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In addition to her parents, one sister, Ellna Davis and one grandson, Jamal Marshall, preceded her in death. These interviews are conducted with people who participated in or observed past events and whose memories and perceptions of these are to be preserved as an aural record for future generations. Biggest Inspiration His father Favorite wedding Trend Charity registries, which encourage guests to make donations in lieu of gifts Dogs or cats? She departed this life on July 11, following several months of declining health. The first Lincoln Tower was for the year and the last one produced was for the last class in It is connected to the convention center. He was a member and former deacon of St.
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Get quick answers from Cincinnati Marriott at RiverCenter staff and past guests. Is there a hot tub. Response from TJouer Reviewed this property. There is a lap pool which we didn't use, but I don't recall that there was a hot tub. I checked the website under the Fitness heading, and there was not one listed either. Is that a direct route to the casino or do you have to make a transfer. Response from Cvgdr Property representative.
Good Afternoon, The Jack Casino discontinued service to most area hotels about a year ago. It's safe, simple and reasonably quick. Thank you for your question. We hope this helps! Does Jack's offer a shuttle from the hotel like the Horseshoe did in the past. Response from Sabrina S Property representative. No Jack's does not offer a shuttle, but there are options. He retired in During Al's time with the National Park Service, he developed programs to serve children and young people in the Capitol area as well as bringing some of the biggest names in entertainment to Washington for major events such as the 4th of July concert on the National Mall.
He was also recognized as a Kentucky Colonel in , the highest title of honor bestowed by the Governor of Kentucky. It is in recognition of an individual's noteworthy accomplishments and outstanding service. Interment will be private. Gardner Moore, 72, died Monday, March 6, at her home in Frankfort. She retired from Bendix Corporation following 22 years of service as a machinist. In her leisure time, she enjoyed sewing and drawing. She was a very talented seamstress, with the skills to develop patterns from newspaper.
She was a lifelong member of Bethel A. She was the widow of Louis Gardner and Billy C. Moore, both of whom preceded her in death. Survivors include two brothers, James B. Lewis and Jerry C. Ashby, Ryan Beach and Terri-Lynn Overall and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and friends. She was very dedicated to her work and her patients. She was a member of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife: Visitation from 12 Saturday until service Elmo Thomas Sr.
Published in The Oldham Era from Mar. Margaret was a resident of Eminence, Kentucky at the time of her passing. She graduated from the Lincoln Institute. Eminence Cemetery Honorary Pallbearers: Gales,went home to be with her Heavenly Father on February 22, She graduated from Lincoln Institute, June 1, Stephen Church, S. Arrangements entrusted to G. Published in The Courier-Journal on Feb. She worked for the Kroger Corporate office for almost 20 years. In , she was designated as a Black Achiever.
Bobbie loved people and helping others, including her work with Dare to Care. She was preceded in death by her son, Troy L. Jude Children's Research Hospital. For several years he has been performing Oral History interviews with various individuals who attended Lincoln Institute; students, faculty, workers and others.
He has over one hundred interviews and they are now archived at Berea College and available to the public. He will be interviewing others over the next several months. Oral history is the collection and study of historical information about individuals, families, important events, or everyday life using audiotapes, videotapes, or transcriptions of planned interviews.
These interviews are conducted with people who participated in or observed past events and whose memories and perceptions of these are to be preserved as an aural record for future generations.
Oral history strives to obtain information from different perspectives and most of these cannot be found. If you or someone you know would like to participate, if you haven't already been interviewed , please let me know and I will put him in contact with you. Gary Brown gbrowntss aol. She was a member of the Altamont Baptist Church as a youth and then she returned home as an adult. She sang in the choir there and was affectionately known to most as Momma Carrie.
She was employed by Detroit Schools Department of Transportation for many years, She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Thomas J. She is also survived by a special cousin, Peggy Cown, known as Tina Turner and her adopted sons, Gary Adamson of East Bernstadt, Kentucky, Tom Gambrel of Corbin, Kentucky, and a host of nieces and nephews, cousins, friends, and acquaintances.
Carrie was loved by many. She was a veteran of the U. She graduated from Kentucky State University with a master's degree in criminal justice and business administration.
