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at his home in Fairview. He was born April 10, 1928, in Harrison County. His parents were John and Mary Slamick Kubas. John was a graduate of Shinnston High School and received a bachelor of science degree in pharmacy at West Virginia University. (Times West Virginian)
He is survived by his children, Eileen Jarvis of New York, Deanna Jarvis Vance of Columbus, Shannon Jarvis Webb of Missouri, and Caston Jarvis of London, Ohio; sisters, Fayette Stone of Hamden, Sue Jarvis of West Virginia, and Margaret Rodriguez of New ... (Vinton Daily)
Joanne graduated from the Greenbrier College for Women, graduated with an Associates of Arts degree from Greenbrier College and received her BS degree in chemistry from West Virginia ... Funeral Home, 521 Fifth St., Parkersburg. The Rev. Kevin Lantz ... (Newsand Sentinel)
She was born and raised in Fairmont, West Virginia, the only daughter of the late Leonard ... 2014 from 3 to 7 P.M. at Carlson Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, 1642 Pearl Road, (1/2 mile South of Route 303), Brunswick. A Funeral Service will follow ... (The Medina-Gazette)
She is survived by one son, Robert Lewenstein of Blue Creek; one daughter, Francesca Davis of Dallas; two grandchildren; Tommy Stead of New York and Chandra Stead of Cincinnati, and one sister, Patricia Alsacker of Fairfax, Virginia. She was a former model ... (Buckeye Country 105.5)
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