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Page 613 -- The Glenville Democrat " &apos;" _ = - Thursday, July 30, 2009 Obituaries CONCETTA M. "CONNIE" ALBERT SCOTT MOORE BOGGS Concetta M. "Connie" Boggs, age 77, of Cedarville, departed this life the morning of July 25, 2009 at Sun Bridge Care and Rehab Glenville, following a short illness. Born December 8, 1931 in Cleve- land, OH, she was the daughter of the late John and Gemma D'Inceceio Colino. Mrs. Boggs was a homemaker and Catholic by faith. On May 5, 1956, Connie was united in marriage to Herbert S. Boggs, who preceded her in death on December 3, 1988. Surviving are two daughters: Georgeann Miller and husband, Steve, of Cleveland, OH and Jennifer Boggs of Cleveland, OH, two grandsons: Nathan and Nicholas Miller; and one granddaughter: Delaney Rose Noll. Connie was preceded in death by one son: Michael Scott Boggs on July 26, 1993. She was the last of her immediate family, being preceded by several brothers and sisters. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, August 1, 2009 at the Ellyson Mortuary Inc. Glenville with Pastor Bryan Groves officiating. Burial will follow in the Cedarville Cemetery. Friends may call from 6-8 p.m. Friday at the mortuary. Ellyson Mortuary Inc. is assiting the family of Concetta "Connie" Boggs with ar- rangements. THOMAS EDWARD HULSE & JACOB HENRY HULSE Thomas Edward Hulse, age 53 of Newberne, departed this life at 3:12 p.m., Tuesday, July 21, 2009 at his residence as a result of a heart attack. He was.born June 23, 1956 at Kerney, NJ, a son of the late Henry R. and Mary E. Melody Hulse. Tom was employed by Flying W Plastics of Glenvitle; attended Newberne United Methodist Church, and loved his kids, gardening, fish- ing, crabbine, and cooking. On April 25, 1981, he was married to Lori Richmond Hulse, who sur- vives at their Newberne home. At the time of Tom's death, he was survived by six children: Tommy, Jacob, Tiffany, Justin, Matthew and Maximus Hulse, all of Newberne. At the time of Tom's onset of ill- ness, Jacob had been notified and was en route from Sissonville to Newberne to be with his father and at 3:44 p.m. was tragically killed in a motor ve- hicle accident on 1-79. Tom is survived by three brothers: Dennis, Gary, and Hank Hulse, all of NJ, and was preceded in death by one brother, Richie Hulse. Jacob Henry Hulse, age 22 of Sissonville, departed this life at 3:44 p.m., Tuesday, July 21,2009 on 1-79, from injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident. He was born at Toms River, NJ, on January 15, 1987, a son of Lori Rich- mond Hulse and the late Thomas E. Hulse, who passed away at 3:12 p.m., July 21, 2009, at his home of an ap- parent heart attack. Jacob had been employed at 7-11, and was a graduate of Gilmer County High School Class of 2005, where he ran track, loved sports, working on his car, but most of all, he loved Albert Scott Moore, age 96 of Dolliver St, Glenville, departed this life at I:10 a.m., Sunday, July 26, 2009 at his residence, following an eight month illness. Born March 23, 1913 in Gilmer County, he was the son of the late O.D. and Emma Hardman Moore. He graduated from Sand Fork High School in the class of 1934. He at- tended and graduated from Glenville Normal School in 1936. Mr. Moore received a B.A. degree in 1940 from Glenville State College and was a graduate of West Virginia University in 1949 with his masters in education. His 40 year teaching career started in Clay County and continued in Gilmer County until his retirement. Albert was an Army Veteran of WWII, 50 year member of the Gilmer County Masonic Lodge, and a member of the Gil-Co Hunt Club. He was an avid hunter and woodsman, golfer, set- back/checkers player and Mountain- eers fan. He was also a Methodist by faith. On March 23, 1946, he was united in marriage to Wedith Greenleaf Moore, who survives at the Dolliver Street home. He is survived by two grandsons: Scott Cozzens, of Vincent, OH, and Jeff Cozzens, of Lexington, NC, sons of the late Barbara Kirby Cozzens and lifetime best friend and nephew, Tom Moore, of Glenville. He is also sur- vived by several nieces and nephews. Mr. Moore was the last surviving member of his immediate family, hav- ing been preceded by four brothers and three sisters: Orton, Hayman, Hugh and Day Lee Moore, Lillie Meadows, Madge Vannoey, and Flora Frame. Funeral services will be conducted