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From: "Bobbie Ivey-Lewallen" <>
Subject: [CRR] Obituary Notices for July 25, 2001-Williamsburg area from The News-Journal
Date: Sat, 28 Jul 2001 23:39:42 -0400


Charlene Douglas, 56, Briar Creek Road, Williamsburg passed away Tuesday,
July 10, 2001 at the Jellico Community Hospital, Jellico, Tennessee.
She was the wife of the late David Douglas.
Survivors include two sons, Clifton Jr. Lee Douglas and Raymond David
Douglas, both of Williamsburg; three daughters, Vivian Hestella Collette of
Williamsburg, Patricia Zora Siler of McCreary County, and Judy Gail Patrick
of Williamsburg; 19 grandchildren; one brother, Henry Perry of Williamsburg;
three sisters, Hester Barnhill, Martha Taylor and Zora Perry, all of
Williamsburg; two step-sisters, Sandra Anderson of Jellico and Carolyn
Perkins of Williamsburg; two step-brothers, Gaylon Earl Morgan of Newport
and Tim Morgan of Williamsburg; also several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held Friday, July 13 at the Upper Briar Creek
Church of God with Rev. David Troxwell and Rev. Glen Campbell officiating.
Burial was in the Highland Cemetery.
Ellison Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.


Lawrence Haynes Carrick, 73, of the Pleasant View Community, Williamsburg,
passed away Friday morning, July 13, 2001 at his home.
Survivors include his wife, Helen Moses of Williamsburg; one daughter,
Theresa Towe and husband, John of Winchester; one son, William Dallas
Carrick of Little Wolf Creek Road, Williamsburg; three grandchildren, Vince
Towe, Cassie Towe and Tyrel Carrick; one sister, Audrey Jones of Jasper,
Tennessee; one brother, Charles M. "Crip" Carrick of Tracy City, Tennessee;
as well as a host of other relatives and friends to mourn his passing.
He was preceded in death by his parents, the Rev. Charley Dallas Carrick
and Alley Dennis Haynes Carrick; two brothers, Emmitt Carrick and Henry
Carrick; and one sister, Hattie Francis Meeks.
Funeral services were held Monday, July 16 at the Croley Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev. Dean Moses and Rev. Marion Cook officiating. Burial
followed in the Davis Addition of the Highland Park Cemetery.



Steely Jaynes, 87, Rockholds, passed away Tuesday, July 17, 2001 at the
Beech Tree Manor Nursing Home in Jellico, Tennessee.
Survivors include twelve children, Jerry and Pam Jaynes of Tampa,
Florida, Jim and Betty Jaynes of Arlington, Texas, Carolyn Kincaid of
Riverside, California, Jennifer and Bill Gaymen of Azel, Texas, Lynda and
Loyall Campbell of Rockholds, Geraldine Jaynes of Woodbine, Tammy Jaynes of
Corbin, Susie and Eugene Sears of Corbin, Elizabeth and Rick Whittle of
Woodbine, Shannon Cope of Corbin, and Dale Jaynes of Rockholds; several
grandchildren and great-grandchildren; former wife, Wanda Jaynes of Faber;
two sisters, Ardis Caldwell of Somerset and Jackie Bells of Knoxville,
Tennessee; and one brother, Bill Jaynes of Rockholds.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Jaynes; one
son, Jessie L. Jaynes; and twin daughters, Judy and Judith Jaynes.
Funeral services were held Saturday, July 21 at the Ellison Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev. Terry Strickler officiating. Burial was in the Tuggle
Cemetery.



