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TARTER, Alice Faye Tarter, 65, formerly of Russell
County, died Monday, June 6, 2005. She was a private-duty
nurse. She was preceded in death by her parents, Hubert Lee and Ellie
Mae Chrisman Blair; two brothers: Boyce Blair and Harold Blair; and
one sister, Kathryn Mason. Ms. Tarter is survived by two sons:
Kevin (Kathy) Tarter and Trent (Shanna) Tarter, both of Russell Springs,
Ky.; three brothers: Bobby Blair of Florida, Ken Blair of Russell
Springs and Ottis Blair of Arkansas; two sisters: Margaret Gosser
of Russell Springs and Sue Brown of Ohio; and four grandchildren:
Abbie Tarter, Bridgett (Doug) Holmes, Brian Tarter and Heath Tarter.
Funeral services will be held Friday, June 10, 2005 at 10:00 a.m. CDT at
Fairview Cemetery. Bernard Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Russell Co. Register
TARTER, ANNA ABBOTT; 87,
a resident of Bradfield House Assisted Living, Dallas, Texas, and formerly
of the Lanetown community in Nancy, died Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2002, at IHS
Nursing Home in Dallas. She was born in Nancy July 2, 1914, daughter
of the late William Perry and Martha Jane McClendon Abbott. She was a homemaker.
She accepted Jesus as her Savior at the age of 14 years and was a member
of White Oak Baptist Church, Nancy, for over 40 years. Survivors include
a daughter, Carol Ann (and Wendell) Beshears, Dallas; two granddaughters,
Teri (and Gary) Gray and Chris (and Scooter) Moomaw; six great-grandchildren,
Melody, Anna, Gloria and Heather Gray, and Rachel and Will Moomaw; and
several nieces, nephews and friends. She was preceded in death by
her husband, John E. Tarter, whom she married Feb. 5, 1936, in Somerset;
her parents; three brothers, Avery, Elmer and Ray; and three sisters,
Flonnie, Flora and Lula. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb.
9, at the Memory Chapel of Lake Cumberland Funeral Home, with Dr. James
Floyd officiating. Burial will be in Lakeside Memorial Gardens. Friends
may call from 6 until 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. Memorials may be
made to White Oak Baptist Church, Nancy. Notice entered Friday, February
08, 2002. Somerset Commonwealth Journal
TARTER, Charity A. (taken from Remembrances
from funeral home), born November 6, 1910 near Somerset, KY. Departed
this life May 28, 1984, Mennonite Hospital, Bloomington, Illinois. Services
held at 1:30 PM May 31, 1984 at First Christian Church, Farmer City, Illinois.
Officiating: Rev. Arthur Howard & Rev. Clarence McMasters; Interment
Maple Grove Cemetery, Farmer City, Illinois; Arrangements by Stensel-Calvert-Belangee
TARTER, Harold 'Big T', dad, daddy and papa, has
just made his last round. He left us to join his wife, Minnie; mother and
father, Estil and Alonzo; and son, Jerry Tarter. He was born in Naomi,
Ky. He made his way to Ohio, gaining a job with General Motors and later
Pollock/St. Regis Paper Company. He retired after more than 30 years of
service as a maintenance mechanic, with impeccable attendance. He was a
32nd Degree member of Lincoln Lodge No. 693 F&AM and belonged to the
Scottish Rite, Antioch Shrine, American Legion Post 218, Loyal Order of
Moose No. 501, Fraternal Order of the Eagles, a Kentucky Colonel, and served
in the Korean War as a Sergeant First Class. He was at one time a master
plumber in Butler County, a skilled carpenter, electrician and welder.
He was very mechanically minded, with a motto, 'Do it right the first time.'
Harold loved his family, gardening, fishing and enjoyed a good meal. If
he liked you, you knew it, and if he didn?t, you knew that as well. He
was a man from a different era. His life's path was walked with an uncommon
courage, knowing and doing exactly what he wanted. He leaves broken hearted,
a son Gary L. Tarter of Thailand; two daughters and their husbands, Kathie
E. and Bruce Holt of Oregon, and Brenda and Reid Heidtman of Middletown;
seven grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. He has one sister, Dorothy
Smith of Nancy, Ky.; and a lifelong friend, Bill Perry, and fishing buddy,
Ernie Bratcher. We have loved him in more ways than words can describe.
He would say, 'It's just one of those things.' Funeral services will be
2 p.m. today (Friday, Jan. 23), at Wilson-Schramm-Spaulding Funeral
Home, 3804 Roosevelt Blvd., at Bonita Drive. Visitation will be at the
funeral home from noon until time for services today. Memorial donations
may be made to Shriner's Hospitals for Children, 3229 Burnett Ave., Cincinnati,
OH 45229-3095. Commonwealth Journal
TARTER, Lonnie, 80, Lexington Road, Harrodsburg,
Kentucky, formerly of the Naomi Community, passed away Saturday, April
3rd, 2004 at the Hospice Care Center, St. Joseph, Lexington, Kentucky.
He was born December 1st, 1923, the son of the late Jim
Tarter and Bertha Tarter. He was a farmer and a member of the Bethlehem
Baptist Church. He is survived by two daughters; Judy 9and Paul) Allen,
Ingle, Kentucky and Kathy Parrigin, Nancy, Kentucky: one grandchild; Laura
Rae Allen. He is preceded in death by his parents. Funeral services will
be 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, April 6th, 2004 at the Chapel of Lake Cumberland
Funeral Home with Brother Murrell Crockett officiating. Burial will be
in Tarter Family Cemetery, Naomi, Kentucky. Visitation will be after 6:00
a.m., Monday, April 5th, 2004 at Lake Cumberland Funeral Home. Expressions
of sympathy may take the form of donations to the Hospice Care Center,
One Street St. Joseph Drive, Lexington, Kentucky 40504. Commonwealth Journal
or Somerset Obits
TARTER, Virthel; Somerset- Virthel Tarter, 59, a resident of Eubank,
Ky., passed away early Sunday morning, October 1, 2006, at Fort Logan Hospital
in Stanford, Ky. He was born August 29, 1947 at Naomi, Ky., the son
of Hillard Tarter and Vinnie Marie Daws Tarter. He was retired from Boyle
Block Company as a diesel mechanic. He loved the outdoors, including hunting
and fishing, traveling, his coffee and his dog “Toby.” He was an excellent
Survivors include one son, Robbie Tarter and his wife
Gretta, Somerset, Ky.; one daughter, Sherry Ann Ailes and her husband Glenn,
Somerset, Ky.; two brothers, Coy Tarter and his wife Louise, Cincinnati,
Ohio, and James Tarter and his wife Ann, Somerset, Ky.; two sisters, Luretha
Goforth, Cincinnati, Ohio, and Wilma Hensley and her husband Earl, Tampa,
Fla.; three grandchildren, Brooke Isaacs, Cheyenne Isaacs and Rinna Tarter;
also a special friend, Barbara Worley, Somerset, Ky; and also many nieces,
nephews, cousins, friends and neighbors. He was preceded in death
by his parents, Hillard and Vinnie Marie Tarter, and one brother, Vertrees
Tarter. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Wednesday, October
4, at Lange & New Bros. Family Funeral Home with Bro. Ron Shaw officiating.
Musical selections include George Jones, “Amazing Grace” and “In the Garden,”
“Bridge Over Troubled Waters” and “Daddy’s Hands” by Holly Dunn.
Burial will be in Bethlehem Cemetery at Naomi.
A visitation will be held this evening after 6 p.m. at
Lange & New Bros. Family Funeral Home.
Online condolences may be sent to: www.langenewbros.com.
TARTER, Wiley Jerome Sr., 62, of Tarter Cemetery
Road passed away March 16, 2001 at his residence. He was the son
of the late Bessie Halcomb Tarter and Jerome Tarter. He was a laborer for
Kron International Trucks, US Navy Veteran, served on the USS Forrestal,
Sunday School Superintendent and trustee on Church Board for many
years and member of the Naomi Church of the Nazarene. Survivors include
his wife, Clarene A. Daulton Tarter, whom he married Oct. 6, 1960 in Somerset,
son, Wiley Jerome Tarter Jr. (Pam), two daughters, Norma Jean Tarter, Jacqueline
R. Durham (Michael) all of Nancy, five sisters, Pauline Chadwell, Kathern
Bradley (Herb) both of Cinn. OH, Edna Burton, Mina Marcum (Milford) both
of Nancy, Melva June Dick of Somerset, twelve grandchildren, Whitney J.
Smith, Brooke, Holly and Jarred Poltson, Mason Daulton Durham, Blake and
Andrew Durham, Quinton Litton, Jeremiah, Justin and Star Litton, Charity
Riggs and a host of nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his
parents, three brothers, Roscoe, Everett and Dennis Tarter, two sisters,
Irene Young and Hazel Bogle. Funeral Services 2:00 p.m. Sunday, March 18,2001
at Memory Chapel of Lake Cumberland Funeral Home with the Revs. Gene Wells
and Bob Stokes officiating. Burial in the Tarter Cemetery in Nancy, KY,
Military Honors by American Legion Post #38. Visitation after 6:00 p.m.
Saturday, March 17 at Lake Cumberland Funeral Home who is in charge of
arrangements. (Somerset Ky, obits)
TARTER, William "Bill"; Norwood, Ohio September
2, 2001 William “Bill” Tarter, 59, Norwood, Ohio, formerly of West Somerset,
died Sunday, Sept. 2, 2001, at Hospice of Cincinnati. He was born
in Somerset, son of the late William Clay and Maude Henderson Tarter. He
was an upholsterer. Survivors include a son, Steven Tarter, Norwood,
Ohio; a daughter, Melinda Tarter, Norwood; a brother, James “J.B.” Tarter,
Somerset; a sister, Ruth Tarter, Somerset; a special friend, Jane Wilson,
Sharonville, Ohio; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death
by his wife, Nancy Vallandingham Tarter, whom he married in 1963 and who
died in 1994, and his parents. Funeral services will be 10:30 a.m. today
(Sept. 5) at Vorhis Funeral Home, Norwood, Ohio. Burial will be in
Forest Lawn Memorial Cemetery, Earlanger, Ky. Memorials may be made
to Hospice of Lake Cumberland. Information courtesy of Lake Cumberland
Funeral Home. Notice entered Wednesday, September 05, 2001.
Somerset Commonwealth Journal
TARVIN, Mary Alice; beloved wife of the late Dennis
Tarvin, devoted mother of Jeffrey and Jack Tarvin, Nancy Turley, Kathleen
Wagner and Sally Vater. Dear sister of Florence Robbins. Loving grandmother
of 16 and great grandmother of six. Thursday December 28, 2000. Age 76
years. Resident of Newport. Mass of Christian Burial will be held Tuesday
at 10 A.M. at St. Joseph Church, Cold Spring. Visitation will be Monday
at the A.C. Dobbling & Son Funeral Home, Ft. Thomas from 3 until 6
P.M. Memorials may be made to St. Joseph School Tuition Assistance Fund,
4011 Alexandria Pike, Cold Spring, KY 41076.
TAYLOR, Anna M. Todd, 80, Lewis Bray Court, Tateville,
Kentucky, formerly of Science Hill, Kentucky, daughter of Andrew J. Todd
and Flora Langdon Todd passed away Saturday, February 12th, 2005
at her residence. She was born November 20th, 1924 in Science Hill, Kentucky.
She was a homemaker and a member of the Union Church of Christ, Science
Hill, Kentucky. She is survived by one son; George Lester Taylor, Tateville,
Kentucky: one sister; Stella McKinney, Potavia, Ohio. She is preceded in
death by her parents: her husband; Earl Lester Taylor, who passed away
August 5th, 1976: two brother; George and Francis Todd. Funeral services
will be 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, February 16th, 2005 at the Chapel of Morris
and Hislope Funeral With Brother Johnie Waters officiating. Burial will
be in Union Cemetery, Science Hill, Kentucky. Visitation will be after
6;00 p.m. Tuesday, February 15th, 2005 at Morris and Hislope Funeral Home.
TAYLOR, Arthur Vernon - COCONUT CREEK, Fla. -
Arthur Vernon Taylor, 81, of Coconut Creek, Fla., died March 1, 2004. He
was born in Danville (Ky) and attended Danville High School. He was a World
War II veteran and a recipient of a Purple Heart and Bronze Star for Valor.
Survivors include his wife, Nancy Taylor of Coconut Creek; two sons, Tom
Taylor of Franklin, Tenn., and David Taylor of Warsaw; three grandchildren;
and six great-grandchildren. A memorial service was held in Florida.
Taylor-Coffman, Blair Lee, daughter of Thomatha
Taylor and Lonnie Coffman, both of Junction City, was stillborn Thursday
at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center. Other survivors include a
sister, Jessica Coffman of Moreland; a brother, Devin Coffman of Moreland;
grandparents, Martha Qualls of Danville, Thomas Wilhite of Cincinnati and
Birdie Case of Junction City; and great-grandparents, Warnell and Ida Taylor
of Lancaster and Jay and Clara Brown of Junction City. Services will be
10 a.m. Saturday at Preston-Pruitt Funeral Home by the Rev. Jolene Bailey.
