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BRAKE Brake. 82. of died April 8. He ~as tile hu~- Scott Brake. his 15 years. He ws by his first v, ifc. his uifc of 44 I in Auburn, he late Wilbur Elisha J Brake. an educator. He recruits during the He receixed his Stale and nlaMdl"S from He bagan rat a-e 18, servino_ C" ,.. )al in Ritchie from Montgom- where he teacher at School. lic'cnsed preacher ember of the United in the Army dur- 11. He saw ct'mlbat Line in Ger- ,ounded in action 1944 and hospital- He was av, arded including a 'as a member of and ser~ ice oreaniza- the Lion's Club, the of Corn- American Veter- of Foreign Wars Legion. his love of educa- a sales represen- Encyclopedia er tk)r Compton's i addition to his wife. , Judith Ganley and of Middletown: wife Kristin: and husband Gary nine grandchil'- 3sale} and ,aife GaMe) and v, ife f and v.i Ib Natalie; : Ashley ;and Cameron. Baile ,, ', eight great-grand- M. Brake of Canvas, two sis- therine Brake of and Phyllis Ann USband Marcel of brothers-in-law, Wife Marlene of D, Law and wife Md, George sister-in-law; Y be rememNTred by ',nd and brother-in- Sr. of New and his loving and Ernie Rae preceded in death arE. Brake. Jr. and wil Ibe held on Damascus United A memorial fund by the Damascus computers Contributions The Philip Brake On's Club of Dam- Damascus, Md. LOIS MARIE CARPENTER Lois Marie Somerville Carpenter. 72, o f Parkersburg, died April 6, 2003 at Camden - Clark Memorial Hospi- tal. She born June I0, 1930 in Revere, a daughter of the late Arley and l',a Boyce Bush. Lois had worked for American Vis- cose until 1974 and for the Bureau of Public Debt from 1974 through 1988 in the cafeteria. She was a member of South Parkershurg Baptist Church and enio~ed pro,.iding transportation lk)r other~, to church services. She v, as a caring neighbor to tho.,,e in her neigh- borhood ,she needed assistance. She is survived by seven children Marie Nev, Nerry and husband Keith of Chesapeake, Va, Gary Somerville and wife Janie of Williamstown. Pat Paintiff of Parkersburg, Connie Sue Tooker of Davisville, Carol Lynn Ratti ff and husband Rick of Jane Lew, Brenda Ball and husband Bill of Walker, Kathy Nutter of Parkersburg, fifteen grandchildren; Shawna and Matt Ashenden of Richmond, Va, Kelly Hou.,,e and Scott of Hawaii. Michellc Sinchoncgo and Arnctl of Virginia Beach, Va. Kristie York and Brent of Parkersburg, Garx Wayne Somer',ille. Jr. and Christina of Parkersburg, Diedra Burdette and Lovie of Parkersburg, Loretta Painti ff of Parkersburg, Raymond Alhnan of Texas, Steve Tooker and Jessica of Lancaster, ()hLo, Kyann Hiles and Butch of Charleston, Crystal Davis and Larry of Mt. Sterling, Ohio joseph Carl Ball and Billy Jo of Parkersburg, Russell Clyde Nutter and Cody Lee Nutter of Bclpre. seventeen great orandchildren, and eight brothers and sisters: Maragaret Dunbar of Vienna, Richard Lee Bush of Tanner, Ruby Maxine Weaver. Christine Miner and Cletus Bush, all of Willia,nstown, Roberta West of Nobe, and Donna Grogg, Donald Bush of Revere. In addition to her parents. Lois wa.,, preceded in death by her first husband Raymond Somerville, her second hus- band Denver Clyde Carpenter, a daughter Jacqueline Somerville, two granddaughters, one sister Mildred Arlene Yoak and two brothers Robert Ray Bush and James Donley Bush. Services were Tuesday, April 15, 2003 at Lambert - Tatman Funeral Home, Pike Street South Parkershurg with Rev. Ed Rogers officiating. Burial followed at Evergreen South Cemetery. JAMES FRASHURE James Frashure, age 80, of Gluck Run Road, Glenville, departed this life Wednesday morning, April 9, 2003 at his re ddence, following an extended illness. Born September 14, 1922 in Gilmer County, son of the late N.J. and Edna Mac Canfield Frashure. Mr. Frashure was retired from Glenville State College Maintanece Dept., an Army World War II Vet, and a member of Otterbein United - Methodist Church. Mr. Frashure is survived by his friend Jeanne Marsh of Gluck Run, Glenvilte and one sister, Maggie Stump of Glenville. He was preceded in death by one brother, three half brothers and four hall" sisters. Funeral services were conducted on Sat., April 12. 