Roy Lee Perkins, 23, Red Bird Road, Williamsburg, passed away Saturday
afternoon, July 21, 2001 in Williamsburg.
Survivors include his parents, Roy Ancil Perkins and Georgia Gipson
Perkins of Rockholds; one brother, Thomas David Perkins and wife, Crystal of
Rockholds; one sister, Judy Meadors and husband, Elvin of Rockholds; one
nephew, Tyler Perkins of Rockholds; two nieces, Brittany Meadors of
Rockholds and Samantha Thomas of Rockholds; his paternal grandparents, Rev.
Robert Perkins and Mary Cox Perkins of Williamsburg; maternal grandmother
and step-grandfather, Faye Privett Bryant and Elmer Bryant of Williamsburg;
great uncle, Charles Perkins and wife, Allen of Williamsburg; three uncles,
Tommy Perkins and wife, Bobbie of Williamsburg, Daniel Perkins and wife,
Linda of Williamsburg, and James Gipson of Hamilton, Ohio; two aunts, Shelia
Thomas and husband, Doug of Williamsburg and Sherrie Strunk and husband, Jim
of Williamsburg; special cousin, Linda Renae Hayes of Rockholds; as well as
a host of other relatives and friends to mourn his passing.
He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Jack Gipson.
Funeral services will be held at 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, July 25 at the
Croley Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. A.J. Barton and Rev. Harold Curnutt
officiating. Burial will follow in the Highland Park Cemetery, Croley
Addition.


John Wesley Stephens, 20, Browns Creek Road, Williamsburg, passed away
Sunday morning, July 15, 2001 at his home.
He was a member of the Wofford Baptist Church.
Survivors include his parents, Cordelia Bryant Stephens and Leslie
Stephens of Browns Creek Road, Williamsburg; one brother, Jason B. Stephens
and wife, Betty of U.S. Army, Georgia; his grandparents, Oscar and Ella
Brummett Bryant of Browns Creek Road, Williamsburg; one nephew, Brandon
Stephens of Georgia; aunts and uncles, Betty Prewitt of Williamsburg, Pat
Coatney and husband, John of Middlesboro, Patsy Stoms and husband, Lonnie of
Corbin, Peggy Meadors of Pine Knot, Arthur Stephens and wife, Sandy of
Fairborn, Ohio, Arlis Stephens of Williamsburg, and Sherman Bryant of
Clinton, Tennessee; best friends, Johnny B. Estep, Shawn Lawson and Mack
Jones; as well as a host of cousins and other relatives and friends to mourn
his passing.
He was preceded in death by a sister, Angela Kay Dawn; his grandparents,
Angela Kay Dawn; his grandparents, Arthur and Flossie Stephens; uncles
Ellard, Alfred and Ralph Stephens.
Funeral services were held Friday, July 20 at the Croley Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev. Bart Powers officiating. Burial was in the Wofford
Cemetery.


Rev. Estes Monhollen, 85, Rockholds, passed away Monday night, July 16, 2001
at the Baptist Regional Medical Center.
He was a member of the Flat Creek Baptist Church.
Survivors include three sisters, Nona Ellen Johnson of the Meadow Creek
Community, Rockholds, Melda Lawson of Corbin and Irene Widner of Ypisilanti,
Michigan; as well as several nieces, nephews and a host of other relatives
and friends to mourn his passing.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Nan Mackey Monhollen.
Funeral services were held Thursday, July 19 at the Croley Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev. Jimmy Siler officiating. Burial was in the Lawson Cemetery.


Preston Lee Swain, 58, of Williamsburg, passed away Sunday, July 15, 2001
at the Jellico Community Hospital.
He is survived by two daughters, Kimberly Ann Swain of Williamsburg and
Billie Strunk and husband, Marshal of Winfield, Tennessee; one son, Donald
Joe Swain and wife, Tonya of Lakeland, Florida; nine grandchildren, Tracy,
Pam, Ashley, James, Keith, Matthew, Holly, Dustin and Tyler; three sisters,
Betty Moses and husband, A. Z. of Kernersville, North Carolina, Phyllis
Collins and husband, Estil of Williamsburg, and Brenda Mintzer and husband,
David of Milford, Ohio; one brother, Carl Swain of Williamsburg; several
other relatives and friends also mourn his passing.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, July 18 at the Riverside Church of
God with Rev. Gene Mash, Rev. Arlie Petree and Rev. Wilbert Swain
officiating. Burial followed in the Jellico Creek Cemetery.
Croley Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.


