Pamela Lynn Massaro 62

Pamela Lynn Massaro 62 of Owingsville wife of Jesse Massaro passed away Monday, August 31, 2015 at the University Of Kentucky Hospital. She was a former Deputy Jailer for Clark County. She is survived by her husband Jesse Massaro of Owingsville, two sons Glenn Moberly Jr and wife Renee of Mt. Sterling, Jeremy Moberly and wife Ellen of Jeffersonville, six grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren, two brothers William Blakeman SR and wife Judy of Lexington, Merle Blakeman and wife Jennifer of Winchester, one sister Marion Walden and husband Danny of Mt. Sterling and a sister In-Law Brenda Blakeman Owens of Winchester. she was preceded in death by her parents Cornelius Sr and Alice Blakeman, one

Roger Prewitt 73

Roger Prewitt 73 of Jeffersonville husband of Norma Prewitt passed from this life Thursday, August 27, 2015. He was a member of the Assembly of God Church and delivered mail for 25 years from which he retired. He is survived by his wife Norma Prewitt of Jeffersonville, one son James David Prewitt and his wife Regina of Mt. Sterling, one daughter Rhonda Gilmore and husband Gary of Winchester, five grandchildren Kayla Elizabeth Prewitt, James Blake Prewitt and wife Kathleen, Samuel Gilmore, Mary Elizabeth Gilmore and Rebekah Gilmore, three brothers Albert Prewitt of Mt. Sterling, Catesby Prewitt of Mt. Sterling, Davis Prewitt of Paducah, Jane Martin of Mt. Sterling, Anna Wills of Paris, Bettye

Franklin Hall 76

Franklin Hall 76 of Frames Branch Rd Clay City husband of Nellie Hall passed away Thursday, August 20, 2015 at his residence with his family by his side. He was a Contractor and a Pastor for 34 years of the Church of God of Prophecy in Beattyville and Irvine. He is survived by his wife Lillie “Nellie” Hall of Clay City, three sons Franklin Hall Jr and wife Tammy of Stanton, David Earl Hall and partner Bobbie Roe of Stanton, Randall Townsend of Hazard, two daughters Barbra Jean and husband Lon Wayne of Clay City, Teresa Ison and her husband Phillip of Stanton, 13 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren, four brothers Amery Hall of Clay City, Richard Hall and wife Connie of Mt. Sterling, Rodney H

Tracy Snowden 68

Tracy Snowden SR 68 husband of Linda Snowden passed away Monday, August 10, 2015 at St. Joseph East. He was a bus mechanic for the Powell Co. Schools. He is survived by his wife Linda Snowden of Clay City, two sons Tracy Snowden Jr and Timothy Snowden both of Clay City, one brother Melvin Snowden of Stanton, nine sisters Carrie Brewer of Clay City, Darlene Shoemaker of Clay City, Judy Rogers of Clay City, Janet Ringl of Clay City, Jennifer Tingle of Stanton, Gail Sizemore of Stanton, Jackie Tyra of Stanton, Betty Strange of Clay City and Robin Farnham of Georgetown. He was preceded in death by his parents Ernest and Modina Snowden. Family has chosen cremation with a memorial service Thursday

Frances Hatton 70

Frances Hatton 70 of Clay City passed away Monday, August 3, 2015 at the Clark Regional Medical Center. She was a member of the Christian Assembly of God in Mt. Sterling and retired from Jockey Manufacturing. She is survived by one daughter Angie Sexton and her husband Sam of Clay City, four grandchildren, five great grandchildren, four sisters Claudette Caudill of Lawrenceburg, Bobby Sue Arnold of Mt. Sterling, Millie Utterback of Owingsville and Brenda Bowen of Mt. Sterling. She was preceded in death by her parents Reed and Oma Ledford, her husband Ben Hatton, two Brothers David Lee Adams, Henry Clay Adams and two sisters Betty Ledford and Lynn Adams. Funeral Services will be held 1 PM Wed

James Dale Banks 53

James Banks 53 of Clay City passed away Sunday, August 2, 2015 at the University of Kentucky Hospital. He was a veteran of the United States Army and a former Rumpke employee. He is survived by his mother Mary Sheffield of Stanton, three daughters Christian Church of Salt Lick, Stacy Wiseman of Owingsville, Paula Wiseman of Owingsville, five brothers Shelby Banks of Stanton, Logan Banks of Stanton, William Banks of Clay City, Greg Banks of Cynthiana, Anthony Banks of Cynthiana, one sister Mattie Banks of Stanton and, four grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. He was preceded in death by his father Shelby Banks, wife Shirley Banks and one sister Phyllis Nolan. Funeral Services will be held 1P

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