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News Outlook January 21, 2021 3 OBITUARIES DONNY JOHNSON TOY Donny Johnson Toy, age 83, died at home in Sharpsburg, KY on Janu- ary 11th, 2021 with his lov- ing family by his side and in the care of his hospice team. Donny was born in Mt. Sterling, KY on July 20th, 1937. He is survived by his wife of almost 51 years, Sandra Toy; two brothers Ronnie Dunnigan (Becky) of Lexington, KY and Rudy Dunnigan (Char- lotte) of Georgetown, KY; one sister Bonnie Harmon (Ewell) of Louisville, KY; five children Doug Toy (Pam) of Owingsville, KY, Barry Toy (Jill) of Owings- ville, Malinda Munday (Robin) of Mt. Sterling, KY, Fran Toy (Johanna) of Lexington, KY, and Shaw- na Toy of Nashville, TN. In addition to his children, Donny is survived by 6 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Donny was preceded by his parents Harrison Toy and Sara Staton Lovejoy. Donny at- tended Owingsville High School in Owingsville, After graduating, Donny worked as an Engineering Materials Specialist at The Kentucky Department of Transportation in Flem- ingsburg, for 32 years, retiring in 1993. Donny is a member of Sharpsburg Christian Church where he and his family attended for many years. Donny John- son Toy was an avid sports fan and enjoyed following the Yankees and Boys and Girls Kentucky High School Basketball. Travel- ing and spending time with family was another love of Donny’s as he and his fam- ily made an annual trip to Aruba. Donny also made an annual trip to the Ken- tucky State High School Boys Basketball Tourna— ment and held an impres- sive record of attending for 55 years in a row. Donny adored his fam- ily and the memories they made through the years in Aruba, dining with friends at his favorite restaurant, Merrick Inn, or simply watching Kentucky ‘High School basketball games. Donny will always be re- membered by those that he touched and will always be known as the familiar face in the Kentucky High School Basketball Arena. A special thanks goes to St. Claire Hospice with an additional thank you to Rosie McDonald and Helen Bowles that took tremendous care of Donny at his home during this dif- ficult time. Private family memorial service was held Friday, January 15, 2021 at the Sharpsburg Chris— tian Church at 1:00PM. Interment followed at the Crown Cemetery across the street from Sharps- burg Christian Church and was open to the public. All social distancing rules will apply, and the family asks that all people in at- tendance wear a mask. In- lieu of flowers, the family requests donations can be made to Sharpsburg Chris- tian Church, PO. Box 117, Sharpsburg, Kentucky 40374 and/ or St. Claire Hospice, 222 Medical Cir- cle, Morehead, Kentucky 40351. Public Notice In accordance with KRS 424 of the Kentucky Revised Statutes, this is to advise that the financial records and supporting documents of the Bath. County Water District may be examinede thegublicatztghurcmsueet 1 SAMUEL PRESTON AMOS Samuel Preston Amos, 35,‘ of Frenchburg, died Sunday, January 10, 2021. He was born in Winter Park Florida on Septem- ber 28, 1985 to Jimmy and Cathy Lawson Amos. Preston was a lifelong resident of Menifee County and was of the Christian faith. Preston wasahandy- man and carpenter. He enjoyed; being at the lake, swimming and fishing, four-wheeling, mudding and nascar races. He will be dearly missed by his family and friends. Preston is survived by his mother; Cathy Lawson Amos of Frenchburg; two daughters; Ada Amos of Wellington and Victoria Kennedy of Mohave Val- ley, Arizona; one brother; Jeff Amos of Sharpsburg; three sisters; Cindy Amos of Georgia, Paula Johnson (Eddie) of Frenchburg and Raven Allen of Indiana. Preston Was preceded in death by his father; Jimmy D. Amos and one brother Robert Amos. Private Visitation will be Monday, January 18, 2021 from 1:00PM 2:00PM at Coffman Funeral Home and Crematory at 315 South Queen Street, Mt, Sterling, Kentucky. Com- mittal will follow at Barker Cemetery in Menifee County. Pastor David Hale will