Charles Curtis Morgan, 77, of Carrollton, Kentucky, passed away Sunday, November 4th, at Carroll County Memorial Hospital in Carrollton.
He was born December 4th, 1929, in Switzerland County, the son of Herbert and Florence (Woods) Morgan. He was a retired farmer. He was a former ham radio operator and was a former school bus driver for the Carroll County School System. He was an inventor and enjoyed watching Ma and Pa Kettle movies. He also enjoyed spending time with his granddaughters by having Saturday night pizza parties and playing monopoly with them. He was a member of Worthville Baptist Church in Worthville, Kentucky.
Survivors include his wife, Sue Carolyn (Johnson) Morgan whom he married June 23rd, 1951; his sons, Dan Morgan and wife Christy of Vevay and David Morgan and wife Cathy of Bedford, Kentucky; his sisters, Rebecca Tull and husband Robert of Madison, Verna Mann of Lexington, Kentucky and Rosetta Cox of Campbellsburg, Kentucky; his grandchildren, Nicki Beckham and husband Jason of Ghent, Kentucky, Danna Morgan of Vevay, Lacy Brawner and husband Matt of Carrollton, Kentucky, Sarah Morgan and Lauren Morgan, both of Vevay, and Logan Morgan of Bedford, Kentucky; his half brothers, Rodney and Earl Morgan, both of Henry County, Kentucky; his half sisters, Thelma and Anita; his former daughter-in-law, Sue Courtney of Carrollton, Kentucky; his brother-in-law, Jerry Johnson and wife Janie of Sanders, Kentucky; his nephew, Tim Johnson and wife Vonda of Worthville, Kentucky; and his great-nephews, Brandon and Justin Johnson of Worthville.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his brother, Roger Morgan; his sister, Catherine Southward; and his half brother, Edward Morgan.
Funeral services were conducted Wednesday, November 7th, by Brother Mike Barnes and Reverend Pat Butcher at Tandy-Eckler-Riley Funeral Home in Carrollton. Burial was in Worthville Cemetery in Worthville, Kentucky. Online condolences may be sent to the family via the funeral home’s website at www.tandyecklerrileyfuneralhome.com.
Dorothy Ruth Supplee McDarment, 92, of Madison, passed away Friday, November 2nd, at her home.
She was born October 20th, 1915, in Carrollton, Kentucky, the daughter of Harry and Ruth Catherine Williams Supplee, who both preceded her in death. She was raised in Carroll County and attended school there.
She was united in marriage January 20th, 1933, in New Liberty, Kentucky, to Louie C. McDarment, Sr. Unto this union one son and four daughters arrived to bless their home.
The family moved to Switzerland County in 1934, residing there until 1951. They moved to Ryker’s Ridge in 1951, later residing in Madison. She was a homemaker, devoted wife, grandmother, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother all of her life. She was a member of North Madison Christian Church. She enjoyed embroidery, crossword puzzles, drawing, reading and writing poetry.
Survivors include her son, Louie C. “Buck” McDarment, Jr., and wife Sonja of Madison; her daughters, Pat Lunsford and Mary Sue Callis and husband Tad, all of Madison; her sister, Marjorie Sue Harmon of Louisville; her grandchildren, Linda Mullins, Renee Hearld, David McDarment, Jennifer Hartman, Timothy and Randy Callis; Susie Hamner, Cathy Vaughn; Sherry Linn Birge; Bonnie Jones; Greg and John Rowlison; 14 great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren; two step great-grandchildren; three step great-great-grandchildren; several nieces, nephews and other relatives.
She was also preceded in death by her husband, Louie C. McDarment, Sr., on July 8th, 1987; her daughters, Darlene McDarment on January 19th, 1949; Jan Rowlison on June 28th, 1990; her grandsons, James Louie, Michael Allen and Mark Steven Higgins; her great-grandson, Andrew Tyler Hearld; her sister, Pauline Daugherty; her brothers, Jack Supplee and Harry Supplee, Jr.
Funeral services were conducted Wednesday, November 7th, by Reverend Jason Thompson at Morgan & Nay Funeral Centre in Madison. Burial was in Vevay Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the North Madison Christian Church, Ryker’s Ridge Baptist Church or American Cancer Society. Online condolences may be sent to the family via the funeral home’s website at www.morgan-nay.com.