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COMMUNITY A6 | Wednesday, May 9, 2012 | The Anderson News BRIEFS Retired Teachers to meet May 10 The Anderson Couny Retired Teachers will eet at Lawrenceburg irst Christian Church n May 10 at 6 p.m. for a otluck meal. Meat will be furished. Garden Club of Danville hosts ‘Danville in Bloom’ The Garden Club of anville will present Danville in Bloom,” a tandard flower show, n June 1-2 at the Comunity Arts center. The show will be eld from 1-6 p.m. on une 1, and from 10 .m. to 5 p.m. on June 2. dmission is free and pen to the public. According to the lub’s press release, This year’s show will e a celebration of owntown Danville. oth design and hortiulture will be remiiscent of events in the owntown. Visitors to he show will see 28 esign arrangements nd many horticulture isplays.” The Club welcomes nyone interested in ardening or design. eetings are held the irst Wednesday of each onth. For membership nformation, contact inda Parter at or 85983-0604. —from staff reports Hospital announces humanitarian award winners From staff reports Frank Manns, Jaime Montalvo, MD, and Priscilla Gershman were recently awarded Frankfort Regional Medical Center’s 2011 Frist Humanitarian Award as employee, physician, and volunteer of the year, respectively. The honor places Manns, Montalvo and Gershman in nomination for the nationwide Frist Humanitarian Manns Award, the highest honor an employee or volunteer can receive within Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), the parent company of Frankfort Regional Medical Center. The Frist Humanitarian Awards were created to recognize one employee, one physician and one volunteer at each HCA-affiliated facility who demonstrate extraordinary concern for the welfare and happiness of patients and their community, according to a news release. The Frist Humanitarian Awards are METH Continued from Page A1 After continuing to search the vehicle, Cornish said he found another cigarette pack containing one bag of meth, one bottle of Red Crown high test lye and one box of pseudoephedrine. Cornish questioned Medley’s sole passenger, 20-year-old Evan Cochran, who told the officer that he was being paid by Medley to “smurf” or purchase the pseudoephedrine for him. At the time of his arrest Medley, who listed his residence as 1141 Versailles Road, was driving given annually in recognition of the humanitarian spirit and philanthropic work of the late Dr. Thomas F. Frist Sr., a founder of HCA. National recipients will be honored in the spring at a reception at the company’s Nashville headquarters. Last year, Frankfort Regional’s director of engineering, Arnie LeMay, was the national employee recipient of the Frist Montalvo Humanitarian Award. “I am very proud to present these awards,” said Chip Peal, chief executive officer at Frankfort Regional Medical Center. “Frank Manns, Dr. Montalvo and Priscilla Gershman are an inspiration to all our employees, physicians and volunteers. Their generosity and dedication serve as a living example of both Frankfort Regional’s and HCA’s commitment to the care and improvement of human life.” Manns has worked at Frankfort Regional the vehicle of Katie Jo Stratton, 26, of 548 Hickory Drive. According to the police report, Stratton told police Medley had been staying at the Hickory residence for a little while. Cornish said he received tips about possible meth production at 548 Hickory Drive about a week and a half ago. “I had been watching them, but this was a break in the case, this traffic stop,” Cornish said. City police obtained written consent to search the residence and found evidence of four previous “shake and bake” meth labs, including lithium, four hydrochloric gas generators, ammonia nitrate crystals from Medical Center for over 31 years. Currently, he serves as project coordinator in the engineering department, where he consistently goes out of his way to serve the hospital’s patients and visitors. Montalvo currently works in Frankfort Regional’s emergency department, where he has for the past 13 years. He takes several mission trips each year giving of his Gershman time and resources while improving the lives of others. Gershman has volunteered at the hospital since August 2008. She assists in the main lobby next to the registration and information desk, assisting patients and visitors. Gershman can always be found with a smile on her face and