Cabell Record 1999
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Freda S. McComas
Freda B. McComas, 73, Glenwood, W.Va., went to be with
the Lord on Friday, July 30, 1999. Born on August 22, 1925, to
the late Lawrence and Dinah Bias, she was also preceded in death
by her husband, Walter W. McComas, grandson, Thomas Eric McComas,
sisters, Bergie Crowley and Lillie Dick, and brothers, Clellan
and Goble Bias. Survivors include son, Roger A. McComas and wife,
Kathy of Glenwood and his step-children, Michael, Rebekka,
Patrick and Tyler Henry; son, Dennis R. McComas of Glenwood and
his children, Lani, Ryan, Patrick and Daniel McComas; daughter,
Linda McComas Huston and husband, Duane of Tucson, Ariz. and
their children, Derek and Brian Huston; son, Kenneth R. McComas
and wife, Shirley of Glenwood and their children, Angie Staats,
Clayton McComas, Natalie Taylor and Jessica Meadows; daughter,
Brenda McComas Bryant and husband, Jim of Ceredo and her
children, Tamara Lovejoy, Bradley and Leslie Smith; daughter,
Terri McComas Bennett and husband, Jason of Charlotte, NC. and
their children, Rachel and Zachary; sisters, Odessa Messenger of
Barboursville and Reba Gibson of Huntington. Freda lived to see
and enjoy the addition of three great-grandchildren, Kyra Marie
Meadows, born to Jessica and Eddie; Tristan Tanner Lovejoy, born
to Tamara and Rubon; Justin Thomas Staats born to Angie and Tom
and to know and rejoice in the recent birth of Savanna Rae
Taylor, born to Natalie and Josh. Freda was a lifelong member of
the church with members for many years at Union Chapel United
In addition to active participation in the church she worked
outside the home for many years retiring as coordinator of the
Milton Branch of the Senior Community Services Program in late
summer of 1997. She remained active in the Milton Senior Center
to time of her death. Funeral services were held Tuesday, August
3, 1999, at Heck Funeral Home with Rev. James L. Dailey and Rev.
Gordon L. Rutherford officiating. Burial in Union Ridge Cemetery,
Glenwood. The family suggests that memorials be made to the St.
Judes Childrens Research Center, Memphis, TN in lieu
Thelma L. McComas
Thelma L. McComas, 85, of Milton, widow of Lurelen
Lue McComas, died Tuesday, September 28, 1999 in St.
Marys Hospital. Survivors include one son, Richard McComas
of Milton; three sisters, Helen Meadows, Elsie Jenkins and Evelyn
Jenkins, all of Milton; and one brother, Donald Dailey of Hilton
Head Island, S.C. Funeral Friday, Oct. 1, 1999 at Chestnut Grove
Baptist Church. Burial in Chestnut Grove Baptist Church Cemetery,
Milton. Heck Funeral Home, Milton was in charge of arrangements.
Woodrow H. "Woody" McDonie
Mr. Woodrow H. "Woody" McDonie, 80, of Huntington,
W.Va., passed away Friday, May 7, 1999 in Heritage Manor Nursing
and Rehabilitation Center, Huntington. Funeral services were
conducted Monday, May 10 at Heck Funeral Home, Milton, with Rev.
Fred Johns officiating. Burial in Maupin Cemetery, Ona, W.Va.
Woodrow was born in Cabell County on April 11, 1919. He was a son
of the late Sidney Robert and Agnes Jones McDonie. Woodrow was
also preceded in death by two wives, Velma Wetherholt McDonie and
Mary Smith McDonie; and a half brother, Charles Bias. He was
Protestant by faith and a retired carpenter. Woodrow is survived
by four daughters, Carolyn Raines of South Point, Ohio, Rhonda
Fisher of Charleston, Loretta Yates of Trenton, Mich., and Cheryl
Lowery of Maylene, Ala.; three sons, Gary McDonie, John McDonie
and Oscar McDonie, all of Cleveland, Ohio; a stepdaughter, Sandee
Wallace of Sarasota, Fla.; a stepson, Jerry Smith of Chesapeake,
Ohio; two sisters, Dosha Thompson of Hurricane and Mary Frances
Lewis of Barboursville; and two brothers, Lonnie McDonie of
Belle, W.Va., and James Bias of Barboursville; and several
grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
ZENA HARLESS MCCLURE
Zena Harless McClure, 90, of Milton, widow of Raymond E.
McClure, died Tuesday in St. Albans. She was a homemaker.
Survivors include one daughter, Adeline Nelson of St. Albans; two
sons, Robert G. McClure of St. Albans and Jimmy McClure of
Culloden; and one sister, Ada June Stowers of Reed City, Mich.
Funeral was held Friday, April 2nd, at Heck Funeral Home, Milton;
burial in Sand Fork Cemetery, Griffithsville,W.Va.
Janet McCallister, 54, of Milton, died Thursday, May 20, 1999,
at Cabell Huntington Hospital. Funeral services were conducted
Sunday, May 23, 1999, at Wallace Funeral Home & Chapel.
Burial in Barker Ridge Cemetery. She was born September 26, 1944,
in Cabell County, a daughter of Cecil Clagg of Milton and the
late Wilma Holley. She is also survived by her husband, Carl
"Paddle" McCallister; one son, Eddie McCallister of
Milton; two sisters, Judy McCoy of Florida and Dianah Holley of
Ona; and one brother, Ray Clagg of Lesage.