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EXTRA ONLINE EDITION Quiltmaker Jerry Adkins of Hurricane received a first place award and Best of Show Award for this quilt titled Fresh and Bold. Photo courtesy of West Virginia Division of Culture and History
Local quilmaker recognized with Best of Show award HURRICANE – Quiltmaker Jerry Adkins of Hurricane recently received a first place and Best of Show Award during the West Virginia Division of Culture and History’s annual exhibition, Quilts and Wall Hangings 2012. The exhibition is on display in the Great Hall and the south wing of the Culture Center, State Capitol Complex in Charleston. The crowd-pleasing juried exhibition features 55 exquisite quilts and wall hangings representing the talents of West Virginia quilters. Quiltmaking is one of West Virginia’s oldest and most treasured art forms, and this annual display is a favorite with visitors from all over the United States and abroad. The exhibit will be on display through Sept. 3. The exhibition includes work by 44 quilters from 18 counties. Winners were selected in four categories: pieced quilts, appliqued quilts, mixed/other quilts and wall hangings. Awards were presented at 7 p.m., May 25, during the Friday evening concert of the Vandalia Gathering. Quilt awards are $750 for first place, $400 for second place, SEE QUILT ON PAGE 3
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Putnam seniors have annual picnic at Valley Park STAFF REPORT HURRICANE – More than 300 senior citizens from all over Putnam County gathered on Friday, June 15, for the Putnam Aging Program’s Annual Senior Picnic. Co-sponsored by the City of Hurricane, the picnic was held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Valley Park in Hurricane. Sally Halstead, director of the John Henson Senior Center in Hurricane, said the event is the largest gathering of the year for Putnam County seniors. In addition to a free, hot meal, seniors who came to the picnic were treated to free live musical entertainment, and door prize giveaways. Door prizes ran the gamut from free hams to free American Flags, and included a grand prize of a 1 day badge to attend the upcoming Greenbrier Classic Golf Tournament. The picnic also featured free blood screenings and informational booths from area organizations who provide services to seniors.
More than 300 Putnam County senior citizens turned out for the Putnam Aging Program's Annual Senior Picnic on Friday at Valley Park in Hurricane. Photo by Jack Bailey The annual picnic was sponsored by the Putnam Aging Program and the City of Hurri-
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(304) 755-2385 or visit the group's website at www.putnamaging.com.
Nitro attorney Harvey Peyton makes art donation to WVU SUBMITTED ARTICLE NITRO — West Virginia University alumnus and Nitro attorney Harvey Peyton’s love of art has resulted in many generous gifts to the University art collection over the years. His most recent gift is the 30th work of art he has presented to the University, followed by a financial commitment for the new Art Museum of WVU. Peyton’s generosity will be recognized with a patio space
named for him at the Museum Education Center. Peyton and his wife, Jennifer, recently donated a 1939 lithographic print by Russian-born artist Louis Lozowick (18921973) titled “Derricks and Men (Riding the Girder).” His contributions over the years have included mostly paintings, but also prints, drawings and mixed-media works by artists such as George Ames Aldrich, Wayman Adams,
Pauline Palmer, Emil Bisttram, William Robinson Leigh, Werner Drewes, Grant Wood, Carl Holty, Philip Evergood, Harry Sternberg, Riva Helfond and Bernarda Bryson-Shahn, among others. His gifts of works by West Virginia artist Blanche Lazzell have helped make the Art Museum of WVU the holder of the largest public collection of Lazzell’s art. "We are grateful for Harvey Peyton's generous gifts over the years that have expanded and
strengthened the art collection immensely,” said Joyce Ice, director of the Art Museum of WVU. “He has great enthusiasm and appreciation for art, and enjoys learning about, collecting, and sharing it. Harvey also has a good eye for museum-quality pieces. We are thrilled that he has now chosen to support the Art Museum's capital project with a SEE PEYTON ON PAGE 3
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Page 2 – June 18, 2012 Buffalo Church of God Vacation Bible School Monday, June 25 – Friday, June 29 from 6:30 – 8:45 PM Theme: Sonrise National Park Classes: Nursery – Teen Pastor Jake Eldridge welcomes you
Buffalo July 4th Celebration! Buffalo’s July 4th celebration will be held Wednesday, July 4th, starting at 1 p.m. with a parade. All day musical groups, inflatable’s and games plus fireworks at 10 p.m. For more information or to rent a booth space, call Barbara 304-937-2452.
Winfield Lions Club building Available to Rent The Winfield Lions Club building is available to rent for showers, birthday parties and other functions. Overlooking the Kanawha River, with an outdoor grilling area and picnic space available, the building is air-conditioned, has a complete kitchen and seats up to 50. For rates and more information, call 304-7555539.
