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Bobette Schrandt posted on 2/28/20

Aunts have no wands or wings, So they work with wisdom, love, and things. Having taken on this role, You loved me right down to my soul. You offered kindness And greetings with a hug and kiss, Each freely out of love which I will miss. I chose a twinkling star in the sky at night , To say a prayer for you to it’s bright light. You’re in God’s Heavens now and no longer in pain, In my thoughts, you’ll always remain How lucky I was, How blessed I’ve been, You were more than my Aunt, You were also my friend. I love you and miss you Aunt Mimi

 

Macey Thomas posted on 2/28/20

Fly on, proud bird! You’re free at last. Rest In Peace, my friend.

 

Barbara Rainey Sokol posted on 2/28/20

I flew many trips with Fred in the 70’s. He was so much fun, yet very professional. Always a pleasure to fly with him! My sincere condolences to his family.

 

Tammie Kechula posted on 2/28/20

Fred Hoffman. What a man of pride. He loved telling stories about his days of being a pilot, and all the big names he had met. When I remember Fred its his charm that shined loudest. That's just who he was. The sparkle in his eye was reflective in the kindness of his heart. He loved Rodney, and was incredibly proud of him in every way.. I am Connie's sister, and I know that he definately had sincere love for his Florida family. He will be truly missed in our family. -Tammie Kechula

 

 

Wayne & Gail Griffith posted on 2/26/20

We really didn't get the chance to know you, but meeting you at Scott and Kristen's wedding was a real treat.

 

 

Marilyn Whitson posted on 2/26/20

May you Rest In Peace

 

 

Mike Stahala posted on 2/26/20

Wayne and I were best friends growing up. Wayne, Cherl and Beth were the brother and sisters I never had. Most evenings were spent around that kitchen table with his Mom and Mr. Frank. The adventures we had together, its a wonder we made it out of our teens. We joined the Navy together and after boot camp, grew apart as happens many times, but the memories will always be held dear. Gonna miss you, my friend. Fair Winds and Following Seas.

 

Maryann Shackelford posted on 2/25/20

Fred, many memories going way back; flying was always the love of your life. Spread your wings in Paradise......rest in peace!

 

 

lorri & noel veden posted on 2/25/20

To Kaye's loved ones... Kaye was a neighbor and a friend . To be absent from this place is to present with the Lord. Kaye will be missed xo

 

Jeanne Millin posted on 2/24/20

Kay was secretary of the Herb Society when I was President. She always did a wonderful job and was fun to have at meetings.

 

Rose Marie Buckner posted on 2/24/20

Fred, we go way back when you and Buck worked together at the Yorktown Refinery. Buck will most likely greet you at the “Pearly Gate”.... wanting you to take him for a grand tour in that Cessna 310! Rest In Peace! You will be missed......

 

 

Rodney and Dean Hoffman posted on 2/24/20

An eternal flame, Dad

 

 

Dora (Lucero) Knee-Brandt St Mary High School, Class of '54 posted on 2/24/20

Such a beautiful woman. Her laughter and her true friendships shall never be forgotten. Rest in true peace Pinky!.

 

Dorothy Yokel posted on 2/24/20

We were just making plans on Monday to get together. So glad I spoke with you, words can’t express what a void your passing has made. You are missed, and now guiding from above. RIP

 

fred smith posted on 2/23/20

I knew Fred when he taught me to fly at PHF. I was working for Piedmont at PHF as an agent. Fred and I became good friends and flew often during 1967/68. On Aug. 30, 1968 I was piloting Fred's Cessna 310 (2199C) from PHF to Sky Manor airport in New Jersey. Fred was providing some hood time for me, and upon landing at Sky Manor, the nose wheel collapsed. Of course the props curled up and we flew commercial back to PHF. The aircraft was repaired and Fred did fly it again, but he sold if. By this time Fred was already flying for Piedmont out of ORF. In May 1969, Fred served me as Best Man at my wedding. He drove my bride and me from the church to the reception in his sixty something Plymouth convertible. What a lifelong good friend he was to me. God bless Rodney, Dean and all the family.

 

Rosie Robbins posted on 2/23/20

We spent many afternoons together in our Ravishing Readers Book Club...she was a bright, insightful woman...we will all miss her.

 

Rosie Robbins posted on 2/23/20

We were in the Ravishing Readers book club and spent many afternoons together. She was a bright, insightful woman...we will all miss her, Rosie Robbins

 

Jennie Wenk posted on 2/23/20

Rest In Peace Mr. Hoffman. You have left so much love in your family and they will cherish that gift forever.

 

Debbie Griffiths posted on 2/22/20

I have such fond memories of Miriam. She was a kind, talented woman who always saw the good in people. I have missed seeing her every Sunday at church, but I truly look forward to singing in heaven with her at the keyboard again. My love and prayers go out to all who loved Mimi.

 

Brian & Wendy (Albanese) Douglas posted on 2/22/20

You were a family friend for nearly 50 years and you will be remembered and missed by us all. You were always there with hugs, stories, lessons and lots and lots of laughter. You shared the best of yourself and by doing so, you brought out the best in everyone that was lucky enough to know you. Rest easy and fly high, dear friend.

 

Carolyn Albanese posted on 2/22/20

Our family will never forget our dear friend, Fred. We all loved him. (3 generations of us)..

 

ELLEN BELLIO posted on 2/22/20

I was a neighbor of Bill and Kay for many years, and I loved them both. I have many happy and pleasant memories of this lovely Lady and she will always be in my prayers. My deepest sympathy to her family. GOD BLESS

 

Vicki Green posted on 2/22/20

Love and miss you Uncle Jr.

 

Jackie Epps Diggs posted on 2/21/20

Rodney, Dean and all your Family..So Sorry to hear about Fred. I have so many fond memories of Fred at West Point Airport, Were Sonny, Duke, Diggs helped Fred run the airport. And I helped on Sunday and Mondays. Plus many other memories .... God bless all your family and you all are in my thoughts.

 

 

Linda Klein Berrett posted on 2/21/20

RIP Sweet Cousin, I enjoyed getting to know you through FB. I will miss your little messages..Linda Klein Berrett, {Daughter of Margie Boyd Klein, granddaughter of Lilly May Ford Boyd.}

 

Susan Alexander Arkebauer posted on 2/21/20

I really enjoyed working with Freddy. You knew you were going to have a safe and enjoyable trip when you opened the cockpit door and there was Freddy in the left seat. God Bless you.

 

Susan Alexander Arkebauer posted on 2/21/20

Fred Hoffman

 

Duke ("Sonny") Diggs posted on 2/21/20

I owe so very much to Fred Hoffman, both personally and professionally. We met sometime around the time I first soloed in 1957 and were immediately friends. Fred and two partners bought Colby Aviation and they put me in charge of the West Point Airport operation in 1965 with Fred teaching me things about flying that would serve me my entire career in aviation, and that likely saved my skin a few times! Farewell my good and trusted friend. Fair skies and tailwinds until I too fly West and we plan our next flight together!

 

Pam Bondurant posted on 2/21/20

I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone.

 

Dawn Robertson posted on 2/20/20

Prayers of comfort and peace for the family. Pinkie was a delightful neighbor, full of love and joy, who testified regularly of God’s goodness to her.

 

 

Delfin Paez posted on 2/20/20

Te quiero mucho Pinkie

 

 

Delfin posted on 2/20/20

Te Quiero Mucho Pinkie!

 

 

Tanya kujan posted on 2/20/20

Condolences to the family. Pinkie always had a smile on her face

 

Dave McConnell posted on 2/19/20

I knew Dennis from 1982 we worked together at the Little Creek Base and later at ATS he was a great friend. My condolences to Ann and the family.

 

Nancy Comfort posted on 2/18/20

Dennis hired me for my first government contractors job with ATS in the 90’s. He was gracious, willing to let me prove myself and supportive. He taught me much, with knowledge and his funny humor. I am blessed to have known him.

 

Katie Rutledge posted on 2/18/20

Wheels up, Fred. Angels in Heaven need a super great pilot!

 

Connie Metzler posted on 2/18/20

Rest In Peace, Fred. God has cleared you for takeoff into the wild Blue yonder.

 

Rodney Hoffman and Dean Hoffman posted on 2/17/20

Dad, we love you and will keep you in our hearts forever. Rest In Peace; You are in God’s hands now.

 

Doug Jerome posted on 2/15/20

Sue and family, I was shocked and saddened about John's passing. I remembered our time at the RAG at Whidbey and the several times I flew with him. I admired his abilities as Naval Aviator. Mary passed away on 1 May 2018 from bone marrow cancer. I am still in Oak Harbor and keeping busy. Again so sorry for your loss.

 

Wes Rouse posted on 2/15/20

Brad was a good man and a great friend. While we lost contact following my graduation from Hampton in 1986, I remember our friendship and work in the SCA fondly. May you Rest In Peace, my brother, and the Lord grant peace and comfort to your family.

 

Paul Murray and Family posted on 2/15/20

Our condolences, and prayers go out to The Hill Family. Laura, Brad will be truly missed. He was not only the Chief of CMB/JOC Branch, Supervisor. I know he was a great husband and father but he was also my friend. We could talk about anything. He was just that kind of person. The fond memories, and stories we shared will always be with me. Keeping you and your family in our prayers, may he Rest In Peace.

 

Jacqueline martin posted on 2/14/20

I'll miss you Shirly Q!! I think of you often!

 

Carol Anderson posted on 2/14/20

I was honored to have called Brad a colleague. He was a talented architect and man of great faith. Such a huge loss for us all but especially his family. My sympathies and prayers are with you.

 

Joyce Humphrey posted on 2/13/20

May the work you've done speavk for you and it has. May God be with The Hill family.you all are for ever in our prayers. THE GIBBS FAMILY

 

Hayat Bain & other Coming To The Table friends posted on 2/13/20

Dearest Laura, your CTTT family is holding you and your family in our hearts with love and in sympathy and faith. ☮️

 

Colleen Fields posted on 2/13/20

Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of earth And danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings; Sunward I’ve climbed, and joined the tumbling mirth Of sun-split clouds – and done a hundred things You have not dreamed of – wheeled and soared and swung High in the sunlit silence. Hovering there, I’ve chased the shouting wind along, and flung My eager craft through the footless halls of air. Up, up the long, delirious burning blue I’ve topped the windswept heights with easy grace Where never lark, or even eagle flew. And, while with silent, lifting mind I’ve trod The high un-trespassed sanctity of space, Put out my hand, and touched the face of God. Freddie your Brothers and Sisters of Piedmont Silver Eagles already miss you

 

Kinyata Evans & Family posted on 2/13/20

Sending prayers and thoughts during this time.Mr. Brad Hill was a wonderful co-worker with not only funny stories, but great insight and knowledge that assisted me not only in my professional life but also in family matters and help me to grow in my faith. May God keep, comfort and heal your hearts.

 

Omar Jones posted on 2/13/20

Sending my love to the family. I didn’t know him personally but his son Josiah and I are close friends. But I’ve always heard great things about him..

 

Jonathan Bodus posted on 2/13/20

Brad gave me my first break through in learning construction management and engineering services. I will forever be grateful in his hiring me for the JOC Branch. I remember his sense of humor and hearty laughter we shared. I also remember the love he had for his family and how proud of them he was. He was a good man, and will surely be missed. My heart goes out to his family during this loss, but reassured that God is with them through it all.

 

Willie York, Lanita Booker, Kent Galvin, Paul Murray & Kelvin Mervicker, posted on 2/13/20

Mrs. Hill, may our lord bless and comfort you and your family during this time of grief. We want you to know that we are just a phone call away if there is anything we can do to help you get through this, we're just a phone call away. Please except our sincere condolences. Lanita, Kent, Kelvin Paul & Willie, Brads JOC/CMB Team. We will miss him!

 

J Maurice Singleton posted on 2/13/20

My condolences and prayers to the family of Mr. Hill. I had the privilege of working with him for numerous years before I retired. I know his presents will be truly miss by the Ft. Lee family. For his family, just keep looking to God for strength

 

Gary Ogden posted on 2/13/20

Brad worked at Fort Lee for many, many years and the Fort Lee community is better off because of the time he spent here. We are all better people for having known you. God Speed.

 

Melanie Heindl posted on 2/13/20

I was so sorry to hear of this loss. My heart goes out to you, Laura, and your family. I will be thinking of you in the weeks and months to come. Sending so much love.

 

Austin Gore & Family posted on 2/13/20

Brother Brad, you had a major impact on my life. You and Laura helped reinforce what my parents taught me about God and I thank you for that. You Sir will be missed, but I take comfort in knowing that you were a Man Of God and you are resting or playing Volleyball with the Lord! We are praying for your family during this time! We love you man!

 

Nia Wright posted on 2/12/20

My precious Laura. I’m so sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts & prayers are with you. May God comfort & strengthen you & your family.

 

Jeanne Sutherland posted on 2/12/20

Our years together were the best years of my life. Thank you for being a wonderful husband. Until we meet again... Love Jeanne

 

jane tuttle-kuhm posted on 2/12/20

We loved sharing our love of our doggies and grandchildren together. I will always be thankful for her friendship and kindness to me in the "dog world" circle. I will miss our lunches together filled with laughter and sharing our lives. Beautiful lady and will miss her dearly. Sending my most heartfelt sympathy to Jim and all her family.

 

Christel posted on 2/10/20

Mommy, Kai, Craig, and I want to send our sincerest condolences. Katrina was beautiful inside and out. She will be missed dearly. May the Lord bless her family.

 

gene sansone posted on 2/9/20

I just learned about you passing away. I will be always grateful to you for hiring me at NYCTA and being part of your team which achieved performance records which will never be matched.

 

Shannon L. Cleveland-Jagdale posted on 2/6/20

I will remember you forever. You and your family were sood to me. You are an angel to me, always. Much love to you and your family.

 

Kevin Jones posted on 2/6/20

Sincerest condolences, hearts and prayers go out to Katrina's family and friends during this very sadden time.

 

Phil/Marilyn Poling posted on 2/5/20

Sincere condolences - we will be praying for Jim and the rest of the family for the Lord to give them comfort at this time of shocking news. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to ease the hurt and loss, but we know, now understanding the situation, believe she is in a better place and free of pain. Heartfelt regards, Phil and Marilyn Poling

 

Kate Chall posted on 2/5/20

I have only had the chance to get to Katrina briefly since her sweet daughter joined the Girl Scout troop I lead this past fall. She was always smiling and incredibly nice. I wish the family peace and comfort in the days ahead and loving memories to fill their hearts.

 

Jennifer LaFever posted on 2/5/20

Our condolences to the family especially the sweet kids. Our hearts break for you all! My girls loves performing with Lucas.

 

Diane Goneconti posted on 2/5/20

DianeGoneconti and Bob . We are so devastated to hear about Katrina. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Steve and your sweet children

 

Claudia Supensky posted on 2/5/20

Judy became a dear friend to me after just knowing her a short time. She shared her knowledge with me and her warm friendship welcoming me into her life. I first knew Judy through showing dogs. She encouraged me and blessed me. Most of our relationship was long distance because of being on opposite sides of the U.S. but we chatted on the phone and wrote back and forth sharing things about dogs, politics, our faith in God and mutual friends. Oh how I wish I'd stayed in better touch. Still, I knew she was my friend and I hope she knew I was her's. I loved her. I'm looking forward to seeing her again. I know God has blessed you, Judy.

 

Kelly and Kevin Noe posted on 2/4/20

Sweet Katrina, Your beautiful smile and adorable laugh was so contagious! You could brighten anyone’s day. We will miss you so much! Heaven is so lucky to gain such an amazing Angel! Love and prayers to Steve, Lucas, Chase and Gabriella.

 

 

Jonathan Leff posted on 2/4/20

I will always hold my memories of Katrina in my heart, as I will always have love for Steve and their beautiful children

 

Beth Barr posted on 2/4/20

Eternal love to you, sister. Xi love always and forever

 

Shannon Daugherty posted on 2/4/20

A beautiful souls is never forgotten!!

 

 

Shannon Daugherty posted on 2/4/20

A beautiful soul is never forgotten!

 

Debbie Vaught posted on 2/4/20

The world is a little less bright today. My dear friend Judy Franklin is gone. We met at Langley Kennel Club (dogs, of course!) and became fast friends. We traveled together, showed together and co-owned a couple of dogs over the years. She and her much loved husband Jim Franklin would come to my house or I would go to theirs for "puppy picking parties". (to make sure we were keeping the best show prospects) She became a very well respected AKC judge. Some of her Blackthorn Smooth Fox Terriers' descendants are still making their mark in the breed today. Really, though, we just really loved each other and always laughed when we were together. We only lived a mile apart. One time, Jim got hurt breaking up a dog fight and had an artery spurting blood. Judy called ME! I RAN out of the house with my tourniquet and clean towels. ( I used to be an Med Tech so always have a tourniquet handy) By the time I got there, thankfully, they had stopped the bleeding. I said "I love you, Judy, but you should have dialed 911." She said " I know, but I knew you'd get here quicker." Despite all of our wonderful dog stories, my favorite came several years ago when she called me on the phone. She said "Debbie! Are you watching "The Walking Dead"? I said "No. I don't do zombies." She said "Yeah, there's zombies, but it's really not about them. You HAVE to watch it!" I said "No, thanks." She (being a terrier who never gives up) said "Yes you will! There is a character named Carol. She seems all sweet and nice, but she will kick everybody's ass to save her friends! My friend, Elaine, said 'Everybody should have a Carol' and I said 'I do! I have Debbie.' You're my Carol!" Of course, I immediately started watching the show and cried when I got to know that character. Calling me "her Carol" may just be the nicest thing anyone has ever said about me. Judy, I wish I could have kicked the ass of your pain and sickness and saved you. I love you and will miss you forever, my friend.

 

Kimberly Ruoff posted on 2/4/20

Words fail the expression of my true sorrow . . . the loss of Judy is the loss of an icon for our people; source of the best buddy of my life, Rudy; founding member of our local Fox Terrier club, mentor to guide my most prized avocation. Judy, I will miss you and never find another equal resource for advice and support. Peace to you in this next chapter.

 

Jeanne Spaulding-Harrington posted on 2/4/20

I can’t begin to say how much I admire Judy. Always a gracious lady. She is loved by all of us at the Spaulding household. My introduction to the world of dog shows started with a little tan and white puppy named Austin. Jim’s favorite in the Bond litter. My heart breaks for your loss. At this time of sadness I wish I could be there. Love and hugs to you all.

 

Carol Pitts posted on 1/30/20

Dear and kind ,sweet lady.I will miss you.May the LORD hold your family in the palm of his hand and give them comfort

 

 

Caryn Smith Keith posted on 1/29/20

Our family met Peggy and Dick Cleveland in 1986 when we moved next door to them, and we always considered them family instead of neighbors. Peggy was an amazing, extremely talented woman who’s presence brought a smile to all those around her. Over the years she celebrated weddings and births with us, and mourned the loss of our father with us back in 2018. Peggy, you were dearly loved by the Smith family and you will remain in our hearts forever.

 

 

Carol Edwards Darrah posted on 1/28/20

Paul was one of the nicest and fun person growing up in our neighborhood...We all were close and share many memories...RIP my friend..

 

Sandy Ransom Greene posted on 1/28/20

Roc’s sister Kathy was one of my dear friends in high school. Sending sincere condolences to Ric’’s children.

 

Michelle Bennett posted on 1/27/20

Peggy was very special to me. She is the reason I became self employed! I worked for her for 17 wonderful years! She was very strong willed woman who I admired and loved so very much. We always thought I would be with her to the end, unfortunately I left Virginia in 2018 to take care of my dad and mom. I so wished I could of been there and could be there on Wednesday. I know she was ready to go and be with Mr. Cleveland. Forever in my heart you will be. I will treasure the memories. Happy heavenly Birthday (1/28) Sherry I thank you for always being there for her. It was a blessing when you became her back door neighbor. I love you ❤️ RIP Mrs C

 

Patricia Jones posted on 1/27/20

Paul was a friend to all. His laugh was so unique that you could never forget it. My love and prayers go out to his two young men and all of his family. I am sure you will be singing with the angels. Pat

 

Cindy Belbin posted on 1/26/20

I was saddened to learn of Paul’s passing. He was a wonderful man. I use a enjoy hearing him sing at church. I know he is in a better place now. I will be praying for God’s comfort to the family.

 

Barbara Suis posted on 1/26/20

I will always cherish the fond memories I have of the times that Paul and I shared. Especially those surrounding his tenure in The New Life Quartet, with my late husband, Ronnie. There was always a laugh to be found before they took the stage. I will undoubtedly miss those days, and all that he contributed to them.

 

Melanie Freeman posted on 1/26/20

Condolences to all. Many great memories of Paul as a neighbor. Great dart partner and an even better Santa. Paul would do anything to help out when needed. Farewell for now my friend. See you on the other side.

 

Ryan posted on 1/26/20

Thank you Dad for all the sacrafices you made for Chris and I. We miss you so much and will carry your spirit with us forever. I love you P-Diddy!

 

Annette & Kevin Sauer posted on 1/26/20

We will always remember the great memories and laughs. The Saturday nights at the kitchen table on Reynolds Drive with Paul, Sharon, Darrell and Ronnie laughing until early morning. Love you always, Kevin & Annette Sauer

 

Jessica Lee posted on 1/26/20

So many wonderful memories of this beautiful man and his family. Rest easy Paul, you’re home now. Prayers for peace and comfort to all.

 

DARRELL RAMSEY posted on 1/25/20

Paul was complicated, fun loving ,and had the most infectious laugh you could ever hear , he was my singing partner holding down that bass line to my tenor , a wonderful friend and brother , Today he is in heaven joining another brother Ron singing with angels , sing on brother I will sing with you again in the resurrection

 

Sharon Gauldin posted on 1/24/20

Paul was a great person and father he will be missed by everyone

 

 

Carolyn Stowe posted on 1/22/20

Peggy and I shared a love of all things French. What a lovely person! We enjoyed having her in our Wine and Dine for many years and will certainly miss her.

 

David Doss posted on 1/22/20

Ray was my spiritual guide and mentor for the last 15 years. What a gentle giant and living example of Christ's love for His most broken children. You could feel warmth and love from him in the way he spoke with you and while the world has lost a great light, heaven has gained an angel. I'll miss you Ray but will always carry you with me for true love never dies.

 

Elizabeth Panzer posted on 1/22/20

Peggy was an Energizer Bunny! She was a champion of even our worst art endeavors. Her inspiration, her smile and her attitude were infectious. We were all happier when Peggy was in art class. When she was not there, each of us felt her absence. She was fun, funny, generous to a fault, private but curious, introspective and an extrovert! All things to all people! A genuine professional spook! We loved you dearly PEGGY and will continue to miss you.

 

Sharon Karabinos posted on 1/22/20

There are some people who you feel so fortunate that your paths crossed. Peggy was one of those people. She had such character and such a strong constitution. Stories of her life were fascinating and she enjoyed recalling them. She was a warm, encouraging lady. I wish I had known her longer, but she inspired me and I will remember her with admiration.

 

Carole L Martin posted on 1/21/20

I met Peggy through our art group. She was such an encourager. I will miss her sweet smile and great personality.

 

Alice Odom posted on 1/21/20

I met Peggy twelve years ago when I joined the Tuesday Art Class. She welcomed me with open arms and kindness into this talented group of artists.

 

Debra Foord posted on 1/21/20

It was truly a pleasure getting to know Peggy the last couple years of her life! She was strong, independent and fun loving! Great sense of humor, kind and considerate. She had great friends, whom she loved dearly and they loved her! Sherry, I am deeply Sorry for your loss. Peggy will be greatly missed! She was ready to go to God as she put it.

 

Dennis D. McSweeney posted on 1/20/20

To my friend Bill: My prayers and wishes for safe passage. Your sudden departure leaves a void in my life, a void that can never be filled. Your comradeship and brotherhood over the years has been a blessing. In many ways, your presence has provided a trusted mentorship for all of us who came your way. You will be missed but my memories of our fellowship will live on forever. I trust that God will hold you warmly in the palm of his hand for all eternity. With love, Denny McSweeney ~ your fellow comrade in arms and Pike brother.

 

Patty Harris posted on 1/19/20

Ray and Betty were dear friends of my parents ( George & Jewel Isenhour). My dad thought of Ray as a brother and the feelings were mutual. Ray was a very kind and gentle man. Condolences to the family.

 

Susan Eister (Killorn) Estes posted on 1/19/20

Dear Ann and Family Members, I just saw Bill's obituary in the RTD. I am sending my most sincere sympathy of the loss of your dear husband and father. I send prayers and positive thoughts to you and the family during this most difficult time. The death of a husband or father leaves a hole in one's heart and indeed in one's life. Always remember and talk about all the good and fun times... Bill will remain a brilliant thread in your lively family tapestry. I know you will hold on to the precious memories you share... My memories of Bill are all positive, fun, full of laughter and lots of tennis. Bill will be missed by ALL. Please know you are in my deepest thoughts and prayers. Love, Susan Eister (Killorn) Estes

 

Charles Birr posted on 1/18/20

My condolences to the family. Bill was wonderful to work with at the Club. His ability to share his knowledge and guidance is remarkable. I am blessed to have known him.

 

Jennifer Vickers posted on 1/17/20

So sorry to be sharing condolences for the loss of this wonderful husband, father and grandfather. Our family is thinking of yours and sending all our love.

 

Bob and Susan Alexander. Seaford, Virginia posted on 1/17/20

Within seconds of my first encounter with Bill at the shotgun (!) wedding of his daughter, Ellen, and my son, Rob, we pegged (Richmond) Bill to our mutual friend Lee Crenshaw ...... the bourbon and conversations flowed! We only had a few gatherings together in this short span of time but they are cherished. For Anne, family, and all who knew Bill, blessed be his kind soul.

 

Bob Lamoree posted on 1/16/20

Bill's many old pals remember him with a smile. There were good times . . . a lot of them. South Richmond Rotary remembers his favorite saying and the demise of a gerbil named 'Rambo.' He was one of the good guys!

 

 

Rose Viggiani posted on 1/16/20

I will never forget Bill’s genuine warmth and kindness. His love for his family was immeasurable. He was always interested in what you were doing and what you had to say. A man of strong character. He will he missed but will live on in his beautiful grandchildren. Our heartfelt condolences. Rose Viggiani and Bert Pagano

 

 

TRACY R. SLOAN posted on 1/16/20

My Prayers are with the entire Merritt Family at this time. I pray that you gain strength each and every day during this difficult time.

 

Craig Hofmeyer posted on 1/14/20

Years ago, Mr and Mrs Gerdelman purchased Pigs Point, the property next door to the farm which I grew up on, Tomahund. The previous owner had given my family much difficulty and conflict over a portion of the property line between the two tracts. The controversy was due to a fence that my Grandfather allowed the neighbor to place on Tomahund to enlarge his pig pen. The adjacent owner eventually began to claim the borrowed property as his and the fence the “new” property line. After John Gerdelman became the new owner, my Dad mentioned the situation with the property line to him. John was so outstanding and fair, he simply said, “Put the line wherever you think it is.” Throughout the years, the Gerdelmans have been outstanding neighbors, allowing us to hunt on their property, shoot skeet in the yard, they provided a catered lunch on the last day of deer season and accepted folks of all different classes and backgrounds without hesitation. We could not have asked for better neighbors! I pray the God will give Johns family peace during this difficult season. I have found that Jesus is the answer to all of life’s problems, may we find rest in Him. God Bless!

 

Betty Doyle posted on 1/12/20

Big brother, rest in peace. Love, your little sister, Betty K

 

Debra Hardin posted on 1/10/20

"Lizbeth" You were a treasure and will not be forgotten. You were my partner in crime. A true friend. We spent so many hours together with the Estate Sales and had so many fun times I will be lost without you. Dylan, your Mom loved you to the moon and back and she and I had many treasured conversations about you and how proud she was of your musical talents. Megan, you were the true big sister, she looked up to you and felt like you were so artistically talented. She loved spending time with you in Floyd and at the beach. My love and prayers to out to both of you and I am always only a call away if you need anything. Deb

 

Julie Massicotte posted on 1/9/20

I worked with John while at MCI many years ago. No matter what position you were in John always spoke to you with respect and kindness. He was a gentleman and always positive no matter what he was doing. John did a great job during his time on this earth..Rest In Peace John

 

Stephanie South posted on 1/9/20

John was an energizing leader and great visionary. I enjoyed being on his team at MCI. He will be remembered fondly by many. My condolences to the family during this difficult time.

 

Linda Johnson posted on 1/9/20

My privilege to have been John’s Hospice nurse. Wonderful attentive family. An accomplished and kind gentleman. God bless you all.

