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Sprague; and brother, Tom W. Her parents were Noble and Mary Caton Denton. Burial was at Pythian Ridge Cemetery. He was employed by Rhea Farms. Vanover Funeral Home in Clay was in charge of arrangements. Ladd Fred Roy Ladd, 87, of Burna died at He retired after 25 years as a rock crusher with Three Rivers Rock Quarry and also worked for 20 years as a coal miner. Ladd was of the Baptist faith. Surviving are one daughter, Janice Whorton of Burna; a son, Freddie Ladd of Smithland; six grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
Burial was at Rosedale Cemetery in Dawson Springs. She was a member of the Maranatha Baptist Church. Burial was at Repton Cemetery. He was preceded in death by two sisters, two brothers and his parents, Amie S. Cyr and Diana Pearson Cyr. There will be no local services. Arrangements are being handled by Boyd Funeral Directors in Salem. Tinsley, 47, of Marion died Sunday, Aug.
Funeral arrangements are pending at Gilbert Funeral Home in Marion. She was a member of Fredonia First Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, L. Keith Shewcraft; and parents, Arthur and Virginia Byford. Williams and wife Kathy of Louisville and Lola; six grandchildren, Tony, Curtis, Samantha, Luke, Harley and Wyatt; two great-grandchildren; and five nieces and nephews. Williams was the son of Harley and Juanita Armstrong Williams.
David LeNeave and Rev. Burial was at Hopewell Cemetery. Daughter of the late James and Uriah Bea Campbell, she grew up in Dycusburg and moved to Frankfort in to find work with the state government.
She worked as a secretary for Lt. She worked 31 years for the state, retiring in In commemoration of her years of service, she was sworn in and served as Secretary of State on the day she retired. Surviving are her husband of 62 years, Donald; a brother, Robert Campbell of Henderson; four children, N. Burial was at Bagdad Cemetery near Frankfort. Russell was a multi-media graphic designer and owner of Real Image Films in Eddyville. He attended Maranatha Baptist Church. Willbanks was the son of Clarence and Nell Damron Willbanks.
May, 74, of Marion died Friday, July 23, at his home. May of Marion; and two grandchildren, Abigail Baker and J. Entombment was at Mapleview Cemetery. College Street, Marion, KY Crider of Downers Grove, Ill.
He was born in Marion on April 2, and later moved to Chicago, Ill. He then retired and built a home on Kentucky Lake. Crider was preceded in death by his wife, Margaret.
She was a member of the First Missionary Baptist Church. Surviving are her husband, Gene H. Gordon; and her parents, Lacy Sampson Holloman Sr. Arrangements were by Collier Funeral Home in Benton. Burial was at Hamlet Cemetery in Benton. She was a member of Eddyville First Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, William F. She was born Aug. Surviving are a son, Larry Belt and wife Vicki of Shepherdsville; two daughters, Eydie Ruth and husband Wayne of Louisville and Pam Neil and David of Crestwood; three brothers, Kenneth Croft and wife Larene of Salem, James Croft of Louisville and Hershel Croft of Hodgenville; five grandchildren, two step-grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; four step-great-grandchildren; and 12 nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by two great-grandfathers and one great-grandmother. Services are at 2 p. Forrest Ivy and Bro. Buford McGuire will officiate. Burial will be at Edmonds Cemetery. Visitation is after 5 p. Friday at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to Boyd Funeral Directors, P. July 15, Issue Hawkins Charles S. Hawkins, 77, of Madisonville died at 3: He was born on Jan. He retired as a manager for Hawkins Distributing in Madisonville. Hawkins of Henderson and Tom Hawkins of Providence; and six grandchildren.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a daughter, Sherry Leigh Hawkins. Burial was at Odd Fellows Cemetery in Madisonville.
Expressions of sympathy may be made to the family at www. She attended Creekside Baptist Church and St. Wilkie was preceded in death by her husband, Richard R. Wilkie; a sister; and a brother. Travis Don Travis, 68, of Marion died at 8: He was of the Baptist faith and was a former member of the Crittenden County Board of Education for 12 years. Travis was preceded in death by his parents, Marvin and Elizabeth Travis; and a brother, Glendal Travis. Dale Williams and Rev.
Burial was at Freedom Cemetery. He was born in Merrillville, Ind. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Clifton Gilliand. Graveside services are at 1 p. Myers Funeral Home in Marion is in charge of arrangements. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at presstime at Myers Funeral Home. She was a homemaker and of the Baptist faith. Burial was at Pleasant Grove Cemetery in Madisonville. She was born Sept. She was employed as a correctional security officer at Western Kentucky Correctional Complex in Fredonia.
She was of Christian faith. A private burial will be held at a later time at New Salem Cemetery in Nortonville. Memorials may take the form of donation to the Salvation Army. Military rites will be given at the cemetery on Saturday and Masonic rites will be given at 7 p.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Dewey Lee Garrett; and several brothers and sisters. Burial will be at Rosebud Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Rosebud Cemetery Fund, U. Linzy and wife Charlene of Sullivan, Ky. She was preceded in death by her husband, Roger Linzy; son, David Linzy; three brothers and seven sisters.
She was the daughter of Vernon and Amanda Wheeler Gilland. Burial was at Dycusburg Cemetery in Crittenden County. A graveside memorial service will be held at Cedar Grove Cemetery at 2 p. Services will be at 2 p. Burial will be at Asbridge Cemetery. Pitre Ronnie Lee Pitre Jr. Surviving are his mother, Sharon R. Pitre of Marion; a son, Dominick A.
