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6A II The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, June 30, 1987 Daisy C, Bous Freeda M oCook WILLIAMSBURG -- Miss Daisy C. Boggs, 79, of Williamsburg, died Tuesday, June 23, 1987 in Humana Hospital Greenbrier Valley of natural causes. Born February 12, 1908 at Renick, she was the daughter of the late Washington and Luella McLau~hlin Boggs. Miss Boggs was a member of the Lacy Presbyterian Church at Williamsburg and a 40-year resident of Williamsburg. Survivors include: two sisters, Ruth Lewis of Frankford and Ruby Deeds of Columbus, Ohio; and three brothers, Clyde Boggs of Fairlea, Sam Boggs of Rainelle and John Boggs of Renick. Services were held Thursday, at 2:00 p.m. in the Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home in LewisbuTg with the Rev. Leroy Crane and the Rev. Roger Williams officiating. Burial was in the Williamsburg Cemetery. William C. Due Jr FRANKFORD -- William C. Dase Jr., 48, of Frankford, died Thursday evening, June 25,1987, in the McGuire V.A. Hospital in Richmond, Virginia, following an extended illness. Mr. Dase was self-employecr. He was a member of the Holiness Church at Caldwell and was a U.S. Army veteran. Survivors include: his father, William C. Dase of Pennsylvania; mother, Marion Champion of Port Republic, N.J.; wife, Mary Ann Powell Dase of Frankford; two sons, William E. Dase and Thomas J. Fisher, both of Elwood, N.J.; four stepdaughters, Cindy Ann Persinger of Union, Donna Ortiz of Hammton, N.J., Sheila Canfield of Frankford and Charlotte Martinez of Ronceverte; two stepsons, Sherman and Charles Muth of Frankford; one brother, Buddy Dase of New Jersey; one sister, Judy McCklen of Florida and six grandchildren. Lobban Funeral Home in Alderson is in charge of the arrangements. 445-2911 GAP MILLS - Mrs. Freeda M. Cook, 77, of Gap Mills, died Thursday, June 18, at home following a short illness. Born August 22, 1909, at Hinton, she was the daughter of the late Robert M. and Leona Johnson Deeds. Mrs. Cook was a member of the Gap Mills United Methodist Churchwhere she was a member of the WFCS and was a retir(id clerk for the J.C. Penney Co. in Charleston. Survivors include: her husband, Orris L. Cook; two sisters, Elizabeth D. Deeds of Clifton Forge, VA. and Danise D. Way of Medfdrd Lakes, N.J. and a niece. / Services were held Sunday at the Broyles-McGuire Funeral Home Chapel in Union with the Rev. Dallas Forren officiating. Burial was in the Carmel Cemetery at Gap Mills. James Marion Crawford LEWISBURG James Marion Crawford, 73, of Lewisburg, Greenbrier County, died June 18, 1987 at Pine Lodge Nursing Home, Beckley after a long illness. He was a mechanic and a Marine Corps veteran of World War II. He was a member of John Wesley United Methodist Church in Lewisburg. Survivors include: daughters, Mrs. Joyce Walker and Mrs. Sharon Boynes, both of Detroit; sons, James Jr. and Raymond, both to Detroit; four grandsons and one great-grandson. Services were held Sunday in John Wesley United Methodist Church with the Rev. Carl Renick and the Rev. David Jasper officiating. Burial was in Greenbrier Memorial Gardens, Lewisburg. Mary Ulllan Deitz RUPERT - Mrs. Mary Lillian Deitz, 68, of Rupert, died June 22, 1987, in a Roanoke, Virginia CommUnity Hospital after a long illness. She was a member of Beaver Creek Baptist Church, Kieffer. Surviviors include daughters, Mrs. Caroline Sayfe of Spartans- burg, S.C., Mrs. Gayla Lazare of Roanoke; sons, Curtis of Winfield, Gary of Rupert; sister, Mrs. Eugena Burns of Clintonville; brothers, Elmer Remley and James Remley, both of Kieffer, 10 grandchildren. Services were held Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. in Wallace-Wallace Funeral Home in Rainelle with the Rev. Leroy Crane and the Rev. Kermit