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A 12 THE COURIER-JOURNAL, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1993 UofL student dies after slipping on wet leaves , By GARDINER HARRIS ; Staff Writer A University of Louisville fresh-. man slipped on wet leaves early Wednesday, bumped her head and died a freak accident that ended a bright life. Stephanie Ann Pulford, 18, had gone to Masterson's Food and : Drink on South Third Street to meet ' several women from the sorority ; she had decided to pledge, her fa-; ther, Don Pulford, said yesterday. It was a rainy night, and fallen '' leaves were thick on the ground. ; She left the restaurant about 1:30 ; a.m. and slipped in the parking lot. ', At University of Louisville Hospi- , tal, doctors dis-- I covered she had is 4,,i fractured the f i base of her Y & skull She died 1 of a brain hem- l nrrhatrp hpr fa- I ther said. . I She was studying to be a Pulford nurse, and her enthusiasm for college was gratifying to her par- ; ents. "She had a rough time as a senior (in high school), and she surprised herself with how well she , was doing in college," Don Pulford ; said. , Stephanie Pulford played softball !!and field hockey at Assumption High School, and she was planning to return to the school soon to lead la retreat for some of the younger ; students, her father said. Sherry Haury, a softball team- mate, said Pulford was a good hitter land crackerjack outfielder. .' Pulford also worked part time at team's Club and took karate lessons I with her brother. jj1 "She was a beautiful young worn-J an," her father said. !; Besides her father, Pulford is survived by her mother, Elizabeth A. ; Pulford; two brothers, Donald Jr. land Christopher A. Pulford; and her .'grandparents, Mrs. John Burkhardt ;and Estelle Brown. Thp funpral will hp at 1 n m Mnn- day at St. Gabriel the Archangel ! "Catholic Church, 8409 Hudson lane. Entombment will be in Rest-haven Mausoleum. Visitation will be j, at Heady Fern Creek Funeral Home, J 5406 Bardstown Road, from noon to 8 p.m. tomorrow and after 11 a.m. Monday. The family requests that ; memorial gifts go to the church f building fund or Assumption High School Memorial Fund. Indiana boy, 14, iinjured in apparent ;game of 'roulette' 'f A 14-year-old Charlestown, Ind., ;boy was critically injured yesterday rwhen he apparently shot himself in rthe head during a game of Russian roulette, police said. S The boy was at home at 135 Ken-;wood Ave. about 3 p.m. with three men when the shooting occurred, police said. He was taken to The I Medical Center of Southern Indiana tin Charlestown and later flown to jKosair Children's Hospital in Louis- ' Ville, where he was in critical condition. I Police would not identify any of those involved. h A 23-year-old told police he had 'put the gun to his head earlier and Jwas about to pull the trigger when the 14-year-old stopped him, and it turned out there was a live round in lhe barrel. After that, the 23-year-Old said, he persuaded the 14-year-old to put the gun away, i Later in the afternoon a 17-year-pld and an 18-year-old joined them. iThey told police they were all in a Jback bedroom when the 14-year-old Jleft, returned with a ,38-caliber re-jyolver, and asked, "Who wants to Jplay Russian roulette?" They said the boy put the gun to his head and pulled the trigger three times with no results. A fourth Itime, the gun fired, police said. J; Police say the boy's parents, who were at work at the time, had jbought the gun for home protection. iMurder suspect's 'sighting' ! jr-rom Staff and AP Dispatches i; Indiana State Police