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Thursday, April 17, 2003 -- The Gienviile Democrat/Pathfinder -- Page 7 Grief ,'all lake care of itself, but to get the |'|Ill ,alue of a joy you | Ramp ,,,ust ha.e ~,,,,,el,,.ly h, ,livide it with. --Mark ".., It s es BRAKE LOIS MARIE CARPENTER ROBERT Dinner Time Brake. 82. of Lois Marie Sonlerville Carpenter, Robert F. Hardman. 71, of Tanner, It is lime for the annual spring trek died April S, 72. ofParkersburg, dicd April 6, 2003 died April 13, 2003 at the home of his to the mountains to dig ramps. For He aas hu - at Camden - Clark Memorial Hospi- daughter in Vienna. followinga long Iowingthat,theannualMinnoraCom- Scott Brake. his tal. illness, munity Center ramp dinner will take 15 years. He wsShe was born June 10, 1930 in by his fir~,t wife, Rc~ere. a daughter of the late Arlev Born ()ctober 23. 1931 in Gihncr place on Sunday, April 27. Ahmg his wife of 44and lva Boyce Bush. " Count},, hr was a son of the late Earl with Ramps, the dinner will feature Lois had worked for American Vis- and Elizabeth Hersman Hardman. He farm fresh eggs, bacon, chicken, fried 5,1921 inAuburn, he cose until 1974and forthe Bureauof was a US Navy `,'eteran and was a potat~vcs.brownbcans.cornbrcadplus late Wilbur ElishaPublic Debt from 1974 through 1988 former merchant in Tanner having lots more, and there will bc desserts mdBrake, in the cafeteria. She was a member of owncdandoperatcdHardman'sStorc baked by some of the best cooks an educator. He SoulhParkersburgBaptistChurchand for 10 }'ears. He was a ,nembcrofthe around. Food will be served at I p.m. recruits during the en o.,,cd providing transportation for He receixed his others to church ser`,iccs. She ,.,,as a Knights of Pythia~, Lodge ol Tanner. Musical entertainment begins at State caring neighbor to those in her neigh- Surviving are his wil'c, Leona 4:(X) with the High Mountain Blue- ,,r',s Band. (Jood food and g~.u.l and his master's horhood who needed assistance,FrymierHardmanandtwodaughters. = ..s Ltion from She is ~,urvived by seven children Beth McMilleon of Vienna and Tami music add up to an afternoon you He bagan Marie Newberry and husband Keith Ann Hardman of Mineral Wells. tv, o won't want to miss. All proceeds rat age 18. serving of Che~,apcake, Va. Gary Somerville sons. Robert E. Hardman of Tanner benefitthe MinnoraCommunityCen- rincipalinRitchie and ,,sife Janie of Williamstown, Pat andEricV. HardmanofRockport, I 1 tcr, which is located in Calhoun from Montgom- Pa/nt/ff of Parkersburg. Connie Sue where he Tooker of Davisville, Carol Lynn grandchildren and three great grand- County, on Rt. 16. 12 miles north of education teacher at RatliffandhusbandRickofJaneLew, children, the Big ()tler exit off 1-79. School. Brenda Ball and husband Bill of Funeralser~,iceswillbebeldThurs- For more information and admis- licensed preachcr Walker. Kathy NutterofParkersburg, day. April 17 at t 1 a.,n. at Stump sign prices: call Donna Jordan at 655- member of the United fifteen grandchildren: Shav, na and Funeral Home, Grantsville with Re'.'. 