I knew you clothed in a hand-me-down
That didn’t make you complain or frown
The last time I saw you in a hospital gown
But your faith was high; your spirit not down.
My humble gifts you called silk so fine
Your smiles brought tears to these eyes of mine!
You were so good, yet oh so humble
Your lot was hard but you didn’t grumble.
You never failed to do a kind deed
You were always there for those in need!
You loved God and did what was right
You’ve only been gone for a year now. We were walking up the hill on Decoration Day to place beautiful flowers where your body of clay lay. As I stand by your grave in the arms of your oldest son, Aaron, and cry about the missing link in our family chain. The link that will never be completely joined again until we all meet on the crystal shores of heaven’s bright sea. We realize that we all must pass away as the flowers of summer. Then, I just watched your sisters and Aaron place flowers on your grave. The girls started remembering things you would have said to them when they were wo
A memorial service honoring the life of Wade H. Arnett will be held on Saturday, August 17, 2013 at 4:00 PM in the Magoffin County Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will follow the service in the Boardtree Cemetery on Boardtree Road in Salyersville.
Mrs. Carty was born September 12, 1926 in Salyersville, Kentucky the daughter of the late Eddie and Hattie Clemons Montgomery. Also, preceding her in death is her husband, Silas Carty, sister Eunice Arnett, brother, Mitchell Montgomery, and one grandchild, Matthew Deweese
She was a homemaker and a devoted member to her family and friends. She was a member of the Carty Primitive Baptist Church in Salyersville, Kentucky.
A new year has come upon us now
Christmas has already passed
But it’s not the same without you two here.
Dustin your birthday is here January 15th
And you would be 25, that’s so unreal.
What a wonderful young man
That I love and miss everyday
and Dad, your birthday is February 13th,
I would listen and talk to you
As you would tell the stories
Of growing up when you were young.
And we have rode a many mile together
As we would take our trips.
Dad and Dustin, how we miss you!
Happy Birthday Dad on February 6th..
We all feel the sadness and lonesome silence!
Gone, but you both will live in our hearts forever!
Love, Monnie, Mike, Glenda, Lisa, Vickie, Amy, Cody,
Grandchildren, Great-grandchildren and In-laws
Only One Mother
You can only have one Mother,
patient, kind and true,
no other person in all the world,
will be the same as you.
When others forsake you,
To Mother you will return,
For all her loving kindness,
She asks nothing in return.
As we look upon her picture,
Sweet memories we recall,
Of a face so full of sunshine,
And a smile for one and all.
Sweet Jesus, take this message,
To our dear Mother up above,
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:
Johnie Shepherd, 88, Silver Lake, IN died at 8:50 a.m. Friday, July 6, 2012 in Kosciusko Community Hospital, Warsaw, IN. He was born May 19, 1924 in Magoffin County, KY to Frank & Ella Mae (Wireman) Shepherd who preceded him in death. On June 15, 1957 he married Jackelene Warrix, who survives. He worked at Da-Lite Screen, Warsaw, IN for 28 years retiring in 1986. Johnie served in the US Marines in the South Pacific 1943-1946. He was a member of Warsaw American Legion Post #49, a life member of the First Marine Division Association and attended Akron Church of God, Akron, IN.
March 24, 1956
Happy 57th Birthday in Heaven.
Sadly missed by your family, friends and loved ones