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From: "Bobbie Ivey-Lewallen" <>
Subject: [CRR] Obits from The News-Journal-Corbin 9/28/00
Date: Sun, 1 Oct 2000 00:06:07 -0400


Fronia Caddell, 90, Emlyn, passed away Friday, September 22, 2000 at the
Jellico Community Hospital in Jellico, Tennessee.
She was a member of the Emlyn Church of God since 1922.
Survivors include two daughters, Linnea Rains and husband, Sonny of Emlyn
and Lois Faulkner and husband, Clay of Saxton; two grandchildren, Karen
Schoonover and husband, Jeff of Abilene, Texas and Curtis Rains of Emlyn;
two great-grandchildren, Zachary and Logan Schoonover; two sisters, Fannie
Campbell of Phoenix, Arizona and Minnie Fields of Cincinnati, Ohio; also
several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held Monday, September 25 at the Ellison Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev. Harold Long and Rev. Johnny Hansford officiating. Burial
was in the Emlyn Cemetery.
Ellison Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Ima Jean Lawson, 52, Whippoorwill Road, Corbin, passed away Tuesday,
September 19, 2000 at her home.
She was a member of the Corbin Parkway Church of God.
Survivors include her son, George Travis Lawson of Corbin; her mother,
Lorane Paul of Williamsburg; five sisters, Mary Stamper and husband, Dan of
Corbin, Pat Heath and husband, Brian of Knoxville, Tennessee, Vicky Paul of
Williamsburg, Fran Paul of Corbin, and Tina Lawson and husband, Jeff of
Williamsburg; two brothers, Jimmy T. Paul and wife, Diana of Corbin and Gary
V. Paul of Williamsburg; also several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held Thursday, September 21 at the Ellison Funeral
Home Chapel with Rev. Tilman Bargo officiating. Burial was in the Jellico
Creek Cemetery.
Ellison Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Ellis Brown, 80, Rice Street, Williamsburg, passed away Thursday evening,
September 21, 2000 at the Baptist Regional Medical Center.
He was a deacon of the Highland Park Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Nola Baldwin Brown of Williamsburg; one
daughter, JuAnita Sharpe and husband, Alvin of Williamsburg; one son, Dewey
Brown and wife, Sue of Jellico, Tennessee; five grandchildren, Tim Brown of
Tazewell, Tennessee, Sherry Bowden of Fairhope, Alabama, Jeff Sharpe of
Williamsburg, Mike Sharpe of Williamsburg, James "Frosty" Prewitt of Santa
Fe, New Mexico; two great-grandchildren; three sisters, Opal Faulkner of
Williamsburg, Geneva Prewitt of Williamsburg, and Eva Reynolds of
Williamsburg; one brother, Damon Brown of Williamsburg; as well as several
nieces, nephews and a host of other relatives and friends to mourn his
passing.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Irvin Brown and Rosa Bennett Brown;
and a brother, Doyle Brown.
Funeral services were held Saturday, September 23 at the Highland Park
Baptist Church, Williamsburg, with Rev. Doyle Lester and Rev. George Peace
officiating. Burial was in the Davis Addition Highland Park Cemetery.
Honorary pallbearers will be the Deacons of the Highland Baptist Church.
Croley Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Oscar Lee Askins, 38, Piney Grove Community, Williamsburg, passed away
Sunday evening, September 24, 2000 at the U.T. Hospital in Knoxville,
Tennessee.
He is survived by his wife, Sharon Marie McHargue Askins of Piney Grove
Community, Williamsburg; two sons, Robert Lee Askins of Piney Grove
Community, Williamsburg and Christopher Dewayne Askins of Piney Grove
Community, Williamsburg; his father and mother, Arnold Dee and Mary Bell
Meadors Askins of Piney Grove Community, Williamsburg; two sisters, Audrey
Elaine Mays and husband, William of the Piney Grove Community, Williamsburg,
and Debra Kay Ellis and husband, Darrell of Craig Road, Williamsburg; four
brothers, Arnold Wayne Askins and wife, Patsy of Piney Grove Community,
Williamsburg, Raymond Earl Askins and wife, Sonya of Piney Grove Community,
Williamsburg, Garry Allen Askins of Corbin, and Jeffrey Ora Askins of Lloyd
Meadors Road, Williamsburg; his grandmother, Florence Meadors of the Piney
Grove Community, Williamsburg; three uncles, Thomas Askins of Whetstone
Community, Williamsburg, Kelly Meadors of Piney Grove Community,
Williamsburg, Timothy Meadors of Piney Grove Community, Williamsburg; three
aunts, Elletta Vanover of Piney Grove Community, Williamsburg, Marcella
Meadors of Long Bottom Road, Williamsburg, and Evalene Bryant of Piney Grove
Community, Williamsburg; as well as a host of other relatives and friends to
mourn his passing.
Funeral services will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 27 at the
Pleasant Hill Church of God with Rev. Lee Bolton and Rev. Gerald Shephard
officiating. Burial will follow in the Pleasant Hill Church Cemetery.
Croley Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

