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WVfiv—mvvwvv News Outlook May 13, 2021 - 3 OBITUARIES JUNE MAXINE MANLEY GODBEY Mrs. June Maxine (Man- ley) Godbey, 91, of Owings- ville, Kentucky, formerly of Gadsden, Alabama, passed away Thursday, April 22, 2021 at St. Claire Regional Medical Center in More- head, Kentucky. She was born in Bath County, Ken- tucky on October 23, 1929, to the late George and Elizabeth (Wells) Manley. Mrs. Godbey graduated from Bethel High School in 1947 and from Ken- tucky Wesleyan College in 1951. She taught English at Bethel High School for one year. In September 1952, she was sent by the United Methodist Church to Hamilton, Alabama, to serve two years as a "ru- ral church and community worker." While living in Alabama she met the Rev. James M. Godbey. They married on February 7, 1954, and she took on the role of "preacher’s wife" until his death in 1992. A lifelong United Method- ist, she was a member of Christ Central Church in Rainbow City, Alabama. She invested much of her time in Bible study and teaching. She loved spend- ing time with her children, grandchildren and extend- ed family. In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by her sister, Maggie Kit- tinger and brothers-in-law, Herb Kittinger and Billy Woodard. Survivors in- clude her daughter, Joy (Dave) Bodine; son, Jona- than (Caroline) Godbey; grandchildren, Sammy Bodine and Anna Godbey; sisters, Belva Woodard and Betty (Doug) Osborn, as well as many nieces and nephews and their families on both the Godbey and Manley sides of her family. She was clear that “your obituary will not get you into heaven.” What mat- ters is having your name written in the Book of Life, by God’s grace, through faith in Jesus Christ. A celebration of her life and God’s grace was conduct- ed at 2:00 PM. Tuesday, April 27, 2021 at the Christ Central Church, 409 West Grand Avenue, Rainbow City, Alabama with Rev. Sherri Reynolds officiat- ing. Burial was in Rainbow Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, contributions are suggested to Christ Central Church, 409 West Grand Avenue, Rainbow City, Alabama 35906. The Michael R. Gray Funeral Home in Owingsville, Ken- tucky, and Collier Butler Funeral Home in Gadsden, Alabama, cared for Mrs. Godbey’s arrangements. To View the online memori- al and sign the guest book, please visit www.mrgfh. com. BONNIE GOLDEN STAMPER SIMPSON Terry (Toni)Simpson of Frenchburg, KY. Tim (Kim) Simpson of Vandalia,Ohio. Ro- slyn (Dale) sorrell of Frenchburg,KY. Kathy Coffee of Lexington,KY, and Yvonne Campbell of Paris,KY. Seven grand- children: BJ Simpson, Linda Connor, Sarah Statton, Timothy Stat- Bonnie Golden Stamper Simpson of Frenchburg, KY, passed away T ues— day, May 4,2021 in the UK Health Care, Lexington,KY after an extended illness at the age of 79 years. , Born June 8,1941 in Frenchburg, KY to Tom Stamper and Ber- tha Ferguson Stamp- er. She was a retired housekeeper at Edge- wood Estates Nursing Home, Frenchburg, KY. Surviving are six children, Johnny (Robin), Simpson and gramme/z. ‘ fwd .%me 121 E. Main St. Owingsville, KY 40360 606-674-2922 ton, Cruze Simpson, Jake (Amber) Simp- ’ son, Adam (Michelle) Simpson. Three great- grandchildren. Sib- lings Corinne Manning of -Frenchburg,KY. Christine (Rod- ger)Simpson of Welling‘ton,KY, Wilma (Velmer) Back' of) Mt. Sterling,KY. Fern Sal- lie of Pomeroyton,KY. DebbieOohnny) Spen- cer of Frenchburg,KY. Preceded in death by her husband, Oral Simpson, two grand- daughters, three sis- ters and four brothers. Menifee Home For Funerals, Frenchburg, KY, with Randy Halsey, funeral director in care of arrangements. Continuing a Tradition of Excellence Gary Boyd Gary has been with Richardson Funeral Home for 9 years. He is a licensed funeral director and families find comfort in having him here. He has been married for 35 years to hrs wife, Beverly. Together they have two