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Back in the day when WCHS wresting ruled supreme! ...

Back in the day when WCHS wresting ruled supreme!

 

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Some bad bad boys in this pic. Back in the day, nobody in the entire country wanted any piece of this squad.

Love Coach Becker!

Those were the days ⭐️

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Obituary for Scot Anthony Wayne Walters
Frankfort - Scot Anthony Wayne Walters, 47, passed away on Sunday, April 2, 2017.

As a child growing up in Versailles, Scot loved trains, building, and arranging his things "just so". This early awareness of his surroundings led him to study and graduate from the School of Architecture at the University of Kentucky. He experienced pivotal moments in his life when he studied abroad in Venice, Italy, for a semester and interned at Cosanti Foundation in Arizona. These experiences inspired his life's work " good design, new urbanism, and historic preservation. He created and invested in a life in downtown Frankfort with his wife Marnie and daughter Margi because he believed in walk-able communities, pedestrian advocacy, and the efficiency of living in the city core. He walked to work at The Kentucky Heritage Council/State Historic Preservation Office for twenty years, where he recently retired as a respected site development program manager. Frankfort and the entire state benefited from his passion, dedication, and the successful implementation of the tax credit program.

When he wasn't fighting tirelessly for good architectural and urban design, he enjoyed locally crafted beer, bonfires, Formula 1 racing, Shaker Village, Envision Franklin County, local food, and completing his own preservation projects. All were indicative of his love for quality craftsmanship and high standards. No matter where he was, his talent, honesty and fieriness made an impression.

His battle against cancer was fought with the conviction and determination of all of his battles, yet he lost. He leaves behind a family who loved him deeply and will miss him daily " a family proud of who he was " Marnie and Margi; Libbie, his mom; Wayne, his deceased father; Todd (Ann) and Matt (Jennifer), his brothers; Sally, his dog, and the many colleagues and friends he acquired through the years.

A celebration of life is planned for Thursday, April 27, 2017 from 3:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. at the Old Capitol in downtown Frankfort located at 300 W. Broadway, followed by a bonfire at Josephine Sculpture Park, 3355 Lawrenceburg Road, Frankfort, KY.

In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made in Scot's memory to Strong Towns, 1511 Northern Pacific Road, Room 206, Brainerd, MN 56401 or at www.guidestar.org/profile/27-1459378

Arrangements are under the direction of Harrod Brothers Funeral Home.
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Obituary for Scot Anthony Wayne Walters
Frankfort - Scot Anthony Wayne Walters, 47, passed away on Sunday, April 2, 2017. 

As a child growing up in Versailles, Scot loved trains, building, and arranging his things just so. This early awareness of his surroundings led him to study and graduate from the School of Architecture at the University of Kentucky. He experienced pivotal moments in his life when he studied abroad in Venice, Italy, for a semester and interned at Cosanti Foundation in Arizona. These experiences inspired his lifes work  good design, new urbanism, and historic preservation. He created and invested in a life in downtown Frankfort with his wife Marnie and daughter Margi because he believed in walk-able communities, pedestrian advocacy, and the efficiency of living in the city core. He walked to work at The Kentucky Heritage Council/State Historic Preservation Office for twenty years, where he recently retired as a respected site development program manager. Frankfort and the entire state benefited from his passion, dedication, and the successful implementation of the tax credit program.

When he wasnt fighting tirelessly for good architectural and urban design, he enjoyed locally crafted beer, bonfires, Formula 1 racing, Shaker Village, Envision Franklin County, local food, and completing his own preservation projects. All were indicative of his love for quality craftsmanship and high standards. No matter where he was, his talent, honesty and fieriness made an impression. 

His battle against cancer was fought with the conviction and determination of all of his battles, yet he lost. He leaves behind a family who loved him deeply and will miss him daily  a family proud of who he was  Marnie and Margi; Libbie, his mom; Wayne, his deceased father; Todd (Ann) and Matt (Jennifer), his brothers; Sally, his dog, and the many colleagues and friends he acquired through the years.

A celebration of life is planned for Thursday, April 27, 2017 from 3:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. at the Old Capitol in downtown Frankfort located at 300 W. Broadway, followed by a bonfire at Josephine Sculpture Park, 3355 Lawrenceburg Road, Frankfort, KY.

In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made in Scots memory to Strong Towns, 1511 Northern Pacific Road, Room 206, Brainerd, MN 56401 or at https://www.guidestar.org/profile/27-1459378

Arrangements are under the direction of Harrod Brothers Funeral Home.

 

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I had no idea he had passed. My condolences.

I too had no idea he passed. My deepest sympathies.

I had no idea he passed away, so sorry to hear this!

So sorry to learn of the passing of another classmate. My condolences to his family.

Prayers for the family loss.

Our Family’s Sympathies and Condolences go out to The Walters Family ~ 🙏🏻

Scott was a good guy. I am so sorry for his family.

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40 years ago. Winter of 1978 from our Jacketeer pages ...

40 years ago. Winter of 1978 from our  Jacketeer pages

 

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I was pregnant with my daughter and remember this storm very well!

Just had graduated from WCHS and had to walk to work at Texas Instruments my Opal GT was snowed under lol

It was cold and snowy that year!

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We may think it's cold now, but what about the winter of '78? ...

We may think its cold now, but what about the winter of 78?

 

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Missed 28 days of school that winter, I believe!

Remember that one real well.

Cars were snowed under WCHS Varsity season cut short 🏀

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This photo album is in remembrance of deceased WCHS classmates for the 20 years from 1980 - 1999. They may be gone but not forgotten. Please post your comments in respect of our friends. Continue your trip down memory lane while letting their families know...we have not forgotten. ...

This photo album is in remembrance of deceased WCHS classmates for the 20 years from 1980 - 1999. They may be gone but not forgotten. Please post your comments in respect of our friends. Continue your trip down memory lane while letting their families know...we have not forgotten.Image attachment

 

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Ronnie Wynn Class of 72!!!! Ronnie is pictured last in the 1972 Senior pictures.(page 7 on here in the 72 book album) One of my best friends from 7th grade thru high school. Ronnie was active in FFA and farmed in the Midway area. I'm not sure of the date of his death but I know it's been a few years ago. He passed from heart trouble/attack. RIP MY Friend.

Ronnie was in the first grade with me at Midway and suddenly passed away in the early-mid 1990s. He was always a nice guy.