be officiating. In lieu of flowers the fam- ily request that donations be made to Cathy Amos for the Samuel Preston Amos Funeral Fund. Donations may be mailed to Cathy Amos, 686 Dog Trot Road, Frenchburg, Kentucky 40322. Guestbook at: www.coff- manfuneral.com Arrangements under the direct care of Coffman Fu- neral Home & Crematory. Correction tails of the ordinance and mOVing from LancaSter’ In last week’s News— Outlook, it was incorrectly reported that Dallas Whis- man, Bath County alcohol beverage control officer, had assured Salt Lick City Council members that the county’s alcohol control or— dinance did not allow bars in the county. Whisman said at the meeting that he did not think the ordinance allowed bars in the county get back with them. Whis- man added that, since that time, he has learned that the ordinance could theo— EARL T. BENNETT Earl T. Bennett, age 84, of Owingsville, passed away on January 15 af— ter a brief illness. He was born on April 18, 1936 in Bath County to the late Johnson Bennett and Lillie Crouch Bennett. Earl was a farmer and a carpenter. He loved to work with his hands, enjoyed the out- doors and going hunting. 7 He was a simple man that loved his family and spend- ing time with them. Earl will be missed greatly by his family and friends. His memory will live on forever in the hearts of those that love him. He is survived by his loving wife of 57 years, Margaret Bashford Ben— nett; one son, Billy Bennett (Donita); one brother, Wil- lie Iacy Bennett (Bonnie); one sister, Ina Manley; two grandchildren, Josh Ben-_. nett (Shelby) and Makayla' Bennett; one great grandw, daughter, Ava] ane Bennett. a In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death. by two children, Linda Gail and Bobby Thomas Ben- nett. Visitation was held on .Monday, January 18 from, 10:00 am. until 12:00 pm. at the Richardson Funeral: Home with funeral services. beginning at 12:00 pm. in the chapel. Burial followed in the Longview Cemetery} in Bethe], KY. ' g; Reverend Jim Crouch officiated. Covid 19 reg—:- lations will be followed. Richardson Funeral Home‘ is caring for all arrange-7 ments. ‘ ROBERT “BOBBY” DEAN REYNOLDS Robert “Bobby” Dean Reynolds, 79, of ‘ Win- chester, died Saturday, January 9, 2021- at his residence. He was born in Kenton County on Feb- ruary 16, 1941 to the late William “Bub” Reynolds and Evelyn “Jerri” Barnett Lyons. Bobby lived in Win- chester for eleven years, Ohio. He was of the Chris- tian faith and was a mem- ber of Unity Faith Church in Menifee County. He was a graduate of Menifee retically allow for a bar to County High School, class 13611003thintheCOllflthut of 1959. He was a United his office allows him to re- states Navy Veteran, Bob. voke or suspend anyone’s by was very handy and license that has recurring crafty, he enjoyed; fishing problems or complaints. indude fiShiflg trips to The News-Outlook apolo- gizes for this error‘and any Canada, mushroom hunt- ing, visiting craft fairs and hadlaloszeiqrannnal. T. .,; his wife; Viola Faye Raw]; ins Reynolds; three sons“: Robert “Bob” Reynolds, Jr.» (Maria) of Brooklyn, Con: necticut, Mike Reynolds; (Terry) of New Boston; New Hampshire, Scott" Reynolds of Winchester: one daughter; Karerr Coderre (Ed) of Thomp-. son, Connecticut; six: grandchildren; two broth! ers; Edward Reynolds of Trenton, Ohio and Billy; Reynolds of Trenton, Ohio; three sisters; Shelia Clark of Middletown, Ohio, Bren; , da Harrison of Middletown; Ohio and Cathy Brirner of; Middletown, Ohio; step, father; Paul Lyons of G03; hen, Ohio . :- In addition to his parents; Bobby was preceded it; death by one sister J ackid Isaacs. . " Lean Litfl<1~Kentucky 4oariwgafifiggre§urarpiatnss§neuusz ; . Th gag. ...,_t j liut‘fiold‘ council members -' misunderstandingf'fjit‘I’may he would look into the de— ‘ V_ g .mflbedeafiymisswby his have caused. fanfily and friends, ‘ "Réyfiis‘lds at “a later date, - Published in the Bath county News Outlook on 01.21.21 Bobby is survived by . 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