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William May

September 16, 1942 - February 5, 2005

William Robert "Bob" May, 62, of Powhatan Point, Ohio died Saturday February 5, 2005 in Wheeling Hospital.

He was born September 16, 1942 in Jacobsburg, Ohio, a son of Albert and Betty Palmer May of Powhatan Point, Ohio.

Bob was retired from Ohio Valley Coal as a bulldozer operator, was a member of the Powhatan Methodist Church, was an avid camper and fisherman and along with Anna was a volunteer at Wolf Run State Park.

Bob was preceded in death by an infant brother and his grandparents, Everett and Lola Palmer and French and Lucy May.

Surviving are his wife of 42 years, Anna Davis May, two children, Carla Brandon and her husband Raymond and William "Pinchy" May all of Powhatan Point, Ohio, one sister Beverly Necessary and her husband Emory of Powhatan Point, two special grandchildren, Kelly "Kel-Kel" Brandon and Ty "Tyrel" Brandon, both of Powhatan Point, along with three nieces and two nephews.

Friends will be received on Monday February 7, 2005 from 2-4 PM and 7-9 PM at the Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Home and Crematory, 186 Main Street Powhatan Point, Ohio, where services will be held on Tuesday February 8, 2005 at 1 PM with Pastor Rick Hendrix officiating.

Burial will follow in Powhatan Cemetery, Powhatan Point, Ohio.


Service Information

Visitation Information

Date: Monday, February 7, 2005

Time: 2:00 pm

End Time: 4:00 pm

Location:

Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Home-Powhatan Point

186 Main Street
Powhatan Point, OH 43942


Date: Monday, February 7, 2005

Time: 7:00 pm

End Time: 9:00 pm

Location:

Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Home-Powhatan Point

186 Main Street
Powhatan Point, OH 43942


Service Information

Date: Tuesday, February 8, 2005

Time: 1:00 pm

Location:

Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Home-Powhatan Point

186 Main Street
Powhatan Point, OH 43942


Cemetery Information

Date: Tuesday, February 8, 2005

Location:

Powhatan Cemetery

165 Main Street
Powhatan Point, OH 43942


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