Jean R. Crawford
Jean R. Crawford, 77, of Flemingsburg, passed away June 6, 2006, at Fleming County Hospital.
Mrs. Crawford was a retired head cashier who worked for Fleming Mason R.E.C.C. for over 44 years. She was a member of the Locust United Methodist Church and Charlton Ashton Rebekah Lodge No. 112.
Born on Sept. 19, 1928, in Fleming County, she was the daughter of the late Thelma Gullett and Warren Rogers.
Surviving are her husband, Gilby Crawford; one stepdaughter, Becky (Bill) Perkins of Flemingsburg; one grandson, Andrew Perkins of Flemingsburg; her namesake, Rae Jean Jessee of Fleming County; a half sister, Clara McKee of Colorado; and several cousins.
Funeral services were conducted June 9 at Denton-Workman Funeral Home with Rev. Norman Wasson and Bro. Parkey Thompson officiating. Burial was in the Fleming County Cemetery.
Edgar H. Davenport
Edgar H. Davenport, 84, of Milford, Ohio, passed away June 8, 2006.
Mr. Davenport served in the U.S. Army in the European Theater as a member of the 411th Gun Battalion Association in World War II.
Surviving are his wife of 55 years, Geraldine Thomas Davenport; one son, Ricky (Debbie) Davenport of Nicholasville; one daughter, Sharon (Michael) Conley of Union Township, Ohio; one brother, Neal Davenport of Flemingsburg; and three grandchildren, Sarah Hodges, Susan Conley and Rebecca Davenport.
Preceding him in death were Aice, Kenneth and Rebecca Davenport.
Funeral services were conducted June 12 at the Craver-Riggs Funeral Home in Milford, Ohio.
Graveside services were held in the Hillcrest Garden of Memories Cemetery in Maysville. Memorials may be made to Odyssey Hospice or Glen Este Church of Christ.
William Roy Fuller
William Roy Fuller, 86, of Cynthiana, passed away June 9, 2006, at his residence.
Mr. Fuller was a retired farmer and owner of Fuller Dairy and Supply in Flemingsburg.
Born Feb. 28, 1920, he was the son of the late George Hanson and Ida Franklin Fuller.
Surviving are his wife, Mildred Jenkins Fuller; two sons, Larry K. (Joyce) Fuller of Harrison County and William D. (Caroline) Fuller of Texas; three daughters, Gayle (Jeryl) Whitson of Harrison County, Martha (David) Wilkirson of Lexington and Beverly (Tom) Lathem of Bracken County; one brother, Earl Fuller of Cynthiana; three sisters, Pearl Stewart of Covington and Ethel Ecklar and Louise Faulkner, both of Cynthiana; 14 grandchildren; and several great- and great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were conducted June 12 at Drake-Whaley-McCarty Funeral Home with Rev. Arnold Kiser and Rev. Larry L. Jones officiating. Burial was in Battle Grove Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Hospice of the Bluegrass.
Wayne Hage, 69, passed away June 5, 2006, at his home at Pine Creek Ranch in Monitor Valley, Nev.
Born Dec. 21, 1936, in El-ko, Nev., he was the youngest of five children born to Reinert and Grace Hage. His father was a geologist and his mother a school teacher.
At age 15 Hage left home to buckaroo for a number of large, open-range outfits in Nevada and southern Idaho, forming a life-long passion for the range livestock industry.
After fulfilling his draft requirements in the Air Forceís Strategic Air Command, he finished his GED and earned a masterís degree in biological science from the University of Nevada at Reno.
He served as chairman of the Agricultural Land Use Committee of the California State Chamber of Commerce and was actively involved in the California Cattlemenís Association and the California Farm Bureau.
He is survived by his wife, Helen Chenoweth; five children, Ramona Morrison, Ruthe Agee, Margaret Byfield, Laura Perkins and Wayne Hage; two step children, Mike Chenoweth (Diana) and Meg Keenan; one brother, David (Nancy) Hage; two sisters, Faye (John) Tewell and Alice Hage; four sons-in-law and a daughter-in-law, Jeff Morrison, Jace Agee, Dan Byfield, David Perkins and Yelena Hage; and 11 grandchildren, John and Kristin Morrison; Tyler, Jacob and Katelyn Agee; David, Harrison and Charlton Perkins; McKenzy Byfield; and Bryan Hage.
Preceding him in death was his first wife, Jean Nichols Hage.
Funeral services were conducted June 10 at his home, Pine Creek Ranch.