First Baptist Church of St. Albans to hold VBS The First Baptist Church of St. Albans invites children to SKY: EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE WITH GOD (Mark 10:27). A summer kids’ event Vacation Bible School called Sky will be hosted at First Baptist Church of St. Albans, Sixth Ave. and Second St., from June 25 to June 29. At Sky, faith and imagination soar as kids discover that everything is possible with God. Kids participate in memorable Bible-learning activities, sing catchy songs, play teamworkbuilding games, make and dig into yummy treats, experience electrifying Bible adventures, collect Bible Memory Buddies to
Community Calendar remind them to trust God, and test out Sciency-Fun Gizmos they’ll take home and play with all summer long. Plus, kids will learn to look for evidence of God all around them through something called God Sightings. Each day concludes with Fly Away Finale – a celebration that gets everyone involved in living what they’ve learned. Sky is for kids from Kindergarten to Sixth Grade and will run from 9 am to noon each day. For more information call 304727-4661 or register online at www.groupvbspro.com/vbs/ez/f bc.
Let’s Decorate for the 4th of July! The Buffalo Citizens Action Committee encourages the residents of Buffalo to decorate the street signs for the 4th of July celebration. If you are interested or need additional information contact Linda 304-937-3427.
Rental Space Available Milton fire department rents out the building for special occasions such as birthday parties, showers, reunions, etc. For rental information, call Kenney-304743-6994.
Boy Scout Troop seeks Members Boy Scout Troop 36, based in Hurricane, invites area youth to come to a meeting and learn more about scouting. The troop stays active with camp outs, summer camp, games, food drives, community service projects and more. The troop meets at 6:30 p.m. every Monday at the First Baptist Church of Hurricane, 2635 Main St., Hurricane. For more information, call David Miller, 304-562-9271 ext. 6115, or Steve Caldwell, 304-5629233.
Bob Thompson to perform at FireSide Grille Bob Thompson is scheduled to perform at the FireSide Grille, 4170 W.Va. 34, Teays Valley, on Thursday, June 28.
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SAHS Class of 1961 Picnic SAHS Class of 1961 will have a picnic on Saturday, July 14, at 4 p.m. at Curry River Center in Tor nado. Everyone is to bring their own chair, a dessert and vegetable. Meat and drinks will be provided. For info contact Sharron Tyer Rogers at 727-0630 or firstname.lastname@example.org, Janet Jones Wehrle at 727-3333, or Mary Scholl Carr at 727-7665 or email@example.com.
FamilyCare HealthCenter’s Monthly Diabetes Classes Our Certified Diabetes Educator, Grace Gibson, teaches about helps those who want to learn more about diabetes, meal planning, medications, and complication prevention in a relaxed atmosphere. Attendance is free; giveaways and refreshments are provided. Registration is requested. Teays Valley FamilyCare Office (call 304-421-3690 to register) Thursday, June 21 from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, July 25 from 9:00 a.m. – 12 noon.
Mayberry Days Annual Car Show Mayberry Days Annual Car Show will be held Saturday, June 23rd from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The Wyngate, 750 Peyton Street, Barboursville. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and there is a $5.00 fee. Awards presented at 1 pm. There will be door prizes, a free cook-out and inflatables throughout the day. Come and enjoy good ol’ fashioned family fun! For more information, contact Chris Hall at 304-733-6800.
Attention Putnam County Seniors Farmers Market Vouchers will be given out Monday, July 2nd from 9 am – 1 pm at all Putnam Senior Centers. All seniors must bring identification! Buffalo Senior Center, #48 Wrights Lane in Buffalo, phone 304-937-3352 Hometown Senior Center, 100 -1st Ave in Hometown, phone 304-937-3352 John Henson Senior Center,
2800 Putnam Avenue in Hurricane, phone 304-562-9451 Nitro (Putnam), 302 21st Street in Nitro, phone 304-755-7592.
Do you enjoy working with Children? And want to work out of your own home? Then home-based child care is the ticket for you. As a home child care provider you have the luxury of making your own flexible schedule and being your own boss. More importantly, you have the power to make a positive difference in the lives of many young children. You must be 18 years of age or older and your home must meet the state requirements. If interested please call Link Child Care Resource and Referral Agency today at 1-800-894-9540 or 304-523-9540. In the Logan, Boone, and Mingo area, please call 1-304-752-3932.
Robert Trippett & The Starlite Band performs at Milton VFD Robert Trippett & The Starlite Band performs at the Milton Vol. Fire Dept. - 341 E. Main Street, Milton, WV - every Friday from 7pm to 10pm; Concessions available; $6 per person, children under 10 free. Band members include: Junior Mayes, Jason Jeffers, Wandell Huffman and Jim Lister. Door prizes and 50/50 drawings. For information call, Robert Trippett at 304-576-2332 or 304576-2076.
Caregiver Support Program The Family Caregiver Support Program offers support, training and relief to those providing fulltime caregiving for a loved one. Services include in-home respite and counseling. Putnam Aging, the West Virginia Bureau of Senior Services and the Metro Area Agency on Aging sponsors the program. For more information, contact Sally Halstead, 304-562-9451.
Car & Bike Show! Mark your calendar now for the 4th Annual Point Pleasant River Museum Car and Bike Show, to be held Saturday July 14, 2012 at 28 Main Street, Point Pleasant, WV (across from TuEndie-Wei State Park).
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The Putnam Standard Registration time will begin at 9:00 am with the Show being held from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm. This Benefit for the Point Pleasant River Museum, will offer food and drinks, music & awards, great door prizes and a 50/50 drawing. Classes are: 1985 & newer; 1984 & older; Motorcycle and Motorized bikes. There is a $10.00 entry fee. For more information, please contact: Jack Fowler or Ruth Fout at 304-674-0144.
