Alice Lucinda Spiker, 94 of Pennsboro, died Wednesday, May 25, 2011, at Hannah's house Assisted Living, Marietta, OH.
She was born Oct. 23, 1916, at Cabin Run, Doddridge County, a daughter of the late Lorin H. Williams and Jucy E. (Johnson) Williams. She was a retired school teacher, who especially loved teaching students to read. She taught a total of 29 years, 10 at Doddridge County and 19 at Ritchie County. She finished her career at Creed Collins Elementary School. She was a graduate of Salem College, attending Duke University, and took advanced study courses at West Virginia University and the University of Pennsylvania.
She was a member of the Pennsboro Woman's Club, Pennsboro Chapter No. 26, Order of the eastern Star, and the West Virginia Retired School Employees organization. She was also a member of International Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma. She was a member of South Fork Baptist Church and attended Pennsboro United Methodist Church.
Surviving are four children, Michael I. Spiker and wife Martha of Ripley, WV, Brada E. Stotts of Evans, WV, Dr. Mark A. Spiker and wife Marilyn of Pennsboro, and Briana A. Spiker of Morgantown, WV; 10 grandchildren, Sarah Spiker Smith, Angela Spiker Benson, Brad Stotts, Katie Spiker Shaffer, Alison Spiker Morris, Pete Deremer, Kari Deremer and Jeana Spiker; four great-grandchildren, Connor and Kate Smith, Blake Benson and Kista Stotts.
Preceding her in death, in addition to her parents, were her husband Bradford Zinn Spiker; a sister, Gertrude Siesholtz; a half-brother, Forrest L. Williams; and a special stepmother, Leona Williams-Wilson.
Services were held Saturday, May 28th, at McCullough-Rogers Funeral Home, Pennsboro. Interment followed at South Fork Baptist Church Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the South Fork or Cabin Run cemeteries, or charity of choice.
Bradford Zinn Spiker
1908–1996 (m. 1942)
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