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Johnson County, Kentucky Obituary Collection

Johnson County Obituaries - 2000 - 20

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Date: Monday, 23 November 2009, at 5:39 p.m.

Otis Selvage
1960-2000
Paintsville resident Otis Selvage, 40, died Monday, September 4, at Paul B. Hall Regional Medical Center.
Mr. Selvage was born August 14, 1960, in Johnson County, to Oddie Sr. and Martha Branham Selvage. He was disabled.
Surviving are one son, Otis Lee Selvage of Thealka; one daughter, Debbie Lynn Selvage of Thealka; four brothers, Jerry Thomas, Oddie Selvage Jr. and Gary Lee Baldridge, all of Paintsville, and Rodney Selvage of Inez; and one sister, Janet Pennington of Flat Gap.
Funeral services will be held today, Friday, at 11 a.m. at Jones-Preston Funeral Home Chapel.
Burial will follow at Highland Memorial Park at Staffordsville.

Mabel Long
1935-2000
Former Johnson County resident Mabel Curtis Long, 64, died Monday, September 4, at Grant Medical Center, Columbus, Ohio.
Mrs. Long was born November 16, 1935, in Johnson County, to the late Walter and Emma Blanton Curtis.
Surviving are her husband, Kanawha Long; one son, Jerry King of Columbus; one daughter, Kemberly Starkey of Columbus; one brother, Walter Curtis Jr. of Paintsville; and two sisters, Carol McCarty and Geneviene McCarty, both of Oil Springs.
Funeral services were held Thursday at Low Gap United Baptist Church, with Elders Sammie Reed, Ray McCarty and Frankie Williams officiating.
Burial followed at Blanton Cemetery, Oil Springs, with Jones-Preston Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Charlotte Melvin
1939-2000
Funeral services will be held Thursday, September 7, for Charlotte Davis Melvin, 60, of Lexington, who died Sunday at Paul B. Hall Regional Medical Center.
Mrs. Melvin was born November 24, 1939, in Boyd County, to the late Walter Davis and Elizabeth Daniel Davis Mollett. She was retired from Square D Company.
Surviving are her husband, Edward Ray Melvin; three sons, John Edward and Casey Melvin, both of Lexington, and Kevin Lee Melvin of Winchester; three brothers, Gene Davis of Thelma, Walter “June Bug” Davis of Paintsville and Billy Joe Davis of Sitka; two sisters, Phyllis Stafford of Florida and Carolyn Bailey of Charlotte, North Carolina; and five grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. at Jones-Preston Funeral Home Chapel.
Burial will follow at Highland Memorial Park at Staffordsville.

James Dollarhide
James E. Dollarhide, 60, died Sunday, September 3, in Piketon, Ohio.
Mr. Dollarhide was the son of the late Charlie and Nervie Sluss Dollarhide.
Surviving are his wife, Barbara J. Dollarhide; two sons, James Dollarhide Jr. and Timothy Dollarhide, both of Waverly, Ohio; four daughters, Patricia Carter, Joyce Meek, Mary Tilley and Barbara Dollarhide Blosser, all of Waverly; one brother, Clyde R. Dollarhide of Paintsville; one sister, Hazel Rowe of Wabash, Indiana; and 15 grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. at Jones-Preston Funeral Home Chapel, with Charles Banks officiating.
Burial will follow at Butcher Hollow Cemetery.

Rachel Music
1917-2000
Paintsville Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements for Rachel Elizabeth Music, 82, who died Friday, September 1, at Paul B. Hall Regional Medical Center.
Mrs. Music was born December 3, 1917, in Johnson County, to the late Arch and Rosie Castle Scarberry.
She was also preceded in death by her first husband, Arnold Scarberry.
Surviving are one son, James D. Scarberry of Cynthiana; one daughter, Jearlene Preston of Tutor Key; and two grandsons and two great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Monday at Paintsville Funeral Home Chapel, with Revs. James K. Caudill, Charles Slone and M.T. Womack Jr. officiating.
Burial followed in Roy Meadows Cemetery at Nippa.

