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					                                               Kentucky Obituaries
                                              The Casey County News
                                                      2007
                                     Obituaries for 5 December are not available

AGUIRRE, NANCY LOUISE AGUIRRE. Nancy Louise Clark                    ALLEN, MATTIE L. ALLEN. Mattie L. Smith Allen of
  Aguirre of Stilesville, Ind. died Saturday, Aug. 11, 2007 at the      Bradfordsville died Friday, April 20, 2007 at Ephraim
  University of Kentucky Medical Center in Lexington. She was           McDowell Hospital. She was 82. Born in Marion County, she
  68. Born in Casey County on April 30, 1939, she was the               was the daughter of the late John and Melzinia Atwood Smith.
  daughter of Jessie Buril Tarter of Liberty and the late Arnold        She was a homemaker and had previously worked for 19
  Clay Clark. She was a homemaker. In addition to her                   years at a Coca-Cola Bottling Company. Survivors include
  mother, survivors include her husband, Joquin Aguirre; two            her husband, Hollis Allen; a granddaughter, Dr. Kim Kelley;
  sons, Michael Barnett of Texas and Toney Hood of                      and nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her
  Tennessee; two daughters, Rhonda Barnett of West Virginia             son, Michael Kelley. A graveside service was April 23 at
  and Jerri Lynn Hood of Tennessee; 11 grandchildren; nine              Hustonville Cemetery. W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home was in
  great-grandchildren; three brothers, Donald Clark of Liberty,         charge of arrangements.
  and Ronald and Gerald Clark, both of Cloverdale, Ind.; and
  three sisters, Carol Lane of Middleburg, Glenda Prosser of         ALLEN, ROY GLEN ALLEN. Roy Glen Allen of Simpsonville died
  Hustonville and Linda McKnight of Junction City. Burial was           Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2007 at Baptist Hospital East in
  Aug. 13 in Hill Top Cemetery with Bro. Donald Clark                   Louisville. He was 62. Born in Indiana on Feb. 7, 1945, he
  officiating. Pallbearers were Larry Lane, Anthony Wheeler,            was the son of Dossie Marie Lee Allen of Liberty and the late
  Frank Clark, Duane Wilham, Larry Cooper and Michael                   Carl Allen. He was a machine operator for International
  Barnett. McKinney-Brown Funeral Home was in charge of                 Harvester and worked at Inland Container. He served as a
  arrangements.                                                         deacon in both Simpsonville Christian and Gum Lick Christian
                                                                        churches. In addition to his mother, survivors include his wife,
ALLEN, EULIS MARK ALLEN. Eulis Mark Allen of Campbellsville             Hazel Ann Gabehart Allen; a son, Stacy (and LaDonna) Allen;
   died Thursday, Sept. 6, 2007 in Elkhorn. He was 78. Born in          two grandchildren, Ashton and Dawson Allen; two sisters, Alta
   Campbellsville on Oct. 7, 1928, he was the son of the late           Jean Nield of Boyle County and Barbara Dean Riddle of
   O.T. and Anna Marie Whited Allen. He was a farmer.                   Liberty; and a brother, Dale Allen of Liberty. He was
   Survivors include two daughters, Rosie Carol Smothers and            preceded in death by two sisters, Charolette Kay and Joyce
   Barbara Mae Crawford, both of Lebanon; three sons, Steven            Allen. Funeral services were Aug. 11 at McKinney-Brown
   Ray Allen and Ronnie Ray Allen, both of Campbellsville, and          Funeral Home by Bro. Jim Robinson. Burial was in Whited
   Ricky Lee Allen of Nancy; 10 grandchildren; 10 great-                Cemetery. Pallbearers were David Taylor, Willis, Robert,
   grandchildren; two sisters, Dianne Woods of Tennessee and            Ronnie and Alfred Lee, Greg Riddle and Jeremy Robbins.
   Julia Pittman of Bradfordsville; a brother, Junior Allen of          The honorary pallbearer was Ashton Allen.
   Midway; two half-sisters, Mossie Stafford and Dorothy
   Choate, both of Liberty; a half-brother, Johnny Allen of          ALLEN, SIMON ALLEN. Simon Allen of Liberty died Sunday,
   Florida; and a special friend, Betty Sallee, and her son,            Feb. 25, 2007 at Casey County Hospital. He was 67. Born in
   Willard Sallee, both of Lebanon. He was preceded in death            Casey County on May 23, 1939, he was the son of the late
   by a son, Mark Anthony Allen; two grandchildren; a sister,           Jim and Laura Scott Allen. He was a former drywall applicator
   Jessie Mc-Donald; two half-sisters, Stella and Eller Jane            and Vietnam U.S. Army veteran. Survivors include two sons,
   Allen; and five half-brothers, James Eddie, Octavs, Ozzie,           Jeffrey Lynn Allen and Gary D. Allen, both of Elizabethtown; a
   Beckham and Julis Allen. Funeral services were Sept. 9 at            daughter, Laura Jean Wilham of Cincinnati; a brother, Closkie
   Bartle Funeral Home Chapel by the Revs. Jerry Lanham and             Allen of Liberty; three sisters, Morene Brown of Mt. Healthy,
   Steve Coffey. Burial was in Whited Cemetery. Pallbearers             Ohio, Delta Allen and Dorenda Woodrum, both of Liberty. He
   were Dale Reynolds, Joseph Kessinger, Chris Allen, Chris             was preceded in death by five sisters, Lorene, Florene,
   McFarland, Rick Hutchins and Robby Pittman. Honorary                 Shirley and Elsie Allen and Alene Atwood; three brothers,
   pallbearers were Tony Wright and Ahmed Eid.                          Marvin, Clifton and Roy Allen; a half-sister, Lola Buck; and a
                                                                        half-brother, Roscoe Allen. Funeral services are today (Feb.
ALLEN, MADGE A. ALLEN, January 9, 2008. Madge A. Allen of               28) at 11 a.m. at Bartle Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Jeff
   Florida died Monday, Dec. 31, 2007 at her home. She was 86.          Edwards. Burial will be in Whited Cemetery with military rites
   Born in Albany on July 2, 1921, she was a daughter of the late       performed by the Casey County Funeral Squad.
   Theodore and Arpha Tuggle Marcum. She was a homemaker
   and of the Methodist faith. Survivors include her husband of      ANGEL, WANDA L. ANGEL. Wanda L. Buis Angel died Sunday,
   61 years, John D. Allen; three daughters, Chrystal Bourff of        Sept. 2, 2007. She was 77. Born in Casey County on Jan. 12,
   Idaho, Deborah K. Lee of Tennessee and Dena Hope of                 1930, she was the daughter of the late Cecil and Margaret
   Liberty; a son, John M. Allen of Idaho; a stepdaughter, Sheryl      Roy Buis. She was retired from Proctor and Gamble and the
   Jans of Texas; three sisters, Evelyn Purdue, Jean Raines and        widow of Floyd Angel. Survivors include two sons, James
   Barbara Stearns, all of Indiana; seven grandchildren and five       Angel and Jerry (and Mary) Angel; a daughter, Brenda (and
   great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a sister,         Jim) English; four grandchildren, Mark (and Barb) English,
   Sylvia McKinney; and two brothers, Ken and Byron Marcum.            Jeremy (and Tabby) Angel, Scott (and Lajuana) Angel and
   Funeral services were Jan. 5 at McKinney-Brown Funeral              Melissa (and Shane) Scalf; six great-grandchildren, Taylor
   Home by Bro. Jeff Edwards. Burial was in Allen Cemetery.            English, Talor Scalf, Logan Angel, Dawson Angel, Shane
   Pallbearers were Jerald Hope, John and Ethan Moore, David           Scalf Jr. and Morgan Angel; a brother-in-law, Wallace Keller;
   Bourff, Jason Allen and Tom Rice.                                   two nieces, Diane (and Gary) Carter and Bev (and Jim)
   Bielicki; and four nephews, Rick Carter, Ron Keller, Greb        BARR, HELEN M. BARR, January 2, 2008. Helen Mae Barr of
   Keller and Gary Wyrick. She was preceded in death by a             Liberty died Saturday, Dec. 29, 2007 at Britthaven of
   granddaughter, Lily Angel; two sisters, Margaret Wyrick and        Somerset. She was 60. Born in Casey County on April 9,
   Donna Keller; and a nephew, Michael Caudill. Funeral               1947, she was the daughter of Harvey Redford of Liberty and
   services were Sept. 7 at Hodapp Funeral Home in Cincinnati,        the late Beatrice Luttrell Redford. She was a member of the
   Ohio. Burial was in Crown Hill Memorial Park in Cincinnati.        Christ Tabernacle Church. In addition to her father, survivors
   Memorial contributions are suggested to the American Cancer        include five sisters, Connie Luttrell, Carol Emerson, Bertha
   Society or Highland Avenue Baptist Church.                         Allen, Debbie Stevens and Sharon Edwards, all of Liberty;
                                                                      three brothers, James Redford of Danville, and Billy and
ARVIN, JESSELYN E. ARVIN. Jesselyn E. Arvin of Indianapolis           David Redford, both of Liberty. She was preceded in death by
  died Saturday, March 31, 2007 at the Regency Place of               three brothers, Danny, Roger and Tommy Redford. Funeral
  Greenwood in Greenwood, Ind. She was 65. Born in Casey              services are today (Jan. 2) at 2 p.m. at McKinney-Brown
  County on April 6, 1941, she was the daughter of the late           Funeral Home by Bro. Russell Shaffer. Burial is in Oak Grove
  William Jesse and Violet Peyton Arvin and the granddaughter         Contown Cemetery.
  of the late Biece and Ray Peyton. Survivors include two
  daughters, Deena (and Dean) Nutter of Danville and Wendy          BARTON, SEBERT K. BARTON, 87. Sebert K. Barton of
  (and Paul) Bostick of Ashland; a brother, William Jesse Arvin       Dunnville died Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2007 at his home. He was
  Jr. of Indianapolis, Ind.; two sisters, Jacquelyn Overby of         87. Born in Whitehead, N.C. on Dec. 13, 1919, he was the
  Frankfort and Josselyn McKinney of Knoxville, Tenn.; and            son of the late Killis and Minnie Atwood Barton. He was a
  three grandchildren, Sara and Kendra Nutter and Brian               farmer, production worker of Cummins Engine Co. in
  Bostick. Funeral services were April 5 at W.L. Pruitt Funeral       Columbus, Ind., a U.S. Army World War II veteran and of the
  Home by Dr. J. Timothy Mathis. Burial was in Hustonville            Methodist faith. Survivors include his wife, Joanna Wagoner
  Cemetery. Pallbearers were Justin, Adam and Danny                   Barton; four daughters, Rosmarie Goodwin of Germany, Mary
  Jeffries, Bruce Johnson, Dean Nutter and Dustin Getter.             Ann Williamson of Columbus, Ind., Sue Arbuckle of Florida
  Honorary pallbearers were Richard Weissinger, Jim Reed, Ed          and Norma Snyder of Columbus, Ind.; a son, Hershel Barton
  Overby, and Karl Stankovic.                                         of Columbus, Ind.; three step-children, Katherine Carr, Claud
                                                                      J. Hilton and Grace Ann Comer, all of Maryland; a sister,
ATWOOD, ANNA BERNICE ATWOOD. Anna Bernice "Necie"                     Pauline White of Nashville, Ind.; 11 grandchildren; and several
  Atwood of Liberty died Friday, Jan. 26, 2007 at her home. She       step-grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-
  was 74. Born in Casey County on Dec. 29, 1932, she was the          grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two step-
  daughter of the late Otha and Alta Wilcher Cochran. She was         children, William Hilton and Blanche Rodgers; and a brother,
  a homemaker, a former employee of Liberty Sportswear, a             James C. Barton. Funeral services were Nov. 17 at
  member of Carr's Chapel Church of God and the widow of              McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Earl Neat. Burial was
  James Welby Atwood. Survivors include two daughters,                in Cold Springs Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ed Goodwin,
  Sharlene (and Larry) Brown of Liberty and Anna Jean (and            Brian Snyder, Jake Arbuckle, Traci Allen, Linc Allen, Carrie
  Kevin) Wethington of Liberty; two sons, J.C. (and Karen)            Dickey, Don Williamson and Joe Chance.
  Atwood and Gary (and Janice) Atwood of Campbellsville;
  companion and longtime caregiver, Jerry Sandusky of Liberty;      BASTIN, DARRELL EUGENE BASTIN. Darrell Eugene Bastin of
  a sister, Maxine Hale of Liberty; 10 grandchildren; and eight       Liberty died Tuesday, July 24, 2007 at Markey Cancer Center
  great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by six               in Lexington. He was 71. Born in Casey County on May 1,
  brothers, William, Chauncie, Lewis, Lowell, Jerry and Morris        1936, he was the son of the late Harvey and Evie Black
  Wayne Cochran; and two sisters, Mable and Lois Atwood.              Bastin. He was a farmer, merchant, mechanic and a member
  Funeral services were Jan. 29 at McKinney-Brown Funeral             of Mt. Olive Christian Church. Survivors include his wife,
  Home by Bros. Ed Parton and Wayne Naylor. Burial was in             Velma Napier Bastin; a son, Rick (and Kathy) Bastin of Ft.
  Caney Fork Cemetery. Pallbearers were Eric Brown, Brandon           Worth, Texas; two daughters, Vicky (and Jim) Phillippe of
  Brown, Jamie Wethington, Chad Atwood, Justin Atwood,                Casey County and Sally (and Tom) Weddle of Liberty; a step-
  Ryan Atwood and Paul Sandusky.                                      son, Jimmy Patterson of Liberty; five grandchildren; four step-
                                                                      grandchildren; a great-grandchild; a step-great-grandchild;
ATWOOD, WARREN CLYDE ATWOOD. Warren Clyde Atwood                      two sisters, Faye Sims and Betty Ware; and five nieces and
  of Liberty died Friday, Jan. 5, 2007 at his home. He was 86.        nephews. He was preceded in death by a step-daughter,
  Born in Casey County on Sept. 5, 1920, he was the son of the        Valerie Delong; and a brother, Dee Ray Bastin. Funeral
  late Bill Emerson and Myrtie Brown Atwood. He was a former          services were July 27 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by
  maintenance supervisor at Liberty Sportswear, a U.S. Army           Bro. Greg Powell. Burial was in Murphy Cemetery.
  veteran of World War II, and a member of Grace Baptist              Pallbearers were Brent Ware, Junior Sims, Andrew Weddle,
  Church. He was the widower of Lois E. Cochran Atwood.               Larry Ware, Jerry Weddle and Richard Weddle.
  Survivors include a daughter, Carol Roy of Liberty; three sons,
  Michael Atwood, Darrell Atwood and Greg Atwood, all of            BASTIN, SHAWN BASTIN. Shawn Bastin of Stanford died
  Liberty; a brother, Lorn Atwood of Stanford; 14 grandchildren;      Saturday, April 28, 2007 in Stanford. He was 26. Born in
  and 10 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a           Oklahoma on Feb. 26, 1981, he was a son of Ricky Bastin of
  daughter, Deanna Browning; a son, Marshall Dewayne                  Stanford and Angie (and Wayne) Berry of Stanford. He was a
  Atwood; three brothers, Lilburn, Roscoe and Wince Atwood;           member of Freedom Baptist Church. Besides his parents,
  and two sisters, Allie Cochran and Josie Foxx. Funeral              survivors include paternal grandparents, Joe and Lois Everett
  services were Jan. 8 at Grace Baptist Church by the Revs.           of Stanford; maternal grandparents, Harold and Shirley Long
  Dwight Coffman and Bud Stidham. Burial was in Grace                 of Danville; a half-brother, Brett Berry of Stanford; a sister,
  Baptist Cemetery with military rites performed by the Casey         Sarah Bastin of Michigan; and a companion, Candice
  County Funeral Squad. Pallbearers were Warren, Alex and             Flannery. He was preceded in death by a half-sister, Summer
  Darren Atwood, Casey Roy, Chris Adams and Frankie                   Michelle Long. Funeral services were May 1 at Fox Funeral
  Robinson. Bartle Funeral Home was in charge of                      Home by Bro. Ben Curtis. Burial was in Buffalo Springs
  arrangements.                                                       Cemetery. Pallbearers were Brett Berry, Mike Long, Jim
                                                                      Long, Lee Everett, James Taylor and Donnie Pinkston.
BELDON, HAZEL PEARL BELDON. Hazel Pearl Maddox Beldon                   Lexington. She was 84. Born in Taylor County on May 2,
  of Hustonville died Sunday, Jan. 14, 2007 at Ephraim                  1922, she was the daughter of the late Arlin and Gertie
  McDowell Regional Medical Center. She was 80. Born March              Harrison Warner. She was a homemaker and a member of
  16, 1926 in Casey County, she was the daughter of the late            Pine Grove Church. She was the widow of Fred Bowlin.
  George and Ellen Griffin Maddox. She was the widow of                 Survivors include three daughters, Shirley Woodrum of
  Delmer Beldon. Survivors include her son, Wayne Beldon of             Franklin, Ind., Ruth Phillips of Liberty and Betty Wesley of
  Hustonville; a brother, Ronald Maddox of Maxey Valley; and            Bethelridge; two sisters, Evelyn Lykins of Batavia, Ohio and
  two sisters, Nellie King of Liberty and Ada Taylor of                 Ovelyn Loudermilk of Cincinnati; seven grandchildren; 14
  Hustonville. Funeral services will be today (Jan. 17) at 1 p.m.       great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. She
  at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by the Rev. Phillip Smallwood.            was preceded in death by a son, William Fay Bowlin; a
  Burial will be in Hustonville Cemetery. Pallbearers are Phillip       brother, Eugene Warner; and two grandchildren. Funeral
  Hafley, Donnie Pendygraft, Joe Taylor, Joe Ellis, Ott Beeler          services were Feb. 1 at Pine Grove Church by Bro. Jeff
  and Doug Beldon.                                                      Edwards. Burial was in Pine Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers
                                                                        were Mark Wesley, Jimmy Ewing, Mitchell Phillips, Glenn
BELL, STELLA D. BELL. Stella D. Lawless Bell of Goshen, Ohio            Phillips Jr., Ronald Woodrum and Craig Murphy. McKinney-
  died Saturday, April 14, 2007. She was 85. Born on Sept. 27,          Brown Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
  1921 in Somerset, she was the daughter of the late James B.
  and Minnie Meeks Lawless. She was the widow of Garnett H.          BRACKETT, CHARLES 'BUD' BRACKETT. Charles "Bud"
  Bell. Survivors include three daughters, Emogene (and                Brackett of Liberty died Sunday, July 22, 2007 at his home.
  Richard) de Maagd, Virginia (and Kenny) Louderback and               He was 81. Born in Gilpin on May 25, 1926, he was the son
  Loretta (and David) Cornelius; two sons, James (and Janet)           of the late Otis and Gertie Brackett. Survivors include his
  Bell and Frank (and Sharon) Bell; 11 grandchildren; 11 great-        wife, Helen Wesley Brackett; two daughters, Mona (and Chris)
  grandchildren; and three sisters, Jewel Tarter, Mary Vaughn          Witt and Candace (and Rick) Flanagan; four sons, Steve (and
  and Violet Buis. She was preceded in death by a sister,              Mary) Brackett, Mitch (and Suzy) Brackett, Mike (and Carrol)
  Fayrene McAlpin; and two brothers, Otis and Robert Lawless.          Brackett and Brad (and Rhonda) Brackett; a stepson, Dennis
  Funeral services were April 20 at Goshen Church of God in            Wesley; two stepdaughters, Yvonne (and Charles) Beam and
  Goshen, Ohio. Burial was in Graceland Memorial Gardens in            Mary (and John) Dean; nine grandchildren; six step-
  Milford, Ohio. Memorial contributions are suggested to the           grandchildren; seven step-great-grandchildren; six siblings,
  Goshen Church of God, 1675 Hill Station Road, Goshen,                Deva Evans, Elaine Heuer, Axie Brackett, Gail Saunders,
  Ohio; or to University Neurology, Inc. Ñ Stroke Team, 231            Nelson (and JoAnn) Brackett and Eldena (and Jim) Wilder.
  Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati, Ohio 45267.                            He was preceded in death by his first wife, Janet Cowan
                                                                       Brackett; and a brother, Everett Brackett. Funeral services
BERGER, RANDALL BERGER. Randall Berger of Nancy died                   were July 27 at Hodapp Funeral Home in Cincinnati, Ohio.
  Wednesday, March 7, 2007 in Pulaski County. He was 17.               Burial was in Oak Hill Cemetery in Springdale, Ohio.
  Born on Feb. 28, 1990 in Michigan, he was the son of Gerald          Memorial contributions are suggested to the Hospice of
  "Jerry" Berger of Nancy and Angela Gibbs of Somerset. He             Cincinnati.
  was a student at Southwestern High School, a former student
  of Phelps Elementary School and a member of the Jehovah            BROCKMAN, WINNIE ELLEN BROCKMAN. Winnie Ellen
  Witness Kingdom Hall. In addition to his parents, survivors          Brockman of Liberty died Tuesday, April 24, 2007 at Ephraim
  include his maternal grandparents, Floyd Gibbs and Darlene           McDowell Regional Medical Center. She was 93. Born in
  (and Terry) Archer, all of Flint, Mich.; paternal grandparents,      Casey County on August 13, 1913, she was a daughter of the
  Gerald F. (and Vereeda) Berger of Nancy; a sister, Megan             late Logan and Mary Turner Chapman. She was a retired
  Berger of Somerset; four aunts, Stephanie Dunman and Laura           U.S. Postal carrier and homemaker. She was a member of
  Gibbs, both of Flint, Mich, Rhonda Elkins of Nancy and               Patterson Chapel Church of Christ and the widow of Bennie L.
  Geneva Hood of Hope, Fla.; three uncles, Terry Patrick               Brockman. Survivors include a daughter, Deva (and Billy)
  Berger of Mio, Mich., Rodney Wayne Blair and Elvis Blair,            Hair of Liberty; a granddaughter, Misty Hair of Liberty; and a
  both of Huntsville, Ala.; six great-aunts; six great-uncles; and     host of nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by
  several cousins. Celebration of Life services were March 11          three sisters, Rosa Pevely, Celestie Wilkerson and Mary P.
  at the Mem-orial Chapel of Lake Cumberland Funeral Home              Bryant. Funeral services were April 27 at McKinney-Brown
  in Somerset.                                                         Funeral Home by Bro. Kenny Spaw. Burial was in Lakeside
                                                                       Memorial Gardens in Somerset. Pallbearers were Mont
BODNER, EDITH MARIE BODNER. Edith Marie Hogue Bodner                   Tarter, Cal Thomas, Richard Thomas, Len Underwood, Bill
  of Moreland died Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2007 at Danville                Whicker and Freddie Whited.
  Centre for Health and Rehab. She was 84. Born in Lincoln
  County on Sept. 18, 1922, she was the daughter of the late         BROWN, GROVER VERNON BROWN. Grover Vernon Brown of
  Richard Hallis and Bertha Ann Shelton Hogue. She was a               Liberty died Friday, June 8, 2007 at his home. He was 76.
  homemaker and a member of Harris Creek Baptist Church.               Born in Casey County on Dec. 6, 1930, he was the son of the
  She was the widow of Clarence Bodner. Survivors include a            late Grover and Nettie Allen Brown. He was the owner and
  daughter, Phyllis Ann (and Ray) Grubbs of Moreland; two              operator of Rainbow Drive-In and a member of Atwood's
  grandchildren, Nelson Ray Grubbs and Tanya Leanne Martin;            Chapel Methodist Church. Survivors include a son, Vernon
  and five great-grandchildren, Evan, Seth and Adam Martin             Gene Brown of Liberty; a step-daughter, Gayle Moore of
  and Colton and Madeline Grubbs. Funeral services were                Liberty; a brother, Shelby Brown of Liberty; a sister, Phyllis
  Aug. 25 at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home. Burial was in Hustonville       Denson of Liberty; a caregiver, Virginia Freeman of Liberty;
  Cemetery. Pallbearers were Paul D. Bodner, David L.                  and two step-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by
  Bodner, Ray Grubbs, Nelson Grubbs, Stanley Hardin, Joe               three sisters, Thelma Adell Brown, Shirley Simpson and an
  Martin, Conn Bodner and Rhonda Bodner. Honorary                      infant. Funeral services were June 10 at McKinney-Brown
  pallbearers were Eugene Hardin, David Bodner, Evan Martin            Funeral Home by the Rev. Coy Rigney. Burial was in Caney
  and Colton Grubbs.                                                   Fork Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jerry Coffman, Bob
                                                                       Weddle, Ray Kidd, Junior Bell, Tim Emerson, Mike Brown and
BOWLIN, FRANCES M. BOWLIN. Frances M. Bowlin of Liberty                Keith Woodrum.
  died Monday, Jan. 29, 2007 at St. Joseph East Hospital in
BROWN, HERMAN L. BROWN JR., January 2, 2008. Herman L.                  preceded in death by a grandchild, Katherine; and two
  Brown Jr. of Calvary Ridge Road, Yosemite, died Sunday,               brothers, Cecil and Dwight Monday. Funeral services were
  Dec . 23, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center            Nov. 13 at the Avance Funeral Home and Crematory in
  in Danville. He was 60. Born in Casey County on Jan. 29,              Fairfield, Ohio. Burial was in West Chester Cemetery.
  1947, he was the son of Mabel H. Brown of Yosemite and the            Memorial contributions are suggested to the Hospice of
  late Herman L. Brown Sr. He was a farmer, gate dealer and a           Cincinnati.
  member of the Indian Creek Baptist Church. In addition to his
  mother, survivors include four sons, Steven Boyd Brown,            BURDETTE, RONALD 'RON' BURDETTE, 69. Ronald "Ron"
  David Stuart Brown and Michael Scott Brown, all of Liberty,          Burdette of Liberty died Sunday, Nov. 18, 2007 at St. Joseph
  and Brian Keith Brown of Strasburg, Va.; five grandchildren,         East Hospital in Lexington. He was 69. Born in Dunbar, W.V.
  Jordan, Colby, Ryan, Casey and Lacey Brown; and two                  on July 23, 1938, he was the son of the late Elvin and Macel
  brothers, Richard Brown of Yosemite and Charles Brown of             Burdette. He was retired from Jefferds Corporation.
  Hustonville. He was preceded in death by a daughter,                 Survivors include his wife, Sandra Burdette; four sons, Kevin
  Kimberly Dawn Brown. Funeral services were Dec. 27 at                (and Sylvia) Trimble of Clarksville, Tenn., Ronnie (and Cindy)
  McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. C.B. Carman. Burial              Burdette of Louisville, Vance Trimble of Liberty, and Shane
  was in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Pallbearers were Chris Brown,           Burdette (and Tonya Arthur) of South Point, Ohio; three
  Aaron Brown, Jeff Hatter, Joel Milburn, Kevin Williams and           daughters, Willa Spradling (and fiance David Carpenter) of
  Terry Hatter.                                                        Boca Grand, Fla., Robin (and Jim) Elkins of Milton, W.V. and
                                                                       Angie Lester (and Brian Nelson) of Chesapeake, Ohio; 13
BRYANT, RUTH E. BRYANT. Ruth E. Bryant of Liberty died                 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a brother, Clinton
  Saturday, March 31, 2007 at Casey County Hospital. She was           (and Jo) Burdette of Red House, W.V.; a sister, Reva Wills of
  88. Born in Casey County on June 18, 1918, she was the               Big Chimney, W.V.; and several nieces and nephews. He
  daughter of the late Tommy and Genny Monday Emerson.                 was preceded in death by a sister, Helen Teel; and a brother,
  She was a homemaker and a member of Liberty Tabernacle               Don Burdette. Funeral services are Nov. 21 at 11 a.m. at
  Church. She was the widow of Mitchell Bryant. Survivors              Keller Funeral Home in Dunbar, W.V. by Pastor Michael
  include four sons, Ken C. Bryant and Morris Bryant, both of          Todorovich. Burial is in Elk Hills Memorial Park.
  Liberty, Jerry Bryant of Jeffersonville, Ind. and Jeffery Bryant
  of Laurel, Del.; a daughter, Wanda Keith of Louisville; nine       BURRIS, BENNIE ALLEN BURRIS. Bennie Allen Burris of
  grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; three sisters, Ruby         Hustonville died Monday, Aug. 13, 2007 in a farming accident.
  Bristow of Washington, and Hazel Sharp and Chloe Lay, both           He was 80. BURRIS. Born in Cincinnati on Jan. 30, 1927, he
  of Liberty; two brothers, Vitis Emerson of Liberty and Kermit        was the son of the late Stanley "Jack" and Rena Allen Burris.
  Emerson of Mooresville, Ind.; four half-sisters, Eula Ford of        He was a farmer and a retired rural mail carrier as well as a
  Campbellsville, Imogene Hayes and Velma Martin of Liberty            member of Hustonville Christian Church, where he was an
  and Leona Hayes of Jacksonville, Fla.; two half-brothers,            elder and a board member. He was also a member of the
  Wayne Emerson and Dale Emerson, both of Campbellsville;              Hustonville City Council, the Hustonville Ruritan and the
  and a caregiver, Rita Fisher. She was preceded in death by a         Lincoln County Cattlemen's Association. He was U.S. Navy
  daughter, Sharon Buck; four sisters, Beatrice Emerson,               World War II veteran. Survivors include his wife, Kay Murphy
  Dorothy Emerson, Syrilla Taylor and Gladys Wilson; two               Burris; a son, E. Stanley (and Jenny Ann) Burris of
  brothers, Hafford Emerson and Stanley Emerson. Funeral               Hustonville; a daughter Brenda (and Phil) Nally of Lexington;
  services were April 2 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by              two sisters, Elaine Wesley of Liberty and Lorene (and Bill)
  Bro. Morris Bryant. Burial was in Brush Creek Cemetery.              Maupin of Campbellsville; four grandchildren, Chris (and
  Pallbearers were Nathan Bryant, Richie Keith, Anthony                Katrina) Burris, Jennifer (and Luke) Woodward, John (and
  Bryant, Allen Bryant, Eric Buck and Jerry Bryant.                    Shannon) Nally, and Jim Nally; three nieces; and four
                                                                       nephews. Funeral services were Aug. 16 at Hustonville
BURCHELL, SHARON A. BURCHELL. Sharon A. Burchell of                    Christian Church by the Rev. Don Burton. Burial was in
  Liberty died Wednesday, May 16, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell             Hustonville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Chris Burris, John
  Regional Medical Center in Danville. She was 24. Born in             Nally, Jim Nally, Luke Woodward, Brad Wesley, Joe Ellis, Joe
  Casey County on July 17, 1982, she was the daughter of               Maupin, and David Maupin. Honorary pallbearers were Larry
  Sammy Burchell of Liberty and Carol Reford of Somerset. In           Lane, Clifton Brock and the elders and deacons of Hustonville
  addition to her parents, survivors include a special friend,         Christian Church. Memorial contributions are suggested to
  Jacob Tucker; two half-sisters, Caroline Wilson of Junction          the Hustonville Christian Church Building Fund, P.O. Box 11,
  City and Angela Luttrell; an aunt, Juanita Long; and many            Hustonville, KY 40437. W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home was in
  cousins. She was preceded in death by a half-brother,                charge of arrangements.
  Sammy Jerald Burchell; her grandparents, Viller and L.W.
  Burchell; and an aunt, Brenda Burchell. Graveside services         BURST, FRANK DAVID BURST. Frank David Brust of Kings
  were May 19 at Peavey Cemetery by Bro. Dwight Coffman.               Mountain died Saturday, May 5, 2007 at his home. He was
  Memorial contributions may be made at Monticello Bank to             64. He was the son of Beverly Beale Lyman of Mt. Clemens,
  help pay for funeral expenses. McKinney-Brown Funeral                Mich. and the late Frank R. Brust. In addition to his mother,
  Home was in charge of arrangements.                                  survivors include his wife, Sally Cowan Brust; a daughter,
                                                                       Karen Brust Barth of Deland, Fla.; a sister, Linda Brust of
BURCHELL, WILLIAM L. BURCHELL, 77. William L. Burchell of              Roseville, Mich.; and two brothers, James and Mark Brust of
  West Chester, Ohio, formerly of Liberty, died Thursday, Nov.         Troy, N.Y. He was preceded in death by a brother, John
  8, 2007. He was 77. Born in Bradfordsville on Jan. 15, 1930,         Brust. Memorial contributions are suggested to Lake Cumber-
  he was the son of the late Homer and Bessie Dermody                  land Hospice.
  Burchell. He was retired from Ford Motor Co. Survivors
  include his wife, Frieda Patterson Burchell; a son, Michael        BURTON, LOWELL H. BURTON, January 2, 2008. Lowell
  (and Susan) Burchell; a daughter, Jennifer Burchell; four            Houston “Hootie” Burton of Columbia died Monday, Dec. 24,
  grandchildren, Ryan, James, Matthew and Nathan; two                  2007 at his home. He was 60. He was the son of the late
  brothers, James and Edward Burchell; and three sisters,              Jesse and Emma Hadley Burton. He was a saw mill worker.
  Kathryn Yaden, Rachael Foley and Joann Riggins. He was               Survivors include two daughters, Jennifer Karen (and Jeff)
                                                                       Pyles of Knifley and Kimberly Renee Meadows Burton (and
   Tim Meadows) of Liberty; three sons, Lowell Dwayne Burton,        CAMPBELL, LELIA M. CAMPBELL, 85. Lelia May Jasper
   Ricky Dean Pyles and Randy Houston Pyles, all of Liberty;           Campbell of Nancy died Sunday, Oct. 21, 2007 at Lake
   three brothers, J.D. Burton of Edinburgh, Ind., and Marshall        Cumberland Regional Hospital. She was 85. Born in
   (and Fran) Burton and Golen Burton, both of Columbia; five          Mintonville on June 22, 1922, she was the daughter of the late
   sisters, Bernice (and Avery) Rooks, Edith (and the late Ernest)     Dewey and Hattie Dalton Jasper. She attended Jennie's
   Streeval, Linda Gail (and the late Steve) Bell, Catherine (and      Chapel Methodist Church and was an active member in the
   David) Janes and Margie Burton, all of Columbia; four               Jennie's Chapel Methodist women's organization. Survivors
   grandchildren; and several nieces, nephews and other                include her husband, Oscar Campbell; two sons, Gary (and
   relatives. Funeral services were Dec. 28 at Stotts-Phelps-          Sue) Taylor of Bowling Green and Steve (and Chris) Taylor of
   McQueary Funeral Home by Bro. Phillip Patton. Burial was in         Owensboro; a step-daughter, Janet Rainwater of Nancy; a
   Bearwallow Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jeff and Stevie               brother, Tyler "Bill" (and Frieda) Jasper of Mintonville; five
   Pyles, Brandon and Curt Burton, Carl Smith and Sammy                grandchildren, Josh, Jay, Alex and Dylan Taylor, and Jenna
   Janes.                                                              Kay Ray; two great-grandchildren, Jessica Ray and Jacob
                                                                       Brummett; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was
BYLAND, DELLA BYLAND. Della Byland of Grand Junction,                  preceded in death by her first husband, Harold Lee Taylor;
   Mich. died Friday, Aug. 30, 2007 at South Haven Community           and a sister, Martie Thomas. Funeral services were Oct. 24
   Hospital in South Haven, Mich. She was 73. Born in Liberty          at 2 p.m. in the Chapel of Lake Cumberland Funeral Home by
   on March 4, 1934, she was the daughter of the late Howard           Bro. Roland Moore and Bro. Scott Whittle. Burial was in
   and Opal Carmicle Dean. She was the widow of Theodore               Lakeside Memorial Gardens.
   Byland. Survivors include two daughters, Kathryn Lynch and
   Debra Bieberich; several grandchildren; a brother, William        CAREY, MABEL LEE CAREY. Mabel Lee Southerland Ross
   Dean of Liberty; and several nephews. Graveside memorial            Carey of Hustonville died Friday, March 30, 2007 at her home.
   services will be held Saturday, Sept. 15 at 2 p.m. at Glenwood      She was 77. Born in Casey County on April 2, 1929, she was
   Cemetery by Bro. Jimmy Brown. Memorial contributions may            the daughter of the late Lewis and Mary Etta Rayborn
   be made to the Hospice Foundation. D. L. Miller Funeral             Southerland. She worked at Palm Beach. She was the
   Home in Bangor, Mich. is in charge of arrangements.                 widow of Herman Ross and Amos Carey. Survivors include
                                                                       her companion of 30 years, Kenneth Ellis; two sons, Ray (and
BYRD, ALLEN W. BYRD, 62. Allen Wayne Byrd of Yosemite                  Marie) Ross of Stanford and Amos "J.R." (and Freda) Carey
  died Sunday, Oct. 14, 2007 at Lake Cumberland Regional               of Junction City; six daughters, Peggy (and Donald) Simpson
  Hospital in Somerset. He was 62. Born in Austin, Texas on            of Hustonville; Edith (and Carl) Simpson of Stanford; Dollie
  Aug. 12, 1945, he was the son of the late George Byrd and            Pike, Gloria "Sissy" (and Danny) Noe, and Freda Denson, all
  Lorene Davis Byrd Latham. He was a machinist and a                   of Gravel Switch and Nona (and Vivian McGirr) Carey of
  veteran of the U.S. Army. Survivors include a daughter,              Hustonville; a special friend of the family, Randy Douglas of
  G'Anna (and Jerry) Wilson of Yosemite; a son, Allen Jr. (and         Gravel Switch; a brother, Gene (and Effie) Southerland of
  Sharon) Byrd of Yosemite; three grandchildren, Brian                 Hustonville; and two sisters, Margaret Maxey of Morning View
  Nathaniel Wilson, Travis Dean Wilson and Kaylee Rae                  and Pat (and Joe) McCowan of Stanford; 25 grandchildren; 17
  Wilson; a brother, James Byrd of Austin, Texas; and two              great-grandchildren; and a great-great-granddaughter. She
  sisters, Juanita (and Danny) Marceaux of Livingston, Texas           was preceded in death by a sister, Dolly Simpson; and a son,
  and Carrie Ryter of Houston, Texas. He was preceded in               Lewis Wayne Ross. Funeral services were April 1 at W.L.
  death by a brother, George Wilbert "Sonny" Byrd. Services            Pruitt Funeral Home by J.R. Fields and Jerry Lanham. Burial
  were Oct. 16 at First Baptist Church of Yosemite by the Rev.         was in Hustonville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Lee Belcher,
  Joe Warren. Bartle Funeral Home Liberty was in charge of             Curtis Williams, Randy Douglas, Billy Young, Tony Simpson,
  arrangements.                                                        Matt Noe and Koty Carey. Honorary pallbearers were Dr.
CAMPBELL, EDITH CAMPBELL. Edith Campbell of Elkhorn died               Hendrickson, Ray Ross, Glen Williams, Vicky Belcher, Eric
  Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2007 in Elkhorn. She was 86. Born in            Carey, Billy Ross, Dustin Engle and the grandchildren and
  Casey County on Aug. 6, 1921, she was the daughter of the            great-grandchildren. Memorial contributions are suggested to
  late Willie Noel and Birdie Lowe Noel. She was a member of           Hospice of Lake Cumberland.
  the Branham Tabernacle in Jeffersonville, Ind. and was the         CARMAN, BLAINE SCOTT CARMAN. Blaine Scott Carman of
  widow of Charles W. Campbell. Survivors include three                Bethelridge died Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2007 at his home. He was
  daughters, Sophia (and David) Adams of Elkhorn, Mezetta              15. Born in Somerset on May 11, 1991, he was the son of
  (and Walter) Noel of Louisville and Blanche (and Scotty)             Adam W. and Lucinda Carman of Bethelridge and Rebecca
  Minor of Mannsville; a daughter-in-law, Lynette Campbell of          Patterson Carman of Cincinnati. He was a student at Liberty
  Campbellsville; seven grandchildren, Michael Noel and                Elementary School. In addition to his parents and step-
  Nathan Noel, both of Louisville, Joseph (and Tina) Noel of           mother, survivors include his maternal grandparents, Deborah
  Jeffersonville, Ind., Timothy (and Tammy) Minor, Suzanne             and Sam Rich of Ohio and Norman Patterson; paternal
  Minor and Brittany Minor, all of Mannsville, and Tina Rae (and       grandmother, Evelyn Roy of Bethelridge; a half-sister, Brandi
  Mark) Murphy of Campbellsville; and four great-grandchildren,        Dowden of Pulaski County; two step-sisters, Ashley and
  Gabrielle Pennington and Olivia Pennington, both of                  Tiffany Eddington, both of Bethelridge; and great-
  Campbellsville, and Nicholas Lee Cheatham and River Colt             grandparents, Christine Randolph Baugh of Bethelridge and
  Cheatham, both of Mannsville. She was preceded in death by           Glen and Marie Carman of Liberty. Funeral services were
  a son, Raymond Campbell; a brother, Walter Lee Noel; and a           Jan. 5 at Bethelridge United Methodist Church by the Revs.
  sister, Lida Parsons. Funeral services were Sept. 17 at              C.B. Carman and Steve Glenn. Burial was in Mt. Calvary
  Parrott and Ramsey Funeral Home in Campbellsville by Bro.            Cemetery. Pallbearers were Eric Lyons, Jesse Gibson,
  Willard Collins. Entombment was in Campbellsville Memorial           James Peavley and J. Phillip Wesley. Bartle Funeral Home
  Gardens Mausoleum. Pallbearers were Brittany, Suzanne                Liberty was in charge of arrangements.
  and Timothy Minor, Mark Murphy, Joseph, Michael and
  Nathan Noel and Clinton Tungate. Memorial contributions are        CARMAN, GLADYS H. CARMAN, January 2, 2008. Gladys H.
  suggested to Hospice of Central Kentucky and may be made             Carman of Kings Mountain died Monday, Dec. 24, 2007 at
  at the funeral home.                                                 Russell County Hospital. She was 88. Born in Casey County
   on May 25, 1919, she was the daughter of the late Walter G.         CARON, ROBERT LEE "BOBBY" CARON. Robert Lee "Bobby"
   and Edna Mae Leach Sims. She was a coach cleaner for                  Caron of Yosemite died Sunday, July 1, 2007 at Casey
   Southern Railway Company in Ludlow, Ky. She was the                   County Hospital He was 65. Born in Walltown on Aug. 12,
   widow of William Delbert Carman and was a member of                   1941, he was the son of the late Emil and Anna Bess Phillippe
   Locust Grove Baptist Church. Survivors include two brothers,          Mandel. He was a former employee at R&R Donnelly, a
   Kenneth (and Faye) Sims of Waynesburg, and Leonard (and               member of the House of Prayer and a U.S. Marine veteran.
   Faye) Sims of Miland, Ind.; three sisters, Izora Ratliff of Kings     Survivors include his wife, Bonnie Bastin Caron; four sons,
   Mountain, Norma Jean (and Paul) Gooch of Fairfield, Ohio,             Steven (and Anita) Caron of Science Hill, Randall Caron of
   and Betty (and Larkin) Murrell of Burlington; and several             Liberty Township, Ohio, Anthony Caron of Monroe, Ohio and
   nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by five                 David Caron of Yosemite; a daughter-in-law, Deana Caron of
   brothers, Keith, Lilburn, Sherman, Hollis Dean and Roy Sims;          Somerset; two brothers, Ronald Paul (and Lorraine) Caron of
   and two sisters, Lela McKinney and Linda Lou Sims. Funeral            Ft. Wayne, Ind. and Michael (and Mona) Mandel of Liberty; a
   services were Dec. 28 at Locust Grove Baptist Church in               sister, Judy Caron of Boston; nine grandchildren, Stephanie,
   Kings Mountain. Burial was in K.P. Hall Cemetery. Barnett &           Jonathan, Matthew, Christina, Brandon, Logan, Nathan,
   Demrow Funeral Home in Waynesburg was in charge of                    Dakota and Olivia; and a step-grandson, Josh Mounce. He
   arrangements.                                                         was preceded in death by a son, Jeffrey Caron; and a
                                                                         grandson, Austin Ryan. Funeral services are today (July 4) at
CARMAN, HOWARD BRENT CARMAN. Howard Brent Carman                         1 p.m. at Bartle Funeral Home Chapel by Bro. Wayne Naylor.
  of Bulan died Monday, Aug. 20, 2007 in Hazard. He was 51.              Burial will be in Bethelridge Cemetery. Pallbearers are
  Born in Liberty on Feb. 8, 1956, he was the son of Kathleen            Brandon, Jonathan, Matthew, Dakota and Logan Caron and
  Carman of Stanford and the late Shirley Carman. He was a               Rick Williams.
  retired truck driver, a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and a
  member of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church in Yosemite. In                 CARRIER, IVAN DALE CARRIER. Ivan Dale Carrier of
  addition to his mother, survivors include his wife, Lisa Crase         Hustonville died Tuesday, March 20, 2007 at Ephraim
  Carman of Hardburly; a son, Matthew Staton of Stanford; a              McDowell Medical Center. He was 56. Born in Lincoln County
  daughter, Amy Hensley of Fort Wayne, Ind.; two step-sons,              on Sept. 22, 1950, he was the son of Edith Crowe Carrier of
  Mark Slone and Tyler Watts, both of Hardburly; a step-                 Hustonville and the late Ivan Herbert Carrier. He worked for
  daughter, Leandra Adams of Hazard; and a granddaughter,                L&N/CSX Railroad for 24 years and was a member of
  Amberly Michelle Adams. Memorial services were held Aug.               Westside Community United Methodist Church, Quail
  25 at Hardburly Baptist Church by Bro. Danny Ritchie. Military         Unlimited, Na-tional Rifle Association and the Bluegrass
  services were held by the VFW of Hazard. Nelson Frazier                Sportsman Club. In addition to his mother, survivors include
  Funeral Home in Hindman was in charge of arrangements.                 his wife, Regina McWhorter Carrier; a son, Marshall Carrier of
                                                                         Stanford; a daughter, Nicole Carrier Hoseclaw of Hustonville;
CARMAN, LEONA MAE CARMAN. Leona Mae Carman died                          two sisters, Brenda Wilson of Hustonville and Barbara Richey
  Thursday, Feb. 1, 2007 in Danville. She was 84. Born in                of McKinney; and two grandchildren: Karsyn Paige Hoseclaw
  Casey County on Jan. 8, 1923, she was the daughter of the              and Cole Preston Carrier. Funeral services were March 23 at
  late Wesley and Lizzie Emerson Salyers. Survivors include              Westside Community United Methodist Church by the Rev.
  her husband of 60 years, Dallas Carman; a daughter, Janet              Ken Hughes. Burial was in Hustonville Cemetery. Pallbearers
  Cochran of Stanford; three grandchildren, Elicia May (and Bo)          were Marshall Carrier, Shane Hoseclaw, Jerry Wilcher, Mike
  Smith, Carmen Loretta (and Keith) Shannon and Thomas Lee               Crowe, Gary Guinn and Darrell Gifford. Memorial
  Ray (and Elizabeth) Cochran; six great-grandchildren, Eden             contributions are suggested to the Westside Community
  and Archer Smith, Jessica and Alexis Shannon and Dustin                United Methodist Church Building fund.
  and Brianna Cochran. She was preceded in death by a
  brother, Dewitt Salyers; three sisters, Gertrude Elliott Bastin,     CASSETTY, MILLER GRACE CASSETTY. Miller Grace
  Bertha Marie Salyers and Ada Christine Salyers; and a son-in-          Cassetty of Bowling Green died Thursday, June 28, 2007 at
  law, Estil Cochran. Funeral services were Feb. 3 at Barnett            Vanderbilt Children's Hospital in Nashville, Tenn. She was five
  and Demrow Funeral Home in Waynesburg by Bro. Greg                     days old. Born in Nashville on June 23, 2007, she was the
  Powell. Burial was in Falconberry Cemetery. Pallbearers                daughter of Matthew Ryan and Emily Rose Miller Cassetty of
  were Lee Ray Cochran, Raymond Elliott, Dallas Salyers, Keith           Bowling Green. In addition to her parents, survivors include
  Shannon, Bo Smith and Ronald Sims. Honorary pallbearers                two sisters, Hope Emma and Matilyn Faith Cassetty, both of
  were Leon and Dallon Salyers.                                          Bowling Green; her maternal grandparents, Larry and Emma
                                                                         Miller of Alvaton; her paternal grandparents, Ross and Debby
CARMAN, WAVIE LAY CARMAN. Wavie Lay Carman of                            Cassetty of Woodburn; her maternal great-grandmother, Lela
  Anderson, Ind. died Wednesday, June 13, 2007 at her home.              Miller of Liberty; two uncles, Jarrad Miller and Adam Cassetty;
  She was 79. Born in Casey County on Aug. 26, 1927, she                 and an aunt, Penny Cassetty. Funeral services were July 1 at
  was the daughter of the late George and Patsy Edwards Lay.             Living Hope Baptist Church. Burial was in Bethany Baptist
  She was a homemaker and gardener and attended Lone Oak                 Church Cemetery in Alvaton. Memorial contributions are
  Wesleyan Church. Survivors include her husband, Homer L.               suggested to the March of Dimes, 1220 Ashley Circle,
  Carman; a son, Gerry (and Tonya) Car-man of Anderson,                  Bowling Green, KY 42104 or to Monroe Carrell Jr. Children's
  Ind.; a daughter, Patsy Karen Givens of Anderson, Ind.; five           Hospital at Vanderbilt, 2200 Children's Way, Nashville, TN
  grandchildren, Douglass (and Kim) Carman, Mark (and                    37232. J.C. Kirby and Son Funeral Chapels, Inc. of Bowling
  Debbie) Carman, Christopher Givens, Derek Givens and                   Green was in charge of arrangements.
  Alicia Givens; five great-grandchildren; and several nieces
  and nephews. She was preceded in death by a daughter,                CAUDILL, WILLIE CAUDILL. Willie Caudill of Kings Mountain
  Peggy Ann Carman; two sisters, Wadie Lay and Sophia Lay;               died Tuesday, July 24, 2007 at his home. He was 83. Born in
  and a brother, Franklin Lay. Funeral services were June 18 at          Casey County on March 21, 1924, he was the son of the late
  McKinney-Brown Fun-eral Home by the Rev. Dennis Rinehart.              Hassel and Matilda Bastin Caudill. He was a retired farmer
  Burial was in Whited Cemetery. Pallbearers were Kevin Land,            and carpenter, and a U.S. Navy World War II veteran.
