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February 28, 2012

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6A McCreary County Record, Tuesday, February 28, 2012, Whitley City, Kentucky This Week's Obituaries Paul Edward Lynch Paul Edward Lynch age 59 of Whitley City, Kentucky died Saturday, February 18, 2012 at the U.K. Markey Cancer Center in Lexington, Kentucky. Funeral serv- ices were held Wednes- day, February 22, 2012 at 11:00 am at the Mc- Creary County Funeral Home with Bro. Lenville Maxwell and Rev. Rufus Hughes officiating. Bur- ial followed in the Hig- ginbotham Cemetery. He was born January was a logger and a member of the Whitley City Church of God. His parents and brothers, Roy Wyatt and Jim Wyatt precede him in death. Survivors include his wife Mildred (Murphy) Paul Edward Lynch 30, 1953 in Cincinnati, Ohio to John Lynch, Jr and Lottie (Mize) Lynch. Paul made his living as a warehouse manager for Armstrong Flooring. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Walton, Kentucky. His father, mother, and sister, Judy Lynch pre- cedes him in death. Survivors include his wife, Donna Sue Lynch; sons Allen Neal and wife Freda, Whitley City, Kentucky, Gary Doolin II and wife Rebecca, Barbourville, Ken- tucky; daughters Paula Waters and husband Charles, Strunk, Kentucky, Janice Kidd and hus- band Jeff, Pine Knot, Kentucky, Teresa Stephens and husband Scott, Helenwood, Tennessee; 9 grand- children, and 7 great-grandchildren. McCreary County Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements. Jim Raleigh Jim Raleigh age 69, of Somerset, Kentucky died Wednesday, February 22, 2012 at his home. Funeral services were held Saturday, February 25, 2012 at 1:00 pm at the McCreary County Funeral Home with Dr. Jerry Burgess officiat- ing. Burial followed in the McCreary Memorial Gardens. He was born August Wyatt, son, Carl Lee Wyatt both of Whitley City, Kentucky, and daughters, Becky Wyatt of Whitley City and Grace Wilson of Pine Knot, Kentucky, brother Lawrence Wyatt, and sisters, Mary Troxell, Francis Terry, Wanda Roberts, Judy Chitwood, Martha Wyatt, Brenda Wyatt, and Betty Perry all of Whitley City, Kentucky and Normalee Maxey of Somerset, Kentucky, and Gladys Adkins of Knoxville, Tennessee. Grandchildren Katlen Mur- phy, Carlos Gage Wyatt, Kamryn Dishman, Colton Wilson, Hailey Wilson, Devin Dishman, and Gabby Dishman also survive. McCreary County Funeral Home entrusted with the arrangements. Hazel Lavone Evans Hazel Lavone Evans, age 51, passed from this life on February 23, 2012 at her home in Pine Knot, Kentucky. Funeral services were held Tuesday, February 28, 2012, in the chapel of Pine Knot Funeral Home with Bro. Darrell Bryant and Bro. Dillard Bryant officiating. Burial was at the Upper Cal Hill Ceme- tery. Born July 10, 1960, in Gambling Bill Defeated as Other Legislation Moves Forward FRANKFORT – After a slow start to this session, there was action this week on some significant pieces of legislation. As many citizens have expressed their views on the issue of expanded gaming, the Kentucky State Senate effectively ended the debate for the 2012 session. The Senate voted this week on a pro- posal that would have placed a constitutional amendment on the ballot to allow casino gambling in the Commonwealth. Senate Bill 151 was de- feated with only 16 mem- bers voting in favor and 21 voting in opposition. It would have taken 23 votes in favor to pass the bill and send it to the House for consideration. Among legislation that moved forward this week was Senate Bill 1, which would place a limit on the state's debt. It was Hazel Lavone Evans Hamilton, Ohio, she was the daughter of the late Robert and Mildred White Brandenburg. Also pre- ceding her in death are a son John Christopher Knuckles, a sister Augusta Chapman, three broth- ers; Leroy, Charles Cecil and Benny Clay Branden- burg, and two nephews Millard Brandenburg and Joshua Stines. Surviving family include a daughter Tamitha Mc- 10, 1942 in Whitesburg, Kentucky to James D. Raleigh and Juanita Hughes Raleigh. Jim was a member of the Whitley City Church of God. He made his living as a con- tractor and owner of Sherry Lynn Music. His father, mother, and sister, Wanda Fay Raleigh Jim Raleigh precedes him in death. Survivors include his wife, Sherry Raleigh of Som- erset, Kentucky, son, Darrell Raleigh of Dennison, Texas, a daughter, Cheryl Rhoden of Lufkin, Texas, step-children, Annessa Jones of Whitley City, Ken- tucky and Alison Gossage of Russell Springs, Ken- tucky, a brother, Bobby Raleigh of Bronston, Kentucky, 3 grandchildren, 3 