Angel Elaine Tanner

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Angel Elaine Tanner

January 21, 1941 - March 05, 2019

Angel Elaine Tanner Angel Elaine Tanner, age 78, Mannington, WV passed away on Tuesday, March 5, 2019 at St. Barbara's Memorial Nursing Home in Monongah. She was born January 21, 1941 at Fairmont, WV, a daughter of the late Woods Hayes and Opal Marie Staggers Hayes.

She is survived by two children, William Scott and Michelle Reynolds of Hundred, WV and Richard Woods and companion Jennifer on Florida; step-children, Bryce and Sheri Reynolds of Plum Run and Linda Cain of Mannington; 3 grandchildren, Raegan, Reese, Rosalie Reynolds.

In addition her parents, she Angel was preceded in death by three husbands, Richard Scott Reynolds, Gerald Batson and Larry Tanner; a sister, Marjorie Hayes; and an adopted son, John David Batson.

Angel worked in Home Health Care and took care of lots of people and had worked at St. Barbara's. She also had sold door-to-door Bible Stories Book as a salesperson. She attended the Nazarene Church in Mannington. She enjoyed crocheting, nature walking and bird watching. She also enjoyed traveling, reading her Bible, going to Smoke Hole Caverns, deer hunting, fishing and gardening.

Family and friends may call at Masters Funeral Home in Mannington on Saturday, March 9, 2019 from 10:00am to 12:00pm with funeral services beginning in the funeral home at 12pm with Evangelist Earl P. Stevens II officiating. Burial will follow at the Mannington Cemetery. On-line condolences may be left for the family at www.mastersfuneralhomewv.com
Published on March 6, 2019
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Saturday March 09, 2019

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Masters Funeral Home

209 Main St, Mannington, WV, USA

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Saturday March 09, 2019

12:00 PM

Masters Funeral Home

209 Main St, Mannington, WV, USA

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