces, Mrs Cheryl Lee Currens and Mrs Lou Ann Ison, both of ; three great great nieces He by his of years, Elizabeth Burchell Plante, who October were held Sunday, ember at the Alexander and Royalty Home with Kenny Speaks Burgin Gardens were Tommy Ison, David Sims, Barry Currens, Chris Long, Bill Grimes and Danny Noel GRACE MATHERLY Grace Simpson Matherly, of Mackville, , ember at her residence Born April Washington s daughter David and Lillie Hardin Simpson a Mackville Christian Church three , Geri Russell, Orene Matherly and Emogene Matherly, all of Mackville; seven She by her , Raymond Matherly, June ; two sons, Sterling Matherly, April and Warren Matherly, March ; granddaughter, Phyllis Russell; one Ada Florence Hardin; three brothers, George Simpson, Buford Simpson and Spencer Simpson were held Sunday, ember at the Carey and Son Home with Bro Ken Ward and Bro Fred Whitacre the Peter Cemetery at Mackville were Mike Matherly, Benny Matherly, Don Matherly, Todd Matherly, Brad Matherly and Buddie Hardin Honorary bearers were Kenenth Riley, Carlton Shewmaker, Dr Charles D Howard, Charles Turner and Donnie Hardin THELMA COYLE Thelma Perkins Coyle,of Mackville, , ember the emergency room James B Haggin Born June Washington s daughter Erastus and Flossie Armstrong Perkins a Mackville Christian Church son, Jerome (Lena Rae Coyle, Willisburg; daughter, Shelby Jean Kiff, Cayce, SC; four , seven great She by her , Roy S Coyle, May ; two brothers, Haldine Perkisn and J W Perkins were held Saturday, ember at the Carey and Son Home with Bro Fred Whitacre and Bro Greg Bowen the Peter Cemetery at Mackville were Jerry Coyle, Douglas Coyle, Steve Carey, Barry Gash, Marty Hatchett and Jeff Settles MARVIN BALLARD Marvin Edison Ballard Sr,of B Marksbury, Lancaster, Sunday, ember at the Garrard Born February of Margaret Lucille Mulligan Ballard of Lancaster, and the Edison C Ballard a truck driver addition to his mother, include: daughter, Tracy Barnes, Shelbyville; three sons, Marvin Ballard Jr, Bedford, Matthew Ballard and Jason Ballard, both of Shelbyville; brother Paul Ballard, Garrard ; Carol Henry, Mercer ; three by a Patricia Henry were held , ember at Shannon Home Shelbyville with Rev Doug Boyd Fairview Cemetery, Shelby ALLENE PREWITT Allene Prewitt, Cornishville Road, Monday, ember as a result of an automobile accident on KY are incomplete at Ramsey Home Lancaster Another Is Killed In Wreck On Hwy A -year-old Mercer woman was killed Monday morning following a two-vehicle accident on Bohon Road (Hwy Allene Prewitt of Cornishville Road was killed at the same location that was the scene of a fatality just two months before which -year-old Cari Yates Prewitt was a passenger a Oldsmobile driven by -year-old Edna Wayne of The accident occurred when a Ford Tempo, driven by Jessica Valencia-Ortiz, of crossed the centerline, colliding with the Oldsmobile Prewitt, who suffered multiple injuries, was pronounced dead at the scene by Mercer _Coroner Sonny_Ransdell Nathan Prewitt,who also was a passenger Wayne’s vehicle, was taken to the James B Haggin and treated for injuries Both drivers were wearing seatbelts The two passengers were not The accident is being investigated by Trooper Christopher Lanham According to an accident report, charges against Valencia-Ortiz are pending The two fatalities less than two months at this particular location have prompted a Mercer citizen and a state representative to look to the state for assistance Both accidents happened front Darland residence at Bohon Rd Stephen Darland said there have been five or six wrecks approximately six weeks_He said if statistics were known for the past years, people would be "astounded" at the number of accidents that location Unlike most treacherous roads, this is not attributed to a sharp curve "It’s not a degree curve," said