The Fayette Tribune, Oak Hill, W.Va.


March 19, 2014

Obituaries — Thursday, March 20, 2014


Misty Ann Rosiek Hall

Misty Ann Rosiek Hall, 35, of Oak Hill, died March 7, 2014, at her home.

Misty was born on July 29, 1978, in Orrville, Ohio, daughter of the late Michael “Mick” and Debra Booth Rosiek. Misty also was preceded in death by brother, Michael “Mickey” Rosiek Jr.; and grandparents, Dana and Donna Booth, and Stanley and Wanda Rosiek.

Misty was a home health care provider who attended Spirit and Truth Ministries.

She enjoyed being a mom and watching her children play sports.

Surviving: her daughter, Jada Hall; son, Darion Hall; many uncles, aunts and cousins as well as numerous loving friends, caring community members and church family.

Services were held March 13 at Spirit and Truth Ministries with Bishop Sam R. Calloway Jr. officiating. Interment followed at Floral Hills Garden of Memories in Sissonville.

Donations may be sent to Spirit and Truth Ministries.

Online condolences may be sent at

Arrangements by High Lawn Funeral Chapel, Oak Hill.

Chad Dean Lovelace

Chad Dean Lovelace, 27, of Maple Fork, died March 14, 2014.

Born April 25, 1986, he was the son of Lloyd “Dean” Lovelace and Robin Barley-Wingfield. Chad was cherished until his last day on earth.

He was preceded in death by his paternal great-grandparents, Ora Lee and Virginia Lovelace and James and Chessie Ellison; maternal great-grandparents, Rev. Ernest and Ethel Barley, and James and Edith Johnson; paternal grandfather, Paul M. Lovelace; maternal grandparents, Pastor Robert and Anna Barley; and an aunt, Rainee Lee Barley Price.

Chad was a graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School, obtained a degree in diesel mechanics, esd a black hat coal miner and was of the Christian faith.

He enjoyed hunting, fishing, dirt track racing, motorcycle riding but most of all, he loved just hanging out with his friends and family.

Surviving, in addition to his parents: his son, Ryder Dean Lovelace of Maple Fork; grandparents, Dave and Ruby Riley of Beckley; his father’s companion, Sarah Evans of Oak Hill, and her sons, Chuck and Travis Evans of Oak Hill; a stepfather, James Wingfield of Hico; a girlfriend, Angela Yarber, and her daughter, Adalynn “Bug” Sadler of Sophia; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and family, too many to mention, who will miss his smile and generous ways.

A celebration of Chad’s life was held at the Rose and Quesenberry Shady Spring Chapel, on March 19 with Pastors Walter Leach, Fred Lovell, Danny Legg and Roger Pauley speaking. A private burial will follow.

Donations of sympathy may be made to the family through the funeral home at Rose and Quesenberry, 1901 S. Kanawha Street, Beckley, WV 25801.

Online condolences can be sent at

Arrangements by Rose and Quesenberry Funeral Chapel, Shady Spring.

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