Burial will be in Parksville Cemetery. Visitation will be after 9 a.m.
Saturday. Danville AM 11/4/2005
TAYLOR, Carolyn Faye, 58, Somerset, died Friday,
Dec. 13, 2002, at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Lexington. She was born Dec.
10, 1944, in Pulaski County, a daughter of Archie Ray Taylor and Lura (Carroll)
Taylor Bell. She was a registered nurse at St. Joseph Hospital for 36 years.
Survivors include one sister, Betty (and Kenneth) Decker, Somerset; one
brother, Howard Ray (and Geneva) Taylor, Somerset; two nephews, Howard
Taylor and David Taylor; two nieces, Kim Bolton and Cindy Taylor; and 10
great nieces and nephews who she loved as her own. Funeral services will
be 1 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 17, at the Chapel of Pulaski Funeral Home with
the Rev. C.E. Jacobs officiating. Burial will be in the Burnside Cemetery
in Burnside. Friends may call after 6 p.m. at the Chapel of Pulaski Funeral
Home. Notice entered Monday, December 16, 2002.
TAYLOR, Chester L. Sr., 70,
of Brunswick, GA., died Saturday July 10, 2004 at the Southeast Georgia
Health System, Brunswick Campus. Funeral services were held on Wednesday,
July 14, 2004 at the Edo Miller and Sons Funeral Home with Rev. A.G. “Chip”
Sekulich officiating. Burial was in the Brunswick Memorial Park Cemetery.
Mr. Taylor was a native of Folkston, GA., and had been
a resident of Brunswick for the past 40 years. He was a member of the First
Free Will Baptist Church for 40 years. Survivors include his wife
Joyce E. Taylor of Brunswick; son & daughter-in-law, Chester L. Jr.
& Susie Taylor, of Pine Knot, KY., son Troy J. Taylor of Brunswick;
daughter & son-in-law, Lorrie A. & Dennis E. Lewis of Brunswick;
three grandsons Anton B. Taylor of Pine Knot, KY & Brice Taylor Lewis
& Colby Deen Lewis, both of Brunswick; three brothers, Tommy M. Taylor,
Ronnie P. Taylor & Glenn M. Taylor, all of Folkston, GA; and several
nieces and nephews.
Edo Miller and Sons Funeral Home was in charge of the
arrangements. McCreary paper
TAYLOR, David Alan, 36, Hawkins Avenue, Somerset, Kentucky passed away
Wednesday, February 16th, 2005 at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital, Somerset,
Kentucky. He was born December 14th, 1968 in Somerset, Kentucky, son of
Dale Taylor and Lula “Lou” Mounce Taylor, both of Somerset, Kentucky. He
was a 1986 graduate of Pulaski County Highs School, a truck driver for
Ready Mix Concrete Company and of the Baptist Faith. He is survived by
his wife; Cindy Stringer Taylor, whom he married on December 7th, 1991
in Somerset, Kentucky: one son; Nicholas Taylor, Somerset, Kentucky: his
parents: grandparents; Audrey Taylor and Flonnie Mounce, both of Somerset,
Kentucky: two uncles; Charles E. (and Dennise) Mounce and Gary (and Brenda)
Taylor: three aunts; Charlene (and Jimmy) Muncy, Doris (and Denney) Tomlinson
and Debbie (and Mike) Woodall: two great aunts; Ina Mounce and Bertie Bray:
three great uncles; Clinton Baker, Denver Bullock and Kenneth Bullock:
his father and mother-in-law; Dale and Alfreda Stringer, Somerset, Kentucky:
five brother and sisters-in-law; Beverly & Gary Hargis, Reggie and
Linda Stringer, Garnet Stringer, Randall Stringer and Jay Stringer: several
cousins: a special friend; Jonnie Flatt, Somerset, Kentucky. He is preceded
in death by his grandfather; Charles G. Mounce. Funeral services will be
1:00 p.m., Saturday, February 19th, 2005 at the Chapel of Lake Cumberland
Funeral Home with Brother Kevin Bullock officiating. Burial will be in
Somerset Cemetery, Somerset, Kentucky. Visitation will be after 5:00 p.m.,
Friday, February 18th, 2005 at Lake Cumberland Funeral Home. Expressions
of sympathy may take the form of donations to the David Taylor Memorial
Fund to benefit Nicholas Taylor, c/o Cumberland Security Bank, Trust Department,
107 S. Main Street, Somerset, Kentucky 42501. Somerset Obits.
TAYLOR, Densel M., 81, Ky. 761, Nancy, died Tuesday,
April 27, 2004, at his residence.
He was born Sept. 8, 1922, in the Norfleet community,
son of the late C.T. and Flonnie Norfleet Taylor. A U.S. Army veteran of
World War II, he was a farmer and member of Bethlehem Baptist Church, Nancy.
Survivors include his wife, Fern Coner Taylor, whom he married Aug. 31,
1946, in the Pulaski community; a son, Darrell (and Connie) Taylor, Nancy;
a daughter, Diann (and Ronald) Brotherton, Somerset; a brother, Virthel
“Jay” Taylor, Shopville; four grandchildren, Tracy Justin Taylor, Angela
Shelton, Aimee Brotherton and Melissa Newland; four great-grandchildren,
Durand Shelton, Kayla Newland, Kyle Newland and Matthew Newland; and several
cousins, nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; two
brothers, Arthur and Leonard Taylor; a sister, Reba Taylor Roberts; and
his stepmother, Ella Woods Taylor. Funeral services will be 2:30 p.m. today
(Friday, April 30), at the chapel of Lake Cumberland Funeral Home with
Bros. C.E. Hansford and Lester Caldwell officiating. Burial will be in
Bethlehem Cemetery, Nancy. Friends may call after 8 a.m. today at the funeral
home. Memorials may be made to the Gideon Memorial Bible Plan, P.O. Box.
27, Somerset, KY 42502. Notice entered Friday, April 30, 2004, Commonwealth
TAYLOR, Forrest Junior “Pig”, 65, Bourbon Road,
Somerset, died Thursday, Aug. 1, 2002, the result of an accident. He was
born in the Frazer community June 9, 1937, son of the late Delbert and
Carrie Hammonds Taylor. He was a forklift driver for Tecu-mseh Pro-ducts
in Ferguson, and member of First Church of God on Monticello Street in
Somerset. Survivors include his former wife, Shirley Cromer Taylor; two
daughters, Lisa (and Luke) Wright, Richmond, and Diana (and David) Hyden,
Somerset; two brothers, Bro. Harold (and Brenda) Taylor, Amherst, Ohio,
and Leonard (and Arlene) Taylor, Burnside; five sisters, Evelene Jeanie
(and Billy) Taylor, Somerset, Wanda (and Lloyd) Dykes, Reading, Ohio, Laura
Tucker, Bronston, Anna McKee, Somerset, and Della (and Noel) Dodson, Somerset;
and a grandchild, Taylor Marie Ping. He was preceded in death by his parents;
two brothers, Royce and Fred Taylor; and two sisters, Ruby and Mildred
Taylor. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 4, at the Memory
Chapel of Lake Cumberland Funeral Home with Bro. Alan Dodson officiating.
Burial will be in Lakeside Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at the funeral
home after 8 a.m. today until time for services. Memorials may made to
the charity of choice. Notice entered Saturday, August 03, 2002. (Commonwealth
Journal, Somerset, KY)
TAYLOR, Francis Calhoun, 83, East Lakeshore Drive,
Burnside, died Tuesday, June 5, 2001, at his residence. A Bourbon County
native, he was born Dec. 4, 1917, son of the late Raymond and Nettie Wasson
Taylor. He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II; former safety director
with the Kentucky Department of Transportation; State Department of Parks
employee; and a Kentucky State Police officer. He was a member of St. Peter’s
Episcopal Church in Paris, Ky., American Legion No. 0200, Fraternal Order
of Police in Lexington, Moose Lodge, Shelbyville, and a life member of
the Kentucky Sheriff’s Association. He attended St. Patrick’s Episcopal
Church in Somerset. Survivors include his wife, Elizabeth Riddell Taylor,
whom he married in September 1938, in Millersburg; a son, Rickman Taylor
Sr., Burnside; a daughter, Bonnie Cox Bryant, Bowling Green; four grandchildren,
Rickman Taylor Jr., Hugh Thomas Taylor, Gregory Calhoun Taylor and Liza
Cox Edmunds; a great-grandchild, Grayson Clay Edmunds and several nieces
and nephews. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Saturday, June 9, at the
chapel of Lake Cumberland Funeral Home with the Rev. James Merkel officiating.
Graveside services will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg,
Friends may call after 6 p.m. today at the funeral home.
Notice entered Friday, June 08, 2001, Commonwealth Journal
TAYLOR, Gregory B.; OH; 1999, May ; beloved
husband of April L. Taylor, devoted father of James, Desiree and Kristina
Taylor, step-father of Angela, Jennifer, Jessica and Tiffeny Waters.
Graveside service at Williamsburg Cemetery, Williamsburg, OH., Monday at
TAYLOR, Howard Ray, 71, Pine Street, Somerset,
formerly of Whitley City, died Monday, April 5, 2004, at Lake Cumberland
Regional Hospital. He was born Feb. 22, 1933, in Bloss, Ky., son of the
late Archie Ray and Lura Carrol Taylor Bell. He was graduate of Burnside
High School; U.S. Navy veteran; and lineman and branch manager for South
Kentucky RECC at the Whitley City sub-office. He was a member of Heritage
Hope Church of God (Cotter Avenue). Survivors include his wife, Geneva
Hughes Taylor, whom he married March 14, 1954, in Georgia; two sons, Howard
Ray (and Kimberly Dawn) Taylor Jr., Lexington, and Samuel David (and Kelda
Dyan) Taylor, Corbin; a daughter, Cynthia Lynn Taylor, Somerset; a sister,
Betty (and Kenneth) Decker, Somerset; his aunt, Bea Chaney, Lily, Ky.;
two uncles, the Rev. Warren Carroll, Science Hill, and Willard Carroll,
Shelton, Wash.; and nine grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his
parents and a sister, Carolyn Faye Taylor. Funeral services will be 1 p.m.
Thursday, April 8, with the Rev. Johnny Dunbar officiating.
Burial will be in Lakeside Memorial Gardens with military
services by American Legion Post No. 38 Honor Guard. Friends may call at
the funeral home after 5 p.m. today; and at Heritage Hope Church of God
after 11 a.m. Thursday, until time for services. Notice entered Wednesday,
April 07, 2004, Commonwealth Journal
TAYLOR, Mr. James Homer, 62, 610 Newton Street
Ferguson passed away Wednesday October 3, 2001 at his residence. He was
born April 24, 1939 son of the late William and Lillie (Cummins) Taylor.
He was a Brick Mason. Survivors include his wife Edna Lois (Barton) Taylor
whom he married June 13, 1959 in Williamsburg; two sons James T. and (Kathy)
Taylor, Doyle and (Marcia) Taylor all of Somerset; two daughters Gale and
(Bob) Burris of Bronston, Sharron and (Donald) Price of Ferguson; three
brothers Claud and (Sarah) Taylor of Williamsburg, Ray and (Bonnie) Taylor
of Crossville, TN.; McKinley and (Jean) Taylor of Williamsburg; eight grandchildren
Heather and Thomas Burris, Tabitha and Marina Price, James E. "Jamie" (and
Latricia) Taylor, Tonya, Jessica, and Rachel Taylor; one great-grandchild
James Ryan Taylor; two step-grandchildren Scott and Creig Bradley; two
step great-grandchildren Cheyenne and Kelsie Bradley; several nieces, great
nieces and great nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents;
a brother Elmer Taylor and a sister Mae Simpson. Funeral services will
be 2:00 P.M. Sunday October 7, 2001 at the Memory Chapel of Lake Cumberland
Funeral Home with Bros. J.S. New, Aaron Pierce and Larry Perkins officiating.
Burial will be in the Oak Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be Saturday October
6, 2001 after 6:00 P.M. at the Memory Chapel of Lake Cumberland Funeral
Home. Lake Cumberland Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Somerset
TAYLOR, James R., 71, Walden Lane, Bronston, died
Friday, May 18, 2001 at Leestown Veterans Administration Medical Center.
