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THE COURIER-JOURNAL METRO DEATHS FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1995 B5 LOUISVILLE AREA DEATHS i Towering task r ' ,1 J" -"i feti i s trn, 1 C.1M,j 7 K ITO? ' Yfw - '-v K.r. 'it. 1 ... iWf - wwt..) ..V : 1 I. I f! ' ! I STAFF PHOTO BY KEITH WILUAMS Glen Lewis climbed down scaffolding around the 231 -foot-tall steeple of St. Anthony Catholic Church in Louisville as he and Charlie White worked to repair masonry on Wednesday. The church, established in 1866, is getting $400,000 in repairs. The project is expected to take about three months. Knox shootings lead to $43.75 million suit ;By CYNTHIA EAGLES Staff Writer 1 Survivors of a 1993 shooting J spree by a Fort Knox civilian em- "ployee claimed yesterday in a law- suit that post officials were aware of ;the "dangerous propensities" of the ; gunman, Arthur Hill, yet thwarted ?all attempts to discipline, transfer or , Jfire him. ; .The suit, filed in U.S. District ; Court in Louisville, seeks $43.75 "million in damages from the U.S. -government for the deaths of Paul -Higdon and Wanda Simmons, the 1 injuries of Roger Saltsman and Judy jNemec, and pain of their families. -The "suit follows the Army's denial "in March of all claims they had filed I" for damages, injury and death. -A third civilian employee, Debs' orah Glenn, also died in the Oct. 18, 2 1993, shooting. Her family is not a party to the suit. Higdon headed the post's Train-ring Support Center, and he and ; Simmons had been Hill's supervisors. Glenn, Nemec and Saltsman "were co-workers of Hill's. After the shooting, Hill, 53, drove ; to Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Louisville and shot himself. He died three days later. ; '-'Years before Paul Higdon ever -came to that post, there was a problem with that man (Hill)," Charlene ; Higdon said in an interview. "No ;one would take responsibility, no one would step in, no one would "help the supervisors out. ... 'He's ;your problem, Paul Higdon.' There's two or three colonels who 'told (my husband) that. ; "That's the reason why we're go- ing on and making a stand with the -suit." I believe with all my heart if ; something had been done, none of us would have to be going through this, -and that's including the Hill family." 2 Post officials referred requests for ; comment yesterday to U.S. Attorney -Michael Troop, who declined to I comment, citing Justice Department Regulations. The lawsuit claims the post was l J negligent in retaining Hill as an em- f '.U.Iha nni4 in foil irrT i nrnirirla Vtim ifJlUjCC niiKA in tailing is pivfiuv mm with proper counseling and supervision. It claims that "Paul Higdon t and others repeatedly attempted to 5 discipline, transfer andor terminate Arthur Hill due to his poor work performance, and threats he direct-' ed toward co-employees in the of i it I i 'Ml' J- TlPf" ""War, r 1" J s -4. - fice, but all efforts were thwarted" by post officials. "Various military and civilian employees . . . who were aware of the dangerous propensities of Arthur Hill refused all requests by Paul Higdon and others" to take action against Hill, the suit says. It also claims the government "intentionally or negligently discriminated against" the shooting victims by retaining Hill as an employee, and that it failed as an employer to protect them. The suit asks $30 million for Saltsman, who is paralyzed from the shoulders down, plus $1.75 million for his wife and daughter. The estates of Higdon and Simmons each seek $3 million, plus $1 million for each of their spouses. Nemec, who has returned to work on post, also seeks $3 million, and $1 million for her husband. She declined to comment on the suit. In