MUD FORK, W.Va. — Ell Lee Dingess, 63, of Mud Fork, passed away with her family by her side Sun., May 4, 2014, at her residence.
Born Aug. 1, 1950, in Holden, she was a daughter of the late Ell and Lena Bryant Muncy. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by two brothers, Brice Muncy and Earny Muncy; her father-in-law, Alfred Dingess, and her mother in-law, Josie (Mullins) Dingess.
Ell Lee's faith was Jesus Name. She enjoyed making flower arrangements, singing in church, playing music, and yard selling. Ell Lee also enjoyed spending time with family and friends.
Those left to cherish her memory include her loving husband of 50 years, Roy Dingess; four daughters, Angie (Reynold Sr.) Hall of Dingess, Starlena Dingess of Mud Fork, Regina (Jimmy) Marcum of Holden, and Sharon (Rudy) Elkins of Chapmanville; two sisters, Pearl Ann McCloud of Columbus, Ohio, and Lavonn Muncy (Columbus Sheppard) of Dingess; one son, Crayton (Christina) Dingess of West Logan; six brothers, General "Buddy" (Opal) Muncy, Bonell (Shirley) Muncy, and Jim (Janice) Boggs, all of Ohio, Galen (Phyllis) Muncy of Colorado, Ricky (Angie) Muncy of London, Ky., and Bryan Muncy of Delbarton; 13 grandchildren, Travis (Savanna) Dingess, Patrick (Rosie) Dingess, Ashley (Jeff) Reniger, Brittany Marcum, Reynold (Tiffany) Hall Jr., Jimmy Hall, Katelyn Marcum, Brice Dingess, John Aris Dingess, Jessica Hurst, Greg Hurst, Noah Hurst, Sarah Hurst and Leslie Kay Toler; seven great-grandchildren, Jenna Wallace, Reynold Hall III, Lexie Reniger, Piper Dingess, Sophina Hall, Alaina Hurst, and Scarlett Hurst; a few special friends are her lifelong friend and sister in-law, Lottie (Dingess) Canterbury, Evonn Hayes, and the late Rev. William "Buck" Deskins, whom she loved as a brother, and a host of nieces and nephews.
As her request, she will be cremated with no services.
Freeman Funeral Home of Chapmanville is in charge of arrangements.