Obituaries

Carol Meade
B: 1940-08-16
D: 2017-09-24
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Meade, Carol
Diana Hager
B: 1959-02-07
D: 2017-09-19
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Hager, Diana
Larry Butcher
B: 1943-03-20
D: 2017-09-11
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Butcher, Larry
Rachel Gore
B: 1972-01-16
D: 2017-09-10
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Gore, Rachel
Robert Adkins
B: 1945-08-07
D: 2017-09-01
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Adkins, Robert
Zane Gray
B: 1924-11-30
D: 2017-08-23
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Gray, Zane
Naomi McDonald
B: 1933-07-29
D: 2017-08-19
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McDonald, Naomi
Peggy Booth
B: 1950-04-24
D: 2017-08-01
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Booth, Peggy
Randy Adkins
B: 1956-11-02
D: 2017-07-31
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Adkins, Randy
Loretta Muncey
B: 1937-07-12
D: 2017-07-27
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Muncey, Loretta
Wyatt Vance
B: 1954-03-22
D: 2017-07-22
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Vance, Wyatt
Virgil Damron
B: 1937-02-08
D: 2017-07-19
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Damron, Virgil
Lucky Jones
B: 1952-02-02
D: 2017-07-15
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Jones, Lucky
Joseph Ross
B: 1941-10-22
D: 2017-07-05
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Ross, Joseph
Frank Piccirillo
B: 1928-10-01
D: 2017-07-01
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Piccirillo, Frank
Thomas Fortune
B: 1964-02-27
D: 2017-06-19
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Fortune, Thomas
Zane Moore
B: 1933-12-24
D: 2017-06-15
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Moore, Zane
Eugene Bowen
B: 1958-08-14
D: 2017-06-06
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Bowen, Eugene
Elizabeth Sturgill
B: 1925-12-02
D: 2017-05-30
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Sturgill, Elizabeth
Sandra Smith
B: 1964-03-24
D: 2017-05-19
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Smith, Sandra
Clyde "Bill" Broughton
B: 1934-05-22
D: 2017-05-17
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Broughton, Clyde "Bill"

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Over the years, we’ve learned something very valuable, yet largely unrecognized by the general public: a funeral or memorial ceremony offers family and friends the opportunity to say goodbye to a loved one, and sets the stage for the healing process which follows.

It doesn’t have to be an elaborate event. The most important part is in the “coming together” with others to share memories, and receive comfort from one another. It can be a very simple ceremony or one where the personality and lifetime achievements of your loved one are showcased.

Whatever you think would be appropriate; we promise to be with you at every turn to help you plan a service that celebrates your loved one's life in a meaningful way.

Here, you will find information on the services we can provide your family after losing a loved one. If you would prefer to speak to someone directly, please call us at (304) 752-4550. We will be honored to share commemoration ideas.
 

Creating a Legacy of Memories
It's important to secure the memories and stories of a loved one. Learn more about why we offer the finest in online tributes and tribute videos, the Book of Memories?.
Steps in Planning a Remembrance Service or Funeral
Outlining the basics, this page is a fine place to start for those families faced with making final care arrangements for a loved one. Here's where you become familiar with what's ahead.
The First Decision: Burial or Cremation?
This is an important decision and the foundation of all else which follows: the ceremony as well as the safekeeping of your loved one's remains. Here's some information you'll need.
What You Need to Know When Choosing Burial
If you think that burial is the right choice for your family, there are some important decisions you must make. This page details the questions involved, offering support to families choosing burial.
When Cremation is Preferred
Detailing the reasons why cremation is the preference of a growing number of families, this page also covers additional questions to ask once the cremation decision has been made.
To Remember Me - a poem by Robert N. Test
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Give Thanks on Veterans Day
Veteran’s Day, originally called Armistice Day, began November 11, 1919. President Woodrow Wilson commemorated the first anniversary of the end of World War I (which ended at 11 a.m. on November 11, 1918).