Dorothy Marie Kendall Griffith 93 of Lloyd went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. She was born in Ash-land Ky. on March 19, 1926, a daughter of the late Travis Womack and Dorothy Dempsey Kendall. She was a lifelong member of the Greenup Christian Church where she taught Sunday school and was the former choir director; a member of the Greenup Women's Club; a law secretary; a WSAZ hometown hero; she was inducted as member of the Greenup County Schools Hall of fame; she loved to fish, and was an avid U.K. Wild Cat fan. In the early 60's at the request of Jesse Stuart, Dorothy
co-founded the Greenup County Public Library System and went on to serve as the director for many years.
David Slone, 85, of Greenup, Ky., went home to be with the Lord Sun-day, Sept. 2, 2018, surrounded by his loving family. David was born Nov. 24, 1932, in Elliott County, Ky., a son of the late John Willie and Sarah Jane Boggs Slone. He was retired from Ashland Electric. After his retirement he became a full-time farmer. He loved going out to his farm and sharing his secrets of farming. He was a proud member of the Greenup Lions Club for 30 plus years and was a member of the Presbyterian Church in Greenup. He was a United States Korean Conflict Navy Veteran. He was an avid University of Kentucky Wildcat and Cincinnati Reds fan. David was a loving father, husband, grandfather and a friend. He was a very humble man who loved God very much and served him faithfully for 20 years. He was loved by many and will be missed by all.
Joe Gilmore Quillen, 92, of Greenup, went to be with the Lord on Friday May 3, 2019. Mr. Quillen was born November 16, 1926 in York, Kentucky, a son of the late David Crockett and Mettie Alice Miller Quillen. Joe was a United States World War II Army veteran. He was a member of Greenup First Baptist Church and became a Sunday school teacher in 1963, teaching the Young Adult Men class. Joe was the owner and operator of Quillen's Service station for 59 years. "The Station" was known as "The Cir-cle of Knowledge". Some say you can learn all you need to know there. It's where all of the locals gathered in Greenup to tell their stories and discuss current events.