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July 31, 2015, 2:35 am

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Kentucky State Representative Sannie Overly (D-Bourbon County) made a campaign stop at Lil' Stevie's in Beaver Dam on Wednesday as she is the Lieutenant Governor candidate for gubernatorial candidate Jack Conway.

[caption id="attachment_29381" align="aligncenter" width="662"]Kentucky State Representative Sannie Overly (D-Bourbon County) made a campaign stop at Lil' Stevie's in Beaver Dam on Wednesday as she is the Lieutenant Governor candidate for gubernatorial candidate Jack Conway.Kentucky State Representative Sannie Overly (D-Bourbon County) made a campaign stop at Lil' Stevie's in Beaver Dam on Wednesday as she is the Lieutenant Governor candidate for gubernatorial candidate Jack Conway.[/caption] On Wednesday, Rep. Sannie Overly visited Ohio County as part of her multi-county listening tour focused on the issues that matter to Kentucky’s working families in rural parts of the state, according to a press release from Conway/Overly Campaign.Rep. Overly – who grew up on her family’s farm in Bourbon County – visited Lil’ Stevies restaurant during a meet-and-greet stop in Beaver Dam.Rep. Overly discussed how she and Attorney General Jack Conway will support Kentucky’s rural families as Governor and Lieutenant Governor by improving high-speed Internet access, investing in infrastructure and education, standing up for Kentucky’s farmers, and creating more good-paying jobs across the Commonwealth.“Jack Conway and I are ready to move Kentucky forward as Governor and Lieutenant Governor,” Rep. Overly said. “We are excited to continue crisscrossing the state, visiting our rural counties, and having these serious conversations about growing our economy by creating good-paying jobs, investing in education, and building out broadband Internet – a vital piece of infrastructure for our rural communities. I grew up on my family’s farm in Bourbon County, where everyone worked hard, pitched in, and got things done – and that’s the mentality that Jack Conway and I will bring to the Governor’s office.”Rep. Overly kicked off her Kentucky Rural Families Tour in May, and has visited counties in every corner of the Commonwealth as part of her tour.

