Genevieve R. Dumire
Genevieve R. Dumire, of Warren, Ohio, died November 1, 1998, in Forum Health, Trumble Memorial Hospital in Warren, following a short illness.
She was born in Marlinton, August 30, 1924, a daughter of the late Joseph and Truda Waugh McKenney. She had moved to the Warren area in 1950.
Mrs. Dumire was a member of the Otterbein Methodist Church.
She is survived by her husband, Vance Dumire, whom she married January 28, 1957; two daughters, Sue Temptesta, of Southington, Ohio, and Sherri Dumire-Hamilton, of Rochester, New York; and three grandchildren.
Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by four brothers, Guy, Gerald (Bub), Cameron, and Arnold (Gene).
Services were held at Robert H. Roberts-Clark Memorial Home, with burial in Crown Hill Mausoleum.
Memorial tributes may be made to Healing Garden, c/o Forum Health, Trumbull Memorial Hospital, 1350 E. Market Street, Warren, OH 44483.
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Ransom Raymond Clark
Ransom Raymond Clark, age 76, of Buckeye, died Friday, November 6, 1998, at Ruby Memorial Hospital, Morgantown, after several months' illness.
He was a retired core grinder for American Brake Shoe Company, Elyria, Ohio. He served in the Army in World War II.
The son of the late Daniel R. and Ellen McCauley Clark, he was born at Lost Creek on April 24, 1922.
Preceding him in death were two sons, Kenneth Franklin Clark and Ransom Lee Clark; two sisters, Edna Hefner and Wanda Cornell; a half-sister, Gertrude Westfall; four brothers, Herbert Clark, Clarence Clark, Clyde Clark, and Robert Clark; two half-brothers, Holden Bell and Russell Bell.
Surviving him are three daughters, Delores Perry, of Purdon, Texas, Verna Belcher and Virginia Conner, both of Vinton, Virginia; two sons, Raymond D. Clark, of Salem, Virginia, and Holden Clark, of Anderson, South Carolina; a step-son, Marvin Boggs, of Roanoke, Virginia; fifteen grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Monday at 11 a. m. at VanReenen Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Stanley Clark, nephew of the deceased. Burial with military rites followed at Mountain View Cemetery.
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Carl "Mike" Rose, age 51, of Mineral Wells, died November 4, 1998, in Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital in Parkersburg.
He was a graduate of Green Bank High School and Marshall University, an Army helicopter pilot during the Vietnam War, a Wood County school teacher for 26 years, a Gideon, and a member and deacon of Mineral Wells Baptist Church.
Surviving him are his wife, Karen Boggs Rose; a son, Kevin M. Rose, of Mineral Wells; a daughter, Deanna M. Combs, of Elkview; a brother, Hunter "Pete" Hamrick, of Marlinton; two sisters, Doris Ernst, of Fitzwilliams, New Hampshire, Sandy Braun, of Socorro, New Mexico; a step-brother, Kenneth McLaughlin, of Lufkin, Texas; and a step-sister, Joyce Deitz, of Columbus, Ohio.
Services were held Saturday at Mineral Wells Baptist Church by Pastor Robert Summers and the Rev. Claude Stevens.
Burial was in Arbovale Cemetery.
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Calvin E. Spade
Calvin E. Spade, age 65, of Rainelle, died November 7, 1998, in Greenbrier Valley Medical Center, after a long illness.
He was a retired yardmaster for CSX, Walbridge, Ohio, and was an Army veteran.
Surviving him are his wife, Vonora "Tommie" Young Spade; a son, Dana Spade, of Hurricane; two daughters, Susan Smith, of Rainelle, and Julia Snyder, of Woodville, Ohio; three sisters, Loretta Johnson and Geneva Butner, both of California, and Sarah Yost, of Alexandria, Virginia; brothers, James Cecil Spade, of Frost, and Michael Spade, of Meadow Bridge; father and step-mother, Emmette and Glenna Spade, of Alderson; five grandchildren.
Memorial service will be held at a later date.
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Howard Rupert Lewis
Howard Rupert Lewis, age 78, of North Charleston, South Carolina, died November 2, 1998, at a Charleston hospital.
Mr. Lewis was a Presbyterian and a millwright worker for Westvaco. He was a member of Masonic Lodge #375, Carolina AFM, and a Pearl Harbor survivor.
He was born at Cass September 23, 1920, the son of George E. and Florence Arbogast Lewis.
Surviving him are his wife, Betty Bussell Lewis; a daughter, Sharon L. Luther, of York, South Carolina; three sons, Howard R. Lewis, of Travelers Rest, South Carolina, Mark H. Lewis, of Summerville, South Carolina, and Gary M. Lewis, of North Charleston; two sisters, Nellie Megginson and Ruth Winn, both of Hanahan, South Carolina; six grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Funeral services were held Thursday at graveside in Carolina Memorial Gardens.
