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Terry William Dolly
Terry William Dolly

Terry William Dolly, 53, of Lahmansville, W.Va., passed away Friday, July 13, 2018, at Winchester Medical Center, Winchester, Va.

Born Sept. 27, 1964, in Cumberland, Md., he was the son of Ralph W. Dolly of Lahmansville and late Ruby L. (Champ) Dolly.

He was preceded in death by his mother and father-in-law, O. Paul Alt.

Terry is survived by his father Ralph Dolly; his wife of 32 years, Jan (Alt) Dolly; his daughter, Karey Ours and husband Derek of Dorcas, W.Va.; his grandson, Kolbe Brent Ours; mother-in-law, Geraldine Alt of Dorcas; his sister, Linda Dolly Kesner and husband Louie of Dorcas; one nephew, Rodney Kesner; and several aunts and uncles.

Terry graduated from Petersburg High School and South Branch Vocational School in 1982. He was owner and operator of Terry’s Shop in Petersburg, W.Va. He sponsored Ter- ry’s Shop Little League Baseball for several years. Terry enjoyed hunting and the outdoors. He also enjoyed camping and riding his side-by-side with family and friends.

Funeral services are today (Tuesday), July 17, 11 a.m. at the Schaeffer Funeral Home chapel, Petersburg, with Pastor Greg Rotruck officiating. Burial will follow in the Lahmansville Cemetery, Lahmansville.

Memorials may be made to the Dolly family, c/o Jan Dolly, 9409 Patterson Creek Road, Burlington, WV 26710 or charity of choice.

Condolences to the family may be left at www.schaefferfuneralhome.com.

Bradley S. Phares
Bradley S. Phares

Bradley “ALC” Stephen Phares, 52, passed away suddenly Tuesday, July 10, 2018, as a result of a motorcycle accident.

He is survived by his wife of 30 years, Sheila Zimmerer Phares; two daughters, Samatha Goldizen and husband Anthony of Maysville, W.Va. and Heather Phares and significant other Jason Moneymaker of Stuarts Draft, Va.; his mother, Naomi Hedrick Phares Goldizen and husband Riley Goldizen of Cabins, W.Va.; his father-in law and mother-in-law, John and Arvella Zimmerer of Petersburg; one sister, Connie Bobo and husband Lysle of Maysville; two brothers, Timothy Phares and significant other Catherine Flinn of Maysville and Shannon Phares and significant other Robin Dolly of Scherr, W.Va.

Also surviving are three uncles, Don Phares and wife Frances, Roger Kile and wife Debra and Bob Hedrick and wife Nevie; one aunt, Patricia Judy and husband Harlan; five nephews, Tyson Bobo and wife Samantha, Tyrell Bobo and wife Cassidee, Travis Phares, Tyler Phares and wife Kaitlin and Logan Phares and fiancé Megan Cook; four nieces, Angela Evans Green and husband Derek, Tiffany Phares, Kendra Bobo and fiancé Gavin Jenkins and Brooklyn Phares; and eight great-nieces.

He had numerous friends and acquaintances that he considered as his own family.

He was preceded in death by his father Alfred J. Phares; two infant twin brothers; paternal grandparents, Macie and Tom Kile; maternal grandparents, Bessie and Carl Hedrick; several uncles and aunts; and a special dog named ACE.

Brad was a graduate of Petersburg High School class of 1984. He was an E4 in the U.S. Army. He was employed by American Woodmark Corporation as a maintenance employee. In between working for American Woodmark, he was employed by J.F. Allen.

Brad was an advid hunter, trapper and fisherman. He loved the outdoors and all of his animals especially his love for his dog “Baby Girl” Bailey. He had the love for his Harley Davidson motorcycles. He acquired many skills especially the ability to create anything from scratch. His immediate family would say he was a substantial griller using his own special spices that he put together.

As he would say and indicated by his tattoo he was “Livin’ the Dream”.

