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Obituaries MARY WILDA BUSH NORRIS LEE "HINK" CHARLES D. RUDD HADDOX Mary Wilda Bush, 82, of Blackwell Street, Bridgeport, died Tuesday evening, March 3, 2009, at her resi- dence following an extended illness. She was born June 19, 1926, in Cox's Mills, Gilmer County, a daughter of the late Hayward Murus and Roena Gae Maxson Somerville. She is survived by her husband Darrell Bush, whom she married Sep- tember 7, 1946. They celebrated. 62 years of marriage. Also surviving are four sons, Michael Bush and his wife Norenne, BuffaloLake; Ronnie Bush and his wife Beverly; Richard Bush and his wife Connie; and Jeff "JT" Bush and his wife Joi, all of Bridgeport; a daugh- ter, Sharlene Muscar and her husband Fred, Bridgeport; nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Three brothers, Ronzel Somerville and his wife Mable, Bridgeport; Rodney Somerville and his wife Brenda, Cox's Mills; Larry Duley and his wife Ann, Lancaster, OH; a sister-in-law, Maisie Somerville, Linn, WV; and several nieces and nephews complete the fam- ily. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother, Kline Somerville, and a sister, Ruby Somerville. Mary loved spending time with her family. She was proud to be a loving wife, mother, and grandmother. She was Methodist by faith. The family would like to extend a special thanks to Dr. Barcinas and her caregivers, Mary Lipscomp, Lorenna Freeland, Vivian Cook, and Carol Capicola. Memorial contributions can be made to People's Hospice, PO Box 1680, Clarksburg, WV26302. Con- dolences to the Bush Family may be sent to burnsidefh @burnside funeral home. com. Services were held at Burnside Funeral Home, 607 S. Virginia Av- enue, Bridgeport, on Friday morning, March 6, 2009, with Reverend Tho- mas P. Horne presiding. Interment followed in BridgeportCemetery. VENA C. CLARK Vena C. Clark, 96, of Rosedale, passed away at home March 2, 2009. Born in Calhoun County, February 7, 1913, she was a daughter of the late General George Cottrill and Freda Dell Dillon Cottrill. She was a retired general store merchant and was pre- ceded in death by her first husband Marshall Fletcher Putnam and her second husband Earl Clark and one brother Date Cottrill. ','Surviving are three sons, Wetze) (Bea) Putnam of Arnoldsburg, Van (Nancy) Putnam of Petroleum, and Mike (Darlene) Putnam of Shock. Three daughters, Rachel Johnson of Stow, OH; Delores Wright, of Rosedale, and Charlotte (Richard) Frame of Wellington, OH; four broth- ers, Dave, Don, and Glen Cottrill all ' of Rosedale, and Eugene Cottrill of Newbury, OH. Two sisters, Merle Jarvis of Gassaway, and Ruth Kirk of Newbury, OH; 19 grandchildren, 45 great-grandchildren and 32 great-great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Friday, at the Stump Funeral Home in Arnoldsburg. Rev. John Putnam offi- ciated. Interment followed in the Rosedale Community Cemetery at Rosedale. EMOGENE COTTRELL Emogene Cottrell, 61, of Shock, Gilmer County, passed away March 7, 2009 at Charleston Area Medical Center. Born June 1, 1947 in Calhoun County, she was a daughter of the late Harper and Ocie Sampson King. She was a CNA at the Gilmer County Senior Citizens Center at Glenville. She was preceded in death by one daughter, Lisa Parsons. Surviving are one son, Denzil Cottrell, Jr., of Glenville; two daugh- ters, Malissa Cottrell of Braxton County and Amanda Williams of Glenville. Four brothers, Dwight King and George King both of Shock, Larry King of Virginia, and Delbert King of Normantown. Two sisters, Lyda Dye and Sharon King both of OH, also seven grandchildren, and her com- panion James Meadows. Funeral services were held on Tues- day at the Stump Funeral Home in Arnoldsburg. Interment followed in the Collins Community Cemetery at Stumptown. I can give you a six-word for- mula for success: Think things through--then follow through. --Capt. Edward Rickenbacker Norris Lee "Hink" Haddox, 73, of Auburn, went to be with his Lord, March 3,2009 surrounded by his fam- ilyat Camden Clark Memorial Hos- pital. He was born Sept, 6, 1935 at Berea, a son of the Clyde and Pearl Bessie Mullenix Haddox. Hink graduated from Harrsiville High School in 1954 and Nashville Auto Diesel School. He served in the U.S. Air Force in Germany for four years as a mechanic. He worked for Eureka Pipeline Co., for 34 years. He later worked for Term Energy in Harrisville for five years as a well tender. He was a former Auburn Town Councilman and trustee for The Au- burn Community Association. He was a member of Pine Grove United Meth- odist Church, Berea since 1963 and served as a trustee for the church and parsonage. Hink loved to hunt, fish, and play with his grandchildren. He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Mary Pierce Haddox; children, Annetta Haddox of Winchester, VA; Norm Haddox and wife, Robin of Harrisville, Angie Yoak of Thurmont, MD; and Greg Haddox and wife Jane of Letart, grandchildren, Tyler Yoak, Melanie Haddox, Rachel Haddox, Joshua Haddox, Grace Haddox, and Emma Haddox; brothers, Hayward "Hop" Haddox of Pullman; nieces, Teresa, Joyce, and