Cummings, Charlotte B.
Date of birth: Oct. 17, 1926 - Date of death: May 5, 2012
Charlotte Belle (Hollister) Cummings, age 85, of Marietta, Ohio
formerly of Hastings, WV, died on Saturday, May 5, 2012 in
Marietta, Ohio. She was born on October 17, 1926, in Wilsonburg,
WV, to the late Charles T. Hollister and Mildred Marie
Charlotte graduated from Bristol High School as a member of the
Class of 1945. She also was a graduate of West Virginia Business
College. She was a former employee of The Carnation Milk Factory,
Princess Dress Shop and Lerners of Clarksburg and was employed
by the Hope Natural Gas Company from 1947 - 1957 as a statistical
typist. Charlotte was a Past Member of the Pine Garden Club, Pine
Grove, WV, a lifetime member of the State Garden Club of West
Virginia, a member of the Vienna Garden Club, Vienna, WV, the
Ikebana Garden Club, Parkersburg, WV, and was an honorary
member of the Ohio Association of Garden Clubs.
Charlotte was preceded in death by her husband, LaVey Logue
Cummings whom she married on August 17, 1957. She was also
preceded in death by an infant son, Mark Allen Cummings; and
a sister, Doris Jean Hollister.
She is survived by a son, Darren Bryce Cummings of Scott Depot,
WV; a daughter DeAnn Lynne Cummings of Sardis, OH; three
grandchildren, Rachel Nicole Cummings, Sarah Katherine
Cummings and Alexander Grant Cummings; and a great
granddaughter, Laveya Belle Cummings.
Friends will be received at the Davis-Weaver Funeral Home,
329 E. Main Street, Clarksburg on Tuesday from 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM,
where a funeral service will be held on Tuesday at 2:00 PM with Pastor
Mark Statler presiding. Interment will follow in Greenlawn Masonic
Gerald and Claudene Johnson
Please accept our heartfelt condolences on the loss of your Mother. We followed your postings as she was in and out of the Hospital in recent weeks.We are thinking of you and your family in these difficult times.God bless you all.
Gerald and Claudene Johnson
Rick and Renee Duffield
Your Mom would always brighten up a room because of her personality and her love for living in the moment.She made us all walk away with a better attitude and feeling positive about life.
I aways promised,that I would come see her in Marietta but I didn't and now it is too late but I can tell you this, we will miss her but we have many joyful memories to keep forever.
Your Parents were two of my favorite people in this world. Rick and I were always so glad to run into them at the mall and have a nice conversation. We always walked away saying how nice of people they were.
Thanks for sharing your parents with all of us in Pine Grove,WV.
We lost a great Lady on this earth but "GOD" took one of the best.
Your Families are in our prayers.
Love, Rick and Renee
Darren and Deann
We were sorry to hear of your mother's passing. She was undoubtedly the most kind person I have ever met. She didn't need to know you to be gracious and kind. Her smile was geniuine and she made you feel that you were special. She was a great compliment to your family. Renmember the good times and always know that she was a special lady. Be Blessed'' Love in Christ, Mike and Debbie Bates