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Louella Mae Pennington Dumire, age 78, of Myrtle Point, Oregon, formerly of Pocahontas County, died August 20, 1998.
Born at Wymer June 23, 1920, she was the daughter of the late Edward and Flossie Varner Pennington. She was raised in Slaty Fork.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Delton Dumire, two sisters and five brothers.
Surviving her are two daughters, Barbara Eberle, of Portland, Oregon, and Mary Lou Newton, of Myrtle Point; two sons, Delton Dumire, Jr., and John Dumire, both of Myrtle Point; four sisters, Leabelle Gum and Betty Swink, both of Cass; Retha Doyle, of Slaty Fork; Hazel Hinerman, of Beverly; five brothers, Carl Pennington, of LaPuente, California, Paul Pennington, of St. Albans, Leonard Pennington, of Valley Head, James Pennington, of Durbin, and Roy Pennington, of Green Bank; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Services were held August 25 at the Amling-Schroeder Myrtle Point Chapel with interment beside her husband in the Norway Cemetery near Myrtle Point.
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Nora E. Turner
Nora Estella Ray Turner, age 88, formerly of Pocahontas and Pendleton Counties, died in Spartanburg, South Carolina, on November 6, 1998, in the White Oak Manor Nursing Home.
She was a member of the Delphia Rebekah Lodge #62 and Daughters of the American Revolution. She and her husband at one time managed the Boyer Hotel and later moved to Franklin.
Mrs. Turner was born July 26, 1910, in Boyer, one of thirteen children of Howard Granville Ray and Maude Estella Slayton Ray.
She was married to Edward Lee Turner on June 1, 1926, in Bartow; he died in 1982. They had one daughter, Maydell Christine Turner Nelson, who died in an automobile accident with her daughter, June, in 1969. Also preceding her in death were four sisters, Arthina Griffin, Mamie Bright, Jeanive Shinaberry, and Orpha Clark; five brothers, Delbert, Albert, Ted, Frank, and Donald Ray.
Mrs. Turner went in 1987 to live in Spartanburg.
Surviving her are three sisters, Velma M. Turner, of Arbovale, Virgie H. Wanless, of Minnehaha Springs, and Olive Cassell Barnard, of Madison, Ohio; her niece, Gladys Carroll Turner Vance, of Green Bank, whom she raised; four grandchildren and six great-grand-children.
Graveside service will be held Friday, November 13, at 3 p. m., by the Rev. David Fuller, of Green Bank, in the Elkins Memorial Gardens (formerly the I.O.O.F. Cemetery) near Elkins.
The family willl meet at the F. E. Runner Funeral Home in Elkins between 2 and 2:15 p. m.
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Delphia A. Cochran
Delphia A. Cochran, age 81, of Lewisburg, formerly of Renick, died November 9, 1998, at the home of her daughter, Virginia Ruth Herndon, of Lewisburg, after an extended illness.
Mrs. Cochran was a Presbyterian.
She was born April 15, 1917, at Beard to the late Raymond and Ida Bessie Underwood Cochran.
Preceding her in death were two sisters, Daisy Blankenship and Dollie Wells; two brothers, John and Clarence Cochran.
In addition to her daughter, survivors include two sons, Paul G. Cochran, of White Sulphur Springs, and Kenneth C. Cochran, of Buckeye; a brother, Walter F. Cochran, of Lewisburg; eleven grandchildren; seven step-grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; six step-great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren.
Services were held Wednesday at 2 p. m. at Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home in Lewisburg by the Rev. Jim Anderson. Burial was in Old Droop Church Cemetery.
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Raymond L. Lambert
Raymond L. Lambert, 67, of Ocala, Florida, died October 24, 1998, at his home.
He was born on February 17, 1939, at Frank and was the son of Uxter and Mary Elizabeth White Lambert.
Mr. Lambert was a U. S. Army veteran and a retired wire weaver with the C. E. Tyler Company, of Mentor, Ohio.
Survivors include a daughter, Debra Long, of Ocala; a son, Bill Lambert, of Concord, Ohio; three sisters, Shirley Nelson, Jeannie Lynch, and Dreama Lambert; three brothers, Harold Lambert, Donald Lambert, and Lonnie Lambert; and four grandchildren.
He was precded in death by four sisters, Silva Simmons, Madge Harris, Elsie Lambert, and Connie Taylor; and a brother, Jack Lambert.
Graveside rites will be held on Saturday, November 14, at 1 p.m. at the Arbovale Cemetery.