NONA LORRAINE KNAPP COCKERHAM, 82
LENETTE ANN HOPKINS GUTHRIE, 64
DON H. MARTIN, 90
LAVADA STRONG, 72
SHARON ANN GLOTZBACH, 63
YVONNE FARLER, 75
JOSHUA DEVIN KELLY, 28
LINDA L. HARVEY, 66
MARGIE STUMBAUGH WISEMAN, 82
KATRINE OLIVER PURLEE, 90
INNIS N. COONS HOWARD, 93
JAMES E. BARNETT, 68
SHARELL DENNIS BOWER, 86
RUBY M. JACKSON, 87
TED D. MCCOY, 61
DONNA JEAN HISEY, 53
BENJAMIN DUSTIN DUGAN, 25
EDWARD AUSTIN ARTHUR, 84
ROBERT E. "BOB" RIPPY, 73
PHYLLIS J. HIGNITE, 75
RUBY ALENE TAFLINGER, 92
JENNIFER L. SPEER SCOTT, 37
JAMES JIM BARNETT, 68
RALEIGH T. DAVIDSON, 47
NORMA LEE RILEY, 72
NORMA JEAN EVAND, 68
MABLE C. JONES, 99
VIRGINIA BANBURY, 92
MARY LOUISE BUSH, 84
NONA LORRAINE KNAPP COCKERHAM,, 82, Medora died Friday, August. 20 at the residence of her daughter.
She had worked at Domestic Laundry, Heritage House and as a caregiver.
She was born Feb. 11, 1928 in Columbus, the daughter of "Little" Clark Knapp and Armilda Gates Knapp. They preceded her in death.
She was also preceded in death by her husband, Jakie Earl Cockerham, a son, David Cockerham; a grandson, Brian Davidson; five brothers, James Knapp, Cecil Knapp, Floyd Knapp, Earl Knapp and Carl Knapp; and a sister, Irene Knapp Dail.
Survivors include three daughters, Joann Wheeler of Clearspring, Rose Mary Cox of Medora and Barbara (Jeff) Cowles of Salem; two sons, Stanley Earl (Connie) Cockerham of Medora and Jakie Allan (Joni) Cockerham of Freetown; 11 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, and a friend, Bobby T.
Services were held Friday, August 28 at Medora Christian Church. Cremation was chosen. Arrangements were by Hague Funeral Home in Medora.
Memorials may be given to Schneck Foundation Hospice Fund or Medora Christian Church Youth Fund.
LENETTE ANN HOPKINS GUTHRIE, 64, Campbellsburg, died Saturday, August 21,at her residence.
Born January 22, 1946, in rural Mitchell, she was the daughter of Leonard and Anna Rowena Gilstrap Hopkins.
Lenette was united in marriage on November 26, 1965, to Thomas L. Guthrie at Leipsic EUB Church.
She was a graduate of Orleans High School (1964), held an associate degree from Indiana University Southeast and a bachelor's degree in human resource management from Oakland City University. She worked at several jobs, including employers Holland Dairy, Hoosier Hills PACT and Hoosier Uplands as an ombudsman. She excelled at bookkeeping and was a church treasurer for many years and township bookkeeper. She enjoyed many hobbies, including stained glass, painting, and her pilot's license and flying. She was a member of Sugar Creek Christian Church and attended Mt. Carmel Christian Church. She was preceded in death by her parent.
Surviving are her husband, Tom Guthrie, Campbellsburg; two sons, Jeff Guthrie, Campbellsburg, and Tim Guthrie and wife, Tricia (Batt), Salem; two step-grandsons, Josh Atchison, Bedford, and Travis Atchison, Salem; two grandchildren, Mason Guthrie and Isabella Guthrie, both of Salem; two sisters, Rita (Gary) Bowman, Bedford, and Debbie (Ed) Smith, Campbellsburg; four brothers, Frank (Sheila) Hopkins, Ogden, Utah, Ronnie (Brenda) Hopkins, Campbellsburg, and William Joe (Debbie) Hopkins and Lindy Ray (DeAnn) Hopkins, all of Leipsic; nieces and nephews.
