Jaggie, Mr. Gary F.
Date of birth: Oct. 4, 1951 - Date of death: Nov. 17, 2010
Mr. Gary F. Jaggie, age 59, of 1204 Oakmound Drive, Clarksburg, WV,
passed away Wednesday, November 17, 2010 at his residence. He was born in
Clarksburg, WV, October 4, 1951, a son of the late Harry F. Jaggie and Beulah
Riley Jaggie.

Surviving are: his former wife, Linda Diane Beezel Jaggie, Shinnston, WV,
a step-son, Samuel Joseph Audia II & his wife, Deanna, Lost Creek, WV, four
daughters & sons-in-law, Felicia “Renee” & Werner Blei, Bridgeport, WV,
Melissa Diane & David Aronhalt, Raleigh, NC, Cassandra Lynn Jaggie & her
fiance, Joseph Kovar, Clarksburg, WV, & Lynnette Frances & Bryan Tucker,
Shinnston, WV, four brothers & sisters-in-law, Buddy & Brenda Jaggie, Virginia,
Randy & Charlotte Jaggie , David Jaggie & Christopher & Debbie Jaggie all of
Clarksburg, WV, nine grandchildren, Spencer Aronhalt, Nikoma Knight, Haley
Knight, Kendra Knight, Gabriella Kovar, Samuel J. Audia III, Seth J. Audia,
Trenton Tucker & Lynnsey Tucker & several nieces & nephews.

Mr. Jaggie was a graduate of the old Victory High School – Class of 1969. He
enjoyed working at the voting polls and was a great Pittsburgh Steelers fan.
He was a retired sandblaster for the Northern Granite Monument Company.

Friends will be received at the Davis-Weaver Funeral Home, 329 East Main Street,
Clarksburg from 4:00 – 8:00 P. M. on Thursday, where a funeral service will be
held on Friday, November 19, 2010 at 11:00 A. M. with Speaker Eddie Flanigan
presiding. Interment will follow in Stonewall Park Cemetery.

From: Rodney & Judy Jaggie
We are so sorry for your loss, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

From: Penny Hyre and Family
I am very sorry for your loss. Gary will be missed by all members of my family. He was a very good man. I will be praying for your entire family. God Bless you all.

From: Nikki Knight
Papa, you will be missed greatly. I love you so very much. R.I.P.

From: Gary and Pam Prince
We are so sorry for the loss of such a great friend. He will always be remembered in our hearts.

From: Donna Privett
Gary had a family in morgantown who enjoyed him on many trips to Myrtle Beach, watching the Steelers and the Mountineers with his good friend Herman Walker. He enjoyed family dinners cooked by Eva walker.
For myself, I enjoyed and shared the last 10years of Garys life through our ups and downs, I shared his life and love and was very blessed with knowing him.
My deepest sympathy to the family of Gary Jaggie.
All my love and prayers
Donna Privett

From: Teresa Tillson
My pryers and blessings to the wonderful many family members who Gary loved more than anything.
I had the true blessing of knowing and being part of Gary's life for the past 10 years through my mother Donna Privett. Gary and I sharred much laughter, stories great meals and great times together and helped talk eachother through the ups and downs of life. He will Always have a special place in my heart. Gary was the most kindhearted, loving, and caring soul that ive ever met and was a best friend to me. I can still hear that unique special delightful laugh he had..and that is how i will remember this amazingly wonderful man who is sadly missed by all who knew him. Again my deepest sympathy to every member of Gary's family, may you find peace in the many good memories you have of him. All my love and blessings....Teresa Tillson

From: Herman Walker
Gary and I spent many happy hours together, especially at Myrtle Beach. I was shocked and deeply saddened by his sudden death. My dear friend may you rest in peace. Love your dear friend, Herman Walker

From: Spencer R. Aronhalt
Well I must say this was quite unexpected and very saddening. It pains me to know that all that we laughed at comes to an end. But you are resting only to be awakened again. You will be missed. Rest in Peace..

From: Eva Walker
My continous prayers and deepest sympathy to the family of Gary Jaggie.
Gary, I can't forget your smile and your laughter when you came into our home. I remember going to the beach, that long ride in our car, you were so anxious to get there. You liked the sand and roar of the ocean and picking up those beautiful seashells you loved so much. We enjoyed many dinners at the beach as well as at our home with you. We all had every intention of going back to South Carolina, all of us. You left us too soon and so young. Jesus had a reason for taking you but you know we shall all meet again someday. You ALWAYS sent greeting cards and wrote verses from your bible. You were and still are in our family. We Walkers will meet you in heaven one at a time when called. I miss you Gary. Our home will never be the same without you. We alyways enjoyed sharing our food with you when visiting. Gary, Herman and I will ALWAYS love you and ALWAYS miss you. Rest in peace Gary.
Love you Gary, Eva Walker