Donovan (Bub) Beard

Donovan (Bub) Beard, 85, of Pond Gap, went home to be with the Lord on May 18, 2020. He is the last surviving child of the late Frank and Alma Beard of Spangler.

He is survived by his loving wife, Caroline Beard; his three sons, Timothy Beard, Bruce (Ruby) Beard and Steven (Diana) Beard; two stepdaughters, Kathy (Ronnie) Petty and Jeannie (Kenny) Lavender; daughter-in-law, Debbie Hill; and many grandchildren; and great-grandchildren.

Don’s greatest passion was his family and serving the Lord through singing bass with The Laborers Quartet. He devoted most of his life to spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ through song.

He will be greatly missed by many who loved him and enjoyed listening to him sing and testify about his love for the Lord and his family.

Graveside service was May 22 at Montgomery Memorial Park, London, with Jerold Hamrick officiating the service.

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Arrangements by Cooke Funeral Home, Cedar Grove.

Clarence “June Bug” Brown Jr.

Clarence “June Bug” Brown Jr., age 66, of Rand, went peacefully in his sleep after a long illness on May 29, 2020 at Montgomery General Hospital. 

June Bug was born in Kalamozoo, Michigan to his late parents, Edna Tuck and Clarence Brown Sr. He was also preceded in death by sister, Priscilla McQueen, and brother, Ronnie Brown.

He served 19 years in the U.S. Army and he enjoyed watching movies, baseball, football, Pepsi and Crown Royal. He lived his life to the fullest.

Surviving: sisters, Deanna Murphy of Larnark and Becky Peck of Leon; brothers, Rick Brown (Sherry) of Killeen, Texas and Ray Tuck (Holly) of Marmet; daughter, Shnoa Yi of Killeen, Texas; and grandchildren, Yong Jin Yi, Suvin Y and Taevion Crankfield; son, Jeffery Brown of Ft. Bragg, North Carolina; 19 nieces and nephews and many great-nieces and nephews.

He will be dearly missed and survived by sister, Georgette Pike (Richard); niece, Alisha Pike, and nephew, Josh Pike, all of Rand; and nephew, Brian Pike (Samantha) of Louisville, Kentucky.

There will not be any service or visitation at this time.

Expressions of sympathy can be sent at

Arrangements by O’Dell Funeral Home, Montgomery.

Jess Earl “Buddy” Cunningham Jr.

Jess Earl “Buddy” Cunningham Jr., of Powellton, passed away peacefully May 30, 2020 while at the Peyton Hospice House in Lewisburg after a long illness.

He was born on Jan. 17, 1940 in Deep Water, the son of the late Jess”Jack”and Virginia Stanley Cunningham. He was also preceded in death by his son, Timothy Cunningham; sister, Betty Sizemore; and brother, Donald Cunningham.

He is survived by his loving wife of 59 years, Donna Painter Cunningham; son, Jess “Chuck” Cunningham and his wife, Kathy, of Powellton; granddaughter, Tiffany Gladwell and husband Jeremy; and great-granddaughter, Sophie, of Charleston.

He was a member of Open Bible Temple Independent Baptist Church at Powellton where he served as a deacon for many years. One of his greatest enjoyments as a Christian was being able to visit the nursing homes and elderly people in their home. He loved the Lord.

He and his wife, Donna, lived the majority of their lives in the community where they both grew up.

He loved to camp and the last week of his life he wanted to go to camp and spend time with his family and he got to do that.

Service was held June 4 at O’Dell Funeral Home, Montgomery, with Pastor Greg Toney and Assistant Pastor Richie Hannah officiating. Burial followed in Kanawha Valley Memorial Gardens at Glasgow.

Expressions of sympathy can be sent at

Arrangements by O’Dell Funeral Home, Montgomery.

Betty Jean Drennen

Betty Jean Drennen, 88, of Summersville, went home to be with the Lord June 3, 2020.

She was the daughter of the late Clyde and Lorna Narelle Payne Franklin and was born at Page on Feb. 10, 1932.

Betty was the owner of City Cut Rate in Summersville. She was a former employee at Cohen Drug, Rite Aid and Nicholas Pharmacy.

