Richard Corder
Wednesday
17
October

Visitation

3:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Wright Funeral Home
220 N Walnut St.
Philippi, West Virginia, United States
(304) 457-2121
Thursday
18
October

Visitation

8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Thursday, October 18, 2018
Wright Funeral Home
220 N Walnut St.
Philippi, West Virginia, United States
(304) 457-2121
Thursday
18
October

Funeral Service

1:00 pm
Thursday, October 18, 2018
Wright Funeral Home
220 N Walnut St.
Philippi, West Virginia, United States
(304) 457-2121

Obituary of Richard Corder

Richard “Dick” Crayton Corder, Sr., age 76, a resident of Flemington, passed away unexpectedly on Monday October 15, 2018 in Broaddus Hospital.  Dick was born December 28, 1941 in Philippi a son of the late James Benton and Claribel (Skidmore) Corder.  He was united in marriage on November 6, 1965 to Wanda M (Murphy) who survives at home.  Also surviving

Four children, Richard Corder Jr. of Philippi

Jimmy Corder of Broadway, VA

Randy Corder and wife Conya of Philippi

Crystal Corder of Flemington

 

Three sisters, Joan Tate of Bridgeport

Gale Sanders of Clarksburg

June Wolverton and husband Jack of Grafton

 

Two brothers, James Corder of Worthington

Pete Corder and wife Janette of Galloway

 

Seven grandchildren, Zach, Lauren, Dakota, Josh, Logan, Tanner Corder, and Olivia Lewis

Four great grandchildren, Parker, Conner, Kaidyn Corder, Paislee Farris

 

Dick was preceded in death by Brother Glen Corder, and Sister Juanita Hannigan

 

Dick was a Heavy Equipment Operator for King Knob Coal, and was owner/operator of Corder’s Grocery.

He served in the US Army, Dick enjoyed hunting, fishing, and farming.  He never met a stranger and enjoyed telling stories.

 

Friends will be received at the Wright Funeral Home 220 N. Walnut St. Philippi on Wednesday October 17, from 3-8 pm and on Thursday October 18, from 8am- 1 pm the service hour with Rev. Marvin Brown officiating.  Interment will follow in the Pt. Pleasant Cemetery with full military honors being accorded. 

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