7149. Matt Ashenden of Richmond, Va, Robert Nicholas officiating. Inter- A,-,nvdur- Kelh' House and Scott of Hawaii. Save A Life: Join He saw c(mlhat Micl'yelle Sinchonc~o and Arnell of mcnt v, itl be in the Mt. Liberty Cem- cd Line m Ger- Vi,-_oi,,ia Beach. Va. Krlstie York and e,er,' at Tanner. The Marrow WOunded in action Brunt of Parkersburo_.. Gary Wayne "CHANDOS H. MOHR Donor Registry 1944 and hospital- Somerville. Jr. and Christina of Chandos H. Mohr, 81, of Elyria, is. He was awarded Parkersburo_, Diedra Burdette and Lorain County, Ohio, died Saturday. You could save someone's life if Lo`,ieofParkersburg, LorettaPaintiff April 12, 2003, at his son's residence you join the National Marrow Donor " ,- i~' L,,~,,~l,~II,~ Program Registry. Each year, more aligns includin_o a of Parkersburg. Raymond Allman of in Columbia Station, Ohio following ~ IIll~l I II~,, than 30,(XX) c'hildren and adults are ~as a member of Texas. Steve Tooker and Jessica of a brief illness. 'TO ......... 1 diagnosed with leuken,ia and other andserxiceor_oaniza- Lancaster, Olno, Kyann Hiles and Hewasborn inOrton, andhasbeen . -. At, diseases for which a stem cell trans- Det .l,n,. A\t t the Lion's Club. the Butch of Charleston. Crystal Davis a Lorain County resident for 53 years, " " ...... ~e Chamber of CO I I l I andLarr,, of Mt.Sterling.Ohio,Joseph residing mostly in Columbia Station. -.- s Professional Services Offered: plant may be the only cure. Only. 0 ~-i~es't" Wash Only, Inside Cleaned, Wax, percent of these people will find ledAmericanVeter CarlBal]andBillyJoofParkersburo_, He was a veteran and served in the .Steam Seats, Steam Carpet, matching donors within their fatal- ms of Foreign War Russell Clyde Nutter and Cod)' Lee U.S. Army during WWll from 1942 an Lemon. NuHer of Belpre. seventeen great to 1946. He was a molder at W.O U~ \ ~ ~ Engine Cleaned. lies. . , '~\ \ ~ ~.K.-~ * Call for an appointn,ent' Thc olhers will look to thc National tth his love of cduca- grandchildren, and eight brothers and Larson Foundry. formerlyofGrafton. ~1~ \. Mon Fri ,, 9 a m 5 "m Marrow Donor Program Registry fc, r ~'as a sales represen- sisters: Mara_~aret DunbarofVienna. for 42 )'ears and retired in 1984. Mr. ~'d~ ~ ~ • " • • • " v" • a potential life-saving match. At any IBook EncyciopediaRichard Lee'-Bush of Tanner, Ruby Mohr was a longltime member of - " P.O. B0x 159',(;leilville,~,V26351"{304~4624881 gfventime, 3,0(X) patients are search- anager forCompton's Maxine Weaver, Christine Miner and Midview Baptist Church in North Cletus Bush, all of Williamstown, Eaton. Ohio where he served as a ingthedonorregistryforapotenfially , i,ll life-saving stem cell donor. "Over the I • • a~dition to his .~d’,fe' Roberta West of Nobe. and Donna deacon and Sunday schoo, teacherfor ~ ~ 0_ ~1~ Ti ~l~t ~i~ last decade, the ret~lstry has grown 'n, Judith Ganfey and Grogg. Donald Bush of Revere.many years. At one time, he also~{-~j~ IJ II significantly, which hasenabled more }h of Middleto~sn; ln addition to her parents. Loiswas coached little leaeue baseball in~ patients than ever before to receive akeand wife Kristin: precededindeathbyherfirsthusband Grafton. Heenjoyedtraveling, spend- . Authorized Co0ner Tire Dealer transplants for life-threatening dis- :eyand husband Gary Ravmond Somerville, hersecond has- ing time with and helping his family, r" eases " explains Stephen J. Furman, t ky: nine grandchil'- band Denver Clyde Carpenter. a watching spo,aing events on TV, at- Now Featuring 4-Wheel Alignments oh'siC'of' the transplantation program ganle) and v, ife dau~hterJacqueline Somerville. two tending his ~randchildren's sportine " W rk at City of Hope Cancer Centcr ,n Los ~hy Ganle~ and v, ile eranddauo.hters, one ~ister Mildred events, and huntino_. Light Mecham..... Angeles. ~leyandv++ifcNatalie; .