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Bath County News-Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper March 17, 2011 • 3 OBITUAIRIES Juanlta Louise Wade Little Juanita Louise Wade Lit- tle, 70, passed away recently. Ms. Little was a pawn and jewelry broker. Her husband, Charles Little, survives her. She was born in 1939 to the late David Sherman Wade and Dorothy Mann Wade (Mt. Sterling), who survives her. Other survivors are 3 sons, Ronald Thomas Keith, Jr. of Hawaii, Robert Dale Keith of Florida, Jason (Judy) Little of Bethel; 6 daughters, Rhonda Keith (Wes) Sargent of Row- an County, Alecia Walter of Ohio, Dori Keith of Lexing- ton, Tina Keith (fianc6 Ron Williams) of Montgomery County, Tammy (Kevin) Wilson of Sharpsburg and Charlotte Little (Jack Butler) of Owingsville; 4 .brothers, David (Violet) Wade of Cali- fornia, Gordon (Mary) Wade of Sharpsburg, Clark (Faye) Wade of Mt. Sterling and Greg Wade of Clark county; 1 sister, Bonnie Anderson of Mt. Sterling; 19 grandchil- dren; and 10 great-grand- children. Funeral services were held on March 13, 2010 at the Richardson Funeral Home in Owingsville, with the Rev. Jim Crouch officiat- ing. Burial was in Longview Cemetery. i Clyde M. Corey i : Clyde M. Corey, 99, of Colonial Terrace in Hopkins- ville, passed away on March 10, 2010 at the Covington Convalescent Center. She was the widow of Er- nest Corey and a Bath County native. She was a member of St. Johns Methodist Church. Mrs. Corey was born on Sept.-27, 1910 to the late Ed Mcllvain and the late Joann Frazier Mcllvain. Survivors are one daughter, Betty Lou Warner of Hop- kinsville; two grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren; two sisters, Inez Horseman of Owingsville and Shella Nor- ris of Hillsboro, Ohio; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held on March 13, 2010 at the Richie Hunt Funeral Home in Owingsville, with the Rev. Chris Bailey officiating. Burial was in the Owingsville Cemetery. Jessie Thomas Calvert, Jr. Jessie Thomas Calvert, Jr., 79, of First Street, Mt. • Sterling, Kentucky passed away Monday, March 15, 2010 at his residence. He was born in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky on January 9, 1931 the son of the late Jes- sie Thomas and Mary Eliz- abeth Spencer Calvert, Sr. He was a retired employee of Nestle. He is survived by his wife, Betty Jane Calvert of Mt. Sterling; three sons, Steve Calvert and Mark Calvert both of Mt. Sterling and Tim Calvert of Owings- ville, KY; three daughters, Connie Smith of Hillsboro, KY, Debbie Puckett of Jef- fersonville, KY and Genea Arrasmith of Mt. Sterling, KY; two brothers, Bill Cal- vert of Winchester, KY and Oliver Calvert of Bowden, GA; two sisters, Pauline Ginter of Springboro, OH and Anna Mary Gilvin of Mt. Sterling, KY; fifteen grandchildren and twenty four great grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are Beverly Shepherd Beverly Shepherd, 62, of Olympia, passed away re- cently. She was born in 1947 to the late Gene Grimsley and the late Doris Walker Grimsley. Survivors are three sons, Everett Osterander of More- head, Eddy Osterander of Or- egon and Robert Brownlee of Oregon; one daughter, Kim- berly Goddard of Salt Lick; three brothers, J.B. Grimsley of Texas, Bill Grimsley of California and Lucky Grims- ley of California; two sisters, Barbara Risenhoover of Cali- fornia and Teresa Gfirnsley of Texas; one special grand- daughter, Lorie Shepherd; and nine other grandchildren. Graveside services were held at 1:00 p.m. on Mon- day, March 15, 2010 at the Shepherd Family Cemetery in Olympia, with the Rev. Moose Stump officiating. The incomplete at this time at Richardson Funeral Home in the +Taul Funeral Home in Owingsville was in charge of Mt. Sterling. arrangements. - i: '  Anderson of Bath County, Freida Osbom of Menifee  County, Daisy Mary Taulbee  of Morgan County, and Ber-  thia Susie Hayes of Ohio; 27 ] grandchildren; and 29 great grandchildren. 1+ In addition to his parents  and wife, he was preceded .k in death by three children: Donald Lee Ross, Lillion Sue Ross, and James Ray Ross; .... one brother, James Ross and Omer Marson Ross one sister, Haley Grooms. Omer Marson Ross, 76, of C ,.