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The West Virginia Department of Agriculture recognized the best in agritourism marketing efforts over the past year during the 2013 Small Farm Conference at Waterfront Place Hotel in Morgantown February 28.

“Marketing is a key component of a successful agritourism operation,” said Commissioner of Agriculture Walt Helmick. “Each year, these awards recognize the best in marketing and promotions, and encourage others to improve their communications programs.”

This year’s winners are:

Best brochure for an agritourism attraction or event:

•  The Wild Ramp, Huntington

•  Clay County Golden Delicious Festival, Clay

•  West Virginia Miniature Horse Championships, Reedsville

Best rack card for an agritourism attraction or event:

•  Daniel Vineyards, Crab Orchard

•  Gobblers Ridge Lodge Bed and Breakfast, Linn

•  Bloomery Plantation, Charles Town

Best website for an agritourism attraction or event:

•  Cider Mill House Bed and Breakfast, Berkeley Springs

•  Clay County Golden Delicious Festival, Clay

•  West Virginia Strawberry Festival, Buckhannon

Best brochure or rack card for a fair or festival:

•  West Virginia Strawberry Festival, Buckhannon

•  West Virginia State Honey Festival, Parkersburg

•  West Virginia Miniature Horse Championship, Reedsville

Best brochure or rack card for a farmers’ market, roadside stand or CSA:

•  Church View Farm, Romney

•  Parkersburg Farmers’ Market, Parkersburg

•  Butler’s Farm Market, Martinsburg

Best website for a farmers market, roadside stand or CSA:

•  Clay County Farmers’ Market, Clay

•  Morgantown Farmers’ Market, Morgantown

•  Parkersburg Farmers’ Market, Parkersburg

Best photo depicting West Virginia agritourism:

•  Clay County Golden Delicious Festival, Clay

•  Smoke Hole Outfitters, Seneca Rocks

•  Stone Road Vineyards, Elizabeth

Missing Bluetick Coon Dogs in Ellis Road/Linn Area

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We have two missing Bluetick Coon Dogs that have been missing since February 24, 2013 from Ellis Road/Linn Area.

If anyone has any information about them, please contact us at 304.462.4767.

Gilmer County Students Named to GSC Honor Rolls – Fall 2012

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Glenville State College has announced the names of GSC students who attained the President’s Honor Roll and the Provost’s Honor Roll for the Fall 2012 semester.

Gilmer County Students who were named to the GSC President’s Honor Roll are:

•  Dianna Allegretti of Glenville

•  Ryan M. Bennett of Glenville

•  Ezekiel G. Bonnett of Cox’s Mills

•  Heather Coleman of Glenville

•  Kevin D. Drake of Glenville

•  Olivia F. Ferrell of Glenville

•  Sadie Golliher of Glenville

•  Molly P. Hicks of Glenville

•  Debra K. Huffman of Linn

•  Tiffany M. Hulse of Cox’s Mills

•  Camden L. Kinder of Glenville

•  Andrea B. Minigh of Glenville

•  Jacqueline K. Moore of Glenville

•  Devin W. Riffle of Troy

•  Garrett J. Rinehart of Glenville

•  Jamie L. Schindel of Glenville

•  Elora D. Shock of Glenville

•  LeRon K. Smith of Glenville

•  Annetta L. Snyder of Burnsville

•  Valeri Sprouse of Glenville

•  Gregory T. Steele of Burnsville

•  Timothy A. Swiger of Linn

•  Jenny N. Wolfe of Glenville

•  Ashley D. Woodford of Cox’s Mills

•  Robert L. Woods of Glenville

To be named to the GSC President’s Honor Roll, a student must have a 4.0 grade point average.

Students from Gilmer County who were named to the GSC Provost’s Honor Roll are:

•  Rebecca S. Baldwin of Glenville

•  Mary Catherine Butcher of Glenville

•  Michelle D. Cottrill of Glenville

•  Linville F. Couch of Glenville

•  Amanda L. Davis of Glenville

•  Nicholas E. Dent of Glenville

•  Mary Ann Alexis L. Escarda of Glenville

•  Aaron Frymier of Glenville

•  Kelly M. King of Glenville

•  Jazzmin L. Langman of Glenville

•  Ginny L. Mills of Glenville

•  Sarah M. Normant of Glenville

•  Andrea E. Osborne of Glenville

•  Jodie L. Parsons of Normantown

•  Adrian D. Patterson of Glenville

•  Casey D. Pritt of Glenville

•  Joshua A. Ramsey of Glenville

•  Nicole C. Riffle of Linn

•  Wayne J. Roberts of Normantown

•  Tiffany A. Tomey of Linn

•  Latasha R. White of Sand Fork

•  Asa C. Witte of Cox’s Mills

•  Jacob N. Wolfe of Glenville

To be named to the GSC Provost’s Honor Roll, a student must have a grade point average of 3.5 to 3.99.

