Catherine Smith Strode
Catherine Smith Strode, 91, of Cherry Grove Road in Flemingsburg, passed away Sept. 18, 2006.
She was the widow of Thomas C. Strode.
Mrs. Strode was a member of the Flemingsburg Christian Church and was retired as a clerk from the Cut Rate Market and Doxol Gas Company.
Born in Fleming County on March 8, 1915, she was the daughter of the late Omar and Martha Bradley Smith.
Surviving is one daughter, Norma Jean Byron of Virginia Beach, Va; eight grandchildren, Jan (Rick) Kielman of Flemingsburg, Terry (Mo) Boulftali, Kitty Kunkel, Tom (Julia) Byron, Jackie (Ed) Rosemarkle, Joey Byron, Leigh Ann Byron, (Brian Ryles) and Beth Byron, all of Virginia Beach; seven great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
Preceding her in death were a son-in-law, Jimmy C. Byron; and a grandson, Jimmy C. Byron Jr.
Funeral services were conducted Sept. 23 at the Boone-Nickell Funeral Home in Flemingsburg. Burial was in Sunset Memorial Park.
Vilas Ann Craycraft
Vilas Ann Craycraft, 61, of May's Lick, passed away Sept. 15, 2006, at Meadowview Regional Medical Center in Maysville.
Mrs. Craycraft was a member of the May's Lick Lighthouse Church and a homemaker.
Born in Lewis County on April 19, 1945, she was the daughter of the late Frank Hobbs and Dorothy Brown Hobbs.
Surviving are her husband, Raymond Craycraft; two children, Trisha (Randy) Doyle of May's Lick and Lisa (Kevin) Blythe of Maysville; three grandchildren, Stephanie Polley, Craig Craycraft and Aaron Barbour; one brother, Robert Curtis (Joyce) Craycraft of May's Lick; one sister, Betty Caudill of Manchester; and a brother-in-law, Jerry Craycraft.
Funeral services were conducted Sept. 17 at the Barbour and Son Funeral Home in Tollesboro with Bro. John Hamilton and Bro. Danny Howard officiating.
Teresa L. Gardner
Teresa L. Gardner, 47, of Aberdeen, Ohio, was pronounced dead at her residence Sept. 8, 2006.
Mrs. Gardner was a homemaker.
Born in Lewis County on Nov. 11, 1958, she was the daughter of Frank (Mildred) Flack and the late Eva Applegate Flack.
Surviving are her husband, James Gardner; a son, Noble (Kimberly) Monteith of Tollesboro; two daughters, Lisa (Kelly) Applegate and April (David) Love, all of Maysville; nine grandchildren; four sisters, Brenda Brown, Twana Saunders, Sharon Flack and Cindy Saunders; and two brothers, Darryl Flack and Ikie Thurman all of Maysville.
Funeral services were conducted Sept. 13 at Brell & Son Funeral Home. Interment was in the Olivet Church Cemetery.
W. Cole Campbell
W. Cole Campbell, 92. of Three Lick Pike, May’s Lick, passed away Sept. 21, 2006, at Meadowview Regional Medical Center. He was the widower of Audrey Moran Campbell who died Feb. 8, 2000.
Mr. Campbell was a retired farmer and well-known breeder of New Zea-land white rabbits. He was inducted into the American Rabbit Breeders Association Hall of Fame, was an avid fox hunter and worked with all types of animals.
Born in Mason County on Feb. 5, 1914, he was the son of the late G.T. and Blanche Craycraft Campbell.
Surviving are two sons, Allen C. (Mary) Campbell and Jackie L. Campbell, all of May’s Lick; four grandchildren, Tadd (Missy) Campbell and Lori (Jamie Johnson, all of Sardis, C.C. (Kristie) Campbell of Flemingsburg and J.C. Campbell of West Union, Ohio; eight grandchildren, Colton Campbell, Kaylee Campbell, Kasey Johnson, Campbell Johnson, Kenton Johnson, Rebekah Campbell, Kylee Campbell and Landon Campbell.
Preceding him in death were one daughter, Diana Campbell; two sisters, Wilma Dillon and Gladys Prather; and one brother, Oval Campbell.
Funeral services were conducted Sept. 23 at Palmer Funeral Home in May’s Lick. Burial was in the Shannon Cemetery.