Mrs. Dora B Sayre

February 26, 1925June 12, 2018

Dora Belle Sayre, 93 of Cross Lanes, WV passed away June 12th, 2018. She was born February 26th, 1925 at Erbacon, WV the daughter of the late Mote J. and Emma R. McHenry Stanley, also preceding her in death were her Husband Eugene and daughter Nancy Jeffers two brothers and one sister. Surviving are her daughter Carolyn Moore; sister Wilma Acree; Grandchildren Susan Izzo; Tracy Pritt and Brian Jeffers all of Cross Lanes and Greatgrandchildren William Izzo; Jonathan Izzo; Christopher Izzo; Kaylee Izzo; Stephen Pritt; Seth Pritt; Isabella Holstine; Genevieve Jeffers and Geneva Jeffers. Services will be Friday, June 15th, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. in the Chapel of Peace at Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens. The family will receive friends from 1:00 p.m. until service time. Interment will follow in Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens. Tyler Mountain Funeral Home, 5233 Rocky Fork Rd., Cross Lanes, WV 25313 is assisting the Sayre family.



  • Visitation Friday, June 15, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, June 15, 2018


  • Committal Service

Mrs. Dora B Sayre

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Susan Izzo

June 15, 2018

With every cookie I make, with every cake I bake, with every spring bloom and every fight with poison ivy...I will remember you. With every family photo, film, video, and with every stitch to every quilt...I will remember you. My children and their children will celebrate and remember you. With all the love in my heart...Susan

Mary West

June 15, 2018

So many memories ,she made the best pancakes,she had a infectious laugh ,she had a way with decorating,was adventurous remember a ride in the back of a pickup terrified of locust swarm ,putting blankets over our heads n screaming all the time hearing laughter from the cab and soon all of us was laughing,so many memories ...Sure loved my Aunt Dora

Janice Tice

June 14, 2018

Alway glad to here from me..miss calling Aunt Dora.

Lana McCormick

June 14, 2018

A nice lady with a life well lived. Sharing veggies from her garden with family, neighbors and friends was very satisfying for her, made her happy. I always thought it showed how much she cared about everyone. She was such a nurturer and loved her family so.
You will be missed, Nanny!