July 31, 2015, 2:55 am

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At the July 14 meeting of the Ohio County Fiscal Court, the court heard from Tamarlane Industries and the Ohio County Health Coalition, applied for a Homeland Security Grant, made committee appointments, agreed to advertise for seasonal road workers and voided the contract of a construction company.— Richard Goodall, of Tamarlane Industries, came before the court seeking funding help. Goodall explained Tamarlane had to shut down a production line, but it left them with truckloads of excess wood. The company is having a hard time getting rid of the wood and clearing space for other operations.Goodall asked the court to give what it felt like it could to help with the disposal of the wood.In the past, the fiscal court has given Tamarlane Industries $10,000 in a yearly donation.Ohio County Judge-Executive David Johnston said the fiscal court would discuss Tamarlane’s request during its Needs Assessment Committee meeting before the next fiscal court meeting.— Deanna Sandefur, with the Ohio County Sheriff’s Department (OCSD), came before the court seeking a resolution to apply for a Homeland Security Grant.The OCSD wants to buy a repeater system with the grant money. The repeater system is needed to boost the signal of the sheriff’s radio system in areas of the county where the signal is weak or non-existent.The repeaters would be placed at five sites around the county including, Windy Hill, Hoover Hill, Fordsville water tower, Rockport City Hall and Kirk Lane. It is believed the repeaters would cover all the “dead” spots.The grant is for $91,646.29 with no match from the fiscal court.Third District Magistrate Joe Barnes made a motion to pass Resolution 2016-1 Homeland Security Grant. First District Magistrate Sam Small seconded the motion.After a roll call vote, the motion passed unanimously.— CeCe Robinson, a representative of the Ohio County Health Coalition, came before the court asking for $5,000 to help fund the salary for the coalition’s local facilitator.The Ohio County Health Coalition is part of a community of health coalitions in the Green River Area Development District (GRADD). According to Robinson, most of the fiscal courts in GRADD help fund the local facilitator's salary. The local facilitator is shared by each health coalition in GRADD.Robinson gave the court an overview of what the health coalition has done in the last year, including studies on Ohio County’s health ranking among Kentucky counties, a candidates forum during the election and the updating of community resource guides, among others.Over the past several years, the fiscal court has given the health coalition $5,000.Johnston told Robinson the fiscal court would consider her request at their Needs Assessment Meeting on July 28.— After a lengthy closed session, Johnston wanted to appoint a Jerusalem Ridge Committee. This committee had been appointed in the past, but this time, Johnston wanted the court to vote on the appointments, entering them into the record.Johnston made a motion the fiscal court approve the appointment of Second District Magistrate Jason Bullock, Fifth District Magistrate Larry Morphew and Gerald Geary to the Jerusalem Ridge Committee. After a roll call vote, the motion passed unanimously.— The Oil and Gas Lease Committee met to discuss the possibility of leasing the oil or gas rights of county land. The committee decided it did not want to lease oil or gas rights on county land at this time.— The Road Committee met and decided to advertise for another seasonal employee at the county road department.Barnes made a motion to advertise for a seasonal employee at the road department. Morphew seconded the motion. After a roll call vote, the motion passed unanimously.The committee was also looking into the cost of a chip and seal machine and the trade in value of county road graders.— Morphew made a motion the fiscal court void the contract with Grider Construction to build two more bridges for the county, after not meeting the deadline on the first bridge, which affected the funding of the project. Small seconded the motion.According to Johnston, Grider Construction missed the deadline for finishing the construction of a bridge on Salem Road. The bridge also did not meet the specifications of the bid.After a roll call vote, the motion passed unanimously.Barnes made a motion the court advertise for bids on the construction for bridges on Salem Road and Barnett’s Creek Road. Fourth District Magistrate Larry Keown seconded the motion.The motion passed unanimously.After the motions, Barnes told the court he believed the first bridge could be fixed and thought Grider Construction should be forced to do the repairs. If not, he believed there should be some monetary penalty applied to their payment for the job.Johnston said he would look into Barnes’ suggestion.Later in the meeting, Johnston said Grider Construction had already been paid for the work on the bridge and the court would have “wrestle with him to make him do what he’s got to do.”“And since he’s been fired, I don’t know how difficult it will be to do,” Johnston said.Keown and Johnston believed the county got a good deal on the bridge, despite it not meeting the bid specs, because Grider’s bid was about half of the other bids the county received.Barnes believed Grider should be responsible for fixing the bridge, but was unaware the court had already paid for the work.

July 31, 2015, 9:44 am

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[caption id="attachment_29389" align="alignright" width="275"]Dustin OostDustin Oost[/caption] Two men were arrested on drug charges after a joint investigation between the Ohio County Sheriff's Department (OCSD) and the Beaver Dam Police Department (BDPD).According to a press release from the OCSD, deputies of the OCSD and officers of the BDPD wrapped up a joint investigation, in which two Owensboro residents were found to be distributing quantities of crystal methamphetamine in the Ohio County area.Dustin Oost, 36, of the 500 block of Leitchfield Road in Owensboro, and Brian Bloomer, 37, of 1900 block of Graham Lane in Owensboro were taken into custody yesterday around 6:30 p.m. without incident. The two men allegedly sold an "eight-ball" of crystal methamphetamine for $350. An additional gram of crystal methamphetamine was allegedly found in Bloomer's left sock.
[caption id="attachment_29388" align="alignright" width="275"]Brian BloomerBrian Bloomer[/caption] Officers confiscated around four grams of crystal methamphetamine, $373 in cash, and a 2003 Chevy pick-up.Both suspects were charged with one count of first degree trafficking in a controlled substance (Methamphetamine) and one count of trafficking in a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school. Both men were lodged in the Ohio County Detention Center.

