Obituaries

Your smile so sweet,
Your words of cheer,
The love you gave me,
Whether far or near.
You shared my laughter,
My sorrows too,
Dear Mom/Granny
We miss you!!

Sadly missed by
Corrine, Kenneth & Kendra
 

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 Gary Allen Gamble, age 53, a resident of Lacy Creek Road in Salyersville, Kentucky passed away Sunday, September 16, 2012 at his residence.
 
Mr. Gamble was born September 16, 1959 in Salyersville, Kentucky the son of Berlin Gamble and the late Reva Tackett Gamble.  
 
He was employed as a truck driver and enjoyed accomplishing mechanic work.
 
In his passing he leaves behind:  
Father:
     Berlin Gamble of Salyersville, Kentucky
Son:
     Brandon Gamble of Louisa, Kentucky
     Chad Gamble of Paintsville, Kentucky

Born: Wednesday, 9/16/1959
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 Mr. Gipson was born June 13, 1950 in Salyersville, Kentucky the son of the late Robert Auxier and Mary Perkins-Perkins.  Also, preceding him in death is his wife, Ella Mae Gipson, sister, Betsy Sue Auxier, and brothers, Earl Perkins and Robert Auxier.
 
Mr. Risner was a valued friend and family member to all.
 

Born: Tuesday, 6/13/1950
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Frankfort-Graveside services for Ladys Montgomery Howard Holbrook, 87 yrs., wife of James “Carl” Holbrook of Frankfort, were held Wednesday, August 10, 2011, at 11:00 AM at Kirby Flats Cemetery in Ashland, Kentucky with Reverend Wallace Kent officiating.  Mrs.  Holbrook passed away Thursday at Frankfort Regional Medical Center.  Ladys is survived by her husband, James “Carl” Holbrook; daughter, Mary Ann (Steven) Smith, Tybee Island, GA; four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.  In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by daughter:  Margaret Jean Leppert; three sisters;

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He always loved me and
 we shared so many memories! 
 I will always love him
and Never-ever will I forget him!
Gone but not forgotten,
Love your granddaughter,
 

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 Daniel Wayne Caudill, age 51, a resident of Rockhouse Road in Salyersville, Kentucky passed away Friday, September 7, 2012 at the Highlands Regional Medical Center in Prestonsburg, Kentucky.
 
Mr. Caudill was born November 14, 1960 in Paintsville, Kentucky the son of Patty Jean Caudill Patrick.
 
Mr. Caudill was employed as a mechanic until his retirement.
 
Those left to mourn include:
Daughters:
                  Melissa Jenkins and husband Brandon of Salyersville, Kentucky

Born: Friday, 11/04/1960
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 Berlin Perkins, age 64, a resident of Litteral Fork Road in Salyersville, Kentucky passed away on Monday, September 3, 2012 at the Manchester Memorial Hospital in Manchester, Kentucky.
 
Mr. Perkins was born December 20, 1947 the son of the late Charlie and Roxie Lykins Perkins.  Also, proceeding him in death is one sister, Margie Blair, and four brothers, Bertis, Carl, Sammy, and Johnnie Perkins.
 
Mr. Perkins was employed as a farmer until his retirement.
 
Those left to mourn include:
Wife:

Born: Saturday, 12/20/1947
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Etta Allen, Friday, May 18, 2012 Kobacker House.  Project manager  EPA of Ohio.  Volunteer for Franklin Park Conservatory and Ohio Health.  Chairman of the Women’s Association at Grant Medical Center.  Member of the Card Club for more than 30 years.  She traveled overseas extensively, modeled for charity projects throughout her life, expert seamstress, earned her pilots license, and loved ballroom dancing.  Survived by sister, Myrna (Bob Flack) Thompson; brother, H.

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 1962-2012
 
Dear Debbie,
A loving daughter and sister who took her journey
 only fifteen days before her 50th Birthday. 
 We will join you in your new home,
 but for now Happy Birthday..
we love and miss you..
Forever in our heart,
Mom, Dorothy, Donna, Dianah, Timmy & Travis

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I feel the cold rush over me,
and takes me back to that terrible day.
November 6th, 2002 my life changed
and wouldn’t ever be the same.
For a little after 6 o’clock that night,
the good Lord called your name.
I remember the long ride home,
asking “Lord what will we do?”
Because I just knew we couldn’t live
on this earth without you.
But here we are, 10 years later
without you here with us.
The greatest man I’ll ever know,
whom we all love so very much.
I look back over the past 10 years,

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