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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper July 05, 2012 - 3 OBITUARIES RAYMOND LITTLE DOROTHY MAE SCOTr MCCLURG MICHAEL WAYNE MARTIN Raymond Little, 95 of Tarr Ridge Road, Frenchburg, passed away Sunday, July 1 in the Edgewood Estate Nursing Home after a brief illness. He was born Septem- ber 2,1916 in Mariba, son of the late Asa Lit- fie, Sr and Kila Ledford Little. He served in the Army Air Forces during W.W.II. He was a retired truck driver and a mem- ber of the Beaver Lodge #505 F&AM, French- burg. He was preceded in death by one daugh- ter, Victoria Little and a brother, Asa R. Little, Jr. Surviving are his wife, Ruby Jean Banfield Lit- fie, Tarr Ridge Rd.; one daughter, Nancy Rafliff, Frenchburg; three sons, Johnny Little of Wel- lington, Tommy Little of Frenchburg, and Tim & (Tiely) Little of Jeffer- sonville; and two sisters, Edith Wells and Dixie Gray of Frenchburg; one brother, Jack Little of Co- lumbus, Ohio; and eight grandchildren & twelve great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Tuesday, July 3, at Menifee Home For Fu- nerals with Rev. Alan Ratliff officiating. Burial was in the Lovelace Cem- etery, Frenchburg. Masonic Rites con- ducted by Beaver Lodge #505 F&AM, French- burg. Military Graveside Rites conducted by Mor- gan Co. D.A.V. Chapter # 132. EVERETt LEE WAGES Everett Lee Wages, 82, of Owingsville, died Tuesday morning, June 26, at Ridgeway Nurs- ing and Rehabilitation Facility. He was born April 17, 1930 in Mont- gomery County to the late Sebert and Lucy Wages. Everett was a Mont- gomery County native; he was a farmer, loved to fish and trade horses. Survivors include; three sons, Mike Wag- Call Jeremiah for all your advertising needs at 859-473- Both accounts have no minimunl balance tees. Both accounts offer all unlimited nulnber of deposits. Both accounts require that you have an electronic deposit or another electronic transaction to or from this account monthly. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON OUR NO FEE ACCOUNTS CONTACT ANY OF OUR NEW ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVES 4465 es (Wanda), Larry Wages (Virginia) all of Mt. Sterling and Gary Wages (Linda) of Bath County; two daughters, Judy Crouch (Shirley) of Bath County and Sue Carpenter of Mt. Sterling; one sister, Ida Shepard of Mt. Sterling; eleven grandchildren, and several great grand- children. Everett was preced- ed in death by his wife Anna Barnes Wages; and three sons, Bruce Wages, Troy Wages, and Delbert Wages. Funeral services were Thursday, June 28, 2012 at Queen Street Chris- tian Fellowship. Burial followed at the Lovely- Amburgey Cemetery, with Brother Keith Wil- loughby officiating. Arrangements under the direct care of Coff- man Mortuary Parlor. \\; i Dorothy Mae Scott McClurg, age 75, of Moores Flat Road, More- head, Kentucky, passed away Saturday, June 30, 2012, at St. Claire Re- gional Medical Center in Morehead. She was born June 1, 1937, in Eskdale, West Virginia, a daughter of Alice Ingle Scott of Morehead, Kentucky, and Claude Scott, who passed away March 12, 1988. She was also pre- ceded in death by her husband, Forest Glenn McClurg, on September 16, 1997, and daughter- in-law, Carol Jean Pre- witt McClurg, on June 25, 2012. In addition to her mother, Dorothy is sur- vived by three sons, Zach McClurg and wife Pam of passed away Tuesday, June 26. He was a Bath County native. He was born August 26, 1942 to Warren Milliner and Eliza Purvis. Billie was a Veteran of the US Army. I llomprehend. Inc. ".l#imJ You Pmt. Pieces l"JmOmt" Providing Comprehensive Behavioral Health, Substance Abuse, Crisis and Intellectual/Developmental Disability Services Serving: Bracken - Fleming- Lewis - Mason - Robertson 888-328-0470 / 606-564-4016 www.comprehendinc.org Hill'lop ./N.,',.in 9 & l,kabilH'o'Hon Ridgeway N-"slr, O & l,k,:,bilH'oHon Colonial l,-s.I. Ho., mdgeway N.ursil? & Rehabilitafipn Fac"  in w- ingsville we are. currenuy looking tor: DIRECTOR OF NURSING The Director of Nursing is responsible for manage- ment of the nursing services department of this 60-bed skilled nursing facility. Applicant must posses, strong leadership., management, and organizational skills. Complete benefits package incluaing health, dental, 40i(k), and more. Pleasesend resume to Ridgeway Nursing & Rehabilitation, PO Box 560, Owings-ville, KY 40360. EOE. Ridgeway Nursing & Rehabilitation 406 Wyoming Road, Owingsvflle, Kentucky 40360 phone:. 606-674-6613. someone like you said "yes" to organ donation. Now, Levi is a happy 3-year-old. He loves to Kentucky Ctrmit Court Clerks run, jump and swim. TRUST o Please give $1.00 LIFE  promote organ  ,,: donation when you -Lr "': www.trusfforlifeorg renew your driver's 866-945-5433 ficense. ',* ,r,se Hillsboro, Kentucky, Or- ville Glenn McClurg and wife Elizabeth of More- head, Kentucky, and Kenneth Ray McClurg, of Morehead, Kentucky; five grandchildren, and 2 great grandchildren. Other survivors in- clude three sisters, Pat Amburgey of Dade City, Florida, Lydia Montgom- ery of Morehead, Ken- tucky, and Betty Riddle and husband Tony of Owingsville, Kentucky; two brothers, James Leon Scott and wife Mar- sha and Allen Wayne Scott, all of Morehead, Kentucky; many nieces and nephews; other rela- tives; and friends. Dorothy retired from Morehead State Univer- sity after 22 years of ser- vice in the Housekeep- ing Department. She was a member of Salt Lick Free Will Baptist Church. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday, July 3, at Northcutt & Son Home for Funerals Me- morial Chapel with Pas- tor Andy Lands officiat- ing. Burial followed in Brown Cemetery. BILLIE DEE PURVIS Billie is survived by his wife, Crystal Bussell of Irvine and stepdaugh- ter, Kaydance Busse!l of Irvine. He was preceded in death by his parents, Warren Milliner and Eli- za Purvis. Memorial services were held Friday, June 29, at the Richie Hunt Funeral Home with Rev. Lowell Rice officiating. Richie Hunt Funeral Home in charge of ar- rangements. ael Wayne Mar- tin," 30, of Mt. Sterling, died Friday evening, June 29, 2012 in Clark County to a storm re- lated accident. He was born August 4, 1981 in Lexington to Garry and Betty Martin. Michael was a Mont- gomery County native, a farmer and previously at- tended Donaldson Road Baptist Church. Michael enjoyed fishing, UK bas- ketball and football. He will be dearly missed by his family and friends. Survivors include; his twin children, Zachary and Zoe Dey of Jeffer- sonville; his father and mother, Garry "Mick" and Betty Martin of Mt. Sterling; one brother, Cody Martin of Mt. Ster- ling; two sisters, April Martin of Mt. Sterling and his twin, Michelle Martin of Mt. Sterling; maternal grandmother, Ada Martin of Mt. Ster- ling; one nephew, Da- kota Martin from Mt. Sterling; one niece, Alexis Johnson from Mt. Sterling and numerous aunts, uncles and cous- ins. Michael was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Charles and Frances Markland and his maternal grand- father, Everett Martin. In lieu of flowers, the family request that do- nations be made to the "Make A Wish Foun- dation" 2545 Farmers Drive, Suite 300, Co- lumbus, Ohio 43235 and "St. Jude Children's Re- search Hospital" 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, Tennessee, 38105. Funeral services were Tuesday, July 3, at the Jeffersonville Assembly of God. Burial followed at the Machpelah Ceme- tery. Pastor Robbie Conn officiated. Arrangements under the direct care of Coff- man Mortuary Parlor. Send your news and photos to cecil@kynewsgroup.com - ' Life can throw i ! curveballs UJ',I e=a haln.. 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