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ews Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper November 06, 2014 - 3 - OBITUARIES CATHERINE GILVIN PERRY t tc Catherine Gilvin Perry 19f Williston passed away November 2, 2014 at Hos- i9ice Legacy House in Oc- la, following an extended illness, she was 75. Born in r)wingsville, KY. She came to this area in 1980 from Miami. Mrs. Perry was a tLaboratory Technician, nd she worked at the Ab- 1bey Hospital in South Mi- -rhmi, Palmetto Hospital in iami, Doctors Hospital in oral Gables, the Williston Hospital and the Munroe q( Regional Hospital in Ocala, Iorida. Slae loved to read, gardening, loved horses, enjoyed traveling, alad her top priority was family. Survivors are: a Son: Robert Allen Tucker (wife) Donna, one Brother: Nick Perry (wife) Beatriz; two Grandchildren: Jessica and Robby Services will be at a later date. Knauff Funeral Home in Williston in charge of ar- rangements. ,y. LARMA BERRYMAN 94, kElmwood Drive, Mt. Ster- ting passed away Sunday, November 2, 2014 at the St. Joseph-Mt. Sterling eHospital. She was born in lEzel, Kentucky on January 16, 1920 the daughter of the late Wilbert and Eliza- beth Wright Stanley. She was a retired seamstress at Cowden's Manufacturing, and was a member at Som- erset Christian Church and attended Gateway Chris- tian Church. She was the widow of Gilbert Berry- man. She is surived by one on, Gilbert Earl (Faye) Berryman of Mt. Sterling and one grandson, Kent (Marian) Berryman of Bristol, VA. In addition to her par- ents, she was preceded in death by one daughter, De- lores Jean Berryman. Funeral services will be 2 PM, Wednesday, No- vember 5, 2014 at the Taul Funeral Home Chapel with Revs. Bill Kilgore, Glenn Emery and Scott Holley officiating with burial fol- lowing in the Machpelah Cemetery. Friends may visit Tuesday evening from 4-8 PM at the Taul Funeral Home. Pallbearers will be Fay Applewhite, Connie Bell, Steve Stanley, Shelly Stanley, Karen Sparks, Marilyn Williams, Porter Fitzpatrick, Lizette Fitzpat- rick and Mark Fitzpatrick. Honorary pallbearers will be Stella Weckesser, Fran- ces Staton, Roger Minnich, Jr. Highley, Moon Cassidy, Tim Martin, Frank and Ev- elyn Cart, Johnny Nester and Jimmy Watson. ROGER VERDEN BACK I the United States Army, .... :::  former teacher at Cold Cave School and former 1 employee of Hobart Mfg. Co in Mt. Sterling, KY. Roger Verden Back, 75, born November 12, 1938 the son of the late Richard Back and Melva Brewer Back went home to be !with his Lord on Tuesday, )ctober 28, 2014. He was the faithful, lov- ag husband of Evelyn 3rown Back for 48 years. ['he loving father to Lori Richard) Franklin and uny (Aaron) Brown. "he proud papaw to Sara 'ranklin, Gunnar Brown, Harper Brown, Hannah Brown and Charie Coul- and brother of oyce (James) Botts and (Donnie) Ambur- He also leaves behind special nieces and Lephews. He was a Christian and a of Botts Church 44 years, a veteran of Roger loved his garden and enjoyed raising peg- etabes and giving them away. He also had a love of woodworking. Roger leaves behind many loved ones and dear friends. Funeral services will be 11 AM, Friday at the Botts Christian Church with Pastor Rick Back arm Evangelist Jimmy Daulton officiating ad burial following in the Back Cemetery. Friends may visit at the church Thursday evening from 4-9 PM. In lieu of flowers donations are suggested to the Botts Church. Pallbearers will be Jesse Back, Lester Back, Simon Back, Mark Back, Scott Bromwell and Jamey Botts. Honorary pallbear- ers will be Bobby Isaac, Dale Back, Velmer Back, Larry Back, Anthony Back, Mike Brown, Jeff Brown, David Brown, Pat- rick Bromwell, Delmus Brewer, Kelly Brewer, Denzil Brewer, Donnie Amburgey, James Botts and the Congregation of the Botts Church. Taul Funeral Homes are in charge of arrangements. 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Randy Myei:s Auctioneer 513-315-4360 513-876-2751 Towlersauctioninc.com ANNIE FRANCIS RICHARD Frances age 70, of Estero, Florida, went to be with her Lord and Savior at 8:50 a.m. Thursday (October 23; 2014) at Joanne's House at Hope Hospice in Bonita Springs, Florida. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Wednesday (October 29, 2014) at Bai- ley-Love Mortuary, 35 West Park Drive, Huntington, Indiana. Funeral services will innnediately follow at 12:00 p.m. Wednesday at Bailey-Love Mortuary with her son Mike officiating. Burial will be in Gardens of Memory in Huntington County. Preferred memorials are donations to Joanne's House at Hope Hospice, in care of Bailey-Love Mortu- ary, 35 West Park Drive, Huntington, IN 46750. Annie was born on February 8, 1944 in Ow- lngsville, Kentucky, the daughter of Robert Ray and Lottie (Staton) Manley. She graduated from Bath County High School in 1962. She married Gary E. Richard on March 8, 1973. She retired from Zimmer in Warsaw with 25 years of service, after which she and her husband moved to Estero, Florida. She is a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Most of all, Annie enjoyed her fam- ily. She loved every mem- ber and wanted them all to come visit her in Florida. She gladly welcomed ev- eryone into her home. She also enjoyed going to the pool, boat rides, seeing the dolphins, and visiting with her malay Mends. She stayed active in her retire- ment community by going to dances, playing bingo, and by being a Mend to others. Survivors include her husband of 41 years - Gary E. Richard of Estero, Flori- da; her son, Mike and her very loved and adored granddaughter, Gracie, of "Bloomington; her two brothers - Roger Manley of Owingsville, Kentucky and Bobby Manley of Marion; her three sisters - Louise Manley of Middletown, Ohio, Betty (Glen) Mur- phree of Marion, and Mary Kay Manley of Owingsville, Kentucky; and many niec- es, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews whom she treated and loved as her own. Annie is preceded in death by her parents and her loving mother-in-law, Wilma Drummond. MARYLYDRAMS Mary Ramsey, Age 67 of Franklin, Ohio, foremerly of.Bethet;Ken- tucky, passed awa- oq October 31, 2014. She was born on December 8, 1946. The daughter of the late Myrtle Goodpaster and the late Millard Ledford. She was a Montgomery county native, former employee of Jockey, and a member of the Bethel Methodist Church. She was survived by one daughter Sarah (Ron) Schewe, two granddaugh- ters Emma Schewe, Abi- gail Schewe, one grandson Cameron Schewe, all of Mason, Ohio. One brother Bud Ledford of Florida. She was preceded in death by her husband , Douglas Jones. ..... F{i'tieral Seivices, it00k place Tuesday, November 4th at the.Bethel Method- ist Church with Rev. Ron Hill officiating. Burial was at Long View Cemetery in Bethel. Richie Hunt Fu- neral Home was incharge of arrangements. VIRGINIA MAY BUTCHER Virginia May Butcher 87, of Eustis, passed away on November 3, 2014. She was born in Clark County, Ken- tucky and moved to Apopka in 1959. She was a mem- ber of the Tangerine Bap- tist Church. Virginia was the danghter of Kelly and Lily May Mal'ting of Clark county; Kentucky. Virginia is survived by her children; Wanda (Gene) Peace of Kingston, Georgia, Cheryl 0immy) Pruitt of Live Oak, Florida, Randall Butcher of Plymouth, Florida, Sandra (Robert) Malich of Eusfis and Terry (Kelley) Butcher of Plymouth, there are nine surviving grandchildren, thirteen great grandchil- dren and four great great grandchildren. Also surviv- ing are her brother Harold Martin of Hobe Sound, Flor- ida and her sister Pauline Pennington of Hillsboro, Ohio. Virginia was prede- ceased by two children, Gall Butcher in 2007 and Nelson Butcher in 1998. Services were held in the Hamlin & Hilbish Chapel at 10 AM Thursday, Novem- ber,'6, 2014; interment will follow in Sorrento Cem- etery. BERNARD JOE HORTON Bernard Joe Horton age 58, of Haldeman Road, Morehead, passed away Thursday, October 30, 2014,at his residence. He was born November 19, 1955, in Fort Knox, a son of the late Clarence E. Horton, Jr., and Wanda June Cogswell Horton Car- penter and husband Wil- liam Harold Carpenter of Morehead. Besides his mother and stepfather, he is survived by one son, Aaron Horton of Lake Havasu City, AZ; two daughters, Rebekah Boarman and husband Da- vid of Grayson and Katlyn Horton of Morehead; a five-year-old