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Interested in Being An Election Poll Worker?

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The Gilmer County Democratic Executive Committee is selecting poll workers for the May 10 primary election.

You must be a registered democrat and available to work on Election Day.

You must also be available to attend training on a scheduled day a few weeks prior.

Poll workers are paid $120 for their services.

If you are interested, please contact one of the following persons:

  • 304.462.7006   Bob Radabaugh

  • 304.462.8907   Sandy Pettit

  • 304.462.7443   Heather Minney Jamison

  • 304.266.9487   Conner Ferguson

  • 304.841.4585   Stephen Dye

G-LtE™: Call to Our Commissioners - Let’s Make It Fair

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The Gilmer County Commission is meeting on Friday, January 22, 2016 at 9:00 AM.

By looking at the AGENDA I noticed the following item:

Levy request from: Gilmer County Volunteer Fire Department and Gilmer County Ambulance Authority

Currently, the levy money is split 70/30 between the EMS and fire department with the EMS getting 70%.

Concerned citizens in Gilmer County feel it should be a 50/50 split.

Why?

The fire department has no other financial resource besides fund drives to buy equipment or anything else needed by the department.

The EMS charges the county residence every time they are called.  And if you decide you don’t need them, you still get charged.

The fire department is a body of volunteers who CHARGE NOTHING to come to your home or a car wreck no matter what time of day or night.

It is the community talk as well as listening to scanner that many times the EMS has to get Lewis or another county to respond to our county to help our people. But as soon as FCI –Gilmer prison calls for an ambulance they are right away in route.

I just wanted to let this out and maybe get more people talking to the county commissioners and voice their concerns about a 50/50 split.

All we are asking is fairness.

Thank you

Concerned Citizens

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I have been a member of both organizations, I had 20 years of service with the Fire Department and currently work for the EMS, yes EMS does get the higher percentage of the levy, and yes we do charge for the runs, but what you don’t understand is when we bill an insurance we do not get reimbursed for the full amount most of the time, and quite a few outstanding debts get wrote off, we currently have four ambulances in service and two of them have over 200,000 miles on them, these ambulances are prepared to run 24/7 because we run 24/7, there are six full time employees out of which one lives in Gilmer county, and a hand full of part time employees that have other full time jobs, at times we do use other counties for assistance because we have no one else that can come in and take a second call, we have a mutual aid agreement with the surrounding counties for this purpose, and like wise if another surrounding county needs help we go help them, there have been several attempts to have a EMT class but they have failed due to low turn out, and the ones that did come for them were mostly from other counties, both organizations are Emergency services, we are here for the community, not to back stab and put down each other!

By Michael Moore  on  01.22.2016

The Fire Department and Ambulance Authority each take their own annual amount of funding needed as a request for excess levy to the County Commission who approves it to be put out in a levy call. They can also deny it. Once it is approved and put on the ballot, the voters will decide yes or no.  The two entities run together as one vote historically because the agencies want that since they are very related and necessary community services. 

The Fire Department does need and deserves more money in my personal opinion and should ask the Commission to raise the amount their annual excess levy will bring in. Ask them to change their levy call.  The Commission should approve and put that amount in the levy call, publish it and on the ballot for the voters to decide. It will raise the rate unless our tax base has increased but likely minimally. They can not simply take money away from the Ambulance Authority and give it away.

It is a simple straight forward process and queston.  Which one would we all want to do without?

Sorry to put my two cents in but it is too important for people who do not know about the excess levies to get confused. The County Clerk, Commission or Fire Chief can verify and answer any questions.

By Norma Hurley  on  01.22.2016

The levy should be left as is. The fire department gets money from the state along with the county levy money. The fire department does not have a payroll like the ambulance authority. Nor does the fire dept. make as many runs.

With Gilmer County’s aging population, access to medical services must be one of the highest priorities. This is not the time to cripple the ambulance authority and make it more difficult for them to do their job.

Instead the fire dept. should manage their money better.

By It's not that simple.  on  01.23.2016

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West Virginia Hunters Check In 1,131 Fall Turkeys

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SOUTH CHARLESTON, WV - Fall turkey hunters checked in 1,131 turkeys this fall from 33 open counties, according to Keith Krantz, wild turkey and upland game bird project leader for the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (DNR).

