Sunday, August 3, 2003

Kentucky obituaries

The Kentucky Enquirer publishes obituaries based on available space. Information is accepted from funeral homes 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day. Call (859) 578-5555 Monday through Friday; (513) 768-8600 Saturdays and Sundays.

Campbell County

Moses McIntosh

BELLEVUE - Moses McIntosh of Bellevue died Thursday at his home. The self-employed blacktop contractor was 42.

Surviving are two sons, Kenneth and Christopher Schroer, both of Bellevue; four brothers, G.V. of Amarillo, Texas, Delbert of Falmouth, Darrell of Alexandria and Mitchell McIntosh of Falmouth; and two sisters, Helen Turner of Covington and Sharon Sanders of California, Ky.

Visitation will be at 4 p.m. today at Cooper Funeral Home, Grants Lick.

Service will be at 10 a.m. Monday at the funeral home.

Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery, Grants Lick.

Donald Leroy Christian

BELLEVUE - Donald Leroy Christian of Bellevue died Wednesday at Northern Kentucky Care and Rehabilitation Center in Highland Heights.

The culinary worker at Flamingo Hilton Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas was 43.

Surviving are his wife, Tammy Sue Christian of Bellevue; a son, Andrew; a daughter, Renee Christian; his mother, Fay Christian of Newport; and a sister, Linda Christian of Cincinnati.

Services will be at the convenience of the family.

Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery, Southgate

Grant County

Carolyn Jane Fortner Howard

WILLIAMSTOWN - Carolyn Jane Fortner Howard of Williamstown died Thursday at St. Luke Hospital. The former employee at The Little Shrimp Restaurant and Wal-Mart in Dry Ridge was 62.

Surviving are two daughters, Karen "Suzy" Alsip and Paula Kells, both of Williamstown; a stepdaughter, Vicky Howard of Indianapolis; a sister, Ruth Ann Bolling of Dry Ridge; and a grandson.

Service will be at 2 p.m. today at Eckler-Hudson Funeral Home, Dry Ridge.

Burial will be in Hill Cemetery, Dry Ridge.

Kenton County

Kathleen E. Redfield

FORT WRIGHT - Kathleen E. Redfield of Fort Wright died Thursday at St. Elizabeth Hospice in Covington. The homemaker was 88.

Her husband, James Redfield, preceded her in death.

Surviving are two sons, James of Crestview Hills and Paul of Ludlow; three daughters, Susan Fernandez of Erlanger, and Deborah Redfield and Linda Werbrich, both of Fort Wright; 13 grandchildren; and 22 great-grandchildren.

Visitation will be from 10-11:15 a.m. Tuesday at St. Agnes Church, Fort Wright. Mass of Christian burial will follow.

Burial will be in St. Mary Cemetery, Fort Mitchell.

Memorials: Mary Rose Mission, Covington.

Ruth Slaline

CRESTVIEW HILLS - Ruth Slaline of Crestview died Thursday at St. Luke Hospital East. The Internal Revenue Service tax examiner was 89.

Her husband, William Slaline, preceded her in death.

Surviving are two sons, Jack of Cold Spring and James of Lexington.

Visitation will be from 10-11 a.m. Monday at A.C. Dobbling & Son Funeral Home, Fort Thomas. Service will follow.

Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery, Southgate.

Dwight M. 'Connie' Coldiron

EDGEWOOD - Dwight M. "Connie" Coldiron of Edgewood, died Monday at Villa Springs Care Center in Erlanger. The sales manager for Pfizer Corporation for 35 years was 70.

Surviving are his wife, Pearl Coldiron of Edgewood; two sons, Greg of Marathon, Florida, and Brett of Covington; a daughter, Connie Jo Klette of Edgewood; his mother, Exie Coldiron of Oklahoma City; five brothers, Don of Houston, Arnold of Cleveland, Mark of Edmond, Oklahoma, Phil of Wellston, Oklahoma, and Brent of Oklahoma City; a sister, Ladona Sheets of Edmond, Oklahoma; and four grandchildren.

Service will be at 10 a.m. today at Forest Lawn Memorial Park Chapel, Erlanger.

Entombment will be in Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Erlanger. Linnemann Funeral Home, Erlanger, is serving the family.

Memorials: St. Elizabeth Hospice, 401 E. 20th St., Covington 41014.

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