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Bath County News-Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper July 28, 2010 3 Betty Ellen Endlcofl Humphrey Terry Lee Martin Betty Ellen Endicott Humphrey, 39, of Saw- mill Road, Jeffersonville passed away, Friday, July 23, 2010 in Mt. Sterling. She was born in Sandy Hook, Kentucky on De- cember 15, 1970 the daughter of Lonnie Jesse Endicott and and Edith Price. She was a truck driver for Rock Trucking and attended the Pine Grove Church. Terry 53, of Road, tack. Davis was born in Flemingsburg, Feb 21, 1948 to the late Arthur William "P.I." Tumey and Alice Hardey Tumey of Ewing, Ky. Davis was a retired farmer and avid NASCAR Fan. David is survived by his mother, Alice Hartley Tumey and his wife, Judy Waldron Tumey of Wil- liamsburg, Ohio and three Lee Martin, children Angel (Manuel) Camargo-Levee Hunt of Carlisle, Dwayne Jeffersonville, Tumey of Cynthiana, Ky. She is survived by one Kentucky passed away and David (Jessica)Tu- son, Bryan Thomas King Saturday, July 24, 2010 mey of Cynthiana, Ky. 2 of Jeffersonville, KY; two at the St. Joseph-Mt, daughters, Ashley Nicole Sterling Hospital. He King of Jeffersonville, ICY was born in Montgomery and Sarah King of Paris, KY; her mother, Edith Price of Mt. Sterling and her father, Lonnie Jesse Endicott of Toledo,OH; one brother, Lonnie Ray Endicott of Mt. Sterling; one sister, Maggie Ann Becraft of Means, KYand He is survived by his son, Brady Luers. Also one grandchild, Kadie mother, Ida Mac Martin surviving are two broth- Lynne Anderson. of Jeffersonville, Ix-Y; one Funeral services were 3 PM, Monday, July 26, 2010 at the Taul Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. step-children, Lisa (Joe) Waters and Rob (Tammy) Parks both of Batavia, County,Kentucky on No- Ohio. 5 grandchildren, vember 19, 1956 the son Dakota and Dallas Hunt, of Ida Mac Willoughby Austin Tumey, Alex and Martin and the late Del- Katie Tumey and step bert Martin. He was a grandchildren Heather, construction worker and Tiffany and Joey Waters the widower of Sandra and Jacob and Nicholas Rawlins Martin. Parks, One great grand- ers, Barry (Joyce) Tumey daughter, Terina Nicole and William "Bob" Tumey Martin of Jeffersonville, of Fairview, three sisters, KY; four step children, Geneva (Estill)Helphin- Melinda Beth Quick, stine of Fairview, Donna Gary Evans officiating.Cody Allen Lamb, Arlyn(Jeff) Boles of Bethel, Ky. ....... Douglas Brock all of Mt. and Sue Tumey of Fair- FalTiS Manley Br|erley ] Sterling and Kevin Neal view. And a host of nieces Farris Manley Brierley Willoughby of Jefferson- age 84 of Owingsville, Ky ville, KY; two brothers, died on July 24, 2010. Donald Martin and Timo- She was a homemaker, thy Martin both of Jeffer- active member of Senior sonville, KY; Citizens and was born on six sisters, Carolyn Wil- May 30, 1926 to Claude loughby of Jeffersonville, Manley and Lillie Buck- KY, Brenda Willoughby ler Manley. of Mt. Sterling, Linda An Immediate Survivors derson of Jefferson- are two daughters Phyllis ville, KY, Kathy McCarty (Jimmy) Penick of Pres- of Mt. Sterling, Mona ton and Peggy (Charlie) Martin and Tina Brooks Adkins of Owingsville. both Jeffersonville, KY; One brother Conway one granddaughter, O1- Manley, 1 step-brother ivia Shiann Martin also J.C. Manley; two half sis- survives. ters Louise McCarty and Funeral services will be Mary Agnes M6Carty; 11 AM, Tuesday, July 27, 5 grandchildren and 7 2010 at the Taul Funeral great-grandchildren also Home Chapel with Revs. survive. Tommy Evans and Scott She was preceded in Barnes officiating and