Mary Lou (Dunlap) Hudson

March 1st, 2013 | Posted by curryfuneralhome in Obituaries

Mary Lou (Dunlap) Hudson 88 of Ruth left this world Thursday February 28th 2013 to join her family and friends in our next life with her Savior Jesus Christ.

Born October 23, 1924.  She was the daughter of the late Mary Elizabeth and Frank Dewitt Dunlap.

Mary Lou was retired from the West Virginia State Library Commission and a member of Davis Creek Church of the Nazarene where she loved to teach Sunday School class and operated the Church Library for many years.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 66 years Raymond Hudson, daughter Regina Gomer sister Elma Lee Hudson and Brother Edgar “Corkey” Dunlap.

Surviving daughters Neva Horne-husband Cecil of South Charleston, Myrna Gatrost-husband Gary of Winston-Salem, NC.  Son-in-law Jim Gomer of Nashville TN. Grand children Susan Burgess, John Horne, Jamie Gomer, Jennifer Gomer, Bobby Hudson and Beth Gatrost. Great Grand children Hannah Burgess, Brandon Gomer, and John Alan Horne.

Curry Funeral Home of Alum Creek will be servicing the Hudson Family, with a memorial service to be held 2:00 pm Sunday, March 3rd at Curry  Funeral Home 2097 Childress Road Alum Creek, with Rev. Franklin Goff officiating.  The family will receive friends 1 hour before the service.

Mary’s final resting place will be following the memorial at Fox Hill Cemetery on Spring Hill Mountain along side of her Husband, Mother, Grand Parents and Great Grand Parents.

The family would like to thank the staff of Valley Nursing Home for the wonderful and loving care given to Mary Lou during the last 5 years.

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  • Sandy (Davis) Seibel says:

    I’d like to express my sympathy in the loss of your mother. I remember many summers at the Nazarene campground in Summersville when she looked after a bunch of teenage girls. At the time my family members belonged to the Marmet Church of the Nazarene. My mom and dad, Gordon and Mickey Davis, eventually became members of the Davis Creek church. My dad started at the old church when he was a young man, coming down from a mountain to attend services. Florence Walling married them there in 1943. Dad died in 1989 and my mom joined him this past summer at the age of 88. Your mom will be greeted by many.

  • Jo Ann Daugherty Spencer says:

    Rest in peace Mrs Hudson. We all loved you at the Church. You were a true Christian.

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