Obituaries for September 10, 2009

Nina Flynn, 71
Nina Pearl Daniels
Flynn, 71, of Miller Drive,
Richmond, died Monday,
Aug. 31, 2009 at her home
following a long illness.
She was born Aug. 13,
1938 in Estill County,
the daughter of the late
James W. and Bessie
Flynn Daniels. She was
a former employee of
Phillips Electric, and was
a member of the Ravenna
Church of God. She had
lived in Richmond most
of her life.
Survivors include her
husband, Alton Flynn; one
daughter, Tiffany Rebecca
Creekmore and husband
Jamie of Cleveland,
Tenn.; three sisters, Doris
McGee and husband
Bill and Faye Reece and
husband Delvin, both of
Irvine, Madonna Clem
and husband Linville
of Lexington; a sisterin-
law, Lynn Daniels of
Estill County; two brothers,
Lee Daniels and wife
Inez of Trenton, Ohio,
Robert Edsel Daniels and
wife Wilma of Irvine; one
granddaughter, Sydney
Rebecca Creekmore; several
nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in
death by two brothers,
Gerald Wayne Daniels
and Ted Daniels; and one
nephew, Daniel Patrick
Funeral services
were conducted at 2
p.m. Thursday, Sept. 3
at the Warren F. Toler
Funeral Home Chapel by
Bro. Edsel Daniels, Bro.
Delvin Reece and Bro.
Lee Claypoole with burial
at West Irvine Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Steve
Daniels, Bryan Daniels,
Gerald Daniels, Todd
Reece, Jamie Creekmore,
Mike Flynn and Darren

Brenda Napier, 29
Brenda Gail
Stamper Napier, 29, of
Lawrenceburg, formerly
of Irvine, died Saturday,
Sept. 5, 2009 from injuries
received in a motor vehicle
accident in Anderson
County. She was born Sept.
15, 1979 in Richmond.
She was a 1997 graduate
of Paul Lawrence
Dunbar High School in
Lexington, a member of
the Lawrenceburg United
Pentecostal Church, an
employee of Kroger in
Lawrenceburg, and was
attending the Bluegrass
Community and Technical
College in Lawrenceburg.
Survivors in addition to
her husband, Derrick R.
Napier of Irvine, are her
father, Paul D. Stamper of
Lawrenceburg; her mother,
Nina Marie Tipton of
Irvine; a son, Elijah Ryan
Napier of Lawrenceburg;
a sister, Gina (Charlie
Staton) Stamper of
Irvine; and two brothers,
Paul Anthony (Karen)
Stamper and Jamie
(Amanda) Stamper, all of
Funeral services
were held at 2 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2009
at Lawrenceburg United
Pentecostal Church by
Rev. Mike Seidenfaden
with burial at the
Lawrenceburg Cemetery.
Pallbearers were
Anthony Stamper, Jamie
Stamper, Aldon Stamper,
Brandon Stamper, Dennis
Burns, and Daniel Isaacs.
The Ritchie & Peach
Funeral Home of
Lawrenceburg was in
charge of arrangements.
Edward Tipton, 82
Edward S. Tipton, 82,
Old KY 52, Richmond,
husband of Sarah Tipton
for 60 years, died Friday
at St. Joseph Hospital
Lexington, after a long
illness. He was born May
12, 1927, in Menifee
County, a son of the late
Clyde and Merrell Griggs
Tipton. He was a retired
employee of EKU, and
a member of the Cow
Creek Baptist Church.
He was preceded in death
by a daughter, the late
Virginia Lois Tipton; a
sister Lucille Tipton; two
brothers Clyde Tipton
and James Allen Tipton.
Survivors in addition
to his wife Sarah,
include four daughters
Alice (Bowen) Lainhart
of Richmond, Eunice
(James) Lainhart of
Union City, Lorena (Jeff)
Burns of College Hill,
and Charlena Tipton
of Richmond; two sons
Bruce Tipton of Irvine,
and Gregory Tipton of
Richmond; a sister Maxine
Sparks of Mt. Sterling; a
brother Vernon Tipton; 11
grandchildren and many
great and great-great
Services were conducted
at 2 p.m. Monday at
Lewis Funeral Home by
Joe Larhmer with burial
at West Irvine Cemetery.

