|Birth: ||Jan. 17, 1915|
|Death: ||Sep. 3, 2006|
Marjorie J. Carney
Marjorie Jewell Carney, 91, formerly of Mineral Wells, died at 7:50 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 3, 2006, at Wyandot Manor in Upper Sandusky, Ohio.
Mrs. Carney was born Jan. 17, 1915, in Myra, to Fred and Iva (Young) Black, who preceded her in death.
In 1934, Mrs. Carney married Carl in Charleston. He died in 1989.
The Carneys had their only son, Charles, in 1939.
Mrs. Carney attended Griffithville High School in Griffithville and worked at Carney's Gulf Station, a business she and her husband owned and operated adjacent to their Mineral Wells home.
While in West Virginia, Mrs. Carney was active as the treasurer for the Women's Society of Christian Service at her local Methodist church, a member of the Women's Auxiliary for the local volunteer fire department and volunteered for the Wood County Farm Bureau.
In 2001, Mrs. Carney moved to live with family in McLean, Va., where she became a member of Charles Wesley United Methodist Church and joined the churchwomen's crafting group
Mrs. Carney moved to Wyandot Manor in 2004 and joined John Stewart United Methodist Church, also in Upper Sandusky, Ohio.
Throughout her life, Mrs. Carney enjoyed knitting, crocheting, flower gardening, watching game shows, canning and baking.
Most recently, she enjoyed the Red Hat Society and making crafts and visiting with friends at Wyandot Manor.
Mrs. Carney is survived by her son, Charles and his wife, Judy, of McLean, Va.; three granddaughters and their husbands, Byron and Kimberly Morales of Upper Sandusky, Ohio, Harry and Susan Mundrick of Burke, Va., and David and Charlotte Matthews of Springfield, Va.; six great-grandchildren, Natalie Morales of Springfield, Ohio, Daniel Morales of Upper Sandusky, Ohio, Derek and Tyler Mundrick, of Burke, Va., and Bryan and Marissa Matthews of Springfield, Va.; and a brother and his wife, Frederick and Pauline Black of Danville.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; two sisters, Madge England and Ruth Sellers; and a brother, Paul Black.
Visitation will be from 1-3 and 7-9 p.m. Friday at Leavitt Funeral Home, 403 Seventh St., Parkersburg. Services will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home with the Revs. Gene Larkin and Rick DeQuasie officiating. Burial will follow at Sunset Memory Gardens Cemetery.
Memorials can be made to Wyandot Manor or Hospice, c/o Bringman-Clark Funeral Home, 226 E. Wyandot Ave., Upper Sandusky, OH 43351, or Leavitt Funeral home, both of which are handling arrangements
Source Citation: Newspaper: Parkersburg News, The/Sentinel; Publication Date: 6 Sep 2006; Publication Place: Parkersburg, WV, United States
Sunset Memory Gardens
West Virginia, USA
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Record added: Oct 24, 2007
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