interviews, Roger and Carolyn Saltsman, Charlene Higdon and Smith E. "Smitty" Simmons all said they remain angry and bitter with post officials and, in particular, with the former post commander, Maj. Gen. Larry R. Jordan, for leaving them in the dark and for refusing to meet and talk with them. "Basically, everything I have found out about my husband's death, I read in the newspaper or I heard on the news," Charlene Higdon said. "That's pretty disappointing when an individual gives 31 years of his life to civil service." They also said the post's commanders continue to avoid dealing with them, just as their predecessors didn't want to deal with the problem of Arthur Hill. "It's a disgrace, an absolute disgrace," Higdon said. "The military people, they pack their little bags and they move on to the next post, and it is left here for the civilians to deal with." The Saltsmans said they did get to talk with a ranking colonel, who they said acted defensively and told them "it's time to just put this all behind you." The message was "these important people don't have time to talk to you," said Carolyn Saltsman. Her husband said the post's attitude made him feel as if "I'm just an old shoe they threw in the corner." Claims made in filing a lawsuit give only one side of the case. i James F. Beckley, 79, died Wednesday at Audubon Regional Medical Center. He was a retired truck driver for Oscar Ewing Dairy and a former member of Teamsters Local 783. Survivors: his wife, the former Mina W. Higgins; a daughter, Martha L. Davis; a son, Robert O. Beck-ley; four grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. The funeral and burial will be private. There will be no visitation. Arrangements: Barrett Funeral Home. William B. Bolin, 80, Shively, died Thursday at Caritas Medical Center. He was a native of Owensboro, a retired self-employed furniture manufacturer and a Marine veteran of World War II. Survivors: his wife, the former Goldie Brake; a son, Pete Bolin of Georgetown, Ind.; a daughter, Sis Von Kanel; two sisters, Ruby Carlisle of Radcliff and Henrietta Roch-ford; five grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Funeral: 2 p.m. Sunday, Arch L. Heady Southern Funeral Home, 3601 Taylor Blvd. Burial: Hebron Cemetery, Bullitt County. Visitation: 3-9 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday and after 10 a.m. Sunday. Mary M. Calloway, 91, of 675 S. 42nd St., died there Tuesday. She was a retired seamstress. Survivors: a daughter, Alice L. Smallwood; a son, Horace E. Calloway; eight grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren. Funeral: 10 a.m. Saturday, Cable Baptist Church, 314 S. Wenzel St. Burial: Evergreen Cemetery. Visitation: W.P. Porter Funeral Home, 2611 Virginia Ave., 6-9 p.m. Friday, and the church after 9 a.m. Saturday. Memorial gifts: Caretenders. James F. Carlisle, 53, died Wednesday at Veterans Affairs Medical Center. He was a native of Pleasanton, Kan., a former commercial truck driver for Motor Convoy and an Army veteran. Survivors: his wife, the former Len Carver; a daughter, Christine Marrow; two stepsons, Tony Lykins of Fisherville and Tim Lykins; three stepdaughters, Jennifer Manning of Anchorage and Melissa Sawyers and Teresa Webb, both of Jefferson-town; his parents, Edward and Lottie Carlisle of Fairhope, Ala.; two brothers, C. Ed Carlisle of Fairhope and Tom Carlisle of New Smyrna Beach, Fla.; and 12 grandchildren. Graveside service: 1 p.m. CDT Saturday, Odd Fellows Cemetery, Madisonville. Visitation: Jefferson-town Funeral Home, 9318 Taylors- ville Road, 3-9 p.m. EDT Friday. Memorial gifts: Hospice of Louisville. Charles W. Carter, 67, died Thursday at Veterans Affairs Medical Center. He was a native of