Leading the state, Randolph County hunters reported harvesting 114 birds, followed by Greenbrier (81), Preston (71), Nicholas (63) and Pocahontas (62) county hunters. Preston County hunters have a two-week season while the others in the top five counties had four-week seasons. The 14 “traditional” fall hunting counties accounted for 56 percent of the total fall harvest, which was very similar to previous years.

All six DNR districts were open to fall turkey hunting in 2015. District 3 led the state with a harvest of 371 birds, followed by District 4 (208), District 2 (196), District 1 (185), District 6 (109) and District 5 (62).

“Fall turkey harvests are driven by a number of factors, including hunter participation, recruitment of turkeys into the population, and availability of hard mast,” Krantz said. “Harvest is relatively low in many of our nontraditional counties because hunters there were likely bowhunting for deer and not fall turkey hunting. Harvest numbers, therefore, may not reflect relative abundance of turkeys in those counties.”

DNR’s annual Mast Survey Report found oak mast to be spotty at best. which likely concentrated birds at localized food sources in many traditional counties. The hunter outlook part of the Mast Survey accurately predicted a turkey harvest similar to the 956 taken in 2014.

Fall harvest of wild turkeys in West Virginia, 2011-2015

County

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Barbour

0

30

0

18

0

Brooke

6

7

9

2

6

Hancock

8

11

8

5

8

Harrison

20

26

20

20

28

Marion

0

15

4

6

19

Marshall

11

28

10

22

9

Monongalia

13

18

24

15

25

Ohio

12

12

9

3

6

Preston

76

63

77

53

71

Taylor

0

11

8

5

0

Tucker

17

25

14

25

13

Wetzel

0

14

2

18

0

District 1 Subtotal

163

260

185

192

185

Berkeley

35

18

36

19

29

Grant

31

31

41

17

38

Hampshire

22

22

41

15

35

Hardy

27

30

34

18

31

Mineral

32

22

28

16

24

Morgan

18

5

14

15

15

Pendleton

38

46

26

31

24

District 2 Subtotal

203

174

220

131

196

Lewis

22

0

8

0

25

Nicholas

61

98

39

88

63

Pocahontas

68

79

57

54

62

Randolph

142

77

59

83

114

Upshur

42

43

28

0

59

Webster

44

58

35

50

48

District 3 Subtotal

379

355

226

275

371

Greenbrier

90

138

64

81

81

McDowell

0

0

33

0

0

Mercer

52

0

0

2

0

Monroe

63

89

71

52

61

Summers

31

73

42

41

25

Wyoming

0

0

37

35

41

District 4 Subtotal

236

300

247

211

208

Cabell

5

12

4

0

0

Lincoln

0

0

14

0

0

Mason

57

41

26

33

43

Putnam

21

21

2

0

19

Logan

0

0

17

0

0

District 5 Subtotal

83

74

63

33

62

Calhoun

0

14

8

0

0

Gilmer

0

0

6

0

0

Jackson

33

39

18

37

24

Pleasants

2

5

4

3

6

Ritchie

0

0

2

12

0

Tyler

9

6

1

8

15

Wirt

34

23

19

23

17

Wood

43

44

20

31

47

District 6 Subtotal

121

131

78

114

109

Unknown

1

0

0

0

0

State Total

1,186

1,294

1,019

956

1,131

Deer Hunters in West Virginia Harvest 66,374 Bucks During the Buck Firearms Season

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SOUTH CHARLESTON, WV - Preliminary data collected from the new electronic game checking system indicate deer hunters in West Virginia harvested 66,374 bucks during the two-week buck firearms season, which ran from November 23 through December 05, 2015, according to Paul Johansen, chief of the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (DNR) Wildlife Resources Section.  

The 2015 buck harvest is up 77 percent from the 2014 harvest of 37,450. The top 10 counties for buck harvest were:  Ritchie (2,273), Preston (2,242), Lewis (2,157), Hampshire (2,107), Jackson (2,094), Roane (2,087), Hardy (1,885), Greenbrier (1,884), Upshur (1,864) and Wood (1,802).

The buck harvest increased in all DNR districts. The largest percentage increases occurred in the western counties of the state where the harvest was double that of last year. Excellent weather conditions and the lack of acorns were the primary reasons for the increase in 2015.

“We are very pleased with how hunters adapted to the new electronic game checking system,” added Johansen. “We have received many positive comments about the ease of being able to check deer and other game using the telephone, Internet or by stopping at a license agent.”

