The Woodford Sun
March 14, 2002
Ella Louise Anthony, 62, of Lexington, formerly of Midway, widow of James C. “Spud” Anthony Sr., died Wednesday, March 6, 2002, at the University of Kentucky A.B. Chandler Medical Center, Lexington.
Born in Woodford County March 9, 1939, she was the daughter of the late Ben Glaspy and Eddie C. Ingguls. She was a member of the Midway Second Christian Church and the Christian Women’s Fellowship.
Survivors include eight daughters, Anna Roark, Eddy Anthony, Sharon Spencer, Mary Anthony, Phyllis Anthony, Lisa Anthony, Eve Anthony, and Angie Anthony, all of Lexington; five sons, James Anthony Jr., Lexington, Larry Anthony, Versailles, Paul Anthony, Midway, Phillip Anthony, Lexington, and David Anthony, Lexington; three sisters, Arnetta Washington, Lexington, Helen Washington, Midway, and Marcella Long, Midway; 24 grandchildren; a great grandchild; and numerous nieces and nephews. A daughter, Marsha Susan Anthony; a son, John Andrew Anthony; three brothers, J.B., Norris, and Cecil Ingguls; and a sister, Lorraine Ingguls; are deceased.
Services were conducted Saturday, March 9, 2002, at the Midway Second Christian Church by Sister Sandra Dickerson-Sneed. Burial was in the Midway Cemetery. Casket bearers were Glen Crawford, Marcus Crawford, Norman Crawford, Norris Ingguls Jr., Cecil Washington, and Fred Jackson. Honorary bearers were the officers of the Midway Second Christian Church. Duell-Clark Funeral Chapel, Versailles, was in charge of arrangements.
Memorials are suggested to the Midway Second Christian Church.
Eugene Louis Borland, 42, of Midway, husband of Susan Thomas Borland, died Saturday, March 9, 2002, at his residence.
Born in Lexington Oct. 29, 1959, he was the son of the late Robert Andrew Borland and Christine Yount Borland. He was a graduate of Bryan Station High School and Eastern Kentucky University, and was a member of the Midway Lions Club, the Versailles - Midway - Woodford County Board of Adjustment, and St. Leo Catholic Church, Versailles. He was an employee of the City of Midway.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by a daughter, Catherine Marie Borland; a son, William Thomas Borland; and two brothers, Robert A. Borland Jr., Lexington, and Larry Bryant, Bowling Green.
Services were conducted Tuesday, March 12, 2002, at the St. Leo Catholic Church by Fr. Frank Osburg. Burial was in the Midway Cemetery. Casket bearers were Willie Dunn, Phil Moloney, Jeff White, Michael Bryant, Kevin Watson, Tom Bozarth, Larry Bryant, Don Briscoe, and Kurt Krauss. Duell-Clark Funeral Chapel, Versailles, was in charge of arrangements.
Memorials are suggested to the St. Leo Parish, 295 Huntertown Road, Versailles, KY 40383, or the Eugene Borland Family Memorial Fund, c/o United Bank and Trust Company, 206 Gratz Street, Midway, KY.
Charles Scott Boyd, 60, of Frankfort, husband of Lee Longmire Boyd, died Friday, March 8, 2002, at his residence following an illness.
A native of Carlisle, he was the son of Scotty and Mary Stone Boyd of Frankfort. He was former CEO of Farmers Capital Bank Corp., having also served as that company’s chief financial officer. He began his career with Farmers Bank and Capital Trust Company, Frankfort, in 1964. Among the banks owned by the holding company are the United Bank and Trust branches in Versailles and Midway, as well as four other banks. The corporation also owns a leasing company, a data processing company, and an insurance company.
In addition to his wife and parents, he is survived by three daughters, Katie Boyd and Laura Simpson, both of Frankfort, and Ashley Gann, Columbia, S.C.; and two grandchildren.
Services were conducted Monday, March 11, 2002, at First Christian Church, Frankfort, by Dr. Gary Straub. Burial was in the Frankfort Cemetery. Casket bearers were Al Wink, Brent Higgs, Jamey Bennett, Clyde Baldwin, Robert Roach, Tom Bennett, James Stanley, and William Bowker. Honorary bearers were his grandchildren, the members of Elks Lodge 530, and the presidents, boards of directors, and staff of the six banks under the umbrella of Farmers Capital Bank Corp.
Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
Lillian Cox Duncan, 61, of Frankfort, wife of William Duncan, died Tuesday, March 5, 2002, at her residence.
A native of Mercer County, she was the daughter of the late James Robert and Gladys Robinson Cox. She was an accountant for the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and a former employee of Texas Instruments. She was a member of the Forks of Elkhorn Baptist Church.
In addition to her husband, she is survived by a daughter, Glenda Burke, Frankfort; two sons, James Duncan, Lexington, and Steve Duncan, Frankfort; a sister, Irene Tandy, Frankfort; two brothers, Allen Cox, Alton, and Billy Cox, Frankfort; and four granddaughters. A sister, Illa Stinnett, is deceased.
Services were conducted Friday, March 8, 2002, at the Clark-Sunset Funeral Home by the Rev. Todd Lester. Burial was in Sunset Memorial Gardens.
Contributions are suggested to Hospice of the Bluegrass, Franklin County chapter.
William H. James, 69, of Georgetown, a retired Kuhlman Electric Company employee, husband of Patricia Hughes James, died Wednesday, March 6, 2002, at his home.
