Falmouth Outlook, August 26, 2003
Browning, 65, of Falmouth, Ky.,
passed away on August 19, 2003 at his home.
He was born on June 19, 1938, son of the
late William Washington and Flora Clayton
Browning. He was married to Barbara Rigg
Browning on July 11, 1974, and his dear wife
survives his passing.
Mr. Browning received a Bachelors degree
from Eastern Kentucky University and a
Mas-ters degree from Georgetown College. He
was a school teacher for 30 years, mostly
with Grants Lick School in Campbell County,
a farmer, President of the Pendleton County
Retired Teachers, President of the Northern
Kentucky District Retired Teachers, and a
former member of the Pendleton County School
Board for eight years. He was a member and
elder of the Oakland Christian Church. He
was also the choir director, Sunday school
teacher and Secretary of the Cemetery Board.
“He stood for what was good and right and
uplifting. He was impeccably honest,” said
former Pendleton County School Su-perintendent
Owen Collins. “He was friendly and outgoing,
with a half-chuckle, half-laugh that was
infectious and endearing to people.
“He was very influential in the church and
was extremely conscientious about his duties
on the school board,” said Collins. “He was
a great supporter of schools.”
“One of his special qualities was his
hospitality. He enjoyed having company at
his home, and he made you feel welcome and
comfortable. He liked for you to loosen your
tie, slip off your shoes and enjoy
yourself,” Collins added.
Mr. Browning is survived by his wife,
Barbara; two sons, Will Clayton and Paul
Stuart Browning, both of Falmouth; and two
grandsons, Caleb Andrew and Elijah Clayton
He was preceded in death by one sister,
Virginia Arnold; and three brothers, Carl,
William and Ralph Browning.
Funeral services were held on Saturday,
August 23 at 2 p.m. at the Oakland Christian
Church in Pendleton County. Officiating the
service was Bro. John Byard, Bro. Eudell
Hall. Bro. Wally Rendel, and Bro. Chuck
Music was shared by the Oak-land Christian
Church Choir, Becky Fogle, Michael Cummins,
Kenny Speakes, and Gene Koons. Kaye Johnting
and Kathy Aulick shared music on the piano
Pallbearers for the service were Larry King,
Dale Prebble, Paul Wolfe, Gerald Fields,
Michael Cummins, Mark Wilder, Billy Wilson
and Brud Crawford. Honorary pallbearers were
Dr. Owen Collins, Herman Fields, Melvin
Crawford, Ben Browning, Carol Houchen, Edwin
King, Bernice Aulick, Don Jackson and Bruce
Gosney. Also serving as honorary pallbearers
were the Oakland Christian Church Deacons
and Board of Trustees; Steve Harper, Larry
Aulick, David Monroe, Barry Cordray, Larry
Florence, Ricky Figgins, Keith Herron, Henry
Bertram, Donnie Bowles, Melvin Ramsey, Terry
Logan and Roscoe Antrobus.
Interment took place in the Oakland
Cemetery, Pendleton County. Woodhead Funeral
Home in Falmouth served the family.
Memorial contributions are suggested to the
Lonny Browning Music Fund, c/o Oakland
Christian Church, 5161 Milford Road,
Falmouth, KY 41040.
Record, 95, of Flour Creek Road,
Butler, Ky., passed away Sunday, August 25,
2003 at her home. She was born in Pendleton
County on January 28, 1908. Mrs. Record was
a homemaker and a member of Eastside Park
She was married to Roy R. “Peck” Record, and
he preceded her in death on September 20,
Survivors include son, Allen Record of
Dover, Del.; daughter, Brenda Maxedon of
Butler, Ky.; and 18 grandchildren.
Visitation will be held from 4-8 p.m.
Wednesday, August 27 at Peoples Funeral Home
in Butler. Funeral services will be held at
11 a.m. Thursday, August 28 at Eastside Park
Christian Church. Interment will be in Peach
Grove Cemetery, Pendleton County.
Wells, 66, of Williamstown, Ky.,
passed away Tuesday, August 19, 2003, at St.
Elizabeth Medical Center South, in Edgewood,
Wells was a retired truck driver for Grant
County Foods, Dry Ridge, Ky., for 25 years
and also a member of the St. William
Catholic Church of Williamstown, Ky.
