Born September 18, 1948, in Bickmore, she was the daughter of the late William and Ruth (Jarrett) Cottrell. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Nelson Bell.
Dorma is survived by her son, Scott (Terrina) Siers of Indore; daughters, Melanie (Oscar) Sizemore of Lizemores, Judith (Billy) Taylor of Bickmore; nine grandchildren; one step-great-grandson; brother, Harold Cottrell of Bickmore; sisters, Norma (Eddie) Brittain of Mich., Helen (Joe) Haynes, Loretta (Jackie) Hubbard, both of Bickmore and Angie (Doug) Butler of Pinch.
Funeral service will be held 1 p.m., Sunday, May 26, at Wilson-Shamblin-Smith Funeral Home, Clay, with Minister Herb Vance officiating.
Burial will be in the Cottrell Cemetery, Calhoun County.
Friends may call two hours prior to the funeral service. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.carlwilsonfuneralhome.com.
Wilson-Shamblin-Smith Funeral Home is honored to be serving the Bell family.
Cecil was a U.S. Air Force Veteran of WWII, retired from Fisher Scientific Co. in Chicago, Ill., a former coal miner and was a member of the Baptist church in Chicago.
Survivors include his children, Kathy Duncan of Powellton, Sheila Linville and her husband, Ronnie of Powellton, James Walter Duncan and his wife, Alga, Lois Spivey and her husband, Dale, Glen Duncan and his wife, Mindy and Jeanette Casteel and her husband, Joe, all of Indianapolis, Ind.; brothers, Harry Duncan of Powellton, Bobby Duncan of Cleveland, Ohio and Charles Duncan of South Boston, Va.; sisters, Daisy Williams of Tenn. and Ruth Johns of Richmond, Va.; several grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and great-great-grandchildren.
Service will be 2 p.m., Sunday, May 26, at O'Dell Funeral Home, Montgomery with Rev. Greg Francis officiating.
Burial will follow at Pleasant View Cemetery, Fayetteville. Friends may call two hours prior to the service at the funeral home.
The family would like to give a special thanks to Montgomery General Hospital, CAMC Memorial Division and Kanawha Hospice Care for there loving care.
Expressions of sympathy may be sent to www.odellfuneralhome.com.
Jackie was born in Walton, W.Va., on November 14, 1926. She moved to Charleston, W.Va., at age 18, where she worked for Union Carbide for 37 years. She was a very active member of the Bible Center Church in Charleston for over 30 years and served as church secretary there for 12 years after retiring from Union Carbide. Jackie moved to Alpharetta, Ga., in 1995 to be close to family. In Alpharetta she was an active member of Alpharetta First United Methodist Church, including "54 and more" and the Mary Nallie Circle. Once becoming a Georgia resident she became an avid Braves fan, rarely missing a televised game.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Addie and Joseph Kiser; brother, Walter Kiser; sister, Luree Carper; and husband of 39 years, Richard Gray.
Jackie is survived by daughter, Betty Meisburg (Brad); granddaughter, Ali McDerment (Lee); and grandson, Jackson Meisburg. She also leaves behind many long-time friends in West Virginia, Kentucky, Florida, Texas and Georgia. It was not unusual for Jackie to receive 100 cards on birthdays and at Christmas.
A memorial service is scheduled for Wednesday, May 29, at 11 a.m. at Alpharetta First United Methodist Church. The family will receive visitors at 10 a.m. at the church.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Alpharetta First United Methodist Church, 69 N. Main St., Alpharetta, GA 30009 or Bible Center Church, 1111 Oakhurst Drive, Charleston, WV 25314.
Northside Chapel Funeral Directors, Roswell, Ga., 770-645-1414.
He worked as an electrical engineer for Bertsdorf in Florence, Ky. He graduated from Sherman High School and attended Everest Technical College, Cross Lanes, West Virignia Tech and West Virginia State College, Institute.
Keith loved to fish, scuba dive and was a white water rafter tour guide. He attended Lens Creek Nazarene Church.
He is survived by his loving wife, Theresa Harper of Cincinnati Ohio; both parents, Luster and Helena Harper of Ashford, W.Va.; two step-children, Amber Olsen (Dan) of Cincinnati, Ohio and Scott (Samantha) Kretschmar of San Diego, Calif.; and two grandchildren, Ryder and Skylar Olsen.
A memorial service will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Lens Creek Nazarene Church.
You may send your condolences to the family at: www.barlowbonsall.com
Barlow Bonsall Funeral Home has been entrusted to handle the arrangements.
Barlow Bonsall Funeral Home has been entrusted to handle the arrangements.
Phoeba was born October 14, 1919, to the late William and Agnes Fridley. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her devoted husband of more than 60 years, Harry Layton and two children, Phyllis Layton and Ray Layton. She was also preceded in death by nine siblings, Ellen Isaac, Dorothy Layton, Dolly Carpenter, Ruby Gatens, Jean Elkins, Ernestine Thompson, Ulysses Fridley, Vineyard "Samuel" Fridley and Earl Fridley, as well as multiple nieces and nephews whom she loved dearly.
She was an active member of Springfork Missionary Baptist Church, where she was a former member of the church choir and the ladies circle and also taught Sunday school for many years. She loved her church family and was a blessing to all who knew her.
She is survived by her five loving children, Marilyn Hudnall (Bernard) of St. Albans, Roy Layton (Joyce) of Campbells Creek, Harry Wayne Layton (Frances) of Oak Hill, Shirley Wilson (Rev. Randall) of Campbells Creek and Danny Layton (Linda) of Campbells Creek; and eight grandchildren, Roger Hudnall of St. Albans, Tana Tolley (Rich) of Hurricane, Terry Layton (Lynda) of Walton, Lisa Payne (John "JJ") of Snellville, Ga., Molly Kinsey (John) of Emporia, Va., Tina Crowder of Campbells Creek, Julie Meadows (Jeremiah) of Campbells Creek and Melissa Carter (Stacy) of Campbells Creek.
