Roy Linton Holbert, 79
|Sylvia Jean Cecil Bullock, 69
Sylvia Jean Cecil Bullock, age 69 of Howardstown, died early Friday
morning at the Sunrise Manor Nursing Home in Hodgenville. She was born
August 6, 1941 to the Late Alfred and Patricia Savetski Cecil, and her
adoptive parents Linn (Jake) and Elizabeth Stiles Howard. She
was a life long member of the St. Ann’s Catholic Church and a former Choir
director of her Church. She was a retired secretary at AmeriGas in New
Sylvia is survived by her Husband, Tom Bullock and (2) daughters Laura
(Hobie) Huff of Howardstown, and Susan French of Summersville.; (1) brother,
Uriel Cecil of College Park, MD.; (9) grandchildren also survive.
The Funeral Service will be at 11:00 AM Monday April 18th at the St.
Ann’s Catholic Church in Howardstown with Fr. Ken Fortener as celebrant.Visitation
will begin at 2:00 pm until 8 pm Sunday and again at 9 am on Monday at
the Joseph L Greenwell Funeral Home in New Haven, A prayer
service will be held at 6 pm on Sunday by Deacon Eddie Hutchins at
the Funeral Home.
Contributions to the St. Ann Cemetery Fund, 7490 Howardstown Rd, New
Haven Ky 40051.
|William Robert "Billy" Price Jr., 49
William Robert “Billy” Price Jr. 49, formerly of Culvertown, passed away
Wednesday, March 30, 2011 at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in
Billy was born and raised in Culvertown Ky by the late William
Robert “Tarbaby” and Muzetta Norman Price. He was a former employee of
Go Chevrolet in Danville as a mechanic and a Baptist by faith.
He was preceded in death by his parents and (2) brothers Joseph Timothy
and Mark Elliott Price.
Billy is survived by the love of his life, Mary Russell of Stanford
Ky and her (3) children, Jesse, Keith and Sara Russell, and 2 grandchildren.
(3) sisters; Debbie Smith of Bardstown, Patty Johnson of Raywick, and Connie
Price of New Hope. (1) Brother, Donnie Price of Boston Ky. Aunts, uncles
and many Nieces and nephews also survive.
Visitation will begin at 2 pm till 8 pm Saturday and again at 9:00 am
on Sunday at the Joseph L Greenwell Funeral Home in New Haven.
The Funeral Service will be at 2 pm Sunday April 3, 2011 at the
First Baptist Church in New Haven with Bro. Darrell Goodlett presiding.
Burial will be in the Riverview Cemetery in New Haven.
|LaVerne Snellen Boone
LaVerne Snellen Boone, a long-time resident of New Haven, Kentucky,
died Friday January 28th, 2011. LaVerne was a devout Catholic, a devoted
wife and mother, an avid nature lover, antique collector and enjoyed living
in New Haven’s community among friends and her family.Most of all she enjoyed
spending time with her husband, Harold, the father of her six children.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Edna Rogers Snellen and Vernon
Snellen; Sister Elizabeth; and brothers, Deward, Nolan and Junior. She
is survived by her beloved husband, Harold; her daughter, Mrs. Charlotte
Head; son, Mike and his four children Anna, Sarah, Amanda and Michael;
Son , Pat and his wife Bettye Jo and their three children, Patrick, Therese
and Erica; Daughter, Joan Boone , and her daughter Sarah; Son, John and
his wife Diane; and son, Chris and his wife Kim and their two sons, Scott
and Matthew; as well as her dear sister, Monica Duff, and her husband Buddy.
In addition, she is survived by five great grandchildren and many nieces
The Funeral services will be held at 10 am Monday Jan 31, 2011 at the
St Catherine Catholic Church. Visitation will be on Sunday Jan 30th, at
11:00 am -8 pm. With a prayer service at 5 pm at the Joseph L Greenwell
Funeral Home in New Haven.
|Charles Daniel Gellhaus, 84
Rev, Charles Daniel Gellhaus, Age 84 Yrs. of Athertonville, community
of Larue County died Friday Jan. 21, 2011 at Hardin Memorial Hospital in
Elizabethtown. He was a native of Jefferson County, a retired truck
driver with 40+ years of service, a former pilot for the Civil Air Patrol,
U.S. Navy Veteran of WW-2, and was currently serving as Pastor of the Athertonville
He was preceded in death by his parents, George Arthur and Mammi Lee
Williams Gellhaus, a grandson, William Fred “Billy” Hoback, (1) sister
Nancy Lee Gellhaus, (3) brothers; John Gellhaus, Forest Gellhaus and William
He is survived by his loving wife of 65 years Betty Jane Speed Gellhaus,
(5) daughters, Elizabeth Lee Stine, Louisville; Sandra C. Johnson (Michael)
Cox’s Creek, Ky.; Suzanna Hernnandez (Michael) Louisville, Theresa Jane
Gellhaus, Athertonville, Tina Marie Skaggs (John) New Haven. (2)
Sons; Charles Daniel Gellhaus Jr. (Joyce) Buffalo, Ky., Dwight Edward Gellhaus,
Athertonville. (23) Grandchildren, 49 great grandchildren, and one Great
Great grandchild, (1) sister Mary Frances Straub and (1) brother Marvin
Gellhaus, both of Louisville.
Funeral Services for Mr. Gellhaus will be at 11:00 am Monday Jan. 24th
at his Church at Athertonville, Rev. Ronnie Ramsey presiding. Burial
will be in the Rolling Fork Baptist Church Cemetery, Boston, Nelson County
Ky. Friends may visit the family at the Joseph L Greenwell Funeral Home,
324 E. Center St. New Haven from 2:00 untill 8:00 pm Sunday, and from 9:00
am Monday until the time of Service at the Athertonville Baptist Church.