2003 at the Ellyson Mortuary. Inc. Glenville with the Rev. Hugh Murphy officiating. Burial lol- lowed in the Sand Fork Cemetery, Sand Fork. Ellyson Mortuary, Inc. assisted the family of James Frashure with ar- rangements. Bennett and Son Monuments & Markers Inside and outside displays Grantsville • 354-6162 26452 ........ g to serve Gilmer County since 1959 Granite • Quality Workmanship Also Offering Computer Design Rt. 33 West of Weston or 1-888-269-5573 ROBERT F. HARDMAN Robert F. Hardman, 71, of Tanner, died April 13, 2(X)3 at the home of his daughter in Vienna,/i llowing a hmg illness. Born October 23. 1931 in Gihner County, he was a son of the late Earl and Elizabeth Hersman Hardman. He was a US Navy veteran and was a former merchant in Tanner having owned and operated Hardman" s Store toe 10years. He wasa member of the Knights of Pythias Lt~gc of Tanner. Surviving are his wife, Leona Frymier Hardman and two daughters, Beth McMilleon of Vienna and Tami Ann Hardman of Mineral Wells. two sons, Robert E, Hardman of Tanner and Eric V. Hardman of Rockport, I 1 grandchildren and three great grand- children. Funeral services will be held Thurs- day. April 17 at I1 a.ln. at Stump Funeral Home, Grantsville with Re,,'. Robert Nicholas officiating. Inter- ment v, ill be in the Mr. Liberty Ccm- eter) at Tanner. CHANDOS H. MOHR Chandos H. Mohr, 81, of Elyria, Lorain County, Ohio, died Saturday, April 12, 2003, at his son's residence in Columbia Station, Ohio following a brief illness. He was born in Orion, and has been a Lorain County resident for 53 years, residing mostly in Columbia Station. He was a veteran and served in the U.S. Army during WWlI from 1942 to 1946. He was a molder at W.O. Larson Foundry', formerly of Grafton, for 42 )'ears and retired in 1984. Mr. Mohr v, as a long-time member of Midview Baptist Church in North Eaton, Ohio where he served as a deacon and Sunday school teacher for many years. At one time, he also coached little league baseball in Grafton. Hc enjoyed traveling, spend- ing time with and helping his lamily, watching sporting events on TV. at- tending his grandchildren's sporting events, and hunting. He is survived by two daughters, Barbara Andrews of Celina, Texas, and Karen D'Amico of Sugar Hill, Ga.. two sons. Randy of Columbia Station and Terry of Wellington, Ohio eight grandchildren, two great-grand- children, one sister, Wilds Jenkins of Columbia Station, and three brothers, Glen of Wellington, Frank of LaGrange, Ohio and Shirrell of Normantown. He was preceded in death by his wift,-of 53 )ears, Zethra "Tiny" (nee Ash) on Februars' 3 of this year, one granddaughter, Chandos Mohr in 1991 ,,two brothers, Duefold and James Mohr and by his parents, William and Sarah Ann (nee Hashman) Molar. The funeral services were held Tuesday. April 15, 2003 at the Listen Funeral Home with Pastor Tim Mayo and Pastor Frank Odor, both from Midview Baptist Church in North Eaton, co-officiating. Burial was Wedne ay, April 16 at Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Normantown, Memorial Contributions may be made to the Autism Society of America. P.O. Box 721, Columbia Station, OH 44028. ROBERT R. ROBINSON Robert R. Robinson, 79, of Tanner passed away April II, 2003 at St. Joseph's Hospital after a long illness. He was born January 5, 1924 on Frozen, Calhoun County and was the son of the late Gray and Holly (Bailey) Robinson. An Army veteran of WWlI, he fought under General George Patton and was at the Battle of the Bulge, He retired from General Mo- tors in 1978 and raised beef cattle until his illness. He is survived by a loving wife of 53 years, Emogene "Jean" (Newell) Robinson; one beloved daughter and husband Bobbi Jean and Paul Moss of Palestine; two granddaughters and husbands, Marcie and Staff Sergeant Gary Scott Benslay of Fort Brag& NC, Mistic and Dan Davis of Morgantown; one great grandson Logan McBride Bensley; and one sis- ter, Geneva Lawson of Arnoldsburg. He was perceded in death by two brothers and two sisters. Funeral services were held Tues- day, April 15, 2003 at Stump Funeral Home, Arnoldsbur.g. Evangelist Corley Miller officiated. 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