a willingness to help patients and families, according to the news release. In addition to her volunteer work at the hospital, Gershman also helps with the Kentucky legislative session, Senior Citizens Center and the YMCA. cold packs, several receipts for the purchase of Sudafed, tubing and punctured ether cans. Kentucky State Police responded to the scene at about 8:30 p.m. to clean up the meth labs. Medley faces charges of a failure to wear a seat belt, operating on suspended license, first offense trafficking for 2 grams or greater of methamphetamine, first offense manufacturing for meth and buying or possessing drug paraphernalia. Both Cochran and Stratton and Paula Bell, 49, have been charged with a first offense of manufacturing meth and first offense unlawful distribution of a meth precursor, according to police. Bell, listed on the lease of the Hickory residence, told police she had snorted meth with Medley and had previously purchased two boxes of pseudoephedrine for him, according to police. Brian Bell, 25, of 1821 Glensboro Road also told police that he had snorted meth with Medley. He was charged with one count of manufacturing meth, according to police. As of press time, bond amounts for those facing charges had not been set. Comment at theandersonnews. com. OBITUARIES LOUISE TRAVIS BENTLEY, 85 Louise Travis Bentley, 85, ied May 2, 2012, at Jewish ospital Shelbyville. She was the daughter of he late Ezra and Lilly Richie Travis. In addition to her husband Thomas Chester ‘T. C.’ Bentley, rs. Bentley is survived by her on, Martin Thomas Bentley, nd her two daughters, Sue arol McAllister and Brenda iele. Visitation was held May 4 nd funeral services were held ay 5 at First Baptist Church f Taylorsville. Interment folowed in Valley Cemetery. Hall-Taylor Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. FORREST EUGENE BRYANT, 63 Forrest Eugene Bryant, 63, f Lawrenceurg, died ay 1, 2012, t his home. He was orn in Frankin County to Joyce Johnson Bryant ryant, Lawenceburg, and he late Forrest E. Bryant. He was a farmer and a facory worker; a member of New iberty Christian Church; and 1967 graduate of Western igh School. Including his mother, he s survived by his wife of 44 years, Bonnie Morris Bryant; a daughter, Gina (Chris) Cummins, Lawrenceburg; a son, Chris (Marla) Bryant, Harrodsburg; four grandchildren, Christin ( Jacob) Flygstad, Stacia Bryant, Michaela and Christian Cummins; a great grandchild, Melina Flygstad; and two sisters, Linda Schureman, Waddy, and Sharon Doss, Lawrenceburg. Including his father, he was preceded in death by a sister, Darla House; a great grandson, Dakota Flygstad; and a grandbaby. Visitation was held May 3 and funeral services were held May 4 at Gash Memorial Chapel with Bro. Kenneth Shouse officiating. Burial followed in Lawrenceburg Cemetery. Memorial contributions are suggested to Hospice of the Bluegrass, 663 Teton Trail, Frankfort, KY 40601. Casketbearers were Michael Morris, Joe Hardin, Mike Nutgrass, Bobby Richardson, Kelly Dickerson Jacob Flygstad, and Mike Stinnett. Honorary bearers were Greg Collins, Elwood McKinney and Jim Riggle. CLARA SOARD FIELDS, 87 Clara Soard Fields, 87, of Lawrenceburg, formerly of Versailles, died April 23, 2012, at St. Joseph Hospital. She was a daughter of the late Beck and Mary Updike Soard. Survivors include her daughter, Dorothy Hill. Funeral services were held April 26 at Blackburn & Ward Funeral Home. Burial was in Versailles Cemetery. BETTY LOUISE RICHARDSON HAGAN, 84 Betty Louise Richardson Hagan, 84, of Lawrenceburg, died May 5, 2012, at Heritage Hall Health Care Center in Lawrenceburg. She was born in Versailles, Ky., to the late Clarence and Josie Mae Martin Richardson. She is the widow of Philip Hagan Jr. EVERY DAY LUNCH BUFFET A l l Yo u C a n E at – 1 1 a . m . - 2 p . m . Adults $5.25|Ages 3-10 $3.25|Ages 0-2 FREE DINNER BUFFET $7.25 We d n e s d ay & T h u r s d ay – 5 - 9 p . m . She was a homemaker, a member of Highview Church of Christ in Chaplin and a graduate of Versailles High School. She is survived a daughter, Carolyn (David) Crager, Lawrenceburg; a son, Larry (Gwen) Hagan, Beattyville; four grandchildren, Kelly Jo (Garrick) Gay, and Samuel Hagan, Lawrenceburg, Brandy Mims, Mount Eden, and Joshua Hagan, Beattyville; seven great grandchildren, Emma, Aislinn, and Perry Gay, Lawrenceburg, Torie Humphrey, McKenzie Morris, Haydon Mims, all of Mt. Eden, and Heather Shanks, Jeffersonville; two sisters, Joann Leigh, Mary Margaret (Philip) House; two brothers, Paul (Barbara) Richardson, and Clarence Richardson Jr., all of Versailles. Including her husband and parents, she was preceded in death by a sister, Katherine Lee; and two brothers, Carl and Clayton Richardson. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on May 10 at Gash Memorial Chapel with Bro. Terry Cooper officiating. Burial will follow in Highview Cemetery in Chaplin. Visitation will be from 5-8 p.m. on May 9. Casketbearers will be Samuel Hagan, Joshua Hagan, Garrick Gay, David Crager, “Bullet” Couch and David Temple. DANNY HARDIN, 52 Danny Hardin, 52, Lawrenceburg, died May 1, 2012, at his home. A native of Louisville, he was the son of Mary Ree Milburn Mahoney, Eminence, Ky., and Herman Hardin Russell Hardin. He was a former Quebecor employee. In addition to his mother, he is survived by his wife, Christy Hardin; a daughter, Nicole McGinnis ( Jerry), Harrodsburg; two step-daughters, Jessica Crutcher (Donte), Frankfort and Kealey Gabhart, Lawrenceburg; a step-son, Adam Peyton, Frankfort; two sisters, Debra Kidwell, Pleasureville and Paula Dauga, Harrodsburg and a brother, Gary Hardin, Ala. No services are planned. WALTER HARDING HARLEY, 90 Walter Harding Harley, 90, of Lawrenceburg, died May 6, 2012, at his home. He was born in Anderson County to the late Benjamin Harrison and Davie Lee Cornish Harley. He was a Harley farmer; a member and deacon of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church; a member of the Rutherford Ruritan Club; a musician; and served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He is survived by his wife of 70 years, Alpha Blakeman Harley; two daughters, Janet Rose (Keith) Cornish, Marion County, Barbara June (Kerry) Markwell, Lawrenceburg; two sons, Edward Jewell ( Jennie) Harley, Lawrenceburg, and James Arthur “Jamie” ( Judy) Harley, Harrodsburg; eight grandchildren; 27 great grandchildren; and six great great grandchildren; and a brother, Arvin (Edna) Harley, Lawrenceburg. He was preceded in death by a great grandson, James Hooper, and a brother, William Harley. NOW OPEN 2nd Chance Upscale Consignment Boutique Come try our dinner specials! Daily 3-10 p.m. We have a ‘Relay for Life’ sec on, where proceeds will be donated to Relay. EL MAGUEY MAGUEY 101 W. Court St. • Lawrenceburg 502-839-6052 755 W. Broadway • 859-1880 Tue-Fri 10 a.m.-6 p.m. • Sat 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Mexican Restaurant Near Tractor Supply Funeral services will be held Wednesday, May 9 at Gash Memorial Chapel with Bro. Bobby Chesser and Bro. Robert Simmons officiating. Burial will follow in Lawrenceburg Cemetery. Visitation was held May 8. Memorial contributions are suggested to Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, c/o Barbara Markwell, 236 Gailane, Lawrenceburg, KY 40342. Casketbearers were Harley’s grandsons and honorary bearers will be granddaughters and deacons of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church. JULIA MARLENE MARSHALL, 65 Julia Marlene Marshall, 65, died May 3, 2012, at St. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. A Louisville resident, Marshall was born May 3, 1947. She is preceded in death by her mother and father and by her husband, Vance. She loved interior decorating and gardening and was devoted to her family and friends. She is survived by three daughters, Teri (Chuck) Lawson, Michelle Elmore, and Melissa Tuttle; nine grandchildren, Ashleigh (Kenneth) Willoughby; Vanessa Lawson; Mirage, Kaeleb, and Joshuah Elmore; Seth, Raven, and Olivia Tuttle; four great-grandchildren, Nate, Luke, Levi, and Noah Willoughby; two siblings, Richard Dobbs and Denise (Larry) Merz; a sister-in-law, Karen Dobbs; four nieces and nephews, Tom Merz, Amanda (Mike) Fryrear, and Tava Dobbs; two great-nephews, Christopher and Jacob Fryrear; her closest friend, Linda Ferris; and her pomeranian, Da Vinci. Visitation and funeral services were held May 6 at Newcomer Funeral Home. Monumental Life The Quality Life Company When Do You Need Life Insurance Getting Married Becoming a Parent Moving to a New House Getting Divorced Becoming a Grandparent Loss of a Loved One Changing Your Job Reentering the Workforce Retirement Life Insurance … It’s for the Living! Family Income Replacement Lana Peach, Your Agent 502-680-0770

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