Madelyn F. Newman
Madelyn F. Newman, 73, of Charleston, died November 3, 1999, in Memorial Division, CAMC, after a short illness.
Madelyn was born October 3, 1926, at Clintonville, the daughter of the late Houston S. and Estella Pearl Sumner Scaggs.
She was an American Red Cross volunteer and a retired nurse from Mountain State Hospital and Charleston Memorial Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Newman have a camp in Pocahontas County.
She was preceded in death by her parents; a son, Charles Randall Newman, II; grandparents, Dr. Lon and Florence Hicks Scaggs, and Wyley and Cynthia Craddock Sumner.
Survivors include her husband, Randall Newman; sons, Thaddeus Settle, of Dunbar, Thomas Settle, of Beckley, Paul Newman, of Charleston; daughters, Rosemary Settle and Regina Newman, both of Charleston; a sister, Julia Wilburn, of Fayetteville; seven grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at Cunningham-Parker-Johnson Funeral Home, Charleston, by the Rev. Chris Sowards. Burial was in Grandview Memorial Park, Dunbar.
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Edith Lillian Wooddell
Edith Lillian Wooddell, age 75, of Green Bank, died Tuesday, November 23, 1999, at Greenbrier Valley Medical Center, Fairlea, following a long illness.
Mrs. Wooddell was a Methodist and a member of the Rebekah Lodge.
She was born April 4, 1924, at Whitmer, the daughter of the late Callip Joseph and Olive Mae Teter White.
A daughter, Beverly Wooddell Workman, preceded her in death.
Surviving her are her husband of 56 years, Geral L. Wooddell; a daughter, Lamar Wooddell, of Green Bank; a sister, Mary Jo Mayes, of Cass; two brothers, James White, of Cass, and Leroy White, of Green Bank; and three grandchildren and two great-grandsons.
Her body was cremated.
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Jon Arthur Congdon
Jon Arthur Congdon, age 59, of Frost, died Wednesday, November 24, 1999, at home of an apparent heart attack.
He was a retired telephone company field engineer and a Baptist; he served in the Coast Guard during the Vietnam War, had taught a Power Squadron in Maryland, and was a member of the Moose Lodge and a Legion member of the Moose.
Mr. Congdon was born March 21, 1940, in Millis, Massachusetts, the son of the late Richard Gardner and Edna Smith Congdon.
Survivors include his wife, Cleo Y. McMillion Congdon; a daughter, Pearl Mikulski, of Nome, Alaska; a son, Bill Congdon, of Quantico, Virginia; two step-daughters, Carol Crider, of Moorefield, and Pamela Watson, of Illinois; a step-son, Lester Collins, of Adams Friendship, Wisconsin; a sister, Judith Joyce, of Baltimore, Maryland; a brother, Richard Congdon, also of Baltimore; five grandchildren and nine step-grandchildren.
Services were held at 4 p. m. Tuesday at VanReenen Funeral Home Chapel by Curtis Kershner.
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James Wade Driver
James Wade Driver, age 48, of Amherst, Ohio, and Marlinton, died Tuesday, November 23, 1999, in Lorain, Ohio, after an apparent heart attack.
He was a steel worker and batch saw operator with U. S. Kobe Company.
Born February 6, 1951, at Smithville, Tennessee, he was the son of the late Lonnie Wade and Hattie Pinegar Driver.
Preceding him in death, in addition to his parents, were a son, Jamie Driver, and two brothers, Herman and Louis Driver.
He is survived by his wife, Rosalie Long Driver, of Marlinton; a daughter, Gerri Lynn Webb, of Sheffield Lake, Ohio; a brother, Grady Driver, of Sparta, Tennessee; and a granddaughter.
Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at VanReenen Funeral Home Chapel by Robert Mann, with burial in the Fairview Cemetery.
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J. Wilma H. Smith
J. Wilma H. Smith, age 85, of Meadville, Pennsylvania, died Saturday, November 13, 1999, at home, after a period of declining health.
Mrs. Smith had been employed at the American Viscose Company, of Meadville, for ten years, and was a member of Wayland Baptist Church.
Born in Green Bank March 13, 1914, she was a daughter of Jesse and Bessie Sheets Hudson.
She married Wilfred E. Smith on April 29, 1939. He preceded her in death on May 25, 1984. Also a brother, Burke Hudson, and a sister, Jewell Nugent, are deceased.
Survivors include two daugh-ters, Dr. Christine Kell, of Girard, Pennsylvania, and Shirley Irving, of San Luis Obispo, California; two sons, Clark E. Smith, at home, and J. Burke Smith, of South River, New Jersey; and eleven grandchildren.
A memorial service was held Tuesday at Wayland Baptist Church, Meadville, by her pastor, the Rev. Del Meagely, with burial in Kiser Hill Cemetery, East Meade Township.
Memorial gifts may be made to Hospice of Crawford County, 448 Pine Street, Meadville, Pennsyl-vania 16335.
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Herbert L. Clutter
Herbert L. Clutter, age 84, of West Alexander, Pennsylvania, formerly of Wheeling, died Monday, November 22, 1999, in Ohio Valley Medical Center, Wheeling.
He was a member, trustee and elder at West Alexander Presbyterian Church and was retired from Columbia Gas Company with 41 years' service.
Surviving him are his wife, Frances Clutter; a son, Barry Clutter, of Marlinton; two daughters, Diane Peterson, of Fredericksburg, Virginia, and Susan Clutter, of Wheeling; two brothers, Reed Clutter, of Valley Grove, and Harlan Clutter, of Good Intent, Pennsylvania; four sisters, Mildred Dague Hughes and Norma Jean King, both of Warren, Ohio, Althea King, of West Alexander, Pennsylvania, and Joanne Bruno, of New Egypt, New Jersey; eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Memorial service was held Wednesday at West Alexander Presbyterian Church. Burial was in West Finley Cemetery.
Memorial gifts may be made to West Alexander Presbyterian Church, P. O. Box 303, West Alexander, Pennsylvana 15376.
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A. Leo Morgan
A. Leo Morgan, age 73, of Lewisburg, died November 25, 1999, in University of Virginia Hospital, Charlottesville, Virginia, after a short illness.
He was a retired postmaster with 22 years' service and a real estate agent for Greenbrier Real Estate Service, and was a member of Rotary Club and the American Legion. He was a member of the Ronceverte Presbyterian Church, where he served as elder, clerk and past deacon. He was an Army veteran of World War II.
Surviving him are his wife, Helen Virginia Honaker Morgan; three sons, Kirwan Morgan, of Chatham, Massachusetts, Nick Morgan, of Mechanicsville, Virginia, and J. D. Morgan, of Snowshoe; two sisters, Margaret Deaver and Ruth Taylor, both of Ronceverte; two brothers, Mack D. Morgan and Arthur S. Morgan, both of Ronceverte; and seven grandchildren.
Services were held Sunday at Ronceverte Presbyterian Church by the Rev. Phillip Graber; burial was in the Morgan Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to Ronceverte Presbyterian Church Memorial Fund.