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2D REGION MESSENGER-INQUIRER, Friday, June 4, 1993 i. Obituaries Janie L. Basham Janie L Basham, 79, of 132 High St, Maceo, died Thursday, June 3, 1993, at Hillcrest Health Care Center in Owensboro. She was born in Maceo and was a member of Maceo United Methodist Church. She was the daughter of the late Wallace and Cedelia Young Powers. Survivors include her husband, J.C. Basham; a daughter, Mrs. H.C. (Edna) Colbert of Lewisport; two grandchildren, Ricky Colbert - and Brenda Fullenwider, both of Lewisport; three greatgrandchildren; and four sisters, Lillian Bellew of Lees-burg, Fla., and Avery Mitchell, Jessie Thomas Basham and Louise Phillips, all of Owensboro. Z Services are at 1 p.m. Saturday at James H. Davis Fu-neral Home. Burial in Owensboro Memorial Gardens. Visitation from 2-8 p.m. today and after 9 a.m. Saturday - at the funeral home. Z Curtis Grundy :S GREENVILLE Curtis Grundy, 55, of Route 1, ; Greenville, died Wednesday, June 2, 1993, at Muhlenberg Community Hospital. He was born in Muhlenberg County and was a self-employed timber worker. Survivors include his wife, Debbie Grundy; three sons, Curtis Wayne Grundy and Richard Grundy, both of Greenville, and Brad Grundy of Route 1, Greenville; four "'; daughters, Angela Gibson of Graham, Brenda Williams of Depoy, Milenda Harper of White Plains and Sheena Blakley of Cadiz; two stepsons, Calvin and Bryan So-mine, both of Route 1, Greenville; six grandchildren; two brothers, Jerry Grundy of Greenville and Carroll Grundy of Bremen; and two sisters, Doris Cessna of Central City and Jo Ann Russ of Bremen. Services are at 1 p.m. Saturday at Gary's Funeral . , Home, Greenville. Burial in Gish Cemetery, Bremen. Visitation from 5-9 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home. Curtis Isom HAWESVILLE Curtis Isom, 78, formerly of Route 1, Hawesville, died Saturday, May 29, 1993, in Corpus Christi, Texas. He was born in Hancock County, was a boilermaker with union Local No. 374 before retiring, and was a member, deacon and trustee of Dukes Cumberland Presbyterian Church and a member of Local No. 533 of the Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America Union. He was the grandson of the late Judge William B. Spencer of Hancock County. His wife, Virginia Isom, died Aug. 23, 1970. Survivors include a son, Donald Isom of Aransas Pass, Texas; a daughter, Barbara Isom Campbell of Evansville; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; two brothers, Paul Isom of Charlestown, Ind., and John Isom of Dayton, Ohio; two sisters, Martine Isom Shearn of Lewisport and Faye Isom-O'Brien of Sorgho; and several nieces and nephews. Services are at 3 p.m. Saturday at Gibson and Son Funeral Home, Hawesville. Burial in Mount Eden Cemetery near Hawesville. Visitation after 6 p.m. today at the funeral home. Albert David Jeffries SACRAMENTO Albert David Jeffries, 86, of Route 1, Sacramento, died Thursday, June 3, 1993, at Muhlenberg Community Hospital in Greenville. He was born in Evansville; was a tailor; and was a member of the Methodist Temple in Evansville, Lessing Lodge, Scottish Rite and the Shriners. He was active in the Bosse High School Booster Club in Evansville and a member of the Barber Shoppers for many years. Survivors include his wife of 66 years, Olive Rogers Jeffries; two daughters, Barbara Wetmer Gordon of Toledo, Ohio, and Joy Skelton of Blytheville, Ark.; five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Eunice Wallish of Indianapolis and Evelyn Har-wood of Hammond, Ind. Graveside services are at 1 p.m. Saturday at Oak Hill Cemetery in Evansville. Masonic rites will be held at graveside. Visitation from 4-7 p.m. today at Tucker Memorial Chapel in Sacramento. Roy Ray Noffsinger CENTRAL CITY - Roy Ray Noffsinger, 80, of Route 1, Central City, died Wednesday, June 2, 1993, at Muhlenberg Community Hospital in Greenville. He was born in Muhlenberg County, was a coal miner for Island Creek Coal Co. before retiring, and was a member of Cedar Grove Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Gladys Noffsinger; four sons, Jerry, Wayne, Don and Tommy Noffsinger, all of Central City; four daughters, Betty Patton and Susie La-Raviere, both of Oak Lawn, 111., and Carol Elitcer and June Pressley, both of Central City; 28 grandchildren; a stepgrandchild; three foster grandchildren; 18 greatgrandchildren; a stepgreat-grandchild; a brother, Harold Noffsinger of Crown Point, Ind. ; and two sisters, Ma-ble Bryce of Cornwall, Tenn., and Thelma Gaston of Oak Lawn, 111. Services are at 2:30 p.m. today at Tucker Funeral Home, Central