She attended the New Beginnings Worship Center in Summersville.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Rev. Lee Drennen; son, David; brothers, Clyde Jr., Bill and Delmas Franklin; and a sister, Mary Lou McDermott.

Surviving: a son, Arthur I. Drennen Jr. (Debbie), of Summersville; daughters, Carolyn Sue “Susie” Byrnes (Greg), of Bluffton, South Carolina and Patricia “Tish” Rose (Paul), of Summersville; brother, Paul Nathan Franklin, of Providence, Rhode Island; sister, Patricia Waters, of Delaware; nine grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.

Graveside services were June 6 in the Walker Memorial Park at Summersville.

Memorial donations may be made to the Gideons, PO Box 131, Summersville, WV 26651.

Online condolences may be sent at

Arrangements by the Waters Funeral Chapel in Summersville.

Virginia Lee Arthur Franklin

Virginia Lee Arthur Franklin, age 99, of Handley, went home to be with the Lord on June 11, 2020 after a short illness.

Virginia graduated from Staats Hospital with an R.N. degree and she continued to work there after receiving her degree. She also worked as a P.A. for Dr. Afif Habash in Montgomery, from which she later retired.

Virginia was preceded in death by her parents, Harry Lee and Elsie Hook Arthur; sister, Henrietta Budge; brother, James Harry Arthur Sr.; and son, Danny Franklin Jr.

She is survived by several nieces and nephews.

Virginia lived the last four years of her life at Montgomery General Hospital Extended Care Unit. 

Per Virginia’s wishes, there was no funeral service. She was laid to rest at Montgomery Memorial Park in London.

Expressions of sympathy can be sent at

Arrangements by O’Dell Funeral Home, Montgomery.

Linda Gay

Linda Gay, age 67, of Pratt, passed peacefully May 27, 2020 while on the Hospice Care Floor at CAMC.

She was born Sept. 24, 1952, the daughter of the late Thomas and Genevieve Veazey Gay.

She was 1970 graduate and valedictorian of East Bank High School. Linda was a graduate of the West Virginia Institute of Technology summa cum laude with degrees in history, government and accounting. She also graduated #1 in her class of the West Virginia University College of Law. 

Surviving is her sister, Ann Bell, and husband Mike of Charleston; niece, Lynn Bell of Charleston and numerous cousins.

Linda had a genuine heart for animals and will be missed by her faithful dog, Aubrey, and numerous kitties.

A celebration of Linda’s life will be held at a later time.

Expressions of sympathy can be sent at

Arrangements by O’Dell Funeral Home, Montgomery.

Carl Edward Green

Carl Edward Green, 70, of Chesapeake, passed on to be in the arms of Jesus on May 30, 2020 at CAMC Memorial Division following many health issues.

Carl was a retired housing inspector for HUD for 25 years.

He was an Air Force veteran and member of the West Virginia Air National Guard for 30 years. He had also worked for several area coal companies as an electrician for 10 years.

He attended and was a member and former trustee of Judson Baptist Church in Belle. He attended Chelyan Nazarene Church in his earlier years. He was an avid and excellent bowler.

He loved playing chess, but more than anything, he loved Jesus. He loved his family, his church family and a host of extended family and friends. And he loved his little dog, Zoey. He also loved his best buddy, Steve Burford, his brother in Christ.

Preceding him in death were his parents, Carl Lee and Marie Lowe Green; sister, Aldena Stevens; and brother, Jimmie Green.

Surviving are his wife of almost 49 years, Gail Green of Chesapeake; daughters, Jennifer Epperley (George) and Stephanie Hall (Travis); and grandchildren, Jordan and Jacob Epperley, all of Chelyan.

Funeral services were held June 11 at Judson Baptist Church, Belle, with Pastor Charles Bolen officiating. Interment with military rights followed in Kanawha Valley Memorial Gardens, Glasgow.

Please make memorial donations, in memory of Carl Green, to Judson Baptist Church Mission Team, 320 E 8th Street, Belle, West Virginia 25015.

You can also visit the website at to send the family online condolences or sign the guest book.

Bobby Gene Hatten

On April 13, 2020, the good Lord needed a fishing partner and called Bobby Gene Hatten to join him. He was surrounded by family when he took his departure, knowing he was deeply loved. 

