Times West Virginian
Carole Abercrombie, 72, of Hundred, died Monday (April 8, 2013) at her residence.
She was born Aug. 1, 1940, in Hundred, a daughter of the late Ray Tustin and Aline Postlethwait Tustin.
Mrs. Abercrombie was a retired CNA at Wheeling Hospital. She retired from the Oncology Unit.
Carole loved bluegrass music and worked with the bluegrass festival in Hundred. She was a member of the Wetzel County Democratic Women and the Earl Kiger American Legion Post No. 120 Ladies Auxillary.
Surviving are her children, Deborah Grimes and husband Larry of Pinckney, Mich., James Carter and his wife Darla of Holbrook, Pa., Pamela Blaker and her husband Jake of Carmichaels, Pa., and Greg Carter and his wife Danielle of Monterey, Va.; six grandchildren, Craig, Tanya, Kari, Jessi, Greg Jr. and Nissa; eight step-grandchildren, Jake, Meagan, Greg, David, Sarah, Chris, Rick and Tracy; six great-grandchildren, Carter, Essence, Asher, Vanessa, Mathew and Baylee; six step-great-grandchildren, Emily, Abbey, Hillary, Jake, Isabella and Drew; nine brothers and sisters, Vincent Tustin, Delmus Tustin, Dale Tustin, Terry Tustin, John Tustin, Roger Tustin and Susie Tennant, all of Hundred, Janet Carter of Folsom, and Micheal Tustin of Woodruff; and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband, E.V. “Bud” Abercrombie; a stepson, David Abercrombie; and a brother, Vernon Tustin.
Respecting the wishes of the deceased, in lieu of flowers or contributions, the deceased has requested that you do an “Act of Kindness for a Stranger.”
All services will be private and held at the convenience of the family.
Tennant Funeral Home in Hundred is in charge of arrangements. You may send condolences to the family at www.tennantfuneralhome.com.