B. Franklin Hall
B. Franklin Hall, 83, formerly of Flemingsburg, passed away as a result of congestive heart failure on Feb. 15, 2006, in West Chester, Pa., where he was living with his daughter, Scarlett.
Dr. Hall received his medical degree from the University of Louisville in 1951. Following his internship, he was a family practitioner in Paris for several years before receiving his Masters degree from the University of Michigan in 1960 in public health administration. He then began his specialty in public health and preventive medicine and worked as a health officer for 27 years on city, county and state levels. He retired in 1982 from his position as first deputy commissioner of health for Westchester County Health Department in White Plains, N.Y. He moved to Boynton Beach, Fla. and lived there until September 2005 when he moved in with his daughter. He spent his retirement years volunteering, writing a novel, traveling around the world and ballroom dancing.
He was the youngest son of Dr. and Mrs. John F. Hall and the brother of Dr. John Lovell Hall and Glennon Hall, all deceased.
He is survived by his two daughters, Elaine Page and Scarlett; three grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and many nieces and nephews including Johnny Hall, Nancybelle Farley, Phyllis Hurd and Connie Williams.
His wife Elaine died in 2003.
A memorial service will be held at the Fleming County Cemetery at 11 a.m. on June 10.
William Bruce Buckler
William Bruce Buckler, 29 of Carlisle, passed away May 28, 2006.
Born April 3, 1977 in Harrison County, he was the son of Matthew Dean Buckler of Paris and Darlene Bach Walker of Carlisle.
Also surviving are his stepfather, Wiley Walker of Carlisle; a maternal grandmother, Mary Bach of Carlisle; a paternal grandmother, Jewell Davis, of Carlisle; two sisters, Kim Buckler of Cynthiana and Renee Snapp of Carlisle; one brother, Willie Walker of Carlisle; two nephews, James Riley and John-David Mola; and several aunts, uncles and cousins.
Preceding him in death were a grandfather, William Bruce Buckler; a stepgrandfather, Wayne Davis; a grandfather, Jess Bach; an uncle, Jess T. Bach Jr.; and a stepmother, Billie Buckler.
Funeral services were conducted May 31 at the Clark Funeral Home with the Rev. Jeff Earwood officiating; burial was in the Carlisle Cemetery.
Randy "Deanie" Stacy
Randy "Deanie" Stacy, 48, of Wallingford, passed away June 1, 2006, at Fleming County Hospital. Born in Lewis County on Oct. 5, 1957, he was the son of James Stacy and the late Thelma Bevins Stacy.
Surviving are his wife, Connie Hardy Stacy of Wallingford; one son, Joshua Stacy (fiancee, Becky Spencer and daughter, Amber Spencer) of Wallingford; three sisters, Velma Ball of Morehead, Cindy Marie Kissick of Muses Mills and Roxanne Ingram of Tenn.; and three brothers, Jackie Ray Stacy of Muses Mills, Larry M. Stacy of Goddard and Ricky Stacy of Wallingford.
Preceding him in death were two brothers, James Dale Stacy and Woodie Venson Stacy.
Funeral services were conducted June 3 at Boone-Nickell Funeral Home with Rev. Forrest Hedges officiating. Burial was in the Sargent's Branch Cemetery.
Margie Thacker Phillips
Margie Mae Thacker Phillips, 69, of Minerva, passed away May 31, 2006, at her residence.
Born January 30, 1937, in Fleming County, she was the daughter of Ruby Davis Thacker and Walter Thacker of Flemingsburg.
Surviving are her husband, Jerry Phillips; four children, Jeff Thacker of Maysville, Lisa Mason of Berea and Cathie Insko and Mary Insko, both of Germantown; five grandchildren; one brother, Willie Thacker of Bath County; and five sisters, Polly Williams, Jenny Rice and Sue Thacker, all of Fleming County, Patsy Doyle of Mason County and Ruthy Bishop of Garrison.
Preceding her in death were a sister, Beverly Hamilton; and a brother, Monte Thacker.
Funeral services were conducted June 3 at the Palmer Funeral Home in Germantown. Burial was in the Maple Grove Cemetery in Germantown.