Clyde Fouts, 82, widower of Lavada Caudill Fouts, died Saturday, Sept. 15. He was born March 29, 1925, in Cornettsville, Ky., to the late Henry Bradley and Alta Caudill Fouts. Clyde was a member and deacon of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, a decorated Army Veteran of World War II receiving three Purple Heart Medals, four Bronze Stars and one Oak Leaf Cluster and member of the DAV. Survivors are three children, Charles Dixon and his wife Barbara of Texas, Marge Smith and her husband Glenn of Garrard County, Linda Becknell and her husband Wayne of Jessamine County, five grandchildren, Greg Becknell and his wife Veronica of Jessamine County, Lisa Rigolo, Scott Morris and his wife Beverly, Laura Metzenberg and her husband Pacer and Kevin Becknell and his wife Marsha, all of Nicholasville, nine great-grandchildren, a son in law, Bobby Becknell of Nicholasville, three sisters, Mabel Caudill of Pike County, Polly Collins and Phyllis Caudill of Letcher County, a brother, Frank Fouts of Casey County and other family members. He was also preceded in death by a daughter, Ella Marie Becknell, a granddaughter, Sheri Dixon and a great-grandson, Benjamin Grant Becknell. Services were held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church with the Rev. Basil Hall, the Rev. Bobby Becknell and the Rev. Dewayne Brewer officiating. The burial followed in Camp Nelson National Cemetery. Visitation was from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., Monday, at Betts & West Funeral Home and 10 a.m. Tuesday until time of service at the church. Bearers were Greg, Kevin and Bryan Becknell, Scott Morris, Pacer Metzenberg and Wayne Taylor. Honorary bearers were the Men's Sunday School class and deacons of the church. Memorials suggested to the Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Building Fund.