+ passed away on Monr. 15, 2010 at the Harril'Memorial Hospital in Cynthiana. He was born in Morgan County on June 29, 1933 the son of the late William Russell and Virg!e Funeral services will be at 1:00 p.m.i on Thursday, Mar. 18, 2010 .t the Taul Funeral Home Ghapel in French-' burg witl Rev. Troy Miller officiating. Burial will fol- low in the Back Cemetery in Ezel, KY. Pallbearers will be Christopher Wise Ross, Allice Barnette Ross. He w James Edward Ross, Aaron a farmer and a preacher Dewayne Ritchie, Joseph A1- was the widower of Sylvia :len Ross, Justin Daniel Ross, Jewell Manning Ross. , and Billy Winford Ross. - .+. He is survived by seven Honorary pallbearers will be sons and two daughters: Vie+ Stanley Wayne Ross, Jimmy tor Wilbur (Jenny) Ross of Carlisle, Homer Wise Ross of Carlisle, Earnest Allen (Brenda) Ross of Jefferson- ville, Joseph Justin (Brenda) Ross of Carlisle, Lorene Elizabeth (Jimmy) Roark of Paris, Billy Lynn (Jeanie)  Ross of Jeffersonville, El- fie Mae Carr of Paris, David Wayne (Goldie) Ross of Car- lisle and Danny Lane Ross of Paris; three brothers: William Harrison Ross of Jefferson- ville, Earnest Andrew Ross of Mt. Sterling and John Clif- ford Ross of North Middle- town; four sisters: Margie Deryl Roark, Brandon Lane Ross, Dustin James Ross and Anthony Wayne Ross. O0e 9 a e a.ess? te at Ch(arles Edward Walker Charles Edward Walker, 75, of Third St., passed away Stmday, Marc:h 14, 2010 at his residence. He weas bom in Montgomery Coumty, Kentucky on Febru- ary 117, 1935 the son of the late • Jame;s Edward and Mattie Tipton Walker. He was a member of the First Church ofthe Nazarene and retirexl Carquest Auto parts deal- er low 40 years. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Minnie Walker of Mt. Sterling; three sons, Dan Walker of Lexington, KY, Michael Wayne Walker of Mt. Sterling, and Roger A. (Ger- alynne) Walker of Mt. Sterling; one daughter, Sheila Gall (Brad) Manley of Abingdon, VA; one sister, Palricia Centers of Mt. Sterling; three grandchildren, Brandon Scott Poynter, Joshua Edward Poynter, and Michaela Moore Walker; two step grand- chil&en, Lane Nicole Manley and Corbin Bradford Manley also survive. Funeral services will be 11 AM, Wednesday, March 17, 2010 at the Taul Fu- nerall Home Chapel with Revs. Carl Baker and Mark Farfis of- ficialfing and burial following in Macpelah Cemetery. Friends may visit Tuesday evening from 6-9 PM. Pallbearers will be Russ Goldty, Brad Manley, Tony Tip- ton, ]Joe Frazier, Franklin Walker and (George Ellis. Honorary pall- bearers will be Brandon Poynter, Pad+ Stone, and members of First Churrch of Nazarene Adult 1 Sundday School Class. In lieu of flow+ers donation are suggested to the Park/nson's Foundation, 1501 )q. W. 9 th Ave., Bob Hope Road, Miami, FL 33136-1494. Jesslca Danielle Fulkerson Jessica Danielle Fulker- son, 17, of Estill Terrace, Mt. Sterling passed away Wednesday, March 10, 2010 at the U K Medical Center. She was born in Hobart, Indi- ana on January 12, 1993 the daughter of Gale Ann Cecil and Guy Fulkerson, Jr.. She was a member of the Baptist Worship Center of Mt. Ster- ling where she sang in the choir and a student at Mont- gomery County High School. She was a gymnast at TK's gymnastics and a member of the Moo Club. • She is survived by her mother, Gale (Dannie Lewis) Cecil of Mr. Sterling, KY; her Tony Clay Willoughby ot Germany; two sisters, Erica Cecil of Powell County, KY " and Hanna Fulkerson of Lake Station, IN. Numerous aunts and uncles also survive. She was preceded in death + by two grandfathers, Guy Fulkerson, Sr. and Glenn Ce- cil. Funeral services were 10 AM, Monday, March 15, 2010 at the First Church ot God with Rev. Travis Drake officiating and burial follow- ing in the Fortune Cemetery. Taul Funeral Homes were in charge of the arrangements. Pallbearers were Jimmy Ce- cil, Lee Cecil, Jerit Black- bum, Matt Blackburn, Tony Clay Willoughby, Andy Co- rey, John Gardner, Denise Ry, Chris Reffitt, Jeremiah Parks, John Stull, Mark Jones, and Buster Groves. In lieu of flowers donations are suggested to the TK's for Jessica Fulkerson, c/o Tradi- tional Bank, 49 W. Main St., Mt.Sterling, KY 40353. J father, Guy (Rhonda) Fulker- " ! son, Jr. of Lake Station, IN; , maternal grandmothers, Anna . I [(ff Lee Cecil of Valparaiso, IN ( - l and Ella Rawe Willoughby   of Mt. Sterling, KY; paternal W grandparents, Betty Gregolu- W ff][ nas of Indiana, Jerry (Sherra) . il '111111 Krejcir of Valparaiso, IN \\;  IIII1 and Dennis (Karen) Nelson .-.   of Hobart, IN; two brothers, -''- ".' ff'-f" Colton Cecil of Mt. Sterling; • . 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