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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper March 22, 2012- 3 h IDA MAE BUTCHER TUDOR JAMES EDWARD FIELDS James Edward Fields, EDNA RUTH KIABER 63, of Olympia, died Wednesday morning at his sister's residence in Green Cove Springs, Florida. He was born September 18, 1948 in Grundy, Virgin- ia, to the late Elmer Fields and Alice Matney. James moved to Bath County in 1997 from Lex- ington where he gradu- ated from Lafayette High School. James was an dec- tric motor technician and retired from City Electric Motor Company. He en- joyed the outdoors life; fishing, gardening, work- hag on the farm, UK Bas- ketball and NASCAR rac- ing. He will be dearly missed by his family and friends. ney Virginia; four sisters, Shir- ley/L Church of McRae, Georgia, Edna M. Moore (John) of Gordonsville, Virginia, Cathy G. Hoke (Jerry) of Mineral, Virgin- ia and Mary E. Breeden (Roger) of Olympia; three grandchildren, James Mc- Neill, Kasey McNeill and Elizabeth Alexander all of Olympia. Ida Mac Butcher Tudor, 86, widow of William "Bill" Turley Tudor, died early Saturday, March 17, 2012, at the Pattie A. Clay Regional Medical Center. Mrs. Tudor was born, May 25, 1925, in Bath Co., KY, the daughter of the late Ambrose and Mamie Sne- degger Butcher. She was a member of the Union City Christian Church. Mrs. Tudor was a friend to all and very active in the community, having also been a member of the Birth- day Club, the Southern States Auxiliary, Madison Co. 4-H, Homemakers, and Extension Activities. Most of all she was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. She is survived by one son: William Turley Tudor, Jr. "Billy"; two granddaugh- ters: Lauren Tudor A_gee (Derek), and Hillary Tudor, great granddaughter: Melis- sa Biggs, and several niec- es; nephews, and a host of other relatives and friends. In addition to her parents and husband, she was pre- ceded in death by one broth, er and three sisters. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday, March 20, at the Combs, Parsons and Collins Funeral Home, with Bro. Tim Jones offici- ating. Burial followed in the Richmond Cemetery. Donations ,may be made to Richmond Seniors Citi- zens Center, 1215 W. Main St., Richmond, KY 40475. Survivors include two In addition to his parents MARCELIA MYNHIER LAMBERT daughters, Rebecca Mc-he was preceded in death Neill 0odie) and Dev- by his wife, Betty Fields, Marcella Mynhier Lam- Mrs. Lambert is survived bert, age 85, of Morehead, by four granddaughters, on Alexander of Olympia; July 25, 2011 and his broth- Kentucky, passed away Marcella Bond and hus- four brothers, Jerry B. er-in-law, Lanny Farmer, Monday, March 19, 2012, band Robert, DinaLambert, Fields (Reva) of Vansant, August 23, 2011 and one at Owingsville Manor As- Diana Lambert, and Hol- Virginia, David & Fields sister, Linda E Belcher. (Barbara) of Grundy, Vir- Funeral services were ginia, Frankie L. Fields held Tuesday, March 13 (Paula) of Mineral, Vir- at the Cofflnan Mortuary ginia and Richie A. Mat- Parlor. LEVI MERLE BYRD Levi Merle Byrd passed away Tuesday, March 13. Levi was a Bath Coun- ty native. He was a retired Armco Steel Plant employ- ca. Levi is survived by his wife, Donna Lou Byrd of OwingsviUe; one daugh- ter, Tracey Stamper (Don- Hie) of Olive Hill; one son, Merle Dean Byrd (Robin) of Germantown, Ohio; five .grandsons, Jesse Stamp- er, Michael Byrd, Jarred Parsons, Breanna Parsons penter. and Chris I_add. Levi is al- Funeral services were sisted Living Community in Owingsville, Kentucky. Born June 20, 1926, in Lo- gan, West Virginia, she was the daughter of the late Aus- tin and Sally Whitt Mynhier. She was preceded in death by three brothers, Willie Mynhier, Roy Mynhier and Cecil Mynhier, and two sis- ters, Lillian Rose Mynhi- er Warren and Geneva Mc- Guire. Her husband, Guy E. Lambert, passed away Feb- ruary 13, 2005, and their son, Clyde Edward Lam- bert on March 1, 2007. ly Coleman; eleven great grandchildren; two great- great grandchildren; and one sister, Dorothy Pursley, all of Mansfield, Ohio. Marcella was a home- maker and former machine operator for the News Jour- nal in Mansfield, Ohio. She enjoyed quilting, crochet- ing, and gardening. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday, March 22, at Northcutt & Son Home for Funerals with the Rev. Cecil Ison officiat- ing. Burial will follow in the Clearfield Cemetery. PATRICIA ANN WILLS Patricia Ann Wills, 73, of Owingsville, passed away Monday, March 19. Wills was born July 15, so survived by one sister, Saturday, March 17 at 1938, to the late Mirel Winona Nichols of Middle- the Richie Hunt Funeral McKinster and Mildred town, Ohio. Home. Rev. Lowell Rice of- Hayes McKinster. She Levi was preceded in ficiated. Burial followed in was the wife of John K. death' by his parents, jes- the Kendall Spring Cem- Wills of Owingsville, a se B~d and. Mildred Car-etery. " ~emake.r, and a mem- MS. CLIDE CARR J Church of Christ. Ms. Clide Carr passed away Tuesday, March 13, 2012. She was an 82 year old native of Sharpsburg, daughter of the late Wil- liam and Mary Mason Cart, a domestic engineer and a member of High Street Christian Church. She is survived by 3 sons, Buford (Bonnie) Green, Jerome (Jack- ie) Jackson, and Minister Samuel (Emmie) Carr, all of Lexington; 4 daughters, Leah Israel of George- town, Rene Wilson of Mr. Sterling, Cynthia Carr of Lexington, and Charlene Carr of Cincinnati, Ohio; 17 grandchildren, and 13 great-grandchildren. Her funeral was held Saturday, March 17 at High Street Christian Church with burial in Ol- ive Hill Cemetery. Herald & Stewart Home for Fu- nerals was in charge of ar: rangements. She was preceded in death by a son, Mark Christopher Wills. In addition to her hus- band, Wills was survived by a daughter, Janna McA1- pin of Mr. Sterling; a broth- er, Milton L (Reneca) McKinster of Versailles; two grandchildren, Jeff (Stephanie) Jones of Italy, and Travis (Kristie) Jones of Owingsville; and two great grandchildren, Jas- mine and Logan Jones. . Funeral services will be held Thursday, March 22, at the Richardson Funeral Home, with Milton McK- luster, Charles Wills, and Alton Norman Officiating. Burial will take place in the Owingsville Cemetery. Richardson Funeral Home is in charge of ar- rangements. Memorial contributions are suggested to the Ow- ingsville Church of Christ Building Fund, P O Box 661, OwingsviUe, or to the Bath County Football Alumni c/o Charlie Kis- sick at the Owingsville Banking Company. CARRIE LOUISE DOLLAR I "1 Give them the most selfless gift of all, a more secure future John Nathan "Hate"/dllson Agent Carrie Louise Dollar, 52, passed away Friday, March 16, 2012. She was born May 26, 1959 to Da- vid Junior Withrow and El- sie Vanlandingham. Carrie is survived by her husband, Harold Dollar of Sharpsburg; four brothers, Frank Withrow "Roost- er" of Sharpsburg, Ronald Withrow of Winchester, Raymond Withrow "Pud- den" of Owingsville and Tom Withrow of Owings- ville; and one sister, Mollie Withrow of Ohio. Carrie is also survived by several nieces and nephews. Carrie was preceded in death by her parents, Da- vid Junior Withrow and El- sie Vanlandingham. Funeral services were New York Life Insurance Company 220 Ikxingtgn Green Circle Suite 200 L~xingtor~ KY 405O3 held on Wednesday, March recd.. o.,. 58o 21 at the Richie Hunt Fu- .... neral Home with Rev. Jim .................... Crouch officiating. Bud ........... ..... al followed in the Old Vir- ginia Cemetery. Richie " ' Hunt Funeral Home was in ~ Farmers Mutual Insurance Company charge of ar!angements. ! I of Mason county Subscnbe to the I "S n ]879" |. Homeowners News Outlook I" Farm Properties I" Mobile Homes Call |. Commerical Buildings I" Churches 674-!994 I Call your local County Director for services | Lonnie Vice--(606) 674-2734 for assistance [ Bath, Menifee, Montgomery and Clark Counties 1718 U.S. 68 South, Maysville (606) 759-5252 I I [ " I I|IIHI[I [ "l [ ~ II'IIH Edna Ruth Klaber, 99, of Hawkins Branch Road, Frenchburg, Kentucky passed away Wednesday, at the Windsor Care Cen- ter in Mt. Sterling. She was born in Me- nifee County, Kentucky on July26, 1912 the daughter of the late Joseph and No- ra Sexton Myers. She was a retired mattress compa- ny employee and the wid- ow of Ray Klaber. She is survived by three sons, Fred Wilson of Union, KY, Russell Klaber of Menifee County, KY and Elmer Ray Klaber of Los Angeles, CA; seven grandchildren and many great grandchildren. Funeral services were Saturday, March 17, at the Taul Funeral Home Cha- pel with Rev. Robbie Corm officiating and burial fol- lowing in the Fagan Cem- etery. FARMERS HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE OF FLEMING COUNTY "Since 1875" 108 Court Square, Flemingsburg. 606-674.2237 FIRE, WIND, LIGHTNING, PERSONAL AND FARM LIABILITY, MOBILE HOME INSURANCE Charles 'Bud' Hunt, Bath County Directory i~I ' i::iiiiiiii~iiiiii!iil !iii~i i:: ~ ..... I I I For further information, see one of our new account officers at any of our convenient locations, Owingsville Miller Plaza Main Street ompany Inco orated Owingsville, KY 40360 I l I[ MEMBER EQtja,.ous,l li d LENDER '" ~IIlIT"-'~'r'~', :~'bl"'~"~,'"'lrll "IV "l"',nll! ,;ll iti, .... 1.1 , I, Ill/! I Jlrl !l