Class of 1970 Patricia Ann Roark--pg 130 of the 1970 yearbook photo album.

I had no idea Ronnie Wynn passed away, we had Mrs. Smart for homeroom in the library and most days we played chess together before the school day. Thanks for the info Warren.

Vickie Cooper Class of 1973 Robert Allen Bowles Jr. Class of 1975 Lyle Hartley Class of 1971(?) Dorothy Nicholas Class of 1970 so sad that these lives were so short..my prayers are with there famlies!! don't know how to put their pics on here...

Sorry to be the one to tell you. Ronnie and I played chess also. We played a lot of games in school from cards to matching coins. Study hall was the time for chess, paper football, and coin hockey. Good times but not the best education. Modular scheduling was nuts.( Woodford County was the first) I had days with 4 1/2 hour study halls til I became an assistant in shop class.

I just added another photo of Joe - along with one of my remembrances. Joe was part of my "gang" of friends during my senior year of high school. No offense to my class, but I always felt much more accepted by my brother's class and the other classes ahead of me and then the classes of '77 and '78 when I was a senior.

Joe was so quiet, but a great friend. Here's to you, my guardian angel. Miss you much!

Wow, sadly impressive set-up here. But, good to remember our classmates who are gone and hope the families find some joy in knowing their family members touched so many of us.

Penny Tyler Class of 1976(I think) Charles Devine Class of 1975

Ron Wynn???? Robert Bowles??? Vicki Cooper??? OMG, I had no idea!!!!

You are absolute right about that stupid modular scheduling Warren!! What a freakin' nightmare that was! 🙁

Karen... I'm SO sorry to hear about Robert! I had no idea! I remember him being such a cutie... a quiet, shy, little blond-haired boy in church. My memory of him was when he was maybe 4 or 5 yrs old. He was such a little sweetie! 🙁

Jerry, thank you for doing this.

Do any of the yearbooks have pictures of Lyle Hartley. It's been so long since he passed, I can still picture him, but would love to see a picture. I haven't been able to find one.

I graduated in '72 and Lyle wrote something in my yearbook that I still remember to this day... 🙂

what happened to these people?

Jerry,Thanks so much for doing this, Linda would have been so excited about the reunion that you are planning, we miss her so much,but her legacy lives on, because she left three beautiful children. Aug 26, 1954-- April 27 2010

Jerry from 1971 yearbook Alfred Carter, Bobby Egbert, Mary Beth Heathman, William (Bill) Mitchell, James (Jimmy) Wilson, Steve Fox

NO WAY!!!!! Mary Beth, Bill & Steve??? I had no idea about those 3 either! Geez!!! 🙁

Not sure what year but Danny McMillan and Tish Knight

Speaking of Steve Fox, has anybody been in touch with his sister Lisa? Steve & I dated for a while and Lisa & I became really good friends then. How sad!!! 🙁

Jerry---Debbie Hutchinson (1974)

Robin Campbell Jones was one of the sweetest friend,cousin and family member i had known she was taken so fast along with her only daughter and two other family members a women ran a red light after aguing with her husband and took four lives that will be missed i love u robin R.I P u to Renea miss u

OK, Enough of this!!!!! I don't want to hear any more. Bless them all!!! It's hard to hear of this many friends gone, I can't believe this. How do we live our lives and not hear about our friends passing. Has this world gotten so fast paced that we don't/can't take the time to keep in touch, just a little. And I'll bet many of us still live in the Versailles area. I love this site but hate this info...

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Stewart McBrayer Calvert, Jr. (“Mack”), 59, passed away at his home in Versailles on December 31, 2017. Mack was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, teacher, coach, and friend.



Born to Mr. and Mrs. Stewart McBrayer Calvert in Owenton, Kentucky on December 25, 1958, Mack was the oldest of four children. Mack spent his childhood in Versailles, Kentucky and graduated from Woodford County High School in 1976, where he played on the tennis team and was an excellent student. Mack went on to graduate from the University of Kentucky as well as Kentucky State University, earning his Bachelor’s degree in Communication and Master’s degree in Education, respectively.



Mack worked as a 6th grade teacher for Woodford County Schools for 21 years, and coached basketball at Woodford County Middle School for several years. Mack was also the “Voice of Woodford County”, providing radio commentary and announcing for Woodford County sports games for 36 years.



Prior to his work in education, Mack also served for 15 years as a sports photographer and editor at The Woodford Sun newspaper. He was a DJ for WQXE in Elizabethtown for two years, and was a sports broadcaster and DJ at WJMM in Versailles for many years. He also provided sports broadcasting for Georgetown College on occasion.



Mack is survived by his wife of 36 years, Sheila; his four children, Katie Reisner (Tyler), Landon Calvert (Katie), Sommer Calvert, and Emmalee Calvert; his two grandchildren, Chelsea Reisner and Brady Calvert; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart McBrayer Calvert; his siblings, Tony Calvert (Debbie), Jeff Calvert (Jan), and Jenny Smith (Eddie); and numerous nieces, nephews, and friends.



Visitation will be held at New Hope Baptist Church in Versailles, where Mack was a member, on Thursday, January 4 from 5-9 pm. Funeral will be held on Friday, January 5, at 11 am at Blackburn & Ward Funeral Home in Versailles, with burial to follow at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Franklin County. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions are suggested to a Scholarship Fund that is being set-up in Coach Calvert’s name. Please check back for more information regarding the scholarship fund.
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Stewart McBrayer Calvert, Jr. (“Mack”), 59, passed away at his home in Versailles on December 31, 2017. Mack was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, teacher, coach, and friend. 

 

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Stewart McBrayer Calvert in Owenton, Kentucky on December 25, 1958, Mack was the oldest of four children. Mack spent his childhood in Versailles, Kentucky and graduated from Woodford County High School in 1976, where he played on the tennis team and was an excellent student. Mack went on to graduate from the University of Kentucky as well as Kentucky State University, earning his Bachelor’s degree in Communication and Master’s degree in Education, respectively.

 

Mack worked as a 6th grade teacher for Woodford County Schools for 21 years, and coached basketball at Woodford County Middle School for several years. Mack was also the “Voice of Woodford County”, providing radio commentary and announcing for Woodford County sports games for 36 years.  

