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m m Tues. Oct. 31, 2017 Hinton News - 3 EVERETTE P. BERKELEY Everette P. Berkeley, 99, of was no job tooamallor unimportant Alderson went home to be with the for him. If that job needed to be done Lord, Saturday, October 28, he had the " ~i~,ity to do it, then he 2017 at the Bower's Hospice did it. He simply wanted to be a part House following a long illness, of people getting saved and them Born April 21, 1918 at Tempa he having their lives changed because was a son of the late Pearl Orlando of Jesus. And the person who told and Lillie May Ballengee Berkeley. Russ that they didn't want any part Everette was a member of the of it, Russ did not take offense and Tempa Baptist Church, a United if their paths crossed again, well States Army World War II Veteran, Russ picked up where he left off. member of the VFW and DAV, Sons Russell Crook's life had been turned of the American Revolution as well upside, or rather right side up, by as an active member ofthe NRA. He Jesus Christ and he wanted was former timberman, truck driver everybody he met to have that same and was the last surviving member experience. of his immediate family. There was a Celebration of Life He was preceded in death by two Service on Monday, October 30th at brothers, Luther and Robert H. 11:00 a.m. from the New Testament Berkeley; two sisters, Edith and Baptist Church in Floral City with Annie Berkeley and two infant Rev. Ledford Hodges officiating. siblings. Burial followed in Florida National Those left to cherish his memory Cemetery with military honors. The include one special nephew, Robert family received friends at the Chase O."Landon" Berkley of Tempa; one E Davis Funeral Home Sunday, special great nephew, Harvey B. October 29 from 3:00-5:00 p.m. Berkley and wife Kelsey of Tempa; In lieu of flowers, memorials may two special great great niece and be given to the New testament: nephew, Leslie and Landon Berkley; Baptist Church or the Disabled a special cousin, Carol Lee Grissett American Veterans. of KY and several other nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, November 1, 2017 at the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors Chapel with Pastor Bobby Reed officiating. Burial will follow in the Tempa Baptist Church Cemetery. Friends may call from 6- 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral parlors. Family and friends will serve as pallbearers. Arrangements are by the Renald Meadows Funeral Parlors of Hinton. Condolences may be Sent to the family at www.ronaldmeadowsfp. com # n BETTY R. FRAZIER RUSSELL P. CROOK Russell Paris Crook, 84 Inverness passed away suddenly at his vacation home in Ellijay, Georgia on October 22, 2017. Russell was born in Hinton, WV, to the late James P. and Clarice (Meadows) Crook and came here in 1980 from Jumping Branch, W.VA He was the former owner and operator of the Rock N' Dirt Excavating Company. He served our country during the Korean Conflict in the U.S. Army and was a member of the New Testament Baptist Church in Floral City, FL. Left to cherish is his memory is his wife of 53 years, Barbara Epperly Crook of Inverness; four children: Cathy Sue Owens of Fostoria, OH; Lisa Peeples and her husband, Danny of Floral City; Sherry Emrick and husband, A1 of Inverness; Andrea Smith of Lecanto; 1 Sister, Deborah Robinson and husband, JeffofMt. Clemens, MI; 1 brother, Brice Crook, White Oak WV; 7 grandchildren: Sean Owens, Adrienne Emrick, Clayton Peeples, Jessica Peeples, Ashley Emrick, Sidney Smith, Allison Smith, 4 great-grandchildren: Parker Bryson, Carson, and Maverick. He was predeceased by 3 brothers, Lewis~ Norman, and Myles Crook, and infant sister Grace. Russell was a loved, respected and admired as a