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76478 Ash Street
Oakridge, OR 97463
(541) 782-4328
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Looking backward: Feb. 3, 2017 - Shelbyville Sentinel News

Monday, February 06, 2017

County, 81-80, with a last-second put-back.... The SCHS girls’ basketball team got a big regional victory, beating Scott County, 59-52, in Georgetown.... The Cornerstone Bulldogs jumped out early on Oakridge and cruised to a 76-39 victory.... Ashley Rae Marston of Franklin, Tenn. and daughter of Barry L. and Raenell Marston, graduated from Belmont University in Nashville with a bachelor's degree in music education and a minor in classical vocal performance…. Births: Hannah Noel Reinhart, Austin Wayne Richard…. I’m one: Marcus Ethanand Caleb Douglas Collins.... Deaths: William F. Bourg, 78; Bobby Wilson Yates, 69; Dortha May Scrogham McGaughey, 78; Samuel A. Cardwell, 67; Joseph Barbati Sr., 80; Gilbert Clark, 86; Thomas Jordan Jr., 68; Joyce Ann LeCompte, 64; Flora Lucille Newton, 85; Dr. Shelby Thomas Powell, 80; Lillian Roberts, 83; Otto D. Ryan, 64; Patsy Carol Samples, 42; Charity E. Vaughn, 87.25 years ago, 1992Horace Brownstarted his 12th year on the state's Environmental Quality Commission. One project under way was cleaning up the state's rivers, which he said falls in line with the Shelbyville 2000 project of cleaning up Clear Creek.... The Shelbyville/Shelby County Parks and Recreation board hired the Lexington architectural firm Brandsetter/Carroll Inc. to design a 1,500-2,000 seat amphitheatre to be located at the rear of the park between the unlighted softball field and Colonel Sanders picnic shelter.... Rev. Steven D. Boydwas named pastor at Simpsonville Baptist Church.... A fire caused $20,000 damage to the home owned by Frank Stivers on Henry Clay Street. With the help of neighbors and family, Marion Thomas saved most of her clothes and furniture.... Dr. Donald Chatham retired. "Dr. Chatham, if I could collect a dollar for every diaper change and bottle I fed to the babies you delivered, I wouldn't have to continue to pound these floors "til 65 to retire," Nurse Doris S. Ruble wrote in the program as a tribute to Dr. Chatham. Colleagues and friends crowded into the conference room in the Jewish Hospital Shelbyville basement for a tribute to Dr. Donald Chatham at his retirement party.... Amy Collins received the Shelby County Young Woman of the Year award; Kathleen Thompson was the best chairperson of the year.... Jeremiah and Gentry Easley won top honors in the 1991 Conservation Essay and Poster Contest – Gentry had the best essay and Jeremiah the best poster.... Shelby County High School center Matt Simonsshowed he deserved his starting position back by posting some eye-popping numbers against Clark County. The 6-foot-10.5 junior scored 23 points and pulled down 15 rebounds to lead the rockets to a 65-47 victory over the Cardinals.... Playing without injured forwards Kolisha Thomas and Kate Etheredge, the Shelby County High School girls' basketball team's guards took up the slack by combining for 24 points against Oldham County. The Lady Rockets beat the Lady Colonels 62-43.... Births: Deidre Rae-Ann Long, Sarah Paige Ashby, Stephen Spencer Combs Young.... Deaths: John Sam Robinson, 77; Julia Anna Cotter, 78; Sam Medley Sr., 71; Effie May Darnell Stevens, 76; J. Morris Shuck, 92; Prentice Ray Turner, 60; Earl R. Davis, 76.40 years ago, 1977R.S. “Sammy” Wood, who was serving his second year as sheriff of Shelby County, announced he would be a candidate for the office of Shelby County judge-executive in the May Democratic primary.... J.W. Hundley Jr. of Crume-Hundley Oil Co. was re-elected a director of the Kentucky Petroleum Marketers Association at its annual convention in Louisville.... Pauline R. Hensley, deputy county clerk, announced her candidacy for the office of Shelby County Clerk.... Shelbyville First Baptist Church celebrated its 158th anniversary. More than 400 people joined Dr. Arthur Rutledge, former director of the Home Missions Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, and Dr. Jim Highland, pastor of the church, for the celebration.... Newton Richardson, store manager of Kroger, received a pin for 35 years of service in the grocery business.... Patton Green, a University of Kentucky graduate, was an intern under Bob Bradford, district conservationist, in the local Soil Conservation Service (SCS) office.... William E. Matthews, president of PressCo. Inc., and publisher of Red's Alert magazine, took over as president of the ...

Rebecca Mayer

Monday, January 02, 2017

Ray Rubin. Fond cousin of Nicholas and Matthew Geller, Brittany and Melissa Gartenberg. Funeral Thursday 11 AM at Congregation Beth Shalom, 772 W 5th Ave., Naperville, IL 60563. Interment Jewish Oakridge Cemetery-HIllside. In lieu of flowers contributions in Rebecca's name to Congregation Beth Shalom, or the charity of your choice would be appreciated. Info Mitzvah Memorial Funerals, 630-MITZVAH (630-648-9824) or www.mitzvahfunerals.com...