He was born September 27, 1929 in Bloomington, Ind., a son to the late
Roy and Mildred Pope Taylor. He was a retired manager of Thrift Finance
Co., owner and operator of a service garage and a woodworker. He
was an Army veteran, receiving the Victory Medal in World War II and a
member of Liberty Baptist Church, Wayne County. Survivors include his wife,
Delois "Dee" Taylor, whom he married July 7, 1962 in Colombus, Ind.; two
daughters, Lisa (and Mark) Walters, Ellisville, Miss. and Sue Ellen (and
Kevin) Anderson, Zionsville, Ind.; six brothers, George (and Shirley) Taylor,
Jack Taylor, John (and Cindy) Taylor, Morris (and Anita) Taylor, Gene (and
Lois) Taylor and Tom Taylor, all of Ind.; four sisters, Toni and Beverly
Taylor and Anna Marie Lash, all of Ind., and Frances Taylor, R.I.; four
grandchildren, Ashley and Austin Smith, Zane Anderson and Chelsea Walters;
and a daughter-in-law, Kathy Butt, Brazil, Ind. He was preceded in death
by his parents; a son, Bob Smith; a daughter, Karen Richards; and two brothers,
Bob and Marion Taylor. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Monday, May 21
at the chapel of Lake Cumberland Funeral Home with Bros. Ulanda Price and
Glen Taylor officiating. Burial will be in Mill Springs National Cemetery.
Friends may call the funeral home Sunday, May 20, from 4-8 p.m. Notice
entered Saturday, May 19, 2001. Commonwealth Journal
TAYLOR, Jesse, 80, a resident of The Neighborhood
in Somerset, died Thursday, July 19, 2001. He was born September 6, 1920,
in Kentucky, son of the late John and Mary Perkins Taylor. He was a retired
supervisor for Lau Blower Company of Dayton, Ohio, where he was employed
for 41 years until retirement in 1980; and founder of Eaglewood Corporation,
a building and construction company. He was also an active member of Burnside
Masonic Lodge No. 634 and a member Beacon Hill Baptist Church in Somerset.
He had been a Kentucky Colonel since 1982. Survivors include his wife,
Hazel Stevens Taylor, whom he married Sept. 9, 1944, in Dayton, Ohio; two
sons, Ron (and Barbara) Taylor, Knoxville, Tenn., and Larry (and Beth)
Taylor, Vandalia, Ohio; a daughter, Brenda Taylor Mosley, Somerset; four
grandchildren, Dawn Taylor (and John) Sweeney, Jesse A. Taylor, Amanda
and Dane Taylor; and a great-grandchild, Joshua Sweeney, all of Vandalia,
Ohio. He leaves behind many nephews, nieces, brothers- and sisters-in-law,
who mourn his passing. Funeral services were 2:30 p.m. Saturday, July 21,
at the chapel of Pulaski Funeral Home in Somerset with the Revs. John Mark
Toby and Harold Stevens officiating. Burial was in Burnetts Chapel Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to the Kentucky Diabetes Foundation or “Claiming
God’s Future” at Beacon Hill Baptist Church. Notice entered Saturday, July
21, 2001. (Commonwealth Journal, Somerset, KY)
TAYLOR, John Edward “Pete”, 80, Breezy Hills,
Somerset, died Friday, Dec. 13, 2002, at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital.
He was born in Rockcastle County May 19, 1922, son of the late Robert and
Ola Arnold Taylor. He was a retired laborer for Randall Stove Co. and a
merchant. He operated country stores in eastern Pulaski County for 12-13
years, enjoyed working with wood and had some beautiful wood carvings.
Survivors include his wife, Betty Joyce Taylor, whom he married Nov. 1,
1945, in Somerset; a son, Phillip Ralph (and Lois) Taylor; a sister, Alta
Marie Long, Somerset; and two grandchildren, Richard A. Taylor and Galen
Taylor, both of Somerset. Preceding him in death were his parents; a son,
Richard Allen Taylor; four brothers, William “Bill,” Thomas, James and
Herman Taylor; and a sister, Mary Alberta Taylor. Funeral services will
be 2 p.m. today (Sunday, Dec. 15) at Lange and New Bros. Family Funeral
Home Chapel with Bros. Joseph Cox and Harold Harris officiating. Burial
will be in Barnesburg Cemetery. Notice entered Monday, December 16, 2002.
(Commonwealth Journal, Somerset, Ky)
TAYLOR, Lena Hafley - MORELAND - Lena Hafley Taylor,
90, of Charleston Health Care Center, died Wednesday at her home.
Born June 7, 1915, in Casey County, she was the daughter of the late J.W.
and Mamie Lee Snow Sharp. She was a homemaker and a member of Ellisburg
Baptist Church. She was the widow of Gus Hafley and Earl Taylor. Survivors
include a son, Doug Hafley of Stanford; two stepsons, Joe and Bill Taylor,
both of Casey County; four stepdaughters, Sue and Ruth Derringer, both
of Indiana, Anna L. Norfleet of Somerset and Wanda Price of Casey County;
a granddaughter; a great-granddaughter; several stepgrandchildren; and
several step great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a stepson,
Jim Taylor. Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at W.L. Pruitt Funeral
Home by G.W. Smith. Burial will be in Hustonville Cemetery. Visitation
is 5-9 Friday. Danville AM 12/8/2005
TAYLOR, Marie; Retired employee of Orange
County Schools Cafeteria: Marie Spears Taylor, 81, Orlando, Fla.,
died Thursday, Aug. 31, 2000 in Orlando. Born April 4, 1919,
in Somerset, she was a daughter of the late Thomas “Tommy” and Martha Chumbley
Spears. She retired from the Orange County, Fla., Schools Cafeteria
and was a member of Conway First Baptist Church. Survivors include
her husband, Ernest Granville Taylor; a son, Gregory Taylor, Orlando; a
daughter, Ernestine (and Jack) Stange, Westland, Mich.; a sister, May White,
Miami Township, Ohio; four grandchildren, Kent Stange, Kimberly Stange,
Matthew Taylor and Andrew Taylor; and two great-grandchildren, Christopher
Stange and Marcus Gregory Stange. Preceding her in death were her
parents; two brothers, James Spears and Henry Spears; and three sisters,
Coatney New, Bea Soard and Naomi Norkey. Graveside services will
be 3 p.m. Monday, Sept. 4, at Somerset Cemetery. There is no visitation.
Somerset Undertaking Co. is in charge of arrangements. (Commonwealth
TAYLOR, Matthew Houston, 21, Lexington, grandson
of Ward and Regina Correll, died Sunday, March 31, 2002, in Lexington.
He was born in Lexington, son of Everett and Becky Correll Taylor II. He
was a student at Lexington Community College and member of Southland Christian
Survivors include his parents; a sister, Amber Taylor,
Lexington; his grandparents, Ward and Regina Correll; seven aunts, Judy
Haboush, Lexington, Shirley (and David) Boehm and Sharon (and Pat) Caliguri,
both of Cincinnati, Gwen Correll, Christa Correll, Susan Hall and Melinda
Correll, all of Somerset; three uncles, Tony (and Patti) Taylor, Lexington,
Kirk (and Pam) Correll, Frankfort, and Jess (and Angela) Correll, Stanford;
and numerous cousins and friends. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Wednesday,
April 3, at Crossroads Christian Church with the Rev. Bill Adcock officiating.
Burial will be in Hillcrest Memorial Park. Friends may call from 5 until
8 p.m. today at Kerr Brothers Funeral Home, Lexington. Memorials may be
made to Big Brothers - Big Sisters of Lexington, 1122 Oakhill Drive, Lexington,
KY 42505. Information courtesy of Lange & New Bros. Family Funeral
Notice entered Tuesday, April 02, 2002. Commonwealth
TAYLOR, Mildred Gladys, 73, of Shafter Shepola
Road in Somerset, died Saturday, Jan. 19, 2002, at Lake Cumberland Regional
Hospital. She was born in Fall Creek, Ky., on Feb. 29, 1928, a daughter
of the late Delbert and Carrie Hammond Taylor. She retired as an assembly
line worker at Lear Seigler in Somerset. She was a charter member of Denham
Street Baptist Church. She enjoyed being with her family and embroidering
with family members. Her family will cherish her gifts of embroidered baby
quilts, pillow cases and large quilts. Survivors include three sons, Jerry
C. (and Della) Tucker of Somerset, Charles Ray (and Charlotte) Tucker of
Olive Branch, Miss. and Larry K. (and Debbie) Tucker of Somerset; a daughter,
Jenny Lou (and Darrell) Morris of Fort Belvior, Va.; three brothers, Harold
(and Brenda) Taylor of Amherst, Ohio, Forrest Taylor of Somerset and Leonard
(and Arlene) Taylor of Burnside, Ky.; five sisters, Jeannie (and Billy)
Taylor of Somerset, Wanda (and Lloyd) Dykes of Cincinnati, Ohio, Laura
Tucker of Bronston, Ky., Anna Pearl McKee of Somerset and Della (and Noel)
Dodson of Somerset; an uncle, Luid Hammond of Burnside, Ky.; an aunt, Opal
Hammond of Amherst, Ohio; 10 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Herbert Taylor;
two brothers; and one sister. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday,
Jan. 22, in the Memory Chapel of Lake Cumberland Funeral Home in Somerset
with Bros. Robert Flynn and J.S. New officiating. Burial will be in Lakeside
Memorial Gardens in Somerset. Notice entered Tuesday, January 22, 2002,
TAYLOR. Minnie A., 91, Norwood - Mt. Zion Road,
Science Hill passed away Thursday October 4, 2001 at Britthaven Nursing
Home. She was born August 15, 1910 daughter of the late Richard and Lola
(Vaught) Dick. She was a homemaker, raised 48 foster children and a member
of Northside Baptist Church. Survivors include one daughter Lola Jearleen
and Othel Dick of Science Hill; three brothers Oval Dick, Edwin Dick both
of Springdale, Ohio., Richard Green Dick of Buncomb, Kentucky; one sister
Myrtle Wesley of St. Bernard, Ohio; five grandchildren Ray and Lester Randolph,
Diana Young, Annette Wesley, Karen Dick; eleven great - grandchildren and
nine great- grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents;
husbands Hursel Randolph and Luther Taylor; two sons Earl and Earnie Randolph;
four brothers Alger, Coy, Roy and Don Dick and one sister Matrie Dick.
Funeral services will be 1:00 P.M. Saturday October 6, 2001 at the Chapel
of Morris & Hislope Funeral Home with Rev. Mark Perco officiating Burial
will be in the Shady Grove Cemetery. Visitation will be Saturday October
6, 2001 after11:00 A.M. at the Chapel of Morris & Hislope Funeral Home.
Expression of sympathy may take the form of donations to God’s Food Pantry.
Morris & Hislope Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. (Somerset
TAYLOR, Norma Mae Dowling, 79, passed away Friday,
July 11, 2003, at Britthaven Nursing Home. She was a resident of Denton-Phelps
Road in Somerset, and was born on May 30, 1924, in Syracuse, New York.
She was daughter of the late Ambrose and Josephine Maxsween Ferry Dowling.
She was a homemaker and was married to Donald C. Taylor
in Syracuse on May 12, 1943. Mr. Taylor passed away on January 4, 1987.
She is survived by two daughters, Jane (and Bill) Morrissey of Coventry,
Connecticut, and Toby (and Steven) Rimer of Somerset, two sisters, Lorraine
Pease of Lakeworth, Florida, and Bernice Simon of West Palm Beach, Florida,
six grandchildren, Gary Connell, Donna Holt, Tracey Taylor, Allison Hudson,
Tomi White, and Donald Taylor, and eight great-grandchildren. She is preceded
in death by her parents, her husband, and a granddaughter, Cristin Connell.
The graveside service will be conducted at Lake Worth Memory Gardens at
11 a.m. on Tuesday, July 15. Notice entered Monday, July 14, 2003. Commonwealth
TAYLOR, Robert L., Beloved husband of Geraldine
Taylor, loving son of Edyth Sendelbeck, devoted father of Jerry Taylor
and Jacqueline Werner, dear brother of Altamae Wilson and Dorothy Ladrigan,
dear grandfather of Jerry Taylor, Christine and Nicholas Werner.
May 20, 1992. Funeral service 10:30 AM Saturday at the Vielhauer-Clepper
Funeral Home, 2961 Madison Rd. at Oakley Sq., where friends may call from
8 AM until time of service. Queen City Lodge # 559 F&AM &
Scottish Rite will meet at 10 AM Saturday. Contributions may be made
to Perrintown United Methodist Church, St. Rte. 50, Milford, OH 45150.
731-5563 Cinti Enq
TAYLOR, Teresa M. (nee Servizzi), beloved wife
of William L. Taylor. Loving mother of Steven (Debi) Taylor, Cathy (Steve)
Tracy and Angie (Jesse) Miller. Devoted grandmother of Dan, Kathleen and
Stephanie Taylor and Michelle and Michael Tracy. Dear daughter of the late
Joseph and Rose Servizzi. Dear sister of Joe, John and Louis Servizzi
and the late Gene, Julius and Nancy Servizzi. Dear friend of Ruth Galvin.
Mrs. Taylor will also be missed by many nieces, nephews and friends. November
3, 2000, age 73. Visitation Sunday 6-8 P.M. at the Witt, Good & Kelsch
Funeral Home, 3026 Madison Rd.. Mass of Christian Burial Monday 10:30 A.M.
at St. Cecilia Church, 3105 Madison Rd.. If desired, memorial donations
may be directed to Cincinnati Association for the Blind, 2045 Gilbert Ave.,
Cincinnati, OH. 45273.
