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July 22, 2021 - 3 News Outlook Newspaper RHODA GOODPASTER STEVE KODIE AMYX BOBBIE JENA HADDIX Mrs. Rhoda Goodpas— husband, Rob; Ashley Good- Arnyx (Shelbyville, KY). your life a nuke better, Her ter, age 92, of Winchester, passed away Tuesday, at Clark Regional Medical Cen- ter in Winchester. She was born in Bath County, Ken- tucky on October 26, 1928 to the late Charlie Withrow and Nellie Craig Withrow. Rhoda worked as an aide at Owingsville Elemen- tary for several years and also worked with the Adult Education Program in the county. She loved quilting, bingo and playing games. Rhoda was an avid UK bas- ketball fan and loved to go camping. Traveling was Something that she enjoyed so much. She was blessed to have been in every state except Hawaii. She loved to see the different places and make memories will her family Rhoda was said to be hilarious! She had Such a fun loving personality. She was happy, joyous and a free hu- man being. She enjoyed life and loved her family dearly. Rhoda had a kind heart and a contagious laughter. She will be dearly missed by all those she leaves behind. She is survived by two sons, Jim Goodpaster and his wife, Connie; Eddie Goodpaster; one daughter, Wretha Goodpaster; four grandchildren, Tina Ever- man, Jason Goodpaster and his wife, Amanda; Jessica Goodpaster Pedigo and her paster Wilson and her hus- band, Lance; thirteen great grandchildren; eight great great grandchildren; a host of special friends at Sterling Meadows and Rosemary Brooks Place. In addition .to her parents, she was preced- ed in death by her husband, Claude L Goodpaster; one brother, Floyd Withrow; one sister, Eula Toy; one grand- daughter Gina Goodpaster Rogers and one daughter in law, Ginny Goodpaster. Visi- tation was held on Thursday, July 15 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. at Richardson Funeral Home. Funeral service was held on Friday, July 16 at 11:00 am. in the chapel of the Richardson Funeral Home with Reverend Low- ell Rice, *Reverend Harold Mason Goodpaster, Rever- end Tim Cole and Reverend Jamie Hendricks officiating. Burial followed in the Polks- ville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Tyler Asbury, Lance Wilson, Jon -Claude Hender- son, Jacob Everman, Robert Clark, Jason Goodpaster, Chase Goodpaster, Robbie Adams, Michael Wells, Paul Teague and Rob Pedigo. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to Bluegrass Parkinson's Al- liance PO. Box 4424 Lexing- ton KY 40544. Richardson Funeral Home is caring for all arrangements. MARY M. “PUDDIN” ENIMONS Mrs. Mary M. "Puddin" Emmons, 78, of the Hill- top Community in Fleming County, Kentucky, passed away Wednesday, July 14, 2021 at the University of Kentucky Chandler Medi- cal Center in Lexington, Kentucky. She was born on August 25, 1942 in Nicho- las County, Kentucky, to the late Emrie Denton and Pauline McIlvain Flora. "Puddin" as she was af— fectionately known was a homemaker and helped on the farm. She enjoyed reading, cooking, going out to eat, talking on the phone with her friends and spend- ing time with her family, es- pecially her grandchildren. She was a member of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses and was a Gold Star Family Member. In ad- dition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Lester Em- mons, who passed away on August 26, 2008. Survi- vors include her children, Allen Emmons of Dales- burg, Kentucky, Leslie Adams (David) of Fleming County, Kentucky, Renee Cassidy (Mike) and Faye Cline (Terry) all of Bath County, Kentucky, two brothers, James "Skunk" Flora of Richmond, Ken- tucky and Jeffrey "Slick" Flora of Nicholas County, Kentucky, twelve grand- children and twenty great- grandchildren. Also, nieces, nephews, other rel- atives and friends. Funeral services were conducted at 11:00 AM. Saturday, July 17, 2021 in the chapel of the Michael R. Gray Funer- al Home in Flemingsburg with Rev. Lowell Rice of- ficiating. Burial was in the Elizaville Cemetery. Visi- tation was after 6:00 PM. Friday at the funeral home. Pallbearers were Matthew Adams, Stephanie Robin- son, Tyler Roberts, Dustin Thomas, Brian Thomas and Jessica Thomas. Hon- orary pallbearers were Ashley Moore, Emma Ad- ams, Jeannie Radar, Dale Emmons, Janice Mahar and Mignon Rucker. The Michael R. Gray Funeral Home, 405 South Main Cross Street, Flemings- burg, Kentucky 41041 cared for all arrangements. To View the online memori- al and sign the guest book, please visit www.mrgfuner- alhome.com. 