Alston James Lewis
Alston James Lewis, age 36, of Marlinton, died Sunday, August 19, 2001, at home.
He was a carpenter.
Born at Marlinton October 1, 1964, he was the son of the late Wayne Cole Lewis, Sr., and Rosa Virginia Lewis.
Surviving him are his companion, Martha Marie Sharp Biggs; a daughter, Priscilla June Lewis, and a son, Eric James Lewis, both of Michigan; two sisters, Christal Lynn Rudd, of Petersburg, and Candy Sue Lewis, of Droop; three brothers, Wayne Cole Lewis, Jr., and Richard Gale Lewis, both of Droop, and Mikeal Lee Lewis, of Alderson; and his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Hazel Lewis, of Hillsboro.
Graveside services were held Wednesday afternoon at the Sharp Cemetery on Stamping Creek by the Rev. Roger Alder.
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Elizabeth "Libby" B. Hevener
Elizabeth "Libby" B. Hevener, age 85, of Casselberry, Florida, died Saturday, August 11, 2001, in Eastbrooke Gardens.
Mrs. Hevener was born March 25, 1916, in Arbovale, a daughter of Monroe and Mary Brown Beard.
She was a 1937 alumna of Green Bank High School and moved to Sharon, Florida, in 1952. During World War II she was employed by the War Department in Washington, D. C., where she was a file clerk for soldiers' medical records. She was a member of Chestnut Ridge Church of God in Hubbard Township.
Her husband, Paul H. Hevener, whom she married September 30, 1940, died December 22, 1987.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Cheree Shume, of Orlando, Florida; a son, Samuel M. Hevener, of Richfield, Ohio; two sisters, Loraine Mullenax, of Fayetteville, North Carolina, and Margaret Offutt, of Arbovale; three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Dorr F. Beard, in 1975.
Funeral services were held in Chestnut Ridge Church in Hubbard, Ohio, with the Rev. Robert J. McFarland officiating. Interment was in the Oakwood Cemetery, Hermitage.
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John D. Winter
John D. Winter, age 83, of Windsor, Connecticut, died Thursday, August 9, 2001.
He was the husband of the late Helen Serwanski Winter. Born in Hartford, Connecticut, he had lived in Windsor since 1963. He was employed by Hamilton Standard for many years before retiring, was a Navy veteran of World War II, and a member of Christ the King Lutheran Church, Windsor. He was also a volunteer restorer at the New England Air Museum for over 20 years, working on numerous projects, the most noteworthy being the S-39 Sikorsky Amphibian and the replica of the Gee Bee R1.
He is survived by a son, J. Daniel Winter, Jr., of Denver, Colorado; two daughters, Elizabeth Gay, of Marlinton, and Evelyn Winter Pogorzelski, of Richmond, New Hampshire; a sister, Evelyn Steng, of Geislingen, Germany; and three grandchildren.
A Memorial service was held at Christ the King Lutheran Church, 465 Park Avenue, Windsor, August 14. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Francis Hospice, 94 Woodland St., Hartford, or to Christ The King Lutheran Church, Campership Fund, 465 Park Avenue, Windsor, Connecticut 06095.
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Forest Herald Turner
Forest Herald Turner, age 80, of Painesville, Ohio, formerly of Durbin, died Wednesday, August 15, 2001, at his home.
Mr. Turner was born November 25, 1920, at Durbin, the son of the late Oscar and Nora Terry Turner.
He was a retired assembler from the Victor Browning Company in Willoughby, Ohio, and was a veteran of the Army Air Corps, serving in WWII.
He was preceded in death by three brothers, Lee, Arvin, and Reed; two sisters, Lena Wetzel and Lola Carroll.
He is survived by his wife, Elva Turner; five daughters, Karen Zukoski, of Elizabethton, Tennessee, Nora Mae Kimbell, of Upper Tract, Doris McLaughlin and Charlotte McCormick, both of Andover, Ohio, and Helen Capplinger, of Harrisonburg, Virginia; six stepchildren, Virginia Etter, of Madison, Ohio, Shirley Ochovisky, of Chicago, Illinois, Fred Lambert, of Painesville, Ohio, Catherine Taylor, of Tennessee, Nellie Blizzard, of Perry, Ohio, Vicki Chinchar, of Mentor, Ohio; two sisters, Mabel Kerns, of Valley Bend, and Opal Howdyshell, of Staunton, Virginia; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and great-great-grandchildren.
Service was held at Wallace & Wallace Funeral Home in Arbovale on Monday, with burial in Arbovale Cemetery.