 

Prior to his work in education, Mack also served for 15 years as a sports photographer and editor at The Woodford Sun newspaper. He was a DJ for WQXE in Elizabethtown for two years, and was a sports broadcaster and DJ at WJMM in Versailles for many years. He also provided sports broadcasting for Georgetown College on occasion.

 

Mack is survived by his wife of 36 years, Sheila; his four children, Katie Reisner (Tyler), Landon Calvert (Katie), Sommer Calvert, and Emmalee Calvert; his two grandchildren, Chelsea Reisner and Brady Calvert; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart McBrayer Calvert; his siblings, Tony Calvert (Debbie), Jeff Calvert (Jan), and Jenny Smith (Eddie); and numerous nieces, nephews, and friends.

 

Visitation will be held at New Hope Baptist Church in Versailles, where Mack was a member, on Thursday, January 4 from 5-9 pm. Funeral will be held on Friday, January 5, at 11 am at Blackburn & Ward Funeral Home in Versailles, with burial to follow at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Franklin County. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions are suggested to a Scholarship Fund that is being set-up in Coach Calvert’s name. Please check back for more information regarding the scholarship fund.

 

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When I was in high school and college, I used to love talking to Mack about football. I was always blown away about how much he cared. It wasn't just about the story with Mack, he always made you feel like a superstar. You felt like you made it because Mack wrote about you in the Woodford Sun. Definitely a legend. He will be missed.

I remember Mack from HS. Intramural sports and baseball with and against him at different levels. Always a great guy. Very kind and humble and very good at his craft. Big loss for his family and his home town. May he rest in peace.

So so sorry for your loss Mack was such a great guy and a fantastic Woodford County ambassador he will be sorely missed he and his entire family are in my thoughts and prayers God bless

Prayers lifted for the entire Calvert family. He will be missed by all of us.

Was Mack ill or was this unexpected? Way too soon. Another one gone from Class of'76.

Oh no! I hate to hear this! What a great guy. His dedication to Woodford County sports will definitely be remembered!

A fine young man. You are in our prayers.

Such a big loss for the kids and everyone who knew him. He will be missed.

I loved doing “Fans in the Stands” with him. He taught me a lot.

Prayers Lifted for The Calvert Family ~ May he Rest In Peace ~ 🙏🏻

Prayers 🙏🙏🙏

🙏 for all

Sending prayers for the family loss.

🙏💙

So sorry to hear this

No!!!

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Enough with memorials for now! Remembering the good old days! Rather than another memorial of one of our WCHS alum, my last post of the 1st day of the new year is a good memory from my days at WCHS. I loved the plays performed by the drama class and directed by Mr Renfro. This one page just happens to have my old friend Marvin Cox, whose memorial was posted earlier performing in "Annie Get Your Gun". If you have a memory you want to share, remember Picture Then has every page of available yearbooks dating back to 1930 if you want to take a trip down memory lane and share it with your WCHS classmates. ...

Enough with memorials for now! Remembering the good old days! Rather than another memorial of one of our WCHS alum, my last post of the 1st day of the new year is a good memory from my days at WCHS. I loved the plays performed by the drama class and directed by Mr Renfro. This one page just happens to have my old friend Marvin Cox, whose memorial was posted earlier performing in Annie Get Your Gun. If you have a memory you want to share, remember Picture Then has every page of available yearbooks dating back to 1930 if you want to take a trip down memory lane and share it with your WCHS classmates.

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We apologize for being behind on posting memorials of our WCHS alum who have passed away. We will try to get caught up over the next week. If you have WCHS friends or loved ones that have passed away and you can not find their memorial, please post below or message us. thanks Jerry ...

 

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Thank you for keeping us informed! You do an amazing job!

You do a wonderful job

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Our thoughts and prayers are with Rev. Larry Blackford Sr, and the Blackford family. ...

Our thoughts and prayers are with Rev. Larry Blackford Sr, and the Blackford family.

 

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Prayers lifted for the family, grateful this young man was Home to celebrate the birth of our Kord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

Thoughts and prayers being lifted for the family. It's all in God's hands. Love to you at this sad time

Thoughts and prayers for this sweet family.

Prayers for the family.

So sad, gone way too soon. Sorry for your loss Coach Blackford & family!

Prayers to all of your family.

so sorry to hear prayers

So sorry to hear this.

Heartfelt prayers!

Terrible. Very sorry to hear this.

Prayers

Prayers

Prayers 🙏🏻

RIP

Teresa Richards Tuck. Did you see this

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Susan Kaye Roe, 52, wife of J.R. Roe, passed away on Thursday, December 28, 2017. She was born in Versailles on June 29, 1965 to Richard and Linda Snapp Wiedo. She was employed as a Program Coordinator with Employee Safety and Health for the State of Kenutcky.
In addition to her husband, she is survived by her daughter, Laura Ueltschi, Frankfort; her sons, Daniel Ueltschi, Frankfort, and Andy Newman, Frankfort; her sister, Lisa Sams, Frankfort; her brother, David Wiedo, Frankfort; and her granddaughter, Ava Washington.
She was preceded in death by her grandchild, Jada Ueltschi.
Funeral service will be held at 1:00pm on Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at Clark Legacy Center, Versailles Rd. Pastor Carl Jones will officiate. Burial will follow at Rose Crest Cemetery. Serving as casketbearers will be Ray Jacobs, Robbie Jacobs, Paul Walker, Joshua Sams, Jack Roe, and Tracy Jarvis. Visitation will be held from 4:00pm until 7:00pm on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at Clark Legacy Center, Versailles Rd. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of the Bluegrass or American Brain Tumor Association.
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Susan Kaye Roe, 52, wife of J.R. Roe, passed away on Thursday, December 28, 2017. She was born in Versailles on June 29, 1965 to Richard and Linda Snapp Wiedo. She was employed as a Program Coordinator with Employee Safety and Health for the State of Kenutcky. 
In addition to her husband, she is survived by her daughter, Laura Ueltschi, Frankfort; her sons, Daniel Ueltschi, Frankfort, and Andy Newman, Frankfort; her sister, Lisa Sams, Frankfort; her brother, David Wiedo, Frankfort; and her granddaughter, Ava Washington. 
She was preceded in death by her grandchild, Jada Ueltschi. 
Funeral service will be held at 1:00pm on Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at Clark Legacy Center, Versailles Rd. Pastor Carl Jones will officiate. Burial will follow at Rose Crest Cemetery. Serving as casketbearers will be Ray Jacobs, Robbie Jacobs, Paul Walker, Joshua Sams, Jack Roe, and Tracy Jarvis. Visitation will be held from 4:00pm until 7:00pm on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at Clark Legacy Center, Versailles Rd. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of the Bluegrass or American Brain Tumor Association.