Pitre of Daphane, Ala. He was preceded in death by his father, Ronnie Lee Pitre Sr. Services will be at 11 a. Burial will be at Dyer Hill Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Ronnie Lee Pitre, Jr. Memorial Fund, South Main St. He was a member of Creekside General Baptist Church. Rittenberry was preceded in death by his step-father, Norman Hayes.
Roger Holloman and Bro. Burial was at Cedar Grove Cemetery. He retired after 20 years from the State Division of Forestry. Riley was preceded in death by two brothers, B. He was the son of B. She was a member of Midway Missionary Baptist Church where she was a pianist for many years.
Burial was at Millwood Cemetery. Sisco of Poplar Bluff, Mo. Barnett-Strother Funeral Home in Madisonville is in charge of arrangements, which were incomplete at press time Tuesday. Burial was at Ferguson Cemetery in Livingston County. She worked at Marion Cafe for a few years and then was a homemaker. Jude Place, Memphis, TN Babb, 61, of Owensboro died Friday June 25, at her home. She was preceded in death by her father, William R.
Burial was at Fernwood Cemetery in Henderson. He was a member of St. He was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, Charles Conditt; and maternal grandfather, Eldo Todd Jr.
Burial was at Chapel Hill Cemetery. Johnson A graveside service will be held at 11 a. Brother Wayne Garvey will officiate. Harold Douglas Johnson, 89, of Luray, Va. He continued to serve in the United States Army until He then managed a restaurant in Luray, Va. Jean Harris Johnson, 89, of Luray, Va. She was born in Marion on Aug.
She was self-employed as an artist for over 20 years and belonged to the Shenandoah Valley Artist Guild. Knight was born in Crittenden County on May 20, Survivors include a son, Wendell Knight Jr. His parents were Rev. Knight and Margaret Peek Knight. Morgan's Funeral Home in Princeton was in charge of arrangements.
She was preceeded in death by her husband, James D. She was proceeded in death by her husband, Denver Robertson in Survivors include a nephew, James Winstead of Evansville, Ind. He was preceded in death by his parents, Bill and Christine Miller Conner.
She was a member of the Second Baptist Church in Marion. Memorials may be made to American Cancer Society, N. Main Street, Marion KY She was a homemaker and member of Emmaus Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her parents, Litt and Pauline Mittchel Ferguson, a brother and one grandchild.
Burial will be in Asbridge Cemetery. Prior to retirement, Hodge was a special weapons inspector for the U.
Thomas Hospital in Nashville, Tenn. She was a member of Mexico Baptist Church. Surviving are her parents, Mark H. She was preceded in death by her maternal grandfather, Brad Wheeler. Graveside services were Friday at Mapleview Cemetery in Marion. Preceding her in death were her first husband, James T. Loveless; an infant son, Ricky Loveless; parents, Rayburn and Lossie Doom; two brothers and a sister. Services were 1 p. Martin, 78, of Hobart, Ind.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Clifford Martin, in ; three brothers; and two sisters. Funeral services were held in Indiana. Grimes Leona Grimes, 83, of Dycusburg, died at 1: She was a retired licensed practical nurse for Hilltop Nursing Home Facility in Kuttawa with 35 years of service. Surviving are a brother, Allen N. Grimes of Marion; and nieces and nephews. Grimes and Mary Hodge Grimes. He was born Jan. He graduated from Murray State University with a degree in history and physical education and also began a broadcasting career there when he accepted a job at WKYB.
Swisher served in the U. Navy Air Corps and was stationed primarily in the San Diego area. He worked in the public relations office for the admiral. In , Swisher and Fred Paxton began Sports Against Cancer, a cause very special to Swisher because cancer contributed to the death of his parents. In , he received the Excalibur Award, the highest national award given by the American Cancer Society.
Swisher was well known as being the voice of Paducah Tilghman football, broadcasting games beginning in He wrote a book about the history of Paducah Tilghman football to commemorate the centennial anniversary in , proceeds of which went to the Paducah Tilghman High School sports program.
Lynn Shurley officiated the service. A graveside memorial service was held Monday at Mapleview Cemetery in Marion. Milner and Orr Funeral Home of Paducah was in charge of arrangements. He was the son of William and Sarah Curnel. Surviving is a son, Joel Blaylock of Allen, Texas. Blaylock was preceded in death by his wife, Elizabeth Blaylock; three sisters; and three brothers.
Memorials may be made to Gideons International, P. Box , Salem, KY She was preceded in death by her parents, George and Faye Cosseboone Cullum; her husband, Charlie Swaggirt; and son, Robert Darrell Swaggirt; two sisters and two brothers. Burial will be at Elmwood Cemetery. Funeral arrangements at Myers Funeral Home were incomplete at press time.
Tibbs was a retired teacher and bookkeeper. Funeral services will be at 3 p. Visitation is at the funeral home between the hours of noon and 3 p. Graveside services will be held at 6 p. Surviving are five nieces and four nephews. He was a retired real estate appraiser. Surviving are his daughters, Libby Hodge and Pat Hazzard, both of Marion; a sister, Pearl Swift of Eddyville; four grandchildren; and two great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Roy S.
Private services were held. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, N. Bradford Burnie Bradford Jr. Bradford was preceded in death by four brothers and one sister. He was the son of Burnie and Freda Sexton Bradford. Boyd Funeral Directors in Salem was in charge of arrangements.
Croft Irene Croft, 81, of Salem died at 7: She was a member of Pleasant Grove Church. Surviving are one daughter, Vena F. Owen and husband Mark of Corydon; three sons, Ercel E. Rushing and wife Lynda of Marion, Robert A. Rushing and wife Helen of Marion and Richie S. Croft was preceded in death by her first husband, Delmer Rushing; her second husband, Stanley Croft; and two brothers, James Alexander and John Alexander.