TAYLOR, Thomas Everett 'Tommy' - HARRODSBURG -
Thomas Everett "Tommy" Taylor, 54, of Salvisa, died Sunday at Harrodsburg
Health Care Center. Born, May 20, 1951, in Louisville, he was the son of
the late James Taylor and the late Della Holt Johnson. He was a truck driver
and a member of Tyrone Baptist Church. Survivors include three sons, Tommy
Taylor of Somerset, Thomas Taylor of New York and Brandon Taylor of Lawrenceburg;
two daughters, Amanda Coots of Big Laurel and Susan Taylor of New York;
his twin brother, John Taylor of Somerset; a sister, Dora Mae Wright of
Frankfort; and several grandchildren. A private memorial service will be
held at a later date. Alexander & Royalty Funeral Home is in charge
of arrangements. Danville AM 11/17/2005
TAYLOR, Thomas Joseph, 30, Whitley City, Ky.,
died Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2003. Born Aug. 17, 1973, in Indianapolis,
Ind., he was a son of Mike Smiley and Debra Taylor. He worked in the field
of masonry and was a member of the Baptist faith. Preceding him in death
were his mother, Debra Taylor; his grandfather, Charles Taylor; and uncle,
Lanny Taylor. Survivors include his wife, Joie Shoopman Taylor; and children,
Dustin Wayne Hoskins, Sierra Brooke Taylor, Christian Faith Taylor and
Brittany Michelle Hoskins; his father, Mike Smiley; his grandparents, Donald
Pond and Mildred Ann Pond, Pine Knot; his brother and sisters, Raymond
(and Jerri) Pelc; Misty Ann (and Micky) Calhoun and Jamie Lynn (and Joe)
Phillippi, all of Somerset; nieces and nephews, Kimberly Loveless, Krista
Calhoun, Jaylee Phillippi, Josh Phillippi, Patience Shoopman and Jaycee
Phillippi. He also had other relatives and many, many special friends.
Funeral services were held Sunday, Jan. 4, 2004, at McCreary County Funeral
Home with the Rev. Robert Kincaid officiating. Burial was in Angel Cemetery.
Notice entered Tuesday, January 06, 2004. Commonwealth Journal
TAYLOR, Mrs.Willene Beloved sister of Samuel
E. Gray and Mrs. Marie Kimbro, both of Cincinnati, other relatives and
many friends. May 30, 1990. Funeral services will be held Tuesday,
at 7:30 PM at the Corinthian Baptist Church, with Rev. K. Z. Smith, Pastor,
officiating. Interment, Spring Grove Cemetery. Friends may
call at the church from 6 PM until time of service. Bethel Chapter
# 7, O.E.S. services at 7 PM, at the church. Arrangements by Hall-Jordan
TAYLOR, William O., 89, Rt. 1, Monticello, Kentucky,
formerly of Covington, son of Robert Franklin Taylor and Anna Craddock
Taylor, passed away Tuesday, December 27th, 2005 at Lake Cumberland
Regional Hospital, Somerset, Kentucky. He was born January 19th, 1916 in
Falmouth, Kentucky. He was United States Army Air Corps WWII Veteran, attaining
the rank of Sergeant, a Railroad Engineer for 43 years for Chesapeake &
Ohio Railroad and a member of Calvary Baptist Church, Latonia, Ohio. He
is survived by two sons; Robert Taylor, Monticello, Kentucky and Stephen
Taylor, Grant County, Kentucky: three grandchildren; Jeff Taylor, Nancy
Dick and Mar Mock: 7 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his
wife; Nancy Carmen Cundiff Taylor, who passed away On October 21st, 1986:
his parents and brothers. Funeral services will be 10:30 a.m., Thursday,
December 29th, 2005 at the Chapel of Morris and Hislope Funeral Home with
Brother Bobby Morrow officiating. Burial will be in Floral Hills Memorial
Gardens, Covington, Kentucky. Visitation will be after 9:00 a.m., Thursday,
December 29th, 2005 at Morris and Hislope Funeral Home. Somerset Obits
TEDFORD, Robert H., passed away at his home
on Saturday, October 1 at the age of 83. Robert served in the Army during
WWII in England and France. He was in the Signal Service Battalion and
participated in the Allied assault at Omaha Beach. As a 32nd degree member,
he belonged to the College Hill Free and Accepted Masons of Ohio, Lodge
#64, and the Ancient Scottish Rite. He was also a member of the Syrian
Shriners of Cincinnati and a lifetime member of the Institute of Electronic
and Electrical Engineers. He was an avid Amateur Radio Operator. Robert
was president and CEO of Tedford Crystal Laboratories and R/T Labs. Robert
was the beloved husband of the late Betty Blettner Tedford, devoted father
of Peggy Barns, William (Christine) Tedford and Jean (Dennis) McCormick,
dear grandfather of Elizabeth, Andrew, Scott, and Ben, brother of Janet
Jennings and the late Frederick "Bud'' Tedford and the late Betty Breiner.
Robert is also survived by a loving friend and companion, Agnes Luensman.
Funeral Services will be Thursday October 6, 2005 at 10:00 A.M. at the
Paul R. Young Funeral Home 7345 Hamilton Ave. Mt. Healthy. Friends may
call Wednesday from 5-8 P.M. at the funeral home. Internment at Arlington
Memorial Gardens. If so desired, memorials may be sent to Hospice of Cincinnati
4310 Cooper Rd. Cincinnati, Ohio 45242. Condolences may be sent to www.paulyoungfuneralhome.com
TEDTMANN, Walter E. Beloved husband of Dorothy
C. Willett Tedtmann, dear brother of the late Robert Tedtmann. Passed
away suddenly. Funeral services held privately at the convenience
of the family. Memorials, if so desired, may be directed to the charity
of the donor’s choice. Chas. A. Miller Sons serving the family.
Cinti Enq of June 4, 1990.
TELLJOHANN, Carol; Devoted daughter of the late
William H. and Marie C. (Buhlheller) Telljohann; Cousin of Herman W. Schlegel,
Trudy (Joe) Jester, Rebecca Jester, Sarah Jester and Jessica Jester; God-mother
to Trudy Jester, Rebecca Jester, Sarah Jester and Suzanne Hall; Namesake
to Jessica Carol Jester; Also survived by many other relatives and friends;
Wednesday, July 24, 2002, age 62; Residence North College Hill; Employed
at Procter & Gamble in auditing department for 38 years retiring in
1995; Member of Mt. Healthy Chapter #365 O.E.S. and Hilltop Rainbow Girls
#92; Funeral service St. Paul United Church of Christ, 6997 Hamilton Ave.,
Monday, July 29, 2002 at 10 A.M.; Family and friends may call Paul R. Young
Funeral Home, 7345 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy, Sunday from 4-8 P.M.; Mt.
Healthy Chapter #365 O.E.S. who will hold services Sunday at 7 P.M.; If
so desired remembrances may be sent to St. Paul United Church of Christ
TEMKE, Richard E. "Rich'' (Sweet Pea), beloved
father of Dean R. (Linda K.) Temke. Brother of Arlene Hausler and the late
Orville Jr., Ray and Robert Temke. Also survived by many nieces and nephews.
Thursday, September 27, 2001, age 67 years. Funeral from the Gump-Holt
Funeral Home, 3440 Glenmore Ave., Cheviot, Monday, October 1 at 11:30 A.M.
If so desired, memorials may be made to the American Red Cross, 720 Sycamore
TEMPLE, Irene and “Bud”, Jr.; Honored ancestral
traditions; Native Americans married 50 years. A traditional Native
American ceremony will be held for John C. “Bud” Temple Jr. and his wife,
Irene, including prayers and the burning of incense, feathers and personal
effects to prepare them for their next journey in the circle of life.
Mr. Temple, 71, died October 31, 2000 of cancer. Eight days earlier,
his wife died of congestive heart failure. She was 76. The
Hyde Park residents had been married 50 years. Both were of Native
American descent-he was Cherokee, she was Choctaw and Chippewa-and they
spent their lives keeping and promoting their ancestors’ traditions.
Those traditions included an effort to keep in touch with the Great Spirit
and respect for Mother Earth. Mr. Temple taught electronics in the
Occupational Work Experience Program at Withrow High School for 30 years.
The co-op program was designed to keep students in school, something Mr.
Temple embraced passionately. He was proud that he taught for 20
years before one of his students dropped out, said his daughter, Debby
Heisinger of Trenton. He was also proud to have developed computer
programs in the Cherokee language and a curriculum on how to trace ancestry.
The couple met in Washington, D.C., in 1949 when he was stationed there
with the Air Force and she was working as a secretary to Gen. Douglas MacArthur.
Mrs. Temple was born and raised in Amarillo, Texas, while Mr. Temple was
a Norwood native. Following his Air Force discharge in 1950, they
married in Covington and settled in downtown Cincinnati. Mr. Temple
earned a master’s degree in education from the University of Cincinnati
in 1968. Mrs. Temple stayed home to raise their children until they
reached high school, then she became an employment specialist for Ohio,
working out of the office on Central Parkway. She earned an associate’s
degree from Xavier University in the mid 1970’s. When Mr. Temple
retired in 1992, Mayor Dwight Tillery presented him with a key to the city.
Mrs. Temple retired from the unemployment bureau in 1990. Mr. Temple
was on the board of the Dayton Society of Natural History for the Sunwatch
national Landmark Indian Village, as well as various committees to promote
Native American culture. He was also heavily involved in campaigning
for civil rights. They were preceded in death by their first son,
John Carroll Temple, III, in 1997. In addition to their daughter
Debby, survivors include three other sons: Mike of Key Largo, Fla., Steve
of Hyde Park and Charles of Mason; and seven grandchildren. The Native
American service will be held for the couple at 2 p.m. Thursday at their
residence at 2565 Villa Lane, Hyde Park. Their remains have been
donated to the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Memorials:
Cherokee Center for Family Services, P.O. Box 507, Cherokee, NC 28719.
TERRY, Mary C.; Publ. 11/23/01-Danville
Advocate- LIBERTY(Ky) -- Mary Catherine Terry, 93, of Cincinnati, Ohio,
Wednesday at Wesley Hall Nursing home in Cincinnati. Born Oct. 22,
1908, in Casey County, she was a daughter of Jesse R. and Willie Russ Phelps
Richardson. She was a housewife and member of Poplar Hill Christian Church.
She was the widow of William Terry. Survivors include two sons, Raymond
Terry of Bradenton, Fla., and Lewis Terry of Phoenix, Ariz.; two daughters,
Jewel Terry of Crescent Springs and Helen Sohmer of Cincinnati; one brother,
Roscoe Richardson of Somerset; 10 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren;
and one great-great-grandchild. Services will be 1 p.m. Monday at
Bartle Funeral Home by the Rev. Hugh Lee Herron. Burial will be in Poplar
Hill Cemetery. Visitation is after 11 a.m. Monday.
TESSENDORF, Florence “Syd” Agnes (nee Young);
wife of the late Richard George Tessendorf. Dear mother of Jean (John)
Hatterschide, Carol (Terry) Barnes, Linda Bates and Richard (Paulette)
Tessendorf. Sister of Henrietta Bernzoff. Grandmother of eight,
great grandmother of 15. Preceded in death by brothers Clifford and
Raymond Young. Monday, July 24, 2000; age 88 years; residence Sharonville,
OH. Memorial service will be Sunday, July 30 at 4 PM at First Presbyterian
Church in Harrison, OH. Memorials may be directed to the American
Heart Assoc., American Lung Assoc. or donor’s choice.
TETZNER, Jean T. (nee Sunderhaus) - Beloved
wife of 48 years to Walter Tetzner Jr. - Devoted mother of Carol J. (Donald)
Walker and Marie J. (John) Rose - Dear grandmother of Robert Jr., Brandy
and Nicholas Mason, Summer, Sarah and Becca Rose and three great grandchildren
- Sister of Kenneth and Charles Sunderhaus, LaVerne Schibi and Charlotte
Kaiser - Monday, September 24, 2001 - Age 68 - Residence Colerain Twp.
- She was a member of St. John the Baptist Church where she was highly
active in Marthas Group - Mass of Christian Burial St. John the Baptist
Church, 5351 Dry Ridge Rd., Friday at 11 A.M. - Friends may call at the
church on Friday from 9 A.M. until time of Mass - Paul R. Young Funeral
Home, Mt. Healthy in charge of arrangements. Donations may be sent to St.
Convent, Highway 8, Melbourne, KY.
THIESS, Anna M.; (nee Coleman), beloved wife of
the late Reinhold R. Thiess Sr.; loving mother of Mary Ann Schaefer (Al),
Bob Thiess, Nancy Morris (Ken), Mike Thiess (Gail), Debbie Richter (Eric)
and the late Sandra Thiess; dear sister of Peter and Bob Coleman, Mary
Gallagher and the late Ambrose Coleman; also survived by grandchildren
Albert, David, Chris, Jim, Josh, Michael, Michelle, Jessica, Heather, Bridgette,
Cory, Vince and Tayler; great-grandchildren Davis and Dallis. Died
Saturday, February 28, 1998. Age 74. There is no visitation.
Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Margaret Mary Church, 1830
W. Galbraith Rd., N. College Hill, Tuesday, March 3, 1998 at 10:00 AM.
Entombment in Spring Grove Cemetery. Anna retired from Procter &
Gamble, a member of N. College Hill Senior Citizens, Volunteer at the Drake
Center, member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the N. College Hill Fire Dept.,
in lieu of flowers memorials can be made to the charity of one’s choice
in Anna’s name. Neidhard-Hensley Funeral Home, 7401 Hamilton Ave.,
Mt. Healthy in care of arrangements.
THOMAS, Derrick; Visitation Tuesday, 6 P.M. at
the First New Shiloh Baptist Church, 710 N. Crescent Ave., where the service
will be conducted at 7 P.M. Interment: Baltimore Pike Cemetery. (pub. Nov.
THOMAS, Herbert James, beloved husband of
Harriett Thomas, devoted father of Tasha, also survived by his sisters
and brothers, a host of relatives and friends. September 24, 2001. Visitation
Friday, September 28, 2001, 10:30 A.M. until time of Mass 11 A.M. at St.
James of the Valley, 411
Springfield Pk. Jamison Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
Thompson, Armilda, 86, Hwy. 837 Mintonville, KY.
passed away Thursday August 29, 2002 at Somerset Nursing & Rehabilitation
Center. She was born March 12, 1916 a daughter of the late Cyrus Wesley
Sr, and Lucille Belle (Wesley) Wesley. She was a homemaker, a loving mother
and grandmother and a lifetime member of Carter Ridge Baptist Church. She
is survived by four sons, James (and Joyce) Thompson, Frankiln, IN., Ronnie
(and Kathy) Thompson, Somerset, KY., Ben Thompson, Dayton, OH. and Merrell
(and Virginia) Thompson, Slaughter, Ky.; eight daughters, Edna (and Brad)
Seymour, Blanchester, OH., Norma Jean Coner, Somerset, KY., Lela Genece
Wiles, Somerset, KY., Juritha (And Ronald) Beshears, Somerset, KY., Fayrene
(and Dale) Hopper, Covington, KY., Donna (and Marion) Mink, Somerset, KY.
Marsha (and Tim) Chaney, Hamilton, OH. and Felicia (and Johnny) Orme, Covington,
KY.; two brothers, Cyrus Jr. (and Ruth) Wesley, Mintonville, Ky. and Edger
(and Verlene) Wesley, Florida; 55 grandchildren, 76 great grandchildren
and several great great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her
parents; her husband, Charlie A. Thompson whom she married on December
7, 1930 in Mintonville, KY. and who passed away October 12, 1994; two sons,
Jerrell and Fred Thompson; one daughter, Evelene Yaden; one grandson, Lance;
one brother, Edmond Wesley; three sisters, Marie Pitman, Fannie Pearle
Wesley and Edith Dick. Funeral services will be 2:00 P. M. Sunday September
1, 2002 at the Memory Chapel of Lake Cumberland Funeral Home with Brother
Richard Owens and Brother Randy Wiles officiating. Burial will be in Carter
Ridge Cemetery. Visitation will be after 5:00 P. M. Saturday August 31,
2002 at the Memory Chapel of Lake Cumberland Funeral Home. Expressions
of sympathy may take the form of donations to Carter Ridge Cemetery Fund.
Somerset Obits site
THOMPSON, Julia Mae (Whiles), 78, Shady Grove
Community passed away Thursday December 27, 2001 at Lake Cumberland
Regional Hospital. She was born February 3, 1923 in Pulaski Co. a daughter
of the late Blaine Whiles and Martha (Gossett) Whiles. She was a homemaker
and a member of the Shady Grove United Methodist Church. Survivors include
three sons, William James Thompson, Cincinnati, OH., Darrel Ray Thompson,
Science Hill, KY. and Ricky Carroll Thompson. Eubank, KY.: three daughters,
Janice Jeanette Dick, Nancy, KY., Linda Lou Dick, Nancy, KY. and Eunice
Gail Irvine, King Bee, KY.: one sister Myrtle Stogsdill, IN.: 10 grandchildren
and 9 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents: her
husband, William Woodrow Thompson whom she married on November 10, 1940
and who passed away March 20, 1993: six brothers, Kenneth, Woodrow, Robert,
Coy, Clyde & Ulyess Whiles: two sisters, Zella Loveless and Fannie
Todd: one grandchild. Funeral services will be 2:00 P.M. Saturday December
29, 2001 at the Chapel of Morris and Hislope Funeral Home with Brother
Carroll Edge officiating. Burial will be in the Shady Grove Cemetery. Visitation
will be after 6:00 P.M. Friday December 28, 2001 at the Chapel of Morris
and Hislope Funeral Home. Morris and Hislope Funeral Home in charge of
arrangements. Somerset Obits.
THOMPSON, Marshall - WHITLEY CITY - Services
for Marshall Thompson, 44, of Marshes Siding, were Saturday at McCreary
County Funeral Home by the Rev. Tom Sellars. Burial was in Barren Fork
Cemetery. He died Tuesday at University of Tennessee Medical Center in
Knoxville. Born, May 31, 1961, he was the son of the late Joe and Mable
Dick Thompson. He worked for the Sanitation Department. Survivors include
a son, Marshall R. Thompson of Lancaster; a daughter, Crystal Bates of
Harrodsburg; four sisters, Mary Potter of Lancaster, Thelma Thompson of
Danville, Patricia Stephens of Albany and Joanne Belcher of Harrodsburg;
four brothers, Bob Thompson of Lancaster, Terry Thompson of Whitley City,
David Thompson of Marshes Siding, and Danny Thompson of Covington; and
three grandchildren. McCreary County Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
THOMPSON, Otis Lloyd of New Salem died Sunday,
July 23, 2006 at Charleston Health Care Center. He was 85. Born in Casey
County on Jan. 22, 1921, he was a son of the late Clay and Etta Morgan
Thompson. He was a farmer and member of New Salem Baptist Church. He was
the widower of Mable Thompson. Survivors include a daughter, Brenda Thompson
of Danville; three brothers, William Thompson and Lillard Thompson, both
of Middleburg, and Clifford Thompson of Cincinnati; two sisters, Inez Clements
of Liberty and Evelyn Delk of California, Ky.; and a granddaughter, Teresa
Messer Summers. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Clayton and Homer
Thompson; and two sisters, Irene Witt and Kristine Sharpe. Funeral services
will be today (July 26) at 2 p.m. at Spurlin Funeral Home in Stanford by
the Rev. Matt Jones. Burial will be at New Salem Cemetery. Active
pallbearers were Larry Witt, Lowell King, Garland Sharpe, Victor Black,
Chad Grider, and Wayne Wesley. AM 7/27/2006
THOMPSON, Ree B.; Publ. 11/21/01 Danville Advocate-
STANFORD -- Ree B. Thompson, 87, of Somerset Street died Tuesday at Fort
Logan Hospital. Born Nov. 29, 1913, in Pulaski County, she was a daughter
of the late Franklin H. and Hannah Stepp Brittain. She was the widow
of M.G. Thompson. She retired after teaching school for 30 years in Lincoln
and Pulaski county systems. She was a member of Stanford Baptist Church
and formerly taught the Women's III Sunday school class. She was
a member of the XYZ Club, Order of the Eastern Star, the Lincoln County
Retired Teachers Association and the Lincoln County Homemakers Club. Survivors
include a son, Johnny Thompson of Stanford; a daughter, Becky Hazlett
of Stanford; a sister, Madge McWilliams of Science Hill; and four grandchildren.
Graveside services will be 11 a.m. Friday at Buffalo Springs Cemetery by
the Max Nester and Dale Denton. Visitation is after 9:30 a.m. Friday at
Fox Funeral Home. Memorials are suggested to the Stanford Baptist
THOMPSON, Sharlene P. (Nee: Duncan), beloved wife
of the William P. Thompson. Loving mother of Ruberta Shinkle, Jim, John
and the late William R. Thopmson. Dear grandmother of 10 andgreat-grandmother
of 7. October 30,2000. Age 67 years. Memorial Mass will be Thurs. Nov.
2nd 9:30 A.M. at Holy Family Church. Radel Funeral Home, 4122 Glenway Ave.
serving the family.
THOMPSON, Suzie L; OH; 1999, December 2;
Cinti Enq – (nee Desfosses), devoted mother of Pvt. 1st class Theo L.,
Yvon M. and William R. Baudendistel; loving daughter of Yvon and Colombe
(nee Maltais) Defosses; dear sister of Theo L., Jean-Jacques and Rene L.
Desfosses, Julie L. Schmitz, France M. Sowders and Pierre Desfosses; dear
granddaughter of Albertine Maltais. Died suddenly December 2, 1999.
Resident of South Lebanon, OH. Visitation will be Sunday from 5 until
8 PM at the Mason First Church of God, 204 Williams St., Mason, OH.
Funeral service will be at the church on Monday at 11 AM. In lieu
of flowers, family requests donations go to the Church Building Fund.
Shorten & Ryan Funeral Home, 400 Reading Rd., Mason, OH in charge of
THOMPSON, Thomas H.; LIBERTY (Ky) -- Thomas
Hugh Thompson, 42, of Clementsville died Sunday in Benson, Ariz. Born May
4, 1959, in Casey County, he was the son of the late Wilber and Rita
Clements Thompson. He was a gate dealer and a member of St. Bernard Catholic
Church. Survivors include five sisters, Sandra Clarkston of Liberty,
Rebecca Copass of Gamaliel, Jamie Tate of Radcliff, Terri Thompson of Louisville
and Sherry Smiddy of Somerset; and a brother, Anthony Thompson of Liberty.
Services will be 11 a.m. Friday at St. Bernard Catholic Church by the Rev.
Joseph Hall. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery. Visitation is after
6 p.m. today at the church. McKinney-Brown is in charge of arrangements.
Pub. 11/29/2001 Danville advocate
THORNBURY, Walter F., beloved husband of the late
Coletta (nee Schick) and Margaret (nee Adams) Thornbury, devoted father
of James P. (Jeanne), Arthur M. (Arvilla) and Anthony J. Thornbury, Elizabeth
A. (Joseph) Roth, Marguerite M. (Herman) Hagner, Coletta B. Valentine and
the late Walter Thornbury, loving grandfather of 33, great-grandfather
of 62, and great great grandfather of 11, dear brother of the late Mabel
Comer and Emma Westbrook. Friday, November 3, 2000. Resident of Cincinnati.
Age 102 years. Friends may call Tuesday, November 7 at St. Matthias Church,
1050 W.Kemper Rd., Forest Park, from 12:30 P.M. until Mass of Christian
Burial 2 P.M.. If desired, sympathy may be expressed in the form of a memorial
contribution to the church or Hospice of Cincinnati. Vorhis Funeral Home
Springdale serving the family.
THURMAN, Sarah E.; Publ. 11/20/01-Danville
paper- Memorial services for Sarah Elizabeth Thurman will be 11 a.m. Wednesday
at First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) with visitation beginning
at 10 a.m.
TIEVES, Ted; beloved husband of 53 years of Mary
Tieves, dear father of Ted Tieves, Patty (Pat) McMahon, Mary (Mike) LaFleur,
and Jim (Donna) Tieves, loving grandfather of Stephanie Tieves, Jennifer
and Julie McMahon and Jeffrey LaFleur. Died, Tuesday, October 31,
2000, age 79 years. Visitation at Rebold, Rosenacker and Sexton Funeral
Home, 3700 Glenmore Avenue (Cheviot), Saturday, 9 to 10 AM., followed by
Mass of Christian Burial at St. Aloysius Gonzaga Church at 10:30 AM.
The Tieves Family suggests memorials to the American Heart Association,
2936 Vernon Place, 45219. WWII Vet.
TILLETT, Pearlea VonLinger - CRAB ORCHARD - Services
for Pearlea VonLinger Tillett, 90, of Crab Orchard, will be 11 a.m. Thursday
at McKnight Funeral Home by the Rev. Ernest Martin. Burial will be in Buffalo
Springs Cemetery. She died Monday at Fort Logan Hospital. Born Nov.
12, 1914, in Russell County, she was the daughter of the late James S.
and Caroline Black VonLinger. She was a member of the Baptist church and
the widow of William S. Tillett. Survivors include four sons, William S.
Tillett Jr. of Guatemala, Hurston R. Tillett Sr. of Nolan, and Dewey V.
Tillett and Phillip O. Tillett Sr., both of Crab Orchard; two daughters,
Caroline Collins of Crab Orchard and Mary L. Murray of Brooks; a sister,
Louise Walls of Danville; 18 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; and
nine great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two sons,
Ray and James Tillett. Pallbearers will be grandsons and nephews. Visitation
is 5-9 p.m. today. Danville AM 11/9/2005
TILTON, Grace K., age 89, died Friday, November
3, 2000. Mrs. Tilton was preceded by ther husband, Ray Tilton and by
a sister, Dorothea Oeters. She is survived by a sister Jean Merkhofer,
nieces, nephews and many close friends. Interment in Spring Grove Cemetery.