drove to Lou-jjsville early yesterday after learning jjhat a man there might be the Rip-ley County, Ind., man thought to 'have killed five members of his family in August. ;; It was a false alarm. ; A man taken by ambulance to University of Louisville Hospital Jabout midnight Thursday matched Jthe description of George Hardebeck. Accompanied by Hardebeck's brother, Bill, Indiana State Police Carl C. Adams, 68, died Thursday at Veterans Affairs Medical Center. He was a native of Henry County, an Army veteran of World War II and a member of Douglass Boulevard Christian Church. Survivors: his wife, the former Carmen Lucas; a sister, Christine Foster of Lexington, Ind.; and a stepbrother, Charles Bunnell. Funeral: 1 p.m. Monday, Embry-Bosse Funeral Home, 2723 Preston Highway. Burial: Evergreen Cemetery. Visitation: 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Memorial gifts: his church. Harrison H. Brown, 84, died Friday at Audubon Regional Medical Center. He was a native of Lancaster; a retired machine maintenance worker for Anderson Wood Products, where he had worked for 47 years; a Baptist; and a member of Carpenters Local 64. Survivors: his wife, the former Margaret Ball; two daughters, Margaret Sebrey and Carolyn R. Brown; a son, Julian C. Brown of New Albany, Ind.; a sister, Lovie Smith; four grandchildren; and three greatgrandchildren. Funeral: 2 p.m. Monday, Owen Funeral Home, 5317 Dixie Highway. Burial: Bethany Memorial Cemetery. Visitation: 4-9 p.m. Saturday and 1-5 and 7-9 p.m. Sunday. Murray F. Dickson, 68, St. Matthews, died Thursday at St. Matthews Manor. He was a retired electrical engineer, a Navy veteran of World War II and a member of St. Peter Lutheran Church in Schaumburg, III. Survivors: his wife, the former Marjorie Anderson; a son, Michael Dickson; and his mother, Dorothy Dickson of Kuttawa. The body was cremated. A private memorial service will take place later. Arrangements: Neurath & Underwood Funeral Home. Memorial gifts: Hospice of Louisville. Richard Dorzback, 78, West-port Road area, died Thursday at Jewish Hospital. He was a native of Goeppingen, Germany, a former industrial engineer for Enro Shirt Co. and the Manhattan Shirt Co. in Patterson, N. J., and a former real-estate broker. Survivors: his wife, the former Ann Wallerstein; three daughters, Irene Dorzback of New York City, Elizabeth Dorzback of Los Angeles and Margaret Doehnert of Phoenix; a son, Robert Dorzback; and five grandchildren. Funeral: 3 p.m. Sunday, Arch L. Heady Westport Road Funeral Home, 7410 Westport Road. Graveside service: 1:30 p.m. Monday, Cedar Park Cemetery, Paramus, N. J. Visitation: 2-3 p.m. Sunday. Arrangements: Neurath & Underwood Funeral Home. Memorial gifts: Dorzback-Waller-stein-Bergmann Education Fund for Humanitarian Service, University of Louisville Foundation. Margaret Vernia Dupaquier, Jefferson Place, died Tuesday at Baptist Hospital East. The body was cremated. Burial: Holy Trinity Cemetery, New Albany, Ind. Memorial service: 5:15 p.m. Tuesday, St. Mary Catholic Church, East Eighth and Spring streets, New Albany. Arrangements: Coots Funeral Home, Jeffersonville, Ind. Alta S. Burba Fuqua, 86, South Louisville, died Friday at SS. