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6A The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, September 6, 1988 Hazel Lucille Carr RAINELLE - Mrs. Hazel Lucille Carr, 70, of Rainelle, died Thursday, August 25, 1988 in Appalachian Regional Hospital, Beckley, after a long illness. She was a member of Guiding Light Baptist Church, Fort Gay. She was a former nursing assistant. Surviving: husband, Howard; daughters, Gloria Ann Simpson of Chattanooga, Tenn., Juanita Carol Hanson of Mlddlaburg, Va., Sharon Sue Welker of Strongsville, Ohio, Linda Mae McMullen of Wayne, Lila Jean Fleshman of King, N.C., Brenda Harris of Satellite Beach, Fla., Linda Kay Wells of Charmco; sons, Howard Jr. "Scottie" of Kanna- polls, N.C., Ronnie Justice of Vir- ginia Beach, Va.; sister, Virginia Hunt of Winter Haven, Fla; brother, Adam Conly of West Virginia; 19 grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Services were Sunday at Wal- lace-Wallace Funeral Home, Ralnelle, with the Rev. Clay Odell officiating. Burial was in Wallace Memorial Cemetery, Clintonville. Theirna Dixon Curry CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA. - Mrs. Thelma Dixon Curry, 83, of Crystal River, Fie., Formerly of White Sulphur Springs, died Wednesday, August 17, 1988, in Crystal River. Born May 19, 1905, in White Sulphur springs, she was the daugh- ter of the late John and Mary Dean Dixon. Mrs. Curry was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Crystal River. Survivors include: son, Donald R. Cary of Crystal River; brother, Den- mar Dixon of Iverness, Fla.; sister, Geraldine Morgan of Boca Raton, Fla.; three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, Graveside services were held Saturday at the Whitecoat Cemetery inWhite Sulphur Springs with the Rev. Ben Gurley officiating. Shanklin Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Lynn Cutllp HILLSBORO - Lynn Cutlip, 70, of HiUsboro, died Wednesday, August 31, 1988, at home after a short ill- ness. He was retired from the U.S. For- estry Service. He was a Presbyte- rian. Surviving: wife, Georgene Grimes Cutlip; stepson, Dwain Wilcox of Parkersburg; stepdaugh- ters, Marcelle Ryder of Marlinton, Patricia Kerns of Hillsboro; brother, John of Hunker, Pa.; sister, Ruth Clendenin of Hunker; six grandchil- dren; three great-grandchildren. Services were Saturday at VanReenen Funeral home, Marlin- ton, with the Rev. Clay MaCaulay of. ficiating. Burial was in Mountain View Cemetery. John Robert Falls III FAIRLEA - John Robeil Falls III, 17, of Falriea, died Tuesday, August 30, 1988, at home. He was an eight-year resident of Fairlea. He was a member of Gray- stone Baptist Church, Fairlea. He was a sophmore at Greenbrier East High School. Surviving: parents, John R. andNancy Terry Falls of Faidea; sis- ters, Kim and Missy, both at home; brothers, Kevin and Pat, both at home; paternal granparents John and Natoma Jeffries Falls of Ron- ceverte; maternal grandmother, Mrs. Luta Terry of Ronceverte; paternal great-grandmother, Mrs. Hattie Lipscomb of Ashland, Va.; maternal great-grandmother, Etta Terry of Alderson. Services were Saturday at Gray- stone Baptist Church, Fairlea, with the Rev. Stewart Farley and the Rev. Youel Altizer officiating. Burial was in Mount Vernon Cemetry, Fort Spring. Wallace-Wallace Funeral Home, Lewisburg, was in charge of ar- rangements. LIIIiam Farrar LEWISBURG Mrs. Lillian "Deedie" Farrar, 79, of Lewisburg, died Monday, August 29, 1988, at home after a long illness. She was a member of Lewisburg. United Methodist Church and the PEO. Surviving: husband, Edgar H. Farrar; sister, Mrs. J.B. Reynolds of Lewisburg. Graveside