Survivors include:wife, Lydia Hisle Wells,
of Williamstown, Ky., sons, Kevin Ray Wells,
of Williamstown, Ky., Jerry Patrick Wells,
Corinth, Ky., stepsons, Douglas Allen Hunt,
Crittenden, Ky., Craig Hunt, Burlington,
Ky., Bryan Hunt, Paris, Ky., daughters,
Diana Lynn Smith, Jonesville, Ky., Nancy Ann
Roberts, Lake Orion, Mich., Michelle Wilson,
Falmouth, and Donna Sue Coffman, of Dry
Ridge, Ky., brothers, Donald Ray Wells,
Williamstown, Ky., Everett Eugene Wells,
Walton, Ky., and one sister, Dorothy Lee
Kohake, Edgewood, Ky, 16 grandchildren and 1
Mr. Wells was raised by his aunt, Alleen
Ducker, of Williamstown, Ky., and he was
proceeded in death by his wife, Patricia
Ann, in 1995.
Visitation was held at the Eckler-Hudson
Funeral Home on Thursday, Aug. 21, between
the hours of 6-9 p.m. and Mass of Christian
Burial was held at the St. William Church,
Williamstown, Ky., on Friday, Aug. 22nd at
11 a.m.Interment was held in the Mason
Cemetery, Mason, Ky. Memo-rials are
suggested to the American Legion Hall, 1106
North Main St. Williamstown, Ky., 41097
Falmouth Outlook, September 3, 2003
58, of Falmouth, Ky., passed away Friday,
August 29, 2003 at University of Kentucky
Medical Center in Lexington.
Barbara was born in Shelbyville, Ind., on
February 21, 1945. She was the daughter of
the late Robert William and Margaret Biery.
She was a retired daycare operator at
Falmouth Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by a sister, Opel
Survivors include son, Tony Crook, Falmouth;
brother, Robert W. Biery Jr.; Falmouth;
sisters, Dorothy Shearer, Falmouth; Virginia
Pittman, Shelbyville, Ind., and Linda Ruth
Pittman, Falmouth; four grandchildren, Angel
Elliott, Zachary Crook, Sean Crook and
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m.
Tuesday, September 2 at Peoples Funeral
Home, Fal-mouth. Visitation will be one hour
before service. Interment will be in Shearer
Family Cemetery under the direction of
Peoples Funeral Home, Fal-mouth.
Memorial contributions are suggested to the
Falmouth Bap-tist Church, Fourth St.,
Falmouth, KY 41040
Raymond Campbell, 78, of
Zephyrhills, Fla., formerly of Butler, Ky.,
passed away August 17, 2003 after an
He was born in Hazard, Ky. on August 21,
1924 to Charles and Susan (Caldwell)
He is survived by his wife Ruth Meinach
Campbell, one daughter Judy (Dan) Jed of
Bowling Green, Ky., two sons Randal Keith
(Debbie) Campbell, Oklahoma City, Oka. and
Bobby (Lilce) Campbell of Mulberry, Fla. One
son Billy Ray Campbell of Brooksville, Ky.
preceded him in death. He leaves seven
grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. A
brother Woolery Campbell of Tampa, Fla.
He was retired from the U.S. Army, serving
in World War II and retired from General
Motors in Norwood, Ohio.
He was an active member of Trinity United
Methodist Church in Zephyrhills and a member
of the American Legion and Masonic Lodge.
Funeral services were held on August 21,
2003 at the Wittfield Funeral Home Chapel
with the Rev. A.C. Bryant and Rev. Milton
He was laid to rest in the Garden of
Memories Cemetery in Tampa with full
military services provided by an Army post
from Savannah, Georgia.
Ray was an avid sports fan and was a golfer.
He took pride in the fact that Tim Couch
from the Cleveland Browns was his great
nephew. He will be sadly missed by his
family and many friends.
Theodore Pruiett, 73, of DeMossville,
passed away Wednesday, August 27, 2003 at
St. Elizabeth Medical Center in
Williamstown, Ky. A retired steelworker for
Interlake Steel in Newport. A Korean War
veteran, 32nd degree Mason Lodge 808, a life
time member of the D.A.V., and a member of
Unity Baptist Church in DeMossville, Ky.
Survivors include his wife, Betty Pruiett;
daughter, Cynthia Perkins and son, Benny
“Peanut” Pruiett Jr., both of DeMossville;
two step-sons, Jeffrey and Mark Painter of
Bellevue, Ky,; brother, Leroy Pruiett of Dry
Ridge; 8 grandchildren and 13
Funeral service will be Wednesday, September
3 at Fares J. Radel Funeral Home in Highland
Heights. Visitation will be at the funeral
home Tuesday, Sept. 2 from 5 till 8 p.m.
with a Masonic service starting at 7:30 p.m.
Interment will be in Evergreen Cemetery in
Memorials may be made to the Unity Baptist
Church Building Fund, 1486 Jagg Road,
DeMossville, Ky., 41033.
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