  Adam Dean, Christopher Givens, Derek Givens, Douglass                  Survivors include his wife, Edith Sims Caudill; four sons,
  Carman and Mark Carman.                                                Jimmie B. (and Martha) Caudill of Stanford, Bennie Lee (and
   Lois) Caudill of Eubank, Freddie (and Connie) Caudill of            Cemetery. Pallbearers were grandsons and great-grandsons.
   Waynesburg, and Freeman (and Nancy) Caudill of Kings                Honorary pallbearers were granddaughters and great-
   Mountain; a daughter, Frances Lynn (and Robbie) Manning of          granddaughters.
   Waynesburg; a brother, Richard Caudill of Ohio; three sisters,
   Iva Dean Fields, Ruby Ritchie and Glenna Falconbury, all of      CHEESEMAN, DIANE CHEESEMAN. Diane Cheeseman of
   Ohio; 10 grandchildren, Jimmie W. (and Katie) Caudill, Willie      Windsor died Monday, Jan. 8, 2007 at Lake Cumberland
   F. (and Jessica) Caudill; Scott O. (and Kelli) Lawson, Alisha      Regional Hospital. She was 68. Born in Dayton, New Jersey
   (and Scott) Waters, Anna Caudill, Bradley Caudill, Janie (and      on March 31, 1938, she was the daughter of Bertha Dancer
   Chad) Godby, Niki Kay Caudill, Bryan and Richard Manning;          Tarbay of Hershey, Penn. and the late Earl Crawford. She
   and 11 great-grandchildren, John, Tasha and Madison                was a homemaker. In addition to her mother, survivors
   Caudill, Curtis Perry, Soren Caudill, Baleigh and Sadie            include her husband, Jack Cheeseman; two sons, Jack M.
   Lawson, Maci and Braydon Waters, Zachery Caudill and               Cheeseman and Mark E. Cheeseman, both of Windsor; and
   Triston Godby. Willie was preceded in death by a son,              two grandchildren. Funeral services were Jan. 13 at Bartle
   Timmie Caudill; and three sisters, Kathleen Wallen, Myrtle         Funeral Home Chapel by Bro. Richard Buckner. Burial was in
   Owens and Dorothy Sims. Funeral services were July 28 at           Glenwood Cemetery.
   Pond Baptist Church with Bro. Wayne Stephens and Bro. Eric       CLARK, JESSIE B. CLARK, 90. Jessie Burl Clark of Liberty died
   Douglas officiating. Burial was in Pond School Road                Friday, Oct. 19, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical
   Cemetery. Memorial contributions are suggested to Kentucky         Center in Danville. She was 90. Born in Casey County on
   Baptist Homes for Children, Sunrise Children's Services, 300       May 20, 1917, she was the daughter of the late Franklin and
   Hope Street, P.O. Box 1429, Mt. Washington, KY 40047-              Amanda Brackett Tarter. She was a homemaker and a
   1429. Barnett and Demrow Funeral Home in Waynesburg                member of the Hill Top Full Gospel Tabernacle. She was the
   was in charge of arrangements.                                     widow of Arnold Clay "Scutter" Clark. Survivors include three
CHANSLER, JAMES RILEY CHANSLER. James Riley Chansler                  sons, Donald Clark of Liberty, and Ronald and Gerald Clark,
  of Windsor died Sunday, May 27, 2007 at his home. He was            both of Cloverdale, Ind.; three daughters, Carol Lane of
  68. Born in Casey County on Nov. 5, 1938, he was the son of         Middleburg, Glenda Prosser of Hustonville and Linda
  the late William "Bill" and Susie Godbey Chansler. He was a         McKnight of Junction City; 18 grandchildren; 32 great-
  truck driver and a member of Windsor Baptist Church.                grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren; a brother,
  Survivors include his wife, Thelma Stargle Chansler; five           Jason Tarter of Middletown, Ohio; and four sisters, Kathryn
  daughters, Susan and Anita Chansler and Amy Patterson, all          Picklesimer of Versailles, Jewell White of Indianapolis, Ind.,
  of Windsor, Karen Sanders of Liberty and Rebecca Bryant of          and Ivadean Turner and Louetta Bell, both of Liberty. She
  Russell Springs; three sons, Jim Chansler of Windsor, Joseph        was preceded in death by a son, David Clark; a daughter,
  Chansler of Middleburg and Jesse Stargle of Windsor; seven          Nancy Louise Aguirre; and two brothers, Ralph and Attis
  step-children, Vaughn Hines of Ohio, J.L. Stargle of Dunnville,     Tarter. Funeral services were Oct. 21 at Hill Top Full Gospel
  Michael Stargle of Russell Springs, Thomas Daniel of                Tabernacle by Bro. Bearl King and Bro. Shirley Denson. Burial
  Windsor, Vicki Floyd of London, Melissa Cochran of Liberty          was in Hill Top Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jackie Rodgers,
  and Elizabeth Daniel of Windsor; two brothers, Lee Chansler         Luther Rodgers, David Pittman, Donnie Hatter, Doug Melson
  of Barbourville and Ray Chansler of Hamilton, Ohio; three           and Jim Tarter. McKinney-Brown Funeral Home was in
  sisters, Louise Mills of Barbourville, and Shirley Wilson and       charge of arrangements.
  Esther Chansler, both of Louisville; 10 grandchildren; eight      CLEMENTS, VIRGINIA M. CLEMENTS. Virginia M. Clements of
  step-grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. He was             Cincinnati, Ohio died Friday, Aug. 10, 2007 at Blue Ash
  preceded in death by his first wife, Charlene Hines Chansler;       Hospice Nursing Home. She was 64. Born in Casey County
  a brother, Oval Chansler; and a sister, June Mills. Funeral         on April 25, 1943, she was the daughter of the late Aaron and
  services were May 29 at Jennies Chapel United Methodist             Montie McQueary Wilson. She was a homemaker and a
  Church by the Revs. Gary Morris and Rowland Moore. Burial           member of Faith Baptist Church in Cincinnati. Survivors
  was in Jennies Chapel Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jason,             include her husband, Franklin V. Clements; a son, Franklin
  Kellen and Mark Sanders, Quinton Bryant, Kaleb Chansler             Dale Clements of Cincinnati; two daughters, Sandy Clements
  and Keith Patterson. Bartle Funeral Home Liberty was in             of Cincinnati and Sherry Clements of Plainfield, Ind.; seven
  charge of arrangements.                                             grandchildren; a sister, Carolyn Gooch of Hustonville; and
CHAPMAN, NAOMI GERTRUDE "TRUDOR" CHAPMAN. Naomi                       three brothers, William Earl Wilson of Liberty, Garnett Wilson
  Gertrude "Tudor" Smith Chapman of Mt. Salem, formerly of            of Indiana and David Wilson of Ohio. Funeral services were
  Jamestown, died Tuesday, June 12, 2007, at her daughter's           Aug. 13 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Donald
  residence. She was 83. Born in Lincoln County on Feb. 15,           Clark. Burial was in Trace Fork Cemetery. Pallbearers were
  1924, she was the daughter of the late Herman and Mae               Joe Boles, Robby Denney, Lee, David and Brandon Wilson
  Fletcher Smith. Along with her husband, she owned and               and Tommy Brad.
  operated Wagon Master Antiques and was a homemaker.               CLINE, MARTHA B. CLINE. Martha Bartle Cline of Highland
  She was a member of Fairview Separate Baptist Church. She            Heights died Friday, May 11, 2007 at Casey County Hospital.
  was the widow of George Lewis Chapman. Survivors include             She was 92. Born in Liberty on April 20, 1915, she was the
  a son, Tim (and Charlene) Chapman of Miami, Fla.; two                daughter of the late Charles Harvey and Auda Miracle Bartle.
  daughters, Betty Ann (and Ray) Turney of Mt. Salem, and              She was a retired school teacher and a member of Alexandria
  Jane (and Tommy) Bowling of Hixson, Tenn.; a sister, Agnes           Methodist Church. She was the widow of Donald E. Cline Sr.
  McAninch of Yosemite; seven grandchildren, Jeffrey (and              Survivors include a son, Donald E. Cline Jr. of Owenton; two
  Julie) Gray and Christopher George (and Holly) Turney,               brothers, Harvey M. Bartle of Liberty and Rollan Bartle of Mt.
  Angela, Tom, Amanda, and Sam Bowling, and Eric Chapman;              Healthy, Ohio; a sister, Mary Douglas Murphy of Gosport,
  seven great-grandchildren; and two step-great-grandchildren.         Ind.; and a grandson, Brent Cline of Portland, Ore. Funeral
  She was preceded in death by two brothers, A.G. and Arnold           services were May 15 at Bartle Funeral Home by the Rev. Bill
  Smith; and two sisters, Dessie Lucas and Annie Baird.                Hill. Burial was in Glenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were
  Services were June 16 at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by the             Stephanie Murphy, Betty Bartle Clark, Suzanne Galloway,
  Rev. Thomas E. Holt. Burial was in Camp Nelson National              Sarah Christian, Johnny Wheeler and Billy Bartle.
COCHRAN, Robert Cannon"R.C" Cochran. Robert Cannon                    Homer Hecht. Burial was in Williams Cemetery. Pallbearers
  "R.C." Cochran of Moreland died Sunday, April 29, 2007 at           were Mark Gosser, Norman Gosser, Kyle Coffey, Kelly
  Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center. He was 75.                Coffey, David Johnson and Bud Mathews.
  Born in Boyle County on May 6, 1931, he was a son of the
  late William Bennett and Anna Pearl Grider Cochran. He was       COFFMAN, HAROLD WESLEY COFFMAN. Harold Wesley
  owner and operator of Cochran's Welding in Stanford.               Coffman of Brodhead died Tuesday, April 3, 2007 at the
  Survivors include his wife, Mary Helen Morgan Cochran; a           Rockcastle Hospital. He was 74. Born in Casey County on
  son, Rickey (and Ruth) Cochran of Moreland; three                  May 22, 1932, he was the son of the late Roy and Edith
  daughters, Helen Pendergraft (and Buddy Ballinger) of              Coffman. He was a member of Beuna Vista Baptist Church
  Stanford; Charlotte Cummins (and Bruce Gibson) of                  and a farmer. Survivors include his wife of 57 years, Nancy
  Nicholasville, and Judy (and Douglas Dwayne) Hampton of            Louise Coulter Coffman; two sons, David Wayne Coffman of
  Mitchellsburg; a brother, Arnold Cochran of Ohio; a sister,        Mt. Vernon and Harold Glen (and JoAnn) Coffman of Wilmore;
  Hazel (and Cecil) Langford Lay of Danville; seven                  a daughter, Mary Ann York of Brodhead; eight grandchildren,
  grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. He was preceded          David Dwight Coffman, Gary Wayne Coffman, Steven Wayne
  in death by three brothers and three sisters. Funeral services     Coffman, Crystal Lynn Coffman, Tracy Elizabeth Barron,
  will be today (May 2) at 1 p.m. at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by     Tonya Lee Ann Denny, Bryan Edward Coffman and Megan
  Rev. Lewis Walters and Rev. Dennis Morgan. Burial will be in       Nichole Coffman; 12 great-grandchildren; and a sister-in-law,
  Buffalo Springs Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Bobby                Juanita Coffman of Danville. He was preceded in death by
  Cummins, Richard Cochran, Christopher and Nathan                   two brothers, Leonard Coffman and Darold Coffman; a sister,
  Hampton, Mitchell Miracle and Gene Benson. Honorary                Grace Colleen Coffman; and a great-grandchild, Tammy Jo
  pallbearers will be Georgeanna Cummins Cain, Heather               Coffman. Funeral services were April 6 at Marvin E. Owens
  Cochran Smith and Nichole Pendergraft Miracle. Memorial            Home for Funerals by Bro. Rick Reynolds. Burial was in
  contributions are suggested to Heritage Hospice, P.O. Box          Hustonville Cemetery.
  1213, Danville, Ky. 40422 or to ALS Clinic at Cardinal Hill      COFFMAN, VIOLET S. COFFMAN, 67. Violet Snow Coffman of
  Hospital Center for Outpatient Services, 2050 Versailles           McKinney died Monday, Nov. 12, 2007 at Ft. Logan Hospital.
  Road, Lexington, Ky. 40504.                                        She was 67. Born in Casey County on Aug. 8, 1940, she was
COCHRAN, WILLIAM I. COCHRAN, 63. William Isaac Cochran               the daughter of the late Fred and Velma Richards Snow. She
  of Liberty died Monday, Sept. 24, 2007 at Casey County             was a former school cook and a former employee of Genesco,
  Hospital. He was 63. Born in Louisville on Nov. 29, 1943, he       Stanford House and Matsushita in Danville. She was a
  was the son of the late William Dennis and Clara Ann Estella       member of Geneva Community Church and the widow of
  Rodgers Cochran. . He owned and operated CochranÕs Seal            Orville Kenneth Coffman. Survivors include two daughters,
  Coating and was of the Christian faith. He was a member of         Donna (and Lindsey) Yocum of McKinney and Charlotte (and
  Masonic Lodge #107 in Franklin, Ind., Ancient Accept Scottish      Bill) Long of Hustonville; three sisters, Bernice Griffin of
  Rite and Murat Shriner. Survivors include three sons, Roy          Hustonville, Marie Singleton of Louisville and June Hardwick
  Allen Hinch of Cincinnati, Ohio, Tony Dwayne Cochran of            of Dunnville; four grandchildren, Shane Yocum, Shelley
  Denver, Colo. and Keith Alan Cochran of Tampa, Fla.; a             Cockerham, Josh and Jeremy Long; and two great-
  daughter, Sharon Louise Cochran of Indianapolis, Ind.; two         grandchildren, McKayla and Hailey Yocum. Funeral services
  grandchildren, Nathan Roy Hinch and Julius Spencer Webber;         were Nov. 15 at Spurlin Funeral Home in Stanford by the Rev.
  five sisters, Barbara Jones of Stanford, Linda Montgomery of       Rick Naylor. Burial was in Buffalo Springs Cemetery.
  Franklin, Ind., Maxine Pitman of Liberty, Janice Robins of         Pallbearers were Ray Griffin, Craig Griffin, Joseph Hardwick,
  Green-wood, Ind., and Lois Abney of Glasgow; and three             Mark Hardwick, David Singleton, Josh Long, Jeremy Long
  brothers, Randall Cochran of Liberty, Larry Cochran of             and Jonathan McWhorter. Honorary pallbearers were Shane
  Hustonville and Steve Cochran of Lexington. He was                 and Kim Yocum, Todd and Shelley Cockerham, Anna Holbert,
  preceded in death by a brother, David Cochran. Funeral and         Dinah Rooks and Winford Coffman.
  Masonic services were Sept. 30 at McKinney-Brown Funeral         COLEMAN, JAMES A. COLEMAN. James A. "Jim" Coleman of
  Home. A eulogy was read by his son, Keith Cochran. Burial          Calvary Ridge Road died Saturday, April 7, 2007 at
  was in Whited Cemetery. Pallbearers were Larry Pitman,             Rockcastle County Hospital in Mt. Vernon. He was 75. Born
  Justin Matthews, Dennis Robins, Alex Martinez, Jeff Spaw           in Casey County on Feb. 25, 1932, he was the son of the late
  and Josh Hale. Honorary pallbearers were Tim Coffman,              Ransom and Myrtle Spears Coleman. He was a farmer and
  George Spaw, Ryan Spaw and Little David Pitman.                    attended Grove Ridge Baptist Church. Survivors include
COFFEY, DOROTHY M. COFFEY. Dorothy M. Coffey of                      seven sisters, Mae Raney, Sylvia Yates and Nancy Pittman,
  Harrodsburg died Tuesday, May 15, 2007 at Ephraim                  all of Yosemite, Shirley Rayborn and Viola Sallee, both of
  McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. She was 79.          Middleburg, and Gerldine Woods and Pauline Wright, both of
  Born in Casey County on Jan. 2, 1928, she was the daughter         Liberty; two brothers, Paul and George Coleman, both of
  of the late Ruba and Bertha Carmicle Mathews. She was a            Yosemite; and several nieces and nephews. He was
  homemaker and a member of Bruce's Chapel Methodist                 preceded in death by a brother, Coyle Coleman. Funeral
  Church. Survivors include four sons, Lanny Joseph Coffey           services were April 10 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by
  and Jim (and Lydia) Coffey, both of Liberty, Jack L. (and          Bro. C.B. Carman. Burial was in Durham Cemetery.
  Susan) Coffey of Columbus, Ohio and Jerel Coffey of                Pallbearers were Brent Raney, Danny Sallee, Josh Emerson,
  Harrodsburg; nine grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; six     Anthony Benedict, Brian Wright and Jack Woods. Honorary
  sisters, Irene Gosser and Wanda Murphy, both of Liberty,           pallbearers were Wayne Raney and George Coleman.
  Marcella Crisfield of Minnesota, Jewell Delrue and Mary          COLEMAN, WILLIAM RAY COLEMAN. William Ray "Bill"
  Cramer, both of Toledo, Ohio, and Brenda Roy of Greenwood,         Coleman of Stanford died Saturday, Nov. 24, 2007. He was
  Ind.; and two brothers, Dennis Mathews of Franklin and             71. Born in Casey County on April 5, 1936, he was the son of
  Johnny Mathews of Russell Springs. She was preceded in             the late Sadie Coleman. He was a retired farmer. Survivors
  death by a grandchild; a sister, Martha Johnson; and a             include his wife, Minnie Mae Coleman; a son, James Ray
  brother, Tommy Mathews. Funeral services were May 18 at            Coleman of Hustonville; two daughters, Wilma Coleman and
  McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Micky Roy and Bro.             Velma (and Floyd) Rogers Coleman of Stanford; and three
   grandchildren, Lance, Adam and Lori Coleman. He was                 2007. She was 88. Born in Evona on June 4, 1918, she was
   preceded in death by a son, Dennis Coleman. Funeral                 the daughter of the late John and Bertha Vest Steele Baldock.
   services are at 1 p.m., today (Nov. 28) at W.L. Pruitt Funeral      She taught school at Middleburg in 1939. She was a member
   Home by the Rev. Marvin King. Burial is in Angel Ridge              of North Eastwood Christian Church where she was the
   Cemetery.                                                           secretary for the Senior Christian Women's group for over 30
                                                                       years. She was the widow of Claude Cleve Cox Sr. Survivors
COMBEST, JIMMY D. COMBEST, January 9, 2008. Jimmy Dow                  include a daughter Debrah (and Richard) Wilson; two sons,
  Combest of Liberty died Saturday, Dec. 29, 2007. He was 73.          John (and Shelia) Cox and David Cox; eight grandchildren,
  Born in Casey County on July 5, 1934, he was a son of the            Brian Wilson, Joe Wilson, John Robert Cox, Amy Cox
  late Paul Dow and Ethel Wilkinson Combest. He was a                  Winebarger, David L. Cox II, Crystal Cox Anthony, Jamie Cox,
  retired home builder. Survivors include two daughters, Kelly         Katie Cox Ojijo; and eight great-grandchildren Jakub L.
  Thompson of Florida and Lynn Drager of Colorado; a sister,           Wilson, Jocelynn Mae Wilson, Trey Cox, Jaime Nicole Cox,
  Ada Combest of Liberty; a brother, Glen Combest of                   Christian Anthony, Anndrea Ojijo, Sean-Elly Ojijo, and Amber
  Louisville; and five grandchildren. He was preceded in death         Mae Winebarger. She was preceded in death by a son,
  by a sister, Betty Ann Wethington. Memorial services will be         Claude Cleve Cox Jr. Services were Feb. 16 at the Legacy
  Saturday, Jan. 12 at 2 p.m. at Liberty First Christian Church        Funeral Alternatives at Memorial Park in Indiana. Burial was
  by Rev. Homer Hecht. Bartle Funeral Home Liberty is in               at Washington Park East Cemetery.
  charge of arrangements.
                                                                    COX, MARVIN COX, 72. Marvin Cox of Elkhorn died Thursday,
COOMER, ALEX BRODY COOMER. Alex Brody Coomer was                      Nov. 15, 2007 in Elkhorn. He was 72. Born in Casey County
  stillborn at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital on April 14,         on June 12, 1935, he was the son of the late Clifton Cox and
  2007. He was the son of Ashley Coomer of Somerset. In               Lola Noel Cox. He was of the Church of God faith, a retired
  addition to his mother, survivors include two brothers, Austin      employee of Fruit of the Loom, and a retired farmer.
  and Brayden Coomer, both of Somerset; two uncles, D.J. and          Survivors include his wife, Emma Sue Ford Cox; a daughter,
  Ben Coomer, both of Somerset; his maternal grandparents,            Vicky (and Jimmy) Newton of Campbellsville; a son, Rick (and
  Doug and Carla Coomer of Somerset; and maternal great-              Karen) Cox of Benton, Tenn.; 10 grandchildren; a brother
  grandparents, Bob and Paula Coontz of Chattanooga, Tenn.            MacArthur Cox of Elkhorn; a sister, Naomi Rash of
  and Joe and Geraldine Coomer of Somerset. Graveside                 Shelbyville, Ind.; and several nieces and nephews. He was
  services were at Hustonville Cemetery on April 15 by Bro.           preceded in death by five sisters, Juanita Woodrum, Opal
  Rick Lawson. Pallbearers were Bob Coontz and Doug                   Ward, Margaret Hicks, Virginia Holt and Dorothy Malone; and
  Coomer. W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home was in charge of                   four brothers, Virgil Cox, Arvel Cox, Willard Cox, and an infant
  arrangements.                                                       brother. Funeral services were Nov. 17 at Parrott and
COPLEY, PAMELA GAYE COPLEY. Pamela Gaye Copley of                     Ramsey Funeral Home in Campbellsville by Bro. Joey Hicks
  Decatur Road in Russell County died Thursday, Nov. 8, 2007          and Bro. Colin McDaniel. Burial was in Feathersburg Church
  at her home. She was 40. Born in Casey County on Sept. 29,          of God Cemetery. Pallbearers were Adam, Dwayne and Matt
  1967, she was the daughter of Barbara Davis Hampton of              Hicks, Irvin Holt, Terry Rash and David Woodrum.
  Hustonville and the late Arvil Beaty. She was a homemaker,        CRAWLEY, RONNIE DALE CRAWLEY. Ronnie Dale Crawley of
  part-time student at Campbellsville University and attended         Liberty died Friday, April 6, 2007 at his home. He was 51.
  Bethel United Baptist Church. In addition to her mother,            Born in Liberty on Jan. 6, 1956, he was the son of the late
  survivors include her husband, Ronald Copley of Russell             William Thomas and Ruth Peck Crawley. Survivors include
  County; two daughters, Whitney and Sarah Copley, both of            six sisters, Alma Faye Latham of Greenwood, Ind., Frances
  Russell County; three stepdaughters, Teresa Meyer, Lisa Kerr        McQueary and Patsy Elmore, both of Liberty, Hazel Deloris
  and Melinda Gilbert, all of Russell County; a stepson, Randy        Taylor of Harrodsburg, Brenda Weddle of Franklin, Ind. and
  Copley of Russell Springs; and seven stepgrandchildren,             Irma Jean Ryan of Indianapolis. He was preceded in death by
  Gavin Copley, Corey and Brandon Meyer, Mallory and Dylan            a sister, Annetta Rose Crawley. Funeral services were April 9
  Kerr and Sydney and Sierra Gilbert. She was preceded in             at Bartle Funeral Home by Norman Larson. Burial was in
  death by her stepfather, Amos Hampton. Funeral services             Whited Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ronnie Joe Elmore,
  were Nov. 12 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro.                 Adam Elmore, Carl Cochran, Tim Short, Jeremiah Crawley
  Floying Thompson. Burial was in Hustonville Cemetery.               and Bruce Latham.
  Pallbearers were Bill Buckler, Larry Roy, Kenneth Bradshaw,
  Bryan Miller, Doug Lawhorn and Dawayne Meyer.                     CREW, BECHEL L. CREW, 71. Bechel Lee Crew of Liberty died
                                                                      Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2007 at his home. He was 71. Born in
COSTAIN, SYLVIA NORRIS COSTAIN. Sylvia Norris Costain,                Casey County on Dec. 7, 1935, he was the son of the late
  formerly of Hustonville, died Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2007 at her       Lewis Virgil and Inez Ragle Crew. He was a farmer and a
  home in Colorado Springs, Colo. She was 68. Born in                 member of the Oak Grove Church of Christ. He was the
  Middleburg on Oct. 8, 1938, she was the daughter of the late        widower of Della Marie Lane Crew. Survivors include four
  Roscoe and Hilda Norris. She was a homemaker and taught             daughters, Patricia Richardson of Ohio, Linda Richards of
  high school students both in the United States and abroad.          Campbellsville, Norma McQueary of Liberty and Melissa Sims
  Survivors include her husband, R.Y. Costain; two sons, Bill         of Danville; two sons, Robert Crew of Indiana and Ricky Crew
  (and Sherry) Costain and Brad (and Shellie) Costain, both of        of Liberty; 14 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; four
  Colorado Springs; three granddaughters, Ginna, Avery and            brothers, Eldie, John, Curtis and Arvin Crew, all of Liberty;
  Sydney; a sister, Patricia Warren (Roy), of Colorado Springs;       and a sister, Fredia McCormick of Liberty. He was preceded
  and an uncle, B.C. Norris of Middleburg. She was preceded           in death by two brothers, Lloyd and Carlos Crew; a sister,
  in death by a daughter, Christy Ann Costain. Memorial               Glenda Andrews; and a great-grandson, Noah Richardson.
  services were Feb. 20 at Forestgate Presbyterian Church.            Funeral services were Oct. 5 at McKinney-Brown Funeral
  Interment was at Ft. Logan National Cemetery in Denver,             Home by Bro. Danny Grider. Burial was in Oak Grove
  Colo.                                                               Cemetery at Contown. Pallbearers were Landon Andrews,
COX, BEULAH MAE COX. Beulah Mae Baldock Cox of                        Craig Andrews, Eddie Crew, Randal Lane, Dale Sexton and
  Wildwood Health Center in Indianapolis died Sunday, Feb. 11,        Mike Andrews.
CROCKETT, HUBERT RAY CROCKETT SR. Hubert Ray                          suggested to the American Diabetes Association, 161
  Crockett Sr. of Liberty died Monday, Oct. 29, 2007 at his           Matthews Ave. Ste. 3, Louisville, KY 40207.
  home. He was 77. Born in Casey County on March 3, 1930,
  he was the son of the late Oda and Ethel Fair Crockett. He       DALTON, EDWARD LEE DALTON. Edward Lee Dalton of
  was a maintenance technician for the state of Ohio. Survivors      Liberty died Saturday, March 3, 2007 at Liberty Care Center.
  include his wife, Rosalee McIntosh Crockett; two sons,             He was 57. Born on Aug. 5, 1949 in Albany, he was the son
  George Crockett of Highland Heights and Ray Crockett Jr. of        of the late Robert E. and Wilma G. Cross Dalton. He was a
  Cincinnati, Ohio; four grandchildren; three great-                 former factory employee. Survivors include his wife, Mary
  grandchildren; two sisters, Vina Shirley of Oklahoma and           Dillman Dalton; a daughter, Michelle Rust of Sharpsville, Ind.;
  Mildred Shell of Somerset; a brother, Alton Crockett of            two grandchildren, Cheyenne and Anthony Rust; three
  Shelbyville; and several nieces and nephews. He was                brothers, Everett Dalton of Liberty, Robert H. Dalton of North
  preceded in death by his step-mother, Ada Davis Crockett; his      Vernon, Ind. and Don L. Dalton of New Castle, Ind.; and a
  first wife, Bertha Louise Crouch Crockett; and two brothers,       sister, Frances Day of Indianapolis. He was preceded in
  Gilbert Crockett and Raymond Crockett. Funeral services            death by a brother, Earl Dalton; and two nephews, Jesse and
  were Nov. 1 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro.                 Jason Dalton. Funeral services were March 5 at Bartle
  Clifford DeHart. Burial was in Salem Cemetery. Pallbearers         Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. John Dean. Burial was in
  were Bryan Crockett, Stephen Catron, Mark Vornhagen,               Glenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Everett Dalton Jr.,
  Denny Evans, Billy Evans and Michael Evans.                        Anthony Murry, Jamie Daniels, Bruce Edwards, Ed Stewart
                                                                     and Anthony Rust.
CROWE, CLIFTON CROWE. Clifton Crowe of Maxey Valley died
  Sunday, June 17, 2007 at his home. He was 67. Born in            DANIEL, DANNIE LEE DANIEL. Dannie Lee Daniel of London
  Casey County on March 24, 1940, he was the son of the late         died Thursday, Aug. 2, 2007 at the University of Kentucky
  Tom and Winnie Robertson Crowe. He was a retired                   Medical Center in Lexington. He was 54. Born in Casey
  carpenter. Survivors include his wife, Mary Ellen Carey            County on April 12, 1953, he was the son of Iola Lawson
  Crowe; three sons, Eddie (and Lee) Crowe of Upper Brush            Andrew of Columbia and the late Oda Lee Daniel. He was a
  Creek and Gene (and Anita) Crowe and Johnny Crowe, both            construction worker for Grimes Construction, a member of
  of Maxey Valley; a brother, Roger Crowe of Junction City; and      Bethel Church of God in Georgia and a U.S. Army veteran.
  six grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a daughter,         He was the widower of Jewelline "Jewell" Worley. In addition
  Mary Ann Crowe. Funeral services are today (June 20) at 10         to his mother, survivors include two daughters, Loria Ann
  a.m. at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by the Rev. Ken Hughes.           Blankenship of Louisville and Leona Weaver of Woodland,
  Burial will be in Hustonville Cemetery. Pallbearers are sons       Ala.; a companion, Marlene Jenkins of London; five
  and grandsons.                                                     grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a brother, Luther
                                                                     Daniel of Nancy; and five sisters, Kaye Shell of Russell
CROWE, HENRY FRANKLIN CROWE. Henry Franklin Crowe of                 Springs, Joyce Struck of Stearns, Doris Dabney of Somerset,
  Lincoln County died Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2007 at his home.          and Susie Franklin and Ramona Franklin, both of Columbia.
  He was 78. Born in Casey County on May 28, 1929, he was            Funeral services were Aug. 6 at McKinney-Brown Funeral
  the son of the late Elmer and Mary Asbery Crowe. He was            Home by Bro. Clifford DeHart. Burial was in Thomas Ridge
  retired after 34 years at Jackson Chair. He also was a farmer      Cemetery. Pallbearers were David Smith, Garry Dabney,
  and cabinet maker. Survivors include his wife, Bernice Shell       Mike Jessie, Larry Daniel, Marty Cundiff and Joey Pollard.
  Crowe; two sons, Michael (and Vickie) Crowe and Chris (and         Honorary pallbearers were Kevin Conover, Roger Strunk,
  Rosa) Crowe, both of Hustonville; three daughters, Kelly (and      Charles Daniel and Garland Roy.
  Robert) Duncan and Dana (and Jesse) Long, both of Junction
  City, and Terri (and James) Carmichael of Danville; a brother,   DANIEL, SONDRA KAY DANIEL. Sondra Kay Daniel of
  Elmer Crowe Jr. of Moreland; a sister, Edith Carrier of            Dunnville died Saturday, Nov. 10, 2007 at her home. She was
  Hustonville; 16 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.      60. Born in Danville on Nov. 7, 1947, she was the daughter of
  Funeral services were Aug. 18 at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by       Mary Louise Tarter of Dunnville and the late Eugene E. Tarter.
  Capt. Zach Bell. Burial was in Hustonville Cemetery.               She was a homemaker and a member of Dunnville Christian
  Pallbearers were Scott Johnson, Steve Gifford, Mitch Shell,        Church. In addition to her mother, survivors include a
  Johnathan Crowe, Bruce Crowe and Jerry Jones Jr.                   daughter, Pamela (and Steve) Harris of Dunnville; three sons,
                                                                     Christopher (and Melissa) Daniel and Brad Daniel, both of
CRUTCHER, JAMES PAUL CRUTCHER. James Paul Crutcher                   Berea and Corey Daniel of Dunnville; three grandchildren,
  of Windsor died Wednesday, April 18, 2007 at Lake                  Sara and Patrick Harris and Samantha Daniel; a brother,
  Cumberland Regional Hospital in Somerset. He was 40. Born          Tommy (and Lisa) Tarter of Dunnville; and two sisters, Tina
  on Oct. 18, 1966, he was the son of Kenneth E. and Loraine         Dailey of Covington and Patricia (and Johnnie) Dando of
  Carter Crutcher. He graduated from Casey County High in            Liberty. Funeral services were Nov. 13 at McKinney-Brown
  1984 and Somerset Vocational School. He attended Victory           Funeral Home by Bro. Randy Mlinek. Burial was in
  Christian Fellowship and Eagle Heights Baptist Church. In          Thomastown Cemetery. Pallbearers were Dale Wilson,
  addition to his parents, survivors include a son, James Aaron      Robert Luttrell, Donald Tarter, Ronald Jean Tarter, Forest
  Crutcher of Bronston; a step-son, Michael Held of Bronston; a      Wayne Tarter, Matthew Rodgers and M.O. Kelsey. Honorary
  brother, Kenny Jr. (and Laura) Crutcher of Windsor; and five       pallbearers were Corey Daniel, Sara Harris, Patrick Harris,
  sisters, Linda (and Dennis) Beach of Windsor, Barbara              Meghan Tarter, Janson Tarter and Samantha Daniel.
  Crutcher of Somerset, Virginia (and Blake) Fleet of
  Chattanooga, Tenn., Becky (and Jeff) Gow of Somerset and         DAVIDSON, CHRISTAL D. DAVIDSON. Christal D. Davidson of
  Deborah (and James) Loser of Sennica, S.C. He was                  Bethelridge died Sunday, March 25, 2007 at Lake
  preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Paul W. and        Cumberland Regional Hospital in Somerset. She was 83.
  Lula Borden Crutcher and his maternal grandparents, Lory           Born in Casey County on Feb. 28, 1924, she was the
  James and Emogene Bouche Carter. Funeral services were             daughter of the late Nim and Melinda Spears Godbey. She
  April 22 at Victory Christian Fellowship in Somerset by            was a homemaker, a member of Bethelridge Methodist
  Pastors Mark Harrell and Don Sams. Burial was in Jennings          Church, a member of the Eastern Star in Milford, Ohio and the
  Chapel Cemetery in Windsor. Memorial contributions are             widow of Claud Davidson. Survivors include a niece, Judy
                                                                     Hurt of Eubank; and four nephews, Mike Mick, Danny Mick
   and Joe Mick, all of West Virginia and Dexter Bastin of Ohio.      Bowen of Lexington, Jeff Bowen of Anderson, Ind. and John
   She was preceded in death by two brothers, Martin McKinley         (and Melissa) Bowen of Illinois; a step-daughter, Barbara (and
   Godbey and William Luther Godbey; and four sisters, Edith          Brad) Harris of Anderson, Ind.; eight grandchildren; and two
   Godbey, Mary Bastin, Martha Godbey and Suzanna Mick.               brothers, Jim Dean of Elizabethtown and Johnny Dean of
   Funeral services are today (Wednesday) at 2 p.m. at                Stanford. He was preceded in death by a sister, Doris
   Bethelridge United Methodist Church by Bro. Steven Glenn.          Davidson; and three brothers, George, Fred and Evan Dean.
   Burial will be in Bethelridge Cemetery. Visitation is today        Funeral services are Friday, May 18 at 2 p.m. at McKinney-
   (Wednesday) from noon until time of the service at                 Brown Funeral Home by the Revs. Greg McCosh and John
   Bethelridge United Methodist Church. McKinney-Brown                Dugan Dean. Burial is in Peavey Cemetery. Visitation will be
   Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.                         Friday from 12 noon until 2 p.m. at McKinney-Brown Funeral
                                                                      Home. Pallbearers are David Mingus, Dee Jones, Kevin
DAVIS, BEULAH GENEVA DAVIS. Beulah Geneva McDaniel                    Dean, Jim Dean, Danny Dean and Todd Perry. Memorial
  Davis of Junction City died Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2007 at her         contributions are suggested to Adventa Hospice, 744 Tell St.,
  home. She was 74. Born in Powell County on Nov. 4, 1932,            Ste. 100, Anthens, TN 37371.
  she was the daughter of the late Hannibal and Mila May
  McDaniel. She attended the Church of the Nazarene and was        DEAN, GEORGE WAYNE DEAN. George Wayne Dean of
  the widow of Clyde T. Davis. Survivors include two sons,           Liberty died Saturday, June 30, 2007 at Russell County
  Clyde "Bud" (and Ronda) Davis of Junction City and Ronnie          Hospital. He was 69. Born in Clementsville on March 6, 1938,
  (and Lana) Davis of Junction City; a step-daughter, Carol          he was the son of the late David Clement and Mary Eileen
  Jeffries of Junction City; three sisters, Imogene Gilbert of       Noel Dean. He was the former owner of Dean's Grocery and
  Lancaster, Mary Goins of Tennessee and Ruth Smallwood of           a member of Chestnut Grove Baptist Church. He was retired
  Camden, Ohio; five grandchildren; and seven great-                 from the U.S. Army, having served for 22 years. Survivors
  grandchildren. Funeral services were Aug. 17 at W.L. Pruitt        include his wife, Carolyn Sue "Suzie" Zimmerman Dean; a
  Funeral Home by the Rev. Henderson Goins Jr. Burial was at         daughter, Susan Ann Johnson of Radcliff; two sons, David
  Camp Nelson National Cemetery.                                     Wayne Dean of Lawrenceburg and Paul Kelly Dean of
                                                                     Washington, D.C.; two brothers, Paul Phillip Dean of Liberty
DAVIS, HERSHEL EDWARD DAVIS. Hershel Edward Davis of                 and James Glen Dean of Stanford; three sisters, Janet
  Liberty died Saturday, Sept. 22, 2007 at Casey County              McDonald of Louisville; Shirley Joyce Yaste of Junction City
  Hospital. He was 67. Born in Casey County on Jan. 7, 1940,         and Barbara Kay Lane of Bonnieville; and six grandchildren.
  he was the son of Mary Elizabeth Richards Evans of Liberty         Funeral services were July 3 at Bartle Funeral Home Chapel
  and the late Albert Davis. He attended Willow Springs United       by the Rev. Dwight Coffman. Burial was in Peavey Cemetery.
  Methodist Church. In addition to his mother, survivors include     Pallbearers were Anthony and Adam Dean, Vaughn and
  his wife, Wanda Faye Lay Davis; two sons, Joe Davis and            Brock Johnson, Tim Onusko and Watson McFarland.
  Ricky Edward Davis, both of Dunnville; a daughter, Christy
  Roy of Dunnville; nine grandchildren; two step-grandchildren;    DELK, ANTHONY DEAN "TONY" DELK. Anthony Dean "Tony"
  a great-grandchild; a brother, Garland Davis of Liberty; and a     Delk of Liberty died Wednesday, June 20, 2007 at Casey
  sister, Nancy Snow of Liberty. He was preceded in death by a       County Hospital. He was 45. Born in Tulare, Calif. on Sept.
  brother, Jack G. Lawhorn. Funeral services were Sept. 25 at        21, 1961, he was the son of Roger and Donna Kirkpatrick
  Willow Springs United Methodist Church by Bro. Clifford            Delk of Porterville, Calif. He was a former employee of the
  DeHart. Burial was in Willow Springs Cemetery. Pallbearers         Galilean Home and a U.S. Navy veteran. In addition to his
  were Ricky Davis, Dale Roy, Christopher Roy and Joe Davis.         parents, survivors include his former wife, Brenda Howell Delk
  McKinney-Brown Funeral Home was in charge of                       of Campbellsville; two daughters, Antonia Delk of Danville and
  arrangements.                                                      Amanda Delk of Campbellsville; a son, Rex Delk of San
                                                                     Diego, Calif.; and two brothers, Mark and Matthew Delk, both
DAVIS, PHYLLIS JEAN DAVIS. Phyllis Jean Davis of                     of Portersville, Calif. Funeral services are today (June 27) at
  Nicholasville died Thursday, June 21, 2007 at her home. She        1 p.m. at Bartle Funeral Home Chapel by Jessie Wesley.
  was 60. Born in Casey County on June 22, 1946, she was a           Burial is in the Galilean Home Cemetery. Visitation is today at
  daughter of the late James and Emma Neal Lanham. She               11 a.m. at the funeral home.
  was a factory worker and of the Christian faith. She was the
  widow of John Wilber Davis. Survivors include three sons,        DENSON, BRADY ADAM KADE DENSON. Brady Adam Kade
  James Wilber Davis (and Charlotte Northcott) of Winchester,        Denson, the son of Adam Gerald and Angela Spears Denson
  Kevin Lee Davis and Jeffrey Wayne Davis, both of                   of Shelbyville, died Saturday, Nov. 10, 2007 at Norton
  Nicholasville; two brothers, Ralph Lanham of Indiana and           Suburban Hospital in Louisville. He was 2 days old. He was
  Dennis Lanham of Lexington; and four sisters, Ruth Galvin of       born in Louisville on Nov. 8, 2007. In addition to his parents,
  Lexington, Barbara Lane, Charlotte Phillips and Alice Sallee,      survivors include his sister, Carlea Denson of Shelbyville; a
  all of Liberty. She was preceded in death by six brothers,         brother, Malachi Denson of Shelbyville; paternal
  Glenn, William Pershing, Wesley, Leland Udell, James Ray           grandparents, Billy and Teresa Denson of Liberty; maternal
  and Floyd Lanham; and three sisters, Mary Neal, Georgia            grandfather, Danny Jo Spears of Yosemite; and maternal
  Harris and Marie Hendrix. Funeral services were June 24 at         grandmother, Cecilia Carman of Yosemite. Graveside
  McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Jerry Dedman. Burial was            services were Nov. 13 at Mt. Calvary Cemetery by the Revs.
  in Lanhamtown Cemetery. Pallbearers were Paul Popp, Ray            Alan Browning and Wayne Naylor. Bartle Funeral Home
  Stratton, Tony Pelfrey, Bobbie Bruin, Scott Kiser and Jeremy       Liberty was in charge of arrangements.
  Montgomery.
                                                                   DENSON, LEROW M. DENSON. Lerow M. Denson of
DEAN, BILLY RAY DEAN. Billy Ray Dean of Ten Mile, Tenn.              Edinburgh, Ind. died Sunday, Jan. 7, 2007 at his home. He
  died Monday, May 14, 2007 at his home. He was 71. Born in          was 84. Born in Lee County, Va. on May 21, 1922, he was
  Casey County, he was the son of the late Eugene and Myrtie         the son of the late Sam M. and Tiny Young Denson. He was
  Lela Brown Dean. He was a member of Chestnut Grove                 a retired logger and a member of Friendship Gospel Church in
  Baptist Church and a U.S. Air Force veteran. Survivors             Morgantown, Ind. He was the widower of Sheryl Denson.
  include his wife, Roberta Mae Bowen Dean; a son, Michael           Survivors include two sons, Donald Lee (and Wanda) Denson
  Dean of Lexington; three step-sons, Danny (and Penny)              of Nineveh, Ind. and Ronnie Dale (and Susan) Denson of
   Edinburgh, Ind.; two daughters, Ladena Mae (and Fenton)               Dunham and Murrell (and Mary) Dunham; nine grandchildren,
   Tungett of Edinburgh, Ind. and Norma Jean (and Jim) Mercant           Wes (and Betsy) Girdler, Ron (and Jenny) Girdler, Gary (and
   of Franklin, Ind.; a brother, Kenneth B. Denson of Edinburgh,         Melody) Girdler, Shirley (and Dan) Haller, Dee Dunham, Tisha
   Ind.; a sister, Nannie Wilson of Versailles; 15 grandchildren;        Wilzback, Katrina (and Jamie) Hicks, Jeff Dunham and
   and 26 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a             Derrick Dunham; 16 great-grandchildren; 10 great-great-
   son, Randall D. Denson; six brothers, C.J., Henry, Noah, Ulis,        grandchildren; and a brother, Ray (and Helen) Hamilton. She
   Alzo and Woodrow Denson; and a sister, Edith Denson.                  was preceded in death by three sisters, Lema McMullin, Eva
   Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday (Jan. 11) at Brush        Elmore and Alma Hamilton. Funeral services were April 28 at
   Creek Pentecostal Church by Bros. Bearl King and Shirley              Hodapp Funeral Home in Cincinnati. Burial was in Vine Street
   Denson. Burial will be in Tapscott Cemetery. Visitation is            Hill Cemetery.
   today (Jan. 10) from 4 to 8 p.m. at Eskew-Eaton Funeral
   Home in Edinburgh, Ind. and Thursday at noon at Brush              DURHAM, BONNIE M. DURHAM, 86. Bonnie Maxine Durham of
   Creek Pentecostal Church. Obituary information a courtesy of         Hustonville died Thursday, Nov. 15, 2007 at her home. She
   Bartle Funeral Home.                                                 was 86. Born in Casey County on April 15, 1921, she was the
                                                                        daughter of the late Logan and Leona Watson Goforth. She
DIAL, JEFFREY LYNN DIAL. Jeffrey Lynn Dial of Liberty died              was a homemaker and a member of the House of Prayer in
   Thursday, Sept. 13, 2007 at his home. He was 44. Born in             Yosemite. She was the widow of John E. Durham. Survivors
   Taylor County on Dec. 29, 1962, he was the son of Janice             include a daughter, Marsha Carol Bewley of Hustonville;
   Carmicle Williamson of Liberty and the late Ray Huston Dial.         daughter-in-law, Jennifer Durham of Yosemite; three
   He was a self-employed gate salesman. In addition to his             grandchildren, Johnny Douglas, Scott Durham and Susan
   mother, survivors include three children, Chris, Josh and April      Lee; six great-grandchildren, Ashley and Katie Douglas, Kyle
   Dial, all of Liberty; two brothers, Gary and Randy Dial, both of     Denson, and Heather, Chris and Macie Lee; a brother, Clifton
   Liberty; two sisters, Lisa Dial and Pam Marple, both of Liberty;     Goforth of Yosemite; and a sister, Parker O'Neal of Decatur,
   and several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Funeral               Ala. She was preceded in death by a son, Garry Wayne
   services were Sept. 16 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by             "Luke" Durham; five sisters, Marie Durham, Ethel Barnett,
   Bro. Phillip Patton, Bro. Alan Peavler and Bro. Wayne Naylor.        Clora Carmicle, Vina Bastin and Martha Goforth; and three
   Burial was in Willow Springs Cemetery. Pallbearers were              brothers, Eulas, Marcus and Raymond Goforth. Funeral
   Mike Monday, Jimmy Carmicle, Chris Austin, Jeremy Allen,             services were Nov. 18 at Bartle Funeral Home Chapel by Bro.
   Greg Peavler and Mitchell Davis. Honorary pallbearers were           Wayne Naylor. Burial was in Dunham Cemetery. Pallbearers
   James Branstetter, George, Lewis and Phillip Carmicle, and           were Jimmy Carmicle, Mickey and Donnie Goforth, Ricky
   Bryan Marple.                                                        Williams, and Ed, Tim and Kenny Durham. Honorary
                                                                        pallbearers were Kenneth and Shannon Durham, Jim
DICK, BOBBY L. DICK. Bobby L. Dick of St. Paul, Ind. died               Townsend, Warnie Baker, and Lewis, Phillip and George
   Wednesday, March 7, 2007 at Major Hospital in Indiana. He            Carmicle.
   was 66. Born in Windsor on Nov. 13, 1940, he was the son of
   the late Fonder and Mary (Warner) Dick. He was a retired           DURHAM, JOHN E. DURHAM. John E. Durham of Hustonville,
   team leader for Knauf Fiber Glass. Survivors include his wife,       formerly of Yosemite, died Sunday, Feb. 11, 2007 at his
   Judith Dick; two step-sons, Keith and Kent Dunham, both of           home. He was 84. Born in Casey County on Aug. 18, 1922,
   Shelbyville, Ind.; a step-daughter, Karen Clapp of Greenwood,        he was the son of the late Roscoe and Ruthy Raney Durham.
   Ind.; a sister, Irene Estes of Dunnville; four nephews; a niece;     He was a former teacher in Casey County and a former
   and six step-grandchildren, Brandon, Allyson and Raechal             principal in Lincoln County. He was a former minister of the
   Dunham, Eric Clapp, Ryan Clapp and Trevor Dunham. He                 House of Prayer in Yosemite and a U.S. Army World War II
   was preceded in death by a brother, Jack Dick; and a step-           veteran. Survivors include his wife of 64 years, Bonnie
   son, Kyle Dunham. Funeral services were March 10 at Glenn            Maxine Goforth Durham; a daughter, Marsha Carol Bewley of
   E. George and Son Funeral Home in Shelbyville, Ind. by               Hustonville; three grandchildren, Johnny Douglas, Scott
   Pastor George Mitchell. Burial was in Forest Hill Cemetery.          Durham and Susan Lee; six great-grandchildren, Ashley and
   Memorial contributions are suggested to the American Cancer          Katie Douglas, Kyle Denson, and Heather, Chris and Macie
   Association.                                                         Lee; a brother, Chester Durham of Somerset; and two sisters,
                                                                        Jeanette Thompson of Danville and Mary Lou Lyons of
DUNHAM, ARCHIE V. DUNHAM. Archie V. Dunham of Liberty                   Waddy. He was preceded in death by a son, Garry Wayne
  died Friday, June 29, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional               "Luke" Durham; five sisters, Laura Sweago, Wauneda
  Medical Center in Danville. He was 86. Born in Burkesville on         Thompson, Ellen Durham, Brenda Galloway and Shelby Jean
  Oct. 1, 1920, he was the son of the late Virgle and Linda             Durham; and three brothers, E.C., Clayton and Richard
  Crawford Dunham. He was a former employee of Ford Motor               Durham. Funeral services will be Feb. 15 at 10 a.m. at Bartle
  Co. in Indianapolis, Ind., and a member of Shady Grove                Funeral Home Chapel by Bro. Wayne Naylor. Burial will be in
  Baptist Church. He was a U.S. Army veteran and a member               Dunham Cemetery with military rites performed by the Casey
  of the D.A.V. He was the widower of Ester Adell Grant                 County Funeral Squad. Pallbearers will be Roger Durham, Ed
  Dunham. Survivors include a son, Ricky Dunham of                      Durham, Kenny Durham, Joey Galloway, Michael Lyons and
  Jacksonville, N.C.; a brother, Herbert Dunham; seven                  Steve Lyons.
  grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. He was
  preceded in death by a son, Larry Dale Dunham. Funeral              DURHAM, VIOLET E. DURHAM. Violet E. Durham died Sunday,
  services were July 3 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by                Aug. 19, 2007 at the Terrace Nursing Home. She was 82.
