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Tile ataantas QlimeZ--January 5, 2012--Page 5 Obituarie00 Lewis Sherman Cumberledge Lewis Sherman Cum- berledge, age 65, of Durbin, formerly of Garrettsville, Ohio, passed away Monday, January 2, 2012. Born September 19, 1946, at Clarksburg, he was a son of the late Sherman and Edith Lewis Cumberledge. Lewis was owner and op- erator of the Upper Inn Club in Durbin. He is survived by a com- panion Audrey Packer, of Durbin; a daughter, Louisa Cottelli, of Windham, Ohio; a son, Matthew Cum- berledge, of Windham, Ohio; three sisters, Linda Schienke, of Burton, Ohio, Karen Adamson, of Garrettsville, Ohio, and Sandra Gabrovsek, of Kinsman, Ohio; two brothers, James Cumbededge, of Columbus, Ohio, and Mike Cum- berledge, of Franklinville, North Carolina; and four grandchildren. Memorial service will be held at a later date. Jeffrey R. Gooding Jeffrey R. Gooding, of Bluefield and Snowshoe Mountain, lived life, fought cancer and ascended to our Lord on the Winter Solstice, Wednesday, December 21, 2011, from the Bowers Hos- pice House in the heart of West Virginia. He served the mountain state at Snowshoe and Win- terplace ski resorts for 30 years with the National Ski Patrol, saving traumatized skiers and winning medals on the snowy slopes that were truly his home. He leaves behind a daughter, as- piring to ski and achieve, Grace Campbell Gooding, 13, of Bluefield, and a host of brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews and friends. He was born July 23, 1952, at Middlesboro, Ken- tucky, brother of a tusseling brood. His folks moved the family to Huntington in 1953, Johnstown, Pennsyl- vania, in 1961, and in 1964 to Harlan, Kentucky, where Jeff was a member of the Harlan County Boys Choir. After four years in Kentucky the Gooding family moved to Bluefield and roots grew. Jeff graduated from Blue- field High School in 1972, attended West Virginia Uni- versity and began Resort Hot Tubs and Spa Emporium atop Snowshoe Mountain in 1979. He rode horses, motor bikes and river rapids and back-packed into the woods, emerging to appear in the John Sayles' movie "Mate- wan" and establish J. R. Gooding Construction Com- pany. "Tourist and proud of it" was his motto in cities. He often retired to deserted, fire- lit places he filled with fun. Jeff was a harmonica player and champion of the el' time mountain music he loved to call "Americana." At the fu- neral of old friend, Richard "Dickey" Bailey, Jeff sat through the gospel selections in the church and said he'd never heard Dickey play those songs. "Freebird," by Lynyrd Skynyrd, promptly played. Jeff was a philosopher from the backwoods, where the more friends you make, the more wisdom you have. As his comrades from the ski patrol came to say goodbye at the Bowers House, they left with a refrain for believ- ers: "See you on the slopes." Jeff believed in the sign on his barn: "All Trails Merge." He was preceded in death by his parents, Glenn J. and Caroline "Scoots" Gooding. In addition to his daughter, he is survived by three broth- ers, Fred Gooding, of Bowl- ing Green, Kentucky, Glenn J. Gooding, Jr., of Prescott, Arizona, and Jan Gooding, of Snowshoe; two sisters, Savilla Gooding, of Bran- don, Florida, and Panda Ben- ford, of Barboursville; and many nieces and nephews. He will be remembered and celebrated Friday, Janu- ary 6, 7 p.m. at St. Bernard's Chapel at Snowshoe Moun- tain. Memorials may be made to the Bowers Hospice House, 454 Cranberry Drive, Beckley, WV 25801-8560, 304-250-6040. Louise C. Lane Louise C. Lane, beloved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother went to be with our Heavenly Father on Sunday, January 1,2012. Born August 21, 1921, at Harder, she was a daughter of the late Phillip and Sally Turner Cochran. Louise was 90-years-old, a member of the Marlinton United Methodist Church and a life-long resident of Marlinton. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband of 57 years, Alex J. Lane; three sisters, Virginia Carpenter, Grace Lane and Ruby Lamb; and a brother, Harry R. Cochran. She is survived by five children, Delmas J. Lane, Phyllis Clarkson, and hus- band, Bill, all of Christians- burg, Virginia, Steven J. Lane, and wife, Linda, of Swords Creek, Virginia, Betty Thompson, and hus- band, Roger, of Radford, Virginia, and Thomas Lane, and wife, Rachel, of Marlin- ton; nine grandchildren, Rob Ervine, Michael Ervine, Cammy Kiner, Mike Lane, Kimberly Fanning, Angela Ferrell, Steven Lane, Matthew Lane and Jason Lane; and 12 great-grand- children. Family will receive friends Wednesday, January 4, 5 -8 p.m. at VanReenen Funeral Home. Funeral service is Thursday, January 5, 1 p.m. at VanReenen Funeral Home with Rev. Robert Mann offi- ciating. Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery. James Edwin Lightner James "Jimmy" Edwin Lightner, age 52, of Bear, Delaware, passed away sud- denly Sunday, December 25, 2011, at his home. Jimmy loved the beach, riding his Harley Davidson, crabbing, fishing, playing Texas Hold'em with his friends and, most of all, spending time with his fam- ily. He was preceded in death by his parents, Eddie Hunter and Betty Margaret Lightner. He is survived by his wife, Nancy Lightner; three sis- ters, Sherri Fisher, of Newark, Delaware, Lynne Hash and Lys Taylor, both of West Virginia; and many nieces, nephews, other fam- ily members and friends. Service will be private. A memorial page has been set- up on FACEBOOK for on- line condolences, "In Memory of Jimmy Light- ner." Lilly Maye McMillion Lilly Maye McMillion, age 77, of Frost, died Friday, December 23, 2011. Born Jan- uary 16, 1934, she was a daughter of the late Dana B. and Stella M. Holmes McMil- lion. Lilly was a Baptist. She lived and worked in Balti- more, Maryland. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husbands, Charles Thomas and Oscar Duran- netto; a sister, Pauline McMillion; and a brother, Raymond McMillion. She is survived by two sis- ters, Virginia Underwood, of Berlin, Maryland, and Cleo Congdon, of Frost; two brothers, Roger McMillion, of White Hall, Maryland, and William McMillion, of York, Pennsylvania; four grandchildren, Larry Thomas, Cammie Brooks, Donnie Thomas and Alisia Thomas, all of Baltimore, Maryland; six great-grand- children; and many nieces, nephews and cousins. Carolyn Jean VanReenen Carolyn Jean VanReenen, age 67, of Marlinton, died Monday, December 19, 2011, at Pocahontas Memo- rial Hospital in Buckeye. Born December 6,1944, at Jefferson, Maryland, she was a daughter of Dorothy Rose Weatherholt, and the late Rueben Norman Weather- holt. Carolyn was a CNA at Pocahontas Memorial Hos- pital and the Pocahontas Senior Center. She was in- volved in many charitable organizations. She is survived by three daughters, Pamela S. Michaelski, of Maryland, Tonia Lynn Brookna, of Ten- nessee, and Regina G. Cut- lip, of Marlinton; two sons, Harold Brian VanReenen, of Kansas, and Matthew C. VanReenen, of Marlinton; a sister, Judy Stewart, of Oceana; a brother, Roger Weatherholt, of Colorado; four grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Funeral service was De- cember 21 at VanReenen Fu- neral Home with Sam Felton officiating. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. 