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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper January 16, 2014 - 3 OBITUARIES MOTHYYCYTON ton, 52 passed away unexpectedly at his home Wednesday Janu- ary 8,2014. Tim was an avid outdoorsman and accomplished Flint Knapper. He was born in Dayton, Ohio April 12, 1961 and was pre- ceded in death by his father Van Young Clay- ton in 2009. He worked as a laborer with a con- struction company. Surviving is his mother, Marjorie Den- nis Clayton of French- burg, Ky. One sister, Deborah Lynn & Mike Browning of Abingdon, VA. Two brothers, Van Jeffrey & Darlene Clay- ton of Frenchburg, Ky. Michael Wayne Clayton of Jeffersonville, Ky. Special niece, Court- nie Nicole Clayton and nephew, Leonard Jef- frey & Melanie Clayton and great-nephew, Ja- cob Dylan Clayton all of Frenchburg, Ky. Graveside services were at 12 NOON, Saturday, January 11, 2014 at Bashford Cem- etery, Frenchburg, Ky and Bro. James Fultz officiated. Menifee Home For Funerals, Frenchburg, Ky in care of arrangements. LOUISE RAZOR WATKINS Mrs. Louise Razor Watkins, 76, of Salt Lick, KY, passed away Wednesday January 8, 2014 at Ridgeway Nurs- ing And Rehabilitation Facility in Owingsville, KY. Born March 13, 1937 the Salt Lick Freewill Baptist Church. Survivors include her daughter, Marla Lew- is and husband Rick of Owingsville, KY, 2 grandsons, Ricky Lewis and wife Brittany of Mt. Sterling, KY and Dal- ton Lewis of Owings- ville, KY, 1 sister, Sha- ron Hegyi and husband Mike of Sharpsburg, KY. Several nieces and nephews also survive. In addition to her par- ents and husband, she was preceded in death by a sister, Fredia Vice and 2 brothers, Buddy Razor and Jerry Keller. Funeral services were conducted Satur- day January 11, 2013 in Bath County, KY, she at 11:00 AM at Pow- ell Funeral Home in , was the daughter of th ........... as Lacy .and -- ,, .... r .u nay ianas ornmawmg Grace Warner Razor and the widow of the Burial followed in the late Tommy Watkins. Watkins Family Ceme- Mrs. Watkins attended tery in Morgan Co., KY. THOMAS SCOTr WILLIAMS liams, 84, beloved hus- band of Eunice Johnson Williams, went home to be with the Lord on Jan. 11, 2014. Born in Bath Co., KY, he was the son of the late Ray- mond and Lucille Wil- liams. He was a veter- an of the US Air Force, member of Gardenside Christian Church, and a retiree of IBM. In addition to his wife, Eunice of 64 years, he is survived by a son, Steven (Marsha) Wil- liams; daughter, Janie (Dennis) Truesdell; and grandchildren, Whit- ney Williams, Brad (Karla) Williams, Matt Truesdell, and Kaylee Truesdell. Visitation was held Tuesday, 1 PM, Garden- side Christian Church (940 Holly Springs Dr.) followed by a funeral at 2 PM. Entombment was at Blue Grass Memorial Gardens. Memorials in lieu of flowers may be made to Gardenside Christian Church, Hos- pice of the Bluegrass, or Sayre Christian Vil- lage. www.milwardfu- neral.com. r., age 64, of Eddyville, KY died Thursday, January 9 at his home following a short illness. He was a retired diesel mechanic in the construction in- dustry. He is survived by two sons, Kalvin Hunter and James Hunter, both of Eddyville, KY; one daughter, Karen How- ard & husband, Les, Maynardville, KY; four grandchildren, Klarissa Smitty, Kassie Hipsher, Johnie Lee Jacob Hunt- JOHNIE HUNTER, JR. er, and Ashley Scott; six great grandchildren, Austin Shannon, Kary- san Hipsher, Landen Scott, Lindzee Scott, Liam Smitty and Kallie Hipsher; three brothers, George Hunter and Bill Hunter, both of French- burg, KY and Bobby K. Hunter, Springboro, OH; three sisters, Joyce Fra- zier and Carolyn Craig, both of Frenchburg, KY and Deloris Hunter of Ohio, and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Doro- thy Hudson Hunter; his parents, Johnie Hunter, Sr. and Gussie Walters Hunter; one son, Jerome Hunter and two brothers, Jim Hunter and Bobby J. Hunter. A memorial service was held at 1 PM, Monday, January 13, 2014 at the Taul Funeral Home in Mt. Sterling. CHARLES T. LYKES a farmer and widower of Alice Young Lykes. He is survived by one daughter, Kim Lykes and a special little dog Bootsie. In addition to his par- ents, he was preceded in death by his wife Al- ice Young Likes and one brother Theodore Lykes. I Funeral services were ]' at 1 PM, Friday at the I ; 75, Ritchie Hunt Funeral | of Alcar Road, Owings- Home with Rev. Rich- I ville, Kentucky passed ard Engle officiating and [ away Wednesday, Janu- burial followed in the [ ary 8, 2014, He was born Owingsviile Cemetery. I in Bath County on April Ritchie Hunt Funeral I 28, 1938, th e son of the Home was in charge of I late Irvin Lykes and arrangements www.rich- I Lela Thompson. He was iehuntfuneralhome.com" [ ! DORSIE CIARENCE JENNINGS I I Dorsie Clarence Jen- Northcutt & Son Home I nings age f:::Ol..- for Funerals'in More: I pia, former7"0( More '- head: :''' :'""-: ...........  ....... | head, husband of the late Leona Riddle Jennings, passed away Saturday in Olympia. Funeral arrangements for Dorsie Clarence Jen- nings are pending at Send obituar- ies to tammy@ kynewsgroup. com Jacky Smith Watson for Bath County Valuation Administrator PEOPLES BANK You'll Like Banking With Us Serving Bath, Fleming, and Mason Counties 606.674.2801 www.pbfco.com [00-f]Actlve in Bath County Community  involved in and supportive of many community organizations Experienced Business person - 29 years in banking Knowledgeable about property and agricultural issues Paid for by Jacky Smith Watson CHRISTINE HALL BECRAFT Christine Hall Becraft, widow of Oliver Stanley "Jack" Becraft and Ros- coe Neal, of Jeffereson- ville, passed away Tues- day, January 7, 2014. She was an 80 year old native of Frenchburg, daugh- ter of the late Paul and Thelma Amburgey Hall, a former employee of Tro- jan Manufacturing, and a member of the Church of God. She is survived by 3 daughters, Debbie Neal and Willa Dean Hale, both of Jeffersonville and Rhodema Daughterty of Menifee County, a son, Roscoe Wayne Neal of Owingsville, 4 grandchil- dren, 7 great-grandchil- dren, and 4 sisters, Imo- gene Skidmore, Priscilla Daugherty, and Ramona Ballard, all of Menifee County and Lavenna Goodpaster of Bath County, She was preced- ed in death by 2 brothers, Hargus and David Hall. Her funeral was at 11:00 Friday, January 10, 2014, at Herald & Stew- art Home for Funerals, brother Larry Williams presided, with burial at Fagan Cemetery. B. A. Franklin for Jailer [ I would like to announce that I am seeking the nomination[ for Bath County Jailer in the May 2014 Primary Election. I I feel that my 20 years of experience at the Eastern Kentucky] 1/![, Correctional Complex in [ , | I West Liberty tully quali- I ' ] ties me for the office of I County Jailer. Thank you ) for your support. 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