Funeral services were Saturday morning at the Schaeffer Funeral Home chapel, Petersburg, with the Rev. Lynn Rohrbaugh officiating. Potomac Highlands VFW Post 6454 and West Virginia Army Honor Guard conducted military graveside services in the Ours Family Cemetery, Rough Run, W.Va.

Memorials may be made to the Phares Family, c/o Sheila Phares, 1441 Sears Gap Road, Maysville, WV 26833.

Condolences to the family may be left at www.schaefferfuneralhome.com.

Matthew W. Sherman
Matthew W. Sherman

Matthew William Sherman, 53, of Old Fields, died after a long battle with cancer on Tuesday, July 10, at his residence.

Born May 8, 1965, in Petersburg, he was the son of Mary Catherine (Judy) Sherman of Old Fields and the late Ray William Sherman.

Mr. Sherman attended Petersburg High School and was a Christian by faith. He worked as a carpenter for Hinkle Construction and was a carpet installer for Luther Alt and Ralph Cook.

He is also survived by two sisters, Sheila Cook of Baldwin, Ga. and Kathy Warner of Arthur; three brothers, Carroll Sherman of Dorcas, David Sherman of Petersburg and Mark Sherman of Old Fields.

Funeral services were Friday afternoon at the Basasgic Funeral Home chapel, Petersburg, with Pastor Greg Rotruck officiating. Interment was in the Sites Family Cemetery in Dolly Town. Memorials may be made to the family c/o Basagic Funeral Home, P.O. Box 400, Petersburg, WV 26847. Memories and words of comfort may be left at www. basagic.com or on Facebook at Basagic Funeral Home.

Clifford A. Bailey Sr.
Clifford A. Bailey Sr.

Clifford Allen Bailey Sr., 61, of Petersburg, died Wednesday, July 4, at Grant Memorial Hospital, Petersburg.

Born April 23, 1957, in Fredrick, Md., the son of the late William Baxter Bailey and Mildred (Oiler) Bailey. He was preceded in death by his wife, Rose Marie (Mercer) Bailey; one brother, Sunny Bailey; and one sister, Nancy Yingling.

Mr. Bailey worked as a heavy machinery operator for Avanti Marble and Granite in Frederick. He was a Christian by faith.

He is survived by one daughter, Christine Bailey of Frostburg, Md.; six sons, Clifford Allen Bailey Jr. of Charlestown, Corey Bailey and Anthony Curtis Bailey, both of Frostburg, Gregory Allen Bailey, Joseph Bailey and Nicholas Bailey all of Cumberland, Md.; one sister, Jean Bailey; one brother, Lawrence Bailey of Westminster, Md.; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Per Mr. Bailey’s request his body has been cremated. Memorials can be made to the family c/o Basagic Funeral Home P.O. Box 400, Petersburg, WV 26847.

Memories and words of comfort may be left at www.basagic.com or on Facebook at Basagic Funeral home.

Alvin V. Kimble
Alvin V. Kimble

lvin Vincent Kimble, 80, of Upper Tract, died Wednesday, July 11, at his residence.

Born Nov. 7, 1937, in Upper Tract, he was the son of the late Olie Franklin Kimble and Viola (Harman) Kimble.

Mr. Kimble attended Schmucker School and Brushy Run Church of God, both in Upper Tract. He was a member of Laborers Union Local 984 for 40 years working as a pipeline worker and in heavy construction.

He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Annette (Shreve) Kimble of Upper Tract; one son Bruce Kimble of Petersburg; four sisters, Wanda Showalter of Staunton, Va., Mildred Riggleman, Elaine Keplinger and Kay Simmons, all of Upper Tract; one brother, Reginald Kimble of Arthur; two granddaughters, Beth Heare and Amy White; five great-grandchildren, Evan Kimble, Grayson Kimble, Myla Heare, Rowan Heare and Cole White; and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services were Saturday morning at the Basagic Funeral Home chapel, Petersburg, with the Rev. Bruce Cosner officiating. Interment was in Kline Cemetery in Kline.

Memorials may be made to the Brushy Run Church of God. Memories and words of comfort may be left at www.basagic.com or on Facebook at Basagic Funeral Home.

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