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Massachusetts Woman Sentenced for Traveling to WV to Have Sex with a Minor from Linn Area

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CARISSA HADS, age 25, of Quincy, Massachusetts, was sentenced on January 29, 2013, in United States District Court in Clarksburg by Judge Irene M. Keeley.

HADS was sentenced to 87 months imprisonment to be followed by lifetime supervision.

HADS entered a plea of guilty on October 10, 2012, to “Traveling in Interstate Commerce with the Intent to Engage in Illicit Sexual Conduct” on February 23, 2012, when HADS traveled from Massachusetts to North Central West Virginia to have sex with a minor from Linn, WV.

Court documents indicate that HADS posed as an 18-year old man on a social media website and also took steps to change her appearance in order to deceive the victim as to her true identity.

HADS met the alleged victim online in 2010 and the two communicated for over a year before the first in-person meeting took place.

HADS traveled at least three times from Massachusetts to visit the alleged victim, and was arrested at the Pittsburgh International Airport by F.B.I. agents on May 25, 2012, on one of her visits to the area.

As part of her plea, HADS agreed to the forfeiture of the computer and electronic equipment seized from her and her residence.

HADS was remanded to the custody of the United States Marshal pending designation to a
Federal institution.

The case was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Shawn A. Morgan, Chief of the Criminal Division for the U.S. Attorney’s Office and investigated by the West Virginia Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Haymon Cottrill

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Haymon Cottrill

Age 75 of Sliding Run Road, Stouts Mill, West Virginia, departed this life at 8:43 PM Saturday January 19, 2013 in Ruby Memorial Hospital, Morgantown, West Virginia follow a brief illness.

Born November 29, 1937 in Gilmer County, West Virginia, son of the late Henry and Dottie Nicholas Cottrill.

Haymon was a member of the Sand Fork Church of God of Prophecy.

He enjoyed teaching younger generations how to survive, and before his health diminished he enjoyed hunting, turtle fishing, and gardening. Most of his working life was spent as a laborer and anyone that knew him knew he liked to work hard.

On October 03, 1990 he was united in marriage to Linda White Cottrill, who survives. Before they made their union official Haymon and Linda had been together since the early 1980’s.

Surviving are 2 sons and 2 daughters, David Cottrill and girlfriend Shannon of Stouts Mills, WV; Rose Craig and husband Freddy of Linn, WV; Rita Brown of Stouts Mills, WV; and James Jones and wife Pam of Glenville,  WV.

There are also 13 grandchildren,  14 great-grandchildren, 1 brother, Freddie Cottrill of Buckhannon, WV; and 1 sister, Hazel Walton of Buckhannon, WV,  surviving.

Along with his parents Haymon was preceded in death by 3 children Haymon Lynn Cottrill, Cheryl Miner, and John Jones. He was also preceded in death by 1 grandson, Robbie Cottrill, 1 infant grandson Frederick Craig, 1 infant great granddaughter Marissa Sumner, and 22 brothers and sisters.

Funeral Services will be conducted at the Ellyson Mortuary Inc. Glenville, West Virginia at 2:00 PM Sunday January 27, 2013 with Pastor Bryan Groves officiating.

Burial will follow in the Cottrill Cemetery on Sliding Run Road, Stouts Mills.

Friends may call from 4:00-8:00 PM Saturday at the mortuary.

Ellyson Mortuary Inc. is assisting the family of Haymon Cottrill with arrangements.

Russell E. Wiant

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Russell E. Wiant

Age 88 of Ellis Road, Linn (Gilmer County), West Virginia, departed this life at 7:00 PM, Friday, January 18, 2013, at Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital (Weston, West Virginia), following an extended illness.

