Glenna Lane, of Seebert, died on August 26, 1998, at Pocahontas Memorial Hospital.
No arrangements have been made as the paper goes to press.
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Wallace Underwood, age 64, of Beaver Creek, died August 20, 1998, in Roanoke Memorial Hospital, Roanoke, Virginia.
He was a retired logger, a former worker with Burruss Lumber Company, and a Methodist.
The son of the late Howard and Edna Grace Lewis Underwood, he was born on Beaver Creek August 28, 1933.
Surviving him are two sisters, Bettie Brown, of Huntersville, and Peachie Wilson, of Buckeye; and a brother, Wade Gillespie, of Winter Haven, Florida.
Preceding him in death were five brothers, Conda Gillespie, Spurgeon Underwood, Origen Underwood, Watson Underwood, and Leo Underwood.
Services were held at 2 p. m. Sunday at Cummings Creek Victory Chapel by the Rev. Roy Gwinn. Burial was in the Beaver Creek Cemetery.
Memorial donations may be made to Pocahontas Memorial Hospital, Buckeye, WV 24924.
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Charles T. Cover, Sr.
Charles T. Cover, Sr., age 79, of Bartow, died Saturday, August 22, 1998, at Davis Memorial Hospital in Elkins after an extended illness.
He was a member of Durbin United Methodist Church and the American Legion. He served in the Army in World War II, and he was a carpenter and employee of Howes Leather Company for 44 years.
Born March 31, 1919, at Richwood, he was the son of the late Samuel F. and Louella Collins Cover.
His wife, Thelma Jean Hoover Cover, died April 28, 1996.
Surviving him are a daughter, Madonna Ann Collen, of Durham, North Carolina; two sons, Charles T. Cover, Jr., of Lewisburg, and Don E. Cover, of Bridgeport; a sister, Jessie Linwood, of Osprey, Florida; and six grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Tuesday at Durbin United Methodist Church by the Rev. Roland Armstrong, with burial in the Arbovale Cemetery.
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Lakie Hill Livesay
Lakie Pearl Hill Livesay, age 97, of White Sulphur Springs, died Friday, August 21, 1998, at the home of a granddaughter, Lysanne Taylor, of Gap Mills.
She was born April 20, 1901, at Lobelia, a daughter of the late William Bryson and Margaret Taylor Hill. She was a direct descendant of Pioneer Richard Hill.
Mrs. Livesay was a graduate of Hillsboro High School and of Farmville Normal School. She was a member of the Emmanuel United Methodist Church in White Sulphur Springs, a life member of the Women's Society for Christian Service and had received a 50-year Outstanding Service pin from the United Methodist Women. She was a Past Matron of the Order of Eastern Star and worked for many years as an election poll worker.
Preceding her in death were her husband, Loche A. Livesay, in 1955, and several brothers and sisters.
Survivors include two sons, James A. Livesay, of Richmond, Virginia, and Dale H. Livesay, of Williamsburg, Virginia; a daughter, Betty Lightner, of Lewisburg; a brother, William R. Hill, of Staunton, Virginia; a sister, Mrs. Marjorie Thibodeaux, of Stuarts Draft, Virginia; eleven grandchildren, fifteen great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.
Funeral services were held Monday at Shanklin Funeral Home Chapel in White Sulphur Springs by the Rev. Ray Conrad. Interment was in Hillcrest Cemetery, White Sulphur Springs.
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Warren Alex Wright
Warren Alex Wright, age 51, of Richwood, died Saturday, August 22, 1998, in Nicholas County Health Care Center, Richwood, after a long illness.
He was formerly self-employed as an auto mechanic in Green Bank. He was a member of Liberty Presbyterian Church at Green Bank and a U. S. Navy Veteran.
Surviving him are his parents, Rev. and Mrs. Joseph C. Wright, of Diamondhead, Mississippi, and one brother, Craig Wright, of Boerne, Texas.
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George S. Robinson, Jr.
George S. Robinson, Jr., age 67, of Mammoth, died August 21, 1998, at his camp in the Cass/ Green Bank area, after an apparent heart attack.
He was a retired area supervisor for Union Carbide, South Charleston Plant, where he worked in the instrument and electrical department, with 34 years' service, and was a Baptist. He was an Army Veteran of the Korean War.
Surviving him are his wife, Betty L. Daniels Robinson; sons, Lannie, of Charleston, Dennis, of Belle; a brother, Harold D. Robinson, of Summerville, South Carolina; a sister, Janet F. Lewis, of East Bank; and two grandchildren.
Services were held Tuesday morning at Cooke Funeral Home, Cedar Grove, by the Rev. Jim Hill. Burial with military honors was in Kanawha Valley Memorial Gardens, Glasgow.
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Joseph Fernand Bernier
Joseph F. Bernier, age 88, died at the home of his daughter in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on August 19, 1998.