Gallatin, Tenn., a retired supervisor for General Binding Corp. in Amelia, Va., a Navy veteran of the Korean War, a member of American Legion Zacha-ry Taylor Post and former commander of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1298 in Bowling Green. Survivors: his wife, Kiyo Carter; a daughter, Joyce A. Carter; two sisters, Joy A. Tinker of Frankfort and Clara Nelson of Bonita Springs, Fla.; and a brother, Jack Thomas Carter of Oklahoma City. The body will be cremated. Memorial service: 7 p.m. Sunday, Arch L. Heady Westport Road Funeral Home, 7410 Westport Road. Burial: Cave Hill Cemetery. Visitation: 5-7 p.m. Sunday. Mary Sauerman Cox, 84, formerly of Louisville, died Wednesday in Homestead, Fla. She was a retired employee of the Veterans Administration. Survivors: three cousins. The body will be cremated. A memorial service will take place later. Arrangements: Stanfill Funeral Home, Miami. George Artell Dennis, 65, died Thursday at Caritas Medical Center. He was a native of Waldo, Ark., a retired pharmaceutical salesman for the old A. H. Robinson Co. and William S. Merrill Co., and a member of Walnut Street Baptist Church. Survivors: his wife, the former Marilyn Powell; a daughter, Elaine Bryant of Irvine; a son, Mark Dennis of Lexington; his mother, Para-lee Dennis of Waldo; two brothers, Joseph L. Dennis of College Station, Texas, and Phillip Dennis of Pres-cott, Ark.; two sisters, Clara Wynn of Emerson, Ark., and Janice Threet of Little Rock, Ark.; and three grandchildren. Funeral: 9 a.m. Saturday, Owen Funeral Home, 5317 Dixie Highway. Burial: Bethany Memorial Cemetery. Visitation: 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Friday. Jimmy Andrew Dorsey, 46, formerly of Lebanon Junction, died Wednesday at Veterans Affairs Medical Center. He was an employee of Tim Taylor Co., a Navy veteran and a Baptist. Survivors: two sisters, Joan French of Shepherdsville and Joy Oder of Taylorsville; a brother, Jack Dorsey of Tampa, Fla.; and two stepchildren. Funeral: 8 p.m. Saturday, Hardy- LOUISVILLE James F. Beckley, 79 William B. Bolin, 80 Mary M. Calloway, 91 James F. Carlisle, 53 Charles W. Carter, 67 Mary Sauerman Cox, 84 George Artell Dennis, 65 Jimmy Andrew Dorsey, 46 Mattle Elizabeth Downs, 76 Cteo Alberta Emerson, 84 William H. Etzel, 95 Gladys P. Franklin, 83 Louis E. Himmelreich, 84 Wayne O. Jackson, 88 Florence Elizabeth James, 46 Royce D. Kessinger, 74 Charles William Knox, 71 Helen E. Medlin Betty L. Monday, 45 Vicki Lynn Purvis, 31 Willie Spears, 85 Harry Tucker, 71 Mrs. George J. Vggt, 90 Idah Bell Wathen, 70 Emma Jean Welch, 70 Indiana deaths, Page B3 Close Funeral Home, Shepherdsville. Cremation will follow. Visitation: 2-8 p.m. Saturday. Memorial gifts: American Heart Association. Mattie Elizabeth Downs, 76, died Tuesday at Transitional Health Services in Jeffersonville, Ind. She was a retired domestic worker and a member of the Apostolic Church in Santa Ana, Calif. Survivors: a son, Leonard Madison Jr. of Alachua, Fla.; two daughters, Velma Mullen and Earletta Bonner; a sister, Emma Mae Newby; five grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Funeral: 2 p.m. Saturday, Perry-man's Mortuary, 3237 W. Broadway. Burial: Green Meadows Memorial Cemetery. Visitation: noon-9 p.m. Friday. Cleo Alberta Emerson, 84, of Hemlock Court, died Wednesday at her home. She was a native of Bonnieville and a retired employee of the Jefferson County Board of Education. Survivors: three daughters, Shirley Emerson-Merriweather of Southfield, Mich., Carole Emerson and Karen Marshall. Funeral: noon Saturday, Emmanuel Baptist Church, 3815 W. Broadway. Burial: Zachary Taylor National Cemetery. Visitation: A. D. Porter & Sons Funeral Home, 1300 W. Chestnut