The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions
to Athertonville Baptist Church, 9733 Bardstown Road. Hodgenville Ky 42748
or Hosparus of Central Ky, 105 Diecks Dr. Elizabethtown, Ky 42701.
|Anna Mae Masterson, 90
A former New Haven resident, Anna Mae Masterson 90, passed away Monday,
December 27 at Springfield Nursing and Rehab Center in Springfield KY.
Anna Mae was born in New Hope to the late Joseph Cleveland and Vienna Werner
Hall. She was a member of the St. Catherine Catholic Church. She
worked at The Bardstown Sewing Factory and Nationwide Sewing Factory.
Along with her parents Anna Mae was preceded in death by her husband;
Robert L. Masterson, (1) grand daughter; Tammy Masterson, (2) brothers;
Joseph Anthony and Bernard Edward Hall, (1) sister; Lucille Hall, and a
daughter in law; Rita Williamson Masterson. Anna Mae is survived by (1)
daughter; Mary Ann (Victor Ivo) Boone, Bardstown, (3) sons; Joseph Robert
(Lynn) Masterson, Granite City, IL, Daniel Edward (Delores) Masterson,
Evansville, IN, Richard Charles Masterson, New Haven, (1) sister
Mary Catherine Richardson, New Haven (17) Grandchildren; and (33) great
A Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday, December 29, 2010 at
11:00 am at St. Catherine Church in New Haven, with Father Ken Fortener
officiating. Burial will follow in the St. Catherine Cemetery. Visitations
will be Tuesday 4-8 pm, with a prayer service at 6:30 pm by Deacon Eddie
Hutchins. Visitation will begin again on Wednesday at 8 am till time
of service, at the Joseph L Greenwell Funeral Home in New Haven KY.
Thelma Mabel Newton, 87
Thelma Mabel Newton, age 87 of Bardstown passed December 22, 2010 at
Flaget Memorial Hospital after several months of battling arterial circulatory
pain and limb restrictions. She was born on October 6, 1923, and a Catholic
by faith. She was retired from Bartons Distillery, after 33 yrs.
Mabel was preceded in death by her husband; William Garland Newton,
her parents; Fred and Vergie (Akridge) Powell, (1) sister; Mazel, (1) grandson;
Mark, and (1) great great grandson; Noah. Her special companion of 23 years;
Joe Lampkin. Mabel is survived by (5) Daughters; Helen Walls and
Wanda (Joe) Durbin, both of Bardstown, Patricia Ann (Jim) Hornback, Linda
(James) Maggard, and Brenda (Junior) Meredith, all of Hodgenville. (3)
Sons; Bill (Melissa) Newton, and John (Karen) Newton both of New Haven,
Fred (Lisa) Newton of Elizabethtown. (17) Grandchildren, (26) great grandchildren
and (1) Great great grandchild, and Margie (Bill) Wells, who was like a
daughter to her.
A Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Monday, December 27, 2010 at 11:00
am at St. Catherine Church in New Haven, with Father John Schwartzlose
officiating. Burial will follow in the St. Catherine Cemetery.Visitations
will be Sunday 4-8 pm, with a prayer service at 5 pm, and again on Monday
at 9 am till time of service, at the Joseph L Greenwell Funeral Home in
New Haven KY.
|Betty Jean Thompson Young, 66
Mrs. Betty Jean Thompson Young of Big Clifty, Ky formerly of Hodgenville
and Gleanings, KY passed away Wednesday Nov. 10, 2010 at Hardin Memorial
Hospital in Elizabethtown, Ky at the age of 66 Years. She was born
May 12, 1944 in Marion County to the late Ben Simpson and Emma Stillwell
Thompson, she was also preceded in death by 1 sister and 5 brothers.
She was a Homemaker and a Methodist by faith. She is survived
by her husband Willard Ray Thompson of Big Clifty, 1 sister Jane Gilpin
of Campbellsville, KY and his companion and caregiver Lucy Jeanett Brown.
Several Nieces, Nephews and cousins also survive.
Funeral Services for Betty Jean will be conducted at 2PM Sunday Nov.
14th at the Joseph L Greenwell Funeral Home, 324 East Center Street New
Haven Ky, Bro. Matt Trombo will officiate. Cremation will follow
the service. Friends may call at the Joseph L Greenwell Funeral Home
3:00 8pm Sat, and form 9am Sunday until time of service at 2:00 PM.
|Della Mae Edlin Clemons, 87
A former Lyons Station resident, Della Mae Edlin Clemons; died
at Colonial Health and Rehab Center on Nov 7, 2010 at the age of 87. She
and her husband JC, formerly owned and operated Mae & Jay’s Grocery
in Lyons Station. She was a life long member of Rolling Fork Christian
Church.She was preceded in death by her parents James Franklin and Mary
Ruth Edlin, (3) sisters: Christine Roberston Vittitow, Leota Edlin and
Martha Slack. (4) brothers: Joseph Gordon Edlin, George Lewis Edlin; Lonnie
Edlin; Charles Robert “Bob” Edlin.She was survived by one brother, Owen
Edlin, Columbia Tn, one sister Pauline Skaggs Pike, Louisville. Several
nieces and nephews also survive.