July 31, 2015, 12:32 pm

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Ohio County High’s boys’ and girls’ golf teams open their 2015 schedules Friday, with both entered in multi-team invitational tournaments at the Ben Hawes Golf Course in Owensboro. Coach Andy Gowins’ Lady Eagles are playing in the Apollo Invitational there while Jess Stevens’ Eagles are in the field of the Daviess County Invitational. Gowins is […]

July 31, 2015, 12:35 pm

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Ohio county Pain Care, a division of the Ohio County Hospital, will hold an Open House on Tuesday, August 4, from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The Ohio County Chamber of Commerce will have a ribbon cutting ceremony at 5:30 p.m.  The Open House will give people a chance to meet Benjamin Smith, D.O., Board […]

July 31, 2015, 12:50 pm

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SUBMITTED Are you having a hard time finding God’s grace during a hard time in your life? Need some encouragement? Karen Pearl with #lovematters ministry will be presenting a real life testimony of Christ’s love and mercy at Lone Star General Baptist Church at 55 Lone Star Church Road, Centertown, Sunday evening, Aug. 2, at […]

August 1, 2015, 2:28 am

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Courtesy of the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife ResourcesAnglers become conditioned to expect high water on lakes in spring and stable conditions in summer before the fall drawdowns to winter pool.After an unusually wet spring, this summer has been anything but predictable in Kentucky. High and falling water have added a degree of difficulty at a time when fishing can be challenging under normal conditions.Lake levels have fluctuated wildly as parts of the state picked up 6, 8, and even 10 or more inches of rain over the past month. A change from widespread heavy rains to a more typical pattern of scattered afternoon showers has allowed many lakes to inch back closer to their prescribed summer elevations.“We haven’t had good, steady weather for a while,” said Jeremy Shiflet, assistant northwestern fisheries district biologist for theKentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. “If we can get a steady weather pattern for just a couple of weeks things should pick up quite a bit.”A good place to get a handle on what your lake is doing before you head out the door is the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ website for that district. TheLouisville,NashvilleandHuntingtonCorps’ districts provide up-to-date water information for many lakes in Kentucky.“See what the water’s been doing,” said Geoff Roberts, a conservation educator with Kentucky Fish and Wildlife and an avid bass angler. “See if it’s coming up. See if it’s stable. See if it’s falling. That’s going to determine where the fish are positioned.”Rising water that floods new habitat draws smaller baitfish shallow. Predator fish are apt to follow and may remain somewhat shallow if the lake stabilizes before falling.Damp rings around tree trunks are a giveaway that water is being pulled quickly through the dam. Treat this as a sign that fish are likely to be retreating to deeper water.“A lot of times during that hard drawdown either now or in the fall, we catch a lot of fish in our sampling nets because they’re moving,” Shiflet said. “Especially the mobile species – crappie, hybrids, white bass, walleye – they’re all on the move. The water usually gets dirty and turbid, so it’s hard for them to sight-feed. It takes them a little longer to really get cranking.”If largemouth bass are what you’re after, resist the urge to pound the shoreline when the water is up and falling. Consider casting to the last row of visible vegetation or structure and note the contour of the bank.“If you fish a flatter bank, then when the water comes up, that gives bass tons of areas to go,” Roberts said. “But if you fish a steeper bank, even falling water doesn’t affect those fish very much because the bank is straight up and down.“I find it easier to fish those types of banks when the water is up and especially if it’s falling because those fish don’t get nearly as uncomfortable with falling water as the fish that have moved up on the shallow bank.”A power or finesse technique can be effective for bass in falling water conditions.A finesse technique employing lighter line and smaller jigs or soft plastic lures draws strikes from lethargic fish when fished slowly. Power techniques use faster presentations with larger lures such as crankbaits, jerkbaits, spinnerbaits, topwaters and heavier jigs to trigger reaction bites.“Some anglers say they really want to finesse them and target spots that they think are holding fish and go with a really small bait presentation,” said Chad Miles, an avid angler who is the executive director of the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Foundation. “Some people will say, no, you need to power fish them because the fish don’t want to move that much. They want to hit something and eat something big and be done with it for a while. Both options work depending on the day.”Many anglers don’t have the luxury of being able to drop everything and fish when the weather and lake reports look favorable. They fish when they can.An opportunity arose last week for Steve Reynolds to fish on Cave Run Lake near Morehead. The conditions looked and felt right in person even if a fishing report from the day before tempered expectations.Heavy rains had pushed the lake’s elevation to more than 10 feet above summer pool – high enough to close some boat ramps - and the Corps had started pulling water through the dam.Even so, within two hours of launching from Alfrey Boat Ramp at sunrise, the Versailles resident hooked and lost two muskellunge on a crankbait in about 10 feet of water before landing a 45-inch trophy.It was Reynolds’ first encounter with a muskie and the catch qualified him for aMaster Angler Awardfrom Kentucky Fish and Wildlife. He successfully released the fish and now owns a memory from a trip when the conditions might not have been ideal but the opportunity to just get out and fish presented itself.