daughters, Kayla and Kristin and one granddaughter, Aniya. Gary is a former Bath County teacher and coach, where he. influenced many lives over the years. He continues his work now serving as a minister. In his spare time, Gary enjoys grilling, spending time with his family and watching sports. Feel free to stop by and visit him anytime. participating in. WILMA HAVENS Mrs. Wilma Havens,87, of Owingsville passed away Friday, at Baptist Health in Lexington. She was born on January 13, 1934 in Fleming County, Kentucky to the late Wil— liam T. Mineer and Edith Sparks. She graduated from UK nursing in 1955. She worked with the Bath County Health Depart- ment for 27 years. Wilma was a member of the Slate Valley Christian Church and loved to listen to gos- pel music. She enjoyed traveling and some of her best trips were on bus tours. Having a good cup of coffee while sitting out- side, listening to the birds sing was a favorite of hers. Wilma loved to play the piano, watch the Price is Right and loved genealogy. She was a caring woman that loved her family and had a kind heart. She will be missed dearly by her family and friends that she leaves behind. She is sur— vived by two sons, David Havens and his wife, Patsy and Anthony Havens; one sister, Brenda Havens. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Rawleigh Havens and one brother, Bill Mineer. Visitation was Tuesday, May 11 from 11:00 am. until 1:00 pm. at the Richardson Funeral Home. Funeral services began at 1:00 pm. in the chapel with Reverend Gregg Witt and Reverend Lowell Rice officiating. Burialfollowed in Mt. Car- mel Cemetery in Fleming County. COVID 19 restric- tions will be followed as set forth by the state. Richard- son Funeral Home is car- ing for all arrangements. IARRY WAYNE TOLSON Larry Wayne Tolson, age 67 of Sharpsburg,KY and formerly of Denniston,KY passed away Thursday, May 6,2021 at his home after an extended illness. Born May 8,1953 in Frenchburg,KY to Homer Ned Tolson and Ger- aldine McCoy Tolson. He was a retired auto body re- -- BWiShepuMinfiifi Surviving are one 'aughter, “'Delena‘i‘ Ramsey of Owings- ville, KY. Five grandchildren: Saryn Falardeau, Dylan Falardeau, Thomas Bumby, Ethan Bumby, Ottis Bumby. Three sisters: Jeanie Cox of Sharpsburg,KY. Tammy (Jeff) Johnson, and Diane Pet- tit both of Carlisle,KY. Two brothers: Lanny (Avis) Tolson of Denniston,KY. Homer Tol- son of Sharpsburg,KY. Host of nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his par- ents, Homer Ned and Geral- dine McCoy Tolson, sister-in- law, Mary Tolson, and niece Amy Tolson. Funeral services were at 1:00pm, Sunday May 9,2021 at Menifee Home For Funerals with Rev. Terry Wells officiating. Burial in the Montgomery Cemetery, Den- niston, KY. Visitation was at 11:30am, Sunday at Menifee Home For Funerals, French- burg, KY with Randy Halsey, Funeral Director. Pallbearers: Scotty Tolson, Michael Bal- lard, Carl Stephens, Nicholas Cox, Dylan Falardeau, Lana VID-19 mandate/ regulations will be followed as set forth by Governor Beshear and the CDC. The family request that visitors respect their de- sire to keep everyone safe by practicing social distancing guidelines and to wear a face covering of some sort. Powell Funeral Home "— Robbie Powell - Funeral Director '— www. owellfhsaltlick.com 39 Main Street - PO Box 294 Salt Lick, KY 40371 Office: 606-683-2871 - Fax: 606-683-5221 owe/lfunera/homemail. com 1211 Tarr Ridge, Route 77 Near Red River Gorge and all it has to offerl Older house ’on'10 acres with garage and guest house. $139,500 Call Philip for appoint- ment to see this property Lawson Real Estate Inc.