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News Outlook Hometown June 10. 2021 - 3 O B ITUARI ES MARY L. EMIG DIANA L. CANTRELL ROIAND “RAY” FAIR, JR. Mary L, Emig, 72, of Owingsville and formerly of Schererville, Indiana passed away Wednesday, June 2, 2021 at the St. Jo- seph-Mt. Sterling Hospital in Mt Sterling, Kentucky after a brief illness. She was born on December 17, 1948 in Gary, Indiana to the late, Arthur C. Kel- ly and Blanche M. Kelly. Mary was a high school graduate of Wirt High School in Gary, Indiana. She went on to receive two Master Degrees in US. History and Divinity. Her teaching career spanned over a period of 45 years concluding when she re— tired from Marian Catholic High School in Chicago Heights, Illinois. Upon re- tiring, Mary moved to Ow- ingsville, KY. She didn’t sit still after retiring. She wanted to stay involved in every aspect of God’s work. She attended both St. Julie Catholic Church in Owingsville and Jesus Our Savior in Morehead, KY. She volunteered at Christian Social Services and the New Hope Clinic. She served as a member of the Bath County Public Library board and was an Skyler Toy recei Toy was one of 200 stu- dents nationwide to re- ceive the grant. Wiley's 't program provided 100,000 in funding to sup- port student persistence in completing college de- grees. She earned a bach- elor's degree in accounting at MSU this past May. Faculty who use Wiley's digital resources in their courses nominated one student for a chance to win. Dr. Stephen Brigham, assistant professor of accounting, nominated Toy for the $500 grant in March. I "The grants were in- tended to help meet some of the’financial difficulties of vulnerable students,"_ Brigham said. "Skyler’s courageous persistence, positive attitude, and work ethic make her a wonder- ful role model for all stu- dents to achieve success." Toy said the grant was . extremely beneficial in helping her achieve her dream of earning a degree. "Being a recipient of the Wiley Stay the Course Grant is much more than just an award to me," she said. "Wiley has as- advocate for anti-racism. Mary tutored at Adult Ba- sic Ed, helping students earn their GED and was a member of the Catholic Community of Appalachia. Most of all, Mary was a woman of faith. When she wasn't volunteering, Mary enjoyed reading, traveling and spending time with ' gher grandsons. She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother, John Kelly, of Atlanta, Georgia. She is survived by two daughters, Chris- tina Hunt (Gary) of Ow- ingsville, KY, Erin LaCourt (James) of South Bend, Indiana, one son, David Emig (Jennifer) of Carbon- dale, Colorado and three grandsons, Wyatt Means, Evan LaCourt, and Isaac Emig. She is also survived by one sister, Connie Kelly, of Peoria, Arizona and a very special niece, Nina Grubish-Butler (Doug) of Arizona. A Memorial Ser- vice will be celebrated at 2:00 PM. Sunday, June 13, 2021 at the St Julie Catho- lic Church in Owingsville with Father Arturo Molina, Deacon Bill Grimes and Reverend Lowell Rice of- ficiating. Visitation will be from 12:00 P.M. — 2:00 PM. before the service Sunday at the church. At the fam- ily's request, contributions are suggested to Christian Social Services at 44 Coyle St, Owingsville, Kentucky 40360. The Michael R. Gray Funeral Home, 89 Slate Avenue, Owingsville, Kentucky is caring for all arrangements. To view the online memorial and sign the guest book, please visit www.mrgtheom. sisted me in being able to achieve my lifelong edu: cational goals that I never thought were possible. Be- ing a full-time concurrent young mother and college student has been incred- ibly difficult; therefore, I'm grateful that Wiley is able to help support not only me but also others like me in chasing our dreams." Wiley is an educational publishing company pro- ducing online scientific, technical, medical ‘and scholarly journals, books, and other digital content. For more information, T5 read Wiley'S‘recent article "Wiley Salutes Moms Who '- Stay- the Course 'athchool and Home," which features Skyler and two other young mothers and is available at www.wiley.com/network/ instructors-students/ educational-inspiration/ wiley—salutes—moms-who- stay-the-Course-at—school— and-home. "To learn about programs in MSU’s Elmer R. smith. College of Business and Technology, visit www. moreheadstate.edu/cbt, email cbt@moreheadstate. edu or call 606783-2174. lggtbflmdswa fizfoma , 5,?» 121E. Main St. Owingsville, KY 40360 ,, , . 