James David Cox II
James David “Jim” Cox, 49, of Campbellsville, died Tuesday, October 31, at his residence.
He was of the Baptist Faith and the owner of James Art Glass Studio in Campbellsville.
Survivors include his parents, James Davis Sr. and Dorothy Cox of Paintsville; one son, James David Cox III of Florida; two brothers, Timothy G. Cox of Campbellsville, and Benjamin Cox of Staffordsville; one sister, Connie Hromyak of Frankfort; and his maternal grandmother, June Conn of Winterpark, Florida.
Visitation will be today, Wednesday, at the Lyon-DeWitt Funeral Home in Campbellsville after 5 p.m.; and Thursday at the Jones-Preston Funeral Home in Paintsville from 6-9 p.m.
Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, November 3 at the Cox Cemetery in Paintsville with Rev. Wayne Price officiating.

Phyllis Napier
1946-2000
Funeral services were held Sunday, October 29, for Sitka resident Phyllis Napier, 53, who died Thursday, October 26, at Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington.
Mrs. Napier was born November 15, 1946, in Johnson County to Elsie Collin and the late James Rowland.
Survivors include her husband, Truman Napier; three sons, Calvin Napier of Hager Hill, and Ernie J. and John Napier, both of Sitka; two daughters, Sherry Henson of Paintsville and Rose Colvin of Flat Gap; one brother, James Rowland of Wellington, Ohio; and nine grandchildren.
Officiating at services held at Phelps and Son Funeral Home was Tommy Meade.
Burial was in Johnson County Memorial Park.

Austin Coal Meek
Austin Coal Meek, nine-month-old son of Londis Jr. and Dusty Lynn (Burchett) Meek, died Sunday, October 29, at Paul B. Hall Medical Center in Paintsville.
He was born January 18, 2000, in Floyd County.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by his paternal grandparents, Londis and Rebecca Sue Meek; and maternal grandparents, Edgel and Linda Burchett.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, October 31, at the Jones-Preston Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Jimmy McKenzie officiating.
Burial was in the Burchett Family Cemetery.

Roger Belcher
1941-2000
Preston Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements for Roger Belcher, 59, of Paintsville, who died Saturday, October 28, at his residence.
Mr. Belcher was born June 23, 1941 in Johnson County to the late John and Ervie McKenzie Belcher. He was a member of the Christ Freedom Worship Center.
Survivors include his wife, Dovie Gullett Belcher; one son, Roger Neal Belcher Jr. of Paintsville; three daughters, Rhonda Patrick of Paintsville, Dena Ward of Irvine, and Teresa Belcher of Hager Hill; eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, October 31, at the Christ Freedom Worship Center with Jim Daniels officiating.
Burial followed in Highland Memorial Park, Staffordsville.

James David Cox II
James David “Jim” Cox, 49, of Campbellsville, died Tuesday, October 31, at his residence.
He was of the Baptist Faith and the owner of James Art Glass Studio in Campbellsville.
Survivors include his parents, James Davis Sr. and Dorothy Cox of Paintsville; one son, James David Cox III of Florida; two brothers, Timothy G. and Benjamin Cox, both of Campbellsville; one sister, Connie Hromyak of Frankfort; and his maternal grandmother, June Conn of Winterpark, Florida.
Visitation will be today, Wednesday, at the Lyon-DeWitt Funeral Home in Campbellsville after 5 p.m.; and Thursday at the Jones-Preston Funeral Home in Paintsville from 6-9 p.m.
Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, November 3 at the Cox Cemetery in Paintsville with Rev. Wayne Price officiating.

William Clebern Price
1910-2000
William Clebern Price, 90, of Paintsville, died Friday, October 27, at Paul B. Hall Medical Center.
Born October 7, 1910, in Johnson County, he was the son of the late Clarence Price and Mary Hall Price. He was a retired miner.
Survivors include his wife, Stella Eula Honshell Price; and one son, John Price of Huntsville, Texas.
Funeral services were held Monday, October 30, at the Jones-Preston Funeral Home Chapel with William T. Crothers officiating.
Burial was in Highland Memorial Park, Staffordsville.

