Sue Carol Webb Stambaugh, 76, died March 19 at her home at Payne Gap.
Born in Seco to the late Glenn and Geneva Webb, she was the widow of James Russell “Big Jim” Stambaugh.
She was the mother of the late Warren Glenn Stambaugh and Dennis Ray Stambaugh, and a grandmother of the late Jessica Lea Stambaugh, Phillip Lee Stambaugh, and Isaiah Melik Nixon.
Mrs. Stambaugh was also preceded in death by four brothers, Edward Dale Webb, Darrell Glenn Webb, Curtis Michael Webb, and Walter Keith Webb, and a sister, Edna Marlene Webb- Dunn.
Mrs. Stambaugh was retired as the director of housekeeping at Whitesburg Appalachian Regional Hospital after 21 years of service.
Surviving are two sons, James Timothy Stambaugh and wife Pauline, and Christopher Todd Stambaugh, all of Indianapolis, Ind.; two daughters, Deborah Kathleen Anderson, and Lorna Maureen Baker and husband Rodney “Hank,” all of Clintwood, Va.; a granddaughter whom she raised as her own, Dana Lee Morris and husband Michael of Hemphill; 10 grandchildren, Aimee, Patricia, Adam, Megan, Bryan, Roxanna, Andrew, Ashley, Michael, and Makala; 14 great-grandchildren, Keigan, Jae-Leigh, Rayne, Kayden, Kamron, Kainon, Mekynsie, Gage, Timothy, Nathaniel, Jordan, Danyelle, Brayden, and Geneva Sue; a sister, Donna Jean Slone of Whitesburg; and a brother, David Nash Webb of Indiana.
Funeral services were held March 23 at the New Freedom Worship Center in Dunham. Internment was in the Whitaker Cemetery at Seco.
Letcher Funeral Home of Whitesburg had charge of arrangements.