Louise Ann Rinehart

December 3, 1934
November 20, 2020
Charleston, WV

Louise Ann Rinehart

Louise Ann Rinehart, 85, of South Charleston, WV passed away November 20th at CAMC.  Ann has journeyed to heaven to be with her beloved husband Oliver N. Rinehart, son Stephen L. Rinehart; brothers: George C. Newcome, Edgar Newcome; sisters: Mary M. Middaugh, Nan Goodman, Virginia Loar; parents: George C Newcome, and Blanch Poe Newcome.

Ann was born in Grafton, WV.  Ann and her twin sister Nan were the babies of the family.  Ann graduated from what is now the WVU School of Nursing.  Ann retired from CAMC as a nurse and administrator. Ann was a long time member of the Rock Lake Presbyterian Church, an avid amateur radio enthusiast (KA8ZGY), member and officer of the WV State Amateur Radio Council and Kanawha Amateur Radio Club. Ann enjoyed spending time with her family and traveling.

Left to treasure Ann’s memories are sons Jeff Rinehart (Robin), Greg Rinehart (Lora), daughter-in-law Laura Conley-Rinehart; Grandchildren: Christina Cosner, Erin Lynch (Joe), Keagan Rinehart, Scott Linville, Bradley Rinehart; great grandchildren: Cheyenne Cosner, Shawna Cosner, Abigail Lynch, Bailey Lynch, many nieces and nephews.

The family of Louise Ann Rinehart would like to thank the Doctors, Nurses, and staff of CAMC who cared for her during her fight with COVID-19. Due to COVID-19 restrictions there will not be a service at this time. To honor of Ann’s memory the family suggests donations to Rock Lake Presbyterian Church 905 Village Drive, South Charleston, WV 25309.

Memories of Ann may be shared by visiting and selecting the obituary. Arrangements are in care of Snodgrass Funeral Home.

4 replies
  1. Susan Rollins says:

    We sat behind Ann in church. She had such a wonderful spirit about her. We will miss her presence once we can return. Rest with the angels, dear lady.

  2. Vicky Grate says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Ann for at least 30 years. Ann was the ultimate professional to work with in all situations.

  3. Sherri Simpson says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss. I worked with Ann and always found her to be very pleasant, helpful, and kind. She will be missed.

  4. Lisa Conley Jones & Chris Jones says:

    My deepest sympathy to Ann’s family and all those who love and miss her. My favorite memories of Ann are the pecan pies she made for my dad at the holidays and she always served coffee at the end of a meal. 🙂 Ann was a truly kind and classy lady. I hope all the good memories comfort you in this time of sorrow.


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