Bessie, and neph- ews, Nathaniel Floyd and Arron. He was preceded in death by brother Clyde Haddox, Jr. Funeral Services were held on Thursday, March 5, 2009 at Raiguel Funeral Home, Harrisville with Rev. Don Newlon officiating. Burial fol- loWed in the Pine Grove Cemetery, Berea. On-line condolences may be sent to the Haddox family at www.mccullough rogers funeral home. corn. Memorial donations are preferred to, American Cancer Society, PO Box 4451, Parkersburg, WV 26104. VIRGINIA A. HAMRIC Virginia A. Hamric, 70, of Stumptown, passed away February 18, 2009. Ann was born February 11, 1939, in Gilmer County, a daughter of the late William Scott and Elizabeth Mabel Conrad Hardman. Ann was a homemaker and a mem- ber of the Rosedale Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Roy D. Hamric.in 1991. She is survived by daughters, and sons-in-law, Veda, and Dave WisrlieWski of GarfieldHeights, OH; and Ronna and Craig Fisher of Eastlake, OHi grandson, Scott Poling and wife, Alison; three great-grand- children, Kaila, Dakota, and Abby. Services were held on Saturday, February 2I, at the Rosedale Baptist Church with Elder Larry Fisher offi- ciating. Burial was in the Collins Cem- JEFF LANG Jeff Lang, age 47, of Big Springs, WV, departed this life at 1:05 a.m. Saturday, Feburary 28, 2009 at Minnie Hamilton following a brief battle with Cancer. Born in Gilmer County on October 29, 1961, he was the son of the late Arkie J. and Barbara Osborn Lang. Jeff was a Volunteer Fire Fighter for Braxton County "Gassaway Sta- tion #2" and Gilmer County "Sand Fork Station # 6". Jeff enjoyed working for traveling amusement parks and was at peace in the outdoors. He was also a Baptist by faith. i Surviving are three brothers: Harold Lang, of New York, Leroy Lang, of Tanner, and Charlie Lang, also of Tanner. Funeral Services were conducted at the Ellyson Mortuary Inc. Glen- ville on Thursday March 5,2009 with Rev. Lloyd "Fuzz" Stewart and Asst. Chief Martin Hess officiating. Burial followed in the Horn Creek Baptist Cemetery where full fireman's hon- ors were observed. Bennett and Son Monuments & Markers Inside and outside displays Grantsville 354-6162 KIDDY MONUMENT CO Proud to serve Gttrner County since 1959 Rt. 33 West of Weston 269-5573 or 1-888-269-5573 Charles D. Rudd, 87, of Stumptown, Gilmer County, passed away March 7, 2009 at Minnie Hamilton Health Care Systems of Grantsville. Born in Randolph County at Val- ley Head on December 28, 1921, he was the son of the late William and Pearl May Asbury Rudd. He was pre- ceded in death by his beloved wife, Geneva Marie McCauley Rudd, a son Thomas Allen Rudd, brothers, James, Daruis, and Ted, sisters, Blanches, Helen, Cleo, and Cleva and one half brothers and two half sisters. He was a US Army Veteran of WWII and was a Christian by faith. Surviving are sons, Donivan Rudd of Louisville, KY; Charles Rudd, of Elizabeth, KY; and Thomas Rudd of Newbury, OH. Daughters, Darlene Putnam of Shock, and Tonya Herncane of Hiram, OH; 11 grandchilren, 14 great-granchildren and one great great grandchild, two sisters, Nina Saunders and Lucille Thorn of OH. Funeral services were be held on Tuesday at the Stump Funeral Home in Arnoldsburg, Rev. John Putnam officiated. Interment followed in the Rosedale Community Cemetery at Rosedale. All Eyes On You (NAPS)--Minute crystals of sil- icon carbide discovered in 1893 have led to the creation of moissanite, a jewel sparking a lot of interest among women today, and one that is now considered the "little black dress" of accessories. What attracts women to moissanite--named after its dis- coverer, Nobel Prize-winning French scientist Dr. Henri Moissan--is that when they wear it, they feel confident, smart and sexy. New River Offers Online Course New River Community and Tech- nical College has partnered with ed2go to offer hundreds of online, instruc- tor-facilitated noncredit courses and is pleased to announce the launch of "Photographing Nature with Your Digital Camera." Participants in this course will mas- ter taking beautiful outdoor photos of everything from landscapes to spe= cific nattire items such as wlter; fl3- ers, trees, animals, and more.'The'y,II also learn all about digital camera equipment, telephoto photography, and even macro photography. This course is part of New River' s growing catalog of more than 300" instructor-facilitated online courses. Through well-crafted lessons, expert online instruction, and interaction with fellow students, participants in these courses gain valuable knowledge at their convenience. They have the flex- ibility to study at their own pace com- bined with enough structure and sup- port to complete the course. Students can access the classroom 24/7 from anywhere with an Internet connec- tion. New sessions of each course run every month. Courses last six weeks, with two new lessons being released weekly (for a total of 12). The courses are entirely Web-based with compre- hensive lessons, quizzes, and assign- ments. A dedicated professional in- structor facilitates every course; pac- ing learners, answering questions, giving feedback, and facilitating