 

Joe Frey posted on 1/8/20

Mrs. G, Mark and Emily - I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your husband and father. I think back to my younger years of babysitting for you, listening to his Springsteen albums when you both had gone to bed. And then of course John gave me the summer job opportunity at Baxter, first as the groundskeeper and then working in the warehouse, which basically paid for all of my college activities at CU. And I would be remiss in saying that I think he had a huge influence in the hiring decision at PTT in Greeley as my first job after college. He is fondly remembered by me as a kind and loving man, with a hearty laugh and a great smile. Integrity was his namesake, and I very much appreciated this about him, along with multiple other positive and wonderful attributes. Love you all - take care and may God be with all of you as well as John - Joe(y)

 

Darlene and Rich Parke posted on 1/8/20

Dear Sue, Emily and Mark and family. Sending our prayers and condolences. Our thoughts are with all of you at this time.

 

PUBLIX DELI DEPARTMENT 1093 posted on 1/7/20

MIKE YOU HAVE OUR DEEPEST CONDOLENCES..WE WILL KEEP YOU AND YOUR FAMILY LIFTED UP IN PRAYER

 

kathleen lemier posted on 1/7/20

May your perpetual light shine on us for all eternity. You will be forever in my heart my dear gentle, kind and loving friend, mother, grandma. Love you Roberta

 

James ONEILL posted on 1/7/20

I just heard. I'm so sorry I didn't hear earlier and make the ceremony...Preston was a great man and I'll miss him at the Y...love to family...

 

Redia McLamb posted on 1/5/20

Faith and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Jerry was a fishing buddy for Larry and me (on a couple of fishing trips). He will be missed very much by family and friends. If there’s anything you need please let me know. Love and prayers ♥️

 

Christie Gallagher posted on 1/5/20

We are so sorry to hear about your loss , our thoughts and prayers are with you all , lots of love , Tim and Christie Gallagher

 

 

Adrian Moss posted on 1/5/20

I worked with Preston Smith for many years at both the Williamsburg Pottery and the Campground, and have been fortunate to have been able to call Preston my friend. Preston's ever present chuckle and cocky smile will be missed by many. I am so sorry for his family's loss. Goodbye Preston, God Bless.

 

Fred Miller posted on 1/4/20

Faith and Nora I am so sorry to hear of Jerry’s passing. He will be missed by all of us who knew him (except for the fish who knew his fishing prowess). May he Rest In Peace.

 

Russ Porter posted on 1/4/20

Your extended family at BGW offer our thoughts and prayers for your family during this difficult time of loss

 

Bobby Weagley posted on 1/4/20

Preston was one of the best friends I ever had. I will miss him very much. For the whole family I am very sorry.

 

Harold& Shirley Watley posted on 1/4/20

We are so sorry to hear of Jerry’s passing! We sending our love and prayers for comfort to Faith, Nora Ann, Jim, Becky, Sara, Gene and all family.

 

Peggy Mylum posted on 1/4/20

So sorry for your loss prayers for you and your family.

 

 

Kathy Meadows posted on 1/4/20

Gene and Sarah I am so sorry for the loss of your brother. My prayers and thoughts are with you both and the rest of the family.

 

Vickie Livengood posted on 1/4/20

Sending prayers,blessings,peace, and love to all of Jerry's family! Give each other a lot of big hugs from me in the days to come. Extra love to Him & Oliver from MA!

 

 

Kathy Meadows posted on 1/4/20

So sorry for you loss

 

Mark Wiseman posted on 1/4/20

So very sorry for your loss.

 

Mrs. Linda Alpers posted on 1/4/20

Dear Faith. Sorry to hear the passing of Jerry. I remember the times we shared at the store and meeting your family privately. Fond memories.

 

Sue Cornell posted on 1/4/20

Our Love and Prayers are with the family during this difficult time.

 

 

Bruce & Felica Taswell posted on 1/4/20

I had known Preston for years He was always very kind to me. I loved when I saw him and Myong❤️They were both always the kind and loving when I saw them. Heart felt condolences to the family.

 

Betty Kemp (Bruton High) posted on 1/3/20

Wanda, I am so sorry to hear about your husband. I Pray the Lord brings you and your family peace and comfort during this difficult time.

 

Colin Walton posted on 1/3/20

Theresa, so sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family.

 

Mary Lou Clark posted on 1/3/20

I attended high school with Preston, although he was a couple years ahead of me. If I remember correctly, I think he drove our school bus for a while. My Heartfelt sympathy goes out to his family.

 

michael goins posted on 1/3/20

may god blessed in this time of need be blessed my prayers are with you your couisn mike goins

 

Barb Faubert posted on 1/2/20

The Angels and all the company of Heaven welcome Steve into their fold. He was a kind and gentle person that I was glad to have known.

 

Russell W Murphy posted on 1/2/20

Rob, You and your family will be lifted up in prayer by our family. God Bless Russ & Daralee Murphy

 

Timmy Steele posted on 1/1/20

Rob and family... So sorry to hear the news of your daughter passing. You guys are embedded in our prayers.

 

David Reed posted on 12/31/19

I remember Bill as a kind and gentle man who I had the pleasure to serve with on so many VOA projects and attended many meetings with him

 

Mary (Betsy) Chadwick posted on 12/31/19

I’m so sorry for your loss. Barbara, I remember you well from the American Eagles Girls Fife and Drum. I didn’t realize the amazing part your mother played in what was surely some of the best years of my youth. My heart is with you and your family.

 

Philip Dominguez posted on 12/30/19

God Bless You Steve ! I’m particularly thankful for the few moments of intense conversation and fellowship that we shared. The subway will again reach 98.6% and when it does, I’ll think of you and thank you for the timeless advice you shared on running the system. Until we meet again, Yours, -Philip Dominguez

 

Nancy Johns-Bozeman posted on 12/29/19

I’m sorry to hear about the new passing of your daughter Lindsey. Please know that I am lifting your family up in prayer .

 

 

Mike and Sue Rigney posted on 12/28/19

There are no words we can say to ease you sorrow, please know that you, Teresa and you entire family are in our thought and prayers.

 

 

Lynda Clark (Nan) posted on 12/28/19

What a light of sunshine she was. Bea could find humor in everything , (even to the end). What a blessing she was in my life and I know how much she loves her family. Please take confort in that.

 

Patrick Dembach posted on 12/28/19

Dear Barb and Bev, having lost mom earlier this year I know that there really are no adequate words of comfort to send you across the many miles. Please know that your mom will always have a special place in my heart as she was such an important part of my childhood. Memories are the bridge between what once was and what is now, and that keeps our loved ones with us forever. I'm thinking of you both and share in your loss. With love and sympathy, Pat.

 

Lloyd&Shirley Wallace posted on 12/27/19

Deeply shocked to read of Herbert departure,we are praying for the family. May the God ofALL Comfort be with you. Lloyd&Shirley Wallace

 

John Marsh posted on 12/23/19

I will miss her tremendously. I have known her since we were children. When we returned to Williamsburg after a 44 year absence,some 20 years ago we became good friends with her and Jerry. She took tender care of him for more than 15 years. She was one of my wife's very best friends. John Marsh.

 

Jan Sarmiere posted on 12/23/19

I was shocked and saddened to read that your Mom passed away. She was the nicest person and I loved talking with her. We took a class together from Christopher Wren many years ago. My heart shares your grief. I know you and your family were the world to her. So sorry for your loss. Hugs. Jan

 

Jean Harris-Willetts and Dale posted on 12/22/19

So very sorry we could not be there for the visitation. Dale and I were saddened to hear about Hal. He was a good man, and it was a pleasure to have known him. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family! If there is anything we can do please let us know!

 

Janet R Brown posted on 12/22/19

Dearest Bev, John and Matt, i was so sorry to read of your mom/grandmom's passing, but what a wonderful, long, fulfilling life she led! I wish i had her energy and youthfulness. Regardless of how long one's life has been, it's never long enough for the family she leaves behind. I am so sorry for your loss and will be thinking of each of you and saying prayers of comfort. Love you all..

 

Fran McNaught. (Fran Baisden) posted on 12/21/19

I spent a good deal of time at Billy’s house and in classes with him in high school. His twin Betty was my best friend. The whole family was wonderful and Billy was a good friend too.

 

Fran McNaught. (Fran Baisden) posted on 12/21/19

Spent a lot of time at Billy’s house and in classes with him when we were in high school. His twin Betty was my best friend. The whole family was wonderful. Billy was always a good friend.

 

Ali posted on 12/21/19

Sincere condolences. May the fond memories you hold dear and the power of faith get you through this difficult time. Respectfully,

 

 

Tony DeRosa posted on 12/21/19

The kindest man I've known.

 

Roy Burrows posted on 12/21/19

Marty, as I said to you, I am so sorry for your loss. Hal was a special guy. If you like, I would be happy to share with you and family a special recognition of his favorite work project at the Lab.

 

Cathy Armour posted on 12/21/19

I will miss sweet Joan and certainly am glad to have known her. Love to Robin, Josh, Beck, Henry and Theo from Cathy and Pete.

 

Cathy Armour posted on 12/21/19

I will miss sweet Joan and certainly am glad to have known her. Love to Robin, Josh, Beck, Henry and Theo from Pete and me.

 

Carolyn Caylor posted on 12/20/19

Margaret, so sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers are with you and your family.

 

William (Bill) T Tillar posted on 12/20/19

Bill will be missed as a friend and fellow optometrist

 

Gail and Rick Shutt posted on 12/20/19

Marty I’m sadden to hear of Hal’s passing. Please know you and your family are in our prayers. If there is anything I can do please let me know. May you find comfort knowing Hal is resting peacefully in his new Heavenly Home.

 

Martha Beamon posted on 12/20/19

Scott. So very sorry for your loss! Keeping you and your family in my heart and thoughts and prayers.

 

Jim and Judy McDede posted on 12/20/19

Marty and Scott, Jim,Steph,Brooke and I are so very sorry to hear the sad news.We have so many memories of Hal.He was such a kind and easygoing man.What a great family legacy left behind with all his children,grandchildren and great grandchildren.That's what it's all about.May he rest in peace in God's arms.

 

Alice Aber posted on 12/20/19

I remember Dick most from when the Garms family lived on Hornback Ave. in Port Jervis, we were neighbors and friends. We kept in touch on facebook. He is loved by all and will be missed greatly. My love and prayers to his family.

 

Lanny Stout Freeland posted on 12/20/19

Margaret. We are so sorry to hear of the passing of your husband. Please know that you are in our thoughts & prayers

 

Donna McClure posted on 12/20/19

My heart and prayers are with you and your family Robin in your time of sorrow.

 

donna m mcclure posted on 12/20/19

My heart and prayers are with you and your family Robin in your time of sorrow.

 

 

Lisa Evans posted on 12/20/19

My heart is broken for all of us. Heaven has gained another angel to watch over His flock.

 

Michele Mahaffey posted on 12/20/19

Marty - I am so sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in knowing how many people are praying for you during this sorrowful time.

 

Wendy & Doug Roundy posted on 12/20/19

Marty, Doug and I are lifting you up in prayer, while rejoicing he’s celebrating in Heaven with Jesus. We love you.

 

Tonya Boyd posted on 12/20/19

RIP Dr. Sutherland. Sad to hear of the news of your passing. I have fond memories of you and working for you. You were a compassionate man. Prayers to your family .

 

Charlene Osborne posted on 12/19/19

Marty, I am so sorry for the loss of your husband. Sending prayers of peace to you and your family.

 

Margaret & Richard Szahowski posted on 12/19/19

To the Holland family our prayers are with you. Hal was a very kind individual and will be missed by everyone.

 

Erika and Scott Daniel posted on 12/19/19

Much sympathy your way. You are in our thoughts!

 

Dorothy Fox Hall posted on 12/19/19

Marty, so sorry for the loss of Hal. I enjoyed our little Sunday conversations when I would come in before the service. God Bless you and your fwmily.

 

DEBBY BAUER ROBERTSON posted on 12/19/19

When I first moved to Williamsburg, Dr Sutherland gave me a job working in his optical. I learned a great deal in the five years I was employed by him. Condolences to his family.

 

Ed and Debbie Delosreyes posted on 12/19/19

We are thinking of you and your family at this difficult time. Please know that you are in our prayers.

 

Joe and Pam Moore and Family posted on 12/19/19

Marty: So sorry for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this difficult be time.

 

Nancy & Chip Wilder posted on 12/19/19

Marty, We are so sorry for your loss. We pray that God will comfort you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Ed and Barbara West posted on 12/19/19

Marty, we are so sorry for your loss. We will all muss Hal. He was such a kind soul and all the kids in the Sunday School class will miss him. He was loved by so many. Prayers to you and your family.

 

Diane Bigbie posted on 12/19/19

Hugs and prayers to you and your family Marty so sorry for your loss

 

Alice Wilson posted on 12/18/19

Dr. Sutherland was a wonderful doctor to me and my family. . His memory will always be in my heart, his kindness, jokes and I will always be great full for my birthday card every year.(Thank You. Dr. Sutherland) . You were my angel on Earth, and is certainly now one in Heaven.

 

 

Georgeanna J. Neal posted on 12/18/19

Dr. Sutherland was a wonderful doctor to me and my children. He took exceptional care of us all for many years. May his memory be a blessing to you in the years to come. Dr. Sutherland was an angel on Earth, and is certainly now one in Heaven.

 

James E Powers posted on 12/17/19

A true gentleman and an icon in Virginia optometry. He will be missed.

 

Gregory Schultz posted on 12/17/19

I will forever remember Bill for his subtle yet effective sense of humor. I often did not know wether he was serious or making a Joke, it was often the latter. His delivery was so smooth and discreet that you didn't know if it was safe to laugh!

 

Jo-Amrah Dillingham posted on 12/16/19

Bill was one of the kindest of men. I am so very thankful that he was part of my family of choice. Coming home to Wiilamsburg meant time with Bill if there wasn't a game on. Priorities. I'd have it no other way. I will always remember his sparkling eyes so full of himself and the smile that lit up a room. I will miss his hugs.

 

Allen F. Nosaka posted on 12/16/19

I met Miss Baxter(as we called her) when I started working at the Dollar Tree on Merrimac Trail. I enjoyed meeting her and helping her. She always had a funny story or observation. I didn't know her background but I could tell she was sophisticated and smart. She always made me laugh. I would help her with her bags and load them in her car as she pulled up in front of the store. A courtesy that we only gave Miss Baxter. Her visits to the store become few and far between and I always wondered about her. I work elsewhere now but I always think about that special little lady Miss Baxter.

 

Tom & Penny Delaney posted on 12/16/19

We just learned of Bill's passing and are saddened at this news. He was both a neighbor and former employer. He was a good man and someone that we will miss. RIP Bill.

 

Hoyt Davenport posted on 12/15/19

Bill was a very kind and generous man. We shared lots of laughs and events together. He was a brother to me in many ways. He will be missed by many in our community.

 

Deborah , Gary , Thomas and Sarah Richardson posted on 12/13/19

Thinking about all of you at this time .Prayers

 

Gary W. Brown posted on 12/12/19

Rest In Peace Joe. You were a great friend to the Browns!

 

Gary W. Brown posted on 12/12/19

Joe & Lyna were great friends of my Mom Muriel Brown. We socialize with then at their home in The Landing. Joe was a brilliant man with a great personality. We enjoyed our time together. May this great man Rest In Peace.

 

 

Mary Digges Burton posted on 12/11/19

Diane I'm so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. He was a very special man and I will never ever forget him. He worked tirelessly to support his family and his community and was a good man.

 

Greg Baxter posted on 12/7/19

My mom was a marvelous person indeed. She raised 3 kids by herself here in Williamsburg, Va, a feat in itself. No matter where my job took me in the world, mom always insisted on being in contact with me. She managed the "Info" (Information Center) for many years, and gladly helped the thousands of tourists who came to CW to visit. Toward her later years her health got the best of her, but a strong person till the end. I'll miss my mom too much for words, as I'm already finding it a very rough road. Please pray for her and our family, as mom was a steadfast believer in the lord, his presence, his unique understandings, his love, and his graciousness.

 

 

LT Shawn Beach with Buckhall VFD posted on 12/7/19

Thank you fo your service Chief. We have it from here!

 

Deb Oliver posted on 12/6/19

Chief Jacobs made a powerful and meaningful difference in the Prince William County Community. He was a man of integrity and vision. Prayers lifted up in gratitude for his life and in comfort for his family.

 

John Bethel posted on 12/5/19

It is amazing when you read someone's obit and realize there was a lot more you didn't know about them than you did! Selby was my Chief for most of my career in the Prince William County Fire and Rescue Department. He brought the department a long way from the days of one or two firefighters per station. When he handed the department over it was well on it's way to becoming one of the premier fire departments in Virginia. I certainly did not always agree with Chief Jacobs but then again I am sure he did not agree with things I did (LOL) as I progressed to Lt. in the department but I always respected him. I retired many years ago and moved out of the area so did not see Selby after retiring except on Facebook postings sometimes. Chief I would just like to say you will be missed and you served your community well. Job Well Done!!

 

Linda Mason posted on 12/4/19

Mrs. Brandfass was an ornery soul (I still laugh about the story of how her choir teacher in college thought she was such a horrible singer that they put in her back row and told her to mouth the words!). She treated our family well when we moved to Wheeling and loved having her share her tales to our family.

 

Cindy Castillo HPD posted on 12/1/19

I am sorry for everyone's loss. Norm was a man of few words but when you got him going it was fun to listen to his stories. He was a family's man and an excellent police officer, Lieutenant. For those who knew him keep the fun memories. May he RIP

 

 

Iris & William posted on 12/1/19

IN MEMORY OF BENIKKA GREEN ❤ R IP❤ NIKKI

 

Iris & William Stepney posted on 12/1/19

Benikka will forever hold a special place in my heart. I feel so honored to have had the pleasure & opportunity of getting to know her. I remember when Nikki first met me, she cried & cried. She was not having this women come into her home that she did not know. After she got to know me on a daily basis, it was uphill from there; full of laughter, giggles & bright sunshiny smiles. Benikka was a tropper & my heart. Gone but never never will she be forgotten. I never knew her middle name until now...and indeed, a "PEARL" she was. To the family, remember God will take care of her until yall meet again. Thank you for our 6 years together. Maybthe GRACE of HOD continue to BLESS yall each & every day. Love Iris & William Stepney

 

 

Helena Thorne posted on 11/30/19

From: Helena Thorne (Johnson & Woolfolk Family!!!) Condolences to You All!!! Blessings From On High in Jesus Name, Amen!!!! ❤❤❤

 

With Sincere Sympathy, Denise posted on 11/29/19

Rev. 21:3,4 With that I heard a loud voice from the throne saying, "Look the tent of God is with mankind and he will reside with them and they will be his people and God himself will be with them. And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be any more the former things have passed away."

 

 

Brenda K. Lucas posted on 11/29/19

Sadly I never had the opportunity to meet Ruth and her husband Wayne. She was the step-daughter of Virgie Modelle Spitler of Greenville, Va. and the daughter of Methodist minister Rev. William A. Lynch.

 

The Lacey Family posted on 11/29/19

Our thoughts, hearts and prayers are with the family.

 

Pam Davey posted on 11/26/19

Deepest sympathies to you and Norm’s family. Hope he meets Mike. Much love.

 

Aunt Helen & Uncle Don posted on 11/26/19

Karen, Don & I are so saddened by you and your family's loss of Norm. We also feel his loss deeply and will miss Norm so much. We loved him. May he rest in peace. Love to you all.

 

 

Carol Sipos posted on 11/26/19

Karen & Family..I am so sorry for your loss. Norm was a wonderful and kind hearted man who will always be remembered with a loving family. Love Carol

 

Gail Nash posted on 11/26/19

Corinne was such a special friend who I enjoyed very much! She loved Rita’s chocolate soft ice cream and going for scenic drives! Our last time out together was October 21st, before I had to be in AZ for 3 weeks. I’m so very thankful that God gave us so much wonderful time together, even at her amazing age of 99! I was blessed to know Corinne and I’m keeping you, Patty, in my prayers every day. With love and prayers, Gail

 

 

Old Friend posted on 11/24/19

Happy birthday Sandman. I am sorry I let this special day slip away...

 

Whispers of Whispering Pines posted on 11/17/19

May your memories comfort you at this difficult time.

 

Pat sadlow posted on 11/17/19

Miss you already. I hope you are singing for my sister. Love you!

 

Pat posted on 11/17/19

My melody of love! Miss you. Please take care of my sister!

 

LTC Donald L. Hansen, USA (Ret.) posted on 11/4/19

Julie - my thoughts and prayers are with you as you move through this trial. I still remember the fun we had visiting starred French restaurants in the early 80s while stationed in Germany. Don Hansen

 

Henry D. Bliley posted on 10/30/19

Charlie and I were pledge-fraternity brothers at Washington&Lee University in 1957. I remember Charlie as a creative and fun-loving brother. I will always remember him warmly, and for the fun times we shared. Hard to believe that he is gone. Semper Concordia !

 

Jess Daniel posted on 10/29/19

My New Family, It has been a wonderful privilege getting to grow close to Mr. Lantz this past year. He shared so many beautiful stories with me and I will always keep his words in mind as Charles and I grow in our marriage. My heart breaks that I won’t get to have more time with him, but I see parts of him in all of his Children and know he will always be with us. My last exchange with Mr. Lantz was a promise to be there for the family no matter what, and I will always honor this. I look forward to meeting more of the Lantz family soon and wish all of you love and peace at this time.

 

Stephanie Wagner posted on 10/29/19

My deepest love and condolences to the Lantz family! I am so very sorry for your loss and pain, and wish you all moments of peace when you reflect on the love he gave you and happier times. I have big hugs for everyone on November 9th! XO

 

Eleanor & Thomas Hylinski posted on 10/28/19

Although we are new to the area and did not have the pleasure of meeting Bill, we have learned of his great service to our country, his many contributions in the areas of law, justice, and peace negotiations, and his great love for his wife, children, and extended family.We extend our sincerest condolences to his loved ones as God welcomes him into eternal life.

 

David McGrew posted on 10/28/19

Julie I'm so sorry to hear of Bill's death. My thoughts are with you and your family. David McGrew

 

S. B. Ryan posted on 10/28/19

Julie, my sincere condolences on Bill's death. My thoughts and prayers with you and the family.

 

Shawn and Lori Moore posted on 10/28/19

Bill was such a wonderful man. He was always so hospitable and welcoming. Our time spent with him will always be in our hearts.

 

Nick Pleasants posted on 10/25/19

I’m sorry for your loss. I have good memories of Gene and all of us playing ball in the field behind Raymond and Ronnie’s house.

 

Kathy Feild Parker posted on 10/25/19

The area where we all grew up ( Huger Drive) had so many kids and so many great memories. Gene was always a nice guy! My thoughts are with his family and I’m sorry for your loss.

 

Annette C posted on 10/24/19

My deepest condolences to Tim's family. He was such an inspiration to everyone one who knew him. My mother loved working for him at Worldwide. God Bless.

 

Carla Larrick posted on 10/24/19

Pam, I send you my sincere sympathy. Thinking of you at this sad time and wishing you peace in the days to come. I hope you find comfort in knowing we are here for you. Carla

 

LaTashia Benton posted on 10/24/19

Gene was so funny, had a huge heart, supportive and encouraging to all of his loved ones. From the first time I met Gene through Billy, I could immediately see he was not just a step-father but also an endearing friend and a highly admired father-figure to both Shannon and Billy. Pam loved Gene genuinely and I saw a deep connection and I can imagine she is devastated, beyond lost without the man that made her whole. I would hear endearing stories occasionally about his children and it was easy to see he was a proud doting father. Gene seems to have touched everyone in his life in a genuine way. He will forever live through our memories.

 

Vernadine Hawkins posted on 10/23/19

Pam, I offer my deepest condolences to you and your family for the loss of your mother. May you find peace, and solace in this most difficult time. GOD Bless.

 

Tracy Miller posted on 10/23/19

Pam, words are not adequate to express my sympathy for you and your family. I pray that you will be comforted by the memories of joy and every good thing that has come from your mother to you. Your commitment and never ending loyalty to your mother as she experienced her final days is truly a model of love for each of us to follow. I know you will miss her, and I know she will always remain in your heart. My deepest sympathy.

 

Tiffany Byrd posted on 10/23/19

Melissa and Shawn~my heart breaks for you. I’ll never forget our days together in Powhatan. Gene was always so welcoming and kind. Loved his boyish face and grin. He’d do anything to help someone that needed it. He was a great friend and a super guy. I’m here for you guys if you need anything at all. Love you all

 

Michael Morris posted on 10/23/19

My deepest condolences go to the family and friends of Ed Godshall, Ed was so inspirational to everyone he knew. I only knew him for about a year and we would have lunch or dinner occasionally.

 

Ann G Ewell posted on 10/22/19

Carol was such an amazing lady, the stars in heaven are surly brighter with her addition. It has been such a privilege to be a part of her life, sharing stories she reminded me of the importance of gracious living and enjoying that with which you have been blessed. Carol loved and appreciated her family and friends and would light up at their mere mention. She lived what she told me was “a pretty good life”. And so I count my blessings and knowing Carol and her family certainly are included in those blessings and I will truly miss her and the smile that would light up a room with a twinkle in her eye.

 

Paloma Jimenez posted on 10/22/19

Pam, from my family to yours, we offer our sincerest condolences with the loss of your mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and may she watch over you and continue to bless you through her spirited love.

 

Reynard Eaglin posted on 10/22/19

Pam, I offer my most sincere condolences to you and your family. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. "Another Angel has earned her wings."

 

 

Rose Grant posted on 10/21/19

My heart felt thoughts and prayers are with you Pam. Sending you hugs and love. Love you.

 

John Gilmour posted on 10/21/19

Pam, Melissa, and Shawn, We were shocked to learn about Gene’s untimely death. I last saw him less than two weeks ago. We chatted in the front yard, just as we have done for 24 years. It is terribly sad to have someone as kind, generous, and neighborly as Gene taken away so suddenly. I will always remember his deep love of animals, both his pets and anything else on four legs. Back when I brewed my own beer, I gave Gene a six-pack. He more than returned the favor by giving me a case of Budweiser. When a batch of my beer went bad, he offered to do an analysis in his lab to identify what went wrong. I’ll miss him.

 

 

Bobbie Lynn posted on 10/21/19

Gene was a great brother in law, funny to be around, he enjoyed playing golf, feeding any animal that came into the backyard, also a very caring person, he was a great husband to my sister Pam, he will surley be missed

 

Tommy and Lou Ann Fincher posted on 10/21/19

Pam, Melissa, Shawn and Diane, I am so sorry for your loss. I'm so glad I was able to reconnect with Gene a few months ago and was able to play golf with him a couple of times. Shawn, Melissa. your Dad is very proud of you. He couldn't stop talking about you two. Your Dad loved you very much. He seemed to be very happy with his retirement. Gene was a fellow Springer and we played on the Baseball team together. I was telling him his photo with of the State Championship team will always be on display in the trophy case, he just smiled. We loved living across the street from Gene and his family in the 80's before they moved to Williamsburg. A great guy. Great family man. We will miss you guy.

 

Corinna Diaz posted on 10/21/19

My Buddy I will never forget you all our long late night talks you were my dearest friend and the best listener I love you forever

 

John Bennett posted on 10/21/19

Jane helped reshape my life and my work. What a gift to so many around the world!! My thoughts and sympathy are with her family and friends. Ralph, a big hug for you.

 

Lynda Newton Ellington posted on 10/20/19

Fellow Springer, God Bless your loving wife Pam and my sincerest condolences to all of your family.

 

 

Rebekah Brewster posted on 10/20/19

You were so very much loved especially by our family. We will miss you so much . Until we meet again...

 

Katherine and Eric Homan posted on 10/20/19

Please know that our love, thoughts and prayers are with the entire family as you navigate this painful loss. We send our deepest condolences and much love. Eric and Katherine Homan

 

Dianne Pastore-Burnett Pugh posted on 10/20/19

My love, thoughts, and prayers for the family as you go through this loss.

 

Randy Fincher posted on 10/20/19

I'm so saddened to hear of Gene's passing. He was a good man. I enjoyed being with him on the golf course and will miss that very much. My deepest condolences to Pam and all of Gene's family.

 

Rebekah Brewster posted on 10/20/19

Gene is my daughter’s father-in-law. He was a stellar person, fabulous grandfather and someone you wanted to call friend. We loved him so much and he will be terribly missed. Gene Burnett I hope you know how much I loved you and how much I appreciate your support and love of my daughter Catie. You will ALWAYS be in our hearts. Until we meet again Gene ....