Hometown Senior Center offers Many Activities! The Hometown Senior Center offers many activities and folks would love for YOU to stop in and say ‘hello’ at the Center. Call 304-586-2745.
Last Call for Music Camp Last call for Music Camp offered at First Baptist Church, St. Albans for children entering grades 2 - 7 as of September 2012. The Camp is July 16-20, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. daily at the church. Children participate in choral singing, handbells, playing Orff instruments, a basic music theory class, Bible class, introduction to orchestral instruments, and recreation as well as optional classes for Guitar, Drums, and Pipe Organ, and Interpretive Movement. The Camp children will present a music program at the church’s Sunday evening worship on July 22. Attendance at the Sunday presentation is a requirement to attend the Camp. Openings remain in grades 4, 6 and 7. Tuition for the camp is $37 per child with family rates available. For further information or registration, go to www.musiccampfbc.com or call the church at 304-727-4661 between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Registration deadline is June 27.
St. Francis Bingo St. Francis Church at 525 Holley Street, St. Albans holds Bingo every Monday evening beginning with Early Birds at 5pm. Concessions are available. Please call (304) 727-3033 for more information.
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PEYTON FROM PAGE 1 financial contribution as well." Peyton graduated from WVU in 1971 with a bachelor’s degree in English and received his Doctor of Jurisprudence from the WVU College of Law in 1974, where he was lead articles editor of the West Virginia Law Review and was honored with the Order of the Coif. He has been practicing law for 35 years at Peyton Law Firm, which he founded, with offices in Nitro, Putnam County. "Everything that I have gained professionally and much of what I have experienced personally came to me as a result of my experience at West Virginia University,” Peyton said. “I deeply love this institution and if I can do some small thing to help this school obtain a greater level of excellence, I consider it a privilege. “The construction of a freestanding art museum will present a venue allowing all of us to experience the greatness of the WVU art collection, while giving our students the opportunity to enrich themselves and develop career paths in the arts. For that we will all be better off. That is the reason I make this gift." Peyton has served on the
QUILT FROM PAGE 1 and $300 for third place. The Wall Hanging awards are $400 for first place, $300 for second place and $200 for third place. The Division also made two purchase awards, one quilt and one wall hanging, and the judge designated a Best of Show prize of $100. In addition, seven non-monetary honorable mention distinctions were made. “The quilt exhibition in the Great Hall is one of our most popular and colorful exhibitions,” said Commissioner Randall ReidSmith of the Division. “Visitors enjoy the fine handiwork of West Virginians whose creativity and appreciation of tradition are showcased in the quilts and wall hangings we feature.” Linda McCuean of New Galilee, Pa. served as judge for this year’s
(Top left photo) Jennifer and Harvey Peyton recently donated Louis Lozowick’s print Derricks and Men (Riding the Girder), 1939, lithograph on paper to West Virginia University. Courtesy photos Board of Directors of The Avampato Discovery Museum at the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences in Charleston, the Board of Directors of the Putnam County Museum in the Community, and the Board of Directors of the Sunrise Museum in Charleston.
exhibition. She learned to sew at age 9 in a 4-H club and has been making quilts for more than 30 years. Her wholecloth quilt “Bella” was the winner of the inaugural $100,000 Quilting Challenge and has been awarded the status of Masterpiece Quilt, the first longarm-quilted quilt to receive the distinction. McCuean teaches longarm quilting techniques across the country each year. Other quiltmakers from Putnam County whose work is featured in the exhibition includes: • Susan Amos, of Hurricane. who received a first place award in the Mixed/Other category; • Jean Boggess, of Hurricane, who received a third place award in the Wall Hanging category; and • Emma Lockart, of Red House, who received an honorable mention in the Wall Hanging category.
He is a member of the Collections Committee of the Huntington Museum of Art and a former president of The Juliet Museum of Art Collectors Club. Peyton is a past president of the West Virginia Trial Lawyers Association.
He is a Fellow of the West Virginia Bar Foundation, a Dean’s Partner with the West Virginia University College of Law and a member of the Board of Governors of the West Virginia Association for Justice. In 2004 he was the recipient of
June 18, 2012 – Page 3 the Kathie C. Peyton Volunteerism Award for outstanding non-profit volunteer work in the Kanawha Valley. Peyton’s art collection of nearly 200 pieces is mostly 20th-century American art. Many of the works hang either in the Nitro offices of the Peyton Law Firm or are available for personal viewing or loan to academic, civic and cultural-interest groups. His collection, primarily nonobjective works with an emphasis on the artists of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s, also features outstanding examples of contemporary work by West Virginia artists. Peyton has donated a considerable array of artwork to publicaccess sites such as WVU, the Sunrise Museum, Spelman College Museum of Fine Art and others. See the Peyton Law Firm Online Art Gallery: http://www.peytonlawfirm.com/Art-Collection/ Peyton’s contribution was made in conjunction with A State of Minds: The Campaign for West Virginia’s University. The $750 million comprehensive campaign being conducted by the WVU Foundation on behalf of the University runs through December 2015.
