Wanda G. Kelley
Wanda Gibson Kelley, wife of Kenneth Kelley, died early Wednesday at her home on Knapps Creek. Arrangements are incomplete at press time. VanReenen Funeral home is in charge.
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Inez M. Horner
Inez M. Horner, of Dunmore, age 103, died Saturday, March 31, 2001, at Pocahontas Center in Marlinton after an extended illness.
Mrs. Horner was Pocahontas County's oldest citizen and a lifelong resident of Dunmore.
She was a member of Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church, member of United Methodist Women for over 50 years, and member of Extension Homemakers and Home Demonstration Clubs.
The daughter of the late Peter P. and Lillie Jane Nottingham Oliver, she was born at Dunmore on February 7, 1898.
Preceding her in death were her husband, James Ray Horner, on December 24, 1976; a sister, Oneida Collins; and a brother, Percy Oliver.
Survivors include two daughters, Gertrude Taylor and Naomi McQuain, both of Dunmore; two sons, Harry Byrle Horner, of Baltimore, Maryland, and Neil Horner, of Dunmore; fourteen grandchildren, thirty-eight great-grandchildren, and forty-seven great-great-grand-children.
Services were held Tuesday afternoon at Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church at Dunmore by the Rev. Scott Ingleton. Burial was in the Wesley Chapel Cemetery.
Memorial donations may be made to Wesley Chapel Cemetery Fund in care of Ben Galford.
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James A. Jones
James A. Jones, age 69, of Hot Springs, Virginia, died Thursday, March 29, 2001, at Bath County Community Hospital in Hot Springs.
He worked for The Homestead Hotel Laundry Service in Hot Springs and attended Eden United Methodist Church in Hot Springs.
A native of Bath County, Virginia, he was the son of the late Andrew Harrison and Ettie Pearl Sevy Jones.
His wife, Willie Lee Black Jones, died in 1965. Also deceased are a son, James Filmore Jones, a sister, brother, and step-brother.
Surviving him are two daughters, Rosa Lee Jones Fisher, of Huntersville, and Joyce Louise Jones, of Hot Springs; two sisters, Ettie Mildred Jones, of Hot Springs, and Alpha Jones Wilson, of Hightop; two brothers, Jack Jones and Leroy Jones, both of Hot Springs; two grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at McLaughlin Funeral Home at Hot Springs by the Rev. Steve Shaver, with burial in Warm Springs Cemetery, Warm Springs, Virginia.
Memorial donations may be made to Jones' family, c/o McLaughlin Funeral Home, P. O. Box 1112, Hot Springs, VA 24445.
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William Neal Houdyschell
Infant William Neal Houdy-schell, son of Tim and Lisa Pyles Houdyschell, of Kenova, died Friday, March 30, 2001, at Cabell Huntington Hospital.
Additional survivors include two brothers, Jacob and Caleb Houdyschell; his paternal grandparents, Charles and Mary Houdyschell, of Huntington; and his maternal grandparents, John and Delores Hill, of Hillsboro.
Graveside services were held Wednesday at Bruffeys Creek Cemetery near Hillsboro.