Private funeral services in care of Jon Deitloff Funeral Centre.
TIMBERLAKE, James Michael, beloved son of
Bonnie Nutley and James Timberlake, loving brother of Jonathon and Ginger
Timberlake, dear grandson of Betty Laurin and the late Charles Downard.
Devoted friend and relative of Don Nutley, Sandy Timberlake, Terry and
Jane Tomlin, Charles and Cora Downard; Dawn, Mike, Drew and Blake Hart,
Ed and Nancy Timberlake, Don and Barbara Shroyer, Joel and Susan Simendinger,
Eddie, Billy, Linda, Kathy, Krisy, Karen and DJ. Employed by Procter &
Gamble Co. Graduated from Conner High School, Morehead University and Cincinnati
State. Saturday, October 30, 2004. Age 35 years. Visitation Wednesday
5-8 P.M. in the Ronald B. Jones Funeral Home, Ludlow, KY. Services Thursday
10 A.M. Memorials to University Hospital Administration c/o Pancreatic
Care/In Memory of James Timberlake, 234 Goodman St., Cincinnati, OH 45219.
TISSOT, Jennie Lee (nee Dean), beloved wife of
the late Harrison C. Tissot. Loving sister of Norma Lewis. Jennie will
be missed by many nieces, nephews, other family members and friends. September
27,2001, age 94, former resident of Madison Place. Visitation at the Witt,
Good & Kelsch Funeral Home, 3026 Madison Rd. at Oakley Sq., Saturday
9 A.M. until time of service at 10 A.M. If desired, memorial donations
may be directed to The Deupree Community, 4001 Rosslyn Dr., 45209.
TITUS, Alma L. (nee Hill), wife of the late Robert
Titus, devoted mother of Robert E. Titus, Lottie Burdsall, Clifford, Ralph
and the late Lawrence Titus, also survived by 20 grandchildren, many great
and great-great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the Maham Funeral
Home, Williamsburg, Monday 6 to 8 PM. Funeral service, Tuesday at
10:30 AM. If desired, memorials may be sent to the Belfast United
Methodist Church, Goshen, Ohio 45122. Cinti Enq of June 4, 1990
TODD, Harold Sidney - STANFORD — Harold Sidney
Todd, 61, of Waynesburg, Ky., died Friday, July 27, 2007, at V.A. Medical
Center in Lexington. Born May 5, 1946, in Lincoln County, Ky., he was the
son of the late Fred and Josephine Skidmore Todd. He was a manager at Keebler
Cookie Plant in Cincinnati where he started in 1967. He was a Vietnam veteran,
a hobbie farmer, member of Lincoln County Cattleman’s Association, Boer
Goat Association and American Rifle Association. Survivors include son,
Kevin Todd of Fairfax, Ohio; daughters, Gail Todd of Fairfax and Cori Beth
Todd of Burlington; brother, Darol Todd of Stanford; sisters, Carol Parker
of Cincinnati and Lynn Barak of Annandale, Va.; and two grandchildren.
Services are 7:30 p.m. today at Spurlin Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev.
Bill Brown. Burial will be in Camp Nelson Cemetery. Pallbearers will be
Paul Todd, Nathan Todd, Mark Todd, Brian Todd, Jim Benken and George Barak.
Visitation is 4-7:30 p.m. today at the funeral home. Danville Advocate
TOWNER, M. Maxine (Boas), 87, Bourne Ave., passed
away Sunday March 10, 2002 at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital. She was
born January 15, 1915 in Danville, ILL., a daughter of the late George
Boas and Daisy Boas. She was a retired secretary and a member of the Sunnyside
Baptist Church. She is survived by one son; Carl "Ted" Towner, Somerset,
KY., one brother; Gerald Boas, Dayton, OH., one sister; Marilyn McIntosh,
Leesburg, FL., 6 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, and 1 great great
grandchild. She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband; Carl
Towner, Sr., one daughter; Roberts Knott, one brother; George L. Boas.
Funeral services will be 1:00 P. M. Thursday March 14, 2002 at Hippensteel
Funeral Home in Lafayette, IN. with Carl Towner officiating. Burial will
be in Tippecanoe Memory Gardens in Lafayette, IN. Visitation will be after
12:00 P. M. Thursday March 14, 2002 at Hippensteel Funeral Home. Somerset
TOWNSEND, Roy Lee Sr.; Services for Roy
Lee Townsend Sr., 67, of Frankfort (Ky) were today at First Baptist
Church in Frankfort by the Rev. K.L. Moore and will be 1 p.m. Friday at
Mount Zion Baptist Church in Russellville. Burial will be in Greenwood
Cemetery, Russellville. He died Monday at Kings Daughters Memorial
Hospital. Born Aug. 15, 1934, in Logan County, he was the son of the late
Iterlee Shelton Beard and George Thompson. He was an employee of the state
Department of Finance, Division of Printing. He was a member of First Baptist
where he sang in the male chorus and gospel choir. He was a recipient of
a Daughters of American Revolution Good Citizenship Award and was a Kentucky
Colonel. Survivors include his wife, Irene Townsend; four daughters,
Elizabeth A. Townsend of Clarksville, Tenn., and Etta Townsend, Martha
J. McIntosh and Donna L. Townsend, all of Frankfort; four sons, the Rev.
Donald T. Townsend, Kenneth W. Townsend and Roy L. Townsend Jr.,
all of Frankfort, and Jeffrey L. Townsend of Danville; two brothers, L.C.
Beard of Russellville and Eugene Thompson of Springfield, Tenn.; two sisters,
Bernice Hise of Russellville and Martha D. Beard of Indianapolis, Ind.;
and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Pub. 11/29/2001
TRACHSEL, Jim - A former Somerset High School
teacher and coach was shot and killed Sunday evening at his Boyle County
residence, allegedly by one of his neighbors.
Jim Trachsel, 63, was on a riding lawnmower outside his
home at around 5 p.m. on Sunday when he was shot several times. Trachsel
fell to the ground unconscious, said a Danville Police Department report.
Trachsel was taken to Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical
Center where he was dead on arrival, Boyle County Coroner James Ramey said.
Trachsel died of gunshot wounds to the chest and head, Ramey said.
Jack A. Caldwell, 79, of Danville, was taken into custody
late Sunday afternoon and charged with first-degree murder. Witnesses had
told officers that they saw Caldwell shoot Trachsel with a .22-caliber
rifle, but Caldwell was "not present when officers arrived" at the scene
about 5:15 p.m., police said. He "appeared later" and was charged and arrested,
police said. Caldwell made statements to first responders that he shot
Trachsel in self defense, according to Danville Police.
Trachsel was a physical education teacher, and assistant
football coach under Jerry Johns, at Somerset High School for several years
beginning in the mid-1960s. He later moved on to Danville High School,
where he eventually became assistant principal before closing out his career
in 2000 after 13 years as principal at Jennie Rogers Elementary School
“You can’t say enough good things about Jim,” said Johns,
who brought Trachsel onto his staff in 1965. “I hated it when he left for
Danville ... but he had a great career.
“He loved kids, and people in our community loved Jim
and (his wife) Bonnie,” Johns added. “He did a great job coaching our defense.
Our kids thought the world of him.”
Former Somerset Mayor Jim Williams, who was assistant
principal and later principal at SHS during Trachsel’s tenure there, remembered
Trachsel as “an excellent person.”
“This is a great tragedy,” Williams said. “He was a hard-working
P.E. and health teacher, and a fine coach. He was a great asset to our
Both Ramey and Assistant Danville Police Chief Jay Newell
declined to say exactly how many times Trachsel was shot or how many shots
were fired. An autopsy was planned yesterday at the state medical examiner's
office in Frankfort.
Newell told the Danville Advocate-Messenger the police
department is "investigating reports of a long-standing property line dispute"
between Trachsel and Caldwell.
Police said a .22 caliber semi-automatic rifle was recovered
near where Trachsel was lying.
After his arrest, Caldwell complained of chest pains
and was taken by ambulance to Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center,
police said. Caldwell was also treated for a laceration suffered during
his arrest. He was admitted as a patient late Sunday and was in fair condition
late Monday morning, said hospital spokeswoman Mary Begley. His room reportedly
was under armed guard, according to a spokesperson at the Boyle County
Detention Center, where Caldwell had not been booked as of late Monday
Dear Editor: Aug. 27, 2004- Everyone has
read about the horrible and senseless death of Jim Trachsel. While it is
true that Jim was a wonderful educator and there is no doubt his impression
will be left on the school system for a long time to come, one thing that
I would like to mention is that at the time of Jim's death he was employed
as a correctional officer at Northpoint Training Center. I had the pleasure
to work with Jim at the prison, and he was a fine officer. For a man to
retire and have his time to himself but instead take a position at the
prison, endure the strict training that we all must complete and deal with
those members of society that no one else wants to deal with, shows Jim's
true heart and soul and how much he cared for this community and its people.
I spent many a lunch break talking with Jim, and he is the one who convinced
me to go back to college, which I am now doing, to obtain my degree in
criminal justice. Even though he was retired he was still reaching out
to help educate and inspire. So although Jim will be remembered about his
contributions to the school system, we who worked with him at Northpoint
also miss him very much. He was a great man and a great officer. I will
dedicate my education and my future career to the memory of Jim Trachsel.
He really was Northpoint's finest.
TRAYNER, Norma Jean - HARRODSBURG - Norma Jean
Trayner, 69, of Fort Myers, Fla., and Harrodsburg, died Saturday at University
of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center. Born May 16, 1937, in Harrodsburg,
she was the daughter of the late Woodrow "Woody" and Ethel Isham Russell.
She was a retired office manager for Shawnee Farm in Harrodsburg and a
member of Harrodsburg Baptist Church and Order of the Eastern Star. She
also was an associate member of Southwest Baptist Church in Fort Myers
and the widow of Sherman D. Trayner. Other survivors include two daughters,
Kim Shannon of Frankfort and Ann Robin Dunaway of Harrodsburg; a son, Dale
Trayner of Virginia Beach, Va.; a sister, Janice Mefford of Frankfort;
three grandchildren; and a stepgrandson. Services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday
at Ransdell Funeral Chapel by Robert DeFoor and Todd Lester. Burial will
be in Spring Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Mike Mullhereen,
Harry Kimmey, Arvid Tackett, Jack Hartman, David Trayner, Dennis Trayner,
Jack Raudenbush and Doug Allen. Visitation is after 5 p.m. today and after
7:30 a.m. Tuesday. Memorial contributions may be sent to American Kidney
Foundation. Pub 8/7/2006 AM
TREADWAY, Glenna (Barrett), 75, Memory Lane, Manchester,
KY. passed away Friday May 17, 2002 at her residence. She was born May
5, 1927 in Manchester, KY., a daughter of the late Millard Barrett and
Laura (Combs) Barrett. She was the retired - Former Owner of Jack ‘N’ Jill
Shop in Manchester, KY, attended Eastern Kentucky University and a member
of the Manchester Baptist Church in Manchester. KY. She is survived by
one brother; Denver (and Marjorie) Barrett, Somerset, KY, and two sisters;
Euma Rogers, Bushnell, FL. and Eula Walker, Somerset, KY. She was preceded
in death by her parents, her husband; Robert (Tuffy) Treadway, whom she
on June 23, 1952 and who passed away on April 1, 1994. Funeral services
will be 2:00 P.M. Monday May 20, 2002 at Manchester Baptist Church with
Brother Ken Bolin officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Gardens in Manchester,
KY. Visitation will be after 12:00 Noon, Monday May 20 at the Manchester
Baptist Church. Somerset Obits
TREBBI, George G. Sr., beloved husband of Grace
(DeRenna) Trebbi, dear father of George G. (Linda) Trebbi, Gloria (Randy)
Preshaw and Gail (Jeff) Bell, dear grandfather of Bronson, Allyson and
Andrew Trebbi, Nick Preshaw and Josh Bell, dear brother of Peggy Collins.
September 23, 2001, age 91. Resident of Pleasant Ridge. Visitation at Nativity
Church (Pleasant Ridge), Wednesday, 12:30 P.M. until time of Mass at 1:30
P.M. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to donor's favorite charity.
Witt, Good & Kelsch (Oakley Sq.) serving the family. 513-531-0105.
TREPOHL, Vera M. (nee Offutt); age 94, wife of
the late William B. Trepohl, devoted mother of Rita V. Byrum and J. Wilma
Dewey, grandmother of Sharon Heppes, George and Keith Byrum and Kenneth
Dewey, sister of Marian Yeager, also survived by several nieces and nephews.
Relatives and friends are invited to the visitation Saturday 8:30-9:30
A.M. at Meyer & Geiser Funeral Home, 4989 GlenwayAve. (opposite the
Covedale Cinema Grill), followed by Mass of Christian Burial 10 A.M., St.