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital. She was a native of Hart County and a retired food preparer for the old St. Joseph Infirmary. Survivors: a son, Macy T. Fuqua Jr.; two daughters, Loretta Benning-field and JoAnn Logsdon; seven grandchildren; and four greatgrandchildren. Funeral: 10 a.m. Monday, Fair-dale-McDaniel Funeral Home, 411 Fairdale Road. Burial: St. Stephens Cemetery. Visitation: 2-9 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday. Sidney Goldstein, 84, Four Courts, died Thursday at Jewish Hospital. He was a native of Senatobia, Miss., a retired insurance agent for Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. and a member of Keneseth Israel Congregation. Survivors: his wife, the former Anna Hanelin; a son, Manning J. Goldstein; a daughter, Barbara R. Bailey; and a grandchild. Graveside service: 1:30 p.m. Sun- Indiana State Police Sgt. John Mann said Bill Hardebeck "took one look" at the man and said it wasn't his brother. Mann said Indiana State Police contacted the Louisville police homicide division after relatives told them Hardebeck might have sought refuge in Louisville because he's familiar with the city. Louisville police said fliers about Hardebeck have been distributed to homeless shelters, churches and businesses. Hardebeck's abandoned car was found in Lancaster, Ky., three t LOUISVILLE Carl C. Adams, 68 Harrison H. Brown, 84 Murray F. Dickson, 68 Richard Dorzback, 78 Margaret Vernia Dupaquier Alta S. Burba Fuqua, 86 Sidney Goldstein, 84 Susan Griffin, 78 Beulah Mae Hafling, 75 Mary Willis Hukill Hopper, 76 Elbert Neal Jordan, 65 Richard Emerich Kersting Sr., 56 Roberta West Miles, 75 Oscar R. Miller, 81 James Moore, 69 Richard T. Murphy, 76 Shirley E. Nash, 60 Stephanie Ann Pulford, 18 (Story, this page) Gary Wayne "Peewee" Ridgeway, 38 William Herbert Roberts, 82 Michael S. "Pops" Saho, 73 Elnora B. Schanz, 81 Maurice Eugene Scherer, 49 James L. Shipp, 92 The Rev. David Eugene Stoltz, 49 Hobert H. Summers Sr., 74 Benjamin "Big Ben" Warren, 62 Samuel D. Weathers Jr., 74 Alberta Wilson, 75 CORRECTED OBITUARY Ben Kendall, 69 day, Keneseth Israel Cemetery. Arrangements: Herman Meyer & Son. Memorial gifts: Four Courts or charity. Susan Griffin, 78, Mary Lee Drive, died Friday at her home. She was the former Sue Grigsby, a native of Washington County, a retired employee of General Electric Co., a Methodist and a member of Order of Eastern Star. Survivor: her husband, Lawrence Griffin. Funeral: 11 a.m. Monday, Hough-lin Funeral Home, Bloomfield. Burial: Highview Cemetery, Chaplin. Visitation: 2-9 p.m. Sunday. Memorial gifts: Hospice of Louisville. Beulah Mae Hafling, 75, Hurst-bourne Care Centre at Stony Brook, died Thursday at Baptist Hospital East. She was the former Beulah Meeker and a member of SS. Simon & Jude Catholic Church. Survivors; two sons, Gerald W, and O. James Hafling; two daughters, Gloria J. Mundy of La Grange and Janet K. Cosby; two brothers, David Meeker of West Palm Beach, Fla., and Paul Meeker; 14 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Funeral: 1 p.m. Saturday, Owen Funeral Home, 5317 Dixie Highway. Entombment: Evergreen Mausoleum. Visitation: after 10 a.m. Saturday. Mary Willis Hukill Hopper, 76, formerly of Louisville, died Friday at Clark Memorial Hospital in Jeffersonville, Ind. She was a native of Lexington and a member of First Christian Church in Jeffersonville. Survivors: a daughter, Sharon Wessling; and two sisters, Dorothy Tackett of Lexington and Katherine Burton of Somerset. Funeral: 10 a.m. Monday, Scott Funeral Home, 921 Main St., Jeffersonville. Burial: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Jeffersonville. Visitation: 2-9 p.m. Sunday. Memorial gifts: the church. Elbert Neal Jordan, 65, of 1827 Oregon Ave., died Wednesday at Al-liant Medical Pavilion. He was retired sectional-center director of employees and labor relations for the U. S. Postal Service, a Navy veteran of the Korean War, a Baptist and a member of Central High School