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Rev. Raymond Dingess
Sis. Vicy Hazel (Watts) Dingess

 

 

 

Rev. Raymond Dingess
Rev. Raymond Dingess

In memory

Rev. Raymond Dingess, 74 Fort Gay, West Virginia, went to be with the Lord, Sunday, March 10th 2002. Funeral services were conducted 11:00am Tuesday, March 12th 2002 at Morris Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Johnny Castle and Rev. Earl Burgess officiating. Burial will follow in the Maryland Napier Cemetery;
Genoa, West Virginia, He was born March 28th 1927 in Ferguson, West Virginia son of the late John and Geniveve Dingess. Raymond was a retired machinist, a World War II veteran, a member of the Freewill Baptist Church and the Freewill Baptist minister for 46 years. Also proceeding him in death were two sons; Anthony and Bernard Dingess; five brothers, Jake, Ernest, Enzelow, Orville and Glen Dingess; and one sister, Lucinda Frye. He is survived by his devoted wife of 53 years, Vicy Hazel (Watts) Dingess; two daughters, Kathy Castle and husband, James of Louisa Kentucky, Janice Petit, of Fort Gay, West Virginia; four sons,
Eddie Dingess and wife, Linda, Luther Dingess and wife, Judy all of Fort Gay, West Virginia, Donald Dingess and wife, Brenda of Trinity, North Carolina,
Herman Dingess and wife, Barbara of Wayne, West Virginia; three brothers, Travis Dingess and wife, Georgia of Piketon, Ohio,
Leon Dingess and wife, Thelma of Cleveland, Ohio, Dale Dingess and wife, Sharon of Gallion, Ohio.
Fifteen grandchildren, twelve great-grandchildren and a host of friends and relatives.
Our Loss Is Heaven’s Gain

 

Sis. Vicy Hazel (Watts) Dingess
Sis. Vicy Hazel (Watts) Dingess

In memory

Vicy Hazel (Watts) Dingess, 76, of Fort Gay, West Virginia went to be with the Lord on Saturday June 16, 2007 at St. Mary's Medical Center, funeral services were conducted at 11 AM Tuesday June 19, 2007 at Morris Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Earl Burgess and Rev. Johnny Castle officiating. Burial followed at the Maryland Napier Cemetery at Genoa, West Virginia, She was born April 14, 1931 in Dunlow, West Virginia, a daughter of the late Jessie and Millie Watts in addition to her parents, she was also proceeded in death by her loving husband of 53 years, Rev. Raymond Dingess; two sons, Anthony and Bernard Dingess; two sisters, Millie Fortner and Mary Robertson; six brothers, Lucian Watts, Albert Watts, George Watts, Mildred Watts and two infant brothers, Mrs. Dingess was a homemaker and  a Free Will Baptist by faith. Survivors include two daughters, Kathy Castle and her husband, James of Louisa Kentucky, and Janice Petit of Fort Gay; four sons,
Eddie Dingess and his wife, Linda of Fort Gay, Luther Dingess and his wife, Judy of Fort Gay, Donald Dingess and his wife, Brenda of Trinity, North Carolina,
and Herman Dingess and his wife, Barbara of Wayne; three brothers Alpha Watts and his wife, Edith of Genoa, Russell Watts and his wife, Elizabeth of Fort Gay,
and James Watts and his wife, June of Dunlow;
15 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.
Our Loss Is Heaven’s Gain

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