Services were held on Wednesday, August 25 at Mt. Carmel Christian Church with burial in Mt. Carmel Cemetery.
Arrangements were by Chastain Funeral Home.
DON H. MARTIN, SR., 90, Salem, died Sunday, August. 22, at his residence.
He was the owner of WSLM Radio Station in Salem and had been a resident of Washington County for most of his life. He was a graduate of Indiana University, where he studied Radio and Broadcasting.
He was also a member of the First Christian Church of Salem, the Washington County Chamber of Commerce, Friends of the Library board, a charter member of Salem Rotary Club, Salem Exchange Club, Masonic Lodge, National Association of Broadcasters, NRB, IBA, KBA , Awareness Washington County, and was a charter member of the Washington County Community Foundation. He was a Marine in Guam during WWII.
He was born Jan. 25, 1920 in Illinois, the son of the late Verne O. and Flossie M. Trueblood Martin.
He was preceded in death by his wife Charlotte Rose Pruitt, three brothers, Delvin Martin, Delmar Martin and Teddy Max Martin, and one sister, Nina L. Coombs.
Survivors include four daughters, Roxanne (Tom) Fultz and Becky (Greg) White, both of Salem, and Kathleen Martin and Donna Evans, both of New Albany; two sons, Ric Martin of Sellersburg and J.R. Martin of Salem; a sister, Vernal Martin-Martin of Scottsburg; 15 grandchildren, several great-grandchildren and several great-great-grandchildren.
Services were conducted on Wednesday, August 25 at First Christian Church of Salem with burial at Crown Hill Cemetery with full military honors. Arrangements were by Dawalt Funeral Home.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Charlotte Rose Martin Fund at the Washington County Community Foundation, P.O. Box 50, Salem, IN 47167.
LAVADA STRONG, 72, of Austin died Sunday, August 22 at her residence.
She retired from Arvins in Columbus and was a member of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary in Austin.
Born in Perry County, Ky. on April 4, 1938, she was the daughter of the late Robert and Emma McIntosh Hays.
Survivors include her husband, Wallace Strong of Austin, a daughter, Deborah Kay (Douglas) Campbell of Austin; a son, Wallace Dale (Sharon) Strong of Scottsburg; three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Services were held on Wednesday, August 25 at Buchanan Funeral Home in Austin with burial in Little York Cemetery.
SHARON ANN GLOTZBACH, 63, Charlestown, died Tuesday, August 24 at Clark Memorial Hospital.
She was born on December 27, 1946 to Anthony L. and Nancy J. Kiesler Glotzbach in Clark County. She was an insurance underwriter as well as a licensed commercial property and casualty agent employed by United Brokers Inc. She was a lifelong member of St. Michael's Catholic Church in Charlestown.
She was one of the founding members of Sharon's Spanish Education Class in Charlestown.
She was preceded in death by her parents and nephew Ross Mongin (Jennifer).
Survivors include her brothers: Tony Glotzbach (Mary Beth), New Albany and Pat Glotzbach (Mirian), Charlestown, two sisters, Pauline Bourne, Jeffersonville and Jane Mongin (Matthew), Ohio, f ive nephews, Michael Bourne, Larry Bourne, Shawn Mongin, Bryan Glotzbach (Malia) and Travis Glotzbach, four nieces,Susan Jackson (Glen), Sarah Figy (Chris), Angie Bryson (Chris) and Dana Voyles (Jason) and care taker Sharon “Granny” Tucker. Services were conducted on Saturday, August 28 at St. Michael's Catholic Church with burial in St. Michael's Cemetery.
Expressions of sympathy are to go to Charlestown Excellence in Education Foundation, P. O. Box 507, Charlestown, Indiana, 47111 or Hosparus of Southern Indiana, P.O. Box 17, New Albany, Indiana 47151.
YVONNE FARLER, 75, Borden, died Saturday, August 21 at Clark Memorial Hospital.