Her parents were Ercel and Annabel Phelps Alexander. Burial followed at Piney Fork Cemetery. Stone Dora Ruth Stone, 89, of Marion, died at 7: Saturday, May 29, at her home. Stone was a member of Frances Baptist Church. She was also a retired cook from Frances Elementary School cafeteria. Stone was preceded in death by her husband, Paul L. Lonnie Knight and Rev.
Burial was at Frances Cemetery with Rev. Ramage was preceded in death by his wife, Leota Bridwell Ramage, whom he married on April 24, He was also preceded by a son, Gobel; a granddaughter, Crystal Ann; three brothers; and five sisters. Ramage was the son of Ike and Nannie Anglin Ramage. Ronnie Hooks officiating and assisted by Bro. Roberts was preceded in death by his father, James G. He was the son of James G.
Burial was at Hampton Cemetery. She was a member of Calvary Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Rudell Yandell; second husband, Shelby York; parents, William and Daisy Rushing; seven brothers and three sisters. Burial was at Love Cemetery. She was a Crittenden County native having been born Nov. She was a member of Marion Baptist Church and she and her husband, Jesse, farmed near Sheridan for many years.
Boyd was a Kentucky Colonel and enjoyed sewing and quilting. She married Jesse Hodge Boyd on Dec. He preceded her in death on Jan. She was a graduate of the University of Kentucky, where she received the Distinguished Alumnus Award. She served as psychologist for the School District of Janesville from She presented papers at the annual meetings of the International Council of Psychologists in both Israel and Japan. She was very active in the Cursillo movement within the Diocese of Milwaukee.
Revel graduated from Nashotah Institute of Christian Studies in In Paducah, she was actively involved in St. She had traveled to 40 continental states and over 21 countries. Preceding her in death were her parents, Thomas and Ruth Cook Carter. Funeral services are at 3 p. George Jaeger, and Rev. Richard Paxton will officiate. Visitation will begin at 1 p. Additional memorial services will be held later. Milner and Orr Funeral Home of Paducah is in charge of arrangements. Bradham Ricky Dale Bradham Jr.
He was preceeded in death by his father, Ricky Dale Bradham Sr. He retired from Kraft Foods in Evansville, was a U. Army veteran of the Vietnam War and he attended the Methodist church.
Duvall was preceded in death by a brother, Bobby; a sister, Verlie; and his parents. The body was cremated. Hosselton Funeral Home, Cisne, Ill. Chittenden; and a sister, Marie Black. Chuck Ladd and Rev. Funeral services are scheduled for 1 p. Thursday at Boyd Funeral Directors in Salem. Burial will follow at Salem Cemetery. Wednesday at the funeral home. Other arrangements are pending. He was preceded in death by his parents, M. York was a lifetime member of the Machinist and Aero Space Union.
Funeral services were at 2 p. Gilbert Funeral Home in Marion was in charge of local arrangements. She was a housewife. Surviving are her sons, James E. She was of the Pentecostal faith. She was preceded in death by her son, Don R. Burial was at Carrsville Cemetery. He was a veteran of the Korean War and retired from Arkema after 33 years of service. He was also an auctioneer with Belt Auction and Realty for 25 years. Surviving are his sons, Michael Howard and wife Joy of Gilbertsville and Mark Howard and wife Heidi of Salem; seven grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
Howard was preceded in death by his wife, Betty Howard; two brothers; and a sister. He was originally appointed county jailer then won the election and served about a year and half before resigning.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Tom and Vancie Gipson Gilland. He grew up around the Blackford community and graduated from Clay High School in He worked as a coal miner for 27 years and retired from Peabody Camp 2 in Heady was a member and Deacon of Sullivan Baptist Church. He was also a Mason and active in the Wheatcroft Masonic Lodge. Following retirement he was instrumental in the completion of the Veteran's Memorial Walk of Honor and Blackford Bridge Project, donating land and access to the bridge.
He was a fisherman, hunter, trapper, farmer, gardener and master sorghum maker. Noble Cobb and Rev. Whitsell Funeral Home in Sturgis is in charge of arrangements. Visitation was Wednesday night at the funeral home and from 9 a.
Ball, 63, of Crawfordsville, Ind. Ball was born Jan. He was preceded in death by his parents; and a brother, Vernon O. Burial was at Angelcrest Cemetery in Valparaiso, Ind. He was a veteran of the U. Army and a member of the Coronado Methodist Church. Perkins was preceeded in death by his parents, Lyman and Lucy Perkins; and one brother, Donald Perkins.
A memorial service will be set at a later date with Gilbert Funeral Home in charge of services. Cosby was preceded in death by a son, Robby Cosby; and a brother, Jack Cosby. Burial was at Loveless Chapel Cemetery. Surviving are his brothers, Cecil Jacobs of Evansville, Ind. Graveside services were Tuesday at Frances Cemetery. He was preceded in death by his father, Max E. He was preceded in death by his parents, Earl and Ruth Hill Patmor. Alexander A graveside memorial service will be held at 2 p.
Wendell Ordway will officiate. Alexander was born May 11, in Crittenden County. She was preceded in death by her husband, J.
Willis Crider; parents, Jesse and Beaulah Highfil; six brothers; and one sister. She was preceded in death by her husband, George Metcalfe; a daughter; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Burial was at Crowell Cemetery. Military rites and Masonic rites were also given.
Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Myers Funeral Home in Marion. Surviving are his wife, Barbara Andrews Hicks; four brothers; a sister; and several nieces and nephews. A graveside service will be held at 1 p. Gilbert Funeral Home in Marion is in charge of local arrangements.
