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In- trment was in the Arthurdale metery. EVEREI"r R. CALVERT iJEverett Ray Calvert, 79, of New Martinsville, died Friday, arch 5, 2010, at home. He was born January 15, 1931, |h Silver Hill, a son of the late ,Vance Ranlett and Anna Mae Carney Calvert. ;He was a meat salesman for Independent Dressed Beef Company in Morgantown, a U.S. Army veteran of the Ko- rean War and a Methodist by faith. He is survived by his wife, uth Ann Calvert; two sons, Rodney Calvert, of New Mar- nsville and Jeffrey Calvert Shadona Tennant), of Core; iwo daughters, Karen (Robert) Tennant, of Spraggs, PA and Su- san Diane Crigler (Tim Ash), of Kingwood; two sisters, Connie (Joe) Rowland, of Proctor and Francis (Ran) Burnside, of New Martinsville; a brother-in-law, Serbert Yoho, of Warren, OH, 10 grandchildren; seven great- grandchildren; three stepsons, Gary (Polly) Hayes and Eric ,(Estella) Hayes, both of Reader d Jeffrey (Cherri) Hayes, of Pine Grove; seven step-grand- Children; and several nieces and ephews. He was also preceded in death by his first wife, Helen Ruth Lemons Calvert; a daughter, lenda Calvert Taylor; a grand- I son; and a sister, Alvetta Yoho. Funeral services were held Tuesday, March 9, at Grisell Funeral Home and Crematory, with the Rev. Russell Whitener officiating. Interment was in Joliffe Cemetery, Silver Hill, where the Sistersville Com- bined Honor Guard conducted graveside military honors. BEATRICE V. KING Beatrice V. King, 86, of Bruce- ton Mills, died Sunday, Febru- ary 21,2010, in Henderson, NV. She was born March 19, 1923, in Mariana, PA, a daughter of the late Clark Jeffries and Ev- elyn Rehng Jeffries. She was a member of Hopewell Union Church, sing- ing in the choir, as well as the North Preston Senior Citizens Center. She is survived by her daugh- ter, Linda Schulte, and son-in- law, James, of Henderson; two grandchildren; five great-grand- children; brothers and spouses, Roger and Donna Jeffries, Ger- ald and Mary Jeffries and Skip and Sue Jeffries; a sister and spouse, Cheryl and John Robba; a sister-in-law, Izetta Jeffries; and many nieces and nephews. She was also preceded in death by her husband Harold King; her step-mother, Margaret Jef- fries; and two brothers, Richard and James Jeffries. The family will receive friends from 10-11 a.m., Saturday, March 20, at the Bruceton Mills United Methodist Church, where a memorial service will be held at 11 a.m., with the Rev. Vicki Sheppard officiat- ing. Interment will follow in St. Peter's Lutheran Church Cem- etery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hopewell Union Church, or your local favorite charity. JACELYN COTrRELL Jacelyn Amaree Bolyard Cot- trell, 33, of Bruceton Mills, died Thursday, March 4, 2010. She was born August 23, 1976, in Kingwood, a daughter of Lar- ry Wayne and Janis Arlene Zinn Bolyard. She was a 1994 graduate of the Tunnelton Christian Acad- emy and a 2003 graduate of the Morgantown Beauty College. She was currently employed through Pace Tech. She previ- ously worked at Lomackey's Home Monumental Works All Types of Monuments and Markers Vases & Cemetery Lettering 608 W. State Avenue, Terra Alta (304) 789-6053 Open by Appointment 0nly During the Winter. convenience store and the Hazelton rest area, She loved singing, music and drawing, also enjoyed making crafts and painting. She is survived by her two children, Logan Wayne Cot- trell and Mackenize Jade Cot- trell; four sisters and spouses, Chaelyn and David Casteel and Devyn and Kevin Hawthorne, all of Kingwood, Robin and Rusty Beavers, of Masontown and Christine and Jason Guy- ton, of New Salem PA, her "ex- tra" sister, Heather Gaston, of Pickerington OH; her grandfa- ther, Francis Hugh Bolyard, of