 

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What a sweet spirit. Rest on love.

RIP

Prayers for the family loss.

RIP

Prayers for Susan's family.

Prayers for the family

Prayers for JR & family!

Prayers for the family.

RIP sweet friend

Prayers to all the family.

RIP....

Continued prayers for this family! RIH Susan Kaye Roe!

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Beautiful lady. 💔

RIP

Prayers

Amy Lee Ueltschi

Carrie Craig Crissey

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Versailles- Marvin Wallace Cox, 60, passed away Saturday, December 30, 2017. He was a native of Versailles, born on March 12, 1957 to Lillie Tilghman Cox and the late Ben Walter Cox. Mr. Cox attended Eastern Kentucky University and Cumberland College. He was a member of Versailles Baptist Church, and was an actor, singer, and performer for most of his life.
In addition to his mother, he is survived by his Uncle Kenny (Linda) Tilghman, Versailles; his companion Julie Davis Allen, Lexington; and her daughter Jamie (Jacob) Green, Richmond; his grandson Wyatt Green, Richmond; as well as numerous cousins.

Visitation will be held 3:30pm until 6:30pm on Wednesday, January 3, 2017 at Versailles Baptist Church followed by a Celebration of Marvin’s life. Rev. Michael Cabell and Rev. Mike James will officiate. Clark Funeral Home, Rose Hill is handling arrangements. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Parkinson’s Foundation. Online condolences may be expressed at www.ClarkLegacyCenter.com
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Versailles- Marvin Wallace Cox, 60, passed away Saturday, December 30, 2017. He was a native of Versailles, born on March 12, 1957 to Lillie Tilghman Cox and the late Ben Walter Cox. Mr. Cox attended Eastern Kentucky University and Cumberland College. He was a member of Versailles Baptist Church, and was an actor, singer, and performer for most of his life. 
In addition to his mother, he is survived by his Uncle Kenny (Linda) Tilghman, Versailles; his companion Julie Davis Allen, Lexington; and her daughter Jamie (Jacob) Green, Richmond; his grandson Wyatt Green, Richmond; as well as numerous cousins. 

Visitation will be held 3:30pm until 6:30pm on Wednesday, January 3, 2017 at Versailles Baptist Church followed by a Celebration of Marvin’s life. Rev. Michael Cabell and Rev. Mike James will officiate. Clark Funeral Home, Rose Hill is handling arrangements. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Parkinson’s Foundation. Online condolences may be expressed at www.ClarkLegacyCenter.com

 

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So sorry to hear this. I'm had classes with Marvin in high school. He was truly a good person. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends and especially Julie, they had a great time making memories together. Remember all the good times. ..

Heartbroken for Julie and a Lillie. I lived next door to them when I was born and grew up with Marvin. Good people and so hard to loose them. Prayers for his sweet family.

Talked to Marvin at our 1977 Class reunion last year. Glad Janet and I got the chance to catch up on everything. Marvin was a great person! 🙏⭐️

Prayers and love to all the family. He was a great high school friend I remember so fondly.

So sorry to hear this, we graduated together. RIP and prayers to family and friends.

I believe this is the same Marvin who ran "Marvin's Comics" in Versailles in the early 90's. When I was a kid we would ride our bikes and go to his shop as often as we could when we had some money. If you asked him he would setup a folder for you for new issues of your favorite comic books. Then you could go and pay for them as they came out instead of all at once like a subscription and for popular ones it made sure you would get a copy if they sold out. I remember him as a really great person and have great memories of his shop. Very sorry to find out that he has passed away.

So sad to hear this. Our family grew up with Marvin and his family, they lived up the street from us. Such good people!! Marvin will be missed. Prayers to his sweet Mom, Lillie, and all those who loved him.

Just heard about his passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you Lillie and all the family.

So sorry to hear this. Thinking of all of you; especially Julie

😌😌😌😌😌😌. So sad to see this. Marvin was a great guy and good friend all thru high school.

So sorry to hear this, Marvin and i went to high school together. He was always. Great guy. Prayers to his family and Julie.

I saddened to hear about Marvin, he was a kind soul that you were proud to know. My heart goes out to Julie and his family.

Marvin and Ii grew up in the same neighborhood. He was always so kind. Praying for his family🙏🏼

So sorry to see this. He was a great guy. Enjoyed growing up with him and being in plays with him.

Very, very sorry to learn of this yesterday. I do remember Marvin as a very nice person.

So sorry to hear about Marvin. We grew up with Marvin on McDonald. Our thoughts and prayers are with Lilly and all of his family❤️🙏🏻

So sorry. Lifting Lillie up in prayer. God bless

Sorry for your loss Lilly

So sorry for your loss.

So sorry to hear about this. He was a terrific guy

Prayers So sorry for your loss 🙏🙏🙏🙏

Thoughts and prayers to all who knew Marvin. I met him & Janet several years ago at a Christmas gathering planned by Jerry Davis. 🙏🏻

Fond memories of times spent together! ❤️

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Our thoughts and prayers are with Pegi, Anissa and the entire family. May God help them find peace in this time of grieving. Mary Dan was loved by so many in the Woodford community. She will be missed.Mary Dan Karsner Raider
October 23, 1946 - November 24, 2017

Mary Dan Karsner Raider, 71, wife of Anthony Lloyd Raider, died Friday, November 24, 2017.

Born October 23, 1946 in Lexington, she was the daughter of the late Albert Bryant and Margaret Ellen Morris Karsner. She retired after 20 years as the office assistant for Gainsborough Farm (now Darley).

Survivors in addition to her husband of 41 years, include her daughter, Margaret Anissa Penn Davis, her son-in-law whom she loved as a son, Jeffrey H. Davis, of Versailles; her granddaughters, Rebekah Duke Davis (Clinton) Cahall of Durham, NC; Margaret Alexandra Davis of Covington, KY; three siblings, Nancy Ellen Karsner Florence of Lexington; Margaret Bryant Karsner (Pegi) Ivancevich of Spring, TX; and Albert Creath Karsner of Versailles. She had numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her first husband, John Buford Penn III and her son, Edgar Duke Penn II.