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Putnam residents among annual ‘Big Buck’ contest winners SUBMITTED ARTICLE SOUTH CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (WVDNR) has announced the winners of the 2011 West Virginia Big Buck Contest, according to Gene Thorn, chairman of the West Virginia Big Buck Contest Review Committee. The contest is cosponsored by WVDNR, Izaak Walton League of West Virginia, West Virginia Bowhunters Association, West Virginia Muzzle Loaders Association, West Virginia Physically Challenged Advisory Board and Toyota to recognize sportsmen and women who take an extraordinarily big antlered buck in West Virginia. This past year, 242 hunters had their deer antlers scored at one of the six WVDNR district offices, field offices, or the West Virginia Hunting and Fishing Show in Charleston. Hunters who took 106 big bucks with
gun, muzzleloader, bow, or crossbow (Class Y permit holders) that met the score minimums and other requirements participated in the 2011 Big Buck Contest. Gun Catergory Twenty-eight bucks killed by gun hunters scored above 140 points (typical) or 165 points (non-typical). In the TypicalGun category, the winner was Jonah Adkins from Branchland, West Virginia, with an 11-point buck killed in Lincoln County that scored 163 1/8. The winner this year in the Non-typical Gun category was Brandon Dishner from Athens, West Virginia, with a big 19-point buck from Mercer County that scored 165 4/8. Muzzleloader Category Two muzzleloader hunters killed bucks that scored above 140 points (typical) or 165 points (non-typical). William Fry of Loudonville, Ohio, took a 12-point Ritchie County buck that scored 149 5/8 and was top
of the list in the Typical-Muzzleloader category. There was no non-typical buck taken with the muzzleloader this year that met the minimum score. Bow Category Bowhunters killed 73 deer that scored above 125 points (typical) or 155 points (nontypical). The winner of the Typical-Bow category was David Miller of Hurricane, West Virginia, with a whopper 12-point buck from Mingo County that scored 171 6/8. David’s buck took over the Number 4 position for Typical Bow kills in the list that ranks the top five buck scores for all time in West Virginia. The Non-typical Bow category winner was Charles Daniel from Hurricane, West Virginia with a big 15-point buck from Cabell County that scored 169 1/8. Physically Challenged Crossbow Category Two bucks were killed by physically-challenged crossbow
hunters that scored above 125 points (typical) or 155 points The Typical(non-typical). Crossbow category winner was Freddie Houchins of Pineville, West Virginia with a 10-point Wyoming County buck that scored 151 1/8. There was no non-typical buck taken with the crossbow this year that met the minimum score. The Boone and Crockett Club or Pope and Young Club rating systems are used to score bucks, depending upon the method of harvest. The Boone and Crockett Club guidelines are used to score deer harvested with a firearm, muzzleloader or crossbow (used by physically-challenged hunters with a Class Y Permit). Certificates are presented for racks scoring at least 140 points typical or 165 points non-typical for firearms and muzzleloaders and scoring at least 125 points typical or 155 points
non-typical for crossbow. Deer harvested with a bow are measured according to Pope and Young Club standards, and they are recognized with a certificate for racks scoring at least 125 points typical or 155 points non-typical. The winner in each category will receive a plaque during the 2012 National Hunting and Fishing Day Celebration held the last weekend of September at Stonewall Resort State Park in Lewis County. A list of all bucks meeting the minimum qualifications is posted on the Big Buck Contest page of the WVDNR’s website: http://www.wvdnr.gov/hunting/BigBuckContest.shtm. “The Big Buck Contest Committee congratulates all the hunters who took bucks that qualified for this year’s contest,” Thorn said. “We also thank all the hunters who participated and had antlers scored this past year.”
Western Conservation District sponsoring photo contest SUBMITTED ARTICLE The Western Conservation District is sponsoring its 13th annual conservation photo contest for youth and adults. The photo contest is in conjunction with the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD), NACD Auxiliary and the Virginia Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts annual Photo Contest. Each first place national winner will receive a $50 cash prize. Categories for the contest are:
Conservation Practices, Close Up Conservation, Conservation in Action, Agriculture/Conservation Across America, and Youth only (for ages up to 18). The contest is for amateur photographers who earn less than 50 percent of their income from photography. The District requires that all photographs submitted be of events, people, areas, etc. within the boundaries of Jackson, Mason or Putnam counties. Photos will not be returned
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and will become the property of WCD and NACD. Black/white, color or digital prints are acceptable. Images must not have been digitally altered other than cropping. Photos are to be no larger than 8 x 10 and should not be matted or framed. To enter the Western CD contest you must be a resident of Jackson, Mason or Putnam counties. Please attach a 3 x 5 note card to the back of the photo with the following: Photographer’s name, age, address and phone number;
title of photograph; category of photo for judging purposes: ( Adult categories are for 18 years or older as of June, 1 2012 ); categories are: Conservation Practice, Close Up Conservation, Conservation in Action, Ag/Conservation Across America or Youth category(must supply age for youth category) ; Subject - include names and titles of each person in photo; location, identify where the photo was taken; description of what photo is showing; and approximate date of photo.
