Daniel Boone Ball, Sr., 81, of New Tazewell, Tennessee formerly of Harlan, Kentcuky died Thursday, February 15, at his home with family by his bedside. He was born April 6, 1936 in Harlan County, Kentucky to the late Hayward and Edna L. Ball. He was a lifelong carpenter who done work all over Harlan County, and surrounding areas for years. He was a saved man and was a member of the Elcomb Baptist Church and enjoyed singing gospel music.
Survivors include a sister, Margaret Hammonds of New Tazewell, Tennessee; children, Daniel Boone (Cindy) Ball, Jr, of Irvine, Kentucky, Terrie Lynn Ward of Rockfield, Kentucky, Bill Duane Ball, and James Michael Ball, both of New Tazewell, Tennessee; seven grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; and two great-great grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends are left to mourn his passing.
Other than his parents he is preceded in death by his wife of 52 years, Patsy L. Ball; two sisters, Betty Wingo and Barbara Jones; and a grandson, Aaron D. Hensley Ball.
Funeral services were Sunday, February 18, in the Chapel of the Anderson-Laws & Jones Funeral Home with Pastor George Henard officiating. Burial in the Ball Family Cemetery in New Tazewell, Tennessee. Pallbearers were Jerry Hall, Steve Hendrickson, Jim Wilhoit, Christopher Greene, Koda Jones, and Sheldon Cassetty. Honorary Pallbearers were Ken Bowling and Michael Ball. Anderson-Laws & Jones Funeral Home was honored to serve the family of Daniel Boone Ball, Sr. Please feel free to leave a memory or photo at www.aljfh.com
Betty Hovermale Haynes, 89, wife of Robert Haynes, Jr., died Tuesday, January 23, at St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington. Born Nov. 13, 1928 in Morgan County, she was the daughter of the late Al Y. and May Cecil Carter Hovermale. She was a University of Kentucky graduate, a retired appeals officer for the Internal Revenue Service, and a CPA. She formerly attended Beaumont Presbyterian Church. She was loved by all.
Survivors other than her husband include a daughter, Patricia Arthur Miller of Lexington; three grandchildren, Leigh Galloway of Louisville, Samantha Arthur of Alabama and Daniel Arthur of Texas; two step-sons, Joel Haynes of Montana, Mark Haynes of Las Vegas; a step-grandson, Jesse Webster, Frankfort; three step-granddaughters, Annalise Haynes of Oregon and Kaitlin Haynes of Montana, and Courtney Haynes of Montana; two sisters, Peggy Wilson and Janis Wiseman, both of Irvine; special niece, Peggy Lou Frazeur; three special caregivers, Tammy Horton, Beverly Reed and Tom Berryman.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a son, Dale Alan Arthur; step-daughter, Melissa Haynes; and a brother, Bobby Hovermale.
A graveside service was held Saturday, January 27, at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Irvine, KY. Kerr Brothers Funeral Home – Harrodsburg Rd. was entrusted with arrangements. Memorial contributions are suggested to Planned Parenthood, 268 Southland Dr., Suite 120, Lexington, KY 40503.
Pauline Clayton, 85, of New Lebanon, Ohio died Wednesday, February 14. Born April 22, 1932, the daufghter of the late Thomas Steven and Lula (Proffitt) Pitts. She enjoyed fishing, gardening, and rocking her babies.
She is survived by her husband, William T. Clayton; three sons, James William Clayton, Thomas Lee Clayton, Bobby Eugene (Jenny) Clayton; two daughters, Nancy (Donald) Back and Madonna Sue Kettler; nine grandchildren; 20 great grandchildren; and siblings, Alvin (Margaret) Pitts, Leona (Andrew) Vickers, and Betsie (Howard) Simkins.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Thomas Steven and Lula (Proffitt) Pitts; a brother, Harold Pitts; and a son-in-law, Hank Kettler.
Funeral services were held Thursday, February 22 at the Rogers’ Funeral Home, New Lebanon, Ohio, with Pastor Kelly Scott Moler officiating. Burial at Royal Oak Memorial Gardens, Brookville, Ohio.
Suette Morguson, 77, died on Friday, February 9, at University of Kentucky Hospital. She was born in Estill County on February 3, 1941, to the late Bergin and Dovie Woods Tuttle. She was retired from Square D. Company, where she worked for more than 23 years. She was a Cincinnati Reds and University of Kentucky Basketball fan. She enjoyed puzzles, front porch sitting, time spent talking with neighbors, and gardening.
Survivors include her daughter, Anna Ruth Morguson; six grandchildren, David Morguson, Brett Morguson, Kayla (Justice) Ellis, Whitney Tipton, Riley Morguson, and Austin Tipton; three great grandchildren, Haven Morguson, Bentley Holder, and Knox Ellis.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her son, Allen Morguson.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, February 14,, at Scobee Funeral Home with Pastor Ron Ingram officiating. Burial at Woods Cemetery in Irvine. Pallbearers were Brett Morguson, David Morguson, Austin Tipton, Riley Morguson, Rich Jenks, Leonard Beltz, Don Chaplin, and Gerald Patrick.
Mary Neal Wilson Davis, 87, widow of Billy White Davis, died Tuesday, Ferbruary 13, at the University of Kentucky Medical Center. She was a native of Neon, Kentucky, a daughter of the late Henry Evan an Emma Elizabeth Johnson Wilson. She was a homemaker, and a member of the Providence Baptist Church. She enjoyed sewing, and knitting, and being active in her church.
Survivors include her daughter, Terry Edwards; her son, Roy E. (Laura) Davis; her grandchildren, Billy (Monica) Edwards, Becky (Ricky) Timberlake, Andrea Davis, and Evan Davis; her great-grandchildren, Will Edwards, Emily Edwards, Bradley Timberlake, and Marie Timberlake; her sister, Alice Honchell; her brother, Jim Wilson, and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in by her brother, J.P. Wilson.
Funeral service were held Friday, February 16 at the Lewis Abner Home for Funerals. Burial at Oakdale Cemetery.
Stephanie Lynn Walters, 44, of Old Fox Road in Irvine died Sunday, February 11, at her home following a long illness. She was born March 7, 1973 in Estill County and was the daughter of Harold Gene and Linda Lou Warner Johnson. She was a homemaker and a member of the Bethel Christian Church and the Estill Co. Lions Club. She had lived in Estill County all her life.
Survivors in addition to her father and mother include her husband, Thomas Edward Walters; two daughters, Michaela Walters (Jared) Cole of Estill County, and Anna Marie Walters of Estill County; a son, Robbie Walters of Estill County; a sister, Beth (Kurt) Isaacs of Estill County; two grandchildren, Easton Clay Cole and Baby Cole; and a sister of the heart, Connie Curtis.
Funeral services were conducted Wednesday, February 14, at the Warren F. Toler Funeral Home Chapel by Bro. Bill Curtis. Burial at the Steve Walters Cemetery. Pallbearers were Robbie Walters, Jared Cole, Billy Walters, Dustin Moore, Eddie Walters, and Jeremy Miller. Honorary Pallbearers were Easton Cole, Baby Cole, the Ladies Group of Bethel Christian Church, and the Estill Co. Lions Club members.