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News Outlook August 05, 2021, - 3 OBITUARIES RUBY DILEY IAYNE Ruby Dilley Layne, age 75, of Mt. Sterling, KY and formerly of Tarr Ridge Rd., Frenchburg, KY passed away Tuesday, July 27, 2021 in Lexington, KY at her sister’s Robyn & Don Heston home after a brief illness. She was born Au- gust 6,1945 in Circleville, Ohio to Forrest Dilley and Dorothy Louise Kerns Ar— nett. Ruby was one of J eho— vah's Witness and member of Kingdom Hall, Mt. Ster- ling, KY. Surviving are one son, Jack Bradley John- son (Susan) of Kimbolton, Ohio. Two grandchildren, Brandon Johnson (Brit- tanY), Sheri Kitsmiller. Two great-grandchildren, Oliver and Ellis Johnson. Three sisters, Robyn Hes- ton (Don) of Lexington, KY. Rose Karshner of Kingston, Ohio, and Susan Culp (Darmy) of Worthing- ton, Ohio. Three brothers, Lee Dilley (Katie), Wendell Arledge, Randy ‘ Arledge all of Lancaster, Ohio. Special friends, Francis Layne, Scott & Sandy Bur- chett, Iinda & Bob Turner, and Her Beloved Maggie Smith. She was preceded in death by her parents, Forrest Dilley & Dorothy Louise Kerns Arnett, her husband Landon Layne and two brothers. Funeral services were conducted on Friday, July 30, 2021 at Menifee Home For Funer- als with Bro. Dennis Flan- nery officiating. Interment in the Hess Cemetery, Tarr Ridge Rd., Frenchburg, KY. Visitation was held prior to funeral services on Friday at Menifee Home For Funerals, Frenchburg, KY, Randy Halsey, Funeral Director. Pallbearers 'are friends and famin In lieu of flowers donations are suggested to St. Jude's Children Hospital, If you want to mail a donation, please send checks or money orders (please no cash) to: ALSAC/St. Jude Children's Research Hos- pital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105 MENNO G. GIROD Menno G. Girod, age 20, passed away at his home, surrounded by his loving family He was born on March 11, 2001 in Berne, Indiana to Samuel W. Girod and Josephine Schwartz Girod. He was a kind young man with a loving heart. He will be missed dearly by those who loved him. In addition to his par- ents, he is survived by two brothers, Daniel and Samuel Girod and four sisters, Emma, Maryann, Rachel and Martha Girod. He was preceded in death by three brothers, David, Stephen and Jonathan Gi- rod and one sister, Barbara Girod. Visitation was held on Saturday July 31, 2021 and Sunday, August 1, 2021 at the home of Samuel and Josephine Girod. Funeral services were held on Monday, August 2, 2021 with burial following in the Garland Hollow Cemetery in Means, Kentucky. Ar- rangements were under the care of Richardson Fu- neral Home. LOIS EVELYN BURTON Lois Evelyn Burton, 75, of Mt Sterling, Kentucky, passed away Monday, Au- gust 2, 2021. I Survivors include, two daughters; Lesa Robinson (left) of Bethel, Kentucky and Cynthiana Robertson (Clifton) of Olympia, Ken- tucky, two sons; Robert Burton and Randell Bur- ton both of Salt Lick, Ken- tucky, three sisters; An- nette Standifer (Cecil) of Owingsville, Betty Arnett of Salyersville, Kentucky and Emmogene Vancamp of North Judson, Indiana Kentuc Accessto ustice Commission receives grant to provide legal he p‘ to 1nd1v1 uals m treatment for substance use disorder and one brother Dairel Minix (Sue) of Salyersville, Kentucky, fifteen grand- children and six great grandchildren. Funeral Services will be conducted at 11:00 AM Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at the Mudlick First Church of God will be from 6-9 PM Tuesday. I , The Michael R. Gray Funeral Home, 89 Slate Avenue, Owingsville, Ken- tucky 40360 is caring for all the arrangements for Lois Evlyn Burton. PILOT PROGRAM TO STARTIN BATH, BOYD COUNTIES Thanks to a generous fed- eral grant, the Kentucky Ac- cess to Justice Commission has funding to launch a pilot project of the Legal Assis- tance in Treatment program. LAT will identify individuals with unresolved civil legal issues who are in residential treatment for substance use disorder and link them with attorneys before they leave the clinical setting. Civil legal issues are non- criminal, such as housing/ evictions, govermnent ben- efits, family law matters and domestic violence. The pilot project will serve Bath and Boyd counties in Northeast- ern Kentucky. “Unresolved legal issues can create stress, distrac- tions and entanglements that impede treatment and jeopardize recovery,” KAJC Executive