Linda Sue Adkins
Linda Sue Adkins, 57, of East Water Street in Flemingsburg, passed away June 28, 2006.
Born Aug. 11, 1948, she was the daughter of John and Laverne Ellis.
Surviving are her boyfriend of 25 years, Pete McKee; three daughters, Lisa Adkins of Flemingsburg, Joyce Potts of Bethel and Patricia Williamson of West Union, Ohio; two sons, Mason Adkins of Flemingsburg and William Adkins of Manchester, Ohio; three sisters, Carol Hill, Kandy Kirby and Gloria Tenley, all of Cincinnati; and one brother, James Kirby of Cincinnati; nine grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were conducted July 1 at Boone-Nickell Funeral Home with Rev. Ray Snider officiating. Burial was in the Goddard Cemetery.
Robert Dale Jackson
Robert Dale Jackson, 55, of Maysville, passed away June 30, 2006, at his residence.
Mr. Jackson was an employee of Browning Manufacturing where he worked for 30 years. He has also worked for the Maysville Fire Department as a first responder and the Mason County Board of Education as a substitute school bus driver. He was the president of the Buffalo Trace Firefighters Association, an affiliate of the Mason County Chiefs Association, a member of the Mason County Search and Rescue Team, a first responder for the Dover Fire Department where he was fire chief for 15 years and still served as honorary fire chief, a Level I state fire instructor, safety officer for the Washington Volunteer Fire Department, a member of the Mason County Red Cross Disaster Relief Team, a member of the Calvary Baptist Church of Maysville and a Kentucky Colonel.
Born Dec. 17, 1950, in Fleming County, he was the son of the late Robert Howe Jackson and Ruby Colville Jackson Hill.
Surviving are his wife of 18 years, Saundra Fryman Jackson; six daughters, Carol (David) Craycraft, Michelle (Timmy) Saunders and Kristal Gilbert Laasko, all of Maysville, Devin Jackson Thomas of Ripley, Ashley (Dustin) Wilson of Lewis County and Katelyn L. Jackson, at home; one son, Austin B. Jackson, also at home; a special friend, Staci G. Chamberlain; three brothers, Donnie (Lily) Jackson of Peru, Ind., James (Becky) Jackson of Athen, Texas, and Gary (Bernice) Jackson of Maysville; four sisters, Lucy (Kenny) Boling of Perio, Ill., Barbara Jean (Hartly) Hunt of Ewing, Linda Golf of Williamsport, Penn., and Mary Ann (James) Morgan of Maysville; 17 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Preceding him in death was one sister, Sandra Jackson.
Funeral services were conducted at Brell and Son Funeral Home on July 4 with Bro. Jim Rawlings and Bro. Tony Cox officiating. Burial was in Charleston Bottoms Cemetery.
Beatrice Doyle Ritchie
Beatrice Doyle Ritchie, 68, passed away June 30, 2006, at the Robertson County Health Care Facility in Mt. Olivet.
Born in Fleming County on Aug. 28, 1937, she was the daughter of the late Luther and Nola Kaiser Doyle.
Mrs. Ritchie was a homemaker.
Surviving are her husband, Stirl Ritchie; two sons, Mike (Nena) Ritchie of Lexington and Jerry Ritchie of Harrison County; five brothers, Theodore Doyle of Winchester and Luther Doyle Jr., Hobert Doyle, Ronald Doyle and Marion Doyle, all of Fleming County; one sister, Stella Boling of Fleming County; a grandson, Nathan Michael Ritchie and a stepgranddaughter, Dhianna Burks.
Funeral services were conducted July 3 at Ware Funeral Home by Bro. Wayne Tolson with burial in the Wallingford Cemetery.
Betty Applegate, 74, of Tollesboro, passed away June 23, 2006. She was the widow of Carl Douglas Applegate.
Mrs. Applegate painted and wall papered and also ran a mini- home for health care of the elderly and disabled. She was a member of the Hickory Grove Church.
Born in Lewis County on April 25, 1932, she was the daughter of the late Glen and Geneva Hardymon Fite.
Surviving are four children, Jan Fuller of Maysville, June (Albert) Grierson of Tollesboro and Delmar Dean (Debbie) Applegate and Kevin (Dianna) Applegate, both of Orangeburg; a beloved niece, Denene (Junior) Zornes of Tollesboro; and two sisters, Sammy Sasaway of Wilmington, Ohio and Shirley Free of Maysville.
Preceding her in death were two sons, Sandy and Dan Applegate; and brothers and sisters, Jessie Wells, Denny Fite, Jean King and Maurice Fite.
Funeral services were conducted June 25 at Barbour and Son Funeral Home in Tollesboro with Bro. Jerry Blevins officiating. Burial was in the Mount Tabor Cemetery.