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6A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 8, 1990 Frances Sue Bostic White Sulphur Springs .-- Mrs Frances Sue Bostie, 80, cticd October 30, 1990, in a l:airlca hospital, tbl- lowing a long illness, Born April 21, 1910, at Wolf Creek, she was the daughter of the law Frank Camden and Mary Correll Jones. Mrs Bostic was a member of the Trinily United Methodist Church at Wolf Creek, was a charter member of the VFW Auxiliary lit White Sulphur Springs and lhe American Associa- tion of Rctircd Persons. She was preceded in death by her husband, Vincent Carl ilostic iu 1974. Survivors include a daughter, llilda l.ce Miller of Cleveland, Ohio; a brother, John Jones of Sharon, Pennsylvania; three grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Serviees were ;it Shanklin Funeral ltome Chapel in White Sulphur Springs with Reverend Grahanl Robertson officiating. Burial was in Whateoat Cemetery at White Sulphur Springs. Visitation was at the funeral home. Denver R. Bragg Richwood -- l)enver R. Bmgg, 57, was dead on arrival, October 30, 1990, at a Riehwood medical center, following a short illness. Born March 18, 1933, at Richwood, he wlts the son of the late Slfirley and Verna Mac l tess Bragg. Mr Bragg was a lifelong resident of Rlehwood, a former employee of the Island Creek Coal Company at Craigsville, a member of the UMW and was a Korean Conflict veteran, Survivors include his wife, Rebecca Beaver 17tragg~: a son, Roger Bmgg of l.ewisburg; a brother, Ronald Bra~ of Fayettcville, North Carolina, and three sisters, lnez Cook ot Sum- mcrsvillc, l)orothy West of O~dcn. Utah and Carol Graczyk of RcadinG Pennsyb:ania. Sel%'iccs %vcrc tit SinlollS-(?Olclnan Funeral t lonw in Richw(xxl with Rcv- ercnd Calvin McCtllcbeon ot]ichllillg, Burial was in Russcll Cemetery at C ratgsville. :" Visilation was at ltic tuncrnl honw. Perry L, Hanson Clintonville -- PerD' L. lhmson, 90, dicd November 3, 199t), at his honK' following a self-inflicted j~llnsho{ wound, according to state police ill t~alincllc, Born Mareh 17, 1900, at Clinton- ville, he was the son of the laic Frank and Ftta Arbaugh lhmson. Mr tlanson was retired frorn the West Virginia l)cpartmcnt of lligh- ways and the Grecnbricr Center aim wlis a nxember of the James Chapel United Methodist Church at Clinton vilfe. Survivors include his wife, lxmt Aun lhiyslette l l;.lnson; two sons, Robert L. Itanson of Charleston and Curtis lhitxson fit home; a sister, Meda Pat- ter~m of Cliutonville and two grand- ehiMrcn Services were ;it Jack K. Wallace Fu neral I tonic in Ix'wisburg with Rever- ends Garland Groves and Slcrling Morgan officiating [lurial was in Walhice Memorial Celnetciy at Clin- tonvlllc. Visitation was at the funeral honK'. Irene W. King White Sulphur Springs -- Mrs henc W. King. 78, died Oetober 30, 1990, in a Low Mtmr, Virginia hospital, lol- lowing a short illness. Born June 11, 1912, in Monroe County Mrs King was a men~ber of the Mt Olivet Baptist Church in White Sulphur Springs. Survivors include five daughtcrs, Margaret lloke of Connersvilfe, Indi- ana, Allenne llolcomb of Sinks Grove, Shirley Simndcrs of Balti- nlorc, Maryland, Pauline Wilson of AldcrsolI and Effie Wincbrillxrner of Pk!kaway; niue sons, William King of Wylie, Tcxas, Miner King of Laurel, Indiana, Eric King of Lcwisbur~, Robert King of Rouccvcrte, Billy King of Alderson and l lcnry and Stevcn King, both of [ttxa, Alabama and Gene and Paul KinK, both of White Sulphur Springs; a sister IAllian But+ ler of lhlnlpton, Virginia; 65 grand- chiMrcn and 37 great-grandchildren. Services were at Wallace and Wallace Funeral l|omc In Roneeverte with Ihothcr Tom IAvcly oflk'iatlng. Burial was in I lighhmd Park Cemetery in Monroe County near Ronccvcrte. Visitation was at