 

Michael and Melissa Jones posted on 10/19/19

Gene was a great man. I still remember his kindness while we were in between house. He stored some of our things in his garage until our house was being finished. And it was a lot of fun calling Pam and having her meet Gene. Pam, Melissa, Shawn and Diane, I am so sorry for your loss. Gene was one of a kind.

 

Augie Liebler posted on 10/19/19

Gene was a great man and a long time friend that will always have a place in my heart. I wish Pam and family my deepest condolences.god I’m going to miss him.sincerely Augie

 

 

Staci Pribush posted on 10/19/19

I love and miss you, Daddy.

 

Jim @ Sheila Wheaton posted on 10/17/19

Our lives were blessed when we met David and Charlene upon our moving to Williamsburg. Her smile could bring sunshine to any day. Remembering her wonderful and gentle soul will forever remain in our hearts.

 

Connie Reifsnyder posted on 10/13/19

I will miss Charlene exercising back of me at Silver Sneakers She always had a good morning no matter how she felt. She often talked about her daughters & grandchildren. She will be missed. May good memories sustain her beloved family.

 

Mel Case posted on 10/12/19

I was most fortunate to have been a roommate of John’s all of plebe year. I struggled as soon as the academic year started and John was not only a great roommate but he was an exceptionally bright and willing tutor for me. I don’t think I would have made it academically that year if it had not been for the help I got from John. His help allowed me stay “pro,” play the corps-squad sports I enjoyed playing and provided the basis for me to make it academically the next 3 years. Many years later we crossed paths while I was at the Air Force War College and he was teaching at Maxwell AFB. A great classmate, roommate, friend, and conscientious professional. I am honored to be one of John’s classmates. “Thank you, John” - Rest In Peace. May God continue to bless your family. Mel

 

Bradley Hish posted on 10/11/19

He was an employer and a friend. Without his encouragement I would not have gone to college. I will miss being able to chat with him on the phone. I owe who I am today to John Raymond he took me as an assistant with no experience and molded me into a Legal Assistant who got up every day looking forward to going to work. From an old Navy Man… Fair Winds and Following seas.

 

Mike Richardson, USMA, Class of 1964 posted on 10/10/19

John, you roomed with Dave White cow and firstie year in Co. D-1. Dave, I know, could snore like thunder, and the D-1 tac, as I recall, treated all cadets like they were plebes! Congratulations on your successful military and legal careers and on a long and happy marriage. It may certainly be said, "WELL DONE."

 

Stephen Weisel posted on 10/10/19

John and I were in the same squad during Beast Barracks in the summer of 1960. We did not maintain close contact afterwards, but I had fond memories of him as a team player and great guy during difficult times. I also tracked him, with pride, after graduation. My sincere condolences to all of his family, and hope that he will rest in peace.

 

Suzanne Gironda posted on 10/10/19

Hold tight to fond memories of Roger, husband and father for comfort.. lean on friends and family for support. The Gironda family sends out condolences to you - Karen, Staci and Drew Love and peace to you and your family. Suz, Stephen and Dan

 

Denyse Doerries posted on 10/10/19

Jane changed how I did my work . She helped to create a way of thinking in being in our organization that helped us focus on our strengths and what works . Thank you Jane!

 

David Rinker posted on 10/10/19

Randy and I were in school at ETSU from 1976 until 1981 or 2. I always considered Randy as a great friend and a mentor. If he ever mentioned me I would consider it an honor. I truly valued our college friendship. He and I used to enjoy riding in his Carmenghia and drinking Bach beer. I am truly sorry I did not search him out on the internet sooner. I really considered him a great friend. May he Rest In Peace. I am a much better individual because of his older brother steerage.

 

April Cosgrove posted on 10/9/19

I remember Roger dating my cousin Karen and then attending their wedding. Karen was such a beautiful bride and he was so proud of her, Their daughter was the flower girl at my wedding years later and I remember that proud look he had of her. My cousin Karen is a strong woman and has a wonderful wife to Roger. I will keep Karen and the kids in my prayers. My deepest condolences to you all.

 

Tom & Marcia Woodka posted on 10/8/19

John share his love of Army football with our rivalry in the Army - Navy game. While I cheered for Army in all other games, a a Naval Academy grad of ‘62, there was once a year we cheered for a different team! John was a true professional and devoted Catholic. We looked forward to seeing and visiting it the 5: 30 Mass. He will be greatly missed but the thoughts of him will linger forever. May he Rest In Peace. Tom & Marcia Woodka

 

Susie Rushlau posted on 10/8/19

I will always hold a special place in my heart for Mr. Maloney. His example is one of the big reasons I am a DRE and Youth Minister today-He was definitely a pivotal player in my journey of faith. Plus, I give him big “props” as he was the first brave man to allow some yahoo teens to start up the 1st Catholic Youth Group at St Jerome. Fond memories! May God welcome His good and faithful servant home. My heartfelt condolences to Mrs. Maloney & Tim. Love, Susie (Klesch) Rushlau

 

Nicole Delacruz posted on 10/7/19

My condolences to Jo and Timmy, Mr Tim was wonderful, insightful, intelligent. He always had stories and joke's to tell. As also always was very compassionate towards everyone and always had great advice. Mr. Tim will be greatly missed. Thank you for all that you did. Amd for being my best mentor.

 

John Klesch posted on 10/6/19

Jo and Tim, our deepest sympathy to you on the loss of a man who was dearly loved by many . God bless you for caring for him and with him over all these years. He and you are in our prayers. John & Jeanne Klesch

 

Sandra Hooks posted on 10/4/19

Jo and Timmy, my heart breaks over the loss of Tim. He was larger than life and I was sure he would outlive us all. When my father passed away, he was there with such open and loving arms. He said he always considered me his daughter and would be honored to be my second dad if I wanted. I was honored and blessed to have him in my life. Then when my first husband, Leon, passed from cancer, he was right there at a moments notice for anything I needed, even when I did not know what I needed. Tim and Leon were such good friends. Time slips away and is far too short. I brought my second husband, Doug, to meet Tim and Jo so they could see the wonderful person he is and he could see the amazing people Tim and Jo were, and how important they have been to me for most of my adult life. Rest In Peace my dear friend and know how much I love you.

 

Bob & Marilyn Fisher posted on 10/3/19

Bob & I send you our deepest sympathy and love at this difficult time. We remember fondly many happy times together with you and Tim.

 

Bill Schneider posted on 10/3/19

I am so sorry for your and my loss as I had become very fond of Tim during my weekly visits. We had so much to talk about about each week: our sea experiences, the books we read and life in general. There was never a week after I left that I did not feel uplifted by his enthusiasm and incite after our discussions. He had much love for you and Timmy and he was always so appreciative for your care and help. He was a wonderful person and I and all who knew him will miss him greatly.

 

Mike Redshaw posted on 10/3/19

Tim was my shipmate in HS-11 aboard USS Intrepid so many years ago. He was a great shipmate, friend and professional maintenance officer. Have always remembered him fondly and glad to see that his life after Navy was so successful. Blessings to the Family. Will remember him at Mass. Good bless !!

 

Bobby Sue Silvey posted on 10/3/19

I'm so sorry for your loss, Jo. I hope the wonderful memories you have will be a comfort to you and help you through this difficult time.

 

 

Karen and Todd Ostrosky posted on 10/2/19

Jo and Timmy, Tim will truly be missed but never forgotten he will always be in our hearts! I remember Halloween's in Orange Park when Tim and my father decorated the front porch, dressed in costume and scared the crap out of us! It was great fun! We are so sorry for your loss. Please know we are here for you. Love you!

 

Doug Hooks posted on 10/2/19

Jo, I am so sorry to hear about your loss of Tim. I am so happy that I had the opportunity to meet him and to connect with both of you when Sandra and I visited y’all a couple of years ago. I love you both, and my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Debi Babcock & Bill Metts posted on 9/26/19

Wishing your family deepest sympathy. Our memories of Mrs. Hooker visiting Andy's Restaurant are filled with love and laughter. Your family is in our prayers.

 

Christina Hatzidakis-Houser posted on 9/26/19

I’m so sorry for your loss. Praying for you and your family.

 

Betty Hatzidakis posted on 9/26/19

David and all of your family our deepest condolences you are in our thoughts and prayers. May her memory be eternal. Betty and Andy And all the Hatzidakis family

 

Betty Hatzidakis posted on 9/26/19

David and all of your family our thought and prayers are with you. May her memory be eternal. Betty and Andy Hatzidakis and all of the Hatzidakis family

 

John and Mary Ann Palantzas posted on 9/23/19

Our deepest sympathy David and Darryl on the loss of your precious mother. May she Rest In Peace and May you always have fond memories of her, she will always be with you in your heart.

 

RHODA WILSON posted on 9/23/19

My sincere condolences to you David and the rest of the family. She was a wonderful, kind and loving woman. I will miss her smiling face and kind words. Prayers to all of you.

 

Katherine D Miller posted on 9/23/19

This is from Ms. Betty Cross and Kathy Miller...Dear David and Darrel and family we would like to extend our condolences to all family and friends in this time of your sadness. Ms. Lorene is now in the loving arms of Jesus and will not suffer no more pain....love to all...

 

Barbara Worley posted on 9/14/19

She will be missed. I knew Thekla all my life. She was Grammie’s next door neighbor. She and Grammie spent time sharing idea for recycling before it was popular. My thoughts and prayers go out to you he family for peace. She went through so many tragedies in her life. Let me know if you need anything.

 

Barbara Worley posted on 9/14/19

Barbara Worley

 

OAR of Richmond posted on 9/10/19

Dixie has been volunteering through OAR to work with the woman at Henrico Jail for a long time. We are forever grateful for the care, compassion, and dedication she showed to our clients. We send our thoughts and condolences to her family and friends, we will certainly miss her!

 

Cory Van Putten posted on 9/8/19

Offering thoughts and prayers, it has been an honor. God, Country, Family

 

Brenda Perkins posted on 9/7/19

My sincerest condolences on the loss of Mrs. Hall. Such a lovely part of our Brookdale Family. Her smile and gentle spirit will be so missed. Love to all!

 

Tom Philipoom posted on 9/7/19

I am saddened to hear of Katie's passing. I taught her in 3rd grade and remember her as a sweet, cheerful, and friendly child-- who was also eternally stylish! My heartfelt condolences to her family.

 

Tammy Penny posted on 9/7/19

I just heard about Cheryl. She was such an amazing lady and a joy to work with. My deepest condolences.

 

Sam and Jackie Bowlin posted on 9/6/19

Although we gave not seen them lately, we have many fond memories of Joe and Lyna in Theater Club. He will be thought of fondly.

 

 

Linda Panther posted on 9/6/19

You were an amazing young woman that I loved deeply and will miss so much. We still had so much more to talk about sweety. I will hold close to my heart your words to me not but a few months ago. I only wish ...you were loved lil girl xo Dueces

 

Sam Byrne posted on 9/6/19

I miss you so much Uncle Christian. I love you. From Sammy

 

Tara Byrne posted on 9/6/19

Christian. There are no words to express how much I miss you. You are my brother, best friend and my closest confidant. Now, you're in the arms of God. I love you forever. God has given me so many gifts you're definitely one of the greatest. Thank you for the time you gave me and the boys. We'll be seeing you again. My dear sweet brother, you are so in our hearts, our minds, our thoughts. There's never going to be another one like you.

 

Chuck Toftoy posted on 9/4/19

Harry was an unsung hero on Army’s football team. Because of him, Army did so well. He was a solid guy and true upbeat American. Chuck

 

David & Sylvia Tooley posted on 9/4/19

Our sincere condolences to your family for the loss of Reba.

 

Linda Heslink posted on 9/3/19

So sorry for the loss of your Mom, she was a wonderful lady. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Pudd'n Crawford posted on 9/1/19

Our condolences to you and your family Tommy and Michelle. May our Lord and Saviour comfort you in this difficult time. Pudd'n and Tonya

 

Dennis (Flynn) Ragan posted on 8/31/19

I only today heard about Mike's passing in 2013. Mike and I are related (cousins somewhere along the Buck-Watters line) and were in the same class at Serra High School in McKeesport, PA. We weren't very close, but we knew we were later and I always enjoyed Mike play basketball at Serra. So sorry to hear of his passing -- and I send my sincere condolences to the family. Dennis Flynn Ragan

 

Georgiana Kornwolf posted on 8/27/19

Remembering a Remarkable Wife, Mother, Friend

 

Georgiana Kornwolf posted on 8/27/19

I have been a fan and admirer of Jackie since first we met at William and Mary in the Fall of 1965. Even then, I sensed a charming and resolute woman full of ideas and bravado who was going to make the Department of Religion a welcoming home to her dear Jim and to the countless intellectuals and students who graced its doors. Jackie was so much more than a secretary - she was a driving force in bringing recognition to the teaching and scholarly activities within the department and recognition without. I can attest to her considerable contribution to Jim's many published works, but more importantly to the fine-honed partnership between Jackie and Jim that made these publications so outstanding. And this is what I will remember most about Jackie, whom I am so proud to call my friend : she was a consummate wife, mother, and cohort. Jackie 's smile and twinkling eyes were contagious and brought good feelings of trust and friendship to her many friends and acquaintances. She was fun to be around, full of humor and a bit of mischievousness! But most of all, besides her love and devotion to Jim, Jackie loved her daughters, Sarah and Susannah, and her grandchildren - all of whom gave her so much pride in their character and accomplishment. The devotion was mutual. The College community is in mourning. We have lost one of our finest members. RIP, dear Jackie; the angels are regaling you in joyful chorus.

 

 

Bin Barta posted on 8/26/19

Condolences to Harry's family - from the Left Coast. We were both born about the same time in Ohio about 100 miles apart. We both played 3 years as West Point fullbacks. Harry was a great man in my eyes. Administrator of the VA and jobs with the US Govt, helping veterans, and what a great Christian. He was a key player on the undefeated Army team! God's blessings. Bin

 

John Mallen posted on 8/25/19

The many life stories on the field of friendly strife at Army plus later his years in government and then again as they grew in number over the years.

 

Shirley Gallagher posted on 8/23/19

I remember Harry from Mariemont High School. He was in the class behind us but always was more of a member of our class after we graduated. He was an outstanding person and contributed so much to our country.

 

CAROL TOOLEY HALL posted on 8/21/19

My prayers and thoughts are with the family. Pat worked with me years ago at Pantry Pride. I know she will be missed.

 

Shelly LaBarre posted on 8/21/19

Sending my deepest sympathy as I just heard of your dad's passing. Thoughts and prayers are with all of you as you embrace your dearest memories of him.

 

 

Jim & Nela Fula posted on 8/16/19

Our condolences, she was a special.lady and is reunited with her family in Heaven.

 

 

Tanya Arruda posted on 8/16/19

My sincerest condolences. So very sorry for your loss. Sending prayers of peace may she once again be joined with her loved ones in heaven.

 

ann merlino posted on 8/14/19

to my dear sister. see you in gods kingdom

 

Kris Blood posted on 8/13/19

Sherri and family We are so very sorry to hear about your loss Hugs the Blood and DalPozzol families

 

Patricia (Bass)Fisher(Howard-husband) posted on 8/9/19

Although I never got to spend a lot of time with Jessie, (JP as we called him), I will never forget the wonderful times we had when my family and I would visit he and Thelma during the summer when school let out. That was many, many years ago when i was a teenager.Their kids were my age, (well pretty close anyway)! Don't remember what we did back then, but I do know we had a good time! I will miss JP very much. We always felt welcome, as did anyone who ever met the two of them! I am so thankful I had the opportunity to see he and Thelma a few years ago, after not seeing them in over 40 years. What a Blessing! Thank you Ronnie for taking us to visit them. Now there are only three of (Paul Bass') children left. Sad,but true, He will live on in our hearts forever! May you RIP brother! We love you JP. Wish we could have been there.

 

Joni Whitwell posted on 8/8/19

Dixie was one of my closest friends. We met on a golf cart many years ago and became friends that day. We played golf 2 or 3 times a week, often with Bonnie and Susan, had short talks on the phone or had lunch with other friends .usually telling about our kids and grandkids. Oh, how I will miss her.

 

Sharon E. Kressin posted on 8/7/19

Dixie was a delightful tireless servant to others. It was my pleasure to know her and work with her for the women at Henrico Prison. I shall miss her!

 

Lauren Hench posted on 8/7/19

Christian, you will be missed...… our hearts are broken to hear of this.

 

Linda & Eric Wiswell posted on 8/7/19

My Father was a man~a true man who took care of things in life that needed to be taken care of,mainly his wife and children.He loved all things that life had to offer~he enjoyed them tremendously,but my Father also was a hard worker which was born in him. My Father was a survivor and he survived a lot of things life had for him even up to the very end,he fought the battle before him. My Father is not with us,not of this life but has started a new life in a special place.One day we will all be in that special place together again,but for now my Father rest in heavenly peace❤️

 

Harold Mills posted on 8/7/19

My heart goes out to Billy's family for their great loss. Billy was my boss in The Pentagon in the 1970s. He was always a gentleman and a talented officer. He took an interest in all those who he supervised. After retirement, he was my boss at Kodak.Glad he led a full life!!!

 

 

Jim & Marinela Fula posted on 8/6/19

Donald will always be remebered for his kind nature and his great love for Mary Lou, and now may they both rest together in Paradise.

 

Bruce Taylor posted on 8/6/19

Happy Birthday, Dad! We miss you!

 

Bob and Ellin McCulloch posted on 8/5/19

Our thoughts and prayers will be with you during these difficult times.

 

Michael J. Clark posted on 8/4/19

My thoughts and condolances go out to his entire family. Rest in erternal peace.

 

Debbie McKinnon posted on 8/3/19

Sherri, I am so sad to hear about the loss of your husband. My heart is with you as you walk through these days of mourning. My prayers of comfort and peace will continue for you and your family...

 

Phelps and Ann Pennington posted on 8/3/19

Just learned from the paper that your beloved is gone so suddenly! Ann and I are so sorry! We didn't have much occasion to know him, but we know how difficult it is for you. We love you and treasure our working with you for these many years.

 

 

Myra seward posted on 8/2/19

I didn’t know him well but he was always the cutest boy in the back of the bus smiling with his then curly blonde hair. My sympathies to all of his family,

 

 

Tanya Arruda posted on 8/2/19

Donald was one of my most favorite people in this world. Very kind, warm, and loving. He was so very good to my sister Marylou especially during her most difficult times of illness. We enjoyed so very much spending time with Donald on our visits. He was so hospitable, entertaining and very generous with us always! I will never forget his love of our beloved RED SOX! Which I was told he rooted for until the end!!! Although we lived a distance away, we would talk on the phone or text very often. Our chats were always uplifting and interesting! Talked of life and family and how great full we all were to be related. Although he has gone to be with my beloved sister Marylou now, he will be very missed, but never forgotten...

 

Claudia Combs posted on 8/2/19

Please accept my sincere sympathies.

 

Henry Ayer posted on 8/2/19

I never had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Petefish but I do know his son know and that he certainly raised a fantastic young man. Prayers to all family and friends may God give you peace and comfort during this time of sadness.

 

Paul L Smith posted on 8/1/19

Mr. Don Is what I called him was very interesting person we met doing Treatment and we became Friends it was a very short one we did have lunch 1 time and we talked many times on the Phone he will be greatly miss.

 

Andrea Deagle posted on 8/1/19

I remember Jimmy as funny and fun and a good listener. Although our high school days are long gone, the memories of all those good times remain. I picture him in that blue GTO!

 

Tina Haynes posted on 8/1/19

To all who new Jimmy Petefish, I new him from my Bonanza days. Awesome friend, friendly smile, would talk to you as a friend, Heaven gained a angel. Prayers for all his loved ones.

 

Whitey Gochenour posted on 8/1/19

Pete and Joyce and family My condolences to all of y’all and keep Jimmy in your thoughts and prayers and remember the good times that you had with him for 61 years

 

 

Tina Hall posted on 7/31/19

MY condolences and prayers are with ur family at this time of sadness

 

Gene and chery johnson and family posted on 7/31/19

Dear Sherri,we are keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers

 

Sylvia & Tony Rich posted on 7/31/19

Sherri & Sharon and your family we are so sorry for your loss! Keeping you'll in our prayers!

 

Cyndi Castillo posted on 7/31/19

Oh Sherri, I am so sorry. I can not imagine. Thinking of you and celebrating his life. It was easy to see the love you have always had for one another. Take care

 

Keith A Binsfeld posted on 7/31/19

Jimmy was always an inspiration to me My heart is heavy! Prayers for a great man and all of his family God be close

 

Clark Morrell posted on 7/30/19

Dearest Sherri, I am so very sorry to hear about your and our collective loss. Jimmy was a champion for all of us, and loved and respected you more than anyone. We will all miss him greatly, and send you love, hugs, and healing thoughts.

 

 

Kathy and Roger Kane posted on 7/29/19

Blessed be the ones who have lost a loved one

 

Roger and Kathy Kane posted on 7/29/19

Sherri we are so sad for you. We loved Jimmy P . our thoughts are with you and family. Wish we were there for you. Love Kathy and Roger Kane

 

Judy & Glenn Palmer posted on 7/29/19

To Sherri and your family, We are so sorry for your loss. Please know that all of you are in our thoughts and prayers. We send our love and sympathy.

 

Butch & Lanny Freeland posted on 7/28/19

Praying for you and your family.

 

Butch & Lanny Freeland posted on 7/28/19

Praying for you and your family at this difficult time

 

 

Cindy Jordan posted on 7/27/19

Will always remember Andy's smile and drive. He was a very charismatic person. Knowing now that he can rest, in peace and without pain. Love goes out to all the lives many, many he blessed.

 

 

Joellen Blades posted on 7/27/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Robert & Lisa Perez posted on 7/26/19

Andy was a loving and caring young man. I remember the good times we had on our baseball team when he was my catcher. He was tough at the plate and he had an arm that could take anyone out trying to steal second. He made a difference on the team and he was a tremendous asset and teammate. Those were fun times! He loved baseball and it showed by his constant smile and positive attitude. We’re saddened that he has passed away but we know he’s in Heaven in the arms of our savior Jesus Christ. He will be missed. Betty, and Andy Sr. May the Good Lord strengthen and keep you during this difficult time. Our prayers are with you, always!

 

Duane Gillespie posted on 7/26/19

I met Andy a few years ago at a big Mission BBQ meeting in Glen Burnie, MD called The Academy. When we discovered that we both had worked at Outback earlier in our careers we spent all of our downtime sharing war stories, both good and bad, from our time there. We were both thrilled to be a part of Mission BBQ and getting to spend those 4 days with the Founders meant a lot to us. Even though we only got to hang out together for a few days at The Academy, I immediately considered Andy my friend. What an amazing young man. Sending healing wishes to all his family and friends.

 

Matt P. posted on 7/26/19

I wouldn't be where I am today without the love and support from the Hatzidakis family growing up. Betty and Andy were like my second parents and Andy was, and forever will be my favorite teammate. Whatever we were going through we still laughed and joked around and put on a happy face. He will live on through his family and fond memories we all have of him. You will forever be missed but never forgotten brother and I'll see you soon and we'll play catch up there as God as our umpire. Be at peace and know you were loved by many.

 

Pat Archer posted on 7/26/19

William, I wanted you to know that my prayers are with you and your family.

 

 

Lynette Harris posted on 7/25/19

Thinking of you and your family.May you find peace and comfort during this difficult time. GOD BLESS MRS.BETTY AND FAMILY.♥️.

 

 

Vona Lowden posted on 7/24/19

Mrs.Betty and family may the Lord strengthen you during this difficult time our prayers are with you!!! Ricky and Vona Lowden

 

Dawn Morris posted on 7/24/19

To all family and friends, you are all in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Jennifer Royal posted on 7/24/19

You were a great person who made a difference in my daughters life. You will be missed!

 

 

John McCauley posted on 7/24/19

Love you Little man, you will be and will continue to be an awesome little brother. Love Ya

 

Marianne Haefele posted on 7/20/19

Despite a move to NC 12 years ago....I never forgot the wonderful gals in "coffee group" on Tuesdays.... Mary Kay was a standard and will be missed. Such a lovely gal...I loved her laugh... Our condolances to Buster and the family....

 

Angela Seifert posted on 7/17/19

I was so sad to see "Charlie", as he insisted i call him, has passed. He was always so positive each time I visited him with food at the hospital. I am praying for your family. I am so sorry for your loss. Angela Seifert

 

Dianne Hardie posted on 7/17/19

Pat was a precious person, and my dog loved seeing her and her dog, Honey Girl. We will miss seeing them out and about.

 

Jeanette Calhoun posted on 7/13/19

Sending prayers for you and family at the time.

 

Dennis Hubbs posted on 7/12/19

My condolences to Aunt Claire and close family. I remember Carl and Claire from Grandma Gilleran's farm growing up. Carl went with me and my dad to get my first dog when I was 5. I will keep you all in my prayers and thoughts.

 

Joe Davis posted on 7/12/19

Angie and Billy, I am sorry for your loss. I remember your mom mostly from our high school years and stopping by your by house. Take care.

 

 

Terry Reinhardt Bedsaul posted on 7/12/19

Visiting when we were young’s and our pictures taken in front of your house. Wonderful childhood memory with Angie and Billy and you and Butch.

 

 

Linda Wheeler posted on 7/11/19

In memory of my dear and longtime friend Pat Nelson. You are loved dearly and will be missed greatly.

 

Catherine and Jerre posted on 7/11/19

Deb, we miss you so much. Your smile, your laughter and warmth touched our hearts forever. You will always be part of all that is good and special about our CW community. We are proud and grateful to call you our friend and colleague. Our deepest sympathy to your loved ones.

 

Scott Krogh posted on 7/11/19

Deb was truly a kind and wonderful lady. She was thoughtful, caring and always had an encouraging word for you. She was a joy to work with. We usually discussed the goings on at CW and would commensurate over things. She always asked how my family and our dog Chanel were doing. Deb always had a smile on her face and a kind word for you. She had a wonderful sense of humor and an infectious laugh I’ll never forget. She always had treats for the dogs of DOG Street in her basket. She’ll be greatly missed. My condolences to her family. I’ll keep them in my prayers. Rest In Peace Deb.

 

Erin Sloan posted on 7/11/19

I’ll always remember Deb’s smiling face when we worked Evening Programs many years ago. No matter how bad the weather, or how large the school group, she approached our work with joy. And I always aspired to have my Christmas wreaths look half as good as hers!

 

D posted on 7/10/19

I am so so sorry to hear of this. We met at Williamsburg hospital and I will never forget her. God bless her and you’re family.

 

Linda Doyle posted on 7/10/19

Dear Friend, you will be missed tremendously, especially your sweetness and loving nature that you extended to everyone. It doesn’t seem like I knew you for 17 years, and wish I could have 17 more to enjoy your company...You are truly missed.

 

John King posted on 7/10/19

Blessings to all family and friends of Deb. Such a wonderful lady who was also so welcoming and friendly. She will be missed so much at C W. Godspeed my friend...

 

Macey posted on 7/10/19

Deb, thank you always for supporting me and my dreams. Thank you for always shining a light on me when I didn’t feel like I deserved it. I am going to miss your smile, laugh, and genuine kindness so very much. Thank you for being a part of my life even for such a short time.

 

 

Dara posted on 7/10/19

I miss your smile and laugh. I always felt immediately calmer whenever I saw you. Thank you. I hope you are catching up with your family in heaven right now. Blessings.

 

Taz Easley posted on 7/10/19

Deb was a sweet person who always had such a wonderful smile for everyone. She was fun to talk with and her kindness to, and love ❤ for, animals was epic! I will miss her warmth and goodness.

 

JW posted on 7/10/19

My condolences to the family. Losing a loved one in death is a most difficult experience. May you be comforted by the promise in the Bible book of John 5:28,29 that all those in memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out. What a loving provision put in place by the God of all comfort which gives us the assured hope of seeing our loved ones alive again. As we await that day may Jehovah God give each of you the strength to endure this most trying time.

 

JW posted on 7/10/19

Dear family, I didn't have the pleasure of knowing your mom, sister, and grandmother but I do know the pain of losing a loved one and the grief associated with it. What has helped me to cope with the loss is the promise in the Bible of a resurrection (Acts 24:15, John 5:28,29) and that those resurrected love ones will never again contend with sickness, pain, or death (Revelation 21:4). I pray this brings you some comfort in the hours, days, and months ahead.

