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Hafer Funeral Home

50 N Pinch Rd
Elkview, WV 25071
(304) 965-3331
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Funeral set for former Pleasants County House of Delegate member - The News Center

Sunday, February 12, 2017

West Virginia House of Delegates from Pleasants County who died on Monday.Otis Leggett, 97, who served for 20 years starting in 1986, died at his home in Elkview, W.Va. A visitation will be held from 6 until 8 p.m. Friday at Ingram Funeral Home in St. Marys.The funeral will be 1 p.m. Saturday at Hafer Funeral Home in Elkview, W.Va. A graveside service will follow at the Elk Hill Cemetery.In addition to serving as a House member, Leggett taught school in Doddridge, Ritchie, Wood and Pleasants counties. He also was a former superintendent of schools in Ritchie County.His complete obituary is online at www.thenewscenter.tv/obituaries.

Fourteen dead in WV flooding - Charleston Gazette-Mail (subscription)

Monday, June 27, 2016

River View Way in Clendenin shortly after 8 p.m. Friday. At 5:20 p.m., a man living on Little Sandy Road in the Elkview area died of possible electrocution, reportedly while attempting to clean flood water from his home with a Shop Vac. The names of those victims were not released pending notification of next of kin.The body of Edward McMillion, a 4-year-old boy who was swept away by high water in Ravenswood on Thursday, was found on Friday morning. In Wheeling, Emanual Williams, an 8-year-old boy, drowned in Big Wheeling Creek on Thursday after he was pulled downstream by the rushing water.Details were not immediately available on the deaths in Greenbrier County.Tomblin declared a state of emergency for 44 of the state’s 55 counties late Thursday evening, and authorized members of the West Virginia National Guard to help local first responders as they evaluated the situation on Friday.The Elk River at Queen Shoals, in Kanawha County, set a record when it reached a height of more than 33 feet, said Dave Marsalek, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Charleston. The previous record there was 32 feet, set in 1888. Flood stage for the river there is 19 feet.“The Elk is a mess right now,” Marsalek said Friday morning. The river at Queen Shoals had dropped under 24 feet by Friday afternoon.Emergency officials agreed. C.W. Sigman, Kanawha County deputy emergency manager, said during a news conference Friday morning that first responders had just gained access to Clendenin.“There’s a lot of just utter devastation in some areas,” Sigman said. “The homes are gone.”Tomblin said more than 100 houses were destroyed or severely damaged. Besides northern Kanawha County, the governor said, the hardest-hit areas are White Sulphur Springs and Rainelle, in Greenbrier County, and Richwood, in Nicholas County.Two major bridges in Kanawha County, between Dunbar and South Charleston and between Nitro and St. Albans, were closed for several hours early Friday after a barge got loose and struck them. They were reopened Friday morning after state Department of Transportation inspectors deemed them safe.White Sulphur Springs got 9.17 inches of rain over the past 48 hours, NWS meteorologist Andrew Beavers said, the most in the state.As of Friday evening, U.S. 119 remained closed near Herbert Hoover High School and near the Clendenin exit of Interstate 79 in Kanawha County, according to the DOT. Other closed roads included W.Va. 82, from Cowen to Birch River in Webster County, W.Va. 20 at Webster Springs, W.Va. 41 at the Fayette-Nicholas county line, W.Va. 20 at Rainelle in Greenbrier County, W.Va. 39, from Mill Point to Richwood in Nicholas County, U.S. 60, from Sam Black to Rainelle in Greenbrier County, and W.Va. 92 at the Greenbrier-Pocahontas count...

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Funeral set for former Pleasants County House of Delegate member - The News Center

Sunday, February 12, 2017

West Virginia House of Delegates from Pleasants County who died on Monday.Otis Leggett, 97, who served for 20 years starting in 1986, died at his home in Elkview, W.Va. A visitation will be held from 6 until 8 p.m. Friday at Ingram Funeral Home in St. Marys.The funeral will be 1 p.m. Saturday at Hafer Funeral Home in Elkview, W.Va. A graveside service will follow at the Elk Hill Cemetery.In addition to serving as a House member, Leggett taught school in Doddridge, Ritchie, Wood and Pleasants counties. He also was a former superintendent of schools in Ritchie County.His complete obituary is online at www.thenewscenter.tv/obituaries.

Fourteen dead in WV flooding - Charleston Gazette-Mail (subscription)

Monday, June 27, 2016

River View Way in Clendenin shortly after 8 p.m. Friday. At 5:20 p.m., a man living on Little Sandy Road in the Elkview area died of possible electrocution, reportedly while attempting to clean flood water from his home with a Shop Vac. The names of those victims were not released pending notification of next of kin.The body of Edward McMillion, a 4-year-old boy who was swept away by high water in Ravenswood on Thursday, was found on Friday morning. In Wheeling, Emanual Williams, an 8-year-old boy, drowned in Big Wheeling Creek on Thursday after he was pulled downstream by the rushing water.Details were not immediately available on the deaths in Greenbrier County.Tomblin declared a state of emergency for 44 of the state’s 55 counties late Thursday evening, and authorized members of the West Virginia National Guard to help local first responders as they evaluated the situation on Friday.The Elk River at Queen Shoals, in Kanawha County, set a record when it reached a height of more than 33 feet, said Dave Marsalek, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Charleston. The previous record there was 32 feet, set in 1888. Flood stage for the river there is 19 feet.“The Elk is a mess right now,” Marsalek said Friday morning. The river at Queen Shoals had dropped under 24 feet by Friday afternoon.Emergency officials agreed. C.W. Sigman, Kanawha County deputy emergency manager, said during a news conference Friday morning that first responders had just gained access to Clendenin.“There’s a lot of just utter devastation in some areas,” Sigman said. “The homes are gone.”Tomblin said more than 100 houses were destroyed or severely damaged. Besides northern Kanawha County, the governor said, the hardest-hit areas are White Sulphur Springs and Rainelle, in Greenbrier County, and Richwood, in Nicholas County.Two major bridges in Kanawha County, between Dunbar and South Charleston and between Nitro and St. Albans, were closed for several hours early Friday after a barge got loose and struck them. They were reopened Friday morning after state Department of Transportation inspectors deemed them safe.White Sulphur Springs got 9.17 inches of rain over the past 48 hours, NWS meteorologist Andrew Beavers said, the most in the state.As of Friday evening, U.S. 119 remained closed near Herbert Hoover High School and near the Clendenin exit of Interstate 79 in Kanawha County, according to the DOT. Other closed roads included W.Va. 82, from Cowen to Birch River in Webster County, W.Va. 20 at Webster Springs, W.Va. 41 at the Fayette-Nicholas county line, W.Va. 20 at Rainelle in Greenbrier County, W.Va. 39, from Mill Point to Richwood in Nicholas County, U.S. 60, from Sam Black to Rainelle in Greenbrier County, and W.Va. 92 at the Greenbrier-Pocahontas count...