She was born December 18, 1934 in Borden to Melvin and Elizabeth Conrad.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Donald Eugene Farler, brother, William Conrad and sister Kathleen Jackson.
Survivors include her long time companion, James Jackson, Borden, two sons Richard (Kim) Farler, Louisville and Kevin (Debbie) Farler, Oklahoma, two daughters, Pamela Rozack, Borden, Karen (John) Young, Salem, 12 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Services were held on Thursday, August 26 at Garr Funeral Home in Sellersburg with burial in Hickory Grove Cemetery, Borden.
Expressions of sympathy can go to the American Kidney Foundation.
JOSHUA DEVIN KELLY, 28, New Albany, died Saturday, August 21 at Jewish Hospital in Louisville.
He was born September 10, 1981 to Sally and Gary Lee Kelly. He graduated from New Albany High School in 2000 and attended Indiana University Southeast.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Tommy and Betty Kelly, Sellersburg and Jay Kae and Olga Milroy, Seymour.
Survivors include his parents, one sister, Dena Kelly-Brooner (Larry), one niece, Brynnen, three nephews, Lennon, MacKennon and Finnien, girlfriend, Nancy Akers, aunts, Bonnie (John) Akers, Donna (Tony) Ahlband; Teresa (Deniz) Ozdogu; Susie (Grant) Graves; Pris (Bruce) Grant and uncles Tim (Paula) Kelly and Toby Milroy.
Services were held on Wednesday, August 25 at Grace Lutheran Church with burial in Sellersburg Cemetery.
Expressions of sympathy should go to New Albany High School Scholarship Fund in memory of Joshua Kelly.
KAREN MILLIGAN, Greenville, died Sunday, August 22 at her home.
Survivors include her husband, James Milligan, two sons, Darren Batman and Chris Milligan, two daughters, Jamie Knight and Cassie Milligan, five grandchildren, three brothers, Byron, Robert and Craig Batman, four sisters, Kathleen Houchin, Kari Grunden, Candice Fultz and Chloe Fields.
Services were conducted on Wednesday, August 25 at Love Funeral Home in Palmyra.
LINDA L. HARVEY,66, Jeffersonville, died Tuesday, August 24.
She was the 2007 Maharanee for the APET Shrine and was a member of the Hoosier Hillbillies at Tri County Shrine. She was the first female to work for the Clarksville Police Department, working as a dispatcher and in the records department. She was also a tutor for Colgate Elementary.
She was preceded in death by her parents Fred and Emma (Daughtery) Cook and her daughter, Anna Gardner.
Survivors include her husband Ralph Harvey, Clarksville, two sons, Eric G. Hamilton, Japan and Ralph G. Harvey, Clarksville, two daughters, Cathy Bird, Westport and Missy G. Hamilton Rassenfoss, Sellersburg, two bothers, Buck Cook, Paoli and Donnie Cook, New Albany, three sisters, Mary Cook, Paoli, Sue Underhill, West Baden and Betty Pennington, Salem, 10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Services were held Friday, August 27 at E. M. Coots' Sons Funeral Home with burial in Walnut Ridge Cemetery.
Expressions of sympathy should go to Hosparus or Tri-County Shrine.
MARGIE STUMBAUGH WISEMAN, 82, Jeffersonville, died Wednesday, August 25 at her residence.
She was a retired bookkeeper for the Holiday Inn in New Albany and a member of First Church of God in Jeffersonville, WCTU (Womens Christian Temperance Union), Fall City Optimist in Jeffersonville, VFW Ladies Auxiliary in New Albany and was a volunteer at Clark Memorial Hospital gift shop.
She was preceded in death by her daughter, Janice Edwards and her sons, Garry Carroll and Ronald Timberlake.
Survivors include children, Gale Timberlake (Ann), Marengo; Joyce Clifford (Tommy) Elizabeth; Peggy Firkins, Georgetown; Dallas Carroll, New Albany, Ricky Carroll, Jeffersonville, Debbie Morris, Jeffersonville and Michael Carroll (Connie), Charlestown, 20 grandchildren, 31 great- grandchildren and nine great-great-grandchildren.