Johansen reminds hunters that several days of deer hunting opportunity still remain for 2015, including the remainder of the muzzleloader season, which runs through Saturday, December 12,. The traditional antlerless deer season in selected counties on both public and private land opens Thursday, December 17, and runs through Saturday, December 19. The Youth, Class Q/QQ and Class XS deer season for antlerless deer will be open Saturday, December 26, and Monday, December 28, in any county with a firearms deer season. This will be followed by the reopening of Class N/NN antlerless deer season December 29-31 in specified counties or portions of counties (see 2015 - 2016 Hunting and Trapping Regulations Summary or visit the DNR website at www.wvdnr.gov for county and area listings).

West Virginia Buck Firearms Season Harvest, 2011-2015

County

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Barbour

1372

1177

1109

886

1443

Brooke

413

407

389

251

316

Hancock

324

320

273

200

231

Harrison

1494

1385

1301

930

1571

Marion

1249

1089

1130

702

1354

Marshall

1407

1309

1051

707

933

Monongalia

1508

1297

1107

689

1218

Ohio

467

466

399

232

334

Preston

2224

2158

1741

1526

2242

Taylor

768

684

635

453

793

Tucker

738

649

527

494

782

Wetzel

1615

1471

1537

891

1334

District 1 Subtotal

13,579

12,412

11,199

7,961

12,551

Berkeley

835

767

871

522

1001

Grant

1266

1250

1135

783

1374

Hampshire

1676

1588

1846

1094

2107

Hardy

1589

1429

1447

920

1885

Jefferson

447

526

445

385

553

Mineral

1286

1181

1345

835

1452

Morgan

601

602

743

412

782

Pendleton

1391

1373

1163

861

1407

District 2 Subtotal

9,091

8,716

8,995

5,812

10,561

Braxton

1468

1401

1626

921

1803

Clay

519

528

475

329

626

Lewis

1586

1365

1692

1166

2157

Nicholas

1279

1212

824

871

1306

Pocahontas

1106

1152

961

831

1036

Randolph

2032

1804

1329

1291

1705

Upshur

1612

1283

1396

1009

1864

Webster

1063

817

717

632

1080

District 3 Subtotal

10,665

9,562

9,020

7,050

11,577

Fayette

1005

996

835

725

1258

Greenbrier

1783

1875

1509

1372

1884

McDowell

0

0

0

0

0

Mercer

647

682

536

402

865

Monroe

1364

1569

1466

1004

1603

Raleigh

739

749

579

506

914

Summers

865

1077

973

657

1077

Wyoming

0

0

0

0

0

District 4 Subtotal

6,403

6,948

5,898

4,666

7,601

Boone

653

898

725

519

865

Cabell

705

750

763

421

687

Kanawha

1275

1164

1380

730

1609

Lincoln

1146

1319

1124

720

1412

Logan

0

0

0

0

0

Mason

1944

1676

1495

1002

1662

Mingo

0

0

0

0

0

Putnam

1170

1191

1210

565

1286

Wayne

894

1041

870

528

962

District 5 Subtotal

7,787

8,039

7,567

4,485

8,483

Calhoun

962

770

1164

504

1217

Doddridge

1000

950

1243

615

1508

Gilmer

1029

911

1427

669

1560

Jackson

1962

1630

1917

1107

2094

Pleasants

512

371

438

273

542

Ritchie

1701

1512

2091

1123

2273

Roane

1694

1391

1893

927

2087

Tyler

1189

922

1000

566

1245

Wirt

944

846

1091

681

1273

Wood

1639

1403

1580

1011

1802

District 6 Subtotal

12,632

10,706

13,844

7,476

15,601

State Total

60,157

56,383

56,523

37,450

66,374

Gilmer County Clerk: Notice to Creditors and Beneficiaries - 07.16.15

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CLERK OF THE COUNTY COMMISSION OF GILMER COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND BENEFICIARIES

The administration of the estates(s) of the following deceased is pending before the Clerk of the County Commission of Gilmer County, 10 Howard Street, Glenville WV 26351.

The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representative’s attorney are set forth below.

Notice is hereby given that the estate(s) of the following has been opened for probate.  Any interested person objecting to the validity of the will, the qualifications of the personal representative or the venue or jurisdiction of the court, shall file notice of an objection with the County Commission within ninety days after the date of the first publication or within 30 days of service of notice, whichever is later.  If an objection is not timely filed, the objection is forever barred.

