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David “Buddy” Osborne, 73, of Winchester, husband for 50 years to Dorothy Benningfield Osborne, passed away Saturday at the Clark Regional Medical Center.  A native of Clark Co., he was born August 7, 1941, to the late Ray H. and Bernice King Osborne.  He was a member of the Antioch Christian Church.  He retired from the Clark County Road Department after 15 years of service and was a former employee of Bundy Tubing having worked there for 25 years.   In addition to his wife, he is survived by one daughter and son-in-law, Debra Ann (Keith) Griffith, Jr. of Winchester, brother, John “J.W.” (Rita) Osborne of Winchester, sister, Sarah Osborne of Winchester, four grandchildren, Jeremy Griffith, Casey Dillon Griffith, Tony Spivey, and Candie Hatton, and one great-grandchild, Anniston Davis.  Preceded in death by two sisters, Barbara Welch and Sandy Garret and one brother, Bobby Osborne.  Funeral services will be Wednesday at 11am at the Rolan G. Taylor Funeral Home, 289 S. Main St., with Bro. Atwood Winkle presiding.  The family will receive friends Tuesday, August 26th,  from 5p-7p at the funeral home.  Burial will be in the Clarmont Memorial Gardens.  Serving as pallbearers will be Marshall King, Pete Hardey, Tony Spivey, Jeremy Griffith, and Casey Dillon Griffith.  Contributions may be made to the Antioch Christian Church, church building fund, 6091 Muddy Creek Road, Winchester, KY 40391.


Ann Zipporah Bryant Swift, 91, of Winchester, widow of Lt. Colonel (Ret) Edward Lewis Swift, Jr. passed away Monday at her home.  A native of Winchester, she was born August 16, 1923, to the late Forrest Bryant and Dora Bush B. Carman.  Ann was a homemaker and artist; she obtained great joy painting Coat of Arms for very special families across the country, she was a member of the First Christian Church, the Winchester Art Guild, Homemaker’s Club of Winchester, and a volunteer with the Girl Scouts.  She is survived by three daughters and son-in-law, Judy Varney of Amelia, OH, Sarah Ann Swift of Louisville, and Marilyn (Bruce) Pollock of Lexington, three sisters, Betty Hopkins, Marilyn Bryant, and Linda Metzler, one grandchild, Joe (Beth) Varney, two great-grandchildren, Abby and Gabe Varney, two nephews, Jim Amelang and Marty Swift, niece, Jean Amelang, cousin, Bill Bush, lifelong friend, Ada Rosenthal, and a special thanks to her caregivers, Kathy Pease and Thelma Perkins.  Preceded in death by one granddaughter, Sally Varney.  Funeral services will be Friday at 11am at the Rolan G. Taylor Funeral Home, 289 S. Main St., with Rev. Jerry Johns presiding.  The family will receive friends Thursday from 5p-7p at the funeral home.  Burial will be in the Winchester Cemetery.  Contributions may be made to the First Christian Church, 24 E. Hickman St., Winchester, KY 40391.


Dr. Glendon W. Barnes DC, 87, of Winchester, husband for 65 years to Joyce McAllistel Barnes, passed away Thursday at the Clark Regional Medical Center.  A native of Turtle Lake, WI, he was born February 5, 1927, to the late Fred and Anna Treague Barnes.  He was a United States Navy veteran and member of the First United Methodist Church.  In addition to his wife, he is survived by three sons and daughter-in-law, Robert (Kathy) Barnes DC, David Barnes DC, and Steve Barnes, three grandchildren, Shawn (Lori) Barnes, Kelly Barnes, Angela (Rondal) Harrison, three great-grandchildren, Bryce Harrison, Kennedy Harrison, and Angel Beeler.  Preceded in death by one sister, four brothers, and one granddaughter, Lori Michelle Barnes.  Funeral services will be Tuesday, September 2, at 6pm at the Winchester First United Methodist Church with Rev. Jeff Carter presiding.  The family will receive friends on Tuesday from 3:30pm until the hour of services.  Burial will be in the Clarmont Memorial Gardens at a later date.  Contributions may be made to the First United Methodist Church, 204 S. Main St., Winchester, KY 40391.  In care of arrangements is the Rolan G. Taylor Funeral Home, 289 S. Main St. 

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