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Clarence B. "C.B." Shamblin
Clarence B. "C.B." Shamblin, 87, of Romance, passed away Thursday, September 8, after a long illness.
C.B. was born November 29, 1928, a son of the late Arthur W. Shamblin, Sr., and Elizabeth Berry Shamblin. He was preceded in death by his brothers, Arthur W. "Junior" Shamblin, Roger Shamblin, Richard "Dickie" Shamblin and sisters, Imal Garnett, and Colleen McKinney.
He is survived by his loving wife of 60 years, Pauline Shamblin; son, Mark A. Shamblin and wife Debbie; and his three granddaughters, Candice Arthur and husband, Chris, Raina Shamblin and Markee Sue Shamblin; as well as his great-grandchildren, Carragan and Canaan Arthur and Walker Shamblin; also survived by his sister, Francis Bolen and husband, Harry; and a host of nieces, nephews and friends.
At 18 years old, C.B. joined the US Marine Corps where he served in the Korean War and was honored as one of the Chosen Few. After returning home, he worked for his father at the Patrick Street Market and at the Pick-n-Pay Market. He then worked for Bell Lines Trucking Company and Coastal Tank Lines.
Clarence was a successful businessman. His first business was two Stop and Shop Markets. He started Shamblin Distributing, Shamblin Mobile Cleaning, and what he is most known for, Shamblin Stone, Inc. and Kanawha Valley Ready Mix. After selling the stone yards in 1990, he and his son established Shamblin Farms.
He enjoyed tending to the farms, traveling with his wife to Florida, and mostly being with his family and friends.
Funeral service will be 11 A.M., Tuesday, September 13, at Allens Fork Community Church with Danny Beckner officiating. Entombment will follow at Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens Mausoleum, with military graveside rites, provided by Herbert J. Thomas Marine Corps League #947.
Friends may call from 5 to 8 P.M. Monday September 12 at Allens Fork Community Church.
The family would like to thank the nurses and staff of CAMC Memorial 3 West and the DaVita Dialysis Center for their outstanding services. A very special thank you to his beloved friend, Gene Comer for his unselfish kindness.