Stella Foley Jones, 86, was born May 12, 1915 in Whitley County, and
departed this life on Saturday evening, July 21, 2001 at the home of her
grandson, John Greg Jones and his family in Nashville, Tennessee with her
loved ones by her side.
She was a resident of the Saxton Community in Williamsburg and was a
founding member of the Saxton Baptist Church.
Survivors include two granddaughters, Jill Jones Reynolds and husband,
Lyman of Jupiter, Florida and Robin Jones Thompson and husband, Overton III
of Nashville, Tennessee; one grandson, John Greg Jones and wife, Robin of
Nashville, Tennessee; great-grandchildren, Joseph Jones, Kelly Jones, John
Cory Jones, Christina Jones, Jillian Thompson, Emily Thompson, Overton
Thompson IV, Rachel Reynolds, and Rebecca Reynolds;
great-great-grandchildren, Seth Jones and Baleigh Jones; a brother, Robert
"Bob" Foley and wife, Imogene of Cincinnati, Ohio; much loved nieces and
nephews, Betty Hutson and family, Linda and David Jarboe and family, Bill
and Shanda Perkins and family, Pat Prewitt and family, Della and Carl Rose
and family, Donna and Bill Martin and family; two sisters-in-law, Lola Foley
and Lucille Jones; one brother-in-law, Vasco Lawson; and a host of relatives
and friends will mourn her passing.
She was preceded in death by her parents, I.W. and Hattie Rains Foley;
husband, Raymond Jones; son, Dr. John Ray Jones; sister, Della Foley
Perkins; brothers, Claude Foley and Cecil Foley; and niece, Etta Sue
Vanderpool.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, July 24 at the Croley Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev. Bill Carpenter and Rev. Mike Gray officiating. Burial was
in the Davis Addition of Highland Park Cemetery in Williamsburg.
Pallbearers were Duke Jarboe, Steve Jarboe, Michael Jarboe, Jody Prewitt,
Josh Prewitt, Cale Rose, John Cory Jones, and Joseph Jones.
Honorary pallbearers were Jim Foley, Joe Foley, Claude Foley, Bob Foley,
Gary Foley, John Foley, Vicy Rose, Darlene Mitchell, Joyce Morgan, Brenda
Moore, Carolyn Huddeston, Dot Pass, Jamie Hutson, Deidra Croley, Jessica
Rose, Stacey Estes, and Mark Wilson.


Kathleen McCreary, 79, Main Street, Williamsburg, passed away Sunday, July
22, 2001 at her home.
She was the wife of the late James E. McCreary.
Survivors include one son, James E.W. McCreary and wife, Martha of
Williamsburg; one daughter, Janice Foley and husband, Richard of
Williamsburg; three granddaughters, Christa Foley Eggleston of Lexington,
Cara Foley of Lexington, and Tabitha McCreary of Meedville, Pennsylvania;
one grandson, James Brandon McCreary of Williamsburg.
Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, July 25, 2001 at
the Ellison Funeral Home Chapel with Dr. Jerry Lowrie officiating. Burial
was in the Pine Hill Cemetery, Corbin.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society
or the Main Street Baptist Church Building Fund


Deloris Jewel Ball, 62, Covington, formerly of Williamsburg and Elk Valley,
Tennessee, passed away Saturday, July 21, 2001 at the Clermont Nursing Home
in Milford, Ohio.
She was of the Church of God faith.
Survivors include three daughters, Brenda Lawson and husband, Billy of
Covington, Linda Lay and husband, Jimmy of Jellico, Tennessee and Charlotte
Moses and husband, Rev. Otha of Pleasant View; two sons, Billy Joe Ball of
Covington and Steven Allen Ball of Pensacola, Florida; four grandchildren;
one sister, Shirley Knight of Smithsville, Tennessee; four brothers, Lonnie
Whitaker, Jesse Whitaker, Marvin Whitaker, and Dewey Whitaker, all of
Chattanooga, Tennessee; also several nieces, nephews and a host of other
relatives and friends to mourn her passing.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Hestel William Ball.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, July 24 at the Croley Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev. Ulys Cox and Rev. Johnny Hansford officiating. Burial was
in the Laurel Cemetery, Pine Knot.