Bobby was born on May 11, 1939 to Elmer and Virgie Hatten in Jodie.

They raised him to respect, protect and love his family, the values of a true West Virginian. Bobby shared many times that he had the best childhood growing up in the hills and hollers of West Virginia, swimming in the flowing waters of the  Gauley River.

At 19, Bobby relocated to Buckeye, Arizona to learn the butchering trade from his Uncle Cecil where he spotted a young woman in pin curls chasing a rooster. It was at that moment he lost his heart and took a bride.

He provided for his young family for 14 years, working at Herseth Meat Packing Company, when he decided to relocate to Snowflake, a small town with a big heart.  He found a home that shared the same values as Jodie. Bobby touched the hearts of many in Snowflake. He was well loved and respected. 

Bobby believed in living and loving life to the fullest. Many nights were spent over a campfire with family and friends where stories were spun on the big one that got away. He loved the outdoors as much as he loved his family. 

Bobby was survived by his siblings, Emma Jean Simms, Betsy Hatten, Mary Jane Hensley, Doug Hatten, Margaret Slaughter and James Hatten; his beloved wife, Charlene, and their three children, Connie McPherson, married to Richard, Robert Hatten, married to Barbara, and Roxanna Clevenger, married to Brent, and eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. 

Bobby always said that he wouldn’t attend his own funeral but would enjoy a celebration with family and friends who shared stories and celebratde the life of Bobby on May 15. 

Please donate to Silver Creek Senior Center at 1658 Main Street, Snowflake.

A life well lived is a legacy of respect, pride in your family and appreciation of nature, a lasting memory that our hearts will truly treasure and never forget. 

Be sure to tell the Lord of the one that got away. 

Betty Jane Hicks

Betty Jane Hicks, age 86, of Oak Hill, passed away June 6, 2020, at Fayette Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.

Betty was born on Nov. 1, 1933 in Beech Glen, daughter of the late Hansford and Hester Cox.

Betty was a homemaker who enjoyed taking care of her home and raising her children and grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband of more than 50 years, Lawrence H. Hicks; and six siblings.

Those left to cherish her memory include sons, Lawrence H. Hicks Jr., Thadis Richard Snodgrass and Charles Anthony Snodgrass; grandchildren, Carrie, Sara, Mandy and Charleigh; great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews; her friend and caregiver of 15 years that she respected and loved as a daughter, Dee Albury; and all of the staff at Fayette Nursing and Rehabilitation center who loved and cared for her.

Shirley Jean Hudson Hill

Shirley Hill, 82, passed away peacefully on June 1, 2020.

Although she had dementia in her later years, she never lost her sense of humor or kindness for others. She was a pretty lady, especially on the inside where it counts.

The daughter of Robert and Icie Hudson, Shirley and her sisters often reminisced and told funny stories about growing up in a coal camp in Eagle.

Shirley retired from Valley High School. For many years she was the secretary to the principal and will be remembered by generations of students as Miss Hill. She was smart and funny, and the faculty and kids knew they could count on her when they needed help.

She will be sorely missed by her sister, Virginia Elizabeth “Jenny” Spencer; sons, Rob and Randy Hill; daughter-in-law, Margi Hill; grandsons, Greg and Jon Hill; and many nieces, nephews and friends. All who loved Shirley will never forget her thoughtfulness, optimism and warm smile.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles Eugene “Gene” Hill, and sisters, Bertha Ann “Bert” Abshire and Marjorie Leona “Margie” Hudson.

In lieu of a service, a private family celebration of life will be held later this summer due to the current COVID 19 pandemic.

Betty Jo Bishop Johnson

Betty Jo Bishop Johnson, 66, departed for her heavenly home on June 8, 2020.

Born on Dec. 11, 1953 to Elvin and Lura “Micky” (Darnell) Bishop, she was a homemaker and a member of Brownsville Holiness Church.

In addition to her parents, Betty is survived by her husband, Jack Johnson; sons, Leremy (Shenell Terry) Johnson, Nathan (Beth) Johnson and Joshua (Star) Johnson; grandchildren, Makayla Johnson, Aleeah Johnson, Brook-lyn Johnson, Jamis Johnson, Jackson Johnson, Mallie Johnson and Jaximus Johnson; sister, Sharon Bishop; and brothers, James Bishop, Rick Bishop, Geary Bishop and Jerry Bishop.