Hunter, Jr., officiating. Burial was in the End of the Trail Cemetery at Clintonville. Dora B. Hanson PETERSTOWN Mrs: Dora B. Hanson, 82, formerly of Williamsburg, died Thursday, June 18, 1987 at the home of her daughter, Drema Worrell in Peterstown of natural causes. Born August 18, 1904, at Williamsburg, she was the daughter of the late William and Mary Henry Suttle. Mrs. Hanson was a 60'year resident of Williamsburg, a member of the Coal Spring Methodist Church where she had served as Church treasurer and was a charter member of the Cornstalk Homemakers Club. She was preceded in death by her husband, Tim Hanson; a daughter, Ruth McClung; and two sons, Dale and Carl Hanson. Survivors include: a son, Earl Hanson of Cornstalk; two sisters, Nellie Jones of Hillsboro and Esther Dietz of Cornstalk; two brothers, Sam Suttle of Williamsburg and Hubert Suttle of Quinwood; 13 grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. Services were Saturday in the Andrew Chapel Methodist Church at Williamsburg with the Rev. Verlin Butcher and the Rev. Ken Richards officiating. Burial was in the Wallace Memorial Cemetery in Clintonville. Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home in Lewisburg was in charge of the arrangements. Alva Henry Jackson HILLSBORO - Alva Henry Jackson, 96, of Hillsboro, Pocahontas County, died June 22, 1987 in Pocahontas Memorial Hospital after a long illness. " He was a retired farmer and carpenter and a member of the Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church, Hillsboro. Survivors include: son, Nixon of Beckley; daughters, Mrs. Freda Hollandsworth of Hillsboro, Mrs. Lucille Arbogast of Mill Point, Mrs. Joyce Stanley of Martinsburg, Mrs. Helen Wilfong of Dunmore; half brother, Otis May of Wl~te Sulphur Springs; sister, Mrs. Oh're Ross of Rainelle; 10 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Services were held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday at the Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church with the Rev. Verlin Butcher and the Rev. David Rittenhouse officiating. 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Survivors include: three sons, Gary and Randy Moss, both of Roanoke, VA. and Tommy Moss of Richmond, VA. ; two daughters, Regina Perdue of Roanoke and Jan Smith of Richlands, VA. ; a stepson, James Kirk Jr. of Stafford; a stepdaughter, Melinda Jackson of Stafford with whom he made his home; two brothers, Robert Moss of Mount Hope and Paul Moss of North Fork, VA. ; a sister, Ruby Bostic of Charmco; six grandchild- ren and one great-grandchild. Services were held Friday at 1:00 p.m. in the Pentecostal Holiness Church at White Sulphur Springs with the Rev. Abner Parker officiating. Burial was in the Hillcrest Cemetery at White Sulphur Springs. The Shanklin Funeral Home in White Sulphur Springs was in charge of the arrangements. Bmer Richardson Perry RONCEVERTE- Lowell C. Rose, 99, of Ronceverte, formerly of Fort Spring died Saturday, June 20, 1987, in Shenandoah Manor Nursing Home in Ronceverte foliowing a long illness. Born July 12, 1887, at Paint Bank, he was the son of the late Hugh and Elizabeth Adams Rose. Mr. Rose was a lifelong resident of Fort Spring, a member of the Modern Woodmen of America and a member of the Mount Vernon United Methodist Church where he was a Sunday School superinten- dent. He was a 39-year employee of Acme and Frazier Limestone Quarries and a self-employed farmer. He was preceded in death by his wife, Pearl Ramsey Rose; and a son, James Henry Rose in 1976. Survivors include two daughters, Katherine Louise Christenson of Atowaha, TN., and Rachel Elizabeth Candell of St. Louis, MO.; a son, Thomas Rose of Beckley; 13 grandchildren, 29 great- grandchildren and five great-great- grandchildren. Services were held Tuesday at 2:00 in the Mount Vernon