  Bro. Casey Davis. Burial was in Shady Grove Cemetery.                 Born in Grand Forks, N.D. on June 4, 1923, she was the
  Pallbearers were Jay Looney, Rusty Dunham, John                       daughter of the late John and Gina Westboe Kaltvedt. She
  Helmkamp, Christopher Dunham and Darren Dunham.                       was retired from the Rental Uniform Service and was the
                                                                        widow of Vernon Durham. Survivors include a son, Steve
DUNHAM, JOSIE DUNHAM. Josie Hamilton Dunham of St.                      Durham (and Cheryl) of Berea; two grandchildren, Michael
  Bernard, Ohio died Wednesday, April 25, 2007 at her home.             Durham (and Jody) of Paint Lick and Madison Durham of
  She was 93. She was born in Casey County on Dec. 29,                  Berea; a great-grandchild, Melanie Durham of Paint Lick; and
  1913. She was the widow of Willis Dunham. Survivors                   a sister, Grace Strass of Fergus Falls, Minn. Funeral services
  include a daughter, Delena (and Ed) Girdler; two sons, James
   are today (Aug. 22) at 11 a.m. at Lakes Funeral Home in            ELLIS, MARGIE E. ELLIS. Margie E. Ellis of Dunnville died
   Berea. Burial will be in Salyers Cemetery in Casey County.            Monday, April 30, 2007 at Casey County Hospital. She was
                                                                         93. Born in Adair County on Oct. 7, 1913, she was the
EBENSCHWEIGER, ELIZABETH EBENSCHWEIGER. Elizabeth                        daughter of the late George and Cora Mullinex Harfield. She
  Ebenschweiger of Liberty died Monday, May 14, 2007 at                  was a homemaker and a member of 206 Pentecostal Church.
  Liberty Care Center. She was 85. Born in Leslie County on              She was the widow of the Rev. Louie Ellis. Survivors include
  Aug. 6, 1921, she was the daughter of the late Elijah and              four daughters, Joelene Sallee of Goshen, Ohio, Louise
  Mollie Sizemore Earles. She was a homemaker and the                    Holtzclaw of Dunnville, Geraldine Pierce of Louisville and Gail
  widow of Henry J. Ebenschweiger. Survivors include two                 Scott of Liberty; two sons, Bobby and Larry Ellis, both of
  sons, Jack Ebenschweiger of Russell Springs and Luther Cox             Dunnville; nine grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; five
  of Yosemite; three daughters, Marnella Godbey of Yosemite,             great-great-grandchildren; and a sister, Shelly Vaughn of
  Gussie Hines of Liberty and Annette Earles of Hyden; 14                Campbellsville. She was preceded in death by two infant
  grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; four great-great-               children, Lewis and Gary Ellis; a grandchild, Micheal Ellis; and
  grandchildren; a sister, Bland Earles of Florida; and a brother,       two sisters, Myrtle Miller and Lena Haggard. Funeral services
  Luther Earles of Hyden. She was preceded in death by four              were May 3 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Homer
  sisters, Hannah Hayes, Ester Couch, Flora Mae Dunn and                 Stephens. Burial was in Salem Cemetery. Pallbearers were
  Jeannet Adcock; two brothers, Jake and Gus Earles; and four            Keith Mouser, Rick Sallee, Jimmy Evans, Eric Pierce, Murrell
  grandchildren, Michael Hines, Willie Hines, William Earles and         Pierce and Phillip Davis. An honorary pallbearer was Carol
  Daniel Godbey. Funeral services were May 17 at McKinney-               Pierce.
  Brown Funeral Home by Bros. Clifford DeHart and Scott
  Whittle. Burial was in South Fork Cemetery. Pallbearers were        ELLIS, MODINE ELLIS. Modine Edwards Ellis of Gravel Switch
  Paul Cox, Virlis Godbey Jr., Scott Whittle, Joseph Allen,              died Sunday, Oct. 28, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional
  Melvin Cravens and Otha Byrd.                                          Medical Center in Danville. She was 59. Born in Casey
                                                                         County on Oct. 31, 1947, she was the daughter of the late Ed
ELLIOTT, HUBERT KELLY "EDDIE" ELLIOTT. Hubert Kelly                      Lee and Eva Ellen Atwood Edwards. She was a homemaker.
  "Eddie" Elliott of Kings Mountain died Monday, May 14, 2007            Survivors include three daughters, Marsha Ann Ellis of Marco
  in Lancaster. He was 94. Born in Casey County on August 7,             Island, Fla., Alicia Lynn Ellis and Marjory Ellen Ellis, both of
  1912, he was the son of the late Albert Clay and Nancy Ellen           Gravel Switch; a son, Robert Allen Ellis Jr. of Gravel Switch;
  Goodman Elliott. He retired from Southern Railroad after 20            two grandchildren, Emmett Jackson Coyle and Marjory Ann
  years of service and was of the Pentecostal faith. He was the          Roution; three brothers, James, Osborne and Johnnie
  widower of Mary Bell Haggard Elliott. Survivors include two            Edwards, all of Liberty; and a sister, Maxine Scott of Liberty.
  sons, Glen Elliott of Kings Mountain and Kenneth (and Mary)            She was preceded in death by three brothers, Marshall,
  Elliott of Waynesburg; four daughters, Vernie (and Jack) Derry         Lawrence and Glen Edwards; and two sisters, Mary
  of Machesney Park, Ill., Joann (and Jimmy) Sims of                     Magdalene Edwards and Vivian Pearl Edwards. Memorial
  Indianapolis, Ind., Velma (and Glennis) Halcomb of                     services are Thursday, Nov. 1 at 7 p.m. at Bartle Funeral
  Waynesburg, and Wanda (and David) Pike of Kings Mountain;              Home Liberty Chapel by the Rev. Phillip Smallwood.
  15 grandchildren; and 29 great-grandchildren. He was                   Visitation is at 6 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Memorial
  preceded in death by a daughter, Mary Lou Elliott; two                 contributions are suggested to St. Jude's Children's Hospital.
  brothers, Arie and Dillard Elliott; and three sisters, Lillie
  Maynard, Mary Florence Elliott and Leana Elliott. Funeral           ELMORE, MARIE ELMORE. Marie Elmore of Liberty died
  services were May 17 at Barnett & Demrow Funeral Home by              Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2007 at Liberty Care Center. She was
  Bro. Vernon Smith. Burial was in the Salyers Cemetery.                92. Born in Gilpin on June 20, 1915, she was the daughter of
                                                                        the late Henry and Parlee Roberts Henson. She was a
ELLIOTT, RAYMOND ELLIOTT, 69. Raymond Elliott of Columbia               homemaker and the widow of Roscoe Luttrell and Charlie
   died Thursday, Sept. 27, 2007 at Norton Hospital in Louisville.      Elmore. Survivors include five daughters, Bernice Hopper of
   He was 69. Born in Casey County on May 9, 1938, he was               Cincinnati, Ohio, Lela Hoskins, Patsy Tarter and Connie
   the son of the late Fred and Gertrude Salyers Elliott. He was        Sayers, all of Liberty, and Barbara Lanham of North Vernon,
   retired from the Ralston-Purina Co. in Sharonville, Ohio. . He       Ind.; a sister, Geneva Taylor of Liberty; 22 grandchildren; 30
   was the founder of Ray's Trykes for Tykes, and was a                 great-grandchildren; and 11 great-great-grandchildren. She
   member of the Oleika Shrine Temple in Lexington, the                 was preceded in death by three sons, Ralston, Numan,
   Masonic Lodge #594 in Middleburg, Lake Cumberland                    Granville and Ray Luttrell; two daughters, Betty Marie Luttrell
   Shriner's Club and Lake Cumberland Mini Monsters.                    and an infant; five brothers, Milton, Dewey, Parker, Robert
   Survivors include his wife, Maxine Luttrell Elliott; three sons,     and Jason Henson; and four sisters, Emma Cravens, Effie
   Marty Ray (and Mary) Elliott of Cincinnati, Ohio, Edward             Wesley, Stella Henson and Lavona Ware. Funeral services
   Lewis (and Traci) Elliott of Kettering, Ohio, and Adam Troy          were Nov. 10 at Bartle Funeral Home Chapel by Bro. Richie
   (and Kathleen) Elliott of Lexington; a daughter, Romona L.           Curtis and Bro. Troy Coffey. Burial was in South Fork
   (and Don) Wilson, of Loveland, Ohio; three sisters, Catherine        Cemetery. Pallbearers were Brent Tarter, Anthony Lanham,
   Floyd and Juanita Shelley, both of Mt. Olive, Vina Clem of           Dwight and Steve Luttrell, Matthew Simpson and Conan
   Mason, Ohio; 16 grandchildren, Amy, Tabitha, Steven and              Dallman. Honorary pallbearers are Genny Gail Sayers and
   Matthew Wilson, and Robert, Bryan, McKayla, Andrew,                  Derrik Wall.
   Elizabeth, Amanda, Jacob, Samuel, Katie, Hudson, Gavin and
   Gideon Elliott; and two great-grandchildren, Reece and             EMERSON, LOIS EMERSON. Lois Emerson of Dunnville died
   Michael Wilson. He was preceded in death by two brothers,            Saturday, June 9, 2007 at Casey County Hospital. She was
   Charles and Lonnie Elliott. Funeral services were Sept. 30 at        83. Born in Casey County on March 29, 1924, she was the
   Mt. Olive Christian Church by Bro. Greg Powell. Burial was in        daughter of the late Ernest and Bessie Childress Luttrell. She
   Salyers Cemetery. A Masonic service was Sept. 29 in the              was a homemaker and a member of Parks Ridge Church of
   Chapel of Lake Cumberland Funeral Home. Memorial                     God. She was the widow of James Thomas "Tom" Emerson.
   contributions are suggested to Ray's Trykes for Tykes, 3335          Survivors include three sons, Wendell and Jackie Emerson,
   Holmes Bend Road, Columbia, KY 42728.                                both of Windsor and Kent Emerson of Dunnville; a daughter,
                                                                        Glenna Stephens of Dunnville; three sisters, Marcille
   Wilkerson and Versie Terry, both of Dunnville, and Odean           Hackney. Honorary pallbearers were JoAnn Brown, Carl
   Clements of Norwood, Ohio; two brothers, Arlis Luttrell of         Anderson, Curtis Ingram, Larry Singleton, Mary Ann Williams
   Danville and Sherill Luttrell of Ft. Myers, Fla.; six              and Leona Hackworth.
   grandchildren, Jeffery, Keith, Robbie and David Emerson, and
   Kevin and Bryan Stephens; and five great-grandchildren,         EVANS, JOHNE OSCAR EVANS. John Oscar Evans of Liberty
   Cassidy, Morgan and Macie Emerson, and Logan and Evan             died Monday, July 9, 2007 at Liberty Care Center. He was 60.
   Stephens. She was preceded in death by a brother, Don             Born in Casey County on Dec. 13, 1946, he was the son of
   Luttrell; and a sister, Lorene Monday. Funeral services are       Clara Evans of Liberty and the late Clellie Arthur Evans. He
   today (June 13) at 2 p.m. at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home          worked at local sawmills and was a member of the 206
   with Bro. Billy Dunbar and Bro. Johnny Dunbar officiating.        Pentecostal Church. In addition to his mother, survivors
   Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers are Jeff,       include three daughters, Tina, Lisa and April Evans, all of
   Robbie, Keith and David Emerson, and Kevin and Bryan              Lexington; eight grandchildren; three sisters, Janet Helm of
   Stephens.                                                         Dunnville, Jewell Meeks of Liberty, and Bonnie Brown of Ohio;
                                                                     and two brothers, Jule Evans of Dunnville and Clellie Evans
EMERSON, Vernon Emerson, 75. Vernon "Vern" Emerson of                Jr. of Adair County. He was preceded in death by two sisters,
  Pine Village, Ind. died Sunday, Feb. 18, 2007 at his home. He      Junie Meeks and Irene Barrett; and four brothers, Leonard,
  was 75. Born in Mount Olive on Aug. 29, 1931, he was the           Jerry, Joe and Travis Evans. Funeral services were July 11 at
  son of the late Jake and Zella Merritt Emerson. He was a           McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Johnny Patton. Burial
  maintenance worker and carpenter. Survivors include his            was in Green River Valley Cemetery. Pallbearers were Mike
  wife, Marilyn Sollers Emerson; two sons, Craig Emerson (and        Evans, Jim Propes, Darren Helm, Darrell Meeks, Beto
  Donna) of Otterbein, Ind. and Gary Emerson (and Jackie) of         Grimaldo and Wayne Evans.
  Yulee, Fla.; a step-son, Marvin Ostheimer (and Cindy) of
  Brookston, Ind.; two step-daughters, Brenda Russell (and         EVANS, JUNE DILLION EVANS. June Dillon Evans of Casey
  Edward) of Lafayette, Ind. and Barbara Canada (and                 County died Sunday, Jan. 21, 2007 at Casey County Hospital.
  companion Troy Dodson) of Benton, Ark.; a brother, Leon            She was 76. Born in Mingo County, W.V. on June 6, 1930,
  Emerson (and Katherine) of Pine Village; two sisters, Mary         she was the daughter of the late Albert and Rosa Marcum
  Martin of Otterbein and Helen Hathaway of Grants Pass, Ore.;       Dillon. She was a homemaker and the widow of Robert
  three grandchildren; seven step-grandchildren; five great-         Evans. Survivors include three sons, William Evans and
  grandchildren; and seven step-great-grandchildren. He was          Robert Evans, both of Liberty, and Gary Evans; two
  preceded in death by a grandson, Jason Emerson; a step-            daughters, Brenda (and Daniel) Sagan of Midlothian, Va. and
  granddaughter, Mendy Canada; two half-brothers, Ernest and         Georgia Whitt of Waynesburg; three brothers, Howard Dillon
  Loyd Emerson; two half-sisters, Tressie Brown and Altha            of Beauty, Henry C. and Donald Dillon, both of Marrowbone,
  Patton; two sisters, Martha Greenburg and Mildred Dinwiddie;       W.V.; two sisters, Shirllene Dillon Dempsey of Lenore, W.V.
  and eight nephews. Funeral services were Feb. 22 at Maus           and Lorena Dillon Parsley of Naugatuck, W.V.; five
  Funeral Home in Attica, Ind. by Serenity Hospice Chaplain          grandchildren, Darrel (and Betty) Whitt, Scott Whitt, Arlena
  Sewell Combs. Burial was in Pine Village Cemetery.                 (and Richard) Spence, Jeanette Evans, Robbie Evans; nine
  Memorial contributions are suggested to Serenity Hospice or        great-grandchildren, Lewis Whitt, Robert Whitt, Darrell Whitt,
  the American Cancer Society.                                       Donavan Whitt, Sierra Whitt, Sheena Newsome, George
                                                                     Newsome, Shanna Newssome, DeAndra Newsome; a great-
ENGLISH, PATRICIA ANN ENGLISH. Patricia Ann Cox English              great grandson, David Whitt; and caretakers, Hettie Renee
  of Junction City died Saturday, Aug. 25, 2007 at her home.         Corn and Malinda Brown. Funeral services were Jan. 23 at
  She was 60. Born in Junction City on July 17, 1947, she was        Richmond-Callaham Warfield Chapel by Walter Marcum.
  the daughter of the late Arthur and Bessie May Grimes Cox.         Burial was in Evans Cemetery in Lenore, W.V.
  She was a retired school bus driver in Boyle County and had
  worked at R.R. Donnelly. Survivors include her husband,          EWING, WILLIAM A. EWING. William A. Ewing of Butler
  Ernest Ray English; two daughters, Tammie Colvin and               Township, Ohio died Wednesday, July 27, 2007 in Ohio. He
  Tabitha English, both of Junction City; a brother, Arthur Ray      was 90. Born in Casey County on Aug. 24, 1916, he was the
  Cox of Junction City; a sister, Margaret Underwood of              son of the late James Alph and Hestel Mae Wethington
  Danville; and two grandchildren, Courtney English and              Ewing. He was retired from the military as a major in the U.S.
  Clarrissa Colvin. Funeral services were Aug. 28 at W.L. Pruitt     Army, having served in World War II and the Korean War
  Funeral Home by Bro. J.R. Fields. Burial was in Junction City      during a 22-year career. He was a member of Queen of
  Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bo Alcorn, Stevie Underwood,            Martyrs Catholic Church and the widower of Pat Ewing.
  Earl Ray Cox, Brian Ray Cox, Jerry Leffew and Linden               Survivors include a son, James (and Sandra) Ewing; two
  Pullum.                                                            daughters, Vivian (and James) Thomas, and Brenda Akers
                                                                     (and Ron Beaumont); two sisters, Alene Allen of Liberty and
EOFF, LYDIA MAE EOFF. Lydia Mae Reeves Eoff of Eubank                Dorothy Phillips of Dayton, Ohio; six grandchildren; and three
  died Wednesday, April 4, 2007 at the Lake Cumberland               great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a brother,
  Regional Medical Center. She was 90. Born in Casey County          James Lester Ewing. Funeral services were June 30 at St.
  on March 24, 1917, she was the daughter of the late Arthur         Bernard Catholic Church by the Rev. Patrick Dolan. Burial
  and Janie Wiser Reeves. She cooked for Eubank High School          was in St. Bernard Cemetery. Pallbearers were Terry, Tyler
  for 18 years. Survivors include a daughter, Jean (and Paul)        and Jerry Allen, Jim Thomas, Jason Ewing and Ronnie
  Hackney of Georgetown; two grandchildren, Tammy Hackney            Phillips. McKinney-Brown Funeral Home was in charge of
  and Stephen (and Tabatha) McEldred; and two great-                 arrangements.
  grandchildren, Woody McEldred and Marshall McElred. She
  was preceded in death by five brothers, Robert, Bill, Aubry,     FALCONBURY, MABEL K. FALCONBURY, January 2, 2008.
  Herman and Omer Reeves; and a sister, Lou Maxey Reed.               Mabel Kinnaird Falconbury of Huntsville, Ala. died Monday,
  Funeral services were April 7 at Barnett and Demrow Funeral         Dec. 24, 2007. She was 85. Born in Casey County, she was
  Home with Billy Maxey officiating. Burial was in the Eubank         the daughter of the late Bradley and Mary Alice Kinnaird. She
  Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jimmy Cooper, Danny Floyd,               was the widow of Edmond Ray Falconbury. Survivors include
  Mike Young, Lonnie Eldridge, Hershel Short and Danny                a son, Robert Wesley Falconbury; two daughters, Janet (and
                                                                      Roger) Canady and Joyce (and Doug) Eagan; seven
   grandchildren, Eddie Falconbury, Rhonda Gaskin, Tina                Laura Trimble of Berea; a son, Juan Garcia of Lexington; a
   Billions, Jadenna Hart, Shawn Falconbury, Laura Black and           brother, Gordon Clay Trimble Jr. of Okeechobee, Fla.; and a
   Nikki Mertz; 16 great-grandchildren; eight great-great-             sister, Betty Tillis of Okeechobee, Fla.
   grandchildren; and caregivers, Lindsey Gibbons and Gabrielle        . Funeral services are today (Aug. 22) at 2 p.m. at McKinney-
   Carraballo. She was preceded in death by a son, William             Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Ron Robinson. Burial will be at
   Isham. Graveside services were Dec. 27 at Huntsville                Whited Cemetery. Visitation is today from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
   Memory Gardens. Laughlin Service Funeral Home in                    at the funeral home. Pallbearers are William Lynn, Mike
   Huntsville, Ala. was in charge of arrangements.                     Grimsley, Matt Davis, Gordon Clay Trimble Jr., Gordon Clay
                                                                       Trimble III, Josh Robinson and Matthew Robinson.
FRIEDHOF, CLOEY MAE FRIEDHOF. Cloey Mae Friedhof of
   Stanford died Saturday, Sept. 1, 2007 in Boyle County. She       GODBEY, CLYTHA ESTER GODBEY. Clytha Ester Godbey of
   was 83. Born in Lincoln County on Feb. 8, 1924, she was the        Waynesburg died Friday, March 30, 2007 at Lake
   daughter of the late Irvin and Nettie Soard Johnson. She was       Cumberland Regional Hospital in Somerset. She was 86.
   a homemaker, a member of Shelby Baptist Church and was             Born in Casey County on Aug. 2, 1920, she was the daughter
   active in Boyle County Senior Citizens. She was the widow of       of the late Luther and Mary Jane Floyd Salyers. She was a
   Joseph Friedhof. Survivors include two sons, Ray Cottrell and      homemaker and a member of Mt. Olive Christian Church.
   Larry (and Adele) Cottrell, both of Danville; three daughters,     Survivors include her husband, Thomas Godbey; two sons,
   Joella (and Archie) Curtis and Carol (and Tony) Estes, both of     Luther C. (and Theresa) Godbey of Seneca, S.C. and Thomas
   Junction City, and Barb Sowders of Toledo, Ohio; a step-son,       (and Evelyn) Godbey of Louisville; four daughters, Lemetta
   Joseph (and Carol) Friedhof of Cincinnati, Ohio; a step-           Dause of Richmond, Nancy Maddox of Mt. Sterling, Geraldine
   daughter, Jo Ann Cline of Cincinnati, Ohio; a brother, Dallas      (and David) Floyd of Science Hill and Jacqueline (and John)
   (and Helen) Johnson of Stanford; two sisters, Lola Johnson of      Carman of Boerne, Texas; three sisters, Martha Robertson
   Stanford and Lois (and Garland) Vest of Danville; 14               and Mary Elizabeth Carrier, both of Waynesburg, and Bertha
   grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. She was preceded          Mae Fight of Wheelersburg, Ohio; four brothers, Norman
   in death by a step-son, Jimmy Friedhof; three brothers,            Salyers of Somerset, Jessie D. Salyers of Liberty, Clifford
   Roscoe, Harold and Charles Johnson; and a sister, Hazel            Salyers of Bowling Green and Vernon Salyers of Middleburg;
   Walls. Funeral services were Sept. 4 at Fox Funeral Home by        11 grandchildren; and 13 grandchildren. She was preceded in
   Bro. Paul McFarland and Bro. Travis Farris. Burial was in          death by two brothers, Herman and John T. Salyers; and
   Buffalo Springs Cemetery. Pallbearers were Lewis Gilpin, Joe       three sisters, Betty Floyd, Estie Elliott and Myrtle Salyers.
   Carpenter, Brad Cottrell, Brian Sowders, Lewis Curtis, Richie      Funeral services were April 1 at the chapel of Morris and
   Shepperson, John Cottrell and Ricard Lavori. Memorial              Hislope Funeral Home in Science Hill by Bro. Greg Powell.
   contributions are suggested to the Boyle County Senior             Burial was in Salyers Cemetery in Waynesburg. Memorial
   Citizens.                                                          contributions are suggested to the American Cancer Society
                                                                      and Hospice of Lake Cumberland.
GABEHART, JUDY F. GABEHART. Judy F. Derringer Gabehart
  of Liberty died Wednesday, May 30, 2007 at the University of      GODBEY, ERMAN W. GODBEY. Erman Wesley Godbey of San
  Kentucky Medical Center in Lexington. She was 58. Born in           Antonio, Texas died Friday, Dec. 7, 2007. He was 81. Born in
  Casey County on March 3, 1949, she was the daughter of the          Bethelridge on Dec. 17, 1925, he was the son of the late
  late Alvin and Ruby Marple Derringer. She was a homemaker           Pleasant Wesley and Mary E. Godbey. He served in the U.S.
  and a member of Liberty First Baptist Church. Survivors             Air Force for more than 20 years and was a veteran of World
  include three children, Waylon Roberts of Milford, Ohio, and        War II, the Korean conflict and the Vietnam War. He was a
  Shaun Pendergraft and Rhonda Thompson, both of Liberty;             member of the Rushville, Ind. Fire Department and was
  two great-grandchildren; a brother, Wayne Derringer of              assistant fire chief at Kelly Air Force Base in San Antonio for
  Campbellsville; and a sister, Jane Derringer of Liberty. She        more than 25 years. He was a member of Valley High Baptist
  was preceded in death by two sisters, Linda Derringer and           Church. Survivors include his wife, Sue Godbey; three
  Marilyn June Godsey. Funeral services were June 2 at                daughters, Mischelle Poundstone and Shirley Ann Sellers,
  McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Jimmy Brown. Burial             both of San Antonio, and Anita Whittle of Avondale, Ariz.; a
  was in Whited Cemetery. Pallbearers were David Derringer,           son, John Godbey of San Antonio; seven grandchildren;
  Marshal Godsey, Johnny Derringer, Chris Perin, Cody Perin           several great-grandchildren; two brothers, Donald G. Godbey
  and Phillip Godbey.                                                 of Liberty and Russell G. Godbey of Tucson, Ariz.; and two
                                                                      sisters, Ivadeen Garber of Pollack Pines, Calif. and Irene
GABEHART, NANNIE GABEHART. Nannie Gabehart of                         Murrell of London, Ky. He was preceded in death by five
  Mannsville died Friday, Jan. 12, 2007 in Campbellsville. She        brothers, James, Tommy, Marvin, Clarence and Kenny
  was 63. Survivors include a daughter, Debra Warren (and             Godbey; three sisters, Clara Mae Moore, Erma Lee and
  Danny) of Liberty; two sons, David Taylor (and Becky) of            Virginia Marie Godbey. Memorial services were Dec. 11 at
  Indiana and Mark Gabehart (and Paula) of Shelbyville; three         Castle Ridge Funeral Home in San Antonio, and a graveside
  brothers, Owen Humphress (and Linda) of Simpsonville,               service and burial were Dec. 12 at Fort Sam Houston National
  Bobby Humphress (and Thelma) of Elkhorn and Charles                 Cemetery with full military honors. Pallbearers were Capt.
  Humphress (and Rebecca) of Knifley; two sisters, Betty Jones        Donald G. Godbey II, MSgt Paul Williams, CMSgt. David
  (and Ferrell) and Christine Elkins (and Bill), both of Indiana;     Poundstone, SFC. John Godbey, Ruben Ballesteros and
  nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Funeral              Joshua Godbey.
  services were Jan. 14 at the Parrot and Ramsey Funeral
  Home in Campbellsville. Burial was in the Harden Cemetery.        GOODE, CARL GOODE. Carl Goode of Liberty died Friday, Nov.
                                                                      2, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in
GARCIA, LINDA FAYE GARCIA. Linda Faye Trimble Garcia of               Danville. He was 89. Born in Casey County on July 19, 1918,
  Liberty died Saturday, Aug. 18, 2007 at Kindred Hospital in         he was the son of the late Ambrose and Anna Mae Wilcher
  Louisville. She was 59. Born in Mt. Sterling on July 2, 1948,       Goode. He worked as a farmer and heavy equipment
  she was the daughter of Anna Andrews Trimble of                     operator for the state highway department and was a member
  Okeechobee, Fla. and the late Gordon Clay Trimble I. She            of the Canaan Valley Baptist Church. He was commissioned
  was a homemaker. In addition to her mother, survivors               a Kentucky Colonel in 1975. Survivors include two step-sons,
  include her husband, Fancisco "Pancho" Garcia; a daughter,
   Randy Coffman and Russell Sayers; a step-granddaughter,               Virginia and Lucille Smith of Indiana; a granddaughter, April
   Tanya Roberts of Windsor; a step-great-grandson, Gage                 (and Eric) McCrickard; and two great-grandchildren, Christian
   Roberts; a special friend, Louise Luttrell of Windsor; a sister,      and Calvin. Funeral services were May 23 at Moreland
   Auby Crawford of Middleburg; several nieces; and a nephew.            Christian Church by the Rev. David Smith. Burial was in
   He was preceded in death by two brothers, Ambrose Horace              Moreland Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bill Peyton, Burnon
   Goode and Woodrow Eugene Goode Sr.; and a sister, Ruby                Hamilton, James Kelley, Terry Conner, Paul Rankin and
   Mae Asbury. Funeral services were Nov. 5 at McKinney-                 Verlan Griffin. Honorary pallbearers were Glyn Southerland,
   Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Clifford DeHart and Bro. Ronnie            Dale Smith, Charles Bolling, Tommy Adams and Hubert
   Campbell. Burial was in Mays Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers               Royalty. W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home was in charge of
   were Allen Roberts, Woodrow Goode Jr., Gay Goode, Elaine              arrangements.
   Goode and Walter Hall.
                                                                      GRIDER, ELGIE COFFEY GRIDER. Elgie Coffey Grider of
GOODE, GRACE ELLEN GOODE. Grace Ellen Sears Goode of                    Russell Springs died Monday, Jan. 1, 2007 at Fairoaks
  Stanford died Tuesday, April 17, 2007 at Ft. Logan Hospital.          Nursing Home in Jamestown. She was 82. She was the
  She was 94. Born in Casey County on March 31, 1913, she               daughter of the late A.G. and Lura Mae Holder Coffey. She
  was the daughter of the late Alfred and Allie Fair Sears. She         was a homemaker, factory worker and a member of the
  had worked as a practical nurse at Ephraim McDowell                   Church of God. She was the widow of Veston Grider.
  Regional Medical Center and at a suit factory in Lebanon.             Survivors include a daughter, Janice Grider of Russell
  She was the widow of Arthur Powers and Howard "Buck"                  Springs; a son, Gary Veston Grider of Russell Springs; a
  Goode. Survivors include her sister, Daisy Rousey. Funeral            sister, Sina Mae Cassady of New Albany, Ind.; a grandson,
  services were April 19 at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by G. W.           Timothy M. Bair; a step-grandson, Jason V. Bair (and Nicole);
  Smith. Burial was in Hustonville Cemetery. Pallbearers were           and a great-granddaughter, Erin Grace Bair. Funeral services
  Joe Cutter, William Peck, Johnny Ellis, Tom Cochran, Junior           were Jan. 4 at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel in Russell
  ÒWayneÓ Sears, Gerald Rousey and Wesley Benedict.                     Springs by Bros. John Bennett and Danny Withers. Burial was
  Honorary pallbearer was H. Dee Atwood.                                in Poplar Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers were Gordon Coffey,
                                                                        Don Coffey, Mike Cassady, Dr. Perry Cassady, Dwayne
GRANT, WANDA J. GRANT, January 16, 2008. Wanda June                     Cassady and Joe David Murphy. Honorary pallbearers were
  Huntsman Grant of Indianapolis, Ind. died Thursday, Dec. 27,          Barry Wilson and Robert Duvall.
  2007. She was 74. She was born in Buffalo, W.V. on June 2,
  1933. She was an assembler at Carr Metal. Survivors                 GRIDER, EVONNA GAIL GRIDER. Evonna Gail Graham Grider
  include her husband, Herbert Grant; four sons, Marshall,              of Liberty died Saturday, Aug. 11, 2007 at her home. She was
  Russell and Joe Smith and Jason Grant; six daughters,                 40. Born in Stanford on May 26, 1967, she was the daughter
  Patricia Apollos, Debra Ashby, Juanita Welch, Joan Warren,            of Thomas Earl Graham and Ella Wallin Proffitt, both of
  Eugenias Daniels and Brandi Parrott; five sisters, Linda Bush,        Stanford. She was a former employee of M.A.C. Survivors
  Willie Higgenboth, Sharon Clark, Nettie Mattox, and Irene             include her husband, Phillip Ray Grider; and three brothers,
  Haythe; four brothers, Russell, Ray, Curt and Kenny Priddy;           Mark Graham of Stanford, Thomas Wayne Graham of
  several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Funeral                Danville and Keith Graham of McMinnville, Tenn. Funeral
  services were Dec. 28 at Lynhurst Neighborhood Funeral                services were Aug. 14 at Bartle Funeral Home Chapel by the
  Home with graveside services on Dec. 29 in Buffalo Memorial           Rev. Jimmy Brown. Burial was in Fair Cemetery. Pallbearers
  Park in Buffalo, W.V.                                                 were Mark and Thomas Graham, Carl, Lewis, Johnny and
                                                                        Mark Grider, Tim Hill, Steve Wardrip, Chris Gillock and
GRAVUNDER, MARIE GRAVUNDER. Marie Gravunder died                        Donald Smith.
  Sunday, Nov. 18, 2007 at Country Terrace in Bloomer, Wisc.
  She was 78. Born in Yosemite on June 17, 1929, she was the          GRIFFIN, VELMA IRENE GRIFFIN. Velma Irene Griffin of Liberty
  daughter of the late Claude and Mattie Lyons Coleman. She             died Friday, May 18, 2007 at her home. She was 90. Born in
  was formerly married to Harold Black and was the widow of             Casey County on March 23, 1917, she was the daughter of
  Orland Gravunder. She was a member of the Seventh Day                 the late Elvin T. and Sophia Alice Whitis Mays. She was a
  Baptist Church and Women's Fellowship. Survivors include              former secretary at Liberty Elementary School and attended
  two daughters, Molly (and Kenneth) Birch of Turtle Lake,              Liberty United Methodist Church. She was the widow of
  Wisc. and Crystal (and Rick Kohls) Ellison of Dresser, Wisc.;         Garfield T. Griffin. Survivors include two daughters, Margaret
  a step-daughter, Wanda (and Ed) Aspseter of Weyerhauser;              Rose (and Billy) Weddle of Liberty and Neva Lorene (and
  five grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; several step-           Danny) Trent of LaGrange; a sister, Eva Rose Darnell of
  grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was preceded in            Liberty; five grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
  death by a son, Timothy; a step-son, Lloyd; a grandson,               She was preceded in death by two brothers, Louis and Robert
  Aaron Scott Birch; a great-granddaughter, Faith Ann                   Mays. Funeral services were May 20 at Bartle Funeral Home
  Woodward. Funeral services were Nov. 24, 2007 at the                  Chapel by the Rev. Jimmy Brown. Burial was in Glenwood
  Seventh Day Baptist Church. Burial was in Mt. Calvary                 Cemetery. Pallbearers were Mark Wolford, Randy Vaughn,
  Cemetery in Yosemite. Olson Funeral Home in Bloomer was               John and Will Johnson, Michael Sebastian and Chris
  in charge of arrangements. A graveside service will be June 3         Meredith. Honorary pallbearers were Sandy Wolford, Sharon
  at 2 p.m. at Mt. Calvary Cemetery by Bro. C.B. Carman.                Johnson, Shelly Vaughn, Dana Sebastian and Susan
                                                                        Meredith. Memorial contributions are suggested to the
GRESHAM, C.W. "BUS" GRESHAM. C.W. "Bus" Gresham of                      American Cancer Society.
  Danville died Monday, May 21, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell
  Regional Medical Center in Danville. He was 86. Born in             GRUBBS, JAMES RODNEY GRUBBS, January 9, 2008. James
  Moreland on June 4, 1920, he was the son of the late Watt             Rodney Grubbs died Saturday, Dec. 29, 2007 in Cincinnati.
  and Peachie Ferrell Gresham. He was a retired electrical              He was 66. Born in Wess, Ky. on April 24, 1941, he was a
  inspector for RECC and a member of the Moreland Christian             son of the late James Hardin and Ellen Goode Grubbs.
  Church where he had once served as a deacon. Survivors                Survivors include two daughters, Melanie and Monica; a son,
  include his wife of 60 years, Dorothy Southerland Gresham; a          James Jr.; two sisters, Ellen and Audrey; two grandchildren,
  son, R.C. "Bob" (and Debbie) Gresham; three sisters,                  Rebecca and Ryan; and companion, Sue Townsend. He was
  Christine Grant of Cincinnati, Margie Mattingly of West               preceded in death by his grandparents, Ervin and Martha
   Goode; and a brother, Dwayne. Funeral services were Jan. 3           late Claxton Andrew and Lena Allen Pennington. Survivors
   in Ohio. Hodapp Funeral Home was in charge of                        include her husband, Arlis Hamm; three sons, Glen Hamm
   arrangements.                                                        (and Shannon) of Greenwood, Ind., Gene Hamm (and Ruby)
                                                                        of Franklin, Ind., and Ronald Hamm (and Cathy) of Edinburgh,
HAGGARD, IVALENE E. HAGGARD. Ivalene E. Haggard died                    Ind.; a daughter, Charlott Wright (and Chuck) of Greenwood,
  Friday, Aug. 10, 2007. She was 82. Born in Bethelridge on             Ind.; two brothers, Vernon Pennington of Clarksville, Ind. and
  Jan. 10, 1925, she was the daughter of the late Ambrose and           W.C. Pennington of Liberty; five sisters, Brenda Goode,
  Ida Trowbridge Haggard. She was retired from R.E. Kramig              Ivadean Helm and Katharine Wethington, all of Liberty,
  Co. Survivors include two sisters, Hallie Hartzler and Darlene        Eugina Clements of Ottawa, Ill., and Opal Clements of
  Haggard; a brother, Verl (and Eloise) Haggard; and a sister-          Dunnville; 14 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and four
  in-law, Cecilia Wethington Haggard; friends, Betty Sidenstick         great-great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a
  and Shirley Schroder; 29 nieces and nephews; and numerous             brother, Joe Pennington; and a sister, Elizabeth Rose
  great nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by                Pennington. Funeral services were Jan. 6 at Eskew-Eaton
  three brothers, Amos, Loyal and Gene Haggard; and three               Funeral Home in Indiana by the Rev. Homer Whited. Burial
  sisters, Alta Godbey, Zelma Held and Marge Knotts. Services           was in Rest Haven Cemetery in Edinburgh, Ind.
  will be held today (Aug. 15) at 10 a.m. at Faith Community
  United Methodist Church, 8230 Cox Road, West Chester, OH           HANCOCK, RALPH HANCOCK SR. Ralph Hancock Sr. of
  45069. Memorials may be sent to the church. Hodapp                   Eubank died Thursday, June 28, 2007 at his home. He was
  Funeral Home of West Chester, Ohio is in charge of                   86. Born in Elmwood, Ohio on September 15, 1920, he was
  arrangements.                                                        the son of the late John and Nancy Ellen Godbey Hancock.
                                                                       He was a retired lumber inspector for McCutchion and Pyles
HAGY, DON WAYNE HAGY. Don Wayne Hagy of Dunnville died                 and was of the Pentecostal faith. He was a sergeant in the Air
  Tuesday, May 15, 2007 at his home. He was 52. He was the             Force and a World War II veteran. Survivors include his wife,
  son of Adell Boone Hagy Daniels of Dunnville and the late            Mae Reynolds Hancock of Eubank; two sons, Ralph Hancock
  Harvey Lee Hagy. In addition to his mother, survivors include        Jr. of Eubank and Troy (and Kim) Hancock of Mt. Vernon;
  two brothers, Robert Lee Hagy and Marty Daniels, both of             seven daughters, Judy Hancock of Columbia, Jewel Wolfe of
  Dunnville; two sisters Virginia (and Richard) Collins of             London, Ky., Sandy (and Farrel) Blanton of Somerset, Lena
  Dunnville and Judy Austin of Hustonville; and an aunt, Edith         Rose Dunbar of Russell Springs, Sharon (and Vester) Meece
  Roberts of Columbia. He was preceded in death by a brother,          of Eubank, Ruth (and Eddie) Stephens of Somerset and Rita
  Michael Hagy. Funeral services were May 18 at Stotts-                Hancock of Science Hill; a brother, Wallace (and Audrey)
  Phelps-McQueary Funeral Home by Bro. David Coffey and                Hancock of Somerset; two sisters, Vera Norris and Shirley
  Bro. Harold Austin. Burial was in New Hope Cemetery.                 (and Howard) Dobbs, both of Somerset; 15 grandchildren; 21
  Pallbearers were Brad Collins, Brian Collins, Lester Coyle,          great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren. He
  John Hagy, Todd Legg and Mark Willis.                                was preceded in death by a daughter, Vivian Ann Hancock; a
HALE, RUBY A. HALE. Ruby A. Hale of Snake Ridge Road died              grandchild; four brothers, Harold, Gene, Donald and Henry
  Sunday, June 17, 2007 at Casey County Hospital. She was              Hancock; and a brother-in-law, Jack Norris. Funeral services
  76. Born in Pulaski County on Dec. 4, 1930, she was the              were July 1 at the chapel of Morris & Hislope Funeral Home in
  daughter of the late Alva and Arizona McQueary Weddle.               Science Hill by Bro. Ernie Wyatt. Burial was in Valley Oak
  She was a homemaker, seamstress and a member of Poplar               Cemetery.
  Grove Baptist Church. She was the widow of Cyrus M. Hale.          HARMON, MYRTLE E. HARMON. Myrtle E. Harmon of Danville
  Survivors include five sons, Paul, Clifton, Harold and C.D.          died Friday, June 8, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional
  Hale, all of Liberty and Estil Hale of Hustonville; a daughter,      Medical Center in Danville. She was 92. Born in Casey
  Clara Rose Brown of Franklin, Ind.; two brothers, Micah              County on July 5, 1914, she was the daughter of the late G.W.
  Weddle of Liberty and Donald Weddle of Elmwood, Ohio; 10             and Lucy Allen Murphy. She was a nurse's aid, homemaker
  grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. She was                  and a member of Walnut Hill Separate Baptist Church.
  preceded in death by four brothers, Adrian Weddle, Joseph            Harmon was the widow of Lloyd Elmo Harmon. Survivors
  Weddle, James Milton Weddle and David Weddle; and a                  include two daughters, Fosteen "Doodle" Ray of Sharps
  sister, Judith Ann Weddle. Funeral services were June 19 at          Chapel, Tenn. and Carol Wilkinson of Junction City; two
  McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by the Rev. Jim Lynn. Burial             brothers, Edwin Murphy of Liberty and Sherman Murphy of
  was in Poplar Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers were her                   Louisville; a sister, Helena McDonald of Liberty; four
  grandchildren.                                                       grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and several great-
HAMM, ELIZABETH L. HAMM. Elizabeth L. Hamm of Liberty                  great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two
  died Friday, Sept. 7, 2007 at Suburban Hospital of Louisville.       grandchildren; two sisters, Matie Decker and Irene Lay; and
  She was 76. Born in Casey County on May 15, 1931, she                four brothers, Fred, Kenneth, James and Claud Murphy.
  was the daughter of the late Corbet and Eula Lee Fletcher.           Funeral services were June 11 at McKinney-Brown Funeral
  She was a homemaker and member of Pine Grove Church.                 Home by Bro. Clifford DeHart. Burial was in Murphy
  She was the widow of Kenneth Eugene Hamm. Survivors                  Cemetery. Pallbearers were Chris Hooper, Paul Wilkinson
  include a son, Ricky (and Sue) Hamm of Cincinnati, Ohio; a           Jr., Paul Wilkinson Sr., Robert Hooper, Johnny Decker and
  daughter, Crystal Hamm of Liberty; three grandchildren; three        Jeff Ramsay.
  great-grandchildren; a brother, Charlie Fletcher of Liberty; and   HARRIS, JERRY HARRIS. Jerry Harris of Eubank died Tuesday,
  two sisters, Hazel Phillips and Gail Wilson, both of Liberty.        March 13, 2007 at his home. He was 58. Born in Casey
  She was preceded in death by a brother, Earl Fletcher.               County on March 19, 1948, he was the son of Emma Belle
  Funeral services were Sept. 11 at Pine Grove Church by Bro.          McQueary Harris Brown of Liberty and the late Floyd Harris.
  Jeff Edwards. Burial was in Whited Cemetery. McKinney-               He was a self-employed truck driver and a U.S. Army veteran.
  Brown Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.                    He was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Florida. In
HAMM, LOUVINA HAMM. Louvina Hamm of Franklin, Ind. died                addition to his mother, survivors include a special friend,
  Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2007 at Franklin Meadows. She was 76.               Sylvia Hodge of Eubank; a son, Derrick Shane Harris of
  Born in Liberty on Aug. 19, 1930, she was the daughter of the        Eubank; a daughter, Shelia Ann Bowmer of Dunnville; two
   grandchildren, Tiffany Bowmer and Angel Harris; six sisters,          of Long Run Baptist Church and the Honorable Order of the
   Mazie Weddle, Maye Gillock, Tabatha Brown, Carolene                   Kentucky Colonels. Survivors include her husband, Albert
   Ebenschweiger, all of Liberty, and Catherine Spark and Ann            Hawkins; a son, Vernon (and Linda) Hawkins; two daughters,
   Bradshaw, both of Alabama; eight brothers, Junior, Sherrill,          Teresa (and Luis) Salaices and Gina (and Michael) Willis; a
   Jerrill, Cleo, Leo, Dale, Dayton and Winfred Harris, all of           sister, Eloise (and George) Drye; two brothers, Dean (and
   Liberty. Memorial services were March 17 at McKinney-                 Daisy) Carman and Kirby (and Phyllis) Carman; nine
   Brown Funeral Home by Bros. John Bennett and Wayne                    grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. She was
   Naylor.                                                               preceded in death by a son, David Ray Hawkins; a grandson,
                                                                         Avery Allen Hawkins; a brother, Phillip Carman; and a sister,
HARRIS, LEAH ELAINE HARRIS. Leah Elaine Harris of Henson                 Nellie Jean Carman. Funeral services were July 28 at
  Ridge Road in Liberty died Thursday, April 12, 2007 at Lake            Pearson-Ratterman Funeral Home in Middletown. Burial was
  Cumberland Regional Hospital in Somerset. She was 60.                  in Simpsonville Cemetery.
  Born in Casey County on March 18, 1947, she was the
  daughter of the late Howard and Evelyn Poff Mason. She was          HAYDEN, SISTER MARY HAYDEN. Sister Mary Ethelreda
  a homemaker and a member of First Baptist Church in                   Hayden, an Ursuline Sister of Mount Saint Joseph, died
  Dunnville. Survivors include her husband, Junior Harris; two          Sunday, Feb. 25, 2007 at Mount Saint Joseph in her 73rd
  daughters, Donna Lee and Lisa Davidson, both of Liberty; two          year of religious life. She was 91. A native of Fancy Farm,
  sons, Marty and Stevie Harris, both of Liberty; six                   she ministered at St. Bernard School in Clementsville in 1970-
  grandchildren; one great-grandchild; five brothers, Dave and          71. She taught in schools in the Archdiocese of Louisville, the
  John Mason, both of Edinburg, Ind., J.C. Mason of Columbus,           Diocese of Owensboro and in Missouri, Nebraska and New
  Ind., Larry Mason of Cincinnati and Glenn Mason of Liberty;           Mexico. After teaching for 36 years, she retired to the
  and three sisters, Lorene Hafley of Nicholasville, and Liz            Motherhouse in 1988. Survivors include two sisters, Frances
  Jones and Linda League, both of Liberty. She was preceded             Goode of Paducah and Mary Elizabeth Willett of Boaz; nieces
  in death by two brothers, Lewis and George Mason. Funeral             and nephews; and members of her religious community. The
  services were April 15 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by              funeral Mass was Feb. 27 at Mount Saint Joseph. Glenn
  Bro. John Bennett. Burial was in Mason Cemetery.                      Funeral Home in Owensboro was in charge of arrangements.
  Pallbearers were Lance Wethington, Chris Pittman, Brian               Memorial contributions are suggested to the Ursuline Sisters
  McQueary, Raymond Poff, Glenn Poff and Bruce Poff.                    of Mount Saint Joseph, 8001 Cummings Road, Maple Mount,
                                                                        KY 42356.
HARRIS, MARTY RAY HARRIS. Marty Ray Harris of Liberty died
  Sunday, July 29, 2007 at his home. He was 41. Born in               HECKMAN, HECKMAN, DORIS J. HECKMAN, 57. Doris Jean
  Casey County on July 31, 1965, he was the son of Junior               Heckman of Liberty died Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2007 at Casey
  Harris of Liberty and the late Leah Elaine Mason Harris. He           County Hospital She was 57. Born in Casey County on Oct.
  was a member of the First Baptist Church of Dunnville. In             24, 1950, she was the daughter of the late Marvin Ray and
  addition to his father, survivors include a companion, Tracy          Edna Marie Pemberton Hatfield. She worked at the Casey
  Grider; two sisters, Donna Lee and Lisa Davidson, both of             County Hospital and Primary Care Center and was a member
  Liberty; a brother, Stevie Harris of Liberty; three nieces; three     of Creston Baptist Church. She was also a member of the
  nephews; and a great-niece. Funeral services were Aug. 3 at           Women Missionary Union. Survivors include her husband,
  McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. John Bennett. Burial              Howard Heckman; a son, Jason (and Amanda) Heckman of
  was in Mason Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bruce Poff, Glenn             Liberty; a step-daughter, Sonja (and Anthony) Luttrell of
  Poff, Chris Pittman, Lance Wethington, Jerll Harris, Brian            Liberty; four step-granddaughters, Amanda, Brooke, Chelsea
  McQueary and Scott McQueary.                                          and Cheyenne; five sisters, Eula (and Eardean) Weddle of
                                                                        Liberty, Carol (and Bobby) Hodge, Lois Lanham, Catherine
HARRIS, VERNON LEE HARRIS. Vernon Lee Harris of                         (and Hubert) Hall and Aliene Hogue, all of Indiana; a brother,
  Lexington died Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2007. He was 85. Born              Harold (and Mary) Hatfield of Liberty; 34 nieces and nephews;
  in Casey County, he was the son of the late Virgil Lee and            and a mother-in-law, Kathleen Heckman. She was preceded
  Dollie Simpson Harris. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army in           in death by five brothers, Jack, Paul, Billy, Charles and Owen
  World War II. He was a teacher in Casey and Fayette                   Hatfield; and two sisters, Maurine and Pauline Hatfield.
  counties, retiring in 1977. He was a lifetime member of the           Funeral services were Nov. 16 at McKinney-Brown Funeral
  National Education Association and a Kentucky Colonel as              Home by Bro. Dwight Coffman. Burial was in Salem
  well as a member of First Baptist Church in Liberty. He later         Cemetery. Pallbearers were Stewart and Daron Lee, Junior
  joined Rosemont Baptist Church in Lexington. Survivors                and Ronnie Weddle, and Darren, Barron and Greg Goode.
  include his wife, Roxie Turner Harris; a son, Vernon Lee
  Harris Jr.; a brother, Ivan E. Harris of Knightstown, Ind.; two     HELM, DONALD EUGENE HELM. Donald Eugene Helm of
  sisters, Blanche Youngblood and Ruth Grigsby, both of                 Dunnville died Thursday, Aug. 2, 2007 at Thomas-Hood
  Cocoa, Fla.; three nieces, Tammy (and Wesley) Watts of                Veterans Center. He was 70. Born in Casey County on Aug.