A Funeral Service be held 1:00 pm Tuesday November 9, 2010 at 1:00 PM
at the Rolling Fork Christian Church in Lyons Station. Brother Tim Underhill
officiating. Friends may call from 2 pm - 8 pm on Monday Nov. 8th, at the
Joseph L Greenwell Funeral Home in New Haven. Again at 10 am on Tuesday
at the Rolling Fork Christian Church in Lyons Station, till the time of
Thomas Walter Johnson, 84
84, of Roanoke, VA, peacefully breathed his last in the presence of
family on Monday, November 1 2010 at the Veterans Affairs Medical Palliative
Care Center, Salem, VA. He was born in New Haven, KY on November 4 1925
to the late Walter Dean (Squat) and Marie Johnson. In addition to his parents
he was preceded in death by sisters Mary Cummins and Dolores Eisen and
daughter Sondra Johnson McCorkle. A World War II veteran, he served in
the Navy before a dedicated career with Limbach Company. Tommy and family
settled in Roanoke in 1989 where he enjoyed retirement surrounded by great
friends and family. Surviving is his wife of 55 years, Kathlynn Throop
Johnson of Roanoke, VA; 3 daughters, Angela Johnson Beckner and spouse
Barry of Roanoke, Cynthia Johnson Buxton and spouse William of Round Hill,
VA, Paula Marie Brown and spouse Nick of Roanoke; 8 grandchildren, Thomas
Beckner and partner Mauricio Ticas, Travis Beckner, Caitlin Buxton Raabe
and spouse Ted, Peter Buxton, Samuel Buxton, Margaret Buxton, Matthew Brewer
and fiance Lauren Soltas, Lydia Brewer; 1 great-granddaughter, Emily Louise
Brewer. A lionhearted adventurer, Tommy made his home where his hard hat
was. To many family, honorary family, friends and loved ones, he was a
mentor, teacher and loyal father. Family welcomes you for visitation on
Saturday November 6 at 9:30am at Joseph L Greenwell Funeral Home, New Haven,
KY. Funeral Mass is at noon on November 6 at St. Catharine's Catholic Church,
New Haven, KY, graveside immediately following at St. Catharine Cemetery.
Reception will proceed at New Haven Bereavement Hall. A Memorial Celebration
will be held in Roanoke, VA on Saturday, Nov 20, at Hunting Hills Country
Club from 12:00 noon - 3:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, please make a memorial
donation to the Roanoke Rescue Mission.
|James Adolph Boone, 88
A Howardstown resident, James Adolph Boone, Age 88 yrs passed away
Friday October 15, 2010 at Flaget Memorial Hospital in Bardstown, Ky.
A life long resident of Howardstown, he was born May 12, 1922, to the late
James Franklin Boone and Susie Mattingly Boone.
He was a member of the St. Ann Catholic Church in Howardstown, a farmer
and retired employee from Bird & Son Manufacturing in Bardstown. He
received an Honorable Discharge from the United States Army, after receiving
a Purple Heart in World War II.
He was also preceded in death by his wife Alice Rita Spalding Boone,
a son Joseph Michael Boone. (3) Sisters; Margaret Mary Hicks, Agnes Boone
and Catherine Wine. (6) Brothers; Jimmy, Anthony, Delime, John, Louis and
Rev. Lawrence Boone.
He is survived by his (3) daughters; Linda (Mike) Johnson, New Haven;
Pam (John) Peterson, Bardstown; Lois (Joe) Hornback, Howardstown. (7) Sons;
Bill Boone, Gary (Jean) Boone, both of Bardstown; Nick (Suzanne) Boone,
of Hodgenville: Kevin (Stephanie) Boone, Doug Boone, Neal Boone, and Jerome
(Angie) Boone all of Howardstown. (1) Sister, Theresa Hargadon, Memphis
Tn.; (14) Grandchildren and (11) Great Grandchildren.
Visitation will begin at 2 pm till 8 pm Sunday with a rosary service
at 5:30. and again at 8:00 am on Monday. The Funeral Service will be at
11 AM Monday October 18, at the St. Ann Catholic Church in Howardstown
with Fr. Ken Fortener as celebrant. Burial will be in the St. Ann Church
Cemetery in Howardstown.
Family request that In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to
St. Ann Cemetery Fund, Howardstown, KY
|Joseph Lee "Joe" Rogers, 41
Joseph Lee "Joe" Rogers, 41, Bardstown died suddenly of natural causes
on September 17, 2010 at his residence. He was born February 6, 1969
in Bardstown, Kentucky; He was a graduate of Nelson County High School,
and a graduate of UTI in Huston, TX in HVAC, and most recently employed
by Center Stage Lighting in Bardstown.
Joe was an avid fisherman and could often be found around a campfire
and sleeping outdoors. He was well-known for his love of cooking.
He was a skilled wood-carver and musician and hosted a weekly jam-session
at his home for his many beloved friends.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Wesley and Juanita Allender
and Gerald and Helen Rogers, and most recently his Aunt Bonita "Bonnie"
Survivors include his parents, Gary and Joyce Rogers, two brothers,
Allen and David Rogers, one sister, Rhonda Van Dyke and her husband Mitch
, his niece, Chelsey Van Dyke, all of Bardstown; many loving aunts, uncles
and cousins and a huge amount of caring friends.
The Funeral will be 11:00 am Tuesday at Greenwell Houghlin Northside
Funeral Home with burial in St. Thomas Cemetery. Deacon Sam Filiatreau
|Anna Elizabeth Brey Greenwell, 83
A Howardstown resident, Anna Elizabeth “Libby” Brey Greenwell 83, passed
away Wednesday, August 11, 2010 at Colonial Health Care in Bardstown KY.
Libby was born and raised in Howardstown Ky by the late John and
Josephine Nalley Brey. She was a former employee of Nationwide Uniform
in Hodgenville with over 20 years of service, and a homemaker. She was
a former member of the New Haven Senior Citizens and a member of St. Ann
Catholic Church in Howardstown.