&rleneYoakandtwobrothe,sRobert He is survived by two dau,_,hte,'s, husband C J "Ashley Ray Bush and James Donley Bush. Barbara Andrew's oi Celina, rFexas, (Brakes • Shocks • Struts ,Ball Joints • Tie Rods) "In the 27 years since our first suc- • . . ......... . P~------ 4P~ I"+ i1---- IP'--: - ,', 4 t"--, cessful transplant medical advances ;andCameron Bailey Services were Tuesday. April 15, and Karen D'Amico of Sugar Hill, I..OealeQ "1 ~lle North ol i, yp~n o-~ MOll -I'rl, • o-I ~t, n this field hay ~,iven tho, ~and,~ ,f • l ____S __e__ _a_e ~=. e ........ s_.._s v_ ;'ghtgreat-grand- 2003 at Lambert - Tat,nan Funeral Ga., two sons. Randy of Columbia the "g" at Sutton Day Ohone:765-5613 people worldwide a second chance at ,Albert M. Brake Home, Pike Street South Parkersburg Station andTerryofWellington,Ohio II . II life," Forman continues. "The only OfCanvas, twos~si, with Rev. Ed Rogers officiating, eight grandchildren, twogreat-grand- ~IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIl~ waytoensurethatagreaternumberof therine Brake o Burial followed at Evergreen South children, one sister, Wilda Jenkins of -- pat,unit w,II hnd match,ng donors ,n :, and Phyllis Ann Cemeters. Columbia Station. and three brothers. [] Auto, RV, & Marine Upholstery, Custom Accessories, Boat Enclosures [] " "" - ' " ' " ' " • • . [] the future is lor more people to join sband Marcel of JAMESFRASHURE Glen of Wellington, Frank of1 I'll" ~l~;l~ ~"’+*[ ]h~/' ................ Save I the National Marrow Donor Progra,n ~a, brothers-in-law, James Frashure, age 80, ofGluckLaGrange, Ohio and Shirrell of I ~'i~-~ tI~,,~,#'II I Registry." Ethnic minorities are Wife Marlene of Run Road, Glenville, departed this Normantown. t'T- &+ • strongly encouraged to register be- ! b. Law and wife life Wednesday morning, April 9,He was preceded in death by his i " -7"g"\ a •..~- .~ -r I cause they are under-represented ~nster. Md George 2003 at his residence, following an ,.,,'ilk of 53 )'cars, Zcthra "Tiny" (nee --," . -- ~'~,' " • . . " . " I anv=,icku=, I [:or more ,nh)rmauon t,n reg,ster- ~ton, sister-in-law; extended illness. Ash) on February 3 of this year, one I Weston, WV 2.6452 -:~VO£ I ing, Call i-800-MARROW-2 or visit ~ton,Ohioandmany BornSeptember14,1922inGilmergranddaughter, Chandos Mobr in ~s. County, son of the late N.J. and Edna 1991.+, two brothers, DuelbldandJames • oo4) 269.3493 "" =With thi~ couoon • t i t800) 640.3493 "'.., -" I I it...i " ~ be remembered byMaeCanfieldFrashure. Mohrandbyhisparents. Williamand IFAX,304) 209-4:Z4Z L;U:::g;g;U I Don'tforgetNationalSeeretary,s nd and brother-in-Mr. Frashure was retired fromSarah Ann (nee Hashman) Mohr. [] www rueskustem gem i ~I " " --f -- • " [] eeK next week [] See related ad on r~ith, Sr. of New Glenvil/e Stale'College Mainlanece The funeral services were held i Open M.F 9-5 - Major Credit Cards Accepted -- .