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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper August 29, 2013 - 3 OBITUARIES 1 LARRY FAULKNER THOMAS RAY WITHROW Larry Faulkner,73,of Franklin, Ohio formerly of Menifee Co, husband of Sue Carolyn Little Faulkner passed away Tuesday at his home. Arrangements pending. are DENZIL LEE DAVIS Denzil Lee Davis, 62, of W. Lewis Paul Dr, Owingsville, Kentucky passed away Friday, Au- gust 23, 2013 at the St. Claire Regional Medical Center in Morehead. He was born in Montgomery County, Kentucky on Au- gust 7, 1951. He was a re- tired Hobart Manufactur- ing employee and loved all of nature, especially his beloved fishing. He was preceded in death by his loving moth- er, Maudie Davis Ecldes. Denzil is survived by two children, Kimberly Rachel Law of Stanton, KY and Douglas Shane Davis of North Carolina; three brothers, Kenneth "Red" Bolen of Owings- ville, KY, Danny (Lou) Davis of Mt. Sterling, and Harlan Kelly (Christi) Eckels of Mt. Sterling; four sisters, Marilyn (Rick) Highley of Owings- ville, KY, Marlena Davis of Winchester, KY, Bon- nie Davis (Randy) Mar- shall of Lexington, KY and Brenda Davis of Lex- ington, KY; seven grand- children, Greg Cornwell, Michael Cornwell, Tony Law, Patrick Davis, Sha- na Davis, Jessica Davis and Patsy Davis; an aunt, Dorothy Gibson; a spe- cial friend, Wilma Mont- joy; one niece, Kaysee Lou Eckles, and seven nephews, Kevin Highley, Danny Ray Davis, Ty- ler Spencer, David Keith Fitzpatrick, Matt Davis, Thaxton Marshall, and Jordan Jones. Funeral services were at 11 AM, Tuesday, Au- gust 27, 2013 at Taul Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Jackie Ander- son officiating with burial following in Little Slate Cemetery. RICKY DEAN AND DAVID WAYNE CRAWFORD I Ricky Dean "Smol@"" Crawford, 49, and his son, David Wayne "Lit- tle Man" Crawford, 22, both of Colfax Road, Hillsboro, passed away Thursday, August 22, 2013.  ! Ricky was born :Ot0- ber 7, 1963, in Fgacla- burg, a son of Nlson Crawford, who prodded him in death, and DOily Link Fawns and:hus - band, Harold Fawns, of Hillsboro. Also surviving are two sons, Ricky Crawford II and William Crawford, both of Hillsboro; one granddaughter, Kaylee Tackett; three broth- ers, Billy R. Crawford and Henry Curtis, both of Morehead and Danny Crawford of La Grange; two sisters, Frances Louise Riddle of Ow- ingsville and Melissa "Lisa Mae" Gardner of Hillsboro. Two brothers, Wayne Crawford and Samuel Curtis, preced- ed him in death. "Little Man" was born April 4, 1991,in Rowan County and 's: survived by his moth- er, Lisa Faye Himes of Hillsboro; two brothers and one sister, Ricky Crawford II, William Crawford, and Whittlee Himes, all of Hillsboro; a stepbrother, Zachary Himes of Berea; step grandfathers, Ernest Holbrook of Clearfield and Harold Fawns of Hillsboro; grandmoth- ers, Delphia Holbrook and Dolly Fawns and husband Harold, all of Hillsboro. Ricky and "Little Man" enjoyed the out- doors, farming, hunting, fishing, 4-wheeling, and riding horses. Joint funeral services were conducted 2 p.m. Sunday, August 25, 2013, at Hutton Funeral Home in Hillsboro with Rev. Richard Engle offi- ciating. Burial followed in the Crawford Cem- etery at Colfax. Thomas Ray Withrow, 35, of 708 Caney Ave., Salt Lick, KY, passed away Wednesday August 21, 2013 at St. Claire Re- gional Medical Center in Morehead, KY. Survivors include his mother and step-father, Lottie and Jimmy Brown of Salt Lick, KY, 4 sis- ters, Carol Ann Brown of Indiana, Regina 'Hardin of Salt Lick, KY, Tammy Manley of Owingsville, KY and Norma Jo Brown of Salt Lick, KY, 1 broth- er, James