William Ray Foster - Oak Ridger

Monday, July 25, 2016

Oak Ridge Turnpike, #331; Oak Ridge, TN 37830 or HonorAir Knoxville; 7536 Taggart Lane; Knoxville, TN 37938-8996.Page 2 of 2 - Online messages may be left for the family at www.martinfuneralhomeoakridge.com. Services entrusted to Martin Oak Ridge Funeral Home (865) 483-4341.

Church elder, former Stars of Glory member Roosevelt Carlisle crosses over at 65 - Frost Illustrated

Monday, July 04, 2016

He was 65.Born on December 7, 1950 in Newbern, Alabama, Carlisle dedicated his life to Jesus at an early age and rededicated his life in the 1980s.  In 2012, he was ordained an elder at the Oakridge Temple Church of God in Christ, where he served faithfully until his health would no longer allow him.  Additionally, he was renowned for his role as the long-time rock-solid middle tenor for the Stars of Glory gospel group. He loved the Lord and would share the Word and give encouragement to anyone he met.A graduate South Side High School and IVY Tech college, Carlisle was a U.S. Army veteran, serving during the Vietnam War and later in the Army Reserves.   In May 2016, he was honored by traveling to Washington, D.C. on an Honors Flight where he was acknowledged as a Vietnam veteran.Carlisle retired from DANA Corporation in Fort Wayne after 30 years of service and also drove the van for the League for the Blind. He was well known for being a handyman and auto mechanic.He was preceded in death by his mother, Rosetta Washington and grandson, Dan Bennett Jr.He leaves to mourn his passing: his loving and devoted wife of 28 years, Dollye; daughter, Renee (Sean) Kelsaw; sons, Domanic, Anwar “Shodie,” Trevel  Bell and Nathaniel (Katie) Northington Jr.; father, James (Nell) Avery Sr.; brothers, Larry Washington, Harold Perry and James (Tamertia) Avery Jr.; sisters, Joyce Carlisle, Lisa Brunson, Cynthia Hun...

Leon Carroll Parker, Sr. - Oak Ridger

Monday, June 06, 2016

Pastor Jason Bowen, L.C.’s grandson in-law.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital in his honor.Online messages may be left for the family at www.martinfuneralhomeoakridge.com Martin Oak Ridge Funeral Home is serving the Parker family.

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Looking backward: Feb. 3, 2017 - Shelbyville Sentinel News

Monday, February 06, 2017

County, 81-80, with a last-second put-back.... The SCHS girls’ basketball team got a big regional victory, beating Scott County, 59-52, in Georgetown.... The Cornerstone Bulldogs jumped out early on Oakridge and cruised to a 76-39 victory.... Ashley Rae Marston of Franklin, Tenn. and daughter of Barry L. and Raenell Marston, graduated from Belmont University in Nashville with a bachelor's degree in music education and a minor in classical vocal performance…. Births: Hannah Noel Reinhart, Austin Wayne Richard…. I’m one: Marcus Ethanand Caleb Douglas Collins.... Deaths: William F. Bourg, 78; Bobby Wilson Yates, 69; Dortha May Scrogham McGaughey, 78; Samuel A. Cardwell, 67; Joseph Barbati Sr., 80; Gilbert Clark, 86; Thomas Jordan Jr., 68; Joyce Ann LeCompte, 64; Flora Lucille Newton, 85; Dr. Shelby Thomas Powell, 80; Lillian Roberts, 83; Otto D. Ryan, 64; Patsy Carol Samples, 42; Charity E. Vaughn, 87.25 years ago, 1992Horace Brownstarted his 12th year on the state's Environmental Quality Commission. One project under way was cleaning up the state's rivers, which he said falls in line with the Shelbyville 2000 project of cleaning up Clear Creek.... The Shelbyville/Shelby County Parks and Recreation board hired the Lexington architectural firm Brandsetter/Carroll Inc. to design a 1,500-2,000 seat amphitheatre to be located at the rear of the park between the unlighted softball field and Colonel Sanders picnic shelter.... Rev. Steven D. Boydwas named pastor at Simpsonville Baptist Church.... A fire caused $20,000 damage to the home owned by Frank Stivers on Henry Clay Street. With the help of neighbors and family, Marion Thomas saved most of her clothes and furniture.... Dr. Donald Chatham retired. "Dr. Chatham, if I could collect a dollar for every diaper change and bottle I fed to the babies you delivered, I wouldn't have to continue to pound these floors "til 65 to retire," Nurse Doris S. Ruble wrote in the program as a tribute to Dr. Chatham. Colleagues and friends crowded into the conference room in the Jewish Hospital Shelbyville basement for a tribute to Dr. Donald Chatham at his retirement party.... Amy Collins received the Shelby County Young Woman of the Year award; Kathleen Thompson was the best chairperson of the year.... Jeremiah and Gentry Easley won top honors in the 1991 Conservation Essay and Poster Contest – Gentry had the best essay and Jeremiah the best poster.... Shelby County High School center Matt Simonsshowed he deserved his starting position back by posting some eye-popping numbers against Clark County. The 6-foot-10.5 junior scored 23 points and pulled down 15 rebounds to lead the rockets to a 65-47 victory over the Cardinals.... Playing without injured forwards Kolisha Thomas and Kate Etheredge, the Shelby County High School girls' basketball team's guards took up the slack by combining for 24 points against Oldham County. The Lady Rockets beat the Lady Colonels 62-43.... Births: Deidre Rae-Ann Long, Sarah Paige Ashby, Stephen Spencer Combs Young.... Deaths: John Sam Robinson, 77; Julia Anna Cotter, 78; Sam Medley Sr., 71; Effie May Darnell Stevens, 76; J. Morris Shuck, 92; Prentice Ray Turner, 60; Earl R. Davis, 76.40 years ago, 1977R.S. “Sammy” Wood, who was serving his second year as sheriff of Shelby County, announced he would be a candidate for the office of Shelby County judge-executive in the May Democratic primary.... J.W. Hundley Jr. of Crume-Hundley Oil Co. was re-elected a director of the Kentucky Petroleum Marketers Association at its annual convention in Louisville.... Pauline R. Hensley, deputy county clerk, announced her candidacy for the office of Shelby County Clerk.... Shelbyville First Baptist Church celebrated its 158th anniversary. More than 400 people joined Dr. Arthur Rutledge, former director of the Home Missions Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, and Dr. Jim Highland, pastor of the church, for the celebration.... Newton Richardson, store manager of Kroger, received a pin for 35 years of service in the grocery business.... Patton Green, a University of Kentucky graduate, was an intern under Bob Bradford, district conservationist, in the local Soil Conservation Service (SCS) office.... William E. Matthews, president of PressCo. Inc., and publisher of Red's Alert magazine, took over as president of the ...