A native of Scott County, he was the son of the late Davis and Serena Barkley James. He was a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean Conflict, and a member of the Penn Avenue Baptist Church.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Pam Littrell, Paris, and Lisa Miller, Livingston; two sons, Billy James and Keith James, both of Georgetown; a sister, Peggy Dewes, Georgetown; a brother, Larry James, Georgetown; five grandsons; three granddaughters; and a great granddaughter.
Services were conducted Saturday, March 9, 2002, at Johnson’s Funeral Home by Bro. Bobby Sageser. Burial was in Camp Nelson National Cemetery, Jessamine County. Casket bearers were Mike and Joe Littrell, Earl Miller, Tommy Hughes, David Dewes, and Jonathan Judy. Honorary bearers were Wallace Judy, Carl Jones, Ron Trainer, Freddie Wise, Bill Morris, Billy Hughes, and Donnie Hughes.
Expressions of sympathy may be made to Hospice of the Bluegrass or the American Red Cross.
Edna Gaunce Myers, 95, of Lexington, widow of Ray Myers, died Monday, March 11, 2002, at the St. Joseph Hospital.
Born Sept. 1, 1906, in Bourbon County, she was the daughter of the late E.M. and Margaret Bramel Gaunce. She was a former employee of Bryan Station High School and attended Antioch Christian Church.
Survivors include four foster sons, Richard Adair, Lexington, Harry Adair, Versailles, Russell Adair, Lexington, and Tommy Combs, Paris; 12 grandchildren; and 13 great grandchildren.
Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. today, Thursday, March 14, 2002, at the Hinton-Turner Funeral Home, Paris, by the Rev. Douglas Alexander. Interment will follow in the Paris Cemetery. Casket bearers will be Tom Adair, Steve Adair, Mike Adair, David Adair, James Allen, and Andrew Adair. Honorary bearers will be David H. Snell, Gary McFarland, John Hawkins, Glenn Ballard, Stuart Euster, Harriel Gudgell, and Sandy Gregg.
John Warren Satterwhite, 76, of Winchester, husband of Doris Gatewood, died Saturday, Feb. 23, 2002, at Clark Regional Medical Center, Winchester.
A native of Woodford County, he was the son of the late Dewey H. and Allie Parker Satterwhite. He was a retired employee of BellSouth with 32 years of service, and was a commander of the Sentinel Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol. He served in the Merchant Marine during World War II, and was a U.S. Air Force veteran of the Korean Conflict. He was a deacon emeritus of the New Hope Baptist Church, Winchester.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by two sons, Scott and Timothy Satterwhite, both of Winchester; a daughter, Johnna Davis, Winchester; two sisters, Dorothy Robinson, Stamping Ground, and Hazel Harp, Louisville; two brothers, Charles Satterwhite, Florida, and Lytle Burnette, Michigan; and six grandchildren.
Services were conducted Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2002, at Scobee Funeral Home by the rev. Gerald Bishop and the Rev. Jim Crum. Burial was in the Winchester Cemetery. Casket bearers were Ralph Knight, Brad Morriston, Mike Harp, Will Kincaid, James Davis, Scotty Satterwhite, David Davis, and Ed Reed. Honorary bearers were Howard Cruse, Ed VanHook, Lewis Abner, Katherine Abner, Donald Foster, Earl Leach, Johnny Clem, Walter McClean, Dr. Harold Moberly, and Lewis Brashear.
Contributions may be made to Hospice East, P.O. Box 115, Winchester, KY 40392, or New Hope Baptist Church, 5835 Lexington Road, Winchester, KY 40391.
Thomas Richard Stepp Sr., 79, of Lexington, husband of Yvonne Brooks Stepp, former husband of the late Florence Campbell Stepp, died Sunday, March 10, 2002.
A native of Versailles, he was the son of the late Robert and America Stepp. He was the owner-operator of the Crystal Barber Shop, and was a member of the First Baptist Church, Versailles.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by a sister, Anna Stepp, Maryland; two sons, Thomas Stepp and Norman Stepp, Lexington; six grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; and three nephews. Three brothers, Jewell, James, and Clifford Stepp; three sisters, Laura Morton, Robin Williams, and Leora Stepp; and a great granddaughter, Anjaya Curd, are deceased.
Services will be conducted at 11 a.m. today, Thursday, March 14, 2002, at the Shiloh Baptist Church by the Rev. Floyd Greene and Dr. Joseph L. Owens. Burial will follow in the Steele Cemetery, Versailles.
O.L Hughes & Sons Mortuary, Lexington, is in charge of arrangements.
Geneva Brown Stiles, 91, of Versailles, widow of Thomas Shelby Stiles, died Wednesday, March 6, 2002, at the Bluegrass Community Hospital.
Born in Casey County Oct. 6, 1910, she was the daughter of the late Omer and Ethel Allen Brown. She was retired from Sherwin-Williams in Lexington, and was a member of the First Christian Church, Casey County.
Survivors include a daughter, Nancy Stiles Sames, Versailles; three grandchildren, Alisha Sames Curry, Steven Sames, and Melissa Sames Way; three grandchildren, Alyssa Paige Curry, Coty Edward Curry, and Seth Way; and a niece and a nephew.
Graveside services were conducted Friday, March 8, 2002, at the Glenwood Cemetery in Casey County. Duell-Clark Funeral Chapel, Versailles, was in charge of arrangements.
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