Synnove Baldwin, 77
Synnove (Cindy)
Baldwin, 77, died peacefully
at her home, Sept. 4
2009, surrounded by her
loving family. She was
born in Baastad, Norway
on Oct. 16, 1931 to Karl
and Hildur Lunder. At
the age of 19 she moved
from Norway to Madison,
Wisconsin. She and Lee
Baldwin married in 1952
and they lived throughout
the United States
while he served in the
U.S. Air Force. When he
retired from military service
in 1970, they moved
to Ravenna, with their
five children. Synnove
was a loving wife, mother,
grandmother, a military
spouse, and a wonderful
homemaker. She enjoyed
spending time with her
family, gardening, reading,
cooking and baking. She
was well known around
town for her delicious
cinnamon coffee cakes,
rolls, and Christmas
cookies. She was preceded
in death by her husband
Lee Baldwin. She
will be deeply missed by
her children, Ken (Katie)
Baldwin of Germany,
Tina (Don) Gasper of
Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
Eileen (Terry) Welch
of Racine, Wisconsin,
Debbie Sparks of Irvine,
Terri (Jerry) Swanson of
Minneapolis, Minnesota
and her twelve grandchildren
who lovingly
called her Bestemor.
She is survived by her
sister, Astrid (Trygve)
Engen of Bingen, Norway
and six nieces and nephews.
A memorial service was
held at Lewis Funeral
Home on Tuesday at 7
p.m. with the Rev. Chris
Winkler officiating. The
family requests that
expressions of sympathy
be made as memorials
to Ravenna Veteran’s
Memorial Park.

Claude Hall, 81
Claude Hall, 81, Sid
Griffin Road, Ravenna,
husband of Jessie
Margaret Griffin Hall,
died Tuesday, Sept. 1, at
the Irvine Health and
Rehab Center after a
long illness. He was born
March 26, 1928 in Clark
County, a son of the late
Willie and Myrtle Cox
Hall. He was a retired
truck driver. He was preceded
in death by four
brothers and sisters,
William, Howard Lee,
Bonnie Jean and Dorcie
Bea Hall.
Survivors in addition to
his wife Margaret, include
one daughter, Rebecca
Ruth Hall Jones of Irvine;
seven sons, Scotty Allen
Griffin, Jimmy Lyn Hall,
Billy Ray Hall, Kenneth
Edward Hall, Bryan Keith
(Frances) Hall, all of
Irvine, Kelly Andrew Hall
of Richmond and Timothy
Michael Hall of Irvine;
two sisters, Carolyn
(George) Richardson of
Irvine and Valma Pelfrey
of Mt. Sterling, Ohio; and
a brother, Paul Glenn
Hall of Columbus, Ohio;
four grandchildren; and
several nieces and nephews.
Services were conducted
at 11 a.m. Friday
at Lewis Funeral Home
by Bro. Ron Lutes with
burial at the Sid Griffin
Pallbearers were Kenny
and Billy Hall, Randall
and Roger Richardson,
Jesse Patrick and Mike

Cynthia Stone, 78
Cynthia Anne Kaze
Stone, 78, Sixth Street,
Ravenna died Friday, Aug.
28, 2009, at the Marcum
& Wallace Memorial
Hospital after a long illness.
She was born Oct. 14,
1930 in Christian County
and was the daughter of
the late Sam and Bertha
Ellen Bowles Kaze. She
was a member of the Ivory
Hill Baptist Church and
had lived in Estill County
most of her life. She was
preceded in death by her
husband, Gordon Stone.
Survivors include three
sons Russell Gordon
Stone of Baltimore, Md.,
Tiffie Glenn Stone and
Terry Wayne Stone both
of Estill County; six
grandchildren; and 11
She was preceded
in death by three sons,
Harrell Samuel Mefford,
Michael James Stone,
Gary Lynn Stone; and
one sister, Louise Gilkey;
and three brothers,
Eckley Harrell Stewart,
John Lacy Mart and
George Bassett Mart; one
great-grandchild; and
two very special friends,
Nancy Noble and Gina
Funeral services were
conducted Tuesday, Sept.
1, at 1 p.m. at the Warren
F. Toler Funeral Home
Chapel by Bro. Marvin
Neal with burial at the
Stone Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Donald
Stone, Phillip Stone,
Bill Berryman, Charles
Noble, Mike Barnes, and
Charlie Noland.
Honorary Pallbearers
were Earl Blackwell,
George Fortner, Wendall
Brandenburg, Tony
Thomas, Bill Cole,
Jerry Arnold, and Alex McCalister.