James Arthur (Art) Terry, 78, of Camby, passed away June 21, 2013, at Reid Memorial Hospital in Richmond.
Born in Oneida, June 2, 1935, he was preceded in death by his parents, Miles and Dorothy Terry; brother, Phillip Terry; sister, Ruthie Terry; and son-in-law, Wayne Terry.
He was a member of Five Points Baptist Church; a graduate of Oneida High School; and proudly served in the United States Army Reserves. He worked for High-Grade Meat Packing, Chevrolet, Tri-Ax Trucking; and also owned and operated Terryís One Stop. An avid outdoorsman, he enjoyed gardening, racing, and most of all spending time with family.
He is survived by his wife, Opal Mae Blevins Terry; children: Cheryl Terry of Plainfield, Patty Ashley (Bruce), and Alan Terry (Debbie), all of Moorseville, and Jimmy Terry of Camby; grandchildren: Mike, Teresa, Shelby, Chelsea, and Cody; great-grandchildren: Amanda, Brandon, Ashley, and Mike, Jr.; great-great-grandchildren: Mariah, Calvary, and William; brothers: Tony Terry, and Robbie Terry (Teresa), all of Oneida; sisters: Wanda Stanley (Jim), of Plainfield, Bertha Lou Lay (Amon), and Joyce Watson (John), all of Oneida, and Sharon Cordell of Jeffersonville; and many other relatives.
Memorial service was conducted June 26, in the Carlisle-Branson Funeral Service & Crematory, Moorseville.
Milford Eugene Young, 74, of Artemus, Kentucky, formerly of Oneida, passed away June 29, 2013, at his home.
Born in Scott County, June 9, 1939, he was preceded in death by his parents, Raymond and Martha Thomas Young; daughter, Shelia Ann Young; and brothers: Kenneth, Carlos, Robert, and Ronald Young.
He is survived by his wife, Ethel Watters Young; children: Wilma Young of Oneida, Loretta Lynn Young of Flat Lick, and Larry Young and wife, Jennifer, and Phillip Young, all of Artemus, Ky.; grandchildren: Marry Epperson, Norma Smith, Tracey Ebersole, Elijah Young, and Wendy Young; brother, Billy Ray Young; sisters: Pearl Young, and Shirley Young; and many other relatives.
Funeral service was conducted July 2, at Hampton Funeral Home Chapel with Roe Gibson and Glen Collins officiating. Interment followed at Black Oak Cemetery in Scott County.
West-Murley Funeral Home had charge of local arrangements.