August 1, 2015, 8:02 am

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ShannonTaylorRobertsonShannon Taylor Robertson, of Owensboro, went to her heavenly home Thursday, July 30, 2015.She was General Manager at T.G.I. Friday’s in Owensboro. She was a dedicated employee always giving and striving to make everything work. She always worked hard to support and take care of her children whom she loved and cherished so very much. She enjoyed traveling especially to Disney with her family and playing volleyball with her sisters and friends.Her smile and laughter will always be remembered. She will be sadly missed for she was so dearly loved by everyone.She was preceded in death by her dad, Clinton R. Taylor, and her brother, Jeffrey R. Taylor.Survivors include her two children, Brookelyn and Colin Robertson, of Owensboro; her mother, Sharon Talley Taylor, of Hartford; four sisters, Sherry (Ronny) Daugherty, of Madisonville, Sheila (Dwayne) Taylor, Shelly Taylor and Sonya Dayman (Brad) Childs, all of Hartford; nieces and nephews, Heather and Jonathan Daugherty, Nathan and Hannan Smith, Alyssa Taylor and Taylor Dayman, and many aunts, uncles and cousins and her beloved Mark Howard.Services are 3 p.m. Monday at Liberty Lighthouse Church in Hartford with Rev. Mary Doepel officiating. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery in Hartford. Visitation will be from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. Sunday at Bevil bros. Funeral Home in Beaver Dam and from 12 noon until funeral time Monday at the church.Online condolences may be made at: bevilbrosfuneralhomes.com

August 1, 2015, 9:04 am

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Ohio County Sheriff's deputies, Hartford Police and Beaver Dam Police responded to a gunshot wound at Charlie's Family Market Friday night in Hartford.

[caption id="attachment_29413" align="aligncenter" width="675"]Ohio County Sheriff's deputies, Hartford Police and Beaver Dam Police responded to a gunshot wound at Charlie's Family Market Friday night in Hartford.Ohio County Sheriff's deputies, Hartford Police and Beaver Dam Police responded to a gunshot wound at Charlie's Family Market Friday night in Hartford.[/caption] An unidentified person was taken to the Ohio County Hospital Friday night with a gunshot wound after an accident in a Hartford convenient store.Ohio County Sheriff's deputies responded to a report of a gunshot fired around 8:30 p.m. at Charley's Family Market at 101 North Main Street in Hartford.According to a press release from the Sheriff's Office, it appeared the victim was standing at the checkout counter of the store while another patron and a store worker were looking at a handgun brought in by the patron. The store worker then accidentally discharged the firearm.Upon exiting the weapon, the bullet traveled through several items of merchandise and shelving before entering the right ankle of the victim.The victim was transported to Owensboro Health Regional Hospital by Ohio County EMS where the bullet was removed and the victim was released.Hartford and Beaver Dam Police also responded to the scene. The investigation is still ongoing.