Tunnelton, several nieces and nephews, Kerrigan Hawthorne, Key-A Hawthorne, Paige Bea- vers, Michael Chipps, Alex Chipps, Kaitlyn Chipps and Abby Guyton and her fianc Kenny Poling, of Newburg. She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Donnas Nelson and Hilda Em- maline (Morris) Zinn; her pa- ternal grandmother, Mary Kath- leen (McDaniel) Bolyard; an infant sister, Jana Larrette Bol- yard and an uncle, Francis Hugh Bolyard, Jr. A Mass of Christian Burial was conducted on Monday, March 8, in the St Sebastian Catholic Church with the Father Mark Ward as celebrant. Interment was in Shays Chapel Cemetery. Browning Funeral Home as- sisted the family with arrange- ments. FRANK HOCKENBERRY Frank P. Hockenberry, 83, of Wadestown, died Thursday, March 4, 2010, at home. He was born July 31, 1926, at Dallas, a son of the late Rev. J.F. Hockenberry and Eugenia R. Parker Hockenberry. He was retired from Consoli- dation Coal Company Blacks- ville No. 2 Mine. He served in the Armed Forces in the Phil- lipines during WWII and in the Air Force in England during the Korean War. He was a member of the Earl Kiger American Le- gion Post 120, of Hundred. He is survived by his wife, Dolores "Jeanie" Morris Hock- enberry; sons and Spouses, David and Debbie Hocken- berry, of Monongah, Michael Hockenberry, of Hundred, John and Kathy Hockenberry, of Wadestown and Tim and Mi- chele Hockenberry, of Core; daughters and spouses, Brenda and George Michael, of Blacks- ville, Kathy and Welsey Shee- han, of Farmington and Donna and Marion "Toge" Tennant of Wadestown; several grandchil- dren; four great-grandchildren; two brothers and spouse, Lloyd Hockenberry, of East Liverpool and Lyle and Dorothy Hock- enberry, of Gladesville; two sisters, Lois Hockenberry and Dorcas Hockenberry, both of Grafton; a niece; and a brother and sister-in-law, Mary Lou and Raymond Stiles, of Wana. He was also preceded in death by three brothers, Eugene, Jim and Robert; seven sisters, Eva, Mary, Lucille, Virginia, Martha, Ruby and Joyce; and a grand- son, Trent Tennant': There will be no funeral home services or visitation. He donat- ed his body to the WVU Human Gift Registry. Tennant Funeral Home as- sisted the family with arrange- ments. TONY A. LEE Tony A Lee, 42, of Newburg, died March 3, 2010 at Grafton City Hospital. He was born in Winchester, Va., son of Martha M Whitlock Lee, of Newburg and the late Albert "Bunk" Lee. He graduated from West Pres- ton High School Class of 1986. He previously worked at Costal Lumber and enjoyed riding his Harley Davidson Motorcycle. He is also survived by one son, Christopher T. Lee, of There were friends and family members who were able to be there, with a warm hug to give, a strong hand to hold, an open ear to listen, a happy memory to share. And others, though not present, did so much to show they care, with a beautiful note, a generous donation, a delicious meal, a lovely bouquet. Please know your kindness made this sad time easier to bear. Our family deeply appreciates all those who sent sympathy cards, donated'personal services, made donations, called with kind words, sent flowers, brought food and spent time with us during this most difficult time. A special thanks to all of the doctors, nurses and staff at Ruby Hospital for all of your and loving service to our mother. Thank you to the Brucaton Community Service and the Liberty Church of God, Pastor Jack Marry and Pastor rogg Moran. Your kind expression of sympathy is deeply appreciated and is gratefully acknowledged by the family of Lucy K. Liston. Life brings tears, smiles and memories; the tears dry, the smile fades, but the memories live on forever. lh hlldm d bq IC Pai List, nit Ray, |oui IJd Zandra m,r. beside the dam, Bruceton Mills 304-379-3203 ;%;. ': ...... .: :::: : ......... -: : :I ,BARBEC0000 RmS OR BAKED DIINI00I00 Potato & Salad Bar included: Beginning at 11 AM * $8.50 Add Potato & Salad Bar to any meal for only $2.95. Drinks extra. New Feature for Saturdays... Beginning March 20 $8.50 Simms us INto A BOAT Potato & Salad Bar included. in Room from 5-9 PM. meal $2.95, Drinks extra. David W. Hansford LUTCF Roger Cummings, Assoc. Agent 10i Chestnut St. 513 East Oak St. Parsons, WV 26287 Oakland, MD 21550 (304) 478-3641 (301) 334-3999 (800) 597-5147 (866) 208-5608 1202 East State St. Terra Alta, WV 26764 (304) 789-2491 (800)767-7191 Nationwide On Your Side Auto Home Life Business @ 2009 Nat Mutual Inuffance Comny and Kffrated C0reqn Natitmekle Lge Inme Comny. me : M Ohio 4321S-2220,Na6oraMde, the Natfotide Farmark an On Ycf ate lly regisred sewk frrks of Nationwide Mtrtoal Imurnce Com N availze a sta,Sulect to undezwing guiclnes, ,dew april. Newburg; two sisters, Tina M McKinney and husband Lar- ry, of Kingwood and Tammy A Rinard, of Winchester, Va; companion, Beth E Goodwin, of Newburg and her children; Brianna B Isner and Payton T Isner; several aunts, uncles, and cousins. He was also preceded in death by his paternal and maternal grandparents. Funeral services were held Sunday, March 7, at Bolyard Funeral Home, with Pastor Delbert Lyons officiating. Inter- ment was at Damon Cemetery. DOUGLAS F. KNOTrS Douglas "Doug" F. Knotts, 57, of Reedsville, died Friday March 5, 2010 at Preston Me- morial Hospital. He was born November 8, 1952, in Fairmont, a son of the late Walter and Betty Chapman Knottsl He enjoyed hunting and fish- ing and was a 1971 graduate of Masontown High School He is survived by his wife of 36 years, Regina Simmons Knotts; one daughter, Sherri Knotts, of Reedsville; two sis- ters, Connie Miller and hus- band Sonny, 'of Alabama and Barbara Mannings and husband James, of Florida; two brothers, Dale Knotts and wife Johnny, of Philippi, and Richard Knotts, of Mt. Olive; and two grand- sons. Friends may call from 4-8 p.m. today, Wednesday, March 10, at the Field Funeral Home in Masontown. Cremation will follow. Terra Affa news by Carol Burdick Totals noted According to Charles Trem- bly, Terra Alta's snow totals for the month of February were 139 inches and our total so far for the year 284 inches. That is almost 24 foot. Library news Frank and Barbara Ross have made a monetary donation to the library which was used to purchase large print novels con- sisting of mystery, western and Christian romance. There will be a knitting class beginning in May on Monday evenings at the library. Call for more information. CEOS, will begin their read- ing programs again in April. This will be the first and third Wednesday of each month. The first reading of this year will be held at 3:30 p.m. on April 21. Crafts will follow the story hour, when time permits. Savannaha Roberts has do- nated several of her books and pamphlets to the library for easy and young adult readers. Others donating have been Ally Evans, Pat and Doug Au- vii, Hildegard May, Jason Daw- son, Tim Fuller, Mary Bennett, Florence White, Jerry Pops, Elizabeth Sypolt and Dr. and Mrs. Steven White. The family of Thomas F. Koton deeply appreciated all those who sent cards, donated personal services, made donations, called, sent flowers, brought food or spent time with the family during this difficult time. A special thanks to Preston Memorial Hospital, Hospice Care, Craig Rotruck, Rotruck and Lobb Funeral Home, Rev. Ray Frankhouser, Christian Evangelical Church, Mary, and family and friends who gave expressions of sympathy and support during the illness and death of our loved one. Your thoughts and prayers were greatly appreciated. With mang thanhs, Tommg's mother and famil9.