She retired from Kentucky State University with more than 30 years of service. She was also a retired cosmetologist. In her leisure time, she enjoyed her grandchildren and was very supportive of all their activities. In addition to her parents, one daughter, Lovous Washington and one brother, Otis Folks, preceded her in death.
Survivors include her son, Carlos V. Funeral services will be Wednesday, December 7, at 12 p. Bishop Robert Manley will deliver the eulogy. Burial will follow with military honors at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Frankfort. Church, Henry Clay St. She retired from the home economics department at Kentucky State University in Following her retirement, she was a domestic engineer for many families. Church, where she served as an usher, a member of the missionary society and headed up vacation bible school.
Evans, preceded her in death. Survivors include one son, Antonio Chambers, Sr. Church with visitation after 11 a. Her sorority sisters will have a service at 1 p. Pendleton will deliver the eulogy, and burial will follow at Calvary Cemetery. Any questions about our scholarship process can be directed to our Scholarship Chair - Estelle Marshall ellemarsh twcbb.
Sullivan, Class of " Visitation: He was a graduate of Lincoln Institute, Class of He was retired as an accounting technician for the federal government. He joined Clay Street Baptist Church as a child. He was a member of the choir. In his leisure time, he enjoyed writing poetry, manuscripts and greeting card verses. Wednesday at Webb Funeral Home. She was a member of the Elk Creek Baptist Church.
Jones is survived by her loving husband of 64 years, Edgar; children, Edgar Jones, Jr. She attended Lincoln Institute, where she was a cheerleader. She did custodial work for Kentucky State University. She enjoyed cooking, grocery shopping and talking on the telephone in her leisure time.
She was a member of the New Mt. Zion Baptist Church and, in her later years, was under the watch care of Rev. Ronald Walker of Shelby Congregational Church. Thomas of Shelbyville; one aunt, Georgia E. Stone of Louisville; four stepsons, Johnnie Mitchell, Ronald Mitchell, Raymond Mitchell and Reginald Mitchell, all of Kansas City, KS; 17 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
John Methodist Church with visitation after 11 a. Ronald Walker will officiate. Davis, 71, Goshen, died suddenly and unexpectedly on Sunday, September 4, at her home. She was a graduate of Lincoln Institute and a veteran of the U. Air Force during the Vietnam Era. She worked for the American Red Cross, where she ran the Bloodmobile. She then worked at the Ford Motor Company, where she was one of the first females to work on the assembly line at the Kentucky Truck Plant.
After Ford, she worked as a mail sorter for the U. Postal Service until her retirement. After relocating to Louisville, she joined Cable Missionary Baptist Church, where she served faithfully for many years. She later joined Green Castle Baptist Church, where she enjoyed her church, her Sunday School Class and teachers as well as her Wednesday night bible study taught by Rev.
She also served in the children's ministry and taught at Vacation Bible School. Jamar was a student of the bible and lived her life as the bible teaches.
She always put others before self even if it meant sacrificing herself. Jamar led by example and was an inspiration to anyone around her. Orlando departed this life on July 24, He was the youngest of six children. He accepted Christ as his personal Savior at an early age. He was a faithful member for over 30 years at Portland Memorial Baptist Church where he served in several ministries.
Orlando served as a Deacon and was the oldest Deacon of the church. His nickname was "Rabbi". Orlando was educated at Lincoln Institute in Shelbyville, Kentucky. Upon his graduation in , he continued his education at Kentucky State University.
Orlando was awarded a Good Conduct Medal in that class. Orlando retired from International Harvester Manufacturer Company after many years of dedicated service. He also worked for Kenway Services. After retirement he was self-employed running his own pallets business where he would fix and refurbish pallets for local businesses in Greater Louisville.
Orlando loved his sports! He was an avid University of Louisville cardinal fan. A special thank you to Kevin, his caregiver, for two years of devotion and Mary Lawson for all the extended love and support. On Friday evening we had a Game Night on the campus and had over people in attendance. We had over people in attendance for our memorial service and about of them had a delicious lunch catered by the Whitney Young Job Corp, Culinary Arts students and staff.
We memorialized 49 alumni who have passed. She was well received and challenged each of us to get involved in our local communities. He has been a practicing attorney for over 61 years. A community activist and recipient of the John G. Fee Award, Berea College. He was very eloquent in his presentation and challenged us to help as many young people as possible with scholarships.
