Ian Dransfield Obituary, Union WV Ian Dransfield Has Passed Away

Ian Dransfield Obituary, Death – Ian Beirne Dransfield’s worries were lifted on December 8, 2022. Ian’s parents raised him in Union, West Virginia. His siblings were Devon and Maggie. Bear’s godparents are Wayne and Nancy Bostic of Union. His grandparents Beirne Virgil and Jean Walker Dransfield of Gap Mills, John McIlhaney and Barbara Long Furrow of Union, great-grandparents Homer and Edith Long of Red Sulphur Springs, Fred and Alleen Furrow of Waiteville, and sister-in-law Dr. Mary Williams Dransfield of Greenville, Virginia predeceased him. Ian prioritized family. Intent Chelsea Cook and her uncles will miss him. Union’s Judy, Earl Booth, and Ana Furrow. Henry and Ann Dransfield, Betty Dransfield, Karen Mitchell of Union, Steve Dransfield, Doug, and Tracy Dransfield, Doris Ann Dransfield of Gap Mills, Nancy and Mike Potts of Purcellville, VA, Patti Rhea of Falling Waters, WV, and Isabelle Holt of Murrells Inlet, SC are related.

Ian grew up in Virginia farming. 2010 baseball state champion James Monroe. 2014: Virginia Tech, Agribusiness, and Applied Economics. He participated in “COINS” and the Collegiate Beef Council. He was a Noble Ruler of Alpha Gamma Rho at Tech. FFA State Farmer in 2010, 4-H camping and shooting sports volunteer. Seneca chief who loved 4-H and Valley View Farm. He sold corn and pumpkins. Uncle Jim Walker enjoyed the pool. His career was multifaceted. Larry Echols taught high-school beef management. Murphey Brown Grains, Rose Hill, NC, internship. He worked for Mountaineer Farm Center in Union before becoming a USDA/FSA Program Technician in Monroe and Greenbrier Counties.

Ian’s church liked him. Treasury. He was a young WVCA and Farm Bureau member. His sandwiches were 4-H and Cattlemen’s. Ian was popular. His charm endures. Heaven-sent. 16 December, 4-7 p.m., Groves-Mann Funeral Home. Celebration of Life is on 12/17 at 11 a.m. Fraley and Bulla officiated. A reception will follow the burial at Gap Mills’ Carmel Cemetery. The family requests donations to the Monroe County 4-H Foundation and/or Monroe Cattleman’s Association. www.groves-mann.com has an online guestbook and condolences. Friends define a man. Ian’s pallbearers are Justin Harvey, Andrew Echols, Stacy Clarkson, Coty Goodwin, Will Fiske, Tommy Peyton, Phillip Wickline, Robert Cook, and AGR Brothers. It endures. Lucky. Union’s Groves-Mann made arrangements.