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92 95 78 for our enhanced obituaries on courier-journal.com, courier-journal.com, courier-journal.com, include videos, photos, favorite memories and more. Clifford W. Petersen, 87 Alice H. Rabeneck, 95 Dixie D. Russell, 64 Gladys Marie "Mickey" Sandefur, 62 Rev. S. Reid Thompson, 85 Phillip A. "Buddy" White, 78 Joseph E. Woods Sr., 87 Margueritte Younger, 88 KENTUCKY AREA DEATHS Joseph Edward Fogle, 71 Honora Ward, 94 Mozelle McDonald Hogan, 88 Jesse Nusz Clark, 69 Mildred Lee Ackerman Jent, 91 Steven McNees, 42 Mary Effie Raley, 81 Ann Generose Nalley, 87 FROST, OPAL JEAN, 80, of Louisville, passed away Sunday, February February 17, 2008. She was the former Opal Jean Pitt and a retired employee of ICI America (ammunition (ammunition plant) . She was preceded in death by her husband, husband, Lloyd Kramer; and son, Donald Neal Frost. She is survived by her children, Roy and Eva Kempf and Kenneth, Kenneth, Gary, Phillip, Jackie and Jerry Frost; 11 grandchildren; grandchildren; and nine greatgrandchildren. greatgrandchildren. Funeral services will be Wednesday, 10 a.m. at O. D. White & Sons, 2727 S. Third St., with burial in St. Stephens Cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday, 4-8 4-8 4-8 p.m. Expressions of sympathy sympathy may be made to Hospice of Louisville. O.D. White & Sons 2727 South 3rd St., Louis 502-637-4474 502-637-4474 502-637-4474 502-637-4474 502-637-4474 HELM, JOHN L. IV, 92, of Louisville, died Sunday, Sunday, February 17, 2008 at his home. He was born in Louisville in 1915 and was the son of John L. Helm III and Anne Elizabeth Botts. Helm graduated from Male High School in 1933 and served two years in the Air Force during during World War II. In 1946 he entered the life insurance profession profession and was associated associated with several companies, the last of which was Connecticut Connecticut Mutual Life in 1969 where he received received the highest honor awarded (ELIF) Exceptional Level of Insurance in force. In 1983 he co-founded co-founded co-founded Helm, Creznic & Ward, Inc., and worked until his late 70s. His professional memberships included: included: Million Dollar Round Table Life Member, American Society of Chartered Life Underwriters, As-sociation As-sociation As-sociation for Advanced Advanced Life Underwriting, Underwriting, Leaders Club - Life Member and Masters Club of Connecticut Connecticut Mutual. Helm's civic involvement involvement was extraordinary. extraordinary. He was a member of the Louisville Louisville Junior Chamber of Commerce from 1935-50 1935-50 1935-50 and served as director for several years, vice president Brian C. Keck, 36 Bernice Jones Lefler, 94 Mae Alma Wright, 87 INDIANA AREA DEATHS Charles R. Ang, 82 Terry Wallace Stanley, 58 Angela Marie Bard, 33 Lisa Maria Gelacio, 31 Charlotte Holland, 75 Barbara Gean Frye Emly, 61 Ruth L. Carr Jones, 77 Herschel C. Parks, 85 Kenneth Emmett Phillips, 91 Joe L. Williams, 70 Harold Eugene Jenkins, 93 Earl Cruse, 77 Anita J. Abrams Hammond, 40 for two years and received received the Keyman Award. He was the prime motivator for the War Memorial at Fifth and Jefferson Streets in Louisville. Helm was a strong supporter of education education and believed it was important to honor those teachers who make a difference difference in the lives of their students. Because Because of his focus on education, he was most proud of his active active involvement in Junior Achievement since the late 1970s. He served on the Board of Directors since 1980 and was a Lifetime Director. He was given Junior Achievement's National National Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards. In 1990 he set up the Starfish Flinger Program Program to recognize Junior Achievement supporters, outstanding outstanding teachers, and other special individuals individuals who are making a substantial contribution to the education of children and people who make a difference in the lives of young people in our community. Through the Community Community Foundation of Louisville and the John L. and Julia M. Helm Fund--this Fund--this Fund--this Fund--this award program will continue in perpetuity- perpetuity- perpetuity- In 2002 Junior Achievement established established the John L. Helm Award, JA's highest honor. It was established to honor Helm, for his commitment commitment to excellence excellence in the educa-tion educa-tion educa-tion system, promoting partnerships partnerships between education education and business, advocating advocating economic education and the benefits of the free enterprise system, and providing long-term long-term long-term service and a personal investment in JA and its mission; as well as for serving as a member of JA's board of directors for more than 20 years, a charter member of the national Free Enterprise Enterprise Society, JA donor, and ongoing provider of the Starfish Starfish Flinger Award. Helm was a member member of Second Presbyterian Presbyterian Church and the Louisville Country Club where he played golf continually since 1926. In his 60s, he had a 2 handicap. He was a member of Sons of The American American Revolution, Society Society of Colonial Wars, Hardin County Historical Historical Society, Kentucky Kentucky Historical Society, Society, and the Filson Club. He was preceded in death by just one week by his loving wife, Judy. He is survived by two children, Mark B. Helm (Rebecca) and Elizabeth Helm Chapman; two grandchildren, grandchildren, Meredith Pope Helm and Alexandra Alexandra Lee Chapman; two stepgrandchil-dren, stepgrandchil-dren, stepgrandchil-dren, Ian Anderson (Beth) and Audrey Anderson; and four wonderful caregivers, Ivenia, Phyllis, Nancy and Ly. "Your kindness kindness and care will never be forgotten." Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Thursday Thursday at Second Presbyterian Presbyterian Church, 3701 Old Brownsboro Road, with private burial in Cave Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be 4-8 4-8 4-8 p.m. Wednesday at Pear son's, 149 Brecken-ridge Brecken-ridge Brecken-ridge Lane. He and the family request that, in lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy be sent to Junior Achievement Achievement of Kentuckiana, Inc., 1401 Muhammad Muhammad Ali Blvd., Louisville, Louisville, KY, 40203 JEKEL, KAREN MARIE. 5 2, of Louisville, passed away Sunday, February 17, 2008. She was an employee employee of the Jefferson County Board of Education, Education, a member of the Teamsters, and Farmdale Church of the Nazarene. Survivors include her husband, Joseph Jekel; her sons, Adam T. Roberts and his wife Autumn and Matthew A. Roberts; two grandchildren, Austin and Adison Roberts; and her brother, Dennis R. Henry. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Thursday at Owen Funeral Home, 5317 Dixie Hwy., with burial in Evergreen Cemetery. Visitation will be from noon-9 noon-9 noon-9 p.m. Wednesday. Wednesday. LOGAN, ELIZABETH, 81, died Monday, February 18, 2008. Graveside service: 1 p.m. Thursday at Chenoweth Run Cemetery. Neurath & Underwood is in charge of arrangements. arrangements. 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  2. 19 Feb 2008, Tue,
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