 

Marilyn J Jennings posted on 7/10/19

Deb and I worked together in School and Group Services (Group Interpretations) and in Evening Programs. After some initial differences Deb and I came to have great respect for each other, and we became close friends. Deb charmed her school groups, people she welcomed in her role as an Orientation Interpreter, and those she led on evening programs tours. Her smile and her laugh were infectious. She was kind to co-workers and truly cared about them. Her artistic talents with the Christmas decorations on her CW house were legendary. She often swore she wasn't going to do the decorations again. Then she'd create another unique, memorable and delightful animal themed set of decorations for her door and windows. She was a blue ribbon winner for years. Deb will be missed by so many people at Colonial Williamsburg as well as by those of us who have left or retired from CW. I trust that fond memories and happy times will bring comfort to her family. My sincerest condolences to all those who survive her.

 

 

Amy Sapp posted on 7/10/19

Your loss is already felt in the Historic Area

 

Andrea Squires posted on 7/10/19

I knew Deb as a co-worker in CW evening programs. She always told me I was her favorite storyteller and just made me feel wonderful, and she did that for all who knew her. My deep condolences to her family. She will be missed.

 

Katherine Warden posted on 7/10/19

We all have lost a beautiful lady and one I counted as a friend since she started at CW with me in School and Groups. Loved her skill with Christmas decorations. She just wouldn't give up her secrets, but would tell me stories about baking and putting them together! The guests I led on decorations tours loved hearing the back stories. Really neat when her kitties would appear in the window as we came up to her house! I'll miss you and your red cloak! Play with all the fur babies who have gone over the rainbow bridge, especially the squirrels and kitties. Love you Deb.

 

Holly posted on 7/10/19

Deb was one of the kindest people I’ve ever met. She touched my life and I’ll never forget her.

 

Angela Aguero posted on 7/9/19

Here are some memories of Dad that I recalled at his funeral: One of my earliest memories as a child – I couldn't have been more than four years old – I threw myself into my bed and cried when I found out we were moving to Puerto Rico for my Dad’s job. I was practically inconsolable because I had found out that it didn’t snow there. Dad sat down next to me and consoled me the only way Dad would do it – “Oh Angela, this’ll be great! It’ll be summer all the time! No freezing cold and no wet, sloppy snow to slip in!” He made light of the whole thing as much as he could to make me laugh, which I did. Although it really didn’t help much from a four-year-old’s perspective – I was still pretty upset about not being able to build any snowmen for the next three years – I remember feeling happy inside that Dad was trying so hard to make me feel better. Dad was also an absolute expert when it came to embarrassing us kids. I don’t know about Tim and Becky, but he managed to make me cringe quite a lot. To provide just one of countless examples, the very first thing he said to my Peruvian boyfriend Felix, who is now my husband of 33 years, was “Hey, Felix, my favorite song is Peruvian!” I closed my eyes, bracing myself. Felix, completely taken in, said, “Really?” My Dad’s response: “Yeah! Inka-Dinka-Doo!” Now, this was the very first time my future husband had ever met my family, and I just wanted to disappear into a hole. My embarrassment, of course, only increased my father’s delight. As a matter of fact, Dad liked this particular joke so much, that he brought it up again when he was in the hospital a couple of weeks ago. I told Dad that even though Felix had tested 82% native American in a DNA test, his ancestry was not necessarily Incan. “He’s not an Inca?” asked my Dad, in mock disappointment. “Well, is he a ‘Dinka’?” “He’s not even a ‘Doo,’ Dad,” was my deadpan response. Unfortunately, it wasn’t until fairly late in our relationship that I began to see very clearly how much of my own personality and passions were shaped in large part by Dad. First of all, Dad loved to read. He read the three of us bedtime stories with extensive insightful commentary, and he especially loved sharing comics with us. These fun experiences put a passionate fire in my belly to read anything and everything I could get my hands on. Dad especially loved reading about history. One day when I was about 13 years old, he called from work and said he had a surprise for me. It turned out to be numerous volumes of hardcover American Heritage magazines. The librarian at Chelsea Naval Base had given him the entire collection when it closed, because he had passed so many hours perusing them throughout the time he was there. Dad really knew how to make our brains hold on to memories when we were kids. That’s probably because he was so unconventional. And for me, those memories are as vivid today as when they happened decades ago. Dad was all about seizing the moment, no matter how small. The first thing he did before we headed for the beach one time was to pour iced tea on my face. Yes, it’s true, and no, this was absolutely not “child endangerment.” I asked him to do it while I had my head on his lap and looked up at him as he held his favorite glass of strong unsweetened tea. I reasoned that since I was going to get wet anyway, I might as well get started right away. And Dad being Dad, he obliged. As you can see, it resulted in one of those unlikely cherished lifelong memories deep in the brain that child care experts talk about so much today. When I was little, Dad told me he spoke French with his family when he was very young. This impressed the daylights out of me, and led me to a lifelong fascination with other languages and cultures, and eventually, even a graduate degree in linguistics. When Dad returned to us after a year of being stationed in Japan, I eagerly wrote to him asking for a beautiful kimono and a Japanese doll. Of course, Dad being Dad, he brought us a Japanese comic book and a package of instant ramen noodles. After I graduated from college and grabbed the chance to go to Japan myself, Dad’s first words as he bowed to me when I returned were, “From the Land of the Rising Sun comes our firstborn daughter.” Again, classic Dad. But perhaps most notable of all the interests I shared with him, and what turned out to be one of the greatest joys of my life, was our love of classical music. My first memory of this was when he took me to the public library in San Juan and clamped a big set of adult earphones over my tiny head. Out poured the beautiful sonorous notes of a symphony. I crossed my arms and looked up shyly, smiling broadly. It was a natural bond we had together forever after that. When I got my ballerina doll at Christmas, he spent a good amount of time playing with it together with me. He gave me recordings of his favorite pieces and stories for children about the great composers. Dad was my classical music buddy; we could talk about it for hours, and he always gave me his totally unique perspective. Even in the hospital, I was still learning amazing things from him. Who can I share my passion with now? Perhaps it is in this area of my life that I will miss Dad the most. Dad was a man of simple tastes and modest ambition. This frustrated me as a teenager, but I see now what a wonderful aspect of his personality this was. Dad was a gentle soul who loved animals, and he was remarkably nonjudgmental when it came to all other people. He never complained in his life, even before he died, after three extremely painful surgeries. “I can take it,” was all he ever said. I will never forget that as he was rolled away for his third surgery, as weak and frightened as he was, he managed to lift one hand to make an okay sign – like this – for all of us to see. One Sunday many years ago, when I accompanied him to church, I looked up, and there he was, speaking to the parishioners and capturing the attention of everyone! I still remember his message: “Don’t go to church just to fulfill your obligation and then forget about it the rest of the week.” Make it count, he said. Make your relationship with God count every day. And he really did, right until the end. You did good, Dad. We all love you very, very much, and will for the rest of our lives here on earth – and when we see you again in the not-too-distant future.

 

Travis Greenman posted on 7/8/19

So sorry to hear this news. May Marilyn rest in peace and rise in glory. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Kay Thorington & Tim Griffin posted on 7/8/19

Candy, You and Charlie's family are in our thoughts and prayers. Tim has many !memories of Charlie and has been reminiscing with me since we found out about his passing. I will always remember his bright blue eyes and that infectious smile. He enjoyed life and shared that joy with all who crossed his path. We send much love to all of you.

 

 

Todd & Shauntae’ Covington posted on 7/6/19

Charlie always smiles!!! Such a great man you will he missed my brother! Your patten double shaken martinis my friend! RIP

 

Wanda Williamson Mason posted on 7/5/19

Candy , my thoughts are with you and your girls

 

Jennifer Utne posted on 7/5/19

Jennifer, I am so sorry for your loss! I regret that I did not have the chance to know Charles as the wonderful, caring, husband and father described here. I do know that your presence was what he wanted while at the hospital, and your devotion to him and your family was evident to all. May you find peace and hope in the days to come! Blessings, Nurse Jennifer

 

Joe and Barb Everling posted on 7/1/19

We are so sorry for your loss. Just found out Richard passed and feel so bad. God Bless you and the family.

 

ab posted on 6/28/19

I’m so sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort (Psalms 83:18 Jehovah & 2Corinthians 1:3,4) comfort your hearts while we await His Kingdom government that Jesus prayed for in the Lord’s Prayer. Revelation 21:3-5 promises us He will soon end death and make all things new.

 

JW posted on 6/28/19

Dear family, you have my heartfelt condolences. May God the Father of tender mercies (Psalm 83:18) strengthen you all during this difficult time and may your cherished memories comfort you as you await His loving provision of a resurrection when you may be reunited with your dear loved one again (John 5:28,29).

 

India posted on 6/28/19

Please accept my condolences. I am confident that our loving God will provide you with comfort and peace during this time. “Praised be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our trials so that we may be able to comfort others in any sort of trial with the comfort that we receive from God.” - 2 Corinthians 1:3,4

 

David Edwards posted on 6/21/19

Mary Ellen, I am so sorry to hear of your husband's passing. After reading about Charley, I know he was a special person full of life. I lift up prayers for you and your family.

 

Elizabeth Lipford posted on 6/21/19

Mary Ellen and family, I am so sorry to hear about Charley's illness and passing. He was a kind soul and always made me laugh! You are in my thoughts and prayers! Elizabeth Lipford

 

Steve Hicks posted on 6/21/19

James Bauer was a good neighbor and friend who was always willing to lend a hand when needed. He was a great asset to the neighborhood and a positive influence all around. He will be profoundly missed.... Rest In Peace James.

 

Alicia L. Akrie-Williams posted on 6/19/19

Sending my condolences and Prayers to The Bauer Family. Mr. James was such a nice and Funny character that I grew to love. He would always pick with me when he would see me. He will be missed deeply

 

Beth H Chambers posted on 6/19/19

I will miss Charlie so much! He made the world a better place. I know him as a neighbor, and our neighborhood is some much more beautiful because of him. In his retirement, he worked daily as a landscaper and gardener. He was so knowledgeable about plants, and of course so many other topics from archaeology, history, to human nature and society. Deepest sympathies to Mary Ellen and Charlie's entire family.

 

 

Michelle Brown and Allen Brown posted on 6/19/19

MAY YOU REST IN PEACE JAMES NO MORE PAIN YOU ARE RESTING WITH YOUR HEAVENLY FATHER GOD BLESS YOU WE WILL MEET AGAIN MAY YOU ALWAYS BE WITH THE LORD. GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. IN LOVING MEMORY OF JAMES ALLEN BAUER.

 

Isaiah Cooke-Bey posted on 6/18/19

Rest in peace James. I'll remember the times we shared all the fishing trips on the York and and the 80S ROCK AND ROLL MUSIC lol. You taught me alot of things about machines and vehicles and the outdoors. I appreciate you helping me out in all my times of need. You sure had a passion for your motorcycles and vehicles and you always knew how to cure boredom and make a dollar lol. Rest in peace James. Don't worry I'll tell stories to my friends and future family of all the halarious and educational times I had with you. Rest easy.

 

Jay Morris posted on 6/18/19

Because of Charlie, Heaven is a better place to be now. What a fun guy to watch wrestle.

 

Jackson Family posted on 6/17/19

We would like to express our deepest sympathy. May all your good memories out weigh your sadness during this difficult time. Isaiah 25:8

 

Michelle Squyars posted on 6/17/19

I LOVED working with Charley in the field. Of course, archaeology never felt like work. And with Charley around it was a fun adventure. He taught me so much about the art and science of our work and how to not take life too seriously. And he was madly in love with his soul mate, Mary Ellen. His passing is a huge loss to so many.

 

don mann posted on 6/16/19

Dear Bob, I am so very sorry for your loss of your wonderful wife Cindy. I pray for your strength during this very difficult time - for you and your family. I haven't seen you in a few years but I have certainly thought about you so many times over these years. I hope our paths cross again soon. My heart hurts for you Bob. May Cindy Rest in Peace as God continues to bless you my Friend.

 

Barb posted on 6/16/19

You will always be with me, sweet Charley...thankyou for everything...I loved our shared interests and chats. Our favorite art reminds me of you. Tend Heaven's gardens and smile that beautiful smile, dear friend...rest in peace xox

 

 

Barb posted on 6/16/19

Thankyou for the wonderful conversation and love of history that we shared. I will love and remember you always, your warmth and humor...rest in peace, Charley

 

Gail Albert posted on 6/15/19

My memories of Charley are mostly of him peacefully smoking his pipe and walking a dog up Newport Avenue. He loved to stop and talk and to tease me about our shared 1970s, hippy, liberal etc. backgrounds. Charley always said that he had “married his best friend”; he had hit the marriage jackpot and he knew it- Mary Ellen took such good care of him when he became ill. Charlie was a hell of a gardener and helped me many times over the years with advice, digging, and planting- I will think of Charle whenever I enjoy my day lily border, walk by Pollard Park, or smell tobacco smoke from a pipe.

 

Ruth Anne Clarke posted on 6/15/19

I am thankful for knowing Charley and Mary Ellen in Williamsburg and reconnecting via FB a bit over 2 years ago. I am so amazed at the openness and generosity of Charley in every conversation we had (mostly through messenger). My hope was that I would get to visit them in the "burg" sometime soon. So, so sorry I waited too long. Thank you Charley for the friendship and the dry-ink engravings you gave me many years ago. I still cherish them. Love and hugs to you Mary Ellen!

 

 

Debra Betts posted on 6/15/19

Charley was kind enough to share his knowledge with me about the Scottish border region. I am so saddened by his passing. My sympathies to his wife and family.

 

Lamonte and Lisa Tucker posted on 6/14/19

Bob, we were so saddened to hear of the loss of your precious wife. You both were such an encouragement to us early on in our marriage, and we are so grateful to both. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. I pray that our Heavenly Father comforts you until you are reunited in Glory. Just know that we are just a call away if you ever need us. We love you!

 

Jerri & Dave Weatherly posted on 6/14/19

Bob, Dave and I can't imagine the depth of your sorrow at this moment in time but we hope that you will find some comfort knowing that her love for you is eternal and she is holding Samantha in her arms once again. Cindy loved and cared for her family, her friends and all of God's creatures with her whole being. She was the dearest friend who had the kindest, most gentle heart with the deepest faith of anyone I knew. We were so blessed to have shared in her life for all these years. I will sorely miss our long talks of God and His love for us all, along with the beautiful, uplifting letters she wrote to me. She will be in our hearts forever as we know she will be in yours. As she always signed her notes or cards to us, we are "Loving you Dearly", Jerri & Dave

 

 

Caroline Ryan (Armstrong) posted on 6/14/19

Thank you Charles for making such memorable, erudite & often kind & witty posts on our FB group! You are sorely missed.......

 

Jeff and Ann Dunn posted on 6/14/19

Cindy’s life gave us memories too beautiful to ever forget, from the Keys to Virginia. We may live in silence for the moment but know she would want us to move forward, but always remember to be kind to every being we meet as we are all God’s creatures. What an amazing person and what a remarkable life. We feel so lucky to have been part of her life and will keep her in our hearts forever. Those we love don't go away, They walk beside us every day, Unseen, unheard, but always near, Still loved, still missed and very dear. Sharing your sadness, Jeff and Ann Dunn

 

Julie gerst posted on 6/14/19

I will miss your posts and your kindness Praying for all the family

 

Pat Jordan posted on 6/13/19

I wish I had known you, Charley. I and a good friend "happened on" Flowerdew quite by accident and during the very early digging. My friend and her husband went on to help with the uncovering. I wish I'd run into you and had a chance to chat. You must have had the "funnest" of lives, and I wish you "Happy Digging" in the Great Beyond.

 

Mary Tutor posted on 6/13/19

Bless his heart. He was so excited about life, History and his family/friends! I’m going to miss him and his great way of looking at History. We were Military Brats at the same time and in 1968 I was in England and he was in Germany! Huge hugs for Ellen, family and friends. Love you Charles Hodges and I know you’re pain free, Now!! Go on and Sir Joey woofs, “Run Like The Wind”!⚔️

 

Mary Tutor posted on 6/13/19

Bless his heart. He was so excited about life, History and his family/friends! I’m going to miss him and his great way of looking at History. Plus we were Military Brats and we we’re overseas at the same time, he was in Germany and I was in England. Huge hugs to his wife Ellen, family and friends. His energy and memory’s will live on forever and ever. Love you Charles Hodges and I know you’re pain free, Now!! Go on and Sir Joey woofs, “Run Like The Wind”!⚔️

 

Peter Graham posted on 6/13/19

Charley I only knew you on Facebook and messenger, yet you were like a brother, your charm, wit and knowledge of history drew us together but your compassion and friendship kept as their, you managed to do what few others can, you made me smile and laugh. You will be missed more than any one can know.

 

Dan and Kathi Dunn posted on 6/13/19

Bob, We are so sorry for your loss. We know that Cindy is in Heaven with Samantha and her Lord and Savior. We were hoping to attend the service for Cindy but we have Kathi's aunt's funeral service in Central Florida on Saturday. You, Cindy and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers on Sunday.

 

Bruce Barrett posted on 6/13/19

I posted a current Wikipedia photo of Four Mile Run, Arlington, VA. Charley and I haunted the Falls Church end of the Run for our most serious adventures hunting for snakes, turtles, and other such wildlife — nothing poisonous, though one black snake did give Charley a nasty bite!

 

Sunny O Ngirmang posted on 6/13/19

It's a wonderful world when our shared love of history and archaeology connects people from all over the globe. Thank you for the humor, advise, and just beinging authenticly kind. Though we have not met, I am very blessed to have known you through other means, well, Facebook, haha, and sharing ideas on preservation and a fun twist on the discipline. May you rest in most peaceful Heavens. Love all the way from Palau!

 

Mandy Kruger Bryan posted on 6/13/19

I was lucky enough to have known Charley at Heidelberg High School. He always mead us laugh and I got to go to the senior prom with him in the castle. Even took me out to dinner for my first chateaubriand...really impressed me! We lost touch for years but we reconnected with me shortly after I lost my husband and it was so kind. Mary Ellen, I am so sorry..I understand how difficult this time is. Think lovely thoughts of your time together..you two always seemed to be laughing in your pictures.

 

Bill Brown posted on 6/13/19

I will take care of the flowers if you take care of the snakes Charley. It was an honor and pleasure to know this man whose spirit I will carry with me forever. Rest easy m8.

 

Bruce & Johanna Milchuck posted on 6/13/19

We are thinking of you and sending thoughts and prayers.

 

Judy Branscome Turman Smith posted on 6/7/19

Some of the best times of my growing up were at Sarah’s and Chucks house. She was a great cook and had a wonderful laugh when Sue and I would pick on Chuck. Jimmy was a source of great fun always. Love all 4 of you and wish for you peace and joy as you continue to appreciate each other as your wonderful family. Sue never forget we were part of the “Five Forks Four”!!!!!!!!

 

Iris Street posted on 6/6/19

Sue, Ashley, and Daniel: John and I are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Cindy Gilliam posted on 6/5/19

My thoughts and prayers go out to each and every member of Sarah's family. I am so sorry to learn of her passing, and I send you all my deepest sympathy.

 

Donald E Criswell posted on 6/5/19

In loving memory of my grandmother, who saved my life, see you in paradise.

 

 

Sheila Mayes posted on 6/5/19

Sorry for your loss. Sounds like she was a lovely lady. I work with Courtney.

 

Donna Morrell posted on 6/4/19

In loving memory of my caring Mom who was always there for all her children.

 

 

Carolyn's Pritchard posted on 6/4/19

In memory of my beautiful mother. she is coming home to dad. Love you mom

 

Sylvia Payne posted on 6/2/19

What a gentle soul and dear person. I just learned today (6/1) of Fred's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Sylvia, and Austin. I feel so blessed to have known Fred.

 

Sr Julian posted on 6/1/19

Fare well Mr. William. Thank you for being the best driving instructor. You will be missed. Rest in peace.

 

Elizabeth Lappingi’ posted on 5/31/19

I’ll always remember our time together in Clarksville - sitting on the floor playing and talking to Payton and sitting on my front steps having a glass of Chardonnay while we deadheaded my big petunia plant, and going for lunch at Wendy’s where you always got the kid’s meal. And when I’d run over and ask you to call me cause couldn’t find my cell phone! I am sorry time and distance separated us so much. We will all miss you, Loretta, love from your friend, Liz

 

Ron & Carol Carkner posted on 5/30/19

I did not know Richard personally but worked with his wonderful wife, Pam, as 2018 Two Rivers Country Club President and Interim General Manager. Despite her knowing of her husband's serious illness and spending many hours and days at Duke and Richmond, Pam always had a smile on her face and was ready to give more than asked. A wonderful lady personally and professionally. Carol and I wish her peace in this difficult time and to remembering cherish the wonderful memories with Richard and family. May Richard rest in the arms of God.

 

A Wilder posted on 5/28/19

My condolences to the family of Bonnie Brophy. Our loving Heavenly Father, Jehovah, has given us the wonderful assurance that we can see our loved ones again by means of a resurrection to an earth transformed into a beautiful paradise. (Acts 24:15). We can always rely on Jehovah to help us get through the pain of losing a loved one.

 

Ginnie Watson posted on 5/28/19

I always loved him coming to Napa, he was a very sweet man

 

Ginnie Watson posted on 5/28/19

I loved having him come to Napa to see me, he was a very dear man

 

WILLIAM BENTONETTI posted on 5/26/19

I have and will forever consider Martin the best high school friend I have ever had in Chapel Hill, NC. I hate he is no longer around to share his special soul.

 

Tom Willis posted on 5/24/19

During our time together on the Boards at Pacific Life I came to know and admire Fred for his wisdom and his courage. He was always professional and a true gentleman. My prayers are with Sylvia and Austin.

 

Ava Brown posted on 5/23/19

My memories of Fred are always heart warming. He was such a calm and gentle person. We all looked up to him because not only because he an intelligent man but he was caring and loving and he always set a good moral and ethical example for all of us. He had such courage. He was so dedicated to his wife, his son, his sisters. After the death of our parents, Fred became our “parent “. He stepped into shoes that were very hard to fill and he filled them wonderfully. My heart is grateful to God that he was my brother, and my friend...

 

 

Christine Northmore posted on 5/23/19

Love you forever my friend

 

Christine Northmore posted on 5/23/19

I met Bonnie in 7th grade band class. She sat behind me playing the saxophone. That’s how everything started. We did everything together throughout middle & high school in Farmington, Michigan. We went to different Nursing schools, different nursing jobs, dating . She was Chapter Sweetheart for the Berkeley Chapter of DeMolay. We kept in touch after she moved to NJ, got married to Kevin & had Danny & Andrew-her beautiful boys. She has been my dearest friend for 50+ years . My heart aches now that she is gone. She left us so suddenly. Can’t wait to see her in Heaven

 

Rich Bucha posted on 5/23/19

I only knew Frank for about 6 months. We were working together to trying to secure business. In those 6 months I could tell that Frank was a man of his word and close to the Lord. I'm so sorry for your loss but truly believe his smiling down on his family which he held dear and all of his loved ones.

 

Jackie R posted on 5/21/19

Dear family. I am very sorry to have read of the recent death of your loved one, William. Please accept my sincere condolences. I would like to share something that I have personally found to be very comforting. It is found in the Bible at John 5:28,29 and also Revelation 21:3-5. These verses tell us that soon God is going to bring about a resurrection of our dear loved ones, as well as do away with all of the many causes we have for suffering, including sickness, pain & death. Knowing these truths have always comforted me and it is my hope that these thoughts from the Bible will likewise comfort your family and will also ease some of your pain during this most difficult time in your lives. I have also found very comforting information about what hope there is for our deceased loved ones on jw.org.

 

Jackie R posted on 5/21/19

Dear Family, I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one, Bonnie. My sincere condolences to you. May you think of the many beautiful memories that you shared with her, and cherish those precious moments. May the God of all comfort caress your heart with his living promise to one day reunite you together again, in the future paradise mentioned at Revelation 21:4,5. Our Dear Heavenly Father Jehovah (Psalms 83:18) knows the many tears you cry, and He will sustain you, if you let him. I hope that you can find comfort during this difficult time. If you would like to learn more from the bible about why we die or why does our loving Heavenly Father allow so much suffering and injustice, please feel free to go to jw.org to find satisfying answers.

 

Anne Smith posted on 5/21/19

I first knew Bill Bryant as a teenager. At that time he was editor of the Virginia Gazette and I wrote a student column and youth news articles for him. It was a delight to call him friend both then and throughout his life. Bill was committed to the good of his Williamsburg community and also to the greater community of mankind. His concern for inclusiveness, the value of diversity, the importance of equity and the betterment of all was demonstrated in countless ways throughout his lifetime. He stood strong and lived a constantly principled life. Bill leaves an enormous void painful for all who knew him.

 

SHARMA STEVENSON posted on 5/20/19

My deepest symphony to all of you. No one knows what to say to put you at ease during these hard times but know that i am praying for all of you. And i love you all!

 

Cheryl Leu posted on 5/18/19

People who met Mr. B on tour will never forget him. His passion for life, history, human kindness, and the future was more than contagious. I had the honor of working with and learning from him. He will always be an inspiration to me.

 

Carmella posted on 5/18/19

May god cradle you Beth and your children ,grandchildren, and yours and Mike,s siblings in his arm . his well not ares

 

Debbie Moriarty posted on 5/18/19

Bonnie was one of the most compassionate nurse I ever new and supportive, loving friend. I will always cherish the years I had the privilege to work with her and the support she gave me when my husband, Ed was ill. My thoughts and prayers are with Danny and Andrew.

 

 

Tammy Barrineau posted on 5/18/19

A wonderful "power couple" in our community!

 

 

Tammy Barrineau posted on 5/18/19

Beth, Love to you and your family.

 

SHELIA FLEMING posted on 5/17/19

May our Lord bless and comfort you and your family during this time of grief. Please accept my sincere condolences.

 

Edna Malpass posted on 5/17/19

Bonnie has been a great friend to me for over 20 years. We talked almost daily about everything. Bonnie loved her sons Daniel and Andrew with all of her heart. I miss her deeply but I know this is only a temporary absence as she is in Heaven and we will all see her again someday.

 

AUNT LUCILLE & UNCLE IGGY d'agaati posted on 5/17/19

BONNIE'S MOM KAY WAS AUNT LUCILLE'S SISTER. WE FIRST MET BONNIE AND HER TWIM BROTHER BRUCE WHEN THEY WERE INFANTS. OUR FAMILIES SHARED MANY EVENTS. OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH HER AND HER SONS DANNY & ANDY. MAY BONNIE REST IN PEACE. WE HAVE SO MANY HAPPY MOMENTS TOGETHER AS FAMILY. MAY OUR LORD BLESS YOU BONNIE

 

Cornell A. Carpenter posted on 5/17/19

Professor Bird was one of my very favorites at VA Tech in the early 1970's. He was very caring and personable, and he gave such practical advice. I will always have such wonderful memories of him. God Bless

 

Cornell A. Carpenter posted on 5/17/19

college professor

 

Mark Lyons posted on 5/16/19

Lynne and I are saddened to learn of Fred’s death. Fred was a special man — an accomplished and respected professional, a man with an amazing wide range of interests, always with a good story and a great sense of humor. And he was always a gentleman. Sylvia and Austin, our prayers are with you at this difficult time.

 

Kim Blevins posted on 5/16/19

Fred was not only our brother, he became our protector, mitigator, confidant, and father figure after our parents passed. He was always so calm it made every situation calm instantly. He was a pleasure to be with because of this, as well as his humor and honesty. We could always depend on Fred to settle a dispute among the sisters fairly, and for some reason we always did what he said or suggested. He was a role model for anyone who had the opportunity to be around him. For my nephew Austin, and my sister-in-law Sylvia, always know we are here for you both forever, without question. Praying for all of our strength and comfort. Until we meet again Daddy-Bro.

 

Samantha Melton posted on 5/16/19

Sending many condolences to my cousin Austin and aunt Sylvia through this hard time. My uncle Fred was one of the kindest, strongest and intelligent person I knew. One of the things he taught me was that no matter how hard things get be strong and persevere. I’m glad that I had the chance to have a bond with my uncle and learn about the many landmarks and history he taught me to appreciate every time I visited him.

 

Jordan Melton posted on 5/16/19

Uncle Fred was a standup guy. Always kind, patient, and knew where the good food was. Plus he could tell you the history of a national park better than Wikipedia could. I’m glad that I had the opportunity to make the unforgettable connections with uncle Fred during my life and will enjoy telling those stories to my family someday.

 

Pacific Select Fund Board of Trustees and Pacific Life Management posted on 5/15/19

Dear Sylvia and family, Fred was an outstanding Trustee, colleague and friend. He brought tremendous value to the Fund and the Shareholders he represented. We will miss him greatly. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family during this very difficult time.