Surviving are her husband, Franklin R. She was preceded in death by her parents, A. Bubba Smith and Rev. Burial was at Jones Cemetery. She was preceded in death by her parents, Al and Minnie Underdown Easley; five brothers and a sister. Arrangements were incomplete at presstime. Myers Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. A complete obituary will be published next week. Henry had worked for many years at Crittenden Auto Parts.
Surviving are his wife, Patricia A. He was the son of George and Ollie James Henry. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and are under the direction of the Myers Funeral Home in Marion. Baker was a housewife. April 22, Issue Cloyd Dr. Charles Cloyd, 88, of Mayfield died at 3: He received a bachelor of arts degree from Union University, a bachelor of divinity from Central Baptist Seminary, a master of arts from Murray State University, a master of divinity from Central Baptist Seminary and a doctor of divinity from Mid-Continent University.
He was preceded in death by a son, Robin Cloyd, and a sister. His parents were John and Cona Ford Cloyd. Kennedy, Jack Acree and C.
Burial was at Trinity Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Lourdes Hospice, P. Farmer of Marion; nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and several step-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Lois Farmer; three sisters; and a brother; and his parents, James H.
Burial was at Bethel Cemetery. Davenport, 76, of Fenton, Mo. Survivors include three sons, Larry Davenport of Fenton, Mo. Davenport was preceded in death by her husband, Kenneth Davenport; and one brother. Mahan was born Aug. She was a member of East Hill Baptist Church for over 45 years, serving the majority of that time as director of the Sunday School Department for five year olds.
She was a member of several bridge clubs and a Kentucky Wildcats basketball fan. After Norris's death in , she returned to Pensacola to live close to her children. Patrick Marshall and wife Jen of Wahoo, Neb. She was preceded in death by her parents; a sister, Cordie Richardson; a great-granddaughter, Madelyn Rose Marshall; and husband of 57 years, Norris Mahan. Burial will be in Salem Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday from 1 p. She was a member of Baker Baptist Church.
Funeral services are at 11 a. Survivors include her husband, Kenneth S. Roger Holliman and Bro. Donald Wayne BeBout officiating. Burial was at Lola Cemetery. He was of the Baptist faith, a U. Marine Corps veteran and member of the American Legion Post Burial will be at Mapleview Cemetery with full military rites.
A graveside service will be at 2 p. She was a member of Grace Baptist Church in Clay. Burial was at Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Marion. Memorial contributions may be made to St.
Anthony's Hospice of Webster County. Clement, 65, died last week at her home. She was born May 27, , the daughter of the late Ben and Edith Clement. In , Sarah was Crittenden County spelling bee champion. Survivors include a sister Anne Clement of Ft. Mason of Chicago, Ill. Klimek of Bolingbrook, Ill. Clement and Benjamin E. There will be a memorial service at 2 p. The church will host a meal for the family following the service.
Memorial donations may be made to the Marion United Methodist Church food pantry. He was a member of the Marion Church Of God. Teague, 48, of Marion died at 6: She had been an employee of Trelleborg Manufacturing in Morganfield for 10 years.
She was preceded in death by her father, Thomas H. Burial was at St. Ann Cemetery in Morganfield. Hardin John Scott Hardin, 43, of Marion died at 3 p.
Hardin was born April 29, at Madisonville. He was employed by Star Transport of Morton, Ill. Funeral services will be held at 1 p. Burial will be at Rosebud Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 11 a. Warren Barbara Jean Warren, 67, of Burna died at 9: She was preceded in death by her husband, Donald Warren; a brother, Kenneth Maxfield; and one step-grandson. She was the daughter of Robert and Catherine Pryor Maxfield.
Burial was at McMurray Chapel Cemetery. Grady Wesley Driskill Grady, 57, of Marion died at He was preceded in death by his parents, Orville and Frances Driskill Grady. No services were planned. Travis, 90, of Princeton, died at 5: Travis was a retired Metal Finisher at Chrysler Corp. Survivors include two brothers, Vernon Travis, Loya Travis and wife Ann, all of Marion; and several nieces and nephews. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p. Services will be held at 11 a.
Burial will be at Princeton Mausoleum. Online condolences may be sent to: Stallion Greg Stallion, 54, of Marion died at 3: He was a member of Maranatha Baptist Church and an ordained minister. Stallion; his father, William C. Stallion, all of Marion; and one niece of Indiana. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Coy and Mary Gilland and his paternal grandparents, Creed and Mayme Stallion.
Services will be held at 2 p. LeRoy Driver and Rev. Burial will be at Freedom Cemetery. Visitation was from 5 to 9 p. Holloman Paul Ray Holloman Sr. Visitation is today Thursday at Gilbert Funeral Home from 6 to 9 p. The funeral will be at 1 p. He attended Enon Baptist Church.
Survivors include his caregiver, Barbara Menser; and one sister, Christine Marks, both of Providence. There will be no visitation. Melton Funeral Home in Providence is in charge of arrangements.
Mike Jones and his father, Denis Hodge, officiating. Hubble A memorial service will be held at 7 p. Hubble, 55, of Fredonia, formerly of Belleville, died at 3: She was born June 29, , was a member of the Belleville Ill. She was preceded in death by her husband, Jack Hubble. He was born on Sept. He attended county schools and served his country in the U.
After the war, he farmed with his brother Ezra. Later, he worked for a farmer near Hudson, Iowa. In , he went to work for Ritchie Manufacturing in Conrad, Iowa and retired in Memorial graveside services are at 11 a. Collins Seldon James Collins, 93, of Salem, died at 2: Collins attended Bethel Methodist Church.
