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2- PRESTON COUNTY JOURNAL- Wednesday, September 14, 2011- Kingwood, WV Obituaries MARClLLE MCDONALD Marcille McDonald, age 70, of Osage, formerly of Grafton, died, Wednesday, August 31, 2011, at her residence. She was born in Grafton, Feb- ruary 2, 1941, a daughter of the late Pearl Mitchell and Pearl Hudkins. Her husband, Vincent McDon- ald, preceded her in death in 1995. She was a member of the North America Laborers International Union Local #814 and attended Oak Grove Baptist Church. She was a Pre-op Clinical Aid at WVU Healthcare Ruby Memo- rial Hospital. Surviving are: three daughters, Catherine Jefferson, and hus- band George, Starlene McDon- ald, and Sandra Souch and hus- band Michael, all of Pursglove; two sons, Ricky McDonald and wife Joyce, of Virginia, and Da- vid McDonald and wife Dorrit, of Independence; 15 grand- children, and 11 great grand- children; one sister, Lucille Hudkins, of Grafton; brothers- in-law, Earl McDonald, and Ronald McDonald, both of Cassville; sisters-in-law, Mary Collins, of Maidsviile; Druz- illa Cooley, of Morgantown; Lenora Davenport and husband John, of OH; Louise Peterange- DOROTHY BORN Dorothy Catherine Born, 85, of Reedsville, died Wednesday, September 7, 20!1, at Ruby Memorial Hospital. She was born January 27, 1926, in Carmichaels, PA, the daughter of the late Thomas Kenneth and Ruth Gene (Mc- Minn) Sloneker. She was a graduate of Cum- berland Township High School and Morgantown Business Col- lege. She worked as a secretary for the WVU Extension Service in Kingwood for 17 years and lo, of OH; Mageline Hillson and husband Marion, of Maidsville, WV, and Jeannie McDonald, of Morgantown; and many nieces and nephews. In addition to her husband she was preceded in death by: one grandson, Ira Timothy Mc- Donald; two sisters, Betty Con- rad, and Helen Matlick; one brother, Carl Lee Hudkins; and brothers-in-law, Harland Mc- Donald, Ralph McDonald, Leo McDonald, Jack Collins, John Peterangelo, and Robert Mc- Donald. Friends and family were re- ceived at Bartlett Funeral Home, Grafton. Funeral ser- vices were conducted Saturday, September 3 with Pastor Craig Johnson officiating. Interment was at Knottsville Cemetery. her daughter, Judy Suzanne LOREI"rA SHACKELFORD Loretta A. (Weaver) Shackel- ford, 78 of Grafton died Thurs- day, September 8, 2011, at her residence. She was born April 11, 1933 in Tunnelton, a daughter of the late George H. Weaver and Ag- nes (Shaw) Weaver. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Lloyd "Junior" Shackelford, who died on January 12, 2011. She was survived by two daughters, Judy A. Menear and husband, Phillip and Janet L. Ringler and companion, Vaughn Wright; one sister, Mrs. Eugene (Barbara) Canfield of Grafton; one sister-in-law, Mildred B. (Poling) Weaver; also survived by several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by one daughter, Pamela June Shackelford; one great- grandson, Tray Stemple; three brothers, Thomas E. Weaver, Robert H. Weaver and wife, Peggy, and Junior H. Weaver; two sisters, Betty Pisino and Helen Louise Weaver. Loretta worked on the as- sembly line at the Hazel Atlas Glass Company and WV Plas- tic in Grafton, and was the site supervisor at the Taylor County Senior Center. She attended the First Baptist Church of Grafton and was a member of the Naomi Chapter #12 O.E.S. WILLIAM JUSTUS William Arthur Justus, 36 of Miller Street, Morgantown died Wednesday, September 7, 2011. He was born April 12, 1975 in Morgantown a son of Ralph G. Justus of Morgantown and Leah L. and James Haught of Mor- gantown. He was an IT Specialist with the Preston County Board of Education and was a member of the Cheat Lake Community Church. He enjoyed reading and was a Sci-Fi Star Wars buff but his greatest joy was found in be- retired in 1988. She was a mem- Born. She was the last surviv- ing a loving father to his daugh- - . ......... ,lx/,Julianna, and a cOmpanibn br of the Mt.Vegn Un!ted ing/member o0 f her immedi.;antcaregiver for hislat I Methodist Church and the Pres- family .'. :. -, .,:,,,, . ; ,.. ' "  '" ', "n o n"  i ..... ' "" ..... gr'dni:lmother, t.. Marjorie Koot: tq  u ty,enor ttlzens, oI , .. ..  : , ,=,,... ,,, ..... In auolHon, William 1s Sill'- Valley District. She is survived by one daugh- ter in law, Helen Born, of Reedsville; two granddaugh- ters; one great-grandson and one great-granddaughter. She was preceded in death by her son, Jacob Cay Born and Friends and family were re- ceived at Field Funeral Home, Masontown. where were servic- es were held Monday, Septem- ber 12, with Rev. John Brosky officiating. Interment followed at Sunset Memorial Gardens, Kingwood. Dress up your bed! Chris Shaffer will teach how to quilt a pillow sham at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 14 at Center Hall in Arthurdale. Pick a favorite style ranging from a simple sham to a Cross Quilt- ed one to the challenging Prairie Points style. Register by calling Jeanne at 304-864-3959, emailing ahi@ar-, or stopping by the AHI office. Be sure to ask for the supply list. Class is $20 for AHI members and $25 for oth- ers. vived by one sister, Jamie R. Justus and husband Ryan of Morgantown; paternal grand- parents, Virginia R. and Arthur G. Justus; and one niece Lilly G. Justus. William was preceded in death by his grandfathe r, Fred W. Root. McCulla Funeral Home will provide cremation services. Memorial services will be held Audibel Hearing Aids for Every Lifestyle & Budget! 1.877.585.4327 [. Thursday's by Appointment (Inside Wittiam's Chiropractic) Over20 Years F_xpeaence at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Septem- ber 17, at the Cheat Lake Com- munity Church with Pastor John Sommers officiating. In lieu of flowers, the family requests do- nations be made in William's memory to the Cheat Lake Community Church. Online condolences may be sent to the family at LESTER SPIKER Lester Eugene "Gene" Spiker, 84, of Fellowsville, died Satur- day, September 10, 2011 at the residence of his grandchildren, Tom and Correna McDaniel. He was born March 18, 1927 in Morgantown, son ot: the late Lester W. and Lois B. Sheets Spiker. He was a veteran of the US NAVY serving in World War II. He retired from Triad engi- neering as a core driller. He was a member of the Grafton VFW Post 3081 and was known to his family and friends as Jed and Geno. He enjoyed sports and bin- go. He also enjoyed fishing, gambling, spending time with friends and family. He is sur- vived by one son, Rick and wife Sandy Spiker, Fellowsville; two daughters, Lynn Wolfe and husband J.R. Fellowsville, Sue Fortney and husband Denny, Newburg; eight grandchildren; ten great grandchildren, one brother, Norman Spiker, Ar- thurdale; one sister, Ruth Miles, Sacramento, CA; several nieces and nephews. tn ,addition to his parents, Jed,,was preceded in death bY his wife of 57 years, Mary Jo Neweome Spiker; two broth- ers, Truman Spiker and Donald "Abe" Spiker; one sister Evelyn Schiffabauer and a great grand- daughter. Family and friends were received at Bolyard Fu- neral Home, Newburg, Sunday, until the service at lpm with the Reverend Rotha Hall offi- ciating. Graveside services will be held Friday, September 16, at 11 a.m. at the West Virginia National Cemetery. Military Gutters Plus -High Quality Seamless Gutters & Supplies- Commercial & Residential Installed or Dropped Roofing Siding Windows * More Professionally InStalled for over 20 Years Doug Wilhelm Owner/Operator 304-290-2053 mobile 304-379-3113 office Prompt Friendly Service Licensed, wv026622 4 Unit Commercial Building Property Drawings - Saturday, tober 8 Tulmelton Volunteer Fire Department Doors open at 11:30 AM - Drawings at Noon Kids Under 12 $5 REAL ESTATE AUCTION Thursda, mber 15 4:00 PM 208 Main Street Kingwood, WV Downtown Kingwood 3 Established Tenants Immedlats Income 500 Sq. Ft. Unit - 800 Sq. Ft. Unit Many Upgrades - Very Well Maintained - Each Unit has own office and private bath 1,400 Sq. Ft. Store Front 40' x 60' Warahouee DIRECTIONS: From 1-68, WV-7 EXIT 4, toward Sabraton. Turn left onto WV-7/Earl L Core Rd. Continue to follow WV-7, 9.5 Miles. Turn right onto N Main St/WV-7. Continue to follow WV-7, 3.1 Miles. Turn slight left onto Kingwood St/WV-7. Continue to follow WV-7, 7.5 Miles. Turn slight left onto W Main St/WV-7. Watch for Joe R. Pyle Auction Signs. FOR COMPLETE LISTING AND PHOTOS VISIT OUR WEBSITE: e R. Pyle Auction & Realty Company Joe R. Pyle, Broker ]'0E R," PYLE  Mt. Morris, PA. Shinnston, WV ......... ,-,, WV212 PAAU001708 1-888-875-1599 Noon - Laptop Package 12:15 - GPS Navigation System. 