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News Outlook Hometoivn March 18, 2021 - 3 OBITUARIES CHARLES BAILEY Charles Bailey, age 88, of Wellington, KY, a re- tired farmer passed away Wednesday, March 10,2021 in the UK Bluegrass Hos- pice Care Center, Lexing- ton, KY. He was born J anu- ary 31,1933 in Mize, KY a son of Jack and Lula Cen- ters Bailey. He accepted ,the Lord Jesus Christ as his Savior and he served in the army during the Kore- an War. Survivors are two daughters, Charlene & Bill Drennen of Mt. Sterling, KY, and Jennifer Cox of Wellington, KY. Two sons, Tony & Nancy Bailey and Justin Martie Bailey all of Wellington, One broth- er, Beachel Bailey of Camp ton, Three grandchil- dren, Bryan Cox, Ashley Asher, Grant Bailey. Three step grandchildren: Dakota Ferrell, Audrianna Fer- rell, Marlee Patrick. Four great grandchildren: Lane Cox, Matthew Cox, Alexis Asher, Jacob Asher. One step-great granddaughter, Shaelynn Ruth Broma— gen. He was preceded in death by his parents, Jack & Lula Centers Bailey, his wife, Lodema Halsey Bai- ley, and brother Clarence Bailey. Funeral services were at 1:00pm, Sunday, March 14,2021 at Menifee Home For Funerals with Rev. Martin Stamper offici— ating. Burial was in Bailey Family Cemetery, Welling— ton, KY. Visitation 6:00pm, Saturday at Menifee Home For Funerals, Frenchburg, KY with Randy Halsey, Fu- neral Director. Pallbearers: Clifford Sexton, Eric Asher, Grant Bailey, Dakota Arvin, Chris Malo ney, Bryan Cox. Covid-19 mandate/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 wear a face covering of some sort. MORGAN TAYIDR O’BOYLE Morgan Taylor O’Boyle, age 29, passed away March 8, 2021. He was born in ardson O'Boyle. Morgan worked as a glass worker. He loved his job and was very good at it. He was very talented in music and could play any instrument he came in contact with. He was a member of the I, one broth Our caring staff is here tovhelp‘ you Cathy Richardson —,Owner . Ginny Richardson Clark — Co-Owner/Licensed- Emba/mer/Funera/ Director/Insurance Agent" Gary Boyd — Licensed Funeral Director ‘ Crystal Montjoy Day — Funeral Director , Kenneth Lewis — Entry Level Apprentice Funeral Director/Embalmer Brent Richardson - Licensed Emba/mer/Funera/ Director Earth as Easiest arses is mete-steam Thank you to ear treatiinelaseriters from at; at as at KY Mountain Rangers and an Apple Seed instructor. He loved guns and being at the gun range. Morgan enjoyed sailing, aircrafts and fast cars. He could best be described as an adrena- line junkie. Morgan loved his family and his children. His time here on earth was short but he left an impact on many. His memory will forever be cherished by those who loved him.He is survived by his wife, Tay- lor O'Boyle; one daughter, Lakelyn O'Boyle; one son, . W be! ' ' er, Ryan O'Boyle; Private Services will be held as requested by the family. Richardson Funeral Home is caring/for all ar- rangements. Owingsville, KY .40360 1' f 606-674-2922 W Continuinga Tradition of . Level 2 Apprenticef '. . ‘ 12,1..El‘Main St. i?" , Excellent Service . " a tease: their JOHN WAYNE NEWFON John Wayne Newton, age 68 of Owingsville, passed away suddenly at his resi— dence on March 8. Born in Breathitt County on May 9, 1952, the son of Cisco Newton and Gladys Watts Newton. Wayne retired from Seal Master after 35 years. He loved music and could play any instrument he wanted. Playing the guitar and keyboard were his favorites. His children have fond memories of do- ing wood working with him in his shop. He loved to work on old cars and just tinker around. Wayne had a positive outlook on life. He could always see the good in every situation. His great sense of humor and love for telling stories made for a great time with him. Be- ing a poppy was something that he loved so much. He enjoyed his grandkids and spending time with them. It made him so happy to receive pictures of them and Videos they made. Wayne was a family man. He enjoyed spending time with them all. His pres- ence will be missed dearly by so many. His family and friends will forever cherish the memories and share the stories they enjoy so much. . H .N N 5.4 i} V: E ., , ML; ,: ....,- ate. FLEMING COUNTY MONUMENT CO. LLC F lemingsburg, KY 41041 ,Find us on Facebook! Harmon Monuments He is survived by his lov- ing wife "of 48 years, Anita Thomas Newton; one son, Austin Wayne Newton; two daughters, April Ward and her husband, Dustin and Andrea Corey and her husband, Steve; one sister, Carolyn Highley and her EARL LEE WHI'I'I‘ON husband Eric; his mother . 