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Funeral Home: Taylor Funeral Home Inc. Susannah Ryan Reid ... After traveling and independent study, Susannah became a member of and instructor for the West Virginia Martial Arts Association and taught Kids' Kung Fu and SelfDefense. She volunteered ... (TheNewsCenter)
83, of Glen Allen, formerly of Spencer, West Virginia, passed away peacefully at her home in Glen Allen ... December 17 (today), at Taylor-Vandale, 206 Beauty Street, Spencer, W.Va. Visitation will be held one hour prior. Interment will follow at Mt. (Times Dispatch)
A Farrell woman was hurt Monday morning when her car crashed into a home at 850 Cedar Ave., police said. Marcy DeCarmen, 78, was traveling west on Divison ... Colonial Beach, Va.; three generations of nieces and nephews; an aunt, Mary Atkinson, Hermitage ... (The Herald)
LEWISVILLE, Texas — Shirley “Bobbie” Roberts Taylor ... Funeral service at noon Wednesday in the church with the Rev. Marvin Morris, pastor, officiating. Burial: Haywood Cemetery, West Middlesex. Arrangements by WILBERT L. SHANNON FUNERAL HOME ... (The Herald)
Charles Richard “Charlie” Mace, 95, of Spencer, West Virginia passed away November 14 ... Service will be held at noon on Saturday, November 22, 2014 at the TAYLOR-VANDALE FUNERAL HOME, Spencer, with Rev. Homer Hensley officiating. (Jackson Newspapers)
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