at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, July 30, 2009 at the Ellyson Mortuary Inc., Glenville with Pastor Bryan Groves officiating. Burial will follow in the Cedarville Cemetery. Friends may call from 2-4 and 6-8 Wednesday at the Mortuary. Ellyson Mortuary Inc. is assisting the family of Albert Moore with arrangements. GARY LEE ROSE Gary Lee Rose, 58, of Alice Road, Glenville, passed away on Wednes- day, July 22, 2009, at United Hospital Center, Clarksburg, after a seven.year battle with cancer. He was born on August 23, 1950, in Sutton, and was the son of Everett Clay Rose and Carol June Rose. He graduated from Sutton High School in 1968. He proudly =:::::=: served the law enforcement commu- nity for 25 years. He served as a Glenville City Police Officer for 10 years and as a Gilmer County deputy for 11 years. He was honored to be elected Gilmer County Sheriff in 2000. He held that office until his retirement in 2004. He was a devoted grandfather, a caring son, a loyal brother, a loving uncle, a joyful nephew, a giving fa- ther, and a friend to all. He was an avid outdoorsman, excellent sports- man and experienced hunter. He was preceded in death by his playing with and taking care of his children. He was a member of Glen- companion of 24 years, Mary Jo ville First Baptist Church. Mihelich; father, Everett Clay Rose; On May 23, 2008, be was married to Hannah Boesch Hulse, who sur- vives at their Sissonville home, along with their children: Jerrick H. Carmichael Hulse, Abygail Hulse, and Baby Hulse, who is due in January. Jacob is survived by four brothers and one sister: Tommy, Tiffany, Jus- tin, Matthew, and Maximus and will be sadly missed by his dog, Brusier. He is survived by his in-laws: Bob and Lynn Boesch, of Gandeeville, several aunts and uncles and was pre- ceded in death by his paternal grand- parents Henry R. and Mary Hulse and maternal grandparents Ralph D. and Virginia Richmond. Double funeral services were con- ducted at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, July 25, 2009 at the Ellyson Mortuary, Inc., Glenville where Rev. Bill Davis officiated. Burial followed in the Newberne Cemetery, Newberne. Ellyson Mortuary, Inc. assisted the families of Thomas E. Hulse and Jacob Henry Hulse with arrangements. Early Bird Special Every day before Noon FREE Soap and S00tener Self-service customers only. Cannot be combined with nny other offer. Original coupon only. Expires 8/31/09 8 Sunflowers will help you spread a whole lot of sunshine. These spectacular flowers always turn their faces towards the sun. brother, Brian Keith Rose; and nephew, Kevin Coffman. He is survived y his mother, Carol June Randles of Doylestown, OH; sons, Brad Rose and wife, Michelle, of Newark. OH, and Frank Mihelich and wife, Vanessa, of Akron, OH; stepmother, Vernice Rose of Gassaway; three daughters, Robin Ritter and husband, Brian, of Glen- ville, Mary Agnes Hosey Mihelich, and Vickie Mihelich Cain and hus- band, Mark, of Mount Zion; brother, Roger Rose and wife, Rebecca, of Akron, OH; five sisters, Dawn Grogg, of Weston. Wanetta Smith and hus- band, Bruce, of Tallmadge, OH, Cheryl Schutte and husband, Ran, of Akron, OH, Sharon Pridemore and husband, Steve, of Charleston and Carol Lynn McBurnie and husband, Shawn, of Minneapolis, MN; two step- brothers, Mike Brown and wife, Norma, of Bucyrus, OH, and James Brown and wife, Joann, of Wheeling; and two stepsisters, Mickey Godwin and husband, Jerry, of Summerville, SC, and Beverly Webb and husband, Ray, of Charlotte, NC. Also surviving are 14 grandchildren, Johnnie, Jammie, Jeffrey, April, Frankie, Camai, Megan, James, Josh, Yumus, Heaven, Tangle, Ja'nesa, Deonte'; and one great-grandson, Micheal. Funeral services were held on Sat- urday, July 25 at Greene-Robertson Funeral Home, Sutton. A private fam- ily ceremony and burial was in the Okey Rose Cemetery, Carpenter's Fork, Little Birch. Online condolences may be sent at Arrangements are by Greene- Robertson Funeral Home, Sutton. Bennett and Son Monuments & Markers Inside and outside display,, Grantsvflle 354-6162 The best things in life are never rationed. Friendship, loyalty, love do not require coupons. --George T. Hewitt GENEVA LANGFORD WOLFE Geneva Langford Wolfe, age 85. of Glenville, departed this life at 5:15 p.m., Friday, July 24, 2009 at her residence, following an extended ill- ness. She was born October 29, 1923 in Gilmer County, a daughter of the late Homer