husband, father, grandfather, brother, and friend. Russ knew no stranger. He was no respecter of persons. He didn't care about your station in life. He gave everyone respect. Russ was a bold Ambassador for Jesus. It did not matter who you were or where you were, Russ was going to let you know that Jesus loved you. He was not an eloquent speaker but he was a passionate proclaimer of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He didn't judge people. He knew what he was when he gave himself to Jesus and he knew what a great miracle Jesus had worked in his life. And simply put, that is what he wanted for you, for me, and every person that crossed his path. For 10 years, Russell traveled all over this country and this earth on mission trips tc share the gospel of Jesus. When he was on these trips there Betty Ruth Frazier, 74 of Talcott passed away peacefully after fighting a long battle with cancer on Saturday October 28, 2017 at her hdme. She was the true definition of a fighter. Born January 6, 1943 in Alderson, she was the daughter SHANNON SMITH Shannon Scott "Scooter" Smith, 23 of Hilldale, went home to be with the Lord on Sunday, October 22, 2017 following a fatal car accident at Riverside Rest. Scott was born on August 23, 1994 in Beckley, WV. He was the son of Michael and Angella Smith of• Hilldale. Scott was a 2012 graduate of Summers County High School. He was enlisted as a 1 2N in the Army National Guard. He was a truck driver at United Refrigeration in Beaver. Scott enjoyed working out and eating healthy. He also enjoyed skateboarding with his friends. He was a loving son, brother and friend to all who knew him. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ernest and Goldie Smith, one aunt, Elizabeth and husband Howard Vanover, uncles, Daniel Berry, Richard L. Richmond, Jr., great grandparents, Herb and Hazel Richmond and an uncle Billy Richmond, and Great Grandfather Joseph R. Gill Those left to cherish his memory are his parents, Michael and Angella Smith of Hilldale, a brother, Michael E. Smith, Jr. and wife Crystal of Hilldale, a sister, Kelly Cales and husband Johnathan of Hilldale, one beloved expected nephew, Clayton Scott Cales. Grandparents, Richard and Jo Ann Richmond of Indian Mills, great grandmother, Anna Jean Gill of Indian Mills. Aunts and uncles include Bill Berry, Ernie Smith and wife Patricia, Ricky Summers County High School isHicks, Levi Jones, Jalin Keaton, Wykle, Samantha Cain, Erica proud to announce the "A" and "B" Madoc Lathroum, Danaylee Long, Merrill, Britney Saunders, Tyler honor roll for the 1st nine weeks. Katelyn Martin, Damien Ward, Seigler, Shanon Wills, Nathaniel Students are named to the "A" honor Haylie Williams, Emily Wills,Wykle, ChristopherForren, Karsyn roll for having a 4.0 GPA. Students Hunter Woods, Faith Mullins, Keaton, Katelyn Ward, Dakota with a 3.0-3.99 GPA are named to Hunter Thomas, Emilee Ward, Adkins, Caleb Boone, Eli Bower, the "B" honor roll. Edward Whaley, Isaiah Wills, ValerieCox, Jordan Farley, Madison Summers County High School Keandre Sarver, Elliot Smith, Logan Graves, Gracie O'Meara, Catey lst Nine Weeks "A" Honor RollFerrell, Brody Cales, JasmineShort, ChelsieWynn, Jesse Barton, 9th Grade: Ashton Basham, Crowe, Luke Hutchison, Angel Hannah Blankenship, Tyler Bower, Candace~ Crawford, Markis Lucas, Will Taylor, Tyler Vaughn, Krystina Gore, Stephanie Grizzle, Crawford, Harleigh Ellison, Lauren Logan Fox, Sally Fox, McKenzie Lauren Jones, Alexandra Lester, Ellison, Emily Grimmett, Makayla McGuire. Brody Smith, Michaela Smith, Gross, SierraHonaker, TaylorIssac, 10th Grade: Bethani Cline, Mikinsie 'Ward, Clay Jordan, Destiny McAlpine, Gavin Pivont, Juanita Dick, Tearsia Fischer, Marcus McGuire, CordelIMeadows, Lilly Plumley, Olivia Presley, Gage