death by her husband burial following in the Henry Caywood Brierly, Martin Cemetery. Pall- one son of Bobby Nelson bearers will be Austin Jo- Brierley, two brothers seph, Jessie Willoughby, A.G. Manley and Morgan Owen "Wayne Rawlins, "RoosteF' Manley, one Christopher Snelling, sister Betty Clay and two Archie McCarty, David great grandsons. Tipton, Ricky Brooks Funeral services are on and Cody Lamb. Hon- Wednesday at the Ow- orary pallbearers were ingsville United Meth- Roy Powell, Eric Foster, odist Church with Rev. Larry Tipton, Eddie Wil- Larry Penix and Rev. Bob loughby, Darrell Barnett, Ray officiating. Burial Owen Rawlins, and Jeff time. will be at the Owingsville Willoughby. Cemetery. Richardson Funeral David Franklin Tumey Home was in charge of David Franklin Tumey, arrangements, www.rich- 62 of Williamsburg, Ohio ardsonfh.com, passed by July 23, 2010 in Manchester, Ohio of an apparent heart at- and nephews. Funeral services were held Wednesday at Price Bros. Funeral in Eliza- ville, Ky. with Rev. John Conley officiating. Buri- al was in the Elizaville Cemetery. Robert Boyer Sanford Robert Boyer San- ford, 65, of Olympia, died Wednesday af- ternoon, July 7, at St. Claire Regional Medical Center. He was born September 6, 1944 in Louisville, tothe late John and Mary Rose Sanford. Mr. Sanford was a retired insurance salesman, he moved into the Lykins Board- ing Home in Olympia eight years ago from Hazard. Survivors include; one uncle, John Baker of Dayton, Ohio and a special friend Edna Lykins. A cremation has taken place and there are no services at this Arrangements under the direct care of Coff- man Mortuary Parlor in Mt. Sterling, Ky. 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Go to http://www.facebook.com/l/Oea58;www. bathcountyreunion.blogspot.com to pay ahead, $15 per adult if paying at the door. How about getting a sitter and having a night out just for the grown-ups! *PAYING THROUGH PAYPAL WILL NOT BE ACCESSIBLE UNTIL MAY 26th. YOUR PAYMENT WILL ACT AS CONFIRMATION THAT YOU ARE ATTENDING SO NEED TO RSVP. PLEASE MAKE PAYMENTS NO LATER THAN AUGUST 14, 2010. *IF YOU CHOOSE TO PAY AT THE DOOR, PLEASE RSVP TO bathcountyreunion90_99@yahoo, com AND ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ARE WELCOME THERE AS WELL First Monday Monthly Sharpsburg City Council meets monthly on the second Monday of every month at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall. Second Monday Monthly Owingsville City Council meets monthly on the second Monday of every month at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall. The Bath Fourth Tuesday Monthly County Board of Education meets on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. at the Annex Building. Fourth Wednesday Monthly Nicholas County Diabetes Support Group will meet on the fourth Wednesday of every month at the Senior Citizens Center at 9 a.m. For more info contact Chrissy Culderson at 859-234-8750. Parks And Recreation Board meets the fourth Wednesday of every month at City Hall at 6:30 p.m. Bath County Youth Soccer will be having Adult soccer signup and please contact Kirk Thibodeaux at 336-1378 or Jerry Conn at 336-8277. Got a news story? Do you have a neighbor or do you know a person in the community that would qualify to be a hometown hero candidate? If so, call Melissa or Charles at 859-289-6425 e If you are a student, we have an account for you. CALL HERITAGE MCGEHEE I NSU RANCE See any of our New Account Officers at any of our three convenient locations. Don't go back to school without it. 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