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He was born Aug. 6, 1927, to the late Miles and Lillie Marcum in Newport. He also was preceded in death by ... He was a World War II Army veteran, a Mason and a Kentucky Colonel. He was a life member of AMVETS Post 75, VFW Post 696, DAV and NRA. (Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer)
Survivors include her children, Lisa Jones of Dover, Bob and Heidi Doucette of Centerville, Linda and Jerrold Abernathy of Birta, Julie and David Thomas of Centerville; three sisters, Pauline (Leo) Gosselin of Newport, Vt., Helen (Bill) Suess of Chepachet ... (The Courier Online)
Gerald Eskenazi in Winkfield’s 1972 New York Times obituary Three decades later ... No one missed him when he returned to Newport, Kentucky, and the Queen City track for the July Fourth weekend.” Winkfield found Europe, particularly Russia, more ... (Brisnet)
She is survived by her children, Fred E. Cline of Newport, Ohio, Cathy Smith of Marietta, Ohio, and Steve (Melissa) Cline of Whipple, Ohio; two grandchildren, Whitney Cline Kelsey of Paintsville, Ky., and Kyle Cline of Newport, Ohio; three great-grandsons ... (Marietta Times)
Kentucky and Gary McGahan of Montgomery; two brothers, Robert Wyatt of Raleigh, North Carolina and Herbert Wyatt of Church View, Virginia; three sisters, Anne Walloch of Westminster, California, Gloria Jones of Hampton, Virginia and Georgia Rodgers of ... (quadcitiesdaily.com)
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