Who are the Charleston West Virginia obituaries?
Obituaries. 1 Casey E. Craft. 5 hrs ago. CASEY E. CRAFT, 26, of Charleston died May 4, 2021. There will be no services at this time. Cremation services are being 2 Mary E. Dye. 3 Cheyenne Danielle Johnson. 4 Dennis McTheny. 5 Terry M. Mclaine.
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When is Wanda groves funeral in Webster Springs?
WANDA (BANKHEAD) GROVES 88, of Clarksburg, formerly of Webster Springs, passed away June 2, 2021. Service will be 2:30 p.m., Sunday, June 6, 2021, at Dodd & Reed Funeral Home, Webster Springs. Friends may join the family for visitation one hour prior to service time at Dodd & Reed Fu… Read more
When did Pamela Kay Phillips of Charleston die?
PAMELA KAY PHILLIPS 71 of Charleston, WV died May 6, 2021, at CAMC Memorial Hospital after an extended illness. Cremation is being planned. Cunningham-Parker-Johnson Funeral Home, Charleston is in charge of the arrangements. Read more STEVEN PAUL WARD, 66, of Dunbar passed away on Wednesday, May 5, 2021.
Who is the Governor of Kanawha County West Virginia?
Gov. Jim Justice returned to the Capitol and spoke to the media on Thursday, further encouraging vaccination against the coronavirus as the mask mandate’s expiration nears. Some Kanawha County residents said they may soon be tapped out from using their taps and priced out of power.
Who is the speaker at the West Virginia Book Festival?
Homer Hickam, the West Virginia native whose “Rocket Boys” memoir was adapted into the film “October Sky,” has been added to the list of featured speakers for this year’s West Virginia Book Festival.
Who is the Chief Science Officer of West Virginia?
The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection’s chief science officer testified about the high prevalence of man-made chemicals known to harm human health around industrial and military sites in the state before a U.S. Senate committee Wednesday.