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Obituaries

  • Eunice Wainscott

    Eunice Mae “Pooch” Wainscott, 98, of Owenton, died March 31, 2009, at St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington.

    Born July 12, 1910, in the Gratz community of Owen County, she was the daughter of the late Tom and Sarah Morrow Smoot. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Jess Wainscott, and her brother, William Smoot.

  • Kline Jones

    Kline Jones, 46, of Corinth, died April 2, 2009, on Dixie Highway near Corinth from injuries received in an automobile accident.

    He was a self-employed carpenter.

    He is survived by two daughters, Mikala Jones and Madison Jones, both of Harrison County; his father, Orlie Jones of Corinth; his mother, Edith Riddle of Lexington; four sisters, Sheryl Adams of Cynthiana, Kathy Burke of Georgetown, Debbie Glass of Owenton, and Orlana Sparrow of Corinth; and three brothers, Dennis Jones of Owenton, Clifford Jones of Williamstown, and Rodney Jones of Ft. Wright.

  • Glenn David Cox

    Glenn David Cox

    Glenn David Cox, 61, of Owenton, died March 18, 2009, of a heart attack on his Owen County farm.

    He was born Sept. 18, 1947, and was the son of Glenna Holbert Cox Schrader and the late Kenneth Cox. He was a member of ElBethel Christian Church.

    Besides being a life-long farmer and part-time carpenter, he served two and a half years in the U.S. Army, including 13 months in Vietnam. During his military tenure, he was a top-security military police officer, communications specialist, and sergeant.

  • Glenn David Cox

    Glenn David Cox, 61, of Owenton, died March 18, 2009, of a heart attack on his Owen County farm.

    He was born Sept. 18, 1947, and was the son of Glenna Holbert Cox Schrader and the late Kenneth Cox. He was a member of ElBethel Christian Church.

    Besides being a life-long farmer and part-time carpenter, he served two and a half years in the U.S. Army, including 13 months in Vietnam. During his military tenure, he was a top-security military police officer, communications specialist, and sergeant.

  • Robert C. Haydon

    Robert C. Haydon

    Robert C. Haydon, 83, died March 30, 2009, at Golden Living Center.

    He is survived by his wife of 37 years, Nelba Bourne Haydon.

    He was a member of Graefenburg Baptist Church since 1972. He retired with 33 years of service as an engineer with Blue Grass Energy.

    He was a World War II Army veteran, serving two tours of duty overseas, and was an avid hunter and fisherman.

    He was preceded in death by his son, Dan Haydon.

  • James David Parks

    James David Parks, 51, of Milton, died March 15, 2009, at his residence.

    Born Aug. 25, 1957, in Breathitt County he was the son of the late Luther and Geneva Lansaw Parks and was also preceded in death by his siblings, Jesse, Eugene and Wanda Parks.

  • Eleanor Ligon

    Eleanor B. Ligon, 94, of Owenton, died March 14, 2009, at Owenton Manor.

    Born May 31, 1914, in the South Fork Community of Owen County, she was the daughter of the late Aaron F. and Lucy Jane Gray Ligon. She was also preceded in death by her brothers, Grover Gray Ligon and Boyce C. Ligon.

  • Kathy M. Wilhoite

    Kathy M. Wilhoite, 56, of Florence and formerly of Owenton, died March 14, 2009, at St. Elizabeth Hospice Center in Edgewood.

    Born Sept. 4, 1952, in Owen County, she was the daughter of the late Delmar Moore, and was also preceded in death by her siblings, Vickie Jacobs, Judy Moore and Gene Moore.

    Kathy was a former custodian supervisor at the Florence Mall and a member of the Baptist Faith.

  • Lee Farley Mills

    Lee Farley Mills, 88, of Punta Gorda, Fla., formerly of Dry Ridge, died March 9, 2009, in the Charlotte Regional Medical Center in Punta Gorda.

  • Glen Dews

    Glen Dews, 58, of Sanders, died March 5, 2009, at his residence. 

    Born May 16, 1950, in Georgetown, he was the son of the late John and Beulah Martin Dews and was preceded in death by his brother Florian Dews.

    Glen served in the Army during the Vietnam era and was a member of Carrollton American Legion.He was employed by Milacron.