William Church. Mass cards would be appreciated.
TRICKEY, Frank Hillman; beloved husband of the
late Pauline Stevens Trickey, dear father of Philip A. (Gail) and David
P. Trickey, grandfather of Carol Jester, Michelle, Katherine and Jeffery
Trickey. Tuesday, October 31, 2000. Visitation at the Gilligan Funeral
Home Montgomery & Galbraith Thursday from 5-9 P.M. Funeral Services
will be held Friday at 1 P.M. Memorials may be made to D.O.K.K. WWII
TROXEL, Floyd, 64, of Lebanon,
OH., passed away Suddenly (heart failure) in Bethesda North Hospital on
Tuesday, June 29, 2004 at 3:58 pm. Memorial services were held on Friday,
July 2, 2004 at Schmidtdhanau Funeral Home of Sharonville, OH with Chaplin
Randy Fannin & Pastor Jason Sheffstall officiating. Floyd was
born in Strunk, KY on March 17, 1940 to the late Clarence & Myrtle
(Tapley) Troxel. He retired from Monsanto Company in Sharonsville, OH.,
in 1993 where he had worked for 27 years. He is survived by two sons,
Denny & David Donohoe, three sisters, Kentucky (Troxel) Sheffstall,
Hamilton, OH., Virginia Stephens, Tiffin, OH., & Carlie (Paul) Slaven,
Strunk, KY., five brothers, David (Wilma) Ross, Pine Knot, KY., Maurice
(Mary Lou) Hill, Bob (Mardell) Hill, & Jack (Flonnie) Hill all of Tiffin
OH., and Bill Hill of Washington State. He is also survived by one aunt
Rose Troxel of Sharonville, OH., & many nieces, nephews, cousins &
a host of friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother
Fred Wilt Troxel & 3 infant brothers, a sister Jean Chitwood &
3 infant sisters and his late wife Elaine Troxel. McCreary paper
TROXELL, Effie Gregory Troxell, age 82, passed
away Monday, January 5, 2004. She was born in Wayne County, Ky. on April
4, 1921, the daughter of the late Amp and Lizie Pittman Gregory.
She married Clyde Troxell, who preceded her in death. She is survived
by four sons-Ronnie Kay Troxell, Jimmy Kay Troxell, Cardell Junior Troxell
and Thomas Jackson Troxell; four daughters-Bonnie Marie Daniels, Mary Mullins,
Katie Hickey and Anna Mae Massengale; 30 grandchildren 25 great-grandchildren;
two great-great grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. She
had accepted Christ as her Savior. She attended Little Community Baptist
Church and later attended Sandusky Chapel Baptist Church. Funeral services
were held Thursday, January 8, 2004 in the funeral home chapel with Bro.
Anson Perkins and Bro. Dewey Burks officiating. Burial was in Elk Spring
Hickey & Son Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
Wayne County Outlook, Wayne Co., Ky
TROXELL, Jerry Lee, age 41 years, Whitley City,
Kentucky died September 21, 2006 at Scott County Hospital, Oneida, Tennessee.
He was born at Cincinnati, Ohio on November 15, 1964 the son of James Carlos
Troxell and the late Garnett Jean Mullen Troxell. He was a member of Hill
Top Baptist Church. His mother and sister, Ramona Marie Troxell, precede
him in death. Survivors include his father, James Carlos Troxell, Stearns,
Kentucky and his brother and sisters, James Troy Troxell, Terre Haute,
Indiana; Becky Watters, Somerset, Kentucky; Georgia Troxell; Judy King
and Amanda Jean Troxell, Stearns, Kentucky. McCreary County Funeral Home
entrusted with arrangements. McCreary Voice
TROXTELL, Robert, 58, East Limestone Street, Somerset, died Sunday,
November 2, 2003 at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital. He was born Sept.
20, 1945, in Bronston, Kentucky, son of the late James Marcus and Mary
E. Flynn Troxtell. He was a truck driver for Coca-Cola Company for 33 years,
and of the Baptist Faith. Survivors include his wife, Robyn Rogers
Troxtell, Somerset; two sons, Dennis Wayne Troxtell and Ty Hargis, both
of Somerset; a daughter, Barbara K. Dye, Ferguson; two brothers, Jimmy
(and Ruth) Troxtell, Somerset, and Ralph (and Jody) Troxtell, Bronston;
three grandchildren, Danielle Gordon, Matthew Gordon, and Kenosha Troxtell;
two nephews, Barry Troxtell and Jimmy Troxtell Jr..; and two nieces, Angie
(and Terrell) Harper and Nikki Troxtell. He was preceded in death
by her parents, and a sister, Lily Mae Troxtell.
Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 5, at the Memorial
Chapel at Lake Cumberland Funeral Home, with Bros. Ulanda Price and Rick
Lawson officiating. Burial will be in Quinton Cemetery, Bronston.
Friends may call after 5 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2003 at the funeral home.
Memorials may be made to the Quinton Cemetery Fund. Somerset Obits
TSCHAENN, Elaine M.; OH; 1997, June 19;
(nee Meeks), beloved wife of the late Robert Tschaenn Jr., devoted mother
of Barbara J. Duncan (Bob) and Larry L. Tschaenn Sr. (Gerri), loving grandmother
of Robbie Duncan, Renee Nash, Larry Lee Tschaenn Jr. and Lorrie Warner
and great-grandmother of Cody, Kayla, Matthew, Paige, Kyle, Kelsey, Samaria,
Sissy, Larry Lee III and Rene, dear sister of Eula Meeks, Francis Meeks
and the late Edward Meeks, Jr. Thursday, June 19, 1997, age 73 years. Funeral
service Monday10:30 AM at the Seifert-Hardig & Brater Funeral Home,
Parkland at Monitor, Sayler Park. Visitation at the funeral home Monday,
9:30 AM until time of service. Interment in Maple Grove Cemetery, Cleves.
Memorials may be directed to the Addyston United Methodist Church. Arrangements
by Dennis George Funeral Service (941-6700).
TUCKER, Ceaf, 48, Rt. 1, Whitley City, died suddenly
Jan. 23, 1982. Funeral services were held Jan. 26 at 2 p.m. at Marshes
Siding Church of God with the Rev. Oscar Worley and the Rev. Hurstle Daugherty
officiating. Burial was in Carter Cemetery. He was born Feb. 10, 1933,
at Marshes Siding to the late George and Alice Sellers Tucker. He was a
member of the Whitley City Church of God. Survivors include his wife, Juanita
Davidson Tucker, Rt. 1, Whitley City; four children, Diana Sue Schulte,
Cincinnati, Alice Kay Cox, Joey Richard Tucker and Georgia Almas Tucker,
all of Whitley City; six grandchildren; six brothers, Othie Tucker and
Bud Tucker, both of Cincinnati, Walter Tucker, Ray Tucker, and Wilkie Tucker,
all of Marshes Siding, and Fay Tucker, Whitley City; three sisters, Loria
Harris, Portland, Ore., Nora Lewis, Monticello, and Marie Baer, Indiana;
a half-brother, Luther Tucker, Whitley City. Preceding him in death were
a son, George Ceaf Tucker; a brother, Robert Tucker, and two half-brothers,
Claude Tucker and Everett Tucker. McCreary County Funeral Home was in charge
TUCKER, Dollie Marie, age 80, Whitley City, Kentucky, died June 25,
2004 at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital in Somerset, Kentucky. Funeral
services were held Tuesday, June 29, 2004 at McCreary County Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev. Larry Vanover officiating. Burial was in Strunk Cemetery.
She was born November 20, 1923 at Barren Fork, Kentucky
the daughter of the late Jim Hiarm and Etta Strunk Gibson. She was a cook
in McCreary County School System and was a member of Day Ridge United Baptist
Her parents and her husband, Loyd Tucker precedes her
in death. The deceased sons are, Arnold Tucker; Jerry Ray Tucker; Gary
DeWayne Tucker; Rocky Allen Tucker and Nathan “Buddy “ Tucker. The deceased
brothers and sister are Howard Gibson; Frank Gibson and Emma Lee Gibson.
Derek Ball and Bradley Newton are the deceased great grandchildren. Survivors
include her children, Jimmy and Sandra Tucker; Ancil and Janet Tucker;
Doris and Alfred Ball all of Whitley City, Kentucky; Michael and Connie
Tucker; Ronald Coy Tucker; Stella Jean and Steve Newton and Kimberly Sue
and John Kelly all of Parkers Lake, Kentucky and Lena Joyce and Steve Kidd,
Stearns, Kentucky. Her surviving sister, Virginia (Sis) Tucker, Whitley
City, Kentucky. Four sisters-in-law; Stella Tucker, Shirley Tucker, Hope
Tucker and Irene Strunk and two brothers-in-law Clyde Tucker and Ancil
Tucker survive her. A special child in their life survives, David Gabbard,
Whitley City, Kentucky. Twenty-eight grandchildren and twenty-eight great
grandchildren survive. McCreary County Funeral Home entrusted with
arrangements. McCreary paper
TUCKER, Eugene Lee, 68, Tucker Road Bronston,
passed away Tuesday June 5, 2001 at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital.
He was born August 19, 1932, son of the late Mosie Tucker and Millie (Hammond)
Tucker. He was a US Army Veteran, a retired logger, member of the Masonic
Lodge Burnside #634, Eastern Star laurel Heights #288 Olekia Temple Scottish
Rite, Lexington, Ky. and York Rite, Somerset, Ky. Survivors include his
wife, Laura Taylor Tucker, whom he married on November 15, 1952 at Tateville,
Ky.; five sons Donald E. (and Laurie) Tucker, Georgetown, Ky., David l.
(and Kimberly) tucker, Frankfort, Ky., Charles Ray (and Charlotte) Tucker
Mississippi, Larry Ray (and Debbie) Tucker and Jerry Clayton "J.C." (and
Della) Tucker, both of Somerset; one daughter, Jenny Lou (and Darrell)
Morris, Virginia; four grandchildren, Kyle tucker, Jesse Tucker, Hannah
Jo tucker, Erin Wilcoxen; four brothers Arthur, Wendell, Tommy and Charles
Glen Tucker, all of Bronston; 6 sisters, Lettie Canada, Somerset, Betty
Flynn, Bronston, Ruby Casada, Ohio, Sue Mae Thurman, Frazier, Pauline Flynn,
Bronston and Cloa Hardy, Bronston. He was preceded in death by his parents;
two brothers, Chester and Donald Kay Tucker. Funeral services will be 2:00
P.M. Saturday June 9, 2001 at the Memory Chapel of lake Cumberland Funeral
home with Brothers Robert Flynn, Noel Dodson, David Meece and Harold Taylor
officiating. Burial will be in the Burnside Cemetery, with Masonic Graveside
Rite being conducted. Visitation will be after 5:00 p.m. Friday June 8,
2001 at lake Cumberland Funeral Home. eastern Star services will be Friday
June 8, at 8:00 P.M. at the funeral home. Expressions of sympathy may take
the form of donations to the Shriners Hospital for Children 1900 Richmond
Road, Lexington, Kentucky 40502. Lake Cumberland Funeral Home in charge
of arrangements. Somerset Obits
TUCKER, George W., 86, Marshes Siding, died June
18, 1973 in Somerset City Hospital following a prolonged illness. His wife,
Mrs. Alice Sellers Tucker, survives. The son of the late George W. Tucker,
Sr., and Linda Eller Tucker, he was born April 23, 1887, in Wayne County.
He was a life-long resident of this area and a retired coalminer. He was
a member of Turkey Creek First Baptist Church in Wayne County. Surviving
besides his wife are twelve children -- eight sons, Otha Tucker and Bud
Tucker, both of Cincinnati, Walter Tucker and Wilkie Tucker, both of Marshes
Siding, Ceaf Tucker of Mt. Orab, Ohio, Ray Tucker of Stearns, Claude Tucker
of Hartford City, Indiana, Luther Tucker of Whitley City, and Fay Tucker
of Stearns; four daughters, Mrs. Lora Harris of Burnside, Mrs. Nora Lewis
of Monticello, Mrs. Marie Bauer of Cheasapeake, Virginia; one brother,
Cader Tucker of Bell Farm; one sister, Mrs. Hester Martin of Somerset;
sixty-five grandchildren and a number of great grandchildren. Three sons,
Robert, Everett and Hayden Tucker, preceded their father in death. Rev.
Oscar Worley officiated at the funeral services, held in the Marshes Siding
Missionary Baptist Church on June 20. Burial was in the Carter Cemetery
with McCreary County Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Serving as
active pallbearers were his grandsons, Roger, Kenny, Jim, Tom, Junior and
TUCKER, Glynn L., Age: 73 Visitation: Monday, June
2, 2008 from 5-9 at the funeral home Funeral Service: Tuesday,
June 3, 2008 at 1pm at the funeral home Interment: Crestlawn
Memorial Gardens Glynn L. Tucker, 73, husband of Lillian (LC) Dawson
Tucker, went to be with his Savior, Saturday, May 31, 2008. He was born
in Wayne Co., KY on September 9, 1934 to the late Logan Tucker & Lona
Branscum Tucker Wells.