the funcrai home. Lafayette Wyatt Kirk White Sulphur Springs -- l~ffaycttc Wyatt Kirk, 73, died November 2, 1990, in a leairlca hospital following a king illness, Born Octohcr 7, 1917, in Grecnbrier County, he was the son of the late Lafayette lx'e and Victoria Corron Kirk. Mr Kirk was a member of the White Sulphur Springs Baptist Church, a World War II veteran, a retired em- ploycc of l]urlington Industries and wits a former member and past gov- ernor of the Moose. Survivors include his wilZ', Irene {Jimmie) Itensley Kirk; two sons, Miekey Kirk at home and Dewey Kirk of Covington, Virginia; a daughter, Tennant Gravitt of Battle Creek, Michigan; three brothers. Emmet; Kirk of Michigan City, hwliana, Joe Kirk of Roneeverte and James Kirk of I~#t)M f (;ENTER HOME DECOBakTING CENTER ASSORTED BATH VANITIES ffoplncluded) 8II IB 209 W. Washington Street Lewisburg, W.Va. 2z'- Monday thru. Saturday 8 am to 5 pm Conncaut, Ohio; two sisters, Marga- ret tlofer and l,eoiia (Pet;el Mathcney, both of White Sulphur Springs; four grandchildrcn and onc great-grandchild. Services w~re at Shanklin Funeral ltome Chapel in White Sulphur Springs with Reverend Kendall liar- ton officiating. Burial was in Green- brier Memorial Gardens at l.ewis burg. Daniel Lawrence McGuire Leewood -- l)anicl Lawrence McGuire, 65, died Octobcr 31, 1990, in Bcckley VA Medical Center after a long illness. [ Ie was a Protestant, a native of Wcst Virginia and formerly of Farnwillc, Virginia. l lc was a Na~v veteran ol World War [I and a nwmber of Ma- souic lx)dge 109. l lc was rclircd su- perintendent for Matric(:ini Cou struetion Co., I~altilnorc, with 20 years service. Survivors include his wifc, Phyllis J. McGuire; daughters, Andrea Weiss and I)cbra Spcncc, both of Balti- nxore, Panx Thompson of Kanawha City; brothers, John M. of Cincin- nati, Don and Dexter, both of Alder- son, Patrick of Salem, Oregon; sister, Patricia Whitee of Carbon; five grandchildren. Services wcrc at MontgomeW Memo- rial Mausoleum, london, with Chap- lain Ted E. Edwards officiating. In lieu of flowers the family suggested donations to VA Medical Center, Beeklcy. Arrangements wcrc made by Pryor Funeral l lome, East Bank. Tod E. McQuaid Lewisburg- Tod E McQuaid. 35, was killed on October 6, 1990. tic was bona October 21, 1954 in Pitts- burgh, l'ennsylvania and was a for- mer resident of Aspinwall, Pennsyl- vania, l lc graduated from Jonathan I)ayton t ligh School in Springfield, New Jersey and attended Finery Riddle Aeronautical University in l)aytona Beach, Florida. t le lived in bcwisburg since 1983. t lc was thc founder and co-owner of TEMAC Alarm Company in Lewis- burg. tits company sold and in- stalled alarm systems for business and residential use. l le was a member of the lx'wisburg Rotary; past president of the lx'wis- burg Volunteer Fire Company; past president of the National Alarm As- sociation, West Virginia Chapter; and a charter member and past president of the Men of Greenbrier {a barbershop harmony association). lie is survived by two daughters, Elizabeth Anna and tleathcr Rose MeQuaid of Springfield, New Jersey: parents, E. Roger and Janet Bailey McQuakt of Springfield, New Jersey: one brother, Jeffrey R. McQuaid of Wexford, Pennsylvania; grandpar- ents, Edwin 11. and Anna Fisher McQuaid of Aspinwall, Pennsylvania and t larrict [tailey of f~lawno, Penn- sylwmia. A memorial service was held Novem- ber lO ;it Canmgie Music llalt in I::- wisburg. COMPANY Susan I~nora Nkumann Fairlea -- Mrs Susan lxmora Nau- manu, 92, formerly of South Char- lcston, died October 31, 1990, in Grccnbricr Manor Nursing florae, Fairlca, ;)tier a long illucss. She was a homcmakcr and member of St. Tinxothy Luthcrarl Church, South Charfeston. Surviving: five grandchildreri and 16 great-grandchildren. Serviecs wcrc at