Survivors include sons, Bud Collins of Smithland and J. Collins of Clarksville, Tenn. He was the son of Henry and Lily Brantley Collins. Visitation was 5 p. Burial will be at Lola Pentecostal Cemetery. He was a member of Shady Grove Baptist Church and had been a heavy equipment operator. Vaughn was preceded in death by one son, Ricky Vaughn. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. Burial will be at Shady Grove Cemetery.
Visitation will be Thursday from 10 a. Marshall was born June 28, in Ohio County, Kentucky. Survivors include his wife, Johnie G. Burial was at Kuttawa Cemetery. Greeman graduated from Marion High School in , was in the U. Navy, earned a Bachelor of Science in forestry, worked for the U. Forest Service as a resource forester for 32 years, was on the board of directors for the Braxton McDonald Foundation, was instrumental in starting the Ben E.
Greeman was preceded in death by an month-old daughter, Rebecca Jean Greeman; one son, William Russell Greeman; his youngest brother, Ted Greeman; and his oldest brother, Loval Greeman. He was the son of O. Ed Clement and Rev. Burial was in Salem Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Ben E. A memorial Service will be be held at a later date. Survivors include a step-daughter, Pamela K. Orr of Marion; a step-son, Steven L.
Gilland of Kuttawa; five grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and two nieces, Paula Arflack of Marion and Michael Goodwin of Mayfield. Stout and Ada Mae Compton; two sisters and two brothers. The funeral will be at 2 p. Visitation starts at 10 a. Watson, 78, of Salem died at Watson was an elder and member of Hopewell Cumberland Presbyterian Church. He was also a year member of Salem Masonic Lodge 81 and a self-employed auto mechanic all of his life.
Visitation was at 5 p. June 12, Issue Williamson Coy C. He was preceded in death by his wife, Willa Belle Williamson; three brothers and three sisters. She was a member of Walnut Street Church in Madisonville. Burial was at McMican Cemetery.
A graveside service was held Saturday, June 7 at Union Cemetery. Arrangements were under the direction of Gilbert Funeral Home. She was a retired inspector in an electronics factory. Burial was at Rowland Cemetery in Caldwell County. Peek was employed by Marion Homestyle Laundry for 34 years. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ruben Peek, three infant children and one step-grandchild.
Her parents were James A. Burial was at Dycusburg Cemetery. Henson Helen Marceline Henson, 82, of Burna died at 3 a. Survivors include her husband, Robert E. Trail of Petaluma, Calif.
Henson was the daughter of Guy and Helen Phillips Coker. Burial was at Dyer Hill Cemetery. He served in the United States Air Force, worked for Bath Iron Works, worked as supervisor of shipbuilding in Maine, retiring as a contract specialist after 32 years, and was an accomplished woodworker. Leet's request there will be no services, internment will be in Shady Grove Cemetery.
Arrangements were by Stetson's Funeral Home. Box , Orr's Island, ME Crider was born September 4, in Salem. He was a registered nurse. He was preceded in death by his father, Benjamin Harry Crider. She was the oldest member of Caldwell Springs Baptist Church, a homemaker, farmer, school bus driver and worked for many years for the hospital and nursing home in Marion.
Shoney Oliver and Terry Davis officiating. Burial was at Caldwell Springs Cemetery. Graveside services are at 11 a. Survivors include children Amy Rushing of Chandler, Ariz. He was preceded in death by his parents, Jonas Randall and Annie Ova Smith; four brothers and a sister. Burial was at Crayne Cemetery. Barrett James Collins Barrett, Jr. May 25, at Crittenden County Hospital.
Barrett was born Dec. He was retired from Crounse Corporation. Barrett was preceded in death by his wife of 58 years, Elaine Barrett; a sister, Kathy Hammond; and a brother, Charles Barrett.
Prowell was a member of Walnut Grove Baptist Church. Burial was at Rowland Cemetery. Services were held on Wednesday, June 4 at Mt. Carmel Funeral Home Chapel. He was born April 30, in Crittenden County, was a U. Army veteran of the Korean War and a retired heavy equipment operator in the construction business. Priest was preceded in death by his parents, Wyatt and Ruth Paris Priest.
Gipson Mamie Lou Gipson, 74, of Marion died at She was of the Pentecostal faith. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Dorothy Jean Flanery. Burial was at Good Hope Cemetery. Jack Duane Diles, 61, of Symsonia died at 7: Diles was a member of Symsonia Baptist Church. His medical practice served Paducah and surrounding communities for 31 years. Survivors include a son, Justin Diles of Philadelphia, Pa. He was preceded in death by his father Dorris Herman Diles.
Burial was at Dalton Cemetery. Barrett James Collins Barrett Jr. May 22, Issue Crider Kernie L. Army, served in the Korean War and was a retired member of the Insulators Local Blackburn of Valparaiso, Ind. Crider was preceded in death by his wife, Virgina Crider; two infant sons; and his parents, Guy and Gracie Watson Crider. He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles and retired from U. Jimmy Porter and Rev. Burial was at Whites Chapel Cemetery.
He was born August 3, in DuQuion, Ill. Army during Vietnam, worked with heavy equipment in the oil fields and as a photographer. Services will be held at a later date. He worked for six years as a restaurant manager.
Survivors include his wife, Jean H. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Clarence Cooper and Bro. Danny Shuecraft will officiate. He was born May 26, at Brownsville, Ky. Higgs was a retired heavy equipment operation and member of Fredonia Holiness Church. A Vietnam veteran, he served in the U. Survivors include his wife, Betty S. She was born on Oct. Survivors include her husband of nearly 65 years, Eld.