George Edward Sutton, 63, Cincinnati, Ohio, formerly of Williamsburg, passed
away Saturday, September 16, 2000 as the result of his battle with cancer.
Survivors include his wife, Dotty Sutton of Cincinnati, Ohio; son, Harold
Sutton, also of Cincinnati, Ohio; three sisters, Pauline Sutton Jones of
Lexington, Mildred Byrd of Mason, Ohio and Norma Hodge of Bristol,
Tennessee.
Funeral services were held Monday, September 18 at the Paul R. Young Funeral
Home Chapel with Dan Bryant officiating. Arlington Memorial Gardens,
Cincinnati, is Mr. Sutton's final resting place.

David Melton Lawson, 76, Lot-Mud Creek Road, Williamsburg, passed away
Saturday night, September 23, 2000 at the Baptist Regional Medical Center.
He is survived by five daughters, Edna Delph of Goshen, Indiana, Laura
Partin and husband, Arnold of Florence, Betty Lou Lawson of Florence, Ruby
Powers and husband, Mitchell of Williamsburg, and Bobbie Jean Rose and
husband, Eddie of Williamsburg; five sons, Clarence Lawson and wife, Sue of
Williamsburg, John David Lawson and wife, Sue of Woodbine, Doc Lawson and
wife, JoAnn of Grays, Isham Melton Lawson and wife, Darlene of Silver Grove,
and Roy Allen Lawson and wife, Gina of Alexander; 47 grandchildren and
several great-grandchildren; three sisters, Martha Rose of Barbourville,
Flara Bunch of Williamsburg, and Edna Moore of Gatliff; two brothers, Finley
Lawson of Saxton and Joe Lawson of the Mt. Ash Community, Williamsburg; as
well as a host of other relatives and friends to mourn his passing.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Annie Lee Croley Lawson and two sons,
Finley Lawson and Joe Lawson.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, September 26 at the Croley Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev. Horace Partin officiating. Burial was in the Lawson
Cemetery on Mud Creek.
Croley Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.


George Wynn, 68, Keavy, passed away Friday, September 22, 2000 at Keavy.
He is survived by one son and three daughters.
Funeral services were held September 26 at the Vankirk Funeral Home Chapel
with Rev. Scott Williamson officiating. Burial was in the Chapel Cemetery by
Vankirk Funeral Home.

Lena Cavins, 92, Corbin, passed away Friday, September 22, 2000 in the
Corbin Nursing Home.
A daughter, Barbara Palyvos of Corbin, is among the survivors.
Funeral services were held September 25 at the O'Neil Funeral Home Chapel
with Rev. Heskel Roaden officiating. Burial was in the Corinth Cemetery by
O'Neil Funeral Home.

D.D. Ringwald, 93, Carrollton, passed away Friday, September 22, 2000.
He was the father of Henry "Butch" Ringwald.
Private burial was held in Carrollton. Obituary information courtesy of
O'Neil Funeral Home.


Ruth Genava McHargue, 77, formerly of Corbin, passed away Saturday,
September 23, 2000 in the West Houston (Texas) Medical Center.
Graveside services will be held 2 p.m., September 28 at the Stansberry
Cemetery with Bro. Charles Murphy officiating. There will be no visitation.
Hart Funeral Home in charge.


Noel E. Perry, 70, formerly of Gray, passed away Sunday afternoon, September
17, 2000 at his residence in Warsaw.
Funeral services were held September 21 at the Hart Funeral Home Chapel with
Rev. Jerry Martin officiating. Burial followed in the Farris Cemetery at
Gray by Hart Funeral Home.


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