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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper May 17, 2018 - 11 imary isease rition Se i avloral F stance Abuse All insurances accepted Assistance available for the uninsured Crouch Seeks Election for Bath County Coroner candidacy for Bath County Coroner: I am first and foremost a child of God. I was born and raised in Bath County to Irvin Martin and ,Amett Martin of Sharpsburg. I am also the wife to Thomas Crouch, ,Morgan and Thomas Jr. and a grandmother to Abigail. I am a lifelong resident of Bath County. I attended Bath County High school and then Morehead State Universi~ My husband and I are small business owners as we cur- Inc. We most recently sold Cmudgs r Boy Inc a convince store that we owned and operated the past twelve years. We also operated Crouch's Country Boy#2 in Olympia in 200%2010. time of her dection twenty-four years of age, a citizen of Kentudo/, and who has not resided in the State two years, and one year preceding her dection in the county ~e is a candidate. r like many neighboring counties the elected official will receive the required training after they are dected. Upon deaion, coroners must undergo a well as continuing education requirements, during their term, Several states use medicolegal death investigators training programs for basic coroner trainin~ which usually requires 40 hours of training and can be completed in a single these tyrograms include causes and manner ,suicides, abuse recognition, crimescene investigations and death investigation laws. What does a coroner do? The four major tasks of a coroner are. notification of the ::~ of kin, time of death, cause and manner of death. I ,-.- -- ~~i~' Most cause and manner of death are det~n'rnined by an autopsy conducted bythe I I ~ ~ state medical examiner's office in Frankfort. Most cases are dete.~, ed to be health ~ related. The coroner's offices utilize the medical examiners office and I~ ~'::'to~dcology labs in hdping solve cases. I F"T--~ The Coroner and Deputy Coroners will work in coordination with all agencies, I! V I OwingsvSe Police Department, Bath County Sheriffs Office, Kentucky State I L ~ City and County Fire Departments, EMS and the DEA. 1 -------~'~' ~ Ginny Rkhardson-Clark has agreed to become the Deputy Coroner for Bath || ~ ~l County If I am honored to be dected your next Bath County Coroner. Ginny Is a I~ licensed Funeral Director and soon to be Embalmer at Richardson Funeral Home. | ~-----~ ~ She has been serving Bath County in this capacity for nearly 12 years. She is the I rr"'~ daughter of Cathy Griffith Richardson and the hte Paul Richardson who was a l! V I Deputy Coroner under the current Coroner, RobbiePowelLfromthetimeRobbie I~ elected until Pad's death in 2017. Ginnyis a graduate of the Des Moines Area I ~~= Community Co. ~age School of Mortuary Science and Morehead State Unive~. |~ The Coroners job is a 24-hour, 7 day a week job. W'ahanannualsalaryof$7,000:I :~ I |~ ~ould like to ask each one ofyou for your vote on May 22. I will take pride in being [ ~,I ,~ your Bath County Coroner and serving this community, ~ | ~, |~ When decting Vickie M. Crouch for Bath County Coroner you will be decting || V| a coroner with honesty, education, hard [ V| | I~ dedication, |~1