Kevin Wayne Bowling
Kevin Wayne Bowling, 36, of Hiawatha, died Thursday, October 6, 2021 in Charleston Area Medical Center. Born May 28, 1985 in Bluefield, he was the son of the late Lewis Daniel Bowling and Kathy Ann Browning Bowling. Kevin was an interior decorator and enjoyed working in houses. He enjoyed listening...
Brenda Webb, 66 of Wharton, West Virginia, departed this life on Monday, October 11, 2021 at her residence. She was born December 14, 1954 in Prestonburg, Kentucky the daughter of the late Robert and Edmona Ray. Including her parents she is preceded in death by one son; Jack Anthony Webb,...
Roy E. Miller
Roy E. Miller, 83, of Dry Creek, West Virginia was born on July 21st, 1938, at Edwight, West Virginia. He was the son of the late Claude and Lena McCallister Miller. Roy departed this life on Saturday, October 9th, 2021. A retired coal miner, he was a member of the UMWA and served honorably in the US Army.
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EVERETT "ERSEL" DICKERSON of Elkview, W.Va., formerly of Man, W.Va., died Friday, October 8, 2021, at CAMC Hospice after a short illness. He passed away peacefully surrounded by his family. He was born on August 12, 1940, in Accoville, W.Va., the son of the late Charley Ersel Dickerson and Geneva Lee Milligan Dickerson. Ersel was a 1959 graduate of Man High School. He entered the Army that same year and served in the 82nd Airborne Division until 1962. He was awarded the Parachutist Badge. Ersel was a member of the Man Church of God where he attended faithfully until he moved to Elkview, W.Va., in 2010. Ersel continued to support his home church throughout his lifetime. In addition to his parents, Ersel was preceded in death by his brothers, Charles Edward Dickerson and James Oather Dickerson. Survivors include his wife of 42 years, Vicky Dickerson; daughters, Erica Dickerson of Charleston, W.Va., Crystal Dickerson Imes of Man, W.Va.; son, Mark Dickerson of Man, W.Va.; granddaughters, Cassandra Imes and Faith Imes both of Man, W.Va.; brother, Bill J. Dickerson of Davin, W.Va.; sister, Mary Ellen Blevins of Blanchester, Ohio; brother, Tom (Sheila) Dickerson of Lundale, W.Va.; sister, Sue Vance of Lundale, W.Va.; and brother, Jerry "David" Dickerson of Warrenton, Virginia. In accordance with Ersel's wishes, his body will be cremated. There will be no memorial services at this time. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to any veterans organization of your choice or to The Salvation Army, which Ersel supported faithfully. Memories of Ersel may be shared by visiting www.snodgrassfuneral.com and selecting the obituary. Arrangements are in care of Snodgrass Funeral Home, South Charleston, W.Va.
Timothy D. Hatcher
Timothy D. Hatcher, 69 of Elyria, passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family on October 11, 2021 at Genesis Hospital in Zanesville. Tim was born in Beckley, West Virginia on May 23, 1952. He was an avid fan of the Cleveland Browns and Cleveland Indians. He enjoyed traveling, playing horseshoes, cornhole, and cards. He also enjoyed shooting pool with all of his daughters and grandchildren, whom he taught how to play. The most important thing to him was spending time with his family. He had a great sense of humor and was the “go to” handyman. He was always there when he was needed. He was a very devoted and loving father and grandfather who will be greatly missed and forever remembered.
Mary Jospehine Brown
Mary Jospehine Brown, 81, of South Charleston, went home to be with the Lord Monday, October 11, 2021, at home. She was preceded in death by her husbands, Charles Pauley and Larry Carrier; parents, Dennis & Sylvia Brown; stepdad, Don Webb; brother, Herky Brown; and son-in-law, Bob Boesch. Mary was...
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Gregory Lane VanDerHorn
Gregory Lane VanDerHorn, 63 of Beckley went to be with the Lord on October 9, 2021. He was the son of the late Robert and Marion (Green) VanDerHorn. Greg is preceded in death by his parents Robert and Marion. He leaves behind to cherish his memory his loving wife of 35 years, Denise VanDerHorn; daughter Anna McCormick and son Spencer VanDerHorn; step-children Clint Pinckert and his wife Chris and Christie Mahaffey and her husband Eric; grandchildren Cassidy Myers, Brennan McCormick, Bryonna Thompson, Keirren Thompson, Kinsley Mahaffey, Sydney Rhodes-Pinckert, William Mahaffey, and Lauren Mahaffey; brother Robert VanDerHorn and his wife Dolly; and many extended family and friends who will miss him.
Barbara Biggs Auerbach
Barbara Biggs Auerbach, age 84, of Winter Park, Florida died on October 7, 2021, at Orlando Regional Medical Center. She was born on January 30, 1937, in Beckley, West Virginia. She was predeceased by her parents, Earl Harry Biggs and Leona Garges Biggs. She was also predeceased by her sisters, Theresa Biggs Resler and Mary Agnes Biggs. She is survived by her sister, Martha Ann Biggs Delekta.
Barbara Jean Peterson
Barbara Jean Peterson, age 80, of Belva, WV, passed away peacefully while at Bowers Hospice House, Beckley, WV, on October 7, 2021. Born March 3, 1941, in Dothan, WV, she was the daughter of the late Emmitt Elbert “Burt” and Frances Lorene Lively Painter. Barbara was a devoted mother and...
Charlie Lee McCune, Sr.
Charlie Lee McCune, Sr., 80, of Lookout, WV went home to be with the Lord on Wednesday, October 06, 2021. Born March 09, 1941 in Clifftop, WV, he was the son of the late William Henry and Virginia Mae Estep McCune. Charlie loved his family more than anything and made...