Darland "The road is banked wrong" Darland said the banking along the side road, mixed with a slightly wet highway makes it a very hazardous curve He said it could be worse than snow and ice on the highway As long as drivers are traveling at to miles per hour and the highway is dry, they can make the turn However, if the road is slightly wet, drivers can barely make it at mph, said Darland "I could not begin to determine how many accidents we’ve had here" Darland said he was walking his shop to his house when he saw Valencia-Ortiz’s vehicle come over the hill At that moment, he said he knew she was not going to make the curve The dangerous curve prompted Rep Jack Coleman, D-Burgin, to contact James Codell at the State Department of Transportation That call may result a solution Coleman expected some action this week He said state officials were to place curb and Chevron signs at the location However, this is only a temporary measure Coleman does not think a guard rail of much help, because there is a driveway the most dangerous part curve, which would create a broken guard rail In Coleman’s estimation, the curb needs to be reconstructed Coleman said the road is to be repaved early next year At that time, he said the curve and the danger it imposes will need to be reassessed and further action taken He said the dip needs to be filled and the curve milled so it banks all the way around "The state has been looking into the traffic safety situation on that road, including Mann’s Road," said Coleman, adding state officials are aware that there is more than site that needs attentionThe state intends to put guard rails on Mann’s Road If the work planned for Bohon Road does not do what is intended, Coleman said the state will then consider guard rails CECIL SHEPARD Cecil Ray Shepard,of Alton Road, Lawrenceburg, Tuesday, ember at the Frankfort Regional Medical Center Born August Frankfort, Ray and Josephine Smith Shepard a Korean Army veteran, a life VFW Post #, and a American Legion a of Central Baptist Church Lawrenceburg and an avid fisherman his , Patricia Shelton Shepard; daughter, Kimberly Wilson, Lawrenceburg; step daughter, Melody Curtis, Frankfort; two step sons, Mark Toole, Lawrenceburg and Gene Toole, Frankfort; two brothers, Harold Shepard, Frankfort and Billy Shepard, New Llano, LA; four s, Virginia Smith, LaHarbra, CA, Betty J Curtis, Frankfort, Wanda McDonald, Frankfort and Patricia Dipole, Akron, OH; five by two brothers, Allen and Reuben Shepard; Juanita Shepard were held , ember at the Ritchie-Peach-Todd Home Lawrenceburg, with Bro Tommy Hockensmith Military rites were observed at the close service Honorary pallbearers were JAMES NIELD James Kenneth Nield, of Port Orchard, WA, ember Born Mercer James O And Ethel Ross Nield a automobile mechanic and a veteran of World War II his , Yvonne Nield of Port Orchard, WA; son, Terry Nield, Arlington WA; daughter, Shirly Gayle Tilford, Lafayette, IN; brother, Norman Nield, Boyle ; two s, Margaret Nield Weldon, Boyle Juanita Nield Perry, Elizabethtown; four Arlington, WA JAMES COMINGO James Mitchell Comingo, Tuesday, ember born August a year veteran US Air Force, having served during World War II, Korea and Viet Nam He as a Senior Master Sergeant a of American Legion Posta life VFW of Ballut Abyad Temple Shrine, of Szecwan Blue Lodge #, Taipei, Taiwan, and a nd degree Scottish Rite Valley of Taipei Orient of Taiwan, China his , Su Chen Comingo, Albequerque, NM; two sons, James Haley of George Comingo, Bangor, MA; daughter, Sharon Proulx, Brewer, MA; Rosemary Stevenson, Seattle, WA by a son, Ricky, were held Saturday, ember the Chapel of Fitzgerald and Son Directors, Carlisle NE, with Rev Gerald White Following cremation, burial the Santa Fe National Cemetery with military honors CATHERINE DRISCOLL Catherine Phillips