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Bradley S Breeding
and June Frazier

June Frazier Breeding
Bradley S Breeding b 2 Mar 1923 KY d 16 Feb 1989; age 65; Lexington, Fayette Co KY; buried Herb Maggard Cemetery, Isom, Letcher Co KY; s/o Townsel Breeding and Ollie Stidham. Bradley S Breeding m. June Frazier b 29 Feb 1924 Hot Spot, Letcher Co KY d 10 Aug 2010; age 86; Whitesburg, Letcher Co KY; buried Herb Maggard Cemetery, Isom, Letcher Co KY; d/o James Benton Frazier and Louisa Callahan. Child of Bradley S Breeding and June Frazier;

1. James Bradley Jamie Breeding b before 1961.


June Frazier
and Hubert Hall

June Frazier b 29 Feb 1924 Hot Spot, Letcher Co KY d 10 Aug 2010; age 86; Whitesburg, Letcher Co KY; buried Herb Maggard Cemetery, Isom, Letcher Co KY; d/o James Benton Frazier and Louisa Callahan. June Frazier met after 1989 Hubert Hall b 9 Jan 1928 Rockhouse, Letcher Co KY d 25 Apr 2016; s/o Harve Hall and Callie Adkins.


Hubert Hall
and Bessie Lee Banks

Hubert Hall b 9 Jan 1928 Rockhouse, Letcher Co KY d 25 Apr 2016; s/o Harve Hall and Callie Adkins. Hubert Hall m. Bessie Lee Banks b ? d 1989.


June F Breeding Expresses Thanks
Mt Eagle Newspaper, Whitesburg, Kentucky
Thursday, April 20, 1961 Page 19

I want to thank the Republican Party for expressing so great a confidence in me by giving me the nomination for county court Clerk, without opposition. Also many thanks for the encouragement I have received from my many Democratic friends and to all of you who have given me such encouragement and offered your help so generously in seeking this important office. I assure you that I will never betray that confidence and that I will run my own race.

This had been my ambition for several years and it will be a joy and honor to serve our good citizens of Letcher County. I am well qualified to give you efficient service and to conduct this office in a manner which will be honorable to this great county of ours. I am sure no one can be more accommodating and courteous in serving our people than I, if I may be given the opportunity. My community can speak for me on that. They know of the many accomodations I have rendered, without being in public office and expecting to receive their help in return. I consider seeking this office and making this decision. As you know it was almost the deadline for filing when I did file. I wanted to be sure it would meet the approval of my many friends and those who have so encouraged me.

Having had experience in this office under previous clerks, and the local board office Has given me the opportunity to know many of you. To those who do not know me, I am the daughter of Bent and Lucinda Callahan Frazier of Premium, Ky. A family of three girls and five boys. My grandparetnes were Jonathan Frazier and Dicy Combs Frazier and John Callhan and Ritter Cornett Callahan. I graduated from Whitesburg High School and Ashland School of Commerce, I married Bradley Breeding, son of Townsel and ollie Stidham Breeding. His grandparents were Elisha and Sally Banks Breeding and John and Nancy Combs Stidham. We have one son, James Bradley, and live at Isom, Ky. Having been born and raised in Letcher County it will be a great privilege to serve my people. You will be hearing and seeing more of me after the primary election. June Frazier Breeding.


Obituary: Bradley S Breeding
2 Mar 1923 - 16 Feb 1989

Bradley S. Breeding, a prominent Eastern Kentucky Coal and Truck Operator, passed this life on Feb. 16, 1989, at the St. Joseph Hospital, Lexington, Kentucky. Begining his successful career in the coal business in 1946, he became known for his hard work and dedication. Mr. Breeding was very active in the Kentucky Independent Coal Assocation, becoming an advisor to many in the coal field. Bradley was born March 2, 1923, he was the son of the late Townsel and Ollie Stidham Breeding. He is survived by his wife, June Frazier Breeding; and one son, James Bradley (Jamie), Lexington. Two sisters and one brother preceded him in death. He is also survived by six sisters and four brothers, Elma Amburgy, Ison, Evelyn Dotson, Clintwood, VA, Verdie Cook, Van, Dorothy Caudill and Blanche Caudill, both of Jeremiah, Wanda Potter, Virgie, Billy Breeding, Ison, Lincoln Breeding, London, Verlon Breeding, Jeremiah, and Vance Breeding, Ison. Prior to begining his career in the coal business, he joined the Armed Services in 1942 and was discharged in 1944. A WW II veteran, obtaining the rank of Staff Sergant before his discharge. He was a member of the Blair Branch Baptist Church. Bradley was a civic and charitable minded person,loved by his neighbors and family, always ready to help anyone, and known for his helping hand. Letcher funeral Home, Whitesburg, KY. will be in charge of the services at 1 p.m. today Feb. 19, at the funeral home. Nephews of the deceased will serve as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers will be Maynard Hogg, Gene Crase, Carl Collins, Glen Frazier, Jimmy Buttery, and Edgar Whitaker, Sr. Burial in the Maggard Cemetery. Lexington Hearld Leader


Obituary: June Frazier Breeding
29 Feb 1924 - 10 Aug 2010

June Frazier Breeding
WHITESBURG (Letcher Co KY) - June Frazier Breeding, passed away Tue, Aug 10, 2010 at the Letcher Manor Nursing Home. She was born Feb 29, 1924 at Hot Spot in Letcher County, being 86 years old. She was the daughter of the late James Benton and Louisa (Calahan) Frazier. She was the youngest of nine children and lived to be the last surviving. She was preceded in death by her husband, Bradley Breeding in 1989. They had one son, James Bradley (Jamie) Breeding, Lexington.