Easley; a son-in-law Joseph L. Easley of Belleville, Ill. Cortis Hill and Rev. Burial was at Pleasant Hill Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Pleasant Hill Cemetery Association. Survivors include a companion, Willard D. Stevens of Rockledge, Fla. Yandell and daughter-in-law Peggy Yandell of Apopka, Fla. Schilling of Milan and Troy L. She was preceded in death by her husband of 63 years, George F.
Yandell was a former district sales manager and diamond buyer for the Zales Corporation before moving from Indianapolis, Ind. She moved to Cocoa Beach in Condolences may be sent to www. Entombment will be at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. She was born in Delaware, Ohio. Tilton was preceded in death by her husband of 54 years, Dwight W. Tilton; three sisters; three brothers and parents, Dewey and Georgia Converse Blain. Burial was at Pinckneyville Cemetery. Sweeny Marjorie Sweeney, 90, of Princeton died at 7: Sweeney was born in Golconda, Ill.
She was a manager at the Princeton Golf and Country Club. Survivors include sons, Wayne Sweeney of Hanahan, S. Burial was at Cedar Hill Cemetery. Vickery and Jeremy Harris; and several nieces and nephews. Visitation was 3 to 8 p. Funeral services are at 2: There will be a private burial at Morse Cemetery at a later date. She was a member of Cave Springs Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, James R.
Ford; a brother and a sister. Graveside services were Wednesday at Salem Cemetery. Mary Ann McDonald Shuecraft was speaker. Boyd Funeral Home was in charge of services. Brown Mary Ellen Brown, 82, of Marion died at Brown was preceded in death by her husband, W. Visitation is 5 p. Herbert Alexander and Sister Lucy Tedrick officiating. Gilbert Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements, which were incomplete at press time. Wayne Garvey and Rev. Baker was a U. Survivors include two brothers, Ronnie Baker of Hartselle, Ala.
Memorial contributions may be made to Gideons International, P. She was a member of Fredonia First Baptist Church. Woodall was preceded in death by her husband, James H.
Jerrell White and Rev. She was a lifetime member of Birdsville Baptist Church. Boyd was preceded in death by her first husband, W. Burial was at Birdsville Cemetery. Stone was of the baptist faith, was a U. Survivors include his daughters, Tanya Hardesty and April Watson, both of Marion; four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Roger Steward and Bro. Burial was at White's Chapel Cemetery. Richard Dowdy and Rev.
Burial will be at Marshall County Memory Gardens. Although a native of Marion, for the past several years she had been a resident at the Salem Springlake Care Center. Survivors include two sons, Kreg Floyd of Romeoville, Ill.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Michael Floyd. Travis, 87, of Madisonville died April 25, at Travis of Dawson Springs; a sister, Lera Fendrich of Evansville; six grandchildren and one great grandchild. Burial was at Odd Fellows Cemetery. McKinney, 75 of Marion died at 7: April 24, at his home. He was a lifetime member and deacon of the Pleasant Grove General Baptist Church, a choir leader and Sunday school teacher at the church for more than 50 years, a trustee of the church and head of the Cemetery Committee, and a long-time member of the Operations and Engineers Union Local Survivors include his wife, Dorothy Champion McKinney; his daughter Cindy; son Stephen; granddaughter Lauren; grandson Cole; and daughter-in-law Stacey, all of Marion; four brothers, Doug of Joy, Gary and Larry, both of Marion and Donnie of Henderson; many nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews.
Burial was at Pleasant Grove Church Cemetery. She was a member of St. William Catholic Church in Marion. Survivors include her husband, Marcus E.
She was preceded in death by a son, Brent Cornish. Funeral services were Wednesday, April 30, at St. Graveside services will be held at 11 a. Independent and former employee of Moore Business Forms in Marion died last week. Noel Hurford of Rosiclare, Ill. Hurford began publishing the southern Illinois newspaper in after buying it from the estate of Harry and Sara Potter upon their deaths.
He had been employed at the paper for more than 55 years. For 38 of those years, he served as editor. Rash said the only time her father spent away from the southern Illinois paper was the five years he spent working at Moore's in the s.
During that time, she and her sister Susie Roth were both born in Marion. It is a special place for us," Rash said. In , Hurford moved his children and wife back to Rosiclare, where he went back to work at The Independent.
He remained there with his wife, Betty, until his death. Rash, who frequently visits Marion, said her father had been feeling ill for about a week and ultimately died of respiratory distress. Burial was in the I. Empire Cemetery, Elizabethtown, Ill. He is survived by his wife; two daughters, both of Rosiclare; a sister, Nell Cox of Harrisburg; three grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Joseph and Edith Dale Hurford. April 24, Issue Scott Lila N.
Rustin Scott, 93, of Marion, died at 4: Services were held Friday, April 18 with Rev. Funeral Service Directors of Symsonia were in charge of arrangements. Witenbarger, 72, of Marion, formerly of Knoxville, Tenn. Burial was at Knoxville. Gilbert Funeral Home in Marion was in charge of the local arrangements. She was a member of the Woodmen of the World.
Survivors include a daughter: Burial was Mt Zion Cemetery. He was preceded in death by his parents Elmer and Grace Murray Laidacker. Funeral services were incomplete at press time. Local arrangements were handled by Gilbert Funeral Home.
Survivors include three daughters, Judy Willbanks, Lucille Fraley and Diana Jones, all of Salem; one son, Ronnie Croft of Benton; one sister, Brenda Marshall of Grand Rivers; 11 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; and several great-great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her first husband, Haskell Perrin; her second husband, George Watson; three brothers; and her parents, Marvin and Willie Belt Long. Kuhn Sheila Kuhn, 42, of Kuttawa, died at 9: She was also a recipient and an active participant in organ donations. Russ Davidson and Rev. Burial was at Rolling Hills Cemetery in Eddyville. And, she was a gifted artist whose oil paintings won numerous awards. Memorials may be made to Marion Christian Church W. Survivors include her husband, James E.