 

Brenda Melton posted on 5/15/19

Fred was a truly amazing big brother. He was always filled with wisdom, adventure, and ideas for having fun! I remember Fred once taking me to play tennis when I was young, after telling him I learned how to play the game in school. As any big brother would, he served me a very humbling defeat on an extremely hot and sunny summer afternoon. But, as always, Fred knew exactly how to soothe my deflated spirit; a vanilla ice cream cone and a trip to the movies to see the, then, new film Airplane! We sat in a nearly empty theatre eating our ice cream and laughing so loud at the hilarious antics and jokes of the characters in the movie. We had the best time! This is just one of the many wonderful memories of my brother that I will always cherish. Forever in my heart, my dear brother ….

 

Kyle Melton posted on 5/15/19

When I met Fred, for a while he was "Fred Blackmon," but he became a brother. I always admired his intellect, wry sense of humor, and disciplined approach to life. I am happy to have gotten to know the relaxed, living his life Fred. I cherish the time my family and I spent with him and Sylvia during the holidays, up north in Michigan, and our frequent visits to Virginia. Fred kind of took on the “dad” role with me and my wife, his sister Brenda (Renée). He was a kind, generous person, who certainly knew the best places in every town for the best food and drink, and I always learned something from him. I especially appreciate how he cherished my children. A great and honorable man who will be missed and never forgotten, rest in peace my brother, and I wish tranquility and blessings to his wonderful family Sylvia and Austin.

 

Virginia Smith posted on 5/14/19

I was saddened to learn of Bill's passing. Marian, Pat, my husband and I always had such fun sharing stories of our sons' adventures. Sending comfort and love...

 

Patricia melton posted on 5/14/19

I will miss Christmas visits. PRAYING FOR YOU AND your mother ..

 

John Alexander posted on 5/14/19

Barb, Rachel and Ashley, It is with great sadness that I heard about Frank's passing. No words can express the sorrow we feel for you all at this time. Please know that you will be in our thoughts and prayers and feel free to reach out to us if you ever need someone to talk to. May GOD be with you all during this difficult time.

 

Bob and Susan Dood posted on 5/14/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with Sylvia and Austin during this difficult time. We will miss our summer visits in Michigan. May God Bless the Blackmon family. Sincerely, Bob and Susan Dood

 

Patricia A Rosenberg posted on 5/14/19

Fred was the best brother, he was so thoughtful but in such a unassuming way. I remember as a young girl telling him I loved jazz and sure enough for Christmas I got my first Jazz album, Nancy Wilson. Our love of music and art was always our touch stones. From 3 dog night to Hedge and Donna. There are so many wonderful memories, including him and Syl colluding with my future husband to take care of the children so he could take me off to ask me to marry him. He had a passion for history,art and GOLF!! How do you tell your hero goodbye? He is my angel in heaven now.

 

Lisa Bagwell posted on 5/13/19

Barb, So sorry to hear about Frank. Praying for all of you.

 

 

The Franzoni Family posted on 5/13/19

We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We love you. God bless...

 

John Milliman posted on 5/13/19

Fred was a learned but gentle soul, with a wide range of interests and experience. We could talk about classical music or water issues in California, to mention just two . Tuesday lunches and the Middle Plantation Club will be diminished without Fred.

 

john milliman posted on 5/13/19

Fred was a gentle and learned soul, with a wide diversity of interests. We could talk about classical music, water issues in California or any number of other things. Tuesday lunches at the Middle Plantation Club will be diminished without his presence.

 

Bobby McSwain posted on 5/13/19

I was so saddened to hear about Frank. We were coworkers for several years but developed a friendship recently as well. I will miss him. I am sorry for your loss and pray for God's peace and comfort for the family in the coming days.

 

Cheryl Vierheilig (Balkovec) posted on 5/13/19

Barb, My deepest sympathy to you and your family. I am so sorry to hear this news. May Frank Rest In Peace

 

Melissa Sasso posted on 5/13/19

Barb, So sorry for your loss. May you be comforted by the love and prayers of friends and family

 

bobby blackmon posted on 5/13/19

We were sadden by the news of the passing of my nephew, Fred. Although we were not close geographically, my relationship started with him and his siblings as their parents, my brother and his wife, would visit the family farm in Alabama starting when their children were very young. Those were enjoyable times. Over the years, we saw each other from time to time. Early in his career, he drove down to the farm alone to visit with my mother, his grand mother and me. He told me how he enjoyed the solitude of the country. I later moved to the St. louis area. I remember he and Sylvia spent overnight with my wife and I on their way to Colorado, again a good visit. I will remember him as very kind with wisdom beyond his years. Our prayers to Sylvia, Austin, and the rest of our family in this time of sadness. We love you all. Your uncle Bob, aunt Luceter, and your cousins Angela and Jordan.

 

Aimee Eubanks Davis & Family posted on 5/13/19

Sincere condolences, Aunt Sylvia and Austin! I will always remember Uncle Fred's warm smile. Lots of hugs coming your way from Chicago.

 

Kelsey Lee posted on 5/13/19

To the family of Frank W. Youngk, I am sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in knowing that "Jehovah is close to the brokenhearted; He saves those who are crushed in spirit." (Psalm 34:18) With sympathy,

 

Kim Jackson posted on 5/12/19

You have my condolences Barb, Rachel and Ashley

 

Curt Price posted on 5/12/19

You changed the course of my life by answering my call to you in 2010. More importantly, you showed up that night. That would begin a 9 year relationship, of which I am eternally grateful for. I am indebted to you Mike, and will not be able to pay that back in my lifetime, yet I am gonna try my best. How? By doing for others what you did for me and countless others. Your no longer with us in the physical realm. Your spirit will be with me till my day comes to leave this body, as it is with so many others. I love you brother, miss ya dearly, had a good cry on Friday, and some good laughs, as you would have me. I'm fixing to cry typing this. You embodied this - "Carry the message, and if you must, use words". A true demonstration of a way of life beyond my wildest dreams. I love ya. "Bye for now".......

 

Linda Stefano posted on 5/12/19

Barb, i am so sorry to hear about the loss of Frank. You and your family have my deepest sympathy.

 

Curt James posted on 5/12/19

Barb, the Youngk and Jackson Families; Sorry to see this news.... I have great memories of us hanging out at Newmyer & Dickson and running up and down the sandsteps to WInky's. Frank, may you, Rest In Paradise!

 

Darlene (Schultz) Bigos posted on 5/12/19

Very sorry for your loss. Prayers Of comfort to you and your family.

 

 

Christine Porretto Thomson posted on 5/12/19

Beth we go back a long time. Mike was a great guy, you two were wonderful. May he now rest without pain and in peace, til you meet again. He lives in the memories and hearts of all who were honored to know him. God Bless

 

 

Sally Haynes posted on 5/12/19

Thank you for being my friend. God rest your soul.

 

jay morning posted on 5/12/19

Rest in peace my brother, you have earned it!.... one love!

 

Robert J Wicker, USN, Retired posted on 5/12/19

Michael and I were brothers although we never met in person. If Michael were to ever call me I would do everything in my power to help Michael as I know he would do the same for me. That's what brothers do. You might be confused and wondering how can this be so? Well, we come from a fraternity of brothers and sisters and we number in the 10's of thousand. In fact, we all have the same name. We're called Chief and we've sailed the seas and oceans of the world. Rest your oars, Michael. You've served your country well. You've made your family proud. We have the watch. You stand relieved.

 

 

Shirley & Dan Rice & Danny & Anna lisa Rice posted on 5/11/19

Our Son Danny & Anna Lisa will always Miss you. You were a great pastry Chef. You made their Wedding Cake. It was beautiful. I remember your Beautiful smile. Tony on their Wedding Day. God Bless. & you are with God's Angel's & your mom & Family & Friends. Loved You being with Danny & Anna Lisa.

 

Patricia Clem posted on 5/11/19

My Dear Barbie,Rachel & Ashley..no words will ever express our deep sadness in our hearts. We love you. Praying for healing within to begin.

 

Lisa Young posted on 5/11/19

Barb, I was so saddened to hear about your husband. My thoughts and prayers are with you, your daughters, and family. Please accept my deepest sympathies and condolences.

 

Kyle Jackson posted on 5/11/19

He was a good man, and a good uncle to me. I’m going to miss him. Sorry for your loss.

 

Pete Reich posted on 5/11/19

I had the pleasure of working with Frank the past few years at Industrial Controls. A true professional in every aspect. A man of his word. I will truly miss working with Frank. So very sorry for your loss.

 

Edward Swartz posted on 5/11/19

Barb, Ashley and Rachel, our condolences on your loss. We are thinking of you and send our thoughts and prayers!

 

Nolan Opperman posted on 5/11/19

Thoughts and prayers are with Sylvia, Austin and family...

 

Brandon Tate posted on 5/11/19

Barb, Ashley, and Rachel, So very sorry for your loss. Thinking of you all.

 

Jim &Mary Rienstra posted on 5/11/19

We were so sorry to hear of Fred’s death. We always enjoyed seeing both Fred and Sylvia at Shanty Creek. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Sylvia. Sincerely, Jim & Mary

 

Katrina Madsen Craig posted on 5/10/19

Tony (T-Bird) was one of the most genuine, kind and truly grounded people I’ve ever had the privilege of knowing. Tony was kind to everyone, truly loved music and felt it on a level most people never are lucky enough to feel, and was generous and loving in all aspects of his life. My sincerest condolences to his family, truly to Tony we were ALL family. We have lost one of the good ones, people like Tony are rare gems amidst the coals. You’ll be missed...... May the four winds blow you safely home brother.

 

Juanita Blackman Mcmullen posted on 5/10/19

Truly sorry that I did not get to know my cousin Fred as many others have but reading all the wonderful things that have been send through condolences, tells me he was a remarkable man. Take your rest now Fred, resting in The arms of God!!!

 

Harry Rivera posted on 5/10/19

It has been many many years since i last saw Fred. It pains me to lose another friend from Horizons. I pray that the family is able to think only of the wonderful person he was and the happiness that he gave everyone. God Bless the Blackman family.

 

Derrick Eubanks posted on 5/10/19

Sylvia and Austin know that he will always be with you.

 

Larry and Marilyn Gaskins posted on 5/10/19

We look forward to summer and seeing the Blackmons at their ‘up north’ home. Fred’s warm smile and friendly chats will be missed. He was special! Larry and I send our deepest sympathy to Sylvia, Austin and family.

 

Larry and Marilyn Gaskins posted on 5/10/19

Every summer we look forward to seeing the Blackmon’s at their ‘up north’ home. We will miss Fred’s warm smile and our friendly chats. He was a special guy! Larry and I send our deepest sympathy to Sylvia, Austin and family.

 

Nichel Sprawls posted on 5/10/19

Dear Lord, we ask You to send Your peace to Austin and Aunt Sylvia who are in this time of mourning. Continue to surround them with family, friends and loved ones who will offer words of comfort. Give them sweet and restful sleep, healing their spirits from the inside out. Father, remove the spirit of heaviness, and give them garments of praise. In due time, bless their lives to overflow with laughter and joy again. Allow the passing to be a Home Going Celebration instead of a sad procession. As they take refuge in You, please help them to put their trust in You. Holy Spirit, we ask that You settle the hearts and minds of those who are feeling overwhelmed with sadness and help them not to look back but to press forward. In your name we pray, Amen.

 

Velva,Christine,and Dr. Jeff Clark posted on 5/10/19

It was a pleasure to work with Fred on the Cranbrook Board. Prayers and Sympathy to Sylvia and Austin

 

Velva,Christine,and Dr. Jeff Clark posted on 5/10/19

Sylvia and Austin we send Prayers and Sympathy during your loss.

 

 

Kathleen Hernandez posted on 5/10/19

I will always light a candle in your memory, broham♥️♥️ Please watch over me & Chrissie, keep us safe. I miss you so much, already. Squeeze Mom & Christine for me. I will always be blessed with a lifetime of memories. I love you, more. xoxo~Kathi

 

James Hatcher posted on 5/9/19

One of the privileges of my adult life has been the opportunity to know and work with Fred Blackmon. A truly kind, competent and caring man, many lessons on living an exemplary life can be learned simply by having known Fred. To Sylvia and Austin, Carolyn and I send our deepest condolences. How blessed you have been to have Fred as a husband and father.

 

Larry Taylor posted on 5/9/19

Sincere condolences for your lost. Fred was one my closest childhood friends in Detroit. He one the "five". Michael Hawkins, Roger Smith, Karl Sturtevant, Fred Blackmon and I were always together during middle school. We were all part of the first Cranbrook Horizons program in 1965. He will be missed.

 

Glen & Linda Starling posted on 5/9/19

So sorry to hear about Fred passing. He was such a kind and wonderful neighbor, we surely will miss him.

 

 

Sarah Marek posted on 5/8/19

My beautiful Grandma, you’re our angel in heaven and we will have you with us always. James, Sarah, Mackenzie, Timothy & Hunter

 

Amber posted on 5/8/19

We love and miss you grandma ❣️

 

Ashley posted on 5/8/19

We love you grandma and miss you so much already! give grandpa our love!

 

 

Janet posted on 5/8/19

Love and miss you Mom

 

stephen neese posted on 5/8/19

Walking down Richmond Rd. {1998)

 

stephen neese posted on 5/8/19

I'm at a loss for words.Tony was the most selfless friend one could have.Truly a free Spirit.he was inspiring. he would (literally) give the shirt off his back, If it meant it would help you.I'll never forget the time I was Homeless, No where to go. I had just got back in town.not much money,and too much pride. I was walking down Richmond Rd.Next thing remember, is Tony pulling up in His Blue Monticarlo."Hey Bro", Whats going on, he said? hop in. I told him my situation. he took me back to his place, and and said "Stay here, get your self together, and get a Job" It didn't take two days,I was working and getting myself back together. He was my Tie dye buddy.We worked together without words.we just both knew what to do, we had a system. you will always be in my heart and soul Tony. Sweet Dreams Brother.

 

babz covington posted on 5/7/19

California, preaching on the burning shore California, I'll be knocking on the golden door Like an angel, standing in a shaft of light Rising up to paradise, I know I'm gonna shine. My time coming, anyday, don't worry about me, no It's gonna be just like they say, them voices tell me so Seems so long I felt this way and time sure passin' slow Still I know I lead the way, they tell me where I go. Don't worry about me, no no no, don't worry about me, no and I'm in no hurry, no no no, I know where to go.

 

Wendy Hughes posted on 5/7/19

Your smile and energy could light up a room my friend. Your laugh itself could make other people laugh. Countless memories of youth come to mind. Dancing at shows, planning the next thing to do. You were always so full of energy. I am so glad to see your life become what it did. Happy and fulfilled. And man could you bake a mean cake! I saddened by your sudden departure. My heart goes out to your family. We are all better for knowing you brother. We will miss you but we won't forget you

 

 

Christina Obenshain Donofrio posted on 5/7/19

What I remember the most about Tony is his smile. I cannot ever remember looking at him when he wasn't smiling. He was the most cheerful, helpful, loving and caring person I can think of, and will be greatly missed! Love, Aunt Tina

 

Nora Richardson posted on 5/6/19

we will miss Roby so much always seeing him in the yard our prayers are with the family and Betty always

 

Britany Ollenberger posted on 5/6/19

Mr. Nixon had a kind and gentle soul. He will be greatly missed.

 

Joann King posted on 5/5/19

I am so sorry to hear of uncle Roby passing away. What a sweet man.

 

 

William & MARYANN KELLUM JR posted on 5/5/19

OUR PRAYERS AND THOUGHTS ARE WITH MRS. NIXON AND HER FAMILY .MR.NIXON ,WAS A KIND FRIEND AND A BLESSING TO KNOW HE ALWAYS WAS HAPPY SPIRIT, KIND AND CARING FRIEND GOD BLESSYOU FRIEND ,YOU WILL BE MISSED (.WE LOVE YOU ALL.)

 

A Wilder posted on 4/28/19

My condolences to the family of Denise Kulm. We can always rely on the God of comfort to help us endure any trials or obstacles, especially the painful loss of a dear loved one. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4). Our loving Heavenly Father, Jehovah, has given us the wonderful assurance that we can see our loved ones again by means of a resurrection to an earth transformed into a beautiful paradise.

 

Gail Saunders posted on 4/22/19

We had lunch with Mim on March 29th at the Landing. Reminiscing about music, of course, I thanked her again for playing at our daughter’s wedding. With a mischievous twinkle in her eyes, she started singing Pachelbel’s Canon in D Major — right in the middle of the dining room. We were all delighted! Special moments! Rest In Peace.

 

 

Doug and Sharon shires posted on 4/18/19

In God we Trust

 

Doug and Sharon shires posted on 4/18/19

She was always full of energy and loved her choirs which performed well under her instructions.

 

Patricia Foley posted on 4/18/19

Dear family of Joe Casey. I am the niece of Gert and have fond memories of your father when I met him several times. My favorite memory will always be when my Dad (Paul Foley) and I were visiting Aunt Gert & Uncle Joe at Paul Leshko's house. They both heard the ice cream man and were like kids running to catch him but at the same time reaching into their pocket for money to get ice cream. We laughed eating our ice cream after their successful jaunt to catch him My heart is heavy for you all. You always have a cousin in San Diego if you ever make your way there.

 

Dennis Kellison posted on 4/17/19

John was my friend and mentor. Sorry to hear of his passing.

 

Sherry-lynn beardslee posted on 4/17/19

May God bless the family and bring them comfort.

 

Patrice D. Beckey posted on 4/16/19

Dear Family~I saw your Dad's name and was amazed because I knew him and your Mom! I was Jinx's petsitter and adored your family. I have kept a letter your Mom wrote to me and I would sent it to you if you'd like. You would enjoy it. She was wonderful. I have a call into Bucktrout to see how to do this. More later, I hope. Love and prayers to you all~Patrice Beckey

 

 

Judith Hall posted on 4/15/19

Prayers for the family.

 

Anita Hungate posted on 4/12/19

Our memories of Bob began when two young guys befriended each other at Shu Lin Kou Air Station, Taiwan. Later meeting up in Falls Church,Va there were many enjoyable K of C golf tournaments, summer barbecues and the wonderful father daughter dances. Our friendship continued even with their move to Williamsburg, Va and we celebrated together the marriages of our children and births of our grandchildren. Our dear friend Bob has left behind beautiful memories for us to cherish.

 

Stuart Dopp posted on 4/11/19

I think of Patti sitting patiently, but busy with her own work, in Cakealicious during all of those Communications meetings. What a lovely, and --- I know--- loved person. I am thinking of you and your family.

 

Robert S Griffin posted on 4/10/19

I have many memories of Phil especially those years we worked together at Coastal Carolina Community College. We played at golf and had few pars and many great laughs. He was in my first wedding, a frequent visitor when I was recovering from Colon cancer surgery, attended my second wedding. Sadly we lost touch in recent years when we both could have continued as friends.

 

 

Nicole posted on 4/9/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Losing a loved one in death is too much for us to handle alone. Our loving Heavenly Father promises to help you through this difficult time. “Jehovah is close to the brokenhearted; he saves those who are crushed in spirit”. —Psalms 34:18, 19.

 

Nicole posted on 4/9/19

I am so sorry for your loss. The death of a loved one is too much for us to handle alone. During this difficult time may you take comfort in God's promise to comfort and help you with your grief. "For I, Jehovah your God, am grasping your right hand, The One saying to you, ‘Do not be afraid. I will help you' ". Isaiah 41:13

 

Don Reynolds posted on 4/9/19

Patsy was one of the brightest lights from Deptford and one of my golden chains to NJ. In later life I did not see her much but she introduced me to sponge Bob and made me see the good in Pokémon. She also reintroduced me to eating liver which I will never forgive! There was a time when we were inseparable and I hope that she knew there was still a loving bond at the end. You will always be a light to me. Rest in Peace and save me some potato logs.

 

 

Joann O'keefe posted on 4/8/19

Denise was a great lady she will be missed. I always looked forward to spending time helping her. My love and prayers go to the family during this difficult time. ❤️

 

Trudy Cunningham posted on 4/8/19

Sorry for the families loss prayers for ypu all. I knew Patsy since she wqs born,i am friends with her Mom. I

 

Dorothy Foxx Hall posted on 4/8/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you and all of Denise’s Family. You made her time on earth a wonderful memory for her.

 

Michelle & Andy Newton posted on 4/8/19

Out thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time

 

 

Judith Hall posted on 4/8/19

“Ancient Egyptians believed that upon death they would be asked two questions and their answers would determine whether they could continue their journey in the afterlife. The first question was,’Did you bring joy?’ The second was, ‘Did you find joy?’”

 

Tom and Pat Whitehead posted on 4/8/19

Sending prayers and condolences to the Dunleavy family. Very sorry for your loss

 

Christina Mullane Amey posted on 4/7/19

Such a wonderful person, gone too soon. My thoughts and prayers are with her family that your memories will bring you peace and comfort in time.

 

Bob Byrne posted on 4/7/19

So sorry Anthony. I loved seeing you both at our first Friday gatherings and our restaurant nights ( especially The Corner Pocket). Patti put up one hell of a fight. An inspiration to all of us. God bless.

 

John Schrull posted on 4/6/19

From the Schrull family our deepest sympathy to Anthony,Jule and the entire family.Here's to the Phillies winning in Patsy's spirit this season and for years to come.

 

Cindy DiDomenico posted on 4/6/19

Andrew and Craig, I am so sorry for your loss. I have no words that will lessen your grief. Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Marie Morenc Barker posted on 4/6/19

Will always remember seeing Patsy when they lived in Deptgord. So sorry, prayers for her and her family

 

Zafar Agha posted on 4/6/19

Hi Jule, I am so sorry for your sister's loss. my prayers go out to you and sister Patricia and the entire family. may she rest peacefully in heaven.

 

Bethann Hoffman Wheeler posted on 4/6/19

So many wonderful memories of band camp, competitions and high school. Always such a kind person with a smile for everyone. My deepest condolences to her family.

 

Phil and Beckie Roberts posted on 4/6/19

Thinking of you, Anthony and your family and praying for comfort in your time of loss. Patti brought light, joy, and kindness into this world and we are better for knowing her. We will miss her. Phil and Beckie

 

Phil and Beckie Roberts posted on 4/6/19

Patti's Kindness and Joy

 

kimberlee ruehle posted on 4/6/19

Anthony I am so sorry to hear about Patti. My prayers go out to you and the family. I have missed you guys over the years. I tried to keep in touch. Patti, heaven will be a little brighter now that you are there. You were always a very special person and I am grateful to have known someone like you. You will be missed. Love you Patti, Rest in paradise.

 

Kimberly Rhodes/grossmann posted on 4/6/19

So sorry to hear about patti...what a sweet person to young to be taken from us but her memory will leave us with a smile until we meet again..my condolences

 

Kimberly Rhodes/grossmann posted on 4/6/19

So sorry to hear about patti...she was a sweet person so young to be taken away from us..her memory will stay with us and keep us smiling till we meet again..my condolences...

 

Kristina E Bergman posted on 4/6/19

I'm bery saddened by this news. I remember Ms. Pat as my youngest son's den mom. She always had good activities and smiles and patience. God Speed Pat. You were taken way too soon....you'll be sorely missed by many.

 

Kimberly Barber posted on 4/5/19

My condolences to Patsy's family. She was my friend since junior high. We reconnected on Facebook around 2009. We would occasionally get together for dinner, where we would talk and laugh and catch up for hours. The world we be less without her. I will miss Patsy.

 

Bonnie Boucher posted on 4/5/19

Thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Lori Aman posted on 4/5/19

My sincerest condolences to all of you ! I will truly miss her visits to the office (dental ) and our conversations . She shared her laughter , stories and life’s experiences when she came in . She always left me with a smile on my face . She will be sorely missed !

 

Cathy Skalamera posted on 4/5/19

Sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family great to remember the great and funny times.

 

Laurie Verdecchio posted on 4/5/19

I didn’t know Patsy well, but we bonded recently on Facebook over our puppies. I wish I had been able to get to know her more . My deepest condolences to her family.

 

Always posted on 4/5/19

I was so happy to hear that Anthony was happily married to Patti for 30 years and I was so sad to hear she was sick. You gave me such tender words for my daughter. I'm so sorry.

 

Lauren dace posted on 4/5/19

Pat I have so many great memories, and with every one of them, I can’t help but laugh. When ever you and I did anything we would always end up like Lucy and ethel. I will miss you so very much, you were a great neighbor, a great person, and a great friend. And I am honored to have known you and to been able to call you my friend. My love and prayers for your family. I love you, my friend.

 

Tom and Debbie (Herbert) Parker posted on 4/5/19

Ive known Patsy since the band days in high school. She was a beautiful person inside and out; always having a smile for everyone she met. Her love for Anthony and the rest of her family was very strong, giving her the strength to fight her illness as hard as she did. Our deepest sympathy goes to Anthony and family, as well as Mr. And Mrs. Karlsen and Julie...Godspeed Patsy

 

 

Michelle Fisler posted on 4/5/19

Pat-you were a great friend and person! I will miss our dinner get togethers and will cherish all the memories we’ve had since or boys were 6 years old! Rest in piece my friend!

 

Ellen Fertsch (Firth) posted on 4/5/19

One of the kindest, most authentic people I have had the pleasure of knowing. Patsy was the real deal. Almost every memory I have of her she is smiling. I have many fond memories of Patsy from high school, especially in band and marching band, and then later when our children went to school together. My sincere condolences to her beloved family, whom she adored beyond words. Patsy was truly a beautiful soul whose light touched so many around her.

 

Michelle Przywara posted on 4/5/19

My condolences to Anthony and their boys, mom and sister. So sorry to see this my prayers are with you all. Patty is such an awesome kind hearted person and will truly be missed by all. I worked with Patty and Anthony back in the day at Taco Bell for couple of years , lots of laughter , grief at times but their love was undeniable. I will treasure those days even more. Michelle Diemunsch Przywara

 

Jim reynolds posted on 4/5/19

I have fond memories from high school and beyond. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Matt Lashendock posted on 4/5/19

I will always remember the fun times we shared together in Junior and Senior High, especially in the band. Patsy was very upbeat, caring and funny. I wish all her family and friends peace at this time. She will be greatly missed.

 

 

Pat Gullifer posted on 4/5/19

Pat was such a devoted mother, wife and grandmother. She always smiled even when we were standing in 10 degree weather watching our boys play soccer. She was a fighter and made sure her and her family had a great life. I will miss her. Until we meet again Pat.

 

Susan stetler posted on 4/5/19

So sorry for your loss...worked with Patti on the Landscape committee for several years. She kept everyone on their toes. The community lost a wonderful friend. She will be missed..

 

Kathy lesnevich posted on 4/5/19

I will pray for your healing. We had so many good and funny LAC minutes while she was a member. I’ll miss her.

 

 

Donnabrown posted on 4/5/19

My deepest condolences to u Anthony and Samantha. Prayers and my condolences to your family

 

Brittani Mancini posted on 4/5/19

Sending lots of hugs & prayers during this difficult time♥️

 

Karen Marrow posted on 4/5/19

Deepest sympathy

 

Parris posted on 4/5/19

My most heart felt condolences to you and your family.

 

Anne C. Frey posted on 4/5/19

My deepest sympathies to the whole family... Patti and I worked together at Taco Bell in the Echelon Mall.. We were close back then but our lives took us different directs... But she was well loved and respected by all.. She will be missed... Rest in peace whole and not fighting anymore.. Hugs & Kisses

 

Brent Wooten posted on 4/5/19

Deepest condolences to you and your family.

 

Hakim Rashid posted on 4/5/19

I am truly sorry for your loss. My deepest condolences to the family.

 

Gina Milito posted on 4/5/19

I send my deepest condolences to my colleague and friend Stanley, and family. May your memories comfort you. ♡

 

Thomas Kirk posted on 4/5/19

My mother and I are very sorry for your loss and offer our deepest condolences. Patti will be missed.

 

Lynn Petrone Dorsey posted on 4/5/19

Anthony we are so sorry for your loss. Patti will be deeply missed in the New Town community.

 

Glenn Manjorin posted on 4/5/19

Your friends in New York Health and Hospitals send their prayers and love to you. Just know we are thinking of you and your family

 

Charles Brown posted on 4/5/19

Though I knew Bill for a very short time while he resided at Brookdale Williamsburg, I can hardly remember meeting someone with such a friendly and loving countenance. Each time I saw him, I thought how great it would be to really get to know this charming human being. I wish God's love and peace to his family in this time of their loss.