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TeddyGordonStinnettTeddy Gordon Stinnett, 78, of Owensboro, Ky., died Thursday, July 30, 2015, at Owensboro Health Regional Hospital as the result of a bicycle accident. He was born July 12, 1937 in Ohio County, Ky., to the late Gordon and Ilo Wilkins Stinnett.He had been employed by Peabody Coal Company and Commonwealth Aluminum. He was of the Baptist faith and was a member of the Joe Ellis Masonic Lodge #473 of Pleasant Ridge. He was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps.In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by two sisters, Bonnie Turner and Judy Young, and by a brother, Jerry Stinnett.He is survived by his wife of 44 years, Sylvia Stinnett; a daughter, Lisa Means, of Owensboro; two grandsons, Christopher and Brandon Means; two sisters, Lucy Daniel (Carl), of Texas and Patsy Vance (Greg), of Hartford, Ky.; and several nieces and nephews.Services are 1 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 3, at the Chapel of James H. Davis Funeral Home & Crematory in Owensboro. Visitation is from 1 p.m. until 6 p.m. on Sunday and after 11 a.m. on Monday at the funeral home. Burial is in Mount Carmel Baptist Church Cemetery in Ohio County, Ky.

August 2, 2015, 2:20 am

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NEWSSPORTSCOMMUNITYOBITUARIESOut of work? Looking for a new job or career opportunity? Then check out theJob Shop on ocmonitor.com for job openings from the Ohio County Career Center and other local employers.You can now help the Ohio County Monitor pay some expenses by clicking our Amazon banner ads on the site. Just click the Amazon banner (or click here), bookmark the link and every time you order from Amazon, use the link and we'll get a kickback from Amazon. It's a small way you can help us pay some bills and keep the site FREE.We will never charge our readers for access to our site. Besides shopping Amazon through our site, as compensation for our site, we ask you to please click on our sponsors’ banners and visit their sites, as well as their place of business. Let them know how much you appreciate their support of the Ohio County Monitor. And please tell your friends and family about ocmonitor.com. Thank you!The Ohio County Monitor is not in any way affiliated or owned by the Ohio County Times-News or any other area newspaper.

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AnnaMargaretLeachAnna Margaret Leach, 86, of McHenry, passed away Sunday, Aug. 2, 2015, at her residence. She was born March 8, 1929, in McHenry to the late Ira and Corine Phelps Camp.She was a member of McHenry Church of God of Prophecy and a homemaker. Anna loved to cook for family and friends. Never did you visit that you weren’t welcomed and offered something to eat. She also enjoyed her church family and watching game shows. She loved all her family “a bushel and a peck and a hug around the neck.”Besides her parents she was preceded in death by husband, Burchell Leach; one daughter, Louvenna Leach; one son, Joy A. Leach; one great granddaughter, Khloe Logsdon, one brother, Ira Glenn Camp; one sister, Ethel Moore Bindas; and one brother-in-law, Elbert “Labo” Southard.Survivors include two daughters, Melissa Chinn and Sarita Rice, both of Beaver Dam; one son, Jeff “BoDean” Leach, of Beaver Dam; one sister, Geraldine Southard, and sister-in-law, Margie Camp, both of McHenry. Anna was blessed with six grandchildren, Todd (Tina) Leach, Kelly Lewis (Tim) Gilstrap, Melody (Tommy) Middleton, Jamie (Angie) Leach, Mary (Jason) Tierney, and Mishawn Davis; 17 great-grandchildren, six great-great-grandchildren also survive along with several nieces and nephews and numerous “special friends” in her life.Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 4, at William L. Danks Funeral Home with Bro. Sonny James officiating. Burial will be in Render Memorial Cemetery in McHenry. Visitation will be from 12 p.m. until 8 p.m. on Monday and 9 a.m. until time of service on Tuesday at the funeral home.Online messages of condolence can be made atwww.danksfuneralhome.com

August 3, 2015, 2:35 am

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SUBMITTED On August 9, Karen Smith from the KBC Disaster Relief Team will be at Hartford Baptist Church sharing about her experiences on a recent Iraqi relief mission.  The service will begin at 6:30 p.m.  The public is invited to attend.