  Knightstown, Ind., and Darla (and Darrel) Simpson and Lee             27, 1936, he was the son of the late Clyde and Emmr Edith
  Anne Grigsby, both of Cocoa, Fla; and three nephews, Brent            Richards Helm. He was a farmer, a carpenter and a U.S.
  Carmicle and Michael and Mark Grigsby of Cocoa, Fla. He               Army veteran. Survivors include two sons, Rodney Helm of
  was preceded in death by a niece, Teresa Harris; and an               Windsor and Darren Helm of Dunnville; two daughters, Cherl
  aunt, Maggie Dick. Funeral services were Oct. 27 at Kerr              Hayes of Dunnville and Cindy Vance of Zanesville, Ohio;
  Brothers Funeral Home by the Rev. Richard Wilkins. Burial             seven grandchildren; four brothers, Ronald, Gerald, Buel and
  was in Blue Grass Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were Bob              Roger Helm, all of Liberty; and six sisters, Geneva Bell of
  West, Ralph Dailey, Jimmy Webb, Kenny Cole, Matt Adams                Liberty, Ann Allen of Covington, Dolly Caudill of Cincinnati,
  and Wesley Watts. Honorary pallbearers were the members               Ohio, Juanita Vanoy of Columbia, Margretha Jones of
  of the Shields Sunday School Class.                                   Independence and Trellis Carmicle of Dunnville. He was
                                                                        preceded in death by a brother, Verl Helm; and a sister,
HAWKINS, ELLEN MAXINE HAWKINS. Ellen Maxine Hawkins of                  Phyllis Burke. Funeral services were Aug. 5 at McKinney-
  Middletown died Wednesday, July 25, 2007. She was 71.                 Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Kenny Blevins. Burial was in
  Born in Casey County on Sept. 3, 1935, she was the daughter
  of the late Avery and Nellie Mae Carman. She was a member
   Green River Valley Cemetery. Pallbearers were Darren,             HOLT, ERICA D. HOLT, January 2, 2008. Erica Danielle Stacy
   Rodney, Cody and Gerald Helm, Tyler Hayes and Larry Bell.           Holt of Liberty died Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2007 at her home.
                                                                       She was 22. Born on July 29, 1985, she was the daughter of
HENDRICKS, MARVIN L. HENDRICKS. Marvin L. Hendricks                    Danny and Sandra Stacy of Liberty. Survivors include her
  died Saturday, Oct. 6, 2007 in St. Bernard, Ohio. He was 82.         husband, Chris Holt; two sons, Danny B. Stacy and
  Born on Nov. 11, 1922, he was the son of the late Marvin and         Christopher Holt Jr., both of Liberty; three sisters, Robin
  Della Hendricks. He was retired from Proctor and Gamble              Stacy, Vinnie Allen and Bobbie Stacy, all of Liberty; two
  and was a member of Carthage Baptist Church. Survivors               brothers, Cecil Stacy and James Stacy, both of Liberty; her
  include his wife, Goldie Williams Hendricks; a son, Jerry (and       maternal grandparents, Robert and Alice Murphy of Liberty;
  Lisa) Bastin of Texas; a daughter, Doris (and Velmer)                and paternal grandparents, Cecil and Vinnie Stacy, both of
  Falconbury of Ohio; 10 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren;        Warfield. She was preceded in death by her maternal
  and a sister, Judy Bean. He was preceded in death by two             grandfather, David Osborne. Memorial services were Dec. 29
  sisters, Maxine Weigel and Eva Jesse Mildred Dickerson; and          at Bradley Pleasures Baptist Church. Bernard Funeral Home
  two brothers, Billy and Ralph Hendricks. Funeral services            in Russell Springs was in charge of arrangements.
  were Oct. 11 at Hodapp Funeral Home in Ohio.
                                                                     HOPPER, HESTER ASHLEY HOPPER. Hester Ashley Hopper
HILL, HALLEY BELL HILL. Halley Bell Hill of Maxey Valley died          died Monday, June 11, 2007 in Cincinnati, Ohio. She was 91.
   Wednesday, July 4, 2007 at Charleston Health Care Center in         She was born in Casey County and the widow of Rufus
   Danville. She was 87. Born in Casey County Sept. 12, 1919,          Hopper. Survivors include two daughters, Marie Meredith and
   she was the daughter of the late Charlie and Mandy                  Joyce Biddle; two grandchildren, Debra Brinkman and Glen
   Whitworth Watts. She was a member of the Maxey Valley               Allen; two great-grandchildren, Larry Rodgers and Christopher
   Church of God and the Maxey Valley Missionary Ladies. She           Rock; and five great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services
   was the widow of Ernest Hill. Survivors include two brothers,       were at Hodapp Funeral Home in Carthage, Ohio. Burial was
   Herbert and Charles Watts, both of Hustonville; and three           in Arlington Memorial Cemetery. Pallbearers were Larry
   sisters, Nellie Wilson of Parksville, Hazel Maddox of Stanford      Brinkman, Larry Rodgers, Christopher Rack, Kyle Woodrum,
   and Rose Southerland of Hustonville. Pallbearers were her           Mathew Rodgers and Katelynn Rodgers.
   nephews. Funeral services were July 7 at W. L. Pruitt Funeral
   Home by Bro. Norris McCawley. Burial was in Hustonville           HOSKINS, GREGORY ALLEN HOSKINS. Gregory Allen Hoskins
   Cemetery.                                                           of Dunnville died Thursday, Sept. 6, 2007 at Casey County
                                                                       Hospital. He was 44. Born in Woodford County on May 16,
HINES, LEWIS R. HINES, 59. Lewis Ray Hines of Salvisa died             1963, he was the son of Vivian Rogers Hoskins of Liberty and
   Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2007 at the Ephraim McDowell Regional            the late Allen Lewis Hoskins. He was retired from the Corps
   Medical Center in Danville. He was 59. Born in Argyle on            of Engineers and was a member of Hwy. 49 Pentecostal
   Aug. 26, 1948, he was the son of Rella Smith Hines of Casey         Church. In addition to his mother, survivors include his wife,
   County and the late Ray Hines. He was an employee of                Sherri Wilkinson Hoskins; four sons, Joshua (and Mary)
   Trane Co. in Lexington, a U.S. Army Vietnam veteran and a           Hoskins, Tanner Wilkinson, Alex Wilkinson and Jordan
   member of the ARRL Amateur Radio Association, where he              Wilkinson, all of Dunnville; a grandchild, Alexia Kylie Hoskins;
   was an Ace Ham Radio Operator. He also was a member of              three brothers, Gary Hoskins of Liberty; John Hoskins of
   the Golden Pathway Fellowship Church in Anderson County.            Indiana and Phillip Hoskins of Junction City; and three sisters,
   In addition to his mother, survivors include his wife, Lytha        Kathy Kelley of Bronston, and Lannis June King and Cathy
   Lowe Hines; a daughter, Lisa Hines. Lanham of Harrodsburg;          Streeval, both of Liberty. Funeral services were Sept. 9 at
   a son, Troy Richardson of Casey County; a grandson,                 McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Phillip Smallwood
   Christian Lanham of Harrodsburg; a brother, Tim Hines of            and Bro. Robert Atwood. Burial was in the Hoskins Family
   Argyle; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins. He was            Cemetery. Pallbearers were Chris Atwood, Josh Hoskins,
   preceded in death by a brother, Larry Hines. Funeral services       Gary Hoskins, Joe Gillock, Lance Wethington, Mike Luttrell,
   were Dec. 8 at the Alexander & Royalty Funeral Home by              Adam Atwood and Jonathan Atwood.
   Pastors Joe and Margaret Gay. Burial with military honors
   was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Robby Hatter,       HOUNCHELL, WAYNE T. HOUNCHELL. Wayne Taylor
   Jacky Hatter, Casey Hatter, Scotty Vest, Duane Herren, Justin       Hounchell of Hustonville died Saturday, Dec. 8, 2007. He was
   Randolph, Jim Rogers, Tracy Reams, Josh Summers, Dustin             69. Born in Lincoln County on April 10, 1938, he was the son
   Summers and Jim Carroll.                                            of Louise Sims Hounchell of Hustonville and the late M.H.
                                                                       Hounchell. He was a barber and a veteran of the United
HOLDTZLAW, RONALD LEE HOLTZCLAW. Ronald Lee                            States Air Force. Survivors include a son, Randy York of
  Holtzclaw of Dunnville died Thursday, Feb. 8, 2007 at Russell        Paducah; two sisters, Sondra Hogue of Collinsville, Ill. and
  County Hospital. He was 69. Born in Casey County on Feb.             Leanette Hounchell of Hustonville; and a grandchild. Funeral
  19, 1937, he was the son of the late Arthur Sylvanus and             services were Dec. 11 at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by Bro.
  Flossie Irene Rodgers Holtzclaw. He was a retired employee           Marvin Hatton. Burial was in Camp Nelson National
  of Watson Saw Mill and a member of Liberty First Church of           Cemetery. Pallbearers were Henry, Charlie and Bronson
  God. Survivors include his wife, Janice Ellis Holtzclaw; two         Richards, Ethan Crum, Lowell Jeffries and Isaac Moore.
  daughters, Elaine Mouser of Glasgow and Pamela Davis of              Honorary pallbearers were Keith Austin, Benny Selby and
  Somerset; a son, Jeff Holtzclaw of Nixa, Mo.; three                  Ronald Wilcher.
  grandchildren, two great-grandchildren; a brother, Sherrill
  Holtzclaw of Liberty; and three sisters, Dixie McIntoch and        HOWARD, RONALD DAVID HOWARD JR. Ronald David
  Patty Bowlin, both of Liberty, and Arlie Sullivan of Florida. He     Howard Jr. of Liberty died Saturday, May 5, 2007 at his home.
  was preceded in death by two brothers, Cecil and David               He was 48. Born in Cincinnati on Jan. 15, 1959, he was the
  Holtzclaw; and two sisters, Oneda Ware and Eva Hammond.              son of Ronald D. Howard Sr. of Bellflower, Calif., and Dorothy
  Funeral services were Feb. 11 at McKinney-Brown Funeral              Keith and Ron Marine of Liberty. He was a computer
  Home by Bros. Dennie Russell and Marshall Malone. Burial             programmer and a member of First Baptist Church in
  was in Antioch Cemetery. Pallbearers were Phillip Davis,             Yosemite. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army. In addition to
  Josh Dalton, Gary Bell, Keith Mouser, Bobby Woodrum and              his parents, survivors include two sons, Ronald David Howard
  W.C. Pennington.                                                     III and Jared Michael Howard, both of Liberty; four daughters,
   Ashely Kay Pendleton of Knifley, Amanda Danielle Hines of                survivors include his step-mother, Margaret Purdom Johnson
   Horse Cave, Amber Howard of Bradenton, Fla. and Chelsea                  of Liberty; a sister, Twilla Diane Mercer of Bellaire, Mich.; a
   Alexandrie Hoover of George-town; a granddaughter, Abbi-                 half-brother, Greg Davidson of Liberty; two uncles, Doug (and
   gale Louise Hines; two sisters, Cheri Kay Wilson of Yosemite             Patty) Johnson of Liberty and Jimmy Roberts of Spencer, Ind.;
   and Connie Dick of Bethel-ridge; and a brother, Steven Clark             and four aunts, Saundra Sears of Middleburg, Lavon Murphy
   Howard of San Antonio, Texas. Funeral services are today                 of Liberty, Evona Fair of Indianapolis and Dorothy Smith of
   (May 9) at 2 p.m. at First Baptist Church of Yosemite by the             Elizabethtown. He was preceded in death by a half-brother,
   Rev. Joe Warren. Burial will be in First Baptist Church of               Zachary Vinson Johnson. Funeral services were April 19 at
   Yosemite Cemetery. Visitation is today after 11 a.m. at the              Bartle Funeral Home Middleburg by the Rev. Leslie Bentley.
   church. Pallbearers are Jerry and Jonathan Dick, Jerry, Brian            Burial was in Poplar Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers were Mike
   and Keith Wilson and Daniel Pendleton. Honorary pallbearers              and Johnny Johnson, Ray Sears, Todd Mercer, Steve
   are Jared Howard, Ronald Howard III and Jason Wilson.                    Bernard and Rodney Wesley. Memorial contributions are
   Memorial contributions are suggested to help cover funeral               suggested to Poplar Grove Cemetery Fund, c/o Jewell Lynn,
   expenses. Bartle Funeral Home Liberty is in charge of                    1600 Chelf Ridge Road, Hustonville, KY 40437; or Green
   arrangements.                                                            River Christian Church Building Fund, P.O. Box 15, Yosemite,
                                                                            KY 42566.
JAMES, HOWARD JAMES. Howard James of Brooksville, Fla.
   died on Friday, May 25, 2007 at Hospice Care Center in                JOHNSON, GARY LEE JOHNSON. Gary Lee Johnson of
   Brooksville. He was 72. He was born in Lancaster. He was of             Columbia died Monday, Jan. 22, 2007 at Westlake Regional
   the Christian faith and served in the U.S. Navy and the Air             Hospital. He was 52. Born in Liberty on Nov. 1, 1954, he was
   Force. Survivors include three sons, Brett (and Martha)                 the son of the late Clyde L. Johnson and Hazel Patterson
   James of Liberty, Howard S. James Jr. and Ken B. (and Sally)            Johnson of Columbia. He was a former forklift operator with
   James, both of Daytona Beach, Fla.; a daughter, Dr. Tina                Wurth Service Supply. In addition to his mother, survivors
   James (and Gary Bryan) of Louisville; three step-daughters,             include a sister, Margaret Huff of Columbia. He was preceded
   Rebecca D. Henderson of Asheville, N.C., Cindy of Spring                in death by two brothers, Larry and William Johnson; and a
   Hill, and Joy of Brooksville; a brother, Richard James of               sister, Edith Catron. Funeral services were Jan. 27 at Bartle
   Harrodsburg; 11 grandchildren and a great-grandchild. He                Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. G.W. Smith. Burial was in
   was preceded in death by his second wife, Dana G. James;                McKinney Cemetery. Pallbearers were Lonnie, Alvin, Gary
   and a son, Bart James. Brewer and Sons Funeral Homes and                Dale and Nathan Luster; Stacy Huff and Donnie Johnson.
   Cremation Services in Brooksville was in charge of
   arrangements.                                                         JOHNSON, LARRY JOHNSON. Larry Johnson of New Salem
                                                                           died Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional
JEFFRIES, MARTHA ELIZABETH JEFFRIES. Martha Elizabeth                      Medical Center. He was 51. Born in Stanford on March 5,
   Ellis Jeffries of Hustonville died Saturday, Oct. 27, 2007. She         1955, he was the son of the late Harold and Mable Snow
   was 94. Born in Casey County on June 13, 1913, she was                  Johnson. He was a heavy equipment operator, a member of
   the daughter of the late Oscar Burl and Mary Elizabeth                  the local 369-International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers,
   Stockley Ellis. She was the widow of Howard Jeffries.                   and a member of Indian Creek Baptist Church. Survivors
   Survivors include four sons, William "Bud" (and Lois) Jeffries          include his wife, Harlene Johnson; three sons Maynard
   of Danville, Lowell T. Jeffries of Centralia, Ill., Pete (and Judy)     Hoskins (and Anna), Kerry Hoskins (and Sarah) and Bernie
   Jeffries of Lancaster and Donald L. (and Annette) Jeffries of           Hoskins (and Tammy), all of Geneva; a daughter, Sharlot
   Cape Girardeau, Mo.; a daughter, Henrietta (and Joe) Burch              Brown (and Randy) of Green River; five brothers, Charles
   of Montague, Calif.; 19 grandchildren; 32 great grandchildren;          Johnson of Campbellsville, L.C. Johnson of Middleburg,
   and seven great-great grandchildren. She was preceded in                Roger Lopez of Danville, Roger Johnson of Niceville, Fla. and
   death by two daughters, Geneva Pinson and Jessie Edwards;               Vernon Johnson of Junction City; 12 grandchildren; and five
   and a grandchild. Funeral services are today (Wednesday) at             great-grandchildren. Funeral services were Jan. 25 at Green
   11 a.m. at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home. Burial is in Hustonville           River Pentecostal Church by the Revs. Tim Brown and Matt
   Cemetery. Pallbearers are her grandsons. Honorary                       Jones. Burial was in the New Salem Baptist Church
   pallbearers are her granddaughters.                                     Cemetery. Pallbearers were Doug Curlin, David Fry, Jimmy
                                                                           Ernest, Jimmy Taylor, Danny Coffman, Roger Adams, Ronald
JEFFRIES, WILLIAM 'FRED' JEFFRIES, 86. William "Fred"                      Napier and Mike Benedict. Honorary pallbearers were Nathan
   Jeffries of Erlanger died Thursday, Oct. 4, 2007 at St.                 Hoskins, Kerry Wayne Foley, Daniel Brown, Joseph Brown,
   Elizabeth Hospice. He was 86. Born in Hustonville on March              Justin Hoskins and Jason Hoskins. Memorial contributions
   15, 1921, he was the son of the late Calvin T. and Wavie True           are suggested to Shriners Hospitals for Children, 1900
   Jeffries. He was a retired conductor for Norfolk Southern               Richmond Road, Lexington, KY 40502. Spurlin Funeral Home
   Railroad, a member of Florence Christian Church and Rocky               in Stanford was in charge of arrangements.
   Ford Masonic Lodge #765 F&AM, and a U.S. Navy veteran of
   World War II. Survivors include his wife, Helen Cochran               JONES, DONALD LEE JONES. Donald Lee Jones of Hamilton,
   Jeffries; a son, William Carl Jeffries of Edgewood; a brother,          Ohio died Tuesday, July 24, 2007 at his home. He was 55.
   Charles Jeffries of Battle Creek, Mich.; and two grandchildren.         Born in Cincinnati, Ohio on Feb. 25, 1952 he was the son of
   He was preceded in death by a daughter, Freda Jeffries; and             Nina Lawhorn (and Herb) Frye and the late Donald Jones. In
   four brothers, Herlin, Huston, Othel and Joseph "Bill" Jeffries.        addition to his mother, survivors include a daughter, Stacey
   Funeral services were Oct. 7 at Bartle Funeral Home Chapel.             (and Ricky) Smith; two sons, D.J. Jones and Christopher
   Burial was in Hustonville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Danny,             Shugart; three grandchildren, Caitlynn Smith, and Buddy and
   Paul, Marvin and Harold Jeffries and Paul and Edward Reed.              Jacob Smith; four brothers, Charles (and Barb), Ricky, Jimmy
                                                                           and Donny Jones; and a sister, Vickie Jones. Funeral
JOHNSON, DAVID LEE JOHNSON. David Lee Johnson of                           services were July 27 at Green River Valley Separate Baptist
  Liberty died Sunday, April 15, 2007 in Morris, Ill. He was 38.           Church. Burial was in Green River Valley Cemetery. Webb
  Born in Liberty on Oct. 10, 1968, he was the son of David H.             Noonan Funeral Home in Hamilton was in charge of
  Johnson of Liberty and the late Linda Jean Roberts Johnson.              arrangements.
  He was employed in sales and trucking and a member of
  Green River Christian Church. In addition to his father,
JUSTICE, KERMIT B. JUSTICE. Kermit B. Justice of                          services were May 14 at Bartle Funeral Home Chapel by the
   Waynesburg died Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2007 at Ephraim                      Rev. Jimmy Brown and Monty Lynn. Burial was in Glenwood
   McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. He was 69.               Cemetery. Pallbearers were Chris, Michael and Neal King,
   Born in Casey County on April 4, 1938, he was the son of the           Jeff Wethington, Ronnie Joe Wesley, Greg Rodgers, Steven
   late Loushel and Lizzie Baxter Justice. He was a stone driller         Garrett, Richie Francioni and Jayson Grider. Honorary
   at Caldwell Stone Co. and was a member of the Perryville               pallbearers were all employees of Liberty City Hall and Larry
   Church of God. Survivors include his wife, Clara Wilson                Bowmer. Memorial contributions are suggested to the Casey
   Justice; three sons, Russell B. (and Diane) Justice of Junction        County Rescue Squad and Gideons International for Bibles.
   City, Dallas M. (and Betty) Justice of Williamsburg and Terry
   S. (and Becki) Justice of Perryville; a daughter, Kimberly          KING, VERNON W. KING. Vernon W. King of Liberty died
   "Peanut" Miracle of Liberty; a brother, Shelby Justice of              Friday, Aug. 10, 2007 at Eastern Kentucky Veteran Center.
   Waynesburg; three sisters, Lela McDonald of Harrodsburg,               He was 92. Born in Liberty on Feb. 22, 1915, he was the son
   Betty Black of Ohio and Imogene Chumbley of Indiana; six               of the late William Bradley and Myrtle Ann Goode King. He
   grandchildren, Kisha, Brittany, Brandy, Jessecca, Lattisha and         was a farmer, grocer and member of Grace Baptist Church.
   Jenny Lynn Justice; five step-grandchildren; six great-                He was a U.S. Army World War II veteran and the widower of
   grandchildren; two step-great-grandchildren; and four great-           Elsie Cochran King. Survivors include three sons, William
   great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by five                  Darrell (and Leona) King, Morris Dale King and Allan
   brothers and a sister. Funeral services were Aug. 23 at                Dewayne (and Beverly) King, all of Liberty; a daughter, Wilma
   Spurlin Funeral Home in Stanford by the Revs. Edward                   Doreen (and Dwight) Wilcher of Liberty; two sisters, Virginia
   ÒBuddyÓ Turpin and Don Burton. Burial was in Buffalo                   McFarland of Hustonville, and Betty Burris of Covington; a
   Springs Cemetery. Pallbearers were Eulless Justice, Dennis             brother, Jesse King of Franklin, Tenn.; seven grandchildren;
   Justice, Paul Ray Justice, Tony Miracle and Christopher                and nine great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by
   McIntyre.                                                              two grandchildren; and two sisters, Nellie Tungate and Irene
                                                                          King. Funeral services were Aug. 13 at Bartle Funeral Home
KEITH, BARBARA M. KEITH, 36. Barbara Marie Keith of St.                   Chapel by the Revs. Dwight Coffman and Bud Stidham. Burial
   Francis, Wisc. died Sunday, Sept. 30, 2007 at her home. She            was in Poplar Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bruce
   was 36. Born in Indianapolis, Ind. on Nov. 28, 1970, she was           Scott, Jared and Nathan King, Ashley Brackett, Thomas
   the daughter of the late John Keith Lane Jr. and Nellie                Cravens and Shelby Clements. Honorary pallbearers were
   Calyborn Lane. Survivors include a daughter, Tamara Keith              Melissa Cravens, Carole Clements, Darra Hatter, Allison
   of St. Francis, Wisc.; a son, Jordan Keith of Indianapolis, Ind.;      Brackett and Cyndi Scott.
   a grandchild; seven brothers, Joseph Lane of Indianapolis,
   Ind., John K. Lane III of Campbellsville, and David, Paul,          LANHAM, RALPH T. LANHAM, 79. Ralph Thomas Lanham of
   Timothy, Thomas and Matthew Lane, all of Liberty; and three            Trafalgar, Ind. died Friday, Oct. 12, 2007 at his home. He was
   sisters, Linda Stoddard of Depew, Okla., Erma Brown of                 79. Born in Liberty on April 28, 1928, he was the son of the
   Campbellsville and Judy Lane of Liberty. She was preceded              late James Coleman and Emma Neal Lanham. He was
   in death by a daughter, Rebecca Propes. Funeral services               retired from Arvin, where he worked as a fork lift driver. He
   were Oct. 5 at Bartle Funeral Home Chapel by Bro. Marvin               also belonged to the Arvin bowling league and was a member
   Lane. Burial was in Poplar Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers were            of the CB Club. Survivors include his wife, Lois Hatfield
   Timothy and Thomas Lane, Roy Stoddard, Joe Lane II,                    Lanham; seven sons, David Harris Lanham of Kentucky,
   Jordan Keith and Darrell Brown.                                        Ralph Lanham Jr. of Columbus, Ind., Bill, Jerry and Luke
                                                                          Lanham, all of Trafalgar, Ind., Mike Lanham of Roswell, N.M.,
KING, BETTY JEAN KING. Betty Jean King of Danville died                   and Pete Lanham of Franklin, Ind.; five daughters, Joyce (and
   Wednesday, July 11, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional                  Dennis) Hunter and Norma Richardson, both of Indianapolis,
   Medical Center. She was 70. Born in Sunshine, Ky. on March             Ind., Judy (and David) Asher and Patty (and Steven) Roddie,
   2, 1937, she was the daughter of the late Albert Lee and Elsie         both of Franklin, Ind., and Becky Johnson of Trafalgar, Ind.; a
   Turpin Pedigo. She was a former cook. Survivors include her            brother, Dennis Lanham of Lexington; four sisters, Ruth
   husband, Noble Fonzie King; a son, Wayne Noble King of                 Galvin and Barbara Lane, both of Lexington, and Charlotte
   Indianapolis; two daughters, Debbie Jean Lawson of                     Phillips and Alice Sallee, both of Liberty; 30 grandchildren;
   Indianapolis and Chasitidy Marie Staggs of Lexington; four             and 22 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were Oct. 16 at
   sisters, Flora Warner, Polly Madden, Grace DeRossett and               Wilson Street Pierre Vandiver-Tudor Chapel in Franklin, Ind.
   Shirley Taylor, all of Lexington; a brother, Glen Pedigo of            Burial was in Greenlawn Cemetery.
   Indianapolis; and two grandchildren. She was preceded in
   death by two brothers, Eldridge and Charles Pedigo; and a           LAWHORN, MINNIE LAWHORN. Minnie Lawhorn of Clinton, Ind.
   sister, Ann Wilson. Funeral services were July 14 at Bartle           died Feb. 6, 2007 at Heritage House of Clinton. She was 88.
   Funeral Home Chapel by Bro. James Humphrey. Burial was in             Born in Liberty on Sept. 23, 1918, she was the daughter of the
   Tapscott Cemetery. Pallbearers were Brian Staggs, Harold              late Lafe Sharp and Ella Games Sharp. She was a
   Voils, Johnny, Troy and Ricky King, and Ken Hopkins.                  homemaker and the widow of Clarence L. Lawhorn. Survivors
   Honorary pallbearers were Wayne King, Debbie Lawson and               include a daughter, Helen Sims of Indiana; four sons, James
   Jim Stole.                                                            Lawhorn, Charles Lawhorn, L.C. Lawhorn and Rod Lawhorn,
                                                                         all of Indiana; two sisters, Flossie Haggard and Etwell Floyd,
KING, LYLE C. KING. Lyle Carr King of Liberty died Friday, May           both of Liberty; and several grandchildren and great-
   11, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in               grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a daughter,
   Danville. He was 55. Born in Danville on March 12, 1952, he           Jane Dowdy; a grandson, Mark Lawhorn; two sisters, Nettie
   was the son of the late Mack G. and Christine Carr King. He           Fair and Mabel Emerson; and a brother, Lewis Sharp.
   was an employee of the City of Liberty, a member of Poplar            Funeral services were Feb. 8 at Walnut Grove Chapel by
   Grove Baptist Church, Masonic Lodge, Casey County Rescue              Pastor Jack Barnard. Burial was in Walnut Grove Cemetery.
   Squad and Liberty Fire Department. Survivors include his              Karanovich-Giovanini Funeral Home was in charge of
   wife, Rosanne Smith King; two sons, Ryman King and Robby              arrangements.
   Price, both of Liberty; a daughter, Rachel Price of Liberty; and
   two brothers, Gary and Kevin King, both of Liberty. Funeral         LAY, MAXINE E. LAY. Maxine E. Lay of Indianapolis, Ind. died
                                                                          Saturday, May 12, 2007. She was 89. Born in Casey County
   on Jan. 24, 1918, she was the daughter of the late Lacy and         Barbara Thomas of Indianapolis, Ind. and Etta Barlow of
   Etta Murphy Chelf. She was retired from Western Electric Co.        Louisville; 11 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; a great-
   in Indianapolis after 30 years and was a member of Calvary          great-grandchild; a brother, Lewis Whited of Liberty; a sister,
   Temple Church. She was the widow of Woodrow Vaughn,                 Lela Miller of Liberty; and a special niece, Peggy Bell. She
   Robert Stephens and Raymond Lay. Survivors include four             was preceded in death by three sons, Thurston, William
   daughters, Charlene Butler-Drake, Sandra Jo Case, Sharon            Richard, and Donnie Lee; nine brothers, Alex, Charlie, Blane,
   Golden and Susan Holsapple-Blankenbaker, all of Indiana; a          Thel-bert, Gene, Sherman, Ausie, John and Hubert Whited;
   son, Doug Vaughn of Texas; six step-daughters, Donna                four sisters, Donzie Whited Fletcher, Lillie Whited Allen Bailey,
   Hubbard of Indiana and Betty Warner, Shelia Hogue, Linda            Lora Whited Woodrum and Janie Whited Buck. Funeral
   Helm and Lisa True, all of Kentucky, and Emma Sutherlin of          services were Nov. 25 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by
   Missouri; five step-sons, John Lay, Glendon Lay and Terry           Bro. Edward Parton. Burial was in Caney Fork Cemetery.
   Lay, all of Kentucky, Marshall Lay of Florida, and Preston Lay      Pallbearers were Danny Bryant, Steve Lee, Tim Wethington,
   of Tennessee; 15 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; two         Jasper Weth-ington, Donovan Barlow and Chris Bryant.
   great-great-grandchildren; a sister, Juliette Caldwell of           Honorary pallbearers were Donna Wesley, Hope Barlow,
   Indiana; and many step-grandchildren and step-great-                Heather Alexander, Shannon Sharp, Karen Grider, Justin
   grandchildren. She was preceded in death by three sisters,          Bryant and Barron Allen.
   Emogene McCraken, Sylvia Berresford and Carries Nell
   Arcker; and a brother, Hubert Chelf. Funeral services are        LEIGH, RUTH IRENE LEIGH. Ruth Irene Leigh of Liberty died
   today (May 16) at 11 a.m. at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home            Saturday, April 7, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional
   by Bro. Mike Durham. Burial is in Whited Cemetery.                  Medical Center. She was 85. Born in Casey County on June
   Pallbearers are Jeff Harding, John Butler, Danny Case, Hap          10, 1921, she was the daughter of the late Virgil McDowell
   Warner, Jim Vaughn and Shon Holsapple. Memorial                     and Cora Mae Riggins Reid. She was the former owner and
   contributions are suggested to the American Cancer Society.         operator of RuLou Hairstyles, working for 65 years, and a
                                                                       member of Middleburg United Methodist Church. She was
LAZAROU, ELIZABETH LAZAROU. Elizabeth Price Drane                      the widow of Hiram Leigh. Survivors include two sons, Roger
   Lazarou of Louisville died Sunday, April 22, 2007 at her home.      (and Ruby) Leigh and Vance (and Alma) Leigh, both of
   She was 77. Born in Casey County on Feb. 28, 1930, she              Liberty; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; a sister,
   was a homemaker and member of the Valley Station Baptist            Alma Lou Sanders of Liberty; and a caregiver, Nancy Taylor
   Church. Survivors include her husband, Nick Lazarou; a              of Liberty. She was preceded in death by a son, Lance Kirk
   daughter, Diana (and Paul) Wheatley; two sons, Ronnie (and          Leigh; and two brothers, Earl and Omer Reid. Funeral
   Rosie) Pennington and Mickey (and Patty) Pennington; four           services were April 9 at Middleburg United Methodist Church
   brothers, Russell Price, Harold Price, Jackie Price and Roger       by the Rev. Bill Hill. Burial was in Glenwood Cemetery.
   Price; a stepdaughter, Lennett Webb; a stepson, Joseph              Pallbearers were Lance, Kirk, Taylor, Zack and Bruce Leigh,
   Martin; eight granchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. She          Lynn Baldock, Joe Reid and Bill Lester. Honorary pallbearers
   was preceded in death by her former husband, William Drane;         were Mike Sloan and Adrian and Arlen Sanders. Bartle
   and a daughter, Sandra Gail Drane. Funeral services were            Funeral Home Liberty was in charge of arrangements.
   April 25 at Evergreen Funeral Home in Louisville. Burial was
   in Evergreen Mausoleum.                                          LELLO, AUBREY MARIE LELLO. Aubrey Marie Lello of Liberty
                                                                       died Monday, June 18, 2007 at St. Joseph East in Lexington.
LEE, BEACHEL T. LEE, 90. Beachel T. Lee of Liberty died                She was 3 days old. Born in Lexington on June 15, 2007, she
   Monday, Oct. 1, 2007 at Liberty Care Center. She was 90.            was the daughter of John C. Lello and Pamela Simpson Lello,
   Born in Casey County on Feb. 2, 1917, she was the daughter          both of Liberty. In addition to her parents, survivors include
   of the late Robert and Jammima Bottoms Hardwick. She was            two sisters, Abigail and Alissa Lello, both of Liberty; paternal
   a homemaker and member of New Testament Baptist Church.             grandparents, Graham and Judy Lello of Lititz, Penn.; and
   She was the widow of Perry Lee. Survivors include three             maternal grandparents, Clint and Jean Simpson of
   daughters, Margaret Powell of Richmond, Carol Bolt of Liberty       Martinsburg, W.V. Funeral services were June 21 at Grove
   and Matha Jane Lee of Nancy; two sons, Allen Lee of Liberty         Seventh Day Adventist Church by Sam Soler. Burial was in
   and Dillard Lee of Milledgeville, Ga.; two sisters, Lonnie          Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Bartle Funeral Home Liberty was in
   Rodgers of Liberty and Bonnie Giles of Campbellsville; 25           charge of arrangements.
   grandchildren; 36 great-grandchildren; two great-great-
   grandchildren; and a special friend, Nancy Bartle of Liberty.    LONG, WILLIE "WOODY" WOODSON LONG. Willie "Woody"
   She was preceded in death by three sons, Robert, Melvin and        Woodson Long of Hopkinsville, formerly of Liberty, died
   David Lee; a daughter, Betty Lee; two sisters, Annie and           Sunday, May 27, 2007 at Jennie Stuart Medical Center. He
   Mattie Lee; and a brother, Ernest "Jack" Hardwick. Funeral         was 81. Born in Liberty on Sept. 14, 1925, he was the son of
   services were Oct. 3 at the Bartle Funeral Home Chapel by          the late Willie T. Long and Bertha Cora Downs Payton. He
   the Rev. Chad Owen and Bro. Donald Marcum. Burial will be          was a former sawmill employee and a member of Brush
   in Salem Cemetery. Pallbearers are Kenneth, Luther, Larry,         Creek Pentecostal Church. Survivors include his wife, Mable
   Russell and Clevie Rodgers and Willis Lee. Honorary                Rich Long of Columbia; seven daughters, Barbara Woodrum
   pallbearers are Robbie, Mike, Scott, Buddy and Darrell Lee,        and Violet Bridgers, both of Chicago, Ill., Bonnie Lynn of
   and Steve and Chris McDonald.                                      Hustonville, Marlene and Renee Long, both of Columbia,
                                                                      Diann Ponder of Liberty and Lisa Keeling of Clarksville, Tenn.;
LEE, FLORA MAE LEE. Flora Mae Lee of Caney Fork Road,                 two sons, Merl Long of Liberty and Eddie Long of Columbia; a
   Liberty, died Thursday, Nov. 22, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell          sister, Velvia Wagner of Liberty; two brothers, Eugene Payton
   Medical Center in Danville. She was 88. Born in Casey              of Liberty and Junior Payton of Indianapolis, Ind.; 20
   County on Jan. 11, 1919, she was the daughter of the late          grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren. He was preceded
   William T. and Lue Allen Whited. She was a homemaker and           in death by two daughters, Roseann Wilson and Carolyn
   member of the Bethlehem United Methodist Church. She was           Williamson; a son, Marvin Long; three brothers, Riley Long,
   the widow of Marion Aaron Lee. Survivors include a son, Dale       and Vernon and Ray Payton; five sisters, Elva Floyd, Gracie
   Lee of Liberty; six daughters, Lucille Bryant, Gloradean           Lynn, Ethel Payton, Pina Adams and Mary Lynn. Funeral
   Wethington, Imogene Allen and Janet Allen, all of Liberty,         services were May 30 at Bartle Funeral Home Chapel by Bro.
   Bearl King. Burial was in Peyton Cemetery. Pallbearers were            Luttrell, both of Russell County, and Holly Luttrell of Thomas
   David Payton, David Payton Jr., Billy McFarland, David and             Ridge; seven great-grandchildren; two brothers, Ronald
   David T. Ponder and Jeremy Lynn.                                       Luttrell of California and Argil Luttrell of Windsor; three sisters,
                                                                          Mae Emerson of Somerset, and Edna Potts and Zimmer
LUTTRELL, AMY A. LUTTRELL, 95. Amy Adams Luttrell of Ohio                 Walden, both of Illinois; 38 nieces and nephews and many
   died Saturday, Nov. 17, 2007. She was 95. She was born on              great-nieces, nephews and cousins. He was preceded in
   Nov. 16, 1912 in Casey County. She was a member of                     death by seven brothers, Beecher, R.C., Roscoe, Elmer,
   Highland Ave. Baptist Church and OES Chapter #51 in Casey              Avert, Floyd and Wilbur Luttrell; and five sisters, Bertha
   County. She was a retired teacher and the widow of Willie E.           Childress, Ruby Dunn, Clara Turner, Sadie Flint and Ersie
   ÒRedÓ Luttrell. Survivors include a daughter, Molly Sims;              Cooper. Funeral services were Dec. 28 at McKinney-Brown
   three grandchildren, Paula Sims, James Rafferty and Derrik             Funeral Home by Bro. James D. McDonald. Burial was in
   Amend; three great-grandchildren, Amy Morgan, Austin                   Spring Hollow Cemetery with military honors. Pallbearers
   Howard and Tre Holmes; three great-great-grandchildren,                were Joseph, Keith and Bruce Luttrell, Arnold Thomas, Danny
   Bryon Jr., Hayley and Christopher Morgan; and several nieces           Turner and Mike Marra.
   and nephews. She was preceded in death by a daughter,
   Margaret Wesley; two sisters, Irene A. Delk and Ruth Adams          LUTTRELL, JERRY QUENTIN LUTTRELL. Jerry Quentin Luttrell
   Delk; and a brother, J.C. Adams. Funeral services are Nov.             of Winchester died Saturday, Oct. 6, 2007. He was 59. He
   21 at 1 p.m. at Hodapp Funeral Home in Cincinnati, Ohio with           was the son of Ghree (and Robert) Johnson and the late Avert
   visitation at noon. Memorial contributions are suggested to            Luttrell. In addition to his mother, survivors include his wife,
   Highland Ave. Baptist Church at 6110 Highland Ave.,                    Barbara Luttrell; a daughter, Tounya Cosme of Tennessee; a
   Cincinnati, Ohio 45216 or to Hospice of Cincinnati, P.O. Box           brother, Gary Luttrell of Florida; five sisters, Theresa Luttrell,
   633597, Cincinnati, Ohio 45263-3597.                                   Elaine Luttrell, Robin Peyton and Theresa Bishop, all of
                                                                          Florida, and Sandy Snedon of Georgia; and several aunts,
LUTTRELL, COY LUTTRELL, 61 . Coy Luttrell of Hustonville                  uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his
   died Saturday, Oct. 6, 2007 at Fort Logan Hospital. He was             grandparents, Theodore and Mary Roy and Oscar and Dolly
   61. Born in Casey County on Jan. 29, 1946, he was the son              Luttrell. Graveside services were Oct. 27 at the Luttrell
   of the late Delmer and Ada Owens Luttrell. He was a retired            Cemetery by his step-father, Robert Johnson.
   heavy equipment operator for the Davis H. Elliott Co.
   Survivors include his wife, Vivian Yocum Luttrell of                LUTTRELL, ROCKY J. LUTTRELL, 23. Rocky John Luttrell of
   Hustonville; a son, Coy Wayne Luttrell of Hustonville; a               Liberty died Friday, Oct. 12, 2007 in Lexington. He was 23.
   daughter, Teresa Lee (and Kevin) Parsons of Hustonville; a             Born in Pulaski County on June 29, 1984, he was the son of
   brother, Roy Lee (and Barbara) Luttrell of Hustonville; a sister,      Gregory John Luttrell of Liberty and Lisa Christine Sears (and
   Eva Mae Walls of Lebanon; and three grandchildren. Funeral             Ronnie) Weddle of Somerset. He was a student and a farmer
   services were Oct. 9 at Fox Funeral Home by Bro. Tim Brown.            as well as a member of the New Testament Baptist Church.
   Burial was in Buffalo Springs Cemetery. Pallbearers were               In addition to his parents, survivors include a special friend,
   Brandon Brock, Jeremy Parsons, Brad Johnson, Kyle Griffin,             Heather Roy of Dunnville; his maternal grandmother, Lois
   Charles Lee Yocum and Billy Joe Griffin.                               Sears of Somerset; an aunt, Joan Humes of Liberty; two step-
                                                                          sisters, Chasity and Rachel Weddle; a step-brother, Chris
LUTTRELL, HAZEL LUTTRELL, 67. Hazel Luttrell of Estero, Fla.,             Weddle of Liberty; a cousin, Jerree Humphrey of Somerset; a
   formerly of Somerset, died Monday, Oct. 1, 2007 in Bonita              step-niece, Mackenzie Weddle of Liberty; his step-
   Springs, Fla. She was 67. Born in Burning Springs on July              grandparents, Eardean and Eula Weddle of Liberty; and
   24, 1940, she was the daughter of the late Albert and Emma             Stitch. He was preceded in death by his grandmother, Bonnie
   Clark Craft. She attended First Baptist Church Bonita                  L. Whittle; maternal grandfather, Bill Sears; and a special
   Springs, Fla. Survivors include her husband, Sherill Luttrell; a       uncle, Arnold Luttrell. Funeral services were Oct. 16 at
   son, Steve Luttrell of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; a daughter,               McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Richard Owens and
   Christina (and Scott) Conkle of Estero, Fla.; two brothers,            Bro. Jimmy Brown. Burial was in Birdie Russell Cemetery.
   Albert Craft of Morning View and Richard Craft of South                Pallbearers were Matt Knight, Doug Polston, Brandon Luttrell,
   Lebanon, Ohio; six sisters, Edna Mills and Georgia Banks,              Chad Combs, Joey Conlin, Chad Baldock, Brandon Polston
   both of Milford, Ohio, Mae Ray of Somerset, Ollie Counsel of           and Tyler Graham. Honorary pallbearers were Kevin Roberts,
   Goshen, Ohio, Ruby Martin of McKee and Mallie Murphy of                Adam Scott, Troy Wheeler, Alan Roberts, Andrew Meeks, Ben
   Winfield, Tenn.; and a granddaughter, Mikayla Mullis of                Scott, Chris Land, Trent Foley and Kerry Patten.
   Estero, Fla. She is preceded in death by two brothers,
   Manford Craft and Herbert Craft; and two sisters, Joyce Craft       LYNN, ELLA LYNN. Ella Lynn of Liberty died Monday, Jan. 1,
   and Marie Burch. Funeral services were Oct. 5 at the Chapel            2007 at Casey County Hospital. She was 98. Born on Dec.
   of Lake Cumberland Funeral Home by Bro. Sam Crawford.                  19, 1908 in Casey County, she was the daughter of the late
   Burial was in Lakeside Memorial Gardens.                               Jim and Kate Jeffers Clements. She was a homemaker and
                                                                          the widow of Walter Howard Lynn. She was a member of
LUTTRELL, JAMES H. LUTTRELL, January 2, 2008. James                       Cowden Chapel Church of God. Survivors include two sons,
   Harding Luttrell of Lee Road, Dunnville, died Tuesday, Dec.            Bobby Lynn and Harold Lynn, both of Liberty; a daughter,
   25, 2007 at Casey County Hospital. He was 86. Born in                  Louise Hanks of Washington; five grandchildren; 12 great-
   Casey County on March 18, 1921, he was the son of the late             grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. She was
   James Oscar and Dollie Delk Luttrell. He was a farmer and a            preceded in death by five brothers, one half-brother and two
   member of Patterson Chapel Church of Christ. He was a                  half-sisters. Funeral services will be Thursday (Jan. 4) at 1
   World War II veteran of the U.S. Army as well as a member of           p.m. at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Shirley
   the Disabled American Veterans and the Casey County                    Denson. Burial will be in Poplar Springs Cemetery. Visitation
   Funeral Squad. He was the widower of Fossie Ann Withers                will be today (Jan. 3) at 6 p.m. at McKinney-Brown Funeral
   Luttrell. Survivors include two daughters, Daisy Mae Luttrell          Home.
   of Tennessee and Susie (and Johnnie) Watson of Lexington;
   two sons, Harvey (and Pat) Luttrell of Dunnville and Paul (and      LYNN, GARY LYNN. Gary Lynn of Hustonville died Friday, Aug.
   JoAnn) Luttrell of Russell Springs; five grandchildren, Michelle       31, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center. He
   Marra and Julie Dyches, both of Lexington, Joseph and Keith            was 62. Born in Stanford on April 15, 1945, he was the son of
   the late Everett and Marie Cannon Lynn. He was the owner            was a retired professor at the City College of San Francisco.
   of Gary Lynn Construction Co. and a member of Hustonville           Survivors include his wife, Deborah O'Connell Marion; three
   Baptist Church. He was a 32-degree Mason, a member of               daughters, Jennifer Baird of Willard, Mo., Dr. Hoscelyn Laaine
   Oleika Shrine Temple in Lexington and Hustonville Fire              of San Diego and Alexandria O'Connell of San Francisco; two
   Department, former Hustonville City Councilman and former           grandchildren, Dain Jackson Baird and Jessica Jeanne Baird;
   Mayor of Hustonville. Survivors include his wife, Mary Lou          and three sisters, Anita Marion and Delda Unser, both of San
   Peyton Lynn of Hustonville; two daughters, Stacy (and Todd)         Diego and Sheila Marion of Worthington, Ohio. Bartle Funeral
   Faulkner of Stanford and Laura (and Hank) Smith of                  Home Liberty is in charge of arrangements.
   Hustonville; and four grandchildren, Taylor and Hunter
   Faulkner and Woods and Kate Smith. Funeral services were         MARPLES, WILLIAM "DICKIE" MARPLES. William "Dickie"
   Sept. 4 at Spurlin Funeral Home by the Rev. Richard Reed.          Marples of Liberty died Thursday, June 14, 2007 at Casey
   Burial was in Hustonville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Todd          County Hospital. He was 79. Born in Mannsville on Oct. 4,
   Faulkner, Hank Smith, David Peyton, Erwin Vanover, Eddie           1927, he was the son of the late Fered and Bertie Tunget
   Feistritzer and Andre Forbes. Honorary pallbearers were            Marple. He was a retired school bus driver, a former
   John D. Peyton, Paul Feistritzer, Carroll Leigh, Willis Lane,      employee of Dowell's Furniture and a member of the Church
   Hershel Fletcher, Glen Maddox, Drew Feistritzer, Shelby            of Christ. He was the widower of Francis Woodrum Marples.
   Reed, Andy Forbes and Butch Belcher. Memorial                      Survivors include a son, Billy (and Sharon) Marples of Liberty;
   contributions are suggested to the American Center Society,        three daughters, Phyllis (and John) Matherly, Dena (and
   American Diabetes Association or Stanford Christian Church.        Jerry) Lynn, both of Liberty, and Joann (and Willard) Cravens
                                                                      of Science Hill; a sister, Monta June Hamm of Liberty; nine
LYNN, RUTH N. LYNN, 88. Ruth Naomi Lynn of Liberty died               grandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren. He was preceded
   Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2007 at her home. She was 88. Born in             in death by two sisters, Hallie and Ruth Marples. Funeral
   Indianapolis, Ind. on Oct. 18, 1918, she was the daughter of       services were June 17 at Bartle Funeral Home Chapel by
   the late Ivy Earl and Annie Allison Cox. She was a                 Steven Willingham. Burial was in Casey County Memorial
   homemaker and the widow of William Curtis Lynn. Survivors          Gardens. Pallbearers were Chris Wesley, Waylon and
   include a daughter, Marlene Melton of Liberty; a son, William      Michael Marples, Virgil Latko, Tony Sears and Barry Wesley.
   Lynn of Liberty; four grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren;
   and three great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in         MARTIN, EDNA W. MARTIN. Edna W. Martin of Liberty died
   death by a brother, Donald Cox; and four sisters, Dorothy          Sunday, May 6, 2007 at her home. She was 93. She was
   Scott, Thelma Lynn, Irene Weaver and Evelyn Renier.                born in Pennsylvania on July 6, 1913. She was a homemaker
   Funeral services were Oct. 4 at Bartle Funeral Home Chapel         and a member of Cedar Hill Mennonite Church in the South
   by Bro. Bearl King. Burial was in Poplar Grove Cemetery.           Fork community. She was the widow of Reuben Martin.
