Wanda Mae  Conner

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Wanda Mae Conner, 93, of Shinnston passed away on Monday September 2, 2019. She was born May 19, 1926 in Clarksburg, a daughter of the late Charles Cecil and Ethel Cecil Smith. She was preceded in death by her lifelong companion James Stutler who passed away on October 7, 2001.
She was survived by her sons Samuel Conner and his wife Gloria of Harrisonburg, VA, Frank Conner and his wife Ruth of Fairmont, WV; daughters Jeannie Richards and her husband Junior of Shinnston, WV, Karen Petrosino and her husband Frank of Bishopville, MD, and Delores Leigh of MD; brothers Ed Cecil of Amherst, Ohio and Robert Joe Cecil and his wife Janice of Marion, Ohio; Sisters Ruth Dennis of Hopwood, Pa., and Mary Ellen Smith of Gypsy, WV; grandchildren Lorry Richards, Chad Richards, Frankie Conner, James Conner, Christopher Conner, Sean Conner, Janette Conner and their spouses, along with several great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.
Wanda was preceded in death by her brothers Charles G. Cecil, Jr. and his spouse Helen, William Cecil, Paul W. Cecil and his spouse Frankilene; brother-in-law's Clarence Dennis and Robert Smith.
She enjoyed bowling in several different bowling leagues, golfing, watching the Little League baseball games but mostly the Sunday family dinners.
Friends and family will be received at Harmer Funeral Home on Thursday September 5, 2019 from 2 PM to 8 PM. A funeral service will be held on Friday September 6, 2019 at 1:00 PM with Pastor Kevin Nuzum officiating. Interment will follow at the Shinnston Memorial Cemetery.
Online memories and condolences may be shared at Harmerfuneralhome.com
A service of Harmer funeral Home, Shinnston.
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Published on September 3, 2019
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