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LUITIE MARIE WELLS BRISTOW 2007 and one great-grand- daughter, Mackenna Kro- nenberger, in 2017. Lottie is survived by daughters, Anita F. (James) Gordon, of Owingsville, Ky. and T reva D. (Brett) Phillips, of Day- ton, Ohio. She is also sur- vived by 4 grandchildren, I . Shauna (John) Davis, Rob- Lottie Marie Wells Bris- tow, 88, of Beavercreek, Ohio formerly of Owings- ville, passed away Thurs- day December 3, 2020, at the Trinity Care Facility. iottie was born on Novem- ber in Owingsville, Ky. to the late John T. Wells and Amy (Purvis)" Wells. iiittie was a member of the Park Layne First Church of tied in Medway, Ohio. In :uidition to her parents, Lot- :ie was preceded in death by her husband of 54 years, William Andrew Bristow in ert (Amy) Kronenberger, Andrew (I‘ina) Phillips and (Kyle) Jessica Phillips. She is also survived by 11 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great granddaughter; siblings and many nieces and nephews. Private fami- ly services were conducted Monday, December 7, 2020 in the chapel of the Michael R. Gray Funeral Home with Pastor Lowell Rice officiat- ing. Burial was in the Ow- ingsville Cemetery. The Michael R Gray Funeral Home in Owingsvillecared for all arrangements. To view the online memorial and sign the guest book, please visit www.mrgfh. com. DOROTHY DAILEY SHIELDS w i i ! Eirirothy Dailey Shields, Teerling. She was born or; asccember in Bath County, Kentucky, to the late John D. Dailey Mollie D. Jackson Dai- ley. Dorothy had worked Cowden Manufacturing and then she worked at Ridgeway Nursing Home until she retired and where. she later became a resi— dent. She enjoyed cooking, watching W.L.J.C, spend- ing time with her beloved family and she loved her sweet K-9 companion, ‘iiackie. Besides her par- 21 tiii’fi, she was preceded in death by her husband, Carl Estill Shields, one son, Freddie Irvin Shields, three daughters, Katie Lou T incher, J uelda Rae Shields and Nancy Thomas, two brothers, Omar C. Dailey and Sammie Dailey and two sisters, Ruby Gibson and Louise Dailey. Sur— vivors include her three sons, Andrew (“Bubby”) Shields, Wayne Allen Shields and Billy Shields all of Bethel, one daughter, Peggy Shields of Olympia, two sisters, Mary Fox of Indiana and Eveline Work— man of Sharpsburg, nine grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren. Pri- vate graveside services and burial were conducted Tuesday, December 15, at the Longview Cem- etery in Bethel, Pallbear- ers were Jeremy Shields, Tyler Shields, Phillip Shields, Brian Thomas, Brian' 'Thoma's‘fl,” Dustin Thomas, Cody House and Ben Crouch. The Michael R. Gray Funeral Home in Owingsville cared for all arrangements. To view the online memorial and sign the guest book, please visit www.mrgflmom. Your Hometown Newspaper COMMUNITY MARY KATHRYN MCQUINN BAILEY Kathryn Mc- Quinn Bailey of Welling- ton, KY, passed away on Wednesday,December Mary in the Ridgeway Nursing Home, Owingsville, KY, after an extended ness at the age of years, 8 months and 26 days old. She was born March 14,1937 in West Liberty, KY to Snow McQuinn and Nila Blair Back. She was a member of the Korea Church of God, Wellington, KY. She had worked for St.Claire Medical Center Morhead,Ky in the housekeeping department. She was an Honorary KY Colonel. Surviving are two daughters, Rose Crawford of Ohio and Sharon Conk— ' right of Lexington, KY. Sev- eral grandchildren, several great-grandchildren, several great-great-grandchildren. Two sisters; Garnet Good- paster of Wellington,KY, and Brenda Dicken of North Port,FL. Four brothers: Foy Back and Shirl Back both of North Port,FL., Denzil Back of Wellington,KY, and Rick Back of Means,KY. She was preceded in death by her parents, Snow McQuinn and Nila Blair Back. Her husband Lloyd Bailey. Three brothers, Merle, Randy and Redgey Back. Privates services will be 2:30pm,Friday,December at Menifee Home For Funerals with Bro. Foy Back and Bro. David Hale of- ficiating. Interment in Back Cemetery, Wellington,KY. Pallbearers will be friends relatives. Menifee Home For Funerals,Frenchburg, KY, with Randy Halsey, Fu- neral Director. COVID-19 new mandate/ regulations will be followed as set forth by Governor Beshear and the CDC. The family request that visitors respect their de- sire to keep everyone safe by practicing social distancing guidelines and to wear a face covering of some sort. MARIE OAKLEY Marie Oakley, age 86, of Owingsville, made heaven her home on December 23, She was born in Menifee County, to the late Roscoe and Lona Donathan Proffitt. Ma- rie was a faithful member of the Mudlick First Church Of God, and a founding member of the Ore Mines Church. She loved to sing, work crossword puzzles, and gardening in her flowers-“Marie lived a simple life, worked hard and loved to be around people. Talking on the telephone was one of her favorite things to do, as well as being outside with her chickens. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ver- non Oakley, two daughters; Roberta Moore and Charletta Oakley. one brother, Raymond Proffitt, and two sisters; Jewell Withrow and Barbara Proffitt. Marie is survived by her chil- dren, David Oakley (Debbie) Carolyn Gilven (Glen) and Sandy Hurst. one sister, Phyl- lis Carpenter. Also surviving are her grandchildren; Randy Gilven, Brian Gilven, Brad Oakley, Daniel Hurst, Charles Hurst and Dustin Hurst. Sev- en great—grandchildren, and a special cousin, Louise Do- nathan also survive. Funeral services were held 11 am. Tuesday, December I in the chapel of The Richard- son Funeral Home, with the Reverend Mark Caldwell, and The Reverend Lowell Rice of- ficiating. Burial followed in the Owingsville Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers; Brad Oakley, Randy Gilven, Brian Gilven, Dustin Hurst, Charles Hurst, and John Donathan. Honorary pallbearers; Mike Amburgey, Ronnie Robinson, Jamie Cline and Junior Bai— ley. Visitation was held from 6 pm. to 8 pm. Monday, De— cember 28, at The Rich— ardson Funeral Home. The Richardson Funeral Home is caring for all arrangments for Mrs. Marie Oakley. News Outlook PALMER “JAYBIRD” CROUCH Palmer “J aybird” Crouch, age‘ 89, passed away De- cember 26, after an extended illness. He was born on March in Bath County to the late Curn Crouch and Leonna Davis Crouch. Jaybird was the Bath County J ailer for years. He loved serving his community and took pride in his position. J aybird was the caretaker for the Owings- ville Cemetery for years, Longview Cemetery for 5 years and drove a school bus in Bath County for 9 years. He loved to play cards, watch westerns and play pranks on people. Jaybird loved to socialize and have a good chew of tobacco. He loved the ladies at the Bath County Circuit Clerk’s office and would visit them often, even after retiring. Jaybird was a member of the North- side Church of God, where he attended every Sunday. Spending time with his fam- he cherished and looked for— ward to. He was a kind man with a good heart and would help othersas much as he could. J aybird will be missed by his family, his friends and his community. May we all cherish the memories we have of him and continue to share the stories as he would want us to. He is sur- vived by his loving wife, Estil Bashford Crouch; two sons, Norman (Dee Dee) Crouch and Iarry Russell Crouch; a daughter in law Edwina Crouch; two daughters,.Car- rie Lynn (Jeff) Routt and Mary Ann (Tommy) Butch- er", ten grandchildren, Sher- ry Denton, Thomas Butcher Jr., William Keith Crouch, Casey (Amber) Crouch, Whitney (Will) McCormick, Kelly Routt, Kaitlyn Crouch, Madison Crouch, Andrew Crouch and Taylor Crouch; eight great grandchildren. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two sons, William Crouch and Nelson Ray Crouch; six brothers and three sisters. Visitation was held Tues- day, December from to pm. at the Rich- ardson Funeral Home. Fu— neral services were held on Wednesday, December 30 at pm. at the Richardson Funeral Home with burial following in the Carey Cem- etery in Morehead. Rever- end Lowell Rice and Rev- erend Kenny Crouch will be officiating. Richardson fly and grandchildren was Funeral Home will be canng very important to him. Time for all arrangements. ' with them was something ALICE ECKERT JONES Alice Eckert Jones, 78, of ()wingsville, passed away Friday, December 11, at Ridgeway Nursing and Rehabilitation ‘Center in Owingsville. She was born on May 31, in Cincin- nati, Ohio, 3 daughter of the late George Eckert. Mrs. Jones was a retired clerk and a member of the St. Julie Catholic Church in Owingsville. She enjoyed watching television, work- ing, sewing and dogs. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Josh Jones, who passed away in De cember and one sister, Margie Eckert. Survivors include two sons, Jay Jones and his wife, Carol and Nick Jones all of Owings- ville, one brother, George Eckert of Bantom, Ohio and two grandchildren, Jared Jones and Makayla Jones both of Owingsville. Private graveside services and burial were conducted Sunday, December at Little Slate Cemetery with Deacon Bill Grimes officiating. 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