Earl Lee Anglin, born on January 6, 1966, of Ansted, WV left this life and joined the Lord on June 7, 2022 due to a recent short illness. He was greeted in death by his parents, Dora Wheeler (and Henry) of Beckley, and his father John Anglin of East Gulf. His brother Randal Potter, of Beckley. His sisters Rebecca Potter-Tyree, of Beckley and also Pamela Ellis of North Carolina and his love, Deborah Powell, of Charlotte, NC.
Those left to cherish his memory are: his loving wife of nearly 30 years, Lisa Anglin. They had a love unmatched by any other. They were rich where it counted and that was in love. Also mourning his absence are their children Kayla Adams (and fiancé Stephen McCombs) of Sophia. Amanda Anglin (and fiancé Corey Dickerson) of Chesterfield, Virginia. And William Cathey (and wife Lea Cathey) of Charleston, WV. His kids were his pride and joy. No matter what he loved hard and with his whole heart.
Being PawPaw was his absolute favorite title. His grandchildren were the light of his life. He loved Joshua and Cameron Cathey, Summer and Aubrie Adams, Christian Anglin-Martinez, Jazleen and Brennan McCombs, and last but not least Colton Anglin more than we could possibly ever know. He was so amazing as Dad and even better at being Pawpaw.
He was loved beyond measure and also survived by his family including his sisters Gaynelle (and husband Ralph) Plumbley, Dolly Bragg (and husband Eddie) of Thurmond, Rita Burford of Thurmond Connie Martin of Sophia, Sue Kincaid (and husband Daryl) of Midway and Carolyn Martin Of Rural Hall, NC. Along with numerous nieces and nephews, great nieces and great nephews. Many many friends that he also called family. He was loved by many people and never truly met a stranger.
Whether Barkers Junk knows it or not they were also part of our family. He was the most faithful, hardworking, honest man you could meet. And he spoke so much of Cody, and Seth, Miss Angie, Henry and little Henry, Green and all the others every night at the dinner table. He loved his worked family just as much as his home family.
His wishes were to be cremated, by Melton Mortuary. Family or friends of Lee and his family are welcome to send donations or flowers, please send to Kayla Adams in Sophia or Lisa Anglin in Ansted.
Services are to be disclosed on an agreed upon time for the family and friends.