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Survivors include his wife, Nelda, of Revere; three daughters: Sherry Dunlap of Kansas City, MO and Lisa Dunlap and Carla Dunlap, both of Revere; two grandchildren: Shaun (Rachel) Dunlap of Kansas City, MO and Patrick Roberts of Tacoma, WA; one great-grandson, Shaun Walter Dunlap of Kansas City, MO; two brothers, Everett (Paula) Dunlap of Plymouth, IL and Howard (Thelma) Dunlap of Harviell, MO; one sister, Mary Clem of Kahoka, MO; sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law: Dorothy Dunlap of Cape Girardeau, MO, Mary Dunlap of Indianapolis, IN, Darlene (Reed) Lillard of Richmond, MO and Curtis (Rose) Hayes of Puxico, MO; as well as nieces, nephews, and other relatives.
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She is survived by her only child, Donna Stevens Nary and her husband, Danny L Nary Jr of Greenville, SC, her granddaughters, Ashleigh Nicole Nary of Elgin, SC, Katie Noelle Nary of Greenville, SC. and the father of Donna, William D. Stevens of Brandywine, MD. She is also survived by nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.
Survivors include his wife, Cora; two daughters, Elvann Doss and her husband, Wayne, of Sophia and Robin Sue of Charleston; a son, Danny of Sophia; two stepchildren, Robin Zimmerman and her husband, David, of Haymarket, Va., and Keith Mills of Dickerson, Md; three grandchildren, Keri Allen Colemen, Mark Lee Doss and Samantha Gayle Doss, all of Sophia; a brother, Dallas Phipps and his wife, Joyce of Beckley; two sisters, Shirley Carter and her husband, William, of Shady Spring and Mary Jane Gilkerson and her husband Glenn, of Lewisburg; and two aunts, Dellmeda Phipps and Revelle Phipps, both of Beckley.
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Elbert Clark Martin was born in Beckley, West Virginia on January 26, 1941. He graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School in 1958 and served in the United States Air Force. Clark died on August 12, 1996 in Daytona Beach, Florida as we are informed by his sister, Helen Martin-Biggs (WWHS-1960). Helen does not believe that an obituary was ever published for her brother.
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He is survived by his wife: Martha (Stone) Lilly; and two sons, Stephen Lilly and wife, Kim, of Siler City, N.C., and David R. Lilly and wife, Bo, of Mooresville, N.C.; one sister, Zonia Williams and husband, Larry, of Siler City, N.C.; granddaughter, LeeAnn Lilly; stepgrandchildren, Renatta Marker, Dominique and Alex Maciel; stepgreat-grandchildren, Lillian and Brianna Marker; two nieces and one nephew.
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Service will be 3 p.m. Sunday at Rose and Quesenberry Funeral Home, Shady Spring Chapel, with the Rev. Paul Holstein officiating. Entombment will follow in Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens Mausoleum, Beckley.
9, 2009, following a short illness
Survivors include his wife, Shirley Maddox Kilpatrick of the residence; sons and daughter-in-law, Michael and Teresa Kilpatrick of Chatsworth; and Steven Kilpatrick of Dalton; daughters and sons-in-law, Sherrie L. and David Waters and Melissa and Andy Freeman, all of Dalton; grandchildren, Brittani Sherleen Waters, James Adam Benjamin Waters, Rachel Ann Leon, Monica Beiling, Letasha Kilpatrick, James Steven Kilpatrick and Stephanie Kilpatrick; great-grandchildren, Diego Leon and Austn Leon; sisters Athelee Worley of Dalton and Vivian Payne of Monroe; several nieces and nephews. Services are Friday at 2 p.m. in the Calhoun Chapel of Ponders Funeral Home with the Rev. John Meadeor officiating. Burial will be in the Bethlehem Baptist Church Cemetery in Resaca.
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HOSKINS, Johnnie Herbert, died August 30, 2014. Born October 9, 1940 to parents, Clifford Hoskins and Eula Ruth in Lynch, Kentucky. Johnnie lived much of his life in the service of his country. Leaving his family farm in West Virginia at 17 and joining the Air National Guard, he later transferred into the Air Force as an Intel Photo Interpreter and Linguist. While stationed in Berlin, he met and married the love of his life, Angelika Otto. Following a tour in Southeast Asia, Johnnie joined the Veterans of Foreign Wars – a decision that would shape the remaining years of his life. He dedicated himself to helping fellow vets in many roles in both the VFW and the Military Order of the Cooties – at the local, district, and state levels. His dedication even resulted in the creation of a brand new VFW Post in Germany. Post-military life found Johnnie helping less fortunate people with Arizona’s Aid to Families with Dependent Children. In his younger days – he enjoyed dabbling in the theatric arts – from constructing sets to acting as a decapitated soldier in a performance of Pippin for a local theatre group. A U of A alumnus and rabid Wildcat fan – Johnnie enjoyed watching both football and basketball. Johnnie is survived by his wife, Angelika; son, Thomas (Bernadette) of Parker, Colorado; daughter, Kristin of Tucson, Arizona and granddaughter, Molly and the thousands of former brothers and sisters in arms he has encountered over the years. A Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, September 3, 2014 at VFW Post #549, 8424 E. Old Spanish Trail, Tucson, AZ 85710. Arrangements by FUNERARIA DEL ANGEL SOUTH LAWN. –