January 27, 1918 - July 4, 2013
Virginia Maynard, 95 of Lenore, WV went home to be with the Lord while a patient at the Williamson Memorial Hospital on July 4, 2013. She was born Jan. 27, 1918 at Harlan, KY the daughter of the late Frank and Luna Allen Gayhart. She was also preceded in death by her brothers and sisters, Sadie Messer, Curtis and Carlos Gayhart, Edna Grigsby, Katherine Bagley, Finley Gayhart, Ethel Daniels, Lillian Bowens and William Franklin Gayhart, and her husband, Marvin A. Maynard.
Mrs. Maynard was a homemaker and a member of the Fellowship Baptist Church at Lenore, WV.
Her survivors include her son, Dennis and wife Bernandine Maynard of Delbarton, and their daughter, Candace Denise Hanson and a sister, Nell Patrick of Indianapolis, IN.
VisitationVisitation will be at the funeral home chapel Saturday evening from 6-9pm with special services starting at 7:00pm.
ServicesFuneral services will be held Sunday July 7, 2013 at 1:00pm with Rev. Don Stroud and Rev. Bobby Perry officiating.
IntermentBurial will follow in the Mt. View Memory Gardens at Maher, WV.
Vicky and Jenny SammonsJenny Maynard was such a sweet and special lady in our life; Every now and then there is someone who waltzs into your heart and soul leaving footprints and life memories that touches you forever and you will smile within youself...Jenny was just this kind of someone
Thank God for such a sweet and wonderful LADY It sure was a pleasure knowing here on this old earth; God bless the remaining family
SHE WAS SO SPECIAL TO US
THANK YOU FOR SHARING HER
Vicky and Jenny Sammons
mary ootenso sorry for you loss praying
Regina AkersIm so sorry for you loss and from the stories that Bernadine has told me she was a truly amazing woman. I love you all and your in my prayers.
Sadie DeskinsWe are truly sorry for your loss. It is a very difficult thing to give up parents even when we know they are with The Lord.Ms.Jenny was very special. I have never forgotten her smile,and that cute little hair do.lol. She was always the same and I will always cherish the time we spent together at Fellowship Baptist. Praying for you.
Steve and 'Marsha BurkePrayers going up for you my friend, lost our mom's so we know the pain you are going through, praying for the comfort of the Holy Spirit as God promised to cover you during this time and the days ahead.
Dottie M BrewerSo Sorry for your loss but heaven has surely gained yet another angel. Praying for the family that God will comfort you during this sad time and the days ahead.
Debbie BishopDear Dennis and Bernadine....I am so sorry to hear that your precious mother has passed...I know her and mom are watching over us and awaiting the day we will be with them again....I love you both...God Bless! Debbie
Susan Sturgill BoydDennis and Bernadine, and all who loved Jenny : God bless and comfort you. Praise the Lord that we have assurance of our home in Heaven. We will meet again!
Judith LambertSorry for your loss, my prayers are with you.
Joe and Kaye DeskinsDennis, Bernandine, and Candace, our thoughts and prayers are with you. Jenny was a wonderful lady, who loved God, her family, her Church ,and her friends. She was a true light for all of us. She was so wise and when she spoke we all listen to Jenny. She will be remembered as a true Christain lady. We will miss Jenny, but we know she is in the arms of God. Joe and Kaye Deskins and Family
Patricia DavisJenny loved the Lord with all her heart and her family I went to her home as a little girl and played she is a very special Lady and was very wise. Dennis, Bemandine, and Candace my prayers are with you Jenny, and all of you have been a big part of my life and always will be. Love you all always.
(Jenny 4-Ever missed, but never 4-gotten)
gail marcumDennis and family, know your pain is heartbreaking, but OH what an Independence day for your mom..I am out of town, but you will be in my heart and prayers..Love you guys, May you be wrapped in the loving arms of your heavenly father..
Rebecca Napier FrazierMy heart goes out to all of you. She was a wonderful person who will never be forgotten.
sue cassellI feel so blessed to have known Nannie. She was a special lady who loved to work in the yard with her flowers. I was a small child when I first met her and over the years I aged but Nannie always seemed to stay the same. I know by her works on Earth that she is in HEAVEN. I know she will be greatly missed by her family and friends.
Little Sue (Cassell)