WE look forward to seeing all of you at the Reunion in Louisville, Kentucky. Rose Marie was a devout Christian. She attended the Lincoln Institute in Louisville, Kentucky in the and school years. Hewitt was born in Moorefield, Kentucky to the union of the late Rev. The union was blessed with seven boys, and one girl, Jennie. She departed this life on July 11, following several months of declining health. Her devotion to Christian values, family and a desire to do the right thing would be a guiding force for her through-out her life.
Jennie graduated high school while the family was living in Bowling Green, Kentucky. In , she was united in holy matrimony to George M. They lived harmoniously together for twenty-four years until his untimely death. There were no children born to this union. Her teaching career began at Lincoln Institution in Shelbyville, Kentucky, where she taught English and French for fifteen years.
She later received her Certificate of Librarianship from Spalding University and worked as a librarian the last ten years of her educational career.
Over the years many of her former students have maintained contact with her and credit their success to her encouragement, support and enthusiasm for education.
Following retirement Jennie traveled extensively, visiting forty-nine states and countries in Europe, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Africa. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, brothers, John Hewitt, Sr. Dora , Abel Hewitt, Jr. Jennie leaves to cherish her memories, brother, Finis Hewitt Sandra ; godsons, Dr.
Stephen Cosby of Akron, Ohio and Dr. Edward Brown of Belize, Central America, now living in Miami, Florida, and a host of nieces, nephews, other family and friends. There will be a Crossing to the Chapter Invisible Service at 1: Burial will follow at Calvary Cemetery with full military honors. He was 83 at the time of his passing. Funeral arrangements are incomplete.
Railey, Class of " John H. Following graduation, he attended trade school and learned the trades of plumbing and electricity. He entered the military, joining the U. Army National Guard of Kentucky. He retired from the National Guard as a staff drill sergeant after 24 years of service.
He then worked for General Electric Company on the assembly line. He worked for Sam Cardwell Construction Company, pouring concrete. He was supervisor over the paint line at Shelby Industries and had most recently worked for the City Shelbyville in the Department of Public Works. In his leisure time, he was first and foremost a very proud grandfather.
He also enjoyed fishing, hunting, singing and dancing. As a youngster, he and his brothers had a band where he was the lead singer. He also trained horses as a young man for Murray Armstrong and was well known as a fast tobacco cutter. In addition to his parents, one brother, Joseph P. Railey, preceded him in death.
Survivors include his loving wife of 50 years, Barbara A. A prayer service will be held at 7 p. The wake will be 12 noon to 9 p. Robert Ragland will deliver the eulogy.
She retired from General Electric, attended Lincoln Institute and worked in the nursing field. She is survived by her children, Johnnie R.
Bald Renee , Yvonne E. She is also survived by a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, great-great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Her funeral ceremony will be held Monday, June 13, at 11 a. Memorial contributions may be made to First Baptist Church of Jeffersontown. He was preceded in death by his wife Eugenia A. Survivors include his children, Steven J. Whalen Sr; numerous grandchildren. He was 70 years old. The election of officers was held and the following individuals will serve for the next two years.
Her husband Irving, a Tuskegee Airmen preceded her in death. She and her husband both were longtime educators in the Dayton Public School System. Moses graduated from Lincoln Institute in and later graduated from Kentucky State College where she was a member of the track team. She had a lifelong love for sports.
After she retired from the Dayton Public Schools, Gladys made her mark in a variety of other ways. She was the first woman trustee at Bethel Baptist Church in Dayton and the first deaconess in the history of the church.
Along with her three sons Moses, Irving Jr. Her funeral arrangements are not finalized. A memorial service will be announced at a later date. Moses sons is legendary Track and Field star Edwin Moses. He was a Gold Medal winner at the Olympics in and ESPN has named him one of the 50 greatest sports figures of the 20th century. Following his honorable discharge from the military, Walter matriculated at Kentucky State College University where he was a star football player, All-America quarterback and officer of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
He also served on the Greene County Board of Health from In Walter was commissioned a Kentucky Colonel, the highest honor awarded to individuals by the governor of Kentucky for their public service and work for the advancement of the community, state or the nation. He was preceded in death by his parents, his sister Viola Williams, and his beloved wife of 51 years Patsye McFall Gilliard.
