Opal Dean Walton
Opal Dean Walton, age 83, of Hillsboro, died June 27, 2001, at Greenbrier Manor at Fairlea.
She was a Methodist.
The daughter of the late Guy and Edith Alderman Dean, she was born at Lobelia November 2, 1917.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Edgar Jess Walton. Also deceased are a brother, Harlan Dean, and a grandson.
Mrs. Walton is survived by three daughters, Edith Arbogast, of Hillsboro, Linda Hise and Brenda Burgess, both of Marlinton; six sons, Floyd Walton, Wilburn Walton and Mark Walton, all of Hillsboro, Dwight Walton and Darrell Walton, of Warm Springs, Virginia, and Imon Dale Walton, of Union; four sisters, Lena McClintic, of Richwood, Verlie Christian, of Greenbrier Manor, Fairlea, Gladys Boyce, of South Charleston, Naomi Morrison, of Bellaire, Maryland; a brother, Lee Dean, of Hillsboro; twenty-nine grandchildren and thirty-one great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at VanReenen Funeral Home by Pastor Jack Burks. Burial was in Emmanuel Cemetery.
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Marvin Dumire, of Myrtle Point, Oregon, died June 23, 2001, after a long illness.
He was the son of the late John and Frankie Sharp Dumire, of Marlinton.
Surviving him are his wife, Georgianna, and two daughters and son, of Myrtle Point; two brothers, Robert Dumire, of Richmond, Virginia, and Vance Dumire, of Warren, Ohio. He is a cousin of Jewel Sharp Murphy, of Marlinton.
He graduated from Marlinton High School in 1942, then served in the U. S. Army. He and his brother, Dalton, were in business at Myrtle Point for years.
Memorial services were held June 26 in Myrtle Point.
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Nancy C. Meyer
Nancy C. Meyer died at St. Luke's Baptist Hospital in San Antonio, Texas, on June 21, 2001.
She was a former receptionist at St. Mary's University Law School and member of St. Matthew's Catholic Church.
Ms. Meyer was preceded in death by her parents, Herman A. and Mary Frances Eubanks Meyer (who grew up in Marlinton); brother, John E. Meyer, and sister, Barbara Heisley.
Surviving her are brothers, Herman A. "Buddy" Meyer and Frederick E. Meyer, of San Antonio, and sister, Susan F. Meyer, of Alexandria, Virginia.
Visitation was in San Antonio with interment in her hometown of Davis.