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From: "Lisa L. Leatherman" <>
Subject: The Wayne County Outlook Obits for November 3, 1999
Date: Thu, 11 Nov 1999 14:35:07 -0400


THE WAYNE COUNTY OUTLOOK OBITS FOR NOVEMBER 3, 1999

JOHNNIE WILLIS DENNEY, age 76, passed away Thursday, October 28, 1999 at
the Clinton County Hospital.

He was born in the Gap Creek Community of Wayne County on January 20,
1923, the son of Harrison and Binie Frost Denney. Both parents preceded
him in death.

On June 13, 1945, he married Phillips Catron Denney, who survives.

He is also survived by 8 children Johnnie D. Denney of Pigeon Forge,
Tennessee, Priscilla Stanley, Emily Worman, Odis Catron Denney and Anna
Elizabeth Locke, all of Greenwood, Indiana, Emmitt Mitchell Denney of
Duncan, Arizona, William Michael Denney and Warren Haskel Denney, both
of Sevierville, Tennessee; 1 sister Effie Neal of the Alpha Community; 2
brothers Willard and Bob Denney, both of New Castle, Indiana; 13
grandchildren; and 5 great grandchildren.

Preceding him in death is his daughter Teressa Yvonne Rhodes.

He had accepted Christ as his Savior and was a member of the Mt. View
Baptist Church in Sevierville, and attended the Mt. Pisgah Baptist
Church in Bow, Kentucky.

Funeral services were held Saturday, October 30, 1999 in the funeral
home chapel with Brother Thomas Smith officiating. Burial was in the
Taylors Grove Cemetery.

Hoyt G. Hickey & Son Funeral Home in charge arrangements.


GUSSIE KELSAY DENNEY, age 91, formerly of the Duncan Valley Community of
Wayne County, Kentucky passed away Saturday, October 30, 1999 at
Britthaven Nursing Home in Somerset, Kentucky.

She was born in Wayne County, Kentucky on March 11, 1908, the daughter
of Thomas Ryan and Ethel Hicks Kelsay. Both parents preceded her in
death.

She married Lonzo Denney, who preceded her in death.

She is survived by 2 children Lamoin Dalton and Mary Ruth Upchurch, both
of Monticello, Kentucky; 1 brother Ray Kelsay of Monticello, Kentucky; 3
sisters Evelyn Catron, Rina Blevins, and Virgie Nalley, all of
Monticello, Kentucky; 5 grandchildren; and 3 great grandchildren.

Funeral services were held Monday, November 1, 1999 at 2 P.M. in the
funeral home chapel with Brother Jimmy Dishman officiating. Burial was
in Elk Spring Cemetery.

Marvin S. Hicks Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

KENNETH LEE UPCHURCH, age 73, of Monticello, Kentucky passed away
Sunday, October 24, 1999 at Wayne County Hospital in Monticello.

He was born in Wayne County, Kentucky on July 13, 1926, the son of
Joseph Upchurch and Hattie Choate Upchurch. Both parents preceded him
in death.

On July 16, 1947, he married Lela Mae Humble Upchurch, who survives.

He is also survived by 3 children Martin Lee Upchurch of Monticello,
Kentucky, Gary Kay Upchurch of Columbia, Kentucky, and Kelvin Leo
Upchurch of Monticello, Kentucky; 3 brothers Charles Upchurch of
Monticello, Kentucky, John Upchurch of Wilmington, Ohio, and Carl
Upchurch of Richmond, Indiana; 2 sisters Ottie Tuggle of Grinelle, Iowa,
and Velma Brown of Blancester, Ohio; 5 grandchildren; and 2 great
grandchildren.

Preceding him in death are 3 brothers Robert Upchurch, Clayton Upchurch,
and Curtis Upchurch; and 2 sisters Ollie Taylor and Velma Mullins.

He accepted Christ as his Savior many years ago and was a faithful
Christian until his death.

Funeral services were held Wednesday, October 27, 1999 at 1 P.M. in the
funeral home with Brother Jerry Burnett and Brother David Boils
officiating. Burial was in Elk Spring Cemetery.

Marvin S. Hicks Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.


OTTO J. WEBER, age 87, of Losantville, Indiana, passed away Friday,
October 29, 1999 in Ball Memorial Hospital.

He was born in Sunman, Indiana on August 15, 1912, the son of Otto Pete
and Clara Miester Weber. Both parents preceded him in death.

He married Knoxie (Crabtree) Weber, who survives.

He is also survived by 1 brother Walter Weber of Cincinnati, Ohio; 5
nieces and 4 nephews; and several great nieces and nephews.

Preceding him in death are 3 sisters Louise Radcliffe, Leona
Broadstreet, and Eileen Moore.

He was a Veteran of the United States Army, serving during World War
II. During the war, he was the chief mechanic in General Patton's Motor
Pool. He served in France during the war. He owned and operated Ot's
Garage in Greenfield and Finley for over forty years before moving to
Losantville. He was a member of the First Assembly of God in New
Castle, Indiana.

Funeral services were held Tuesday, November 2, 1999 at 10 A.M. in the
funeral home with the Reverend Stephen Gallaway officiating. Burial was
in South Mound Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be given to the Alzheimer's Group of the
Mental Health Association in Henry County in care of the funeral home.

Hinsey-Brown Funeral Service in New Castle, Indiana in charge of
arrangements.


ALTA TURPIN CARRENDER, age 90, of Stanford, Kentucky passed away Monday,
October 25, 1999 at Fort Logan Hospital in Stanford, Kentucky.

She was born in Frazer, Kentucky on April 30, 1909, the daughter of
Benjamin and Arnetha Cowan Turpin. Both parents preceded her in death.

She married Judge Carrender, who preceded her in death.

She is also survived by 8 children Hubert Carrender of Science Hill,
Kentucky, Herman and Homer Carrender of Monticello, Kentucky, Christeen
Black of Pulaski County, Kentucky, Jean Rose of Burnside, Kentucky, Lois
Keith of Science Hill, Kentucky, Irene Helton of Indianapolis, Indiana,
and Edna Keith of Lorain, Ohio; 27 grandchildren; 45 great
grandchildren; and 4 great-great-grandchildren.

Preceding her in death are 2 infant children Flossie and Finley; 2
brothers Roy and Benjamin; 3 sisters Mary, Jane, and Mae; and 2
grandchildren.

She was a homemaker and a member of the New Salem Baptist Church.

Funeral services were held Thursday, October 28, 1999 at 1 P.M. Central
Time in the Memory Chapel of Lake Cumberland Funeral Home with Brother
J. S. New and Brother Kenneth Thompson officiating. Burial was in
Taylor Cemetery in Wayne County, Kentucky.

Lake Cumberland Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

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