Rebecca Mayer

Monday, January 02, 2017

Ray Rubin. Fond cousin of Nicholas and Matthew Geller, Brittany and Melissa Gartenberg. Funeral Thursday 11 AM at Congregation Beth Shalom, 772 W 5th Ave., Naperville, IL 60563. Interment Jewish Oakridge Cemetery-HIllside. In lieu of flowers contributions in Rebecca's name to Congregation Beth Shalom, or the charity of your choice would be appreciated. Info Mitzvah Memorial Funerals, 630-MITZVAH (630-648-9824) or www.mitzvahfunerals.com...

William Ray Foster - Oak Ridger

Monday, July 25, 2016

Oak Ridge Turnpike, #331; Oak Ridge, TN 37830 or HonorAir Knoxville; 7536 Taggart Lane; Knoxville, TN 37938-8996.Page 2 of 2 - Online messages may be left for the family at www.martinfuneralhomeoakridge.com. Services entrusted to Martin Oak Ridge Funeral Home (865) 483-4341.

Church elder, former Stars of Glory member Roosevelt Carlisle crosses over at 65 - Frost Illustrated

Monday, July 04, 2016

He was 65.Born on December 7, 1950 in Newbern, Alabama, Carlisle dedicated his life to Jesus at an early age and rededicated his life in the 1980s.  In 2012, he was ordained an elder at the Oakridge Temple Church of God in Christ, where he served faithfully until his health would no longer allow him.  Additionally, he was renowned for his role as the long-time rock-solid middle tenor for the Stars of Glory gospel group. He loved the Lord and would share the Word and give encouragement to anyone he met.A graduate South Side High School and IVY Tech college, Carlisle was a U.S. Army veteran, serving during the Vietnam War and later in the Army Reserves.   In May 2016, he was honored by traveling to Washington, D.C. on an Honors Flight where he was acknowledged as a Vietnam veteran.Carlisle retired from DANA Corporation in Fort Wayne after 30 years of service and also drove the van for the League for the Blind. He was well known for being a handyman and auto mechanic.He was preceded in death by his mother, Rosetta Washington and grandson, Dan Bennett Jr.He leaves to mourn his passing: his loving and devoted wife of 28 years, Dollye; daughter, Renee (Sean) Kelsaw; sons, Domanic, Anwar “Shodie,” Trevel  Bell and Nathaniel (Katie) Northington Jr.; father, James (Nell) Avery Sr.; brothers, Larry Washington, Harold Perry and James (Tamertia) Avery Jr.; sisters, Joyce Carlisle, Lisa Brunson, Cynthia Hun...

Leon Carroll Parker, Sr. - Oak Ridger

Monday, June 06, 2016

Pastor Jason Bowen, L.C.’s grandson in-law.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital in his honor.Online messages may be left for the family at www.martinfuneralhomeoakridge.com Martin Oak Ridge Funeral Home is serving the Parker family.