Family Flux

New Members

Hebron, PA

Carl Greene, pastor

Joined after baptism

Nicole Graham

Joined after testimony

Seth Greene

First Houston, TX

Jim Barclift, pastor

Joined after testimony

Jack Blair

Rachel Blair

Terry Goodman

Little Rock, AR

Jeffery Monroe, pastor

Joined after testimony

and baptism

Wm Kent Trice

Jamie Trice

Seattle, WA

Ken Burdick, pastor

Joined after baptism

Bobby Burdick

Joined after testimony

Jim Lindsey



Uhlich – Lawton.  Benjamin Lee Uhlich and Sarah Michelle Lawton were united in marriage on December 15, 2012 at the SDB Church in Pataskala, Ohio with Rev. Gordon Lawton officiating.



Spencers.—Frederick A. Spencer III, 49, Dixie L. Spencer, 47, and Patience “PJ” Spencer, 9, all of West Union, W.Va., departed this life on September 3, 2012.

Fred was born on July 3, 1963, a son of Frederick A. Spencer Jr. MD, of Salem, W.Va., who survives, and the late Mary Jo (Hurtt) Spencer. On June 28, 1986 he married Dixie McCullough.

Fred graduated from Liberty High School and obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice and Aviation from Salem College. He was employed by United Parcel Service as an International Flight Captain with over 20 years service. He was a member of the Seventh Day Baptist Church in Salem where he served as a trustee and was very active in all church functions. Fred enjoyed reading, construction work and all outdoor activities. He always had time for anyone who needed a hand.

Dixie was born on April 11, 1965 in Parkersburg, W.Va., a daughter of Ray and Coral (Harden) McCullough, Pennsboro, W.Va., who survive.

Dixie graduated from Pennsboro High School and obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Biology Secondary Education and a Master’s degree in Educational Technology from Salem College. She was a science teacher at Ritchie County Middle School. Dixie was very active in 4-H and was an avid reader. She was a member of the Seventh Day Baptist Church where she was very active. She was often called upon to organize events and activities.

Patience “PJ” Spencer was born on September 11, 2002 in Clarksburg, W.Va., to the late Frederick A. Spencer III and Dixie McCullough Spencer.

“PJ” was a student at Doddridge County Elementary School. She enjoyed reading, school, swimming, and had aspirations of becoming a doctor at St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.

Survivors of the Spencers include one daughter, Elisabeth Spencer, and two sons, Ian and Joseph Spencer, West Union. Also surviving Fred are two sisters, Kristi Venderlic of Friendly, and Kathy Miller, Morgantown. Surviving Dixie are two brothers, Dennis and Dean McCullough, Pennsboro.

A memorial service was held on September 8, 2012 at the T. Edward Davis gymnasium on the campus of Salem International University, with Pastors Brent Hannah and Dale Thorngate officiating.


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