Wallace M. Fogle, 80, of Vienna, died Nov. 20, 2001, at his residence.

He was born in Grantsville, son of the late William and Maude Miller Fogle. He was a member of the Pipefitters Union Local 565. He worked for Daugherty and Company of Charleston on various projects in the area including Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital; St. Joseph's Hospital; and Parkersburg Community College.

He was a former member of the Vienna Lions Club; and was active with the Vienna Recreation, having assisted in the building of the Jackson Park Tennis Courts.

He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, serving on the USS Salinas and USS Rosevelt.

He was a member of the Wayside United Methodist Church. He was an admirer of the Arabian horse and enjoyed boating and traveling in his motor home.

Surviving are three daughters, Candi Lanham and her husband, Bill of Morgantown, Connie Fuchs and her husband, Mike of Westerville, Ohio and Debbie Tipper and her husband, Fred of Vienna; six grandchildren, Josh Lanham of Erie, Pa., Johnathan Lanham of Morgantown, Rusty Maple of Pensacola, Fla., Chris and Betsy Tipper, both of Vienna and Tim Fuchs of Westerville; one sister, Carrie Stump and her husband, Ronald of Morgantown; and his loyal canine companion, Maggie.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Ruth C. Peterson Fogle in 1999.

Services were held Friday at Wayside United Methodist Church. The Rev. Sandy Runion officiated. Burial was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Full military rites were provided by American Legion Post 15. Lambert-Tatman Funeral Home of Grand Central Avenue, Vienna, was in charge of arrangements.

Memorials may be made to the Vienna Fire Department; or The Youth Group at Wayside United Methodist Church.