dis- cussions. To learn more about these courses, call New River Community and Tech- nical College at (304) 872-4520, or visit www. ed2go, com/nrctc. Thursday, March 12, 2009 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Page 7A \\;i Pictured here are: Kaitlyn Bailey, Sabrina Bailey, Logan Bossed, Morgan Bossert, Cheyenne- Butcher, DustinCIowser, James Donaldson, Jr., Jared Luzader, Michaela Luzader, Allyson Peters, Dalton Peters, Jordyn Peters, and Chelsea Roberts. A clay of fun was enjoyed by the members of the Linn , Lone Stars 4-H club. The group visited Valley Worlds of Fun in Fairmont. Prior to the trip, the Fnember,. gathered their donations for Ronald McDonald House. - ! Cedarville News 462-7093 Pyles Family Hosts Littons Brenda and Jeff Litton, of Aden, NC, spent a week visiting Robert, Clesta, Daniel, Rebecca, Mikala and Caleb Pyles. We had two outings this week: on Monday, two vanloads went to Charleston to the Legislature; and on Thursday, we went to Meadowbrook Mall and to stores at Bridgeport. We all had a nice time. All those who have lost loved ones have our sympathy. We need to remember all those on the sick list in our prayers. Glad to hear Milnda Coombs is home. She was in the hospital for a few days, for observation. Hope she continuesto do well. Just whip up an easy baking soda recipe to make: homemade scouring powder; an oven cleaner that eliminates elbow grease; a great rust remover; a tooth whitener that makes teeth sparkle; a cleaner for the bottoms of copper pots. Scrap-booking Workshop offered at Twin Falls State Park ....... March 20-22 Preserving cherished moments and memories by scrap-booking is ever popular; and at Twin Falls Resort State Park, March 20-22 is a special weekend for anyone who wants to learn how to do it. The annual work- shop teaches fun and easy ways to create a book of memories and new techniques and ideas to create genera- tional timelines. "For people who are avid scrap- bookers or a person just beginning to organize keepsakes and photos who needs some assistance to get started, this is not only a get-away, but also a 'get something done' type of week- end," says Joseph Swiney, Activities Coordinator at Twin Falls. The weekend workshop includes: scrap-booking instruction, album kit, .deli lunch on Saturday and Sunday, and refreshment breaks. Workshop options range from $249 for two nights at Twin Falls Lodge for two people with all package components, or $70 to attend the workshop only. For more information about the scrap-booking instructors, events, packages, or Twin Falls State Park, call 304-294-4000 or 800- CALL- WVA and ask for Twin Falls. Carris and Olin {Post} Singleton I 191111998 1909/2005 I o= m memor00 yourlo00 is stitl our guide, ud tkougk we cannot see you, you .are always at aut side. The families ef eregene cnd Remde i Truth or Tradition ? "Why do ye also transgress the commandment of God by your tradition'?" Matthew 15:3 Eternal Security #5 Once In Grace Always In Grace. Truth or Tradition? Can a Christian fall from grace? Can one who has been redeemed by the blood of Christ so sin as to be evrnally lost'? If Ye Forgive. Can on go to heaven with unforgiven sin? Jesus taught: "For if ye lorgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you: But if ye forgive not men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses" (Matthew 6:14-15). What if I don't forgive others? If ye Continue. Am I still a disciple of Jesus if I neglected The Word? Jesus said to those who believe on Him: "Ifye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed; And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free" (John 8:31-32). What if I don't continue in The Word? If We Faint Not. Will I reap an eternal reward,!f I become discouraged and quit'? Paul admonished the Galatian brethren: And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not" (Galatians 6:9). What if I faint? If Ye Do These Things. Will I still be in God's grace if I fail to grow spiritually? Peter admonishes: "And beside this, giving all diligence, add to your faith virtue; and virtue knowledge; And to knowledge temperance; and to temperance patience; and to patience godliness; And to godliness broth- erly kindness; and to byotherly kindness charity." And then he says: "For if ye do these things, ye shall never fall" (2 Peter 1:5-10). What ifI lhil to do those things? If We Walked In The Light. Can I walk in darkness and still be saved? John writes: "If we say they we have fellowship with him, and walk in darkness, we lie, and do not the truth: But if we walk in the light, as he is in i the light, we have fellowship one with another, and the blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanseth us from all sin" (1 John 1:6-7). What ifI stop walking in the light? Do I lose my freedom of choice when I become a Christian? What do you think. Once In Grace, Always In Grace. Truth or Tradition? steer Creek Church of Christ, 3466 Rosedale Road, Stumptown, WV 25267. Minister: Gene H. Miller, 3281 Rosedale Road, Shock, WV 26638. Phone: 462-0384. E-maih ghmiller@rtol.net. Web Links: hurherald.com sanet.com