In addition to spending time with her family, Mary Dan loved researching genealogy. In order to honor her ancestors, she was a member of many lineage societies including the Daughters of the American Revolution, The Mayflower Society, Daughters of Colonial Wars, and First Families of Kentucky. She was an active long time member of the Pisgah Presbyterian Church.

Visitation will be 5:00 to 8:00 pm, Tuesday, November 28 at Blackburn & Ward Funeral Home. Graveside funeral service will be 11:00 am, Wednesday, November 29 at Pisgah Cemetery with Rev. Woody Berry officiating. A reception will follow at the church.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hindman Settlement School, the Pisgah Church Scholarship Fund, or a charity of one's choice
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Our thoughts and prayers are with Pegi, Anissa and the entire family. May God help them find peace in this time of grieving. Mary Dan was loved by so many in the Woodford community. She will be missed.

 

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Beautiful lady inside and out! Will miss seeing her

Such a lovely lady.

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Anna Elizabeth Franklin
November 16, 1945 - November 25, 2017

Anna Elizabeth Parrish Franklin “Kuz”, 72, wife of 52 years to Stephen L. Franklin, Sr., went to be with the Lord on Saturday, November 25, 2017 at Baptist Health Care in Lexington, Kentucky. Anna was born on November 16, 1945 in Versailles, KY, the daughter of the late Annabelle Lewis Washington and Joseph G. Parrish.

Anna was a 1964 graduate of Versailles High School. She was a loving wife and mother who worked as a teacher for Headstart and was the shop manager for her sister’s hair salon, Hazel’s Beauty Shop. Anna was a devoted member of First Baptist Church Versailles, she enjoyed going to Sunday School and teaching the Young Adult Mixed Class and the Adult Women’s Class. She was also a member of the choir and Treasurer for Steele Cemetery.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by a sister, Phyllis Alma Parrish. Anna is survived by her loving husband of 52 years, Stephen L. Franklin, Sr., of Versailles, three sons, Stephen L. Franklin, Jr. (Redona), Sean L. Franklin (LaShanda), Shane L. Franklin (Abby), all of Lexington, sister, Betty P. Mosley (Rev. H.L. Mosley), of Versailles, sister, Hazel P. Jones (Scott Jones, III), of Louisville, uncle, Joseph Lewis, of Cincinnati, two special cousins, ten grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, and a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends.

A Going Home Celebration will be held at 1:00 pm on Thursday, November 30, 2017 at First Baptist Church, Rev. Dr. Floyd Greene officiating. Interment will follow at Steele Cemetery. The family will receive visitors on Wednesday, November 29 from 6:00-9:00 pm and also on Thursday from 12:00-1:00 pm at First Baptist Church. The family requests that in lieu of flowers memorial donations be made to the Steele Cemetery Fund.
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Joseph Michael Jefferson
November 3, 1953 - November 11, 2017

Joseph Michael "Mike" Jefferson, 64, husband of Loretta Crigger Jefferson, died Saturday, November 11 at Baptist Healthcare in Lexington. Born November 3, 1953, he was a 1971 graduate of Woodford County High School, attended the Lexington Vocational and Technical College, and retired after 43 years at the Osram Sylvania Lamp Plant. Mike was a member of the Grace Fellowship Church in Midway. He was preceded in death by his parents, Karl B. Sr. and Nancy Jane Toy Jefferson.

Mike enjoyed softball, golf, fishing, and playing cards with his friends and family.

Survivors, in addition to his wife, include a son, Bryan (Stephanie) Jefferson of Versailles, his daughter, Jessica Jefferson of Frankfort, a sister, Sharon Hardin of Versailles, two brothers, Karl B. (Gale) Jefferson Jr. of Somerset, David Jefferson of Versailles, and a granddaughter, Ashley Jefferson.

Visitation is 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Tuesday, November 14 at Blackburn & Ward Funeral Home. Funeral services are 11:00 am, Wednesday, November 15 with Rev. Teresa Howerton officiating. Burial to follow services at Rose Crest Cemetery.

Pallbearers are Mike Foley, Ronnie Goodlette, Emmanuel Perry, Larry Hatton, Mark Rice, and Ethan Gillespie. Honorary pallbearers are Joe Routt, T. R. Routt, Johnny Stivers, and Bobby “Shorty” Coulbert.

Memorials are suggested to Grace Fellowship of Midway, P. O. Box 4106, Midway, KY 40347.
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Joseph Michael Jefferson
November 3, 1953 - November 11, 2017

Joseph Michael "Mike" Jefferson, 64, husband of Loretta Crigger Jefferson, died Saturday, November 11 at Baptist Healthcare in Lexington. Born November 3, 1953, he was a 1971 graduate of Woodford County High School, attended the Lexington Vocational and Technical College, and retired after 43 years at the Osram Sylvania Lamp Plant. Mike was a member of the Grace Fellowship Church in Midway. He was preceded in death by his parents, Karl B. Sr. and Nancy Jane Toy Jefferson.

Mike enjoyed softball, golf, fishing, and playing cards with his friends and family.

Survivors, in addition to his wife, include a son, Bryan (Stephanie) Jefferson of Versailles, his daughter, Jessica Jefferson of Frankfort, a sister, Sharon Hardin of Versailles, two brothers, Karl B. (Gale) Jefferson Jr. of Somerset, David Jefferson of Versailles, and a granddaughter, Ashley Jefferson.

Visitation is 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Tuesday, November 14 at Blackburn & Ward Funeral Home. Funeral services are 11:00 am, Wednesday, November 15 with Rev. Teresa Howerton officiating. Burial to follow services at Rose Crest Cemetery.

Pallbearers are Mike Foley, Ronnie Goodlette, Emmanuel Perry, Larry Hatton, Mark Rice, and Ethan Gillespie. Honorary pallbearers are Joe Routt, T. R. Routt, Johnny Stivers, and Bobby “Shorty” Coulbert.