She was preceded in death by her parents and her Husband Joseph Adrian
Greenwell. (1) brother John Edward Brey (1) sister Doris Clan. Libby
is survived by her (9) children, Virgie Hutchins, Bardstown; Rachel (Larry)
Thompson, New Haven; Emma Rose (Paul ) Coates, Louisville; Cynthia “Cindy”
(Daryl) Vaughn, LaGrange; Emmett (Sheila) Greenwell, New Hope; Ivo (Trish)
Greenwell, New Haven; Ronald “Ronnie” (Martha) Greenwell, New Haven; Darrell
(Marilyn) Greenwell, New Haven; and Kerry Greenwell, Boston. She is also
survived by (4) sisters, Rita (Kenneth) Gibson, Magnolia; Nancy Devers,
Hodgenville; Beulah (Donnie) Devers, Rockfalls, Il, and Fredaline Clark,
Bardstown. (3) brothers, Louis (Irene) Brey, Howardstown; Kenneth Adrian
(Carol) Brey, Shepherdsville; and Joseph Ramey (Jackie) Brey, Howardstown.
(20) grandchildren, (19) great grandchildren, and many Nieces and nephews
Visitation will begin at 12 till 8 pm Friday and again at 8:00 am on
Saturday.A prayer service will be held at 6 pm on Friday by Deacon Eddie
Hutchins at the Funeral Home.
|Margaret Mary Hicks, 90
Margaret Mary Hicks, Age 90 yrs formerly of New Haven entered
into eternal rest Friday Aug. 6, 2010 at her residence with her Loving
family by her side. She was born June 14, 1920 at Howardstown, Ky
to the late James Franklin and Susie Mattingly Boone. She was a Homemaker
and Farmer and a member of St. Vincent DePaul at Nazareth, KY and
the Basilica of the St. Joseph Proto-Cathedral in Bardstown and a former
member of St.Ann Church in Howardstown. She was preceded in death
by her husband James Harry Hicks, a daughter Patricia Thomas, a grandson
Patrick Hall, (2) sisters, Agnes Boone, and Catherine Wine, (5) brothers,
Louis Boone, Anthony "Soup" Boone, Rev. Lawrence Boone, John Boone, Delime
Boone and James "Jimmy" Boone.
She is survived by (6) daughters, Joyce Gardner (Bob), Louisville; Barbara
Hall, Bardstown; Annette Kute (Kenny), Bardstown; Sylvia Head (Lynn Beiswenger),
Lorene Hughes (Bobby) Crestwood;Mary Jane Reece (Wayne), Cox's Creek;
(2) sons, James Hicks (Evelyn), Ashland City TN, and Joe Hicks, Bardstown.
( 1) sister Theresa Hargadon, Memphis Tenn.: (1) brother Adolph Boone,
Howardstown. (19) grandchildren and (11) great grandchildren also survived,
along with a special nephew Joe Hardin Werner.
Funeral Mass will be celebrated Monday at 11:00 am at St. Catherine
Catholic Church at New Haven, Fr. Troy Overton and Fr. Bill Hammer celebrants,
Burial will be in the Church Cemetery.
Friends may visit at the Joseph L Greenwell Funeral Home in New Haven
from 2:00 pm until 8 pm Sunday and after 9 am Monday. Prayer Services
will be Sunday at 6 pm at the Funeral Home. Margaret Mary requested
the expressions of sympathy take the form of donations to the American
|Joseph David Ray Shoffner, 19
A New Haven resident, Joseph David Ray “Joe David” Shoffner age 19
died in an automobile accident on Tuesday August 3, 2010 Larue County.
He was born in Lebanon Ky, employed in the lawn service business, and a
Catholic by faith.
Joe David is survived by his loving grandparents who raised him,
Ray and Margie Miles, New Haven. and (2) brothers; Cpl. James Dillon Shoffner;
USMC, Camp Lejeune, NC; Jonathan Daniel Ball, New Haven. He is also survived
by his mother Angela Gail Ball, his father and stepmother Crazy Horse and
Joanie Shoffner. (1) stepbrother, Mike Hall, (2) stepsisters Jill
Hall and Wendy Cecil all of New Haven, and several Aunts, Uncles,
cousins and friends.
A celebration of life will be held at 1 pm on Saturday August 7, 2010
at the Joseph L Greenwell Funeral Home in New Haven. Friends may call from
1-8 pm on Friday and on Sat. from 9 am till the time of service.
Cremation to follow.
The family request any donations be made to the Joseph L Greenwell
Funeral Home to help pay for the expenses
|Hazel Marie "Williamson" Murrell, 69
A Louisville resident, Hazel Marie “Williamson” Murrell age 69 passed
away Wednesday June 23, 2010.
Hazel was a daughter of the late Willard and Mary Helen Masterson Williamson.
She was Catholic by faith. She was a member of the Most Blessed Sacrament
Catholic Church. Hazel worked as a general clerk in hardware for over 30
Hazel is survived by her loving husband, Joe Murrell, (1) son Scott
Williamson, Garland Texas; (1) daughter Diane Cascante, Newport News, Virginia.
(3) step sons, Joey Murrell, Louisville Ky, James Murrell, Perryville,
Ky, and Michael Murrell, Columbia, Ky. She is also survived by (4) sisters
and (2) brothers ..
Funeral Mass of a Christian burial will be celebrated at 11 am
Monday June 28, at St.Vincent DePaul Catholic Church in New Hope,
Rev. Ken Fortener officiating. Burial will be in the St. Vincent DePaul
Cemetery in New Hope.
A Prayer service will be held on Sunday evening at 5:30
|Michael Rodny Edlin, 44
A New Haven resident, Michael Rodney Edlin age 44 passed away
Sunday June 13, 2010.Michael was a life long resident of Nelson County,
and the son of the late Biven Cylester and Zella Ruth Douglas Edlin. He
was Catholic by faith.
He was preceded in death by his parents and (2) sisters; Sharon
and Sonja Edlin (2) brothers; Timmy and Zacky Edlin.
Michael survived by his companion Becky Bell, New Hope, (2) sisters;
Jackie Burba, New Haven, Debbie Edlin, Howardstown, (3) brothers; Paul
"Butch" Edlin, New Haven; Dennis Edlin, New Hope; Jeffery Edlin, Athertonville;
and several necies and nephews.