Funeral service was held June 12 at Brownsville Holiness Church, Brownsville, with Ministers Billy Conn and James Bowling officiating. Burial followed in the Montgomery Memorial Park, London.

Online condolences may be sent to the family at

Arrangements by Pennington Smith Funeral Home, Gauley Bridge.

Mary Margaret “Joann” Kincaid

Mary Margaret “Joann” Kincaid passed away peacefully at the Hubbard House in Charleston.

Mary Margaret “Joann” was born on Aug. 22, 1925 in Lookout.

Before the war, she met her loving husband, Roy “Tom” Kincaid, where they married in Montgomery in 1943. After the war they eventually landed in their final hometown of Smithers.

Mary Margaret “Joann” was a woman, ahead of her time, earning her master’s degree in education and being a long-time teacher and principal in the Fayette County education system.

She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star and former past Worthy Grand Matron.

She was also a very loyal member of the First Christian Church of Montgomery.

Her most important milestone is staying married to her husband, Tom, for 77 years. 

She was preceded in death by her parents, Earl and Mary Bryant; sisters, Durrette Hayslett and Ruth “Bobbie” Clendenin; and brothers, Early Bryant Jr. and Sam Flint. 

Surviving is her loving husband of 77 years, Roy “Tom” Kincaid; her children, Sue Kincaid Boyd (Pat) of South Charleston and Thomas “Tom B” Kincaid (Debbie) of St Albans; grandchildren, Traci Boyd Acklin (Brian), Kelli Boyd (Hobie) and Brent Kincaid, all of Charleston, and Alex Lacy (Michael) of Charlotte. She Is also survived by her great-grandchildren, Ben, Philip and Brady Acklin of Charleston, Eleanor and our baby boy, Lacy, due in October, of Charlotte. 

Mary lived a full life and we were all happy to be witness to it.

Service was June 17 at the Montgomery Christian Church with Rev. Jim Smith officiating. Burial followed in Kanawha Valley Memorial Gardens at Glasgow.

The family is requesting memorial donations to be sent to the First Christian Church of Montgomery at 206 6th Avenue, Montgomery, WV 25136.

Expressions of sympathy can be sent at

Arrangements by O’Dell Funeral Home, Montgomery.

Frank LeRose

Frank LeRose, 96, of Boomer, died at CAMC on May 28, 2020 from complications due to COVID19.

Frank graduated with a degree in Chemistry from West Virginia Tech. He later worked as a chemist at DuPont in Belle. 

Frank was a veteran of the U.S. Navy. He served in World War II onboard the USS Massachusetts. Frank was awarded several honors while in the Navy. He was awarded the Pacific Theatre Ribbon “Nine Stars,” the American Theatre Ribbon, the Victory Medal and the Philippines Liberation Ribbon “Two Stars.”

He was preceded in death by his parents, Domenick LeRose and Catherine LeRose (DeMarco); brothers, Mike, Louie, Sam, Tony, Joe, John and Tommy LeRose; and sisters, Mary Scalise and Fannie LeRose. 

Surviving is his brother, Jimmy LeRose of New Albany, Ohio; and his sister, Rose Franciose of Charleston. Other survivors include 31 nieces and nephews, many great-nieces and great-nephews, and great-great-nieces and nephews who all loved their “Uncle Frank.”

Graveside service was held June 2 at Montgomery Memorial Park, London, with 

Rev. Dominikus Baok officiating. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a celebration of Frank’s life will be held at a later date.

The family suggests that memorial contributions be sent to St. Anthony’s Shrine, Boomer WV, 25031.

Expressions of sympathy can be sent at

Arrangements by O’Dell Funeral Home, Montgomery.

Amber Dawn McBrayer

Amber Dawn McBrayer, 40, of Charleston, passed away peacefully on June 5, 2020 at CAMC Memorial with family by her side. She was the daughter of Michael McBrayer and the late Gay Joyce McBrayer.

Amber was a hard working single mother who was very passionate about her children, David, Jennifer, Megan and Michael McBrayer. In addition to her children, she leaves behind a host of family.

A memorial service will be held at a later date, according to Pryor Funeral Home, East Bank.

