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News Outlook Yollr Hometown Newspaper April 04, 2013 - 3 WOODROW LINCOLN DEAN SUE WRIGHT STAMPER BI'I ELI.F N LANDSAW _v. Owmgsvllle Banking Company 4 Woodrow Lincoln Dean, 96, of Crans- ton Road, Morehead, passed away Sunday, March 31, 2013, at his residence after an ex- tended illness. He was born March 11, 1917, in Chester, Ohio, and was the son of the late Har- less and Norma Eisel- stein Dean. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Mara- bel O'Conner Dean, on December 25, 2005 and one son, Roger Earl Dean, on January 28, 2005. He is survived by one son, Roy Eugene Dean of Huntington, West Virginia; one brother, Bob Dean of Dublin, Ohio; one sister, Betty Chevalier of Tuppers Plains, Ohio, six grand- children; and seven great-grandchildren. Mr. Dean was a for- mer employee of Island Sue Wright Stamper, Creek Coal Company 80 of Old Midland Trail in West Virginia; Ohio; in Salt Lick, passed away and Western Kentucky. Saturday, March 30, He was a member of the 2013 at her home after Cornerstone Baptist an extended illness. Church in Salt Lick, She was born July 21, Kentucky. 1932 to the late Ewe]] and Funeral services were Roxie Myers Wright. Sue conducted Tuesday, was a former employee April 2, at Northcutt of Battson's Drug Store, and Son Home for Fu- Begley's Drug Store and nerals Memorial Cha- Peggy's Gift Shop. pel, with Pastor Ja- She was of the Church Virginia Bailey Har- ris, 85, of Owingsville, passed away Wednes- day, March 27, 2013. She was the daugh- ter of the late Walter J. Bailey and Fannie Kate Bailey. She was a homemaker, former member of the Owings- ville City Council, and member of the Owings- ville Baptist Church. She is survived by threesons, William Gary (Marsha) Har- ris of Rochcester Hills. Michigan, Jeffery Phil- lip "Phil" (Kathy) Har- ris of Owingsville, and Matthew Kevin Har- ris of Owingsville; two daughters, Pamela Harris (Charlie) Mat- thews of Owingsville and Melissa Harris (Steve) Henderson of Lexington; a sister- in-law, Donna Jean Bailey of Owingsville; ten grandchildren, Da- son Minix officiating. Graveside services will follow at the Chester Cemetery in Chester, Ohio. Northcutt and Son Home for Funerals was in charge of arrange- ments. VIRGINIA BAILEY HARRIS vid (Melissa) Harris, Deanna Miller, Debbie (Dusty) Goldie, Michael (LaCaren) Matthews, Brian (Shanna) Mat- thews, Jennifer (Phil) Brangers, Beth Anne Harris, Amanda, Cara Henderson and Baby of God faith, a former member of the Morehead Lions Club and enjoyed crocheting, yard sales, antiques and spending AlTKIN 71, time with her Great- Bitha Ellen Landsaw Landsaw of Paris; one Grandchildren. of Owingsville, wife of brother, Charlie Neace In addition to her par- the late Clifford Land- of Watts, Kentucky; ents, she was preceded saw, Jr., departed this three sisters, Laverne in death by her husband, life on Tuesday, March Noble of Watts, Mag- Robert L. "Bobby"Stamp- 26, 2013 at the age of gie Neace of Watts, er, and a brother, James 83. She was a daughter and Christine Couch of Wheeler Wright. of the late Othello and Jackson; and 24 grand- Survivors include herEurbane Watts Neace children and 17 great daughter, Sandy (Troyborn at Watts, Ken- grandchildren. She also David) Lawson of Win- chester; a granddaughter, tucky on January 22, leaves behind a host of Cassie (Steven) Stanley 1930. Bitha was a lov- other of Winchester, and two ing wife, mother and relatives and friends very special great-grand- grandmother, to mourn her passing. sons, Jonah RobertStan- She is survived by She was preceded in ley and Gavin Reid Stan- seven sons, Johnny death by her husband, ley, both of Winchester; Gobel Landsaw (Mar- Clifford Landsaw, Jr., two sisters, Patsy Russell garet) of Campton, her parents, Othello and Nancy (Earl) Nor- Kenneth Landsaw and Eurbane Watts risj, both of Salt Lick; and of Covington, David Neace, one brother, Ar- also, severalloving nieces Landsaw of Flemings- thur Neace, two sisters, and nephews, burg, Jackie Landsaw Alice Kaine and Annie Graveside services of Ewing, Gary Wayne Neace, 2 grandchildren were conducted Tues- Landsaw (Roxanne) and 2 great grandchil- day, April 2, at the Jones of Owingsville, Robert dren. Cemetery in Midland, Paul Landsaw (Patri- Funeral serviceswere with Dr. Jack Ellis offici- cia) of Millersburg, and held Saturday, March ating. Isaac Landsaw (Tam- 30, at Porter and Son Lane-Stuckey-Gray my) of Carlisle, Ken-Funeral Directors in Funeral Home was in tucky; five daughters, Campton, with Bro. charge of arrangements. Esther Hazel Shouse of Greg Bellamy and Bro BUCKLER Holly, Michigan, MaryGreg Chaney officiat- Alice Landsaw of Flor- ing. Burial was in Ev- a daughter, Debbie ida, Helen Lee Thomas ans Cemetery in Camp- (Rex) Russell of Ow- (Norman) of Sharps- ton. Owingsville and Gene