606-674-2922 Continuing a Tradition of Excellence rse Grant from Wiley Publishing Company acmmemmmmlmfip . Diana L. Cantrell, age 63, of Troy, OH passed away at 3:55 PM on Sunday, June 6, 2021 at her residence. Diana was born in Waynes— ville, OH on August 9, 1957 to the late Clester Sargent, SR and Alberta Sallee. Di- ana is survived by her step- mother: Mary M. Sargent, KY; six siblings: Clester ‘ Sargent, J R., Jaime Adams, and Frank Cottrill, all of OH, Sheila Ingram, John Sargent, and Paulette Sons, all of KY; and several niec- es and nephews. She was preceded in death by two sisters: Nancy Bohringer and Glenda Brown. Diana enjoyed spending time with her friends, espe- cially with her best friend: Tarmny Stull. A celebration of Diana’s life will be held at the convenience of the family. Arrangements have been entrusted to Melcher- Sowers Funeral Home, Pi- qua. Condolences can be expressed to the family at www.melcher—sowers.com JIMMY DALE HAMILTON Jimmy Dale Hamilton, age 72, of Owingsville, passed away at his resi- dence on June 6. He was born in Mt. Sterling, Ken- tucky to the late Bruce Hamilton and Deloris Bar- ber on September 30, 1948. Jimmy was an avid car lover. He enjoyed fishing, hiking and riding horses. He also loved to go tar- get practicing and racing. Jimmy was an animal lover ### Morehead State Univer- sity (MSU) is a compre- hensive public university with robust undergraduate and graduate programs, emerging doctoral pro- grams, and an emphasis on the region and beyond. MSU aspires to be the best and spoiled his dog, Chloe. He was a simple man that enjoyed his family, friends and cars. He will be greatly missed by all that knew him. He is survived by his son, Jimmy Shawndale Hamilton of Paris, Ken- tucky; five grandchildren, Michael, Paul and Savan- nah Hamilton; Dakota and Kayla Campbell; one great grandson, Kobey Webb. Visitation will be Thursday, June 10 from 11:00 am. un- til 1:00 p.m. at the Richard- son Funeral Home. Funeral services will follow in the chapel with Reverend Rob- bie Conn officiating. Burial will be in the Slate Valley Cemetery. Richardson Funeral Home is caring for all ar- rangements. public regional university in the South through pri- oritizing student success; outcomes; academic excel- lence; and rankings, repu- tation and regional respon- siveness. MSU is an affirmative action, equal opportunity, educational institution. Powell Funeral Home — Robbie Powell - Funeral Director — www.0wellfhsaltlick. com 39 Main Street - PO Box 294 Salt Lick, KY 40371 Office: 606-683-2871 - Fax: 606-683-5221 owel/funera/homeqmail. com w HARMON MONUMENTS 2390 Bypass Rd, 606-876-5174 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. Rocky Meet “Rocky”. He resides at Richardson Funeral Home. Rocky has become the funeral home mascot/ therapy dog. People who meet him fall in love with him. Rocky leaves a lasting impression on everyone he meets. He loves everyone, especially children and , he is drawn to people who are sad. Families have stopped in after their loved ones Service just to see him. Rocky welcomes everyone to stop in and visit and oh, bring a treat! Owners: Derek and Bethany Harmon FLEMING COUNTY v MONUMENT Co., us; a Flemingsburg, KY41041 ii Find us on Facebook! Harmoh Monuments}? . Roland “Ray” Fair, Jr., 45, of Sharpsburg passed away Sunday, June 6, 2021 at his residence. He was born October 30, 1975 to Nancy Bussell Fair and the late Ro- land Ray Fair, Sr. He attend- ed Victory Chapel Church and a Farmer. In addition to his moth- er, Nancy Bussell Fair of Sharpsburg, KY, he is sur- vived by his wife, Misty Pe- titt Fair of Sharpsburg, KY; one daughter, Savannah Notice The undersigned has been appointed by the Bath Circuit Court to notify the Unknown Heirs, Legatees and Devisees of Ernest Mills and their Spouses of pendency of the above styled action in Bath Circuit Court This action concerns the parties' interest in real property located at Rosebush Lane, Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky. , The above named De- fendants will have 50 days in which to file a response in this matter. Any questions should be directed to the undersigned or an attorney of their choosing. Respectfully submitted, N. Blaze Tomlin Attorney at Law Published in the Bath County News Outlook on 06.10.2021 Paige Fair of Mt Sterling, KY; one son, Ethan Jacob Fair of Sharpsburg, KY; two step-daughters, Sierra Aus- tin of Sharpsburg, KY and Daphanie Blevins of More- head, KY; one step-son, An- drew Fultz of Nevada; one sister, Paula Jane Bussell Doyle (Randy) of Bourbon County, KY; one grandchild, Abail Reign Thomas; and two step-grandsons, Joshua Austin and Jessie Austin. He is preceded in death by his father, Roland Ray Fair, Sr. Funeral services will be 1 PM, Thursday, June 10, 2021 at Taul Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Kevin Miles officiating, burial fol- lowing at Crown Hill Cem- etery. Visitation will be held 11 AM-lPM, Thurs- day, June 10, 2021 at Taul Funeral Home Chapel. Pall- bearers will be Bill Booth, Ron Allison, Wendell King, John Staten, Millard Petitt, III and Ieroy Shepherd. ‘ otrce By Order of Bath County District Court, Honorable Leslie Richardson Smith has been appointed as Warning Order Attorney for Robert Sweeney and] or his unknown heirs and assigns claiming an interest on the property located at 200 North Hamilton Street. Georgetown, Kentucky. Anyone having knowledge of the names or whereabouts of any unknown heirs of Robert Sweeney is hereby requested to contact Honorable Leslie Richardson Smith, of Richardson 8. Smith, PSC, 62 West Main Street. Owingsville, Kentucky 40360, 606-674—8111 or 606-780-0036. Published in the Bath County News Outlook on 06. 10.2021 Lawson Real Estate Inc. Serving Your Real Estate Needs for Over 40 Years! Michael R. 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