12:30 - 32" Flat-Screen TV 12:45 - Xbox360 4G 1:00 - Digital Camera Package 1:15 - Nook Color 1:30 - 8GB iPod Touch 1:45 - Waterproof Video Camera 2:00 - TV Package 2:15 - Nintendo 3DS 2:30 - Desktop Computer 2:45 - Set of 2 portable DVD Players w/cases 3:00 - Hunters Package 3:15 - Digital Camera 3:30 - PlayStaUon 3 3:45 - iPad 4:00 - Video Camera Package 4:15 - DVD and VItS Recorder/Player 4:30 - Fire Safe w/Electronic Lock 4:45 - Acer Laptop 5:00 - Wii Package 3-Digit #: 22" Flat Screen TV Tickets available from Any TVFD Member or at WW Service Center, Tunndton Quik Stop and #4 Mini Mart in Tunnelton. For more info call Angle Weaver at 304-568-2126 or Becky Bolyard at 304-216-0332. graveside rites will be accorded by the VFW Memorial City Post #3081, the American Le- gion Taylor County Post #12, Central WV DAV Chapter 24, and their auxiliaries. Online condolences can be sent or sympathy gifts ordered for the Spiker family at www.bolyard- FERRELL JONES Ferrell Freeman Jones, 50, of Morgantown, died on Wednes- day, September 7, 2011 at his residence. Ferrell was born May 1, 1961 in Morgantown, the son of the late Mary Jane Jones. Fen'ell received a degree in auto" body repair, and was a protestant by faith. Ferrell is survived by his wife of "18 years, LindaCobb Jones; a son Scott Cobb of Morgan- town; one brother Okey Jones of Albright; and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. In addition to his mother, Fer- rell was preceded in death by a brother Wayne Dalton. In honoring the families wish- es, cremation services will be provided by Fred L. Jenkins Funeral Home. A memorial ser- vice will be held at a later date. Headland offering class A six-week course for persons interested in training to become Certified Nursing Assistants is tentatively scheduled to begin on October 12 at Heartland of Preston County. Students will be provided with books and equipment necessary for the course. According to Sheila Hard- esty, RN, course instructor, the curriculum is state-approved and also complies with federal guidelines. Students receive training in a range of patient care skills, in- cluding "intensive" training in the care of Alzheimer's patients, patients' rights, and houw to recognize and report abuse. Following classroom training, students begin a period of clini- cal training, working with staff CNAs to practice and develop the skills and routines learned in class. Students must pass a writ- ten skills test, and upon success- ful completion, may be invited to join the Heartland nursing staff as openings become avail- ti, We Still Do Parties M YES We Are Hiring For appointment or inf0 call able. According to Hardesty, students who have completed their training at Heartland have attained an extremely high pass rate on the state exam. There is no fee for the class. The facility maintains a staff of approximately 70 full and part time CNAs, whom Hard- esty calls her "eyes and ears". 'q'hey make the biggest dif- ference in our patient's lives, " Hardesty said. "Our nurses rely on the observations of our CNAs, who must be alert to any changes in a patient's physi- cal and mental condition and promptly report those changes to our staff supervisors. We are lucky to have suchprofessional and caring staff." Applications for this course are available at Heartland and should be completed by Sep- tember 19. Heartland will continue to ac- cept applications after that date for future classes. For more information, call Heartland at (304) 329-3195. Home Monumental Works All Types of Monuments and Markers Vases & Cemetery Lettering 608 w. State Avenue, Term Atta (304) 789-6053 Stop In or Cat[ for an Appointment. DI'S M/ULRII00I D] Fr/end & Mindy Rubles will become Husband & Wi on SeFtember tS, 2oft in a Private Ceremony. The Reception will be held at the Rowlesburg Vol. Fire DeFt at3:3 o p.m. Informal Dress  Ball hne C00tefir00 Brought to you by The Preston County Inn Customized Picnics, Birthdajs Business Meetings Rehearsal Dinners Reunions Social Luncheons Tailgates, Tents & Festivals Receptions House or Off" Site Anniversaries Graduation Parties Platters...Pick Up or To Go 112 West Main Street Kinood, WV" 26537 304-329-2220