 

Sam Jeyanayagam posted on 4/4/19

It is with sadness that I learned of Sandy’s passing. Sandy was instrumental in hiring me 21 years ago. I found him to be a decent and genuine person - what you saw was what you got. He was passionate about everything he did - whether it be work, driving, or building relationships. He had a big heart and a warm engaging smile. Hard to believe he is no more. He is in a better place though, we will all miss him. May his soul Rest In Peace. Our sympathies to Minouche and family.

 

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Eva posted on 4/4/19

Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs. I am so sorry for your loss. Your friends at College Square

 

Pam Lorenz posted on 4/3/19

What a sweet man he was. I remember him walking his Great Dane and always saying hello as he passed by our house.My condolences to the family.

 

Lori Nordeman posted on 4/1/19

Holly, I am Carol Robertson's daughter. I just saw your grandmothers obit in the paper. She led a very long life. I know that she brought much joy to my grandmother ("Mrs. Scaff", Juanita Scaff) with their long friendship, also to my mother later on. I hope that you and your family can get through her loss with lots of joy remembering the good times. You're all in my thoughts and prayers

 

marcia kurtz posted on 3/29/19

I got to know Betsi when I first arrived at CW and under her leadership, as a new employee ,she was always to be admired for her knowledge, her kindness, and her willingness to help. She will be missed by the many who knew her and spent time with her. Our prayers are with her family and friends. A role model who taught many to share our enduring story at CW.

 

Dennis Cotner posted on 3/28/19

Betsi was a rare individual. Straight forward, knowledgeable, a rare wit and fun to be around. Rest in peace my friend.

 

Michael and Fraser Grimes posted on 3/28/19

Jane you were a unique, giving and enthusiastic person! You were a fun an loving wife to Gerry who will miss you but always love you. Please Rest In Peace.

 

Jackie Bowlin posted on 3/28/19

I last saw Jane at Steinmart. We always had a nice chat and caught up on what was going on in Ford’s Colony. She will be missed.

 

 

Karen Salyer West posted on 3/27/19

The last 16 months were hard on momma and me both. I wouldn't have changed spending that time with my momma for anything. Mommas baby sister Janet was my rock, she was with me day and night helping me and keeping me company while taking care of momma. I want to thank everyone for all the prayers, phone calls and love that was showed for me and my momma. She saw the angels before she went home, she had a glow about her that was amazing. That's the thing I'll remember the most. She went home on my sister's birthday we had both dreamed of her having a party in heaven. She's there having her party with my 3 brothers and my sister. No more pain, only joy. I love you momma, Karen

 

Esther Baker posted on 3/26/19

Karen, your Mom was such a special friend and I will miss her. She had such a beautiful smile and she was pleasant always. She loved her church and often told me so. I thank God for having us to cross paths! Hugs to you and your family members.

 

Cindy Murphy posted on 3/26/19

We are so sorry for the loss of your sister. I can't begin to imagine what that must feel like. I love you

 

 

Barbara M Whitt posted on 3/26/19

My Amazing Aunt May She Rest in Peace.

 

Barbara M Whitt posted on 3/26/19

My Wonder Full Auntie I Loved Her Very Much. R.I. P Aunt Elsie Hall.

 

Barbara M Whitt posted on 3/26/19

My Amazing Aunt Lived A Really Good Long Life She was a Wonderfull Lady. I Loved Her Much.

 

David and Katy Suiter posted on 3/26/19

What a beautiful, special, sweet lady. Always a smile for everyone. She is going to be missed. Praying for the peace and comfort of God to fill and surround the family

 

Janet Hamilton posted on 3/25/19

I have fond memories of my father Bill Schwarz telling me tales of childhood adventures with his friend Rodney. May your sadness be replaced with fond memories over time.

 

Sue Schwarz posted on 3/25/19

So sorry for your loss, my husband Bill Schwarz was a childhood friend of Rodney and they had many tales to share. Coincidentally, we laid Bill to rest March 22, 2019 in Savannah GA. He passed in November 2018

 

Paulette Atkinson posted on 3/24/19

Jane will be missed.

 

 

Deborah and Jennifer Nobrega posted on 3/23/19

Always in our hearts. Will never be forgotten. Deborah, Jennifer, Luke and Caleb

 

 

Cheryl (Bergeron) Kelly posted on 3/22/19

My deepest sympathy to Gerry and her sisters. I first met Jane in high school in Quebec City. She was a great friend. She will be sadly missed. Rest in peace.

 

Ann C. Litten posted on 3/22/19

Janie, along with our brother Lewis, was truly dedicated for over fourteen years traveling the four hour distance to help in our church “Apple Butter Making Fellowship”. These precious memories and others will truly be cherished.

 

andrea pearson posted on 3/21/19

Pat was the epitome of a dedicated volunteer; I worked along side her at Jamestown Settlement and always admire her dedication

 

Donna Watson posted on 3/21/19

I worked at Obici when she was in charge of CSR. She always had a smile. She was a wonderful lady! I know she will be missed.

 

Donna and Neal Wixson posted on 3/21/19

Pat was a special friend and will be deeply missed.

 

Marvin and Sue Crocker posted on 3/21/19

She was a lovely lady and a sweet sister-in-law. We cherish the memories of her and Lewis.

 

Sandra Halvorson posted on 3/19/19

Missing you so much. Just one more hug one more kiss. One more of your special smile and whitty sence of humor.

 

~ Steve posted on 3/19/19

Heart felt condolences to Minouche, Brad and extended family. We lost a 'lion' of a man. Both fierce and yet beautiful even, in life, love and loyalty. Yeats may have said it best.... "Pray I would sing, and sing I must, yet I weep". I owe you so much my mentor and friend. Godspeed.

 

 

Sandra Halvorson posted on 3/16/19

So many memories of my mom. I just want everyone to know she lived everyone especially her grandchildren.. thise were 3 most happiest days of her life.

 

Stacy stemmerman posted on 3/15/19

I am very sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and the family. She will be missed!

 

Tex Enoch posted on 3/11/19

Sandy and I became friends - I'm guessing - in 1971 or 72. My dad, who I worked for, met him at a golfing event and came back astounded how far that "little" guy could hit a golf ball. A short time later, I met Sandy and, over a number of drinks and played against him in a marathon air hockey match. All who know Sandy knows how competitive he is and he could not understand why he could not put away this tall lanky guy who obviously had too much to drink. Sandy's mentor at Gilbert and associates was Roswell McMullen - a great friend of my father's. He and Roswell (along with Minouche) moved to the Tidewater area and were entrusted with the building of a huge water treatment plant for the City of Chesapeake. I worked for the paint manufacturing company that supplied the paint for this project and for the next three years, I would visit Sandy and Min as I made at least monthly inspections of the project. It was through them that I met some of the closest business friends I have ever made. I will miss him more than I can ever say. He was a kind, gracious and giving friend and we shared great memories. My love goes out to Minouche and their son, Brad, and his children. May he rest in the palm of god's hand until we can tee it up again in the hereafter.

 

Pamela New posted on 3/11/19

I worked with Raley for years on FMC. She was a secretary on the maternity unit. She was kind,caring & loved her family. RIP my friend.

 

Gary Westerhoff posted on 3/10/19

Helga and I were very saddened to learn that we have lost our good friend of many years. Sandy touched many aspects of our lives and we greatly benefited from all of them. As a coworker at Malcolm Pirnie for more than 30 years, I witnessed the application of his many skills and leadership abilities as he worked with his associates and clients in the water utility industry to improve the quality of live for many Americans. We shared many good times together at water industry conferences throughout the country as well as on vacations together. Sandy and I enjoyed good times when we were together on fly fishing adventures in Patagonia, Chile and northwestern Maine. I just reread an Sandy entry made in our 2001 memory book on our fly fishing trip to Patagonia in which he listed ”Sandy’s Awakenings” as: 1. “Bonding begins with the act of getting there, and often continues during the return voyage. 2. Do the best with what you’re dealt. For us, it’s likely to be considerably greater than 95% of the rest of the world. 3. Every day and every venture offers a wealth of variety. 4. The people and their stories, make every trip unique.” While Sandy was reflecting on the recent trip, I believe his words tell us a lot about he felt and we should feel about life. Thank you Sandy! Our thoughts and prayers go out to Sandy’s wonderful wife, Minouche, and his

 

Gary Westerhoff posted on 3/10/19

Helga and I were very saddened to learn that we have lost our good friend of many years. Sandy touched many aspects of our lives and we greatly benefited from all of them. As a coworker at Malcolm Pirnie for more than 30 years, I witnessed the application of his many skills and leadership abilities as he worked with his associates and clients in the water utility industry to improve the quality of live for many Americans. We shared many good times together at water industry conferences throughout the country as well as on vacations together. Sandy and I enjoyed good times when we were together on fly fishing adventures in Patagonia, Chile and northwestern Maine. I just reread an Sandy entry made in our 2001 memory book on our fly fishing trip to Patagonia in which he listed ”Sandy’s Awakenings” as: 1. “Bonding begins with the act of getting there, and often continues during the return voyage. 2. Do the best with what you’re dealt. For us, it’s likely to be considerably greater than 95% of the rest of the world. 3. Every day and every venture offers a wealth of variety. 4. The people and their stories, make every trip unique.” While Sandy was reflecting on the recent trip, I believe his words tell us a lot about he felt and we should feel about life. Thank you Sandy! Our thoughts and prayers go out to DSandy’s wonderful wife, Minouche, and his family members and friends.

 

Tom and Carol Beeler posted on 3/8/19

We are deeply saddened by Herm’s passing but our warm memories over the years will be forever cherished. From snowmobiling, bridge club, Ford HR experiences, season theatre tickets, and the list goes on. On a funny note, sales of M&Ms and chocolate chip cookies will decrease significantly now.! We send you, Kay and the girls, our heartfelt support and love. Tom and Carol

 

Dana Henry posted on 3/8/19

I had the privilege of performing with Carolee on the Wedgewood stage. The happiest days of my life. She was truly a remarkable person. So much fun to work with. She taught me how to sew costumes and helped me make a gown in fact. I have so much respect for her and it's my loss that I was not able to convey that to her. I am so sorry at her passing. My best to Mr. Bush and so sorry for your loss, Sir.

 

Jacqueline Blake posted on 3/7/19

To the Hess Family: Please know that you have my deepest and heartfelt sympathy. Herm was a wonderful person. He loved his family and was so proud of each of his grandchildren. We worked together at William and Mary and he was not just a co-worker but also a friend. He will be greatly missed.

 

J. Moore/Volunteer posted on 3/5/19

TO the Family of Sandra PRIDE Edmonds, So sorry to learn about the loss of your Dear Loved One, Sandra. Please know that so many people share your grief with you to help you through this difficult time of sorrow. Please accept my deepest condolences as we await the time when Christ Jesus will awaken all those who have fallen asleep in death; including your Beloved Sandra. (John 11:41-44)

 

Robert H. Reinert posted on 3/4/19

I was privileged to meet Sandy through his work for public water supply, We became colleagues and friends at Malcolm Pirnie, serving our industry and eventually as neighbors upon my retirement and move to Williamsburg. Sandy and Minouche were quick to welcome us, and to treat Rosemarie and I to a wonderful dinner; we will always remember their hospitality. To Minouche and her family we offer our thoughts, prayers, and condolences. Most sincerely, Bob Reinert

 

Sara Osborne posted on 3/3/19

I remember seeing Jen Vega at school last year helping in Mya’s class even though it was hard for her because of her health. She was a loving and devoted mom who blessed her sweet daughter’s life and will keep doing so through the memories they created. i pray for the family.

 

Bruce McDermott posted on 3/2/19

​Words are inadequate to describe how much Lynn and I will miss our dear, and lifetime, friend Sandy. ​Sandy and I met in the summer before 7th grade and became best buddies. We walked to school together each day and Coach Robinson was like a second dad to me. We both went to the neighborhood Methodist church and sang in the choir, played football together, and double-dated throughout high school and college. We attended rival colleges - Lehigh and Lafayette. One of our greatest adventures was traveling around Europe in a VW bus for 8 weeks during the summer of 1968. I was Sandy's 'best man' when he and Minouche got married in 1971, and he was my 'best man' when Lynn and I got married in 1972. Moving to California made it tougher to have as much contact over the decades, but we did our best to get together for foursome golf outings and attended each other's big birthday celebrations. We will dearly miss this kind, thoughtful, and talented man and will miss his sense of humor. His memories are etched in my soul.

 

Karen (Mya's teacher) posted on 3/2/19

Although we only spoke once or twice, I know what an amazing person she must have been based on the beautiful child she has raised. Mya spoke so lovingly of her and is such a beautiful soul healed that I know Jennifer must have been a very special person. Mya and the family have my daily prayers.

 

Donna H posted on 3/1/19

Dear family and friends. I am so sorry for your loss. I have lost loved ones in death and what brings me comfort is the hope found in the Bible at Revelation 21:4. There it talks about how soon death will be no more and sickness and pain will be a thing of the past. For more information on hope for our loved ones please visit www.jw.org.

 

Tommy and Sherry Jones posted on 3/1/19

Our thoughts and prayers are extended to all of the family and friends.

 

Paul and Diane Boord posted on 2/28/19

We are so saddened to hear of Sandy’s passing. He was a special individual......caring, kind, friendly, helpful, and genuine. He will be deeply missed and never forgotten. Our hearts, thoughts and prayers go out to Minouche and family.

 

James Clark posted on 2/28/19

I'm sorry to hear about the loss of your loved one. When someone we love dies, it’s natural to want to see that person again. God promises us that He will comfort us in our trials if we go to him in prayer. 2 Corinthians 1:3 calls him the God of all comfort. I’d like to share with y’all this link that shows 12 steps on coping with grief that is good for sharing. I have personally found this very comforting and I hope y’all do as well. https://www.jw.org/finder?wtlocale=E&docid=102018086&srcid=share

 

Robin A Hirsh posted on 2/27/19

So sorry to here about Sandra our thoughts are with you Marty and family Dwayne and Robin Hirsh

 

Melanie Roy posted on 2/27/19

Our deepest sympathies. Carl, Sally, and Melanie Roy

 

 

Christie C posted on 2/27/19

I would like to express my deepest sympathy to the Vega family and friends. May all of your good memories be greater than your sadness during this difficult time. (Isaiah 25:8)

 

Gary Cornelius posted on 2/27/19

Jerry was one of the nicest people that I worked with at the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center. I learned a lot from him. I express my sympathies to Rodney and family. All who worked with Jerry were better for knowing him.

 

 

Israel Vega posted on 2/26/19

She is with the Lord now, at peace and wrapped in the wings of Angels. We will always remember her quick wit, her laugh, her smile, and her love for her daughter, Mya.

 

 

Phylicia posted on 2/26/19

We had so many adventures together.....time pushed us apart but those will be memories I cherish forever. Sleep peacefully.

 

 

Jodie posted on 2/26/19

Mr. Edmonds, We are praying for you. Mrs. Edmonds was a lovely lady who loved you. Keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers. Jodie and David De Santis

 

Jescie Conroy posted on 2/25/19

She was beatiful soul. She lit up any room she walked in and everyone loved her. I will treasure her memory and be sure that everyone continues carrying on her beautiful legacy. She was strong, brave, and courageous. My prayers are with the family and I hope you all find the strength to get through the difficult times ahead.

 

Vanessa Dozier posted on 2/25/19

I'm very saddened to hear of your loss, my prayers are with you and your family

 

 

Kelly Hector and Natalia posted on 2/25/19

My Heart goes out to each and everyone of you! Prayers and Hugs to each and everyone. Love you All❤️

 

 

Stephanie Craven posted on 2/25/19

In 4 years I didnt really get to speak to you to often in a intament setting. Unfortunately until your last final weeks . I remember a spunky quick witted strong man that loved his family so much. You spoke with me about getting right with the lord an never letting myself an personal feelings stop that relationship. You spoke of your wife of 58 years an how it may have been ups n downs you knew you picked the right women to spend life with. She in the other room telling you that you'd bet not burn a bridge with her that day. Lol you in the other room quickly explaining what you ment by your comment. It was so sweet to see 2 people that have spent what most are lucky to consider a life time together bickering from one room to the next. I remember you telling me your love for your oldest grandson Justin how proud hes made you . How you wanted us to be our best to our children an now step children. You laughed making quirky remarks about the old days . Then you spoke of your deep love for your one an only daughter Michele . You told me how much you loved her an how she may have been a tough kid she was yours and how she has been there till the end . You couldn't have asked for a better women to be by your side she took such wonderful diligent care of you . It was the sweetest thing I was able to witness. You remembered times you took her to church an love having those moments with her no matter what was happening around you both in life. You then quickly remembered going an picking up jessie your oldest granddaughter to get her ready for church an how much you loved taking her with you. We then drifted off on some kind of funny weird comments you had for your nurses that visited. You were a wonderful person . An this last Christmas which I do wish wasn't to be your last you gave my children the gift of being around such a strong patriarch. I was blessed to have known you even if for a minute in time . I love you . Rest in forever peace .

 

 

Debra Archer posted on 2/25/19

RIP Sandra I remember the good old days when my dad let me spend the weekend over my Aunt Louise and Uncle Joe.Cuz we had a good time riding bikes and playing.

 

 

kim topping posted on 2/25/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

 

Patricia P. Wilkins posted on 2/24/19

It has been amazing to be able to share Sandy's last weeks with her. We laughed, cried and loved, just shared sister time together. I will really miss my sister but she will be held close in my heart.

 

Doug Owen posted on 2/24/19

Through 30 years of working together at Malcolm Pirnie, Sandy proved to be a good partner, friend, and advisor. Sandy always had everyone's best interest in mind and was a thoughtful and gentle individual with a quick smile and a comfortable laugh. He went out of his way to make someone feel welcome and to make friends. A true professional and strong collaborator, his success in the water profession speaks for itself. I will miss him greatly. My heart goes out to Minouche and Sandy's extended family.

 

Stephen Campbell posted on 2/24/19

Karen; I am so sorry to hear about the loss of you mother.

 

Kee posted on 2/22/19

To the family, My heart goes out to you in this time of loss. Losing someone that means so much to you is very difficult, so I hope that the words at Revelation 21:4 and John 5:28,29 can comfort and sustain you.

 

Coni & Richard Johnston posted on 2/22/19

VIV was such a wonderful mentor and friend. She "sparkled" in every way. She was a petite lady with an enormous heart, strength, and courage. She will be greatly missed but not as much as she will be fondly remembered! She's in the embrace of her sweetheart Bill again.

 

 

Lisa Carmine posted on 2/21/19

So very saddened that Sandy lost his battle and leaves behind a loving family to mourn. I am blessed to have had this gracious and caring couple come into my life and allow me to care for their beautiful home and sweet kitties. A joyful, loving life built together was so evident. Prayers for your peace in this sorrowful time and Godspeed Sandy- May you be healed in heavens glory!

 

Phyllis Stevens posted on 2/21/19

Met Sandy through Bruce M. He was such a gentleman and not surprised of all his achievements. Prayers to his family.

 

Paul Peterson posted on 2/20/19

I knew Sandy for many years and worked closely with him. He was a man who combined hard work, business savvy and his winning personality to lead and mentor so many. You couldn't help but love the man. I could tell him anything (and did) and always trusted him to look out for me. God blessed me through Sandy's life and for that I will always be grateful. was a hard-working genius in his professional career and I've never met anyone who came close in terms of when it came to

 

Julie posted on 2/19/19

So very sorry to hear of Marie's passing. She was such a sweet person who always had a smile and kind word for everyone. Prayers for Mark & family for strength during this difficult time.

 

 

corey posted on 2/19/19

Thank you for the oppurtunity to care for Mr. Ball at morningside of williamsburg.

 

 

Sylvia Tooley posted on 2/19/19

My sincere condolences to Patsy’s family. I know how proud she was of her three children and I know she had endless love for her grandchildren. She loved helping children learn. It has been about 25 yrs since I last saw Patsy, due to moving from the area. Just know she was a kind and loving person. May you cherish your memories and let them help heal your loss!

 

corey w posted on 2/19/19

thank you for the oppurtunity to care for Mrs. Mcgann GOD BLESS

 

 

corey posted on 2/18/19

Thank you for the oppurtunity to take care of Mrs. Sidebottom I will always remember her kind words.

 

Reenie and Gary Niskala posted on 2/18/19

My dearest friend Gary and I are heartbroken over receiving the news of Sandy’s passing. The guy you met over the fence in St Croix. What a blessing that day was for you and Sandy. A life long romance. Sandy was kind, gentle and generous with a funny sense of humor. I remember you and Sandy dancing in the living room, still brings a smile to my face. He loved you so much. I hope that brings you comfort in the difficult days ahead. With all our love, Reenie and Gary.

 

Reenie and Gary Niskala posted on 2/18/19

over the fence in St Croix. What a wonderful day that was for you and Sandy. The beginning of a life long romance. Sandy was such a sweet soul. Kind, gentle and generous. We cannot express in words how very sad we are to receive this news. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Brad and the rest of the family.

 

Charles Murray posted on 2/18/19

So many of us got to know Sandy through our shared profession of providing essential water services but, as we got to know the goodness of this man, we became friends. No one could be more gracious than Sandy and Minouche. Our prayers are with Minouche, the family, and all who were touched by this good man. We have suffered a terrible loss. Rest In Peace to our good friend. Charles M (Chuck) Murray General Manager Fairfax Water

 

Nancy McPhail posted on 2/17/19

I had the privilege of being part of a team who worked closely with Sandy and his colleagues from Makcolm Pitnie for seventeen years on a water supply project. I can’t remember a time when he was not gracious, professional and calm. My condolences to his lovely and equally gracious wife, and to his children and grandchildren. He lived a life of purpose and goodness.

 

DS posted on 2/17/19

Warm sympathy and condolences to family and friends of Ms.Margaret. May Jehovah God strengthen and comfort each one.

 

Dee posted on 2/17/19

May the family and friends of Ms. Genevieve, be granted strength, comfort and peace. May Almighty God Jehovah bless you all.

 

DS posted on 2/17/19

May our Heavenly Father Jehovah console the minds and hearts of Kay’s love ones and friends. Please accept warm condolence. Matthew 6:9-10

 

DS posted on 2/17/19

To the family and friends of Carol Ann: May Jehovah God Almighty grant you all peace of mind and comfort your hearts during this time of loss.

 

Dee S. posted on 2/17/19

To Mr. Bill and entire family of love ones, Please accept warm condolences and allow our God of comfort, to comfort you. Romans 5: 1-5

 

Peggy posted on 2/17/19

Virginia Mason was one of the most amazing person that I have ever known. She influenced my life in so many ways. She was the perfect example of Christian. I loved her so much and will miss her. May you rest in peace.

 

Dee posted on 2/17/19

May God comfort and strengthen the love ones of Ric. 2Corinthians 1: 2-3

 

Benita Rogers posted on 2/16/19

So sorry for your loss! Many fond memories of Sandy! So thankful he hired Ed to Malcom Pirnies team those many years ago. We were just talking the other day about the awesome Mardi Gras party you’ll hosted the other day. Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers! Ed and Benita Rogers

 

Benita Rogers posted on 2/16/19

So sorry for your loss! Sandy was amazing and so thankful he hired Ed to Malcom Piernies team those many years ago! Many fond memories! We were just talking about the awesome Mardi Gras party you’ll hosted the other day. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Ed and Benita Rogers

 

Hugh Hamilton posted on 2/16/19

There are no words to say ; anyone that has ever known Sandy has all the beauty of the man hidden in his or her own heart , and that beauty will always be in the mind’s eye . It will be a testament to him for each of us to give others the love that he gave , always unconditionally .

 

MILES MOFFATT posted on 2/16/19

Sandy was a wonderful and caring man, in addition to being a consummate professional. Always fun to meet and enjoy activities together, he made sure all were welcome, and introduced folks across many miles. We miss you already, Sandy. Condolences to Minouche, the family, and all those who called him a good friend.

 

DS posted on 2/16/19

To the family and friends of Mr. Rodney: Please accept warm condolences. May our God of comfort, sustain you all. 2Corinthians 1:2-3

 

DS posted on 2/16/19

Sister Johnson was dearly loved. To the family, may God strengthen you during this time of loss.

 

DS posted on 2/16/19

To the love ones of Sandy and dear friends: May the God of all comfort strengthen and sustain each one. Romans. 5: 1-5

 

Steve Ballard posted on 2/16/19

Sandy was such special guy, and friend. I'll bet everyone that came in contact with him will say the same. But Sandy took a real interest in what you were doing and how your life was going. He was a very competitive guy, and loved to play golf, tennis, shoot pool, cards, or whatever with the full intent of winning. But he was a gracious winner and (rare) loser. There are a bunch of guys that made an annual trek to Pinehurst that will especially miss him. Most recently, he was the guy that organized it, and if a regular couldn't make it, he always knew somebody that would step in, and they were always a perfect fit with the group. In fact, it was only a few weeks ago that he sent a letter to the golf group with further details of the trip. Sandy was a terrific role model. Full of integrity, compassion, caring and generosity. And he always had a big smile on his face. He was a lovely man, a man of God, and will be greatly missed. Love ya, man!

 

Kimberly Wilson posted on 2/14/19

Dear Magus family, May all of your wonderful memories of Patsy and time help to ease the pain of missing her. Patsy was one of the dearest and kindest persons on earth. We will always be grateful that she was a part of our lives. Sending our Love to all of you, Ed, Kimberly, Matt and Harriet

 

Leslie Ochsenhirt/Judith Tomlin posted on 2/13/19

We will miss your mom so very much! We always enjoyed time spent with her! She was a kind and special lady in OUR lives. May God give your family peace now during this difficult time.

 

Rita Johnson posted on 2/11/19

Hello dear family, I am so sorry for the loss of your dear Patsy. May God give you the comfort that you need to help you to endure. One day all sickness and death will be done away with, and the dead will live again. John 5:28,29. May you be comforted by precious memories of happier times shared with Patsy over the years.

 

Rita Johnson posted on 2/11/19

Rita Johnson

 

Deb and Kort posted on 2/10/19

Barbecues, smiles, dinners and road trips - no matter the occasion, Marie was always smiling. We will miss you and always loved you.

 

Bonita Schley posted on 2/5/19

My deepest sympathy to Matthew Johnson and family. May God comfort you all in your time of need.

 

Sue Ivey posted on 2/5/19

Carol Ann was a smart and funny lady. Her creative juices never stopped flowing. I enjoyed our friendship, and I have missed her greatly. She is no longer suffering and that is not only a gift to her but a gift to all of us who cared about her. Heaven has gained an angel. RIP Carol Ann. You deserve it.

 

Janice Wynne-Jackson posted on 2/5/19

To Joyce and family. I was sorry to hear about the loss of your Mom. I will keep you and your family in prayer and pray for comfort, peace and strength.

 

William H. Reid, Sr posted on 2/5/19

My deepest sympathy to the family of Mrs. Johnson. May the Holy Spirit comfort you all during your mourning the lost of your loved one.

 

Agnes Roberts posted on 2/5/19

To Javene, Joyce, Barbara and the Johnson family, I am so SORRY to hear of your Mothers passing. YOU are in my thoughts and prayers. I pray that GOD WILL WRAP YOU ALL IN HIS COMFORTING ARMS, GOD BLESS YOU ALL, SENDING YOU MY LOVE.

 

 

Eva posted on 2/5/19

I light this candle to light your way Eddie. Rest in peace darlin'

 

Eva posted on 2/5/19

You will be missed greatly Eddie. Thank you for being a part of my life. I will remember you always.

 

Arlene Tucker posted on 2/4/19

To The Johnson Family, My deepest Condolences. You are in my prayers.

 

Mary Lou Lowry posted on 2/2/19

Kay always made me laugh. She was so much fun. Yet, she had a great depth. Truly I was blessed to have known her for over 50 years.

 

Corey, Wendy and Logan Tooley posted on 2/1/19

Sorry to hear about Kay. Always enjoyed seeing her. Thoughts and prayers for Clinton, Denise and Brooke.

 

Marcia Weinland posted on 2/1/19

“Perhaps they are not stars, but rather openings in heaven where the love of our lost ones pours out through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy.” (Eskimo Proverb) Knowing her regard for Inuit art, I think Carol Ann would appreciate this. I did not know her very long but long enough to know what a kind, generous, passionate and funny lady she was. We shared some adventures the memories of which I will treasure.

 

Marcia Weinland posted on 2/1/19

“Perhaps they are not stars, but rather openings in heaven where the love of our lost ones pours out through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy.” (Eskimo Proverb) Knowing her regard for Inuit art, I think Carol Ann would like this. I did not know her long but long enough to know what a kind, generous, passionate, and funny lady she was and we shared some adventures the memories of which I will treasure.