St., 7-9 p.m. Friday. William H. Etzel, 95, formerly of Louisville, died Tuesday in Clearwater, Fla. He was a retired traffic manager for Louisville Tin & Stove Co. Survivors: a son, William A. Etzel; and a sister, Edna Hampton of Calvert City. Funeral: 11 a.m. Monday, Arch L. Heady Hikes Point Funeral Home, 4109 Taylorsville Road. Burial: Cave Hill Cemetery. Visitation: 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Sunday. Gladys P. Franklin, 83, died Wednesday at her home. She was the former Gladys Heaps, a native of Macon, Ga., a retired assistant to Dr. Walter Klein-stuber and a member of Order of Eastern Star Willis Stewart Chapter 343 and Rockford Lane Baptist Church. Survivors: a son, Gerald K. Franklin; a daughter, Mary Ann Springate of Harrodsburg; a brother, Billy Hornback of Simpsonville; nine grandchildren; and six greatgrandchildren. Funeral: 11 a.m. Saturday, Fern Creek Funeral Home, 5406 Bards-town Road. Entombment: . Rest-haven Mausoleum. Visitation: noon-9 p.m. Friday. Memorial gifts: Multiple Sclerosis Society. Louis E. Himmelreich, 84, formerly of Louisville, died Monday in Venice, Fla. He was a native of Chicago, retired vice president of the old H. J. Scheirich Co. and a member of Mission Valley Golf and Country Club in Laurel, Fla., and Venice-Koko-mus Elks Lodge. Survivors: his wife, Mary Jo Himmelreich; two daughters, Mary Ann O'Brien of Arlington Heights, 111., and Lucy Noone of Corvallis, Ore.; a son, Louis E. Himmelreich Jr. of Wilmington, Del.; two stepdaughters, Frances S. Norris of Raleigh, N. C, and Virginia S. Hibbs; and nine grandchildren. Memorial service: 9:30 a.m. Friday, Epiphany Cathedral, Venice. Arrangements: Lemon Bay Funeral Home, Venice. Memorial gifts: Manasota Lighthouse for the Blind, 7318 N. Ta-miami Trail, Sarasota, Fla. 34243; or the American Heart Association. Wayne O. Jackson, 88, formerly of Louisville, died Wednesday in Big Spring. He was a retired employee of General Mills and a member of Big Spring Baptist Church and Kentucky Horticulture Society. Paid obituaries, Page C 5 Survivors: a son, Charles W. Jackson of Brandenburg; two sisters, Lillian Jackson and Lora Schmidt; three grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Funeral: 11 a.m. Saturday, Nel-son-Edelen-Bennett Funeral Home, Vine Grove. Burial: Resthaven Memorial Park. Visitation: after 5 p.m. Friday. Florence Elizabeth James, 46, of 728 E. Jacob St., died there Wednesday. She was a former cook for The Brewery and Jay's Cafeteria. Survivors: her husband, Robert M. James; a son, Robert S. James; six stepsons, Curry Burks, Shansy Scott, Gerard Ellis, Andre Mosles and Denick and Dion Smith; two stepdaughters, Tasha Adams of Lexington and Shana James; her mother, Nannie B. Coward; four brothers, Isaac, Charles, Ulysses and Bronston Coward; four sisters, Annetta and Juanita Coward, Er-genia Booker and Kim Hayes; and 22 grandchildren. Funeral: 2 p.m. Saturday, Cable Baptist Church, 314 S. Wenzel St. Burial: Green Meadows Memorial Cemetery. Visitation: G. C. Williams Funeral Home, 1935 W. Broadway, noon-9 p.m. Friday. Royce D. Kessinger, 74, Shively, died Thursday at Alliant Medical Pavilion. He was a native of Hart County, a retired machinist for Reynolds Metals Co., an Air Force veteran of World War II and a Baptist. Survivors: three sons, Don Dalton and Mike and Jerry Kessinger; two daughters, Vicki Atcher and Pam Lozier; a brother, Hilman Kessinger of Cub Run; three sisters, Hazel Stanton of Lexington and Mable Childress and Beulah Craddock, both of Hart County; six grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Funeral: noon Saturday, W. G. Hardy Valley Funeral Home, 10907 Dixie Highway. Burial: Smith Cemetery, Cub