Raymond Angel, M.D. 69 of Lebanon, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by
his loving family on September 17, 2020.
was born in Lebanon, Kentucky and was the younger child of the late John and
Jane Angel. He was preceded in death by
his beloved sister Elizabeth Smith of Harrodsburg, Kentucky. James was educated in the farms and fields of
Marion County in his youth, but also graduated valedictorian of Lebanon High
School class of 1968. He attended the
University of Kentucky where he obtained the remarkable 99th percentile score
on the national annual chemistry placement exam, but chose to leave college
early in 1971 to pursue his dream of becoming a doctor. He graduated at the top of his class from the
Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans in 1975 and completed his
Urology residency training through Tulane University at Charity Hospital in New
Orleans in 1980. His list of academic
accomplishments included being named to the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha
medical honor society, winning the Tulane Medical School Owl Club Teaching
Award, and he was the National Kidney Foundation and American Urologic Association
Scholar in 1977.
left New Orleans and returned home to central Kentucky and founded his private
practice in Campbellsville, Kentucky in 1980.
He served the communities of central Kentucky tirelessly as a practicing
physician and Urologic surgeon for 38 years before retiring in 2018. He performed hundreds of thousands of
surgeries, and was a passionate member of the medical staff of Taylor County
Hospital (now Taylor Regional Hospital) as well as the Chief of Surgery for
decades. He was instrumental in the
creation of The Cancer Center at Taylor Regional Hospital and founder of Taylor
Regional Urology which continues his legacy of medical service in central
intrepid adventurer and traveler, James explored the world but always was drawn
back to Kentucky. A lifelong farmer, he
was also an avid outdoorsman and conservationist and served as an appointed
Commissioner of the Department of Fish and Wildlife for Kentucky’s Fourth
District for 13 years. He volunteered
much of his free time to the protection of Kentucky’s fish and wildlife, and
cultivation of the next generation of adventurers through his time as a
Commissioner and also as an Assistant Scoutmaster with local Boy Scout Troop
616. His varied interests and fields of
practical expertise included agriculture, hunting, fishing, chemistry and
astronomy and he was a lifelong booster of University of Kentucky sports.
interests may have revolved around the farm and the outdoors, but his true
passion has always been his family. He
met his soulmate, a young nurse at Taylor County Hospital named Sherri Sapp who
became his wife in 1982. Over the course
of 38 years of marriage and love they were blessed with a large family. James is survived by his wife Sherri Angel and their three children, Ben Angel,
M.D. (Carolyn), John Angel (Sarah), and Meredith Angel, M.D. (Ryan);
grandchildren Athena Angel, Vesper Angel, and Gwendolyn Angel; siblings-in-law,
Michael Sapp, Debbie Sapp, and Vance Smith; beloved nieces and nephews, Jordan
Smith, Christy Sapp, M.D., Jason Sapp, Dawn Thompson, Dana Sapp, Jeffrey Sapp,
and Kevin Sapp. He was preceded in death by his parents John and Jane Angel,
his sister Elizabeth Smith; father and mother-in-law Thomas and Edith Sapp, and
his brothers-in-law Terry Sapp and Thomas Sapp, Jr. and nephew Keith Sapp.
service will be held at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, September 20, 2020 at Parrott and
Ramsey Funeral Home. Funeral will be
held at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, September 21, 2020 also at Parrott and Ramsey
Funeral Home with a private family burial to follow.
keeping with James’s wishes, memorial contributions may be made to the Make
Today Count support group at The Cancer Center at Taylor Regional
family would like to thank his many colleagues, the entire staff of Taylor
Regional Hospital and Spring View Hospital, valued managers Susan Kelly and
Josh Purdom, his treasured friends and his many devoted patients.
William S. “Bill” Maupin
of Campbellsville, died September 9, 2020.
He was preceded in death by his parents, James and Sarah Maupin, two
siblings, Margaret Reynolds and Joe T. Maupin, and by his son, Joe A. Maupin.
He is survived by his loving wife, Lorene B. Maupin of 68 years, and their three remaining children: Rachel Maupin, Maria (J.D.) Shipp and David (Linda) Maupin.
He is also survived by a
devoted daughter-in-law, Patty Maupin and a sister, Lucille Gasperini; six grandchildren
gave him thirteen great-grandchildren and two more being fostered.
Bill was a veteran of
World War II and a graduate of the University of Kentucky. He retired after thirty-five years of service
to Kentucky Utilities. His aerobatic
stunt plane was often seen criss-crossing the sky and his Model A car on parade
through the streets of Campbellsville.
A small memorial service
for family is planned for Tuesday, September 22, 2020, and will be officiated
by J. D. and Aaron Shipp
PARROTT & RAMSEY FUNERAL HOME IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS
Mrs. Betty M. Northern Baldwin, 76,
of Campbellsville, daughter of the late Delbert Northern and Elva Northern was
born December 14th, 1943 and passed away Monday, September 7th,
2020 in Bowling Green.
She professed faith in Christ and was
a member of Faith Baptist Church. She was a devoted wife, loving mother and
grandmother. She loved gospel music, tending her flowers, spending time outdoors
She united in marriage to Danny D.
