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OBITUARIES

Anna Frances Cason, 83, of Berry, KY, passed away on Wednesday, September 16, 2020, at her home. Born on August 23, 1937 in Harrison County, KY , she was a daughter of the late Charles Marion and Martha Pauline Thompson Humphries.

 

She was a lifelong member of the Berry Christian Church, where she shared her gifts and talents as a musician, playing the organ for 67 years. She was also a Sunday School and Vacation Bible School teacher and gladly volunteered for all church activities. Anna had a gracious and loving way of making everyone feel welcome.

 

Whether she was with her family, her friends and church family, or helping at Woodhead Funeral Home, she had a great gift of compassionately reaching out to help others. Anna was a beautician, and when her patrons were not able to come to her shop, she went to them, wherever they were.


On October 4, 1956, she married Coolidge Cason, and her dear husband of 52 years preceded her in death on September 1, 2008. They were part of many Berry community events over the years: revivals, festivals and all kinds of celebrations. Whether it was setting up, cleaning up, working a shift, giving someone a ride, sharing a hymn, delivering a home-baked meal or treat, they always sought out ways to support and encourage others.


She is survived by two sons: Tony (Martha) Cason of Kissimmee, FL and Mark Cason (Sheila Adams) of Berry, KY; a daughter, Jana (Scott) Bottoms of Danville, KY; 8 grandchildren: Nicole Cason Ferguson, Andrew Cason, Jacqueline Culp, Chelsea Cason Burk, Chad and Clay Young, & Kyle and Blake Bottoms; 4 great grandchildren: Denver Alan Burk, Lily Layne Ann Cason, John William Ferguson VI, and Ellise Sue Bottoms; one brother, Tim Humphries of Versailles, KY; two sisters: Janet Roark of Lexington, KY and Peggy Williams of Nicholasville, KY;
Two special sisters-in-law, Mary Ruth Humphries and Joan Humphries and a host of extended family and friends.
In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by two brothers: David and Lowell Humphries.


Funeral services will be held at 1 pm on Saturday, September 19, 2020, at the Berry Christian Church, with Bro. Wally Rendel and Bro. Keith Miller officiating. The visitation will be from 11-1 pm on Saturday preceding her service at the church. Interment will take place in the Pythian Grove Cemetery, Berry. Woodhead Funeral Home, Berry, is taking care of the family.


Memorials are suggested to the Berry Christian Church: 320 S. Main Street, Berry, KY 41003.

Paul Conner Kinney, 93, died September 15, 2020 at UK Chandler Hospital due to complications from a fall. He was born in Harrison County on July 27, 1927 to the late Emmett Conner and Lenora Cain Kinney. He was the oldest of ten children. At his death, he was a resident of Lexington, Kentucky, and a member of Broadway Christian Church.


In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sisters Eula Frances Smiley and Bessie Mildred Kinney and a brother Robert Leason Kinney.


He is survived by his wife of sixty-nine years, Evelyn McCauley Kinney; their children, Stephen Harmon (Linda) Kinney, Brian Paul (Martha Pat) Kinney and Ella Ruth (Michael) Burnett; seven grandchildren, Michael Paul (Ashlee) Kinney, Audrey Hope Kinney, Claire Louise (Clay) Johnson, Haley Frances (Luke) Moody, Ross William Kinney, William Conner Burnett and Julianne “Jude” Harmon Burnett; and three great-grandchildren, Cooper Paul Kinney, Collins Faith Kinney, and Elliot Jean Johnson.


In addition, he is survived by his siblings, Vena Mae Wells, William Thomas Kinney, Rosanna Hill, Lelia Marjorie (Don) Gillum, Emmett Dale (Diane) Kinney, and Melva Jean (Al) Pilant, whom he and Evelyn raised from birth as their own child.


Paul was a graduate of Oddville High School and served in the Navy at the end of World War II. He was a barber and ran a general store with Evelyn in Cynthiana prior to joining the post office in 1952. He eventually became a railroad mail carrier until the mail cars were removed in the late 1960’s. He then transferred to the Lexington post office where he retired. Paul’s passion was umpiring baseball. He had a brief stint as a minor league umpire followed by umpiring for youth, high school and college baseball, until he was physically unable to continue. He was also a Kentucky Colonel.


A funeral service will be conducted on Saturday, September 19th at 1:00 PM at Ware Funeral Home, with visitation beginning at 11:00 AM. Burial will be at Battle Grove Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Kentontown Cemetery Fund, 368 Vanhook Road, Mt. Olivet, KY 41064. View and sign the guest book www.warefuneralhome.com

Mark Edward Fogle, age 56, passed away Monday, September 14, 2020 at his residence. He was born in Harrison County on May 7, 1964 to Charlette Henry Cummins and the late Jerry Kelly Fogle. Besides his father he is preceded in death by one brother, Jerry Clayton Fogle; and one sister, Nancy Fogle Mangione.
He is survived by his wife, Carol Asher; one son, Mark Edward Fogle Jr.; one daughter, Audam Fogle; one stepson, Bradford Asher; two brothers, Steve (Jeannie) Fogle, Kevin Scott Fogle, two sisters Beth Cummins, Bobbie Kelly Fogle; two grandchildren, Lilly Brandenburg, and Lyland Brandenburg.
Private services will be held at the convenience of the family. View and sign the guest book www.warefuneralhome.com

James Lloyd Williams, age 68 passed away Monday, August 31, 2020 at Jewish Hospital in Louisville. He was born in Bowling Green on October 13, 1951 to the late Bill and Audrey Thompson Williams. Besides his parents he is preceded in death by his brother, Kelly Williams.


He is survived by his wife of thirty-five years, Ella Williams; three sons, Andrew (Stephany) Williams, Preston (Bridgette) Williams, Mitchell Williams; three daughters, Jimella (Tyler) Glore, Tina (Josh) Butt, Chrissy (William) Lewis; two sisters, Susie Epley, Barbara (Robert) Young; and ten grandchildren.


A private service will be held at a later date.

 

View and sign the guest book www.warefuneralhome.com

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