Juliana (Judy) Clements, 78, of Louisville Kentucky, went in peace to meet her heavenly Father on June 11, 2017.
She was preceded in death by parents James H. and Agnes Hart, and grandparents John and Virginia Guigliano.
She attended Ursuline College, where she received her teaching certificate in 1958. After graduating Judy married the love of her life in 1958. They spent 58 happy and wonderful years together. She was a member of the first planning commission for the Youth Performing Arts Center, the Woman’s Club of Louisville, the Hilton Head Women’s Auxiliary, English Speaking Union, the Queens Daughters, Bellarmine Showhouse Board, St. Matthews Women’s Club, the Kentucky and Louisville Bar Association Auxiliary, the Fillies Club, board member of the Louisville Orchestra Auxiliary, co-chair of the 1973 Louisville Orchestra Symphony Ball, former member of the University Club, and long-time member of the Pendennis Club. Judy was also a member of five different dinner groups where she met many wonderful friends.
Judy and her family lived several years in Hilton Head, South Carolina, where she was very active in retail. Upon returning to Louisville, she became the Public Relations Director for the Old Heritage Weekends, a planning event company under Mary Remmers Stone under the offices of the Louisville Area Chamber of Commerce. Her favorite past times were making friends, and entertaining them with all of her humorous stories, shopping, and spending time with family.
Judy is survived by her husband, James M. Clements, sons James W. Clements (Stacey), and John H. Clements, and by her daughter Virginia C. Reczek (Phil), and her grandchildren Dr. James M. Clements of Glasgow, Kentucky (Kristen), Brittany Clements, Kelly Clements, Juliana H. Reczek (Julie), and Alexander P. Reczek, and by her greatgrandchild James D. Clements. Judy is also survived by her cousins Francis and Ryan Coady (Lou Ann), and Mr. & Mrs. J. Barry Jenkins (Sissey), and best friends Nancy Hampton (Larry) and Mary Stone (William).
A mass of Christian burial was celebrated Friday the 16th of June at St. Albert the Great at 10:00 a.m. A visitation was held at Ratterman Funeral Home, 3711 Lexington Road, “in St. Matthews” on Thursday the 15th from 4 PM to 6 PM. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy can be made in the form of donations to Bellarmine University Scholarship or a charity of your choice.
Frazier, George Wode
George Wode Frazier, 47, died on Saturday, June 17, 2017 at Norton Suburban Hospital, with his family and friends by his side.
He was born on May 19, 1970 in Louisville and graduated from Walden School in 1988. He enrolled at Bellarmine University before deciding to pursue his passion of racing cars, and for the next eight years, he spent time throughout North America and Europe participating in the Formula 2000 Championship Series.
Described by many as simply being a “big kid at heart,” George managed to pack more into the 47 years of his life than most people do in multiple lifetimes. He had a lifetime love of sports cars, boats, fishing, soccer and University of Louisville Athletics, and for the past 20 years, he divided his time between Louisville, Fort Lauderdale and the Bahamas, where he was able to spend time on his boat and with friends. He was also an investor in the Louisville City FC, and a former owner of Novus Ordo Vineyards in Argentina.
George was preceded in death by his father, Harry Stucky Frazier, Jr.; and his grandparents, Louise Streible Wode and George Fred Wode; and Amelia Brown Frazier and Dr. Harry Stucky Frazier, Sr.
He is survived by his mother, Jean; his girlfriend, Natalie Dorazio, of Philadelphia; his sisters, Sandra Frazier and Virginia Frazier (Rachael Hicks); two nieces, Eliza Louise Frazier and Alexandra Noelle Frazier; and one nephew, Jayden Lucas Frazier; longtime family friends, Leanna Weaver and Dorothy Coleman; and his dog, Bailey.
The family wishes to thank Dr. John Varga, Dr. Mark Wheeler, and Dr. John Ellis, as well as the physicians and nurses in the Intensive Care Unit, as well as the nurses on the fifth floor at Norton Suburban Hospital, for their care of George. Additionally the family wishes to thank the countless friends and family who provided so much companionship, love and support to George over the last three weeks while he was in the hospital.
Visitation was from 3 – 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 20 at Pearson’s Funeral Home, 149 Breckinridge Lane. Burial will be private.
Expressions of sympathy may be made to the Louisville Zoo Foundation, 1100 Trevilian Way, Louisville, Kentucky, 40213; or to the Kentucky Humane Society, 1000 Lyndon Lane, Suite B, Louisville, Kentucky 40222
Hasenour, Edward Lee
Edward Lee Hasenour passed away on Monday, June 12th.
Mr. Hasenour; a lifelong Louisvillian, attended St. Xavier High School and the University of Louisville; where he earned a degree in Business Administration. He then joined the family business and ran Hasenour’s Restaurant alongside of his father for years before taking over sole ownership.
Mr. Hasenour served as Vice President of the National Restaurant Association, was a member of St. Agnes Catholic Church and of the Knights of Columbus. He was very passionate about the game of golf and enjoyed his extended family and time spent at the Southern Sports Recreation Center. He will be fondly remembered for his excellent cooking skills and for his love of family.
Mr. Hasenour was preceded in death by his parents; Edward Anthony Hasenour and Marcy Huckenbeck Hasenour.
He is survived by his wife Barbara; daughters, Bonnie Hasenour Duley (Patrick), Christina Hasenour Stewart (Kenneth); grandchildren, Bonnie Caroline Dance Duley and Christopher Handlin Duley; sisters, Teri’ Hasenour Gordon (Thomas) and Marcia Hasenour Larkin; nephews, Thomas Gordon and Edward Gordon.
Pallbearers will be; Kenny Stewart, Patrick Duley, Thomas Napier Gordon, Christopher Handlin Duley, Bobby Nichols, Kristoff Smith, and John Aubrey.
His Funeral Mass will be Friday, June 23, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Agnes Catholic Church, 1920 Newburg Road, with burial to follow at Cave Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be Thursday evening, from 4 to 7 p.m. , at Pearson’s, 149 Breckenridge Lane.
Expressions of sympathy are suggested to The Humane Society or St Agnes Catholic Church.
Treva-Lee Lang, 76, of Louisville, passed away Friday June 16th, 2017.
She was preceded in death by her parents: Howard Jones Chamberlin & Mary Evelyn T. Chamberlin; she was also preceded by her husband of 24 years: Clarence Lang, Jr.
Treva-Lee was a longtime member of St. Athanasius Catholic Church. She was also a member of St. Vincent DePaul V.I.P.S. Volunteer in Police Service where she was awarded the volunteer of the year in 2016. She was also active in many quilt clubs & knitting clubs.
Left to cherish her memory are her children, son: Michael C. Clark; daughters: Bobbi Nichols (Wayne), Cindy Sullivan (Steve); 6 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; great-nephew: Shawn McGill Jr., & many other loved ones and friends.
A funeral mass was Wednesday June 21st at 12pm at St. Athanasius Catholic Church, 5915 Outer Loop. Burial followed in Brookland Cemetery. Visitation was Tuesday June 20th from 1-8pm at Arch L. Heady & Son Funeral Home, 8519 Preston Hwy.
Expressions of sympathy in her memory may be directed to Kentucky School for the Deaf Foundation, 303 S 2nd St. Danville, KY 40422, in care of the Independent Living Skills Program. Visit www.archlheadypreston.com to leave online condolences for the family.