Memorials are suggested to Grace Fellowship of Midway, P. O. Box 4106, Midway, KY 40347.
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Joseph Michael Jefferson
November 3, 1953  -  November 11, 2017

Joseph Michael Mike Jefferson, 64, husband of Loretta Crigger Jefferson, died Saturday, November 11 at Baptist Healthcare in Lexington.  Born November 3, 1953, he was a 1971 graduate of Woodford County High School, attended the Lexington Vocational and Technical College, and retired after 43 years at the Osram Sylvania Lamp Plant.  Mike was a member of the Grace Fellowship Church in Midway.  He was preceded in death by his parents, Karl B. Sr. and Nancy Jane Toy Jefferson. 

Mike enjoyed softball, golf, fishing, and playing cards with his friends and family. 

Survivors, in addition to his wife, include a son, Bryan (Stephanie) Jefferson of Versailles, his daughter, Jessica Jefferson of Frankfort, a sister, Sharon Hardin of Versailles, two brothers, Karl B. (Gale) Jefferson Jr. of Somerset, David Jefferson of Versailles, and a granddaughter, Ashley Jefferson.  

Visitation is 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Tuesday, November 14 at Blackburn & Ward Funeral Home.  Funeral services are 11:00 am, Wednesday, November 15 with Rev. Teresa Howerton officiating.  Burial to follow services at Rose Crest Cemetery.  

Pallbearers are Mike Foley, Ronnie Goodlette, Emmanuel Perry, Larry Hatton, Mark Rice, and Ethan Gillespie.  Honorary pallbearers are Joe Routt, T. R. Routt, Johnny Stivers, and Bobby “Shorty” Coulbert.  

Memorials are suggested to Grace Fellowship of Midway, P. O. Box 4106, Midway, KY 40347.

3 months ago

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This photo album is in remembrance of deceased VHS & WCHS classmates for the decade of the 60's. They may be gone but not forgotten. Please post your comments in respect of our friends. Continue your trip down memory lane while letting their families know...we have not forgotten. ...

This photo album is in remembrance of deceased VHS & WCHS classmates for the decade of the 60s. They may be gone but not forgotten. Please post your comments in respect of our friends. Continue your trip down memory lane while letting their families know...we have not forgotten.Image attachment

 

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Hi Jerry - wow this memorial is amazing! And, I was looking through some new photos you have posted and I noticed a particular comment someone made about photo number 152 from the years 60 to 79. Fran P. Redmon commented that she thinks the deceased classmate pictured is misidentified. I think she's identified as Aletta and Fran thought it was someone else. I thought you'd like to know as you are so good about keeping an accurate record!

Fran is correct-picture of Aletta is Ann Crain it appears to be taken from juniorclass officers page of VHS 60, Don Lane is president, Aletta VP and Ann Secretary-Aletta is between Don and Ann (on my screen photo 25 of 84) a senior pic of Aletta is in VHS 61 on the senior class officers page, she is directly under Don Lane (photo 13 of 96 on my screen)

Kim and Rick, yes Fran was correct. The change is being made now. Our apologies to Ann and her family for posting the wrong photo and to Aletta's family. May Aletta rest in peace. Kim & Rick, thank you both for your research and bringing this error to our attention. Jerry

Aletta's correct photo has been updated.

Goodness - Aletta was such a pretty girl (with a lovely name!) - my sympathies to the family for their loss.

My sister Faye was friends with both Alletta and Ann. Ann's mom Frances was my third grade teacher. Amazing I remember this as I was just about 5 years old when Faye was in High School.

I miss you very much, Brother!!

Tommy... what can I say except that I loved you with all my heart and miss you soooo much! You were so much more than just my favorite cousin... you were also my friend. You would be so proud of your little brother. He has definitely picked up where you left off in being my hero, my rock and my greatest supporter. I know you're looking down on me at this very moment saying "You're a SHIPP!! Now get out there and kick some azz!!" 🙂

I grew up across the street from H. C. and Irene Shipp. My brother Paul F. Smith went to visit Tommy during his illness. They both had cancer. Take care up there Versailles boys!

Sharon Courtney class of 72 died 1983

Jerry-Senior picture of Sharon Courtney is on page 123 of WCHS ' 72 (actual page)-she was a classmate of mine. Rick Kimball WCHS '72.

Brett, thank you we have added Sharon to the list. Rick thank you for helping us pinpoint Sharon's photo. Very much appreciated.

Thank you very much Jerry .....

You are welcome Gloria.

some one let me know more about david mink .

Billy Mac, we are trying to verify.

Billy Mac, check you in-box... we may have some good news that David is still alive.

Vicky and Steve grew up in the same community as me. Vicky's car accident took her life at such a young age, leaving 2 small children. It devasted the whole community. Don't remember what happened to Steve. So sad.

Hey Judy, Iam Vicky's daughter,uncle Mike(Steve) passed away from a heart attack. Both are missed greatly.

I had no idea some of these classmates had passed. It's unreal that so many of these guys are really gone.

Hi Jerry, Charles Sturgeon Jr. in the class of '63 died last year.

Jennifer, thank you. I found Charles senior picture as well as his obit. I will add them to the tribute this evening.

We just added brothers Paul Resinger'69 and Jim Resinger '63. Paul's obit indicated that he was preceded in death by another brother John Resinger. Does anyone know if John also when to VHS or WCHS?

What a thoughtful effort to let us know when people known to us decades ago have passed. Thank you. Barbara Rhodus Brown WCHS Class of '65

RIP

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This photo album is in remembrance of deceased WCHS classmates for the 20 years from 1980 - 1999. They may be gone but not forgotten. Please post your comments in respect of our friends. Continue your trip down memory lane while letting their families know...we have not forgotten. ...

This photo album is in remembrance of deceased WCHS classmates for the 20 years from 1980 - 1999. They may be gone but not forgotten. Please post your comments in respect of our friends. Continue your trip down memory lane while letting their families know...we have not forgotten.Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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Ronnie Wynn Class of 72!!!! Ronnie is pictured last in the 1972 Senior pictures.(page 7 on here in the 72 book album) One of my best friends from 7th grade thru high school. Ronnie was active in FFA and farmed in the Midway area. I'm not sure of the date of his death but I know it's been a few years ago. He passed from heart trouble/attack. RIP MY Friend.

Ronnie was in the first grade with me at Midway and suddenly passed away in the early-mid 1990s. He was always a nice guy.

Class of 1970 Patricia Ann Roark--pg 130 of the 1970 yearbook photo album.

