James Floyd West

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James Floyd West GLEN FERRIS, WV - James Floyd West, 77, of Glen Ferris, WV, died 09 September 2018. James was born 08 December 1940 in Zela, WV. A son of the late Pearl Alexander and Raymond West. James served our country honorably in the United States Air Force and retired with 22 years service. Thankful for all that he taught us, and grateful for having had the opportunity to share his life are his wife Mary Jane Morton, daughter Jane Lynn and husband Jeffrey, son James Edward and wife Elizabeth, and son John Dennis and wife Christy, ten grandchildren, Daniel, David, and Richard Williams, Natalie Wolf, Zach Whittington, Heather, Jordan, Savanna, Kai, and Maddie West and four great-grandchildren, Brodie, Conner, Annalise and Tyler. Also surviving are brother Robert Dennis West and wife Billie of Indore, Ruth Ann Bailey of Ohio, Janie Rose of Boomer and Marietta Taylor and husband Sonny of Indore, Sister-in-law Joan Akers of Kentucky, sister-in-law Linda Slack and husband Rommel of Michigan, sister in law Ruth Nicholas and husband John of Gauley Bridge, brother-in-law John Morton and wife Peggy of Summersville, and brother-in-law Mike Morton and wife Debbie of Oak Hill, many cousins,nieces and nephews, and numerous life long friends. He is preceded in death by brother Richard West of Oklahoma, sister Bonnie Masters of Gauley Bridge and sister in law Barbara Helmic of Parkersburg. James loved the outdoors, traveling, his family, and enjoyed his beautiful view overlooking the falls with a cup of coffee. He never left a stranger without a smile on their face. A memorial service for Mr. West will be at 1:00 pm Thursday September 13, 2018 at the Gauley Bridge United Methodist Church in Gauley Bridge, WV. Visit our guestbook at www.legacy.com/obituaries/ charleston

Published in Charleston Post & Courier on Sept. 12, 2018