5- " in law, Ina Martin; five grandchildren, Caleb Co- rey, Jakob Corey, Adiley Corey, Kailyn Ward and Keller Ward; two brothers in law, Joey Thomas and his wife Jana and Stephen Thomas; one sister in law, Judy Gearhart; one cousin, Genett Covster; several nieces and nephews. Visita— tion was Friday March 12 from 6:00 pm. to 8:00 pm. at the Richardson Funeral Home. Funeral services were Saturday March ‘13 at 11:00 am. inside the cha- pel of the Richardson Fu- neral Home with Reverend Randy Hawkins officiat- ing. Burial followed in the Longview Cemetery. Pall- bearers were Joey Thom- as, Steve Thomas, Travis Heath, Dawson Heath, Roy Fultz and Stephen Thom- as. Honorary pallbearers were Bobby Howard, Eric Highley and TJ Thomas. In lieu of flowers, the fam- ily request that a donation be made to one of the fol- lowing: St. Jude Hospital, Shriner's Hospitals for Children, or the American Heart Association. COVID 19 restrictions will be fol- lowed as set forth by the state. Richardson Funeral Home is caring for all ar- rangements. MTC: 2390 Bypass Rd, 606-876-51 74 Powell Funeral Home : Robbie Powell Funeral Director www. owellfhsaltlick.com 39 Main Street - PO Box 294 Salt Lick, 40371 Office: 606-683-2871 owel/funera/homema/l. com CAVE RUN LAKE-AREA" Camp Judy Layne two-bedrooms, 1 1/2 . rbaths, move-in ready for yet" summer 1 " at the lake! Detached two cargarage, covered front porch, central heat/air. Call today for appointment to see this property. ~_ Philip Lawson, REALTOR [E REAUOV > 15 Cannoy Dr. E Vim Frenchburg, KY 40322 -» Lawson Real Estate Inc. Serving Your Real Estate Needs for Over40 Years! Principal Broker, Auctioneer & Appraiser Fax: 606-683-5221 $129,000 Office: (606)768-3583 'Cemrsosgfls-ZZM philiplawsontéale‘stateficbm» Earl 92, of Louisville, Kentucky passed away on March 13, 2021. He was born in Bath County, Kentucky on June 13, 1928, the son of the late Holden Lee Whitton and Mary Ethel Royce Whit- ton. He was married to his beloved wife, Wilma Jean Young for sixty two years. Earl proudly served dur- ing the Korean Conflict. He was a highly respected supervisor for 35 years at Reliance Elecin'c in Madi- son, Indiana. He was a de- vout Christian, as well as a member and deacon of Liberty Christian Church of Madisdn, Indiana for over fifty years. Earl was Past Master and member Lee Whitton, ican Legion Post 9 of Madi- son, IN, as well as belong- ing to Scottish Rite Valley of Indianapolis. Golf, hunt- ing, fishing, woodworking and extensive travel, were his favorite pastimes. In addition to his parents and wife he was preceded in death by his older brother, James O. Whitton and his wife Christine and his sis- ter, Lorena M. Staton and her husband Ben. He is survived by his son, An- thony E. Whitton (Char- lotte), two grandsons, Scott and Brent (Dodie), one brother, John R Whit- ton (Katy) and one sister- in-law Nancy Doggett. Funeral services were con- ducted at 2:00 PM. Tues- day, March 16, 2021 in the chapel of the Michael R. Gray Funeral Home in Ow- ingsville with Rev. Lowell Rice officiating. Burial was in the Longview Cemetery in Bethel, Kentucky. Visi- tation was from Noon to 2:00 P.M. Tuesday at the funeral home. The Michael R. Gray Funeral Home in Owingsville cared for all arrangements. To view the online memorial and sign ' the guest book, please visit of Union Lodge #2 F &AM, and a member of the Amer- www'mgflLCom, DARIA SUE GOLDY Mrs. Darla Sue Goldy, 71, of 8087 East Highway 60, Salt Lick, passed away Monday March 15, 2021 at St. Claire Regional Medical Center, More- - has}; KY- Born ngan _C° d if“ “5" it 3'. Clema Lou Donahue. She was a former employee of Bath Manufacturing ‘and Gateway Juvenile Ser- vices. Sue was loved by her family, friends and all , who knew her. Survivors include her husband Glen- nis “Dick” Goldy, 7 chil- dren and their spouses, Randall Link (Crystal), Karen Reed (Danny), Man— ' uel Hunt, Kiniberly Gose (George), Jeffrey Goldy, Chester Goldy II (Dodie) and Sherri McAlpin (Joey), 1 sister, Bonnie Phillips, 29 grandchildren, several great-grandchildren, spe- cial grandson, C.J. McAl- pin, special nieces, Frankie Stewart, Jenny Wells and Gina Ferguson, also special friends, Shelly Hatton, Pam Martha Combs. will be Saturday March 20, 2021 from 12:00 PM — 2:00 PM at Powell Funeral Home, Salt Lick, fol- lowed by cremation. Online memorial and guestbook available at www.powellfh— saltlick.com. Obituaries continued on page'7. R~ Gray Home i(I:"oi'm'passionate, caring, Trusted Service 89 Slate Avenue, Owingsville, KY 40360 . ' 606467116345 wwwgmrgfhxom o 24.hr;0fbit Line 606-674—8171 \ Loving and Learning . Owingsville BfiptiSt Church w Day-,éare .. ff: “9.25C9Yié Street " "606-336—4230 it...‘