Director Glenda Harrison said. “Providing le- gal assistance to individuals in treatment will be another service integrated into their continuum of care. The Ken- tucky Access to Justice Com- mission is pleased to partner with the Kentucky Justice & Public Safety Cabinet on this important project.” The Kentucky Justice & Public Safety Cabinet's Grants Management Divi- sion applied for and will administer the $326,195 grant from COSSAP — the Comprehensive Opioid and Stimulant Substance Abuse Program. The grant will run from July 1, 2021, to Sept. 30, 2022. The KAJC is also collabo rating with Addiction Recov- ery Care, which is based in Louisa, Ky., and operates a network of more than 30 ad- diction treatment centers in 16 Eastern and Central Ken— tucky counties. As the lead Notice The Bath County Fiscal Court approved the Annual Treasurer’s Settlement at the July 27, 2021 special called meeting. The Fiscal Court voted to publish the finan— cial pages of the audit in lieu of the full Treasurer’s Settlement. A copy of the full settlement is available for inspection at the County Judge Executive’s office during regular oflice hours. Julie Cline Bath County Treasurer This advertisement was paid for by the Bath County Fiscal Court using tax dollars in the amount of 532. Published in the Bath County News-Outlook 08.04.21 Powell Funeral Home — Robbie Powell - Funeral Director _ www. oweIlfhsaItIick.com 39 Main Street - PO Box 294 Salt Lick, KY 40371 Office: 606-683-2871 - Fax: 606-683-5221 owe/lfunera/homemail. com 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 g Warm Over 30 years experience No cost analysis organization for the project, the KAJC will be responsible for implementing, evaluating and reporting the grant. The project will be staffed by two full-time paralegals who will serve as commu- nity legal resource coordina- tors. The coordinators will conduct legal screenings in residential treatment centers in Bath and Boyd counties. After the legal screening, the client will be referred to a legal aid program or other available legal resources. The coordinators will also provide referrals to com- munity services and other non—legal resources when appropriate. “Glenda Harrison and Nan Hanley of the Kentucky Ac- cess to Justice Commission have done an exemplary job of writing for this COSSAP Grant,” said Justice Michelle M. Keller, who chairs the Kentucky Access to Justice Commission. “Additionally, then-Secretary Mary Noble (retired Supreme Court justice) and her staff at the Justice Cabinet offered in- valuable guidance, and ulti- mately, approval. Kentucky owes them all a debt of grati- tude. The commission is already hard at work imple- menting the mission of the grant to provide vital access to the legal system for our fellow Kentuckians in treat- ment and recovery.” While IAT’s primary fo- cus is to provide direct civil legal services to clients in treatment, the project’s part- ners are also positioned to promote policy changes that can benefit clients as they leave treatment and reenter the workforce. COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY CLAUDETTE FAUDERE BATH COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK Notice of Final Settlements filed in Bath District Court: Name of Estate: Paul Spivey Name of Executor/Administrator: Michael Spivey Date Filed: 7-23-21 Any exceptions to Final Settlements must be filed within 30 days from date said settlement. s/Claudette Faudere Bath County Circuit Clerk Published in the Bath County News-Outlook on 08.05.21 HARMON MONUM_E__§ Owners: Derek and Bethany. Harmon FLEMING COUNTY MONUMENT CO. LLC 2390 Bypass Rd, Flemingsburg, KY 41041 ' 606-876-5174 Find us on Facebookl Harmon Monuments 121 E. Main St. Owingsville, KY 40360 606-674-2922 Continuing a Tradition of Excellent Service ‘ Our caring staff is here to help you Cathy Richardson Owner Ginny Richardson Clark - Co-Owner/Lioensed Embalmer/Funeral Director/Insurance Agent Gary Boyd - Licensed Funeral Director Crystal Montjoy Day - Level 2Apprentice Funeral Director Kenneth Lewis - Level 2 Apprentice Funeral Director/ Embalmer Brent Richardson - Licensed Embalmer/Funeral Director FRANCES LOUISE PURVIS MCKINLEY Frances Louise Purvis McKinley, 81, of Mt. Ster- ling, Kentucky, passed away Friday, July 23, 2021 at her home. She was born April 11, 1940 in Bath Coun- ty, Kentucky, to the late Robert Purvis and Mary Davis