Clara Lane Stinnett

BORN: July 2, 1940
DIED: February 27, 2018
LOCATION: South Charleston, West Virginia

Clara Lane Stinnett

Clara Lane Stinnett, 77, of South Charleston, WV, passed away peacefully on February 27, 2018, from a short illness.  She is now with the Lord.

She was a resident of South Charleston. She was born and raised in Miami, WV and graduated from East Bank High School. She was employed by Kanawha County Circuit Clerk’s Office and retired from Union Carbide and WV Department of Corrections.

She was a loving mother and a friend to all; she had an eye for style and decorating and she enjoyed her special quotes; she was a kind and generous lady to many; Clara Lane had a heart of gold!

She was preceded in death by her parents, John and Clara May Hall; brothers, John Hamilton and Thomas David Hall; sisters, Mary Lee Ferrell and Dorothy Petty.

She is survived by her children, Jeffrey Stinnett (Angie) and Michelle Stinnett-Akers (Roy) all of Charleston; granddaughters, Brittany Ullman, Brooke Mencin, and Jordan Dotson; great grandchildren, Parker Dotson, Parker Ullman, Rigley Dotson and Navy Dotson.

In keeping with her wishes, she will be cremated and there will not be any services.  Snodgrass Funeral Home is assisting the family with these arrangements. Memories may be shared by visiting and selecting the obituary listing.

4 replies
  1. Connie Harless says:

    I just heard about Clara. I’m so shocked and so sorry for your loss. Connie Harless

  2. Sharon Bumgardner Burdette says:

    My condolences to Clara’ s family. I worked with her at Carbide. She always had a beautiful smile and a fantastic laugh. Life moves on and we went on different directions but we were friends. Rest in Peace, Clara.

  3. Sandra Pack says:

    I worked with Clara Lane for many years. She was truly a kind and loving person. Everyone who knew her will grieve her passing. I loved her as my best friend for many years.
    Her smile could light up a room. Her kindness and tender heart were appreciated by the people who knew her well. She loved her children and will be greatly missed.

  4. J. Michelle Stinnett-Akers says:

    Mom, I understand you are no longer in pain, thank God for that! I was there for you and you were there for us! I already miss you so very much but know I will see you again! You were the best Mother ever! I love and miss you so much! Rest in peace!

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