Run. Visitation: 2-9 p.m. Friday. Charles William Knox, 71, died Thursday at his home. He was a native of Trimble County, a retired employee of Jefferson Proving Ground in Madison, Ind., and an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors: his wife, the former Harriet Lock; four daughters, Linda Marsh of. Carrollton, Eugenia Knox of Madison, Janet Brock and Judith Boulton; a brother, Allen Knox of Monroe, Mich.; eight grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Funeral: 2 p.m. Saturday, Tandy-Eckler-Riley Funeral Home, Carroll-ton. Burial: Ghent Masonic Cemetery, Carroll County. Visitation: 6-9 p.m. Friday. Helen E. Medlin died Wednesday at Baptist Hospital East. She was the former Helen E. Die-bold and a member of Queen's Daughters and Hunting Creek Country Club. Survivors: a son, Dr. Douglas Medlin of Chillicothe, Ohio; a brother, Albert C. Diebold of Indianapolis; and three grandchildren. Funeral: 10 a.m. Saturday, Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 501 Cherrywood Road. Burial: St. Michael Cemetery. Visitation: Ratter-man's, 3711 Lexington Road, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Friday. Memorial gifts: Mass of the Air. Betty L. Monday, 45, of Lyndon Lane Nursing Center, died there Thursday. She was the former Betty L. Prof-fitt, a native of Corbin and a former registered nurse. Survivors: a daughter, Heather Butler of Oneida, Tenn.; her mother, Nannie Proffitt of Corbin; a brother, Kenneth R. Proffitt of Corbin; two sisters, Patricia Tipton of Gray and Carolyn McDonald; and a granddaughter. Funeral: 2 p.m. Saturday, Corbin Funeral Home. Burial: Terrell & Hinkle Cemetery, Knox County. Visitation: 5-9 p.m. Friday. Vicki Lynn Purvis, 31, died Thursday at University of Louisville Hospital. She was a native of Columbus, Ind. Survivors: her mother, Linda M. Purvis of La Grange; her father, Edgar L. Purvis of Columbus; two sisters. Robyn J. Purvis and Deborah L. Peyton, both of La Grange; two brothers, Michael E. Purvis of Columbus and Gregory L. Purvis of La Grange; and a grandmother, Anbita Richey of Columbus. Funeral: 10 a.m. Saturday, Arch L. Heady Radcliffe Funeral Home, La Grange. Burial: Louisville Memorial Gardens West. Visitation: 5-9 p.m. Friday. Willie Spears, 85, of 1934 W. Madison St., died Wednesday at Jewish Hospital. He was a native of Atlanta and a retired employee of the city of Louisville. Survivors: his wife, the former Beatrice Lewis. Funeral: 11 a.m. Saturday, G. C. Williams Funeral Home, 1935 W. Broadway. Burial: Louisville Cemetery. Visitation: 7-9 p.m. Friday. Harry Tucker, 71, Pleasure Ridge Park, died Wednesday at Southwest Hospital. He was a native of Benton, a retired custodian for the Jefferson County Board of Education, an . Army veteran of World War II and a Baptist. Survivors: a son, John Rene Tucker; a stepson, Karl Jauernik; a stepdaughter, Brigitte Zimmerman; six grandchildren; and nine greatgrandchildren. Funeral: 10 a.m. Saturday, Owen Funeral Home, 5317 Dixie Highway. Burial: Louisville Memorial Gardens West. Visitation: 1-9 p.m. Friday. Mrs. George J. Vogt, 90, formerly of Emerald Drive, died Tuesday in Owensboro. She was the former Oreane Mun-day, a native of Daviess County, a retired saleswoman for Lane Bryant Co. and a member of the Moose Lodge and Immanuel Baptist Church. Survivors: a grandson, William L. Rasche Jr. of Lacey, Wash., and a niece, Carrie Belcher of Owensboro, both of whom cared for her; and three great-grandchildren. Funeral: i0:30 a.m. Saturday, Russman & Sons Funeral Home, 1041 Goss Ave. Burial: Evergreen Cemetery. Visitation: after 8 a.m. Saturday. Idah Bell Wathen, 70, Valley Station, died Thursday at her home. She was the former Idah Spaulding, a native