October 10, 2012
Ralph Chester Padgett, 77, of Waynesburg, passed away Thursday, Oct. 4, at his residence. Born Friday, March 15, 1935, in Lincoln County, Ralph was a son of the late Chester and Mary Ethel Hayes Padgett. He was a general laborer. Survivors include children, Ralph C. (Shannon) Padgett, Keith Allen, Michael Dean, Ralph David, Christine Judith, Linda Sue, Kimberly Kay, and Malissa Padgett; brothers, Don and Wayne Padgett; sisters, Pat Beck, Barbara Steele, Brenda Baldwin, Carolyn Weaver and Elizabeth Blanton; and several grandchildren. Graveside services were Oct. 6, at Olive Cemetery. Barnett & Demrow Funeral Home was in charge.
August 15, 2012
Chester Flora, 84, husband of Nancy Flora, died Sunday at Saint Joseph Hospice Care Center. A native of Versailles, he was born July 20, 1927, to the late Alvia and Mattie Jane Aldridge Flora. Chester was a retired truck driver for Fab Steel and member of the Harvest Worship Center. Other survivors are children Sandra Moore, Rick Flora, Beverly Campbell and Greg Flora; 13 grandchildren; and 20 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by daughter Daehney Flora, a brother and two sisters.
May 11, 2012
Chester Brinegar, 71, of Clark Co., widower of the late Ruby Lynn Osborne Brinegar, passed away on Thursday, May 10, 2012 at his home. Mr. Brinegar was born in Wagersville, Ky. on Sept. 22, 1940 to the late Andrew Jackson Brinegar and Velda Plowman Brinegar. He was a retired tobacco farmer and a member of the Wagersville Pentecostal Community Church. Survivors include his five children; Roger Brinegar, Brenda (Ollie) Crawford; Andrew (Amber) Brinegar and Judy Clark of Clark County and Marilyn Warner of Estill County; seven grandchildren; Lucy (Jesse)
August 30, 2010
Former Danville all-state lineman Chester Ford was at Tennessee for one year with current UK assistant coach Tee Martin. “Chester when I got there as a freshman, they had this prank deal where the seniors went around the dorms and the freshmen would be knocked out asleep and they would sneak into the room and holler and wake you up and just pour water all over you,” said Martin. “I am a freshman and C. Ford and Joey Kent were seniors. I was knocked out, they yelled and I woke up and they doused me with water.
August 25, 2010
Chester Elwood Aldridge, 70, husband of Shirley Ann Fryman Aldridge, died Sunday. Elwood was born Oct. 23, 1939, in Nicholasville to the late William Chester Aldridge and Willie Ann Ward Aldridge Cooper. He retired from Pat Bryne Printing and was a member of The Lexington Kentucky Racing Pigeon Club and Camp Nelson Baptist Church. Additional survivors are four children, Jenny Aldridge of Midway, Tammy and husband Lon Whitehead and Michele and husband Cleatous Coffey of Nicholasville, and Billy and wife Lynne Hyden of Lexington; 10 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; a sister, Betty Goldey; two special nieces, Carol and husband Dennie Williams, and Cheryl and husband Rich Critz, all of Ohio.
August 20, 2009
Chester Ray Abbott, 79, of West Science Hill, died Monday, Aug. 17 at Hillcrest Convalescent Center in Corbin. A native of Science Hill, he was born Oct. 31, 1929, to the late William "Bill" and Delphia (Wilson) Abbott. He was a veteran of the Korean War, worked in the Pulaski County School System as a bus and truck driver and also in maintenance and frozen foods and was a member of West Science Hill Baptist Church. He was also preceded in death by 13 siblings. Survivors include his wife, Marie (Dick)
June 11, 2009
Elizabeth Florence Lair, 87, of McKinney, died Thursday, June 4 at Golden Living Center in Stanford. A native of Lincoln County, she was born May 4, 1921, to the late Chester and Mary Owens Foley. She was of the Pentecostal faith, had worked at Cowdens in Lancaster for 40 years and was an Avon representative for 39 years. Survivors include a son, Jimmie Ray (Brenda) Lair of Danville; a grandson, Brian Ray (Laura) Lair and a great grandson, Noah Ray Lair both of McKinney; three sisters, Jewell Henry, Mildred Delk and Francis Sims all of McKinney; a brother, David Foley of Liberty; and a brother-in-law, Manford Sims of McKinney.
April 8, 2009
Lewis Chester Warren 75, husband of Janice Johnson Warren, died Thursday April 2. Chester was born June 20, 1933 in Jessamine County to the late Jasper Milton and Nannie Walker Warren. He was retired from the parks and recreation department of the city-county government, a member of Christ Community Church and was one of the founders of the Jessamine County Adult Softball League. Additional survivors are his three children, Darrell Warren and wife Jodie of Nicholasville, Jeffrey Warren of New York and Angie Keilman and husband Dan of Indiana, six grandchildren, William, Jacob, Danielle, Raven, Amanda and Alex, brother, Herbert Warren of Nicholasville, brother and sister-in-laws, Roger and Rita Johnson of Indiana and Bobby and Carol Routt of Florida and other family members.
February 25, 2009
Ruthie Mae Shelton Turner, 74, of Andrea Drive, Nicholasville, widow of Raymond Turner, died Tuesday, Feb. 18, at her home. She was born on April 16, 1934 in Livingston, Ky., the daughter of the late Chester and Maggie Sturgill Shelton. She was employed by Libby McNeil & Libby. She is survived by three daughters, Debby and husband Allen Smithson of Whitley City, Ky., Vickie Carden and Bobbi and husband Gordon Ironmonger of Nicholasville, five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
February 19, 2009
Chester Matthew Young, 61, of Hustonville, died Wednesday, Feb. 11. He was born April 2, 1947, to the late James Matthew and Virginia Jones Young.Chester Matthew Young, 61, of Hustonville, died Wednesday, Feb. 11. He was born April 2, 1947, to the late James Matthew and Virginia Jones Young. He taught in Lincoln County, worked for Gale Watson Gate Co., and was a Vietnam veteran having received a Purple Heart and two bronze stars, one for valor. Survivors include children, Katherine Kays, James Matthew Young and Megan Holtzclaw; brothers, Henry Tarlton Young and Jerry Matthew Young; sisters, Dora Catherine Ramsey and Linda Francis Dana; and seven grandchildren.