St. Timolhy Lu- theran Church with Reverend Rich- ard Mahan officiating. Burial was in Sunset Memorial Park, South Char- leston. Visitation was at Snodgrass Funeral l lomc, South Charleston. Eta Deitz Reynolds Lewisburg -- Mrs Eta I)eitz Rcy- noMs, 87, died October 30, 1990, at a Fairlca care center, following a long illness. Born May 20, 1903, lit Williamsburg, she was the daughter of the late J. Watts and Minnie Williams I)eilz. Mrs Reynolds was a member of the Ix'wisburg Unilcd Methodist Church and the Order of the Eastern Star. Surviw)rs include a daughter, Patty Worthington of Pleasant tlills, Cali- lbrnia; a son, Jackson t]. Reynolds Jr of Lebanon, Ohio; five grandchil- dren and two great-grandchildren. Memorial services were at Wallace and Wallace Chapel in Lewisburg with Reverend l lomcr Stewart offici- ating. The family received friends at the fu- neral home immediately after the memorial service. A private interment lollowcd at Rose- wood Cemetery. Clara V. Rose Kirkland, Ohio -- Mrs Clara V. Rose, 76, died October 29, 1990, at her home, following a short illness. Born December 28, 1913, at Bluc Sulphur Springs, she was the daughter of the late James and Net- tic Butler Bryant. Mrs Rose was a factory worker for Glastic Incorporated Plastic Com- pany in Clove'land, Ohio Survivors int.'lude ii son, I)arrcl Cadlc of Freedom Township, Ohio; three sisters, Jcssic Williams of Ron- eevcrte, Maeil Law of Mitlboro, Vir- ginia and Bertha McWhertcr of Co- lumbus, Ohio; three brothers, Fred Bryant of Anniston, Alabanla, Roy Bryant of Columbus and Curtis Bryant of Cleveland, Ohio: seven grandehiklrcn and four great-grand- children. Gravesidc services were at Wallace Memorial Mausoleum in Clintonville with Reverend Ix'roy Crane officiat- iUg, Visitation was at the mauso- leum.. Arrangements wcrc made by Wallace and Wallace Funeral florae in [~dncl]e. Mary Jane Robinson Lewisburg -- Mrs Mary Jane Robin- son, 72, died October 28, 1990, in a Roanoke, Virginia hospital, following a long illncss, Born June lO, 1918, at Ridlcy Park, l'cnnsyh, ania. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Suc Lyall ltedstrom. Survivors include a son, Roger Robinson of Ridlcy Park; a daughter, Barbara Shattucks of Greenville; 10 grandchildren, and five great-grand- children. Services were at Jack K. neral I Iome in I-ewisbur end I.~lrry Dean was in Roscwood burg. Visitation was at the James Floyd Siers Aldcrson -- James died November 2, 1990, care center, following a Born May 14, 1940, County, hc was the son William and Martha Mr Sicrs was Alderson community, member of the Johnson United Methodist Church GO n. lie was preceded in dcathi ter, MiLxine Bowyer, and ers Clark and I~lymond Survivors include a sister, skinc of Marlinton and two Elmer Stets of Wabash, Amos Sicrs. Services were at the I.o~ neral tlome in Fort S ercnd Rick Curtis was in the Fletcher son Cemetery. Ralph L. Trout Hinton -- Ralph L. died November 4, 1990, at following a long illness. Born March 29, 1919, at he was the son of the len and/.ella Maude Mr Trout had lived llinton, was a retired the CSX Corporation, years service, was a Brotherhood of neers, and a Survivors include three Trout of Charlotte, Nortl I)avid Trout and Ralph both of ttinton; three Dorothy Keeny of Trout and Di Charlotte, North Daisy Neal ofAlderson; 1~ dren and a Arrangements were Meadows Funeral ttomC ill In In Memory In loving Clingman who vember 5, 1987. Three years have gone, since the one well was taken fro~ on earth, with the The flowers we grave may wither and the love for him who l neath, shall never fade No one knows how miss him, no one much he is in our ery passing day. Life. be the same. Sadly missed by rys ler Plymout h- Dodge Marlinton Motor Sales Inc. 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