Nancy Collins, 57, North Third Street, Williamsburg, passed away Thursday,
July 19, 2001 in Corbin.
She is survived by her daughter, Jenny Collins of Corbin; her mother,
Virginia Collins of Williamsburg; as well as a host of other relatives and
friends to mourn her passing.
Funeral services were held Saturday, July 21 at the Cumberland Freewill
Baptist Church with Rev. Larry Waddell and Rev. John Brown officiating.
Burial followed in the Cumberland Freewill Baptist Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Bruce Freeman, David Jones, Jerry Moore, Kenny Powers,
Steve Rose, and Anna Vanover.
Jones & Son Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.


Jesse Taylor, 80. Somerset, died of natural causes Thursday, July 19, 2001
at the Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital in Somerset.
He was a member of the Beacon Hill Baptist Church in Somerset; supervisor
of the Lau Blowder Co. of Dayton, Ohio where he was employed for 41 years,
he retired from there in 1980. He was also the founder of the Eaglewood
Corporation, a building and construction company; an active member in the
Masonic Lodge #634 of Burnside; and also a Kentucky Colonel since 1982.
Survivors include his wife, Hazel Stephens Taylor, whom he married on
September 9, 1944 in Dayton, Ohio; two sons, Ron, husband of Barbara Taylor
of Knoxville, Tennessee and Larry, husband of Beth Taylor of Vandalia, Ohio;
one daughter, Brenda Taylor Mosley and her husband, Gary, of Somerset. He is
also survived by four grandchildren, Dawn Taylor Sweeney (and John), Jesse
A. Taylor, Amanda and Dane Taylor and one great-grandchild, Joshua Sweeney,
all of Vandalia, Ohio. He leaves behind many nephews, nieces, brothers and
sisters-in-law who mourn his passing.
He was preceded in death by his parents, John Taylor and Mary Perkins
Taylor.
Funeral services were held Saturday, July 21 at the Pulaski Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev. John Mark Toby and Rev. Harold Stevens officiating. Burial
was in the Burnetts Chapel Cemetery.
Expressions of sympathy may be made to the Kentucky Diabetes Foundation
or Claiming Gods Future/Beacon Hill Baptist Church.


Gladys Blankenship Gilburth, 90, Williamsburg, passed away Monday, July 16,
2001 at the Jellico Community Hospital. She is survived by five children.
Funeral services were held July 19 at the Llewellyn Funeral Home with
Rev. Mike Gray officiating. Burial was in the Douglas Cemetery by Llewellyn
Funeral Home.

Cora White, 80, Corbin, passed away Sunday, July 22, 2001 at her
residence. She was preceded in death by her husband, Noah F. White of Gray.
Funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m., July 25 at the Vankirk Funeral
Home Chapel with Rev. Robert Lockhart officiating. Burial will follow in the
Cox Cemetery by Vankirk Funeral Home.

John R. Downing, 76, Corbin, passed away Monday, July 23, 2001 at the
Baptist Regional Medical Center. He was the husband of Mary Margaret Downing
of Corbin.
Funeral services will be held 2 p.m., July 25 at Hart Funeral Home Chapel
with Rev. Bobby Joe Eaton officiating. Burial will follow in the Pine Hill
Cemetery by Hart Funeral Home.

Sharon Gail Harris Coffey, 31, London, passed away Friday, July 20, 2001
at her residence. She is survived by her parents, Trula Harris of Farriston
and Delbert Harris of Corbin.
Funeral services were held July 22 at the Vankirk Funeral Home Chapel
with Rev. Carl Felts officiating. Burial was in the Cumberland Memorial
Gardens by Vankirk Funeral Home.

Grace Anderson Taylor, 92, Williamsburg, passed away Friday, July 20,
2001 at Baptist Regional Medical Center, Corbin. She was the wife of the
late Haywood Taylor.
Funeral services were held July 24 at the Jellico Creek Baptist Church
with Rev. Bob Bunch officiating. Burial was in the Jellico Creek Cemetery by
Jones & Son Funeral Home.



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