step-grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren, and 3 step-great-grandchil- dren. McCreary County Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements. Bobbie Vaughn Bobbie Vaughn, age 51 years, 7 months, and 27 days, passed away Monday, February 20, 2012 at his residence in Strunk, Kentucky. Funeral services were held Friday, February 24, 2012 at 11:00 am at the Hickman-Strunk Fu- neral Home with Bro. David Troxell officiating. Burial was in the Bud Gregory Cemetery. He was born June 23, Cullough of Pine Knot, Kentucky, two sons Gregory Pennington, Hamilton, Ohio and Dalton Evans, also in Ohio and four sisters; Peggy Gibbons, Gracie Pen- nington, Sylvia Bowling and Cora McKnight, all of Ohio. There are three grandchildren; Travis Mc- Dowell, Cheyenne and Jonathan Starrett. There are also many nieces and nephews and other friends and family surviving. Pine Knot Funeral Home assisted the family with funeral arrangements. Norman Jr. Duncan Norman Jr. Duncan, 58, of Falls of Rough, KY, for- merly of Scott County, TN passed away Saturday morning, February 25, 2012 after a lengthy battle with hert disease. He was preceded in death by his son, Kenneth Norman Eric Duncan, his parents Kenneth Norman and Rosa Lou Sauls Duncan and one nephew, Christopher Gordon King. Norman is survived by his wife of 42 years, Ernes- tine "Tina" Bryant Duncan, three daughters: Christina R. Willoughby and husband (Whitney An- drew) of Falls of Rough, KY, Tammy L. Morman and husband (Petty Officer First Class Cory A.), OKC, OK, and Kennia R. Duncan and fiance (Joey Eng- land) of Falls of Rough, KY; six granddaughters: Sil- ver A. Hawkins, OKC, OK, Makia, Rayvan, Ericka, and Destiny Duncan, and Jesilen Willoughby all of Falls of Rough, KY; four grandsons: Brandon and Bradley Hawkins of Bowling Green, KY, Jakeb Dun- can, and Justun Willoughby of Falls of Rough, KY; two great grandsons: Eric Landon Hawkins Munn, OKC, OK and Jamison Joseph Norman Scott of Falls of Rough, KY: three brothers: Darrell, Charles and Bryan Duncan of Winfield, TN; three sisters: Diana Ellis of Huntsville, TN, Rita Mahan of Williamsburg, KY and Melissa Sexton of Oneida, TN. Norman is survived by several nieces, nephews and many other relatives and friends. Visitation was held at Dermitt's Funeral Home in 1960 to Milford and Novella Vaughn. Bobbie was a part of the direct care staff at Oakwood. He was a member of East Apple Tree United Baptist Church. He enjoyed hunt- ing, camping, fishing, music, and spending time with his family. Preceding him in death were his parents, and a Bobbie Vaughn brother Jimmy Vaughn. Survivors include his wife, Sandy Vaughn, of Strunk, Kentucky, whom he married May 10, 1982, a son, Jared Vaughn of Strunk, Kentucky, two daughters, Tracey Wilson and her husband, Josh, of Whitley City, Kentucky and Amanda Vaughn of Bowling Green, Kentucky, three brothers, J.C. Vaughn, John Vaughn and his wife, Barb, and Robert Vaughn and his wife, Lena, all of Slavens, Kentucky, a sister, Brenda Vaughn, of Slavens, Ken- tucky, a niece whom he raised, Maxine Snyder and her husband Richard, and a granddaughter, Allison Wilson. Condolences may be sent to the family at strunkfh@yahoo.com Hickman-Strunk Funeral Home served the family of Bobbie Vaughn. Carl "Pete" Wyatt Carl "Pete" Wyatt, age 59 years, of Whitley City, Kentucky died February 21, 2012 in Lexington, Kentucky at the UK Medical Center. Funeral services were held Friday, February 24, 2012 at 1pm in the McCreary County Fu- neral Home with Bro. Daniel Jones officiating. Burial was in the Wyatt Cemetery. He was born in Whit- Caneyville, KY on Monday, February 27, 2012 be- ginning at 2pm Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 11am in the chapel of Dermitt Funeral Home. He will be laid to rest next to his son Eric at the Mahurin Cemetery in Falls of Rough, KY. Submitted by Shelley Duncan. Dennie Lee "Fossil" Vance Mr. Dennie Lee "Fos- sil" Vance, age 76, of Pine Knot, Kentucky, passed away Tuesday, February 21, 2012, at the St. Mary's Scott County Hospital in Oneida, Ten- nessee. In accordance with Mr. Vance's wishes, his re- mains were cremated. Mr. Vance was born October 2, 1935, in West Virginia. His parents were Wesley and Hattie Mae Frye Vance. Besides his parents, he is preceded in death by a daughter Kim Vance. Surviving family include two sons Randy (and Dennie Lee Vance Bridgett) Vance of Strunk, Billy Vance, Cincinnati, two daughters; Donna Vance and Sharon Pinon, both of Cincinnati. Brothers are Johnny Vance of North Vernon, Indi- ana, Bud, Leroy and Wesley Vance of Cincinnati, sis- ters Mary Hodges and