United Methodist Church with the Rev. Roy Gwinn officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Verna Hoke Tumor FORT SPRING -- Elmer Richard- son Perry, 73, of Fort Spring, died Saturday, June 20, 1987 at the Humana Hospital Greenbrier Valley in Fairlea following a long illness. Born Novem ber 20,1913, he was the son of the late Dr. Elmer M. and Mattie Curry Perry. Mr. Perry wasa member of the Shyrock Lodge 47 AF&AM of Ronceverte, the Knights Templar of Lewisburg and the Beni Kedem Shrine of Charleston. He was a lifelong resident of Fort Spring and a retired employee of the Acme Limestone Company at Fort Spring. Survivors include: a sister, Mrs. Harry (Evelyn) Smith of Houston, TX.; and three brothers, William Frank Perry of Hampton, VA., John M. Perry of Fort Spring with whom he made his home, and Robert M. Perry of Peterstown. Services were held Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. at the Longanacre Funeral Home in Fort Spring with the Rev. Roy Gwinn officiating. Burial was in the Mount Vernon Church Cemetery at Fort Spring. SECOND CREEK- Mrs. Verna Hoke Turner, 71, of Second Creek, formerly of White Sulphur Springs, died Saturday, June 20, 1987 at her home following a long illness. Born April 25, 1916, in White Sulphur Springs, she was the daughter of the late Alihue L. and Lillie Belle Feury Hoke. Mrs. Turner was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in White Sulphur Springs. Survivors include: a son, Johnnie A. Scott of White Sulphur Springs; a daughter= Veda Pickles of Second Creek; a brother, Lawrence Hoke of White Sulphur Springs; two sisters, Hilda Miller and Lola Webb, both of White Sulphur Springs; seven grandchildren and five great- grandchildren. Services were held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- Day Saints in White Sulphur Springs with Billy Webb officiating. Burial was in the Hillcrest Cemetery in White Sulphur Springs. The Shanklin Funeral Home in White Sulphur Springs was in charge of the arrangements. .O.U.'.N OMPANX. ,NO IINClE .I 1DIll ALVIN L. 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Mr. Kelley was a life the American Society Engineers, a member American the National Water Pol Control Federation and Virginia Society of Engineers~ He received a Warren Fuller award from Virginia Section of Waterworks Association. national office engineers and the Society, and was outstanding engineer by Virginia Society of Engineering in 1971. He was preceded in son, William D. Kelley in Survivors include: his Florence Brooks Kelley daughters, Marcia Ann Clyde, N.C., and Henderson of Win~ N.C.; a son, Donald Brooks! of Bala-Cynwyd, PA.; a Helen Kelley Stacy of grandchildren and 14 grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday at.2:00 at Catherine's Catholic Ronceverte with Father McSweeney, Father Mt O'Reilley and Father as celebrants. Burial was Greenbrier Memorial Lewisburg. Wallace and Wallace Home in Lewisburg was in of the arrangements. Emestino D. Waugh ALEXANDRIA, VA. - Waugh, 74, of Alexandria, i formerly of Marlinton, died 25, 1987 at Pocahontas Hospital in MarlintOn long illness. Born June 11, she was the daughter of Ernest O. Dill, Sr. and Dill. . She was a member of tl Methodist Church and homemaker. She was preceded in her husband, brothers and two sisters. Survivors include: one Rose E. Decker, three brothers, Ernest Dill Ravenswood, WV., Marvir Huntinton, WV., Oscar Dill, Florida; two sisters, Lightner, Cass, WV., and Gregg of Inkster, MI. Services were held 2:00 p.m. at the Van Funeral Home in the Rev. Robert officiating. Burial was Mountain View Cemete, Marlinton. Because Illness and the Demand for Medical Treatment are not Set by a Time Clock, We Have Made Medical Treatment Available to Meet Your Needs. 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