Stella Mae West
Sunday 28th of February 1926 - Wednesday 22nd of July 2020
Milward - Man O' War
1509 Trent Blvd., Lexington, KY
Stella Mae West was born February 28, 1926 to Kizzie and Floyd West of Taplin, West Virginia. Surviving Sisters Barbara Meade of Chapmanville, WV; Mary Connor of McConnell, WV; a Brother Donald (Sharon) West of Huntington, WV; and a good friend Alice Wiggins of Lexington. Previously deceased Sister Ruby Stepp and Brothers; Aulbert, Casey, Jack, Max and Ronald West. She loved being a veteran & Eastern Star member and has a host of friends internationally!
Stella retired as an Insurance Agent, having lived in Chicago for 50 years. She served in the Women’s Army Corp during WWII. She is a charter Member of Women in the Military Memorial in Washington, DC. She was Past Commander of 1st District of American Legion of IL; member of WAC-Vet Chapter #1, Past Commander of Women’s Post 919 of IL, Past National Director of 20 & 4 Women’s Honor Society, member of Karnak Oriental Shrine #17 of IL, Past Matron of All Star #1 of Chicago, IL and Rising Star #115 of Georgetown, KY-Order of the Eastern Star. Attends Northeast Christian Church in Lexington.
Visitation will be Saturday, 5-7 pm with a Memorial Service to follow, Milward-Man O’ War, 1509 Trent Blvd.
On Monday, July 27, 2020 a visitation will be held at the Freeman Funeral Home in Chapmanville, WV at 11am followed by a service at 1pm. Interment will be at Highland memory Gardens, Inc. on Monday.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Rob Morris Home or Bluegrass Care Navigators. www.milwardfuneral.com
Stella was loved by all. She had such a bubbly personality. Always said what she thought. She will be missed by all. Alice you take care, you have been such a good friend.
leon and eunice pelphreysays
Alice , Stella was always so special to us both we really enjoyed talking to her and being around her. Wished we could have been there but health just wouldn't permit. we sure do miss everyone. John and Eunice
Nancy L Fowlersays
Alice, I really appreciate you caring for my Aunt Stella. I loved her dearly but never got to see enough of her. She was always so very kind and told me she loved me. I l have good memories of her.
You are deeply missed and will be remembered always.❤️
MY SINCERE AND DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO YOU ALICE AND HER FAMILY. SHE WILL BE MISSED.
She was a sweet person, prayers for you ...Love ya..Lois