Joseph Inskeep obituary
be for be JOSEPH P. INSKEEP BARTON -- Joseph P. Inskeep, 71, of Barton, died Sunday at Baker VA Center, Martinsburg, W. Va. Born in Barton, he was the of the late Edward and Margie (Preston) Inskeep and was em- ployed by West Virginia Pulp Paper Co. He was a member of Luke Local 676, Paper Workers Union. Twice married, his first wife, Anna (Dye) Inskeep preceded in death. He is survived by his second wife, Mclva (Wilson) Inskeep; a son, Joseph Inskeep, McMullen Highway; a daughter, Mrs. Man- ley Brashear, Westernport; three stepsons, Charles Wilson, LaVale; William W i l s o n , Robert Wilson, Frostburg; six stepdaughters, Mrs. Elton Baugh- man, Mrs. Paul Bittinger and Mrs. Richard Dawson. all of timore; Mrs. . A . D. Boal, ernport; Mrs. Louis Lemon, Key- ser; Mrs. Donald Knotts, West- ernport; and three grandchildren. The body is at the Boal Me- morial Chapel, Barton, where friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Services will be conducted at the Chapel at 2 p. m. Thursday by Rev. George Roberts, pastor of the B a r t o n Church. Burial will be in the Hill Cemetery, where graveside rites will be accorded by Kelly- Mansfield Post 52, American Laurel ion.