Funeral Mass of a Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 am Thursday
June 17, at St. Catherine Catholic Church New Haven, Rev. Troy Overton
officiating. Cremation to follow the service.Friends may call from 3-8
pm Wednesday and Thursday 8 am till 9:30 am
|Melvin Buford Norman,
A Nelsonville resident, Melvin Buford
Norman age 63 passed away Wednesday June 9, 2010. Melvin was a life long
resident of Nelson County, raised by the late Harry Thomas
Norman and Dora O'Neal Norman. He was retired from GE after 35 years of
service. He was a Baptist by faith.
He was preceded in death by his parents
and (4) sisters Muzetta Price, Pearl Walker, Beatrice Muncy
and Dora Norris. (2) brothers Tommy and Lloyd Norman. He survived
by (2) daughters Sabrina Hornback, and Christy Hardin both of Barstown.
(1) son David Norman, New Haven, and (7) grandchildren.
He is also survived by (5) sisters, Mary Downs, Louisville; Juanita
Dalton, New Haven; Rosie Norman, Bardstown; Wanda Mattingly, New Haven;
Hattie Glass, Georgetown. (6) brothers, Joe, Johnny and Orville Norman,
Bardstown; Percy, Otis and James Norman, New Haven and several necies
Visitation will be held Friday June 11, 2010 at 11 am till 8 pm. and
Saturday 8 am till 10:30 am
A New Haven resident, Roy Linton Holbert age 79 passed away Friday
May 28, 2010. Roy was a life long resident of Nelson County raised
in New Haven, by the late James Roy and Margarete Shricliff Holbert.
He was a former employee of Beams Distillery, and a Farmer. He was
a Veteran of the United States Air Force and a Catholic by faith.
He was preceded in death by his parents and (2) sisters
Flora McKern and Lucille Bohannon. He is survived by his loving wife, Jane
Percefull Holbert, one son Timothy "Tim" Holbert (Richena), also survived
by (2) sisters, Lila Sims and Sue Salsman both of Bardstown,
many necies and nephews.
A Grave side Service will be conducted at 1 pm Tuesday June 1, at the
Red Hill Cemetery in Hodgenville.
|David Martin Brady, 82
A Louisville resident, David Martin Brady age 82, passed away Sunday,
April 18, 2010, at his residence. David was born in Louisville, and raised
in Nelsonville Ky by the late Stephen and Mary Ione Parrish Brady.
He was a veteran, and a former employee of Fort Knox as a Boiler operator
in the maintenance department.
He was preceded in death by his parents and (1) brother Stephen
C. Brady. (2) sisters Celesta Kennedy and Louise Vittitow and a niece Glenna
Welch. He is survived by his loving wife, Marilyn Joy Maysack Brady,
(1) step son Bob “Amy” McDonald of Louisville, (3) step daughters
Kathy “Steve” Peyton, and Linda “Greg” Tompkins both of Louisville, Colleen
“Jim” Kelley, Bagdad Ky, and (10) grandchildren.
He is also survived by (4) sisters Osie “Billy” Harper,
Shirley Hensley, Mary Beatrice May all of Elizabethtown, and Wanda Gilkey
of New Haven. (1) brother Coleman Leo Brady of New Haven. Visitation will
begin at 2 till 8 pm Tuesday the Joseph L Greenwell Funeral Home in New
Haven. The Funeral will be conducted at 11 am Wednesday at the Joseph L
Greenwell Funeral Home with Brother Leon Chambers conducting the service.
Burial will be in the Kentucky Veterans Cemetery Central at Fort Knox.
|Philip Ronald Nalley Sr, 58
A New Haven resident, Philip Ronald Nalley Sr. age 58, passed away
Saturday, April 3, 2010, at Jewish Hospital.
Philip was born in Culvertown on Sept. 3, 1951 to the late Joseph
William Sr. and Elizabeth Carmen Greenwell Nalley. He was a former partner
of 3N Basement Walls, a current owner of Philip Nalley Construction, and
Nalley and Sons Basement Walls. He was Catholic by faith.
He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother Bobby Nalley and
a sister Pamela Nalley. He is survived by his loving wife, Darlene
Theresa Culver Nalley of New Haven, (2) sons Philip Ronald “Phil” Nalley,
Alan Matthew Nalley, both of Culvertown (2) daughters Angela Marie
Nalley of Culvertown, and Mary Pamela “Pam” Susanna Riggs of New
Haven and (15) grandchildren.
He is also survived by (5) brothers, J.W., James Lewis, Frankie,
Marty and Freddy Nalley. (6) sisters Rose Ann Cahoe, Kathleen Bowling,
Bernadette Culver, Sheila Dones, Arlene Snellen and Karen Douglas.
Visitation will begin at 1 till 8 pm Tuesday the Joseph L Greenwell
Funeral Home in New Haven. With a prayer service at 5 pm. The Funeral
Mass will be conducted at 10 am Wednesday at the St. Catherine Catholic
Church, with a burial in the St. Thomas Cemetery.
|Helen Virginia Ball, 94
Helen Virginia Ball Rogers, 94, Culvertown, died peacefully March 31,
2010 at her home, surrounded by her loving family. She was born May
5th, 1915 and for several years lived in Fairfield, KY. She had lived
in Culvertown for the past 72 years and was the oldest parishioner of Immaculate
Her life was devoted to making a warm home for her family. She
loved flowers, sewing, quilting and needlecraft, was an excellent cook
and loved dancing and music, especially the fiddle playing by her husband.
She was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 49 years, Gerald
Ignatius Rogers, Sr.; her parents, William Francis Ball, Sr. and Sophia
Agnes Hall Ball, and five brothers, Bertel Ball, Coahran Ball, Lincoln
Ball, Leo Ball and William Francis Ball, Jr.