granddaugh- ter, Alexis Marie Finch; one brother, Anthony Hor- ton of Hillsboro; two sis- ters, Janet Hogge and hus- band Don and Cindy Kerns and husband Tim, all of Morehead; and two step- sisters, Shirley Thibault of Nashville, Tennessee, and Susan Ebersohl and husband Skyler of Pontiac, Michigan. Bernard was a U.S. Army veteran, former miner and construction worker. He enjoyed hunting, flint knap ping, collecting primitive artifacts, and observing nature. An avid reader, he was particularly interested in historical writings. Funeral services will be conducted 11 a.m. Mon- day, November 3, 2014, at Northcutt & Son Home for Funerals Memorial Cha- pel with the Rev. Myron Hall officiating. Burial will follow in New Alfrey Cemetery with full mili- tary honors by Morehead American Legion Post 126. Pallbearers: Matt Hol- lingsworth, Tim Kerns, Donnie Hogge, Rodney Fugett, Jeff Cogswell, Ja- mie Hogge. Honorary Pallbearers: Tony Horton, Tom Dowler, David Boar- man. Visitation is after 5 p.m. Sunday, November 2, 2014, at Northcutt & Son Home for Funerals in Morehead. MARSHA ANN JONES Marsha Ann Jones, Age 62 of Olympia passed away on November 1, 2014. She was born on January 25, 1952. The daughter of the late Causby King and late Mary Elizabeth King. She was a home maker. She was survived by one son Eric (Vikki) Jones of Middletown, Ohio. One daughter Brandy (Antho- ny) Miller of Olympia, Ky. One brother Chris King of Franklin, Ohio. One Sister Cindy King of Olympia, Kentucky. A niece, a neph- ew, and ten grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Douglas Jones. A private memorial ser- vice will be held at a later date. Burial will be in the Owingsville Cemetery. Richardson Funeral Home was in charge of Arrange- ments. REVA COLLINS TROUT Reva Collins Trout,' age 84, passed away Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at"the Suites of Walnut Creek. She was born March 9, 1930 in Mariba, KY, daugh- ter of the late Sterling & Gretchen (Trimble) Col- fins. She was preceded in death by her loving hus- band, Larry Trout in 2008, 2 children, Anita Jo  Mi- chael Robinson, and their father, John Robinson, Jr., Reva is survived by her brother & sister-in-law, " koic.Cotrivis of Mtamisburg; :;aiste,irvlaW, Stella Collins; 2 nieces, a nephew, and'a host of other relatives and Mends. Graveside: Services for family and-friends will be held at 1:009m, Friday, Oc- tober 31 at the Machpelah Cemeteryiln Mt. Sterling, KY. Compliments of Me- nifee Home For Funerals, Frenchburg, Ky. Obituaries are placed for free. Send obituaries to conchetta@kynewsgroup.com CORRECTION Family members of the late Roscoe Ramsey Cassidy wanted to include further information about his surviv- ing family members that was not in his obituary in the Oct. 23 edition of the News-Outlook. Cassidy is survived by two daughters, Dolores Vice, Owingsville, and Jodi Cassidy, Menifee County; a son, Mike Cassidy, Preston; a brother, Kenneth Cassidy, Pres- ton; three grandchildren, Roseanna Walker, Teresa Can- dill, and Travis Cassidy; six great grandchildren, Stuart Caudill, Shannon Caudill, Robby Caudill, Stacey Taylor, Leslie Reffitt, and Hayden Cassidy; nine great grandchil- dren, Cassidy Tayor Caudill, Caroline Caudill, Kimberly Caudill, Charleigh CaudiU, Corey Vice, Chole Taylor, Gabe Taylor, Allison Shultz, and Brooklyn Hensley. He was preceded in death by his wife, Grace Ann Parks Cassidy; a daughter, Mona Cassidy; a son, Archie Cassi- dy; a grandson, Tommy Reffitt; and two brothers, Wood- ford Rex Cassidy and W. G. Cassidy. Thank you THANK YOUto the City of Owingsville voters for electing me for another 4 year term as your Mayor. I have strived to make our city a better place for us to live these past 4 years and I am excited about the possibilities for the next 4 years. I appreciate very much all the wonderful and positive comments many of you have made to me these past few months. You can be as- sured that each and every day I will continue to work to represent you in a fair, honest, efficient, and positive manner. Thank you again and may God continue to shower His blessings on our community. Mayor Gary M. Hunt , t