Purvis. Frances was a member of the Gateway Christian Church in Mt. Sterling. She was a home- maker who enjoyed doing word searches, cooking, reading, traveling and mak- ing candy for her beloved family In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her_husband of 54 years, Richard McKin- ley, three brothers, Don- ‘ ald Purvis, Charles Purvis and Robin Purvis and one sister, Lillian Susie Sex- ton. Survivors include two daughters, Annette McKin- ley Risner (Glenn) and Lisa McKinley both of Mt. Sterling, two sons, Richard McKinley (Kim) of Miam- isburg, Ohio and Daniel McKinley (Brigette) of Mt. Sterling, four sisters, Mary Bostic, Maxine Bus- sell, Jackie Bussell all of Owingsville and Nola Campbell (Elmo) of Lex- Funeral services Purvis (Laura) of Carlisle, Kentucky, eight grand- children, Tyler McKinley, Travis McKinley, Cody McKinley, Billy Rudd, Ben Rudd (Sarah), Dylan McKinley, Riley McKinley and Von McKinley, three great-grandchildren, Car- son Rudd, Morgan Rudd and Lincoln Rudd and sev- eral nieces and nephews. were conducted at 1:00 PM. Tuesday, July 27,‘ 2021 in the chapel of the Michael R. Gray Funeral Home in Owingsville with Richard McKinley and Glenn Em- ery officiating. Burial was in the' Machpelah Cem- etery in Mt. Sterling. Visi- tation was from 11:00 AM. to 1:00 P.M. Tuesday at the funeral home. Pallbear- ers were Tyler McKinley, Travis McKinley, Cody McKinley, Billy Rudd, Ben Rudd and Dylan McKin- ley. Honorary pallbearers were Glenn Risner, Dale Risner, Dr. Danielle King, Julia Maness, Louise Set- ters, Conny Risner and everyone at the Mt. Ster- ling Clinic. ’Ihe Michael R. Gray Funeral Home, 89 ington, Kentucky, two Slate Avenue, Owingsville, brothers, Robert Purvis Kentucky 40360 cared for of Owingsville and Eddie allarrangements. ISRAEL PAUL JACOBS Israel Paul Jacobs, 47, of Owingsville passed away Friday, July 30, 2021. Survivors include his mother Patty Morrison and his daughter, Charm Pan- dora Jacobs. Graveside services will be conducted at 3:00 PM Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at the Jackson: Cemetery in- Owingsville. r «- 3 There is no visitation. The Michael R. Gray Fu- neral Home is caring for all the arrangements for Israel Paul Jacobs. REALYOR' 15 Cannoy Dr. Lawson Real Estate Inc. Serving Your Real Estate Needs for Over 40 Years! Philip Lawson, REALTOR Principal Broker, Auctioneer Appraiser , ; Frenchburg, KY40322 Deaton's Storage in Owingsville will be ‘ auctioning off an unpaid unit (Unit -,...tt‘_l..5).-_4298. E: HWY 36, Owingsville, KY ' 40360. Business for Sale - Ezel, Morgan Co Convenience store with gas. Selllng real estate and Inventory. Call Phlllp Lawson 606 768 3583 Office: (606)76843583 Cell: (606) 776-2244 philiplawsonrealestatecom 1Michael R. Gray Funeral Home .' Compassionate, caring, Trusted ' v Service a 89 Slate Avenue, Owingsville, KY 40360 0 606-674-6345 o www.mrgflncom o . 24 hr Obit Line 606-674-8171 COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY CLAUDEI‘TE FAUDERE BATH COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK Administration has been grantedby the district court of Bath County upon the following fiduciary appointments: Deceased: Billy Easton Address: 1220 Fraley Rd, Salt Lick. Ky 4037 Fiduci : Billy Shawn Easton - AeletarSwartb - ' Address: 1220 Fraley Rd, Salt Lick, Ky 40371 - v.6. Box 265 Salt Lick, Ky 40371 . Date of Appointment: 7/20/2021 Creditors must file claims by: within 6 months Deceased: Horace Monroe Hovermaleilr. Address: Converse In v Fiduciary: Clark Hovermale Address: PO Box 362 Sweetser, In 46987 Fiduciary: Jeifeery Hovermale Address: PO Box 385 Sweetser, In 46987 Fiduciary: Billy Hovermale Address: 5204 Sunnybroke Dr., Fort Wayne, In 46835 Date of Appointment: 7/27/21 Creditors must file claims by: within 6 months Attorney: Leslie Richardson Smith Address: PO Box 1040, Owingsville, Ky 40360 Deceased: Address: Converse In Fiduciary: Clark Monroe Hovermale Address: PO Box 362 Sweetser, In 46987 Fiduciary: Janice Martin Address: PO Box 58, Converse, In 46919 Fiduciary: Billy Hovermale Address: 5204 Sunnybroke Dr., Fort Wayn Date of Appointment: 7/27/21 Mary Edith Sparks Hovermale e, In 46835 Creditors must file claims by: within 6 months Attorney: Leslie Richardson Smith Address: PO Box 1040, Owingsville, Ky 40360 s/Claudette Faudere Bath County Circuit Clerk Published in the Bath County News-Outlook on 06.03.21