All persons having claims against the estate(s) of the said following deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit their claims, with the voucher thereof, legally verified, to the undersigned, at the County Clerk’s Office on or before September 14, 2015  otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate(s).  All beneficiaries of said estate(s) may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interests.

Claims against the estate must be filed in accordance with West Virginia Code 44-1-14a.

 

DECENDENT NAME PER.REP/NAME REPER.REP/ADDRESS
Nellajean Bumgardner Donna G. Pugh 845 Treasury Bend Dr.
Charleston, SC 29412
Thural W. Williams Sr. Gladys M. Williams 231 Crooked Fork Rd
Rosedale, WV 26636
Helen Lucille Collins Richard Lee Collins
Danial L. Collins
3582 Rocky Fk Rd, Orlando, WV 26412
PO Box 382, Lumberport, WV 26386
Sylvia B. Dobbins Wesley Junior Dobbinst 212 Nicholas Run Rd
Gassaway, WV 26624


Clerk of Gilmer County Commission
Jean Butcher
10 Howard Street
Glenville, WV 26351

The date of the first publication of this Notice is : July 16, 2015

Geraldine “Gerry” Moore Reitres from Horizon Energy

Geraldine “Gerry” Moore, Distribution Supervisor for Horizon Energy Corporation in Sand Fork, West Virginia, retired on June 15, 2015 with 27 years of service.  Her employment began on November 02, 1987 as a part time Secretary for Continental Petroleum Company and transitioned to Office Manager and Corporate Secretary for Horizon Energy Corporation in later years. 

As many co-workers and friends can attest, Gerry’s dedication to her job and strong work ethic are second to none.  She has proven to be a committed and loyal employee, frequently going above and beyond to ensure that the work was completed correctly and timely.  In fact, she earned the nickname of “Bloodhound” for her ability to accomplish tasks and find solutions to long-standing issues.

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Gerry is not only a dedicated employee but a friend to many who have had the opportunity to work with, or around her.  She will be sorely missed, particularly by all of us at Horizon Energy, but also by our associates.

Gerry sums her employment with the following:  “I interviewed at Continental Petroleum in 1987 for a part time position to cover a maternity leave for their full time employee.  Twenty-seven years later, I am retiring from my part time job.  Knowing nothing at all about the Oil and Gas industry, starting this new job was a challenge.  The “Jones Family” took a chance on me.  I was blessed to have good teachers who were patient and willing to share their knowledge.  Leaving Horizon Energy, I take an abundance of good memories made with friends and co-workers.  I shall ever be grateful to Bob, Judy and Rob for my many years in Sand Fork.”

Gerry plans to spend time with her husband, Gary, their five children (Marcie, Brian, Misty, Carey and Lori) and eight grandchildren (Jordanne, Tyler, Austin, Grace, Laurann, Daney, Eden and Mack).

Roger F. “Rabbit” Frame

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Roger F. “Rabbit” Frame

Age 58, of Rosedale, WV passed away February 16, 2015 at home after a short battle with cancer.

He was born March 26, 1956 at Shock, WV.

He is the son of the late William C. and Mary Lucille Lanham Frame.

He was preceded in death by sisters, Mary Iris Frame and Emma Karol Isenhart; brothers, William “Bill” and Harmey “Sam” Frame.

He loved to camp, read, and listen to classical music.

He is survived by sisters, Evelyn Spaur and husband, Rexell of Sand Fork, WV and Betty Crutcher of Carlsbad, NM; brothers, Vernon Frame and wife, Barb of Vienna, Clelly “Tub” Frame and wife, Charlotte of Rosedale; several nieces and nephews.

He will be greatly missed.

A gathering of family and friends will held from 6 to 9 PM Thursday, February 19, 2015 at Richard M. Roach Funeral Home, Gassaway.

Per Mr. Frame’s request his body will be cremated following services.

A private memorial service will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers the family request donations be made toward the funeral expenses.

Arrangements by Richard M. Roach Funeral Home, Gassaway.

Betty Lou Carter Boone Carson

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Betty Lou Carter Boone Carson

Age 66, of Buckhannon, WV, was called home to be with our Lord and Savior on Thursday, January 08, 2015 at St. Joseph’s Hospital following a long illness.

She was born July 02, 1948 at Rosedale, WV a daughter of the late Orville and Edith King Carter.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her first husband, Hughie G. Boone; brothers, Bill, Jack, Johnny, Jim, and Richard Carter; sisters, Rita and Lois Carter.

