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t News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper November 01, 2012- 3 WILLIAM ARTHUR "WAP" PUCKEIT LINDSEY MICHELLE RIGGS THIELEMANN IRENE G. BOTIS BAKER Puckett, 79, of Levee Road, JeffersonviUe, passed away Saturday, Oc- tober 29, at the St. Joseph Hospital in-Lexington. He was born in Clark County, Kentucky on July 28, 1933, the son of the late Norvile and Mollie Vivian Puckett.* He was a machinery operator and asphalt supervisor for 47 years at The Walker Com- pany. He was a member of the Macedonia Baptist Church and attended the Hatcher's Creek Church of God. He loved fishing, quail hunting and working on lawn mowers and trac- tors. He is survived by his wife, Virginia Slemp Puck- ett of Jeffersonville; three daughters, Tammy (Stan- ley, Jr.) Stockdale, Cherie (Randy) Colvin, and Sha- ron (Tim) Thacker all of Mt. Sterling; two sisters, Edith Trent and Fern (Don) Reed, both of Mr. Sterling; and two grand- children, Randa Colvin and Aaron Colvin. Several special nieces and neph- ews also survive. Thielemann, 18, of Owings- ville, passed away Friday, October 26. She was a stu- dent and an employee of Doughboy's Pizzeria She is survived by her mother Angela Lynn Riggs of Owingsville; her grand- parents, Henry and Shelva Layne of Freeburn, Ken- tucky; her significant other, Mike Jude, of Owingsville; a brother, Brandon Layne, of Maryville, Tennessee; six sisters, Paige Riggs, Alexas Riggs, Terri Riggs, Precious Davis, and Brittany Riggs, all of Owingsville, and Sar- ah Allen of California; and • many other family members and friends also survive. Funeral services were held Wednesday, October 31, at Richardson Funeral Home, with Rev. Greg Guy officiating. Burial will take place at later date at Layne Cemetery in Pike County. Richardson Funeral Home was in charge of ar- rangements. In addition to his par- ents, he was preceded in death by One brother, Hu- bert Pucke Funeral.ser- vices were held Tuesday, October 30 at the Taul Fu- neral Home Chapel with burial following in the Resthaven Cemetery. CARL RAY VIVIAN Carl Ray Vivian, wid- ower of Wanda Sue Finch Vivian, passed away Thursday, October 25. He was a 73 year old natve of Jeffersonville, son of the late Virgil Clay and Susie Kate Reddix Vivian, a Marine veteran, farmer, founding member of the Rocky Mountain Horse Association, and member of the Christian faith. He is survived by a son, Timothy Vivian of Clay City; two sisters, Laura Frances Combs of Me- nifee County, and Evelyn Juanita Vandgrift of Jeffer- sonville; three brothers, Melvin Thomas (Sharon) Vivian, James Edward (Dorothy) Vivian and Larry Glenn (Marcelle) Vivian, all of Montgom- ery County; and special friend, Mildred Anderson Prather, and many nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. His graveside services were held Tuesday at West Cemetery. Herald & Stewart Home for Funerals was in charge of arrangements. .SAMUEL WAYNE LUCAS EDMUND LYNN'ADAMS Edmund Lynn Adams, age 66, of Parker Lane, Morehead, Kentucky, passed away Thursday, Oc- tober 25, at tlae St. Claire Regional Medical Center in Morehead, Kentucky. Born January 27, 1946, in Rowan County, Kentucky, he was the son of the late Thurman and Mary Mut- ters Adams. In addition to his parents, he was preced- ed in death by one son, Ken- neth Brian Adams, and two brothers, Jessie Adams and Lawrence Adams. Ed is survived by his wife, Cloa Snipes Adams; two sons and daughters-in-law, John and Cindy Adams of Hillsboro, Kentucky, and Jeff and Christy Adams of Morehead, Kentucky;, two daughters and sons-in-law, Mellisa and James Perry of Morehead, Kentucky, and Rhonda and Larry Skaggs