Ashley Lilly, Corey Martin, Tyler Timothy Persani, Michelle Richmond, Landon Richmond, Riley Miller, Chase Richmond, Caiman Shrewsbury, Austin Taylor, William Richmond, Abigail Ward. Rifle, Dakota Seigler, lan Shaffer, Whittaker, Taylor Brnmit, Rabecka 10th Grade: Logan Bennett, Dawson Tolbert, Kaley Allen, Clemmer, Ashley Lowry, Chanah Zachary Bolling, Cailyn Butler, Heaven Cales, Lindsey Gill, Dakota Ratliff, Lilith Trout, Kaleb Vaughn. Hunter Cantley, Austin Christian, Mansfield, Landrie Martin, Kayley 12th Grad~ Hannah Romanello, Alexis Garansuay, Raquel Huber, Nichols, Caleb Okes, Tyler Plumley, Ashley Minesky, Myrecal Crawford, Makaylah Jeffries, Lauren Lane, Savannah Smith, Mallory Drennen, Cheyanne Bonds, Colton Cross, Lauren Pack, Jordan Rutherford, Shaylah Henry, Abigail Lester, Bryce Martin, Kanyon Brogan, Lakelyn Sexton, Emily Turner.Roxxi Morris, Brooke Ward,~Autumn Tiffani Cline, Jillian Plumley, llth Grade: Marcella Aguilar,Whittaker, Joseph Chastain, Catherine Sexton, Chiana Meador, • Bailey Fortner, Tatum Fox, Hunter Haleigh Cozort, KennedyDrennen, Avery Romanello, Benjamin Neal, Adkins, Eternity Crawford, Miranda Epperly, Makaila Knight, Austin Osborne, Nicole Rodriguez, Christiana Dipisa, Logan Jones, Jessica Moore, Colton Zimmerman, Michaela Wynes, Angell Aclkins, Aleah Lilly, CamrynWelch. Bryleigh Davis, Benjamin Zakary Hicks, Taylor Lester, 12th Grade: Skyler Richmond, Dickenson, Dawson Lemon, NashGregory Pack, Tucker Lilly, Andrew Matthew Fleshman, Bailey Meadows, Dylan Hardy, Nicole Richmond, Elway Alvis, Ayana Richmond, Abbigail Forren, Kitchen, Trent Meador, CelinaGraves, BraydenKnight, TylerRose, Christian Lilly, Travis Cole, Heather Petschulat, Savanna Wood, Abby Hunter Bumgardner, Katlin Ward, Epperly, Daniel Foster, Alexis Bennett, Bradley Brooks, Ty Hannah Taylor, Lee Ratliff, Malik Hardman, Samantha Holland, Fitzpatrick, Dakota Gill, Luke Wynes, Brittanie Fischer, Tucker MeganMcGraw. Holland, Khalil Honaker, Camren Smith, Dylan Stickler, Tucker Summers County High Sehool Meadows, Samantha Murphy, Bennett, Meghan Bragg, Angela 1st Nine Weeks WB" Honor RollSavanna Nelson, Dustin Stephens, Floria, Harley Gwinn, Levi Harvey, 9th Grade: Hannah Adkins, Makayla Sweeny. Brandon Maddy, Britney Pack, Alexis Baker, Baylee Bentley, Jesse llth Grade:Jaden Bragg, EmilyAlicia Sprague, Hanna Wiley. Cales, Megan Cooper, AdreannaCox, Arthur Harmon, Zoe Johnson, Congratulations to these students Finley, Emma Ford, lan Gardner, Steven Toth, Emily Harris, Samuel for their accomplishments. Keep up Courtney Cox, Cleo Dick, Mason the good work! Pet Products Keep Your Dog From Dining In The Litter Box (NAPS)--lf)'our home is like most, you share it with at least one animal Betty lived life to the fullest, missed dearly by all of his family and with a beautiful smile and a love friends. for all that knew her. She was a "Through Grace by Faith We're graduate of Union High School and Saved" was a homemaker and caregiver. Funeral services were held at 2:00 She was a member of Broad Run p.m. Thursday, October 26, 2017 at Baptist Church at Wolf Creek and Pivont Funeral Home Chapel in enjoyed flower gardening, attending Hinton with Chaplain Captain Chip yard sales, but most importantly, Bennett officiating. Burial withfull she loved being a mother and military honors followed in grandmother. Greenbrier Burial Park in Hinton. Besides her parents, she was The family received friends from preceded in death by an infant 12:00 p.m. until time of services on brother, Walter Jackson. Thursday, October 26 at the funeral Survivors include her husband home. of 57 years, David Frazier. Two Pallbearers were; Michael E. sons, Jeffrey Shannon Frazier and Smith, Jr., Coty Martin, Ernest Jimmy David Frazier and wife Smith, Matthew