He was born on November 20, 1909, in Sanford, Maine, where he lived until 1948. He then moved to Rochester, New Hampshire, where he spent most of his life. He was a mechanic and a pipefitter and retired from the Portsmouth (N. H.) Naval Shipyard.
Mr. Bernier is survived by his wife, Irene Hubert Bernier; four daughters, Pat Remmers, of Calgary, Alberta, Connie Tobin, of Tucson, Arizona, Paige Nangle, of Cedar Falls, Iowa, Rachel Wessells, of Charlotte Hall, Maryland; and one son, Douglas Bernier, of Marlinton; two brothers and two sisters; ten grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by two brothers and three sisters.
Funeral services were held in Calgary on August 25.
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Harmon Lewis Underwood
Harmon Lewis Underwood, age 65, of Baltimore, Maryland, died Friday, August 21, 1998, in Baltimore.
He was a foreman operator, and was a Protestant.
Born May 10, 1933, on Beaver Creek, he was the son of Dollie Bevel Underwood, of Marlinton, and the late Denver Underwood.
Surviving him are his wife, Rose Marie Troy Underwood; three daughters, Mary Farell and Edna Tedder, both of Baltimore, and Rosa Smith, of Pennsylvania; a son, Harmon Lewis Underwood, Jr., of Baltimore, and a step-son, Dean David Hicks, of Front Royal, Virginia; seven sisters, Dorothy Pyles and Karen Larson, of Marlinton, Floretta Gordon, of Stuart, Virginia, Della Fleury, of Fort Washington, Maryland, Virginia Dendy, of Fredericksburg, Virginia, JoAnn McCoy, of Manassas, Virginia, and Rose Mary Hoffer, of Leesburg, Virginia; two brothers, Grady Underwood, of Afton, Virginia, and Lowie Underwood, of Harrisville; ten grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, and two step-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at Beaver Creek Chapel at 1 p. m. Monday by the Rev. David Rittenhouse, with burial in the Beaver Creek Cemetery.
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John Ellis Beale, II
John Ellis Beale, II, age 43 years, of Valley Head, died Monday, August 24, 1998, at Davis Memorial Hospital, Elkins, from cancer.
Mr. Beale was a former Deputy Sheriff, a coal miner, and had worked as a security guard at Snowshoe Resort. He owned and operated the Valley Head Sporting Goods Shop. He was a member of the West Virginia Archery Association, the National Field Archery Association, and the Valley Head United Methodist Church.
He was born May 7, 1955, at Elkins, a son of Betty L. Ware Beale, of Valley Head, and the late John Ellis Beale.
On July 10, 1993, he was married to Bonnie Lou Pritt.
Surviving him are his wife and his mother; a son, John Ellis Beale, III; and one sister, Rhonda Kay Channell, of Valley Head.
Funeral services will be conducted at the Valley Head United Methodist Church at 1 p. m. Thursday by the Rev. Verl L. Simmons. Burial will follow at the Valley Head Cemetery.
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Frances L. Dutterer
Frances Loell Dutterer, age 89, of Martinsburg, died August 24, 1998, at Heartland, of Martinsburg.
Born February 18, 1919, in Bartow, she was the daughter of the late Sherman D. and Ocie Ruth McComb Seiler.
She was a member of the Blairton Methodist Church. She was a secretary for the Board of Education of Washington County in Hagerstown retiring in 1980. Previous to that she was employed at Rosen's in Hagerstown.
She is survived by one son, William S. Dutterer, of New York, New York; one brother, Charles Seiler, of Fayetteville, North Carolina; one sister, Ruth Beard, of Lebanon, Pennsylvania.
She was preceded in death by her husband, William N. Dutterer, one sister, Beulah Michael, and one step-brother, Frank Seiler.
Services were held at 1 p.m. August 26, at the Rosedale Funeral Chapel with Rev. Joseph Bradshaw. Interment was in Green Hill Cemetery in Berryville, Virginia.
Memorial donations may be made to the Gateway Foundation Regional Cancer and Rehabilitation Center P.O. Box 2119 Martinsburg, WV 25401.
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Ruby F. McCarty
Ruby F. McCarty, age 78, of Littleton, Colorado, formerly of Pocahontas County, died August 11, 1998, at Porter Hospital, Denver, Colorado.
She was a homewife and mother and a member of Arapahoe Road Baptist Church.
Mrs. McCarty was born at Buckeye, October 8, 1919, the daughter of Henry C. Miller and Winona Adkison Miller.
She is survived by her husband, Robert W. McCarty, of Littleton, and two sons, Robert C., of Ft. Lupton, Colorado, and Jerry L., of Lakewood, Colorado; two sisters, Jean Groves, of Elkview, and Margaret Bailey, of Grantsville.
She was preceded in death in addition to her parents by five sisters, Bernice, May, Frances, Dorothy and Bobby, and three brothers, Ross, Glenn and Ralph.
Funeral services were at Horan & McConaty Funeral Home, Lakewood, Colorado, on August 14, with interment at Chapel Hill Cemetery, Littleton, Colorado.