Survivors include six daughters, Mary Virginia (Ronnie) Popham and
Linda Carol (Dan) Mullikin both of Louisville, Ruth Ann (Barron) Haley
of Rio Rancho, NM, Dr. Wanda Joan Rogers (Walt) Larson of Washington MO,
Mary Bernadine Rogers (Robert) Dyer, Jr. Prospect, KY and Elizabeth
â€œBettyâ€? (Larry) Heavrin, Lake Arrowhead CA;
one son, Gerald Ignatius, Jr. â€œGaryâ€? (Joyce)
Rogers, Bardstown; ten grandchildren; several step-grandchildren; and eight
great-grandchildren; a brother, John Wetzel (Lucita) Ball; a sister, Mary
Ruth Ball Greenwell; a sister-in-law, Norma Lou Ball Ballard, and over
a 100 nieces and nephews.
The funeral service will be held 10 AM on Sat., April 3, 2010 at Immaculate
Conception Church, Culvertown, with the burial in St. Thomas Cemetery near
Bardstown. The Rev. Mark Hamilton will officiate. Visitation will be Friday
April 2, from 2 to 8 pm, at the Joseph L. Greenwell Funeral Home in New
Expressions of sympathy may be made to Hospice of Nelson County, 111
North Third Street, Bardstown KY 40004.
|Joseph Donald Gunning, 92
A New Haven resident, Mr. Joseph Donald “Don” Gunning, age 92, passed
away Wednesday, February 10, 2010, at Hardin memorial Hospital in Elizabethtown
after a brief illness.
Don was born in Coon Hollow near New Hope in Nelson County on August
30, 1917 to the late James Edward and Sarah Ellen Hall Gunning. He was
a U.S. Army Veteran of World War II serving in the 63rd infantry
an was enjoying his retirement from a successful entrepreneurial career
in timber, liquor, retail and farming. Don was an avid outdoorsman and
very active in wildlife management activities on his Larue County property.
He was Catholic by faith.
He was preceded in death by his parents and a son, James Kennedy.
He is survived by his loving wife, Elizabeth A. Hayden Gunning of New
Haven, his daughter and son-in-law, Beverly and Mark Krajewski of Shepherdsville,
a son and daughter-in-law, Michael “Mick” and Susan Gunning of New Haven,
7 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren.
Services will be conducted at 4pm Saturday from the Joseph L. Greenwell
Funeral Home, 324 E. Center St. New Haven, KY. Mr. Gunning was cremated
and his final resting place will be on his farm in Larue County.
Visitation will begin at 1pm Saturday at the funeral home.
|Margaret Cecilia Ray Clan, 82
A New Hope resident Margaret Cecilia Ray Clan, Age 82 Yrs. died Thursday
Feb. 6, 2010 at Springview Hospital at Lebanon, KY. She was born
June 7, 1927 in Nelson County to the late Jason and Fannie Masterson Ray,
she was also preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Lincoln "Mousie"
Clan, 1 sister Lucille Carter, 3 brothers, J.R. Ray, Rayfield Ray and Martin
She was a retired employee of Jim Beam Distillery at Clermont, KY with
over 30 years of service in the Bottling House, a homemaker and a member
of St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church. She is survived by 4 daughters,
Mary Norris, Eva Newton, both of New haven, Bonnie Carney of Springfield,
Barbara Brady of Loretto, KY, 1 son, Joseph Clan of New Haven, 1 sister,
Helen Carter and 1 brother, Bobby Ray both of New Haven, 9 grandchildren,
10 great grandchildren and 4 great great grandchildren also survive.
Funeral mass will be celebrated Monday, February 8th from St. Vincent
DePaul Catholic Church in New Hope, Ky with Fr. Ken Fortener officiating.
Burial will follow in the church cemetery.
Friends may visit the family from 11am until 8pm Sunday and from 9am
until 10:30 am Monday. A prayer Service will be Sunday evening at the funeral
|Carrey Lou Dickerson, 35
Carrey Lou Dickerson, 35, New Haven Ky., died at her residence on Wed.,
Jan. 20, 2010. She was born in Lebanon Kentucky, and was employed as an
Administrative Assistant at Network Reserve in Elizabethtown. She was a
member of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Kingdom Hall Hodgenville.
She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Brown and Grace Mattingly,
and Benedict Joseph Peterson Sr.
Survivors include her husband Martin and a son, Patrick Dickerson both
of New Haven Ky. Her mother Clara Elizabeth Mattingly Peterson,
of Lebanon. Her father and step mother, Benedict Joseph Jr. and Bessie
Peterson, of Lebanon. Two sisters, Debra Lynn Calvin, Chillicothe, Oh.
and Elissa Dawn Meeks, Lebanon.
A funeral Service will be held at the Chapel of the Joseph L Greenwell
Funeral Home at 2:00 pm on Sunday Jan. 24, with burial to follow in the
St. Catherine Cemetery in New Haven. Congregation Elder, Arlie Bradley
to preside over the service.
Visitation is 2-8 p.m. Saturday and after 10:00 am Sunday until
time of service at the Joseph L Greenwell Funeral Home in New Haven.
|Roger Dale Jackson, 56
Roger Dale Jackson, 56, of Bardstown, died Monday, Nov. 23, 2009, at
He is survived by a daughter, Hannah Jackson, and a son, Eric Jackson,
both of Bardstown; five sisters, Henrietta Smith of Readyville, Tenn.,
Virginia Rucker of Gleanings; Norma Down, Patricia Curtsinger and Levita
Chesser, all of Bardstown; two brothers, Danny Jackson of Boston, Ky.,
and Freeman Jackson of Bardstown; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.
