Viola G. Lantz
Viola G. Lantz, 75, of Green Bank, died March 31, 1999.
Arrangements are incompete at press time. Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home at Arbovale is in charge.
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Dorothy A. Nottingham
Dorothy A. Nottingham, 79, of Orlando, Florida, died on March 12, 1999.
She was born in Orlando on January 9, 1920. Mrs. Nottingham was a commercial artist and bookkeeper. She was a Baptist.
Survivors include her husband, Lewis E. Nottingham; two sons, Raymond L. Nottingham, of Winter Haven, Florida, and Robert A. Nottingham, of Orlando; and one sister, Lydia Gray, of Titusville, Florida.
Services were held on March 15 at the Woodlawn Funeral Home Chapel with Pastors Curtis Pace and Steve Perine officiating. Burial was in the Woodlawn Memorial Park at Orlando.
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Ora H. Hinchey
Ora Ethel Hannah Hinchey, 87, formerly of Lexington, Virginia, died March 25, 1999, at the Oak Hill Health Care Center in Staunton, Virginia.
She was born on October 1, 1911, in Buckhannon, the daughter of Ira T. and Rebecca Ann Collins Hannah.
Mrs. Hinchey was retired from the James Lee Industry after 30 years service.
Survivors include her stepmother, Hazel Hannah Powell, of Oceana; one daughter, Cozetta C. Smith, of Verona, Virginia; four brothers, J. Kirt Hannah, of Mount Morris, Pennsylvania, H. Sabin Hannah, of Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, Ralph M. Hannah, of Matheny, and C. Statt Hannah, of Oceana; five sisters, R. Sue Hollandsworth, of Slaty Fork, J. Edith Hannah and Lucille Dulaney, both of Buckeye, Milliecent J. Branstetter, of Torrance, California, and Jewell Lee Simmons, Clayton, of North Carolina; 11 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by two brothers, Clinton E. Hannah and Thomas Hannah, Jr.
A graveside service will be held on Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Kee Cemetery with the Rev. Jay Hicks officiating.
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Mae G. Corbett
Mae Gay Corbett, age 81, of Rt. 1, Dunmore, died March 23, 1999, in Pocahontas Memorial Hospital, following a stroke in December.
Mrs. Corbett worked in the Pocahontas County Court House, Curry's Store and Baxters Store in Marlinton after she graduated from high school. She was a retired cook from Pocahontas County High School.
She was a member of the Women's Home Extension Club, Order of Eastern Star, and Frost United Methodist Church.
Born at Dunmore June 16, 1917, she was the daughter of the late Odie and Pearl Carpenter Gay.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Ray Corbett, and one sister, Ethel Rose.
Surviving her are a son, Tommy Ray Corbett, of Dunmore; a brother, Dale Gay, of Broadway, Virginia; and two grandchildren
Services were held Saturday morning at the Frost United Methodist Church by the Rev. Dave McCauley. Burial was in the Gay Cemetery.
Memorial gifts may be made to the Mt. Zion Church Fund.
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Nora G. Arbogast
Nora G. Arbogast, age 84, of Dunmore, died Wednesday, March 24, 1999, in Nicholas County Nursing Home at Richwood.
Mrs. Arbogast was a Methodist and active in her church by singing and participaing in services and activities.
She was born February 28, 1915, in Petersburg, the daughter of the late William Cecil and Emma Susan Graham Calhoun.
Her husband, Theodore Jennings Arbogast, is deceased. Others preceding her in death were three sisters, Gladys Heavnor, Jessie Harmon, and Annie Leach, and two brothers, Charlie and Bill Calhoun.
Survivors include a daughter, Beverly A. Nottingham, of Dunmore; two sisters, Leona Shell, of Scherr, and Minnie Kimball, of Petersburg; a brother, Hugh Calhoun, of Petersburg; four grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.
Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at VanReenen Funeral Home by the Rev. David Rittenhouse, with burial in the Dunmore Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to Nicholas County Nursing Home.
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Edward T. Stewart
Edward T. Stewart, age 82, died Wednesday, March 24, 1999, at the Marion Manor II at Curwensville, Pennsylvania.