Awards will be provided to the first overall, second overall, and third overall by the District. All entries must be received by 3:00 p.m. on July 9 at the Western Conservation District office. Entries can be mailed or dropped off at the Western Conservation District office at 224C First Street, Point Pleasant, WV 25550. Each participant may enter up to but no more than three photographs. Additional information can be found on www.nacdnet.org and www.wvca.us Education link.
Six Putnam students make Dean’s List at FSU SUBMITTED ARTICLE FAIRMONT -- Six Putnam County students have been named to the Dean’s List at Fairmont State University after completing the spring 2012 semester. Dr. Christina Lavorata, Interim
Provost of Fairmont State University and Vice President for Academic Affairs, has released the Dean’s List. A total of 1,172 students are being recognized for academic distinction by earning a 3.4 or
better grade point average. Students achieving a perfect 4.0 grade point average also have been named to the President’s List. President’s List Rachel Ashley, Scott Depot Emily Daly, Scott Depot Crystal Johnson, Fraziers Bottom Dean’s List Colton Justice, Winfield Caitlin Teetor, Scott Depot Brittany Williams, Eleanor Founded in 1865 as a private institution dedicated to educating teachers, FSU has a long history of academic excellence. Visit www.fairmontstate.edu.
The Putnam Standard DOYLE R. BOGGESS JR. JOHN THOMAS "JAY" ERRETT ELIZABETH JANE FRAZIER DAWN ROGERS GARRETT CHAD ALFRED HERDMAN GAYLORD GENE HERDMAN JERRY L. JIVIDEN BOBBIE J. LETT ROY LEWIS LLOYD RICHARD LEE PIERCE LELAND HAROLD THOMPSON PHILLIP R. TRIPLETT ANGELA T. YOUNG
DOYLE R. BOGGESS JR. Doyle R. Boggess Jr., 52, of Charleston, departed this life on Sunday, June 10, 2012, at Hubbard Hospice House. He was born August 4, 1959, at St. Francis Hospital, Charleston, the son of Glenda Boggess of Nitro and the late Doyle R. Boggess Sr. He was also preceded in death by his grandparents, Dempsey and Mary Boggess and Denver and Marvel Browning. Doyle was a graduate of Winfield High School. He worked various types of construction throughout his life. He was a lifetime member of the Fraternal Order of Police, Capital City Lodge No. 74. He also found immense joy in hunting, camping and NASCAR. Doyle had a kind soul, and was always willing to help his family and friends. Doyle had given his life to the Lord. In addition to his mother, Doyle is survived by his wife, Pat Boggess; sister, Kim and husband, Pete Torrico, of Beckley; brothers, the Rev. Steve and wife, Linda Boggess, of Gassaway and Jarrell Boggess of Logan; daughter, Jamie and husband, Brian Doughty, of Charleston; son, Patrick and wife, Debbie Good, of Brunswick, Ga.; grandchildren, Grace Doughty of Charleston and Megan and Ryan Good of Georgia; and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The family would like to thank the many family members and friends who have shown their love and support over the past months, especially his close friend, Bill Hart. A tribute to the life of Doyle Ray Boggess Jr. was held Thursday, June 14, at Gatens-Harding Funeral Chapel. The family asks that memorial contributions are made to Kanawha Hospice, 1606 Kanawha Blvd. W., Charleston, WV 25387-2536, in Doyle's name. Gatens-Harding Funeral Home, Poca, assisted the Boggess family. Online condolences may be sent to www.hardingfamilygroup.com.
JOHN THOMAS "JAY" ERRETT John Thomas "Jay" Errett, 62, of Buffalo passed away on Saturday, June 9, 2012, at Hubbard Hospice House West at Thomas Memorial Hospital following a
long illness. He was a 1968 graduate of Buffalo High School, a member of the Buffalo Presbyterian Church, and a member of Laborer's Local Union No. 1353, Charleston. Jay was a former Buffalo Town Council member, having served for many years. Many also knew him from his years as manager of the Buffalo Exxon, and Country Mart and Lanes in Leon. Jay was also a former coach in the North Putnam girlsâ€™ softball league. Born February 5, 1950, he was the son of the late Samuel E. Errett Jr. and Ruth Martin Errett. He is survived by his loving wife of 18 years, Kristin Errett; a son, Sean Errett of Buffalo; sisters, Sharon Errett of Charleston, and Kay Errett of Leon; brothers, Samuel E. (Lois) Errett III of Eleanor, and Bill (Loretta) Errett of Buffalo; and a host of family and friends. Funeral services were held Wednesday, June 13, 2012, at Raynes Funeral Home, Buffalo, with Pastor Denver Tucker, Pastor Woody Willard, and Pastor David Panaro Jr. officiating. Burial followed in Walker Chapel Church Cemetery, Robertsburg. Online condolences may be sent to the Errett family and the online guestbook signed by visiting www.raynesfuneralhome.com. Raynes Funeral Home, Buffalo, was in charge of arrangements.