Alumni Association, National Phoenix Association Louis-, ville Chapter, YMCA and Epicurean Club. Survivors: his wife, the former Hazel Harper; three sons, Larry Jordan of San Diego, Lee Calland of Atlanta and Albert Calland of Pen-sacola, Fla.; two daughters, Jacque-lyn Wyatt and Sharon Jordan; his mother, Anna M. Jordan; three brothers, Albert, Clarence and William Jordan; three sisters, Dorothy Duffy, Patricia Woods and Annette Dailey; a friend, Darlene Varner, who cared for him; 14 grandchil turned out to be false alarm been nine or 10 reports from people claiming to have seen Hardebeck in Louisville since the killings were featured this week on the television show "America's Most Wanted." Police have charged Hardebeck, 31, with one of the Aug. 24 killings of his brother-in-law Virgil Powers, 55. He is the suspect in the murders of his mother, Martha Hardebeck, 73; his brothers, James, 40, and Marlin, 34, and his sister and Powers' wife, Betty Powers, 41. The bodies were found at Martha Hardebeck's farm in Ripley County. Yesterday a volunteer at Wayside LOUISVILLE AREA DEATHS dren; and a great-grandchild. Funeral: 8 p.m. Sunday, Hathaway & Clark Funeral Home, 2718 Virginia Ave. Burial: II a.m. Monday, Lebanon National Cemetery, Marion County. Visitation: after 4 p.m. Saturday and 5:30-7:30 p.m. Sunday. Richard Emerich Kersting Sr., 56, of 1129 Milton St., died Thursday at Audubon Regional Medical Center. He was a retired food representative. ; Survivors: three sons, Mark Kersting of Omaha, Neb., and Michael and Richard Kersting III; a daughter, Ann Marie Kinslow; his mother, Anna Kersting; two sisters, Pat Limer and Judy Skaggs; a brother, Albert Kersting; and three grandchildren. The body was donated to the University of Louisville School of Medicine. Memorial service: 4 p.m. Monday, Resurrection Catholic Church, 4601 Poplar Level Road. Memorial gifts: Pleasure Ridge Fire Department for the WHAS Crusade for Children. . Roberta West Miles, 75, Keswick Drive, Clarksville, Ind., formerly of Louisville, died Friday at Clark Memorial Hospital in Jeffersonville, Ind. She was retired owner of Triangle Trailer Park in Clarksville. Survivors: five daughters, Judy Miles of Jeffersonville, Margaret Baird of Kent, Ohio, Patricia Miles-Hoisch of Waterloo, Neb., Delores Kopp and Nancy Miles-Mahanes; two sisters, Genevieve Johnson and Mary Lanhan; 25 grandchildren; and 37 great-grandchildren. Funeral: noon Monday, Scott Funeral Home, 921 Main St., Jeffersonville. Burial: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Jeffersonville. Visitation: 1-7 p.m. Sunday. Oscar R. Miller, 81, died Thursday at Audubon Regional Medical Center. He was a retired employee of Tube Turns Inc. and a member of Christ Evangelical United Church of Christ, Suburban Masonic Lodge 740, Royal Arch Masons Eureka Chapter 101 and Louisville DeMolay Commandery 12. Survivors: a daughter, Jane Compton; a son, Stephen Miller Sr. of Clarksville, Tenn.; a brother, Arthur Miller of Sun City, Fla.; and five grandchildren. Funeral: 10 a.m. Monday, Embry-Bosse Funeral Home, 2723 Preston Highway. Burial: Evergreen Cemetery. Visitation: 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Memorial gifts: the church. James Moore, 69, died Tuesday at Medco Center in Clarksville, Ind. Burial: Monday, River Valley Cemetery. Visitation: W. P. Porter Mortuary, 2611 Virginia Ave., 8-10 a.m. Monday. Richard T. Murphy, 76, died Friday at Baptist Hospital East. He was a retired vice president for Baker-Bohnert Rubber Co. and a member of St. Joseph Orphan Society and River Road Country Club. Survivors: his wife, the former Margie Herberman; a son, Richard T. Murphy Jr.; a sister, Marie Schultz; and two grandchildren. Funeral: 10 a.m. Monday, Holy Spirit Catholic Church, 3345 Lexington Road. Burial: Cave Hill Cemetery. Visitation: Ratterman's, 3711 Lexington Road, 2-9 p.m. Sunday. Memorial gifts: charity. Shirley E. Nash, 60, New Cut Road, died Friday at SS. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital. She was the former Shirley Byers, a native of Renfro, a retired caster for Louisville Stoneware, a former employee of The Kroger Co., a member of Fraternal Order of Eagles and a Baptist. Survivors: her husband, Norman R. Nash; a daughter, Gloria J. Bale of Fairdale; two sisters, Juanita Goodlett of Shepherdsville and Alma L. Wright; a brother, Charles R. Byers; three grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Funeral: 11 a.m. Monday, Joseph E. Ratterman & Son South End Funeral Home, 7330 Southside Drive. Entombment: Louisville Memorial Gardens West Mausoleum. Visitation: noon-9 p.m. Sunday. Memorial gifts: Hospice of Louisville. Gary Wayne "Peewee" Ridgeway, 38, St. Matthews, died Friday at his home. Survivors: his parents, Alberta police he thought Hardebeck had passed through the mission's food line Wednesday. And the Indianapolis Star reported yesterday that some homeless men who sleep under the Interstate 65 Kennedy Bridge over the Ohio River claimed to have talked to Hardebeck on Wednesday night and shared some wine with him. Louisville police, acting on a tip Thursday night, searched city buses looking for him. "All of our reports (so far) seem to be unsubstantiated, but we still have to check them out," Indiana State Police Detective Mike Black and Calvin Laswell; and five brothers, Roger, James, Donnie, Michael and John Laswell. Graveside service: 3 p.m. Monday, St. Stephens Cemetery. Visitation: Neurath & Underwood Funeral Home, 725 E. Market St., 6-9 p.m. Sunday and 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Monday. William Herbert Roberts, 82, formerly of Louisville, died Thursday at Masonic Homes of Kentucky-Shelbyville. He was a retired machine operator for Henry Vogt Machine Co. and a member of Excelsior Masonic Lodge 258 and Scottish Rite Temple. Survivor: a sister, Lola Randall. Funeral: 1 p.m. Monday, W. G. Hardy Shively Funeral Home, 4101 Dixie Highway. Burial: Meeting Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Hardin County. Visitation: 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday. Memorial gifts: Masonic Homes of Kentucky-Shelbyville. Michael S. "Pops" Saho, 73, Muncie, Ind., died Thursday at the home of a daughter in Hillview. He was a retired maintenance employee of the old Kentucky & Indiana Railroad, a Navy veteran of World War II and a member of the Eagles Lodge. Survivors: two sons, Danny and David Saho; three daughters, Linda Vanbuskirk of Hillview and Donna and Patricia Saho; and 14 grandchildren. Funeral Mass; 9 a.m. Monday, St. Mary Catholic Church, 299 Crestwood Lane, Hillview. Burial: Evergreen Cemetery. Visitation: Schoppenhorst-Neurath & Brooks Funeral Home, Preston Highway and Hebron Lane, noon-9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Memorial gifts: Hospice of Louisville. Elnora B. Schanz, 81, died Friday at Suburban Medical Center. She was the former Elnora Smith and a member of Highland Woman's Club, South End Optimist Club and Republican Woman's Club of Louisville. Survivors: a daughter, Jean E. Paulmann;a son, Floyd G. Schanz; a brother, Alfred Smith; six grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. The body was cremated. Memorial