A Loved One
It’s been 3 years that you were taken away
But it’s like more and you never said goodbye
The joy and laughter that we shared
And the memories that keep me going
And I can’t understand why
But it was God’s plan
That you were taken at such a young age
You had friends and loved ones
How they miss you too
But you have made a journey
That everybody would love to go
And you have a Brother-Papaw-Great Aunt
To be with you now
I want to be with you again Dustin
A Loved One
A MILLION TIMES
A million times I’ll miss you,
A million times I’ll cry
If love alone could have saved you,
You never would have died.
In life I loved you dearly,
In death I love you still,
In my heart you hold a place,
No other one can fill.
Loved and missed every day,
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
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:
Berlin Gamble of Salyersville, Kentucky
Brandon Gamble of Louisa, Kentucky
Chad Gamble of Paintsville, Kentucky
MILITARY RITES WERE HELD FOR COMRADE; SELDON WIREMAN ON JULY 8, 2010 AT SALYERSVILLE FUNERAL HOME BY D.A.V. CHAPTER # 15.
COMRADE WIREMAN ENTERED THE ARMED FORCES ON 09/10/1945 AND WAS DISCHARGED ON 06/20/1948 WITH THE RANK OF SARGANT.
COMRADE WIREMAN MEDALS INCLUDE: WORLD WAR II VICTORY MEDAL,ARMY OF OCCUPATION MEDAL.
MEMBERS OF D.A.V. CHAPTER # 15 IN ATTENDANCE WERE:
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.
MILITARY RITES WERE HELD FOR COMRADE; RADER KEETON ON JULY 15, 2010 AT SALYERSVILLE FUNERAL HOME BY D.A.V. CHAPTER # 15 COMRADE KEETON ENTERED THE ARMED FORCES ON 06/17/1942 AND WAS DISCHARGED ON 06/04/1946. WITH THE RANK OF SARGANT FIRST CLASS COMRADE KEETON MEDALS INCLUDE; WORLD WAR II VICTORY MEDAL,ARMY OF OCCUPATION MEDAL.