Earl LeRoy Shoemake, 83 of Paducah died at 7: Survivors include his wife, Vivian Shoemake of Paducah; five sons, Rev. Robert Shoemake of St. A private burial will be held at a later date. She was a member of Sullivan Baptist Church. Burial will be at White Oak Cemetery. She is survived by her husband, Howard W. She was preceded in death by her parents, Audrey and Fanny Campbell Brown, and an infant sister.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Arthritis Foundation, P. Box , Atlanta, GA Carver, 79, of Hampton died April 11, at Burna. He attended Hampton United Methodist Church. Burial was at Slaughters Cemetery.
Robinson Tommy Robinson, 59, of Hampton died at 8: He was preceded in death by his father, Joe Frank Robinson. Vanhooser William Bill Vanhooser, 84, of Evansville died at 1: Vanhooser was born in Henshaw, served in the U. Vanhooser of Evansville; one grandson, Stephen D. He was preceded in death by his parents, Ruth Robertson and Henry J. Vanhooser, and by a sister, Anita. Memorial contributions may be made to Bethel United Church of Christ.
Burial was at Hebron Cemetery in Lyon County. Knight died at 8: Thomas Hospital in Nashville, Tenn. He was Caldwell County judge-executive for 14 years and served on several county and state boards. He was past exalted ruler of the Elks Lodge. He was preceded in death by one son, Jerry Knight, and one sister. The building is a concrete hint to the magic of imagination that lies within us all, just waiting for a chance to hatch out and become real just like the Mother Goose.
For years it has been rumored that there are rocks inside the Mother Goose house from every state. There are rocks from many states and Canada inside, but not from every state.
You really don't appreciate something until you are away from it for awhile. I grew up less than a mile from the Mother Goose. I always thought it was an interesting building, but now I see it for just how special it is.
Just like the beautiful mountains in Southeast Kentucky. I have lived in Los Angeles for fifteen years and I truly love my yearly visit to the mountains of Kentucky. Each visit consists of a drive past the Mother Goose. We got to stop in the Goose for a visit. The lady there is a Stacy, no kin.
She was so nice. I sat and talked to her for a while. She took me through the house. She said her father in law built it. I lived in Hazard as a child but never got to go to the Goose. Thanks so much for this treasure that I will never forget.
So, thank God for 'The Goose' or I wouldn't be here! He said it took tje, 10 days to find all the rocks they needed. They found most of them in the river, and had to swim to the bottom of it to get the rocks. Can anyone else confirm this? I know that the credit has always been given to George Stacy. According to my sister-in-law her dad built the house for George Stacy. The building still fascinates me. She looked at me and said 'I know this place, a cat died there.
The post office near me was in Jeff. My borther still lives in Hazard. His name is Hadward Napier. Yes, it was there. We loved the old Goose. I was taken to see it when I was a teen. My mother talks about her walks to get ice cream from her uncle George Stacy who owned the Mother Goose house.
She and her sisters would walk down 2nd Creek to get ice cream. I grew up seeing a huge color picture of the Mother Goose House in my room when I was a little girl. It has wonderful memories for my mother and I love hearing the stories from her. Some five years back I started a little project to find out how much you can find about a little community on a different continent through the net. There was no reason at all to choose Hazard in Perry County.
It just happened the first small community I found. The project was forgotten for a while now and then but I always seem to come back to it. Through this project I found out about the Mother Goose house and each time I come back to my search about Hazard I look it up again. It is such a quaint little building. If you look at it from a continent away your mind tells you it is rather ridiculous but your feelings say it is such good fun. The man that build it must have had a very bright and happy place somewhere in his mind.
I just plain love it! As a child we lived just down the road from the store. I would walk up to catch the school bus across the street from the Goose. I remember the store when Goldie was there.
Another memory is walking up to the store and sometimes visiting in the 'Mother Goose' for cookies and milk. I still go to Hazard every weeks and I have made sure that my granddaughter has seen this wonderful landmark. She is 4 years old and was as excited about seeing it as I was as a child.
I am so glad that it is still there. My dad's side of the family is from Hazard, so maybe I am related to her some how. I have also heard stories about this house from my grandmother, if you could email me back if you are familiar with any other Cornett's, Thank you!
I still have the little cedar chest my Dad bought for me. Great memories of the Goose. It is really neat. Hope to see it in person one day soon. Lester, Gate City, VA. My mother lived close by and use to walk by it. I also remember being a little nervous when the owner sent me into her 'belly' which served as the owner's office at the time.
The Mother Goose always seemed to be almost alive to me, and I got the papers and exited as quickly as possible. Luckily, my slightly morbid and overactive imagination led me to film school here in San Francisco.
I'll never forget her. I attended school at Defiance and Vicco, went into the Army and later the Air Force where I stayed for the next 22 years. As a child I would pass by the Mother Goose. I remember it as a grocery store. We have been to Hazard twice this year Personally I think the building should be turned into a museum, for all to see and share. I loved to go in and look around at all the shelves and pick out a soda and a candy bar.
I always had my face pressed to the window looking for that familiar shape, hoping that mom wouldn't forget to stop. I was never disappointed. I haven't been back for so many years but I intend to drive by the next time I'm passing through on my way to Vicco and Allock.
