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Brickman David C Funeral Service

29801 Lakeland Boulevard
Wickliffe, OH 44092
(440) 953-0505
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Dan Cosic Funeral Home

28890 Chardon Road
Wickliffe, OH 44092
(440) 944-8400
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Dejohn Fylnn Mylott Funeral Homes and Cremtn Services

28890 Chardon Road
Wickliffe, OH 44092
(216) 531-9411
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Orlando-Donsante Funeral Home

29550 Euclid Ave
Wickliffe, OH 44092
(440) 943-2466
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Notable deaths in 2016 from around the region - Local News ... - Paducah Sun

Monday, January 09, 2017

Printers' Foreman.4: Dr. Kit Wayne Wesler, 60, of Murray. Staff archaeologist at Murray State University. Appointed as director of the University's Wickliffe Mounds Research Center in 1983. MSU's first Fulbright Scholar in 1985 and MSU's first repeat Fulbright Scholar in 2002. Author of three books, many journal articles, fiction, poetry.5: Robert S. Sid Easley, 75, of Murray. Served as county attorney of Calloway County for eight years, then as first district judge for Calloway and Marshall counties for four years. Partner at the law firm of Hughes, Gregory, Easley, and Blankenship, where he worked for more than 35 years.5: Carl Eugene Adams, 58, of Paducah. Broker/owner and Realtor at Century 21 Service Realty. Past president (2008) and member of the Paducah Board of Realtors. Realtor of the Year in 2008.6: Warren Farr, 66, of Paducah. Artist, boasting 38 major art exhibitions, including the Cheekwood Museum of Art in Nashville, Tennessee, the Yeiser Art Center in Paducah, and New Orleans Museum of Art. His biggest exhibition was at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., where his paintings were viewed by president Ronald Reagan. Created a computer game, COMPU-OPOLY, published by Dynacomp Inc. in 1994.8: Janet Chapman Lockard, 79, of Benton. Professional dancer with the London Royal Ballet while living in England. Owned a dance studio in Louisville and Benton. Retired from the hotel industry where she worked in guest services for Opryland Hotel and Timmons Properties in Nashville, Tennessee.13: Evelyn "Sitter" Fletcher, 88, of Princeton. Served t...

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Notable deaths in 2016 from around the region - Local News ... - Paducah Sun

Monday, January 09, 2017

Printers' Foreman.4: Dr. Kit Wayne Wesler, 60, of Murray. Staff archaeologist at Murray State University. Appointed as director of the University's Wickliffe Mounds Research Center in 1983. MSU's first Fulbright Scholar in 1985 and MSU's first repeat Fulbright Scholar in 2002. Author of three books, many journal articles, fiction, poetry.5: Robert S. Sid Easley, 75, of Murray. Served as county attorney of Calloway County for eight years, then as first district judge for Calloway and Marshall counties for four years. Partner at the law firm of Hughes, Gregory, Easley, and Blankenship, where he worked for more than 35 years.5: Carl Eugene Adams, 58, of Paducah. Broker/owner and Realtor at Century 21 Service Realty. Past president (2008) and member of the Paducah Board of Realtors. Realtor of the Year in 2008.6: Warren Farr, 66, of Paducah. Artist, boasting 38 major art exhibitions, including the Cheekwood Museum of Art in Nashville, Tennessee, the Yeiser Art Center in Paducah, and New Orleans Museum of Art. His biggest exhibition was at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., where his paintings were viewed by president Ronald Reagan. Created a computer game, COMPU-OPOLY, published by Dynacomp Inc. in 1994.8: Janet Chapman Lockard, 79, of Benton. Professional dancer with the London Royal Ballet while living in England. Owned a dance studio in Louisville and Benton. Retired from the hotel industry where she worked in guest services for Opryland Hotel and Timmons Properties in Nashville, Tennessee.13: Evelyn "Sitter" Fletcher, 88, of Princeton. Served t...