Smith, Dylan Ruth. One daughter, Sheila Ann Adkins, Billy Cox and James Raines. Copeland and husband Kurt. ThreeOnline condolences at grandchildren, Rebecca Beaner and husband Bernie, Courtney Arrangements were by Pivont Copeland andCarter Copeland.Funeral Home, Hinton, WV. Two great grandchildren, Jackson and Jacob Beaner. Two brothers, Jim Jackson and wife Donna and Noti Buck Jackson and wife Millie. ce Three sisters, Marie Comer, Penny O'Brien and husband Pat and AL-ANON Dreama Carter. Are you troubled by someone's Funeral services will be held at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday November drinking? A1-Anon Family Group 1, 2017 at Oak Grove Methodist can help. To help them, you have to help yourself first. Church at Ballengee with Pastor Meetings every Monday nights Dana Stalnaker officiating. Burial 7:00 p.m. behind the ChildAdvocacy will follow in Oak Grove Cemetery at Ballengee. Friends may call from Center at 411 Temple Street. For more information call: 466-2760. 6 until 8 p.m. Tuesday evening at Pivont Funeral Home in Hinton, and one hour prior to services on ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Wednesday at the church. Open meetings in the basement Pallbearers will be; Jim and of Ascension Episcopal Church, Jeff Frazier, Steve Lucas, Kurt corner of 5th Ave. & Temple St., and Carter Copeland and Doug Hinton at 8:00 p.m. every Tues., Sigman. Thurs., & Sat. Online condolences at www. For more information call 1-800- 333-5051. Arrangements by Pivont Funeral Home, Hinton, WV Smith, Bobby Smith and Sue Smith, friend. According to a recent Harris Poll, of the late Cecil andZula Wilson! as well a.s Trina Gill and her 62 percent of americans have at least one Jackson. : ~ ' (~'; husbarid~Gary. He Will 1)~ |’~Ved~dnd - pei: liatf of cat owners also have a dog; Those who don't floss miss cleaning 35 percent of the surface of their teeth. ~d a third of dog owners also have a cat. 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Event Postings Via Expl Summers County Tourism Website If your business or organization has any upcoming events you would like help promoting please go to www.ExploreSummers County. corn/ submitevent and complete the form so we can add your event to our calendar and help further promote it through social media. You can find us on Facebook under "Explore Summers County.~ We also have a bulletin board in our window if you have event fliers for display. NOTICE Do you have a diagnosis of breast cancer or know someone who does? Do you need a mammogram and cannot afford one? Do you live in Summers County? If the answer is yes Walk for Her Lifetime can help. We are an organization that offers mammograms and financial aid to those who have a diagnosis of breast cancer. It doesn't matter if you have insurance or not because we cover items most insurance does not. For more information call 304-288-9189 or 304-575-7026. Approximately $2 billion a year is spent on dental products in the United States. That's a lot of floss. HEALTH DEPARTMENT SCHEDULE Immunizations are given every Monday and Wednesday at the Summers - County Health Department. Please call if am questions 304-466-3388. :•, t The modern Vi01inwas designed in the 1500s by luthier Andrea Amati of Cremona, Italy. Several of his instruments survive to the present day, and some of them can still be played. et Into Print General Tips • Set up your photo by getting close to your subject. Pictures taken from a distance often lack the detail that is necessary to show up well in the newspaper. If people are in the photo, focus on their faces; a full length shot is rarely necessary. • Choose a photo that is in focus and that frames the subject well. 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