Carol Marie McBrayer

Carol Marie McBrayer, age 83, of Handley, died June 18, 2020.

She was born Feb. 1, 1937 in Eagle, the daughter of the late Clifford and Mildred Massua Conner. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Donald McBrayer Sr.; her son, Donald McBrayer Jr.; and her daughter, Heather McBrayer.

She was a member of Handley Baptist Church and was a retired radiology tech at Montgomery General Hospital.

Surviving: children, Donna Rader, Philip “Squeak” McBrayer and wife Linda of Handley and Allen McBrayer and wife Laura of Tampa, Florida; and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Service was June 23 at O’Dell Funeral Home, Montgomery, with Pastor James Baldwin officiating. Burial followed in Montgomery Memorial Park at London.

Expressions of sympathy can be sent at

Arrangements by O’Dell Funeral Home, Montgomery.

Harlow Walter McHenry

Harlow Walter McHenry, 98, of Summersville, passed away May 17, 2020 at his home.

He was the son of the late James William and Rose Harlow McHenry and was born at Ramsey on May 18, 1921.

Harlow was the owner of B&H Trucking, a member of the Summersville Masonic Lodge and the Fairview Baptist Church.

He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II, serving in the Philippines and at the invasion of Okinawa and was the recipient of two Bronze Stars.

He was also preceded in death by his wife, Betty A. Shelton McHenry; brothers, Earl, William, Cecil, Glen and Shearl McHenry; and sisters, Lillian Skaggs, Mildred Montmiller, Daisy Thompson and Rosemary Henson.

Surviving are a daughter, Jean A. Hanshaw and husband Dean of Summersville; son, H. Winston McHenry and wife Dale of Buckhannon; sister, Virginia Shelton of Cross Lanes; grandchildren, Kristin Chadwick, W. Joe, Martin and H. Winston McHenry II; great-grandchildren, Morgan, Wyatt, Kylee McHenry and Jackson McHenry; caregivers, Charlotte, Jennifer and Dianna; and special friends, Angie and Mary Nutter.

Graveside services with masonic rites and military honors were conducted May 22 in the Walker Memorial Park at Summersville with Pastor Mike Long officiating.

The family requests donations to Kanawha Hospice or please feed the birds, as Harlow enjoyed.

Online condolences can be sent at

Arrangements by The Waters Funeral Chapel in Summersville.

Jeffery Curtis Morris

Jeffery Curtis Morris, 59, of Adonijah, born March 3, 1961, departed this life on May 29, 2020.

He was a member of Laurel Fork Missionary Baptist Church of Adonijah.

He was the son of Ralph and Leoma (McGraw) Morris. He was preceded in death by his father, Ralph Morris; grandparents, Esmond and Maggie Morris and Tom and Thelma McGraw; and brother-in-law and best friend, Dennis Johnston.

Jeffery is survived by his wife of 32 years, Tammy (Stewart) Morris of Adonijah; sons, Tyler and Jeff Morris of Adonijah; daughter, Leslie (Josh) Davis of Powellton; mother, Leoma (McGraw) Morris of Adonijah; brothers, Bruce and Jamie Morris of Adonijah; sister, Regina (Eugene) Bass of Lizemores; grandchildren, Kylee and Gunner Davis, also of Powellton; and several nieces and nephews.

Jeffery worked in construction and liked being called Indian Jeff.

He enjoyed spending time with his wife looking for arrowheads, mushrooms, ginseng and being in the woods. He was a loving husband, dad, brother, uncle, and friend.

A private graveside service for family will be held at the Morris Family Cemetery, Adonijah. 

Online condolences may be sent to the family at
Arrangements by Pennington Smith Funeral Home, Gauley Bridge.

Billie Morris Parsons

Billie Morris Parsons, age 92, entered into rest May 31, 2020.

He was born Oct. 5, 1927 in Kimberly to Gillie and Minnie Parsons.

Billie married Roena Kincaid Parsons who preceded him in death. He was also preceded by his son, Dennis Parsons.