He retired in 1989 from the Federal Bureau of Prisons
after 27 years of service. He served in the Army with the 3rd Armored Division
from 1955 until his discharge in 1958 & was stationed in Germany. He
was a member of the Central Church of God in Georgetown, a member of the
East Scott Co. Ruritian, a Kentucky Colonel, Past Master of Mt. Vernon
Lodge # 14 & Past Patron of OES #115.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by his son; Glynn
Parker Tucker & wife, Lesia, Richmond, KY; his daughters, Terecia Parker
& husband, William K. "Bill", Georgetown, KY, Leicha Gervaise Vinson
& husband, Darrin, Hopewell, VA & Jennifer Polly & husband,
Harry, Georgetown, KY, grandchildren; Andrew & Rebecca Tucker, Georgetown,
KY; Lauren & Emily Vinson, Hopewell, VA; William "Billy" Parker &
wife, Lerin, Stephen Parker & wife, Sarah; Jessica & Leslie Parker,
Georgetown, KY. He is also great grandfather to Brenna, daughter of Billy
and Lerin. His sisters; Alphine Wheeler, Bowie, TX; Margaret Tucker, Lexington,
KY, Lexie Edwards & husband, Joe, Indianapolis, IN; & brother,
Baxter Wells, Jr. & wife Betty, Monticello, KY. He has 7 nephews &
9 nieces, brothers-in-law, William "Bill" & wife Sheila Dawson &
Lorenza "LG" & wife, Dianne Dawson, both of Georgetown, KY & his
mother-in-law, Ruth Barnhill Dawson , Georgetown, KY.
Funeral services will be 1:00 PM, Tuesday, June 3, 2008
at Tucker, Yocum & Wilson Funeral Home with Rev. Sam Glenn & Rev.
Keith Tingle officiating. Burial will be at Crestlawn Memorial Gardens
with pallbearers being: Harry Polly, William K. Parker, Darrin Vinson,
Bill Dawson, Lorenza Dawson, Tolbert Barnhill, Doug Dawson, Chuck Boyles
& Tony Jacobs. Honorary bearers will be his grandchildren. Visitation
will be Monday from 5-9 at the funeral home with Masonic services at 7pm.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to your favorite charity.
TUCKER, James Everet, 85, Grand Prairie, Texas,
died Monday, July 26, 1999. Funeral services were 2 p.m. Wednesday, July
28, at the chapel of Hawkins Funeral Home with the Rev. Kenneth Woods officiating.
Burial was in Tucker Cemetery in Chico, Texas. Born April 2, 1914, in Nevelsville,
Ky., he was a son of the late Charlie Joseph and Ida Jane Young Tucker.
Preceding him in death were his parents. He was married to EvaLee Pillion
Tucker on Aug. 27, 1933, and they had one son, Marvin Lee Tucker. Survivors
include a brother, Calvin Jake Tucker, Gilliland, Texas; and two sisters,
Evelyn Davidson, Bridgeport, Texas, and Sarah New, of Tennessee. Browns
Memorial Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
TUCKER, Lillie, age 93 years, Stearns, Kentucky died June 29, 2004.
Funeral services were held Friday, July 2, 2004 at McCreary County Funeral
Home with Rev. Ronnie Peters and Rev. Mike King officiating. Burial was
in Cooper Cemetery.
She was born April 11, 1911 at McCreary County, Kentucky,
the daughter of the late Henry and Virginia Gregory Hines. She was a homemaker
and member of Hill Top Baptist Church.
Her parents and her husband, Mose Walter Tucker, precede
her in death. Junior Lee Tucker is the deceased son. Faye Tucker is the
deceased daughter-in-law and Charles Canada is the deceased son-in-law.
The deceased brothers and sisters are: Reed Hines; Lewis (Buss) Hines;
Wolford (Bull) Hines; John Hines; Roy Hines; Harvey Hines; Eva Downs; Frances
Jetmore; Grace Shepherd and Betty Gibson.
Survivors include her children: James Tucker and wife,
Sylvia, Batavia, Ohio; Glen Edd Tucker; Leatrice Joyce Clark and husband,
Elisha and Mary Frances Keith and husband, Jim all of Stearns, Kentucky;
Ralph Gene Tucker and wife, Janet, Sidney, Ohio; Reed Allen Tucker and
wife, Myra, Winchester, Kentucky and Virginia Sue Canada, Strunk, Kentucky.
Polly Tucker, Crestview, Ohio is surviving daughter-in-law. Twenty-one
grandchildren and thirty-two great grandchildren survive. McCreary County
Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements. McCreary paper
TUCKER, The Reverend Luther; beloved husband of
Josephine Pullman Tucker, dear father of Mrs. Cameron Sanders (Elizabeth),
Mrs. Marica Boogaard, Mrs. Robert Stoehr III (Naomi), and Luther Tucker
Jr., Also leaves ten grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
Friday, July 21, 2000 at Old Lyme, Connecticut. Memorial service
from Indian Hill Church, Saturday, July 29 at 11 AM. If so desired,
memorials may be made to the Indian Hill Church, 6000 Drake Rd., Cincinnati,
OH 45243, Dwight Hall at Yale University P.O.B. 209008 New Haven
Connecticut 06520-9008 or the World Student Christian Federation, 475 Riverside
Dr, 16th floor, New York, NY 10015. Schaefer & Busby, Inc. Funeral
Home in charge of arrangements.
TUCKER, Ray, 62, Marshes Siding, Ky., died Tuesday,
Aug. 3, 1999, at his residence. Funeral services were 1 p.m. Thursday,
Aug. 5, at the chapel of McCreary County Funeral Home with the Rev. Sim
Thacker officiating. Burial was in Carter Cemetery. Born Nov. 17, 1936,
in McCreary County, he was a son of the late George and Alice Sellers Tucker.
He was a carpenter. Preceding him in death were his parents; six brothers,
Luther, Claude, Ceaf, Everett and Rob Tucker and Othie Sellers; and a sister,
Laura Harris. Survivors include his wife, Clara Tucker, Marshes Siding;
his children, Mary Phillips, Cookeville, Tenn., Billie Jean Taylor, Parkers
Lake, Mike Tucker, Corbin, Ky., and Richard Tucker, Whitley City; five
grandchildren; three brothers, Fay Tucker, Whitley City, Bud Tucker, Strunk,
and Walter Tucker, Marshes Siding; and two sisters, Nora Lewis, Monticello,
and Marie Baer, of South Carolina. McCreary County Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
TUCKER, Ruth Bell of Liberty died Wednesday, July
5, 2006 at Liberty Care Center. She was 91.Born in Casey County on August
7, 1914, she was a daughter of the late Ernest and Mittie Bell Evans.She
was a homemaker and member of Bruce's Chapel Methodist Church. She was
widow of Forrest Tucker Sr.Survivors include five sons, Forrest Tucker
Jr. of Danville, Charlie Bob Tucker of Somerset, Jim Tucker of Indiana,
Hollis Tucker of Richmond, and Sonny Tucker of Liberty; two sisters, Lillian
Sutherland and Jean Holt, both of Liberty; three brothers, Mack Evans of
Cincinnati, R.C. Evans and Earl Evans, both of Liberty; 16 grandchildren,
27 great-grandchildren and eight great-great-grandchildren.She was preceded
in death by a son, John "J.W." Tucker; a brother; two half-brothers; a
half-sister; three grandchildren, a great-grandchild and a great-great-grandchild.Funeral
services were July 8 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home by Bro. Ed Tharpe officiating.
Burial was at Antioch Cemetery.Pallbearers were Eric Hamilton, David Johnson,
Shane and Matt Tucker, Terry Dudley, Jack Pierce, Brian Crabtree and John
Tommy Tucker. AM 7/7/2006
TUCKER, Sarah E.; 97, Patterson Court, Somerset,
died Saturday, July 10 at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital. She
was born in January 20, 1907 in Keno, Ky., a daughter of the late Richmond
Casada and Mary Hughes Casada. She was a homemaker and a member of Oak
Hill Baptist Church.
Survivors include her husband, Lowell M. Tucker, whom
she married March 26, 1928; five daughters, Mary (and Theo) Young of Somerset,
Juanita (and the late Frank) Stanton of Cincinnati, Ohio, Ellen (and Floyd)
Roberts of Somerset, Fayrene (and Curtis) Mayfield of Somerset and Stella
(and Jerry) Harrison of Somerset; five sons, Robert (and Mildred) Tucker
of Westchester, Ohio, Johnny (and the late Wilda) Tucker of Eubank, Ky.,
Lee (and Ethel) Tucker of Somerset and Terry (and Joan) Tucker of Somerset;
two brothers, Earl Casada of Cincinnati, Ohio and Gene Casada of Tateville,
Ky.; two sisters, Esteen Shelton of New Castle, Ind. and Ona Daulton of
Cincinnati, Ohio.; 38 grandchildren, 48 great-grandchildren and 12 great-great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by a daughter, Barbara Wells; five brothers,
Steve, Matthew, David, Paul, and Lorenzo Casada; and four sisters, Millie
Ballou, Ida Ballou, Easter Casada and Ester Powers. Funeral services will
be 11 a.m., Monday, July 12 at Oak Hill Baptist Church with Dr. Harold
Brown and Rev. Jason Young officiating. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery.
Friends may call after 6 p.m. Sunday, July 11 at Pulaski Funeral Home and
after 9 a.m.Monday, July 12 at Oak Hill Baptist Church. Pulaski Funeral
Home in charge of funeral arrangements.
TUCKER, Susan Kathleen Skelley, 41, of Eubank, Ky., passed away Wednesday,
June 27, 2007, at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital.Born Monday, May 23,
1966, in Alliance, Ohio, she is a daughter of the late Fred and Sherrell
McWilliams Skelley. She was a four year employee of Cracker Barrel
in Somerset. Survivors include her life companion, Matthew Carman of Eubank;
three daughters, Amy Adkins and Asia Tucker, both of Eubank, and Christen
Cartwright of Waynesburg; two brothers, Skip Skelley of Canton, Ohio, and
Steve Skelley of Florida; and one grandson, Tyler Adkins. Funeral services
will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 30, at Barnett & Demrow Funeral
Home with Bro. Johnny Thompson officiating.Burial will be in the Pilot
Cemetery.Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today, June 29, at the funeral
home.Guestbook available at: www.barnett-demrow.com. Commonwealth Journal
TURPIN, Dolly Mae Payton - MORELAND - Services
for Dolly Mae Payton Turpin, 73, of Stanford, will be 1 p.m. Tuesday at
W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by the Rev. Rick Naylor. Burial will be in Hustonville
Cemetery. She died Saturday at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical
Center. Pallbearers will be Rannie, Troy, Donnie, Jeff, Greg and Shane
Payton. Honorary pallbearers are Robbie and Scott Payton and Aaron McNew.
Visitation is 5-9 p.m. today. Advocate-Messenger 2/2/2004
TURPIN, Ella M., 78, 207 Sioux Trail passed away
Wednesday May 22, 2002 at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital. She was born
February 5, 1924 in Somerset, KY. a daughter of the late Charles C. Brinson
and Fanny (Gragg) Brinson. She was a 1940graduate of Ferguson High school,
a retired secretary for the Pulaski Co. Tourist Commission and a member
of the Beacon Hill Baptist Church. She is survived by three sons; William
Turpin, Somerset, KY., Tipton Lloyd (and Nita) Turpin, Athens, AL and Charles
Jesse (and Cathie) Turpin, Burnside, Ky., one daughter; Cathy (and Paul)
Crew, Somerset, KY., one brother; Charles Edward Brinson, Somerset, KY.
and one sister; Judy Bradley, Somerset, KY., 10 grandchildren and 6 great
grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband; Jess
D. Turpin. Funeral services will be 2:00 P. M. Friday May 24, 2002 at the
Memory Chapel of Lake Cumberland Funeral Home. Burial will be in Lakeside
Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be after 6:00 P.M. at the Chapel of Lake
Cumberland Funeral Home. Somerset Obits.
TURPIN, MAJOR HOWIRD, SR.; MORELAND (Ky)-- Major
Howird Turpin Sr., 74, of
Hustonville died Thursday at Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington. Born
Sept. 2, 1927, in Casey County, he was the son of the late John C. and
Titla Coffman Turpin. He was a retired farmer. Survivors include a daughter,
Zetta Bolin of Hustonville; a brother, Luther Turpin of Greenwood, Ind.;
a sister, Ivory Lane of Danville; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by two children, Major H. Turpin Jr. and Tybytha
Hatfield. Services will be 2 p.m. Sunday at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home by
G.W. Smith. Burial will be in Dogwood Gap Cemetery in Casey County.
Pallbearers will be Joey and Mark Mills, William and Kevin Bolin, David
Turpin and Johnny Crowe. Visitation will be 4:30-9 p.m. Saturday.
Pub. 11/30/2001 Danville Advocate