 

Angela Cingale posted on 2/1/19

So sorry for your loss and sending sincere condolences to the family. I met Carol Ann, in our community, and we both loved gardening, cats, birds, and butterflies. She planted Milkweed for the Monarch butterflies that I raise every summer, so if I ran out, she would tell me to come any time and cut some from her garden and feed them. Her love of Bluebirds and how she fed them every night was special. She showed me her Inuit Art collection and was delighted that she was able to find them a home after she passed. Carol Ann enjoyed playing Mahjong and shared lots of laughs with the neighborhood ladies. She was a lovely lady and we'll all miss her. Carol Ann is in heaven with our Heavenly Father and resting in peace. Sending kind thoughts and prayers to the family during this sad time.

 

Debbie Ramos posted on 2/1/19

I worked with Kay at ESH for many years, starting in 1980. She was practically family as one of her aunt's was like a mother to me. I will always remember her cheerfulness and contagious laughter. To all her family, I am so sorry for your loss, and pray that God will give you peace and comfort.

 

ab posted on 1/31/19

I’m so sorry for your loss. May the God (Psalms 83:18) of comfort and tender mercies (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) comfort your hearts while we await His Kingdom government that Jesus taught us to pray for in the Lord’s Prayer. Revelation 21:4,5 says it will end death...... and make all things new.

 

Gayle and Wallace Flowers posted on 1/31/19

We will always remember a wonderful neighbor. Rest in peace Kay

 

 

Gloria Heath posted on 1/31/19

Remembering all our good times at Gwens Island.

 

Donna McKown Martin posted on 1/31/19

So sorry to hear about Kay. A sweet Norge girl

 

Pat Daley posted on 1/31/19

God's Garden God looked around his garden, and found an empty space. He looked upon the earth, and saw a tired face. He put His arms around you and lifted you to rest. His garden must be beautiful. He only takes the best. It broke our hearts to lose you but you didn't go alone, for part of us went with you the day God took you home. Your smile is gone forever and you hand we'll never touch, but we'll cherish all the memories of the one we loved so much!

 

Ellen Gallagher posted on 1/29/19

I am most grateful for the life-time of memories I have of a friendship with Carol Ann. We lived a half block apart in a small Pennsylvania town, and so we grew up together. We walked to school together, went to Girl Scout and church camp, sang in the town's Schola Cantorum and choir, played field hockey, shopped together for clothes, cried over the same movies, danced to the same songs, studied for Latin and French tests together, got rocked about in her family's Volkswagon bus, and shared our heartbreak over teenage crushes. She was always intelligent, elegant, and fun. When our paths diverted, we kept in touch via long letters and occasional visits while she studied and later lived in NYC, worked for Radio Free Europe, found a beautiful life with Chuck in Hawaii, and later a new home in Williamsburg. Recently through emails and pictures she shared her travels to France and Antarctica, her love of Inuit art, her gardens, and her kitties. A door has closed to these many chapters of a wonderful story.

 

Jeff A Wittman posted on 1/27/19

Kevin and Family, I am very sorry for the great loss that you all have suffered. Jeff A Wittman

 

Jeff A Wittman posted on 1/27/19

Kevin and Family, I am very sorry for the great loss from the lives of all of you. Jeff A Wittman

 

DW posted on 1/27/19

To the Family, so sorry for your loss. Hope you will be comforted in knowing that Carol has the prospect of being resurrected, healthy (in the flesh), to Paradise Earth just as Jehovah God has promised. In fact , the vast majority will enjoy everlasting life right here on earth as God had intended from the beginning. God's Kingdom will do this under the rule of Jesus Christ. READ John 5:28, 29, Job 14:14, 15,Psalms 37:29,Matthew 6:9,10, Matthew 5:5 and Revelation 21:2-4 Go To: JW.ORG

 

Wyn Kelley posted on 1/25/19

Dale and I send all our love to Nancy and the family. We have so many lovely memories of JP--I particularly enjoyed his stories about the war, but in later years, his and Nancy's reminiscences of my parents, with whom they were close, gave me special pleasure, and we will never forget JP's and Nancy's unstinting support for our family when we lost my father and mother. JP was deeply kind and wise, a loving and nurturing husband, father, grandfather, and friend. We will miss him so much.

 

Judy Bach posted on 1/25/19

Geni was absolutely a gem! Having so many VBLL and Canes baseball memories with her, Kevin and Joey are forever etched in our hearts. Many prayers and love are with the whole family. Love, Jeff, Judy & Dominick Bach

 

Lori Hokes & Family posted on 1/24/19

We would like to express our deepest sympathies to the Holland/Tenney family. Geni always had a sparkle in her eyes. She would light up the room with her bubbly,spunky personality and warm kind heart. She was a wonderful, loving, devoted wife, mother, grandmother and friend to many... Heaven has gained another beautiful soul.She will be sadly missed that's for sure Love and prayers to you ALL❤️

 

Teri Volkman posted on 1/23/19

Geni was well-loved here at her children's elementary school. She was a supportive parent, a positive and cheerful volunteer, and someone who always brightened a room. I don't think I ever saw her without a smile. I was shocked to hear the news of her passing, and, like many of my colleagues, have a heavy heart knowing she's gone. I will never forget her beautiful smile and her cheerful, fun personality.

 

AM posted on 1/23/19

My sincere condolences to your family. May you find comfort in the promise of Revelation 21:4 of a time when death will be no more and loved ones will be reunited.

 

Janet Headrick posted on 1/22/19

What a beautiful tribute last night to the beautiful woman who touched so many people’s lives. Listening to each person’s story, you could see that Geni was a true friend, warm, giving and humble. Never to busy or too mighty to pitch in when you needed help. Never had to ask. She had a special way of knowing what needed to be done and just doing it. I am truly to grateful to have had Geni as my friend. My sincerest condolences to each of you. May she live on in each of us with each special memory. Much love.

 

Pressley posted on 1/21/19

I just became aware of Gary's work-& loved it -trying to track him down & found out that he died on jan 7/2019-So sorry I was late in knowing him--What is going to happen to his works?

 

Charlotte, Kevin and Tyler Nowalk posted on 1/21/19

Our sincere condolences Kevin and family! “If you are lucky enough to have a true friend, you are lucky enough” Love you my friend Geni!

 

 

Johnny Tolbert posted on 1/20/19

Mrs Geni was an amazing woman and a great mother. I will never forget her..... she in a way was like my second mother. Always showed me love wen she didn't have to. Rest in peace Mrs Geni. Much love! I'll see you again one day in heaven. Say hi to my dad up there for me.

 

Larry & Vanessa posted on 1/19/19

We send our deepest condolences to the Dietrich Family and friends. It saddens us to see our family and friends suffer just to eventually die. This is not God’s purpose for us. In fact the Bible points out that soon God will bring back our loved ones right here on a paradise earth with no more sickness or death. But how can this be true. I am sending you a link to a short one minute video that explains how this is possible. https://www.jw.org/en/publications/videos/#en/mediaitems/AllVideos/pub-imv_4_VIDEO Our thoughts and prayers go out to you at this most difficult time in your life.

 

[email protected] posted on 1/19/19

To the family of Mrs. Mason. My mom Thelma Pressey us to work for your mom. To Hannah, and Keith my heart and prayers are with all of you. Your mom was a beautiful person. She was always kind to my mom and her family, I know she will be missed. Just know she is resting safely in the Masters arms.

 

[email protected] posted on 1/19/19

Mirada Pressey Sader

 

Barbara, Randy & Danny Brittain posted on 1/19/19

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Holland Family. With our deepest sympathy we pray that God will wrap his arms around all and give you the strength throughout this difficult time. You were very fortunate to have this special woman in your life as your mother, wife and grandmother a piece of Gold that will be with you forever in spirit. Geni was a beautiful soul inside and out. To know her was an Honor to have her as a friend a Treasure. Geni would do anything for anyone at anytime. You give her a call and she was there to support and help! She was always smiling and a happy spirit on earth. I value the time I had with her on earth as a dear friend she will be missed tremendously by all of us in the Brittain household. Thank you for all the great times we shared together - baseball games, cookouts, bingo, walks and the list goes on. We have so many memories as a great gift from Geni. May you rest in peace my friend and know that your spirit carries on in heaven and on earth as a beautiful guardian angel. Keep that beautiful smile and laugh that we will always remember. Love from Barbara, Randy and Danny Brittain.

 

Roberta Peters posted on 1/19/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Nick, Mike, and Joey please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Valerie posted on 1/19/19

My beautiful Aunt Geni your smile and laugh were contagious. So full of love and love to make everyone laugh. You will forever be missed and loved. To my uncle and cousins, you are in my every thought. Prayers for strength as you go through this. I love you all. Xo Valerie

 

Solomon Garens posted on 1/19/19

We were separated when we were just babies. Thank you for finding me. I'll never forget you. Love Solomon

 

Angela Stacy posted on 1/18/19

I've finished life's chores assigned to me, So put me on a boat headed out to sea. Please send along my fishing pole For I've been invited to the fishin' hole. Where every day is a day to fish, To fill your heart with every wish. Don't worry, or feel sad for me, I'm fishin' with the Master of the sea. We will miss each other for awhile, But you will come and bring your smile. That won't be long you will see, Till we're together you and me. To all of those that think of me, Be happy as I go out to sea. If others wonder why I'm missin' Just tell 'em I've gone fishin' by Delmar Pepper

 

Terrence Kerner posted on 1/18/19

Kevin - My heart breaks for you and your family. You are in my thoughts and prayers. The Kerner family, and all of your ACI teammates, are here for you.

 

Guy and Sandi Stello and Family posted on 1/18/19

Kevin and Famiily, Geni was truly a beautiful person inside and out. Our prayers are with you all. Love, The Stello’s

 

Suzy McCabe posted on 1/18/19

My dearest Cousin Geni. I remember when she was born, she was truly a ray of sunshine, a breath of fresh air, if ever you met Geni, you loved her. We are so sadden your passing. Our thoughts and prayers go to Kevin, her children and to Lilly. My sweet, sweet cousin, you were one of a kind! Miss you so much!

 

 

Susan Wohlfarth posted on 1/18/19

We are missing you Mom.

 

Pam Bucklew posted on 1/18/19

Your family is in our hearts and prayers. From the Mary Immaculate Maintenance Department

 

Heidi Dossantos posted on 1/17/19

My thoughts and prayers go out to the Holland family in this time of morning. I got the pleasure of knowing them during our Virginia Beach Little League days Geni was a wonderful person with a beautiful smile and a great big heart . She will be missed by everyone.

 

Heidi Dossantos posted on 1/17/19

VB Baseball parent

 

Dick Williams posted on 1/16/19

Captain Trimble was the finest and most competent Commanding Officer I ever worked for. He was a consummate gentleman and an exemplary naval officer. I feel fortunate to have served in his command in the Philippines. God Speed, Sir!

 

ab posted on 1/16/19

I’m so sorry for your loss. I pray the God of comfort and tender mercies (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) comfort your hearts while we await His Kingdom government that Jesus taught us to pray for in the Lords Prayer. The Bible says it will end death...... and make all things new in Revelation 21:4,5.

 

Barbara Kerr Howe posted on 1/12/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Praying for all the family.

 

Blair, Courtney, Clare, Ben and James Severe posted on 1/12/19

We will miss you Aunt Daidy, Your countless acts of love and kindness touched our lives in so many ways! Through your love, care, advice, and generosity of spirit, you made us and the world a better place. We will miss you.

 

Lora Applegarth posted on 1/12/19

My deepest condolences to you and your family! You are all in my thoughts and prayers...

 

Cynthia Chapman Belton posted on 1/12/19

My sincerest condolences to you Susan, and your family. Your mother carried such great beauty and talents which never left her, much of which were transferred to you. May she Rest n Eternal Peace.

 

dee posted on 1/11/19

Wow it has been almost three years.......and I miss you as much as when you went to see Jesus. Thank you for all your gifts of wisdom and knowledge. Rest in Peace, dear friend.

 

George and Marilyn Morgan posted on 1/11/19

We wish we could have known you for longer than these last 25 years and are so glad of the time we have known and worked with you. Thank you for all that you have done for us over the years.

 

Kimberly Grimm Weimer posted on 1/10/19

I’m sending love and my deepest condolences to all of the Wolfarth family. Murray accompanied me to Miss America in 1990 as my traveling companion. We had so many laughs. I can still hear her contagious laugh as I think of her. She took great care of me during the 19 days we spent together. My God wrap his loving arms around her family. Rest In Peace Murray.

 

Marianne Gilmour posted on 1/9/19

J.P. was a total gentleman, a delightful man, a wonderful humanitarian and an absolute joy to have known. My deepest sympathy to His wife and family. He will be so missed and I was blessed and honored to have known him. Rest in Peace with the Lord Mr. Gabriel.

 

Garry Stuart posted on 1/8/19

While I was at James River Baptist, Ms. Mason was like my grandmother. What a sweet lady , and so talented with a sewing machine. I've been gone from Williamsburg for over 22 years, but still have such great memories of her.

 

Rosemarie Stoddard posted on 1/8/19

I'm so sorry to see Cary's obituary in the newspaper. I send my sincere condolences to you and your family. I remember Cary and you, Bob, many years ago when I worked for the Transportation Engineering Laboratory in Williamsburg. My husband, Charlie, was a warrant officer in the Army.

 

Teresa L Pugh, Pauline & Byrd Lindsey posted on 1/7/19

Morris, Glenda, Diane, Hannah and Keith: Your mom, our Aunt Virginia, such a beautiful woman was truly a "Grand Prize" to anyone that ever met her. She always made everyone feel so welcome in her home and was the best cook. Her smile was contagious, she had such a loving and giving heart, she was truly a virtuous woman.She loved getting the family reunions together as she loved seeing and spending time with her family. I cherish the weekend that my mom and I spent with her a few years ago and we reminisced about the good old days. She is rejoicing in heaven now with all of her family and friends. She was so dear to all of Grandma Maude's children, they all loved her so much. Prayers for you all.

 

 

Patricia Winchester posted on 1/5/19

You will be missed greatly, I still can't believe this has happened. I will miss the stories and the sharing. As I drink from the coffee mug I will always treasure the saying and think of you. Sisters in Christ.

 

Renee’ Kirtz and Jeff Kirtz posted on 1/5/19

Aunt Virginia was dear to our family! Always offering her love and home whenever we were in the neighborhood! We enjoyed rising early to the smell of breakfast cooking, everything homemade! I remember her making me a teddy bear when I was 14 years old and in return I played Christmas music for her! She always wanted me to play piano and record it on a cassette tape for her! I recorded a tape for her of just gospel songs and gave it to her, she was thankful, but did say “ now Nay, you know I wanted Christmas songs on that tape!” Well, I still owe her that Christmas tape! When I meet you in heaven Aunt Virginia, maybe I can play you a Christmas Carol! Until we meet again, I will cherish every memory! May God bring comfort and peace to the family as they endure this sad time and may they all make plans to reunite with you in heaven someday! God Bless & Love Always! Renee ‘

 

 

Ronnie Hall and Family posted on 1/5/19

We will miss Aunt Virginia. I loved going to her house at Christmas. She always welcomed us with a smile , while cooking a big meal for all of us to enjoy. God bless you all.

 

Lisa Adams posted on 1/5/19

We will miss Aunt Virginia; she was a dear lady who loved the lord very much. Everyone who new her ,loved her ,because of her love for them. She was a well respected lady in her family, and in the community. Now, she is with her lord Jesus. We will cherish her in our hearts, until we meet her again. May God bless her family in the days too come.

 

 

Debbie Fearing posted on 1/5/19

Cynthia & I worked together at Riverside Medical Group. It was always a pleasure to talk with her. She was funny & would make me laugh & she was kind with a beautiful smile. She will be dearly missed. My deepest sympathy to Cynthia's mom, dad, brother & extended family. I cannot imagine the loss you must be feeling but do know the hope we have in our Mighty Lord & Savior, when on that glorious day he calls us home & we will be reunited again. Praying God's love, peace & comfort will continue to surround each of you today & in the days to come.

 

Terry Dale posted on 1/5/19

Hannah, I am so sorry that I missed your name on the message that I just sent, You know that you were to be included. Please forgive me for that error.

 

Terry Dale posted on 1/5/19

Diane, Glenda, Morris, and Keith, I am so sorry for the loss of your mom. The world has lost a very talented, and loving person. Rest assured, that she is walking hand in hand with the love of her life, and all the loved ones that have gone before her, may she rest in peace.

 

Sandra H. Farris posted on 1/5/19

Virginia was a beautiful lady in all ways. I am so glad I was able to visit her with my Daddy (Wyatt) the summer of 2015. I know it meant a lot to him too.

 

Andrea Langford posted on 1/4/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Death can be so hard. May knowing that you are in our prayers comfort you. May the “God of comfort” continue to comfort you, 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. For help in dealing with the loss of a love one feel free to visit this Bible based site. jw.org

 

Andrea Langford posted on 1/4/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Death can be so hard. May knowing that you are in our prayers comfort you. May the “God of comfort” continue to comfort you, 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. For help in dealing with the loss of a love one feel free to visit this Bible based site. jw.org

 

marilynn freeman posted on 1/4/19

many precious memories on Elder Road

 

 

Julie Walker posted on 1/4/19

You will forever be in my heart! I will miss our time and talks over our bible studies.

 

Rick Harrison posted on 1/3/19

Cyndi & I met when I took a promotion with Barnes & Noble at the University of Memphis Bookstore. I saw her smile from across the room and we became friends instantly. I laughed at her first joke and she continued to keep me laughing for more than 20 years. Words will never describe how much I will miss her.

 

Jeff Hastings posted on 1/2/19

I had the opportunity of getting to know Cyndi when she worked at Barnes and Noble Bookstore at ODU. I worked for ODU at the time. She would always brighten the day with her smile. She was kind and generous to everyone she worked with. Our thoughts and prayers and with your family at this time.

 

Karan Smith posted on 1/2/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this difficult time. May God grant you peace and comfort as he surrounds you with love.

 

Nissa Baity posted on 1/2/19

Princess, now you get to rule with your Prince of Peace. I miss you, dear friend!

 

Terri Hill posted on 1/2/19

I had the pleasure of meeting Cynthia and her loving parents when she moved into her condo. She was always so pleasant and friendly. I was looking forward to working with her as she was recently elected to the Board of Directors for her Condominium Association. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Please take comfort in knowing Cynthia is resting in the comfort of our Savior.

 

Margaret Buchanan Wright Sheppard posted on 1/1/19

Sharon, Paula and I were saddened to hear your loss of Trevor. May you find peace and comfort through the beautiful memories that yall made together.

 

Cindy Corbett posted on 1/1/19

Cynthia was a neighbor and became a very good friend. She (and her dog Andy) were fun to spend time with and I will miss her immensely. Heaven has a new Angel. My condolences to her Mom, Dad, and brother along with her extended family. I loved you like a sister, Cyndi❤️

 

Andrea Langford posted on 1/1/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Death can be so hard. May knowing that you are in our prayers comfort you. May the “God of comfort” continue to comfort you, 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. For help in dealing with the loss of a love one feel free to visit this Bible based site. jw.org

 

Andrea Langford posted on 1/1/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Death can be so hard. May knowing that you are in our prayers comfort you. May the “God of comfort” continue to comfort you, 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. For help in dealing with the loss of a love one feel free to visit this Bible based site. jw.org

 

Andrea Langford posted on 12/31/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Death can be so hard. May knowing that you are in our prayers comfort you. May the “God of comfort” continue to comfort you, 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. For help in dealing with the loss of a love one feel free to visit this Bible based site. jw.org

 

Andrea Langford posted on 12/31/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Death can be so hard. May knowing that you are in our prayers comfort you. May the “God of comfort” continue to comfort you, 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. For help in dealing with the loss of a love one feel free to visit this Bible based site. jw.org

 

Andrea Langford posted on 12/31/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Death can be so hard. May knowing that you are in our prayers comfort you. May the “God of comfort” continue to comfort you, 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. For help in dealing with the loss of a love one feel free to visit this Bible based site. jw.org

 

Andrea Langford posted on 12/31/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Death can be so hard. May knowing that you are in our prayers comfort you. May the “God of comfort” continue to comfort you, 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. For help in dealing with the loss of a love one feel free to visit this Bible based site. jw.org

 

Andrea Langford posted on 12/31/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Death can be so hard. May knowing that you are in our prayers comfort you. May the “God of comfort” continue to comfort you, 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. For help in dealing with the loss of a love one feel free to visit this Bible based site. jw.org

 

Andrea Langford posted on 12/31/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Death can be so hard. May knowing that you are in our prayers comfort you. May the “God of comfort” continue to comfort you, 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. For help in dealing with the loss of a love one feel free to visit this Bible based site. jw.org

 

Andrea Langford posted on 12/31/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Death can be so hard. May knowing that you are in our prayers comfort you. May the “God of comfort” continue to comfort you, 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. For help in dealing with the loss of a love one feel free to visit this Bible based site. jw.org

 

Andrea Langford posted on 12/31/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Death can be so hard. May knowing that you are in our prayers comfort you. May the “God of comfort” continue to comfort you, 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. For help in dealing with the loss of a love one feel free to visit this Bible based site. jw.org

 

Andrea Langford posted on 12/31/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Death can be so hard. May knowing that you are in our prayers comfort you. May the “God of comfort” continue to comfort you, 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. For help in dealing with the loss of a love one feel free to visit this Bible based site. jw.org

 

Andrea Langford posted on 12/31/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Death can be so hard. May knowing that you are in our prayers comfort you. May the “God of comfort” continue to comfort you, 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. For help in dealing with the loss of a love one feel free to visit this Bible based site. jw.org

 

Andrea Langford posted on 12/31/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Death can be so hard. May knowing that you are in our prayers comfort you. May the “God of comfort” continue to comfort you, 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. For help in dealing with the loss of a love one feel free to visit this Bible based site. jw.org

 

 

Subrina skervin posted on 12/28/18

My prayers for family may god wrap his loving arms around each of you. Mr Richardson was a wonderful person his smile said it all

 

Wyndham Kidd, Jr. posted on 12/28/18

My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. A wonderful man who was always kind to me as we grew up on Mill Neck Road. Reading of his legacy brings back many fond memories of the Richardson's, Henderson's, Powell's and Kidd's. Rest in Peace.

 

Veral Hill posted on 12/26/18

Rest in Paradise my brother. Until that day we meet again

 

DEBORAH SABB posted on 12/24/18

SHARON I'M SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS AND MY DEEPEST CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY AND YOU MY BEAUTIFUL FRIEND MAY GOD BE WITH YOU AT THIS DIFFICULT TIME MY LOVE AND PRAYERS TOO YOU.

 

Dave Kleppinger posted on 12/22/18

Bob Hodges was a fine man. I had an interest in soils and the soil survey work Bob was doing and he would let me follow him around and he’d patiently show me different soil types and answer every question until I ran out of questions. He would hold Bible readings in his office at lunch and would go to Africa to help folks use soils wisely for crop production and to dig wells for water. He loved his wife and children and was a kind, gentle soul. I hadn’t seen Bob in over 20 years but I’ll always have fond memories as a young man learning from him what’s important in life.

 

Michelle Morgan posted on 12/21/18

Christine, I am so sorry about the passing of your mom. It is so true that she was all about family! I enjoyed hearing about the things you shared about your mom and family. Going to your wedding shower and wedding with your family, and your mom in the midst, showed how close your family is. And the fact that almost every single weekend, some parts of your family would get together for an event like someone’s birthday! Though she will be missed this Christmas, I’m sure. I know you will be happy that she is not in any kind of suffering. (Plus, you can always reminisce about the time she fell into the Christmas box and couldn’t get out, while both of you couldn’t stop laughing! I love you, girl, and I pray for comfort and peace for you and your family.

 

Cindy Ellis posted on 12/20/18

I am so sorry to hear a about your moms passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Love to all of you

 

Cyndee Hudson posted on 12/19/18

Chic we are so saddened by the loss of your mother. Although we never met her in person we know what an amazing woman she must have been. Watching your FB and seeing how deeply you loved her what wonderful care you took of her has been both heartwarming and heartbreaking. We know you will cherish those memories and hopefully find comfort in them. Our deepest condolences to you and your family. Much love, Cyndee & Jonathan

 

Buddy Farmer posted on 12/18/18

My sincere condolences to the Estes family. I have many fond memories of both Muriel and Jim, from the old Colony Lanes bowling alley and the Williamsburg Moose Lodge. She was a very gracious lady, and always had a smile on her face. I know that she will be sadly missed by so many people. Rest in Peace, sweet lady!

 

Von Jose' and Jenny Roberts posted on 12/18/18

Our heart felt prayers to you and your family. God has an angel, and we have fond memories of a remarkable lady. HUGS

 

 

Felicia Hall posted on 12/18/18

I wasn’t as fortunate to know her as well as everyone else but when I think of her all I can see is that beautiful and graceful smile she always had. My prayers are with the family at this time of mourning. She was a very sweet lady.

 

Tommie Faulkner-Peake posted on 12/18/18

Charlotte, Iam soooo sorry to hear of your loss at this time! We are in Tennessee so cannot be there to support you, but, you are in my thoughts and prayers! Love you, Tommie

 

Barbara and Joe posted on 12/18/18

Chic, it is with deep sympathy that we wish you solace in the passing of you Mom. Bless you, our friend, and your family. We wish we could be with you at this time.

 

Mary Jane McClellan posted on 12/18/18

I am so sorry for your loss. My condolences to your family and friends. Your Mother had wonderful children who helped her in her need and a beautiful smile. God Bless.

 

Joanne Tyndall posted on 12/17/18

So sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you all.

 

 

Wayne and Kay Callis posted on 12/17/18

Rest In Peace Lovely Lady. You will be missed.

 

Shawn Swanson posted on 12/16/18

"The Road Goes Both Ways." (Dad) Love You For Always Dad.

 

eric peterson posted on 12/15/18

Prayers and fond memories are what we have to remember our dearly departed. May the love of family and friends comfort you during these difficult days, our most heartfelt condolences.

 

Chappy Randy Garner posted on 12/15/18

Kathy I am so sorry for your lose, and just want you to know I am praying for you and the family.

 

Jared Swanson posted on 12/15/18

Yuenglings will never taste the same without you. I love you dad

 

Dave Daigneault posted on 12/15/18

Kathy and the entire family know that you are in my thoughts prayers. I pray that God provides comfort to each of you. God Bless, Dave

 

Liz Anthony posted on 12/14/18

Dear Susan and family, I am so sorry I couldn't be there with you during this mournful time. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you all. Also believe that "your father's in your heart and soul and that's what will keep you whole." Please call me if I can do anything for you. (757-784-2524) God bless.

 

Roger and Sheri Overton posted on 12/14/18

I am so sorry for your loss. We were neighbors of Tom’s when Shawn, Jared, and Jenna were small. Tom was a great person, and i’m Sure he will be missed by many.

 

George Hoffman posted on 12/14/18

Sincerest condolences. May sweet memories bring you comfort and healing. Sending love and prayers.

 

Myrna Brown posted on 12/13/18

Wishing you and your family strength and peace.

 

Amanda, Eric, Avery, & Matthew Jenkins posted on 12/13/18

Sending love and will continue to lift prayers...

 

 

Jenna Lee Futch posted on 12/13/18

I love you Dad.

 

 

Jared-Lee posted on 12/13/18

You will be very missed.

 

Jessa posted on 12/13/18

I’m so sorry to hear about Heath. I got to work with him at Berrerts and there were many shifts that I wouldn’t have been able to get through without him. My thoughts and prayers go out to you.

 

Brian Hart posted on 12/12/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Heath was a generous and caring individual. He always went out of his way to make you feel comfortable and cared for. I will laugh and cry thinking about the amazing memories with Heath.

 

Kayla posted on 12/10/18

I am so sorry for the loss of us our dear loved one. There is a very comforting scripture found at Isaiah 25:8. It says that soon Jehovah will swallow up death forever and that he will wipe away all of the tears. So we can look forward to a time when death will be done away with forever. I hope that this scripture can bring some comfort during this time.

 

Joe batts posted on 12/10/18

I am so sorry to here of Bill's passing, I was Bill's roommate at Chowan College. Bill was a great guy, best roommate i ever had. My wife, Tereca, and myself, went to Virginia and stayed with Bill and Sherry for a visit and went out on their boat. We had a great time. I could tell many stories of our time at Chowan riding around in his Vette or my TR 7. He will surely be missed. It's hard to believe he's gone. May GOD bless you Sherry and the rest of your family. Please contact me if you will Shelly, I would like to know how you are and if you guys have any children. Love and prayers.

