June 11, 2009
Glenn Edward Day, 56, of Stanford, died Tuesday, June 2 in Waynesburg, after a farming accident. A native of London, he was born Oct. 1, 1952, to Homer Day, Sr., of Stanford and the late Margaret Lewis Day. He was a member of Crossroad Assembly of God and member and past Master of the Masonic Lodge #60 serving 28 years. Other survivors include Nola Callahan Day of Stanford; sisters, Brenda (Danny) Callahan of Stanford, Shirley (Jerry) Masters of London, Juanita (Floyd) Rowe of Waynesburg, Anna Day of Tallapoosa, Ga. and Retha Herron of Eatontown, Ga.; brothers, Jerry (Audrey)
February 23, 2011
Charles Wilbur Walden, 85, of Winchester, husband of Juanita Shearer Walden for 64 dancing years, passed away Tuesday at the St. Joseph Hospital. He was born April 6, 1925, in Lynchburg, Va., to the late William Andrew and Leona Walden. He was a United States Army and Air Force veteran and served during World War II. He was a member of Central Baptist Church, and a member of the Masonic Lodge. In addition to his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Nita Charles Flynn of Erlanger, and Charmaine Adamo of Myrtle Beach, S.C.; four grandchildren, John Frank Flynn, Ramsey Flynn, Charles Asher Nemetz and Adam Nemetz; nine great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
October 9, 2008
Clifford (Buster) Brown, 84, of Ben Naylor Road in the Buena Vista Community of Garrard County, died Tuesday, Sept. 30 at his home. A native of Garrard County, he was a son of the late William and Ada Scott Brown. He was a farmer, lifelong member of Mt. Olivet Methodist Church, attended Victory Christian Church in Lancaster, was a member and served on the Garrard County Soil Conservation District, voted outstanding farmer of Garrard County, a Shriner and member of the Masonic Lodge #104, and a World War II Army veteran having served in the Pacific Theater.
June 4, 2011
On a recent Saturday afternoon, Nannie Garrett was watching TV and flipping through the day’s edition of The Winchester Sun. Normally, Garrett’s attention would have been focused on the Kentucky Derby being shown on TV, but when she looked down and saw an unidentified picture in the paper, her heart skipped a beat. “I said, ‘What’s Daddy’s picture doing in my lap?’” Garrett said. “There was nobody here but me, so I thought I might be having an out of body experience.” A few days earlier, Ruby Jacobs stumbled across two pictures at the Old Rock Barn on Boonesboro Road.
December 12, 2007
James D. "Jim" Jarvis, 61, husband of 37 years to Pamela Jarvis, of Hawthorne Drive, died Dec. 6, 2007 after a brief illness. He was an employee of CMC Inc., veteran of the U.S. Marines and member of the Masonic Lodge. He was born Aug. 13, 1946, son of the late Street and Hildreth Jarvis. Additional survivors include a son, Trever Jarvis and fiancÃ©e, Alba Campobasso, daughter, Kellie Watts and husband Jeff, he was the proud grandfather of three grandsons, Corey, Cameron and Caleb, a brother, Clifford Jarvis of Florida and sister Sandra Adkinson of Florida, a mother in law, Dorothy Long, sister and brother-in-law, Paula and Gary Hildestad of Oklahoma a special niece and nephew, Casey and Brieann Hildestad of Oklahoma, a nephew, Mark and wife Leslie Adkinson and his son, Leslie and Hunter of Paducah, Ky. Services were at 12:30 a.m. Monday, Dec. 10 at Betts & West Funeral Home.
December 30, 2009
Charles A. Daugherty, 90, of Waverly, Ohio, formerly of Lexington and Nicholasville, passed away Dec. 24, 2009. He was born in Menifee County, on Sept. 3, 1919, to Alexander Hamilton Daugherty and Sarina Belle Pelfrey. He attended the University of Kentucky where he met and married Elizabeth Vera Featherston on Feb. 25, 1942. They were married for 65 years. He joined the United States Air Force, where he served as a sergeant in the 2138th Army Air Force. He was in Ardennes Air Offensive Europe, Normandy, North France, Rhineland and Central Europe.
May 3, 2012
George E. “Pete” Foster, 65, of Owensboro, passed away Thursday, April 26, at his home. Born April 12, 1947, in Stanford (Lincoln County), Pete was an industrial mechanic at Century Aluminum where he worked for 40 years; was former president of the Steel Workers Union, Local 9423; and served on active duty in the Air Force for 3 ½ years and retired from the Army Reserve after 31 years total service. He was a member of VFW Post 696, the Masonic Lodge (Hawesville), the Antique Car Club, Sunset Cruisers, Odd Fellows and was a Kentucky Colonel. He had also served on the Hawesville City Council and as chairman of the Hawesville Water Board. Pete enjoyed restoring cars, especially his 1967 Chevelle, woodworking, hunting, fishing, but most of all, he enjoyed spending time with his children and grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father, George E. Foster, Sr. Survivors include his wife of 43 years, Lynda Hunter Foster; a son, Chris (Melissa)
January 21, 2009
Robert May "Bob" Suell, 91, of Nicholasville, husband of Nona Brumfield Suell, of Friendship Towers at Sayre Christian Village, a life-long resident of Jessamine County, son of the late Albert and Sarah English Suell, died Jan. 18, after a long illness. He was an employee of Ades-Lexington Dry Goods for 40 years. He was very active in the Masonic Lodge, holding many offices, also holding dual membership with the Robert M. Sirkle Lodge and was a life member of the Lexington Consistory and the Olekia Temple.
May 16, 2013
Robert Donald “Bobby” Denham, 83, of KY Hwy 1247, Stanford, passed away Saturday, May 11, at Ephraim McDowell Fort Logan Hospital in Stanford. Born Friday, April 25, 1930, in McKinney, “Bobby” was a son of the late Virgil P. and Maudie Baugh Denham. He graduated from McKinney High School and had retired from the Engineers Office at the State Highway Department and as a state highway bridge inspector. Bobby was a member of New Bethel Church of Christ in Jumbo, a charter member of the Masonic Lodge 631 in McKinney, a former Boy Scout Master in McKinney and a Kentucky Colonel.
July 24, 2013
Kenneth E. Fitzpatrick, 76, of Stanford, died Monday, July 15. Born May 31, 1937, in Greenfield, Ohio, Kenneth was a son of the late Robert M. and Helen Marie Hafer Fitzpatrick. He relocated to Stanford in 1970 with Angell Mfg. as general manager. Kenneth was employed in various capacities in industrial and production management and construction engineering. He attended Ohio State University and Wittenburg University in Ohio and was an avid outdoorsmans, UK Wildcat fan and supporter of Lincoln County High School football. Kenneth used his engineering skills to build "Mr. Ed", the cannon which was used at home football games from 1978 until the past few years, to signal when the Patriot's scored.