of Hillsboro, Kentucky;, and 15 grandchildren, Allen Ad- and Brentnee Adams. Other survivors include two brothers, Jimmy Adams and Bob Adams, both of Morehead, Kentucky;, two sisters, Connie Nantell of Morehead, Kentucky, and II- lene Powell of Salt Hck, Ken- tucky;, nieces and nephews; other relatives; and many friends. Mr. Adams was a U.S. Army veteran of the Viet- nam War, founder of Mama Joe's Pizza, owner of Vildng Pay Lake, an auctioneer, a private investigator, and for- mer law enforcement officer in Rowan County, Kentucky, and Savannah, Georgia. He was a member of End Time Harvest Tabernacle. Ed enjoyed fishing, watch- ing Westerns, and most of all spending time with his grandchildren. He will be sadly missed by family and friends. Funeral services were conducted Sunday, Octo- . ams, Spencer Perry, Brian Iarmer , " ..... Adams, Jacob Perry, Leeann ~amuel Is survlveu By P.rn;~h l~r~mv Aflame lllO IJa&~llL~, I~U~I CLULI tin1 • --lr~ • Iiv ,1 .,~ ~., ...... ~nnsla L'urmsn, iNanlan- tmnstme talcas oi UW- • • -- ---- ,-,, • "u .... 1.,,.,,+t,,-., lel terry, lmarew Kaggs, mgsva.=; ~,,,~ ..~m~,, lC2th~rlno qlr.... q~r~g Michael (Phyllis) Lucas.'q~';~r~"l~akma P~"~r'%r'rv~'~=~ of Mt. Sterling; two sis- ~na,~p,~,-~,, pm ~ Aa~ ters, onme t aws oi. uw- . ' :! ingsville and Mary Jean ~ DONALD Crouch of Winchester, Tennessee. He is also sur- Donald S. Gray, 84, of Ow- and nephews, day, Oct. 29, 2012. Funeral services were He was born January 10, held Saturday, October1928, the son ofthe lateJohn Samuel Wayne Lucas, 63, passed away Wednes- day, October 24. He was a Bath County native. Sam- uel was born September 12, 1949 to Roger Lucas and Christine Purvis. Samuel was a Bath County native. He was a 27, at the Richie Hunt Funeral Home. Rev. Wes Crouch officiated. Burial followed in the Owings- ville Cemetery.. Richie Hunt Funeral Home was in charge of ar- rangements. • , • BUCK HIGHLEY JR. Buck Highley, Jr. of Wil- liamsburg, Ohio was called to his!Heavenly Home on bara & Mike Kaminski, a son Richard & Melba High-: ley, two brothers Sidney & Samuel Gray and Sara Helen Gray. He was a retired farm- er, a veteran of the Army dur- ing the Kore Conflict, and the Treasurer of the Oakley First Church of God for 22 years. He is survived by a son, Anthony Gray of Owings- ville; a daughter, Donna (Da- vid) Ipock of Owingsville; a brother, Leslie Gray of New Richmond, Ohio; three sis- ters, Lodema Jones and Etua Oct. 6i2012.He wasbornin Kaye Highley and Franklin Copher of Owingsville, and W. Va., came to Menifee Co. "Dee" Highley, three sisters Delores McKinney of Hem- Ky. at age 2, but spent most Roma Lee Armihge, Lillian ing County. Eight grandchil- of his adult life in Ohio. & Arval Barnes and Judy dren and 12 great grandchil- He was an active mem- and Harold Hunt. Four dren also survive. ber 0f: onterey Christian grandchildren Mike& Hol- He was preceded in death Churc in Batavia, Ohio ly Kaminski, Laura & Tom by his wife, Gladys Marie wherei: he had rung the B lage, Elizabeth & Greg Gray; a son, Samuel Gray; chur bell on Sunday Boehm & Ross Highley. a0d a daughter, Rosemary m0r g for many years. Four great-grandchildren- Adkins. He: was predeceased by Mikey, Andrew, Natalie & Memorial services will his lbving wife, Ruby, by his Calvin. Also surviving are be held at 2 p.m. on Friday, parents Buck Highly, Sr. • & Made Moore Highley. Also three sisters, Bethel Greene, Mary Frances Patrick, & JoAnn Ramey. He leaves to cherish his memory a daughter Bar- numerous nieces & neph- ews & cousins. Funeral services were held at Monterey Chris- tian Church. Interment in Stonelick Township Cem- etery in Batavia, Ohio. 29 Nov. 2 at Richardson Fu- neral