Billie is survived by son, Gregory (Doris, deceased) Parsons; daughters, Carolyn (John, deceased) Hughes, Jeanette (Gary) Williams and Debbie (Jeff) Seaman; grandchildren, Paul Michael Hughes, Megan Hughes, Billy “Rusty” Parsons, Heather Parsons, Chris Parsons, Todd Parsons, Ricky Parsons, Cindy Williams, Amy Stewart and Staci Elkins; daughter-in-law, Jeanie Parsons; three sisters and one brother and 18 great-grandchildren.

A private graveside service for family will be held at Kanawha Valley Memorial Gardens, Glasgow. In lieu of flowers or food, the family requests donations be made to Hubbard Hospice House,

Online condolences may be sent to the family at
Arrangements by Pennington-Smith Funeral Home, Gauley Bridge.

Marilyn Joan Wilson Potts

Marilyn Joan Wilson Potts, 75, of Oak Hill, died June 9, 2020, at Bowers Hospice House in Beckley.

Born Aug. 7, 1944, in Page, she was the daughter of the late Marshall A. and Georgia K. Arrington Wilson.

Joan was a graduate of Montgomery High School.

She worked as a records clerk for Blue Cross/Blue Shield in Delaware and had attended several area churches.

She was preceded in death by a son, Gregory Smith; sister, Carolyn McCarthy; and brothers, Kenneth (Spike) Wilson and Larry Wayne Wilson

Survivors include son, Steven Smith of Oak Hill; brother, Donnie A. Wilson and wife Carolyn; and several nieces and nephews.

Graveside rites and committal service, followed by burial, were June 12 at High Lawn Memorial Park in Oak Hill, with Pastor Mike Kees officiating.

Online condolences may be sent at

Arrangements by Tyree Funeral Home, Oak Hill.

James Land Settle

With his devoted wife by his side, James Land Settle, 81, of Wriston, known to all as Jim, earned his wings on June 15, 2020.

Born March 21, 1939 at Wriston, he was the son of the late Herbert L. and Ella Merle Pennington Settle.

Jim was a Navy veteran, having served on the USS Intrepid.

He retired from the City of Oak Hill.

Jim surrendered his life to the Lord in the late ’70s and has been a faithful servant since then. Jim was a deacon, trustee and van driver for Page Baptist Church. He and his wife sang at many local churches and on WJLS.

On Sept. 5, 1959, Jim struck the gold mine when he married his devoted wife, Eva Mae Copley Settle. Together, they had six children, 11 grandchildren, and 19 great-grandchildren.

To know Jim was to love him. He would do anything for anyone. He was kind and gentle yet loud and strong. He loved to talk and was a talented carpenter. He never met a stranger and picked at everyone.

Those left to cherish his memories are his loving wife, Eva; children, Marlene, Timothy and wife Judy, Kevin and wife Penny, Celestial and husband Joey, and Nick Settle; grandchildren, Joseph and Elizabeth, Mary, Jennifer and Jessica, Timothy “Spud” and Summer, Kevin and Quartney, and Emily and Holly; 18 great-grandchildren; his brother, Johnny; and sister, Patsy.

He was preceded in death by a son, Robert “Bob” Settle; and great-granddaughter, Montana Rose.

Services were June 17 at Page Baptist Church with Pastor Ron Moore and Pastor Delmas Wolfe officiating. Jim will be cremated following the service.

Donations of sympathy may be made to Page Baptist Church, PO Box 278, Page WV 25152.  

Online condolences may be sent at

Arrangements by Tyree Funeral Home, Oak Hill.

Verna June Wolfe

Verna June Wolfe, or as everyone knew her, June, passed away on May 27, 2020 at CAMC Memorial from complications due to metastatic breast cancer. She had family and a friend by her side. Thankfully, she did not pass alone.

June was a devout Jehovah’s Witness for 47 years. She loved her friends and family, and the feelings were mutual. She will be loved and missed.

June is survived by brother, Douglas Wolfe of Lubbock, Texas; sister, Patti (Wolfe) Baker of Hurricane; niece and nephew, Lisa Stephens of Hamlin and Scott Baker of Hurricane; niece and nephew, Dougie Wolfe of Levelland, Texas and Jenny Stone of Lubbock, Texas, along with several great nieces and nephews.

A Zoom virtual memorial service was held for family and friends on June 6 with Joe Bentley officiating.

Expressions of sympathy can be sent at

Arrangements by O’Dell Funeral Home, Montgomery.

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