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f Bath County News-Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper November 11, 2009 3 Gary Wade Calvert Neil Ryan Maxey Hazel Katherine Stockdale Ladson Margie Nadine Bays Billy Clay Myers Michael Miller Purvis Gary Wade Calvert, 44,Neil Ryan Maxey, 94, Hazel Katherine Stock-Margie Nadine Bays, 66, Billy Clay Myers, 72, Michael Miller Purvis, of Wilson Ave Sharpsburg, passed away October 25, 2009 dale Larison, 90, of Levee of Reffit Road, Jefferson- 0f942 Fraley Road, Salt 55, of Salt Lick, passed Kentucky passed away at his home in Mt. Read, Mt. Sterling passed ville, Kentucky passed away Tuesday, November 3, 2009 Sterling, KY. He is sur- away Friday, October 23, Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at Lick, passed away Satur- away Monday Novem- in Bath County from inju- vived by his wife of 70 years, 2009 at the St. Joseph-Mt. the St. Joseph- Mt. Sterling day November 7, 2009 at ber 2, 2009 at Universi- Hospital. She was born in Ridgeway Nursing and ty Of Kentucky Medical Mildred Morris Maxey. Mr. Sterling Hospital. She was Wolfe County, Kentucky on Rehabilitation Facility Center in Lexington. ries sustained in an automo- Maxey was a member of the bile accident. He was born First Baptist Church in Mt. born in Bourbon County,October 18, 1943 the daugh- Survivors include in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky Sterling where he was the old- Kentucky on February 5,ter of the late Frank and in Owingsville after anhis wife Joyce Purvis, on January 7, 1965 the son est deacon ,a d teacher of the 1919 the daughter ofthelate Gertrude Stamper McCoy.extended illness. 1 daughter, Michelle of Peggy Razor Calvert and Senior Men s Bible study class Lane and Mary Lee Leggett She was a homemaker and a He was a Bath County Brown of Salt Lick, 1 Robert Calvert. He was a for over 35 years. He was a Stockdale. She was a home- member of the Gift of Love native, born May 6, 1937 grandson, Michael Ed- member of the Owingsville graduate of Mt. Sterling High maker and a member of the Church of God. She is sur- the son of the late John- ward Purvis, 2 sisters, Christian Church. In ad- School, Georgetown College, Macedonia Baptist Church. vived by her husband, Wood- University of Kentucky (JD), dition to his parents, heis and the Adjutant General She was the widow of Harry row Bays of Jeffersonville, ny and Martha Mac Carolyn StiddomofOw- KY; one daughter, Mary Gray Myers and was a ingsville and Inita Pur- survived by his wife, Shan- School. He was a high school M. Larison. She is survived Bays (Tony) Whitaker of Jef- U.S. Army veteran, vis of Salt Lick and 1 non Calvert of Mt. Sterling; teacher in Grant County, Lt. by two sons, Charles (Jackie) fersonville, KY; three broth- Survivors include a brother,of Frenchburg.TimmYHePurviSwas a daughter, Natalie Nicole Colonel in the US Army in Larison and Roy (Brenda) ers, A. C. McCoy of Hickman Calvert of Mt. Sterling; a WWII, Adjutant General of Larison both of Jefferson- County, KY, David McCoy of son, Billy Copher of Salt preceded in death by his son, Nathan Clay Calvert of the Second Army, Mt. Sterling ville, KY; three sisters, Mary Mt. Sterling, KY, and Mike Lick, a sister, Sadie Fay mother, Alta Purvis and Sharpsburg; a step-daugh- City Attorney for 8 years and Sue Stockdale, Mac Staten, McCoy of Jeffersonville, KY; Hunt of Preston and 4 a sister, Clara Louise ter, Andrea Willoughby of Montgomery County Attorney and Allene Griffen all of Mt. two sisters, Judy Seat of grandchildren. Purvis. Mt. Sterling; his mater- for l2 years. Mr. Maxeyorga- Sterling; five grandchildren Georgetown, KY