OBITUARY

Linda Lou Stover

January 24, 1941January 10, 2018
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Linda Lou Stover, 76, passed away on January 10, 2018.

Mrs. Stover was born in Mahan, West Virginia. She was preceded in death by her husband Charles Ervin Stover, Sr, a son Charles Ervin Stover, Jr, her mother Mary Tyler, a brother James Tyler and a sister Tina Ramos.

Survivors include two sons, Michael L. Stover, Sr. and his wife Jeannette of Norfolk, VA; Scott Aaron Stover of Norwich, CT, A grandson Michael L. Stover, Jr, A sister Kay Hines and husband Donald of Mt. Gilead, Ohio, brothers Carl Tyler of Los Angeles, CA and Steve Tyler of Dunbar, WV. Several nieces and nephews. Special Family Friends include Betty Jo Tyler, of Dunbar, WV, Matt Bagwell and Family of Norfolk, VA, The Robbins, Aguilar, and Hormuth Families of Virginia Beach, VA, and the Mitchell Family of Norfolk, VA,

A Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, January 14, 2018, 2:00 p.m. at Smith & Williams, Norfolk Chapel.

Friends may offer condolences at www.smithandwilliamsnorfolk.com

Services

  • Celebration of Life Sunday, January 14, 2018
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February 7, 2018

Linda and I went Kingston High School together and graduated in 1959. No sweeter girl could be found. I will always have fond memories of our school days together. We especially enjoyed our Senior play "Little Women" She was "Marmie" and I was "Meg". We had loads of fun.We stayed in contact for years exchanging Christmas cards, when hers stopped I was very concerned till I received her funeral notice today. Very Thankful to hear what happened to my friend. So sorry for your loss. Judy Scarbro Lively. Dothan, WV

Betty, Steven, and Kelsea Tyler

January 20, 2018

Linda, you were more than a Sister-in-law to me you were a mentor and a friend. You had such love and pure dedication for your family the most I've ever seen from anyone. I loved hearing you talk about them and hearing stories of some of the adventures you and Charlie had in the past especially your move from one house to another one just down the street - that was so funny. Your cooking was always the best and you made me feel welcome and wanted at your home and at family events. My life has been enriched so much by knowing you and Charlie and your caring children. I know you are at peace now, and I'll meet you at the end my dear friend.

Libby Williams

January 12, 2018

Linda has been my friend and in my family a long time, she is with Charlie now and she is happy, I pray God to be with the family

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