I had no idea Ronnie Wynn passed away, we had Mrs. Smart for homeroom in the library and most days we played chess together before the school day. Thanks for the info Warren.

Vickie Cooper Class of 1973 Robert Allen Bowles Jr. Class of 1975 Lyle Hartley Class of 1971(?) Dorothy Nicholas Class of 1970 so sad that these lives were so short..my prayers are with there famlies!! don't know how to put their pics on here...

Sorry to be the one to tell you. Ronnie and I played chess also. We played a lot of games in school from cards to matching coins. Study hall was the time for chess, paper football, and coin hockey. Good times but not the best education. Modular scheduling was nuts.( Woodford County was the first) I had days with 4 1/2 hour study halls til I became an assistant in shop class.

I just added another photo of Joe - along with one of my remembrances. Joe was part of my "gang" of friends during my senior year of high school. No offense to my class, but I always felt much more accepted by my brother's class and the other classes ahead of me and then the classes of '77 and '78 when I was a senior.

Joe was so quiet, but a great friend. Here's to you, my guardian angel. Miss you much!

Wow, sadly impressive set-up here. But, good to remember our classmates who are gone and hope the families find some joy in knowing their family members touched so many of us.

Penny Tyler Class of 1976(I think) Charles Devine Class of 1975

Ron Wynn???? Robert Bowles??? Vicki Cooper??? OMG, I had no idea!!!!

You are absolute right about that stupid modular scheduling Warren!! What a freakin' nightmare that was! 🙁

Karen... I'm SO sorry to hear about Robert! I had no idea! I remember him being such a cutie... a quiet, shy, little blond-haired boy in church. My memory of him was when he was maybe 4 or 5 yrs old. He was such a little sweetie! 🙁

Jerry, thank you for doing this.

Do any of the yearbooks have pictures of Lyle Hartley. It's been so long since he passed, I can still picture him, but would love to see a picture. I haven't been able to find one.

I graduated in '72 and Lyle wrote something in my yearbook that I still remember to this day... 🙂

what happened to these people?

Jerry,Thanks so much for doing this, Linda would have been so excited about the reunion that you are planning, we miss her so much,but her legacy lives on, because she left three beautiful children. Aug 26, 1954-- April 27 2010

Jerry from 1971 yearbook Alfred Carter, Bobby Egbert, Mary Beth Heathman, William (Bill) Mitchell, James (Jimmy) Wilson, Steve Fox

NO WAY!!!!! Mary Beth, Bill & Steve??? I had no idea about those 3 either! Geez!!! 🙁

Not sure what year but Danny McMillan and Tish Knight

Speaking of Steve Fox, has anybody been in touch with his sister Lisa? Steve & I dated for a while and Lisa & I became really good friends then. How sad!!! 🙁

Jerry---Debbie Hutchinson (1974)

Robin Campbell Jones was one of the sweetest friend,cousin and family member i had known she was taken so fast along with her only daughter and two other family members a women ran a red light after aguing with her husband and took four lives that will be missed i love u robin R.I P u to Renea miss u

OK, Enough of this!!!!! I don't want to hear any more. Bless them all!!! It's hard to hear of this many friends gone, I can't believe this. How do we live our lives and not hear about our friends passing. Has this world gotten so fast paced that we don't/can't take the time to keep in touch, just a little. And I'll bet many of us still live in the Versailles area. I love this site but hate this info...

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6 months ago

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This photo album is in remembrance of deceased WCHS classmates for the decade of the 70's. They may be gone but not forgotten. Please post your comments in respect of our friends. Continue your trip down memory lane while letting their families know...we have not forgotten. ...

This photo album is in remembrance of deceased WCHS classmates for the decade of the 70s. They may be gone but not forgotten. Please post your comments in respect of our friends. Continue your trip down memory lane while letting their families know...we have not forgotten.Image attachment

 

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Praying for the family sorry for the family loss

So many, so very many.

Sending prayers for the family

Baby brother at the top

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6 months ago

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This photo album is in remembrance of deceased WCHS classmates for the 20 years from 1980 - 1999. They may be gone but not forgotten. Please post your comments in respect of our friends. Continue your trip down memory lane while letting their families know...we have not forgotten. ...

This photo album is in remembrance of deceased WCHS classmates for the 20 years from 1980 - 1999. They may be gone but not forgotten. Please post your comments in respect of our friends. Continue your trip down memory lane while letting their families know...we have not forgotten.Image attachment

 

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Ronnie Wynn Class of 72!!!! Ronnie is pictured last in the 1972 Senior pictures.(page 7 on here in the 72 book album) One of my best friends from 7th grade thru high school. Ronnie was active in FFA and farmed in the Midway area. I'm not sure of the date of his death but I know it's been a few years ago. He passed from heart trouble/attack. RIP MY Friend.

Ronnie was in the first grade with me at Midway and suddenly passed away in the early-mid 1990s. He was always a nice guy.

Class of 1970 Patricia Ann Roark--pg 130 of the 1970 yearbook photo album.

I had no idea Ronnie Wynn passed away, we had Mrs. Smart for homeroom in the library and most days we played chess together before the school day. Thanks for the info Warren.

Vickie Cooper Class of 1973 Robert Allen Bowles Jr. Class of 1975 Lyle Hartley Class of 1971(?) Dorothy Nicholas Class of 1970 so sad that these lives were so short..my prayers are with there famlies!! don't know how to put their pics on here...

Sorry to be the one to tell you. Ronnie and I played chess also. We played a lot of games in school from cards to matching coins. Study hall was the time for chess, paper football, and coin hockey. Good times but not the best education. Modular scheduling was nuts.( Woodford County was the first) I had days with 4 1/2 hour study halls til I became an assistant in shop class.

I just added another photo of Joe - along with one of my remembrances. Joe was part of my "gang" of friends during my senior year of high school. No offense to my class, but I always felt much more accepted by my brother's class and the other classes ahead of me and then the classes of '77 and '78 when I was a senior.

Joe was so quiet, but a great friend. Here's to you, my guardian angel. Miss you much!

Wow, sadly impressive set-up here. But, good to remember our classmates who are gone and hope the families find some joy in knowing their family members touched so many of us.

Penny Tyler Class of 1976(I think) Charles Devine Class of 1975

Ron Wynn???? Robert Bowles??? Vicki Cooper??? OMG, I had no idea!!!!

