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Violet (Sally) Randolph Wood, Casey Co., KY (1929-2015)


2015-04-26 - Casey Co., KY - Photo courtesy McKinney-Brown Funeral Home.
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Storm 25 Apr 2015: Heavy damage on Donnie Coffey place


2015-04-26 - Old Montpelier Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
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Cabin Creek Bridge undamage amid storm debris


2015-04-26 - Old Montpelier Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
The last of the 20 County Road Bridges built (of 80 bridges total in the county system) during the eight-year tenure of CJE Ann Melton, suffered no damage from the the storm. Trees, large and small, fell all around it. (It may not be Cabin Creek; that's what I remember; someone correct me if I'm wrong.) The bridge is often called the "Joe & Ada Coffey Bridge. Joe Coffey used to cross it to get to school. Ada is the sweetheart he married, nee Ada Troutman. Their honeymoon continues about a mile down the road, toward Montpelier on Old Montpelier Road.

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As if nothing had happened


2015-04-26 - Dale Morrison Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Except for this one area and, fortunately his residence, debris and down trees and structures were everywhere for plenty of clean up for Marshall Barnett. This picturesque section, with lovely lilacs in bloom looked like it would on any rainy, dogwood winter spring morning.

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Storm 25 Apr 2015: What's gone represents huge damage


2015-04-26 - Off Dale Morrison Road, near Glens Fork, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Local guide Marshall Barnett said that the stub of a silo is all that remains this morning of a huge feeding operation on the Charles Fletcher farm. Debris from the Saturday storm, and downed trees dotted the farm, in the Cedar Creek Valley.

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