Services were conducted on Saturday, August 28 at Kraft Funeral Chapel with burial in Walnut Ridge Cemetery in Jeffersonville.
KATRINA OLIVER PURLEE, 90, Baton Rouge, La. died Saturday, August 21 at St. Clare Manor.
She was a retired tailor. Born in Salem, she lived many years in New Albany.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Leon E. Purlee, and one son, Lee Edward Purlee.
Survivors include a daughter, Judy P. Foust, Baton Rouge; a daughter-in-law, Barbara Purlee, Greenwood; a sister, Marietta Stephenson, Salem; four grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.
Services were held on Wednesday, August 25 at First United Methodist Church in Baton Rouge. Burial will be at a later date in Salem. Rabenhorst Funeral Home in Baton Rouge was in charge of arrangements.
Expressions of sympathy can be made to The Future is Now, c/o First United Methodist Church, 930 North Blvd., Baton Rouge, La. 70802.
INNIS N. COONS HOWARD, 93, Crawfordsville, died Tuesday, August. 24 at Millpond Health Campus in Greencastle.
She had worked at Wilson Brother's Shirt Factory and was a member of Old Union Chapel EUB Church. She was a 1936 graduate of Crawfordsville High School.
She was born February 15, 1917 in Frankfor to Clarence and Ethel Toney Coons.
She was also preceded in death by her husband. Charles Kenneth Howard and a sister Dorothy Coons Delong.
Survivors include a daughter, Janet Lynn Howard, Crawfordsville; a sister, Alberta Coons Denham, Salem; and a brother, James W. Coons, Crawfordsville. Services were held on Friday, August 27 at Hunt and Son Funeral Home in Crawfordsville.
JAMES E. BARNETT, 68, Salem, formerly of Nabb, died Thursday, August 26 at his home.
He was the owner of buy-sell-trade in Nabb.
He was born November 21, 1941 in Louisville, the son of Scott Martin and Frances McDaniel Barnett.
He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Robert Barnett and Scott Barnett; and a sister, Norma Bean.
Survivors include four brothers, Norman "Sonny" Barnett of Scottsburg, Albert "Butch" Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri, Raymond Barnett of Jeffersonville and George "Bob" Barnett of Salem; and a sister, Mildred "Chink" Logsdon of Jeffersonville.
There will be no visitation or services.
SHARELL DENNIS BOWER, 86, New Washington, died Thursday, August 26 at Providence Retirement Home.
He was born on March 13, 1924 to Cad and Cordie Dickey Bower. He was an Army Veteran of WW II in which he was awarded the Bronze Star. He was also a tanker man in the petroleum business.
Survivors include his son, Dennis Bower, Otisco, his daughter Mary Ann Shultz, Otisco, four grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Services were held on Saturday, August 28 at Grayson Funeral Home in New Washington with burial in Crown Hill Cemetery.
RUBY M. JACKSON, 87, Winter Haven, Florida, died Friday, August 21 at her residence.
She was the daughter of the late Ernest Edward Wright and Dee (Simpson). She was retired from the Polk County School System.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Marvin Jackson and one brother Noel Wright.
Survivors include one son, Tony Akers, New Albany, one daughter, Patricia Potts, Borden, two brothers, Hobert Wright and Jackie Jackson, both of Borden, four grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.
Services were held on Saturday, August 28 at Hughes-Taylor Funeral Home with burial in Kraft Graceland Memorial Park.
TED D. MCCOY,61, Otisco, died Thursday, August 26 at his residence.
He was born on August 23, 1949 to Hubert T. and the late Ada Anderson McCoy. He was a retired chemical operator at Dupont in Louisville, was a member of Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church, an avid golfer, hunter and an advocate for colon cancer prevention.