ingsville; two brothers, burg, Denita KayePorter and Son Fu- Omer "Buck" Buckler of Landsaw of Garland,neral Directors was in Texas and Brenda Faye charge of arrangments. Buckler of Morehead; four sisters, Elizabeth Crouch of Greenfield, Ohio, Ollie Plank of Morehead, Louise Frye of Owingsville, and Mary Etta Coyle of Ow- ingsville; two grandchil- dren, Tabatha Everman and Dillon Mangold; and a special nephew, Randy Girl Henderson; and six of Owingsville, passed great-grandchildren, away Friday, March 29, John David and Rich- 2013. He was the son of (Darlene) Buckner. ard Harris, Ethan Mill- the late Cleve Buckler er, Kennedy and Gar- and Nara Buckler. He rett Goldie, and Devin was a farmer, President Matthews. of Bath County Farm She was preceded in Bureau, member of the death by her husband Oakley Church of God, of 68 years, W.H. "Red" member of the Soil Con- Hams; a son, Harvey servation Board, and DeWayne "Butch" Har- member of the Bath ris; five brothers, Wal- County Cattleman's As- ter Bailey, Jr., Ross sociation. He is survived by his Bailey, Ray Bailey, wife, Carolyn ' mye" Woodrow Bailey, and Buckler of Owingsville; Robert F. Bailey; four sisters, Glenna Clay, Amanda Yarber, Lo- rena Rogers, and Mary Ginter; and three great- grandchildren, Mi- chaela Matthews, Kade Matthews, and Bailey Matthews. Funeral services were held Friday, March 29, at Richardson Funeral Home, with Rev. Chris Bailey officiating. Buri- al was in Owingsville Cemetery. Richardson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. MONA GAYLE CASSIDY Mona Gayle Cassi- of New Jersey; a half- dy, '64, of Owingsville, sister, Delores ' rootsie" passed away Sunday, Vice of Owingsville; a March 31, 2013. She nephew, Travis Cassi- was the daughter of dy; and a great nephew, Roscoe Cassidy and the Hayden Cassidy. late Grace Parks Cas- Funeral services sidy. She was a retired will be held at 1 p.m. factory worker and a on Thursday, April member of the Peeled 4, at Richardson Fu- Oak Christian Church. neral Home, with Rev. She is survived by Charles McGuire and her father, Roscoe Cas- Rev. Gene Hampton of- sidy, of Owingsville; ficiating. Burial will be her significant other, I the Owingsville Cem- Mitchell Thompson; a etery. brother, Mike (Connie) Richardson Funeral Cassidy of Mt. Sterling; Home was in charge of a sister, Jodi Cassidy arrangements. More obituaries on page 4 He was preceded in death by a brother, George Buckner, and two sisters, Ada Snelling and Anna Lee Anderson. Funeral services were held Tuesday, April 2, at the Richardson Funeral Home, was Rev. Randy Hawkins officiating. Burial was in Longview Cemetery. Richardson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. The family of Mike Roberts would like to thank everyone for the flowers, money, food, and special thoughts and prayers in our time of sadness. We would like to give a special thank you to St. Claire Hospice, Richie Hunt Funeral Home for caring for arrange- ments, and Bro. Lowell Rice and Bro. David Hale for their comfort'mgwords. The Mike Roberts family Bath County Senior Citizens Center Menu Monday, Apr. 8 Country fried steak Mashed potatoes Green beans Wheat bread Margarine Pineapple chunks Milk Wednesday, Apr. 10 BBQ riblet Macaroni/tomatoes Mustard greens Cornbread Margarine Cinnamon apples Milk Tuesday, Apr. 9 Pinto beans w/ham Harvard beets Cooked cabbage Margarine Mandarin oranges Milk Thursday, Apr. II Chicken Caccotore Spaghetti Spinach salad Wheat bread Fruit cup Milk Tim Fawns, AAP Vice President/Chief Operations Officer/Cashier Tim Fawns is a lifelong resident of Bath CoUnty. He has been married 28 years to Barbara Ann Fawns, and has a son, Tyler Dean Fawns, and a daughter, Shelby Ann Fawns. He is a 1983 graduate of Bath County High School. He was a partner for 19 years at Bath Motor Parts. Tim )oined OwingsviUe Banking Company in 2002, and he is a graduate of Kentucky Bankers Association Essentials of Banking School (2002); Kansas/Nebraska Bankers Association Operations (2007), and The Payments Institute in Atlanta, Georgia (2007). He is one of only 4,000 in the United States who is an accredited automated clearing house (ACH) professional. Tim has served three years on Payment Central Advisory Board in Columbus, Ohio; four years on the Gateway Area Development District Board; nine years as Treasurer at the Bath County Produce Auction Board and on the OwingsviUe/Bath County Industrial Development Authority. He was a motor sport enthusiast for 16 years, involved in mud drags, motocross, demoli- tion derbies, and drag racing. He's also acted as an announcer for three years at Bluegrass Raceway Park. Tim is also a cattle farmer, and he raised tobacco until the government buyout. He loves boating, camping, and riding his old Harley around Bath County. 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