   Pallbearers were Carl and Michael Melton, James Lynn,              Survivors include a son, Paul (and Ruth) Martin of Casey
   Benny and Larry Scott and Kevin Little.                            County; a daughter-in-law, Anna R. Martin of Pennsylvania;
                                                                      20 grandchildren; 100 great-grandchildren; and three great-
MADDOX, GLADYS MADDOX. Gladys Maddox of Junction City                 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son,
  died Saturday, Dec. 22, 2007 at her home. She was 65. Born          Titus Martin; and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services
  in Casey County on Oct. 26, 1942, she was a daughter of the         are today (May 9) at 10 a.m. at Cedar Hill Mennonite Church.
  late Albert Cochran. She was retired from Matsushita and a          Burial is in Cedar Hill Mennonite Church Cemetery.
  member of Shelby Baptist Church and Eagles Ladies
  Auxiliary. She was the widow of Freeman Maddox. Survivors         MASON, JACK MASON, 54. Jack Mason of Liberty died
  include a daughter, Lisa (and Mike) Douglas of Junction City;       Saturday, Nov. 17, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional
  a brother, Bobby Woodrum of Liberty; a sister, Barbara              Medical Center in Danville. He was 54. Born in Casey County
  Woodrum of Liberty; and a granddaughter, Sarah Douglas.             on May 4, 1953, he was the son of Ruth Carter Mason and
  She was preceded in death by her grandparents who raised            the late Chester Mason. He was in the dry wall profession. In
  her, Dewey and Etta Cochran. Funeral services will be               addition to his mother, survivors include three daughters,
  Thursday, Dec. 27 at 11 a.m. at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by         Danielle Mason of Cincinnati, Ohio, Laura Clark of Springfield,
  Bro. Paul McFarland. Burial will be in Danville Bellevue            Mo. and Amanda Mason of Mt. Vernon, Texas; three
  Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Gary Cochran, Scott Galloway,         grandchildren, Levi Mason, Ace Mason and Trent Smith; two
  Robert Horn, Randy Maddox, Wendell Jessee, Danny Lynn               brothers, Ronald Mason of Cincinnati, Ohio and Paul Mason
  and Dan McCarter. Honorary pallbearers will be R.C. Davis,          of Covington; and five sisters, Elsie Davis of Florence, Sharon
  Cordelia Reed, Jackie McCarter, Geneva Shows, Audie                 Close of Campbellsville and Jean Eads, Karen June May and
  Maddox, Jeannie Jessee, Shirley Johnson and Tammy Smith.            Angie McCauley, all of Liberty. He was preceded in death by
                                                                      a sister, Shirley Wagner. Funeral services were Nov. 19 at
MADDOX, RAYMOND MADDOX. Raymond Maddox of Sand                        McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Robert Atwood.
  Knob died Thursday, April 12, 2007 at Golden Living Center of       Burial was in Mason Cemetery. Pallbearers were Butch
  Stanford. He was 80. Born in Casey County on March 8,               Mason, T.J. McCauley, David See, Angela McCauley, Karen
  1927, he was the son of the late William Mark and Mary              Mason, Filica Pike, Ramon Velasquez and Chris Atwood.
  Rachel Curtsinger Maddox. He was the widower of Pauline
  Montgomery Mad-dox. Survivors include two brothers,               MASON, PHILLIP DWAIN MASON. Phillip Dwain Mason of
  Hurshel Maddox of Butchertown and Johnny Maddox of                  Liberty died Wednesday, July 18, 2007 at Liberty Care
  Golden Living of Stanford; and a sister, Lula May of Danville.      Center. He was 68. Born in Casey County on April 20, 1939,
  Funeral services were April 15 at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by       he was the son of the late Edgar and Lula Luttrell Mason. He
  Bro. Tony Stephens. Burial was in Maxey Valley Cemetery.            was of the Pentecostal faith. Survivors include his wife,
  His nephews were pallbearers. Memorial contributions are            Christine Crawley Mason; a son, Barry Mason of Greencastle,
  suggested to Gideons International.                                 Ind.; a daughter, Twila Mason of Owenton; four step-sons,
                                                                      Darren Short of Georgetown, Kenny and Donnie Short, both
MARION, ALAN CHARLES MARION. Alan Charles Marion of                   of Greencastle, Ind., and Dale Short of Union; four step-
  Liberty died Wednesday, April 4, 2007 at his home. He was           daughters, Carol Phelps and Shirley Angela Anvoots, both of
  67. Born in Huntington Beach, Calif. on March 27, 1940, he          Greencastle, Ind., Kathy Morrow of Crittenden and Gloria
  was the son of the late Alan and Sylvina Waugh Marion. He           Huston of Burlington; four grandchildren; 26 step-
   grandchildren; 25 step-great-grandchildren; two step-great-        Kyle Moriarty, Jeffrey McFarland, Jeremy McFarland and
   great-grandchildren; two sisters, Jessie Reid and Charlotte        Stephen Peyton.
   Luttrell, both of Liberty; and a brother, Donald Mason of
   Liberty. He was preceded in death by a step-son, William        MCGINNIS, RONALD DALE MCGINNIS. Ronald Dale McGinnis
   Randall Short. Funeral services were July 21 at McKinney-         of Harrison, Ohio, formerly of Casey County, died Monday,
   Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Phillip Smallwood and Bro.             April 23, 2007. He was 67. He was a son of the late Edward
   Robert Atwood. Burial was in Mason Cemetery. Pallbearers          and Lyda Patterson McGinnis, a former factory worker and a
   were Josh Hoskins, Shawn Wilkerson, Matt Atwood, Buddy            U.S. Navy veteran. He was affiliated with the Gospel Christian
   Boaz, Carl Passmore and Randy Atwood.                             Center in Indiana. Survivors include his wife, Mary Jo Hedger
                                                                     McGinnis; three daughters, Aissa (and Aaron) Kinnett, Carla
MASON, REV. CHESTER CLAYTON MASON. Rev. Chester                      Boyles and Tyra Fazioli; a son, Troy Dale (and Lisa)
  Clayton Mason of Franklin, Ind. died Thursday, May 24, 2007        McGinnis; four sisters, LaVerne Davenport of Liberty, Laura
  at St. Francis Hospital Beech Grove. He was 79. Born in            DiPippo and Janet Moore, both of Cincinnati, and Jane Sharp
  Casey County on Feb. 8, 1928, he was the son of the late           of Florida; three brothers, Jack (and Shirley) McGinnis of
  Johnny and Pearl Chapman Mason. He was a retired                   Bethelridge, Michael McGinnis of Arizona and Roger Kent
  employee of Arvin Indistries in Franklin and served as a           McGinnis of Ohio; 11 grandchildren and four great-
  minister at various churches. He was a member of the Indiana       grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a brother, Leslie
  Baptist Association. He was the widower of Carrie Mason.           McGinnis. Funeral services were held at the Full Gospel
  Survivors include three sons, Jack (and Letia) Mason, Billy        Christian Center in Indiana by Ray Cornett.
  (and Becky) Mason, both of Franklin, Ind., and Dennis (and
  Linda) Mason of Indianapolis; two daughters, Linnie (and         MCMULLIN, ANITA R. MCMULLIN. Anita Rousey McMullin of
  Gary) Kelly of Franklin, Ind. and May Jaeger of Nineveh, Ind.;     Ludlow died Saturday, Dec. 22, 2007 at her home. She was
  a sister, Jewell Wilham of Kentucky; 18 grandchildren; 32          74. Born in Butchertown on Sept. 10, 1933, she was a
  great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren. He         daughter of the late Loyd and Tina Rich Rousey. She was a
  was preceded in death by two brothers, Coolidge and William        homemaker and member of First Baptist Church in Ludlow.
  Mason; a sister, Geneva Wilham; and a grandson, Gregory            She was the widow of Woodrow McMullin. Survivors include
  Mason. Funeral services were May 29 at Jessen Funeral              a son, David McMullin of Ludlow; a daughter, Yolanda Mitchell
  Home in Whiteland, Ind. by the Rev. Jim Tharpe. Burial was in      of Ludlow; four brothers, Patrick Allen Rousey of Moreland,
  Forest Lawn Memory Gardens in Greenwood, Ind. Memorial             Buddy Rousey and Loyd Sherwood Rousey, both of Florida,
  contributions are suggested to the American Heart                  and Ronald Rousey of Lexington; two sisters, Nina Hatter and
  Association, 6100 W. 96th St., Indianapolis, IN 46278.             Shirley Adams, both of Danville; three grandchildren and two
                                                                     great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by three
MCCOWAN, EDDIE MCCOWAN. Eddie McCowan of Mt. Salem,                  brothers, Robert, Phillip and Palmer Rousey; and a sister,
  formerly of Middleburg, died Monday, Feb. 12, 2007 at              Margaret Berry. Funeral services will be Thursday, Dec. 27 at
  Thomson-Hood Veterans Center in Wilmore. He was 83.                3 p.m. at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home. Burial will be in
  Born in Lincoln County on Oct. 19, 1923, he was the son of         Hustonville Cemetery. Visitation is from 1 to 3 p.m. Thursday.
  the late Ed and Euphemia Taylor McCowan. He was a
  member of Ellisburg Baptist Church and a U.S. Army WWII          MEEKS, LUCY OLLIE MEEKS. Lucy Ollie Meeks of Liberty died
  veteran. Survivors include his wife of 64 years, Jewell            Saturday, Feb. 24, 2007 at Liberty Care Center. She was 87.
  McCowan; three daughters: Joyce LaRue (and John) Laffrado          Born in Gilpin on June 25, 1919, she was the daughter of the
  of Florida, Mary Juanita (and Otis) Delk of Mt. Salem and          late Ray and Rhoda Strong Lawhorn. She was a housewife
  Tiarra Gail (and Mike) McCormick of California; five               and a member of Trace Fork Separate Baptist Church. She
  grandchildren; four great grandchildren; and five great-great      was the widow of Velber Meeks. Survivors include a son,
  grandchildren. Funeral services were Feb. 16 at W.L. Pruitt        David Meeks of Yosemite; six grandchildren; five great-
  Funeral Home by Bros. G.W. Smith and Kevin Pittman. Burial         grandchildren; and a sister, Pearl Tarter of Junction City. She
  was in Danville Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were Jeffrey,        was preceded in death by a son, Gale Delano Meeks; two
  Lloyd Dean and Scott Morgan, Mike McCormack, Chris Ball            sisters, Colleen Wheeler and Anna Taylor; and a brother,
  and Otis Delk.                                                     Pierce Lawhorn. Funeral services were Feb. 27 at Trace Fork
                                                                     Separate Baptist Church by the Rev. Jesse Long. Burial was
MCFARLAND, JAMES W. MCFARLAND. James "Jim" W.                        in Trace Fork Cemetery. Bartle Funeral Home Liberty was in
  McFarland of Campbellsville died Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2007          charge of arrangements.
  at Taylor Regional Hospital in Campbellsville from injuries
  sustained in an automobile accident. He was 67. Born in          MIDDLETON, BARBARA C. MIDDLETON. Barbara Coulter
  Casey County on April 16, 1940, he was the son of Lois              Middleton of Springfield died Wednesday, May 9, 2007 at the
  Derringer McFarland of Liberty and the late James Leo               Norton Hospital in Louisville. She was 60. Born in Lebanon
  McFarland. He was a farmer, a member of Grace Baptist               on June 20, 1946, she was the daughter of Eloise Reynolds
  Church and a U.S. Army veteran. In addition to his mother,          Coulter of Springfield and the late James Richard "J.R."
  survivors include five sons, David Herren and James and             Coulter. She was a member of Temple Baptist Church and a
  Chris McFarland, all of Campbellsville, Frankie Snider of           homemaker. She was the widow of Donnie Ray Middleton.
  Columbia, and Jesse McFarland of Liberty; two daughters,            Survivors include a son, Len (and Jamie) Middleton of Liberty;
  Carol McFarland of Campbellsville and Crystal McFarland of          two grandchildren; and two brothers, Richard Martin (and
  Bowling Green; 16 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; four       Judy) Coulter and Dennis Ferril "Dennie" Coulter, both of
  sisters, Lillie Rose Scott, Virginia Bailey and Cindy McFar-        Springfield. Funeral services were May 12 at Temple Baptist
  land, all of Liberty, and Kathy Jo Moriarty of Mt. Washington;      Church by the Revs. John McDaniel and Bobby Chesser.
  and two brothers, Frank McFarland of Campbellsville and             Burial was in the Peter Cemetery at Mackville. Pallbearers
  Tony McFarland of Liberty. He was preceded in death by a            were Bobby Pruitt Jr., Marty Coulter, Harley Thompson,
  grandson, Michael Harold Rodgers II. Funeral services were          Forester Combs, Jeremy Combs and Daniel Combs.
  Aug. 25 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Ricky                Honorary pallbearers were her nieces and nephews. Carey &
  Hogue. Burial was in Whited Cemetery with military rites.           Son Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
  Pallbearers were Johnny Scott, Jamie Hatter, Bobby Coffman,
MILLER, ADEL MILLER. Adell Miller of Middleburg died                     construction worker and of the Baptist faith. Survivors include
   Saturday, Jan. 6, 2007 at Casey County Hospital. She was              a companion, Myrtie Jenkins; two daughters, Stephanie Haley
   78. Born in Casey County on Nov. 28, 1928, she was the                of Georgetown and Ava Corbin of Tampa, Fla.; a son, Kirk
   daughter of the late Elmer Lester and Pearl Allen Atwood.             Monday of Georgetown; six grandchildren; a great-grandchild;
   She was a homemaker and the widow of Gilbert Miller.                  two brothers, Roger Monday of Tampa, Fla. and Gene
   Survivors include six daughters, Betty Mitchum of Danville,           Monday of Liberty; and a sister, Judy McQueary of Liberty.
   Maudie Walls of Moreland, Diana York, Nina Miller and Velma           He was preceded in death by a son, Brian Monday; and a
   Walls, all of Waynesburg,and Anita Elmore of Springfield;             brother, Charles Monday. Funeral services were July 24 at
   three sons, Donnie Miller of Indianapolis, Darrell Miller of          McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Travis Adams. Burial
   Moreland and Daniel Miller of Middleburg; four sisters, Shelly        was in Whited Cemetery. Pallbearers were Roger Monday,
   Terry, Sally Salyers and Geraldine Salyers of Liberty, and            Gene Monday, John McQueary, Derick Terry, Lonnie Jenkins,
   Myrtle Miller of Junction City; a brother, Arthur Atwood of           Gene McQueary and Boone McQueary.
   Liberty; 19 grandchildren; six step-grandchildren; 30 great-
   grandchildren; and four step-great-grandchildren. She is           MONROE, JOSHUA ALLEN MONROE. Joshua Allen Monroe of
   preceded in death by a brother, Shelby Atwood. Funeral               Yosemite died Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2007 from injuries sustained
   services were Jan. 9 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by               in a car accident. He was 19. Born in Lexington on June 23,
   Bro. Billy Cloud. Burial was in Poplar Grove Cemetery.               1988, he was the son of Joseph Allen Monroe of Burgin and
   Pallbearers were Jamie Walls, Chris Elmore, Lucas Miller,            Connie Sue Gregory Monroe of Yosemite. He was a senior at
   Greg Miller, Phillip Lane and Robert Lane. The honorary              Casey County High School where he served on the prom
   pallbearer was Anthony Miller.                                       committee, was a member of F.F.A. and Young Marines, and
                                                                        was formerly on the baseball and track teams. He was a
MILLER, EMMA JO MILLER. Emma Jo Miller of Windsor was                   member of Burgin Christian Church. In addition to his
   born and died Thursday, May 10, 2007. Born at her home,              parents, survivors include a twin brother, Joseph Aaron
   she was the daughter of Dave and Mary Lou Martin Miller of           Monroe of Yosemite; a sister, Gerria Nichole Monroe of
   Windsor. Additional survivors include paternal grandparents,         Burgin; a step-brother, Justin Lear of Burgin; a step-sister,
   Andy and Emma Miller of Windsor; maternal grandparents,              Tiffney Lear of Burgin; his maternal grandparents, George
   Wesley and Miriam Martin of Liberty; great-grandparents, Paul        Ted Gregory of Burgin and Shirley Gregory of Harrodsburg;
   and Ruth Martin, and Jake Oberholtzer, all of Liberty, Daniel        paternal grandparents, Allen and Martha Monroe of Burgin; a
   and Polly King of Dover, Del. and Lydia Miller of Bliss, N.Y.        paternal great-grandmother, Dora Estes of Burgin; a step-
   Funeral services were May 12 at McKinney-Brown Funeral               mother, Pam Monroe of Burgin; a special cousin, Chris
   Home by Bro. Bud Stidham. Burial was in Grace Baptist                Wexler of Burgin; and several aunts, uncles and cousins.
   Cemetery.                                                            Funeral services were Sept. 7 at Burgin Christian Church by
                                                                        Mandy Yates. Burial was in Burgin Memorial Gardens.
MILLER, LUTHER MILLER. Luther Miller of Liberty died Friday,            Alexander & Royalty Funeral Home in Harrodsburg was in
   July 29, 2007 at Casey County Hospital. He was 79. Born in           charge of arrangements.
   Casey County on March 27, 1928, he was the son of the late
   Joe Ed Miller and Maudie Baxter Miller. He was a member of         MONROE, LOUISE NEFF MONROE. Louise Neff Monroe of
   Bethlehem United Methodist Church. Survivors include his             Indianapolis, Ind. died Sunday, May 27, 2007 at her home.
   wife, Eveleen Atwood Miller; a stepmother, Cassie Davis of           She was 66. Born in Casey County on July 1, 1940, she was
   Liberty; three daughters, Karen Ann Head of Eubank,                  the daughter of the late Edd and Ola Neff. She was retired
   Deborah Denice Miller of Colorado and JoAnn Drennan of               from RCA in Indianapolis. Survivors include three sons,
   Burlington; a son, Wayne Hill of Cincinnati, Ohio; a brother,        Steven Taylor, James Taylor and Jason Monroe; a sister, Lois
   Irvin Miller of Junction City; a sister, Tonnie Bell of Liberty;     Lanham of Indiana; and a brother, Heber Neff of Liberty. She
   nine grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. He was             was preceded in death by two brothers, Sam and Tom Neff;
   preceded in death by a son, Steve Miller; three sisters, Marie       and a sister, Margie Dean. Funeral services were May 31 at
   Hale, Iva Lee and Violet Miller; and two brothers, Jessie and        G.H. Herrmann Funeral Home. Burial was in Round Hill
   Gilbert Miller. Funeral services were July 29 at Bartle Funeral      Cemetery.
   Home Chapel by the Revs. Ed Parton and Jerry Shelley.
   Burial was in Whited Cemetery. Pallbearers were Thomas             MOORE, BESSIE HAFLEY MOORE. Bessie Hafley Moore of
   Jones, Brent Burdine, Wayne Hill, Daniel Miller, and Robert          Liberty died Thursday, July 5, 2007 at Danville Centre for
   and James Hollenberg.                                                Health and Rehabilitation. She was 92. Born in Lincoln
                                                                        County on June 19, 1915, she was the daughter of the late
MONDAY, EARL C. MONDAY. Earl C. Monday of Hanover, Ind.,                George and Bertha Conder Hafley. She was a homemaker, a
  formerly of Casey County, died Sunday, Feb. 25, 2007 at his           member of the Baptist church and the widow of Roscoe
  home. He was 70. Born in Casey County on Aug. 30, 1936,               "Tank" Moore. Survivors include a son, John R. Moore of
  he was the son of the late Willie and Alice Derringer Monday.         Danville; a grandson, Matt (and Lanna) Moore of Lexington;
  He was in the trucking business and a U.S. Army veteran.              and a great-grandson, Tyler Moore. She was preceded in
  Survivors include a daughter, Kelly Graig, of Hanover, Ind.;          death by five brothers, Vergil, Luther, Jess, Henry and
  and two sons, Robin Monday and Scott Monday, both of                  Howard Hafley; four sisters, Hallie Wesley, Martha Beaty,
  Hanover, Ind. He was preceded in death by a brother, Ralph            Athenia Brown and Essie Green. Funeral services were July
  Monday; and a sister, Velda Colyer. Funeral services will be          7 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Sam Stow. Burial
  Thursday (March 1) at 11 a.m. at McKinney-Brown Funeral               was in Glenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jeff Kent,
  Home by Bro. Clifford DeHart. Burial will be in Whited                Michael Anderson, John Wilson, Darrell Hafley, Jerry Hafley
  Cemetery. Visitation will be today (Feb. 28) from 6 to 9 p.m.         and Matt Moore.
  and after 8 a.m. Thursday at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home.
  A Masonic service will be held today (Feb. 28) at 7 p.m.            MOORE, HAROLD 'GENE' MOORE, 82. Harold "Gene" Moore of
                                                                        Miramar, Fla. died Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2007. He was 82.
MONDAY, GLENN C. MONDAY. Glenn C. Monday of Liberty                     Born in Yosemite on Feb. 6, 1925, he was the son of the late
  died Sunday, July 22, 2007 at his home. He was 66. Born in            Mary Richards and Leslie Reid Moore. He worked for Eastern
  Casey County on Aug. 8, 1940, he was the son of the late              Airlines as a mechanic for 31 years. Survivors include his
  Charles Callis and Lorene Luttrell Monday. He was a                   wife, Marion Moore; two daughters, Teri Morgan of
   Sanderstead, England and Kimberly (and Ken) Perez of                (and Herb) of Campbellsville, Anna Bishop (and Tom) of
   Homosassa, Fla.; four sons, William Moore of Dania Beach,           Bardstown, Lana Peyton and Libby Atwood, both of Liberty,
   Fla., Christopher (and Ingrid) Burke of Miami, Fla., Douglas        and Nancy Goben (and Brad) of Brownstown, Ind.; and two
   Burke of Canada and Kevin Burke of California; four                 grandsons, Zachariah and Josiah Wesley. She was preceded
   grandchildren, Erik Reed Morgan of Sanderstead, England,            in death by three sons, Earl Wesley, Grant Wesley and
   Michelle (and Cliff) Stickler of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Melisa       William Wesley; and two brothers, Edward Atwood and Wain
   (and Rocky) Griste of Homestead, Fla. and Brian (and Beth)          Atwood. Funeral services were Feb. 6 in the chapel of V.
   Perez of Homosassa, Fla.; and a great-grandchild, Holden            Todd Ferreira Funeral Services by Pastors Tim Patterson and
   Griste of Homestead, Fla. He was preceded in death by two           Perry Hays. Burial was in Macedonia Cemetery.
   sons, Daniel and Timothy Moore. A memorial service will be
   held at John U. Lloyd State Park. Memorial contributions are     MORTON, HAROLD MASON MORTON. Harold Mason Morton
   suggested to take the form of a donation to a local Hospice        of Liberty died Sunday, Nov. 25, 2007 at Liberty Care Center.
   organization.                                                      He was 48. Born in Indianapolis, Ind. on Oct. 4, 1959, he was
                                                                      the son of Vernleigh and Alfrieda Turner Morton of Lexington.
MORAN, LELA M. MORAN. Lela M. Burton Moran of                         In addition to his parents, survivors include a daughter,
  Greenwood, Ind. died Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2007. She was 93.             Raelyn Louise Morton of Liberty; and his caregiver, Janice
  Born in Somerset on Feb. 24, 1913, she was the daughter of          Thompson of Liberty. Funeral services are at 1 p.m. today
  the late Jones and Mary (Roy) Burton. She was an employee           (Nov. 28) at the Hinton-Turner Funeral Home in Paris, Ky. by
  at Arvin Industries and was retired from Westminster Village in     the Rev. Mike James and Chaplain David Green. Burial will be
  Greenwood. She was the widow of Marion Moran. Survivors             in the Paris Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Don Taylor,
  include two sons, Junice (and Ruby) Moran and Dale (and             Rodney Taylor, Matthew Taylor, Nathan Taylor, Jerry Riddell
  Patsy) Moran, both of Greenwood, Ind.; a daughter, Charlene         and Thomas Schulz. Visitation will be after 11 a.m.
  (and Larry) Bensheimer of Greenwood, Ind.; a daughter-in-           Wednesday. Memorial contributions are suggested to the
  law, Patty Moran; 10 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren;         Hospice of Lake Cumberland, 100 Parkway Drive, Somerset,
  and three great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in            KY 42503.
  death by a son, Arnold Moran. Funeral services were Feb. 9
  at Wilson St. Pierre Funeral Service and Crematory,               MORTON, HAROLD MASON MORTON. Harold Mason Morton
  Greenwood Chapel by the Rev. Mike Smith. Memorial                   of Liberty died Sunday, Nov. 25, 2007 at Liberty Care Center.
  contributions are suggested to the American Cancer Society.         He was 48. Born in Indianapolis, Ind. on Oct. 4, 1959, he was
                                                                      the son of Vernleigh and Alfrieda Turner Morton of Lexington.
MORGAN, PAUL E. MORGAN. Paul E. Morgan of Middleburg                  In addition to his parents, survivors include a daughter,
  died Tuesday, July 24, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional            Raelyn Louise Morton of Liberty; and his caregiver, Janice
  Medical Center in Danville. He was 84. Born in Yosemite on          Thompson of Liberty. Funeral services are at 1 p.m. today
  Aug. 17, 1922, he was the son of the late Alonzo and Sarah          (Nov. 28) at the Hinton-Turner Funeral Home in Paris, Ky. by
  Bastin Morgan. He was a retired farmer and a U.S. Army              the Rev. Mike James and Chaplain David Green. Burial will be
  World War II veteran. He was the widower of Sadie Benson            in the Paris Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Don Taylor,
  Morgan. Survivors include a stepson, Jimmie Lanham of               Rodney Taylor, Matthew Taylor, Nathan Taylor, Jerry Riddell
  North Vernon, Ind.; a caretaker, Beulah Williams of                 and Thomas Schulz. Visitation will be after 11 a.m.
  Middleburg; two brothers, Tommy Morgan of Liberty and               Wednesday. Memorial contributions are suggested to the
  Segal Morgan of Middleburg; two sisters, Geneva Dalton of           Hospice of Lake Cumberland, 100 Parkway Drive, Somerset,
  Middleburg and Nellie McAninch of Liberty; three step-              KY 42503.
  grandchildren, Anthony and Calvin Lanham of North Vernon,
  Ind. and Brian Lanham of Commisky, Ind.; and three step-          MURPHY, HAROLD CLIFTON MURPHY SR. Harold Clifton
  great-grandchildren, Sadie, Jared and Jeremy Lanham. He             Murphy Sr. of Windsor died Wednesday, July 25, 2007 at his
  was preceded in death by four brothers, Eardest, Leonard,           home. He was 73. Born in Casey County on April 9, 1934, he
  Clarence and Junior Morgan; and a sister, Mary Ponder.              was the son of the late Arthur Franklin Sr. and Vera Wall
  Funeral services were July 27 at Bartle Funeral Home                Murphy. He was a retired bulldozer operator for Tarter Gate
  Middleburg by the Revs. C.B. Carman and Chris Dalton.               and was a veteran, serving during the Korean conflict. He
  Burial was in Poplar Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were                was the widower of Diana Bertha Leininger Murphy.
  Anthony, Brian and Calvin Lanham, Greg and Johnny Ray               Survivors include six daughters, Vicki (and Noel) Rodgers of
  Morgan and Larry Dalton. Honorary pallbearers were Christy          Dunnville, Rita (and Glenn) Poff and Connie (and Roger)
  Floyd, Candace Crowe, Taylor and Hagen Woods, Sadie,                Wright, both of Liberty, Melissa (and David) Hicks of
  Jeremy and Jared Lanham, and Harley, Zachary and Adrian             Hustonville, and Angie (and James) Emerson and Nancy Jo
  Coffman.                                                            (and Jim) Chansler, both of Windsor; two sons, Harold
                                                                      ÒSpotÓ (and Susan) Murphy of Liberty and George (and
MORRISON, LINDA DARLENE MORRISON. Linda Darlene                       Amanda) Murphy of Windsor; 12 grandchildren; five great-
  Morrison of Glen St. Mary, Fla., formerly of Liberty, died on       grandchildren; two brothers, Arthur Murphy Jr. of Russell
  Friday, Feb. 2, 2007. She was 52. Born in Columbia on Feb.          Springs and Hershel Murphy of Liberty; and five sisters,
  22, 1954, she was the daughter of Ada Atwood of Liberty and         Elizabeth Oriend and Joyce Brady, both of Florida, Paulett
  the late Willie Lee Atwood. She was a loss prevention               Lay of Liberty, Seleda George of Jamestown and Rhonda
  detective at the Navy Exchange and a member of the First            McFarland of Campbellsville. He was preceded in death by
  Baptist Church of Glen St. Mary. In addition to her mother,         two sisters, Joy Wethington and Gay Murphy; and a brother,
  survivors include her husband of 20 years, Frederick James          Morris Murphy. Funeral services were July 28 at McKinney-
  "Jim" Morrison; her mother-in-law: Lou Gerome Morrison; a           Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Clifford DeHart. Burial was in
  daughter, Amber Suzanne Morrison; a son, Kyler James                Murphy Cemetery. Pallbearers were Harold "Spot" George,
  Morrison, a daughter-in-law, Renee Wesley of Seymour, Ind.;         Hershel, D.J. and Shawn Murphy, Richie Rodgers, Joe
  two brothers, Willie L. Atwood (and Melissa) and George             Wethington, Dylan Pittman and James Emerson.
  Atwood (and Rose) both of Seymour, Ind.; nine sisters: Emma
  Plisko, Martha Malone (and Bob), Sue Smith, and Theresa           MURPHY, HAROLD MURPHY. Harold Murphy, formerly of
  Vondielingen (and Bob), all of Seymour, Ind., Wilma Taylor          Casey County, died Sunday, April 15, 2007 at Ephraim
                                                                      McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. He was 86.
   Born in Casey County on July 2, 1920, he was the son of the      NOBLE, ZACHARY SEAN NOBLE. Zachary Sean Noble died
   late Edgar and Anna May Murphy. He was a former high               Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2007 at the University of Kentucky
   school teacher, principal at Cox School, and superintendent of     Children's Hospital in Lexington. He was 3 months. Born
   Casey County Schools. He served in Signal Corps in World           Sept. 30, 2006, he was the son of Sean and Terri Zachary
   War II and was a member of Rocky Ford Baptist Church.              Noble of Lexington. Besides his parents, survivors include his
   Survivors include his wife, Louise Sheperson Murphy; a sister,     sister, Laci Noble of Lexington; maternal grandparents, Gary
   Katherine Murphy Burris; two nephews, Edgar Stanley Burris         and Judy Zachary of Danville; paternal grandparent, Jessie
   and Joe Ellis of Hustonville; and two nieces, Brenda Nalley of     Noble of Lexington; maternal great-grandparents, Rose Hatter
   Lexington and Marilyn Smothers of Stanford. He was                 and Ethelene Zachary of Liberty; and a paternal great-
   preceded in death by a sister, Louise Murphy Ellis.                grandparent, Jean Noble of Lexington. Services were Jan. 18
   Pallbearers are Joe and Joey Ellis, Edgar Stanley Burris, Phil     at the W.R. Milward Mortaury-Southland. Burial was in
   Nalley, Jim Overstreet and John Smothers. Honorary                 Lexington Cemetery. Memorial gifts may be made to the
   pallbearers are Bill Singler, Hugh Helm, Billy Hansford,           Zachary Sean Noble memorial fund, c/o UK Credit Union.
   Tommy Weddle and John Stromberger. Funeral services are
   Wednesday at 2 p.m. at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by Bro.          OVERSTREET, BOBBY J. OVERSTREET. Bobby Joe
   G.W. Smith. Burial will be in Hustonville Cemetery.                Overstreet of Ocala, Fla., formerly of Liberty, died Sunday,
                                                                      Dec. 9, 2007 at his home. He was 74. Born in Casey County
NANKIVELL, OPAL L. NANKIVELL. Opal L. Nankivell of                    on March 10, 1933, he was the son of the late Hattie Lee and
  Bledsoe, formerly of the Pellyton community, died Sunday,           Dudley C. Overstreet. He was a U.S. Air Force veteran, a
  Dec. 9, 2007. She was 88. She was the daughter of the late          retired auto salesman and worked with Carquest Auto Parts.
  James Thomas and Ollie Pelley Lemmon and the widow of               He worked with Gideons International, serving as Chaplain of
  the Rev. Thomas Nankivell. She was a retired teacher, a             his camp, and was a member of First Baptist Church of Ocala.
  member of Campbellsville First United Methodist Church and          Survivors include his wife, Anna Jean Hoskins Overstreet; two
  had attended the Benham First United Methodist Church.              daughters, Jeanine Yawn and Sheri (and Greg) Wiley; two
  Survivors include a daughter, Theresa (and Mitchell) Osborne        sisters, Mabel Carpenter of Chattanooga, Tenn. and Stella
  of Bledsoe; a son, Carl Nankivell of Louisville; a sister, Dora     Wethington of Florence; two brothers, Fay D. (and Ann)
  Davis of Campbellsville; four grandchildren; and six great-         Overstreet of Fairfield, Ohio, and Ray L. (and Nina) Overstreet
  grandchildren. Funeral services were Dec. 13 at Stotts-             of Liberty; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and
  Phelps-McQueary Funeral Home by the Rev. Ed Henry. Burial           many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by
  was in Pellyton Cemetery. Pallbearers were Chris                    three sisters, Mildred Monk, Lela Henson and Ida Lee
  Hockenberry, Bill Nantz, Christopher Patton, Riley Osborne,         Thomas. Funeral services were Dec. 13 at Hiers Funeral
  Mitchell Osborne and Carl Nankivell.                                Home in Ocala, Fla. by Dr. Edward D. Johnson. Burial was in
                                                                      Highland Memorial Park. Pallbearers were his nephews.
NEAL, S.N. NEAL. S.N. Neal of Kings Mountain died Saturday,
  Feb. 10, 2007 at the V.A. Medical Center. He was 85. Born in      OVERSTREET, CLARENCE D. OVERSTREET. Clarence D.
  Casey County on Nov. 15, 1921, he was the son of the late           Overstreet of Amelia, Ohio died Thursday, Nov. 1, 2007 at
  Bill Neal and Ivie Yates Neal Howard. He was a former               Anderson Mercy Hospital. He was 95. Born in Casey County
  mechanic with Beard Implement and a Seventh Day                     on Sept. 21, 1912, he was the son of the late Perry and
  Adventist. He was a U.S. Army World War II veteran and the          Bertha Crockett Overstreet. He was retired from Formica
  widower of Maxine Shoemaker Neal. Survivors include a               Corp. in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was the widower of Elsie
  daughter, Carole (and Paul) Martin of Pleasant View, Tenn.;         Norman Overstreet. Survivors include two daughters, Shirley
  two grandchildren, Michael (and Faith) Martin and Jeffrey           (and James M.) Corey and Sue (and Tom) Partin, both of
  Martin (and Martha Brooke); and one great-grandchild,               Amelia, Ohio; three grandchildren, Steve (and Renee) Corey,
  Samantha Martin. He was preceded in death by a brother,             Mindy Partin and Shawntell (and Mike) Rettinger; and two
  Cecil Yates. Funeral services are today (Feb. 14) at Bartle         sisters, Jewell Luttrell of Dunnville and Virgie Wilhelm of
  Funeral Home Middleburg at 1 p.m. by Sam Soler. Burial will         Erlanger. He was preceded in death by a son, Danny Ray
  be at Middleburg Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Michael and          Overstreet; five sisters, Emma Evans, Ethel Sharp, Laura
  Jeffrey Martin, John Thomas, Larry McWhorter, Wayne                 Norman, Gertrude Evans and Myrtle Woods; and three
  Shoemaker and Mike Clark.                                           brothers, Clellie, Lincoln and Elmer Overstreet. Funeral
                                                                      services were Nov. 5 at Salem United Methodist Church by
NEWELL, EDMOND BRUCE NEWELL. Edmond Bruce Newell                      Bro. Jim Simpson. Burial was in Salem Cemetery.
  died on Thursday, June 7, 2007 at his son's residence in            Pallbearers were Steve Corey, Mike Rettinger, Steve Fehn,
  Kingsport, Tenn. He was 91. . Born in Middleburg on April 3,        Steve Woods, Darrell Woods and Johnnie Overstreet.
  1916, he was the son of the late John and Sophia Brown              McKinney-Brown Funeral Home was in charge of
  Newell. He was a 1933 graduate of Middleburg High School,           arrangements.
  the University of Kentucky and attended medical school at the
  University of Iowa. He taught biology at Cumberland College       PACE, MARY JEWELL PACE. Mary Jewell Pace of Richmond
  and Catawba College in Salisbury, N.C., from which he               died Saturday, Sept. 1, 2007 at the University of Kentucky
  retired. Newell was a member of the Williamsburg, Ky.               Medical Center in Lexington. She was 90. Born in Liberty on
  Masonic Lodge, First Baptist Church in Salisbury, N.C. and          Nov. 28, 1917, she was the daughter of the late Pleas and
  the widower of Hazel Newell. Survivors include two sons,            Hattie Rubarts Wesley. She was a homemaker and a
  John Newell (and Bobbie) of Kingsport, Tenn., Eugene Newell         member of Liberty United Methodist Church. She was the
  (and Cedonia) of Montana; three grandchildren, Joe Newell,          widow of Ulysses Grant Pace. Survivors include two sons,
  Mike Newell and Melissa Ealey; and three great-                     Donald Wayne Pace of Winchester and Arthur Grant Pace of
  grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two sisters,             Richmond; a sister, Anna Fay Bartle of Mt. Healthy, Ohio; four
  Geneva Lane and Elizabeth Keyes. Funeral services were              grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; three step-
  June 10 at Summerset Funeral Home chapel in Salisbury,              grandchildren; and six step-great-grandchildren. She was
  N.C. by the Rev. Tom Roberts. Graveside services were at            preceded in death by three brothers, George A. Wesley,
  Rowan Memorial Park. Family and friends served as                   Charlie Wesley and Alva Lee Wesley; and a half-brother, Dr.
  pallbearers.                                                        Lewis Wesley. Funeral services are Thursday, Sept. 6 at 7
   p.m. at Berea United Methodist Church by the Rev. Gary               three daughters, Jamie Boudreaux of San Diego, Calif., and
   Rowan. Graveside services will be Friday at 10 a.m. at               Mary Elizabeth Sims and April Kay Robinson, both of
   Glenwood Cemetery. Visitation is Thursday at 5 p.m. at               Waynesburg; two sisters, Debbie Rasnick and Elaine Nicely of
   Berea United Methodist Church. Pallbearers were Andrew               Waynesburg; and 10 grandchildren. Funeral services were
   Pace, Donald Pace Jr., Christopher Pace, Rollan Wesley               Sept. 5 at Locust Grove Baptist Church by Bro. Ron Wesley.
   Bartle, Richard Wesley, William Clyde Wesley, Brad Wesley            Burial was in K.P. Hall Cemetery. Pallbearers were B.J.
   and Paul Johnston. Memorial contributions are suggested to           Robinson, Lee Rasnick, Mike Nicely, Jimmy Jones, Chris
   Berea United Methodist Church at 202 Fee St., Berea, KY              Shute and Robbie Jones. Barnett and Demrow Funeral Home
   40403. Bartle Funeral Home Liberty is in charge of                   in Waynesburg was in charge of arrangements.
   arrangements.
                                                                     PEEK, JOHN L. PEEK. John L. Peek of Kings Mountain died
PARKER, DIANA JUNE PARKER. Diana June Parker of Liberty                Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2007 at his home. He was 82. . Born in
  died Thursday, March 22, 2007 at St. Joseph East in                  Lincoln County on Friday, Oct. 3, 1924, he was a son of the
  Lexington. She was 69. Born in Casey County on June 28,              late Richard Leslie "Bud" Peek and Bessie Cox Peek. He was
  1937, she was the daughter of the late Kelly and Gertrude            a member of Locust Grove Baptist Church. He was retired
  Hendren Richard-son. She was a homemaker and a member                after 25 years as a school bus driver and was a farmer and
  of Willow Springs Methodist Church. Survivors include her            World War II U.S. Army veteran. Survivors include his wife,
  husband, Cephas Parker; two daughters, Doris Perales of              Mayme Hogue Peek; two sons, David Lee (and Jayne) Peek
  Lancaster and Joyce Cooper of Eubank; a son, Wiliam Glover           and Steven (and Lisa) Peek, both of Kings Mountain; two
  of Danville; 10 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and a        daughters, Carol (and Keith) Bastin of Eubank and Connie
  sister, Elsie Brewster of Mt. Salem. She was preceded in             (and Robert) Horn of Waynesburg; a brother, Richard Peek of
  death by a son, Wayne Thomas Richardson; four sisters,               Junction City; eight grandchildren, John Calvin Peek,
  Deva Yates, Mary Warmouth, Lorene Brewster and Rose                  Cassandra McWhorter, Loyd Bastin, Kimberly New, Scott and
  Noel; and six brothers, Willie, Tearl, Arnvile, Earl, Grover and     Selena Horn, and Shane and Kendra Peek; and four great-
  Howard Richardson. Funeral services were March 25 at                 grandchildren, Garrett and Olivia Horn, Kyra New and Kalyn
  McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Bearl King. Burial               Peek. He was preceded in death by his step-mother, Ethel
  was in Willow Springs Cemetery.                                      Peek; three sisters, Mary B. Demrow, Lucy Wall, and Cassie
                                                                       Mae Clayborn; and a grandson, Jason Lee Peek. Funeral
PARROTT, WARREN ALLEN PARROTT SR. Warren Allen                         services were Sept. 7 at Locust Grove Baptist Church by Bro.
  Parrott Sr. of Dunnville died Monday, Sept. 17, 2007 at              John Dean and Bro. John Paul Cummins. Burial was in K.P.
  Russell County Hospital. He was 67. Born in Marshall, Mich.          Hall Cemetery with military rites by Caswell-Saufley Post #18
  on July 7, 1940, he was the son of the late Lloyd and Laura          of the American Legion. Pallbearers were John Calvin Peek,
  Fenn Parrott. He was an electrician and of the Methodist             Loyd Bastin, Scott Horn, Shane Peek, Rodney New and
  faith. Survivors include his wife, Donna Louise Bolton Parrott       Kenan McWhorter. Memorial contributions are suggested to
  of Dunnville; two sons, Dale Allen Parrott and Warren Allen          the Lincoln County American Cancer SocietyÕs Relay for Life
  Parrott Jr., both of Indiana; two daughters, Teresa Marie            or to Gideon's International. Barnett and Demrow Funeral
  Christianson of Indiana and Jennifer Walters of Texas; a step-       Home in Waynesburg was in charge of arrangements.
  daughter, Dawn Marie Brinkley of Iowa; a step-father, Norman
  Leeser of Battle Creek, Mich.; a brother, Daniel Parrott of        PEEK, TOMMY PEEK. Tommy Peek of Stanford died Tuesday,
  Battle Creek, Mich.; two sisters, Susan Odell and Jane               Jan. 9, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regionial Medical Center
  Zischke, both of Michican; 10 grandchildren; and 10 great-           in Danville. He was 63. Born in Lincoln County on Jan. 29,
  grandchildren. Services were Sept. 20 at Bernard Funeral             1943, he was the son of the late James W. and Martha
  Home in Russell Springs by Bro. Dennis Price.                        Lunsford Peek. He was an auto mechanic, a member of
                                                                       Watts Chapel Baptist Church and a Kentucky Colonel.
PATRICK, CLINTON A. PATRICK, 81. Clinton Andrew Patrick of             Survivors include his wife, Susie Emerson Peek; two sons,
  Eubank died Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2007 at the V.A. Medical            George Thomas Peek (and Donna) of Lancaster and Andrew
  Center in Lexington. He was 81. Born in Duck Run on Nov.             Kyle Peek of Danville; a daughter, Lea Padgett (and Daniel) of
  20, 1925, he was the son of the late LeviMorgan and Maude            Kings Mountain; two sisters, Nell Deatherage of Stanford and
  Creekmore Patrick. He was a carpenter and bricklayer, a              Ruth Ryan of Danville; and two grandchildren, Ramsey Peek
  member of Northside Baptist Church and a musician. He was            and Madelyn Witte. He was preceded in death by four
  a World War II veteran, serving in the U.S. Army. Survivors          brothers, Frank Peek, Richard Peek, James Peek and Ed
  include his wife, Glyn Lee Patrick; a daughter, Patricia (and        Peek; five sisters, Jessie Cooper, Tabitha Leathers, Angie
  William) Baugh of Science Hill; a son, Garry (and Brenda)            Record, Olive Peek and Elizabeth Peek; and a daughter,
  Patrick of Science Hill; three grandchildren, Kyle Baugh of          Martha Suzanne Peek. Funeral services were Jan. 12 at
  Whiteville, Tenn., Myla (and Michael) Broyles of Richmond,           Watts Chapel Baptist Church in Crab Orchard by the Revs.
  and Wayne (and Regina) Patrick of Science Hill; a great-             Harold McClaren and Dan Gutenson and Chaplin Gary Story.
  granddaughter, Kayla Baugh of Cleveland, Tenn.; two sisters,         Burial was in Buffalo Springs Cemetery. Pallbearers were
  Fayrene Tackett of Hopkinsville and Blanche (and Troy) Keith         Fred Short, Jeff Short, R.W. Gilbert, Ronald Baird, Tommy
  of Eubank. He was preceded in death by a son, Russell                Bourne, Bobby Barrick, David Irvin and Ron Satterley.
  Patrick; a brother, Claude Patrick; and three sisters, Fleda         Honorary pallbearers were Sue Fowler, Lea Shepard
  Manning, Retha Sutton and Alma Blevins. Funeral services             Woodridge, Joyce Combs, Ramsey Peek, Maddie White,
  were Sept. 29 at Morris and Hislope Funeral Home by Bro.             Brittany Raiza and Georgette Covey. Memorial contributions
  David Muse. Burial was in Buncombe Cemetery.                         are suggested to Huntingtons Disease Society of America,
PATTERSON, JANICE PATTERSON. Janice Patterson of                       505 Eighth Ave., New York, NY 10018; or Heritage Hospice,
  Middleburg died Saturday, Sept. 1, 2007 at the University of         P.O. Box 1213, Danville, KY 40423. Spurlin Funeral Home in
  Kentucky Medical Center in Lexington from injuries sustained         Stanford was in charge of arrangements.
  in a car accident. She was 52. Born in Rockcastle County on        PEMBERTON, ALMA BEATRICE "BEA" PEMBERTON. Alma
  Aug. 21, 1955, she was the daughter of the late James                Beatrice "Bea" Roberts Pemberton, formerly of Hustonville,
  Herbert and Mary Kathleen Brown Robbins. She was a                   died Tuesday, June 26, 2007 at Christian Care Center of
  member of Indian Creek Baptist Church. Survivors include
   Lancaster. She was 90. Born in Casey County on July 17,            preceded in death by a son, Ricky Lynn Pevley; a brother,
   1916, she was the daughter of the late Walter and Maggie           Junior Pevley; and four sisters, Mable Meeks, Lizzie Buis,
   Leathers Roberts. She was the widow of Earl Granison               Emer Douglas and Suzie Pevley. Funeral services were April
   Pemberton. Survivors include two sons, Earl Van (and Betty)        7 at Worldstown Church of God by J.R. Fields and Floying
   Pemberton of Junction City and J.W. "Dub" (and Brenda)             Thompson Bohan. Burial was in South Fork Cemetery. Stith
   Pemberton of Hustonville; nine daughters, Alice Jean (and          Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
   Roger) Hopton of Shelby, Ohio, Martha Jane (and Bernie)
   Schaefer of Sebring, Ohio, Beulah Gay (and Cecil)               PHELPS, JACKIE GLENN PHELPS. Jackie Glenn Phelps of
   Pendergraft, Rose Marie (and Glen) Traylor, Carol Jo (and         Liberty died Monday, Nov. 19, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell
   Johnny) Reed, and Vina June Brown, all of Hustonville,            Regional Medical Center. He was 39. Born in Lebanon on
   Marilyn Ann Mills of Danville, and Alma Inez (and Larry)          Jan. 27, 1968, he was the son of Delmer "Dee" and Christine
   Goode and Ruby Irene Jessie, both of Stanford; a brother,         Langford Phelps of Liberty. He was a farmer and a member
   Hershel Roberts of Moreland; three sisters, Letha Rousey of       of Grace Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Tammy
   Danville, Jane Martin of Stanford and Marie Stroup of Central     Rakes Phelps; a daughter, Katie Phelps of Liberty; two
   City; 27 grandchildren, 45 great-grandchildren and two great-     sisters, Charlene (and Harlan) Cross and Carol (and Johnny)
   great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two             Gooch, both of Liberty; and two brothers, Edward and Jim
   grandsons. Services were June 29 by G.W. Smith. Burial was        Phelps, both of Liberty. He was preceded in death by a
   in Hustonville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Johnny Reed,            brother, William Phelps. Graveside services were Nov. 21 at
   Larry Goode, Jason Reed, Shannon Brown, Edwin Allen and           Wilson Cemetery by the Rev. Edward Parton. Pallbearers
   Chad Traylor. Honorary pallbearers were the staff at the          were Thomas Ray Johnson, Billy Ray Johnson, Bobby
   Christian Care Center.                                            Johnson, Joe and Scotty Phelps and Danny Tapscott.
                                                                     Honorary pallbearers were his brothers, sisters, nieces and
PERKINS, GLADYS MAE PERKINS. Gladys Mae Perkins of                   nephews. Bartle Funeral Home Liberty was in charge of
  Hustonville died Thursday, Jan. 18, 2007 at Ft. Logan              arrangements.
  Hospital. She was 80. Born in Casey County on March 2,
  1926, she was the daughter of the late Eaf and Grace             PHELPS, JACKIE GLENN PHELPS. Jackie Glenn Phelps of
  Randolph Clark. She was a homemaker and the widow of               Liberty died Monday, Nov. 19, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell
  John Riley Perkins. Survivors include two sons, Clarence           Regional Medical Center. He was 39. Born in Lebanon on
  Perkins of Muscle Shoals, Ala. and Carroll Perkins of              Jan. 27, 1968, he was the son of Delmer "Dee" and Christine
  Hustonville; two brothers, Fred Clark of Stamping Ground and       Langford Phelps of Liberty. He was a farmer and a member
  Earnest Clark of Hustonville; two sisters, Hazel Terry and         of Grace Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Tammy
  Beulah Brown, both of Cincinnati; three grandchildren; and         Rakes Phelps; a daughter, Katie Phelps of Liberty; two
  three great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by            sisters, Charlene (and Harlan) Cross and Carol (and Johnny)
  three brothers, Ted, Kenneth and Clarence Clark; and a             Gooch, both of Liberty; and two brothers, Edward and Jim
  sister, Florence Clark. Funeral services were Jan. 21 at           Phelps, both of Liberty. He was preceded in death by a
  Bartle Funeral Home Chapel. Burial was in New Salem                brother, William Phelps. Graveside services were Nov. 21 at
  Cemetery.                                                          Wilson Cemetery by the Rev. Edward Parton. Pallbearers
                                                                     were Thomas Ray Johnson, Billy Ray Johnson, Bobby
PERRIN, SHARON KAYE PERRIN. Sharon Kaye Perrin of Mt.                Johnson, Joe and Scotty Phelps and Danny Tapscott.