Driscoll, of Kirkwood Rd, Salvisa, Friday, ember at her residence S widow of William Horrace Driscoll and daughter George and Susan Ward Phillips an Anderson native, a graduate of Danville School of Nursing and a LPN at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center a Salvisa Baptist Church for over years and a of the church choir a Concerned Citizens of Salvisa two , Sue Freeman and Carolyn Blakemore, both of Lawrenceburg; two sons, William (Agnes "Billy" Driscoll, and David (Paula Driscoll, both of Salvisa; brother, Charles Phillips, Edenburg, IN; , great She by brother, John Phillips were held at pm Tuesday, ember at the Ritchie-Peach-Todd Home Lawrenceburg with Bro John Hockersmith Sand Spring Cemetery were Donald and Steven Freeman, Keith and Guy Driscoll, David Charles Driscoll and Chad Robinson Honorary bearers were Morris Yocum, Ralph Morris and Larry Trisler Contributions are to Heritage Hospice, W Broadway, Danville, KY RUTH SEBASTIAN Ruth Prewitt Sebastian,Hagan Court, Lancaster, Friday, ember at the Garrard Born January Garrad s daughter Cameron C And Viola Creech Prewitt S widow of Herald Sebastian a homemaker and Lancaster Baptist Church son, David H Sebastian, Arlington, TX; daughter, Ann S Shaw, Cleveland, GA; Mildred Carey, Lancaster; brother, James T Prewitt, New Castle; grandchild and great grandchild were held at pm Tuesday, ember at Ramsey Home Lancaster the Lancaster Cemetery ALLENE PREWITT Allene Lois Conn Prewitt, of Somerset, Sunday, ember as a result of an automobile accident on Hwy Mercer Born ember Garrard s daughter Hugh Parks and Nannie Devere Conn a homemaker and a Cornishville Baptist Church her , Nathan Prewitt, Somerset; daughter, Susie Prewitt, ; brother, Russ Conn, FL; two s, Nellie Hightower, OK, and Edna Wayne, Cornishville; grandson She by three brothers and two s were held Friday, ember at Ramsey Home Lancaster with Bro Paul Readnour the Lancaster Cemetery were Allen Prewitt, Wayne Prewitt, Jackie Fayne, James Long, Jerry Hume and Jimmy Hume WILLIAM DAUGHERTY William Andrew "Andy" Daugherty, of Highway Campbellsburg, Sunday, ember Campbellsburg as a result of an automobile accident A native of Boyle he was an employee of Johnson Control Shelbyville, a Ellers Baptist Church the Prime Time Car Club, and a graduate of Henry High School his mother, Deborarh Crossfield Boyd and step father, Robert L Boyd, both of Campbellsburg; Ruth Peyton Crossfield, Lawrenceburg; paternal step grandparents, Charles and Ruby Boyd, Shelbyville He by his grandfather, Bill Crossfield were held , ember at Gash Chapel Lawrenceburg with Bro Doug Boyd and Bro Mike Hamrick in Sand Spring Cemetery Anderson were Jamie Arnold, Glenn Roberts, Matt Sacra, Bronson Dale, Tim Arvin, Dale Proctor and Charles Boyd, Jr Honorary bearers were Dustin Crossfield, Peyton Crossfield, Daniel Crossfield, and s Prime Time Car Club contributions are to the Sand Spring Cemetery Fund, c/o Ralph Smith, Park Lane, Lawrenceburg, KY JAMES BOSWELL James H Boswell,of Boswell St, , ember at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Danville Born April Washington Merritt Alonzo and Viviva Taylor Boswell and was the widower of Jewell Lay Boswell a farmer and contractor and a of Ellers Baptist Church He served the navy during World War II son, Brennan (Brenda Boswell, Burgin; daughter, Betsy Isham (Frank Potts, Ocoee, TN; brother, Lonnie Boswell, Springfield,; four s, Gladys Rose, Hodgenville, Mary Kate Darland, Mackville, Grace Black, Frankfort, and Mattie Mattingly, Springfield; five , Tonya Horn, Bubby Isham, Karen Bell, Jimmy Boswell and Chris Boswell; six great by four brothers and three s were held Sunday, ember at the Ransdell chapel with Tony Pinkston and Kenneth Whitehouse Spring Hill Cemetery were Eddie Horn, Bubby Isham, Chris Boswell, Jimmy Boswell, Nicholas