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News Outlook February 04', 2021 3 OBITUARIES ESTILL HUGHES Estill Hughes, age at Menifee Home For Fu- " 84 of Russellville,0hio nerals with Bro. Damon and formerly of Menifee Co,KY,passed away Satur— day. January 30,2021 at his son home after an extend— ed illness. Born September 3,1936 in Pomeroyton,KY to the late Denny Ray Hughes and Ada Evadna Denniston Hughes. He was a retired farmer. Be- sides his parents, he was preceded in death by two brothers Carl and Cletis Hughes and sister Edith Arnett. Surviving is his son Slade Fetters and brother Kenneth Hughes both of Russellville, Ohio. Funeral services were at 1:00pm, Tuesday, February 2,2021 Byrd officiating. Burial followed in the Denniston Cemetery, Wellington,KY. Pallbearers were friends. Visitation was at Noon, Tuesday at Menifee Home For Funerals, F renchburg, KY, Randy Halsey Funeral Director. COVID-19 man- date/regulations will be followed as set forth by Governor Beshear and the CDC. The family request that visitors respect their desire to keep everyone safe by practicing social distancing guidelines and to wear a face covering of some sort. CHRISTINE MANLEY WHITTON Christine Manley Whit- ton, 90, of Mt Sterling, Kentucky, passed away Thursday, January 28, at Windsor Care Center in Mt. Sterling. She was born on January 1, 1931 in Bath County, Kentucky, to the late Clay Lewis Manley and Nannie Staton Manley. Christine was a creative, accomplished, thoughtful and loving woman. She devoted many hours to her wonderful cooking, sewing and taking care of her family She was a member of the Slate Valley Christian Church and she also attended the Preston First-Church of r... 68(3’631‘5 She wasEmé'fove to her are as": 'band, James Whitton and she also cherished being a mother and nana. In ad- dition to her parents and her husband, she was preceded in death by one brother, Jean Manley and one half-sister, Alice Cray- craft. Survivors include her daughter, Teresa Long and her husband, Jerry of Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, her grandson Jerrod Jameson Long of Louisville, Ken- tucky and several nieces and nephews. Funeral ser- vices were conducted at 2:00 PM. Saturday, Janu- ary 30, in the chapel of the Michael R .Gray Fu- neral Home in Owingsville with Rev. Terry Frerichs and Rev. Lowell Rice of- ficiating. Burial was in the Slate Valley Cemetery. Visitation was after 12:00 PM. Saturday at the funer- al home. Pallbearers were Gary Staton, Woody Sta- ton, Johnny Whitton, Omar Heath, Tony Whitton and Jed Staton. The Michael R. Gray Funeral Home in Owingsville cared for all '1 e eggsflo, vievgythe .. .2_'.a¥v‘~., as , if? I? her 'V fill‘S‘IILanejij c I Clayton’i-l‘. Lane, ' PHILLIP “TODD” GREEN Phillip "Todd" Green, 56, of Owingsville, Kentucky, passed away suddenly Wednesday, January 27, at St. Claire Regional Medical Center in Morehead, Kentucky. He was born on January 5, 1965 in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, to the late Asa Lewis Green and Irene Parks Green Wills. Todd worked at Custom Foods in Owingsville. He enjoyed rid- ing his motorcycle, tinker— ing with engines and spend- ing time with his family and friends. Survivors include his companion, Jenia Dixon, one son, Benjamin Green (Brit— tany) and grandson, Noah Wayne Benson L. Green all of Clearfield, Kentucky, one brother Jeff Green (Joyce) of Frenchburg, Kentucky and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were con- ducted at 1:00 RM. Sunday, January 31, in the chapel of the Michael R. Gray Funeral Home in Owingsville with Rev. Lowell Rice officiating. Burial was in the Kendall Springs Cemetery. Visitation was from 6 PM. to 8:00 P.M. Saturday at the funeral home. Pallbearers were Benjamin Green, Chris Maness, Taylor Davidson, J us- tin Maness, Tim Parks, Bed- ford Carpenter and Roger "Jr." Reffitt. The Michael R. Gray Funeral Home in Owingsville cared for all arrangements. To view the online memo- rial and sign the guest book, please visit www.mrgfh.com. DORIS ANN LANE Doris Ann Lane, 92, Sharps- burg, widow of J.W. Lane died peacefully January 30, at her home on the family farm. She was born May 5, to the late Eli and Mary McClure Roberts of Sherburne, KY. She