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-6 Thursday, January 5, 2012 Local Clay City TIMES OBITUARIES Paul W. Brewer, 52 Paul Wayne Brewer, 52, 418 Natalie Court, Mount Sterling, passed away Thursday, Dec. 22. He was born March 3, 1959 in Wolfe County to the late Carl E. and Juanita King Brewer. He was an electrician and an assembly man at Cooper Tire. Survivors include sons, Shawn Brewer and Christopher Jordan Brewer, both of Owingsville; daughter, Janet Blankenship, New Carlisle, OH; brothers, John C. Brewer, Stanton, Robert L. Brewer, Winchester, Rondell Brewer, Vancleve, MS, and Anthony Brewer, Stanton; sisters, Edna Jean Bradley, Stanton, Liz Barry, Stanton, Lena Kennedy, Burnside, and Gayle Troxell, Corbin; grandchildren, Cheyenne Keys and Kristina Blankenship; and special friend, Karen Martin. Services were held on Wednesday, Dec. 28 at Wells Funeral Home, Stanton by Rev. Ted Linkous. Special singing was provided by Terry W. Milby. Burial was in Resthaven Cemetery, Stanton with Ronnie Tipton, Matt Dobbs, Brandon Kaminski, Shawn Brewer, Jeffrey Blankenship, Tommy Napier, and Ryland Ledford serving as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers were Brad Thorpe, Gerald Faulkner, Dale Ledford, Tim Hatton, Rick Poe, Mike Sams, Richard Hamilton, and Luke McCowen. www. wellsfh.com Linden W. Curtis, 76 Linden W. Curtis, 76, Prescott, Arizona, passed away Thursday, Dec. 22, 2011. He was born July 16, 1935 in Waltersville to the late Owen and Ruth Adams Curtis. Survivors include his sons, Robert Curtis, Mansfield, Texas, Jerry Shelton, Prescott, Arizona, Wayne Curtis, Huber Heights, Ohio, Scott Curtis, Dayton, Ohio, Rodney Shelton, Gardena, California, and Donald Curtis, Prescott, Arizona; daughters, Candy Willison, Las Vegas, Nevada, Becky Keith, Torrance, California, Robin Nicola, Torrance, California, Kelly Barker, Portland, Indiana, and Angela Gatewood, Marietta, California; brothers, Burl Curtis, Canyon Lake, California and Bill Curtis, Winchester, Kentucky; sister, Edna Parham, Las Vegas, Nevada and Carol Miller Mansfield, Texas; a host of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. Services were held on Sunday, Jan. 1 at the Wells Clay City Chapel by Rev. Garland Lacy. www.wellsfh. com Etta M. Richardson, 83 Etta Mae Richardson, 83, Webster Avenue, Cynthiana, died Sunday, Dec. 25, 2011, at Edgemont Healthcare. Born in Estill County, June 15, 1928, to Argus and Nannie Greene Richardson, she was a member of Church of God Mountain Assembly. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by several brothers and sisters. She is survived by a brother, Argus Richardson, Jr. of Betsy Lane, several nieces and nephews and caregivers, Ora and Earl Hall of Harrison County. Funeral services were conducted on Thursday Dec. 29, 2011 by Rev. Daryl Gaunce at Ware Funeral Home with graveside services following in Grey Cemetery, Estill County. www.warefuneralhome.com Shawn F. Schrum, 45 Shawn F. Schrum, 45, 132 Holliday Hills, Clay City, passed away Sunday, Dec. 25, 2011. He was born Feb. 11, 1966 in Iowa to the late John and Virginia Pauline Schrum. Survivors include his brother, Randy Ritchie, Clay City; sisters, Claudette Church, Clay City and Sheila Hosler, Alabama. Services were held on Thursday, Dec. 29 at Wells Funeral Home, Stanton by Rev. Dale Payne. Burial was in Goodwin Cemetery, Clay City with Dustin Kramer, Charlie Little, Sam Vanover, Carson Church, Ronnie Little, and Steve Rose serving as pallbearers. www.wellsfh.com Margaret A. Strange, 64 Margaret Ann Strange, 64, Lake Naomi Road, Clay City, passed away on Dec. 30, 2011 at Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington. Born in Cincinnati, she was a daughter of the late Nova and Della Neal Curtis. She was a former seamstress with Curlee Clothing Factory and she was a member of the House of Deliverance Church. She is survived by her husband, James Strange; three children: Patricia (Tony) Story of Stanton, Lester Noble, 64 Lester Noble, 