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 i Looking for a plan? We have several options to choose from Retirement, 401 K Roll, IRA, Investments, Life and Final Expenses, Disability, LTCi and Cancer Plans Nate Allison Financial 859-473-5116 [nallison66@gmail. com Over 30 years experience No cost analysis . ,1; m. Steve Kodie Amyx, 69, of Kentucky, passed away July 18th at his home in the lov- ing arms of his family. Steve was born to Kodie and Lou- ise (Price) Arnyx on April 11, 1952, in Detroit Michi- gan. Steve is survived by his loving wife of 50 years, Robin (Lenoir) Amyx, Four children, Jim and Tracey Heslip (Owosso, MD, John Kodie Arnyx (Owingsville, KY), Klayton and Jil Amyx (W ilrnore, KY), Kenny and Jessica Mahrley (Brighton, MI). Ten grandchildren: Kayleena (Nick) Whalen, Jackie (Conner) Drake, Rachel (Cameron) Wilson, Skye Amyx, Laci Amyx, Klayton Rocco II Amyx, Austin Steve Amyx, Olivia Mahrley, Titus Mahrley and Alaina Joy Mahrley. And five great-grandchil- dren: James, Grant, Simon, Gemma and Landon. Two brothers and a sister, Terry and Garnett Amyx (Salyers- Steve settled in Hartland, MI where he became distin- guished in the die welding business; eventually travel- ing to Japan to educate oth- ers on the trade and even going on to start up his own die welding business in Shelbyville, Kentucky, where he and his family put down roots in Bagdad, Ky. After a decline in health, Steve traded the welding mask for a tractor and be- gan tobacco farming. When that became too much, Steve and Robin downsized to a small town in eastern Kentucky, where he and Robin fell in love with the community/Scenery. Steve was very exceptional when it came to music and he played many instruments by ear. Over the years Steve had several hobbies that he used to specifically connect with those he loved. Guns, instruments, music, mo- torcycles, coins, hunting, farming, landscaping, clas- sic cars, tractors, politics, and many more...His sons (which include his sons-in- law) were his best friends and he adored his wife, daughters, and grandchil- dren. Steve was a very hum- ble man who never met a stranger. Whether you were a neighbor, a banker, or a homeless man.....he was simply a friend to many. He ville, KY), Sharon and Ven- .will be greatly missed by all cil Helton (Shelbyville, KY) who love and knew him. and Daniel and Earlene TERRANCE “TERRY” HIGHLEY Mr. Terrance "Terry" High— ley, age 69 of Owingsville, passed away Monday at St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington. He was born to Calvin High- ley and Emma Craig on Au- gust 16, 1951 in Montgomery County. Terry was a construe-- tion worker from an early age and started his own company, Highley Construction, 30 years ago. Previous to that, he drove his own truck for about 12 years, traveling all across the United States, giving his son a chance to see many places. He loved the western channel and all John Wayne movies. Terry enjoyed Nascar races but really loved to watch his son race on the dirt tracks and asphalt tracks. He was a family man that loved his boys and grandchildren more than anything. He was a simple, humble man that loved to help others but wanted to do so pri- 2390 Bypass Rd, 606-876-51 74 HARMON MONUM Owners: Derek and Bethany Harmon ‘ FLEMING COUNTY MONUMENT $0., LLC Flemingsburg, KY 41041 Find us on Facebook! Harmon Monuments vately.'In 1985, he became a Scoutrnaster for BSA Troop 222. His passion was helping the boy scouts. He loved to be , a part of this organization and changed many lives during 'r his time. He earned Citizen of the Year award as well as Vol- unteer of the Year. Terry was a man of few words but he , made an impact on everyone he came in contact with. He will be misSed dearly by his loving family and friends that he leaves behind. He is sur- vived by'his loving wife, Deb- ra Highley; his mother, Emma Highley; two sons, Phillip and his wife Ashley; Jason and his wife, Tabitha; his fur baby, Wheezer; one brother, Eric and his wife Carolyn; one sis- ter, Lisa Bryant and her hus— band, Jeff; five grandchildren, A.J. Garrison, Arya Jadon Highley, Shealyn Paige High- ley, Piper Maxine Highley and Donovan Michael Highley; a host of special friends, nieces and nephews. In addition to his father, he was preceded in. death by one sister, Deborah ' Visitation Denise Knowles. will be held on Saturday, July 24 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm; at Richardson Funeral Home. A memorial service will begin at 3:00 pm. in the chapel of the . Richardson Funeral Home with Reverend Gary Boyd of-‘ ficiating. Richardson Funeral Home is caring for all arrangements. ENTS 121E. Main St. Owin‘gsville, KY . 