He was born on September 15, 1924 in Gilmer County, WV and was the son of the late Rex F. and Dora Radcliff Wiant.

Russell worked in timber, coal mines, at the Louie Glass Factory, and retired from the WV Department of Highways. He loved CB radios and the friends he made on them, and also had a great passion for hunting and fishing. We all love Russell and will miss him deeply, we thank God for those years with us but look ahead to being in heaven some day with him.

Three daughters and one son survive: Linda Lue Tomey of Little Birch, West Virginia; Shelia Kay Wiant of Weston, West Virginia; Geraldine Lois Hershman of Linn, West Virginia; and Darrell Emmit Wiant and wife Joyce of Linn, West Virginia. 15 grandchildren also survive: Steve Wiant, John Wiant, Blaine Wiant, Chad Wiant, Chuck Sprouse, Scott Sprouse, BJ Sprouse, Anthony Wiant, Lillie Wiant, Scottie Queen, Brandon Queen, Nicole Queen, Brittany Wiant, Bryon Wiant, and Joey Wiant.

Along with his parents, Russell was preceded in death by two sons, Larry Gene Wiant and Russell Emmit Wiant, Jr., one grandson Terry Sprouse, three brothers, Donald, Rex, and Gene Wiant, and two sisters, Maxine McNair and Wanda Goff.

Funeral Services will be conducted at the Ellyson Mortuary Inc. in Glenville, West Virginia, at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, January 23, 2013 with Pastor Bryan Groves officiating.

Burial will follow in the Hiney Cemetery.

Friends may call from 5:00-8:00 PM on Tuesday at the mortuary.

Ellyson Mortuary Inc. is assisting the family of Russell E. Wiant with arrangements.

Bentley Michael Armstrong

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Danielle Brunecz and Anthony Armstrong of Glenville, WV announce the birth of their first child, a son, Bentley Michael Armstrong.

He was born Thursday, December 20, 2012 at the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital of Weston.

The little boy weighed 9-pounds, 12-ounces.

The mother is employed at Foodland and the father is employed at MEC construction.

Maternal grandparents are Benny and Lorrie McCure of Glenville, WV.

Paternal grandparents are Jerry Freeman and Mary Armstrong of Linn, WV.

G-Vine™: Heard It Through G-Vine – 12.31.12


Community talk heard through the G-Vine:

•  Is it true about the new school they want to build in the Linn area that they want natural gas and Garretts refusing to give them a right away so they might have to re-design everything and make the school all electric?

•  Was the site for the new school in Linn nothing but a swamp area and could this cause a lot of problems?


•  There is chatter about recent alleged sexual misconduct at the GCHS involving staff and students. Do you know if there is anything to it?

•  Since Mickey Metz is leaving the office there should be a settlement report due December 31, 2012. Should it not?

•  Commissioners Kennedy and Ramsey have failed to report the financial crisis and missing funds under Sheriff Metz’s role as the county treasurer? Why?

•  The last day of school before Christmas, an english teacher at GCHS caught students in the back of her classroom using marijuana and reported them to the principal. What is the deal with that?

•  It is horrible that examples of alleged misconduct at GCHS go unreported.  That failure is enabling the individuals who could care the least about decency. What it will take is a parent or another individual in the know to rise up to file a formal complaint about the sexual misconducts at school. Have any complaints been filed? If administrators know about problems and they fail to act it is my belief that they could be held accountable similar to what happened at Penn State.



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Greggory Zane Woodson

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Greggory Zane Woodson is the name chosen for a son born to Amber Hitt and Wayne Woodson Jr., of Linn, WV.

The little boy was born Wednesday, December 05, 2012 at the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital of Weston.

He weighed 6-pounds, 14-ounces and is the couple’s second child.

Sophie Marie Parker

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Sophie Marie Parker is the name chosen for a daughter born to Crystal Jolliff and Patrick Parker of Linn, WV.

She was born on Tuesday, November 06, 2012, at the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital of Weston and is the couple’s first child.

The little girl weighed 7-pounds, 10-ounces.

Maternal grandparents are Craig and Karen Jolliff of Gilmer County, WV.

Paternal grandparent is Lili Parker Johnson of Gilmer County, WV.