Survivors include his wife of 41 year, Sandy Walls McCoy, Otsico, his father, Hubert T. McCoy, Kentucky, son, Jonathan McCoy (Colette), Charlestown, daughter, Julie Lange (Steve), Louisville, brother, Marc McCoy (Rita), Otisco, brother-in-law, Rev. Jimmy Walls (Catherine), Charlestown, neices, nephew and grandchildren, Luke, Ella, Addison and Levi McCoy and Austin and Collin Lange.
Services were held on Monday, August 20 at Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church in Charlestown with burial in Charlestown Cemetery. Grayson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Expressions of sympathy can be made to the Colon Cancer Prevention Project, P.O. Box 4039, Louisville, Kentucky, 40205.
DONNA JEAN HISEY, 53, Nashville died Saturday, August 28 at her home.
She was a former employee of Credit Bureau of Ohio. She was a member of Church of Christ in Winter Haven, Florida and American Legion Auxiliary.
She was preceded in death by her daughter, LaDonna Hisey, and her mother, Mary Trett.
She was born December 22, 1956 in Washington County, the daughter of Donald and Mary Ann Trett Maudlin.
Survivors includes her father, Donnie Maudlin of Nashville; a sister, Sue Ann Moore of Columbus; and a nephew.
Services were held on Tuesday, August 31 at Weathers Funeral Home with burial in Crown Hill Cemetery.
BENJAMIN DUSTIN DUGAN, 25, Greenville died Monday, August 23 at his home.
He was born on January 22, 1985 in Jeffersonville the son of Jess DuGan and Connie Kersey. He was employed by Sheraton at Riverside in Jeffersonville.
He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Ray A. Kersey and his little brother Christopher DuGan.
Survivors include his mother Connie Kersey, Clarksville, his father Jess R. DuGan, Louisville, step-father, Raymond L. Humes, Jeffersonville, his fiancé' Lauren Fowler, Greenville, sisters Kara Gaughan and Bethany DuGan, both of Louisville, grandmother, Linda Kersey, Jeffersonville, grandparents, Dan and Mary DuGan, Florida, neices and nephews, Serenity, Giovani and Makaila.
Services were held on Tuesday, August 31 at Grayson Funeral Home with private burial in Fairview Cemetery.
EDWARD AUSTIN AURTHUR, 84, New Washington, died Tuesday, August 24 at Green Valley Care Center.
He was born April 17, 1926 in Louisville to Edward and Anna Williams Arthur. He was an insurance salesman for Farm Bureau Insurance Company, a member of First Baptist Church in New Washington, the Charlestown American Legion, the Moose Lodge in Madison and a Kentucky Colonel.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
Survivors include his wife Marilyn Mahoney Arthur, New Washington, son, Butch Arthur and Coonie Arthur, both of New Washington and Kevin Arthur of Florida, daughter, Debbie Truman, New Washington, sister, Catherine Arthur, Madison, grandchildren, Shannon, Matthew, Brian, Heather and Andy, great-grandchildren, Matthew, Mason and Jakob.
Services were held on Tuesday, August 31 at Grayson Funeral Home in New Washington with burial in Crown Hill Cemetery.
ROBERT E. "BOB" RIPPY, 73, died Tuesday, August 26 at his home.
He retired from Prudential Insurance in 1997 after serving with them for 34 years. He then joined the Hoosier Hills Credit Union in Bedford in 1997 as an investment advisor. He was a member of the First Baptist Church in Bedford, a charter member of the Bedford Exchange Club and a veteran of the U.S. Army.
Born on April 3, 1937 in Washington County, and was the son of John F. Rippy and Leona Sanders Rippy.
He was preceded in death by his parents, one daughter, Kathy Lynn Rippy, and one brother, Ronald Rippy.
Survivors include his wife, Mary Helen , two daughters, Robin (Brian) Elliott and Lu Ann (Mike) Nicholson all of Bedford; three grandchildren; one sister, Reita Babcock of Hardinsburg; one sister-in-law: Judy Rippy of Salem; several nieces and nephews.
Services were conducted on Monday, August 30 at Day and Carter Mortuary in Bedford with burial in Martinsburg Cemetery.