The funeral is at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Rolling Fork Baptist Church in
Boston with Brother Bruce Nichols officiating.
Burial will be in the church cemetery.
Visitation is after 3 p.m. today at Joseph L. Greenwell Funeral Home
in New Haven, and from 11 a.m. Wednesday until time of service at the church.
|Gary Francis Morley, 56
A New Haven resident, Gary Francis Morley, 56 years of age. Died
Friday, Oct. 30 th at his residence. He was born to the late John and Eleanor
Margaret Munson Morley. He was a farmhand for Bowling Homestead.
He was Catholic by faith. He was preceded in death by his parents
and a brother Vincent Morley.
He is survived by (5) sisters: Sharon Shackleford, Yarnell AZ;
Mary Gutierrez, Phoenix AZ; Judy Roush, Bardstown KY; Ellen Sprague, and
Deloris Morley both of Seminole AL. (6) brothers: Clifford Morley, Yarnell
AZ; Joe and Jim Morley, both of Phoenix AZ; Pat Morley Nelsonville;
Jay and Charles Anthony Morley both of New Haven.
Funeral services will be conducted 11:00 AM Wednesday November 18
at the St. Vincent DePaul Catholic Church with Father Ken Fortener officiating.
Burial will be in the St. Vincent DePaul Cemetery in New Hope.
Friends may kindly call prior to the Service at 10:00 am at the
St. Vincent DePaul Catholic Church
|William "Bill" Holton, 73
William "Bill" Holton, 73, of New Haven passed away peacefully October
17, 2009 at his residence. Bill was the owner of New Haven Sanitation,
B&B Sanitation, and Kisco. He was a Farmer and the owner of the
Cream Station in New Haven. Bill passed on to those that loved him,
honesty, integrity, love and compassion. He will be missed by all
of those that he had a impact upon during his life.
He was preceded in death by his Father, Ervin Holton, his Mother Layian
Dennison Holton. He is survived by his loving wife Gertrude (Allen) Holton
of 41 years. Two daughters Kathy (Ronnie) Vogel and Cindy (David)
Hill and seven Grandchildren. Along with his sister, Pat Asborno.
The visitation will be at Joseph L. Greenwell Funeral Home in New Haven.
Visitation will begin Monday, October 19, 2009 at 12:00p.m. until 8:00p.m.
Again on Tuesday, October 20, with the service being held at 2:00p.m. at
the New Haven Baptist Church. Expressions of
sympathy may be made to the Abby of Gethsemani.
|Nola Christine Burgess Elliott, 84
A New Haven resident, Nola Christine Burgess Elliott, 84 years
of age. Died Wednesday, Oct. 14 at Sunrise Manor Health Care in Hodgenville.
She was born in Bledsoe County TN to the late William Arthur & Lena
Rose Holt Burgess. She was a Homemaker.
She was a member of College Heights United Methodist Church in Elizabethtown.
She is survived by a Husband of 66 years, Kenneth W. Elliott,
2 sons: Dan Elliott New Haven, David Elliott Prospect, Ky. 1 sister: Jewel
Allen, Boston KY . 2 half brothers and 4 half sisters, step
Mother: Debbie Burgess Cleveland TN, 5 Grandchildren and 3 great Grandchildren
Funeral services will be conducted 12:30 PM Friday Oct. 16 at
the Joseph L. Greenwell Funeral Home New Haven, Bro. Charles Hatfield
officiating. Burial will be in the Kentucky Central Veterans
Cemetery, in Radcliff KY.
Friends may kindly call from 4 – 8 pm on Thursday Oct. 15 at the
Joseph L. Greenwell Funeral Home New Haven, and after 9:00 am on Friday
Oct. 16 until time of service.
Charles Lincoln "Charlie" Greenwell, 65
Charles Lincoln “Charlie “ Greenwell, age 65, Bardstown, died
Thursday July 23 at his residence.
He was a retired employee of General Electric.
He was preceded in death by his father James Woodrow Greenwell and a
brother Michael Kevin Greenwell.
Survivors include his daughter, LeeAnn Greenwell, Makanda Illinois;
his son and wife Charles “Chuck” Greenwell and Jen Simpson, granddaughters
Sabra Greenwell and Elysia Frank, Ft. Thomas, Ky. His Mother, Mary Ruth
Ball Greenwell, Culvertown; (10) sisters, Leora Doyle, Birch Run Michigan;
Louise Brussell, Beverly Keith, Hazel Greenwell-Seward, Mary Beth Higdon
Culvertown; Carolyn Greenwell , Mary Ellen McCoy, Tammi Nalley ,Coletta
Akin, New Haven; LaDonna Barber, Midland Texas. (5) brothers Kenny Greenwell,
Louisville; Warren Greenwell, Minot North Dakota; Dwight Greenwell, Mt.
Juliet, Tennessee, Eric Greenwell Bloomfield, and Dick Greenwell, Hodgenville
. Best friend, TJ Spaulding, Mt. Washington; Former wives; Claudia Riddle,
Simpsonville, Ky; Susie Greenwell, Clarksville, Indiana.
Visitation is 2-8 p.m, with a prayer service at 5:00 pm, Sunday July
26, at the Joseph L Greenwell Funeral Home, New Haven.
Cremation to follow, with interment at St. Thomas Cemetery at a later
|Dorothy Alleyne Hicks Porter, 88
A New Hope resident, Dorothy Alleyne Hicks Porter 88 years of
age. Died Monday July 20th at ther residence. She was born
in Nelson County KY to the late Leonard and Anna Belle Seward Hicks.
She was homemaker, and a member of St. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church
in New Hope. She was preceded in death by her parents and a son Stephen
Porter, one grandson Stuwart Lansing Porter son of Mike and Sue Porter.