Thursday, March 17, 6: Friday, March 18, In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to: Tabernacle Baptist Church, S. OH OR to: Smith, 75, of Glasgow, died on Feb. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Smith was preceded in death by a son, Victor Lee Shirley. Funeral was held on Saturday February 19, at the church. Jones,85, passed away Wednesday, February 3, She is survived by her two daughters, Daisy and Althea Jones; two brothers, Leo Brenda and Robert Betty Bradford; three grandchildren, Nikki Perez, Mikal Forbush and Terra Mundy Milton ; eight great-grandchilden; two great-great grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews and loved ones.
He was also preceded in death by his granddaughter, Ashley Thomas. Patrick is survived by his children, Patrick Thomas, Jr. Visitation will be from Burial at Berrytown Cemetery. To leave a special message for the family, please visit www. He was a veteran of the Korean War where he worked as an engineer, and also worked at Norwood Manufacturing. He leaves to mourn his passing his daughter: Anthony and Sam, 3 grandchildren: Ryan, Jordyn, and Channing.
He is preceded in death by his parents: John and Ethel Hipsher, his wife: Katie Hipsher, and these brothers and sisters: Graveside Services for Mr. She was still employed at Jewish Hospital, where she was supervisor of environmental services. She was a member of Lincoln Alumni in both the national and local chapters. She was a lifelong member of St. In addition to her parents, one sister, Linda Lee Crittendon, preceded her in death. Crittendon of Shelbyville; four grandchildren, Tyrese Patterson, Alex Crittendon, Scotlyn Crittendon and Kya Crittendon and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
John United Methodist Church with Rev. David Burton, her former supervisor at Jewish Hospital, will officiate. Visitation will be p. Mary loved to read, work crossword puzzles, and talk on the phone. Mary was preceded in death by her parents, Willie Patton and John C. Nancy Brown; husband, George Williams, Sr. After receiving her High School diploma from the Lincoln Institute, class of , an African-American boarding high school in Shelby County, Kentucky, Hortense traveled to Greensboro, North Carolina to pursue her education at Bennett College, a historically African American liberal arts college for women, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Library Science, Class of With degree in hand, Hortense received her first job as a media specialist or librarian working for the Somerset County, Maryland public school system.
Hortense worked four years with Somerset County, which lead to her finding the love of her life Edward Dale Sutton. Hortense and Edward D. Sutton married in Crisfield, Maryland, Thursday, June 7, , as she transitioned to a new job that same year in Bowie, Maryland.
Hortense and Edward were married for forty-three years before his passing in Hortense enjoyed her time at MSTC because the educational programs trained African-American teachers for junior high schools, secondary education and liberal arts after the U. Known for her smile, generosity and hardy laugh, Hortense formed lifetime relationships with students at Takoma Park, through coaching and mentoring programs she instituted in the library.
To this day, former students send her family photos and letters of accomplishments. She became an avid bridge player with her Theta Omega Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority sisters, and a dedicated fan of professional football and basketball. Hortense became active in her the community by becoming a neighborhood block captain, attending community social events, cultivating community support on her street and helping to create academic assistance programs.
Her continued community activism won her a community service award and acknowledgment from the Maryland General Assembly, 24th Legislative District. Hortense had a heart of gold and a smile that would light up the room. She loved taking care of family, spending time with close friends, and putting the needs of others first. Her genuine smile and laughter would brighten your day, and remind you that family and friends are important.
Some of her favorite pastimes included working out with friends, dancing, travel, football Sunday, professional basketball, and attending events at her church, Reid A.
You could always count on Hortense providing an encouraging word in times of crisis and an ear for listening. Joseph Hospital in Lexington. Laverne also leaves behind a host of extended family and friends. Terrance Moore and Rev. The recognition will be sponsored by the 12th Man Booster Club.
All Lincoln alumni are invited to participate. Former players will receive free admittance; all others will need to pay a small admission fee. Wear a Lincoln T-Shirt, cap or whatever you have with Lincoln on it and wear it with pride.