PHYLLIS J. HIGNITE , 75, Crothersville, died Monday, August 23, at her home.
The Tampico native worked at Cartwright’s Pharmacy, managed the Crothersville License Branch and retired from Crothersville Elementary School as a librairian and teacher’s aide. She also worked in the gift shop at Seymour Cracker Barrel and then worked at Tanner’s Market in Crothersville. She also sold Avon and was a member of Tampico Christian Church, Tampico Lady Volunteers, Phi Beta Psi Sorority, Smiling Faces Home Extension Club, The Neighborhood Club, Avon presidents club.
Survivors include three daughters, Janie LaMaster of Scottsburg, Lisa Hackman of Paris Crossing, Sandy Briner of Crothersville; six grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; one sister, Darlene Rosemeyer of Crothersville; one step-daughter, Berniece O’Broskey of Orange City, Fl., one niece, one nephew; two great nieces.
The Rev. Jim Lane, the Rev. Rudolph Hamblin and the Rev. Mike Hawkins conducted funeral services on Friday, August 27, at Tampico Christian burial followed at Russell Chapel Cemetery.
Memorial contribution may be made in her memory of Phyllis to Russell Chapel Cemetery or to Tampico Christian Church in care of Adams Funeral Home in Crothersville.
RUBY ALENE TAFLINGER, 92, Lexington, died Wednesday, August 25, at The Waters of Scottsburg.
She was a former employee of Morgan Foods in Austin and also the old Charlestown Ammunition Plant. She was a member of the Lexington Presbyterian Church in Lexington.
Survivors include a daughter, Patsy Berry of Columbia, Ky., a sister, Anna Mae Taflinger of Indianapolis; three grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and a caregiver, Glenda Albertson.
Funeral service was Friday, August 27, at Lexington Presbyterian Church.
Memorial contributions may be made through Collins Funeral Home to the Lexington Volunteer Fire Department or the Lexington Presbyterian Church.
JENNIFER L. (SPEER) SCOTT, 37, Las Vegas, NV., formerly of Seymour, died Tuesday, August 24, at Select Speciality Hospital in Beech Grove.
She was a member of Valley Bible Fellowship in Las Vegas and has been employed with the airline industry for 11 years.
Survivors include her husband, Mark A. Scott, formerly of Scipio; a son, Ryan Scott, two sisters, Emily Speer and Deana Speer; paternal grandmother, Juanita Speer.
Funeral service was at Voss Chapel on Saturday, August 28, with burial in the Graham Creek Cemetery in Jennings County.
JAMES (JIM) BARNETT, 68, Salem, formerly of Nabb, died Thursday, August 26, at his home.
He was a native of Louisville, Ky., and was the owner of Buy-Sell-Trade in Nabb.
Survivors include four brothers, Norman “Sonny” Barnett of Scottsburg, Albert “Butch” Barnett of St. Louis, Mo., Raymon Barnett of Jeffersonville; and George “Bob” Barnett of Salem; a sister, Mildred “Chink” Logsdon of Jeffersonville.
There was no visitation or services. Wethers Funeral Home handled the arrangements.
RALEIGH T. DAVIDSON, 47, Scottsburg, died Tuesday, August 24, at Scott Memorial Hospital.
He was a Kentucky native.
Survivors include a son, Shawn Davidson of Beattyville, Ky.
Cremation was chosen.
Buchanan Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.
NORMAN LEE RILEY, 72, Paris Crossing, died Thursday, August 26, at Scott Memorial Hospital in Scottsburg.
The Booneville, Ky., native was retired from Seymour Houseware and Construction and also owned Norm’s Seamless Gutter.
Survivors include his daughters, Angela Collins of Paris Crossing and Sharon Helton of Paris Crossing; a son, Gary Riley of Paris Crossing, brother, John Riley of Austin; eight grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
Funeral service were held Monday, August 30, at Buchanan Funeral Home with the Rev. Granville Barger officiating.
Burial was at the Wesley Chapel Cemetery in Austin.