  Vernon died Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2007 at St. Joseph Hospital.        Honorary pallbearers were his brothers, sisters, nieces and
  She was 43. Born in Harrodsburg on Sept. 19, 1964, she was         nephews. Bartle Funeral Home Liberty was in charge of
  the daughter of Clarence Griffin of Crab Orchard and the late      arrangements.
  Mattie Treadway Griffin. She was a certified nursing
  assistant. Survivors include her husband, James Lynn Perrin;     PHILLIPPE, JANIS M. PHILLIPPE. Janis M. Phillippe of Kings
  two sons, John Ryan of Crab Orchard and Joey Miller of              Mountain (Grove Ridge) died Monday, Jan. 22, 2007 at Casey
  Orlando; a daughter, Evelyn Warren of Somerset; six                 County Hospital. He was 71. Born in Waynesburg on July 17,
  grandchildren, John Ryan Jr., Kaitlyn Polston, Sara Ryan,           1935, he was the son of the late Jacob and Mae Owens
  Aliza Johnson, and Jeremiah and Clayton Nathaniel Powell.           Phillippe. He was a retired school teacher and principal, a
  She was preceded in death by a brother, Ricky Dale Griffin.         member of Middleburg Baptist Church, an ordained deacon
  Funeral services were Nov. 12 at First Baptist Church of            and a Kentucky Colonel. Survivors include his wife, Geraldine
  Yosemite by the Revs. Joe Warren and Gene Gentry. Burial            Watts Phillippe; a daughter, Lisa Peek (and Steven) of Kings
  was in First Baptist Church of Yosemite Cemetery.                   Mountain; two grandchildren, Shane Russell Peek and Kendra
  Pallbearers were Jamie Perrin, Eric Penix, Kenny and Kevin          Nicole Peek, both of Kings Mountain; four sisters, Gladys
  Griffin, Gary Way-ne King and Kenny Miller. Bartle Funeral          Emerson of Liberty, Orpha Godbey of Owenton, Beulah
  Home Liberty was in charge of arrangements.                         Williams of Middleburg and Norma Jean Ashley of Eubank;
                                                                      and two brothers, Jesse Phillippe of Versailles, Ind. and the
PEVLEY, JOE FLOYD PEVLEY. Joe Floyd Pevley of Junction                Rev. J.R. Phillippe of Clay City. He was preceded in death by
  City died Wednesday, April 4, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell              a sister, Anna Bess Mandel. Funeral services were Jan. 25 at
  Regional Medical Center. He was 69. Born in Casey County            Middleburg Baptist Church by the Revs. Curtis Brock and
  on April 13, 1937, he was a son of the late George Robert and       Chris Dalton. Burial was in Grove Ridge Cemetery.
  Ada May Sallee Pevley. He was a retired carpenter and               Pallbearers were Russell Rodgers, Randy Watts, Ricky Watts,
  farmer and a member of Worldstown Church of God for 40              Daniel Rigney, Harold Wilson and P.D. Lanham. Honorary
  years. Survivors include his wife, Barbara Sue Bowmer               pallbearers were Cecil Hatter, Bobbie Caron, Dean Rigney,
  Pevley; three sons, Robert (and Cindy) Pevley of Winchester,        Melvin Cravens, Harold Buis, Robert Austin, William
  Joe Floyd (and Tammy) Pevley of Liberty and Jonathan                Shoopman, Billie and Jared Watts, John Peek, Steve Roach,
  Pevley of Junction City; three daughters, Barbara (and              Ronald Allen, Tommy Jankowski, Wayne Jankowski, S.N.
  James) Wiechart of Danville, Marcia (and Arvin) Coleman of          Neal, Bro. Hershel Luttrell, Bro. Onva Hayes, Larry Luttrell
  Junction City and Jeanette (and Chris) Adams of Perryville; a       and Dennis Stuckee.
  brother, James Pevley of Danville; a sister, Lullie Meeks of
  Liberty; 14 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. He was      PHILLIPPE, JESSE E. PHILLIPPE. Jesse E. Phillippe of
                                                                      Versailles, Ind. died Thursday, Aug. 16, 2007 at the Dearborn
   County Hospital in Lawrenceburg. He was 81. Born in Liberty           Minnie McFarland Pittman. He was the owner of Pittman Tree
   on June 17, 1926, he was the son of the late Jake and Nina            Wholesales and a member of GodÕs Friendship Chapel in
   Mae Owens Phillippe. He was a U.S. Army World War II                  Campbellsville. Survivors include his wife, Helen Babbs
   veteran, and a member of Shelby Christian Church, Versailles          Pittman; two daughters, Rebecca Sue Pittman and Helen
   American Legion and the Versailles Masonic Lodge. He was a            Roseann Jefferson, both of Campbellsville; two sons, James
   bus driver for South Ripley schools, owned and operated the           Allen Pittman of Wynn, Ark. and Delmar Edward Pittman Jr. of
   Phillippe Oil Co., and was a feed sales representative for Ag         Campbellsville; six grandchildren; two brothers, David Pittman
   Land. Survivors include his wife, Virginia Durham Phillippe; a        of Liberty and Edward T. Pittman of Pekin, Ind.; and six
   son, Jay Phillippe (and Leeanna) of Versailles, Ind.; a               sisters, Frances Tryon of Indianapolis, Ind., Martha Griffith of
   daughter, Rita Speigelhalder (and George) of Crothersville,           Science Hill, Ruth Bryant of Liberty, Susan Penix of Salem,
   Ind.; three grandchildren, Megan and A.J. Phillippe and               Ind., Kimberly Pittman of Pekin, Ind. and Melissa Martin of
   Jessica Speigelhalder; a brother, J.R. Phillippe of Clay City;        Borden, Ind. He was preceded in death by three brothers,
   and four sisters, Gladys Emerson and Beulah Williams, both            Maurice Passmore, James Pittman and William D. Pittman.
   of Liberty, Orpha Godbey of Carrollton, and Norma Jean                Funeral services were Aug. 19 at McKinney-Brown Funeral
   Ashley of Eubank. He was preceded in death by a brother,              Home by Bro. Clifford DeHart. Burial was in Poplar Springs
   Janis Phillippe; and a sister, Anna Bess Mandel. Funeral              Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ray Hadley, Phillip Tenney,
   services were Aug. 19 at Stratton Karsteter Funeral Home in           James Pittman, Donnie Walker, Russell Jefferson and Edward
   Versailles, Ind. by the Rev. Mark Walker with Masonic                 Pittman.
   services by the Versailles Masonic Lodge. Burial was in Cliff
   Hill Cemetery with military graveside rites by the Versailles      PITTMAN, HALEY ELIZABETH ARMINDA PITTMAN. Haley
   American Legion. Memorial contributions were suggested to             Elizabeth Arminda Pittman, the daughter of Thomas Jr. and
   the American Lung Association or the Shelby Christian                 Sally Couch Pittman of Liberty, died Monday, Oct. 29, 2007.
   Church in care of the funeral home.                                   She was 5 weeks old. She was born Sept. 19, 2007. In
                                                                         addition to her parents, survivors include four brothers, Alex,
PHILLIPS, CLIFTON PHILLIPS. Clifton “Gene” Phillips of                   Derek, T.J. and Seber Pittman; a sister, Sally Couch; her
   Louisville died Thursday, Nov. 29, 2007. He was 75. Born in           grandparents, Loucinda Lewis of Nicholasville and Mary and
   Casey County on Nov. 10, 1932, he was the son of the late             Tommy Pittman of Liberty; and several aunts, uncles and
   James “Otis” Phillips and Audie Cochran Phillips Weber. He            cousins. She was preceded in death by a sister, Ruth.
   was a self-employed concrete finisher and a U.S. Army                 Funeral services were Nov. 2 at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by
   veteran of the Korean conflict. He was a member of the                Bro. Ed Johns. Burial was in Peavey Cemetery. Pallbearers
   Robinson Masonic Lodge #266 and of VFW Post #1181.                    were Emmett Couch and Seber Couch.
   Survivors include his wife, Mary Phillips; four daughters,
   Debra Phillips, Lori Hines, Elana Phillips and Denise Ray; a       POLSTON, JUANITA POLSTON. Juanita Polston of Liberty died
   sister, Sue Buck of Liberty; a brother, Lonnie Phillips; and six     Saturday, Sept. 8, 2007 at Liberty Care Center. She was 74.
   grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a sister, Virginia        Born in Russell County on May 7, 1933, she was the daughter
   Cochran; and two brothers, Dean Phillips and James Curtis            of the late Joe Tom and Martha Bell Polston. She was a
   Phillips. Funeral services were Dec. 1 at the Hardy Valley           retired teacher in Bullitt County and was a member of Liberty
   Funeral Home. Burial was in Bethany Memorial Cemetery in             First Baptist Church. Survivors include three brothers, Roy
   Louisville.                                                          and Bob Polston, both of Louisville, and Ed Polston of Tampa,
                                                                        Fla.; and two sisters, Wanda Kirchhoff of Danville and Lucille
PIERCE, NANCY L. PIERCE, January 9, 2008. Nancy L. Pierce               Blakey of Hustonville. Funeral services are today (Sept. 12)
   of Fairfield, Ohio died Monday, Dec. 31, 2007 at Hillandale          at 11 a.m. central time at Bernard Funeral Home in Russell
   Health Care. She was 69. Born in Cincinnati on Jan. 5, 1938,         Springs by Bro. Larry Polston. Burial will be in Jamestown
   she was a daughter of the late Joseph and Mary Dardeen               Cemetery.
   Shelley. She was a member of Grace Baptist Church.
   Survivors include her husband, Donald J. Pierce; two sons,         PONDER, MICHAEL LYNN PONDER. Michael Lynn Ponder of
   Donald M. (and Betsy) Pierce and Ronald T. (and Teresa)              Green County died Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2007 at his home.
   Everman; two sisters, Shirley McGuffey and Carol Schimpf;            He was 53. Born in Casey County on April 7, 1953, he was
   and three grandchildren, Kayla and Austin Everman and                the son of the late David Pendelton Ponder and Dorothy
   Brooklyn Pierce. Funeral services were Jan. 3 at Paul R.             Frances Tarter Ponder. Survivors include his wife, Rebecca
   Young Funeral Home in Ohio. Burial was in Crown Hill                 Jo Patterson Ponder; three daughters, Tammy (and Thor)
   Memorial Park.                                                       Polley, April Ponder and Heather (and Greg) Ervin, all of
                                                                        Greensburg; six grandchildren, Breanna McAllister,
PIERCE, ORPHA F. PIERCE, 93. Orpha Frances Pierce of                    Andreanna McAllister, Lorian McAllister, Bailey Mosby, Lexi
   Muncie, Ind. died Sunday, Oct. 7, 2007 at the Renaissance            Ervin and Michael Lane Ervin, all of Greensburg; two step-
   Rehabilitation Center. She was 93. Born in Russell County on         grandchildren, Alyah and Colton Polley of Franklin; a brother,
   Jan. 31, 1914, she was the daughter of the late Cyrenius W.          David (and Diann) Ponder of Liberty; a mother-in-law,
   and Arizona Foley Tarter. She attended Wesleyan Chapel               Kathleen Patterson of Greensburg; five brothers-in-law, David
   Church and was the widow of Otis Pierce. Survivors include           (and Caffee) Patter-son, Matthew (and Colena) Patterson,
   two daughters, Mary Frances Pierce and Joan (and Harry)              James (and Connie) Patterson, and Daniel (and Debbie)
   Cartwright; two granddaughters, Amy and Sally Cartwright; a          Patterson, all of Greensburg, and Mark (and Anne) Patterson
   sister, Lola Hatfield; and several nieces and nephews. She           of Camp-bellsville. He was preceded in death by a brother-in-
   was preceded in death by two brothers, Elbie and Homer               law, Nathan Patterson; and a father-in-law, Theodore
   Tarter; and two sisters, Velma Thompson and Mary Huff.               Patterson. Funeral services were Feb. 16 at Cowherd and
   Funeral services are today (Oct. 10) at McKinney-Brown               Parrott Funeral Home by Bros. Larry Wisdom and Oden
   Funeral Home. Burial will be in Antioch Cemetery.                    Bagby, and Dr. Gary Ervin. Burial was in Marcum Cemetery
                                                                        with military rites. Pallbearers were David T. Ponder, Daniel
PITTMAN, DELMAR EDWARDS PITTMAN SR. Delmar Edward                       Patterson, James Patterson, Derek Pond-er, Mark Patterson,
   Pittman Sr. of Campbellsville died Thursday, Aug. 16, 2007 at        David Patterson, David P. Ponder and Matthew Patterson.
   Taylor Regional Hospital. He was 61. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio        Honorary pallbearers were Joe D. Blakeman, Arlin Downey,
   on Feb. 5, 1946, he was the son of the late Edward and
   Darrell Flinn, Tammy Jones, Prisilla DeSpain, Mich-ael             Wayne (and Betty) Emerson, and Dale (and Joyce) Emerson,
   Patterson, Billy Babb, Chris Durham, Paul Jones, Jerry Dile,       both of Campbellsville; nine step-children, Patricia Reed of
   J.W. Rattliff, Tony Matney, Dee Fair and Rosie Edwards.            Mannsville, Judy Antle of Jamestown, Jerry Cox of
   Memorial contributions are suggested to Gideon Bible Fund or       Campbellsville, Ruth Bryant, Hazel Sharp, Chole Lay and Vitis
   Hospice of Central Kentucky.                                       Emerson, all of Liberty, Ruby Bristow of Washington and
                                                                      Kermit Emerson of Indiana; nine grandchildren, Gerald Ford,
PREWITT, SYLVIA KAY PREWITT. Sylvia Kay Prewitt of                    Rebecca Steuck, Kent Ford, Leslie Sharp, Tommy Emerson,
  Harrodsburg died Thursday, Jan. 25, 2007 at the University of       Marsha Canady, David Lee Hayes, Teresa Lee and Christa
  Kentucky Medical Center. She was 63. Born in Casey County           Edwards; 27 great-grandchildren; 16 great-great-
  on Feb. 20, 1943, she was the daughter of William Coy               grandchildren; three step-grandchildren, Lisa Wade, Donna
  Gibson of Liberty and the late Ollie McFarland Gibson. She          Sanders and Marsha Gail Fields; a brother, Tommy McElroy
  was an employee of Trim Masters and a member of the                 (and Rose) of Springfield; and a sister, Betty Shepherd of
  Sawnee Run Baptist Church. In addition to her father,               Indiana. She was preceded in death by four grandchildren,
  survivors include her husband, Stanley ÒBudÓ Prewitt; her           Phyllis Anne Rainwater, Gary Hayes, Russell Emerson and
  step-mother, Ollie Buck Gibson of Liberty; a son, Randy             Carper Hayes Jr.; a great-grandson, Daniel Ray Canady;
  Prewitt of Harrodsburg; three daughters, Teresa Reeves of           three step-children, Stanley Emerson, Hafford Emerson and
  Lawrenceburg, Sandy (and Bill) Sanders of Burgin and Tina           Gladys Wilson; and four sisters, Anna Rose Whitock, Lettie
  (and Brian) Malinao of Harrodsburg; a brother, William (and         Wethington, Opal Waggner and Helen King. Funeral services
  Sue) Stafford of Bradfordsville; four half-brothers, Onie (and      were March 26 at Parrott and Ramsey Funeral Home in
  Judy) Gibson and David (and Sue) Gibson, both of Ohio,              Campbellsville by the Rev. Ronda Arnett. Burial was in
  Danny (and Linda) Gibson of Liberty and Gary Gibson of              Campbellsville Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were Tommy
  Liberty; a step-brother, Jimmy (and Brenda) Sandusky of             Edwards, Tommy Emerson, Gerald Ford, Kent Ford, David
  Liberty; three sisters, Rachel Estep of Tennessee, Norma            Lee Hayes, Travis Lee, Shawn Rainwater and Dan Steuck.
  Turner of Liberty and Betty (and Herman) Buck of Indiana; five
  grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. She was             PROPES, ROBERT WAYNES PROPES. Robert Wayne Propes
  preceded in death by a half-brother, Lonnie Gibson; and two        of Liberty died Sunday, Jan. 21, 2007 at his home. He was 53.
  sisters, Barbara Derringer and Josephine Gibson. Funeral           Born May 6, 1953 in Lincoln County, he was the son of Ruby
  services were Jan. 28 at the Shawnee Run Baptist Church by         Propes of Liberty and the late Hobert Propes. He was a
  Bro. Ralph Neal. Burial was in Shawnee Run Baptist Church          former farmer and saw mill worker and of the Pentecostal
  Cemetery. Pallbearers were Tony Yocum, William Brown,              faith. In addition to this mother, survivors include a son,
  Donnie Cocanougher, Donnie Webb, Scottie Anderson and              Anthony Terry of Lexington; a daughter, Tonya Terry of
  Roy Lee Sanders Sr. Memorial contributions are suggested           Lexington; six brothers, Eugene Propes, Donald (and Shirley)
  to Heritage Hospice, P.O. Box 1213, Danville, KY 40423;            Propes, Norman (and Freda) Propes, Edgar (and Nancy)
  Gideons International, P.O. Box 176, Harrodsburg, KY 40330;        Propes, all of Liberty, Darrell (and Phyllis) Propes of
  and Shawnee Run Baptist Church Building Fund, 1486                 Waynesburg, and L.C. Propes of Danville; five sisters, Brenda
  Shakertown Road, Harrodsburg, KY 40330.                            Luster of Hustonville, Linda (and Jerry) Payton and Elaine
                                                                     Johnson, both of Liberty, Alma (and Chuck) Schmiers of
PRICE, DONALD E. PRICE. Donald E. Price of Liberty died              Stanford and Kimberly Gayle Propes of Liberty. He was
   Friday, July 13, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical        preceded in death by two children, Kathy and Shaun Wayne;
   Center in Danville. He was 80. Born in Casey County on May        and two sisters, Joyce Ann and Angela Mae. Funeral
   12, 1927, he was the son of the late John F. and Mae Peyton       services will at 2 p.m., Friday (Jan. 26) at W.L. Pruitt Funeral
   Price. He was retired after 39 years with the U.S. Postal         Home by Bearl King. Burial will be in Poplar Grove Cemetery.
   Service as a mail carrier and a businessman. He was a             Pallbearers will be Brent Pendleton, Larry Mondie, Junior
   member of Liberty First Baptist Church and the Craftsman          Webb, Ricky Dale Peyton, Tim Rhodes, George Webb Jr. II
   Lodge #722, and a veteran of World War II. Survivors include      and Kenny Propes. Visitation is Thursday (Jan. 25) from 6 to 9
   his wife, Ruth Richards Price; two daughters, Susan Bernardi      p.m. .
   of Russell Springs and Donna Ledford of Liberty; two sons,
   Danny and David Price, both of Louisville; 11 grandchildren;    PURDOM, AGATHA W. PURDOM. Agatha W. Purdom of Liberty
   two great-grandchildren; and a sister, Nancy Wesley of            died Wednesday, July 18, 2007 at Casey County Hospital.
   Atlanta, Ga. He was preceded in death by an infant son; and       She was 81. Born in Casey County on April 13, 1926, she
   a brother, Jack Price. Funeral services were July 15 at           was the daughter of the late Leonard G. and Ella Mae Pierce
   McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Jimmy Brown. Burial           Weddle. She was a homemaker and a member of Liberty
   with military honors was in Glenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers        First Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband, Lewell
   were Dan, David, Casey, Corey and Sam Price, George and           Purdom; a brother, T.M. Weddle Sr. of Liberty; and several
   Don Ledford, Tom Bernardi, Chad and Jason Payne, Mike             nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a
   Jones and Nick Hartnett. Honorary pallbearers were Artis          brother, Eugene Weddle. Funeral services were July 20 at
   Tarter, Don Scanlon, Dr. A.F. Brown, Gary Daugherty, Dr.          McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Richard Easterling
   John R. Price, John, Jeff and William J. Wesley, and Barger,      and Bro. Jimmy Brown. Burial was in Casey County Memorial
   Sherman George and Dr. William F. Richards.                       Gardens. Pallbearers were Jeff Hatter, Andrew Weddle,
                                                                     Steve Wardrip, Scott Wardrip, Billy Weddle and Jerry Weddle.
PRICE, MATTIE PRICE. Mattie Emerson Price of Campbellsville
   died Friday, March 23, 2007 in Campbellsville. She was 91.      RADER, WILLIAM TERRILL RADER. William Terrill Rader of
   Born in Adair County on Feb. 17, 1916, she was the daughter       Wilmore died Sunday, March 11, 2007 at St. Joseph Hospital
   of the late Willis and Ada Burton McElroy. She attended the       in Lexington. He was 82. Born in Casey County on April 8,
   Lighthouse Tabernacle and was retired from Fruit of the Loom      1924, he was the son of the late Oscar and Berilla Roberts
   in Campbellsville. She was the widow of Tommy Emerson,            Rader. He was retired from I.B.M. in Lexington and a U.S.
   Charles Cox and Charlie Price. Survivors include four             Army veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wife,
   daughters, Eula (and Billy) Ford of Campbellsville, Imogean       Mildren Spaw Rader of Wilmore; two daughters, Paula
   Hayes and Velma (and Marvin) Martin, both of Liberty, and         Harrison of Nicholasville and Sue Stafford of Wilmore; a
   Leona (and Carper) Hayes of Jacksonville, Fla.; two sons,         sister, Alpha Kickliter of Danville; three grandchildren; and
   three great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by three        Chapel in Mooresville, Ind. Burial with military honors by the
   brothers. Funeral services will be today (March 14) at 2 p.m.       Mooresville American Legion were Dec. 17 at Mooresville
   at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Don Reed. Burial             Cemetery. Memorial contributions are suggested to the
   will be in Valley Oak Cemetery. Pallbearers will be David           Visiting Nurse Service, 4702 N. Keystone Ave., Indianapolis,
   Cole, Josh Hack, Brian Stafford, George Shoopman, Roy               IN 46205.
   Beasley and Ken Binder.
                                                                    RASNICK, CARL E. RASNICK. Carl E. Rasnick of Cincinnati
RANDOLPH, DELLA RANDOLPH. Della Randolph of Eubank                    died Sunday, March 18, 2007 at Bethesda North Hospital. He
  (Science Hill community) died Sunday, Sept. 16, 2007 at Lake        was 70. Born in Beckley, W.Va. on July 29, 1936, he was the
  Cumberland Regional Hospital. She was 74. Born in Perry,            son of the late Willie E. And Goldie Graham Rasnick. He was
  Ohio on Oct. 11, 1932, she was the daughter of the late             a retired equipment operator. Survivors include his wife,
  Eugene and Garnett Ruth Frye Lyons. She was an active               Thelma Wood Rasnick; a daughter, Sharon Caldwell of
  member of the First Church of the Nazarene of Somerset for          Cincinnati; a son, Steve Rasnick of Cincinnati; five
  over 40 years and had worked at Dagley's Food Market.               grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; three brothers, Billy
  Survivors include her husband, Wilford Earl Randolph; a             Rasnick of Nashville, Tenn., and Gary and Emery Rasnick,
  daughter, Garnetta (and Jeffrey) Taylor of Somerset; a              both of Cincinnati; four sisters, Juanita Graham of Stanton,
  granddaughter, Deborah Lynn Brewington of Eubank; a sister,         Va., Christine Hawk of Lake City, Fla, Joann Richardson of
  Patsy (and Bobby) Bortko of Stuart, Fla.; and several nieces        Cincinnati and Delores Schillion of Greendale, Ind. Funeral
  and nephews. She was preceded in death by an infant                 services are today (Wednesday) at 1 p.m. at Bartle Funeral
  daughter, Charlene June Randolph; and three brothers,               Home Chapel by the Rev. Bill Hill. Burial will be in New Salem
  Eugene Lyons Jr., Donald Lyons, and Richard Lyons. Funeral          Cemetery. Pallbearers are Tom and Wesley Caldwell,
  services were Sept. 19 at the Chapel of Lake Cumberland             Anthony Miracle and Carl Rasnick II.
  Funeral Home by the Rev. Hoke Robinson. Burial was in
  Whitis Cemetery in Nancy. Pallbearers were Eric Lyons,            RAYBORN, ESTHER RAYBORN. Esther Rayborn of Middleburg
  Norman Marcum, Casey Wesley, John T. Burton, Dave                   died Sunday, April 15, 2007 at Casey County Hospital. She
  Wernery, Charles Stogstill, Mike Sheron and Donnie Pierce.          was 71. Born in Mercer County on April 18, 1935, she was
  Honorary pallbearers were Gene Sowder, James Phillip                the daughter of the late Sherman and Nellie Mills Rigney.
  Wesley, James Peavly, J.R. Horn, James Sowder and Doug              She was a former employee of Liberty Sportswear and a
  Bates. Memorial contributions are suggested to the Della            member of Yosemite Baptist Church. Survivors include her
  Randolph Memorial Fund.                                             husband, Charles Rayborn; three sisters, Ann Hughes of
                                                                      Milan, Ind., Gladys Cross of Nicholasville and Vina Martin of
RANDOLPH, GLENN E. RANDOLPH. Glenn E. Randolph of                     Lexington; a niece, Penny Pennington of Stanford; and two
  Liberty died Monday, Jan. 29, 2007 at his home. He was 74.          great-nephews, Jordan and Christopher Pennington of
  Born in Casey County on Jan. 6, 1933, he was the son of the         Stanford. Graveside services were held April 17 at Brush
  late Virgil and Myrtle Whited Randolph. He was a retired            Creek Cemetery by Bro. Coy Rigney. Pallbearers were
  carpenter. Survivors include three sons, Glenn E. Randolph          Anthony Pennington, Abraham Penn-ington, William
  Jr. of Martinsville, Ind., Rick Dewayne Randolph of                 Pennington, Willie Pennington, Troy Pennington and Charles
  Mooresville, Ind. and Russell Stewart Randolph of Beattyville;      Archer. Memorial contributions may be made to a charity.
  three daughters, Shelia Randolph Miles of Camby, Ind.,              McKinney-Brown Funeral Home was in charge of
  Sherry Lynn Randolph Adams of Indianapolis and Angela               arrangements.
  Baker of Harrodsburg; a brother, Harold Randolph of
  Mooresville, Ind.; two sisters, Lucille Streeval and Violet       REED, VERNON M. REED. Vernon M. Reed of Hustonville died
  Wood, both of Liberty; a half-sister, Elna Vanoy of Stanford;       June 25, 2007 at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital. He
  24 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. He was              was 71. Born in Casey County on July 28, 1935, he was the
  preceded in death by two daughters, Taja and Glenna Rae             son of the late George and Mary M. Mullins Reed. He was a
  Randolph; four brothers, Charles, John, Shirley D. and Ronnie       farmer and a Kentucky Colonel. Survivors include a son,
  Randolph; a sister, Lois Baxter; a step-brother, Floyd              Kenny Reed; a brother, Jimmy Reed; a sister, Katherine
  Randolph; and three step-sisters, Lillian Edwards, Edith            Brown; a companion, Pauline Mullins, all of Hustonville; two
  Wilkinson and Katie Gifford. Funeral services were Feb. 2 at        grandchildren; and a great-granddaughter. Funeral services
  Bartle Funeral Home by Bro. Michael Cox. Burial was in              were June 28 at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by Bro. Marvin
  Poplar Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers were Gary, Justin and            Lane and Bro. Mitch Adams. Burial was in Hustonville
  Bradley Randolph, Ricky and Darrell Streeval and Jeff Baker.        Cemetery.

RANDOLPH, HAROLD C. RANDOLPH. Harold Coyd Randolph                  REESE, CHRISTINE K. REESE. Christine K. Reese of Danville
  of Mooresville, Ind. died Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2007 at the           died Friday, Nov. 9, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional
  Abbie Hunt Bryce Home in Indianapolis, Ind. He was 72. Born         Medical Center. She was 85. Born in Moreland on Dec. 15,
  in Casey County on Jan. 24, 1935, he was the son of the late        1921, she was the daughter of the late Raymond and Martha
  Virgil and Myrtle Whited Randolph. He was a mason, having           Fisher Fashauner. She had worked at Palm Beach and was a
  been employed with Randy Beard Construction and a welder            homemaker and a member of Saints Peter and Paul Catholic
  at Midwest Tank, as well as a member of the Eagles Lodge            Church. Survivors include her husband, Reed Reese; two
  and the Mooresville American Legion. He was a U.S. Air              daughters, Barbara (and O.C.) Currens of Lincoln County and
  Force veteran of the Korean War and the widower of Rita Huff        Rosemary (and David) Burden of Madisonville; a son, Carl
  Randolph. Survivors include four sons, Mike and Harold C.           (and Annette) Reese of Dallas, Texas; six grandchildren,
  Randolph Jr., both of Indianapolis, Ind., and David and Aaron       Kimberly Sanders, Jaime Godbey, Ross Burden, Sarah Price
  Randolph, both of Martinsville, Ind.; two daughters, Patricia       and Lauren and Audrey Reese; and two great-grandchildren,
  Randolph of Ohio and Leanne Siegrist of Camby, Ind.; two            Evan Sanders and Ryan Burden. Funeral services were Nov.
  sisters, Violet Wood and Lucille Streeval, both of Kentucky; 14     13 at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church by Father Patrick
  grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. He was                 Fitzsimons. Burial was in Bellevue Cemetery. Pallbearers
  preceded in death by seven brothers and eight sisters.              were Charles Price, Ross and David Burden, Jack Godbey,
  Funeral services were Dec. 14 at Carlisle and Son Funeral           O.C. Currens and James Sanders.
REYNOLDS, ROBERT EARL "SHERMAN" REYNOLDS. Robert                        of Waynesburg. He was preceded in death by his maternal
  Earl "Sherman" Reynolds of Waynesburg died Monday, July               grandfather, Eugene May; and his paternal grandparents,
  16, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in               Kenneth and Gay Richards. Funeral services were Sept. 17
  Danville. He was 60. Born in Waynesburg on Nov. 23, 1946,             at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by Bro. Michael Mullins. Burial
  he was the son of the late Byron Mercer and Nola Evelyn               was in Pilot Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bobby Todd
  Wesley Reynolds. He was a U.S. Air Force Vietnam veteran,             Richards, Alex and Dale Blevins, Lee Ferrell and Jeff, Tommy
  achieving the rank of sergeant and was a postal carrier for the       and Derek Harmon. Honorary pallbearers were Laura, Brian
  Waynesburg and Kings Mountain areas for more than 28                  and Stephen May, Danny, Steve, Charlie and Tony Richards,
  years. He was a founding member and captain of                        Bucky Ferrell and Roman Yoder.
  Waynesburg Rescue Squad, a former member of
  Waynesburg Ruritan Club, a member of the Pleasant View             RICHARDS, RUSSELL RICHARDS. Russell Richards of
  Baptist Church and a former deacon. He was a Kings                    Hustonville died Sunday, March 11, 2007 at Central Baptist
  Mountain Memorial basketball coach, a referee and umpire for          Hospital in Lexington. He was 75. Born in Casey County on
  local games. Survivors include his wife, Judy Padgett                 Dec. 24, 1931, he was the son of the late George and Etta
  Reynolds; a son, Robert "Robbie" Darrell Reynolds of                  Richards. He was a retired teacher from Cox School, where
  Jacksonville, Fla.; a daughter, Misty Dawn Reynolds of                he taught for 30 years, a farmer and a member of the First
  Georgetown; a brother, Byron Dean (and Barbara) Reynolds              Church of God in Hustonville. He was a U.S. Army veteran.
  of Durham, N.C.; and two sisters, Beverly Sue Murphy of               Survivors include his wife, Linda Richards; two sons, Bronson
  Kings Mountain and Nancy Kay (and Condy) Cook of                      Richards and Jason (and Mandy) Richards, both of
  Lexington. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Darrell          Hustonville; and two grandchildren, Austin Dewayne and
  Rickey and Byron Edison Reynolds; and a brother-in-law,               Alyssa Jade Richards. Funeral services are today (March 14)
  Kerry Curtis Murphy. Funeral services were July 21 at Barnett         at 1 p.m. at the First Church of God in Hustonville by Bros.
  & Demrow Funeral Home in Waynesburg by Bro. Aaron                     Marvin Hatton and James Cobb. Burial will be in Hustonville
  Hogue and Kerry Jones. Burial was in Double Springs                   Cemetery. Pallbearers are Doug Beldon, Doug Lewis, Jason
  Cemetery with military honors by Caswell Saufley Post #18 &           and Bronson Richards, Mike Candler, Dwight Griffin, Steve
  the Right-Patterson Air Force Honor Guard. Pallbearers were           Richards and Mark Sharp. Honorary pallbearers are Chubby
  Michael Dean Reynolds, Michael Kerry Murphy, Patrick Curtis           Beard, Bill Wilson, Buster Watts, Charles Brown, David
  Murphy, Byron Kelly Murphy, Jason Perkins and Kevin                   Savage, Larry Stevens, Bucky Ferrell, Buddy Walls and Derek
  Perkins. Honorary pallbearers were Bradley Padgett, Chase             and Tony Richards. W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home in Moreland is
  Padgett, William Padgett, Clarence Perkins, Dave Vincent,             in charge of arrangements.
  Larry Padgett, Gary Padgett, and Kerry Murphy. Memorial            RIGNEY, JOHN H. RIGNEY. John Harrison Rigney of Liberty
  contributions are suggested to Waynesburg Rescue Squad or             died Friday, May 11, 2007 at his home. He was 81. Born in
  American Cancer Society's Relay for Life.                             Casey County on July 25, 1925, he was the son of the late
RICH, William E. Rich, 79. William "Billy" Elzie Rich of Columbus,      William Edgar and Mattie Lee Shelton Rigney. He was a
   Ga., formerly of Casey County, died Friday, March 2, 2007 at         retired carpenter and co-owner of Rigney's Grocery in
   St. Francis Hospital in Columbus. He was 79. Born on Sept.           Yosemite. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army. Survivors
   17, 1927 in Casey County, he was the son of the late Lat and         include his wife, Faye Wilkinson Rigney; two sons, John H.
   Mattie Cundiff Rich. He was a retired U.S. Army veteran of           Rigney III (and Donna) of Liberty, and Jerry Douglas Rigney
   the Korean and Vietnam wars. Survivors include a sister,             (and Sharon) of Brandenburg; seven grandchildren; 17 great-
   Faye McAninch of Somerset; and two brothers, Dan Rich of             grandchildren; a great-grandchild; and two brothers, Earl
   Carlisle and Ted Rich of Louisville. He was preceded in death        Rigney of Lexington and Ed Rigney of Memphis, Tenn. He
   by two brothers, Harris and Samuel Rich. Funeral services            was preceded in death by three sisters and five brothers.
   were March 6 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by the Bro.              Funeral services were May 15 at Bartle Funeral Home Liberty
   Clifford DeHart. Burial was in Antioch Cemetery with military        by Carl Roller, and Russell and Coy Rigney. Burial was in
   honors.                                                              Brush Creek Cemetery.

RICHARDS, JASON ODELL RICHARDS. Jason Odell Richards                 RITCHIE, WILLIAM WILSON RITCHIE. William Wilson Ritchie of
   of Hustonville died Wednesday, June 13, 2007 in Fayette              Harrodsburg died Friday, Jan. 5, 2007 at his home. He was
   County, Ohio. He was 34. Born in Boyle County on June 9,             69. Born in Spencer County on April 8, 1937, he was the son
   1973, he was the son of Linda Snow Richards and the late             of the late James Albert and Lula Chesser Ritchie. He was a
   Russell Richards. He was a self-employed gate hauler. In             former employee of ATR and a U.S. Army veteran of the
   addition to his mother, survivors include his wife, Mandy            Cuban Missile Crisis. Survivors include his wife, Margaret
   Peyton Richards; a son, Austin Richards; a daughter, Alyssa          Edwards Ritchie; three sons, William (Butch) Ritchie of
   Richards; and a brother, Bronson Richards, all of Hustonville.       Junction City, Mark Ritchie of Burgin and Marty Ritchie of
   Funeral services were June 17 at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home            Harrodsburg; five daughters, Vicki Tatum and Annie Lunsford,
   by Bro. Marvin Hatton. Burial was in Huston-ville Cemetery.          both of Harrodsburg, Lori Ritchie of Junction City, Libby
   Pallbearers were Bucky Ferrell, Greg Thomas, Jamie                   Ritchie of Lawrenceburg and Tammy Parker of Lexington; 22
   Pendergraft, Wayne Reed, Buddy Walls and Bronson                     grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. He was preceded
   Richards. Honorary pallbearers were Mike Kennedy, Ricky              in death by a brother, James Ritchie. Funeral services were
   Cutter, Johnnie Crowe, David Savage and Shea Pendygraft.             Jan. 9 at Bartle Funeral Home Chapel by Bro. Bearl King.
                                                                        Burial was in Tapscott Cemetery with military rites performed
RICHARDS, KENNY DUANE RICHARDS. Kenny Duane                             by the Casey County Funeral Squad. Pallbearers were
   Richards of Liberty died Thursday, Sept. 13, 2007 in                 Charlie Ritchie, Jeremy Griffith, Jesse Grubbs, John Parker
   Washington County. He was 18. . Born in Somerset on May              and Josh Sargent. Honorary pallbearers were David
   6, 1989, he was the son of Derek Richards (and Sandra                Lunsford, Gary Tatum, Frankie and Kevin Edwards, Pete and
   Norris) of Springfield and Christine Helen May (and Jeffrey          Rex McQueary and Lloyd Lewis. .
   Harmon) of Liberty. In addition to his parents, survivors
   include his sister, Laken Michelle (and Michael) Coleman of       ROBERTS, DORA C. "DOCK" ROBERTS. Dora C. "Dock"
   Eubank; and his maternal grandmother, Charlotte Mary May            Roberts of South Fork Creek died Friday, June 1, 2007 at
                                                                       Haggin Hospital in Harrodsburg. He was 92. Born in Casey
   County on Oct. 31, 1914, he was the son of the late Henry             Marshell Garrett, Harold Cleary, Jackie Overstreet, Darrell
   and Aleena Spaw Roberts. He was a farmer and was retired              Woods and Lowell Patton.
   from the Department of State Highways. He was a member of
   the Westside Christian Church and was the widower of Effie         RODGERS, FRED E. RODGERS. Fred E. Rodgers of Liberty
   Rainwater Roberts. Survivors include four daughters, Brenda          died Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2007 from injuries sustained in an
   White of Elizabethtown, Linda Streeval of Fairfield, Ohio,           automobile accident. He was 80. Born in Liberty on Dec. 24,
   Donna Warfield of Lexington and Dora Tompkins of                     1926, he was the son of the late William L. and Villa Jane
   Georgetown; five grandchildren, Vin Streeval, Ralph Clay             Hendrickson Rodgers. He was a senior insurance adjuster, a
   Byrd, and Luke, Billy and Christina Tompkins; three great-           U.S. Army World War II veteran, and a member of Liberty
   grandchildren, Sommer Streeval, Bradley Wyatt and Anna               United Methodist Church, Liberty Kiwanis, Masonic Lodge and
   Tompkins; and a sister, Sarah Beasley of Burgin. He was              Gideon International. He was the husband of Maggie DeLois
   preceded in death by a grandchild, Mathew White; two                 Cain Rodgers and the father of Freddie E. Rodgers II, who
   brothers, Marion and Zora Roberts; and five sisters, Lola            also died Wednesday. Survivors include five sons, Jimmie
   Bowmer, Tiona Toms, Mary Dye, Lorene Owens and Rill                  Lee Rodgers of Seattle, Wash., Danny C. Rodgers of West
   Rader. Funeral services were June 4 at McKinney-Brown                Point, John Lillard Rodgers of Louisville, William "Billy" Miles
   Funeral Home by Bro. Henry White. Burial was in Spaw                 Rodgers of Greensburg and Ronald Arthur Rodgers of
   Cemetery. Pallbearers were Vin Streeval, Ralph Clay Byrd,            Cheyenne, Wyo.; two brothers, J.Q. Rodgers of Liberty and
   Luke Tompkins, Sommer Streeval, Roy Beasley and Killes               W.L. Rodgers Jr. of Lancing, Ohio; four sisters, Iva Lee True
   Emerson. Honorary pallbearers were Gerald Shoopman, Ray              of Liberty, Imo Jane Douglas of Kings Mountain, Georgeanna
   Beasley, Otis Patterson and George Owens.                            Robinson of Fayetteville, Tenn. and Johnnye June Powers of
                                                                        Fairfield, Ohio; 13 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.
ROBERTS, PAUL W. ROBERTS. Paul Wayne Roberts of Liberty                 Funeral services were Aug. 19 at Liberty United Methodist
  died Sunday, Sept. 2, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional               Church by the Revs. Bruce Lee and Jim Powell. Burial was in
  Medical Center in Danville. He was 69. Born in Casey County           Glenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Josh, Jeremy,
  on Feb. 4, 1938, he was the son of the late Gilbert Newton            Michael and Bryan Rodgers, Matt True and Adam Cain.
  and Mary Elizabeth Douglas Roberts. He was retired from               Bartle Funeral Home Liberty was in charge of arrangements.
  General Electric, was of the Pentecostal faith and a U.S. Army
  veteran. Survivors include two brothers, Charley Meeks of           RODGERS, FREDDIE E. RODGERS. Freddie E. Rodgers II of
  Middleburg and Tom Roberts of Shelbyville, Ind.; five sisters,        Liberty died Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2007 from injuries
  Nina Calhoun of Danville, Mary Sanders of Liberty, Betty              sustained in an automobile accident. He was 58. Born in
  Breaden of Greenville, Ind., Marcella Jones of Shelbyville, Ind.      Liberty on March 15, 1949, he was the son of Fred E. and
  and Laura Garmon of Geneseo, Ill. He was preceded in death            Maggie DeLois Cain Rodgers, who both died on Wednesday.
  by an infant son. Funeral services are today (Sept. 5) at 3           He was a retired cashier at Casey County Bank and a
  p.m. at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. J.L. Skaggs.              member of Liberty United Methodist Church. Survivors
  Burial will be in Trace Fork Cemetery with military rites.            include a daughter, Amanda Dawn Rodgers Wilcher of
                                                                        Dayton, Ohio; a son, Marcus Benjamin Rodgers of Dunnville;
ROBERTSON, MARYLAND VICTOR ROBERTSON. Maryland                          five brothers, Jimmie Lee Rodgers of Seattle, Wash., Danny
  Victor Robertson of Middleburg, Fla. died Thursday, July 26,          C. Rodgers of West Point, John Lillard Rodgers of Louisville,
  2007 at Orange Park Medical Center. He was 65. Born in                William "Billy" Miles Rodgers of Greensburg and Ronald
  Lincoln County on Oct. 24, 1941, he was the son of Nellie             Arthur Rodgers of Cheyenne, Wyo.; three grandchildren; and
  Phillippe and the late Emmitt Robertson. He was a retired             a special friend, Vada June Cain of Hustonville. Funeral
  truck driver and of the Baptist faith. In addition to his mother,     services were Aug. 19 at Liberty United Methodist Church by
  survivors include his wife, Anna L. Robertson; a son, Dwayne          the Revs. Bruce Lee and Jim Powell. Burial was in Glenwood
  Evan Robertson of Corbin; and three daughters, Vickie Lynn            Cemetery. Pallbearers were Josh, Jeremy, Michael and
  Robertson of Lexington, Paula Ann Grennell of Mt. Vernon,             Bryan Rodgers, Matt True and Adam Cain. Bartle Funeral
  Ohio; and Joy Martin of Middleburg, Fla.; a brother, Curtis           Home Liberty was in charge of arrangements.
  Robertson of Kings Mountain; two sisters: Dorothy Phillips
  and Elaine Crutcher, both of Nicholasville; and two                 RODGERS, MAGGIE DELOIS RODGERS. Maggie DeLois Cain
  grandchildren, Brandi Nicole Robertson and Corey Allen                Rodgers of Liberty died Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2007 from
  Grennell. Funeral services were July 30 at W.L. Pruitt Funeral        injuries sustained in an automobile accident. She was 80.
  Home by Bro. C.B. Carman. Burial was in KP Hall Cemetery.             Born in Creston on May 21, 1927, she was the daughter of the
  Pallbearers were Johnny Walls, Ryan Fredrick, Billy                   late Arthur and Dillery Cooper Cain. She was a homemaker
  Robertson, Jared Hardwick, Larry and Michael Elkins.                  and a member of Liberty United Methodist Church. She was
                                                                        the wife of Fred E. Rodgers and the mother of Freddie E.
RODGERS, EMMA MAY RODGERS. Emma May Rodgers of                          Rodgers, who also died Wednesday. Survivors include five
  Dunnville died Tuesday, May 1, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell               sons, Jimmie Lee Rodgers of Seattle, Wash., Danny C.
  Regional Medical Center in Danville. She was 83. Born in              Rodgers of West Point, John Lillard Rodgers of Louisville,
  Casey County on June 3, 1923, she was the daughter of the             William "Billy" Miles Rodgers of Greensburg and Ronald
  late Albert and Ora Warren Lee. She was a homemaker and               Arthur Rodgers of Cheyenne, Wyo.; four brothers, James
  the widow of Clayton Rodgers. Survivors include four                  Cain of Waverly, Ohio, Clifford and Buford Cain, both of
  daughters, Sue Ridner of Florence, and Phyllis Stiles, Kathy          Cincinnati, Ohio, and Mac Arthur Cain of Somerset; three
  Mullins and Darlene Bowling, all of Cincinnati; two sons,             sisters, Juanita Lewis of Louisville, Yvonna Saunders of
  Kenneth Rodgers of Cincinnati and Bobby Rodgers of                    Cincinnati, Ohio and Lillian Ann Langford of Liberty Township,
  California; 20 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; and two         Ohio; 13 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. She was
  sisters, Freida Garrett of Liberty and Geneva Vanoy of                preceded in death by a brother, Ancil Cooper Cain; and two
  Middlesboro. She was preceded in death by four children,              sisters, Dillery Rose Cain and Dora Loretta Evans. Funeral
  Archie Lee, Sharlet Lee, Diana Rodgers and Gary Rodgers;              services were Aug. 19 at Liberty United Methodist Church by
  and a sister, Lavern Cleary. Funeral services were May 5 at           the Revs. Bruce Lee and Jim Powell. Burial was in Glenwood
  McKinney Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Clifford DeHart. Burial           Cemetery. Pallbearers were Josh, Jeremy, Michael and
  was in Whited Cemetery. Pallbearers were Roger Garrett,
   Bryan Rodgers, Matt True and Adam Cain. Bartle Funeral         ROGERS, LORENA MEADE ROGERS. Lorena Meade Rogers
   Home Liberty was in charge of arrangements.                      of Gravel Switch died Friday, July 13, 2007 at University
                                                                    Hospital of Louisville. She was 82. Born in Lenore, W.V. on
RODGERS, VERNON EUGENE RODGERS. Vernon Eugene                       March 2, 1925, she was the daughter of the late Thomas
  Rodgers of Liberty died Wednesday, April 4, 2007 at Casey         Jefferson and Leona Rose Meade. She was a former
  County Hospital. He was 65. Born in Liberty on May 3, 1941,       department store clerk. Survivors include her husband,
  he was the son of the late John Webb and Flora Bland              James A. Rogers; a son, William Thomas (and Denice)
  Rodgers. He was a retired drywall finisher and a member of        Rogers of Umatilla. Fla.; a daughter, Barbara Elaine (and
  Poplar Grove Baptist Church in Russell Springs. He was a          Tommy) Wood of Liberty; a step-son, Michael (and Christine)
  U.S. Army veteran of the Vietnam War. Survivors include his       Rogers of Albuquerque, N.M.; seven grandchildren, Preston
  wife, Betty Jean Wethington Rodgers; two daughters, Neva          and Sterling Skipper, Loren, Erin, Ariel and Colin Rogers, and
  Jean Ginter of Bowling Green and Patricia Kelly Rodgers of        Nathan Wilson; four great-grandchildren, Sierra, Savannah,
  Liberty; a son, John Keith Rodgers of Liberty; two                Gavin and Brody Skipper; two step-grandchildren, Amanda
  grandchildren, John Harley Rodgers and Cara Haven                 Manfreda and Kristin Yates; two brothers, Jr. Meade of
  Rodgers; five sisters, Pearl Fields of Mainville, Ohio, Retha     Georgia and Frank Meade of Florida; and three sisters,
  Drostie of Jackson, Miss., Pam Price and Marilyn Bernard,         Bessie Foley of California, and Mary Crawley and Jane
  both of Liberty, and Sandra Mills of Louisville; and three        Woods, both of Florida. She was preceded in death by a
  brothers, Layton Rodgers of Liberty, Jerry Rodgers of             step-son, James A. Rogers Jr.; three sisters, Pheriba Kerrick,
  Anderson, Ind. and Dennis Rodgers of Phoenix, Ariz. He was        Rose Worley and Ruth Hylton; and a brother, Raymond
  preceded in death by two daughters, Lisa Kaye Rodgers and         Meade. Memorial services were July 17 at Bartle Funeral
  Tanyette Suzanne Rodgers; two brothers, Clayton and Earl          Home Chapel by the Rev. Jimmy Brown.
