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Athens News Courier (Newspaper) - February 23, 2010, Athens, Alabama PAGE 2A TUESDAY, FEÉf^UARY 23, 20110 NEWS COURIEI OBITUARIES Hie News Courier will publish, free of chi^, death notices including the name, age and d^ of residence of the deceased, date and pkce of death, tfnd time and place of f^eral service and visitation. Flamily members may express themselves in a eulogy, list survivors and give a detailed obituary. The News Courier will accept these paid items from the &mily, fimeral directors or other individuals. Paid obituaries may include a photo at no extra charge. For more information, call The News Courier at (256) 232-2720. Ralph Grayson Campbell The fimeral for Ralph Grayson Campbell, 69, of Ard-more will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Ardmore Chapel Funeral Home with Sammy Brister, Steve Hargrove and Troy Cottles ofißciating. » Visitation will be from 6 to 9 tonight at the fimeral home. Burial will be in Gatlin Cemetery in Ardmore. Mr. Campbell died Monday, Feb. 22, 2010, at Huntsville Hospital. Irma Loretta Finley The fimeral for Irma Loretta Finley, 69, of Tanner will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Spiy Funeral Home with Doug McCurry officiating. Visitation will be from noon to 2 p.m. Wednesday at the fimeral home. Burial will be in Roselawn Cemetery. Mrs. Finley died Sunday, Feb. 21, 2010, at HuntsviUe Hospital. Ann Green Mrs. Aim Green, 69, was bom on May 30, 1941, in Warrior, Ala. She passed away on Monday, Feb. 22, 2010, at Athens-Limestone Hospital. Visitation will be Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2010, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Limestone Chapel Funeral Home. The fimeral will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010, at 1 p.m., also at Limestone Chiqpel, with Mitch Nichols and Joe Kress offidating. Interment will be at Antioch Cemeteiy. Mrs. Green operated the Pfttient Response Center for Athens-Limestone Hospital and was a member of Elkmont Baptist Church. Mrs. Green is survived by a son, Douglas Green of Gadsden; daughters, Judy Myers of Atlanta, Ga., Sheila Nichols and husband Keith of Prospect, Tteim.; her sister, Gladys Beck of Warrior; seven grandchildren, Macey Myers, Bryce Myers, Joshua Nichols and wife Kimberly, Mitch Nichols, Kelsey Nichols, Jacob Nichols, Ryan Nichols and one great-grandchild, Justice Nichols. Lorene Hodges The fimeral for Lorene Hodges, 87, of Elkmont will be at 2 p.m. today at Ardmore Chapel F\meral Home with Douglas Eubanks and T.J. Smith officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. Mrs. Hodges died Saturday, Feb. 20, 2010, at Athens-Limestone Hospital. Aileene Jarrett Graveside services for Aileene Jarrett, 93, of Athens wiU be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Limestone Memorial Gardens with Bill Irby officiating and Spry Funeral Home directing. Visitation will be fixjm 9 to 10 a.m. Wednesday at the fimeral home. Mrs. Jarrett died Saturday, Feb. 20, 2010, at Limestone Health Facility. George W. Putman The funeral for George W. Putman, 79, of Elkmont will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at McConnell Funeral Home with Steve Ferguson officiating. Visitation will be from 5 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Burial will be in Roselawn Cemetery. Mr. Putman died Sunday; Feb. 21, 2010, at home He was bom Feb. 27,1930, to Sam and Eva Put man. He was married to Freda Ruf Putman for 3 years. He was a longtime co-owner of P&H Auti Parts in Athens. He was a member of Elkmon Church of Christ. Mr. Putman was preceded in death by his p ents; his first wife, Mary Magdalene Putman; a step son, Dwight Clark; a brother, Carl Putman; sisters Eloise Pack, Lessie Raney and Jessie Black; and stepgrandson, Dustin Clark. He is survived by his wife, Freda Ruf Putman o Elkmont; his son, Ruddie Putman of Athens; twol daughters, Gloria Lott of Decatur and Karen McE-j lyea of Athens; two stepsons, Dwaine Clark and Dennis Clark, both of Elkmont; one brother, Sam Putman of Athens; two sisters, Pauline Pitts and Jewel Adams, both of Athens; grandchildren, Angie Gushing, Mary Lane Lott and Sam Lott, all of Decatur, Amanda Hicks, Leigh Carl McElyea and Jess McElyea, all of Athens; stepgrandchildren, Kayce Blasingim, Calvin Clark and Daco Clifton, all of Lawrenceburg, Tenn., Herby Clark of Mt. Julia, Tenn., Dylan Clark and Gage Clark, both of Elkmont. Pallbearers will be Sam Lott, Jess McElyea, Chuck Gushing, Rick Franklin, Dylan Clark and Herby Clark. Honorary pallbearer Will be Gage Clark. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Hospice of Limestone County. Henrietta Beasley Word The fimeral for Henrietta Beasley Word, 70, of Minor Hill, Tenn., will be at 2 p.m. today at Bermett-May-Giles County Funeral Home with Richard Durham, Bobby Wade and Mark Johnson officiating. Burial will be in Jackson Cemetery in Goodsprings, Tenn. Mrs. Word died Saturday, Feb. 20, 2010 at home. Dental Continurd from lA aged by the response we have received from the community," said Charles Shoulders, a Sarrell representative. "Our packed schedule has already required that we add another dentist to the team after just two weeks of being open." The dental center will extend its hours to five days a week, Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Marsh said. Sarrell officials attribute the heavy response to the need for dental care in the area, she said. In Alabama, nearly six out of 10 children are eligible