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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper July oz, 2ms- 3 E. WAYNE WATSON WALTER S. CRUMP LARRY D. BECRAFT friend and husband of Jacky Watson passed away June 26, 2015. He is sur- vived by his best friend and wife Jacky Watson, his son and side kick, Aaron Jacob Smith Watson, his daugh- ter and sunshine, Rena J Watson Thacker. His Mother in law and father in law; Jenny and Hissel Smith. Three granddaugh- ters, Makayla and Madison Stigall and Kileigh Thack- er. Brothers, Jimmy Wat, son, Billy Watson and Tim- my Watson; and Sisters. Brenda Branham, Patty BaileL Donna McVey, and Theresa Watson. He was preceded in death by his son, Keith Haggar Watson, and parents, Estill Watson and Nellie Elaine Amyx. He was a member of the Bethel United Methodist Church. Masonic Lodge # 23, Bath County- Farm Bu- reau Board, Bath County Cattlemen Association, National Cattlemen Asso- ciation, and former mem- ber of the Bath County Industrial Board. He was a farmer, businessman, and had been active in youth sports coaching baseball and soccer for his two sons. He was a much loved substitute teacher at Beth- el Elementary School and Crossroads Elementary and a diehard American, U K Wildcat fan and member of the Democratic Party. Visitation was held on Sun- day, Jtme 28, 2015 at the Bethel United Methodist Church, Ftmeral services were held on Monday, June 29, 2015 at the Bethel United Methodist Church with Revs. Anthony Ander- son and Ron Hill officiat- ing and burial following in the Longview Cemetery. Pallbearers were Eugene Letcher/Leonard Martin, David Corbin, Arnie Mc- Farland, John Corey, Mike Sfigall, Wayne Belcher and Danny Belcher. Honor- ary pallbearers were Paul Teague, Bobby Curry, Danny Crouch, Paul Man- sfield, Frank Howard, Paul Marshall, Walter Hawkins, Donald Dailey, Mickey Dailey, Nick Jones, Billy Hunt and members of the Bath County Farm Bureau Board - Marshall Coyle, Jake Rogers, Michael Sta- ton, Mike and Steven Bach, Jane, David and Derek E1- lington, Mary Bruce Wil- son, Linda Gray and John Wills. CARL ESTILL BAILEY Call EstilFBailey, age 84, passed away on June 19, 2015. He was born on May 17, 1931, to his parents, the late Carl Bailey and Mittie Hawkins Bailey. He was a retired farmer and an avid fisherman. In addition to his parents, he was pre- ceded in death by his first wife, Frances Bailey; tfis second wife, Armina Bai- ley; one grandson Jeremy Clark; three brothers and two sisters. He is survived by two daughters Vicky Clark and Melanie (Mike) Jamison of Owingsville; one granddaughter Jamie Clark of Winchester; three great grandchildren Me- lina Leigh, Tyler Clark and Chassity Clark; and several special nieces and neph- ews. Vigitaflonwas held Sunday, June 21, 2015 at Richardson Funeral Home. Funeral services were con- ducted on Monday, June 22, 2015 at Richardson Funeral Home with Rev. ROn Weaver officiating and interment in the l.xmgview Cemetery. GALENA WHITLINGTON GREEN ngton Green. 85; WinchesteL widow of Robert Parker Green, passed away Mon- day, June 22, 2015 at home surrounded by her family. A native of Owingsville, she was a daughter of the late Eugene and Mary El- len Vice Whiting'ton, and a member of New Hope Baly tist Church in Winchester. Survivors include a daugh- te.t: Patricia Nan Green; two grandchildren, agela Gale CI'bomas Jones) Tip- ton, and Jonathan Parker Green; four great grand- clfildren, Joslma Tipton, Ashley Jones, Katie Abbi- gale Jones, and T.J. "Bub- by" Jones; her constant companions, Shaun and Chloe; three sisters, Mar- jorie Lide Kincaid, Sudie (Farley) Curtis, and Char- lotte Kincaid; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by two sisters. Ethelyn Fay Whiting-ton and a baby sis- ter. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Thursday, June 25, 2015 at Kerr Broth- ers Funeral Home - Main Street by Pastor Ed Davis and Bro. Chris Greene. Burial took place in Blue Grass Memorial Gardens. Visitation was 11 am-2 pm Thursday at the funeral home. #1 40 yr metal. 18 colors in stock, #1 Galvalume 25 yr starting at $1.50 per linear foot. Metal is made in our shop plus all trim for your needs. Plus cannonball track, trolle) roof boots screws, closure, EM seal and univent. Most orders can be made within 24 hours. Free quotes. We also have 5V Metal in stock. Open 7-5 Monday-Friday Open 7-12 Saturday Closed Sunday Buy Local, Buy Here! E&E Metal Roofing & Siding LLC 653 Tilton Rd. Flemingsburg, KY 41041 606-849-8620 Leave a message. 91. of Mount Sterling, passed. away June 29, 2015. He was born on December 12, 1923, to the late kanbrose A. Crump and the late Pearl Barber Crump. He was a retired farmer, a vet- eran of the Navy. in WWII, and a member of the Sugar Grove "Christian Church. He was preceded in death by his spouse, Lillie Mae Crump; his parents, Am- brose A. Crump and Pearl Barber Crump; one daugh- ter Paula Gayte Crump; two brother Charles Young Crump and Lloyd "Smokey" Crump; three sisters Farris Craycraft, Myrtle Mac Reed, and Mary MargaretTlmmpson. He is survived by two sons Clarence (Evelyn) Crump of Paris and Paul (Barbara) Crurhp of Mi. Sterling; five daughters Alma (George) McCarty of Owingsville. Opal (George) Jones of Mt. Sterling, Loretta (Mike). Barbee of Bourbon County, Debbie (Ronnie) Curtis of Bourbon Count5', Doro- thy (Steven) Pttrvis of Mt. Sterling; one brother Am- brose Crump Jr.; one sister Yvonne Richards; nineteen grandchildren; forty=five great-grandchildren; and six great-great grandchil- dren. Visitation was held on Wednesday, July 1, 2015 at Richardson Funeral Home. Funeral services will be conducted on Thursday, July 2, 2015 at 11:00am. at Richardson Funeral Home, with Reverend Terry Fr- erichs officiating. Burial in the Owingsville Cemetery. BRONDA KA4fE CROUCH i~iiiiiiiiii~i~ Bronda Kaye Crouch, 69, of 6286 South Highway 211, Salt Lick. KY passed away :Wednesday June 24. 2015 at University of Ken- tucky Medical Center in Lexington, KY. Born September 1, 1945 she was the daughter of the late Woodrow and Ma- rie Patrick Vest. Survivors include her husband,., Glen- Crouchl.: One d aughtel; I isa Gibbs of Salt Lick, KY, two sons, An- thony Watkins and Kevin Watkins both of Salt. Lick, one step-daughter, Tracie Singh of Middletown, OH, one step-son, Sean Crouch of Middletown, OH, one sister. Shirley Combs of Lexington, KY, seven grandchildren, three great- grandchildren, four step- grandchildren and two step-great grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her first husband, Ar- nold Watldns in 1987 and a son, Greg Watkins in 1986. Visitation was held at Powell Funeral Home on Sunday, June 28, 2015. Funeral services were con- ducted on Monday June 29, 2015 at Powell Funeral HOme, burial followed in Crgudi Cemetery. Obituaries are placed for free. Send obituaries to KyNe Group Bath Count" : Bringing you Bath Counb,~s News Since 1884 Keep up with all the latest news in Bath Count~l online. ~,isit our facebook page. RICHARDSON FUNERAL HOME A TraditionofExcellence