Home, with Rev. Randy Hawkins officiating. Visita- tion will take place from 12 to 2 p.m. Burial will take place at Owiugsville Cemetery. Richardson Funeral Home , 10-15-2012 to 12-7-12 Do you have questions about Medicare, Medicare Part C, Medicare Part D1 Medicare Supplement??? Family Discount Drug If so Family Discount Drug, Owingsville, Soper's Drug, Carlisle, Ross Drug, Mt. Sterling, Owingsville Drug, Owingsville, KY will host Jim Gates Soper'sDrug Owingsville Drug 60State Ave. 102 S. Broadway Owlngsvillel ICY Carlisle, KY 40311 606-674-6904 859-289-8501 Oct. 15 & 16, 2012 Oct. 22 & 231 2012 Oct. 29 & 30, 2012 Nov. 5 & 6, 2012 Nov. 12 & 13, 2012 Nov. 19 & 20, 2012 Nov. 26 & 27, 2012 Dec. 3, 2012 Ross Drug 125 Fox Glove Mt. Sterling, KY 40353 859-498-1004 Oct. 17 & 18, 2012 Oct. 31 &Nov. 1, 2012 Nov. 14 & 15, 2012 Nov. 21, 2012 Dec. 5, 2012 Northview Pharmacies 638 Northview Drive Mt. Sterling, KY 859-498-7700 Nov. 81 2012 Oct. 29 & 30, 2012, Nov. 12 & 13, 2012, Nov. 26 &27, 2012, Dec. 4, 2012, Dec. 11, 2012 33 Miller Drive Owingsvillel KY (606) 674.6334 Nov. 6 & 7, 20i2 Irene G. Botts Baker, wife of George Baker Sr., passed away Thursday, Oc- tober 25. She was a 91 year old native of Owingsville, daughter of the late Clar- ence and Nannie Dee Bur- badge Botts, a homemaker and a member of Smith- ville Church of Christ. In addition to her hus- band, she is survived by four daughters, Barbara A. 0ohn Ed) Brooks of Mt. Sterling, Georgia L. Seafight, Mary E (Melvin) Hart, and Betty L Mc- - Cleary, all of Columbus, Ohio; a son, George T. (Tammy) Baker Jr. of Lou- isville; 19 grandchildren, 31 great-grandchildren, 16 great-great-grandchildren; a sister, Marie Jones of Erlanger; and 2 brothers, John (Margaret) Botts of Owingsville, and Paul 0ean) Botts of Elanger;, and a host of nieces, neph- ews, cousins and friends. Her funeral was Monday at Rolling Hills Church of Christ with burial in Botts Family Cemetery. Herald & Stewart Home for Funerals was in charge of arrangements JAMES "POP" BOWIJN ber 28, at Northcutt & Son Home for Funerals Memo- rial Chapel with Pastor Tra- cy Fannin offidatiug. Burial followed in Lee Cemetery with full military honors by Morehead American Legion Post No. 126. James Bowlin, 81, of Springport, Indiana; passed away unexpectedly on Monday, October 15, at IU Health. Ball Memorial Hospital in Munde, Indi- ana. He was born on May 2, 1931 in Bath County, Ken- tucky, a son of the late J. H. and Laura Wells Bowlin. James was an over the road semi-truck driver for Brada-Miller Transport and York Casket Company. He also transported grain for several years for Lynn Elevator. He served his country on the front lines of the Korean War as a U.S. Marine. He was a loving person with an outgoing personality and never knew a stranger. He was an avid Kentucky Wildcats fan and loved horses. Survivors include his wife, Cloma G. Lewis Bow- lin; a son, Jerry (Connie) Bowlin of Losantville, Indi- ana; a son-in-law, Pete Jones of New Castle, Indiana; his father:m-law, Sidney Clay Lewis of Clearfield; sister:m-law, Janet Butcher of Clear field; three grand- sons, Brent (Laura) Bowlin of Economy, Indiana, Kur- tis (Cara) Bowlin of Los. antville, Indiana and Zach Jones of New Castle, Indi- ana; four great-grandsons, one great-granddaughter and several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a daughter, Mitzi Gaff Jones, who passed away in 2008, two brothers, E. T. Bowlin and Earle Bowlin and a sister, Louetta Hat- feld. Funeral services were conducted Friday, October 19, at Spro!es Family Fu- neral Home in New Castle, Indiana with Pastor Jerry Bowlin offidatiug. 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