20l l Obituariez January 1 - Jimmy Lee Brickles, 55, Cyclone 2 - Merle Rexrode Wimer, 93, Marlinton 3 - Madeline V. Beard, 88, Charleston 4 - Paul F. McLaughlin, 85, Roanoke, Virginia 5. Teddy, Edward Halter- man, 56, Marlinton 12 - Marilyn Richardson Miller, 91, Seattle, Washing- ton 12 - Norman Wolcott, St. Michaels, Maryland 13 William Donald Rogers, 78, Buckeye 18 - Paul Dew Malcomb, 91, Marlinton 19 - Jala Shay Kramer, no age, Marlinton 20 - Shirley Solinda Sim- mons Morgan, 79, Hinton 21 Oscar Harold Gustafson, 85, Keyser 25 - Jesse Floyd Jordan, 95, Marlinton 28 - Dorothy Marie "Dot- tie" Bowles, 76, Marlinton 28 - C. Edward "Tony" Rhea, 71, Hedgesville 28 - Robert Wayne Math- eny, 65, Laurence Harbor, New Jersey 28 - Forrest L. Beard, Jr., 92, Marlinton 29 - Leroy "Bud" Burner, 87, Landsdale, Pennsylvania DOUBLE YOUR WARRANTY February 2 - Ava Guthrie, 92, Cov- ington ,Virginia 3 -Donald H. Vought, 73 3 - Gertrude B. "Trndy" Wooddell, 79, Marlinton 3 Marion D. "Bob" Hedges, 67, Bloomingham, Ohio 3 - LCDR Fred M. Cloo- nan, Sr., USN Ret., 86, Seat- tle, Washington 4 - Paul D. Pennington, 68, Fraziers Bottom 5 - Curtis G. Bruffey, 71, Indialantic, Florida 9 - Mary Alderman, 96, Marlinton 9 - Alice LaFon Ruckman Arbogast, 97, Marlinton 9 - Sharon Rebecca Parish, 57, Spotsylvania and Manas- sas, Virginia 11 - Marie Nottingham, 83, Durbin 11 - Douglas McKenney, 77, Kent, Washington 11 - Walter H. Wingo, Sr., Sarasota, Florida 12 - Walter Alderman, 73 15 - Mary H. McKenney, 83, Warren, Ohio 16 - Robert Franklin Mor- gan, 87, Arbovale 19 - Richard "Dick" Eddy, 76, Marlinton 19 -Sgt. Major USMC Ret. Stanley Reed Hall, 74, Powhatan, Virginia 19 - Jean F. Scott, 82, In- dianapolis, Indiana 23 - Darin Patrick Royce, 45, Quinwood 24 - William F. "Bill" Me- Cloud, 75, Marlinton 26 Mary Hunter McLaughlin Miller, 84, Mar- linton 26 - Mary Louise Meeks Steffey, 48, Mt. Holly, North Carolina 27 - Dewey Wesley Ham- mons, 81, Buckeye 27 - George Venable Han- nah, Jr., 95, Elkins and Bradenton, Florida March 1 - Harriet Levon Wilson, 69, Bridgewater, Virginia 4 - Linda McCarty Ervine, 62, Dunmore 4 - Rodney Dale Stacy, 72, Droop Mountain 6 - Wallace R. "Walty" Oref, 82, Philippi 8 - Jerry O'Neil Crist, 75, Dunkirk, Maryland 9 - Keith Allen Davis, 49, Marlinton 11 - Ida Clara Kerr Car- penter, 91, Dunmore 14 - James Dale Pyles, 95, Beaver Creek 14 - Ronald Dexter Tibbs, 60, Marlinton 15 - Viola VanReenen Ab- della, 85, Marlinton 16 Wendell August Monk, 70, Arbovale 17 - Victor "Vick" Mar- shall Tingler, 52, Circleville 23 - Virginia M. Smiley, 89, Stow, Ohio 24 - Violet M. Kennedy, 90, Hansen, Idaho 26 - Charles Meeks, 89, Akron, Ohio 26 - Jack Neal Wimer, 78, Harrisonburg, Virginia 27 Phyllis Lorene Pritchard, 85, Dunmore 28 - Kate Hise, 85, High- town, Virginia 28 - George H. "Junior" McCoy, 81, Ronceverte 29 - Linda Forren Carroll, 60, Millboro, Virginia 29 - Flossie Toney Work- man, 94, Beckley 30 - Dallas R. Clayton, 84, Parkersburg 31 - Shirley Ann Sharp Hollar, 62, Mount Jackson, Virginia 31 - Mary Margaret Stone, 84 April 5 - Charles L. Kelley, 66, Green Bank 5 - Frances Arlene Kelly Taylor, 78, Dunmore 10 - Edith Roberta Ryder u(a AI/ your sowrig nt00Cs rnors/ SALE: 219 Hillsboro 304-653-4150 M0n.- Fd. 9tLm,-5p.m. SaL 10a.m.-2p.m. Debbie Walker, 0wner/0perat0r iP- Wanted To Buy Dove's Fur Wild Native Ginseng Goldenseal FREE for any K through 5th grader who attends Green Bank Elementary on any snow day on a normally scheduled school day, and when Rt. 28 in Boyer is still open. 7:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Extended hours will be considered if enough parents request them. Boyer Hill Mennonite Church basement Furs and Hides Rt. 28 north of Buyer Motel/Restaurant. 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