Virginia M. “Kit” Messenger

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Virginia M. “Kit” Messenger

Age 87, of Prestonsburg, KY, formerly of Linn (Gilmer County) departed this life at 5:05 AM Sunday, November 18, 2012 at the Riverview Health Care Center following an extended illness.

She was born August 02, 1925 in Tucker County, WV, a daughter of the late Howard Lee and Shada Wiseman Simmons.

Kit was a homemaker, loved crocheting, quilting, and especially camping with family and friends.

She was a member of the Oak Grove United Methodist Church at Baldwin, WV.

On May 23, 1942 she was united in marriage to Lester O. Messenger of Prestonsburg, KY.

One son and one daughter survive: John W. Messenger and wife Susan of Glenville and Linda M. Woofter and husband David of Eastpoint, KY. One brother, Ralph Simmons of Weston survives. Mrs. Messenger has nine grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren surviving.

She was preceded in death by one son, Gary Messenger and three brothers, Gloy, Robert and Elmer Simmons.

Funeral services will be conducted at the Ellyson Mortuary, Inc., at 11:00 AM, Wednesday, November 21, 2012 with Rev. Gilbert Hart officiating.

Burial will follow in the Troy I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Troy, WV.

Friends may call from 6:00-8:00 PM on Tuesday, at the Mortuary.

Ellyson Mortuary, Inc. is assisting the family of Virginia M. “Kit” Messenger with arrangements.

Buck Season 2012 Information and Facts

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»  The West Virginia firearm buck gun season is November 19 – December 01, 2012.

It is open in all counties except Logan, Mingo, McDowell and Wyoming.

»  Approximately 330,000 licensed hunters will be in West Virginia’s woods during this season.

»  Following is the list of wildlife checking stations in area counties:


