Originally posted by sonhouse
Well, it will lower the genetic pool engaging in such asssenine activity.
But, from the 1983 report:
"Survivors in addition to his mother are his wife, Vickie Hicks Wolford; three sons, Randy Wolford, Kevin Wolford and Chris Wolford, all of the home; two daughters, Robin Wolford and Shauna Wolford, both of the home; one stepdaughter, Lesha Hicks, of Morehead, Ky.; five brothers, Nick Wolford, Ervin Wolford, Gene Wolford ad Tracy Wolford, all of Phelps, and Melvin Wolford of Delbarton; four sisters, Reba Lewis of Michigan, Helen Blankenship of Delbarton, and Lassie Wolford and Irene Wolford, addresses unknown."
From the 2012 report:
"Left to cherish his memory is:
His wife: Frances Elizabeth Dawson Wolford of the home
Mother: Vicie Hicks Haywood of Bluefield, West Virginia One Daughter: Latisha McClemore of Statesville, North Carolina
Three Step-Children: Eva Krueger of La Plata, Maryland Glenn K. Mitchell, Jr. of Lake, West Virginia Brady Scott Mitchell of Statesville, North Carolina Two Brothers: Kevin Wolford of Bluefield, West Virginia Christopher Wolford of Paynesville, Kentucky
Three Sisters: Lesha G. Mullins of Phelps, Kentucky Robin Vanover of Bluefield, West Virginia Shauna Scott of Abington, Virginia
And nine grandchildren.
at least some of them didn't have his genes -- but even those had had his influence."