Ivan Derek "Ogre" Hanson
IVAN DEREK "OGRE" HANSON, 50, of St. Albans, passed October 11, 2021 after a short illness. He was preceded in death by his father Richard. He is survived by his children, Nikka and Tristen, mother, Carolyn and brothers, Dane, Darren, and Frank. Celebration of Ivan's life will be 7 p.m.,...
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Sandra Ann Holley
SANDRA ANN HOLLEY, age 61, passed away on Saturday, October 9, 2021 at her home in Sissonville, West Virginia. Sandy was born on July 5, 1960, in Cleveland, Ohio to parents Dale and Shirley Yearick. Sandy was happily married to her husband Mike Holley, who was her partner in life for 20 years at the time of her passing. She worked as an accountant for Klaus Meter & Pump, the company that she owned and operated with her husband for 20 years.
Timothy "Jim" John Shaffer
TIMOTHY "JIM" JOHN SHAFFER, 63, of Clendenin passed away on Saturday, October 9, 2021 at his home. Jim was a graduate of Herbert Hoover High School, he loved his family and spending time with them, he was a resident of Clendenin and loved the community. He was known as the candy man by the town kids.
Lear Willis Griffin Jr.
Lear Willis Griffin Jr. of Valley View, WV departed this life to be with our Heavenly Father on Saturday, October 9th, 2021 at Charleston Area Medical Center, General Division following a brief illness. He was born on August 4, 1942 to his parents Lear Willis Griffin Sr., and Loral M. West Griffin in Whitman, WV.
Connie Sue Mills Chapman
Connie Sue Mills Chapman, 74, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, October 12, 2021 surrounded by her family after injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Connie was born on February 5, 1947 at Gentrytown, Fayette County, West Virginia, a daughter of the late William Cornelius and Willie Virginia Goins Mills.
Shawn Michael Foster
SHAWN MICHAEL FOSTER, passed away on October 7, 2021, in Charleston, WV. Shawn enjoyed hunting, fishing, and riding four wheelers. He would help anyone who needed assistance. He is preceded in death by his grandfather, Dale Foster, and cousin, Chad Foster. Shawn is survived by his mother, Vickie Foster, and...
Nancy Leigh Nichols
NANCY LEIGH NICHOLS of Charleston, WV went to walk with our Lord and Savior on October 10, 2021. Nancy was born to Mildred and Seven on February 3, 1935. She attended Garnet Nursing School and UID Secretarial School. Her greatest joys came from her beautiful family. Nancy was preceded in death by her husband, Whimp Nichols; daughter, Terri Kay Nichols; and son, Scott Dale Nichols.
Billy James Cline
BILLY JAMES CLINE, 74, of Elkview, WV Passed away Sunday at home. Born in Charleston, he was the son of the late Home L. and Mona Thaxton Cline. He was a retired accountant. He is survived by his wife Paula Rogers Cline, one daughter Amanda G and Husband Joe White of Barboursville, WV, and one very special grandson Alex.
Sherri Lynn (Creisher) Pritt
SHERRI LYNN (CREISHER) PRITT, 59 of Sissonville passed away, Sunday October 10, 2021. She was born on August 10, 1962 to Dale Creisher and Rosemarie Ryan Payne. Along with her parents, Sherri is survived by her companion and caregiver, Scott Blackwell of Sissonville; daughter, Amber Pritt of Tornado; son, Travis Pritt of Cross Lanes; two grandchildren, Trenton and Miley; stepmother, Glenna Creisher; her furbaby, Brandi; stepsiblings, nieces and nephews.
Jill Ellen Topp
JILL ELLEN TOPP, 64 of Kanawha City, formerly of Marmet, passed away October 11, 2021. Jill was retired from CAMC and a graduate of East Bank High School and WV Tech. She is survived by her husband of 35 years, Mr. Bob Topp and two sisters Barbara Sowards of Huntington and Gail Flint of Marmet.
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She was born December 30, 1944 in New Martinsville, WV, the daughter of the late John and Mildred (Blake) McCoy.
She was a retired Rural Letter Carrier of 30 years for the U.S. Postal Service; a member of St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, lifetime member of NRA, National Rural Letter Carriers Association, and WV Rural Letter Carriers Association. She was an avid hunter, beloved wife and the world’s greatest mom. She loved crocheting, quilting and watching old cowboy shows.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by three sisters, Patty Jane McCoy, Peggy Jo Eller and Barbara Stoneking; a granddaughter, Ashley Anne Montgomery and beloved dog, Smurfy.
Survivors include her husband of 44 years, James Montgomery; two sons, Jeff Montgomery of New Martinsville, WV and Daniel (Barbara) Montgomery of Paden City, WV; two daughters, Cindy (Gale) Merckle of Sardis, OH and Jaime (Dave) Butler of Belmont, OH; sister Dorothy Sole of FL and five grandchildren; Jesse (Laine Fankhauser) Merckle, Dusty (Hannah) Butler, Miranda “Spud” Montgomery, Emilie Butler, and Jerrid Yeater; two great grand- children, Nicole Thibodeau and Dalton “Buttons” Larmar.
Family will receive friends Friday from 2-4 & 6-8 p.m. at Grisell Funeral Home & Crematory 751 Third St. New Martinsville where services will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. with Msgr Kevin Quirk officiating.
Private services will be held at the convenience of the family.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Wounded Warriors Project P.O. Box 758517 Topeka, KS 66675-8517, American Liver Foundation P.O. Box 299 West Orange, NJ 07052; liver foundation.org. or Robert “Mike” Allman Scholarship c/o Stephanie Adams P.O. Box 4423 Clarksburg, WV 26302.
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