•  Barely Used
7 South Lewis Street
Glenville 26351

•  Fred’s
10071 US Hwy 33 W
Normantown 25267

•  Mr. Clean’S Bow Shop
305 North Lewis Street
Glenville 26351

•  Robert’s Service Center
Route 65 Box 25-C
Glenville 26351

•  Sear’s Exxon
15441 US Highway 33 W
Stumptown 25280

•  Simmons Country Store
8013 WV Hwy 47 W
Cox’s Mills 26342

•  Somerville’s Exxon
Linn 26384


•  Argles Gun & Pawn
181 State Street
Gassaway 26624

•  Braxton Gun & Pawn
975 State Street
Gassaway 26624

•  Curry’s Convenience Store
431 Burnsville Road
Burnsville 26335

•  Ducky’s Place
PO Box 6
Heaters 26627

•  Kanawha Run Trading Post
725 Kanawha Run Road
Sutton 26601

•  Lakes Carry-Out
HC 35 Box 7-AA
Napier 26631

•  Little General Store
4853 Old Turnpike Road
Little Birch 26629

•  Lloyds Hardware
2220 Sutton Lane
Sutton 26601

•  R & L Grocery
PO Box 130
Rosedale 26636

•  Ruth’s Carryout
4050 Centralia Road
Sutton 26601

•  Sam’s Grocery
HC 61 Box 57-C
Frametown 26623

•  Sutton Feed & Hardware
75 S Stonewall Street
Sutton 26601


•  Cha.Ti’s Convenience Store
PO Box 721
Grantsville 26147

•  Chloe Auto & Hardware
23350 S Calhoun Hwy
Chloe 25235

•  Holbert’s Store
PO Box 66
Big Bend 26136

•  Momma T’s
2326 N Calhoun Hwy
Grantsville 26147

•  Mt. Zion Pit Stop
HC 89 Box 100
Grantsville 26147

•  Speedy Mart
PO Box 114
Arnoldsburg 25234


•  Becker
Route 1 Box 84
New Milton 26411

•  Center Point Country Store
Route 2 Box 193-A
Salem 26426

•  Fairview Shell
Route 2 Box 41-FC
West Union 26456

•  Stoney’s Sporting Goods
Route 1
West Union 26456

•  Wabash Trading Post
101 Front Street
West Union 26456


•  Appalachian Glass Products & Services
499 US Hwy 33 E
Weston 26452

•  Broken Wheel Campground
2060 Skin Creek Road
Weston 26452

•  Corner Mart
2997 Jackson Mill Road
Weston 26452

•  Jane Lew Depot
PO Box 54
Jane Lew 26378

•  Jerry’s Bait Shop
PO Box 35
Horner 26372

•  R & B Garage
467 Broad Run Road
Jane Lew 26378

•  Stop & Shop
1855 US Hwy 33 W
Weston 26452

•  Stouts Bait Shop
90 Skin Creek Road
Weston 26452

•  Tri-Lakes Convenience Store
17698 US Hwy 19 S
Walkersville 26447


•  B & B Place
Box 48
Smithville 26178

•  Bailey Brothers
Box 23
Burnt House 26336

•  Filling Station
Route 1 Box 1
Cairo 26337

•  North Bend State Park
202 N Bend Park Road
Cairo 26337

•  Pullman Pit Stop
6 Auburn Road
Pullman 26421

•  Ritchie Tobacco Outlet
116 E Myles Avenue
Pennsboro 26415

•  Route 16 Fuel Center
Route 50
Ellenboro 26346

•  Scott’s Sport Shop
Route 2 Box 213
Pennsboro 26415

•  Stout Hardware
16 S Spring Street
Harrisville 26362

•  Washburn General Store
RR 2 Box 128.2
Harrisville 26362

»  The firearm antlered deer bag limit during the two-week buck season is two (one on the base license and one on an RG [resident] or RRG [nonresident] stamp). A hunter may take no more than three antlered deer per calendar year in all archery and firearms seasons combined.

»  The last day to purchase an additional buck deer gun tag (Class RG/RRG Stamp) was November 18, 2012. Class RG and Class RRG additional buck stamps can only be used to take an additional antlered deer in firearm buck season. Unused Class RG and Class RRG stamps may not be used in antlerless or muzzleloader seasons.

»  There are 10 counties or portions thereof (see the 2012 – 2013 Hunting and Trapping Regulations Summary) that require buck firearms hunters to take an antlerless deer during the antlerless firearms deer season (with Class N permit for residents or Class NN permit for nonresidents) prior to harvesting a second antlered deer during the buck firearms season.

»  All private and public lands in counties having a firearms antlerless deer gun season (Class N for residents and Class NN for nonresidents) will be open November 19 – December 01, 2012 (concurrent with the buck gun season), December 13 - 15, and December 28 – 31, 2012. Bag limits vary among counties but will be either one or three antlerless deer.

»  All deer must be field tagged and checked in within 72 hours of the time of kill or within 24 hours of the close of the season, whichever comes first. Additional deer may not be taken until all previously taken deer have been checked. Only one deer may be taken per day during the buck season.

»  Deer hunters spend an estimated $230 million in West Virginia, much of it in the rural areas of the state that depend upon the deer seasons for a large portion of their annual income.

»  In 2011, deer hunters in West Virginia harvested 60,157 bucks during the two-week buck season, an increase of 38 percent from the 2010 harvest. This is two percent less than the five-year average harvest of 61,428 and ranks 24th among all past years.

»  WVDNR forecasts that the buck harvest should be slightly higher for 2012. All regions should see a similar-to-higher harvest this year. The increased reproduction of 2011 and the mild winter of 2011-2012 should mean that there are plenty of 1.5-year-old animals for hunters. The overall mast conditions should be favorable. In addition, DNR has been conducting spotlight counts in many counties and have observed many large-racked animals for hunters to pursue.

»  Sunday hunting is legal in the following 14 counties on private land only: Boone, Brooke, Clay, Hancock, Jefferson, Lincoln, Logan, McDowell, Marshall, Mingo, Ohio, Wayne, Wetzel and Wyoming. The only Sunday that is open in these counties during the buck season is November 25, 2012. Hunters are reminded that deer gun seasons are closed in Logan, Mingo, McDowell and Wyoming counties.

»  Hunters are required to wear at least 400 square inches of blaze orange (about the size of a vest) as an outer garment for visibility and safety. Blaze orange camouflage patterns are legal as long as 400 square inches of blaze orange are displayed on the garment. A blaze orange hat is not required, but the hunter must have blaze orange visible from both the front and the back.

Mary Ann Hardbarger

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Mary Ann Hardbarger

Age 72, of Elizabeth, WV, departed this life at 8:04 AM, Wednesday, October 31, 2012 in Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital , Parkersburg, WV following an extended illness.
She was born August 03, 1940 in Gilmer County, WV, a daughter of the late Floyd and Loreeta Self Peters.
Mary Ann had numerous jobs, the last being with Pennzoil as a secretary.  She really enjoyed life, she played the piano and sang at several churches and nursing homes or wherever they needed someone; she was very talented in arts, crafts and jewelry making; and was a homemaker and mother.