The Goose is a landmark and should be preserved for future generations to enjoy as many in the past and present have. The atmosphere is always friendly and warm, not to mention the FOOD. My mother and grandmother said that it has been there ever since they can remember and I hope that she is still standing when my kids are born so they can see something that my family has seen for generations.
We passed it often. It was on our way to town. We lived in Hardburly in the '60's. I always asked them to slow down so I could look at the Goose, of course they seldom did. Monroe Fugate owned it and the market when he was my teacher and principal in high school at M. He was also a friend after school. I really loved the Goose.
We were visiting my grandmother in Bulan. My dad took me and my brother Jim for a ride and we stopped at the Mother Goose. He bought us each a Kit Kat Bar. I guess I was about 4 and my brother was 3. This was about This is so amazing but the building around the goose has changed somewhat since the picture above.
I hope they always keep the Goose here because it really is something to see. My children love to go by there all the time and I always remember going to the Mother Goose restaurant before school every morning years ago so please don't tear it down. Keep the goose alive. I would donate money or what ever to keep its up keep. Every time I rode by the goose I was fascinated by the whole thing. Seems as if it never grew too old to look up and marvel at the giant goose. To this day when I drive past the goose I still have a great appreciation for it.
Sherman Neace owned it at that time and he took the cameraman inside which I had never seen before. The inside is as much if not more astonishing than the outside. The rafters look like the ribs of the goose which amazed me.
It also has a ladder that goes up into the head of the goose. Man, how I would have loved to go inside that thing when I was a kid. Too bad there isn't more creative people like the builders of the goose around because every town needs a landmark like The Mother Goose.
It was a supermarket back then, run by Monroe Fugate. That was the good old days. The moral of this message is I have an old high school buddy Bill Sumner that lived there during my last two years of high school and during that time I stayed several night in the Big Mother Goose! My father 'Fuzz' Barger grew up there and still lives there!
I love my memories of such a great place to grow up - Hazard, Ky! When we would go to visit my great grandmother, I would always say, 'there's the goose. My friends don't believe me when I say I've seen a house shaped like a goose. Every time I come back home to visit, I drive by there and remember my great grandfather. My mom was not so happy as dad would get some spirits at a store close by.
We loved to see the Goose and dad loved his package. He could really play the guitar. He had a gift. Some of my favorite memories are of the times when he and my brother Jr. My Dad played music at the Colonial Club. I used to visit the every summer and remember the Goose so much. Seeing it on the net really brings back old memories.
I still recall Goldie Thanks for the memories Mother Goose. We lived on lost creek from 72 to Every time I get a chance to come back to Hazard.
I make sure I go see the Goose. Reminds me of all the great times with my Grandma. The Goose was my place to get pickled bologna to bring home when we visited every year. Will never forget the place. I loved to eat at the restaurant and hang out with my friends, Mike Gay and Jeff Strong. I also like the egg shaped windows. This guy really knows his stuff. On a Sunday drive, we would make my Dad pull over so we could look at the Goose.
My family has endured much sadness and loss, the years have been tough, but the Goose still stands. Every time I go by it I can see my family through the eyes and wonder of a small child. I can hear the voices of my family and like many others memories fill my heart and mind. I have had the joy of bringing my own sons to see this wonder from a wonderful place. I remember the pretty lady, Ollie, whom I called 'My Lady. It is one of my special childhood memories -- one that I related to my children as they grew up in Ohio.
I must say I was most embarrassed at the condition of the lower building. It was very much in need of some repair and some cleaning up. It was very dirty around the exterior of the building as well as the building itself. I remember the Goose well as we'd always pass it going through the little town of Jeff, on the way to Hazard, which was not mentioned in the article.
This may be because it is a little place on the outskirts of Hazard. Eli Brashear was a distant cousin of mine. A friend shared this story with me and I was amazed that Oprah had mentioned it on her show but glad that its history is being shared with others.
It definitely is a historic landmark in Hazard. What I great time I had seeing it and Hazard in general. It makes me miss her and Hazard every time I see it. I make it down to Hazard 3 or 4 times a year to visit friends and to visit my grandparents' graves at Riverside Cemetery and I always have to go visit the Mother Goose every time! I hope they never tear it down!
Her parents, Zeke and Mae Smith, owners of Smith Maytag, were the first to live in the Goose house after it was completed. My uncle would turn the eye lights on for us. It is a landmark for Hazard. I lived in Walkertown in the '60's and I enjoyed that area very much.
My friend, Thad Duffs' family owned a carryout by the goose. We used to visit often. I really miss it and someday hope to return to my old roots in eastern Kentucky. We use to pass the Mother Goose daily going to and from school. The story about the Mother Goose makes me homesick for Hazard. I made a video of it and showed a lot of people.
We all got a good laugh out of it. Being from Western Kentucky and being married to a lady from Leatherwood, its great to go to the other side of the state and enjoy the different culture that eastern Kentucky has. I always look forward to our trip there each summer. The folks in eastern Kentucky are some of the worlds finest I have often told my family of the Goose winking at me.
Needless to say here is proof that it did indeed wink. Now they won't think I am ready for the white straight jacket.
This has just made my day. What a wonderful memory. Thanks for keeping this memory alive! Late at night you could see the eyes and how they lit up. Truly this is a lifetime memory for me and though I don't live there anymore, when I pass by the 'Goose' I am reminded of my childhood and the good memories associated. After school on Friday at Walkertown Primary we would go down to get candy.
I never forget the memories.
Search the world's information, including webpages, images, videos and more. Google has many special features to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Authors who have published a huge number of stories on the Nifty Archive. The Mother Goose building in Hazard is a monument that should remind us of George Stacy's imagination and creative genius. Stacy started working on the house in