He was born January 24, 1917, at Frank to the late Edward Tilden and Lola Brown Stewart.
He was formerly of Durbin and Espyville, Pennsylvania. He was a retired inspector with the R.D. Werner Company of Greenville, Pennsylvania. He was a WWII Navy Veteran, Navy 1st Seaman, and he was a member of the Durbin United Methodist Church.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Sylvia Marie Murphy Stewart, who passed away June 30, 1992; three sisters, Lola Smith, Mary Bartlett, and Edna Slayton; two brothers, Ray and June Stewart.
He is survived by one son, William J. Stewart, of Curwensville; two sisters, Helen Wilfong, of Frank, Lena Spurlock, of Huntington; one brother, Allen Stewart, of Bartow; four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Services were held Saturday at Wallace & Wallace Funeral Home in Arbovale, with burial in Arbovale Cemetery.
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Lysle Y. Hively
Lysle Y. "Mac" Hively, age 75, of Morgantown, died Tuesday, March 23, 1999, at home.
He was born April 7, 1923, in Dunmore, son of the late Walter and Sarah Simmons Hively.
Mr. Hively was a U. S. Navy veteran of World War II, a member of Sabra United Methodist Church, and a retired machinist from Morgantown Machine and Hydraulic.
Surviving him are his wife, Helen Jane Taylor Hively; a daughter, Debbie Reed, of Morgantown; a son, Bob Hively, of Morgantown; three brothers, Styrl Hively, of Elkins, Lee Hively, of Knoxville, Tennessee, and Julian Hively, of Weirton; a sister, Margaret Sedgewick, of Norfolk, Virginia; and four grandchildren.
He also was preceded in death by five brothers, Clyde Hively, Glenn Hively, Carl Hively, Floyd Hively, and Keith Hively; and two sisters, Mary Adams and Uldine Matthews.
Services were held Friday at the William McCulla Funeral Home in Morgantown by the Rev. Larry Crawford. Burial was at Beverly Hills Cemetery.
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Juanita H. Kiggens
Juanita Hudson Kiggens, age 84, of Harrison, Arkansas, died March 23, 1999, in North Arkansas Medical Center.
She was a native of Charleston.
Surviving her are three sisters, Cleo Janey, of Green Bank, Mary Wilma Leibert, of Alum Creek, and Helen Simmons, of Parkersburg.
Graveside services were held in Maplewood Cemetery, Harrison.
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Samuel T. Painter
Samuel T. Painter, age 66, of Valley Head, died Thursday, March 25, 1999, in Davis Memorial Hospital. He had been a patient in Nella's, Inc., for the past two years.
Mr. Painter was born June 13, 1932, at Slaty Fork, a son of the late Samuel Oliver and Maude Shelton Painter.
On February 8, 1957, at Edray, he married the former Iva Pritt, who preceded him in death on October 1, 1987.
Surviving are a son, Gary L. Painter, Elkins; companion, Pauline Wood, Valley Head; two sisters, Betty Cutlip and Louise Haller, both of Morgantown; and a grandson.
A brother, William L. "Jack" Painter, preceded him in death.
He attended the schools of Pocahontas and Webster counties and served with the U. S. Army during the Korean Conflict. He was a retired bus driver for Randolph County Schools He was a member and former vice president of Valley Head Fire Department, a member of Randolph County Association of Retired School Employees and a member of St. John's Chapel at Huttonsville.
A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Saturday at St. John's Chapel at Huttonsville by the Rev. Father Roy Schuster and Lou Belldina, deacon of the Mass. Interment followed in Valley Head Cemetery where the presentation of the American Flag was made by members of H. W. Daniels Post 29 American Legion.
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Georgia M. Dumire
Georgia M. Dumire, age 82, of Kopperston, died Wednesday, March 24, 1999, at her home.
Born January 31, 1917, at Slaty Fork, she was the daughter of the late Harry and Birdie Gibson Varner.
A longtime resident of Wyoming County, she was a member of the Kopperston Presbyterian Church.
Preceding her in death were her husband of 59 years, Boyd W. Dumire; a brother, Dock Varner; and three sisters, Betty Hannah, Marie Moore, and Oleta Baker.