and Bessie Minigh Lang ford. On September 14, 1953, she was married to Charles Wolfe, who sur- vives at their Baldwin home. They were married for 55 years. Mrs. Wolfe had worked various places from the Blue Bird Restaurant, childcare provider, several businesses in downtown Glenville, and her final one was at Americare of Glenville Health Care. She was a member o fthe Oak Grove United Methodist Church. Surviving is one daughter: Dawne McHenry and husband, Ronnie, of Glenville. Two grandchildren and one great- grandchild survive: Jason McHenry and wife, Tracie, and daughter Harlee, of Normantown, and Brittany McHenry, of Glenville. One sister and one brother survive: Naomi Beall, of Glenville, and Melvin Langford, of Weston, and her special senior caregiver, Wakasa Ellyson. She was preceded in death by one brother, Paul Langford, four sisters, Ruth Greenlief, Rosalie Hess, Maxine Governor Manchin Selected as Vice Chair of the National Governors' Association Governor Joe Manchin was named the 2009-2010 vice chair of the Na- tional Governors Association (NGA) during the organization's annual meet- ing. Governor Manchin becomes the first West Virginia Democratic gov- ernor to serve in that position. Manchin will replace Vermont Governor Jim Douglas, who now serves as chair of the group of gubernatorial leaders. "I am truly honored to serve and represent the National Governors Association as vice chair." Governor Manchin said. "I am eager to continue nay service as a member of this very progressive, bipartisan group. I look forward to working diligently and collectively with our nation's leaders to help solve many of our respective states and our nation's most pressing issues, in the months and years ahead." As vice chair of the NGA, Gover- nor Manchin serves as chair of the NGA Center for Best Practices, chair of the NGA Finance Committee and works collaboratively with NGA Chair Vermont Governor Jim Dou- glas to provide leadership on imple- menting NGA policies. "I look forward to working with Governor Manchin over the next year," NGA Chair Vermont Gover- nor Jim Douglas siad. "He demon- strated his leadership and commit- ment to bipartisanship as chiar of the NGA Natural Resources Committee, and I know he will continue to be an asset to the association as we tackle the challenges that face our nation." Founded in 1908, NGA is the col- lective voice of the nation's governors and one of Washington. D.C.'s, most respected public policy organizations. Its members are the governors of the 50 states, three territories and two commonwealths. NGA provides gov- ernors and their senior staffmembers with services that range from repre- senting states on Capitol Hill and be- fore the Administration on key fed- eral issues to developing and imple- menting innovative solutions to pub- lic policy challenges through the NGA Center for Best Practices. For more information on the Na- tional Governors Association, visit: www. riga. org. GCARSE News00 The Gilmer County Association of Retired School Employees (GCARSE) welcomed new members at the Annual Picnic held this year at the Gilmer County Recreation Center on Tuesday, July 21. With a state goal of increasing men> bership by five percent and a county goal of being a gold chapter by achiev- ing the 18 honor points established by WVARSE, an ambitious program of work was presented. Upcoming meetings include: a visit from a PEIA representative on September 22; Brent Boggs on No- vember 10; an AARP 'epresentative on Consumer Protection and Safety on January 19; Christiaan Abildso, from WVU, on wellness on March 16; and WVARSE officer, Garry Lynn Shearer, on May 18. Meetings include lunch, followed by a program and business meeting. Projects planned include: spon- soring an AARP Sale Driving Class; a meeting with our legislators; pre- senting a retirement education pro- gram; and awarding a GCARSE schob arship. All retired school employees who are not already members are encour- aged to join. Dues o1'$12.50 are col- lected in July and may be paid to Mary Bland Strickland. KIDDY MONUMENT CO Proud to serve Gilmer County since 1959 Jenkins, and infant, Lela Langford. QualityWorkmanship Funeral services were conducted at 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, July 28, 2009 at Custom Etchin the Ellyson Mortuary, Inc., Glenville . o withPastor Bryan Groves officiating. 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