Victor Cremeans

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Birchfield Funeral Home
212 Main St
Rutland, OH
45775
(740)-742-2333
Obituary

NEW HAVEN, W.Va. — Victor Hugo Cremeans, 90, of New Haven, W.Va., went to be with his Lord, Friday, Jan 11, 2019.

Victor was born Sep. 27, 1928, at Huntington, W.Va. to the late June Comadore and Iva Stewart Cremeans. He was founder and former owner of Victor's Aluminum Siding, attended Middleport Wesleyan Bible Holiness Church, Middleport, and was an Army veteran of the Korean Conflict.

Victor is survived by his wife of 65 years, Marjorie May Cremeans; son, Steven Edward (Joyce) Cremeans; daughter, Susan Orleada (John) Lower; sisters, Zelma Kaylor, Karen Gilkey, Alice Kennedy, Leoma Woulett, and Joann Smith; a brother, Gary Cremeans; grandchildren, Anthony Cremeans, Ashley Powell, Erica DeWhitt, and Johnathan Lower; eight great-grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews. Besides his parents, preceded by granddaughter, Jeanette Sullivan, sisters, Phyllis Spangler and Glenna Fetty, brothers J.J., Jim and Roy Cremeans.

Services are Monday, Jan 14, 2019 at 11:30 a.m. at Middleport Wesleyan Bible Holiness Church, Middleport, with Rev. Steven Cremeans and former and present ministers. Burial to follow at Rutland Cemetery, Rutland. Visitaton Monday, from 9:30 a.m. until time of services at church.

In lieu of flowers please give donation to Evangelistic Faith Mission, P.O. Box 609, Bedford, Ind. 47421 or your local church in Victor's name. Arrangements with Birchfield Funeral Home, Rutland, OH. Online condolences at birchfieldfuneralhome.com.


Published in Gallipolis Daily Tribune from Jan. 12 to Jan. 13, 2019
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