40360 p , 606-074-2922 Continuinga Tradition of Excellent Service Our caring staff is here to help you Cathy Richardson - Owner Ginny Richardson Clark - Co-Owner/Licensed Embalmer/Funeral Director/Insurance Agent Gary Boyd Licensed Funeral Director Crystal Montjoy Day - Level 2 Apprentice Funeral Director Kenneth Lewis - Level 2 Apprentice Funeral Director/ . Embalmer 1 Brent Richardson - Licensed Embalmer/Funeral Director . A limb has fallen from our family tree. Our hearts are aching, but heaven is one star brighter. The most beau- tiful person in the world has gone home to Jesus. Bobbie Jean Haddix was born on Thursday, November 2, 1950 - and died Thursday, July 15, 2021. The birth and death of Bobbie Jean, however, is not as relevant as all the days and nights that she lived be- tween those two dates. She lived a happy life so today we celebrate the dash between the day she entered and left it. She was a devoted daugh- ter, an energetic teenager, a loving wife, a comfort- ing mother, a grandmother called Honey, that without complaint spoiled her grand- children and, a wonderful sister. She met the love of her life, Mike, in her thir- teenth summer while visiting her aunt and uncle. She pro- claimed the day she met him that she was going to marry him and when she set her mind to something, nothing was going to get in her way. Fifty-seven years, one child, two grandsons and two step granddaughters later just goes to show that true love does exist She loved the Lord, her family, sixties mu- sic, art, photography, sew- ing, baking, tea parties with her sisters and watching her grandsons play ball. There were no buildings named after her, no monuments erected in her honor, but if you knew her, she-made moral insight and strength of character will live on forever. She is proceeded in death by her parents, Bob and Do— ris Duncan and her in-laws, Bill and Elizabeth Haddix. Left behind to carry on her legacy is her husband of fifty years, Mike Haddix of Mt. Sterling, her greatest accom- plishment, her son, Christo- pher Haddix, (Linda) of Mt. Sterling, her pride and joy in life, her grandsons, Will Haddix and Harrison Had- dix of Mt Sterling, two step granddaughters, Madeline Hatton and Sophie Hatton of Mt. Sterling and her brother- in-law, Randy Haddix, Chilli- cothe, Ohio. She was born the oldest of five children and her siblings, Manuel Duncan, Mt. Sterling, Janie Jones, (Bobby), Owingsville, Mary Ann Petitt, (Millard), Sharpsburg and Doris Rene Potter, (Tony), Mt. Sterling also survive. She also leaves behind a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles. Though her body was frail and tired, her spirit was full of grateful apprecia- tion to be able to draw anoth- er determined breath every second she was graced on earth. She lived life to the fullest through simple plea- sures and was happy to leave when the Lord called her into his eternal care. Fam- ily, friends and others whose lives Bobbie Jean touched were invited to visitation on Monday, July 19, 2021 from 10:00AM 12:00PM to remi- nisce, grieve, support each other, and of course, just chat. Funeral services were Monday, July 19, 2021 at 12:00PM. Both were held at Gateway Christian Church, Mt. Sterling. Pastor Glenn Emery officiating. Private family committal followed. Guestbook at: www.coffrnan- funeralcom Arrangements under the direct care of Coff- man Funeral Home & Cre- matory. Business for Sale - Ezel, Morgan Co Convenience store with gas. Selling real estate and inventory. Call Philip Lawson 606 768 3583 «Lawson'Ral Estate Inc. Serving Your Real Estate Needs for Over 40 Years! 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Sunday: 12:00 p.m.—6:00 p.m. Monday: 12:00 pm. -dusk Tuesday: 12:00 p.m.-dusk Wednesday: 12:00 p.m.—dusk Thursday:'12:00 p.m. - dusk Friday: 12:00 p.m.-12:00 am. Saturday: 10:00 a.m.-1:00 am. Holiday Mondays: 10:00 a.m.-dusk I/we hereby certify that I/we am/are of good moral character, that I/we will obey the laws of the state in carrying on this business, and that I/we have not been convicted in Kentucky of maintaining a public nuisnance in Kentucky within two Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th day of June, 2021. Notary Public, State at Large or County Clerk Hearing date and time set by County Judge Executive Published in the Bath. County‘News-omlaok 07.22.21 Michael Gray Funeral Home Compassionate, 89 Slate Avenue, Owingsville, KY 40360 o 606-674-6345 a www.mrgfh.com o 24 hr Obit Line 606-674—8171 IDit5981 79 Caring, Trusted Service