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f TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD AND BEAVER DAM, APRIL 22, 2004, PAGE 2-A Osco Hillard Casey Osco Hillard Casey, 73, of Beaver Dam, died Tues- day, April 13, 2004, at his _ ii ii home. .............. H e w a s owner of Casey's Antique Store in Beaver Dam, a member of Calvary Apos- tolic Temple and an Army veteran of the Korean War. Survivors include his wife, Maloria Casey; and two stepdaughters, Doris Clark and Anna Sue Jack- SOIl. Services were Friday at Calvary Apostolic Temple in Beaver Dam with burial in Sunnyside Cem- etery in Beaver Dam. William L. Danks Funeral Home was in charge of ar- rangements. Mindy Sue Landrum Mindy Sue Landrum, 23, of Greenville, died Wednesday, April 14, 2004. The Ohio County native was a Iab receptionist at the Medical Center in Powderly. Survivors include her husband, Derek Landrum; a son, Austin Lee Landrum at home; her parents, Carol and Bill Brown of Rockport; a sister, Kimberly Farris of Hartford; and her grand- parents, Ed and Kat Spurlock of Rockport. Services were Saturday at Tucker Funeral Home in Central City with burial in Echols Cemetery in Echols. Lenora E. Daugherty Lenora E. Daughert , 75, died Saturday, April 1 7 2004, at h e r home. She spent her life as a wife to J.B. who pre- ceded her in death on No- vember 7, 2001, and was the mother of 10 children. She was a member of Centertown Holiness Church. Survivors include three sons, Jay and Timothy Daugherty, both of Centertown, and David Daugherty of McKenzie, Tennessee; seven daugh- ters, Linda Francis, Shirley Smith; Tammy Hawkins and Kimberly Henderson, all of Centertown, Barbara Phelps of Beaver Dam, Debbie Thompson of Rockport and Myra Minton of Hartford; 31 grandchildren; a brother, Freeman Daugherty of Hartford; and two sisters, Virginia Brooks of Taylorsville, Illinois and Beth Parrish of Sebring, Florida. Services were Tuesday at Duke-Bevil Bros. Fu- neral Home in Centertown with burial in Centertown Cemetery. Rita R. Howard Rita Ann Howard, 61, of Owensboro, died Satur- day, April 17, 2004, at her home. She was preceded in death by her husband, Dennis Howard, on De- cember 8, 1984. Survivors include a son, Rob Howard of Kansas City, Missouri; four daughters, Sandi Owen of Bloomington, Indiana, Karen Howard of Lewisport, Lisa Powers of Hawesville and Janet Cravens of Owensboro; 11 grandchildren; two broth- ers, Charles Russelburg and Gerald Russelburg of Owensboro; and two sis- his brothers and sisters, ters, Kathleen Thompson Loraine Pet : of DuQuoin, of Whitesville and Dor- Illinois, Vera Ray of othy Mattingly of East Peoria, Illihois and Yelvington. Services were Monday at Cecil Funeral Home in Whitesville with burial in St. Mary's Cemetery. Cecil Funeral Home in Whitesville was in charge of arrangements. Billy T. Traywick Billy T. Traywick, 68, of Owensboro, died Thurs- day, April 15, 2004, at his home. The McKenzie, Tennes- see native was a retired Army master sergeant, worked for Colonial Bak- ery for several years and was a self-employed elec- trician. He was a mem- ber of the Masonic lodge. He was preceded in death by a sister, Barbara Glenn Traywick. Survivors include his wife of 46 years, Martha "Marty" Traywick of Owensboro; two daugh- ters, Misty Keller of Utica and Terri Lynne Traywick of Owensboro; two grand- children; and four great- grandchildren. Services were Satur- day, April 17, at Glenn Funeral Home with pri- vate burial with military honors. William W. Winstead Jr. William W. Winstead Jr., 33, of Beaver Dam, died Monday, April 19, 2004, at his residence after a lengthy illness. The Muhlenberg County native was a shift supervi- sor at Owensboro Treat- ment Center, Department of Juvenile Justice. He was preeeded-irr death by his mother, Anna Katherine Decker Winstead Brumley. Survivors include his wife, Jackie Winstead; a son, Mason Decker Winstead of Beaver Dam; a daughter, Mariah Katheryn Winstead of Bea- ver Dam; his father, Will- iam W. Winstead Sr. of Is- land; two stepbrothers, Greg Kirby and Brad Kirby, both of Owensboro; a sister, Cindy Wallace of Rockport; a stepsister, Lisa Wilder of Booneville, Indiana; his stepfather, Charles Brumley of Beaver Dam; an uncle, Dale Decker of Bea- ver Dam; an aunt, LaDonna Abney