Harry Jordan, of Marlinton, died early Wednesday, May 26, 2004, at his home following a long illness.
Arrangements are incomplete at press time at VanReenen Funeral Home.
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Barbara Heasley Weimer
Barbara Jean Heasley Weimer, age 69, formerly of Green Bank, died Monday, May 24, 2004, on Interstate 75 outside of Knoxville, Tennessee, of injuries sustained when a rock was thrown through the windshield of the vehicle in which she was traveling.
The daughter of Calvin Wayne Heasley and Jane Hoskinson Heasley, she was born February 17, 1935, at Phillipsburg, Pennsylvania.
She was a Methodist by faith.
She attended St. Elizabeth's School of Radiological Technology in Boston, Massachusetts, and worked as a Radiological Technician at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Boston.
She was preceded in death by both parents and her husband, Ronald B. Weimer, whom she married on June 8, 1957.
She is survived by sons, Ronald B. Weimer, Jr., of Green Bank, and Greg D. Weimer, of Bluefield; one daughter, Malissa W. Grande, of Knoxville, Tennessee; three grandsons; one sister, Charlotte Minehart, of Melbourne, Florida; and one brother, Charles Heasley, of Waynesburg, Pennsylvania.
Funeral services will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Milliken-Throckmorton Funeral Home in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania with visitation from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday. Interment will be at the Green County Memorial Park, Greene County, Pennsylvania. in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania.
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Bonnie L. Stull
Bonnie L. Stull, age 59, of Durbin, died Friday, May 21, 2004, at home after a short illness.
Mrs. Stull was born December 7, 1944, at Thornwood, the daughter of the late Tracy and Sallie Starks Lambert.
She spent several years as an active member of the Bartow-Frank-Durbin Fire and Rescue Department in Durbin, and she was a CPR and first aid instructor for the American Red Cross. She worked at the Huttonsville Correctional Center for 18 years, retiring in June 2003.
Preceding her in death were her parents, a brother, Virgil Lambert, and two granddaughters, Shasha and Deidra Varner.
She is survived by her husband of many years, Jasper L. Stull; two daughters, Sheila Varner, of Durbin, and Kimberly Ramirez, of Harrisonburg, Virginia; three sons, Earl Stull, of Mount Nebo, Charles (Buck) Stull, of Frank, and Monroe Stull, of Harrisonburg, Virginia; seven sisters, Dorothy Warner, of Cherry Grove, Mildred Johnston, Marilyn Lambert, Barbara Ryder, Susie Lambert, and Sally Lovelace, all of Bartow, and Thelma Smith, of Durbin; two brothers, Lowell Lambert, of Elkins, and Allen Lambert, of Frank; and ten grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at Thornwood Community Church by the Revs. William Vandevender and Larry Carr. Burial was in the Lambert Cemetery.
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Verlie Mary Christian
Verlie Mary Christian, age 79, of Fairlea, died May 22, 2004, in Greenbrier Manor following an extended illness.
Born September 8, 1925, at Lobelia, she was the daughter of the late Guy and Edith Alderman Dean.
She was a member of the Band of Hope Baptist Church at Rockcamp.
Mrs. Christian was preceded in death by her husband, Morris T. Christian, in 1993; a brother, Harlan Dean; and two sisters, Frances Marie Dean and Opal Walton.
Surviving her are a brother, Lee Dean; three sisters, Naomi Morrison, of Maryland, Lena McClintic, of Nicholas County, and Gladys Boyce, of Charleston.
Funeral services were held Tuesday in McCraw Funeral Home Chapel at Frankford by the Rev. Youel Altizer. Burial was in Morningside Cemetery at Renick.
Memorials may be made to Joshua Scott Ministries for Boys, 737 South Sewell Street, Rainelle, WV 25962.
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David Shawn Watson
David Shawn Watson, age 33, of Fairlea, formerly of Marlinton, died Saturday, May 22, 2004, at his home.
Born September 14, 1970, at Lancaster, Ohio, he was the son of Roger T. Watson, of Marlinton, and Mary Ellen Miller Waugh, of White Sulphur Springs.
Mr. Watson attended Calvary Baptist Church, was a truck driver and construction worker for Richardson and Wayland Electrical. He was an Army Veteran.
Preceding him in death were his grandparents, Beulah Marie Miller, James Arlin Miller, Emma Jane Hodge, and Walter Taft Watson.
Mr. Watson is survived by his wife, Alicia Jane Quinn Watson, of Fairlea; his mother, Mary Ellen Miller Waugh, of White Sulphur Springs; father, Roger T. Watson, of Marlinton; daughters, Autumn Savelia Watson and Alaina Ellen Watson, both at home; sisters, Donna Darlene Watson Sipe, of White Sulphur Springs, and Emma Fatima Watson, of Harrisonburg, Virginia; brothers, Roger Arlin Watson, Christopher Thomas Watson, Michael Neal Pauley, and Shawn Milburn Waugh, all of White Sulphur Springs.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Calvary Baptist Church in Lewisburg by the Rev. Jonathan Comer. Burial will be at Greenbrier Memorial Gardens.
Visitation Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at Wallace & Wallace Funeral Home in Lewisburg.
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Leroy Curtis Rose
Leroy Curtis Rose, age 70, of Hillsboro, died Monday, May 24, 2004, at Pocahontas Memorial Hospital.
Mr. Rose was a barber, farmer, and logger, and was a Baptist. He served in the Air Force during the Korean War.
The son of the late Lon and Jessie Scott Rose, he was born on Caesar Mountain February 3, 1934.
In addition to his parents, a brother, Lanty W. Rose, and two sisters, Roxie Rose and Lucille Meyers, preceded him in death.
Surviving him are his wife, Linda Lee McMillion Rose; two daughters, Leigh Ann Reynolds, of Huttonsville, and Debby Rose, of Huntington; a son, Gary T. Rose, of Hillsboro; three sisters, Alice Bradley, of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, and Clarice Jean Rose and Jerri Weiser, both of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; a brother, Sherman Thomas Rose, of Philadelphia; and nine grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at VanReenen Funeral Home by Hershel O'Qwinn, with burial in Emmanuel Cemetery.
Memorial gifts may be made to Hillsboro Rescue Squad.
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Henry Claysmith, age 90, of Irwin, Pennsylvania, formerly of Dunmore, died Wednesday, May 12, 2004, in Irwin Care Center after a nine-month illness of cancer.
He was a member of the Civilian Conservation Corps, as a young man, and then a steelworker in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, until his retirement.
He was married to Evelyn Corbett on March 7, 1937, who is deceased.
Surviving him are a daughter, Claire Claysmith, of Woodbridge, Virginia, and a sister-in-law, Nina Brooks, of Dunmore.
Burial arrangements were at the Tenn Lincoln Mausoleum May 15.