Also surviving are 11 great-grandchildren, Cassandra Hudnall of St. Albans, Jeffrey "Jay" Layton of Cleveland, Ohio, Brandon Layton of Snellville, Ga., Frankie Layton of Snellville, Ga., Donte Layton of Oak Hill, Ashley Layton of Walton, Marissa Tolley of Hurricane, Daniel Layton of Campbells Creek, Graceion Meadows of Campbells Creek, Tasha McMillan of Campbells Creek and Johnee Loggins of Campbells Creek; two step-great-grandchildren, Rebekah Kinsey of Emporia, Va. and Sarah Carter (Greg) of Corbin, Ky.; as well as four great-great-grandchildren, Colton Kuba of St. Albans and Hunter Carter, Kennedy Loggins and Maci Loggins, all of Campbells Creek. Phoeba is also survived by several special nieces who helped care for her on a daily basis, Faye Woody (Stanton of St. Albans and Kay Bell, Etta Keeney and Kaitlyn Keeney, all of Campbells Creek.
Funeral service will be held at Springfork Missionary Baptist Church on Saturday, May 25, at noon with the Rev. Randall Wilson, Pastor Mike Long and special friend, Tyler Long, officiating. Friends may call two hours prior to the service.
Stevens & Grass Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
The family would like to extend a special thank you to the outstanding caregivers and nursing staff at CAMC Memorial, especially Sarah, Bridget and Nicole on the Clinical Decision Unit, for their kindness and compassion during this difficult time.
Mr. Rockwell was a native of South Charleston, W.Va. In 1955-1956 he made a career change which brought the family, wife, Lillian and sons, Marty and Roger, to Pensacola and later to Milton, Fla. From 1955 until his retirement as a supervisor in 1985 he worked at Escambia Chemical Corp., later Air Products.
In Pensacola he was a charter member of the Scenic Hills Country Club and a charter member and officer of the Pensacola Beach Elks Lodge.
From 1977 he was an active member of St. Rose of Lima Parish in Milton, where he was baptized into the Roman Catholic Church on April 22, 1984, and was a member of Knights of Columbus Council 7027 and a Special Minister of the Eucharist.
In 1989 Mr. and Mrs. Rockwell moved back to Pensacola and became active with St. Paul Parish and Our Savior Church. Mrs. Rockwell died in 1993.
Mr. Rockwell enjoyed reminiscing about his early days in West Virginia. He had an eager family audience who enjoyed tales of his daring youthful exploits and his South Charleston High School years. He served as senior class president and captain of the football team. Always resourceful and forward thinking, he recounted his efforts to make extra money: a teenage paper route, joining the National Guard while still in high school and working at Union Carbide, yet still finding time to purchase land and build homes after he and Mary Lillian Murray married in 1940. He was an officer of the South Charleston and the West Virginia Junior Chamber of Commerce.
Though working in a wartime industry, Mr. Rockwell chose to join the Navy during World War II. One of his proudest moments came years later when he participated in the last Emerald Coast World War II Veterans Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. in 2011.
Survivors include two sons and daughters-in-law, Martin and Anne Rockwell of Louisville, Ky. and Roger and Mary Jo Hebert Rockwell of Pensacola; four grandchildren, Lauren McClure (Scott) and Markham Rockwell (Heather) of Louisville, Ky., Patricia Lee of Pensacola and Bill Rockwell (Kris) of Panama City, Fla.; and nine great-grandchildren, Ian, Reed and Luke McKinley, Billy and Kaitlynn Lee, Sloane and Holden Rockwell and Bryce and Colby Rockwell.
Visitation will be held from 10:30 a.m. until the Rosary and Funeral Mass to begin at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 25, at St. Paul Catholic Church, 3131 Hyde Park Road, Pensacola. Burial will follow at Holy Cross Cemetery in Pensacola.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America, Inc. or the charity of your choice.
Born August 4, 1919, in Clay, she was the daughter of the late Worth Davis and Lilly Proctor Davis. In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by her step-mother, Nancy Dawson Davis; daughter, Mary Trexler; and granddaughter, Cathy Crider.
Audrey was a homemaker and was a member of Lizemores United Methodist Church. Some of her greatest joys were serving the Lord, whether it be in Church or at home and family get togethers.
She is survived by her husband, Jr. Rogers of Indore; and her children, Betty Rogers of Mattoon, Ill., Wesley Humphrey of Thomasboro, Ill., Nancy Mooday and Em Ornrdoff, both of Mattoon Ill., John (Dorothy) of Lizemores, Cora (Jerry) Thornberry of Malvern, Ariz., Eugene (Mandy) Humphrey of Indore, Danny (Melissa) Humphrey of Rolling Prairie, Ind., Darlene (Carroll) Ramsey of Indore, Linda (Guy) Stewart of Indore; brother, James Davis of Walton; 33 grandchildren, 56 great-grandchildren; and 24 great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral service will held 11 a.m., Monday, May 27, at Lizemores United Methodist Church, Lizemores, with Minister Don Dobbins, Minister Carl Burrows and Minister Paul Young officiating. Burial will be in the Hively Cemetery, Valley Fork.
Friends may call from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Sunday, May 26, at Wilson-Shamblin-Smith Funeral Home, Clay.
Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.carlwilsonfuneralhome.com.
Wilson-Shamblin-Smith Funeral Home is honored to be serving the Rogers family.