for Medicaid but do not use the dental services, mainly because few places accept this type of insurance. Marsh said. In Limestone County, fewer children than the state average see a dentist, she said. Currently, the center's local staff includes two dentists, four dental hygienists and a full-time Spanish-speaking staff member, Marsh said. The non-profit group plans to hire more dentists on a part-time basis as the office continues to grow. Shoulders said. Sarrell opened its first office in Anniston in 2004 and has i continued to expand throughout the state. Marsh said. It is now the largest dental practice in Alabama, with more than 57,000 patient visits in 2009, she said. Sarrell has seven other offices in Anniston, Bessemer, Boaz, Enterprise, Heflin, Leesburg and Talladega, and offers optical services in four of the locations, she said. Shoulders, who is a Limestone County school board member, learned about Sarrell's success in serving the unserved in other cities and brought it to the attention of Superintendent Dr. Barry Carroll last year, he said. Carroll asked Sarrell representatives to make a presentation to school board members in October, at which time they asked to provide free dental screenings in the schools. The board agreed in November to allow the free screenings in the schools. Sarrell did not ask Shoulders until December to serve as a paid representative. Athens schools screenings Sarrell will perform dental screenings in Athens City Schools this week through the beginning of March, Marsh said. A parental consent form is required. If a screening reveals obvious dental problems, Sarrell sends the parents a form advising them to call their local dentist. If the child doesn't already have a dentist and has Medicaid or ALL-Kids Insurance, parents may schedule an appointment at Sarrell Dental Center in Athens by calling (256) 262-0200. Day-care centers can schedule free screenings by calling Athens Business Manager Kayla Shipman for more information. Visit Hie News Courier online at enewscourier.com The News Courier 410 W. Green St. • Athens, Alabama 35611 www.enewscouriercom Volume 127-46 The News Courier (USPS 035-640) is published daily except Mondays. Postmaster send 3579 forms or change of addresses to P.O. Box 670, Athens, Alabama 35612. Periodicals postage paid at Athens, Ala., 35611. ISSN number 0739-1307. The News Courier is successor to the Alabama Courier (1880), Limestone Democrat (1891) and the News Leader (1965) CALLING THE NEWS COURIER Phone: (256) 232-2720 • Fax (256) 233-7753, (256) 771-0207 Publisher, Ann Laurence ...........................Ext. 105 Business Manager, Antoinette KaufBnan.............Ext. 128 Advertisinq Director, Shannon Elliott................Ext. 101 Circulation Manager, Tracy Fulks ...................Ext. 117 Managing Editor, Kelly Kazek .......................Ext. 107 Copy Editor, Edd Davis............................Ext. 104 Page Design, Phil Willis............................Ext. 114 Lifestyles, Jennifer Hill.............................Ext. 113 District Manager, Junior Carter.....................Ext. 102 Classified Manager, Angie McElyea.................Ext. 103 Production Manager Kayla Taylor...................Ext. 124 For advertising sales, call (256) 232-2720 CIRCULATION CUSTOMER SERVICE HOURS Direct Line 232-6873 Monday....................................7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday.........................6 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday.....................................6 a.m.-lO a.m. Sunday........................................6 a.m.-noon Delivery issues. The News Courier strives to deliver your paper by 6 a.m. weekdays and 7 a.m. weekends. If your paper is not delivered, please call our service desk by 10:30 a.m. weekdays, 9 a.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. Sunday for same-day delivery. If you live in Athens, our goal is to promptly re-deliver your paper. If you live outside Athens, your account will be credited and the missed paper will be delivered with the next day's paper. CORRECTIONS Errors of feet appearing in the News Courier are never intentional. If you believe there has been a misstatement, we will investimte fiiUy, and if an error has been made a correction will be publisheo^promptly. National forecast f} p^^ Forecast highs for Tuesday, Feb. 23 Ptcioudy cioudy Today's Forecast Forecast for Tuesday, Feb. 23 CHy/Region High I Low temps Active Weather Moves into Northeast Active low pressure systems will produce light snow across New England and rain In the f^ld-Atlantic. Another storm system in northern Mexico will trigger a mix of precipitation in the Southwest and Texas, while cold air spreads across the Central US. W0alh«r Underground • AP Oxford 46° I 34° • CI.________J ^^ ' ^^ ^ • Huntsville Qreenvllle 47" I 36° ^CTa^w^ Jackson 52° I 38° 45° I 34° • Birmingham .........52° I 36° ^^ V * Montgomery C_) 56° I 41° Brookhaven 54" I 38° Hattiesburg • 56°141° •.Mobile -) 459' e. Partly Cloudy . Cloudy ^ Är-^H,. C^ -^ v I ■ — Showars Rain Snow Wv/v- TODAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY Weathsr Underground • AP SATURDAY MOSTLY CLOUDY. Highs in tlie rnid-30s. IjOws ill the lower 30s. MOSTLY CLOUDY. HigFis in the lower 40s. L(jws around 20. MOSTLY CLEAR. Highs in the lower 40s. I^ws in the lower 20s. PARTLY CLOUDY. PARTLY CLOUDY. Highs in tlie upper 40s. Lows in the upper 20s. Highs in the upper 40s. Lows in the upper 20s. 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