and Kathy Funeral services were Grave-side funer- Tyra of Jeffersonville, KY; nized the Kiwanis club of Mt. and eight great grandchil- three grandchildren, Mason conducted Tuesday No- al services were held nal grandmother, Dorothy Sterling, Kentucky where he Means of Sharpsburg and a had over 50 years of perfect dren also survive. She was Whitaker, Alex Whitaker vember 10, 2009 at 1:00Thursday November 5, sister, Gwen (Jeff) Hisel of attendance. In addition to preceded in death by one sis- and Adam Whitaker; andPM at Powell Funeral 2009 at 2:00 PM at the Lexington, KY; one grand- his wife, he is survived by his ter, Ruby Trimble and one several nieces and nephews Home with Bro. Marlin Hedrick Cemetery with child, Hayden Joey Staton daughter Marianne Maxey brother, Stanley Stockdale. also survive. Bro. Willard Johnson also survives. Griffith (Gary L. Griffith, Funeral services were 2 In addition to her parents Corey officiating, officiating. Powell Fu- He was preceded in death MD) and three grandchil- PM, Monday, October 26, she was preceded in death Burial followed in neral Home, Salt Lick, by one daughter, Madison dren, Christopher Ryan2009 at the Taul Funeral by one son, Jeffrey Wayne Jones Cemetery. On- cared for arrangements. Christine Calvert. Funeral Griffith, John Marc Griffith Home Chapel with Rev. Bays andonebrother, Frank Line memorial and On-line memorial and (Julie), and Jessica Lynn Kevin Strausbaugh officiat- McCoy, Jr. guestbook available atguest book available at services were 1 PM, Mon-Griffith. Services will be held . Funeral services will be day, November 9, 2009 at the Wednesday, October 28th at mg and burial following in 11 AM Thursday, October www.powellfhsaltlick, www.powellfhsaltlick. Taul Funeral Home Chapel llam at First Baptist Church the Machpelah Cemetery.29, 2009 at the Taul Funeral corn corn with Rev. Darrell Coburn of- (Mt. Sterling). Visitation will Pallbearers were J. R. Sal- Home Chapel with Revs. ficiating and burial following be held on Tuesday, October lee, Stanley Stockdale, Jr Jennifer Wilson and Jack inthe Longview Cemeteryin 27th fxom 5-8pro at Taul Fu- Ronnie Stockdale, Tony Powell officiating and buriai Bethel, Kentucky. Pallbear- neral Home (Mt. Sterling). Stockdale, Billy Calvert and following in the McGuire ers were Earl Razor, Darren Pallbearers will be John F. Ricky Howard. Honorary Cemetery. Friends may vis- Campbell, MitcheUGoodpas- Morris, David R. Morris,pallbearers were Harvey it Wednesday evening from 5-8 PM at the Taul Funeral Roger Riggs, Marc Griffith Faulkner, Doug Dawson, Home. Pallbearers will be ter, Braxton Waller, Wayne and Ryan Griffith. Honorary Joseph, and Roy Holder, Jr bearers: Maxey Bible Class, Wayne Carpenter, Robert Doug Seat, Steve McGuire, Honorary pallbearers were Kiwanis of Mt. Sterling, RO- Carpenter, Donnie Carpen- Billy McCoy, Brandon Mc- Gary Copher, Darren Razor, MEOs, Chuck Vice; Joel Hen- ter, Harold W. Witt, Billy Coy, Leroy Stamper, Roger Chris Cook, Ken McCltire, nessy, CecilTuttle, Ken Stan- Cox, Rudy Mapel, and BudMcGuire, Jack Powell, and and Kevin Olivia. ley, and Jimmy Scott. Kinser. James Fultz. ])ebbie Advertising Rel: (606) 336-0907 (859) 289-6425 Powell Funeral Home 24 Hour Obituary Ng :O,aook Information Line ns.M 6cou 606,683', 221 I Do you want a cheaper Medicare Supplement Plan? Guaranteed issued For a personal interview, call: Jim Some annuity owners are losing half of their annuity interest to taxes and are not even aware of the problem. Learn about the little-known tax laws that could save you thousands of dollars in income and estate taxes! 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