Baldwin Sr. September 24th, 1970 and he preceded her in death on
August 7th, 2020
Survived by three sons and one
daughter: Jeff Abrams and wife Kim, Danny D. Baldwin, Jr. and wife Amy B, and
Doug Baldwin and wife Amy M. all of Campbellsville. Debbie Graham and husband
Sydney of Columbia.
Nine grandchildren; Tonya Abrams and Jessica
Abrams of Grand Junction, Colorado, Jeff Abrams Jr., Josh Abrams and wife Kim
all of Lebanon, Kim Thompson and husband Justin, Renee Baldwin and companion
Hunter Butler, Caitlyn Baldwin, Travis Graham of Campbellsville and Chasity
Graham of Columbia, and twelve great-grandchildren; special friends Buddy and
Angie Willingham of Greensburg along with a host of other relatives and
She is survived by four brothers: Dan
Northern and wife Connie of West Virginia, Ray Northern and Paul Northern of
Mt. Vernon, KY. Two brothers-in-law, Willard Neely and Freeman Jack Robinson of
Mt. Vernon, KY.
She was preceded in death by one
sister and two brothers: Irlene Neeley, Charles Northern and Reece Isaacs.
Walk through visitation is requested
from 5pm-8pm, Wednesday, September 9th at the Auberry Funeral Home and
Cremation Services in downtown Campbellsville.
Funeral will be 1pm, Thursday,
September 10th at the Auberry Funeral Home and Cremation Services in downtown
Social distancing guidelines and mask
are required upon entering building.
The Staff at
Auberry Funeral Home would like to thank the family for entrusting us with the
care and arrangements of Mrs. Betty M. Baldwin at our funeral home. God Bless
you during this difficult time.
Lucille Brockman of Campbellsville, daughter of the late Elmer Franklin and Elsie Keltner Franklin, was born June 30, 1919 in Taylor County, Kentucky. She died at 12:00 A.M., Sunday, September 6, 2020 in Greensburg. Age: 101
professed faith in Christ and was a member of Bible Baptist Tabernacle.
united in marriage to Charles Brockman April 3, 1945 and he preceded her in
death November 30, 2013.
is survived by one son, Charles E. Brockman of Campbellsville; six grandchildren:
Brockman, Robbie Brockman, Jessica Holmes, Jeremy Holmes and Donald Eugene
Brockman of Campbellsville and Denise Brockman of Houston, Texas; four great-grandchildren: Levi Brockman, Taelor Brockman and Denae
Brockman of Campbellsville and Marquie Brockman of Houston, Texas; several
nieces and nephews and many other relatives and friends.
was also preceded in death by a daughter, Sharon Sue Brockman; one
granddaughter, Brittany Brockman and one brother and three sisters: Robert Huston Franklin, Christine Eschmann,
Virginia Shipp and Audrey Johnston.
VISITATION: 10:00 – 11:00 A.M., Friday, September 11, 2020 at Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home
FUNERAL SERVICE: 11:00 A.M. Friday, September 11, 2020 at Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home in Campbellsville by Pastor Bob Cutler
BURIAL: Campbellsville Memorial Gardens
EXPRESSIONS OF SYMPATHY ARE REQUESTED TO BE DONATIONS TO THE SPECIAL OLYMPICS AND
MAY BE MADE AT PARROTT & RAMSEY
Howard Henry “Hook” Rice, 84, of Birmingham, Alabama passed
away August 20, 2020 after a brief illness. Born and raised In Campbellsville,
Kentucky, he was the only son of Evelyn Henry Rice and Dr. Howard Rice. He was
a proud alumnus of The College of William and Mary where he was a member Of
Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. Howard then earned a degree from Vanderbilt Law
He spent 2 years in the US Army 101st Airborne
Division stationed at Fort Campbell, Kentucky before beginning his dream career
with the FBI. He worked in both Milwaukee, WI and Newark, NJ while with the
In 1969, Howard, his wife, and children moved to Montgomery,
Alabama for him to take a job as head of investigations with South Central
Bell. Upon retiring he worked with the state Attorney General’s office.
Hook, as he was affectionately known was an avid reader and
wine connoisseur. He also enjoyed gardening and stamp collecting. But above all
these interests came sports. He loved watching his children and grandchildren
compete in everything from football to tennis to BMX racing.
As usual with most Kentuckians, Hook loved to watch UK
basketball. If a game were not televised where he was, he would call his mother
and receive a play by play over the phone.
Howard is survived by his wife of 22 years, Glenda G. Rice.
His children Chris Rice (Ange), Jeff Rice (Cecile), and Evelyn Rice O’Leary
(Joe). His Beloved grandchildren Taylor Rice (Krysta), Michael O’Leary, Jacob
Rice, William O’Leary, Matthew Rice, and Kendall Rice. And as of August 27,
2020, great grandson Raylen James Rice!
Memorials can be sent to St. Jude Children’s Research
Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.
The graveside service for Howard Henry Rice will be Saturday, September 12, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. at Brookside Cemetery.
Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.