OBITUARY

Dollie Mae Payne

26 August, 19258 February, 2020
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Dollie Mae Payne, 94, of Nitro went to be with her husband Jr. Payne and the Lord on February 8, 2020 at home after a short illness.

Dollie was born August 26, 1925 in Rome, Georgia to the late Maudie Myrtle Green Evans and Ira Evans. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Warner Payne Jr.; great-grandson, Evan Matthew Nottingham; step-mother, Cora Evans; brothers, Earlie Jack Evans and Wronsford Evans; sister, Gladys Young; and son-in-law, Ralph Runion.

Survived by children, Bonnie Runion of Eleanor, Bill Payne (Carol) of Cross Lanes, and Donna Thomas (Ben) of Greenville, and David Payne (Becky) of Charleston; brother, Cephas Evans (Karen) of Charleston; sisters, Frances Hissom (Charles) of Sissonville and Helen Casto (Bob) of Buckhannon; grandchildren, Tommy Runion, Ryan and Justin Payne, Erik Thomas, Karey Nottingham, Samantha Cline, Step-grandson, Ben "Skeeter" Thomas, David Payne Jr., Faith Payne, step-grandsons, Russell and Devlin Simpson; and 19 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; and church family at God's Lighthouse, Charleston.

Dollie will be sadly missed by all.

The family would like to thank Raymond Price and Jenny Wingo for all their help, love and support during Dollie's illness.

Service will be 1:00pm Thursday, February 13, 2020 at Tyler Mountain Funeral Home, 5233 Rocky Fork Road, Cross Lanes, WV with Pastor Mayford Witt officiating. Burial will follow in Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens.

Visitation will begin at Noon on Thursday at the funeral home.

Condolences can be sent by visiting www.tylermountainfuneralhome.com.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, 13 February , 2020
  • Funeral Service Thursday, 13 February , 2020

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Julie Ann Payne

11 February 2020

Aunt Dollie and Uncle Junior were a huge part of my childhood memories growing up. They would always welcome us each vacation and summer into their home loving us, cooking for us and gathering our west virginia family to cherish every moment we spent together. Aunt Dollie was a kind and gentle sole helping and giving anything and in anyway she could. She was patient and kind and showed love to every life she touched. We are all blest to have had her touch our lives and forever live with her love within us trying to give it to others as she did for us all. We love you Aunt Dollie!

Mike and Linda Woodall

10 February 2020

Dollie was a wonderful lady and we loved her very much. She was such an inspiration to us. We will always treasure our time spent with her in church. We thank God that he allowed our paths to cross. We will miss you Miss Dollie! Our prayers are with you all during this difficult time.


Love and prayers!
Mike and Linda

Erik Thomas

10 February 2020

I don’t have the words to express how important Maw Maw was and is to me. Some many memories and love. I’m completely heartbroken and lost. Maw Maw’s love never wavered. I don’t know what to do going forward without her. I was truly blessed to have such an amazing woman in my life. She loved me through anything I have done. She’s believed in me when I just knew I couldn’t succeed. I don’t hesitate to say Maw Maw has my entire heart and always will. I love you so much!!!

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