Mr. Donald Harold Shaw, 84, a resident of Belington and previously of Mill Creek, departed this life Monday night May 9, 2022 within the Mountain Living Community Assisted Care at Belington. Death was following a interval of declining well being.
He was born May 18, 1937, at Mill Creek, West Virginia, a son of the late Harold Walton and Viola Esther Shifflett Shaw McCauley.
On Feb. 28, 1959, he was united in marriage to the previous Maryn Gay Williams, who survives at Belington.
He is survived by one son, Kem Douglas Shaw and spouse, Danita, of Milton, West Virginia; one daughter, Lisa Ann Hart and husband, Phil, of Belington; 4 grandchildren, Danielle Nicole Hart of Belington, Heather Dawn Johnson and husband, Charlie, of Jerusalem, Ohio, Benjamin Seth Hart of Morgantown, West Virginia, and Caleb David Shaw of Beavercreek, Ohio; 4 great-grandchildren, Griffin, Madison, Caroline and River.
Additional survivors embody 12 siblings, Iona Hammonds and husband, Eugene, of Mill Creek, West Virginia, Kenny McCauley and spouse, Martha, of Warren, Ohio, Joan Merilatt and husband, Chris, of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Troy McCauley and spouse, Bobbie, of Mill Creek, West Virginia, Gary McCauley of Mill Creek, West Virginia, Frances Flanagan of Richmond, Virginia, Bonita Miller of Blacksburg, Virginia, Lynn Lanham and husband, John, of Mill Creek, West Virginia, Jerry McCauley and spouse, Diana, of Valley Bend, West Virginia, Larry McCauley and spouse, Shelia, of Huttonsville, West Virginia, Pam Barrickman and husband, Chris, of Mill Creek, West Virginia, and Jeff McCauley and spouse, Terry, of Valley Bend, West Virginia.
Surviving in-laws embody, Marshall Williams of Mill Creek, West Virginia, Foster Williams of Harding, West Virginia, Johnny Williams of Belington, Rachel Lane of Ohio and and Jim Kelly of Alaska.
In addition to his dad and mom, he was preceded in dying by three siblings, Kathryn Kelly, Connie Weaver and Steven McCauley; stepfather, James McCauley; in-laws, Thelma Beck, Ernie Williams, Forest Williams, Carol Williams, Betty Diddey, Norma Bohon and Carp Williams.
Donald attended the colleges of Randolph County and was a member of the Memorial Mission Church in Mill Creek, West Virginia. He was previously employed at Lab Craft and lastly labored as a coal miner for Carter-Roag Mining.
He was referred to as the handyman round city. He was an excellent man, father, grandfather and great-father and liked his grandchildren and great-grandchildren very a lot and will likely be significantly missed by all who knew and liked him.
Friends will likely be acquired from the Talbott Funeral Home 56 N. Brandenburg St. on Friday, May 13, 2022, from 6 p.m. to eight p.m., and once more on Saturday, May 14, 2022, from 8 a.m. to midday, the funeral hour, when last rites will likely be carried out from the funeral dwelling chapel with the Pastor Randy Long officiating.
Interment will then comply with within the Fraternal Cemetery close to Belington.
Condolences could be made to the household at www.talbottfuneral dwelling.com.
The Talbott Funeral Home in Belington is accountable for the preparations for Mr. Donald Harold Shaw.