ELIZABETH JANE FRAZIER Elizabeth Jane Frazier, 80, formerly of Fraziers Bottom, passed away peacefully on Sunday, June 10, 2012. Jane grew up in West Virginia and raised her family here, but called Cornelius, N.C., home for the last 20 years of her life. She was a lifelong homemaker, and a very caring mother and grandmother. She enjoyed doing much volunteer work over the years, and particularly valued her time at Habitat for Humanity in Cornelius, and treasured her friendships with her co-workers there. She also was a longtime volunteer at Lake Norman Hospital, where she received generous and tender care in her final days. She is survived by three children and their families, Larry Frazier and his wife, Karla, of Advance, N.C., Brad Frazier and his wife, Kay, of Cornelius, N.C., and Patty Gayhart and her husband, Jim, of Cincinnati, Ohio; and stepson, John Frazier and his wife, Jane, of Flint, Mich. She was a very proud grandmother to 10
grandchildren, and just celebrated the birth of her first greatgrandchild this week. A graveside service was held Thursday, June 14, 2012, at Fraziers Bottom United Methodist Church. Chapman Funeral Home, Teays Valley, was in charge of arrangements. The family would like to thank the staff of Churchill Assisted Living for their special and loving care in recent months. Memorial donations may be made to Fraziers Bottom United Methodist Church Cemetery Fund, 236 Stave Branch Road, Fraziers Bottom, WV 25082.
DAWN ROGERS GARRETT Dawn Rogers Garrett, 58, of St. Albans went to be with the Lord on June 7, 2012, due to natural causes. She was the oldest daughter of the late Roscoe and Katherine Rogers. Her childhood was spent traveling the world as an "army brat." She had the opportunity to call Saigon, Vietnam and Verona, Italy, home then later, after living all over the U.S., her parents settled in Virginia, later retiring in their home state of West Virginia. She was a graduate of Cave Springs High School, Roanoke, Va. Most of her adult life she was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. Dawn often said that being a mother was the hardest and most wonderful job she ever had! Dawn was a devout Christian whose faith in Jesus Christ was her driving force. A devoted member of The Crossing Church of St. Albans, she had also attended St. Andrew United Methodist Church for several years. Her church family was as precious to her as she was to them. She profoundly impacted everyone she met with her loving spirit and kindness. Her door was always open to her friends, family and friends of her family! In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her beautiful daughters, Amber Garrett Arellano of Pompano Beach, Fla., in 2010, and Katherine "Katie" Garrett of St. Albans in April of 2012. She is survived by her husband of almost 34 years, William 'Bill' Garrett Sr.; a son, William 'Will' Garrett Jr. and wife, Michelle, of Charles Town; four grandsons, Harrison Garrett, Ryan Arellano, Matthew Arellano, and Michael
June 18, 2012 â€“ Page 5 Arellano; and sister, Ahngela Rogers Eggers (Gary) of WinstonSalem, N.C. Funeral services were held Sunday, June 10, at The Crossing (formerly Trinity Baptist Church) with Pastor Stan Smith officiating. Online condolences may also be made by visiting www.bartlettchapmanfuneralhome.com. The family wishes that donations are made to The Crossing Church, St. Albans, in Dawn's honor. Bartlett-Chapman Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
CHAD ALFRED HERDMAN Chad Alfred Herdman, 27, of Eleanor passed away on Friday, June 8, 2012, as a result of injuries he sustained in an automobile accident. He was a 2002 graduate of Buffalo High School, had an excellent sense of humor, and loved music and poetry. Born July 25, 1984, he was the son of Carol Herdman and Betty Hanshaw Herdman. He was preceded in death by maternal grandparents, Alfred and Lorine Hanshaw; paternal grandparents, Ray and Gladys Herdman; as well as a half brother, Larry Herdman. In addition to his parents, Chad is survived by a brother, Chris Herdman of Winfield; sisters, Cheryl Herdman of Poca, and Charlotte Martin of Midway; half brother, Wayne Herdman of Buffalo; half sisters, June Tucker of Buffalo, and Karen Herdman of Point Pleasant. The Herdman family would like to thank Chad's many friends for their love and contributions to his happiness. "Huey" loved you all dearly and loved to share stories of your times together. Thank you so much for your loyalty to him and for making him smile and know that he was loved. Funeral services were held Tuesday, June 12, 2012, at Raynes Funeral Home Eleanor Chapel. Burial followed in Beech Grove Cemetery, Eleanor. Online condolences may be sent to the Herdman family and
the online guestbook signed by visiting www.raynesfuneralhome.com. Raynes Funeral Home Eleanor Chapel, Eleanor, was in charge of arrangements.
GAYLORD GENE HERDMAN Gaylord Gene Herdman, 78, of Leon, died June 6, 2012, following an extended illness. Funeral services were held Saturday, June 9, at Casto Funeral Home, Evans.
