The Fayette Tribune, Oak Hill, W.Va.

Obituaries

March 7, 2012

Obituaries - Thursday, March 8, 2012

Leoma Forren Adkins

Leoma Forren Adkins, 80, of Meadow Bridge, died March 4, 2012, at Charleston Area Medical Center, Memorial Division, following a short illness.

Born Feb. 28, 1932, at Meadow Bridge, she was the daughter of the late Alex and Sallie Knapp Forren. She also was preceded in death by her husband of 44 years, James Hamner Adkins, and a grandson, Josh.

Leoma was a member of the Meadow Bridge United Methodist Church, a member of the VFW John Page Post No. 4484 Ladies Auxiliary, and a homemaker.

Surviving: daughters, Anita Smith (Bill) of St. Albans, Geneva Brown (Durand) of Charleston, Va., Mary Fields (Gayle) of Elkview, Tina Livingston (David) of Rupert, and Lula Adkins of Meadow Bridge (who was her caretaker); son, Ernest Adkins of Charleston; a sister, Lula Parker (Fred) of Roanoke, Va.; seven grandchildren, and three step grandchildren; five great-grandchildren, and three step great-grandchildren.

Services were March 7 at the Meadow Bridge United Methodist Church of Meadow Bridge, with Pastor James Johnson officiating. Burial followed in the Adkins Family Cemetery, Meadow Bridge.

Arrangements by Wallace & Wallace Funeral Home, Rainelle.

Carol Lynn ‘Tucky’ Williams Ashmore

Carol Lynn “Tucky” Williams Ashmore, 48, died Feb. 28, 2012, while surrounded by family and friends at St. Francis Hospital in Charleston. Although she had been diagnosed with cancer nine years ago, the cancer never conquered her spirit.

Born July 28, 1963, at Fort Knox, Ky., she was the daughter of Ted Williams of Paint Creek, and the late Carolyn Ash Williams. She also was preceded in death by a brother, Joseph Williams; nephews, Jacob Williams and special angel Wehrle; her second mother, Susie Williams; and many other loved ones.

Carol graduated from Mount Hope High School. She worked in several occupations during her adult life, but her most cherished “job” was being a mother and grandmother. Her hobbies included photography, cake decorating, poetry, quilt making and painting.

She attended Packs Branch Baptist Church and was a devout worker for the Lord. Visitation, Bible school, and attending worship services were some of her favorite activities. She showed so much compassion and love toward others and was always trying to make a difference in someone’s life. Even during her times of sickness she was always trying to do the Lord’s work and get someone new to go to church. She had many favorite scriptures, one of which was Jude 1:22, “And of some have compassion, making a difference.”

Surviving, along with her father, Ted: her children, Ronnie Ashmore Jr. and Jennifer Ashmore of Fayetteville, Gregg and Amanda Davis of Oak Hill, and Cara Ashmore of Paint Creek; grandchildren, Davin Davis, Elijah Donnally, Kaitlyn Ashmore and Emily Ashmore; brothers, Dan and Ruth Williams of Diamond and Scott and Lori Williams of Hernshaw; nieces, Ashley Williams and Kaylie Williams; and nephew, Joey Williams; and many friends, and brothers and sisters in Christ along with a special prayer partner, Katherine Bragg.

Funeral services were March 3 at the Packs Branch Baptist Church with Pastor Sam Vance officiating. Burial was at Gethsemane Memorial Gardens, Oak Hill.

Online condolences may be sent at www.tyreefuneralhome.com.

Arrangements by Tyree Funeral Home, Oak Hill.

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