services were Wednesday in Rosewood Cemetery , Lewisburg, with the Rev. Homer Stewart officiating. Wallace.Wallace Funeral Home, Lewisburg, was in charge of ar- rangements. Anna Dortha Finley ii iiii!i ii!!i!!i !iii iiii iii i ii ii ! ; i iiiiiiii i ii iii i! iii iiiiiiii! !! i! !i iiiiiiiiiiii ii i!i!i! iiiiiiiiii i i iiii ii! iiii i!i i iiiii iiiiiii!i i!iiii!iiiiiiiiii!iiii iiiiii::ili !iiiii!iiiiii!iiiiii!iii::ii!i!iiiiii .......... i':ii!il Finley, 88, of Lewisburg, died Wednesday, August 31, 1988, in a White Sulphur Springs convalescent home after a long illness. She ws a 52-year resident of Le- wisburg. She was a member of Le- wisburg United Methodist Chruch and was a member of the Women of the Church. Surviving: husband, Paul L. Fin- ley; son, Don H. of Charleston, C. Franklin of Richmond, Va.; sister, Mrs. Margaret Eberly of Quaker City, Ohio; seven grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Services were Sunday at Lewis- burg United Methodist Church with the Rev. Homer Stewart officiating. Burial was in Rosewood Cemetery, Lewisburg. Robert Lee Grimmett, Sr. CRAB ORCHARD- Robert Lee Grimmett, Sr., 38, of Crab Orchard, died Saturday, August 24, 1988, at a local hospital after suffering an apparent heart attack. Born December 12, 1949 in Raleigh County he was the son of Margie Linville Plumley of Beckley and the late Bobby Hubert Grim- mett. Mr. Grimmett was a U.S. Army Veteran of the Vietman Conflict and was a member of the Disabled American Veterans. He was preceded in death by a son, Robed Lee Grimmett, Jr. Surviving: wife, Patricia Minter Grimmett; a son, Joseph Grimmett all at home; three daughters, Re- bekah, Angela and Mary Grimmett all at home; two brothers, Gary Grimmett of Fairfax Station, Va, and Carl Grimmett of Bud; a sister, Jean- ette Wykle of White Sulphur Springs; and step-father, Allen Plumley of Beckley. Services were Tuesday at the Rose and Quesenberry Peach Chapel with burial in the Sunset Memorial Park. Rose and Quesenberry Funeral Home was in charge of arrange- ments. Peter Herman Harry WAITEVILLE . Peter Herman Harry, 88, of Waiteville, died Mon- day, August 29, 1988, in a Pearls- LEWISBURG- Mrs. Anna Dortha burg, Va. hospital following a long ,. illness. Born July 2, 1900, in Oakvale, he was the son of the late George and Lois Spangler Harry. Mr. Harry was a retired farmer and attended the Holiness Church. He was preceded in death by his wife, Annie David Harry on January 1, 1982. Survivors include: sons, Herman and Lacy Harry, both of Waiteville, Otis, Wi~lard and Billy Harry, all of Pearisburg, Va., Arnold Harry of New Castle, Va., and Larry Harry of Narrows, Va.; daughters, Mrs. Bud Givens of Narrows, Mrs. Rufus Gau- tier of Covington, Va., Betty Bostic of Roanoke, Va., Mrs. Earl Miller of Conyers, Ga., and Mrs. John Lawson of Pearisburg; a brother, Boyd Harry of Princeton; a sister, Topsy Hollandsworth of Kelleysville;33 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Services were held Thursday in the New Zion Union Church at Waiteville. Burial was in the church cemetery. Broyles-McGuire Funeral Home in Union was in charge of the ar- angements. Santford Zachrlah Hankins RONCEVERTE Santford Zachriah Hankins, 77, of Roncev- erte, died Thursday, September 1, 1988, in Shenandoah Manor Nurs- ing Home, after a long illness. He was a retired farmer. He was a member of the Primitive Baptist Church, Trout. Surviving: son, Walter of Rupert; daughters, Helen Moore, Iris Kirby, both of Ronceverte, Barbara Deskins of Sinks Grove; 14 grand- children; 18 great-grandchildren. Services were Sunday at Lewis- burg United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Homer