Charles Arthur "Chuck" Hausser, age 66, of High Ridge, Missouri, died Wednesday, August 4, 1999.
He was a telecommunication consultant and an Army veteran of the Korean War.
A native of Chicago, Illinois, he was born August 24, 1932, the son of the late Theodore and Amy Rhode Hausser.
Surviving him are his wife, Wanda Newman Hausser; two daughters, Hazel Louise Huey, of Perkins, Missouri, and Patricia Diane Hausser, of Stanley, North Carolina; two sons, Charles David Hausser, of Flower Mound, Texas, and James Clarence Hausser, of Ottawa, Illinois; and two grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at noon Saturday at VanReenen Funeral Home Chapel, Marlinton, by the Rev. Jay Hicks. Burial with military rites followed in Mountain View Cemetery.
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Glenn Wood Callison
Glenn W. Callison, age 81, of Bradenton, Florida, died May 19, 1999, at home.
He was born in Bealton, Virginia, the oldest son of the late Homer L. and Mary Hilda Corder Callison.
He is survived by his wife, Merle P. Callison, of Bradenton; two brothers, George Alfred Callison, of Hillsboro, and Homer L. Callison, of Monterey, Virginia; and a stepson, Melvin Naylor, of LaPlata, Maryland.
Mr. Callison spent time with his aunts and uncles, the late Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beard, of Hillsboro, and the late Mr. and Mrs. James K. Marshall, of Hillsboro.
He was a retired machinist for the Smithsonian Institute of Washington, D. C. He served in the U. S. Army during World War II and the Korean Conflict.
Services were held in Bradenton.
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William T. Rock
William T. Rock, age 83, of East Liverpool, Ohio, died August 6, 1999, in East Liverpool City Hospital after a long illness.
A native of Hillsboro, he was a retired inspector from Crucible Steel with 30 years' service. He was a member of Midland American Legion #481 and an Army Air Corps veteran of World War II.
Surviving him are a step-son, Ronald Wathey, of West Point, Ohio; two step-daughters, Linda Merritt, of Willow Springs, North Carolina, and Judy Bourne, of Crestline, Ohio; a sister, Virginia Dare Stone, of Sarasota, Florida; eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
Memorial services were held Monday at Arner Funeral Home, Chester. Burial was Tuesday afternoon at Oak Grove Cemetery, Hillsboro, with military graveside services conducted by Tri-State Veterans Burial Group.
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Seth Daniel Marks
Seth Daniel Marks, age 59, of Mount Nebo, died August 5, 1999, at home after a long illness.
He was a member of Mount Gilead Baptist Church at Pool, and a disabled miner.
Surviving him are his wife, Beverly Hamrick Marks; two sons, Stephen Daniel, of Summersville, and Joseph, of Mount Lookout; five daughters, Terri Viers and Kelli Dempsey, both of Mount Nebo, Tammi Gregory, of Summersville, Kim Totten, of Marlinton, Ellittia Marks, at home; a brother, William L. Marks, of Rocky Point, North Carolina; two sisters, Roberta Parrish and Elizabeth Ramsey, both of Mount Nebo; and thirteen grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held at a later date.
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Frank B. Garred
Frank B. Garred, age 70, of Charleston, died Saturday, August 7, 1999, in Greenbrier Valley Medical Center after suffering a heart attack at the wheel of his car.
He was a member and elder of Ruffner Memorial Presbyterian Church, member of Charleston Greenbrier Lions Club, and the Parcatol Investment Club. He was an Army veteran of the Korean War.
Surviving him are his wife, Dorothy East Garred, daughter of Nell McElwee East, formerly of Marlinton; two daughters, Kim Halstead, of Hampton, Virginia, and Cathy Cummings, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; a son, Frank Garred, Jr., of Alpharetta, Georgia; a brother, Wyatt Garred, of Procious; and four grandchildren.
Services were held Tuesday afternoon at Bartlett-Burdette-Cox Funeral Home, Charleston, by the Rev. Amy Parker and the Rev. A. D. Ellison, with burial in Spring Hill Cemetery, Charleston.
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Jasper William Woollard, Sr.
Jasper William Woollard, Sr., 72, of Oakwood, Virginia, died July 31, 1999, in the Clinch Valley Medical Center in Richlands, Virginia.
Born on February 27, 1927, at Renick, he was a son of the late Oakley and Polly Ann Rigsby Woollard. He had resided most of his life in Marlinton, moving to Oakwood three months ago from Lyndhurst, Virginia. He was a member of the Lebanon Church of Christ in Lebanon, Virginia, and was also a member of the 29ers Club. He was a retired employee of Cramer Lumber Company in Marlinton.
Survivors include his wife, Frances Arbutus Woollard; one daughter, Melinda Birchfield, of Middlebrook, Virginia; three sons, Raymond Woollard, of Stuart's Draft, Virginia, Jasper William "Bill" Woollard, Jr., of Scott Depot, and Columbus Hale, of Middlebrook, Virginia; a sister, Betty Woollard, of Tampa, Florida; two brothers, Lee and Marvin Woollard, both of Independence, Ohio; 15 grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren.
Services were held at 2 p.m. August 3, at the Honaker Funeral Home Chapel, Honaker, Virginia, with Everette Moorefield officiating. Interment followed in the Phillips Cemetery, at Oakwood.
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Pearl Harriet Brown
Pearl Harriet Brown, age 57, of Bartow, died Wednesday, August 4, 1999, at Pocahontas Memorial Hospital after a short illness.
Mrs. Brown was born February 25, 1942, at Green Bank, the daughter of Thelma Jane Wooddell Galford, of Green Bank, and the late Carl Marion Galford.
She attended Thornwood Community Church and was a homemaker.
She was preceded in death by her father, a daughter, Donna Galford, and a sister, Shirley Galford.
Survivors include her husband, John D. Brown; mother, Thelma Jane Wooddell Galford, of Green Bank; one son, Billy Joe Mauck, of Paw Paw; five sisters, Barbara Hammond, of Owings, Maryland; Louise Miller, of Martinsburg, Kay Keller, of Inwood, Karla Puffenbarger, of Hillsboro, and Priscilla Nelson, of Durbin; three brothers, Wayne Galford and Ernest Galford, of Arbovale, and William Galford, of Frank; six grandchildren. Services were held Saturday, August 7, at 1 p.m. at Wallace & Wallace Funeral Home in Arbovale, with the Rev. William Vandevander officiating. Burial was in the Lambert Cemetery.