was a 1945 graduate of Fleming Co. High School and attended Fugazzi Business College. She worked briefly in her father‘s grocery in Sharpsburg be- fore becoming a farmer’s wife, mother of three, grandmother of two, and great grandmother of two. She was a faithful mem- ber of the Sharpsburg Christian Church for 75 yearsrln additio death by a son, a brother William E. Roberts, a sister-in-law Betty Roberts, and a nephew Warren T. Roberts. She is survived by a son James R Lane, a daughter, Mary Beth Lane, all of Sharpsburg. She is also survived by two grandchil- dren, Eric P. Lane (Audrey), Sharpsburg, Kayla B. lane, Lex- ington, two great—grandsons, Eli P. Lane and Hudson T. Lane, a nephew, Rocky Roberts and a dear friend, Sue Calvert The family wishes to thank Rosie McDonald and Judy Blanken- ship for their compassionate care during her final days. Visi- tation was after 11:00 AM Tues- day, February at the Sharpsburg Christian Church, funeral services followed at 1:00 PM. Burial was in Crown Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Eric lane, Austin Allison, Tim- my Darnall, Mark Allison, Steve Calvert and Bobby Price. Hon- orary Pallbearers were Keith Crouch, Chris Crump, Kenney Stull, and Todd Allison. Con- tributions can be made to the Sharpsburg Christian Church at 241 Main Street, Sharpsburg, KY 40374. The Michael R. (Gray Funeral Home in Owingsville for all arrangements. To wwwgfltcoml Powell Funeral Home i . Robbie Powell Funeral Director __ 121 E. Main St. ‘40360 Continuinga ‘ Tradition of v- Owingsville, KY ~ 606-674-2922 www. owellfhsaltlick.com 39 Main Street PO Box 294 Salt Lick, KY 40371 Office: 606-683-2871 - Fax: 606-683-5221 owe/Ifunera/homemail. com JAMES ALFRED “JIMMY” HESS James Alfred “Jimmy” Hess, 83 of Glennville, Georgia formerly of Frenchburg, KY went home to be with the Lord Saturday, January 23, He was born Octo- ber 6, 1937 in Pikeville, KY ' to the late Virgil and Lurcy Layne Hess. Jimmy was a retired coal miner, for- mer owner of Frenchburg Gas and Produce, and the owner operator of a farm for many years on Corner Ridge where he enjoyed hosting horse shows, visit- ing with his grandchildren and riding horses with family and friends. In his retirement years, Jimmy moved to Georgia where he enjoyed spending time with his much-loved wife Mary andsitting on the porch in the warm weath- er of his new home. Jimmy was of the Old Regular Baptist Faith. His faith in Jesus as Savior over the years has served as an example to all who knew him. He never failed to say that his hope of heaven was in Jesus and His death on the cross for the sins of all. He encouraged all his family and friends who loved him not to worry about him if he “left here”. His faith was like that of a child...fully trusting in his Heavenly Father. On January 25, 1996, Jimmy’s beloved wife Ernestine preceded him in death. They have two surviving sons, James Harold (Lisa) Hess 0f Pikeville, KY and Darrell Gene (Angie) Hess of Frenchburg, KY. Jimmy was also preceded in death by four siblings including Geraldine Hess (infant), Junis Hess, Ray Elmer Hess, and Imal Sue Hess Justice. Jimmy is survived by his loving wife Mary Alice Collins Hess of Glennville, GA and her maesefis‘n We , : a, ' “‘ ""‘Wdear‘? "Chi‘r‘lé‘é’iififiayy McNeer of Germany; Da- vid (Jasmine) DeLoach of Glennville, GA; Gerald De- Loach of Mooresville, NC; Timothy (Carol) DeLoach of Collins, GA; Martin (Kelly) DeLoach of Glen- nville, GA; Joey (Lynn) McGlashan of Fernandi- na Beach, FL; and Barry (Amanda) McGlashan of Glennville, GA. He is also survived by four siblings; Pauline Hess Thacker of Pikeville, KY; Jean Hess Adkins of Feds Creek, KY; Virgil Dean Hess of Kimper, KY, and Mary Marie Hess of Marion, VA. Jimmy was blessed to have the love of his surviv- ing grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and 5 great-great grandchildren, which he shared with his wife Mary. In addition, he leaves behind a host of ex- tended family and friends who love and will miss him greatly. Funeral services were at 1:00pm, Wednesday, J anu- ary at Menifee Home For Funerals with Elder A. B. Thacker, Elder Jerry Overstreet and Elder Paul Huffman officiating. 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