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RITES SLATED For Dr. J. P. Strother, Former Pastor Of Two Northern Kentucky Churches Burial To Be In Lexington. Services for the Rev. Jeremiah Plerc Strother. former pastor of Highland Methodist Church, Fort Thomas, Ky., snd the Williams town, Ky., Methodist Church, will be held at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the Mtlward funeral home, Lexington Ky. Burial will be In Hillcrest Cemetery, Lexington. Dr. Strother died of a cerebral hemorrhage In a private hospital In Louisville Saturday. He was 79 years old. A native or uiunam County, Kentucky, Dr. Strother lived at 1731 Scott St., Covington, until last August when he entered the Louisville hospital. Active in Methodist circles, Dr. Strother served on numerous boards and committees. He also served many churches in Central Kentucky and was presiding elder of the Danville District Dr. Strother is survived by hi widow, Mrs. Rosa Park Strother; two daughters, Mrs. W. S. Hynei, Richmond, Va., and Mrs. P. W. Shankweller, College Park, Md. three sons, J. Park Strother and W. Bruce Strother, both of Covington, Covington, and J. Russell Strother, Worland, Wyo., and 10 grandchil dren. two ths as 418 be

Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer08 Dec 1947, MonKENTUCKY EDITIONPage 1

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)08 Dec 1947, MonKENTUCKY EDITIONPage 1
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