Frances Vance also of Cincinnati. He had 18 grandchildren including Kendall May Vance, Krystal and Savannah Roberts and several great grandchildren. Mr. Vance was a river boat captain having retired Carl "Pete" Wyatt ley City, Kentucky the son of the late Harold and Ethel (Martin) Wyatt. He from McGinnis, Inc. a marine transportation com- pany in Ohio. He moved to McCreary County ap- proximately six years ago and enjoyed fishing and hunting. Pine Knot Funeral Home assisted the family with arrangements. Extension Events GARDENING CLASS There will be a Basic Home Gardening workshop held ThursdayMarch 1st at 6:00 at the McCreary county Extension Office. We will cover Basic Home Gardening Skills. APPLE GRAFTING WORKSHOP There will be an apple grafting workshop held Thursday March 8th at 6:00 p.m. at the McCreary County Extension Office. Rootstock and scion wood will be available. You can also bring your own scion wood. When collecting scion wood, look for last year's growth. Water sprouts work well. Start at the tip of a branch and work your way back to the first set of bud scales. From the tip to the first set of bud scales is last year's growth. BIG SOuTH FORK BEEKEEPERS Will meet Friday March 9th, 7:00 pm at the Mc- Creary County Extension Office. passed by the full Senate now moves to the House for consideration. House Bill 126, which would make it a felony to intentionally view child pornography, was passed unanimously in the House this week. This bill closes a potential loophole created by cur- rent laws that criminalize only possession of such images. The House also passed legislation to create a pilot program that would open up some family court cases to the public, including dependency, neglect, and abuse cases that are presently closed. The program would still allow courts great discre- tion in deciding whether to open or close particular proceedings, but the goal is to ultimately bring greater transparency to this aspect of the judicial process. In House committees this week, House Bill 350 unanimously passed the Judiciary Committee. It would create new felony crimes and increase penalties for human traf- ficking. There have been at least 130 known vic- tims of human trafficking in Kentucky. House Bill 390 also passed committee this week and will go to the full House for considera- tion. It would make the theft of copper and other valuable metals less lu- crative by preventing metal recyclers from pro- viding immediate cash for those metals. Instead, it would require anyone selling such metals to be mailed a check after showing proof of owner- ship. Among bills that were filed this week was House Bill 413, introduced by Dr. Bob DeWeese, the House Republican Cau- cus Chairman. House Bill 413 would provide for an amendment to the Kentucky Constitution Legislative Update State Rep. Sara Beth Gregory that would suspend leg- islative pay in the event the legislature does not fulfill its constitutional responsibility to adopt a balanced budget. I co- sponsored a similar bill during the 2011 session, and I continue to support this legislation. Also, House Republican Whip Danny Ford intro- duced House Bill 418, which would require county attorneys to post a statement on the deed of any property that has been used in the manu- facturing of methamphet- amine. The statement could be removed from the deed after certifica- tion of a clean-up of the house or structure has been completed. I have signed on as a co-sponsor of this legislation, which would help protected un- suspecting purchasers from buying a contami- nated property. As always, I welcome your comments and con- cerns about the issues. During the session, I can be reached through the toll-free message line in Frankfort at 1-800-372- 7181 or by email at sara.gregory@lrc.ky.gov. Information on the status of each bill is available by calling 1-866-840-2835. You may also keep track of legislation online at www.lrc.ky.gov. Jennifer Vanover named to Dean's List at Union College Barbourville -- Jen- nifer Marie Vanover of Whitley City, a student at Union College, was re- cently named to the school's fall 2011 dean's list. The dean's list at Union is comprised of undergraduates who have completed at least 15 hours of graded work with a 3.33 grade point average, no grades of in- complete for the semes- ter and no grades of C or below for the semester. Vanover was one of 112 students who made the dean's list at Union for the fall 2011 semes- ter. Union College is a four-year liberal arts col- lege related to the United Church. Methodist

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