The Times West Virginian


February 10, 2013

Virginia Henderson

Virginia Frances Hayhurst Henderson passed away on Thursday (Feb. 7, 2013).

She was married to John Edward Henderson Feb. 16, 1965; together they lived at Rt. 1, Bices Run Road, Shinnston. She was born June 28, 1945, at Lumberport, a daughter of the late Evelyn “Kate” Lindsey Hayhurst and the late Leroy Hayhurst.

She is survived by her daughter, Tammy Kay Henderson Erpenbeck and her husband Russ of Clarksburg and their children, Chester Paul Robinson and his wife Kelly of Lumberport, Charles Wayne Robinson and his life companion Emylea of White Hall and a great-grandson, Brayden “Brady” Robinson of Lumberport; her daughter, Pamela Sue Henderson Revels and her husband Randy of Shinnston and their children, Randy Lee Revels Jr. and his partner Preston Rice of Elkins, Heather Marie Revels, Joshua Michael Revels and Steven Edward Revels of Shinnston and great-grandbaby Izzy Woodson; and her son, Sammy Edward Henderson and his life companion Marie Kendall and their children, Amber Nicole Kendall and Sara Ann Kendall, all of Shinnston.

Also surviving are two sisters, Lucy Irene Hayhurst Beckner and her husband Charles “Bill” of Fairmont and Susan “Susie” Kay Hayhurst Wilson and her husband Paul of McHenry, Ill.; one brother, Ronnie Fay Hayhurst and his wife Kathy of Wonderlake, Ill.; and several nieces and nephews.

She was also preceded in death by her three brothers, Robert Leroy Hayhurst, Paul Neil Hayhurst, Vietnam veteran, and Richard Keith Hayhurst and her infant twin siblings.

She helped her son with his paper route with Clarksburg’s Exponent Telegram since 1987. She enjoyed spending time with her family and watching her son and grandson race their cars.

Mom, we will always love you, John, Sammy, Tammy, Pammy, your sons-in-law, Randy, Russ and grandchildren. God bless You.

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