Betty was a homemaker and foster parent. She loved being a wife and taking care of kids. She loved spending time with her grand kids, family and friends.

She was a member of the Tennerton United Methodist Church.

She is survived by her second husband, John Sherman Carson of Buckhannon; daughter, Patricia G. Boone of Buckhannon; sons, Daniel Carson and wife, Mary of Converse, TX and Matthew Carson of Fairmont; brothers, Jerry Carter and wife, Sherry of Grafton, OH, Donald Carter and wife, Vicky of Rosedale and Timmy Carter of Rosedale; sisters, Carolyn Jackson and husband, Bill of Beverly and Janet Carter of Frametown; five grand kids, Kelsie Boone, Bobby Barnett, Makayla, Chris, and Alma Ann Carson; several nieces and nephews.

Service will be 11 AM Tuesday, January 13, 2015 at Richard M. Roach Funeral Home, Gassaway with Rev. Ronzel Roberts officiating.

Burial will be in the Rosedale Community Cemetery.

Friends may call from 6 to 9 PM Monday at the funeral home.

Arrangements by Richard M. Roach Funeral Home, Gassaway, WV.

Naomi Ruth Down

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Naomi Ruth Down

Age 72 of Grantsville, West Virginia, (formerly of Rosedale, West Virginia and Newfield, New Jersey), departed this life at 6:36 AM Monday January 05, 2015, at the Minnie Hamilton Health Center in Grantsville, WV; following an extended illness.

Born May 14, 1942 in Tennessee, she was the daughter of the late Henry and Vergie Jenkins Brown.

Ruth was a 1960 graduate of Cosby High School in Cosby, Tennessee. After graduating High School she and her sister Ella, moved to New Jersey for work. She worked for Kimble Glass in New Jersey and had 42 years experience in various positions at the factory. She retired in 2004 and enjoyed traveling, tending to her flower garden, and taking care of the elderly.

On July 20, 1991 she was united in marriage to Harold Down, who survives at their Rosedale, WV; home.

Surviving are 4 children, Karl Mark Wagner Jr. of Mays Landing, New Jersey, Richard Down of Newfield, New Jersey,, Debra Ferrari of Vineland, New Jersey, and Julann Jarvis of Clayton, New Jersey, 1 Granddaughter, Heather Jarvis of Pittsgrove, New Jersey, 1 great granddaughter, Laura Rae Dorfeld of Pittsgrove, NJ; and 1 sister, Ella Ryan of Vineland, NJ.

Along with her parents, Ruth was preceded in death by 6 siblings.

Ruth’s request for cremation has been honored, and the family will have a Celebration of Life at the Newfield United Methodist Church, Columbia & Elmo Ave. Newfield NJ 08344 at 11:00 AM Saturday January 17, 2015 with Pastor Howard Marshall officiating.

Burial will follow in the Rose Hill Cemetery in Newfield, NJ.

In lieu of flowers the family request memorial contributions be made in Ruth’s name to the Newfield United Methodist Church, Columbia & Elmo Ave. Newfield NJ 08344.

Ellyson Mortuary Inc; Glenville, West Virginia is assisting the family of Naomi Ruth Down with arrangements.

Catalina Ruby Jean Lacy

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Billy and Marie Lacy of Rosedale, WV announce the birth of their daughter, Catalina Ruby Jean Lacy.

She was born Sunday, November 02, 2014 at the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital of Weston.

The little girl weighed 5-pounds, 15-ounces and is the couples fourth child.

The mother is the form Marie Adkinson and is a homemaker.

The father is a truck driver. Maternal grandparents are Edward and Betty Adkinson of Prescott Valley, AZ.

Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lynn McCumbers of Spencer, WV.

Chloe Lenora (Eggeman) Smith

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Chloe Lenora (Eggeman) Smith

Age 78, of Wooster, Ohio formerly of Orrville, went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, December 09, 2014, at Shady Lawn Health Care Community in Dalton, following a period of declining health.

Lenora was born on October 24, 1936, in Arnoldsburg, WV to the late Johnie and Cora (Butler) Alfred.

she married Robert J. “Bob” Eggeman on July 26, 1957 in WV. Bob passed away on May 04, 1995.

She later married Ronald L. Smith on November 14, 1998, in Wooster.