Three sisters, Norma Colvin, Inez Brown, and Nancy Brennun. Four
brothers Fred Hicks, Jesse Hicks, Howard Hicks and Ernie Hicks.
She is survived by two daughters, Denise (Larry ) Hicks, Bardstown,
Sheila (Emmett) Greenwell, New Hope. One son, Mike (Sue) Porter of
Elizebethtown. One sister, Shirley Ann Allgeier, Louisville .
Seven Grand Children and 5 Great grand Children.
Visitation will be held at the Joseph L Greenwell Funeral Home in New
Haven from 6pm-9pm Wed. July 22, with a Memorial Service at 7pm with Deacon
Eddie Hutchins officiating.
|Billie Joyce Culver Thornsberry, 67
Billie Joyce Culver Thornsberry, 67, New Haven, died Wednesday,
July 15, 2009, at Jewish Hospital, Louisville. She was a homemaker, a member
of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Culvertown, and retired from
General Electric Appliance Park, Louisville.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Bernard Russell Thornsberry
Jr.; her parents, William Leon and Eleanora Bryan Culver; and two sisters,
Beverly Rogers and Faye Rogers.
Survivor include three sons, Neal Thornsberry and Allen Thornsberry,
both of New Haven, and Timmy Thornsberry, Mount Washington; three grandchildren;
one great-grandchild; two sisters, Zelma Rose “Snookie” Green, Bardstown,
and Vanessa O’Bryan, Hodgenville; and two brothers, Ralph “Tinker” Culver
and Derriell Culver, both of New Haven.
The funeral will be 10 a.m. Saturday at Immaculate Conception Catholic
Church with burial in St. Catherine Cemetery, New Haven. The Rev. Mark
Hamilton will officiate.
Visitation is 1-8 p.m. Friday at Joseph L. Greenwell Funeral Home.
The family requests expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions
to The American Cancer Society or the American Heart Association.
Pallbearers are Joe Joe Rogers, Karl Culver, Troy O’Bryan, Shane Thornsberry,
Nick Thornsberry, and Brian Thornsberry.
|Bryan Allen Kennedy Sr, 94
Bryan Allen Kennedy Sr., 94, New Haven, died Sunday, July 5, 2009,
at his daughter’s residence in New Haven.
A native of LaRue County, he was a member of Rolling Fork Christian
Church, Lyons Station, and a construction worker with Carpenters Union
Local 576 for 30 years.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Henry Clay and Almeda Barnes
Kennedy; his first wife, Bessie Lafollette Kennedy; his second wife, Mary
Castile Kennedy; four sons, Bryant Allen Kennedy Jr., Cecil Kennedy, Kenneth
Jewell Kennedy and Jesse Lee Kennedy; two sisters, Iva Devers and Lena
Bowles; and four brothers, Roy Kennedy, Marion Kennedy, Leo Kennedy and
Survivors include a daughter, Imogene Kennedy, New Haven; a son, Delmont
Kennedy, New Haven; seven grandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren.
The funeral is 11 a.m. Thursday, July 9th at Joseph L. Greenwell Funeral
Home Chapel with Bro. Hanley Edlin officiating. Burial will be in Edlin
Creek Cemetery, LaRue County.
Visitation is 2-8 p.m. Wednesday July 8th at Joseph L. Greenwell Funeral
Home, New Haven.
|Helen Miracle Skaggs, 68
A New Haven resident, Helen Miracle Skaggs was 68 years of age. She
died Tuesday, June 30 at Woodland Terrace in Elizabethtown. She was
born in Bell County, KY to the late Hassie Wilder Miracle and Hilary Miracle.
She was a former employee of New Haven School, Holiday Inn and Nazareth
Mother House as a cook.
She was a member of Rolling Fork Baptist Church. She was preceded in
death by her parents and a daughter Betty Jo Miracle and a Brother Dallas
She is survived by three daughters, Connie Reiter of New Haven, Debra
Coursey and Marie Morgan both of Hodgenville. One son, Homer Miracle
Jr. of Hodgenville. One sister Oveda McKinley of Hodgenville and
2 brothers Clarence Miracle and Victor Miracle both of Loveland OH.
Seven Grand Children and 5 Great grand Children.
Funeral services will be conducted 11:00 am Friday July 3rd at the Rolling
Fork Baptist Church, New Haven, Bro. Bruce Nichols officiating.
Burial will be in the Church cemetery.
Friends may kindly call from 2 – 8 pm on Thursday July 2nd
at the Joseph L. Greenwell Funeral Home New Haven, and after 9:00 am on
Friday July 3rd at the Rolling Fork Baptist Church until time of service.
|Melvin Blain Kennedy, 50
A New Haven resident, Melvin Blane Kennedy, Age 50 years. Died Thursday
June 25, 2009 at his residence.
Melvin was a member of the Rolling Fork Christian Church at Lyons Station,
he was an employee of BF Harned Farms, a former employee of the old New
Haven Sanitation. He was preceded in death by his Father and Mother,
Gilbert Walton and Margaret Inez Crady Kennedy.
He leaves to cherish his memory 5 sisters, Geraldine Kennedy, Wanda
Kennedy and Patricia "Patty" Hanneken all of New Haven, Susan Locklin and
Audrey Aulbach both of Elizabethtown. 2 brothers, Jewell Kennedy and Roger
Kennedy both of New Haven. 8 nieces and nephews and 3 great nieces
and nephews also survive.
Visitation will be aftter 3:00 pm Sunday June 28th, at the Joseph L.
Greenwell Funeral Home in New Haven and after 9:00 am Monday June 29th,
at the Rolling Fork Christian Church in Lyons Station until time of Funeral
service at 11:00 am. Brother Tim Underhill officiating. Burial
to follow in the Edlin Creek Cemetery, in Larue County. Arrangements
are entrusted to the Joseph L. Greenwell Funeral Home in New Haven.