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Freida Joyce (Poteet) Stratton

Obituary

Freida Joyce Stratton, 81 of Bowling Green died Friday, February 12 at the Medical Center.
The Edmonson County native was a daughter of the late William and Ersie Wingfield Poteet. She was preceded in death by her husband Glenn Owen Stratton, a son Mark Ausbrooks and step son, Glenn Stratton, Jr. Freida was an assembly worker and an interior designer, she was a member of Oakland Baptist Church.
Her survivors are her daughter, Sheila Ausbrooks Parker (Jeff), a son Ron Ausbrooks (Joan), a step daughter, Sheila Warren (Cecil), a stepson, Scott Stratton (Luann); several grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Funeral service for Freida will be Saturday at 1:00 p.m. at Hardy & Son Funeral Home, Bowling Green Chapel with burial at Bowling Green Gardens. Visitation will be 11:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home.
Those who wish to honor Freida in person at the visitation must wear a mask or facial covering and practice social distancing while inside the funeral home.

To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Freida Joyce (Poteet) Stratton, please visit our floral store.


Services

Visitation

Saturday
February 20, 2021
11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Hardy & Son Funeral Homes, Inc.
3098 Louisville Rd.
Bowling Green, KY 42101

Funeral Service

Saturday
February 20, 2021
1:00 PM
Hardy & Son Funeral Homes, Inc.
3098 Louisville Rd.
Bowling Green, KY 42101

Burial


Bowling Green Gardens
820 Lovers Ln.
Bowling Green, KY 42103

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Friday, April 3, 2020

News 12 at 11 o'clock/NBC at 12

AUGUSTA, GA. (WRDW/WAGT) --

Crews battled flames on Thursday that leapt from the roof of Poteet Funeral Home in a fire that reduced the building on Peach Orchard Road to a total loss.

The fire was raging by 3:45 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home, 3465 Peach Orchard Road. It took two hours to be contained.

The building, that was built in the nineties, was deemed a total loss.

According to Augusta Fire officials, what started the blaze is still unknown, but the funeral home director says it did not start in the crematorium. Rather, he predicts it started somewhere in the middle of the building.

The coroner reported two bodies and the ashes of several cremated individuals were inside the funeral home at the time of the fire.

Among them, the remains of Bobby Creech, who died less than a week ago.

And to say his family is devastated is an understatement.

"I married the man when I was 17 years old and I’m 60 now, so it just seems like you know, he was my life," Karen Creech, Bobby's wife, said.

For Karen, hearing the news about the fire made her feel like she was losing her husband all over again.

"I had him cremated once. Why should he -- I mean, I’m sad he had to do it twice. I feel like, that’s not right," she said.

"His ashes would be the only thing -- like -- they’re him," Skyler Hughes said. Hughes' grandfather was also cremated and his ashes were in the funeral home during the fire.

But according to the funeral home director, who didn’t want to appear on camera, the bodies and ashes were secure and identifiable -- a miracle among such devastating damage.

Another miracle -- none of the employees inside at the time of the fire were harmed.

But among the debris and rubble -- are hopes -- to rebuild and start again.

The funeral home director told News 12 that the staff does plan to rebuild eventually. Until then, they are working on finding a satellite office to carry out business.

Fire crews have been called back out to the site at least twice since the original fire to control a few hotspots that have flared back up.

It is advised that the public does not go near the site as it could be potentially dangerous.

Copyright 2020 WRDW/WAGT. All rights reserved.

Sours: https://www.wrdw.com/content/news/Families--569371801.html
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Terumi Arita Poteet

Obituary

Terumi Arita Poteet

1928-2021

Terumi Arita Poteet, age 92 of Wingfield, departed this life on Saturday, January 16, 2021 at  Greenview Regional Hospital.  She was born on November 5, 1928 in Nagoya, Japan to the late Fugeo Arita and Tetue Ocuda.  She met and married her husband, the late Gilbert D. Poteet, while he served the U.S. Air Force in World War II.  

Terumi was a housewife, devoted mother and wife. 

She leaves to honor her memory-- three sons, Richard D. Poteet (Marilyn) of Bowling Green, Donald J. Poteet of Bowling Green and Frankie B. Poteet (Lisa) of Cynthiana, KY and eleven grandchildren. She was also preceded in death by one sister, Hoshimi Fugekawa. 

Interment will be in Wingfield Church Cemetery.

 

THE VISITATION AND FUNERAL SERVICE WILL BE PRIVATE. 

 

- ARRANGEMENTS BY PATTON FUNERAL HOME BROWNSVILLE CHAPEL -   

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