JERRY L. JIVIDEN Mr. Jerry L. Jividen, 64, of Poca, passed away Saturday, June 9, 2012, at CAMC Memorial division. Jerry retired from Orders and Haynes Paving after 25 years. He was an avid hunter, fisherman and NASCAR fan. He was a member of the Putnam County Sportsman Club and the Operating Engineers Local No. 132. He attended Faith Independent Church in Black Betsy. Jerry was preceded in death by his parents, Opha Arnold and Edith Essie French Jividen; brother, Glen Jividen; and sister, Inogene Wilson. He is survived by his loving wife of 46 years, Tamma Davis Jividen; daughter, Jeri Lyn Jividen of Poca; two sons, Jason Keith and Jeremy Lincoln Jividen, both of Poca; three sisters, Kathlyn Popovich of Shelby, N.C., Evelyn Wilson of Eleanor and Anna Hutchison of Poca; three brothers, Leroy of Shelby, N.C., Johnny of Chatsworth, Ga., and Danny Jividen of Poca; four grandchildren, Whitney, Chelsie, Morgan and Logan; and one great-grandson, Timmy. He is also survived by a host of family and friends. A tribute to the life of Jerry L. Jividen was held Saturday, June 16, at Gatens-Harding Funeral Home Chapel, Poca. Gatens-Harding Funeral Home, Poca, assisted the Jividen family. Online condolences may be sent to www.hardingfamilygroup.com.
BOBBIE J. LETT Mr. Bobbie J. Lett, 79, of Ban-
Page 6 – June 18, 2012 croft, passed away June 7, 2012, at Hubbard Hospice House. Bobbie lived in the area his whole life. He was a member of the first Poca High School championship football team in 1950. He was a retired truck driver from Bell Lines/Smith Transfer, working from 1953 until 1988. While driving, he won the state truckers rodeo three times, going on to finish eighth in the nationals on two of these wins. He was an avid bowler, NASCAR and football fan. Bobbie was preceded in death by his high school sweetheart and loving wife of 56 years, Mary Jane Wolfe Lett; parents, Chester and Elsie Tucker Lett; son, Stanley Dale Lett; brother, Clarence "Bancy" Lett; and sister, Evelyn Lett LeMasters. He is survived by his son, Terry and wife, Mona Lett, of Poca; grandchildren, Jason Lett of Poca, Tara Jo Lett (Scott) Honaker of Nashville, Tenn., Travis (Beth) Lett of Poca and Jessica Lett of Poca; and six great-grandchildren. The family wants to express their sincere thanks for the help and visits during Bobbie's illness. Also, they want to give special thanks to Shirley and Leann. A tribute to the life of Bobbie J. Lett was held Sunday, June 10, at Gatens-Harding Funeral Chapel with Pastor Delbert Hawley officiating. Burial was held Monday, June 11, in Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens. Gatens-Harding Funeral
Home, Poca, assisted the Lett family. Online condolences may be sent to www.hardingfamilygroup.com.
ROY LEWIS LLOYD Roy Lewis Lloyd, 92, of Upland, Mason County, died after a brief and sudden illness on Sunday, June 10, 2012. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth (Meadows) Lloyd, and son, David (Angie) of Upland. He was predeceased by first wife, Maxine (Gibbs) Lloyd, mother of son, Bill (Sharon) Lloyd of New Haven, and daughter, Marcia (Jim) Plants of Mount Alto. Surviving stepchildren include Debbie Watterson (Mark) Czewski of Upland and Johnny (Terri), Charlie (Renee) and Rusty (Donna) Watterson, all of Apple Grove. Surviving grandchildren include Wynston and Abigail Lloyd of Upland, Jeremy "JT" (Heather) and Joel (Amber) Lloyd of New Haven, Jennifer (Lloyd) Board of Hartford and Jessica Plants of Mount Alto. Surviving step-grandchildren include Rob (Stacey) Salvino of Murrells Inlet, S.C., Joe (Angie) Salvino of Las Vegas, Nev., Tara (John) Patrick of Flatwoods, Ky., Rachael Fox of Huntington, Trey and Hannah Watterson of Apple Grove, Alicia (David) Russell of Point Pleasant, Bethany, Derrick (Loren) and Garrett (Whitney) Watterson of Mason County and Megan and Morgan Watterson of Apple
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Grove. Six great-grandchildren and seven step-greatgrandchildren also survive. Born March 19, 1920, in Mount Alto, to the late Luther Lloyd and Mattie Durst Lloyd, Roy was an only child. He spent his early youth in Ohio, where the young family thrived until both parents became seriously ill. By age 7, he was sent to live with his Grandmother Durst on the family farm in West Virginia, where food was plentiful in an area and time when this was not always the case. A World War II Veteran, Mr. Lloyd was awarded the Bronze Star while serving in the 1st Infantry Division (Big Red 1) of the United States Army during the Battle of the Bulge. Immediately after the war, and during the Nuremburg Trials in Germany, he briefly guarded Hermann Goering, second-incommand to Nazi leader, Adolf Hitler. Before returning home from military service in Europe, Roy relocated from Bavaria, Germany, to the French Alps region of France, where he was permitted to further his education at the University of Grenoble. An avid baseball player during his youth and into his early years before the war while attending Marshall College (later, University) in Huntington, Roy returned to school with the help of the G.I. Bill. He pursued his passion for learning over the years, completing his education and earning advanced degrees. A well-liked and respected educator, Mr. Lloyd retired with over 40 years as teacher and principal in the Mason, Jackson and Wetzel county school systems. He remained active and engaged throughout the 30 years following retirement, during which time he enjoyed traveling with family and friends; farming and raising Angus cattle; roaming fields and hills by foot and, later, by four-wheeler; and serving his beloved church as treasurer until his death. Wit and compassion, charm and intelligence embodied this beloved gentleman who hailed from a bygone era. A true inspiration and treasure to all who knew him, Roy will be sorely missed. Funeral services were held Thursday, June 14, at Mount Zion Baptist Church, Fraziers Bottom (Upland), with Pastor Chuck Elkins and the Rev. Robert Johnson officiating. Burial followed in Mount Zion Cemetery. The West Virginia Honor Guard and the American Legion Post No. 23 of Point Pleasant performed a military graveside service. Contributions may be made in Mr. Lloyd's memory to the Alzheimer's Association at www.alz.org; the American Diabetes Association at www.dia-
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RICHARD LEE PIERCE Richard Lee Pierce, 77, of Scott Depot passed away on Tuesday, June 5, 2012. He was the owner of the Richard Pierce Kennel at the TriState Greyhound Park. Richard was preceded in death by his wife, Locy Frances Pierce; his parents, Wren Lee and Frances Edna Pierce; and sister, Ethel Jean Pierce Roberts. Surviving are his brother, Jimmy Pierce and his wife, Alyne, of Spring, Texas; and several loving nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Monday, June 11, at Keller Funeral Home, Dunbar, with the Rev. Jack Henry officiating. Entombment followed in Valley View Memorial Park, Hurricane. Keller Funeral Home, Dunbar, was in charge of arrangements.