64, husband of Barbara Jean Noble of Stanton, passed away Thursday, Dec. 29, 2011. Born Feb. 22, 1947 in Owsley County, he was the son of the late Howard and Nancie Estis Noble. He was a self employed construction contractor and a member of the South Jackson Old Fashion Pentecostal Church of God. He was a Charles (Ruth) Stamper, Jr. of Clay City and Michael (Mary) Stamper of Richmond; four stepchildren: Charity Strange, Joan (Nick) Conner and James (Laura) Strange, Jr. of Clay City and David (Angie) Strange of Richmond; one brother, Nova (Fernetta) Curtis, Jr. of Winchester; seven sisters: Marcella Sparks and Brenda Tipton of Winchester, Linda Smith, Rose Mullins, Phyllis Curtis, Carol Sue (Bo) Spangler and Joyce (Ray) Parido of Clay City; eight grandchildren: Chris, Sabrina, Aaron and Laine Stamper, Michael, Andrew, Kayla and Jacob Story; nine step grandchildren and two great grandchildren: Hensley Story and Holdyn Stamper. Funeral services were officiated by Rev. Tony Story and Rev. Sam Patrick and held on Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2012 at Hearne Funeral Home Chapel, Stanton. Interment followed in the Salem Cemetery, Irvine, with Chris Stamper, Aaron Stamper, James Strange, Jr., David Strange, Steven Randall and James Randall serving as pallbearers. Arrangements by Hearne Funeral Home, Inc. www.hearnefuneralhome.com. Modena Wells, 88 Modena Wells, 88, of Clay City, passed away on Jan. 1, 2012 at Stanton Nursing Center, Stanton. Born in Estill County, she was a daughter of the late Joe and Lula Rogers Abney and she was a member of the Clay City First Church of God. In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by her husband, Virgil Wells and by her daughter, Sue Watkins. Surviving relatives are two sons, Jerry (Sue) Wells and Jackie (Rosie) Wells both of Clay City; four daughters: Loretta Curtis of Clay City, Alma (Shirley) Moore and Elaine Wells, both of Mt. Sterling and Sharon (Paul) Ramsey of Franklin, TN; 16 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren and two great-great grandchild. Visitation begins at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2012 and funeral services officiated by the Rev. Ted Linkous will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 5 at Hearne Funeral Home Chapel, Stanton. Interment will be in Kennon Cemetery, Hardwicks Creek Road, Clay City, with Craig Ramsey, Darrell Ashley, Marty Harrison, Philip Gross, Robert Curtis and Steve Watkins serving as pallbearers. Arrangements by Hearne Funeral Home, Inc. www.hearnefuneralhome. com Feed the family with a Pizza from Wilcy’s I’m Alive.. because someone like YOU joined the Kentucky Organ Donor Registry A At 3 months old, Levi’s parents w were told he would not live w without a life-saving organ t transplant. He’s alive because s someone like you said “yes” to organ donation. Now, Levi is a happy 3-year-old. He loves to run, jump and swim. www.trustforlife.org 866-945-5433 former constable of District 2 in Owsley County and a member of the Owsley County Hunters Club. He is survived by his wife, Barbara, daughter and son-in-law, Tina and David Kolbas of Springhill, FL; stepdaughter and husband, Kim and Mike Martel of Westland, MI; sister, Elsie and nephew, James Houndshell of Austin, IN; granddaughter, Megan Suezanne Kolbas and grandson, Noah David Kolbas of Springhill, FL; step grandson, Kyle Michael Sowels of Canton, MI; step granddaughters, Aleesha and Brooke Martel of Westland, MI; father and mother-in-law, Luther and Thelma McIntosh of Stanton; sister-in-law, Jan McIntosh of Campton; sister and brother-in-law, Patty and Michael Sowels of Canton, MI; brother-in-law, Gary McIntosh of Westland, MI and a host of family and friends. In addition to his parents, Lester was also preceded in death by his brother, Leon Noble and by his sisters, Ada McKeehan and Velma Campbell. Funeral services were held on Saturday, Dec. 31, 2011 at Hearne Funeral Home, Inc, Stanton. 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