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Delora Sizemore Obit

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Delora Sizemore died Thursday
Funeral 2 PM Saturday
Britton Funeral Home
Interment Bowling Cemetery (Big Creek)
Visitation Friday
Britton Funeral Home

Ms. Delora Sizemore age 100 of Fish Trap Road, Big Creek passed away Thursday, July 27, 2016. She is survived by the following children: Eugene Sizemore, wife Mary of Big Creek, Ivan Sizemore, wife Betty, Pendleton, Indiana, Hubert Sizemore, wife Mona Lee of Big Creek, Charles Sizemore, wide Hazel of Big Creek, Ralph Sizemore, Perrysburg, Ohio, James Sizemore wife Sue of Big Creek, Doris Hornsby husband Bill, Ft. Myers, Florida, Linda Sizemore, of Big Creek and Ruth Ann Sizemore of Big Creek.

Ms. Sizemore is also survived by 30 grandchildren, 54 great grandchildren and 8 great, great grandchildren. She was preceded in death her husband, Barrett Sizemore, her parents Henry Ross and Sally Ann Hensley Ross. Two sons Arnold Sizemore and Kennith Ray Sizemore, six brothers and sister: Ethel Davis, Rebecca McNeil, Ida Spurlock, Laura Byers, Clara Kaye Cromwell and Gilbert Kelly Ross and her grandson Randy Sizemore.

Funeral Services for Ms. Delora Sizemore will be held at 2:00 PM Saturday at the Britton Funeral Home Chapel, with Billy Ledford and Golden smith Jr. officiating. burial will follow in the Bowling Cemetery at Big Creek,

Visitation will be after 6:00 Pm Friday, July 29th, 2016 at the Britton Funeral Home Chapel

http://www.brittonfh.com

Heaven or Hell?

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“Heaven or Hell? It’s Your Choice!” will be presented Friday, August 5 from 7 PM till 8 PM at New Zion Church on Sacker. This play will open your eyes to the Word of God. A lock-in will be held after the play with various activities throughout the night. This is definitely a play you don’t want to miss.


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Billboards remind drivers to stop for school buses

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As a new school year approaches, Kentucky drivers will soon see reminders across the state to watch out for stopped school buses. Approximately 45 billboards started going up that warn of the danger in passing a stopped school bus. The billboards feature an extended stop sign arm on the side of a school bus with the words, “It’s not JUST a stop sign, it’s a child’s life.”


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