by Paul Adkins
VERDUNVILLE, W.Va. — Janice Lee Carter Tomblin, 83, of Verdunville, left this place for a better place Saturday, December 29, 2012.
Born February 27, 1929, she was a daughter of the late George Alex and Honovah “Nora” Brown Carter. Also preceding her in death was her husband, Clifford Tomblin; daughter, Sue Tomblin Adams; two grandsons, Jim Daniel Tomblin and Alex Neace, and a great-grandson, Aaron Adams.
Janice was an active member of The Living Church Of God.
Survivors include four sons, Harry Lee Tomblin, Alex Harrison (Audrey) Tomblin, Clifford (Kathy) Tomblin Jr., and James (Jennifer) Tomblin; one daughter, Patricia (Perr) Williams; a special son-in- law who she loved as her own, Jerry Adams; grandchildren, Michelle (Jack) Estep, Jerry Adams, Kim Collins, Angela Adams, Melissa (Herbie) Justice, Crystal Fuller, Shannon (Mike) Runyon, Rachel (Jeremy) Eplin, Donald Tomblin, Rebecca Renee (J.K.) Spence, Cameron Baisden, Gabrielle Tomblin, Keiara Wesney and Brooklyn Athey; special great-grandson, Ryan Gage Estep, whom she thought hung the stars; 16 great grandchildren; six great-great-grandchildren; her other family, The Living Church of God, whom she loved dearly, and many more family and friends.
Graveside services will be held at noon Wednesday, Jan. 2, at the Carter Family Cemetery.
Visitation will begin after 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Mud Fork Freewill Baptist Church.
James Funeral Home of Aracoma is in charge of arrangements.
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