August 3, 2015, 8:25 am

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WilliamRayWilkersonWilliam Ray Wilkerson, 6 weeks, passed away July, 31, 2015. He was born June 18, 2015, in Owensboro to Eric Ray and Mariah Kelly Wilkerson.William was preceded in death by his great-grandfathers, Ernest Carroll Carter and Charles Glen Wilkerson; uncle, Isaiah Raye Kelly; great-aunts, Faye Wilkinson and Theresa Wilkerson; and cousin, Tabitha Dawn Wilkerson.Survivors include his parents, Eric and Mariah Wilkerson; great-grandparents, Helen Carter and Carol Wilkerson, Kathy Brook, Richard Beck; godmother, Kammie Kelly; godfather, Gary Jones; grandparents, Debbie and Ray Wilkerson, Holly and Dave Dillon, and Marty Kelly, all of Owensboro; aunts and uncles, Tabatha and Heath Hoover, of Hartford, Wendy Wilkerson, of Bowling Green, Kammie Kelly, and Wynter Kelly, Martin Kelly, all of Owensboro; cousins, Caielee and Ashlyn Hoover, of Hartford, Brody Kelly, of Owensboro, Owen, Graydon, Keagan Fuqua, of Owensboro, Cheyla, Nevaeh, and Arianna, several uncles and aunt.Service will be held at Yellow Creek Baptist Church 10 a.m. Tuesday with Pastor James Wedding officiating. Burial will follow at Owensboro Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. Monday at Glenn Funeral Home and Crematory.Memorial contributions may take the form of donations to the family of William Ray Wilkerson in c/o Glenn Funeral Home and Crematory, or gofundme.com/2t2jqjcysCondolences may be left for the family at: www.glennfuneralhome.com.

August 3, 2015, 10:47 am

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Ohio County High’s Lady Eagle golf team opened its season Friday in the Apollo High School Invitational at Ben Hawes Golf Course in Owensboro. Andy Gowins’ squad had only three entries in Friday’s event, thus not recording a team score to compete in final team standings. Makenzie Moore shot OCHS’ low score of 96, while […]


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Dr. Benjamin Smith, D.O., cutting the ribbon at the grand opening of Ohio County Pain Care Tuesday in Beaver Dam.

[caption id="attachment_29547" align="aligncenter" width="675"]Dr. Benjamin Smith, D.O., cutting the ribbon at the grand opening of Ohio County Pain Care Tuesday in Beaver Dam.Dr. Benjamin Smith, D.O., cutting the ribbon at the grand opening of Ohio County Pain Care Tuesday in Beaver Dam.[/caption] The Ohio County Chamber of Commerce celebrated the opening of Ohio County Pain Care with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday in Beaver Dam.It is located at 1520 North Main Street in Beaver Dam and is a division of Ohio County Hospital.An open house gave those in attendance a chance to meet Benjamin Smith, D.O., Board Certified Anesthesiologist Fellowship Trained in Interventional Pain Management.Follow the Ohio County Hospital Facebook page for more information about Ohio County Pain Care.