City. Burial in Mount Pisgah Cemetery in Muhlenberg County. Visitation until time of services today at the funeral home. Michael K. Pahon Michael K. Pahon, 78, of 1915 Lewis Lane, Owensboro, died Tuesday, June 1, 1993, at Mercy Hospital. He was born in Imperial, Pa., and was retired from Green River Steel Corp. He attended St John United Methodist Church and was a member of Mercy Hospital's Golden-care club and the Green River Steel Credit Union. He was the son of the late Charles and Anna Vansisks Pahon. Survivors include his wife, Kathryn F. Pahon; two brothers, Alex Pahon of Girard, Ohio, and William Pahon of Cortland, Ohio; five sisters, Kathryn Perry, Betty Denman, Mildred Brainard, Nancy Downing and Florence Hutton, all of Cortland; and several nieces and . nephews. Services are at 1 p.m. today at Baumgardner Funeral Home, Kinsman, Ohio. Burial in Kinsman Cemetery in Trumbull County, Ohio. Visitation from noon to 1 p.m. today at Baumgardner Funeral Home. Glenn Funeral Home in Owensboro was in charge of local arrangements. James Gordon Sandefur BEAVER DAM James Gordon Sandefur, 58, of 591 Kentucky 62 East, Beaver Dam, died Wednesday, June 2, 1993, at Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital. He was born in Ohio County, was a self-employed painter and was retired from Peabody Coal Co. He operated the Kerns Bread truck for many years in the area and was a member of McHenry Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Lois Sandefur; two sons, Kevin Sandefur of Beaver Dam and Dennis Sandefur of Owensboro. Services are at 2 p.m. Saturday at William L. Danks Funeral Home, Beaver Dam. Burial in Sunnyside Cemetery, Beaver Dam. Visitation from 3-9 p.m. today and after 9 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home. Daryl F.'DJ.' Taylor Jr. FALLS OF ROUGH - Daryl Franklin "D.J." Taylor Jr., 5, of Falls of Rough, died Wednesday, June 2, 1993, at Breckinridge Memorial Hospital in Hardinsburg. He was born in Grayson County. Survivors include his parents, Daryl and Betty Taylor; his grandparents, Charles Phillips Jr. and Wanda PhilliDS of Glen Dean and Merle "Bucky" and Pauline White of Route 2, Leitchfield; great-grandparents, Frank and Maggie Hale of Falls of Rough, Charles and Betty Phillips of Glen Dean, Roy Lucas of Glen Dean and Car-vin and MaDonna White of Route 3, Hardinsburg; two great-great-grandmothers, Laura Hale of McQuady and Bertha Bishop of Elizabethtown; a brother, Phillip Lee Taylor of Falls of Rough; and several aunts and uncles. Services are at 1 p.m. Saturday at Goshen Baptist Church in Glen Dean. Burial in Glen Dean Cemetery. Visitation after 2 p.m. today at Trent-Dowell Funeral Home in Hardinsburg. (Story, Page IB) Funerals Bethel, Ezma, 93, of North Main Street, Greenville, tiied Tuesday at Belle Meade Home in Greenville. Services are at 2 p.m. today at Gary's Funeral Home, Greenville. Burial in New Cypress Cemetery, Route 4, Greenville. Visitation from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at the funeral home. Brown, Buddy Wade, 53, of Hammond, Ind., formerly of Powderly, died Tuesday at St Margaret Hospital in Hammond. Services are at 1 p.m. today at Tucker Funeral Home, Central City. Burial in Old Bethel Cemetery in Muhlenberg County. Visitation after 10 a.m. today at the funeral home. Buchanan, Charles H., 36, of Cadiz, formerly of Sebree, died Friday, May 7, from injuries received in a motorcycle-pickup truck accident on Kentucky 272 near Hopkinsville. A graveside memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at Springdale Cemetery in Sebree. Friends may call at the cemetery at 12:30 p.m. Saturday. Douglas, William Edward "Finney" Sr., 48, of 2429 W. Seventh St, Owensboro, died Saturday at Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital. Services are at 11 a.m. Saturday at Tenth Street Missionary Baptist Church. Burial in Owensboro Memorial Gardens. Visitation from 6-8 p.m. today at McFarland Funeral Home. King, Anna D., 85, of Rockport, Ind., died Tuesday at Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital. Services are at 1 p.m. today at Boultinghouse Funeral Home, Rockport Burial in Sunset Hill Cemetery in Rockport Visitation at the funeral home. Roberts, Esther "Jane," 82, of Eureka, Ind., died Tuesday at her home. Services are at 2:30 p.m. today at Boultinghouse Funeral Home, Rockport, Ind. Burial in James Parker Cemetery in Hatfield, Ind. Visitation at the funeral home. Spencer, S.L. "Sim," 81, of 623 Shelborn Drive, Owensboro, died Wednesday at Mercy Hospital. Services are at 1 p.m. today at James H. Davis Funeral Home. Burial in