Frankfort – Charles (Chuck) Daniel Davenport was born November 23, 1933 and departed this earth for Heaven Monday, December 31, 2018.
He graduated from Paintsville High School and attended Morehead State University. He was a veteran, serving the United States Army in Korea as a radio operator in the 304 signal corp. He pursued electronics throughout his career working for the Kentucky State Police as a radio technician, then for the Civil Defense. He owned Davenport Communications.
His love and appreciation of music was a lifetime passion playing multiple instruments. He enjoyed the CB radio era going by the handle of “The Old Technician.” He was always ready to assist in world emergencies with his ham radio license. He aspired through his studies of electronics and Morse code to acquire the highest license attainable. He made sure both his children knew the Morse code. He had the same drive to obtain his first class FCC license.
His lifetime of quick wit and humor served him until the very end, always making those around him laugh.
He leaves behind his wife, the angel that came into his life 48 years, Sharon; his daughter, Melissa Farmer; a son, C. Michael Davenport (Kimberly); his granddaughters, Ashley Peercy (Keith), and Chandler T. Davenport, who he referred to as funny face; his grandsons, Jacobe Farmer (Erica), and Chamberlin J. Davenport; his niece, Patricia Yeagar (Norm); and his great granddaughter, Reese Peercy.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Maudie Davenport and his father, C.P. Davenport; his sister, Anna Easterling (Tom); and his brother, Paul Davenport.
He was a member of the Mayo Methodist Church in Paintsville, Kentucky.
Graveside Service will be held at 3:00pm on Thursday, January 3, 2019 at Sunset Memorial Gardens Chapel. Pastor Andy Lawrence of The Point Community Church will be officiating. VFW Post 4075 will conduct military honors.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests Memorial Donations be made to LIFE House for Animals, Hospice, the Food Pantry, Access Men’s Shelter, the Women’s Shelter, or the charity of your choice. Online condolences may be expressed at www.clarklegacycenter.com.
Funeral services were held Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018 at 1 p.m. at the Paintsville First United Methodist Church for Pauline Adams Jaynes, 76, of Salyersville, who died Dec. 3, 2018 at Highlands Regional Medical Center in Prestonsburg.
Mrs. Jaynes was born April 3, 1942 at Flat Gap, daughter of the late Mart Lloyd and Novia Cantrell Adams. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Eulas Lee Jaynes, whom she married on June 16, 1962; two sisters, Lestia Adams and Vestia Christine Adams Meade; and one brother, Willard Adams, all of Johnson County.
Surviving are two daughters, Dianna L. Jaynes of Salyersville, and Stacy Nicole Jaynes Kiskaden of Clay City; two sons, Eulas Lee Jaynes Jr. of Johnson County, and Cody Allen Jaynes of Huron, Ohio; one brother, James (Pauline) Adams of Barnetts Creek; three sisters, Linda Adams Mollette of Columbus, Ohio, Esta Adams Penix and Edna Carol Adams, both of Johnson County; four grandchildren, Kyle M. Casebolt, Michael Allen Summers, Shelby Lee Summers and MacKenzie Ryleigh Jaynes; one adopted grandchild, Anna Jaynes.
The service was officiated by Bruce Lee and Lonnie Wright, with burial in the Highlands Memorial Park Cemetery at Staffordsville.
Arrangements under the direction of the Paintsville Funeral Home.
This is a paid obituary.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, January 5, 12 p.m. at the New Friendship United Baptist Church (9124 Rockcastle Road, Louisa, KY 41230) for Clara Mae Welch, 72, of Louisa, who died Tuesday, Jan. 1 at Three Rivers Medical Center in Louisa.
Mrs. Welch was born Sept. 13, 1946 in Lawrence County, daughter of the late Virgil Endicott and Flarnie Short Stepp. She was also preceded in death by her first husband, Claggett Marcum; two brothers, Herman and Franklin Endicott; one step-brother, Henry J. Stepp; three sisters, Thelma Maynard, Delma Whitt and Pearl Jean Goble.
Surviving are her husband, Mart Ray Welch of Louisa; two sons, Eddie (Karen) Marcum and Christopher Todd (Hannah) Marcum, both of Louisa; one daughter, Rebecca (James) McKerr of Louisa; three step-sons, Michael Welch, Marty Welch and Ben Welch; one step-daughter, Kimberly Welch; two brothers, Billy Joe Hickman and Benny Ray Marcum; seven step-brothers, Rodney Lynn Endicott, Roy Endicott, Steve Endicott, Darey Endicott, Glen Stepp, James Stepp, and Brady Stepp; one sister, Dreama Jude; two step-sisters, Mrytle Rose and Edna Endicott; and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
The service will be officiated by Tommy Meade, with burial in the Marcum Cemetery at Louisa.
Arrangements under the direction of the Phelps & Son Funeral Home of Paintsville.
This is a paid obituary.