If you know anyone that was on this team please inform them about this event. Come and join us and celebrate with someone who is celebrating us! Gates open at 6: Robert was a retired U.
Air Force and Vietnam Veteran. While attending Lincoln Institute he was a quarterback on the State Championship team. He was also a member of Westwood Presbyterian Church. He leaves to cherish his memory his loving wife of 54 years, Kathleen; his children, Robert Logan, Jr.
Funeral services were held Thursday, June 18, at A. Judge Bunyan later joined his father's church, Mt Calvary Baptist Church where he facilitated in many of the church's organizations.
He later united with Southern Baptist Church where he served faithfully in the Male Chorus until his illness took over rendering him unable to attend. Judge Bunyan was joined in holy matrimony to the late Dr. He later was united in marriage to Dr. They were together 20 years and remained close friends until the end.
His studies were interrupted to fulfill his duties with the U. However, when the war was over, he was able to complete his studies at Morehouse in August Judge Bunyan was in this department for 20 years and successfully progresses up within the ranks to become the department's top ranking civilian employee. Judge Bunyan served as the first president for this new organization.
Judge Bunyan departed this life on Friday afternoon, August 28, He had stayed the course which God prepared for him before the beginning of time. And, because of his example, five members of his immediate family are now practicing attorneys.
Yes, he completed his assignment, helping others whenever possible, he encouraged, mentored, taught, paved the way, and left a light shining for others who are yet to come. He leaves to mourn his passing, his son, Bruce Williams Bunyan, his step-daughter, Attorney Lisa Elaine Hemphill, two grandchildren, Travis and Trent, his two sisters Margurite Giles and Sadye Dean, nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives, friends, and colleagues.
He was a member of Second Christian Church; graduate of Lincoln Institute; and a former employee of Wild Turkey Boulevard Distillery where he retired as a warehouse supervisor.
Gray is preceded in death by one brother, Billy McKee. Funeral services will be Ramon Smith and Rev. Burial will follow in Camp Nelson National Cemetery. He passed from this earth surrounded by the love of his family. A native of Shelbyville, he was the son of William H. Payne and Blanche Rucker Payne. He was an artist, fisherman, gardener, card shark, and food connoisseur. He restored the beauty of many homes in Shelbyville lending his talents as a painter, wallpaper hanger, and furniture finisher.
His passion for refurbishing antiques is beautifully displayed in the homes of his family and prominent "old families" in his hometown and surrounding areas. Llewellyn enjoyed reciting poetry. He was a short story writer. Click links to see listings below: A great find here. Only I have these chips, other than some collectors who bought a chip from me I bought out all of the chips from a man in Wisconsin whose mother worked in the Frolics and rescued these chips.
There are only 6 left of the brown chips and about 20 each of the red and orange chips. The chip might have a small edge nick.
The title to the auction says a lot about the chips: As I show in the auction description, he not only owned the club, but was arrested there per Chicago Tribune newspaper story. The chips sold here are T-mold, very nice condition, though canceled with neat drill hole.
The bown 5s have the same "Frolics 5" on both sides. The orange Frolics 10 and red Frolics 30 have different small numbers on the back, which we believe are security numbers each chip has a different number. The chip you receive might have a small edge nick. Same on both sides. I am down to my last set of four. Tokens like these were commonly used years ago throughout the country as poker chips and commercial trade tokens. Click here to read more about them and the famous CMC in my recent auction.
I have only about 4 sets of these left. Read the story about them from my latest completed auction: In many parts of the US, but particularly in Montana, "good-for" tokens like these were used for poker and other gambling games. If you look at Ed Hertel's illegal gambling guide, you will see the large number of token chips used in illegal clubs and bars in Montana. The small denominations exemplify the value of the dollar then, and the modest income of the residents.
Tokens were also used in case of police raids -- the owners could claim that the chips were commercial tokens for change and advertising premiums. The reverse side is like all the others "Old Faithful Livingston Mont. The chip is DARK blue. I had to lighten the scan so the words could be better seen. Only one of these is left! I have about a half dozen of the chips. Both sides of the chip are shown above. I have only a half dozen of the chips. Not in Hertel's illegal club chip guide.
Not in The Gambling Table. It is a thick square-edge chip.