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The Gleaner from Henderson, Kentucky • A2

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The Gleaneri
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Henderson, Kentucky
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Robert E. 67 Henderson 14-Mar Tomblinson Funeral Home LeeRay 90 Henderson 18-Mar Tomblinson Funeral Home TamraRenee Gamble Funeral Home Rhea, BrandyNichole 40 Henderson 14-Mar Home Additional information in display obituaries Obituaries appear in print and online at www.legacy.com/obituaries/CourierPress OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES Name Age Town, State Death Date Arrangements HENDERSON Rob- ert E. Bumpus passed in his home in Henderson, KY on March 14, 2020 at the age of 67. Robbie is survived by his father, R. L.

Bumpus of Corydon, his brother Jeff Bumpus of Corydon, his daughter Devin Elise Alderson of Henderson, four grandchildren, his companion Elaine Harris and a multitude of other family and friends. He is preceded in death by his mother, Joyce Bumpus. Robbie was born on July 20, 1952 in Hender- son, KY to R.L and Joyce Bumpus. He worked for Accuride in Henderson for 22 years. He then owned and operated his own business, ALCO and until retirement.

Robbie was a KY Colonel, a member of the of Legion Post and Moose Lodge He enjoyed spending time with his family and grandchildren, watching KY Basketball, playing pool and playing golf every chance he could. In order to adhere to the guidelines set by the state government, services will be private. A cel- ebration of life will be held at a later date. Arrangements are entrusted to Tomblinson Funeral Home, Henderson Chapel. Online condolences may be shared at www.

tomblinsonfuneralhome.com or by calling the funeral home. All messages given will be forward- ed to the family. Robert E. Bumpus Funeral Service for Tamra Renee Harvey will be Saturday, March 21, 2020 at 12:00 noon at Seventh Street Bap- tist Church. Visitation will be Saturday, 10.00 a.m.

until time of ser- vice at the Church. Burial will be at Fern- wood Cemetery. She was born April 11, 1957 in Henderson to the late Alonzo and Ruth Arnett Harvey. Survi- vors-Children-Shar- (Pierre) Harvey, Tyrone (Thomasine) Harvey of Henderson, KY. Siblings-BeLinda (Solomon) Dudley, Rev.

Gayla Gilbert, An- gela (Robert) Brown, all of Henderson, KY. 5 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren. Tamra Renee Harvey HENDERSON Lee Ray Echols, 90, of Hender- son, passed away on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 at Lucy Smith King Care Center. He was born in Henderson County on Decem- ber 17, 1929 to the late J.C. and Ruby Echols.

He was a member of Cairo United Methodist Church in Henderson, Rizpah Shrine of Madi- sonville, KY and the Jerusalem Masonic Lodge No. 9 in Henderson. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Lois Echols, sister, Evelyn Sallee and brother, Bub Echols. He is survived by his children, Curtis Ryan Echols and wife, Shelia of Henderson and Vicki Lee Echols of Cairo; nieces, nephews and a huge church family. A private graveside service will be officiated by Rev.

John Choi. Burial will be at Fairmont Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Hal Baggerly, Wes Baggerly, Bill Gary, Matt Baggerly, Roger Caton and Aaron Caton. Honorary pallbearers will be Mark Sellars, Carl Sellars, Dorris Edward Givens, Jodie Heierman, Tim Barber, Jay Sallee and Ronnie Eblen. Memorial contributions may take the form of donations to Cairo United Methodist Church, St.

Hospice Shriners Hospitals for Children. Online condolences may be shared at www. tomblinsonfuneralhome.com or by calling the funeral home. All messages given will be forward- ed to the family. Lee Ray Echols Obituaries Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.

From a Headstone in Ireland Stephen Christoper Death is not the end it is simply walking out of the physical form and into the spirit realm, which is our true home. going back home. 2A THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 2020 THE GLEANER Customer service To view important information online related to your subscription, visit aboutyoursubscription.thegleaner.com. You can also manage your subscription at account.thegleaner.com. Contact The Gleaner for questions or to report issues via email at or 1-844-900-7104.

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Contact us Customer Service Newsroom Advertising 812-464-7678 Obituaries 812-461-1200, option 2 Postal information The Gleaner, USPS is published Tuesday through Sunday at 455 Klutey Park Plaza Drive, Henderson, KY 42420. Periodicals postage paid at Henderson, KY 42420. Postmaster: Send address changes to Customer Service, PO Box 62670, San Angelo, TX 76906. MARCH SCHOLAR Mary Claire Forker, 10, is Scholar for March 2020. She is the daughter of Dawn Kale Forker and is in 5th grade.

FURNISHED NMS STUDENTS OF MONTH The North Middle School February 2020 Students of the Month are, front row from left, Serenity Skinner, Racey Adair, Raul Montero Velazquez, Kaya Morrow, Cali Cannon, and Logan Parrish. Front row from left, Austin McHatton, Draven Jones, Elizabeth Scott, Madison Bean, Clayton Brown, and Lucas Johnson. FURNISHED 3-year-old boy seriously wounded by in Kentucky LEXINGTON A 3-year-old boy was seriously wounded by at a Ken- tucky residence, police said. The shooting was reported Tuesday afternoon in Lexington, news outlets re- ported. Emergency crews took the wounded boy to a hospital.

He life-threatening wounds, police spokeswoman Brenna Angel told the Lexington Herald-Leader. No further information was immedi- ately released. Bridge near Louisville airport scheduled to be replaced LOUISVILLE Crew were scheduled to begin work this month to replace a bridge near the Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport, Kentucky transportation said. The bridge on Grade Lane over Northern Ditch in County will close for 90 days beginning on March 30, the Kentucky Transportation Cab- inet said in a statement. Signs are post- ed in the area to notify drivers of the clo- sure.

The 70-year-old span carries about 10,000 vehicles each day. The project is part of the Transporta- tion Bridging Kentucky pro- gram. The statewide initiative seeks to re- open closed bridges and improve exist- ing spans enough to remove weight re- strictions that prevent use by larger ve- hicles such as school buses. The project could be delayed depend- ing on weather conditions, said. Associated Press STATE BRIEFS.

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