Josephine B. Reynolds England Steven Adam Wendelgast Alvin L. "Pete" Napper Sr.

Courier Journal, died 09 Aug 1994

Josephine B. Reynolds England, 73, South Louisville, died Monday at Pavilion Health Care Center. She was a native of Metcalfe County and a member of Walnut Street Baptist Church.  Survivors: a son, Steve England; two sisters, Eileen Leftwich and Norma Cassady; and two grandchildren.  Funeral: 1 p.m. Wednesday, Arch L. Heady,  Southern Funeral Home, 3601 Taylor Blvd.  Burial: Louisville Memorial Gardens West. Visitation: 2-9 p.m. Tuesday. Memorial gifts: Arthritis Foundation.

Contributed by:  Crystal & John, family of the deceased.

Hubbard H. Bomar

Courier, died 4 Apr 1994

Hubbard H. Bomar, 76, Hikes Point, died Monday at St. Matthews Manor Nursing Home.
He was a native of Paris Tenn., a retired engineer for the old International Harvester CO., a member of Fourth Avenue Untied Methodist Church, and a commissioner for the Boy Scouts of America. He had served in the Army Reserve for 30 years and was an Army Veteran of World War II.
Survivors: his wife, the former Mary Shireman; a son, Richard Bomar; a daughter, Suzanne Nethery of Elizabethtown; a brother Dr. M. P. Bomar of Paris; a sister , Mrs. Mark Dick of Hoffman Estates ILL.; and two grandchildren.
Funeral: 11 AM Friday, Evergreen Funeral Home, 4623 Preston Highway. Entombment: Evergreen Mausoleum. Visitation: 3-5 PM and 7-9 Thursday.

Contributed by Crystal & John, no relation to the deceased.

Courier-Journal Obit published 12 May 1994, S-B, P-7

Steven Adam Wendelgast, 3, died Wednesday at his home after an illness.  

Survivors include his parents Robert and Marcella Wendelgast; a sister, April Wendelgast; a brother, Robbie Wendelgast; his grandparents, William R. Sr. and Anna R. Wendelgast and Edna E. Hayes; and his great-grandparents, Ernest and Ester Terry and Ethel M. Rogers.

SOURCE OF INFORMATION: Courier-Journal Newspaper, Louisville, Kentucky, S-B, P-7.   Submitted by Anna Baker.   No relations to the deceased.

Aleene Bettison

Louisville Courier Journal, died on 09 Aug 1994

Aleene Bettison, 93 died Tuesday at Klondike Manor Health Care Center.  She was the former Allene Giltner, a native of Milton and a member of Christian Church.
Survivors:  a son, Thornton C. Bettison Jr. of Leawood, Kansas; two grandchildren; and three great grand children.
Funeral:  1:30 PM Friday, Highlands Funeral Home, 3331 Taylorsville Road.  Burial:  Zachary Taylor National Cemetery. Visitation:  11 AM- 1PM Friday.
Memorial Gifts:  Volunteers of America.

Contributed by:  Crystal & John, no relation to the deceased.

Connie Powell Buster
Louisville Courier Journal, died 12/7/1994

Connie Powell Buster, 80, died Wednesday at Norton Hospital.  She was a native of Grayson County.

Survivors: two daughter's Mary Haycraft of Letichfield and Deloris Willoughby; four son's Rance, Chester,Lonzo and Billy Joe Buster, all of Clarkson; three brother's James Powell of Letichfeld, David Powell of Clarkson, and Clever Powell; three sister's Elsie Willis, Pauline Blessitt and Leona Carby, all of Clarkson; six grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

Funeral: 10 AM CST Friday, Rogers Funeral Home, Clarkson. Burial: Boadford Cemetery, Grayson County. Visitation: after 4 PM CST Thursday.

Contributed by Crystal & John, no relation to the deceased.


died 23 Mar 1994 
Alvin L “Pete” Napper Sr., Fairdale, died Monday at his home. He was former owner and operator of Hickory Lake in Shepherdsville.  Survivors: his wife the former Loretta Hughes; four daughters Jane Mattingly, Sarah Masterson, Regina Tufts and Lee Ann Napper all of Fairdale; two sons Peanut and David Napper, both of Okolona; And eight grandchildren. Funeral: 10 am Thursday , Arch L Heady Okolona Funeral Home, 8519 Preston Highway. Burial: Pen Run Memorial Park. Visitation : 6 to 9 pm Tuesday and Noon to 9 pm on Wednesday. Memorial gifts: Hospice of Louisville.

Contributed by:  Crystal & John, family of the deceased.

Solon Holland

Courier Obit, died 31 Jul 1994

Solon Holland, 74, Shively, died Sunday at Southwest Hospital.  He was a native of Lebanon Tenn., a retired conveyor operator for the Courier Journal and Louisville Times Co. and a member of Calvary Apostolic Church.

Survivors:  his wife, the former Lettie M. Pittman; two daughters, Linda Dyson of Blacksburg, South Carolina, and Pat Holland; a son, the Rev. Jerry Holland of Henderson, TN, a sister, Bea Newell of Michigan; two brothers, Elzie and William Holland, and six grandchildren.

Funeral:  11 AM Tuesday, Arch L. Heady Dixie Highway Funeral Home, 7710 Dixie Highway.  Burial in Evergreen Cemetery. Visitation 11 AM  till 9 PM Monday.

Contributed by Crystal & John, no relation to the deceased.

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