She graduated from Calhoun County High School, Class of 1955 and worked for American Weatherseal and Westinghouse in Orrville, eventually retiring from Rubbermaid in Wooster.

Lenora was a member of St. Michael’s Lutheran Church in Marshallville.

She enjoyed camping, sightseeing, traveling, and going out to eat with her husband. She will be remembered as a people person who especially loved spending time with her grandchildren.

Surviving are her husband, Ronald Smith of Wooster; children, Brenda Eggeman of Dalton, R. John Eggeman of Wooster, Randy Smith of MI, and Diana (Jeremy) Dutra of MI; grandchildren, Heather (John) Bischoff of Orrville, Kyle R. Yates of Dalton, and Krissy, Scotty, and Ronny Todd, all of MI; great grandchildren, Riley, Hope, Taylor, Rhys, Hunter, Leland, J.T., and Brie of Orrville, and Jaidyn, Briana, Aubrey, Jaxon, Leona and Nathan of MI; and a sister, Carolyn (Frank) Miller of Rosedale, WV.

In addition to her first husband, she was preceded in death by sons, Paul D. Eggeman, and Rodney A. Eggeman; and a sister, Nellie Alfred.

Services will be held at 4:00 PM on Sunday, December 14, 2014, at Auble Funeral Home, 512 East Oak Street, Orrville Ohio, with Rev. John Corsi officiating.

Friends may call on Sunday at the funeral home, from 2:00 to 4:00 PM prior to the service.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to LifeCare Hospice, 1900 Akron Road, Wooster OH 44691, or to St. Michael’s Lutheran Church, 7404 Coal Bank Road, Marshallville OH 44645.

Gilmer County Board of Education Special Meeting - 12.08.14

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AGENDA
SPECIAL MEETING
Gilmer County Board of Education
Central Office
Monday, December 08, 2014 – 3:30 PM

I. CALL TO ORDER - Roll Call by President


II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE


III. STRATEGIC PLAN
- Mr. Devono

        A. Section I – Mission Statement

        B. Section II – Goals

        C. Section III – Professional Development Needs


IV. TECHNOLOGY PLAN


V. ADJOURNMENT

Lisa Ann Peggs Wallbrown

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Lisa Ann Peggs Wallbrown

Age 39 of Glenville, West Virginia, departed this life Early Tuesday morning December 02, 2014 at her residence on Mineral Road following a sudden illness.

Born September 25, 1975 in Oberlin, Ohio, daughter of Reta Wifong of Cedarville, WV and Rick Peggs of New London, OH.

Lisa was an Assistant Manager at McDonalds of Glenville, and had 12 years experience in the fast food industry. She was a graduate of Keystone High School in LaGrange, Ohio, class of 1994. Lisa loved spending time with her children and watching them play sports. She loved her animals, cleaning, reading, and spending time with family.

Lisa will be missed many of her “adopted” children, family and friends.

On August 29, 2007, she was united in marriage to Michael P. Wallbrown who survives at their Glenville home.

Surviving are 4 children, Jordan Thomas Peggs, Kailee Michelle Seabold, Tristan Ryan Peggs, and Breanna Jade Peggs, all of Glenville, WV; 2 brothers, Todd Peggs and companion Cassie of Cleveland, OH; and Colin Peggs of Polk, OH; and 4 sisters,  Dana Miller and husband Todd of Sandpoint, Idaho, Kaylee Peggs and Kendra Peggs of Polk, OH; and Deanna Taylor and husband Greg of Glenville, WV.

She is survived by nieces and nephews, Logan and Austin Tant, Jerimiah, Ryleigh, and Layla Wallbrown and James McCune, all of Baldwin, WV; Sister-in-laws, Crystal Cox and Jean Wallbrown of Baldwin, WV; and brother-in-law, Matt Wallbrown of Rosedale, WV.

Funeral Services will be conducted at the Ellyson Mortuary Inc. 2 Vanhorn Drive, Glenville, WV, 26351 at 11:00 AM Saturday December 06, 2014 with Pastor Bryan Groves officiating.

Burial will follow at the Cedarville Cemetery,  in Cedarville.

Friends and Family may call from 3-7 PM Friday evening at the Mortuary.

Ellyson Mortuary Inc. is assisting the family of Lisa Ann Wallbrown with arrangements.