Brown, Jr. of Salt Lick, KY and several aunts, uncles and cous- ins. Thomas was preced- ed in death by a sister, Tina Marie Withrow and grandparents, Shirley and Lodema Purvis, Graveside services were conducted Friday August 23, 2013 at'3:00 PM at the Purvis Cemetery with Rev. Jackie Anderson of- ficiating. Powell Funeral Home of Salt Lick will be caring for arrangements. EMERY CLAY BURGESS 72, of Sharpsburg, KY passed away Friday, Au- gust 23, 2013. He was the son of the late Dave Bur- gess and Lucille Whight- man Burgess. H e was a retired business man and farmer. He is survived by 1 son Jason Bretz of Owings- ville; 3 daughters Anna (Richard) McIntire of South Shore, KY, Doris (Floyd) Humphries of Salt Lick, and Rosemary (Da- vid) Gallagher of Bethel; 1 brother Jimmy Edward Burgess of Sharpsburg;, 1 sister Nora Lee Helt0n  of Montgomery CountY; grandchildren Jes- sica Humphries, Floyd Clayton (Conchetta) Humphries, Allen Galla- gher and Cecil Gallagher; 3 great grandchildren Colten Humphries, Ari- dan Humphries and Alli- son Jean Davidson. He was preceded in death by 1 daughter Pat- sy Jo Burgess; 3 brothers Clemmie C. Burgess, RG Burgess and Chessy How- ard Burgess; 1 grandson Anthony Clay Burgess Funeral services were Monday, August 26, 2013, at lpm at Richardson Fu- neral Home wih Brother Roy Stacey officiating. Burial followed in the Longview Cemetery. Richardson Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements www. richardsonfh.com. Send your news and photos to cecil@ I kynewsgroup. com ONLYJ Bro. Billy Harmon invites you to: _ EAST FORK CHURCH OF GOD W'()t, [1.I) I.IKI::. TO INVI'I'I::, YOU "1 () "1-1 II::IR AUGUST 26 "rH THROUGH AUGUST 30 T'' 7:00 P. M. THE REVIVAL WILL FEATURE MARK CALDwELL AND SPECIAL SLINGERS NIGHTLY HOMECOMING SEPTEMBER 1 sT FEATURING ISAIAH'S CRY FELLOWSI'IlP WITH A POT LUCK MEAL FOLI.,OW'IN(; Tills ! I'-CIAI, SIN(;IN(; IF Y()I ] NI21!:[:) A FUDI." T() 1 lID: RI-:VIVAI, (-:AI,I, 1459-473-097(i RAY "PEE WEE" HIGHLEY passed away on Thurs- day, August 22, 2013 at Frankfort Regional Medical Center. He was born on March 18, 1939 in Middletown, Ohio to the late Espy and Sota Highley. Mr. Highley was raised in Bath County, and once he completed his enlist- ment in the US Navy, he took his family to Frankfort in the early 60's to pursue his career with IBM. After retiring from IBM, Mr. Highley was a private apprais- er. He participated in many community ac- tivities, including the Jaycees, Pegasus Play- ers, Young Democrats, Frankfort Expo, and the Elks to name a few. Mr. Highley's proudest point was serving as State President of the Kentucky Elks. He ran the sound and promoted the Bath County band, Arms of Affection, for many years. He enjoyed wood- working and painting, watching the Dallas Cowboys and UK bas- ketball, traveling and loved visiting with his family that he cher- ished. Mr. Highley is sur- vived by his daughters, Stephanie (Burnsy) Stewart of Salt Lick and Natalie Highley of Frankfort; his grand- children, Aimee Finley of Frankfort and Gar- rison Stewart of Salt Lick; and his great- grandchildren, Braden Landis and Addison Finley, both of Frank- fort; his sister, Faye (Pack) Johnson of Salt Lick; several nieces and nephews; and a special friend, Nancy Estes of Frankfort. Mr. Highley was pre- ceded in death by his wife, Phyllis, whom he married in September of 1958; his brother, Roy Highley; and his sisters, Gertrude Stephens, Betty Crocker, Louella Johnson, and Dorothy Highley. Funeral services were held on Saturday, Au- gust 24, 2013 at the Clark Legacy Center, Versailles Rd., Frank- fort. Burial followed at Sunset Memorial Gar- dens. \\; t