The Faces of Richardson Funeral Home Virginia R. Clark "Ginny'" is a Licensed Funeral Director and Life Insurance Agent and the current man- ager of the funeral home. She is a member of the Lions Club and the Owingsville Christian Church. In her spare time she enjoys riding horses and spending time with her hus- band Louie and her children Dylan, Audrey and Lucian. Owingsville's only locally owned and operated funeral home. Located at: ~ Phone: (606)674-2922 121 E. Main St~~~ Ginny: (606)776-4453 EO. Box 68 KY 40360 of Salt Lick, KY. two sons, ' Russell Meadows, Jr. of Salt IJck. ICY and Michael Garner of Flemingsburg, K-Y, four sisters, Donna :...' i' Brashear of Olympia, KY, ": Ella Coyle of Olympia, KY, Susie Wallace of Salt Lick, KY and Amanda McMahon of Paris. KY, two Roger Becrafl and Wesley Becraft both of Salt Lick, KY and five grandchildren. In addition to his parents. he was preceded in death by two broflmrs, Roy Wade Larry D. Becraft, 57, ofBecrafl and Paul Becraff. 1786 Mudlick Road, Salt Visitation was on Satur- Lick, KY passed away sud- day, June 27, 2015 at the denly Wednesday June 24,Mudlick Church Of God. 2015 at Pikeville, K% Born Funeral services were con- October 10, 1957 he was ducted on Sunday June 28; the son of the late Sher- 2015 at Mudlick Church man and Thelma Jett Be- Of God with Rev. Mark craft. He was an employee Caldwell officiating. Burial of Swartz Mowing. Survi-followed in the Lower Salt vors include his wife, Twa- Lick Cemetery. Powell Fu- na Traylor Becraft, one neraI Home will be carhag daughter, Sherma Becraftfor arrangements. J.B. MULLINS Circle, Mt. Sterling went on to be with the Lord on Tuesday; June 30, 2015 at his residence. He was born on April 9. 1937 the son of the late Roscoe and Mary Banks Mullins. He was a mechanic, a construction worker, a member of the carpenter's Union and tim Grace Pentecostal Church. He is sttrvivedby .wife of 17 years. 77ictoria,Mul=. lins; his children,. Rwscoe "R.C." (Beth) Mulliris and Karen (Steve) Martin of .both of Jeffersonville, KY; Kenny Mullins of Lexing- ton, KY, Brenda (Buddy) Williams of Means, KY and Cathy (Dean) Hall of Frenchburg, KY; a sister. Katherine Smallwood; and brothers, Kenny Risner and Harold Baugh; eight grandchildren and seven great grandchildren also survive. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Ar- thur "Red'i Mullins; and the mother of his five clfildren, Katherine Ray Mullins; a brother, Lewis Mullins and a grandson, Josh Deskins. Funeral services will be 2 PM, Thursday, July 2, 2015 at the Jeffersonville As- selnbly of God with Revs. Tommy Evans and Paul Day officiating and burial following in the Lovely & Asnburgery Cemetery. Visitation was held on Wednesday. July 1, 2015 at the Jeffersonville Asssem- bly of God. Pallbearers will be Josh Williams, Christo- pher Mullins, Heafla Cord, Josh Clark, Buddy Wil- titans mad K. W. Sexton. Wall& ' Williff/ris; N !ams, Ierry W)a'z)ne Williams, Matthew Ray, Johnny Ray, Johnny Mar- lowe and Winfred Lykins. Taul Fnneral Homes are in charge of arrangements. There will be'no trash pickup in Menifee County Thursday, July 2 but instead will be Monday, July 6. ,O ~Compassionate, Caring,serviceTrusted 89 Slate Avenue, Owingsville, KY 40360 606-674-6345 24 hr Obit Line 606-674-8171 FLEMING COUNTY ! MONUMENT CO, LLC 15950 Morehead Rd, Wallingford, KY 41093 606-876-5174 www. LEWIS COUNTY MONUMENT Co, LLC 8402 West Kentucky 9(AA HWY) Vanceburg, KY 41179 606-796-6127 vvww./ =. and Bethany Harmon Find us on Facebook!