  Dean Rodgers; and a sisters, Bernethia Haskett. Funeral
  services were April 7 at Bartle Funeral Home Chapel by the      ROUSEY, LEWELL ROUSEY. Lewell Rousey of Huber Heights,
  Rev. Stephen Bennett. Burial was in Whited Cemetery.              Ohio died Wednesday, May 16, 2007 in. Dayton, Ohio. He
  Pallbearers were Doug Lane, Steve Cain, Earl Rodgers,             was 83. He was retired from Chrysler Air Temp and was a
  Landon Andrews, Tom Harrison and Michael Rodgers.                 World War II U.S. Army veteran. Survivors include his wife,
                                                                    Shirlie Richardson Rousey; three daughters, Gwen (and Phil)
ROGERS, ELIZABETH "BETTY" ROGERS. Elizabeth "Betty"                 Wilkson of Huber Heights, Ohio, Kimberly Meadows of
  Davis Rogers of Junction City died Monday, March 19, 2007         Dayton, Ohio and Shirley Ann Lane of Indiana; two sisters:
  at Charleston Health Care Center. She was 75. Born in             Jewell Goodpastor of Florida and Ruby Overstreet of
  Mercer County on Jan. 3, 1932, she was the daughter of the        Tennessee; a brother: Howard Rousey of Kentucky; eight
  late Roscoe and Louise Dean Davis. She owned and                  grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services
  operated Rogers Grocery in Junction City and was a member         were May 21 at Willow Springs Methodist Church by Pastor
  of Shelby Baptist Church. She was the widow of William            Daniel Scott. Burial was in Willow Springs Cemetery. W.L.
  Henry Rogers. Survivors include a son, William H. "Bub" (and      Pruitt Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
  Kaye) Rogers of Mt. Sterling; three daughters, Linda (and
  Chris) Spears of Moreland, Jean Ann Davis of Junction City      ROUSEY, WILLIAM S. ROUSEY. William S. Rousey of Stanford
  and Connie Collins of McKinney; three brothers, R.C. Davis of     died Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2007. He was 81. . Born in Casey
  Junction City, John Thomas "Jack" Davis of Lexington and          County on Feb. 21, 1926, he was the son of the late Stanton
  Jim Davis of Harrodsburg; three sisters, Dorothy Case, Jeanie     and Ethel Henson Rousey. He was retired from Texas
  Jessee and Jackie McCarter, all of Junction City; seven           Eastern, where he worked for more 30 years. He was a
  grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Funeral services      member of Calvary Hill Baptist Church in Stanford and was a
  were March 22 at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by Bro. Paul            U.S. Army veteran. He was the widower of Lucy Rousey.
  McFarland. Burial was in Junction City Cemetery. Pallbearers      Survivors include two daughters, Janice (and Billy) Randolph
  were William Cochran, Jerry Rogers, Danny McCarter,               of Harrodsburg and Sue (and John) King of Stanford; a
  Wendell Jessee, Clinton ÒCorkyÓ Terry, Kevin Spears,              brother, Henry Rousey of Alabama; a sister, Charlotte Gibson
  Foster Ray ÒCaptainÓ Cook, William Wesley Rogers and              of Moreland; six grandchildren, Scott and Chad Rousey,
  Scott Allen Singleton. Memorial contributions are suggested       Deborah Ristaneo, Leann Randolph, Rhonda Totman and
  to Shelby Baptist Church.                                         Robbie Hair; and seven great-grandchildren. He was
                                                                    preceded in death by two sons, Gary and Billy Rousey; and a
ROGERS, LENA 'THELMA' ROGERS. Lena "Thelma" Rogers                  grandson, David Randolph. Funeral services were Aug. 24 at
  Moore of Danville died Friday, Aug. 17, 2007 at Ephraim           W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by Chaplain Gary Story and Bro.
  McDowell Regional Medical Center. She was 76. Born in             Johnny Adamson. Burial was in Hustonville Cemetery.
  West Virginia on Feb. 10, 1931, she was the daughter of the       Pallbearers were Paul Ray Jeffries, Chris Cooper, Robbie
  late Homer Seymore and Anna Mae Cooper Williamson. She            Hair, Scott Rousey, Chad Rousey and Mike Totman.
  was a homemaker and a member of Union Chapel Baptist              Memorial contributions are suggested to Heritage Hospice or
  Church. She was the widow of Ewell Rogers and Charles             St. Philips Episcopal Church, 118 W. Poplar, Harrodsburg, KY
  Moore. Survivors include two daughters, Shirlene (and Jesse)      40330.
  Jones of Stanford and Yvonne (and Mark) Houghton of
  Danville; a step-daughter, Teresa (and Mike) Vinson of          ROY, AVERY QUENTIN "JOHNNY" ROY. Avery Quentin
  Shelbyville, Ind.; seven grandchildren; eight great-              "Johnny" Roy of Liberty died Monday, March 19, 2007 at
  grandchildren; and a sister, Betty Puhm of Chicago. She was       Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington. He was 75. Born in
  preceded in death by a brother, Thomas R. Williamson; and         Casey County on June 8, 1931, he was the son of the late
  two sisters, Mildred Woodrum and Rose Romac. Funeral              Theodore and Mary Frances Clines Roy. He was a retired
  services were Aug. 20 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by           technician at Ford Motor Co. in Cincinnati, a member of Living
  Bro. Danny Bailey and Bro. Bill Clark. Burial was in Whited       Water Fellowship Church in Missouri and a U.S. Army
  Cemetery. Pallbearers were Charles Woodrum, Albert                veteran. Survivors include his wife, Wanda Moreland Roy;
  Thompson, Richard Vinson, Johnny Williamson, Jimmy                three daughters, Rhonda (and Danny) Musgrove of Plant City,
  Rodgers and Kevin Cochran.                                        Fla., Thresa (and Neal) Hensley of Goshen, Ohio and Lisa
                                                                    (and Ray) Gonzales of Loveland, Ohio; a son-in-law, Elmer
   Latchford of Goshen, Ohio; eight grandchildren; one great-            Clifford Dehart. Burial was in South Fork Cemetery.
   grandchild; six sisters, Treva Luttrell, Shirley Hall, Betty          Pallbearers were Brian Sanford, Ricky Salyers, Ricky Salyers
   Rodgers and Carol Meece, all of Liberty, Rita Baxter of               Jr., James Emerson, George Emerson and Ronald George.
   Cincinnati and Ghree Johnson of Tennessee. He was
   preceded in death by a daughter, Stephanie Latchford; a son,       SANDERS, DONALD E. SANDERS. Donald E. Sanders of
   Teddy Roy; and two sisters, Juanita Teismann and Ruby Roy.           Liberty died Tuesday, May 8, 2007 at his home. He was 67.
   Funeral services were March 23 at McKinney-Brown Funeral             Born in Casey County on April 11, 1940, he was the son of
   Home by the Rev. David Moreland. A graveside service and             Mary Roberts Sanders of Liberty and the late Verbal Sanders.
   burial with military rites were held March 24 in Goshen              He was a sales person at Williams & Co. in Cincinnati, a
   Township Cemetery in Goshen, Ohio by the Rev. Erik Carsen.           member of the Montgomery Road Church of Christ and a U.S.
                                                                        Army veteran of the Korean War. He was the widower of
RUSSELL, CARL RUSSELL. Carl Russell of Hustonville died                 Lydia Gail Baldock Sanders. In addition to his mother,
  Monday, January 1, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional                  survivors include two daughters, Robin Mendenhall of
  Medical Center. He was 83. Born March 15, 1923 in Casey               Nashville, Tenn. and Leigh Ann Larmand of Liberty; his fiance,
  County, he was the son of the late Eddie and Sarah Smith              Zetta Lanham of Danville; six grandchildren, Tyler and Mandy
  Russell. He was a World War II veteran, a farmer, worked for          Mendenhall, Lydia, Lilly, Liza and Liberty Don Temple; a
  Boyle Lumber and Lynn Hardware, was a Kentucky Colonel, a             sister, Carol Benson of Liberty; and a niece, Erica Benson of
  member of Hustonville Ruritan Club and a member of Slate              Liberty. Funeral services were May 11 at McKinney-Brown
  Hill United Methodist Church. Survivors include his wife,             Funeral Home by Bro. Creech Richardson. Burial was in
  Roberta McWhorter Russell; a daughter, Becky Letcher of               Antioch Cemetery. Pallbearers were Lonnie Travillian, Jack
  Lexington; a step-daughter: Regina Carrier of Hustonville; two        Sayer, Norman Sayer, Tommy Temple, Gary Pike and Terrill
  sisters: Elizabeth Hulett of Burlington and Nancy Rose Dakin          Ware.
  of Indianapolis; four grandchildren; and one great-
  granddaughter. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday          SASSARD, LUETRICIA SASSARD. Luetricia Sassard of
  (Jan. 4) at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by the Rev. Wayne Cole.          Yosemite died Sunday, July 1, 2007 in Louisville. She was 62.
  Burial will be in Hustonville Cemetery. Visitation is from 5 to 9     Born in Yosemite on March 9, 1945, she was the daughter of
  pm on today (Jan. 3). Pallbearers will be Marshall Carrier,           the late W.T. and Effie Nicholas Durham. She was a former
  Shane Hoseclaw, Mike Crowe, Gayle Robbins, John Miller,               employee of Crystal River Hospital and a member of Mt.
  and John Wayne Toombs. Honorary pallbearers will be Benny             Calvary Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband, Terry
  Burris, Bob Hicks, Ralph "Bud" Brown, Bill Dakin, and the             Hubert Sassard; two daughters, Cynthia Louise Boston and
  Moreland and Hustonville Ruritan Clubs. Memorial                      Teresa Dawn Adwell, both of Louisville; a son, Jonathan Emry
  contributions may be made to Slate Hill United Methodist              Byrd of Louisville; two sisters, Thelma Kays of Waynesburg
  Church Building Fund.                                                 and Mary Denson of Liberty; nine grandchildren; and a great-
                                                                        grandchild. She was preceded in death by six brothers,
RUTHERFORD, RUTH RUTHERFORD. Ruth Rutherford of                         Leonard, Manuel, Richard, Albert, Clarence and Delbert
  Cincinnati died Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2007 at Terrace View                Durham; and three sisters, Brenda Durham, Eula Wesley and
  Gardens Nursing Home. She was 93. Born in Liberty on                  Ina Simmons. Funeral services are Friday, July 6 at Mt.
  August 5, 1913, she was the daughter of the late Beaty and            Calvary Baptist Church at 1 p.m. by the Revs. Steve, Gale
  Flossie Grant Phillips. She was a homemaker and the widow             and Derrick Durham. Burial will be in Mt. Calvary Cemetery.
  of Everett Rutherford. Survivors include two daughters,               Visitation is Thursday at 6 p.m. at Bartle Funeral Home
  Marilynn (and Don) Riggs of Michigan and Wanda (and Tim)              Middleburg and after 9 a.m. on Friday at the church.
  Metz of Cincinnati; a sister, Mabel Taylor of Burgin; seven           Pallbearers are Chris, Bubba, T.J. and Jeremy Boston, and
  grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. She was                   Zachary and Skyler Byrd.
  preceded in death by a son, Richard Rutherford; five brothers;
  Cecil, Ruby, Carl, Calvin and Mervin Phillips; and three            SAYERS, MARK A. SAYERS. Mark A. Sayers of Russell Springs
  sisters, Sylvia Caudill, Lena Leigh and Lucille Wethington.           died Friday, June 29, 2007 on Lake Cumberland. He was 37.
  Funeral services were Jan. 27 at McKinney-Brown Funeral               He was a former truck driver and a member of Oak Grove
  Home by Bro. Clifford DeHart. Burial was in Cold Springs              Baptist Church. Survivors include his mother, Elizabeth Joan
  Cemetery. Pallbearers were Tim Metz, Joe Metz, Mike                   Sayers; a daughter, Lindsay Nicole Sayers; two aunts,
  Sensenbrenner and Gary Monday.                                        Berniece Luttrell of Liberty and Bonnie Barber of Orab, Ohio;
                                                                        and four uncles, Clifford Sayers of Mintonville, Dale Lawson
SALYERS, GEORGE TIMOTHY SALYERS JR. George Timothy                      (and Sandra) of Liberty, Donald Lawson (and Veola) of Liberty
  "Skittles" Salyers Jr. of Columbia died Wednesday, Dec. 19,           and David Lawson of Windsor. He was preceded in death by
  2007 as the result of an automobile accident. He was 22. He           his father, Berkley Sayers. Visitation and memorial services
  was the son of George Timothy Salyers Sr. of Liberty and              will be July 28 from 2 to 5 p.m. at Bernard Funeral Home in
  Dorothy Emerson George of Columbia. He was a horse                    Russell Springs. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are
  farrier and trainer and a member of South Fork Separate               requested to the Russell County Rescue Squad.
  Baptist Church. Besides his parents, survivors include his
  wife, Sondra Rodgers Salyers; two daughters, Kaitlyn Salyers        SCOTT, CHARLES J. SCOTT. Charles J. Scott of Liberty died
  and Gabrielle Salyers; two sisters, Jennifer Sanford of               Friday, May 18, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical
  Jamestown and Dakota Ann Salyers of Liberty; his stepfather,          Center in Danville. He was 74. Born in Casey County on April
  Ronald George; a stepsister, Heather Johnson of Jamestown;            24, 1933, he was the son of the late Jasper Granville and
  maternal grandparents, Lydia (and Darrell) Lainhart of                Maudie Ann Wright Scott. He was a farmer and attended
  Glensfork; paternal grandmother, Edith Salyers of Liberty;            Pine Grove Church. Survivors include his wife, Dorothy
  father- and mother-in-law, Noel and Vickie Rodgers of Russell         Hayes Scott; a son, Joseph Scott of Liberty; two daughters,
  Springs; and a brother-in-law, Richie Rodgers of Russell              June (and Jerald) Johnson of DeMotte, Ind. and Violet (and
  Springs. He was preceded in death by his maternal                     Johnny) Lyons of Louisville; 10 grandchildren; seven great-
  grandfather, Lafon Emerson; and paternal grandfather, Cecil           grandchildren; four sisters, Edna Bertram of Ohio and Delta
  Dillard Salyers. Funeral services were Dec. 22 at South Fork          Rodgers, Nannie Long and Betty Johnson, all of Liberty; and a
  Separate Baptist Church by Bro. Richie Curtis and Bro.                brother, Lonnie Clyde Scott of Campbellsville. He was
                                                                        preceded in death by five brothers, Arnold, John, Shelby,
   Sherman and Shirley Scott; and six sisters, Viola Bertram,         at Donaldson Industries in Nicholasville as a welder and was
   Martha Thornton, Ada Miller, Elva Scott and Ora Monday.            a member of Willow Grove Baptist Church where he was a
   Funeral services were May 22 at McKinney-Brown Funeral             Sunday school teacher, a youth leader and the church bus
   Home by Bro. Jeff Edwards. Burial was in Whited Cemetery.          driver. Survivors include his wife of 15 years, Renee'
   Pallbearers were Michael Johnson, Gregory Johnson,                 Cummins Shockley; four sons, W. John T. and Timothy H.
   Brandon Johnson, Jonathan Lyons, Patrick Lyons, Derek              Shockley, Bobby L. Norman and Michael S. Opplinger; a
   Johnson and Joseph Scott.                                          daughter, Jamie D. Benedict; and a brother, Anthony William
                                                                      (and Melissa Gail) Shockley of Richmond. Funeral services
SEARS, JUANITA SEARS. Juanita Sears of Mt. Orab, Ohio died            will be at 1 p.m. Thursday (Jan. 25) at Willow Grove Baptist
  Friday, May 11, 2007 at Clermont Mercy Hospital. She was            Church by Bro. Brad King. Burial will be in Hustonville
  73. Born in Casey County on March 10, 1934, she was the             Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Marvin Lane Jr., Darin Lane,
  daughter of the late Joseph B. and Eva Martin Singleton. She        Bobby Cummins, Ronnie Readnour, Korey Lear and David
  was the widow of Vernon Lee Sears. Survivors include three          Smith. Honorary pallbearers are Sam Hooper, Doug Tharp,
  sons, Jerry, Billy and David Sears; three daughters, Patricia       Joey Elmore, Kennie Slone, Kenny Portwood and Shaun
  Thomas, Debbie Campoamor and Annette Sears; five sisters,           Raney. Visitation is 5 to 9 p.m. today (Jan. 24) at Willow
  Roxie Joines, Susie Smith, Fay Lenahan, Lafern Wrenn and            Grove Baptist Church, 4306 Stanford Road. Donations may
  Brenda Kidd; a brother, Darrell Singleton; 14 grandchildren;        be made to the Willow Grove Church Bus Fund.
  and 19 great-grandchildren. Funeral services are today (May
  16) at 12 noon at Grove Ridge Baptist Church by Dennis           SHOEMAKER, H.M. SHOEMAKER JR., 81. H.M. Shoemaker Jr.
  Morgan. Burial will be in Grove Ridge Cemetery. Bartle             of Kings Mountain died Saturday, Oct. 13, 2007 at his home.
  Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.                         He was 81. Born in Middleburg on Feb. 13, 1926, he was the
                                                                     son of the late Harrison Morton Shoemaker Sr. and Hema
SHARP, BILLY SHARP. Billy Sharp of Corydon, Ind. died                Raney Shoemaker. He was a truck driver and farmer as well
  Saturday, Feb. 10, 2007 at Floyd Memorial Hospital in New          as a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and a member of
  Albany, Ind. He was 68. He was a former truck driver for           Grove Seventh Day Adventist Church. Survivors include two
  Lewis Brothers Bakery in Evansville, Ind. and the old Hudson       sons, Robert Wayne Shoemaker of Clarksville, Ind. and Merl
  Foods in Corydon. He was the widower of Linda L. Sharp.            Keith Shoemaker of Brandenburg; a daughter, Judy Gail
  Survivors include six sons, Lee Adcock and Larry Sharp, both       Eckenroth of Leesport, Pa.; a brother, Lloyd Shoemaker of
  of Louisville, Morgan Adcock of Clarksville, Ind., David Sharp     Kings Mountain; a sister, Ruby E. Clark of Cincinnati, Ohio;
  of Somerset, Gary Sharp of Austin, Texas and John Sharp of         seven grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. He was
  Corydon, Ind.; two daughters, Myra Arnett of Louisville and        preceded in death by a grandchild; a brother, Stanley Ray
  Marsha Redman of English, Ind.; a brother, Bobby Sharp of          Shoemaker; and two sisters, Maxine Neal and Pauline
  Yosemite; a sister, Nancy Singleton of Somerset; 14                McWhorter. Funeral services were Oct. 16 at Bartle Funeral
  grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral               Home Liberty by Pastors Kris Echenroth and Sam Soler.
  services are today (Feb. 14) at Gehlbach & Royse Funeral           Burial was in Middleburg Cemetery. Pallbearers were Eleanor
  Home in Georgetown, Ind. at 1 p.m. by the Rev. Johnny              Rowe, Sondra Salyers, Corey Hasenauer, Jonathan and Fred
  McMichael. Burial will be in Hursttown Cemtery in Corydon.         Shoemaker, Mike Martin and Brian Raney.
  Visitation is after 10 a.m. today. Pallbearers will be Marsha
  Redman, Larry, Gary, David and Paul Sharp and Morgan             SILER, PATRICIA ANNE SILER. Patricia Anne Siler of Liberty
  Adcock.                                                             died Sunday, Aug. 5, 2007 at her home. She was 56. Born in
                                                                      Key West, Fla. on April 5, 1951, she was the daughter of the
SHARP, JOSEPH D. SHARP. Joseph D. Sharp of Liberty died               late Eugene and Florence Mitchell Henson. She was a
  Thursday, Jan. 25, 2007 at St. Joseph East Hospital. He was         homemaker, paralegal and a member of Liberty First Baptist
  71. Born in Liberty on Feb. 23, 1935, he was the son of the         Church. Survivors include a son, John Patrick Siler of Huber
  late Fred and Pearl Mae Sharp. He was an employee of Wal-           Heights, Ohio; three daughters, Karen Marie Siler of Mt.
  Mart in Stanford. Survivors include a brother, Leonard O.           Healthy, Ohio, Elizebeth Sue McKinney of Danville, and
  Sharp of Franklin, Ind. Funeral services were Jan. 28 at            Amelia Anne Siler of Clayton Ohio; seven grandchildren; three
  Bartle Funeral Home Chapel by Phillip Patton. Burial was in         brothers, David Henson of Liberty, John Henson of Bowling
  Brush Creek Cemetery. Pallbearers were Rob and Steve                Green and William Henson of Union, Ohio; and two sisters,
  Sharp, Greg and John Sharpe, Wilford Sharpe Jr. and Jerry           Kathy Stinson of Liberty and Bonnie Roderer of Huber
  Walters. Honorary pallbearer was Ina Pettyjohn.                     Heights, Ohio. Funeral services were Aug. 7 at Liberty First
SHARPE, WILFRED C. SHARPE. Wilfred C. Sharpe of Louisville            Baptist Church by Bro. Jimmy Brown. Burial was in Fair
  died Saturday, Jan. 20, 2007 at Norton Audubon Hospital. He         Cemetery. Pallbearers were William Henson, John Henson,
  was 78. Born in Liberty on May 1, 1928, he was the son of           David Henson and Greg Roderer. McKinney-Brown Funeral
  the late Fred and Pearl Mae Sharp. He was retired from the          Home was in charge of arrangements.
  U.S. Air Force and a member of Brookview Baptist Church.         SIMPSON, CLIFFORD E. SIMPSON. Clifford E. Simpson of Joe
  Survivors include his wife, Roberta Grubbs Sharpe; a                Wright Road, Liberty, died Sunday, March 16, 2007 at his
  daughter, Barbara J. Wood of Louisville; four sons, Wilfred C.      home. He was 73. Born in Indianapolis, Ind. on Jan. 22,
  Sharpe Jr. and Joseph Sharpe, both of Panama City Fla.,             1935, he was the son of the late Everett and Mae Slone
  Greg Sharpe of Louisville and John Sharpe of Shepherdsville;        Simpson. He was a self-employed businessman and
  two brothers, Leonard Sharpe of Franklin, Ind. and Joseph           attended the Pine Grove Church. Survivors include his wife,
  Sharpe of Liberty; 11 grandchildren; and 10 great-                  Sharlene E. Edwards Simpson; and six children. Funeral
  grandchildren. Funeral services are today (Jan. 24) at 1 p.m.       services are today (March 19) at 1 p.m. at McKinney-Brown
  at Bartle Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Troy Rust. Burial         Funeral Home by Bro. Jeff Edwards. Burial will be in Mt.
  will be in Brush Creek Cemetery.                                    Pleasant Cemetery. Visitation is today (March 19) at 11 a.m.
SHOCKLEY, JOHN CLARENCE SHOCKLEY. John Clarence                       at the funeral home.
  Shockley of Hustonville died Monday, Jan. 22, 2007. He was       SIMPSON, FLONNIE E. SIMPSON. Flonnie E. Simpson of
  36. Born Nov. 28, 1970 in Danville, he was the son of Robert        Hustonville died Monday, Aug. 13, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell
  and Margaret Raney Shockley of Danville. He was employed            Regional Medical Center. She was 92. Born in Russell
   County on Jan. 22, 1915, she was the daughter of the late          SMITH, FRANCES M. "FRANKIE" SMITH. Frances M. "Frankie"
   M.T. and Naomi Cooper Wilson. She was a homemaker and                Smith of Louisville died Monday, Jan. 8, 2007 at Norton
   a member of Mount Salem Baptist Church. She was the                  Suburban Hospital in Louisville. She was 71. Born in Casey
   widow of Clifford Simpson. Survivors include a son, Richard          County on Sept. 13, 1935, she was the daughter of the late
   Simpson of Hustonville; two daughters, Naomi and Joyce               Clyde and Lucille Wethington Foster. She was a retired
   Simpson, both of Hustonville; a sister, Lola Bourne of               inspector at Fruit of the Loom and a member of St. Bernard
   Danville; a sister-in-law, Marie Bastin; a brother-in-law, Frank     Catholic Church. Survivors include her husband, Joe D.
   Wilkerson; and 17 nieces and nephews. She was preceded in            Smith; a son, Timmy Smith of Glen Burnie, Md.; six sisters,
   death by three brothers, Homer, L.W and M.T. Wilson Jr.; and         Dot Clements and Joyce Traylor, both of Liberty, Louise Lewis
   three sisters, Lydia Simpson, Opal Wilson and Jean                   of Goshen, Ohio, Jean Wethington and Janice Coffman, both
   Wilkerson. Funeral services are today (Aug. 15) at Bartle            of Louisville and Verna Lewis of Somerset; a brother, James
   Funeral Home Middleburg at 10 a.m. by the Rev. John P.               Foster of Indianapolis; and four grandchildren. She was
   Cummins. Burial will be in Middleburg Cemetery.                      preceded in death by a son, Danny Joe Smith; and a brother,
                                                                        Charles C. Foster. Funeral services were Jan. 11 at St.
SIMPSON, JAMES H. SIMPSON. James Hardin Simpson of                      Bernard Catholic Church by the Rev. Jerry Bell. Burial was in
   Stanford died Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2007. He was 87. Born in              St. Bernard Cemetery. McKinney-Brown Funeral Home was
   Casey County on Aug. 1, 1920, he was the son of the late             in charge of arrangements.
   W.H. Simpson and Annie Simpson Durham. He had worked
   at Genesco and Vaughn Tobacco Co. and was a World War II           SNOW, HAZEL M. SNOW. Hazel Marie Snow of Hustonville died
   veteran in the U.S. Marine Corps. Survivors include a                Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2007 at her home. She was 57. Born in
   daughter, Imogene (and Leroy) Asbery of Stanford; three              Casey County on March 4, 1950, she was the daughter of the
   grandchildren, Maurice Asbery, Dr. David Scott (and Kathy)           late Theodore and Alma Martin Singleton. She was a
   Asbery and Deonica Asbery; six great-grandchildren, Kevin,           homemaker, caregiver and member of the Grove Ridge
   Travis, Kadin, Cullen and Leim Asbery and Abby Huston; a             Baptist Church. Survivors include two daughters, Cathy
   long-time companion, Eunice Estes of Moreland; and several           Baumann of Franklin, Ind. and Crystal Snow of Somerset; four
   half brothers and sisters, and nieces and nephews. Funeral           sons, Donald, Stephen and Kevin Snow, all of Waynesburg
   services were Nov. 7 at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by Billy            and Anthony Snow of Kings Mountain; three grandchildren,
   Maxey with military rites by Boyle Post 46. Burial was in            Isaac Singleton, Summer Snow and Donavan Abbott; four
   Hustonville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Dr. David Scott               sisters, Goldie Rowland of Whiteland, Ind., Veramae Carman
   Asbery, Maurice, Kevin and Travis Asbery, Bobby Maddox               and Ivadean Patterson, both of Kings Mountain, and Lena
   and Gary Rothwell. Honorary pallbearers were Larry and Billy         Montgomery of Greenwood, Ind. She was preceded in death
   Simpson and Kenneth Rothwell.                                        by her sister, Kathy Singleton; and four brothers, Victor,
                                                                        Douglas, Homer and Lloyd Singleton. Funeral services were
SIMPSON, ROY EUGENE SIMPSON. Roy Eugene Simpson of                      Dec. 8 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Kevin
   Bellview died Friday, May 4, 2007 at St. Luke East Hospital in       Pittman. Burial was in Salyers Cemetery. Pallbearers were
   Fort Thomas. He was 68. Born in Indianapolis, Ind. on May            Greg Baumann, Larry Rowland, Donald Snow, Andy Snow,
   12, 1938, he was the son of the late Owen and Ova Bryant             Junior Patterson and Paul Montgomery.
   Simpson. He was retired from Stillcraft Door in Blue Ash,
   Ohio. Survivors include a companion, Marlene Patton; three         SOWERS, WILLIAM GARNETT "JEFF" SOWERS. William
   daughters, Dianna Reynolds of Junction City, Michelle                Garnett "Jeff" Sowers of Hebron died Monday, March 19,
   Simpson of Cincinnati and Peggy Slone of Crittenden; five            2007 at Villa Springs Care Center in Erlanger. He was 75. He
   sons, Troy Simpson of Bellview, Mike Simpson of Harrison,            was a retired meat processor for E. Kahn's & Sons, a U.S.
   Ohio, Phillip and Eugene Simpson, both of Stanford, and              Army veteran and a member of Hebron Masonic Lodge #757.
   Danny Patton of Cincinnati; 11 grandchildren; six great-             Survivors include his wife, Janna Vee Sowers; two sons,
   grandchildren; four brothers, Jackie, Donnie, Ernie and Bill         William Robert Sowers and Jeffrey Garnett Sowers, both of
   Simpson, all of Somerset; and two sisters, Jill Darnell of           Burlington; two daughters, Debbie Sowers Morris of Elsmere
   Lebanon and Mary Simpson of Louisville. He was preceded              and Connie Sowers Paden of Raleigh, N.C.; two brothers,
   in death by a daughter, Gloria Jean Simpson; two brothers,           J.C. Sowers of Nicholasville and Sherman Sowers of Kings
   Charlie Simpson and Robert Bryant; and a sister, Barbara             Mountain; a sister, Reba Robertson of Waynesburg; and four
   Brumley. Funeral services were May 7 at McKinney-Brown               grandchildren. Funeral services were March 23 at Chambers
   Funeral Home by Bro. Roger Stephens. Burial was in Cold              & Grubbs Funeral Home in Florence. Burial was in Forest
   Springs Cemetery. Pallbearers were Kenneth Reynolds, Asa             Lawn Cemetery. Memorial contributions are suggested to
   Simpson, Mike Simpson, Phillip Simpson, Jackie Simpson               Hospice of Northern Kentucky.
   and Troy Simpson.
                                                                      SPEARS, NANNIE FAYE SPEARS. Nannie Faye Spears of
SLONE, PEGGY SLONE. Peggy Slone of Crittenden died Friday,              Cincinnati died Thursday, Feb. 8, 2007 at Mercy Franciscan
  Nov. 2, 2007 at St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Edgewood.             Terrace. She was 81. Born in Casey County on July 13,
  She was 42. Born in Liberty on April 2, 1965, she was the             1925, she was the daughter of the late Preston and Flonnie
  daughter of Marlene Patton Simpson and the late Roy                   Davenport Hines. She was a former member of Elmwood
  Simpson. She was an employee of Ameripride Services in                Place Ladies Auxiliary/Democrat Club, the Elmwood Eagles
  Florence. In addition to her mother, survivors include her            and Elmwood Senior Citizens. She was the widow of Emmitt
  husband, Ray Anthony Slone; a son, Ray Anthony Slone Jr. of           L. Spears. Survivors include three sons, Ronald (and Kaye)
  Crittenden; a daughter, Marlena Slone of Williamstown; her            Spears, Donald (and Joan) Spears and Jerry (and Mickie)
  maternal grandmother, Florence Patton of Liberty; four                Spears; a daughter, Dianna (and Steve) Laurence; eight
  brothers, Danny Patton of Cincinnati, Ohio; Troy Lee Simpson          grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; three foster great-
  of Bellevue; Mikeal Simpson of Harrison, Ohio and Eugene              grandchildren; and a sister, Beulah McDonald. She was
  Simpson of Danville; and two grandchildren, Hailey and                preceded in death by a daughter, Jo Anne Spears. Funeral
  Abigail Hopkins. Memorial contributions are suggested to the          services were Feb. 12 at Hodapp Funeral Home in Cincinnati.
  American Lung Association at P.O. Box 9067, Louisville, KY            Burial was in Arlington Memorial Gardens in Mt. Healthy,
  40209.                                                                Ohio.
SPEARS, ORA E. WATSON SPEARS. Ora E. Watson Spears,                    Hershel Statham of Gailesburg, Ill. and Lonnie Glen Statham
  formerly of Bethelridge died Friday, Jan. 26, 2007 at her home       of Danville; six grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. He was
  in Butlerville, Ind. She was 97. Born in Casey County on Oct.        preceded in death by a son, Van Alan Statham; two brothers,
  19, 1909, she was the daughter of the late Huston and Emily          Hoover and Billy Statham; and two sisters, Magnolia Durham
  Ashley Watson. She was a homemaker and the widow of Ira              and Cordelia Chandler. Funeral services were Aug. 5 at Mt.
  Spears. Survivors include six sons, Homer Spears of                  Calvary Baptist Church by the Rev. C.B. Carman. Burial was
  Bethelridge, Stanley Spears and Willis Spears, both of North         in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Pallbearers were Brian, Michael,
  Vernon, Ind., Lewis Spears and Thomas Spears, both of                Hershel, Steve and Jamie Statham and Clifford Roark. Bartle
  Somerset and Dale Spears of Calvary Ridge; five daughers,            Funeral Home Liberty was in charge of arrangements.
  Freeda Wesley and Beulah Denham, both of Cincinnati, Stella
  Walker of North Vernon, Ind., Jean Taylor of Science Hill and     STATHAM, VAN ALAN STATHAM. Van Alan Statham of
  Mary Lou Arnette of Butlerville, Ind.; a sister, Essie Hines of     Yosemite died Friday, July 20, 2007 at Casey County
  Cincinnati; 47 grandchildren; 78 great-grandchildren; 37 great-     Hospital. He was 49. Born in Hamilton County, Ohio on Feb.
  great-grandchildren; one great-great-great-grandchild; several      7, 1958, he was the son of Victor and Dorothy Statham of
  step-grandchildren; and step-great-grandchildren. She was           Somerset. He was a former machine operator and a member
  preceded in death by a son, Delbert Spears; three grandsons,        of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. Survivors include a son, Jamie
  two great-grandsons; seven brothers, Preston, Okley,                Alan Statham of Yosemite; a daughter, Amber Nicole Statham
  Herman, Noel, Herchel, Jerry and William Watson; and a half-        of Louisville; a brother, Brian Keith Statham of Yosemite; a
  sister, Irene Sweet. Funeral services were Jan. 29 at               sister, Kimberly Denice Isert of Oveida, Fla.; and a
  Bethelridge United Methodist Church by Bro. Brian Janes.            granddaughter, Taylem Michelle Statham. Funeral services
  Burial was in Bethelridge Cemetery. Morris and Hislope              were July 24 at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church by Bro. C.B.
  Funeral Home in Science Hill was in charge of arrangements.         Carman. Burial was in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Pallbearers
                                                                      were Steven Durham, Tim Stiney, Jamie, Michael and Eric
STAFFORD, EFFIE STAFFORD. Effie Stafford of Yosemite died             Statham, Jeremy Mills and Charlie Dunn. Bartle Funeral
  Friday, Oct. 26, 2007 at Casey County Hospital. She was 86.         Home Liberty was in charge of arrangements.
  Born in Mt. Olive on Aug. 8, 1921, she was the daughter of
  the late Jess and Dora Morgan Hatter. She was a                   STATOM, LEO STATOM. Leo Statom of Danville died Saturday,
  homemaker and a member of Valley Oak Baptist Church.                May 12, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center.
  She was the widow of Kenneth M. Stafford. Survivors include         He was 64. Born in Lincoln County on Oct. 22, 1942, he was
  two daughters, Barbara Jean Hatter of Fairfield, Ohio and           the son of the. late John and Elizabeth Smith Statom. He
  Sarah Jane Stafford of Yosemite. She was preceded in death          owned and operated Statom's Auto Sales in Danville for 35
  by six brothers, Delbert, Plimton, Arnold, Billy, Virtrees and      years and was a member of numerous auto auctions. He was
  Berkley Hatter; and two sisters, Jasmine Geis and Virginia          a member of Indian Hills Christian Church, a member of the
  Hatter. Funeral services were Oct. 29 at Mt. Olive Christian        Franklin Masonic Lodge and served on the board of directors
  Church by the Rev. Greg Powell. Burial was in Middleburg            at ADESA. Survivors include his wife, Lori Statom; four
  Cemetery. Pallbearers were Shannon, Roger, Jeffrey and              daughters, Dena (and Dale) Johnston of Kansas City, Mo.,
  Barry Hatter, Garnett Geis and Tom Godbey. Bartle Funeral           Karen Statom and Cheryl (and Bud) Griffith, both of Danville,
  Home Liberty was in charge of arrangements.                         and Sally Statom of Lexington; a step-daughter, Melinda
                                                                      Kitzmiller of Danville; a brother, Joe Statom; and a sister,
STAGNER, BARBARA ALICE STAGNER. Barbara Alice Wray                    Barbara (and Terry) McClendon, both of Moreland; seven
  Worthington Stagner of Junction City died Tuesday, Aug. 7,          grandchildren, Carrie Satterly, Lacey and Jed Griffith, Buddy.
  2007 at her home. She was 68. Born in Lincoln County on             Hasty, and Danielle, Rachel, and Dillon Johnston. He was
  May 29, 1939, she was the daughter of the late Clarence and         preceded in death by a sister, Linda Baker. Funeral services
  Amanda Ann Coffman Wray. She worked at Genesco for 26               were May 15 at Indian Hills Christian Church by the Rev. Odis
  years and was a member of Bowen Methodist Church. She               Clark, Craig Bell and Gary Douglas. Burial was in Junction
  was the widow of John C. Stagner. Survivors include two             City Cemetery. Pallbearers were Stewart Cocanougher,
  sons, Marty and Tim Worthington; a step-son, Robbie                 Robbie Bates, Bobby Gresham, Scott Carpenter, Vincent
  Stagner; a step-daughter, Shelley Robinson; two                     Vanover and J.R. Jackson. Honorary pallbearers were
  grandchildren, Chris Worthington and Alicia Staton; three           Rodney Rice, Mark Grigsby, Gary McFarland and Larry
  great-grandchildren, Ryan Barnett, Tessa Staton and Zachery         Warren. W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home in Moreland was in charge
  Allen Worthington; two step-grandchildren, two step-great           of arrangements.
  grandchildren; and a step-great-great grandchild. She was
  preceded in death by a son, Randy Worthington. Funeral            STATOM, WILLIAM 'BILL' L. STATOM. William "Bill" L. Statom of
  services was Aug. 10 at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by Bro.            Bowling Green died Friday, Sept. 7, 2007 at Rosewood
  Doug Vandivier. Burial was in Buffalo Springs Cemetery.             Nursing Home in Bowling Green. He was 88. Born in Boyle
  Pallbearers were Scottie and Terry Wray, Bobby Wilburn, Bill        County on Jan. 25, 1919, he was the son of the late George
  Staton, Tom Wooten and Jeremy Crowe. Honorary pallbearer            and Margaret Ann Bastin Statom. He was a retired farmer
  was John Bennett.                                                   and member of Southside Christian Church in Campbellsville.
                                                                      Survivors include a companion, Kathleen Harmon Statom of
STATHAM, JAMES VICTOR STATHAM. James Victor Statham                   Bowling Green; two sons, Billy Joe (and Marian) Statom and
  of Somerset died Thursday, Aug. 2, 2007 at Lake Cumberland          Donald Statom, both of Lancaster; a daughter, Judy Howard
  Regional Hospital. He was 75. Born in Casey County on Jan.          of Stanford; two step-sons, Brenda (and Charles) Moody and
  1, 1932, he was the son of the late Alvin and Corda Adell           James E. (and Carolyn) Harmon, both of Bowling Green; a
  Durham Statham. He was a former sawmill operator and a              step-daughter, Rachel (and Mike) Holmes of Paris; a sister,
  veteran of the U.S. Army. He was a member of Mt. Calvary            Ruby (and Chester) Cooper of Louisville; four grandchildren;
  Baptist Church, Masonic Lodge #594 F&AM, the Lexington              and nine step-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a
  Body of Scottish Rite and Oleika Shrine Temple of Lexington.        daughter, Norma Lee; a sister, Margie Newland; and four
  Survivors include his wife, Dorothy Noe Statham; a son, Brian       brothers. Funeral services were Sept. 10 at W.L. Pruitt
  Keith Statham of Yosemite; a daughter, Kimberly Denice Isert        Funeral Home. Burial was in Hustonville Cemetery.
  of Oveido, Fla.; three brothers, Herman Statham of Liberty,
STATON, WILLIAM ARTHUR STATON. William Arthur Staton of                  grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a grandchild.
  Middleburg died Monday, July 30, 2007 at Thomson Hood                  Bartle Funeral Home Liberty was in charge of arrangements.
  Veterans Center. He was 81. Born in Casey County on May
  10, 1926, he was the son of the late James Carl and Bessie          TARTER, VIVIAN B. TARTER. Vivian B. Tarter of Liberty died
  Mae Frederick Staton. He was a minister, teacher, U.S. Army           Saturday, March 24, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional
  veteran and a member of Corinth First Church of God.                  Medical Center in Danville. She was 73. Born in Casey
  Survivors include his wife, Patricia Short Staton; a son, James       County on Aug. 7, 1933, she was the daughter of the late
  Carl Staton of Liberty; three daughters, Connie Lee Noble of          Stanely and Mary Chapman Bryant. She was a retired
  Manhattan, Kan., Lynda Joyce Sarkisian of Lake Forest, Calif.         elementary school teacher after 37 years with the Casey
  and Clara Ann Wiesen of Hopkinsville; two step-children, Kurt         County Board of Education. She was a member of Liberty
  Fogle of Danville and Kaye Ferguson of Louisville; five               Church of Christ. Survivors include her husband, Mont Tarter;
  grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. He was                  two daughters, Jennifer (and Steve) McKenzie of Frankfort
  preceded in death by two sisters, Jewell Davis and Rose               and Kathy (and Ronnie) Long of Marion; a grandchild, Jessica
  Coffey; and a brother, Victor Staton. Funeral services were           Long; and an aunt, Winnie Brockman of Liberty. She was
  Aug. 3 at Corinth First Church of God by the Rev. Steven              preceded in death by a sister, Frances Clements. Funeral
  Willingham. Burial was in Camp Nelson National Cemetery.              services were March 27 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by
  Pallbearers were Warren and Casey Noble, Kurt Fogle, Scott            Bros. Bud Cain, Kenny Spaw, Doug Wesley and Jimmy
  Wiesen, John Staton and James Ledford. Bartle Funeral                 Brown. Burial was in Glenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were
  Home Liberty was in charge of arrangements.                           Garland Hoskins, Richard Montgomery, Mike Tarter, Drew
                                                                        Tarter, David Rains and Billy Hair.
STEADMAN, ROLAND R. STEADMAN, 72. Roland R. Steadman
  of Mt. Healthy, Ohio, formerly of Casey County, died                TAYLOR, IRENE M. TAYLOR. Irene M. Taylor of Liberty died
  Saturday, Oct. 6, 2007. He was 72. He was the son of the              Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2007 at Liberty Care Center. She was
  late Thomas and Juanita Finn. He was a member of the                  79. Born in Casey County on April 27, 1928, she was the
  Amateur Trap Shooting Association and the Carthage                    daughter of the late Claude and Emily Elizabeth Derringer
  Masonic Lodge. Survivors include his wife, Louise Steadman;           Monday. She was a homemaker and attended Block
  two sons, Ricky L. (and Jodee) Steadman and Wayne                     Pentecostal Church and Brush Creek Pentecostal Church.
  Steadman; a daughter, Ronda Steadman; four grandchildren;             She was the widow of Donald T. Taylor. Survivors include
  Ryan, Rodney, Josh and Rosalind; and two brothers, Terry              three sons, Gary, Morris and David Taylor, all of Liberty; three
  and Russell Steadman. He was preceded in death by a                   daughters, Janet Selch of Hustonville, and Brenda Wesley
  brother, Roger Steadman; and a sister, Karen Steadman.                and Glenda Lynn, both of Liberty; four brothers, Jesse
  Funeral services are today (Oct. 10) at 11 a.m. at Neidhard           Monday of Pendleton, Ind., Hascal and Herlin Monday, both of
  Gillen Funeral Home in Mt. Healthy, Ohio. Burial is in                Liberty, and Verlin Dee Monday of Anderson, Ind.; nine
  Arlington Memorial Gardens.                                           grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. She was
                                                                        preceded in death by a son, Stevie Donald Taylor; two sisters,
STEPHENS, ALEXIS GRACE STEPHENS. Alexis Grace                           Beatrice Hatton and Martha Edyth Monday; three brothers,
  Stephens, the daughter of Timothy and Candace Blevins                 Clevie, Thelbert and Glen Monday; and a granddaughter,
  Stephens of Liberty, was stillborn on Wednesday, Nov. 21,             Stephanie Rae Selch. Funeral services were Sept. 8 at Bartle
  2007 at Ephraim McDowell Medical Center in Danville.                  Funeral Home Chapel by Bro. Bill Rose and the Rev. Kevin
  Additional survivors include her paternal grandparents, Dennis        Pittman. Burial was in Tapscott Cemetery. Pallbearers were
  and Debra Stephens of Liberty; maternal grandparents, Owen            Steve, Brian and Tommy Taylor, Matt Wesley, Jason Selch,
  and Patricia Blevins of Waynesburg; and a sister, Katlynn             Scarlet Edelen, Malory Coffman, Jessi Thompson and Angela
  Stephens of Liberty. Graveside services were held Nov. 24 at          Baker.
  Williams Cemetery by Bro. Clifford DeHart. McKinney-Brown
  Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.                         TERRY, MARY ANN TERRY. Mary Ann Terry of Dunnville died
                                                                        Friday, Sept. 7, 2007 at Casey County Hospital. She was 87.
STEPHENS, ALEXIS GRACE STEPHENS. Alexis Grace                           Born in Casey County on Sept. 6, 1920, she was the daughter
  Stephens, the daughter of Timothy and Candace Blevins                 of the late Ben and Lucy Evans Terry. She was retired from
  Stephens of Liberty, was stillborn on Wednesday, Nov. 21,             Liberty Sportswear and was a homemaker and a member of
  2007 at Ephraim McDowell Medical Center in Danville.                  Green River Valley Baptist Church. Survivors include her
  Additional survivors include her paternal grandparents, Dennis        husband, Otis Terry; three sons, Phillip Terry of Cincinnati,
  and Debra Stephens of Liberty; maternal grandparents, Owen            Ohio, and Danny and Dwight Terry, both of Russell Springs;
  and Patricia Blevins of Waynesburg; and a sister, Katlynn             two daughters, Shirley Simpson of Dunnville and Phyllis Reid
  Stephens of Liberty. Graveside services were held Nov. 24 at          of Russell Springs; 10 grandchildren; and 10 great-
  Williams Cemetery by Bro. Clifford DeHart. McKinney-Brown             grandchildren. She was preceded in death by four brothers,
  Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.                           Frank, Willie, Paul and Addison Terry. Funeral services were
                                                                        Sept. 10 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Troy
STURGILL, LARRY V. STURGILL. Larry Vincent Sturgill of                  Grider. Burial was in Green River Valley Cemetery.
  Liberty died Sunday, Dec. 16, 2007 at Lake Cumberland                 Pallbearers were Josh Terry, Corey Hayes, Jeff Dick, Damon
  Regional Hospital in Somerset. He was 53. Born in Tiffin,             Bullock, Eric Reid and Brandon Terry.
  Ohio on Dec. 14, 1954, he was the son of the late Vincent and
  Ileen Mullins Sturgill. He was a truck driver. Survivors include    THOMAS, SISTER MARY D. THOMAS, 97 . Sister Mary David
  his wife, Sharon Strindholm Sturgill; two sons, Larry Sturgill of     Thomas, an Ursuline Sister of Mount Saint Joseph, died
  Bloomville, Ohio and Michael Sturgill of Tiffin, Ohio; a              Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2007 at Mount Saint Joseph. She was 97.
  daughter, Carrie Conner of Russell Springs; a step-daughter,          Born in St. Louis, Mo., she grew up in Marion County. An
  Tara Strindholm of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; two sisters, Karen           educator for 49 years, she taught at St. Bernard School in
  King of Liberty and Margaret Sturgill of Republic, Ohio; five         Clementsville from 1955 to 1958. She also taught in schools
  brothers, Arthur Sturgill of Campbellsville, Ambrose Sturgill of      in the Archdiocese of Louisville and the Diocese of
  Huron, Ohio, Clark Sturgill of Columbus, Ohio, Stevie Sturgill        Owensboro and in Missouri, where she also served in parish
  of Tiffin, Ohio, and Danny Wilder of Hazard; and six                  ministry. From 1983 until her retirement in 1987, she
                                                                        ministered in health care at Mount Saint Joseph. Survivors
   include nieces and nephews, and the members of her                  Cora Mae Richards Traylor; two sons, Glen (and Rose)
   religious community. The funeral Mass was Oct. 5 at Mount           Traylor of Hustonville and Joe (and Joy) Traylor of Creston; a
   Saint Joseph. Glenn Funeral Home in Owensboro was in                daughter, Betty (and Wayne) Floyd of Walnut Hill; a sister,
   charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions are                  Bonnie Richards of Windsor; five grandchildren, Linda Allen,
   suggested to the Ursuline Sisters of Mount Saint Joseph,            Jean Snead, Chad Traylor and Brian and Scott Floyd; and
   8001 Cummings Road, Maple Mount, KY 42356.                          seven great-grandchildren, Brigham, Gracelynn and Gunner
                                                                       Floyd, Collin and Courtney Allen, Kayle Snead and Abby
THREATT, GERRI THREATT. Gerri True Threatt of Liberty died             Traylor. Funeral services are today (Wednesday) at 2 p.m., at
  Monday, May 28, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional                    W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by Bro. G.W. Smith. Burial is in
  Medical Center in Danville. She was 65. Born in Casey                Hustonville Cemetery. Pallbearers are Brian and Scott Floyd,
  County on Jan. 18, 1942, she was the daughter of the late            Chad Traylor, Steve Snead, Edwin Allen, Henry Richards and
  Marion Thomas and Veltha Wilson True. She was a retired              Michael Coontz.
  wholesaler and a member of Faith Baptist Church in
  Rockingham, N.C. Survivors include her husband, Jerry W.          TUCKER, ALBERT TUCKER. Albert Tucker of Ebron, formerly of
  Threatt I; a son, Jerry Wayne Threatt II of Liberty; a              Windsor, died Wednesday, May 9, 2007 at his home. He was
  grandchild, James Riley Threatt; a sister, Janis Kay Brown of       72. Born in Russell County on Nov. 24, 1934, he was the son
  Liberty; and a brother, Larry True of Liberty. Funeral services     of the late Amon and Ester Bowmer Tucker. He was a retired
  are Thursday, May 31 at 11 a.m. at McKinney-Brown Funeral           manager of K-Mart in Russell Springs and a member of
  Home by Bro. Bruce Lee. Burial will be in Wilson Cemetery.          Stithton Baptist Church in Radcliff. He was a veteran of the
  Visitation is today (May 30) from 6 to 9 p.m. at the funeral        U.S. Army. Survivors include his wife, Betty Stephens Tucker;
  home.                                                               two sons, Michael Tucker of Detroit, Mich. and Steven Tucker
                                                                      of Beijing, China; two daughters, Elizabeth Lancaster of
TILLETT, FAYE B. TILLETT. Faye Burnetta Adams Tillett died            Flaherty and Susan Patton of Elizabethtown; seven
   Monday, May 7, 2007. She was 84. Born in Bethelridge on            grandchildren, Laura Matherly, Ashley Ross, Adrian Patton,
   March 14, 1923, she was the daughter of the late James B.          Georgianna Patton, Joshua Miller, Tyler Tucker and Travis
   and Flona Godbey Adams. She was the widow of Roy C.                Tucker; a brother, Fred Tucker of Windsor; and three sisters,
   Tillett. Survivors include two daughters, Jacqueline Wofford       Alene Blair of Waynesburg, and Janet and Redith Emerson,
   and Debra Kelly; three grandchildren, Marquis and Michael          both of Windsor. Funeral services were May 12 at Bernard
   Wofford and Jennifer Kelly; a sister, June Adams; and a            Funeral Home in Russell Springs by Bro. Daryl Coe. Burial
   brother, James L. Adams. Funeral services were May 11 at           was in Bethlehem Cemetery. Pallbearers were George
   Hodapp Funeral Home in Cincinnati. Burial was in Arlington         Patton, Joshua Miller, Terry Loy, Wendell Emerson, Marshall
   Memorial Gardens in Mt. Healthy, Ohio. Memorial                    Stephens and Gary Lancaster. Honorary pallbearers were
   contributions are suggested to the American Cancer Society         Travis and Tyler Tucker. Memorial contributions are
   or the American Heart Association.                                 suggested to Bethlehem Baptist Church Building Fund.