Stewart officiating. Burial was in Rosewood Cemetery, Lewisburg. Kenneth Elden O'Ferrell UNION Kenneth Elden O'Ferrell, 62, of Union, died Sunday, August 28, 1988, at home after a long illness. He was retired from General Mo- tors Corp, Sandusky, Ohio. He was a member of Union Memorial Baptist Church and was a Veteran of World War II. Surviving: wife, Ruby Weikle Davis O'Ferrell; stepdaughters, Wanda Woyteck and Helen Hookey, both of Cleveland, Ohio, Mary Uland of Sandusky, Ohio, Kim Davis of Union; brother, Frank of Pearls- burg, Va.; sisters, Ann Moore of Sa- lem, Va., Dot Lessiter of Richmond, Va; several step-grandchildren. Services were Wednesday at Un- ion Memorial Baptist Church with the Rev. Ron Miller officiating. Burial was in Green Hill Cemetery, with military graveside rites. Broyles-McGuire Funeral Home, Union, was in charge of arrange- ments. Okay Homer Sanford RAINELLE - Okey Homer San- ford, Sr. 87, of Rainelle, died of natural causes Saturday, August 27, 1988, at an Ashland Ky., hospital following a long illness. Born March 17, 1901 in Springdale he was the son of the late John and Lucy Hickman San- ford. Mr. Sanford was retired from C&O Railroad where he worked for 43 years, member of the First Bap- tist Church of Rainelle, member of the Lions Club, Chamber of Com- merce, Rainelle Golf Club, Red Cross Blood Drive,writer for a news- paper and a member of the Senior Citizens. Survivors: wife, Lectie Tincher; three daughters, Margie S. Miller of Gathersburg, MD., Gaythel S. Rob- bins of Annapolis, MD., and Geneva S. Hughart cf Indianapolic, Ind.; son, Dr. Okey Sanford, Jr. of Ashland, Ky.; two sisters, Doyle Smith of Hines and Della Gillespie of Lewis- burg; 13 grandchildren; 17 great- grandchildren. Services were Tuesday at the First Baptist Chruch of Rainelle with Rev. Bill messer officiating. Entomb- ment will be in Wallace Memorial Mausoleum. Wallace-Wallace Funeral Home, Rainelle, was in charge of arrange- ments. Glen (Sned) Snedegar WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS - Slen (Sned) Snedegar, 72, of White Sulphur Springs, died Friday, Au- gust 26, 1988, in his home following an apparent heart attack. Born October 10, 1915, in Friars Hill, he was the son of the late Elbert and Maysie Hinkle Snedegar. Mr. Snedegar was a retired me- chanic. Surviving: wife, two son.~. Earl Lee California and Carl Alderson; daughter, dry of Felton, Del.; daughters, Donna cevede and Thetma Hill; sister, Lucille burg; brother, O.E. Rainelle; 10 g Services were Jack K. Wallace Chapel in Lewisburg Leroy Cr~ the McMillion Church Friars Hill. William Arthur Short UNION - William 85, of Union, died 26, 1988, in a Fairlea lowing a long illness. Born August 11, 1 he was the son of the Thomas and Louise Mr.Shod was a Monroe Lodge No. 77 Plumbers and 491 of Roanoke, VA., rial Baptist Church U.S. Army in 1924 pipefitter. He was preceded in four brothers, Carl, Harry and Cecil Shod. Surviving: wife, Shod; three sons, Chattanooga, Tenn., Clarksville, MD., and St. Augustine, FLA.; ters, Frances Nickell Mount, VA., Norma Hileah, FLA, and Mrs. Browning of Pineville; James P. Short of Lady three sisters, France Huntington, Mrs. Beulah Elizabethan, Tenn. and dock of Minden; 12 two great-grandchildren. Services were Broyles-McGuire Union with the Rev.LerOY ciating. Burial was in Cemetery at Union. Beatrice Kershnor MIAMI, FLA.- Volk, 82, died at her August 12, 1988 Born December Frankford, she was a the late Charlie and Surviving: nieces and Velma Brackenrich Marvin Bowes all of Memorial gust 16, at Trinity Florida. 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