service: 11 a.m. Tuesday, chapel of Southeast Christian Church, 2840 Hikes Lane. Arrangements: Pearson's. Memorial gifts: church building fund. 1 Maurice Eugene Scherer, 49, formerly of Louisville, died Wednesday in Bedford Village, N. Y. Survivors: his wife, Donna Scherer; three sons, Erik Scherer of Santa Cruz, Calif., Kirk Scherer of Los Angeles and John Ross of Florida; a daughter, Julie Ross of Bedford Village; his parents, Maurice and Christine Scherer; and three sisters, Melinda Brown of Goshen, Monna Nunn of Henderson and Martha Gutermuth. Funeral: Monday, Pound Ridge (N. Y.) Community Church. Visitation: Cassidy-Flynn Funeral Home, Mount Kisco, N. Y., 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Sunday. James L. Shipp, 92, formerly of Buechel, died Friday in Bowling Green. He was a native of Magnolia, a retired rural mail carrier for the U. S. Postal Service in Buechel, a member of First Baptist Church in Bowling Green and the National Rural Letter Carriers Association and a former member of Buechel Baptist Church. Survivors: his wife, the former Evelyn Cruse; a daughter, Cheryl F. Shipp of Bowling Green; and a brother, Monta Shipp of Glendale. Funeral: 11:30 a.m. CDT Monday, J. C. Kirby & Son Funeral Home, Bowling Green. Burial: Sonora Cemetery, Hardin County. Visitation: 4-8 p.m. CDT Sunday. Memorial gifts: First Baptist Church building fund. The funeral for The Rev. David Eugene Stoltz, 49, will be at 11 a.m. Monday at St. Helen Catholic Church, 4005 Dixie Highway. Burial: Calvary Cemetery. Visitation: W. G. Hardy Shively Funeral Home, 4101 Dixie Highway, 1-4 and 6-9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, and at the church, 9-11 a.m. Monday. He died Thursday. Hobert H. Summers Sr., 74, South Louisville, died Thursday at Audubon Regional Medical Center. He was a native of Liberty; a retired welder for American Standard, where he had worked for 31 years; and a Navy veteran of World War II. Survivors: his wife, the former Mabel A. Wethington; four sons, Paid obituaries, Page C 2 INDIANA DEATHS NEW ALBANY John ft Bays Jr., 53, died Friday. Funeral: 10:30 a.m. Monday, Earthman Funeral Home, Houston. NEW ALBANY Chester Ray Johantgen, 78, died Aug. 7. The body was cremated. Memorial service: 10 a.m. Saturday, Kraft-Grace-land Memorial Park chapel. Arrangements: Scott Funeral Home, Jeffersonville. NEW ALBANY - Cecelia Brawner ZurSch-miede, 94, died Friday. Funeral: 11 a.m. Monday. St. Man Omhniio CNirrh. Visitation: Kraft Hobert H. Summers Jr. of Easton, Conn., Timothy R. Summers of Lisbon, Conn., Christopher K. Summers of Crestwood and Anthony J. Summers; two daughters, Pamela S. Murphy of Mannsville and Patricia A. Mahoney; a sister, Ada M. Hayes of Liberty; four brothers, Elmer E. and W. Eugene Summers, both of Liberty, Wilbur C. Summers of Bee-cher, III, and Arlis C. Summers of Crete, 111.; and 14 grandchildren. Funeral: 1 p.m. Monday, St. John Vianney Catholic Church, 4839 Southside Drive. Burial: St. Michael Cemetery. Visitation: Joseph E. Ratterman & Son South End Funeral Home, 7330 Southside Drive, 6-9 p.m. Saturday and 1-4 and 6-9 p.m. Sunday. Memorial gifts: Adopt-a-Student Program at St. John Vianney School or Gum Lick Christian Church Cemetery Fund in Casey County. Benjamin "Big Ben" Warren, 62, New Albany, Ind., formerly of Portland, died Wednesday at SS. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital. He was a Catholic and an Army veteran of the Korean War. Survivors: his wife, the former Lillian Welsh; four sons, James E. Warren of Fort Wayne, Ind., Daniel J. and Donald K. Warren, both of New Albany, and James Harris; a daughter, Belinda Briner; four brothers, Robert A., William G., Donald C. and Sonny Warren; two sisters, Carol Warren and Virginia Arnold; six grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. ' Funeral: 9 a.m. Monday, Ratier-man's-Portland, 2114 W. Market '.St. Burial: St. Stephens Cemetery. Visitation: 6-9 p.m. Saturday and 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Sunday. Memorial gifts: the family. Samuel D. Weathers Jr., 74, died Thursday at Jewish Hospital. He was a retired employee of the U. S. Postal Service, a Navy veteran of World War II, past chairman of the board of YMCA Chestnut Street Branch and a member of National Phoenix Association Louisville Chapter, National Alliance of Federal Postal Employees, National Association of Postal Supervisors, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Louisville Urban League and the board of directors of Blanton House. Survivors: his wife, the former Josie Rouse; a daughter, Teresa Fields of Los Angeles; three sons, Henry and Jeffrey Weathers and Gerald Dunlap; and three grandchildren. Funeral: 11 a.m. Monday, Hugh-lett Temple AME Zion Church, 2U5 W. Jefferson St. Burial: Lebanon National Cemetery, Marion County. Visitation: A. D. Porter & Sons Funeral Home, 1300 W. Chestnut St., after 1 p.m. Sunday, and at the church after 9 a.m. Monday. IM Alberta Wilson, 75, of 2102 Date St., died Thursday at Jewish Hospital. She was a native of Christian County, a retired employee of Holiday Inn and a member of 22nd Street Social Club. Survivors: three daughters, Annie Smith, Betty Carter and Brenda Wilson; three sons, Kenneth, Larry and Maurice Wilson; four sisters, Catherine Cornell, Amy Burks, Elizabeth Wright and Dorothy Samuels, all of Indianapolis; two brothers, Miles and Charles Samuels; 15 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral: 1 p.m. Monday, Youngs Chapel AME Church, 1039 S. 16th St. Burial: Green Meadows Memorial Cemetery. Visitation: A. D. Porter & Sons Funeral Home, 1300 W. Chestnut St., 6-9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, and at the church after 9:30 a.m. Monday. CORRECTED OBITUARY Ben Kendall, 69, of 2820 W. Madison St., died Tuesday at Veterans Affairs Medical Center. I! , He was a native of Magnolia Springs, Ala., a former employee iA Mayfield Produce Market, a Navy veteran of World War II and a Bap-tist. Survivors: a son, Dominique Price; a brother, Floyd Kendall; aa sister, Dorothy Kendall of Pensaoe-la, Fla.; and friend, Toni Price, wfTo cared for him. : Funeral: 1 p.m. Saturday, Perrf-man's Mortuary, 3237 W. Broadway. Cremation to follow. Burial: Zachary Taylor National Cemetery'. KENTUCKY DEATHS '" BARBOURVILLE Pauletta Price Tuggle, 68 BEREA Tom Taylor, 95 BOWLING GREEN Lorena Downing Joyce, CORBIN Alva Brown, 83: Charles Harris, 80; James Noe, 70 CORINTH Betty Lou Deitz Adams, 62 DANVILLE Linda Richards. 40 EARLINGTON Lena Mae Slaton, 81 EDMONTON Gilbert Devore, 45 ELIZABETHTOWN - Estil "Buddy" Adkms, 40; Emma Spencer, 85 HARLAN Sallie Wilder Cornett, 86 HAZARD Alma Ritchie, 81 HOPKINSVILLE Hanson Bell Petsch, 85 HYDEN Nancy Pennington Auker, 81; Carl Morgan, 83 LEXINGTON Thomas Duvall, 89; Porter Featherston, 71 MADISONV1LLE Ronnie F. Dickerson, 47 MARTIN Rosa A. Hall, 97 MURRAY Jessie Lee Humphreys, 80 OWENSBORO James Phillip Lashbrook Jr., 85 PADUCAH Herbert Carney, 96 PHELPS Randy Dean Mounts, 36 PRINCETON James "Dixie" Coleman, 88; Lorene Wilkerson, 66; Opal Fox Wright, 68 RICHMOND Sara Ann Singer Faulkner. 92 RIISSFU. CPoiHfsq num Rrarlshaw. 57

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