Violet Elizabeth Swecker Ware Jack, 94, a resident of Dailey, passed away July 6, 2012, at the Elkins Regional Care Center in Elkins.
Violet was born April 17, 1918, at Valley Head, a daughter of the late Adam and Blaine Swecker.
On Dec. 25, 1986, she was united in marriage to Dean Jack, who survives in Dailey.
Also surviving are one daughter, Rena Sanders and one son, Phillip Ware and wife, Sandra, all of Orange City, Fla.; two stepsons, Clark 'Buzz' Jack and wife, Faye, of Dailey, Windel Jack and wife, Barbara, of Huttonsville; three stepdaughters, Charlotte Wendorf and husband, Ed, of Homer, Michigan, Doris Sharp and husband, Claude, of Marlinton and Shirley Jack of Dumfries, Va.
Violet was Grandma Vi to seven granddaughters, 12 grandsons, 12 great granddaughters, 16 great grandsons and one great- great grandson in the combined families.
She was preceded in death by husband Frank Ware; one brother, Elliott Swecker; three sisters, Viola Little, Mona Swecker and Leila Swecker; one son-in-law, Bill Sanders; and one stepson, Dennis Jack.
Violet attended the schools of Randolph County and worked in food service for over 40 years in West Virginia and Virginia, owning and operating the Arcade in Clarksburg for a time.
She enjoyed cooking, gardening, garage sales and auctions looking for a bargain and adding to her collection of salt and pepper shakers.
Violet was a Methodist by faith.
The family would like to express their appreciation for the care given at the Elkins Regional Care Center and especially all the hospice staff of Elkins.
Visitation for Violet will be held at the Randolph Funeral Home, 100 Meadow Lane, Valley Bend, WV, Tuesday, July 10, 2012, from noon until 2 p.m., the funeral hour.
The Rev. William Lanham will officiate. Interment will follow at the Brick Church Cemetery in Huttonsville.
The Randolph Funeral Home and Cremation Services is entrusted with the arrangements for Violet Elizabeth Jack.
Send online condolences to the family at www.therandolphfuneralhome.com.