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2 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, July 28, 2005 In Memoriam Rudolph A. Dietz Marian R. Snyder Lloyd L. Harshman Rudolph "Rudy" A. Dietz, 81, of North Carolina, and former- ly of Kearneysville, died July 20, 2005 after an extended ill- ness. He was born June 26, 1924, in Cambridge, Mass. He was a World War II vet- eran serving in the U.S. Navy on board the USS Brennan. He belonged to a number of organizations including 'The Old Buzzards" Amateur Ra- dio Club, The Amateur Radio Emergency SErvice, The Morse Telegraph Club, The American Legion, The Veterans of For- eign Wars, The Loyal Order of the Moose, CHQ Technocra- cy, The Isaac Walton League of America and The Opequon Ra- dio Society. He was a 30-year resident of Kearneysville and had retired from the Federal Avaiation As- sociation in Leesburg, Va in 1986. He is survived by his adult children, daughter, Susan, of North Carolina; daughter Ja- net Perle, of Illinois, and son Rudolph Dietz, III, of West Vir- ginia; as well as close friends of the family, Shirley and Kathy; eight grandchildren; and one great-grandson. Services were held at the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Fu- neral Home on Saturday, July 23, at 1 p.m. Interment was in Rosedale Cemetery in Martins- burg. Darcus C. Jackson Darcus Christina Taylor Jackson, 87, of Charles Town, died Saturday, July 23, 2005, at Shenandoah Health V'lllage Center. Born July 24, 1917, in Rip- pen, she was the daughter of the late Beverly Kirk Taylor and Mary Ann Douglas Taylor. She was a supervisor in the Dietetic Department at the VA Medical Center. She was a member of the Wainwright Baptist Church. She is survived by two daughters, Morolyn A. Hes- ter, Portsmouth, Va and Bar- bara A. Smith, Ranson; four brothers, James E. Taylor, Charles Town, Solomon Tay- lor and Samuel Taylor, both of Baltimore, Md and Rev. Don- ald Taylor, Chesapeake, Va.; one sister, Gussie E. Baylor, Charles Town; five grandchil- dren; eight great-grandchil- dren; and three great-great- grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Funeral serviceswere held Wednesday, July 27, at 2 p.m. at Wainwright Baptist Church. Rev. Walter Jackson officiated and interment was' in Fairview Cemetery. Donations may be made to Wainwright Baptist Church Building Fund, c/o William Smith, Trustee, P.O. Box 674, Charles Town, WV 25414. Arrangements were by the Jefferson Chapel Funeral Since 1918 EACKLES SPENCER FUNERAL HOME Alan H. Norton, Licensee Robert L. Spencer, Licensee-In-Charge Traditional & Cremation Funerals Family Owned & Operated 304.535.6500 Harpers Ferry, WV Marian Rouss Dillow Snyder, 76, of Ranson, died Friday, July 22, 2005, at Winchester (Va.) Medical Center. Born November 10, 1928, in Charles Town, she was the daughter of the late Benjamin Luther Dillow and Marie Eliza- beth Chamblin Dillow. She was a member of the Cal- vary Assembly of God. She is survived by one son, Joseph Earl Snyder, Jr Mos- quito, Calif.; one daughter, Di- ane Pearl Snyder, Ranson; three brothers, Harold L. Chambhn, Charles Town, Paul L. Dillow, Claymont, Dela and Gaylord B. Dillow, Mt. Joy, Pa.; two sis- ters, Mary Lee Dillow Baker, Enon, Ohio, and Darlene Y. Dil- low Ray, Jamestown, Tenn; two grandchildren; and one great- grandchild. She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Earl Snyder, Sr.; and three brothers, Granville M. Dillow, Donald E. Dillow, and David M. Dillow. Funeral services were held Wednesday, July 27, at 11 a.m. at the Jefferson Chapel Funer- al Home. Pastor Robert Snurr officiated and interment was in Edge Hill Cemetery. Donations may be made to Winchester Medical Center Trust Fund, 1840 Amherst St Winchester, VA 22601. Robert L. Honeycutt Robert Leonard Honeycutt, 70, of Middleway, died Thurs- day, July 21, 2005, at his home under the care of hospice. Born January 27, 1935 in Baltimore, Md he was the son of the late Thomas Lincoln and Agnes Murphy Honeycutt. He was a member of the Trin- ity Temple, Baltimore. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. He was a maintenance me- chanic for the Arundel Corp. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Minnie Marie Liller Honeycutt, at home; one son, Timothy Robert Honeycutt, at home; and one granddaughter. He was preceded in death by one brother, James T. Hon- eycutt; and one sister, Thelma Barr. Funeral services were held Monday, July 25 at the Jef- ferson Chapel Funeral Home. Chaplain Douglas Knupp offici- ated and burial was in Pleasant View Memory Garden, Martins- burg. Military services were by the Harpers Ferry/Bolivar Dis- trict Veterans. Georgiana S. McFall Georgiana S. McFall, 88, of Harpers Ferry, and formerly of Brunswick, Md died Saturday, July 23, 2005, at City Hospital. Born April 6, 1917, in Win- chester, Va she was the daugh- ter of the late Richard Bell and Vadis Funk Bell. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harry J. McFaU. She was a Methodist. She was a member of Women of the Moose at Brunswick. She is survived by one daugh- ter, Debbie McLane, of Runne- mede, N.J.; fours sons, Henry J. McFall, Harpers Ferry, Thomas P. McFall, Darby, Pa Roy A. McFall, Corpus Christi, Tex and Leshe McFall, Franklin- ville, N.J.; 14 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one son, Harry Anderson, and one brother, Dick Bell. Services and burial were pri- vate. Memorial donations may be made to American Cancer So- ciety, 1393 Progress Way, Suite 908, Eldersburg, MD 21784. Arrangements were by John T. Williams Funeral Home, Brunswick, Md. Lloyd Lewis Harshman, 82, of Charles Town, died Saturday, July 23, 2005, at his home. Born June 17, 1923, in Fred- erick, Md he was the son of the late German Lewis Harshman and Sadie Nausbaum Harsh- man. He is survived by his lov- ing wife of 54 years, Barbara Lee Pearl Harshman, whom he married September 22, 1951. He was a member of the Bush Creek Church of the Brethren, Monrovia, Md. He attended school in New Market, Md and was a lifelong farmer employed as a dairyman for Drilake Farm, Smith Road, for 38 years. In addition to his wife, he is survived by two sons, Lloyd L. Harshman, Jr Bunker Hill and Carroll L. Harshman, Ven- ice, Calif.; two daughters, Lin- da A. Nicodemus, Mt. Jack- son, Va and Sharon L. Sny- der, Bunker Hill; three grand- sons, Jason Harshman, Adam Harshman, North Hills, Ca- lif and Evan Snyder, Bunker Hill; four sisters, Hilda Etzler and Doris Harshman, both of Frederick, Md Ruby Linton, Ijamsville, Md and Mary El- len Harshman, Knoxville, Md. Funeral services will be held Friday, July 29, at 2 p.m. at the Jefferson Chapel Funeral Home. Rev. James Gang will officiate and interment will be private at Rosedale Cemetery. The family will receive friends at 1 p.m prior to the service. Memorial donations may be made to Hospice of the Panhan- dle, 122 Waverly Court, Mar- tinsburg, WV 25401. Charles T. Pearl Charles T. Pearl, 80, of Harp- ers Ferry, died Monday, July 18, 2005, at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Born August 22, 1924, in Chestnut Hill, he was the son of the late Charles W. and Bes- sie Jane Wilt Pearl. He had been employed by Martin-Marietta in Martins- burg. He is survived by one sis- ter, Readow Harris, of Charles Town; one brother, Paul Pearl, Harpers Ferry; nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Eva Pearl and Nao- mi Heskett; and three brothers, Clarence Pearl, Harvey Pearl and Bryan Pearl. Services were held Thursday, July 21 at 11 a.m. at Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home. Lay Minister Bobby Sylvia offi- ciated and burial was in Pleas- ant View Memory Gardens, Martinsburg. Mary M. Tarman Mary M. Tarman, 64, of Harpers Ferry, died Monday, July 25, 2005, at Jefferson Me- morial Hospital. Born May 5, 1941, in Jeffer- son County, she was the daugh- ter of the late Joseph Dillow and Mabel Smoot Dillow. She was a retired cook with Rose Hill Nursing Home, Ber- ryville, Va. Surviving are her husband of 49 years, Morris Tarman, at home; six daughters, Wanda Hardy and Alicia Fogle, both of Harpers Ferry, Carol Barbour, Berkeley County, Barbara Ed- wards, Middleway, Donna Lil- ly, Buena Vista, Va and Mar- garet Setzer, Richmond, Va.; two sons, Phi/lip Fogle, Flor- ida, and Morris Tarman, Ke- arneysville; three sisters, An- nie, of Jefferson County, Linda Rockenbaugh, Charles Town, and Juanita Dillow, Ranson; one brother, Roger Dillow, Charles Town; 18 grandchil- dren; and eight great-grand- children. She was preceded in death by three brothers, Clarence Dil- low, Benny Dillow, and Jerry Wayne Dillow. Services were held Wednes- day, July 27, at 2 p.m. from the Eackles-Spencer Funeral Home in Harpers Ferry. Rev. Donnie Jane Cardwell officiat- ed and interment was in Chest- nut Hill Cemetery. Condolences to the family may be left at her obituary at www.eackles-spencerfuneral- home.com. From Page One to the total program, and to pa- tient life, they're the hands that make so much happen," Shank- lin said of the volunteers she works with. She said that Hos- pice likes to say that volunteers are the heart of the organization, but that she doesn't feel that says enough. '~Death i's just a fact," Gageby added. "Everybody has to dies sometime, I just make them a ht- tle more comfortable." Hutton and Gageby both said they feel like their patients are their family-Hutton said she spends more time with them than with some of her own fam- ily. The best part is meeting and sharing with new people, accord- ing to her. "[I enjoy] being invited into their home at this time in their lives and sharing this part of life with them," she said, adding that she felt the experience was a spiritual one. "Every patient has their own special something that you can share." Although the patients pass on, Hutton said she still keeps in touch with some of the fami- hes she's worked with. The expe- rience has changed how she feels about her own family, as well. ~I realize how precious life is and how short it is, and to treasure ev- ery moment," Hutton said. To volunteer with Hospice, call Pam Shanklin at (304)264-0406. 11 DAY EDUCATIONAL TOUR 9 g Tentative dates: July 10.20, 2006 Approximate cost: Students- $2,300 Adults- $2,600 Includes: Airfare, Hotels, 2 Meals/Day, Local Guides, and Many Entrance Fees. 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