She attended the Bethel Baptist Church at Elizabeth.
She is survived by her husband Roger Hardbarger who survives at their Elizabeth home.
Also surviving:  a daughter, Lisa Groves and husband Carl of Elizabeth; 2 sons, James Lynn Thompson of Pullman, WV; and Eddie Joe Perine and wife Autumn of Parkersburg, WV; 3 brothers and 1 sister survive, Richard Peters of West Milford, WV; John Peters of Craigsville, WV; Mike Peters, Linn, WV and Sharon Radcliff of Jane Lew, WV.
Besides her parents she was preceded in death by 3 brothers, Carl, Lynn and Joe Peters and one sister, Nina Pyles.
Funeral services will be conducted at the Rock Grove United Methodist Church at 2:00 PM, Saturday, November 03, 2012 with Rev. James Brunty and Rev. Kenny Fisher officiating.

Burial will follow in the Rock Grove Cemetery.

Friends may call from 1:00-2:00 PM, Saturday (one hour prior to services) at the Church.
Ellyson Mortuary, Inc.  is assisting the family of Mary Ann Hardbarger with arrangements.

Lawrence D. Gay

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Lawrence D. Gay

Age 78, of 117 Abbott Run Road, Horner, WV died Monday, October 22, 2012 at his residence following an extended illness.

He was born July 2, 1934 in Lewis County a son of the late Lawrence and Rosa Call Gay.

In 1953 he married the former Janet Joan Belt who survives.

Also surviving are two daughters Barbara J. Ables of Weston, WV and Cheryl Phares of Linn, WV.

Two sons Roger D. Gay of Lake Floyd and Robert L. Gay of Weston.

8 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren and one great great grandchild.

Mr. Gay was employed for several years at the Lewis County board of Education as a school bus driver and previously was employed by the WV Dept. of Highways.

He also painted and restored autos for several years.

He was a Methodist by faith.

Friends may called at the Pat Boyle Funeral Home and Cremation Service 144 Hackers Creek Road, Jane Lew, Thursday from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM.

Funeral services were held at 1:00 PM Thursday, October 25, 2012 from the Pat Boyle Funeral Home and Cremation Service with the Reverend Wease Day officiating.

Interment followed in the Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens.

Pat Boyle Funeral Home and Cremation Service is honored and privileged to serve the Gay family.

Mary G. See

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Mary G. See

Age 80, of 365 Ranges Run Road Roanoke, West Virginia passed away at 7:15 AM in the Crestview Manor Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center in Jane Lew.

She was born in Webster County, West Virginia on June 10, 1932 a daughter of the late Worth O. Bennett and Gertrude Boggs Bennett.

On October 22, 1952 she married Ralph W. See Jr, who proceeded her in death on October 31, 1992.

She was also proceeded in death by one sister Alta Lucille Bennett and three brothers Orris Summers Bennett, Worthy Hollis Bennett and William Ottis Bennett.

She is survived by one son Ralph Edward See and wife Darlene of Roanoke. Two granddaughters Mary Katherine “Kathy” See of Roanoke and Deanna Darlene See Shackleford and husband Cale of Linn, WV. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews.

Mrs. see was a homemaker and worked beside her husband on the family farm. She loved to cook, garden, farming, photography and loved to sew.

She was a member of the Vandalia United Methodist Church and was a Sunday School teacher for years.

She was a 39 year member of the Vandalia Community Educational Outreach Service Club. She was a 64 year member of the Lewis County Farm Bureau. She was a past member of the Lewis and Upshur County Livestock Association.

Family will receive friends at the Hardman-Paletti Funeral Home 730 North Main Avenue, Weston on Friday, October 26, 2012 from 2:00-4:00 and 6:00-8:00 PM.

Funeral services will be held on Saturday, October 27, 2012 from the Hardman-Paletti Funeral Home Chapel with Reverend Dwayne Brown officiating.

Interment will follow services in the Weston Masonic Cemetery.

Hardman-Paletti Funeral Home of Weston will be serving the family of Mary G. See.

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