- Serving Your Real Estate Needs for Over 40_Yearsl Phlllp Lawson, REALTOR Principal Broker, Auctioneer Appraiser ' (666317683563 15 Cannoy Dr. ‘3- mm Frenchburg, KY40322 Mai-in 7.1 Richardson Funeral Home has been in our current location since 1986. We are a multi-generational firm of licensed and highly qualified funeral directors and embalmers. Crystal Montjoy Day Crystal has been working with Richardson Funeral Home for years. She is a Level 2 Apprentice Funeral Director and will receive her license in September. Never imagining herself working in a funeral home, she has found that the work is very rewarding. She takes great pride in providing the best of care to each family that we serve. Crystal is married to her husband, Jesse. Together they have three wonderful children, Brianna, Makenna and Jacob. She enjoys gardening, flowers, spending time with her family and attending any sporting event that her kids are She is a life long resident of Bath County and loves the small town community. She invites you to stop by and visit anytime. . can: (606)776-2244 philipl‘aWsonreale'statecom pairman working for Hilers mafienmupco'” EDWARD LEE “ED” MCDANIEL Edward Lee "Ed" Mc- Daniel, 55, of Owings- ville, Kentucky, passed away Friday, May 7th, 2021 at St. Joseph Hospi- tal, Hospice Care Center in Lexington, Kentucky after a courageous battle with COVID-19. He was born on March 25, 1966 in Mansfield, Ohio, to the late Edward McDaniel Sr. and Bonnie J. Baker. Ed was passionate about his community. After gradu- ating from Bailey's Bar- ber College, he went on to work as a barber for over 30 years. He was em- ployed at Doug Gay's Bar- ber shop where he was a listening ear, friendly voice and friend to all. He provided not only great haircuts, but a laughter- filled time in the barber- shop. When he wasn't giving a child their first haircut, he was renting court day spots at bargain prices, while feeding the crowd Texas Tenderloin. He also enjoyed working alongside his friends at “BC Eats” at Bluegrass Stockyards. He was also a respected member of the Owingsville City Council. In his free time, he enjoyed working in his wood shop, assem- bling RC pulling trucks and.ashahisrmaakahle talents to create“ things for'his family. -.thile he contributed a lot to his community, his greatest contribution to this world was his beautiful daugh- ter, Kallie. Survivors in- clude his daughter, Kallie Marie McDaniel-Chishko (Sergey Chishko) of Maineville, Ohio and two grandsons, Kirill Chishko and Kollin Chishko. Ad- ditional survivors include Todd Dawson and Madi- son Cruse of Owingsville and many other friends who will dearly miss him. Funeral services will be conducted at 11:00 AM. 'on Thursday, May 13th, 2021 in the chapel of the Michael R. Gray Funeral Home in Owingsville with Pastors Aaron Conn and Jackie Anderson officiat- ing. Burial will follow in the Lovely-Amburgey Cemetery in Jefferson- ville, Kentucky. Visitation at the Michael R. Gray Funeral Home in Owings- ville will begin at 6:00 PM on Wednesday. Serving as pallbearers will be: Tim Anderson, Billy Todd Dawson, Christopher Gay, David Mitchell Gay, Doug Gay, David Joe Den- nis, David Jackson and Dallas Whisman. Honor- ary pallbearers include: Kirill Chishko, Kollin Ch- ishko, Clyde Nash Whis- man, and all those affect- ed by COVID-19. *The family kindly asks that everyone strictly follow .the COVID-19 mandates of wearing a mask and practice social distancing. *Contributions in mem- ory of Edward Lee Mc- - Daniel are suggested to the Team Kentucky CO- VID-19 Memorial Fund at https://teamkycovid- memorial.ky.gov. The Michael R. Gray Funeral Home, 89 Slate Avenue, Owingsville, Kentucky "rtrasrtreerr'enmsted‘wtth the arranggments for Ed- wardliée McDaniel. ‘ "'89 Slate Avenue, Owingsville, KY 40360 . ‘ 666-674-6345 www.mrgfh.com . .24 hr Obit Line 606—674-8171 Loving and Learning ‘OuiingsvilleBaDtiSt ChUrCh . Daycare 92 COYIe Street 606-336-4230 I D D HARMON MONUMENTS Owners: Derek and Bethany Harmon MQNUMENT $9., LLQ Flemingsburg, KY41041 Find us on Facebookl Harmon Monuments ':"'-'Michael R. Gray gliflfi???‘ H‘“me Compassionate, FLE NTY 2390 Bypass Rd, 606-876-51 74 Caring, Trusted Service