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Walthall, Melva - Corinth  
MELVA WALTHALL CORINTH, Texas — Melva Delphia Fink Walthall, 90 years old, was born August 16, 1925. She went to her heavenly home April 20, 2016, to join her beloved husband of 63 years, Roy Lawrence Walthall. She was born at home at Clayton, W.Va., to Norban Edgar and Emma Susan Ballengee Fink. She died at daughter Sandra McClendon's (Dee) Corinth, Texas, home with family by her side. She is also survived by sons: Michael Walthall (Wanda) of Mississippi and Richard Walthall (Bren) of Virginia. Also by six grandchildren: Todd McClendon (Emily), Scott McClendon (Kathleen), Justin Walthall, Wesley Walthall, William Walthall and Natalie Walthall. The light of her life these last few years was time spent with her precious great grandchildren: Jackson, Kamryn and Evan. They loved their GG and her farm and that brought her great joy. She served her family with love and determination to be a model wife, mother and friend to all. She was an excellent cook and seamstress with perfection as her goal. She served her God through singing and serving, by arranging altar flowers each week from her own flower garden and untold meals and prayers for those in need. She was truly the Proverbs 31 woman. She was the last of her generation from the Ballengee, Fink and Walthall families. She was preceded in death by her parents and siblings: Virginia, Hamer, Kathleen, Leota, Miller and Dale Fink. Service at Morgan Funeral Home, 429 N Jefferson, Lewisburg, W.Va., with visitation at 10 a.m. and service at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 30, with evangelist Randy S. Burdette officiating; burial in Clayton Baptist Church Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, Walthall family request donations to Clayton Cemetery Trust in care of: Melvin Ryan, 1387 E Clayton Rd., Alderson, WV 24910 On line condolences at www.morganfh.net tribute wall
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Published in The Logan Banner from Apr. 26 to Apr. 27, 2016
Williamson Sr., Homer L. - Man  
HOMER L. WILLIAMSON SR. MAN, W.Va. — Long time Town of Man businessman Homer L. Williamson Sr., 92, of Man, went to be with the Lord Tuesday, April 26, 2016, after a long illness. Born January 13, 1924, in Logan County, he was a son of the late Aley and Rebecca Perry Williamson. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Opal M. Marcum Williamson; and a son, Homer Lee. Mr. Williamson was a Christian and a Deacon at the First Baptist Church at South Man. Homer was a 1943 graduate of Man High School. He served in the United States Army during World War II and was a decorated veteran, receiving a Purple Heart, Bronze Star, and many other combat metals. Homer served under General George Patton who led him into battle. He was with the troops at the Phine River after the Ardennes Offensive. Mr. Williamson served with the 83rd Infantry "The Thunderbolt" Division L. Co 330th, and fought in the Battle of Kassel. Homer was a devoted father and grandfather who loved all of his kids and grandkids which were his pride and joy. He was an avid golfer. One of his greatest passions was his work. His work ethic continued six days a week until he was 87 and suffered a stroke. He along with his sons, Doug and Homer Lee, enjoyed the many businesses they operated in the Town of Man. He was a long time member of the W.Va. Truck Association, Aracoma Lodge No. 99 of Logan for more than 50 years, the Boy Scouts of America Council for more than 50 years, Shiners' International, Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, General Grand Chapter Order of the Eastern Star, American Legion, and many other civic organizations. He will be deeply missed by his family, church, and community. Those left to cherish his memory and carry on his legacy include three children: Doug (Georgia) Williamson of Man, Jeanie (Oscar) Hill of Salem, Va., and Margie (Charles Jr.) Toler of Cyclone; two grandsons: Doug II (Amy) Williamson of Logan and Tony (Michelle) Toler of Cyclone; five granddaughters: Kristen Hatfield and Rebecca (John Gore) Paynter, both of Logan, Valerie (Michael) Robinson of Chapmanville, Ginger (Paul) Stepp of Salem and Rhonda Harless of Cyclone; 17 great-grandchildren: Garnett, Bentley, and Cali Williamson, Chase and Jenna Hatfield, Carly Paynter and Savannah Paynter, all of Logan, Cory (Billie) Robinson of Cleveland, Tenn., Cheyenne Robinson and Sarah Robinson, both of Chapmanville, Hannah Cecil and Redic Stepp, both of Salem, Cameron Stepp and Laken Stepp, both of Granite Falls, N.C., Michael Harless and Matthew Harless, both of Huntington, and Sydney Beth Toler of Cyclone; along with a host of other relatives and friends. Special thanks to his many caregivers, Logan Regional employees, and Dr. Harvey. The family will receive friends from 1-3 p.m. Sunday, May 1, at Mallory Church of God at Mallory where a Tribute of the Life of Homer L. Williamson Sr. will be held at 3 p.m. with Bishop Shaun Walker, Rev. Johnny Hatfield, and Rev. Clyde Robertson officiating. Burial will follow in Highland Memory Gardens at Godby where Military Graveside Rites will be conducted by the VFW Post 6153 and American Legion Post 103 of Chapmanville and DAV Post 39 of Harts. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to Gideons International, P.O. Box 1914, Logan, WV 25601. Online condolences may be sent to www.krantzmcneelyfuneralhome.com Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Krantz-McNeely Funeral Home at Man.
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Published in The Logan Banner from Apr. 28 to Apr. 29, 2016
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