NORMA JEAN (JEANIE) HUELSON EVANS, 68, Seymour, formerly of Versailles, died Thursday, August 26, at her home.
She was a member of the Fellowship of Jackson County Clergy and the Brownstown Ministerial Association. She was co-pastor with her husband at the Seymour Family Worship Center.
Survivors include her husband, Ronald Evans; three daughters, Belinda Lawburgh of Holton, Joanna Sawalich of Shelbyville, Ky., and Anglea Sadler of Indianapolis; one son, Eric Evans of Seymour, 18 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren, two sisters, Jayne Williams of Scottsburg and Judy Hassfurder of Madison; step-mother Wanda Huelson of Versailles; three step-brothers, Jeff Fields of Hereford, Az., Todd Fields of Liberty and Scott Fields of New Marion; four step-sisters, Jackie Flannery of Batesville, Robin Cannarito and Marsha Spivey, both of Napoleon and Jodee Coy of Versailles.
Funeral service will be held Monday, August 30, at the Family Worship Center near Versailles. With the Apostle Leon Walters and Pastors Mike Sawalich and Brad Napier officiating.
Burial was in the St. Peter’s Cemetery at Olean.
Memorial contributions may be made tot he Seymour Family Worship Center, Jackson County Pregnancy Care Center of the Schneck Medical Center Hospice in care of Stratton Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles.
MABEL C. JONES GROSS MORGAN, 99, Madison, died Sunday, August 29, at the Water’s of Clifty Falls of Madison.
She was employed at the Madison State Hospital as an attendant and was a member of the Union Grove Christian Church in Kentucky and had attended the North Madison Christian Church.
Survivors include two daughters, Donna A. Bennett of Madison; Norita Dattilo of Madison; step-daughter Betty Weaver of Victoria, Tx., step-son, George D. Morgan; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren, one great-great-granddaughter, and several step-grandchildren and several step-great-grandchildren and step-great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral service will be Friday, September 3, at Morgan and Nay Funeral Centre in Madison with Bro. Wayne Mahoney officiating.
Visitation will be Thursday, from 4 to 8 p.m. and after 9 a.m. on Friday.
Burial will be in the Carrollton I.O.O. F. Cemetery in Carrollton, Ky.
Memorial contributions may be made in care of the funeral home to the Salvation Army or the Jefferson County Animal Shelter.
VIRGINIA BANBURY, 92, Scottsburg, died Monday, August 30, at Hampton Oaks Health Campus Assisted Living.
The Des Moines, Iowa native was a homemaker and served as a nurse at a U.S. Military Hospital in Pasadena, Ca., during WWII. She was a member of the Scottsburg United Methodist Church, the Widow’s Tea Club, Scott County Humane Society, a veteran of the Women’s Army Corps (WACS) in WWII, a graduate of Goodland High School in Goodland, Ks., and the Halstead Hospital School of Nursing in Kansas.
Survivors include a daughter, Melanie Foster of Scottsburg; a granddaughter of Scottsburg; two great-grandsons.
Funeral service will be Thursday at the Scottsburg United Methodist Church at 11 a.m. Visitation will begin after 9 a.m.
Collins Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.
Memorial contributions may be given to her church in care of the funeral home.
MARY LOUISE BUSH, 84, Crothersville, died Saturday, August 28, at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis.
The Crothersville native worked at the former U.S. Shoe Corporation in Crothersville as a fancy stitcher and was a homemaker. She was a member of Bethany Baptist Church.
Survivors include a daughter, Patricia Sue Baker of Crothersville, a grandson, two great-grandchildren; one brother, Robert Broshears of Crothersville; a sister, Eva Sawyer; a brother, Harold Broshears; a sister, Elizabeth Ann Broshears.
Pastor Larry Joe DeWitt conducted funeral services on Monday, August 30, at Adams Funeral Home in Crothersville with burial in the Crothersville Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be given to the Crothersville Cemetery or Bethany Baptist Church in car of Adams Funeral Home.