Eulah Marie Whipkey

June 15, 1931February 20, 2019

Eulah Marie Whipkey, 87, of Vienna, WV, went to be with her Lord and Savior on February 20, 2019, escorted by her mommy, following a brief illness. She was born June 15, 1931, in Coxs Mills (Gilmer County), a daughter of the late Harold and Alma (Byrd) Lang. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Donzel Whipkey; son James Logan Whipkey and several brothers and sisters. Eulah was a proud homemaker and spent her time caring for the elderly. Left to cherish her memory are her children, Steven (Elaine) Whipkey, Gregory Whipkey and Pam Russell, Michael Whipkey, Mark (Debbie) Whipkey, Donzel (Donna) Whipkey, Paul Hagemann; a special love to her daughter in laws, Mary Pierson, Charlene Whipkey; siblings Charles Lang, Lucille Hardman; 9 grandchildren, Brent, Justin, Stephie, Heather, Mike, Jason, Mark, Krissy, Adam, numerous great grandchildren and her four furry friends, Nick, Zelda, Bear and Dolly. Service will be 11 a.m., Monday, February 25, 2019, at Sunset Memorial Funeral Home, Parkersburg, with Pastor Tom Law officiating. Burial will follow in Sunset Memory Gardens. Visitation will be from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m., Sunday, February 24, 2019, at the funeral home. The family would like to send a special thank you to her caregivers, Myra, Bert, Amy and Dori. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of Eulah Marie Whipkey to Housecalls Hospice 37 12th St. Parkersburg, West Virginia 26101.


  • Steven (Elaine) Whipkey, Son
  • Gregory Whipkey and Pam Russell, Son
  • Michael Whipkey, Son
  • Mark (Debbie) Whipkey, Son
  • Donzel (Donna) Whipkey, Son
  • Paul Hagemann, Son
  • Charles Lang, Brother
  • Lucille Hardman, Sister
  • Brent, Justin, Stephie, Heather , Mike, Jason, Mark, Krissy and Adam, Grandchildren
  • Nick, Zelda, Bear and Dolly, Fur Babies
  • Harold Lang, Father
  • Alma (Byrd) Lang, Mother
  • Donzel Whipkey, Husband
  • Eulah also leaves behind numerous great grandchildren to carry on her memory.


  • Visitation Sunday, February 24, 2019
  • Funeral Service Monday, February 25, 2019

Eulah Marie Whipkey

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Donzel Whipkey

February 23, 2019

Mom I can never forget when one of your boys came to visit. You could whip up a full course meal and have it on the table for us. And then having coffee and talking till late. I will miss you dearly, but I do take comfort in knowing that your suffering is over here and your in heaven with the LORD.

Dawn Haberle

February 22, 2019

We sure will miss your beautiful heart and smile. Your presence will be missed. Rest in Peace Mrs. Whipkey xoxo

Alyssa Whipkey

February 22, 2019

My mommom was a very strong lady. I will never forget her teaching me how to make her amazing homemade bread. Step by step detail on how to do it . It always was a long process but in the end it always tasted great. I'm glad your at peace in heaven. I love you and you always be in my heart.

Charleen Whipkey

February 22, 2019

I have so many fond Memories of Mom..She welcomed me into the family at a very young age. She fed me when I was hungy.,clothed me when I was cold.i got to repay her kindness by caring for her.I will forever miss her..

Denise Carpenter

February 21, 2019

Mom I will miss our silly conversations when I come to visit loved hearing your stories about the old days gonna miss you. Don't tell Dad what a bad cook I was lol may you rest in peace and forever be in my heart I love You

Ginny Whipkey

February 21, 2019

May her soul be bound up in the bonds of our family. Rest in eternal peace sweet aunt.

Darlene Kowal

February 20, 2019

Mrs. Whipkey was such a dear friend to my Mom, Margaret Kowal. I will always remember Mrs. Whipkey stopping over after night church to have a cup a tea and I loved hearing both Moms sharing prayer requests, concerns, and of course, lots of laughter.... probably about something dealing with both families kids! She was always proud of her sons and we loved visiting their home. Please know how sorry I am and will always remember her sweet southern accent and kindness. Psalm 30:5 “........ weeping may stay for the night, but rejoicing comes in the morning.”

May God bless all of you,
Darlene Kowal

Mary Pierson

February 20, 2019

She was the best ever mother in law. Loved helping her make her bread and rolls for the holidays, they were the best. Always enjoyed our talks and was proud to be one of her "girls".

My sincere condolences to all of the Whipkey boys and her other "girls". To the Whipkey grandchildren, I am sorry for your loss.