of Beaver Dam; and several nephews, nieces, cousins, friends and relatives. Services are at 2 p.m, Thursday at William L. Danks Funeral Home. Burial will be in Mason Cemetery in Rockport. Visitation will be Wednes- day from 3 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home. Paul David Park Paul David Park, 75, of Utica, formerly of Christo- pher, Illinois, died Monday, April 19, 2004, at Lourdes Hospital in ! Paducah. The Chris- topher native was a retired park ranger and an eight- year Navy veteran of World War H and the Korean War. He was preceded in death by his wife, Katheryn Watson; a brother and a sis- ter. Survivors include a daughter, Nancy Price of West Frankfort, Illinois; his stepchildren, William and Pat Russell and Bruce and Darlene Russell, all of Owensboro, Scott and Robin Moore and James and Kim Moore, all of Johnston City, Illinois, Mike Moore ?f Trenton, Illinois, Judi and David Bartlett and Gayl Miller, all of Lakeland, Florida and Fonda Ti Le of Lo "umiana; 22 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and Harold Park, Josephine Kupczak and Leodis Park, all of Christopher. Services are at 1 p.m. Thursday at Gilbert Funeral Home in Christopher with interment in Harrison Cem- etery in Buckner, Illinoios. The body will lie in state Thursday after 10 a.m. until time of service at the fimeral home. Richard Smith Havener Richard Smith Havener, 61, of Owensboro, died Monday, April 19, 2004, at Owensboro Medical Health System. The Daviess County na- tive retired as a seismo- graph permit agent after 30 years as a seismologist. He attended Freewill Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife of 39 years, Virginia "Jenny" Havener; a son, Warren Havener of Owensboro; three grand- children; two brothers, Bobby Havener and J.W. Havener, both of Owensboro; and two sis- ters, Dorothy Logsdon of St. Louis and Mildred Kaysinger of Hartford. Services are at 1 p.m. Friday at Haley-McGinnis & Owensboro Funeral Home chapel. Visitation is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Charles Norwood Montgomery Charles Norwood Mont- gomery, of Centertown, died Monday, April 19, r Hos- He was born in Ohio County to Nathan C. and Julia Bell Stroube Mont- gomery. He was a musi- cian and farmer. Survivors include two brothers, James Y. and Van Montgomery, both of Centertown; and a sister, Marjorie Condit of Centertown. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Duke-Bevil Bros. Funeral Home in Centertown. Burial will follow in Walton Creek Cemetery near Centertown. Music at the funeral service will be by Tommy Fulkerson, Michael Fulkerson, Mark Hargus, John Bickwermert and Patti Sharp. Pallbearers will be Elvis Doolin, David Everly, Terry Smiley, Tommy Fulkerson, Michael Fulkerson and Mark Hargus. Honorary pallbearers will be Lewis Edge, Jordan Evans, Gary Jackson, Charles Ray Barrett, Keith Whitten, Norman Payton, Goebel Patterson, Steve Shrull and Jude Edge. Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday from 4 to 8 p.m. and Thursday from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. In Memory Of Our Father Willlam ( arroli Willlam Fom oy would like to thank everyone for all the food prepared, cards sent, and their prayers during our loss. Thanks to Dr. Norsworthy and the staff at the Professional Care Health & Rehabfor the loving care given morn during her stay at the nursing home and thanks for the extra special care given morn and the kindness shown to us during her last days. Thanks to Jason Bullock and Bevil Brother bXmeral Home for their professlonaIIsm and for making a ~ time bear- able. Thanks to Lana Moseley and a special thanks to Bro. Merle Ford for his kind and uplfJ~ng words. May God bless each and everyone of yotL Children and their families We would like to thank everyone for the prayers, visits, cards and phone calls during Marvin's illness. A special thanks to the Doctors and Nurses at Owensboro Medical Health Systems and Ohio Count)" Hospital for their wonderful care. Thanks to the caregivers and staff at Professional Care & Rehab. A special to Rev. Greg Hillard and everyone at New Harmon), Baptist Church. Thanks to our . children and grandchildren for being there. Man, in is home and much improved. 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