Wilma Dora Gamble, 87, of Masontown, passed away Saturday, December 2, 2017 at Pineridge Nursing Home in Kingwood.
She was born in Masontown on May 2, 1930, a daughter of the late Emily Demoin Taylor and the late Vivian Agnes Taylor.
Wilma was a loving mother, sister, and grandmother. She had worked at Little Bit Of Country and the Five & Dime store, but most importantly she was a devoted mother and grandmother.
She is survived by four children; Ruth St.Clair and husband Clark of Reedsville, Alvin Bolinger and wife Cindy of New Haven, IN, Connie and Roger St. Clair of Masontown and Kelvin "Kelly" Gamble of Kingwood; four brothers, Curtis Taylor and wife Carolyn of Tunnelton, John Taylor and wife Carolyn of Kingwood, Albert Taylor and wife Diana of Masontown and Joseph Taylor and wife Carol of TN; and three sisters, Dixie Radabaugh of Masontown, Shirley Urso and husband Tony of Morgantown and Ellen Michaels of Kingwood; ten grandchildren, Cheryl Fisher and husband Steve, Carol Radabaugh and fiance' Shannon Bauserman, Nicole Starsick and husband Jack, Tracy Bolinger Konopka and husband Peter, Tammy Fisher and husband Andy, Frankie St. Clair and wife Tara, Vanessa Sulick and husband Jon, Kirsten Daugherty and husband Mikey, Kayla Gamble and Keri Gamble and fiance' Brandon Miller; 14 great grandchildren, Chauntelle Radabaugh, Dakota Statler, Heatherlee Sulick, Avery Sulick, Jon Jameson "J.J." Sulick, Frankie O'Dell St. Clair, Annamae Dora St. Clair, Issac, Evan, Samantha Fisher, Libby Fisher, Penelope Starsick, Landon Daughtery and Lochlan Daugherty and two great great grandchildren Briston Lambert and Paisley Lambert; sister in law Pauline Taylor and many nieces, nephews and friends.
She was preceded in death by two husbands, Leonard Bolinger and Cecil Gamble; three brothers, Sunday Taylor, Vance "Pete" Taylor and Dennis Taylor; one sister, Velma "Sissy"Taylor.
Friends may call at the Field Funeral Home in Masontown on Monday, December 4, 2017 from 3 pm until the 7 pm service time with her son, Pastor Kelly Gamble officiating. To honor her wishes cremation will follow.
Condolences may be extended online to the family at www.fieldfuneralhome.com.