June is also survived by her companion of the last twenty years, Hubert Hall and his family, Dr. Janet Jones (J.D. Jones) Lexington, Dr. Hubert Hall Jr. (Dr. Debbie Stanley) Lexington, Joan Hall Ward (Judge Jim Ward) Whitesburg. Six grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. Her love for Shiela Smith, Redford Township, Michigan and Don Brown, Lexington made them very much a part of her family. A graduate of Ashland Business College, June and Bradley Breeding began a successful career in the coal business in 1946, being the owner of Breeding Trucking and Coal. They were known for their hard work and dedication, as well as their civic and charitable contributions.

She is a member of the VFW Ladies Auxilary, Blair Branch Old Regular Baptist Church, and Isom Days Festival Committee. She was a longtime election officer, being prominent in politics in Kentucky. She is a current board member of Mountain Comprehensive Health Clinics. She was blessed to still have her two best friends from childhood, Mabel Jo Buttrey and Bobby Jean Collins. The three Golden Girls, who enjoyed life to its fullest and were also known as the three J's, Jo, Jean, and June. Now there is two, Jo and Jean. Thank you to two special nieces, Shirley Breeding and Cathy June Frazier. Two special friends, Carl and Anne Hall of Whitesburg, plus many other family members and friends.

Funeral services will be 1pm Fri, Aug 13, 2010 at the Little Colly Baptist Church. Visitation 7-9pm Thu, Aug 12, 2010 at the Little Colly Baptist Church. Burial will follow in the Herb Maggard Cemetery. Pallbearers will be: Joe Calhoun, William Paul, Don Brown, Tim Breeding, Sonny Frazier, Gaither Frazier, Tracy Frazier, Michael Frazier, David Combs, and Judge Jim Ward. Memorial contributions may be made to Isom Presbyterian Church, Little Colly Baptist Church, or Blair Branch Old Regular Baptist Church. www.letcherfuneralhomeinc.com Published in Lexington Herald-Leader on August 12, 2010


Obituary: Hubert Hall
9 Jan 1928 - 25 Apr 2016

LETCHER COUNTY, Ky (WYMT)- Hubert Hall, Sr who ran Hall Equipment & Supply Company along with his brother died on Monday. He was 88 years-old. Hall owned and operated Hall Equipment & Supply Company with his brother Carl, of Whitesburg. The company, with offices and warehouses at Sandlick and Isom, provided mining equipment and supplies to the coal industry for decades. Hall, who got his start in the mining equipment business with Kentucky-West Virginia Armature Company's Letcher County branch, was a former chairman of the executive committee of the Letcher County Democratic Party and was a member of Whitesburg Masonic Lodge #754.

Hubert was born January 2, 1928, to Harve and Callie Adkins Hall on Rockhouse in Letcher County. He was the eldest of five children and preceded in death by sisters Janice Hall and Eunice Mounts.

He is survived by brothers Ivan Hall of Lexington and Carl Hall of Whitesburg.

On February 24, 1945, Hubert and his sweetheart, Bessie Lee Banks, drove a coal truck to be married. Their love persisted through sickness and health, joy and sorrow. Hubert and Bessie proudly raised three children: Dr. Janet Hall Jones of Lexington; Dr. Hubert Hall, Jr., of Lexington; and Joan Hall Ward of Whitesburg.

Hubert enthusiastically and unconditionally loved, supported, and encouraged his grandchildren: Callie Jones of Baker, LA; Cara Jones Faye of Annecy, France; Dr. Ashley Hall Bowen of Lexington; J. Tyler Ward II, Esquire, of Whitesburg; H. Andrew Hall III of Lexington; and Dr. Calvin Ward of Columbus, OH.

Seeing his great-grandchildren energized and brought joy to Hubert: Tidiane and Adia Faye of Annecy, France; Emma Grace Hall of Lexington; and Olivia Bowen of Lexington. After Bessie's death in 1989, Hubert enjoyed the company of his special companion, June Breeding. June's son, Jamie Breeding, of Lexington continued as a special part of Hubert's life after his mother's death.

During the coal boom of the 1970s, Hubert, his wife Bessie, and his brother Carl, built Hall Equipment & Supply Co. Hubert traveled throughout the coalfields making friends and selling mining equipment and supplies. Through his success, what really brought Hubert the most joy was people. Hubert loved people. Whether talking politics over coffee with friends, to hosting annual family reunions, watching his grand kids and great-grand kids open gifts at Christmas, or lending a sympathetic and encouraging ear to someone in need, Hubert truly cherished and respected people. Knowing him meant loving him. Hubert actively engaged his community through the Whitesburg Masonic Lodge #754, the Mountain Shrine Club, local and state politics, and supporting youth sporting leagues.


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