of Oklahoma, a retired custodian for the Jefferson County Board of Education and a Catholic. Survivors: a son, Craig F. Wathen Sr.; three brothers, Gene and Pat Spaulding, both of Oklahoma, and Joe Spaulding of Texas; two sisters, Mary Blackwell of Oklahoma and Gaye Guilford of Oregon; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. The body was cremated. Arrangements: Arch L. Heady Dixie Highway Funeral Home. Emma Jean Welch, 70, of 2819 W. Jefferson St., died Wednesday at Jewish Hospital. She was a native of Nashville, Tenn., a retired employee of Jewish Hospital and a member of West End Baptist Church. Survivors: her husband, James M. Welch. Funeral: 11 a.m. Saturday, A. D. Porter & Sons Funeral Home, 1300 W. Chestnut St. Burial: Highland Memory Gardens, Mount Washington. Visitation: 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Friday. KENTUCKY DEATHS ALBANY Owen Washington DeRossett, 71; Victoria H. Head, 80 AUBURN Scott Smith, 90 BEAVER DAM Hazel Mae Brown, 92 BEDFORD Flora M. Jackson, 80 BELFRY Myrtle Blankenship, 93; Floyd Sullivan, 78; Gomie Thacker, 82 BOWLING GREEN Ada M. Belcher, 99; Jerry D. Meadors, 54 BURKESVILLE James Edward Booher, 85 CADIZ Darrell Wallace, 41 CAMPBELLSVILLE Mattie Mardis. 81; Del-bert Moore, 54; William Herbert Scott, infant son of Gary and Alicia Scott CARROLLTON Clarence Edward Saner, 76 COLUMBIA Virgil Melton, 81; Mitchell Stone, 62 DANVILLE Jessie Raymond Carter, 71; Jay H. Franklin, 71 EVARTS Shirley Bruce, 57 FRANKFORT Elizabeth Wilson Riddell, 74; Florence Garrard Wilson South FRANKLIN Glenn Richartdson, 70 GLASGOW Norma Powell. 87 GREENSBURG Thomas Ray Judd, 37 GREENVILLE Cora M. Butler. 87 HARLAN James A. Saylor, 57 HODGENVILLE Richard Brown Milby, 76, Gerald Paul Talbott, 40 HOPKINSVILLE j- Dorothy Mae Caldwell. 42. Margaret Peterson Thorpe, 69 HYDEN Prudence Watts, 58 IRVINE George W. Imhoff, 73; Ryan Jason Ross. 24 KIMPER The Rev. John Pinson, 74 LEITCHFIELD Wanda Rae Head Kinser, 70 LEWISBURG Alvin Thomas, 66 LEXINGTON Marley W. Dunn, 64; Moysey Orlov, 101; Ernest W. Sammons Sr., 62 MADISONVILLE Hairon Glen Green, 52 MANCHESTER Bertie Grubb, 92: Orra Jewel Mosley, 31 MAYSVILLE Robert F Cooper. 44, and Charles S. Cosper, 23 McKEE Dora Cox, 79 MUNFORDVILLE Josie Thompson Bratcher, 88; The Rev. William Clifton Hayes, 45; Charles Arthur Lee, 82 MYRA Lula Burke Williams, 93 PADUCAH Luke Joel Casey, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. David Casey; Mabel Rikel, 90 PAINTSVILLE Laura Fleming Grass, 65. Maggie Wells Collins, 76 PRINCETON Ruth Hensley. 89 RADCLIFF Rose L. Szelewicki, 78 RICHMOND Edna "Jo" Million, 78 RUSSELLVILLE Will Lack. 73 SPRINGFIELD Phillip Gerard Hamilton, 32 TOMPKINSVILLE Albert Max Hickman, 79 WHITLEY CITY Lucy Perry, 69; Floss e Puckett, 83 Human skeleton encased in concrete discovered CHICAGO (AP) A human skeleton encased in -concrete in a bathtub was found in the basement of a vacant apartment building. Building rehabber and landscaper Chris Archer, who found the body Monday, said he smelled a "very, very bad odor" last week when a cleaning crew turned the bathtub over out of curiosity. "I told the owner there was something dead in there," Archer said. "Who in their right mind fills a bathtub with concrete?" He and building owner Tony Hearn began chiseling at the concrete. When they found a skull, they called police. Police and firefighters used a sledgehammer and a crowbar to break off enough concrete to get the block out of the building and to the medical examiner's office. The skeleton was clad in a winter coat. Authorities said it was impossible to immediately determine sex and age. An autopsy was scheduled. I

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