Elmwood Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral home. The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of donations to the Oneida Baptist Institute, P.O. Box 67, Oneida, Ky. 40972. i ; i ' i i , i , i , i 3 4 3 Police Reports The following listing was compiled from reports to area law-enforcement agencies: Owensboro Police Anthony Wayne Henry, 22, 817 E. Sixth St; Wilbert Joseph Stra-chan, 37, 531 Bolivar St; and Kenneth Adam Stodghill, 23, who lists an address at the Daviess County Detention Center, were charged with second-degree burglary Thursday. They were accused of breaking into a home May 20 in the 700 block of East 21st Street. Ted Allen Williams, 34, of 4154 Kentucky 142, was charged Wednes day with five counts of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud. A cash register worth $399 and $60 in cash were stolen Thursday during a burglary at Elegant Accents, 217 Williamsburg Square. Nothing was taken during a break-in Thursday at Whitaker-Sta-vis Construction Co., 2785 Veach Road. Cash totaling $15 was stolen during a burglary Thursday at Ken's Barbering and Styling, 2767 Veach Road, while nothing was taken during a break-in next door at Nova Meter Service. Cash, jewelry and other items worth $500 were reported stolen Wednesday during the past month in the 2200 block of East 19th Street Entertainment equipment worth $700 was reported stolen Wednesday from the 600 block of Orchard Street. Cash totaling $340 was stolen Wednesday from a home in the 500 block of East Fourth Street but later recovered. Nothing was taken during a burglary Wednesday from the Dr. Stephen Lee dental office at 2014 TriplettSt The Courts Daviess Circuit Court Div. 1, Judge Joseph McKinleyJr. Final sentencings David Jeffery Estes, 22, of 5373 Dee Acres Drive, Philpot, was sentenced Thursday to one year in prison. He pleaded guilty May 24 to a felony charge of theft. Wendell Lee Griffith Jr., 29, of 715 Allen St., was sentenced Thursday to two years in prison. He pleaded guilty May 13 to two counts of sexual abuse in the first degree. Cary Joe Newton, 31, of 1012 W. First St was sentenced Thursday to . three years on probation. He pleaded guilty May 14 to a charge of sexual abuse in the first degree. Newton also will be required to attend and complete a sexual abuse counseling program as directed by the Office of Probation and Parole. Div. 2, Judge Robert Short Final sentencing John James Irwin Jr., also known as John Heck, 41, of Cincinnati was sentenced Thursday to 10 years in prison. He pleaded guilty May 6 to 22 counts of theft by deception and one count of theft of services. ,t- TTfc 1 1 1 Ai RlPi' ' Headquarters We have the perfect birthday gifts for children of all ages. We Offer FREE Gift Wrapping Birthday Gift Registry TOYS Remembered Wesleyan Park Plaza Mon.-Sat. 10am-6pm 926-0661 BRIEFS Man sues gun distributor A man injured a year ago when a muzzleloader he was firing blew up in his face is suing the manufacturer, distributor and the man who let him borrow the gun. James Robert Mattingly of 711 Greenbriar St was sent to intensive care June 7, 1992, after the .36-caliber rifle's breech exploded, causing damage to his face and eye. The accident happened at the home of the gun's owner, Bobby Moore of 7864 Kentucky 81. Mattingly and his wife, Betty, filed suit in Daviess Circuit Court against Numrich Arms, a New York company, and Dixie Gun Works, a Union City, Tenn., company, for either designing, manufacturing, assembling or distributing the gun that Mattingly claims was defective. He also is suing Moore for From staff reports acting in a "careless and negligent manner by providing said rifle" to Mattingly, according to the lawsuit, which offers only one side of the dispute. Man stabbed An Owensboro man was stabbed in the leg Wednesday after apparently arguing with his girlfriend. Maurice White, 24, of 705 Walnut St., whose nickname is "Peanut," was involved in a disturbance with his girlfriend at 2136 E. 19th St about 3:30 p.m. Wednesday when he was stabbed in the right thigh, an Owensboro Police report said. No one had been arrested Thursday. White, a standout tailback for the Owensboro High School state champion football team in 1986, was treated Wednesday at Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital and released. USDA commodities will be distributed 8 30 50 70 Everyday Markdowns 684-9679 Lincoln Mall Owensboro, KY IOPEN DAILY 9-9. SUNDAY 1-5: Messenger-Inquirer Audubon Area Community Services Inc. will distribute USDA commodities Tuesday and Thursday in Daviess County. 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