Obituaries for Nov. 14

November 14, 2004

Robert Carson

LIBERTY - Robert "R.C." Carson, 80, of Dunnville, died Friday at Casey County Hospital.

Born Nov. 21, 1923, in Adair County, he was the son of the late Fred and Mary Neal Carson. He was a farmer and a heavy equipment operator. He was a member of Antioch Christian Church and Army veteran of World War II.

Survivors include his wife, Lois Tarter Carson; and three sisters, Donna Overstreet of Dunnville, and Margie Foster and Wanda Hatter, both of Lexington.

Services will be 2 p.m. Monday at Antioch Christian Church by Bryce McCulley. Burial will be in Antioch Cemetery with military honors by Casey County Funeral Squad.


Pallbearers will be David, Keith and Doug Tarter, Steve Wesley, Thurman Terry and Larry Terry.

Honorary pallbearers are Donald Tarter, Jerry Harris, Howard and J.R. Haggard, Ralph Price, J.Q. Rodgers and Bill Trammell.

Visitation is 6-9 p.m. today at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home and after noon Monday at the church.

Pauline Harris

HARRODSBURG - Pauline Harris, 74, died Saturday at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center.

Born July 22, 1930, in Mercer County, she was the daughter of the late Will and Katie Dearing Click.

Arrangements are incomplete at Ransdell Funeral Chapel.

Laura Monday

LIBERTY - Laura Monday, 82, of Liberty, died Friday at Heritage Hall Nursing Home.

Born June 11, 1922, in Adair County, she was the daughter of the late Charles E. and Grace E. Sapp Dickerson. She was a homemaker, a farmer, and a member of Block Pentecostal Church. She was the widow of Clevie B. Monday.

Survivors include four sons, Freddie Monday and Jim Monday, both of Edinburgh, Ind., Curtis L. Monday of Noblesville, Ind. and Wendell Monday of Newtown, Ohio; six daughters, Gretha Moxley of Taylorsville, Ind., Fern Beaty of Daleville, Ohio, Norma Burton of Edinburg, Ind., Libby Monday of Fairborn, Ohio, Wanda Lay of Lawrenceburg and Lisa Monday-Brown of London; five brothers, Fred, Elbert, Harvey, Leonard and Gordon Dickerson, all of the Cincinnati area; four sisters, Naomi Campbell, Marcia Tinker, Tillie Doughman and Phyllis Gibson, all of the Cincinnati area; 23 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.

She was preceded in death by two sons, Carl D. Monday and Paul D. Monday; and one daughter, Charlene Monday.

Services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at Block Pentecostal Church by Gary Lavender and Bill Rose. Burial will be in Caney Fork Cemetery.

Active and honorary pallbearers will be grandchildren.

Visitation will be 5-9 p.m. Monday at Bartle Funeral Home and after 9 a.m. Tuesday at the church.


Helen H. Arnold

Services for Helen H. Arnold, 68, of E. Lexington Ave. will be 11 a.m. Monday at Stith Funeral Home by the Rev. David Mullins. Burial will be in Danville Memorial Gardens.

She died Thursday at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center.

Born Oct. 20, 1936, in Liberty, she was the daughter of the late S.J. and Mary Goode Carpenter. She was a secretary and paralegal who worked for Kentucky State Hospital, Gilmer & Pennington., Barnett & Hensley, and the Attorney Generals Office. She was a member of First Baptist Church.

Survivors include her husband, William M. Arnold of Danville; two sons, Anthony V. Arnold and Barry S. Arnold, both of Danville; a sister, Sondra Hainsworth Worthington of Danville; and five grandchildren.

Pallbearers will be Dr. Robert Fowler, Tom Stewart, Charles McCrystal, Dennis Sallee, Fred Worthington and Bill Hainsworth.

Honorary pallbearers are Stephanie Arnold, Cory Arnold, Alyson Arnold, Arin Arnold and William Arnold.

Visitation is after 5 p.m. today at Stith Funeral Home.

Earl L. Kleckner

Services for Earl Leroy Kleckner Sr., 80, of Coldstream Drive, were Saturday at Stith Funeral Home. Burial was in Bellevue Cemetery. Military rites were provided by American Legion,Boyle Post 46.

Kleckner died Thursday at Danville Centre for Health and Rehabilitation.

Born Feb. 18, 1924, in New Castle, Pa., he was the son of the late Stephen J. and Elizabeth A. Knoblock Kleckner. He was purchasing director for National Casket Co. in Lancaster and owner of Elk Associates in Danville from 1973-1995. He was a member of Our Savior Lutheran Church and a graduate of Youngstown State University. He was an Army veteran of World War II.

Survivors include his wife, Nancy Hoffman Kleckner; two daughters, Nancy L. Camden of Burgin and Amy L. Thomas of Georgetown, Ohio; three sons, Earl L. Kleckner and David L. Kleckner, both of Danville, and Bill L. Kleckner of Richmond; two sisters, Emmy L. Drake of Palo Alto, Calif., and Mary A. Laconi of San Francisco, Calif.; 18 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, Jon L. Kleckner.

Pallbearers were Earl Kleckner, David L. Kleckner, Bill Kleckner, Tom Camden, Robert Thomas, Earl Kleckner II, Scott Kleckner, David C. Kleckner.

Memorials may go to Disabled American Veterans.

William F. Wardlow

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