Moss, Jim Bob Horn, David Hawkins and Joshua Horn are to the American Cancer Society, PO Box KY or to the charity of one's choice LOYS McCLELLAN Loys McClellan, of Health Care Center, Monday, ember at the Haggin born ember Greenville, and was the son John and Della Corley McClellan the widower of Martha Kimmel McClellan a and past president Lions Club, served on the adult board Youth Council, Mercer Road Runners and a Baptist Church and the Glad Hand Sunday School class a superintendent J W McClellan Construction Company daughter, Martha McClellan McCloud, ; two sons, John David McClellan, Fort Worth, TX and Jim Ed McClellan, Taylorsville; seven , six great , three step and step great at pm , ember at the McClellan Home with Rev Mark Girard Burial Spring Hill Cemetery Jeff McClellan, Kenneth McClellan, Jamie McClellan, Davina McClellan, Don Smith Jr, David Quinn Honorary bearers Will Young and Alonzo Meaux contributions are to the Mercer United Way or to the Lions Club Visitation topm on and after am , at the home STARR DILLOW Starr G Dillow,Salvisa, ly of Wheelersburg, OH, Sunday, ember at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Danville Born January Milton, WV, s daughter Mr and Mrs E W Edmonds of Barbourville, WV S widow of Raymond Dillow She and her owned and operated the Cake Box Bakery Wellston, OH for a number of years two sons, Ernest (Shirley Applegate, Austin, TX, John (Ellen Applegate, Salvisa; four s, Linnie Cremeans, Barbourville, WV, Fern Cherivassi, Winter Park, FL, Mable Mosurick and Kathryn Clark, Bridgewater, NJ; , great and two great great She by a daughter, Aline Jarvis at am , ember at the Harrison & Pyles Home, Wheelersburg, OH, with Rev Jerry Hager Ransdell chapel charge of local KENT SATTERLY Kent Lee Satterly,of Oak Park Drive, Huntsville, AL, , ember Huntsville Born Dalton and Mable Jenkins Satterly the U S Army with years of service, receiving many medals, honors, and special training to further his education an employee of NCCIN, Huntsville, AL include: his , Joan Satterly, Huntsville, AL; Lori B Bailey and paternal Francis Jones, both of ; daughter, Jennifer Satterly, Largo, FL; his step father, Estle Jenkins, DeKalb, IL; step son, Jocat Conner, Huntsville, AL; two brothers, Rocky Satterly, of Albertville, AL and Tommy Satterly, ; seven s, Debbie Stakston, Rockford, IL, Connie (Robert Wallace, Cadiz, Lora (Kenny Kidd, Danville, Peggy (Milton Wilson, Sycamore, IL, Beverly Larrison, Genoa, IL, Vetta (David Teater of and Mary (Thomas Bray, DeKalb, IL; grandchild were held at pm , ember at the Alexander and Royalty Home Grapevine Christian Church Cemetery were Larry Denny, Ralph Maness, Jesse Maness, David Denny, Jackie Satterly, Jr, and Ron Lewis MILITARY RITES Douglas Laws Post #American Legion, Post #VFW and DAV Post # Military Rites for James Boswell at Spring Hill Cemetery on ember Those attending were: Roy Freeman, Willie Gritton, Louis Ransdell, James Carey, Howard Howells, Buddy Howells and Tommy Lane Zena Teater served as bugler EDITH RANSDELL Edith Gilman Ransdell,of Talmage-Mayo Road, Tuesday, ember at Health Care Center Born August Mercer s daughter John and Julia Ingram Allen a Cricketeer Manufacturing employee and was a Baptist Church and Order Eastern Star, Chapter She also at Shakertown at Pleasant Hill three sons, Curtis Ransdell and Carroll Lewis Ransdell, both of and Kenneth Ransdell of MD; five and great She by tow sons, Leon Ransdell, John Morris Ransdell; daughter, Julia Marie Ransdell at pm , ember at the Ransdell Chapel, with Steve Sleeper An Order Eastern Star Service atpm, Burial Spring Hill Cemetery Curt Ransdell, Brian Murphy, Mike Woody, David C Ransdell, Darren Ransdell, Dale Goodpaster, Austin Goodpaster and Jordan Goodpaster are to the Gideon Bible Fund, PO Box KY Visitation topm and after am at the chapel