TODD, VIRGINIA PEARL TODD. Virginia Pearl Pemberton Todd            TUCKER, SANDRA "SANDY" K. TUCKER. Sandra "Sandy" K.
  of Lexington died Wednesday, March 21, 2007 in Lexington.           Tucker of Liberty died Monday, June 18, 2007 at St. Joseph's
  She was 60. Born in Casey County on May 14, 1946, she               Hospital Hospice Unit in Lexington. She was 62. Born in
  was the daughter of the late George and Ruby Mullins                Arizona on Nov. 9, 1944, she was the daughter of the late
  Pemberton. She was a homemaker. Survivors include a son,            Eugene and Mildred Plonski Burda. She was the co-founder
  Pete Humphries of Lexington; a sister, Shirley Gilpin of Berea;     of the Galilean Ministries and attended Dunnville Christian
  and three grandchildren: Michael Lee Evans, Drew and Dalton         Church. Survivors include her husband, Gerald "Jerry"
  Humphries. Funeral services were March 25 at W.L. Pruitt            Tucker; 37 children, Becky Martin, Jessica Stephens, Renee
  Funeral Home. Burial was in Reed Cemetery. Pallbearers              Al-Gassab, Laurie Hemsoth, Zachary Harpin, Fredy
  were Jamie, Roger and Russell Pemberton, Mike Evans and             Calballero, Jean Beaudelaire, Tony Paz, Abdul Samad, Martin
  Shawn Denny.                                                        Murrillo, Effie Pierrie, Molly Beachy, Ebony Bright, Vennie
TOELKE, MARY E. TOELKE. Mary Ellen Toelke of Liberty died             Dorvil, Juan Sanabria, Frankie Sierra, George Sallee, Mara
  Friday, Dec. 14, 2007 at St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington. She      and Candy Velica, and Jeremy, John, Jeff, Sunshine,
  was 62. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio on April 26, 1945, she was         Rochelle, Luella, James, Weldon, Elizabeth, Rosa, Ernie,
  the daughter of the late John and Josephine Elizabeth               Milton, Patty, Amy, Alicia, Rebekah, Ena and Kristi Tucker;
  Dossche Buck. She was a homemaker and a data entry                  two brothers, Perry and Pat Burda; a sister, Debbie Tucker;
  operator at ACS in Liberty. She was a member of St. Peters          42 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. She was
  Catholic Church in New Richmond, Ohio and the widow of              preceded in death by five children, Donald, Robby and
  Wilbur L. Toelke. Survivors include a son, Christopher L.           Tommy Tucker, Ramsey Porter and Sandy Thermilus.
  Toelke; three daughters, Michele Eldridge of Rosevelt, Utah,        Funeral services will be Monday, June 25 at 10 a.m. at the
  Erin McDonald of Liberty and Janet Harvey of Cincinnati,            Galilean Home Gymnasium by Emmett Lanham and Marc
  Ohio; 10 grandchildren; a great-grandchild; and a brother,          Carr. Burial will be in the Galilean Cemetery. Visitation will be
  William Buck of Florida. She was preceded in death by a             Saturday, June 23 from noon until 9 p.m. and Sunday from 10
  daughter, Rita Josephine Harvey; and a brother, Joseph              a.m. until 9 p.m. at the gymnasium. Pallbearers will be
  Buck. Graveside services were Dec. 18 at St. Peters                 Jeremy, John, Jeff and Joey Tucker, Zachary Harpin, Tony
  Cemetery in New Richmond, Ohio. Pallbearers were Chris              Paz, Merv Martin and Kevin Stephens. Honorary pallbearers
  Toelke, Chris McDonald, Rob Head, David Ollis, William Buck         will be Jean Beaudelaire, Abdul Samad, Fredy Calballero and
  and Richard Toelke. McKinney-Brown Funeral Home was in              Micky Tucker. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are
  charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, the family              suggested to the Galilean Home.
  requests donations be made to funeral expenses.                   TURPIN, HOWARD J. TURPIN. Howard J. Turpin of Hustonville
TRAYLOR, GILBERT TRAYLOR. Gilbert Traylor of Ellisburg died           died Tuesday, June 5, 2007 at Lake Cumberland Regional
  Sunday, March 25, 2007 at his residence. He was 85. . Born          Hospital in Somerset. He was 87. Born in Casey County on
  in Casey County, he was the son of the late Tommy and Pearl         Oct. 4, 1919, he was the son of the late D.C. and Bessie
  Conner Traylor. He was a farmer. Survivors include his wife,        Montgomery Turpin. He was a retired farmer and attended
   the Hustonville Pentecostal Church. He was the widower of             Phelps, Reese and Noah Brown, Trent and Maggie Rodgers,
   Lillian Traylor Turpin. Survivors include a son, Elvin Turpin of      Madison and Dalton Weddle and Allen and Sadie Godbey.
   Hustonville; four daughters, Bea Edwards, Betsy Watson and
   Jerline Watson, all of Liberty, and Deanie Edwards of              VAUGHN, VERA BROWN VAUGHN. Vera Brown Vaughn of
   Hustonville; two sisters, Helen Peyton of Liberty and Nellie         Liberty died Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2007 at her home. She
   Fisher of Indiana; 14 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren          was 91. Born in Casey County on July 29, 1916, she was the
   and a great-great-grandchild, Shelby McQueary. He was                daughter of the late William E. and Dollie Brown. She was a
   preceded in death by a son, Donald Turpin; two great-                homemaker and a member of Brush Creek Christian Church.
   grandchildren, Colby Taylor and Davy Phelps; five brothers;          She was the widow of Rufus Vaughn. Survivors include three
   and four sisters. Funeral services were June 8 at W.L. Pruitt        sons, Garnett Vaughn of Shirley, Ind., Larry Vaughn of
   Funeral Home by Arthur Selch and Mitch Adams. Burial was             Markleville, Ind. and Garry "Pete" Vaughn of Liberty; a
   in Hustonville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Brian Watson, Jay          daughter, Vickie Ann Vaughn of Liberty; eight grandchildren;
   Kach, Mitch Eades, Chris McQueary, Gary Burke and                    two step-grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; four step-
   Brandon Poff. Honorary pallbearers were Mitchell Adams and           great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild. She was
   Willie Sharp.                                                        preceded in death by a daughter, Jean Burton; a son, Victor
                                                                        Dan Vaughn; a grandchild; a great-grandchild, Autume
VANHOOK, LENA SANDIDGE VANHOOK. Lena Sandidge                           Vaughn; and a brother, Cale Brown. Funeral services were
  VanHook of Moreland died Sunday, June 17, 2007 at her                 Sept. 15 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Ronnie
  home. She was 86. Born in Lincoln County on June 27, 1920,            McKinney. Burial was in Whited Cemetery. Pallbearers were
  she was the daughter of the late Thales Madison and Mattie            Marty Vaughn, Spenser Vaughn, Adam Brosio, Larry Vaughn,
  Mae Bishop Sandidge. She was retired from Hustonville                 Michael Burton, Brian Ashby, Monty Vaughn, Garnett Vaughn
  School where she cooked for 30 years and was a member of              and Mark Burton.
  Moreland Christian Church. She was the widow of Everett
  Maurice VanHook. Survivors include two daughters, Patty             WALL, M. STANLEY WALL. M. Stanley Wall of Lexington died
  VanHook and Connie (and Marvin) Wilson of Moreland; and               Thursday, June 14, 2007. He was 91. Born in Casey County
  several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by              on Nov. 11, 1915, he was the son of the late George W. and
  an infant son. Funeral services are June 21 at 1:30 p.m. at           Vernice Durham Wall. Wall attended Berea College where he
  W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by the Rev. David Smith. Burial will         earned a bachelor's degree in agriculture in 1938. He earned
  be in Hustonville Cemetery. Visitation will be today (June 20)        his master's and doctoral degrees at the University of
  from 4 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. Pallbearers are Dale            Kentucky and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws
  and Ronnie Allen, Dale Smith, Rick Cole, Billy Myers, James           degree. He was retired from the University of Kentucky and
  Laswell and Dr. Vance True.                                           was a charter member of Farm House Fraternity. He also
                                                                        served on the Resolution Committee for Farm Bureau. He
VANOY, ELNORA VANOY. Elnora Randolph Vanoy of Moreland                  taught Sunday school and served as a deacon and elder at
  died Sunday, March 18, 2007 in Stanford. She was 94. Born             Broadway Christian Church. Survivors include his wife, Ruby
  Feb. 25, 1913 in Casey County, she was the daughter of the            Hamm; a son, Michael (and Ginger) Wall of Paris, Ky.; four
  late Virgil and Lenore Lynn Randolph. She was a member of             daughters, Maureen (and Charles) Garrison of Greenville,
  Harris Creek Baptist Church. She was the widow of Ernest              N.C., Phyllis (and Richard) Rohlf, Kathleen Harris (and
  Vanoy. Suriviors include three daughters, Darlene Qualls of           Charles Poole) and Barbara Peebles, all of Lexington; three
  Junction City, Mildred Followell of Manilla, Ind. and Gloria          sisters, Pauline Faulkner of Nicholasville, Charlotte Klein of Ft.
  Bright of Bradfordsville; three sons, Stanley Vanoy of                Worth, Texas and Marvel Morgan of Lincoln, Neb.; 11
  Hustonville, Wilbur Vanoy of Danville and Leland Vanoy of             grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; a great-great-
  Lancaster; a half-brother, Harold Randolph of Indiana; two            grandchild; and a special friend, Florence Huff. He was
  half-sisters, Lucille Strevels and Sally Woods, both of Casey         preceded in death by a grandchild, David Wall; a sister, Vida
  County; 18 grandchildren, 35 great-grandchildren; and 13              Downey; and a brother, George Shannon Wall. Funeral
  great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a             services were June 19 at the W. R. Milward Mortuary-
  son, Boyd Vanoy; and three grandchildren. Funeral services            Southland in Lexington. Burial was in the Lancaster
  are today (Wednesday) at 1 p.m. at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home           Cemetery. Pallbearers were his grandchildren. Honorary
  by G.W. Smith. Burial will be in Poplar Grove Cemetery.               pallbearers were the members of the Builders Class at
  Pallbearers are Stan, Brian and Jeffrey Vanoy, David and              Broadway Christian Church. Memorial contributions are
  Gary Qualls, Wayne Followell,and Keith and Kevin Bright.              suggested to the M. Stanley Wall Scholarship Fund in
  Memorial contributions are suggested to Heritage Hospice or           Agriculture, UK Agriculture Office for Advancement, E.S.
  Harris Creek Baptist Building Fund.                                   Good Barn, University of Kentucky, 1451 University Drive,
                                                                        Lexington, KY 40546-0097.
VANOY, GLEN VANOY. Glen Vanoy of Liberty died Thursday,
  May 24, 2007 at his home. He was 84. Born in Casey County           WALL, ROSIE HELEN WALL. Rosie Helen Wall of Liberty died
  on Aug. 28, 1922, he was the son of the late John Harrison            Saturday, Nov. 3, 2007 at her home. She was 80. Born in
  and Bertha Cochran Vanoy. He was a farmer, a member of                Casey County on Nov. 7, 1926, she was the daughter of the
  Liberty First Christian Church and a World War II veteran of          late Ben and Fannie Clements Richard-son. She was a
  the U.S. Army. Survivors include his wife, Frieda Luttrell            homemaker and the widow of Cleo Wall. Survivors include a
  Vanoy; three daughters, Glenda (and Brent) Harrison, Patricia         niece, Patsy (and Mitchell) Taylor of Liberty, and several other
  (and Zandell) Buck and April (and Chad) Weddle, all of                nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by four
  Dunnville; six grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. He          sisters, Della Mae Richardson, Hazel Carpen-ter, Nellie
  was preceded in death by a sister, Dorothy L. Cochran; and            Masters and Margie Spargue; and three brothers, Coy, Owen
  two brothers, Paul and Edward Vanoy. Funeral services were            and James Earl Richardson. Funeral services were Nov. 6 at
  May 27 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Homer                   McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Shirley Denson.
  Hecht. Burial was in Antioch Cemetery with military honors.           Burial was in Willow Springs Cemetery.
  Pallbearers were Steven Brown, Chad Weddle, Trevor
  Harrison, Bryan Luttrell, Will Hatter, Barry Rousey, Winfrey        WARE, EVELYN WARE. Evelyn Ware of Liberty died Thursday,
  Vanoy and Tim Vanoy. Honorary pallbearers were Jalen                  Feb. 15, 2007 at Danville Center for Health and Rehab. She
                                                                        was 92. Born in Gilpin on July 11, 1914, she was the
   daughter of the late Olie Reid and Laura Belle Lawhorn              East in Lexington. He was 79. Born in Carthage, Ohio on Oct.
   Wilson. She was a farmer. Survivors include a son, Terrill          27, 1928, he was the son of the late Hugal and Mary Vanhook
   Dowell Ware of Liberty; three grandchildren, Steven Duane           Wesley. He was a retired water treatment and sewage plant
   Ware of Scottsburg, Ind., Elizabeth Diane Pierce of Kaysville,      operator for the City of Liberty. Survivors include his wife,
   Utah, and Malena Darlene Shaw of Mesa, Ariz.; nine great-           Glenda McQueary Wesley; two sons, Steve (and Brenda)
   grandchildren, Sonny Hall, Kayla, Stephanie and Stevie Ware,        Wesley of Liberty and Judd (and Nancy) Wesley of Atlanta,
   Erin and Morgan Pierce and Eli, Mahala and Danta Shaw; and          Ga.; three daughters, Robyn Tanner of Liberty, Emily (and
   a sister, Pearl Lanham of Dunnville. She was preceded in            Chad) Edwards of Danville and Megan Wesley of Richmond;
   death by two sisters and two brothers. Funeral services were        a brother, Archie Wesley of Texas; a sister, Eva Wilkinson of
   Feb. 17 at Bartle Funeral Home Chapel by Gene Myers.                Los Angeles, Calif.; six grandchildren; and six great-
   Burial was in Lawhorn Cemetery. Pallbearers were Terrill            grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a sister, Ella
   Ware, Malena Shaw, Elizabeth Diane Pierce, Isaac Hall, Larry        Mae Brown; and a brother, Pallas Wesley. Funeral services
   Lester, Junior Gilpin and Terry Salyers. Honorary pallbearers       were Nov. 23 at Bartle Funeral Home by Bro. Kenny Spaw.
   were Steven and Stevie Ware, Eli and Brian Shaw, and Mark           Burial was in Glenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jimmy,
   Pierce.                                                             Blake, Dennis, Wayne and Matt Wesley, Mike Beard and
                                                                       Johnny Williams. Honorary pallbearers were Cecil Hatter,
WESLEY, CLARENCE WESLEY. Clarence Wesley of                            Clyde Wesley and James Clark.
  Bethelridge died March 5, 2007 at Lake Cumberland Regional
  Hospital in Somerset. He was 88. Born in Casey County on          WESLEY, ROBERT PASCAL WESLEY. Robert "Bob" Pascal
  April 30, 1918, he was the son of the late Orville McKinley and     Wesley of Liberty died Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2007 at St. Joseph
  Victoria Smith Wesley. He was a farmer and member of                East in Lexington. He was 79. Born in Carthage, Ohio on Oct.
  Ferndale Baptist Church. He was the widower of Luevernie            27, 1928, he was the son of the late Hugal and Mary Vanhook
  Gadberry Wesley. Survivors include six daughters, Dorothy           Wesley. He was a retired water treatment and sewage plant
  Marie Terwilliger and Lafern Blevins, both of Liberty, Ethel        operator for the City of Liberty. Survivors include his wife,
  Mayrine Haste and Mary Rose Haste, both of Science Hill,            Glenda McQueary Wesley; two sons, Steve (and Brenda)
  Audrey Faye Ball of Frankfort and Aline Burton of London;           Wesley of Liberty and Judd (and Nancy) Wesley of Atlanta,
  seven sons, Estel McKinley Wesley and Roy Dee Wesley,               Ga.; three daughters, Robyn Tanner of Liberty, Emily (and
  both of Harrodsburg, Vernon T. Wesley of New Whiteland,             Chad) Edwards of Danville and Megan Wesley of Richmond;
  Ind., Rufus Jay Wesley and Lester Lee Wesley, both of               a brother, Archie Wesley of Texas; a sister, Eva Wilkinson of
  Bethelridge, Chester Thomas Wesley of Charles-town, Ind.            Los Angeles, Calif.; six grandchildren; and six great-
  and Wayne Lincoln Wesley of Hustonville; 26 grandchildren;          grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a sister, Ella
  36 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; and          Mae Brown; and a brother, Pallas Wesley. Funeral services
  two sisters, Ovaline Gadberry of Liberty and Edith Fee of           were Nov. 23 at Bartle Funeral Home by Bro. Kenny Spaw.
  Cincinnati. In addition to his parents and wife, he was             Burial was in Glenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jimmy,
  preceded in death by a daughter, Betty Ruth Wesley; a               Blake, Dennis, Wayne and Matt Wesley, Mike Beard and
  brother, Edwin Thomas Wesley; and two sisters, Myrtie               Johnny Williams. Honorary pallbearers were Cecil Hatter,
  Wesley and Christine Thompson. Funeral services were                Clyde Wesley and James Clark.
  March 8 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bros. David
  Terwilliger and Bobby Clark. Burial was in Watson Chapel          WETHINGTON, ANNA ADELL WETHINGTON. Anna Adell
  Cemetery. Pallbearers were Greg, Kirby, Phillip, Jeffery, Roy       Wethington of Lebanon, Ind. died Thursday, Feb. 15, 2007 at
  Dee and Kevin Wesley, Gary Haste, Keith Ball and Bryan              St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis. She was 86. Born in
  Terwilliger.                                                        Clementsville on May 7, 1920, she was the daughter of the
                                                                      late James Herbert and Nettie Helm Ewing. She was the
WESLEY, GOLDIE M. WESLEY. Goldie M. Wesley of Liberty                 widow of Felix Wethington and a member of St. Joseph
  died Thursday, Aug. 9, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional            Catholic Church in Lebanon, Ind. Survivors include three
  Medical Center in Danville. She was 87. Born in Yosemite on         daughters, Sharon Ann Albaugh of Frankfort, Ind., Martha
  May 12, 1920, she was the daughter of the late Wilford              Sigler (and George) of Mechanicsburg and Kathy Cross (and
  Randolph and Annie Pearl Richardson Phelps. She was a               John) of Elizaville, Ind.; a sister, Charlene Hughes of
  homemaker and member of the Corinth First Church of God.            Campbellsville; eight grandchildren; and 10 great-
  She was the widow of James Vernon Wesley. Survivors                 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Daniel L.
  include two sons, James Phillip Wesley of Lawrenceburg and          Wethington; a daughter, Connie Lamar; a son-in-law, Larry
  Larry Mitchell Wesley of Liberty; a daughter, Shelia Ann            Albaugh; a granddaughter, Danielle Albaugh; two brothers,
  Peavley of Hustonville; a brother, Wilford Earl Randolph of         Travis Ewing and Clarence Ewing; and a sister, Catherine
  Eubank; a sister, Mary Christine Baugh of Bethelridge; 12           Murphy. Funeral services were Feb. 19 at St. Joseph
  grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-       Catholic Church in Lebanon, Ind. by the Rev. Thomas
  grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Vernon           Metzger. Burial was in St. Joseph Cemetery. Memorial
  Earl Wesley; a grandchild; a brother, Willie Elbert Randolph;       contributions are suggested to St. Joseph Catholic Church,
  two sisters, Ollie Exraine Randolph and Pauline Randolph; six       319 E. South St., Lebanon, IN 46052.
  half-sisters, Marie Rayborn, Myrtle Randolph, Bessie Coulder,
  Gracie Clark, Montie Roy and Florence Cochran Anderson;           WETHINGTON, CYNTHIA MANELL WETHINGTON. Cynthia
  seven half-brothers, Cecil, Ethal and Reed, Herbert Wheeler,        Manell Wethington of Woodrum Ridge Road in Liberty died
  Preston, Fred and Horace Randolph. Funeral services were            Sunday, March 11, 2007 in Somerset. She was 74. Born in
  Aug. 12 at Bartle Funeral Home Chapel by Bro. Steven                Casey County on July 29, 1932, she was the daughter of the
  Willingham, Bro. Mike Cox and Bro. Mike Hatter. Burial was in       late Everett and Mary Wilkinson Gillock. She was a
  Middleburg Cemetery. Pallbearers were Casey, Andrew,                homemaker and a member of Oak Hill Baptist Church. She
  Chris, Barry and James Earl Wesley, Chad Peavley and                was the widow of Aubrey Wethington. Survivors include a
  Bobby Baker.                                                        daughter, Sandra E. (and Ronnie) Rowlett of Somerset; a son,
                                                                      Ray (and Betty) Wethington of Mt. Eden; two grandchildren;
WESLEY, ROBERT PASCAL WESLEY. Robert "Bob" Pascal                     six great-grandchildren; three sisters, Naomi Streeval, Lucille
  Wesley of Liberty died Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2007 at St. Joseph         Asberry and Lauana Crowe, all of Lancaster; and a brother,
   Haskel Gillock of Hustonville. In addition to her parents and      Wethington of Columbia; and a mother-in-law, Norma Watson
   husband, she was preceded in death by two brothers, Buster         of Liberty. He was preceded in death by his grandparents,
   and Willis B. Gillock; and three sisters, Geneva Peck, Helen       Claxton and Lena Pennington and Lucian Wethington.
   Poff and Nannie Lane. Funeral services are today (March 14)        Funeral services were Oct. 22 at Green River Valley Separate
   at 10 a.m. at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Dr. Harold            Baptist Church by Bro. Casey Davis, Bro. Troy Grider and
   Brown. Burial will be in Poplar Grove Cemetery.                    Bro. Jamie Bryant. Burial was in Green River Valley
                                                                      Cemetery. Pallbearers were Kevin Watson, David Emerson,
WETHINGTON, FRANCIS ERIC WETHINGTON. Francis Eric                     Alan McQueary, Lee Monday, Weldon Herron, Brad
  Wethington of Clementsville died Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2007 at          Pennington, and Justen and Mark Wesley. Honorary
  Taylor Regional Hospital in Campbellsville. He was 70. Born         pallbearers were Jeff Woodrum, Jeff Miller, Bernie Lee
  in Casey County on Dec. 30, 1936, he was the son of the late        Wesley, John Wesley and the men at Green River Valley
  Joseph Thaddous and Lena Agnes Wethington. He was a                 Separate Baptist Church. McKinney-Brown Funeral Home
  farmer and a member of St. Bernard Catholic Church.                 was in charge of arrangements.
  Survivors include his wife, Velma Woodrum Wethington; four
  sons, Gregory, Michael and Marcus Wethington, all of             WHEELER, CARLOS H. WHEELER, 44. Carlos Harold Wheeler
  Clementsville, and Jeffrey Wethington of Morgantown, W.Va.;        of Liberty died Sunday, Oct. 21, 2007 at the Markey Cancer
  a daughter, Leisha Holzlsnecht of Taylor County; eight             Center in Lexington. He was 44. Born in Danville on April 28,
  grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; four sisters, Irene        1963, he was the son of Oval and Anita Wethington Wheeler
  Ewing of Louisville, Exzilda Sanders of Knifley, Mary Abell of     of Liberty. He was a welder and worked in the lawn care
  Columbia and Martha Campbell of Liberty; and a brother,            business as well as being a member of Brush Creek
  Marvin Wethington of Springfield, Ohio. He was preceded in         Pentecostal Church. He formerly served in the U.S. National
  death by a grandchild; and two brothers, Joseph Jessie             Guard. Survivors include his wife, Becky Grider Wheeler; his
  Wething-ton and Curtis Wethington. Funeral services were           maternal grandmother, Marie Wethington of Liberty; two
  Feb. 24 at St. Bernard Catholic Church by Father Lawman            brothers, Jimmy Ray (and Cindy) Wheeler of Somerset and
  Chibundi. Burial was in St. Bernard Cemetery. Pallbearers          Billy (and Emma) Wheeler of Campbellsville; a sister, Katrina
  were Kevin, Little Eric, Deric and Ryan Wethington, Gary           Swartz of Somerset; three nieces, Jamie (and Larry) Salyers
  Campbell, Mark Hinkle and Brent Atwood. Honorary                   of Liberty, and Whitney (and J.J.) Jeffries and Adrienne
  pallbearers were Becky, Mason and Olivia Hinkle, and Ashley,       Dailey, both of Somerset; a nephew, Brandon (and Amanda)
  Austin and Matthew Wethington. Memorial contributions are          Pemberton of Somerset; two great-nephews, Mason Jeffries
  suggested to the American Lung Association. McKinney-              and Tyson Salyers; and a great-niece, Haile Pemberton.
  Brown Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.                  Funeral services were Oct. 24 at 2 p.m. at Bartle Funeral
                                                                     Home Chapel by Bro. Shirley Denson and Bro. Bearl King.
WETHINGTON, ROBERT K. WETHINGTON, 42. Robert Kendall                 Burial is in Glenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers are members of
  "Robby" Wethington of Liberty died Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2007 at       the Poplar Springs Fire Department.
  Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. He
  was 42. Born in Ohio on Jan. 2, 1965, he was the son of          WHEELER, CARLOS H. WHEELER, 44. Carlos Harold Wheeler
  Dallon and Kathryn Pennington Wethington of Columbia. He           of Liberty died Sunday, Oct. 21, 2007 at the Markey Cancer
  was a farmer and timberman as well as a member of Green            Center in Lexington. He was 44. Born in Danville on April 28,
  River Valley Separate Baptist Church. Survivors include his        1963, he was the son of Oval and Anita Wethington Wheeler
  wife, Karen Watson Wethington; two daughters, Kendra Joy           of Liberty. He was a welder and worked in the lawn care
  and Kara Emilee Wethington of Liberty; a sister, Kim (and          business as well as being a member of Brush Creek
  Lee) Monday of Columbia; a niece and nephew, Kendell and           Pentecostal Church. He formerly served in the U.S. National
  Kerry Monday; a brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Kevin and        Guard. Survivors include his wife, Becky Grider Wheeler; his
  Rose Watson of Liberty; his grandmother, Grethan                   maternal grandmother, Marie Wethington of Liberty; two
  Wethington of Columbia; and a mother-in-law, Norma Watson          brothers, Jimmy Ray (and Cindy) Wheeler of Somerset and
  of Liberty. He was preceded in death by his grandparents,          Billy (and Emma) Wheeler of Campbellsville; a sister, Katrina
  Claxton and Lena Pennington and Lucian Wethington.                 Swartz of Somerset; three nieces, Jamie (and Larry) Salyers
  Funeral services were Oct. 22 at Green River Valley Separate       of Liberty, and Whitney (and J.J.) Jeffries and Adrienne
  Baptist Church by Bro. Casey Davis, Bro. Troy Grider and           Dailey, both of Somerset; a nephew, Brandon (and Amanda)
  Bro. Jamie Bryant. Burial was in Green River Valley                Pemberton of Somerset; two great-nephews, Mason Jeffries
  Cemetery. Pallbearers were Kevin Watson, David Emerson,            and Tyson Salyers; and a great-niece, Haile Pemberton.
  Alan McQueary, Lee Monday, Weldon Herron, Brad                     Funeral services were Oct. 24 at 2 p.m. at Bartle Funeral
  Pennington, and Justen and Mark Wesley. Honorary                   Home Chapel by Bro. Shirley Denson and Bro. Bearl King.
  pallbearers were Jeff Woodrum, Jeff Miller, Bernie Lee             Burial is in Glenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers are members of
  Wesley, John Wesley and the men at Green River Valley              the Poplar Springs Fire Department.
  Separate Baptist Church. McKinney-Brown Funeral Home
  was in charge of arrangements.                                   WHITAKER, JUANITA WHITAKER. Juanita Whitaker of Lawshe,
                                                                     Ohio died Sunday, May 27, 2007 at Hillcrest Nursing Home.
WETHINGTON, ROBERT K. WETHINGTON, 42. Robert Kendall                 She was 75. Born in Casey County on March 24, 1932, she
  "Robby" Wethington of Liberty died Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2007 at       was the daughter of the late Chester L. and Anna Henderson
  Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. He           Foley. She was a former teller at the Dunnville branch of
  was 42. Born in Ohio on Jan. 2, 1965, he was the son of            Casey County Bank and a member of Dunnville Christian
  Dallon and Kathryn Pennington Wethington of Columbia. He           Church. Survivors include a son, Roger Whitaker of Ohio; a
  was a farmer and timberman as well as a member of Green            daughter, Debbie Whitaker of Ohio; a brother, C.L. Foley of
  River Valley Separate Baptist Church. Survivors include his        Dunnville; a sister, Beulah Pittman of Greensboro, N.C.; a
  wife, Karen Watson Wethington; two daughters, Kendra Joy           sister-in-law, Marion Foley of Springdale, Ohio; and three
  and Kara Emilee Wethington of Liberty; a sister, Kim (and          grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two brothers,
  Lee) Monday of Columbia; a niece and nephew, Kendell and           Arnold and Claude Foley; and a half-brother, Albert Bottoms.
  Kerry Monday; a brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Kevin and        Funeral services are today (May 30) at 2 p.m. at Bartle
  Rose Watson of Liberty; his grandmother, Grethan
   Funeral Home Liberty by the Rev. Marc Carr. Burial will be in        the Epsilon Chi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi service sorority.
   Thomastown Cemetery.                                                 She was self-employed as a certified court reporter. In
                                                                        addition to her mother, survivors include her daughter Andrea
WHITED, RON WHITED. Ron Whited of Liberty died on                       (and John) Mesplay of Danville; two grandsons, Harrison and
  Tuesday, June 5, 2007 at the V.A. Medical Center in                   Jackson Mesplay; two sisters, Barbara (and Curtis) True of
  Lexington. He was 58. Born in Liberty on July 28, 1948, he            Liberty and Virginia Freeman of Shelbyville; a nephew, Gary
  was the son of the late Everett and Grace Hatfield Whited. He         True of Harrodsburg; three nieces, Audrey (and Scott) Rousey
  was the police chief for the City of Liberty and an employee of       of Hustonville, DaVida (and Ron) Gyr of Frankfort and
  the Casey County Judicial Center as well as a former police           Heather (and Dan) Johnson of Frankfort; and two aunts,
  chief for the Greensburg Police Department. He also was a             Lucille Gilpin of Liberty and Aleena Sutherland of Clarksville,
  former employee of Bartle Funeral Home. Whited was a                  Tenn. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Indian
  veteran, having served in the U.S. Marine Corps. He served            Hills Christian Church in Danville by the Rev. Odis Clark.
  as chairman of the Casey County E-911 board, and was a                Burial will be in the Glenwood Cemetery. Visitation will be
  member of the Casey County ASAP committee, the Elder                  from 4 to 7 p.m. today (Wednesday) at the Indian Hills
  Abuse Council and International Chiefs of Police. Survivors           Christian Church. Memorial contributions are suggested to
  include his wife, Reece Allen Whited; a stepson, Ryan League          the Building Fund of Indian Hills Christian Church, 516
  of Lexington; two stepdaughters, Billie Sheene of Liberty and         Grabruck St., Danville, KY; the Lupus Foundation of America,
  Tina Berardi of Lexington; a sister, Sherry Parrot of Lebanon;        Inc., P.O. Box 631047, Baltimore, MD 21263-1047; or the
  four brothers, Tony and Gary Whited, both of Liberty, Pat             National Alliance on Mental Illness: NAMI, Donor Services,
  Whited of Danville and Bill Whited of Jacksonville, Fla.; four        P.O. Box 630577, Baltimore, MD 21263-0577.
  step-grandchildren; and eight step-great-grandchildren. He
  was preceded in death by a sister, Brenda Hale. Funeral            WILLIAMS, WILLIAM "JOSH" WILLIAMS. William Joshua "Josh"
  services were June 8 at the Bartle Funeral Home Chapel by             Williams of Carman Creek Road, in Kings Mountain died
  the Revs. Dwight Coffman, Luther Rodgers and Phillip                  Wednesday, April 18, 2007 at Casey County Hospital. He was
  Smallwood. Burial was in Whited Cemetery. Pallbearers were            25. Born in Somerset on October 30, 1981, he was the son of
  Robby Murphy, Grant Vorbroker, Bruce Hogue, Steve Garrett,            Dexter and Bonnie Williams Dick of Kings Mountain. He was
  Adam Hogue and Patrick Vance. Honorary pallbearers were               self-employed as a laborer and farmer. In addition to his
  Donald Wilson, Craig Overstreet, Harvey Bartle, Karen                 parents, survivors include his grandmother, Barbara Kinser
  Goode, Jerry Coffman and Steve Sweeney.                               (and Pete Yates) of Kings Mountain; and his grandfather,
                                                                        Ralph Williams of Alabama. Funeral services were April 22 at
WILKERSON, LANEER MAE WILKERSON. Laneer Mae                             the chapel of Morris & Hislope Funeral Home in Science Hill
   Wilkerson of Dunnville died Friday, Feb. 9, 2007 at Casey            by Bro. Kenny Caudill. Burial was in Pilot Cemetery.
   County Hospital. She was 72. Born in Casey County on Dec.
   21, 1934, she was the daughter of the late Alvie Franklin and     WILSON, JAMES BLAIR WILSON. James Blair "J.B." Wilson of
   Orine Smith Terry. She was a retired U.S. Postal Service             Liberty died March 16, 2007 at Ephraim McDowell Medical
   employee, a member of the Dunnville Fire Department and a            Center in Danville. He was 69. Born in Russell Springs on
   member of Dunnville Christian Church. She was the widow of           Jan. 22, 1938, he was the son of the late Earl and Hester
   Marlin Wilkerson. Survivors include a son, Scott (and Vicki)         McCowan Wilson. He was a former employee of Crane Co.
   Wilkerson of Liberty; two grandchildren, Heather and Eric            and the owner of Wilson's Wholesale Bait. He was a
   Wilkerson; two brothers, Thurman and Larry Terry, both of            Specialist E-4 U.S. Army veteran. He attended New
   Dunnville; and three sisters, Alvleen Bernard of Dunnville,          Testament Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Janice
   Emma Jane Monday of Florence and Roberta Thomas of                   Gayle Wilson; two sons, Tommy (and Barb) Wilson of Science
   Shepherdsville. Funeral services were Feb. 12 at McKinney-           Hill and Marcus (and Melissa) White of Liberty; a daughter,
   Brown Funeral Home by the Rev. Carl Thomas. Burial was in            Faith White of Liberty; a brother, Dalton Wilson of Russell
   Antioch Cemetery. Pallbearers were Brent Bernard, Terry              Springs; a sister, Doris (and Benny) Cubitt of Prosperity, S.C.;
   Thomas, Jeff Monday, Ricky Terry, Steve McDonald and Jeff            five grandchildren, Tyler and Dustin Wilson, Hailey White, and
   Owens.                                                               Justin and Chris Atwood; a great-grandchild, Jaylee Atwood;
                                                                        and his mother-in-law, Sallie Henderson. He was preceded in
WILKINSON, FLOYD M. WILKINSON, 94. Floyd Monroe                         death by his step-father, W.C. Evans Sr.; his first wife, Velma
   Wilkinson of Liberty died Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2007 at Casey           Henderson; two children, Randy and Vicky Wilson; and his
   County Hospital. He was 94. Born in Casey County on April            father-in-law, Carthel Henderson. Funeral services were
   15, 1913, he was the son of the late Joseph T. and Ada True          March 20 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Billy
   Wilkinson. He was a farmer, school teacher and rural mail            Cloud. Burial was at the Whited Cemetery with military rites.
   carrier as well as a World War II veteran of the U.S. Army and       Pallbearers were Hartley Scott, Jamie Clark, Paul Pendegraft,
   a member of Brush Creek Christian Church. Survivors                  Mark Henderson, Steve Burton and Richard Croft.
   include his wife, Ella B. Frost Wilkinson; two daughters, Joyce
   Sharp of Richmond and Dixie Wilkinson of Somerset; five           WOODRUM, CHARLES G. WOODRUM. Charles Garnett
   grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and two great-            Woodrum of Junction City died Monday, March 17, 2007. He
   great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by three              was 69. Born on Aug. 9, 1938, he was the son of the late
   brothers, Luil, Ancil and William Wilkinson; and two sisters,       Johnny and Mae Woodrum. He was a member of First
   Ethel Combest and Rita Wilkinson. Funeral services were             Baptist Church of Junction City, was a retired employee of the
   Oct. 5 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Homer                 former Whitehouse Humphry Garage and volunteered at the
   Hecht. Burial was in Glenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were            Ponderosa Speedway. Survivors include his wife, Rosemary
   Michael Haggard, Jay Shape, Bill Moberley, Ryan Moberley,           Woodrum; a sister, Shirley Murphy; two brothers, Sheral (and
   Scott Tackett and Dixie Wilkinson.                                  Diann) Woodrum and Gilbert (and Dorenda) Woodrum, both
                                                                       of Liberty; two daughters, Karen Riley and Lois (and Glenn)
WILLIAMS, CLARIECE JEAN WILLIAMS. Clarice Jean Reid                    Miller, both of Hazard; two sons, Jimmy Crawford of Hazard
   Williams died Wednesday, April 4, 2007 in Knoxville, Tenn.          and David (and Peggy) Crawford of Louisville; 13
   She was 57. Born on July 5, 1949, she was the daughter of           grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Funeral services
   Flora Pearl Clements Reid of Liberty and the late Clarence F.       were March 21 at Stith Family Life Center by the Rev. Dale
   Reid. She was a member of Indian Hills Christian Church and
   Denton. Burial was in the Danville Memorial Gardens.               Florence and Brandon Sims; and six great-grandchildren.
   Pallbearers were Wayne and Jonathan Woodrum, Allen and             She was preceded in death by a grandchild. Funeral services
   Dallon Murphy, Micky Frisby and Jeff Lynn.                         were Nov. 27 at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by the Rev. Mark
                                                                      Tate. Burial was in Buffalo Springs. Pallbearers were Tommy,
WOODRUM, HOWARD WOODRUM. Howard Woodrum of                            David, Scott and James Wray, Carol Buchanan, Danny
  Cincinnati died Sunday, Feb. 25, 2007 at his home. He was           Culbertson, Blake Florence and Donnie Hendrickson.
  91. Born in Casey County on Feb. 22, 1916, he was the son
  of the late Ed and Mary Grooms Woodrum. Survivors include        WRAY, HELEN JOSEPHINE WRAY. Helen Josephine Wray of
  two daughters, Jean (and Eulys) Monday and Marguerite (and         Lincoln County died Saturday, Nov. 24, 2007. She was 65.
  Gene) Gibson; two sons, Larry (and Debbie) Woodrum and             Born in Casey County on July 10, 1941, she was the daughter
  Lloyd (and Sabrina) Woodrum; three step-daughters, Janet           of Chilcie Turpin of Harrodsburg and the late Sam Turpin.
  (and Gordon) Carlson, Martha (and David) Clark and Sherry          She was the widow of Leonard Wray. In addition to her
  (and Rick) Reynolds; a step-son, Ron Durham; six                   mother, survivors include two sons, Leonard T. Wray Jr. and
  grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; step-grandchildren;      David Wray, both of Lincoln County; three daughters, Donna
  step-great-grandchildren; and a sister, Ruth Irving. He was        Daugherty of Hustonville, Brenda Banta of Nonco, La. and
  preceded in death by four siblings, Otis, Haskell and Elmer        Carol Buchanan of Lincoln Coun-ty; a sister, Marlene Smith of
  Woodrum and Ermie Buck. Funeral services will be Thursday          Indiana; seven grandchildren, Katrina Culbertson, Kristy
  (March 1) at 1 p.m. at Evendale First Church of God in             Daugherty, Kaitlyn and James Wray, Katlyn and Blake
  Cincinnati. Local graveside services will be Friday (March 2)      Florence and Brandon Sims; and six great-grandchildren.
  at 1 p.m. at Salem Methodist Church Cemetery. Memorial             She was preceded in death by a grandchild. Funeral services
  contributions are suggested to Evendale First Church of God,       were Nov. 27 at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by the Rev. Mark
  3853 Glendale Milford Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45241.                Tate. Burial was in Buffalo Springs. Pallbearers were Tommy,
                                                                     David, Scott and James Wray, Carol Buchanan, Danny
WOODS, DONALD DEAN WOODS. Donald Dean Woods of                       Culbertson, Blake Florence and Donnie Hendrickson.
  Dunnville died Tuesday, March 13, 2007 at his home. He was
  65. Born in Casey County on Jan. 28, 1942, he was the son        WRIGHT, SHELBY WRIGHT, 82. Shelby Wright of Alexandria
  of the late Arthur and Myrtle Overstreet Woods. He was a           died Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2007 at Community Hospital. He
  maintenance machinist, a 26-year veteran of the U.S. Air           was 82. Born in Liberty on Sept. 17, 1925, he was the son of
  Force and a member of the DAV. Survivors include a son,            Joe and Ida Lay Wright. . He retired in 1976 from Delco
  Darrell (and Rhonda) Woods of Dunnville; a grandchild, Richie      Remy after 31 years and was a farmer. He attended Glad
  Livengood; two brothers, Robert "R.C." Woods of Russell            Tidings Assembly of God and was a member of United Auto
  Springs and Hurlin Woods of Greenbriar, Tenn.; and a former        Workers Local 662 and Farm Bureau. Survivors include his
  wife, Ida Lee Woods. Funeral services were March 16 at             wife, Juanita Ray Wright; a son, Rick (and Sharon) Wright of
  McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Marty Shackleford.             Alexandria; three granddaughters, Melanie Wright of
  Burial was in Whited Cemetery with military rites. Pallbearers     Yorktown, Melissa (and Nelson) Colonis of West Lafayette
  were Darrell Woods, Steve Woods, Roger Garrett, Jackie             and Jennifer (and Michael) Messer of Indianapolis; two great-
  Overstreet, John Looney and Brett Caudill. Honorary                grandsons, Brandon and Devon Colonis, both of West
  pallbearers were Johnnie Overstreet, B.W. Caudill, Lowell          Lafayette; a sister, Flora Buck of Alexandria; and several
  Patton, Marshall Garrett, Jim Wilson, Marty Scott and Richie       nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by three
  Livengood.                                                         brothers, Johnny, Elvin and Willis Wright. Funeral services
                                                                     were Sept. 29 at Brown-Butz-Diedring Funeral Home by the
WOODS, R.C. WOODS. R.C. Woods of Russell Springs died                Rev. Richard True. Burial was in Anderson Memorial Park
  Wednesday, June 27, 2007 in Casey County. He was 67.               Cemetery.
  Born in Casey County on March 1, 1940, he was the son of
  the late Arthur and Myrtle Overstreet Woods. He was a            YADEN, TRAVIS A. YADEN, January 9, 2008. Travis Alger
  former employee of Formica in Cincinnati, Ohio and a               Yaden of Dry Ridge Road, Liberty, died Monday, Dec. 31,
  member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include two sons,        2007 at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center. He was
  Steve (and Donna) Woods, and Robert Woods, both of                 68. Born in Casey County on Feb. 15, 1939, he was the son
  Liberty; three daughters, Karen (and Bret) Caudill, Donna          of the late Alger and Irma Bell Watson Yaden. He was a
  (and Marty) Scott, and Anita Woods, all of Liberty; a brother,     painter for Cooper and Cooper Inc., a member of Atwoods
  Hurlin Woods of Greenbriar, Tenn.; two aunts, Irene                Chapel United Methodist Church and was a veteran of the
  Pennington and Lorene Allen, both of Liberty; and seven            U.S. Army. Survivors include his wife, Doris “Dottie” Smith
  grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a brother,              Yaden; three brothers, Larry and Danny Yaden, both of
  Donald Woods. Funeral services were July 1 at McKinney-            Liberty and Odell Yaden of Campbellsville; a sister, Judy
  Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Bud Cain. Burial was in Salem           Davis of Campbellsville; and many nieces and nephews. He
  Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bret Caudill, Bret Caudill II,          was preceded in death by three brothers, Lancer, William
  Matthew Woods, Steve Woods, Darrell Woods and Jimmy                Hunter and James Alex Yaden; and two sisters, Hope Joy and
  Terry. Honorary pallbearers were Jackie Overstreet and             Floette Yaden. Funeral services were Jan. 3 at McKinney-
  Johnny Overstreet.                                                 Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Danny Yaden and Bro. Mark
                                                                     Yaden. Burial was in Tapscott Cemetery. Pallbearers were
WRAY, HELEN JOSEPHINE WRAY. Helen Josephine Wray of                  Paul Sandusky, Donald Smith, Alice Sandusky, Danielle True,
  Lincoln County died Saturday, Nov. 24, 2007. She was 65.           Randy Yaden and Greg Yaden. Honorary pallbearers were
  Born in Casey County on July 10, 1941, she was the daughter        Jane Wardrip, Kevin King, Gary Vest, Brian Vest, Donald
  of Chilcie Turpin of Harrodsburg and the late Sam Turpin.          Austin, Preston “Prep” Noe, William Noe, Clinton Noe, Elvin
  She was the widow of Leonard Wray. In addition to her              Noe and Earl Noe.
  mother, survivors include two sons, Leonard T. Wray Jr. and
  David Wray, both of Lincoln County; three daughters, Donna       YORK, Rev. Merlyn A. York, 75. Rev. Merlyn A. York of
  Daugherty of Hustonville, Brenda Banta of Nonco, La. and           Cincinnati died Thursday, March 1, 2007 at his home. He was
  Carol Buchanan of Lincoln Coun-ty; a sister, Marlene Smith of      75. Born in Casey County on June 1, 1931, he was the son of
  Indiana; seven grandchildren, Katrina Culbertson, Kristy           the late Attis and Faye York. He was a founding member and
  Daugherty, Kaitlyn and James Wray, Katlyn and Blake                minister of Kings Run Separate Baptist Church in Cincinnati.
   He also served as assistant pastor and pastor. He served on      York; a daughter, Clydia (and David) King of Liberty; a son,
   the Presbytery board for the Separate Baptist Movement from      Tony (and Katie) York of Liberty; seven grandchildren; four
   1989-2004 and was a member of gospel groups Sons of the          great-grandchildren; and three sisters, Dottie Durham of North
   Bluegrass and The Ray Baker Trio. He was a veteran of the        Carolina and Mabel Shadoan and Mirian Smith, both of
   U.S. Air Force and retired from Jefferson Smurfit, formerly      Somerset. Funeral services were May 26 at Liberty First
   Diamond Internation-al. He was the widower of Oneita Huff        Baptist Church by Bro. Jimmy Brown. Burial was in Wilkerson
   York. Survivors include two sons, Bruce (and Cynthia) York       Cemetery in Russell County. Pallbearers were Brad King,
   and Jerry (and Jo Ann) York; eight grandchildren, Mark and       Barry King, Brian King, David King, Andy Jackson and Mike
   Craig York, Debbie Hilyer, Stacy Stetter, Rachel Anderson,       Dunham. Honorary pallbearers were grandchildren and great-
   Christy Best, and John and Ron Davis; and 21 great-              grandchildren. McKinney-Brown Funeral Home was in charge
   grandchildren. In addition to his wife and parents, he was       of arrangements.
   preceded in death by two brothers, Gene and John York; and
   two grandchildren, Brian and Juanita York. Funeral services   YOUNG, LILLIE YOUNG. Lillie Young of Liberty died Friday,
   were March 3 at Kings Run Separate Baptist Church. Burial       Feb. 2, 2007 at Casey County Hospital. She was 89. Born in
   was in Crown Hill Memorial Park in Cincinnati. Hodapp           Casey County on Dec. 13, 1917, she was the daughter of the
   Funeral Home in Cincinnati was in charge of arrangements.       late John and Marbell Byrd Shell. She was a housewife and
   Memorial contributions are suggested to Hospice of              the widow of Halon Young. Survivors include a daughter,
   Cincinnati, P.O. Box 633597, Cincinnati, Ohio 45263-3597.       Norma Jean (and Shelburn) Meeks of Liberty; Lewis (and
                                                                   Dolly) Black of Windsor, whom she reared; three
YORK, VODELLA T. YORK. Vodella T. York of Liberty died             grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and a sister,
  Wednesday, May 23, 2007 at Casey County Hospital. She            Dorothy Chansler of Yosemite. She was preceded in death
  was 84. Born in Russell County on March 22, 1923, she was        by a great-grandson. Graveside services were Feb. 5 at
  the daughter of the late Ward B. and Sophia Bowmer               South Fork Cemetery by Bro. Clifford DeHart. Bartle Funeral
  Thomas. She was a homemaker and a member of Liberty              Home Liberty was in charge of arrangements.
  First Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband, Anthony

				
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