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Gay Marcum, 89, formerly of Whitesville, went to his heavenly home Monday ... 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. He retired from Mobile Oil in Kansas. (Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer)
Kentucky, she was the daughter of Herby D. Davidson and Mary P. Bruton Davidson. After her mother’s passing, she was raised by Macie Davidson. She attended New Market High School. She married Richard Leon McCloud Feb. 14, 1960, at Whitesville. (Journal Review Online)
She was born on Friday, March 20, 1925, in Whitesville, West Virginia ... Dolores Shannon of Louisville, Kentucky, Debra A. Curry of Louisville, Kentucky, Sharon J. Johnson of Uniontown, Pa., the Rev. Kathy Austin (Henry) of Uniontown, Pa., (Herald Standard)
Obituary, funeral and service information for Mrs. Eartha E. Aubrey from Owensboro, Kentucky. Funeral services by Glenn Funeral Home and Crematory. Patrick Brian McKinney, 57, of Whitesville was called home to the Lord on Jan. 8, 2017. Son of the late Jack D. (www.facebook.com)
Mr. Johnson retired from Swedish Match Leaf and was a member of Providence Baptist Church in Dundee, Kentucky. Survivors include his loving wife of 47 years, Terry A. Stewart Johnson, of Hartford; three sons, Mark (Alice) Johnson, of Whitesville ... (SurfKY.com)
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