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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper February Z, Z0ZZ- 3 OBITUARIES NORA DANIELS MOORE CURTIS OVA BLANKENSHIP TIM STONE ? Nora Daniels Moore, age 95, of Eaton, Ohio, died Thursday, January 26, 2012 at Grandview Hospital in Dayton, Ohio. Nora was born on Octo- ber 25, 1916 in Salt Lick, Bath County, Kentucky, daughter of the late Thom- as Arthur & Ethel (Mynhi- or) Daniels. Nora attend- ed Morehead State Col- lege in Morehead, Ken- tucky and graduated in 1968 from Miami Universi- ty in Oxford, Ohio. In 1976 she retired from Camden Elementary School where she taught for 34 years. Nora was a member of thePreble County Retired Teachers Association; the Ohio Educators Associa- tion; the National Teach- ers Association and The United Church of Christ in Eaton. In addition to her par- ents Nora was preceded in death by her husband of 53 years, Clifford Moore; grandson, Daniel Clifford Moore; brothers, Frank, Chester, Howard & Leslie Daniels; sisters, Lillie Dan- iels, Ella Adair, Willa Kate Daniels, Aletha Wills, E1- va McCarty & Christine Swopes. She is survived by her sons & daughters-in-law, Daniel A. & Connie Moore ole Moore both of Eaton; daughter & son-in-law, Hnda Sue & Arlie Kirk- patrick of Amherst, New York; 10 grandchildren; 21 great grandchildren and 10 great great grand- children; nieces, neph- ews, cousins and a host of friends and students. Funeral Service were held Tuesday, January 31, at The Church of Christ, 725 US Rt. 35 W., Eaton, Ohio 45320 with Minis- ter Paul Nichols officiat- ing. Interment was at Pre- ble Memory Gardens near West Alexandria, Ohio. Memorial contribu- tions may be made to The Church of Christ, 725 US Rt. 35 W., Eaton, Ohio 45320. Online condolenc- es may be sent to www. barnesfuneralhome.com. DARRELL G. BRYANT Darrell G. Bryant, 57, of Forrest Dr., Sharpsburg, Kentucky passed away Fri- day, January 27, 2012 at the St Joseph-Mt. Sterling Hospital. He was born in Mont- gomery County, Ohio, on July 3, 1954, the son of the late Glendon and Bernice Agee Bryant. He was a tool and die engineer for Central Motor Wheel of America. ews. Funeral services were Sunday, January 29, at the Mr. Curtis Ova Blan- kenship, age 86 of French- burg, Kentucky passed away Wednesday, Janu- ary 25, 2012 at his home after an extended illness. He was born April 2, 1925 in West Liberty, Kentucky; son of Newt Blankenship and Minnie Wagers Blan- kenship. He worked and retired from General Mo- tors in Norwood, Ohio af- ter 34 years.He was a mem- ber of the First Church of God in Frenchburg, KY and WW II Army Veteran. He was preceded in death by his Parents, a Son, Clyde D. Blanken- ship and 1 Granddaughter, Rhonda Abrams. He is survived by his Wife, Deloris Jean Thom- as Blankenship of French- burg, 4 Daughters; Bet- ty (Tim) Morrison of Be- attyville, KY, Diane (Tim) Abrams of Berea, KY, Deb- hie Williams ot French- burg, Joy (Von) Mullins of Frenchburg, Ix'Y, Six Sons, Mack Bolan of Austin, Texas, Ray (Patty) Blan- kenship of New Castle, In- diana, Darryl Blankenship of New Miami, Ohio, Mike (Katie) Blankenship of Peebles, Ohio, Denzil (Ar- lene) Back of Frenchburg, KY and Donald (Nancy) Back of Frenchburg. Also 49 Grandchildren, 24 Great Grandchildren and 5 Great-Great-Grand- children. Funeral Services were conducted Sunday, Janu- ary 29, 2012 at Menifee Home For Funerals Cha- pel with Rev. Roger Wells Officiating. Burial fol- lowed in the Mack Ceme- tery in Frenchburg, KY. Military Graveside Rites were conducted by Mop gan County D_A_V Chap- ter #132. Honorary Pall- bearers: Lowell Williams, Sammy Lawson, Roy Dale, Wylm, Darrell Bak- er, Todd Trimble and Don McNabb. Active Pallbear- ers: Scot Williams, Jamie Williams, Kendall Back, Kelly Tufano, Curt Led- ford & Jason Gomez. Menifee Home For Fu- nerals was both Honored & Privileged to be En- trusted with all Funeral Arrangements of Mr. Cur- tis Ova Blankenship. Tim Stone, 56, former- ly of Owingsville, passed away early Sunday Janu- ary 22, 2012 at his home in Sanders, Ky, after a brief illness. He is survived by his wife, Joanna Stone, his daughter Chrystal Stone, his son Timothy David Stone, and his two grand- sons Gage and Brayden Stone. Aim his mother, Ada and his sisters Charlotte Manley and her husband David, and Gayle SmaU of Owingsville. He was , so survived by a spiaI friend Wendell lilevtBs. He was preceeded in death by his father, B.B. Stone. Born on August 14, 1955, Tim was a self- made man in every way. He worked his way up the and became an In: dustrial Engineer through hard 'work  taleat 00o00,:He h00L= eTxep-- a, very:.4goo4  from the : "old hoolY. :e ,. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated and his ashes spread on the Blue Ridge Parkway.  r BILLY RAY LYKES Bray Ray 75, of Owingsville, passed away Sunday, January 29. He was theon of the late Gordon Lykes and Ruth Stewart Lykes, and he was retired from Rock- well International and a member of the Midland First Church of God. Lykes is survived by two sons, Danny Ray (Ann) Lykes of Olympia, and Jeff (Kathy) Lykes of Salt Li- sa Lykes of Owingsville; a brother, Darrell Lykes ot See Lykes page 10 JAMES EDWARD SMITH Jmnes Edgar Smith, lina Potter. 91, of Preston Road, Ow- Funeral services Febru- ingsville, KY passed away 1 PM, Friday, Tuesday, January 31, 2012 at a relative's home. He was born in Morgan Coun- ty, Kentucky on April 5, 1920 the son of the late Boyd and Dessie Cantrell Smith. He was a retired farmer and Ratliff Stock- yards employee and a member of the Peeled Oak Christian Church. He is survived by his son, Russell Smith of Bath County, KY; two daugh- ters, Joyce McCloud of ' of Mason County "Since 1879" Homeowners Farm Properties Mobile Homes Commerical Buildings Churches Call your local County Director for services Lonnie Vice -- (606) 674-2734 ary 3, 2012 at the Peeled Oak Christian Church with Rev. Charles "Ham- mer" McGuire officiat- ing and burial following in the Machpelah Cemetery. Friends may visit at the Taul Funeral Home Thurs- day evening from 5-9 PM. Pallbearers will be Brooks Jones, Tommy Stevens, Dewayne Welch, Allen Welch, Mitchell Thomp- son, Phillip Ratliff, Bryce Ratliff and Josh Ratliff. ig survivel 1 ibis Taul Funeral Home Cha- He Peggy Tap t il th Rev. Roy Stacy of- wife, of Sharpsburg, KY; three sons, Richard Joseph Bry- ant of Sharpsburg, Daniel Wayne Bryant of Sharps- burg and Randall Clay (Tara) Bryant of Owings- ville, KY; three sisters, De- lon (Rick) Rhim of Huber Heights, OH, Denise Tapp and Diane (Charlie) Pur- vis both of Mt Sterling, KY; a very special moth- er in law, Myrtle Tapp; and several nieces and neph- HOWARD STU. LL Howard Stull, husband of Betty June Lyons Stull, passed away Wednesday, January 25, 2012. He was a 90 year old na- tive of Bath County, son of the late Marshall and Lula Hart Stull, an Army veter- an of WWII, a farmer and a member of the Christian faith and American Legion Post #22. In addition to his wife, he is survived by a step- son, Jim (Carolyn) Jones of Lexington, 2 grand- children, Deanda (Thom- as) Stakelin of Nicholas- ville and Chadwick Jones of Knoxville, Tennessee, and a great-grandchild, Brayden Stakelin of Nicho- lasville. His funeral was held at Herald & Stewart Home for Funerals in Mt. Ster- ling with burial in Crown Hill Cemetery. Subscribe to the News Outlook Call 674-9994 for assistance Menifee County and Lo- is (Floyd) Perkins of Bath ficiating. Burialfollpw_ed ...... C0un,_K)f; one sister, in the Crown Hill Ceme- Della Rafliff of Mt. Ster- tory. ling; a nephew, Phillip Pallbearers were Ricky (Tonya) Ratliff of Mt. Ster- Roe, Ricky Lloyd, Cody ling; one grandchild, Ce- lesta Welch and one great Purvis, Brad Short, Rick grandchild, Tessia Welch; Rihm and Tony Tapp. several other nieces and Honorary pallbearers nephews also survive. were Earl "Red" Tapp, In addition to his par- Wayne Short, Bobby Lee ents, he was preceded in Short, Bill Tapp, Leroy death by one brother, Ver- Tapp, and Nick Norris. nie Smith and two sisters, Merlie Alice Smith and Ce-. "1 Long-Term Care Insurance Support far beyond money t  amv memtrs  the emotional, 3 !y$e,M e,d fi rcl-al cots of c, sdng for a ved one over an xec:od i o! tme. Ou long-term Cars insotence c'" eO srt regvtS  etm"ll[irl the gu='k a trviig cre choices  pnrng service during a Ootvii stressful time in vor  you family's |ire rk G  New York Life Insurar, ce ComlrCy Agent. Fred o,: i gem re- insmrCe S fight for Ou Theft of-  k,a,eie n exlrience tO tlp prot reirerent it:come, srarg of tving a q[tW Of ide t0 yOU ar g u love. John Nathan "Hate" Allison " Agent New York Life Insurance Company 220 Lexington Green Circle Suite 200 Lexington, KY 40503 Tel. 859 272 9500 ext. 580 CeL 859 473 5116 Fax 859 271 0055 jnallison@ft.newyorklife.com The Company You Keep Honorary pallbearers will Bath, Menifee, Montgomery and Clark Counties be Brandon Johnson, Matt 1718 U.S. 68 South, Maysville (606) 759-5252 .ll._fli!f and Erica Ratliff. " i i i .......... .............. I IIIII I ................ 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