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News Outlook September 16, 2021 - 3 OBITUARIES JAMES HURT James Hurt, age 61, of Wellington, KY, passed away Friday, Septem- ber 10,2021 in St. Joseph Hospital Hospital, Mt. Sterling,KY after a brief illness. He was born June 9, 1960 in Frenchburg, KY to Odie Junior Hurt and Nannie Belle Peck Hurt. He was a member of the Church of Living God, Jef- fersonville, KY. He was a retired farmer. Surviving are his wife Cle'ta King Hurt, two daughters, Van- essa Bromwell (Scott), Jes- sica Blevins (Jared). Four sons, Carl Hurt (Kristin), James Perry, Billy Perry, Brian Perry (Tracy). 17 grandchildren and 1 great- granddaughter. He was preceded in death by his parents, Odie Junior Hurt and Nannie Belle Peck Hurt. Funeral services were held on Monday, Sep tember 13, 2021 at Menifee Home For Funerals with Bro. Lonnie Meeks and Bro. Brian Hampton offici- ating. Burial in Hurt Cem- etery, Pomeroyton,KY. Visitation was held on Sun- day, September 12, 2021 at Menifee Home For Funer- als, Frenchburg, KY Randy Halsey Funeral Director. Active pallbearers: James Perry, Billy Perry, Brian Perry, Bradley Perry, Frankie Peyton, Dakota Ballinger, Kaden Ballinger, Ronnie Helton. Honorary pallbearers: Calvin Hurt, Billy Helton, Robert Hel- ton, Harvey Marrow. LORENE WHITE Mrs. Lorene White, age 60, passed away Satur- day, September 11, 2021. She was born in Nicholas County on January 20, 1961 to the late Roger Tapp and Thelma Sosby. Lorene was a kind soul with a loving heart. She enjoyed fishing, yard sales and was an avid bingo player. Lorene was a loving wife, aunt, sister and friend. Those that knew._ . aild loved her will miss her ' ‘ May they forever cherish the memories they have with her. She will live on in their hearts. She is survived by her husband, William Scott White; one brother, Robert Tapp; two sisters, Kathryn White and Patricia Dyer, both of Sharpsburg; several nieces and nephews also~ sur- vive. Visitation was held on, Tuesday, September 14, 2021at the Richardson Funeral Home. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, September 15, 2021 in the chapel of the Richardson Funeral Home with Reverend Doug Routt officiating. Burial followed in the Crown Hill Ceme- tery in Sharpsburg. Active pallbearers were Larry Thomas, Brian Jones, Cou- gar Jones, Colton Jones, Kruz Jones, and Billy Earl Wagoner. Honorary pall- bearers were Jesse .White and William Dyer. Richard- son Funeral Home is car- ing for all arrangements. BETTY “ELLEY” WILSON On September 6th, 2021 the Lord called Betty “Elley” Wilson home to take her rest. Her final days were spent sur- rounded by family and friends that Elley had touched in some small way throughout her memorable life. Elley was a member of Greater First Baptist Church and enjoyed being a member of the Mighty Voices. She was a graduate of Morehead State University where she received her Asso- ciates degree in Information Technology. Elley loved to spend time in the kitchen cre- ating some of her great meals and delicious pies, that would have everyone coming over for a visit. Having a brown belt in karate, it’s not surprising why Elley was such an outspo- ken and nononsense type of person. Some of her favorite pastime activities was eating ice cream and watching any and every action movie pos- sible. She is survived in death by her mother Pauline Boyd of (Sharpsburg), her two daugh- ters Joy Wilson of (Lexing- ton), Charity Mynhier—Ragan (Tyrone) of (Louisville). Two granddaughters Aziah Camp bell and Niasia Hall. Six Broth- ers; Jeff Wilson (Germaine) of Louisville, Bruce Jones (Brandy) of Owingsville, Steve Wilson (Mary) of Lexington, Duane Wilson of California, Craig Garrett of Atlanta, and Mark Wilson of Lexington. Four Aunts; Charlene Clem- ons (Robert), Betty Ann Boyd, Kathleen Wilson and Virgina Boyd. Several nieces, neph- ews, and cousins; a host of ex— tended grandchildren and fam- ily. She was preceded in death by her father Marcus Wilson 111, Twin daughters Shauna and Shannon Boyd, and brother, Victor Wilson. Even though afailing heart took her away, Elley’s loving heart left a beacon of light for all. Elley was loved by so many and will be greatly missed. Services were held on Saturday, Sep tember 11 at the Greater First Baptist Church with Reverend Gary Boyd officiating. Burial followed in the Longview Cem— etery in Bethel. Richardson Funeral Home cared for all ar- rangements. NANNIE BELLE PECK HURT Nannie Belle Peck Hurt, age 81, of Wellington, KY, passed away Tuesday, Sep tember 7,2021 in St. Claire Medical Center, Morehead, KY after a brief illness. She was born August 4,1940 in Campton,KY to Carl and Della Helton Peck. She was a member of the Church of Living God, Jef— fersonville, KY. She was a loving wife, mother, grand- mother and sister. Surviv- ing are her son, James Hurt (Cleta) of Welling- ton, KY. Three grandchil- dren, Vanessa Bromwell 5 (Scott Bromwell), Jessica Blevins (Jared Blevins), Carl Hurt (Kristin Hurt). Three step grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren, 1 ,- great-great—granddaughter. Two sisters, Anna Hurt of Wellington, KY and Louise Fisher of Longs, SC. Spe- cial niece, Shelia Tim Ratliff of Means, KY. Spe- cial nephew, Calvin & Vicki Hurt of Wellington, KY. She was preceded in death by her parents, Carl Peck and Della Helton Peck, her husband Odie Junior Hurt and brother, Wilbur Peck. Visitation and funeral ser- vices were held on Friday, September 10, 2021 at Me nifee Home For Funerals with Bro. Lonnie Meeks and Bro. Brian Hampton officiating. Interment in Hurt Cemetery, Pomeroy— ton, KY. Pallbearers: Carl Hurt, Dakota Ballinger, Kaden Ballinger, Ronnie Helton, Bill Cooley, Scott Bromwell. ROGER WAYNE OTIS Roger Wayne Otis, 82, of Salt Lick Kentucky, passed away September 9, 2021 at Ridgeway Nursing and Re- habilitation Center in Ow- ingsville, Kentucky. He was born September 29, 1938 in Sharpsburg, Kentucky'and :; married to Janice Razor Otis on February 3, 1962. He was preceded in death by his only son, Jeff “Bear” Otis and his only grandson, Jeffrey Lee Otis. Wayne was a well-known business owner of the “Otis Pool Room” for 30 years, famous for his good ole' chili-dogs. Prior to owning his own business, he was employed at Hobart's Manufacturing in Mount Sterling, Ken- tucky. He was a veteran of the United States Air Force. He is survived by his 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 owel/funera/home mail. com HARMON MON UMENTS 2390 Bypass Rd, 606-876-5174 Owners: Derek and Bethany Harmon FLEMING COUNTY MONUMENT CO. LLC Flemingsburg, KY 41041 Find us on Facebookl Harmon Monuments 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 2Apprentice Funeral Director Kenneth Lewis - Level 2 Apprentice Funeral Director/ Embalmer Brent Richardson - Licensed Embalmer/Funeral Directo 121 E. Main St Owingsviile, KY 40360 606-674-2922 Continuing a Tradition of Excellent Servic lovely wife, Janice, daugh- ter—in-law Glenda, two great-grandchildren, Addi and Alex, and their mother Lauren Otis. Also surviving is his sister Linda Barber, sister-in—law Freda Purvis, and many nieces and neph— ews. He was also preceded in death by his parents, Harrison and Ruby Ever- man Otis, two brothers, Jimmy Otis and Tippy Otis, two sisters, Margie Otis and Sheila Groves. Funeral services were conducted at 2:00 PM. Sunday, Septem- ber 12, 2021 in the chapel of the Michael R. Gray Fu- neral Home in Owingsville with Brother Lowell Rice officiating. Burial was in the Hedricks Cemetery in, Salt Lick. Full military ritesWe‘fi: eond'fict'e‘d at‘the “‘ graveside by American‘Le'. ' g j: .. gion Post No. 22. Visitation was after 12:00 Noon Sun- day at the funeral home. Pallbearers were Tony Bar- ber, David Barber, Brent Barber, William Salazar, Shannon Caudill, David Shrout, Bub Carpenter and Keith Taylor. Honorary pallbearers were Bob Ra- zor, J irn Razor, Tom Hogge, Leslie Smith, and Donnie Razor. In lieu of flowers, the family requests dona- tions to be made to the He- dricks Cemetery Fund. In care of Annabel Razor, 128 Corey Road, Salt Lick, Ken- tucky 40371. The Michael R Gray Funeral Home, 89 Slate Avenue, Owingsville, Kentucky 40360 cared for all arrangements. Obituaries confinued on pages 5 and 110. TERRY HUGHES Mr. Terry Hughes, age 73, of Owingsville, passed away Saturday, September 11, 2021. He was born in Bath County on June 10, 1948 to the late Julian Hughes and Vada Goodpaster. Terry worked for Southern States, Miller Gas Company and Ferrell Gas Company, which he retired from. After retir- ing, he worked as a Bath County Deputy Jailer and for the Bath County Medi- cal Transport. He served in the United States Army for 2 years, where he was stationed in Turkey and guarded the nuclear weap- ons. Terry was an avid UK- basketball fan and loved Bath County Football. He was a middle and high school football coach and a little league coach. He loved to fry fish for church and political events and play poker with friends. He was a father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend that will be missed dearly by those that knew and loved him. Terry is survived by two children, Steven Wayne Hughes and Desarae Michelle Hughes along with their mother, Donna Hughes; two sis- ters, Kathy Rogers and her husband, Rick; Janet Butler and her husband, Jim; two grandchildren, Margaret Elizabeth Ann Hughes and Isabella Marie Ann Hughes; In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one brother, Larry Hughes. Visitation was held on Wednesday, September 15 from 5:00 pm. until 8:00 pm. at the Richardson Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, Sep tember 16 at 1:00 pm. in the chapel at the Richardson Fu- neral Home with Reverend Lowell Rice officiating. Buri- al will follow in the Longview Cemetery in Bethel. In lieu of flowers, the family asks contributions be made to Bath County Softball team or the Bath County Jr Pro F oot— ball. Farnily asks that ev- eryone please wear a mask. 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