25 April, 193217 July, 2020

Kathleen McCord

Kathleen McCord, 88, of Parkersburg, WV, passed away July 17, 2020 peacefully at her residence with her family by her side. She was born April 25, 1932 in Wood County, the daughter of the late Rev. Everett Clegg and Thelma (Sigler) Clegg.

Kathleen was employed as cook with DeSales Heights Academy for several years. She was a member of the Torch United Methodist Church where she also volunteered for the food pantry.

She is survived by her children, Kay (Sal) Piscitelli of Delaware, Mike McCord of Belleville, Dan (Nancy) McCord, and Anita Davis of Parkersburg, a sister, Edna Forrider, of Coolville, OH, also several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband Glen McCord, son, John McCord, granddaughter Melissa McCord, sisters, Virginia Tice, and Georgie Lowe, brothers, Paul Bob and Jim Clegg.

Funeral service will be Tuesday, July, 21, 2020. Visitation will be 12:00 to 1:00 pm. before the service. Officiating the service will be Hollie Denzil Null at Sunset Memorial Funeral Home.

Burial will take place following the funeral service at Sunset Memory Gardens.


  • Visitation

    Tuesday, 21 July , 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, 21 July , 2020

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Mike Foggin

21 July 2020

Prayers for the McCord Family today.

Your mother(and father) were wonderful people. Wonderful neighbors.

Once she moved into town I met her for lunch a couple of times at Western Sizzlin.

She would walk/talk through every member of the family and what they had going on and when they had visited last, new grandkids, etc.

She spoke very fondly of each of you and her love for her entire family was very apparent... she did not miss any of you in her updates.

Very sorry for your loss.

Joanne (Joey) McGinnis

20 July 2020

Anita, I’m sending love and prayers your way. Aunt K was so near and dear to all of us, but I know words can’t replace the void you’re feeling. I pray for the pain to go away and the amazing memory’s to overflow. Your mom had no filter and I loved this about her. She’s the whole reason I’d be excited to go to church when we were visiting from Texas. She will be missed. Love you friend.


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