+ " and his loving Dept., an Army WorldWar 11 Vet,Tuesday. April 15, 2003 at the Liston Day and Ernie Rae and a member of Otterbein United Funeral Home with PastorTim Mayo Methodist Church. and Pastor Frank Odor, both from preceded in death Mr. Frashure is survived by his Midview Baptist Church in North tilE. Brake, Jr. and friend Jeanne Marsh of Gluck Run, Eaton, co-officiating. Burial was Glenville and one sister, Maggie Wednesday, April 16 at Mt. Carmel ~e~ wil Ibe held on Stump of Glenville. CelneteD in Normantown. )anascus UnitedHe was preceded in death by one Memorial Contributions may be Amemorial fund brother, three half brothers and fbur made to the Autism Society of the Damascus half sisters. America, P.O. Box 721, Columbia eo,nputers Funeral services were conducted Station, OH 44028. Contributions on Sat., April 12. 2003 at the Ellyson ROBERT R. ROBINSON The Philip Brake Mortuary.lnc..Glenville with the Rev. Robert R. Robinson, 79, of Tanner n'sClubof Dam- Hugh Murphyofficiating. Burial fol- passed away April 11, 2003 at St. Damascus. Md. lowed in the Sand Fork Cemetery, Joseph's Hospital after a long illness. Sand Fork. He was born January 5, 1924 on Ellyson Mortuary, Inc. assisted the Frozen, Calhoun County and was the family of James Frashure with ar- sonofthelateGrayandHolly(Bailcy) * Get slO0°° off of We Use Quality rangements. Robinson. An Ar,ny veteran of WWll, he fought under General George your deductible Patton and was at the Battle of the Bennett and Son Monuments & Markers Inside and outside displays Grantsville • 354-6162 Bulge. He retired fro,n General mo- with any estimate tort in 1978 and raised beef cattle Products until his illness, over $1000°°. from Automotive • i He is survi`,'ed by a loving wife of Color Technology 53 years, E,nogene "Jean" (Newell) Robinson; one beloved daughter and 264S'~ husband Bobbi Jean and Paul Moss of Palestine; two granddaughters and Free Estimates New Unibody / full husbands. Marcie and Staff Sergeant Certified & Trained frame machine. Gary Scott Benslay of Fort Bragg, Technicians All work guaranteed! NC. Mistie and Dan Davis of Morgantown; one great grandson Logan McBride Bensley; and one sis- ter, Geneva Lawson of Arnoldsburg. Gilmer County since 1959 He was perceded in death by two brothers and two sisters. Granite • Quality Workmanship Funeral services were held Tues- Also Offering Computer Design day, April 15, 2003 at Stump Funeral $1 8,800 Best Pla©e to IBm/& Savel $3,500 Home, Arnoldsburg. Evangelist Corley Miller ofl'ic~ated. Interment Deals now being Rt. 33 West of Weston was in the Orma Cemetery. or 1-888-269-5573 , Ultra Modern 6400 Sq. Ft. Body Shop is.., 2002 BLACK CHEVY 1500 1990 BLACK AND GRAY DODGE 4x~. v+ ESeL~E. AIred • Ata. cru,s~ POWER RAM 150 V-8 • 4X4 • AUTO TONNEAU COVER . LESS TEM~N 2,000 MILES .......... $22 000 D WITH: Using PPG products from ' $16,900 PAINT BOOTHS 2002 BEIGE BUICK RENDEZVOUS CX 2000 GRAY GMC 1500 Automotive Color Technology , DOOR, VERSATRA K AWD- ",/-6 ENGINE EXTENDED CAB" 4X4o 3RD DOOR" V-~o DRAFT BOOTH A,.'AUTO. EL .tc w,, ws DOWN c,+o'r. SEATS, cn Pt,A YER SHORT BED • AUTO • POWER WINDOWS • CD PLAYER BAKE BOOTH Ouality Trade-Ins are being acquired dailyl t t I + I 1 I i ! i I I I I 732 Elk Street • Gassaway, WV 26624 • 304-364-5155