Fleming County, Kentucky Obituary Collection
Fleming County, Kentucky Obituary Collection - 5
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Date: Thursday, 3 June 2010, at 12:55 p.m.
David Allen Southerland Sr.
David Allen Southerland Sr., 36, of Lexington, passed away May 13, 2005.
He was the son of the late William and Mildred Southerland.
Surviving are his wife, Stephanie; one son, David Southerland Jr.; one daughter, Henrietta Southerland; three brothers, Anthony Souther-land and John Southerland, both of Lexington, and Garry Southerland of Florida; and four sisters, Brenda Small and Linda Mitchell, both of Jefferson, Ind., Sherry Willis of Flemingsburg and Paulla Durham of Lexington.
Preceding him in death were three brothers, Larry, Wayne and Bill Southerland.
Funeral services were conducted May 17 at Denton Workman Funeral Home with Bro. Byron Jessup officiating. Burial was in the Ingram Fam-ily Cemetery.
Betty Jewell Hopkins
Betty Jewell Hopkins, 61, of Carlisle, passed away May 2, 2005 at her home.
Mrs. Hopkins was a retired employee of Johnson-Mathers Health Care and was a member of the Carlisle Assembly of God Church.
Born in Nicholas County, she was the daughter of the late Jesse and Juanita Yazell Hunt.
Surviving are one son, Robert A. (Charlotte) Hopkins of Carlisle; two grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; two brothers, Ricky Hunt of Bath County and Jesse Hunt Jr. of Paris; and two sisters, Helen Carol Hunt of Bath County and Linda June Gates of Fleming County.
Funeral services were conducted May 5 at Mathers-Gaunce Funeral Home with Rev. Darrell Sexton officiating. Burial was in the Carlisle Cemetery. Memorial contributions to the American Diabetes Association are suggested.
Martha Alexander Muse
Martha Lou Alexander Muse, 74, of Flemingsburg, passed away May 2, 2005, at Fleming County Hospital.
Born in Ewing on March 16, 1931, she was the daughter of Forrest C. and Catherine Powell Alexander.
Mrs. Muse was a member of the Lady's Auxiliary of VFW in Maysville and a former employee of the Fleming County School System.
Surviving are her husband, Buddy Muse; one daughter, Kitty Cain of Ewing; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and three sons.
Funeral services were conducted May 6 at Price Brothers Funeral Home in Elizaville. Burial was in Elizaville Cemetery.
James Monroe Peratt
James Monroe "Buddy" Pe-ratt, 70, of Mount Sterling Road, passed away May 1, 2005, at Fleming County Hospital.
Mr. Peratt was an active member of the Tilton Christian Church, a member of the Cancer Care Club and a veteran of the U.S. Army.
Born in Fleming County on Nov. 2, 1934, he was the son of Lloyd and Iva Moore Peratt.
Surviving are his wife, Mary M. Peratt; two sons, James Daniel (Linda) Peratt of Owingsville and Gordon Peratt of Flemingsburg; one daughter, Phyllis (Tim) Ritchie of Flemingsburg; two sisters, Pauline Hunt and Jeanetta P. Cummins, both of Flemingsburg; one grandchild, Megan Ritchie of Flemingsburg; and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were conducted May 4 at the Tilton Christian Church with Bro. James Wilson officiating. Burial was in Elizaville Cemetery with full military honors by Flemingsburg American Legion and V.F.W. Price Brothers Funeral Home, in Elizaville was in charge of the arrangements.
Memorials may be made to the Tilton Christian Church or the Cancer Care Club.
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