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  • Wednesday Jan 28 | via The Lakeland Ledger 

    Smith, Junior C.

    JUNIOR C. SMITH, 91 Union Carbide CHARLESTON, W.V. - Junior C. Smith, 91, a veteran of WWII, passed 1-22-15, in Lakeland where he lived with his wife, Sue Smith. May he rest in peace.


  • Tuesday Jan 27 | via The Lakeland Ledger 

    Casto, Anna Dean

    ANNA DEAN CASTO, 83 ROCHESTER, MN. - Anna Dean Casto, 83, of Rochester, Minnesota, formerly of Davenport, Florida, died Friday, January 23, 2015, at St. Marys Hospital in Rochester.


  • Friday Jan 23 | via The Inter-Mountain 

    Hilda Bender

    Hilda Bender, 89, a resident of Mt. Liberty community, Philippi, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015, in Broaddus Hospital in Philippi.


  • Wednesday Jan 21 | via The Intelligencer 

    Ronald Ross

    Ronald Paul Ross, 50, of Green Valley Road, Cameron, W.Va., passed away Wednesday, January 21, 2015, at Liza's Place. Ronnie was born May 18, 1964, in Waynesburg, Pa., son of the late James Ross and Freda Soles Ross McVay.


  • Thursday Jan 15 | via West Virginia Metro 

    Arch Moore services Friday, Saturday

    West Virginia's only three-term governor will be remembered in services Friday and Saturday in Charleston and Moundsville. Former governor Arch A. Moore., Jr. died last week.


  • Thursday Jan 15 | via Weirton Daily Times 

    Joan East

    Jo-Ann worked at Wilson News Stand for her mother and brother. Voters Registration, Bethany College, taught CCD at St. John Church for 25 years, Assistant Girl Scout Leader for 10 years, the Altar Rosary Society, Right to Life & Eucharistic Minister and a member of the St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church.


  • Sunday Jan 11 | via The Lakeland Ledger 

    Kimball, June Bright

    JUNE BRIGHT KIMBALL, 91 CHARLESTON, W.Va. - June Bright Kimball, born June 3, 1923, in Charleston, West Virginia, received her Angel wings on Sunday, January 4, 2015, in Houston, Texas.


  • Friday Jan 9 | via Weirton Daily Times 

    Arch Moore funeral services announced

    Funeral arrangements have been announced for former West Virginia Gov. Arch A. Moore Jr., who died Wednesday at the age of 91. Moore's family will receive visitors from 9:30-11 a.m. Friday at the West Virginia Culture Center, located at 1900 Kanawha Blvd. East, Building 9 in Charleston.


  • Friday Jan 9 | via 

    Service set for former W.Va. Gov. Arch Moore

    A memorial service will be held at the West Virginia Culture Center in Charleston at 11 a.m. on Jan. 16. Visitation is set from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 16 at Grisell Funeral Home in Moundsville.


  • Friday Jan 9 | via Bangor Daily News 

    Arch Moore Jr., charismatic West Virginia governor c...

    Arch A. Moore Jr., a charismatic populist who served six terms in Congress and three terms as governor of West Virginia before being convicted in 1990 on widespread corruption charges and having his law license revoked, died Wednesday in Charleston, West Virginia. He was 91. U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, a daughter of the former governor, announced the death but did not cite a cause.


  • Thursday Jan 8 | via The Beaumont Enterprise 

    Former West Virginia Gov. Arch Moore dies at 91

    In this May 12, 1960, file photo, President Dwight Eisenhower, front right, shakes hands with Rep. Arch Moore, of West Virginia, as he poses with a group of Republican congressmen after breakfast at the White House, in Washington.


  • Thursday Jan 8 | via The Inter-Mountain 

    Former Gov. Moore dead at 91

    His death was confirmed Wednesday night by his children, U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, Arch A. Moore III and Lucy Moore Durbin.


  • Thursday Jan 8 | via Big News 

    Former governor Arch Moore dead at 91

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  • Dec 31, 2014 | via News Max 

    Lewis Rudolph, a Krispy Kreme Founder, Dies at 95

    Lewis Rudolph, a founder of Krispy Kreme donuts who built the company into a national brand with his brother Vernon, died Sunday at 95. Rudolph quit high school in the 1930s to work in the family donut business in Nashville with his father Plummie Rudolph and brother Vernon Rudolph, according to The Tennessean . Following a recipe from a New Orleans chef, the donuts became popular enough for them to open up new stores in Atlanta, Charleston, West Virginia and Winston-Salem, North Carolina.