Mrs. Dumire is survived by a daughter, Rhoda Jarrell, of Powhatan, Virginia, and two grandchildren.
Services were held Saturday at the Kopperston Presbyterian Church by the Rev. Collett Varner. Entombment followed in Palm Memorial Gardens Mausoleum, Matheny.
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Rhoda D. Malcomb
Rhoda D. Malcomb, age 71, of Camden on Gauley, died March 22, 1999, in Summersville Memroial Hospital after a long illness.
She was a member of Beaver Freewill Baptist Church, Craigsville.
Survivors include five sons, Sherman, of Summersville, Milo, of Yellow Spring, Gilbert and Timmy, both of Camden on Gauley, and Billy, of Milton; five daughters, Sandra Malcomb and Debbie Baughman, both of Summersville, Alice Legg, of Craigsville, Linda Teter, of Marlinton, and Donna Malcomb, of Camden on Gauley; a brother, Jack Hammons, of Barberton, Ohio; two sisters, Hazel Mann, of St. Petersburg, Florida, and Louise Spinks, of Summersville; 21 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Services were held Thursday at Beaver Freewill Baptist Church, Craigsville, by the Rev. Oscar Spinks, with burial in Mount Olive Cemetery, Tioga.
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Anna M. Kinnison
Anna Marie Kinnison, age 78, of Victoria, Texas, died March 7, 1999.
She was born March 30, 1920, in Hillsboro, to the late Lake E. and Virginia S. Clutter Anderson. She was a homemaker and a member of Seventh Day Adventist Church, of Victoria.
She is survived by her husband, A. D. Kinnison; three daughters, Carol Johnson, of Granbury, Betty Dieckmeier, of Kempner, and Barbara Combs, of Cleburn, Texas; one son, Gerald Kinnison, of Victoria; one sister, Mrs. Lakie McMillion, of Hillsboro; and five grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by a son, Dale Kinnison, and a sister, Deja Sayre.
Visitation and services were held at Colonial Funeral Home, with burial at Memory Gardens Cemetery in Victoria.
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Luster Clark McCutcheon, Jr., age 84, a resident of Asbury Methodist Village, Gaithersburg, Maryland, died March 29, 1999, at Wilson Health Care Center, following long-term complications from a stroke.
Born May 10, 1914, at Richwood, he was the son of the late Dr. Luster Clark McCutcheon and Iva Talbert Shomo McCutcheon (second marriage to Barnewall). Dr. McCutcheon was a doctor in Green Bank from 1926 until his death in 1945.
Mr. McCutcheon was a retired teacher and founder in 1953 of McCutcheon Insurance Agency.
He was a founding member and Deacon of Gaithersburg Presbyterian Church. He was a member of Montgomery County and Maryland State Retired Teachers Associations, Ali Ghan Shrine Temple; 32nd Scottish and York Rite Mason; charter member of Port St. Lucie, Florida, Elks Club. In World War II he served in the U. S. Navy as instructor in various radar and navigational schools; he taught in Pocahontas County from 1933 to 1947 and at Gaithersburg High School from 1948 to 1974. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Glenville State College and received his Master's Degree in Education from West Virginia University.
Surviving him are his wife of 58 years, Elizabeth; sons, L. C. McCutcheon, III, of St. Leonard, Maryland, and James McCutcheon, of Gaithersburg; three grandchildren; brothers and sisters, Leonard McCutcheon and Martha Linkins, Port St. Lucie, Florida, Bob McCutcheon, of Greencastle, Pennsylvania, Al Smith McCutcheon, of Talmadge, Ohio, Jean Britton, of Peterborough, New Hampshire, and Rachael McCutchan, of Annapolis, Maryland.
He was predeceased by two sisters, Rebecca McCutcheon and Marjorie Kanode, and a brother, John.
Memorial service will be held April 1 at 1 p. m. in Guild Memorial Chapel, Asbury Methodist Village, Gaithersburg, Maryland. Burial will be in Arbovale Cemetery.
Donations may be made to Children's Burn Center, Shriner's Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.