August 9, 2015, 2:05 am

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Robert Matthew Bradley, 26, of Beaver Dam, passed away Saturday, Aug. 8, 2015, in Hartford. He was born Aug. 28, 1988, in Hartford to Lena Yvonne Chinn Bradley Goins and the late Mark Eric Bradley. He worked as a groundman for Townsend Tree Service. Survivors include his mother, Lena Yvonne Chinn Bradley Goins and husband […]

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GraceHarrisMcPhersonStephensGrace Harris McPherson Stephens, 98, left this earthly life with her family at her side on Aug. 7, 2015, at her residence. Grace was born to the late Ollie McPherson and Mamie Lee Foster McPherson on March 10, 1917.Grace was the spark that ignited the Dollar Store in Whitesville, served on the Whitesville Senior Center board of directors until her death, a long-standing member and pianist of New Panther Creek Baptist Church, a Kentucky Colonel and retiree from GE.She was predeceased by her husband, Roy; sister, Louise Roberts; and brother Walter.Grace is survived by her children, Linda Richards (Edward), Jane Evans (Robert), Darrell Stephens (Vicki), Nancy Flowers (William), Gary Stephens (Joyce), Virgil Stephens (Christine), David Stephens; 18 grandchildren, 39 great-grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren; her sister, Edna Marion McPherson Taylor of Georgetown, Ky.; brother-in-law, Carl Roberts; sister-in-law, Rose McPherson; nieces, nephews and cousins.Visitation will be on Monday, Aug. 10, at Cecil Funeral Home, Whitesville, Ky., from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. and on Tuesday Aug. 11, at New Panther Creek Baptist Church from 9 a.m. until services begin at 10:30 a.m. Burial in Pellville Cemetery.Grace requests memorial contributions to Pellville Cemetery or Sunrise Children Services.See more at: cecilfuneralhome.com.

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AudraMartinAudra Martin, 108, of Beaver Dam passed away peacefully Saturday, Aug. 8, 2015, at Signature Healthcare at Hillcrest in Owensboro. She was born March 19, 1907, in Ohio County to the late Crit and Dona Martin.Audra was the oldest member of Beaver Dam Baptist Church. Audra retired from Louisville Gas & Electric/ Kentucky Utilities in 1972.Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her sister, Grethel (H.B.) Stanley; and great niece, Martha Harrison Crawford.
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OWENSBORO, Ky. – Kenneth Lee Proffitt, 81, of Owensboro, went to be with the Lord on October 2, 2021. He was born and raised in Horse Branch, Kentucky, to the late WC (Witt) and Wreatha Maiden Proffitt, where he learned the value of I work hard on her family’s dairy farm.

He graduated from Caneyville High School in 1959 and began his career with the U.S. Soil Conservation Service.After 11 years, he began working for one of his best friends, Billy Joe Miles, in 1973, where he retired from Miles Enterprises after 37 years. He was a Kentucky colonel and an avid Kentucky Wildcat basketball fan.

He also enjoyed hunting, fishing and was a collector of many things. Kenneth also enjoyed gardening and sharing vegetables with his family and friends. In addition, he was an accomplished carpenter and made many furniture and grandfather clocks.

Since retiring, he has enjoyed meeting his friends for coffee on weekdays at McDonald’s. Best of all, though, she loved making pancake breakfast on Sunday mornings for her family, especially her great-grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents, his most precious granddaughter, Stephanie Leigh Proffitt, and his great-grandson, Joshie.

Among those left to cherish his memory are the 59-year-old love of his life, Patricia Juanita Goff Proffitt; a wonderful daughter, Pamela Proffitt Douglas; son-in-law, Glen Douglas; his loving grandchildren, Samantha and Aiden Douglas, Alisabeth (Steven) Vanover, Christina, Jessica, Matthew, and Misty Douglas; 10 great-grandchildren, Haleigh, Kaleb, Annabelle, Raphael, Kyleigh, Kloey, Kairi, Lincoln, Ethan, and Camden; and his many additional family and friends.

The funeral service will be at 2 pm on Friday, October 8 at Glenn Funeral Home and Crematorium, where visitation will take place from 4 pm to 7 pm on Thursday and from 12 pm to 2 pm on Friday. Burial will be at Sunnyside Cemetery on Beaver Dam.

Condolences and best wishes can be offered online at www.glenncares.com.

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