Flora Mae Dimascio


Flora Mae Dimascio, 81, of Rupert, passed away to her eternal home, Sunday, January 6, 2019, in the Greenbrier Valley Medical Center, Fairlea, following a short illness.
Born February 14, 1937, at Blaker Mills, she was the daughter of the late Emmett and Myrtle Falls Dosier.
Flora was a devoted homemaker and member of the Big Clear Creek Baptist Church, where she had served as a Sunday School teacher and sang in the choir. She enjoyed singing with Community Choir for their biannual cantatas. Flora loved her church, her family, children, and going shopping.
In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her beloved husband Pat Dimascio; her infant daughter Anna Marie Dimascio; 4 brothers Clarence, Emmett, Denny, and Ernest Dosier; 3 sisters Eva Kirby (Roe), Bridget Monroe (Jonny), and Mabel Osborne (Dale); 3 sisters-in-law Elaine, Sarah, and Shanda Dosier, and 2 brothers-in-law Ira Scudder and Ed Bennett.
Survivors include 3 brothers Frank Dosier of Rupert, Robert Dosier of Augusta, Georgia, and Kenneth Dosier (Brenda) of North Fort Myers, Florida; 3 sisters Florence Scudder, Ruth Bennett, and Phyllis Collins, all of Rainelle; 2 sisters-in-law Wilma Dosier of Olive Branch, Mississippi and Dora Federico (Mario) of Boston, Massachusetts; a host of nieces, nephews, extended family, and friends.
Services will be 1:00 pm Thursday, January 10, in the Big Clear Creek Baptist Church, with Pastor Glen Kuhn officiating. Entombment will be in the Wallace Memorial Mausoleum, Clintonville.
Friends may call one hour before the service from 12 - 1 pm at the church.
Online condolences at www.smathersfuneralchapelinc.com.
Arrangements by Smathers Funeral Chapel, Inc., Rainelle.
Published on January 7, 2019
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