Gilmer County, WV - Official Certified November 04, 2014 Election Results

Gilmer County, WV - Official Certified November 04, 2014 Election Results
RACES
P PRECINCTS
1 5 6 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 24 27 31 Total
  U.S. Senate
Shelly Moore Capito R 126 101 84 86 68 2 6 91 85 63 31 103 82 61 989
Natalie Tennant D 37 64 31 50 25 4 2 96 74 26 15 76 34 38 572
John S. Buckley L 3 7 1 1 0 1 0 5 7 1 0 3 1 3 33
Bob Henry Baber M 9 6 2 4 4 0 1 13 6 7 1 13 10 4 80
Phil Hudok C 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 4 1 2 0 0 0 13
TOTAL: 176 179 120 142 97 7 9 206 176 98 49 195 127 106 1,687
 
  U.S. House of Representatives
David B. McKinley R 100 83 74 68 58 3 4 80 66 48 22 88 73 50 817
Glen B. Gainer III D 73 95 47 71 39 4 3 120 107 46 26 100 50 55 836
TOTAL: 173 178 121 139 97 7 7 200 173 94 48 188 123 105 1,653
 
  WV State Senate
Kent Leonhardt R 88 76 58 55 52 77 73 57 536
Larry John Edgell D 66 87 47 68 29 95 40 39 471
Jeffrey Frank Jarrell C 3 4 4 3 6 4 1 2 27
Michael L ‘Mike” Queen R           1 3 58 49 25 21       157
Mike Romano D           5 5 124 102 57 28       321
Patrick Shawn Smith L           1 1 19 22 12 0       55
TOTAL: 157 167 109 126 87 7 9 201 173 94 49 176 114 98 1,567
 
  WV House of Delegates
June Turner R 61 48 56 27 20 212
Brent Boggs D 111 151 120 67 28 477
Roger Hanshaw R 100 61 66 56 2 5 83 80 57 510
David A. Walker D 74 58 70 35 5 3 101 36 44 426
TOTAL: 174 172 119 136 91 7 8 199 176 94 48 184 116 101 1,625
 
  Gilmer County Commission
Brian Kennedy D 102 105 80 79 45 4 3 132 108 61 31 122 65 66 1,003
John Bennett D 127 122 89 102 60 5 7 169 134 80 39 137 77 68 1,216
TOTAL: 229 227 169 181 105 9 10 301 242 141 70 259 142 134 2,219
 
Nonprofit Youth Organization F 83 58 41 66 36 3 6 108 82 36 30 116 55 36 756
A 62 87 51 52 42 4 2 62 73 34 17 50 53 42 631
 
Gilmer Public Library F 100 100 73 105 59 5 9 167 116 66 36 150 72 70 1,128
A 62 72 43 31 36 2 0 31 55 24 13 35 47 33 484
 
Gilmer Couty Extension Service F 89 94 72 95 56 5 7 153 101 59 28 145 68 68 1,040
A 65 77 42 36 35 2 1 45 64 31 19 38 49 35 539
 
Gilmer County Parks and Recreation F 102 97 65 105 57 3 8 161 106 61 33 158 76 68 1,100
A 61 73 51 30 36 4 1 35 62 30 15 28 43 34 503
 
Gilmer County Board of Health F 114 112 78 104 56 5 8 164 114 61 34 150 72 72 1,144
A 47 65 38 30 36 2 1 38 56 28 14 35 47 29 466
 
Gilmer County Senior Citizens F 126 123 92 106 70 4 9 169 119 61 41 153 92 79 1,244
A 42 52 26 29 25 3 1 32 55 27 7 33 30 25 387
Precinct 1 – Normantown
Precinct 5 – Cedarville
Precinct 6 – Rosedale
Precinct 12 – Kanawha Drive
Precinct 13 – Tanner
Precinct 14 – Sand Fk - Elementary School Gymnasium
Precinct 15 – Glenville - Elementary School - Music Room
Precinct 16 – Gilmer County High School - Commons Area
Precinct 17 – Sand Fk - Elemetary School Cafeteria
Precinct 18 – Stouts Mills
Precinct 20 – Gilmer County High School - Library
Precinct 24 – Glenville - Elementary – Cafeteria
Precinct 27 – Troy
Precinct 31 – Cox’s Mills
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Memorial Service for Vaughn Rose - 11.15.14

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There will be a Memorial Service for Vaughn Rose,

Saturday, November 15, 2014 at the Rosedale Baptist Church, Rosedale, WV

The service will begin at 1:00 PM

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