Garnett Conley Jenkins Arnett
1920-2000
Funeral services were held October 25 for Garnett Conley Jenkins Arnett, 80, of Salyersville, who died Monday, October 23, at Salyersville Health Care Center.
Mrs. Arnett was born June 30, 1920, in Magoffin County, to the late John C. and Mary Perkins Conley. She was a retired clerk for the ASC office.
Survivors include three brothers, John Ray Conley of Salyersville, Dorsey Conley of Milan, Michigan, and Marcus Conley of Belleview, Michigan; and two sisters, Mildred Grimm of Owingsville, and Nancy Nayer of Ypsilanti, Michigan.
Officiating at services held at Preston Funeral Chapel were Paul Jones and Norman Howard. Burial followed in the Conley Cemetery at Falcon.

Tivis J. Lyon Jr.
1937-2000
Former Johnson County resident, Tivis J. Lyon Jr., 63, of Ashland, died Monday, October 23, at King’s Daughters’ Medical Center.
Mr. Lyon was born June 9, 1937, in Johnson County, to the late Tivis Lyon and Inez Ross Lyon. He was a registered nurse and a veteran of the U.S. Air Force.
Survivors include his wife, Linda Kay Little Lyon; one son, Daniel T. Lyon of Staffordsville; three daughters, Debra Jain Rogers of Robinson Creek, Ethena Kay Behnke of Ashland and Lora E. Wells of Prestonsburg; three brothers, Joe Lyon of Lexington, Michael Lyon of Purlear, North Carolina and Russell Lyon of Barboursville, West Virginia; one sister, Cara Lynn Hall of Allen; and six grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Thursday, October 26, at the Jones-Preston Funeral Chapel with Joe McCoy, Gary Shepard and Don Grulich officiating.

Mabel C. Wheeler
1913-2000
Mabel C. Wheeler, 87, of Staffordsville, died Tuesday, October 24, in Prestonsburg.
Born August 23, 1913, in Johnson County, she was a daughter of the late Lindsay L. Meade and Mary Coldiron. She was a retired waitress.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Carroll Wheeler; and one son, Lowell Thomas Wheeler.
Survivors include one son, James C. Wheeler of Staffordsville; one brother, Bill Meade of Cleveland, Tennessee; two sisters, Beulah Moore of Paintsville and Hager White of Prestonsburg; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held October 26 at the Paintsville Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Tobe Wheeler officiating. Burial followed in the Meade Cemetery at Sitka.

Estella Blessing
1913-2000
Funeral services were held October 21 for Estella Blessing, 87, of Ulysses, who died Wednesday, October 18, at King’s Daughters’ Medical Center.
Mrs. Blessing was born June 1, 1913, in Johnson County, to the late Samuel Ratliff and Dessie Cline. She was a homemaker.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles Blessing.
Survivors include two daughters, Dottie Castle of Ulysses; one brother, Samuel Ratliff Jr. of Ragland, West Virginia; two sisters, Louella Branham of West Van Lear and Betty Jo Johnson of Madisonville; two grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Officiating at services held at Jones-Preston Funeral Home Chapel were Lonnie Ratliff and Dick Vanhoose.
Burial followed in Boyd Cemetery, Gnats Creek.

Wilson Fyffe
1948-2000
Wilson Fyffe, 52, of Flat Gap, died Saturday, October 21, at the VA Medical Facility in Lexington.
Born June 15, 1948, in Morgan County, he was a son of the late Ollie and Mary Keaton Fyffe.
Survivors include his wife, Sharon Clark Fyffe of Flat Gap; one son, Christopher Fyffe of Flat Gap; three daughters, Patricia Lynn, Kristie Sue and Michelle Lyn, all of Flat Gap; three sisters, Dorothy Brickley and Nora Barker, both of Sandy Hook, and Rosetta Keaton of Stephens.
Funeral services were held October 24 at the Martha Church of God with Harold Keaton officiating.
Burial followed in Fannin Cemetery at Crockett.

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