LELAND HAROLD THOMPSON Leland Harold Thompson, 70, of St. Albans, W.Va., passed away June 5, 2012, at home. He was born July 24, 1941, in Cabell County, a son of the late Walter Harold Thompson and Martha Rayburn Thompson. He is survived by his fiancée, Linda Shelton; two daughters and son-in-law, Samantha Thompson, and Tabatha and Mark Bledsoe; one son, Harold Thompson; three stepdaughters, Annette Tyler, Virginia Ward and Jenny Shelton; one stepson, Greg Shelton; one sister and brother-in-law, Pat and Kenny Thompson; one brother and sister-in-law, Oscar and Betty Thompson; 25 grandchildren; and 25 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted Monday, June 11, 2012, at Wallace Funeral Home & Chapel, Barboursville, by Rev. Gordon Simpson. Burial followed in Teays Valley Memorial Gardens, Winfield. Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.timeformemory.com/wallace.
PHILLIP R. TRIPLETT Phil Triplett, 71, of Charleston, passed away June 6, 2012, at Teays Valley Center. He had been a resident of Teays Center since 2004 due to the effects of a stroke he suffered in 1999. Born May 27, 1941, in Van, Phil was the son of the late General Francis Triplett Jr. and Alma Gertrude Wallace Triplett. He was a graduate of Charleston High School, and attended Marshall University. His brother, Gregory Wallace Triplett, and his uncle, Dr. David E. Wallace, preceded him in death.
Phil was a former employee of FMC, and later became owner of The Lobby. He enjoyed the outdoors, his many dogs and classic cars, but most of all he enjoyed a good party with his family, grandkids and many friends. He is survived by his daughter, Terri DeLauder and her husband, David; son, Dr. Reginald Triplett and his wife, Dr. Leah Triplett, all of Charleston; sisters, Joan Matthews and her husband, Mike, and Paula Triplett Mullins, all of South Charleston, and Peggy Sue Walters of North Carolina; and grandchildren, Gregory Fitzgerald, David DeLauder, Katherine Triplett and Sara Triplett, all of Charleston. Also surviving are nieces, Nikki Bragg of Ohio and Jennifer Thompson of North Carolina; and a nephew, Lee McCallister of Beckley. Graveside services were held Friday, June 8, in Memory Gardens Cemetery, Low Gap, Boone County. Donations may be made to Kanawha Humane Society, 1248 Greenbrier St., Charleston, WV 25311. You may send your condolences to the family at www.barlowbonsall.com. Barlow Bonsall Funeral Home was entrusted to handle the arrangements.
ANGELA T. YOUNG Angela T. Young, 73, of Hurricane, WV, went home to be with the Lord on June 11, 2012, after a long illness. She was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother. She was also member of the Adda Baptist Church of Hurricane. She was loved by all who knew her and will be missed by all. She was preceded in death by her husband, Wetzel E. Young; daughter, Sharon Young; granddaughter, Michelle Gillespie and her parents, William and Anna Call. Surviving: children, Ronald Young, Richard Young, William Young, Alan and Bobbi Young, Mike and Debbie Gillispie, and Bill and Patty Gillispie, all of Hurricane; seven grandchildren and one great grandchild; brothers and sisters; Wayne Call, Tom Call, Jane Call, Larry and Cindy Call, all of Hurricane; Marshall and Joann Call of Culloden, Karen Childress of St. Albans, and Ellen Wilson of Winchester, KY, and several nieces and nephews. We want to thank all of the doctors, nurses and staff at Putnam Care and Rehabilitation for all the great care they gave her. Funeral services were held Thursday, June 14, 2012 at Allen Funeral Home with Pastor Don Wheeler and Pastor Lee Dean officiating. Burial followed at Valley View Memorial Park, Hurricane. Allen Funeral Home, Hurricane, was in charge of arrangements.
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