You are absolute right about that stupid modular scheduling Warren!! What a freakin' nightmare that was! 🙁

Karen... I'm SO sorry to hear about Robert! I had no idea! I remember him being such a cutie... a quiet, shy, little blond-haired boy in church. My memory of him was when he was maybe 4 or 5 yrs old. He was such a little sweetie! 🙁

Jerry, thank you for doing this.

Do any of the yearbooks have pictures of Lyle Hartley. It's been so long since he passed, I can still picture him, but would love to see a picture. I haven't been able to find one.

I graduated in '72 and Lyle wrote something in my yearbook that I still remember to this day... 🙂

what happened to these people?

Jerry,Thanks so much for doing this, Linda would have been so excited about the reunion that you are planning, we miss her so much,but her legacy lives on, because she left three beautiful children. Aug 26, 1954-- April 27 2010

Jerry from 1971 yearbook Alfred Carter, Bobby Egbert, Mary Beth Heathman, William (Bill) Mitchell, James (Jimmy) Wilson, Steve Fox

NO WAY!!!!! Mary Beth, Bill & Steve??? I had no idea about those 3 either! Geez!!! 🙁

Not sure what year but Danny McMillan and Tish Knight

Speaking of Steve Fox, has anybody been in touch with his sister Lisa? Steve & I dated for a while and Lisa & I became really good friends then. How sad!!! 🙁

Jerry---Debbie Hutchinson (1974)

Robin Campbell Jones was one of the sweetest friend,cousin and family member i had known she was taken so fast along with her only daughter and two other family members a women ran a red light after aguing with her husband and took four lives that will be missed i love u robin R.I P u to Renea miss u

OK, Enough of this!!!!! I don't want to hear any more. Bless them all!!! It's hard to hear of this many friends gone, I can't believe this. How do we live our lives and not hear about our friends passing. Has this world gotten so fast paced that we don't/can't take the time to keep in touch, just a little. And I'll bet many of us still live in the Versailles area. I love this site but hate this info...

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Woodford County Public Schools Hall of Fame banquet and induction ceremony. $25 - August 26 @ 6:30 PMGet your tickets for the banquet! The Woodford County Public Schools Hall of Fame induction ceremony is Aug. 26, 6:30, at WCMS. Reservations are required, so send $25 per person to Bob Gibson, Woodford Co. Schools, 330 Pisgah Pike, Versailles KY 40383 before Aug. 18. ...

Woodford County Public Schools Hall of Fame banquet and induction ceremony. $25 - August 26 @ 6:30 PM

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Lance Belmont Kincaid

February 19, 1976 - June 10, 2017

VERSAILLES- Lance Belmont Kincaid, 41, husband of Judy Kincaid, passed away Saturday, June 10, 2017. He was born in Woodford County, Kentucky to Denise and Doug Kincaid of Versailles on February 19, 1976. Lance was a carpenter for Shadwell Farms and a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Frankfort. In addition to his wife and parents, he is survived by his children, Lance Belmont Kincaid, II, and Amanda Lawrence, both of Lawrenceburg; his granddaughter, Paisley Raye Ballinger; and his paternal grandmother, Ruby Everman, Versailles.

Funeral Information

Funeral Service will be 11am Thursday, June 15, 2017 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints with Bishop Jens Fugal officiating. Burial will follow in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Serving as casketbearers will be Daniel Stevens, David Villanueve, Brandon Raisor, Jarrod Wagner, Billy Jackson and Lance Belmont Kincaid, II. Honorary casketbearers will be Beanie Cummins, Greg Means, Kevin Whitaker and Troy Whitaker. Visitation will be Wednesday, June 14, 2017 from 5-8pm at Clark Funeral Home, Rose Hill. An additional visitation will be Thursday at the church from 9:30-10:30am.

Donations Information

Memorial contributions may be made to the Lance Belmont Kincaid, II Educational Trust in care of Community Trust Bank.
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Lance Belmont Kincaid

February 19, 1976 - June 10, 2017

VERSAILLES- Lance Belmont Kincaid, 41, husband of Judy Kincaid, passed away Saturday, June 10, 2017. He was born in Woodford County, Kentucky to Denise and Doug Kincaid of Versailles on February 19, 1976. Lance was a carpenter for Shadwell Farms and a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Frankfort. In addition to his wife and parents, he is survived by his children, Lance Belmont Kincaid, II, and Amanda Lawrence, both of Lawrenceburg; his granddaughter, Paisley Raye Ballinger; and his paternal grandmother, Ruby Everman, Versailles.

Funeral Information

Funeral Service will be 11am Thursday, June 15, 2017 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints with Bishop Jens Fugal officiating. Burial will follow in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Serving as casketbearers will be Daniel Stevens, David Villanueve, Brandon Raisor, Jarrod Wagner, Billy Jackson and Lance Belmont Kincaid, II. Honorary casketbearers will be Beanie Cummins, Greg Means, Kevin Whitaker and Troy Whitaker. Visitation will be Wednesday, June 14, 2017 from 5-8pm at Clark Funeral Home, Rose Hill. An additional visitation will be Thursday at the church from 9:30-10:30am. 

Donations Information

Memorial contributions may be made to the Lance Belmont Kincaid, II Educational Trust in care of Community Trust Bank.

 

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So sorry for lost sending prayers

My baby

He was so handsome! You and Doug are still in my prayers!!

So kind

Prayers

Sending prayers for the family loss

So sorry, sending prayers to his family and friends

So sorry sending prayers for the family

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Our thoughts and prayers are with Gene Washington, Marti E. Briscoe and the family. Rest in peace Jo Anna. Obit to follow when available. ...

 

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So sorry to hear about Joanna. Prayers for the family.

Prayers for her family and friends

Prayers

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  1. Carol Farley

    Great job on the site. I taught at WCHS from 1985-1995 technology and math. I am impressed with the vast amount of info you have! (Started at WCMS and ended in central office technology director)

    • Jerry Davis

      thank you, Carol, it has been a labor of love. are you going to make it to the reunion?

  2. george l thonpson

    I attended WCHS from 1979-82.i was unable to buy my school pictures. I would still like to be in the club. Thanks. George l. Thompson

    • Jerry Davis

      hi George, are you planning on attending the reunion? You’re more than welcome. are you requesting a Facebook profile badge?

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