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Etta Virginia Stadel
Date of Death: January 1, 2014
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Cherryvale United Methodist Church
Staunton, VA 22644
Friday 1/10, 2:00 pm

Etta Virginia Miles Weaver Stadel, 93, of Maurertown, Virginia, died Wednesday, January 1, 2014, in Winchester Medical Center, Winchester, Virginia. Mrs. Stadel was born in 1920, in West Virginia, the daughter of the late Troy F. and Nellie Miles.  She was a graduate of Washington-Irving High School, Class of 1938, and attended college.  Mrs. Stadel …
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Gwen Kimble left a message on January 5, 2014:
Etta was a true lady. Always dressed up, and aways so nice. I loved hearing her stories. I will miss her. When we gave her tomatoes from our garden you would think there were the most treasured item we could give and I couldn't convince her you didn't repay a few tomatoes with steak or ham slices.
Donna L. Hetzel left a message on January 5, 2014:
I live in Fishersville, VA (approximately 3-1/2 miles from the Staunton Wal-Mart) and I remember Etta very well. I always loved talking to her when I would go to Wal-Mart. She was always so very sweet and kind. She brightened the entire store. I can just see her "greeting" everyone as they enter the "Pearly Gates". My heartfelt sympathy to all of her loved ones.
Donna L. Hetzel left a message on January 5, 2014:
I live in Fishersville, VA (approximately 3-1/2 miles from the Staunton Wal-Mart). I remember Etta very well from going to Wal-Mart. She was always very sweet and kind. She brightened the entire store. I can just see her "greeting" everyone as they enter the "Pearly Gates". My heartfelt sympathy to all of her loved ones.
Edward & Mary Leonard left a message on January 6, 2014:
God Bless this sweet and kind LADY......Had worked with her for many years......She was missed when she retired from Wal-Mart and is missed more now...Rest in peace Ms. Etta.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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