 

mike&sarah kline posted on 12/8/18

so sorry to hear of the loss of heath. our thoughts and prayers are with you. if we can be of any help, let us know.

 

Adrian Moss posted on 12/7/18

Ruth, Kelly, David, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your brother Steven. I remember him growing up, such a quiet little fellow, I'm sure that was'nt so when he was home around the people he loved, but in my mind, I see a quiet, gentle giant, who to me, was always pleasant, usually smiling, but never had very much to say. Steven will be missed,................God Bless,.........Adrian Moss

 

Lester Leonard posted on 12/7/18

Brad and Brian, You have my deepest sympathy on the loss of your father. I worked with your father at the Naval Weapons Station from 1979 until we moved to Indian Head in 2011. I considered him my mentor and he was such great leader. He was the reason I came back to work at Yorktown after I had left for graduate school. He called me after I had graduated and asked if I would like to return and I said yes, in great part because I respected him and loved working with him. I learned so much from Yancey and am sad that I did not get to see him again after my job moved to Indian Head MD. He was a great man. God's peace be with you.

 

Kathy Larrieu posted on 12/6/18

Years ago, Bob helped teach us geology undergrads a thing or two about the first few inches of the earth's crust. These lessons helped me both in my studies and early career. I remain grateful for his generosity and patience.

 

Sandra Drummond Foley posted on 12/6/18

My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time. I remember Ms Celia when the family lived in Poquoson Va and Ricky was a classmate in school.

 

Jerry Roudabush posted on 12/4/18

Brad & Brian, you & your family have my sincere condolences. Your father was a great man & was a large influence on my life. It was a pleasure to work for him, work with him, and to know him. I listened over the years to so many who spoke in admiration of him. You have my deepest sympathy.

 

Steve Montgomery posted on 12/4/18

Yancy was one of the greatest generation is so many ways. I was privileged to know Yancy through Rotary and always held him in high esteem. We are a better world for his presence.

 

Gregory Schoch posted on 12/2/18

Brad and Brian, I am so sorry to hear of your Father's passing. I just found out today or I would have attended his memorial service yesterday. I was hired at the Naval Weapons Station in 1990. I had the pleasure of working with Yancey for over 20 years. I shared an office with him for over 10 years when he came back to work as a contractor. I have very fond memories of the talks we would have. He would talk about everything from his childhood in downtown Newport News, his experiences during World War II, his morning walks with his walking companions, and of course his family. When I went to NWS Yorktown for my job interview, fresh out of school in 1990, the man that would eventually hire me, said "Let's go meet the Department Head". Needless to say I was terrified. Yancey was my Department Head at the time and less than five minutes into the visit to his office, I felt completely relaxed, like I was talking to an equal instead of my future Department Head. That's the kind of person Yancey was, no matter what position he held, from Department Head to Executive Director, he was just a truly kind and down to earth person. After our organization's move to MD in 2011, my contact with him was limited to periodic phone conversations, which would always begin with me saying "Hello Mr. McGann" with his immediate reply of "Hello Mr. Schoch". I am truly sorry to have missed his memorial service, I would have loved to share some stories with his family and friends. Even though we only talked every few months the last seven years, I will miss him. He truly was a great man and a good friend.

 

Lynn Hal posted on 12/2/18

Renee, I just learned of Roberts passing and wish to send my heartfelt condolences to you. I have so, so many fond memories of you guys and your dogs. Robert was a fine man and I know he is missed by many. If you ever need to talk, I am a good listener. Fondly, Lynn Hall

 

Elise Emanuel posted on 12/2/18

Kathy and Lynn, my sincere condolences for your loss. Carlyle was a good American, Lutheran, and Democrat. He did much good for our community. He will be missed.

 

Kindall H. posted on 12/1/18

I’m so very sorry for your loss. Thinking of you during this difficult time. He was a very sweet man.

 

Jim and Fran Whitney posted on 11/28/18

We met Yancey at Williamsburg Baptist Church. It was always a pleasure seeing him come in to the Lounge on Sunday mornings with a big smile on his face. His sunny presence will be missed.

 

Susan Streitz posted on 11/27/18

John and I are thinking of you. We are so glad we got to meet Yancey at Thanksgiving a year ago.

 

Billy Vickery posted on 11/27/18

I worked with Howard in the tower in San Antonio , Texas. I thought of him as a friend, and enjoyed working with him. It sounds like he had a great time after leaving Texas. Sorry for your loss. God Bless!

 

Eugene Bohl posted on 11/27/18

Howard was one of my air traffic supervisors at San Antonio tower in the early 70's. He was also a great teacher and passed on a lot of skill and knowledge to anyone wanting to learn. Many good memories and stories.

 

Carol Ann Marshall posted on 11/26/18

Jen, So Sorry for your loss. My Deepest Sympathy.

 

Marilyn Grappone posted on 11/26/18

Forty three years I have had the blessing of knowing And loving Marylou and of course her family. Connecticut has always been a place I loved to live after leaving New York and my wonderful memories of Marylou, her love, friendship and family are precious. Babysitting beautiful Jennifer and our cozy times sitting in Marylou’s warm, loving home are precious. I feel truly blessed to have had such a wonderful person in my life. My life has been so enriched having such a beautiful person love me. Every time She came back to visit her Grandmother I knew I would seem them. I always would get beautiful gifts and something special picked out just for me. One of my treasured memories is when Marylou and Donald came back to honor her father after his death and she included me to be part of her goodbye. Special, because she loved me enough to have me there. I am relieved Marylou is not in any pain and I know that Jehovah has this precious person In his memory and I will get to see her again but it is still hard to know I have to wait. You’re right Donald, you were blessed to have been married to Marylou for over 46 years and she was blessed to have you, her loving devoted husband and beautiful daughter Jennifer. I too am blessed for having such a loving, unselfish, beautiful hearted friend. My heart, love and prayers are with you always. I love you with all my heart.

 

 

BARBARA HEDRICK posted on 11/24/18

My sweet, sweet Mary Lou....I will miss you.

 

BARBARA HEDRICK posted on 11/24/18

Mary Lou was a wonderful woman & friend who I truly respected & admired. She gave me the opportunity to work for her which I enjoyed so much. I will always love & miss Mary Lou, especially her beautiful smile. My thoughts & prayers to her husband Donald & her family. Love, Barbara

 

Oliveira Family posted on 11/23/18

Today and always, may loving memories of Mary Lou bring peace, comfort, and strength.Thinking of the entire family and wishing all peace and comfort as we remember Mary Lou.

 

Tanya Arruda posted on 11/23/18

Rest easy my sweet sister Mary Lou, you will truly be missed with your wonderful smile, loving heart, and uplifting personality. Our love, hugs and prayers to you and your family is being sent at this most difficult time. You will always remain in our hearts.

 

Charles Mule posted on 11/23/18

Donnie and family I am so very sorry to hear Mary is gone.She is now with the good lord and at piece.Please except my codolances on your loss.

 

Pam Phelps posted on 11/23/18

My dears Katherine & Lynn, I just learned of your loss, & am wishing you peace and my love throughout the holidays & life.

 

 

Jim & Nela Fula posted on 11/23/18

May you rest In peace with God and all of the Angels.my beautiful sister.

 

Marcia posted on 11/22/18

I loved reading about Mrs. Mary Lou Simpson's life filled with love, family and great vibrancy. Jen, your mom was a special life force and I'm so sorry for her passing. Hugs to you, your dad and family. Much love to you all.

 

Richard Clark posted on 11/22/18

We are all praying for the family and are saddened to hear of marylous passing.May she be watched over and welcomed with open arms going forward.

 

Carla M Noble posted on 11/21/18

So sorry for your loss, Marylou was such a pleasant and thoughtful person who will be missed by all. We were so happy to have met her and spend time with her most memorable was when she was in Boston and we went to Fenway park behind the scenes as the park was being prepared for the World Series.

 

Patrice Simpson posted on 11/21/18

What a great example of a dear beautiful courageous woman who embraced life and all those who were privileged to be part of hers. She so valiantly fought her illnesses and always was caring about other family and friends. She was so cherished and beloved. My love, thoughts and prayers are with you Don, Jen and Glen. You’re all carrying on her legacy. From Patsy who loved her dearly.

 

Anne Conkling posted on 11/21/18

Carlyle was instrumental in helping me get acquainted when I moved here many years ago, and was a dear gentleman. I always aporeciated his honesty and humor, and his love for this very special place.

 

Stephen and Mary Wehrle posted on 11/21/18

Uncle Bob will be missed and was loved by so many. Prayers and thoughts are with you Aunt Wilma and family.

 

Stephen and Mary Wehrle posted on 11/21/18

Robert Browning

 

DEBORAH SABB posted on 11/21/18

MR. DEPPE I'LL NEVER FORGET EVERYTHING YOU TAUGHT ME AS A FORMER STUDENT IN SCHOOL AND OUTTA SCHOOL. I REMEMBERED IN MAGRUDER YOU SLIPPED IN THE CAFETERIA ON THE FLOOR BECAUSE THE WATER FOUNTAIN BURST AND I GOT OUT OF LINE AND RAN TO YOU TO TRY AND HELP YOU UP AND YOU TOLD ME TOO GET THE NURSE BUT EDDIE WOODLEY MADE ME GO AND STAND AGAINST THE WALL AND I WENT TO GO AND GET MRS. TABB ANYWAY AND I STILL GOT IN TROUBLE FOR HELPING YOU OUT BY MY PARENTS AND MR. WOODLEY UNTIL YOU AND YOUR FAMILY CAME TO MY PARENTS HOME AND EXPLAIN IT TOO THEM. THANK YOU WILSON AND MARY FOR SHARING YOUR FATHER WITH US HE TRULY IS AN AMAZING MAN AND ANGEL.. R.I.H. MR. DEPPE

 

DEBORAH SABB posted on 11/21/18

MRS.BUSH YOU WILL TRULY BE MISSED IF IT WASN'T FOR YOU MAKING SURE I DID MY WORK IN SCHOOL I WOULD OF NEVER MADE IT BRUTON HIGH SCHOOL AND YORK COUNTY WILL NEVER EVER HAVE AN AMAZING TEACHER LIKE YOU AGAIN THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING... I LOVE YOU R.I.H TELL MS.CAREW I SAID SALUTATION

 

DEBORAH SABB posted on 11/21/18

"CHEESE"THANK YOU FOR MAKING SURE THE SCHOOL STAYED CLEAN AND FRESH FOR MY CLASSMATES AND MY BABIES THAT ATTENDED BRUTON BEHIND ME IMMA MISS SEEING THE GREEN MONSTER RIDING THROUGH WMSBURG WHEN I DO COME VISIT. R.I.H. AND TELL "JACK RABBIT "HELLO

 

Mallory M. posted on 11/20/18

Jen, my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. You inherited your mom's positivity, strength and courage! I know you will keep that spirit going!

 

Sue Sadler posted on 11/20/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family. He was a true public servant and loved by the community.

 

John McGlennon posted on 11/19/18

Kathy and Lynn, Terry and I send our deepest sympathy to you. Carlyle was a dedicated public servant, and a stalwart of the community. I relied on his good counsel and appreciate the integrity and honesty he brought to his life.

 

Delegate Brenda Pogge posted on 11/19/18

So sorry to hear about Carlyle. He was a very kind and sweet gentleman. I always enjoyed talking with him. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Andy Wiggins posted on 11/19/18

Lynn and Kathy my Thoughts and Prayer are with you, He was a Great Man and will be missed.

 

Ray Evans posted on 11/18/18

We're going to miss you, Bob, the ROMEOS won't be the same without you. Free from pain, rest in peace.

 

Michelle Carver posted on 11/18/18

Kathy and Lynn,,I am so sorry for your loss..my love to u. .Michelle heath Carver

 

Shelton and Shelvia Whitehurst posted on 11/17/18

Kathy and Lynn our prayers and thoughts are with you. We all are going to miss his many acts of thoughtfulness and kindness for others.

 

Vivian Van Holten posted on 11/17/18

Kathy and Lynn so sorry for your little sis, you are n our thoughts and prayers.

 

Vivian Van Holten posted on 11/17/18

Kathy and Lynn so sorry, you are n our thoughts and prayers.

 

Norma L Bateman posted on 11/17/18

My heart and prayers go out to Kathy and Lynn! Sorry for your loss. He will be missed by friends and family.

 

Billie Dean posted on 11/17/18

Kathy and Lynn, I am so sorry to learn of Carlyle's passing. He was such a kind man. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Billie Dean posted on 11/17/18

Kathy and Lynn, I am so sorry.. Carlyle was such a good man. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Kay Carroll and June Gilley posted on 11/17/18

Condolences to the family. Carlyle was such a nice man. He will truly be missed.

 

Lacy and Bettie Banks posted on 11/17/18

Our condolences to the family, Carlyle was such a good man and will always be remembered as a wonderful man. Our prayers are with you.

 

RHODA S WILSON posted on 11/17/18

Kathy and Lynn, I was so sorry to read of Carlyle's passing. I had many dealings with him over the years as Commissioner. He was a true gentleman and I will miss his contagious laugh and wonderful smile.

 

Michael Monaco posted on 11/16/18

Darrick and I worked several programs together at Colonial Williamsburg, and besides being a very talented performer, he was a consummate gentleman. He spoke softly, but packed a powerful message. My condolences are with his family at this time. Michael Monaco

 

 

CPT Chanel Young-Pope, USA-Retired posted on 11/16/18

I would like to offer my prayers and warm condolences to the family and loved ones of MAJ Darrick Seale. MAJ Seale was an AMAZING human-being and an outstanding leader!! He was the first (early in my military career) Boss in the United States Air Force that truly built an authentic professional relationship with me, despite rank, race, gender, and various other differences. He genuinely advocated for me, fought for promotion and upward mobility, trusted in me to get the job done with excellence, encouraged me, challenged me to better, and believed in my leadership when many others in leadership positions chose not to. His life, leadership, and genuineness will never be forgotten. May his legacy live on and may God’s blessings continue to surround his loved ones in this season of loss and forever more!!! Many blessings!!! CPT Chanel Young-Pope, USA-Retired

 

 

Judy goins posted on 11/16/18

Such a gentleman with a great sense of humor.

 

Mark Wehrle posted on 11/16/18

Keeping you in prayer now Aunt Wilma, David, Douglas Nancy and your families. Your dad was always so much fun to be around. He will be missed by many friends and family. Thanks for all the wonderful memories. - Nephew Mark

 

TAMMY JENNINGS (MAMA) posted on 11/14/18

SO VERY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS.I KNOW THAT HE LOVED YOU ALL AND WAS SO PROUD OF YOU ALL FOR ADOPATING JACK.HE REALLY WAS SO EXCITED HE WAS GOING TO HAVE A GRANDSON.MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS FOR YOU ALL,I HOPE THAT YOU ALL WILL FIND PEACE AND FEEL THE LOVE EVERYONE HAS FOR YOU ALL

 

 

Tony Jay Akers posted on 11/13/18

Not many conversations did Darrick and I have but the last was to share how proud he was of Damien and his accomplishments along with how Damien's and Stacey's decision to adopt a child was something "out of this world" he was very tickled to see his son and daughter-n-law so happy. Not exactly sure why he shared these particular feelings with me, maybe he could just tell that when the time was right I would share as well.

 

Elinor Antis posted on 11/12/18

Billy and Tillie were one of the first Americans to come and visit Stefan and Katharina Antis and family when they arrived as displaced persons in Suffolk, VA and came to the Rountree Dairy. Steve and I continued to visit back and forth for many years until they moved to the beach. We will continue to remember and talk about them and the memories as long as the Lord leaves us here.

 

Elinor Antis posted on 11/12/18

Visiting in Williamsburg on the Palace Green

 

Anthony Frazier posted on 11/12/18

Mr. Underwood was my principal and a great one. Jack and I were in school together and I want you all to know that my prayers are with your family. We list a great man!

 

Linda Greaver posted on 11/11/18

I worked with Jonathan at Patriots Colony. He was a decided, caring provider who was always there for his patients and co-workers. He will be gravely missed by all who worked with him and while we will feel such a void in our lives, we know the void his family is feeling is unfathomed. Know you are all in our thoughts and prayers .....

 

Brea' Proletti posted on 11/10/18

I worked with you Jonathan at the gardens on the memory care unit The Piedmont. You were so incredibly knowledgeable and had so much compassion for the community of residents that resided on not only the Piedmont, but at the Gardens all together. I worked closely with you being that I was the unit manager often times asking for suggestions for re-direction attempts or activities for residents with tough circumstances. You always showed patience with the residents and staff and was always a source of great information. I have learned a lot from you and I contribute the continuing success of Piedmont greatly to you. Thank you for all you have done. To your wife Rene and family my prayers are with you. Jonathan, you will be missed!

 

Jane Mary Gay posted on 11/10/18

Who says God doesn't know what He is doing: he called Myrtle home on All Saints' Day and she surely was one of His saints! I knew Myrtle from St. Martin's as well as being my son's beloved Kindergartner 'home-base' teacher at Rawls Byrd. Myrtle's love for 'her' children shone in everything and every way she was involved with them. You could tell just from the ever-present quiet joy on her face that she truly and sincerely loved those children. It was indeed a joy for me to have known her as my son's teacher and to have worked with her at St. Martin's as a Layreader. She was truly an inspiration to everyone who was fortunate to have crossed her path.

 

Jane Mary Gay posted on 11/10/18

For three years, I was one of the teachers privileged to have Bill as my principal at Berkeley Elementary (grades 4,5,6). Without a doubt, he was the most compassionate principal I ever worked for. He simply loved teaching and sometimes found the administrative duties underwhelming! I stopped by his office one afternoon to find him doing paper-work; he glanced at me and in undisguised frustration, lamented, "Mrs. Gay, I earned a master's degree so I could count how many rolls of paper towels to order for the bathrooms!" He was a most caring and loving principal; he loved his students and they returned his love. He was a Treasure!

 

Jeannie Marshall posted on 11/10/18

I know Jonathan from The Gardens. He was a wonderful person and cared deeply for his residents. He will be greatly missed. My heart breaks for his widow and children. I pray for for peace for his family.

 

Christian Collins posted on 11/10/18

Johnny, I can't believe this news. I just assumed our paths would cross again, that we'd have a chance sometime to share about what the years had brought us. I'm forever grateful for the time we spent together on Graves avenue. I won't forget those days. You were a good roommate, and a good friend, a deep and sensitive human being whom I will truly miss. My thoughts and love go out to Rene, to Hayley and Ashley, and also to Cody and Zoey whom I haven't had the chance to meet. Godspeed, brother!

 

Aelise B. Green posted on 11/9/18

Dear Dave, Chris and Carol... time sometimes seems short. It was wonderful to know Claire from Chandler Junior High School and John Marshall High School in Richmond. Even though Claire went to William and Mary and I became an R.N., but we never lost a beat with each other over the years. She will be missed, but Claire and her family will always be in my heart.....Love always, Aelise

 

Saffron Tong posted on 11/9/18

Jonathan, You will grealty be missed especially those patients you cared for. Thank you for what you did with the patients. Now it's time for us to care for your beautiful family.

 

Kathy Carlson and Hilda offutt posted on 11/9/18

What a remarkable woman! In recent years I would see Myrtle at Spring Arbor when I was there visiting my mother. She had the most beautiful smile and just seemed to radiate love and kindness. I heard stories about how she would remain in the dining room long after a meal was over to cheer up an unhappy resident. My mom and I are blessed to have known her..

 

Craig and Lori Overstreet posted on 11/9/18

So sad for your loss of this great man! He accomplished much in his short life and leaves a behind a loving wife and four children. You were loved and respected by all and will be missed.

 

Olivia Tipton - Social Worker posted on 11/9/18

From the Riverside West Point Facility. Jonathan touched the lives of so many of our residents. He was always kind and compassionate. He was a great comfort to many with whom he spent time with. Jonathan will be missed by many of our residents and staff. It was a privilege to have worked with him. Please know that our hearts and thoughts are with you.

 

Lisa & Joann Guidos posted on 11/9/18

Hard to believe, we just saw him last week. He was a good man and will be missed by many, especially his family. All our love ❤️

 

Margarita Orzolek "Marge" posted on 11/9/18

I will miss Jonathan. There are no words to describe the sadness I feel in my heart. I can only hope that I will see him again in heaven. We were both part of a great Riverside team. I am a pharmacist and relied on his expert opinion. He cared about his residents which was very apparent to me. On occasion he would ask for my opinion and I would get an email with “hello Pharmacy guru”. I giggled every time I saw that. I thank God for the times I shared with Jonathan. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Rachel Robbins posted on 11/9/18

Johnathan is dearly loved and missed by all. My heart and prayers have been with you all. I really wish I could be there to see everyone and just be there with you. I'm truly sorry for this great loss. God bless. Love always.

 

 

Brooke Gary posted on 11/9/18

So sorry for your loss. Joe was one of my regular clients. I cut his hair and gave him pedicures. I enjoyed his company very much and thought highly of him. I last saw him September 11 and recently wondered why I had not seen him for his regular hair cut. I came across this. He always made me laugh when he’d ask me how to work something on his cellphone. I am going to miss him as my client.

 

Thayer Cory posted on 11/8/18

Barbara, I was so sorry to hear about you mom's passing. I only met her several times, but saw her at so many community gatherings and important events. Her energy was infectious and her spirit palpable. I know this leaves a big hole in your life and in your heart. I will be holding you and your family in the Light in the days ahead.

 

Janice Jenkins posted on 11/8/18

We are so sorry for your loss. Remembering Jonathan as a good father, caring doctor, and good cook as well. we love you and are praying for you.

 

Claudia Melgaard posted on 11/8/18

I was exceptionally lucky to be born into an extended family that included Bill Underwood. From standing in the front row of his and Tillie's wedding at age five, to my last visit at 73, Uncle Billy was the best. I owe many of my best experiences growing up and as an adult to him and Tillie. He taught me so much in my struggles to play music and never seemed to mind. He always had stories to tell of places he went and facts he gathered. He was a true gentleman who made the world a better place. What more can one ask. I will truly miss him but my memories will remain.

 

Katie Church posted on 11/8/18

The Church family would like to send our love and prayers to the family

 

Allison Brody posted on 11/7/18

Peter and I send our most sincere condolences to Barb and the entire family for the loss of your beloved mother to whom you were so lovingly dedicated. What a wonderful gift Myrtle was to this world. A lion of a woman has left us. May her memory be a blessing to all.

 

 

Shelley Meyers Cordle posted on 11/7/18

Mrs. Parker always put a smile on your face and warmth in your heart.

 

Beth Glover posted on 11/7/18

Chris, I am thinking of you and your family today as you have your mother's funeral service. I can only imagine your loss and grief. I remember the kindness of your mother and her strong sense of spirit. I have fond memories of her from when we were in high school. I wish you, your dad and husband comfort and peace during this time of loss. May God's love fill you with good memories and reassurance that even death cannot part us. Much love to you and your family old friend. Beth

 

Dianna Y Bailey posted on 11/7/18

I was so sorry to hear of Claire's passing. She has been a wonderful friend the past year that I've known her, and I valued her friendship. I feel such a heartfelt loss. My deepest sympathy to her family. I'm sending many prayers.

 

Eleanor Williams Hahne posted on 11/6/18

I am saddened to hear this news. Billy always had a smile on his face and a joke to tell. I will miss his drawings of Santa at Christmas. He was a joy to be around

 

Bill and Betsy Pritchard posted on 11/6/18

Bill and I send our deepest sympathy to Myrtle’s children and her family. We loved Myrtle and was so blessed to have known her through Saint Martins. With the love of Christ that shined through her she touched so many lives. We will miss her but the Lord blessed her with a very long life and now she is resting in her eternal home with her loving Savior and we will see her again someday. She was one of the sweetest and loving ladies I have ever known and she never forgot you. May the Lord give her family peace and comfort in the days ahead. Love in Christ, Bill and Betsy

 

Katrina Warren posted on 11/6/18

Brenda and family, I am truly sorry for your loss. I will keep you all in Pray.

 

 

Catherine Byrd Bushby (Cathy Byrd) posted on 11/6/18

As my 6th grade teacher, Irma Parker taught me to stand up for myself as a young lady. The story is too detailed to tell, but I have remembered it all of my life. She was an outstanding teacher. Deepest condolences to all of her family.

 

Old Friend posted on 11/6/18

I miss you Sandman, everyday. I wish I had known that you were ill...

 

Suzanne Hagedonr posted on 11/5/18

I was so very sorry when I heard that Ms. Myrtle went into Hospice, but she had a beautiful, inspirational life and I hope that her family was able to gather around her at Hospice in the days before her death. It seems right, meet, and fitting that this modern-day saint would go back to her maker on the Feast of All Saints. She was an inspiration and role model for her church family at St. Martin's and my family felt privileged to know her and worship with her. May she have eternal rest after her well-lived life, and may light perpetual shine upon her as she feasts eternally with all the saints.

 

Barbara and Nan Eddins posted on 11/3/18

We were so sorry to hear of Claire's passing. She was such an important volunteer at FISH where we knew her, and told each other cat jokes and funny cat happenings in our respective homes. Claire was so thoroughly familiar with the operations of FISH, and so very organized in her quiet work there! We all relied on her knowledge and efficiency. She was a good Christian woman and lived her convections every day. She will be very missed. Please accept our sincere sympathies on her passing.

 

Stella Marrow posted on 11/2/18

Janis my heart is saddened for your loss, I Can Only Imagine the hurt and pain that you are feeling right now and I just wanted you to know that I will always be here for you whenever you need me, I will keep you in the family in my prayers forever and always.

 

 

Valerie and Howard Perkins posted on 11/2/18

Dear Slater family, We are so very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this hard time. Love and hugs.

 

Benita and Ronald Whitby posted on 11/1/18

Sorry for your loss. May God continue to bless your family

 

Tim Nixon and Kevin Moran posted on 11/1/18

Christopher, we were so sorry to hear about your mom. Our thoughts go out to you and your dad. Your mother was a sweet, sweet woman, but she was also a person who demonstrated intelligence and conviction. It's been a while since we've seen her (or you for that matter), but we remember fondly all of those times in Chincoteague, Williamsburg, and Arlington.

 

Kristin posted on 11/1/18

Rest in peace, Uncle Darnell

 

Keith Wegscheid posted on 11/1/18

I remember Jack as 'Mr. Ruff'. He always seemed to understand that teenage boys will sometimes be 'teenage boys' and knew when we needed a smile, a warning, a pat on the back, or some good advice. I remember him very fondly and my condolences and deepest sympathies to his family. God Bless.

 

Helen & Ray posted on 11/1/18

We feel blessed to have had you as a friend and neighbor, Darnell. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Sylvia Miller posted on 10/31/18

My deepest sympathy with love

 

 

Crystal Jackson posted on 10/31/18

My condolence to your family

 

Deanna Johnson posted on 10/31/18

Chris, your Mom was the most welcoming and kindest of people I've ever known. She always greeted everyone with a smile and sincere warmth. Am so honored to have visited with her and your Dad in what we know to be the happiest of homes in Williamsburg. Sending you, your Dad and your family the biggest of hugs and prayers for comfort.

 

Jim & Mary Osborn posted on 10/31/18

We particularly remember Wil's ready sense of humor. He could be serious, but he could think of something funny to say about almost any situation. We will miss his e-mails reminding us to enjoy life.

 

 

Michael Vreeland and Jeff Davis posted on 10/31/18

Claire will be remembered in our hearts and minds. May she rest in peace and rise in glory!

 

Jane Monacell posted on 10/31/18

John and I were so sad to hear of Clair's passing. We knew Claire and Dave through Pat and Frank Richardson and had the privilege of sharing many happy gatherings with them at the Richardson river house and in Richmond. Claire was such a wonderful, gentle, kind lady and she will be so very missed. We need more people in the world like Claire. Our deepest sympathy to Dave and family. We hope knowing that others remember and are thinking of you all is some small comfort. With love, Jane and John Monacell

 

Tony and GeLynna Shaw posted on 10/31/18

Dave and Robin- We are so sorry for your loss. You and the entire family our in our thoughts and prayers. Sending love and peace to you. Love Tony and G

 

Sara Terry posted on 10/31/18

Dave and Robin and family-our deepest sympathy to you and your entire family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you-please take good care.

 

Tom and Marcia Kurtz posted on 10/31/18

Being a neighbor of Jack Ruff was truly a gift and so many have great memories of the greeting and smile that accompanied every meeting. He and Suzanne have shared an amazing life and glorious role models for all. Our prayers to his whole family and may they continue spreading the joy they saw in Jack. We are proud to have known him.

 

Dave and Nancy Rilling posted on 10/30/18

Dear Slater Family: Our "Aunt" Sandy will live in our hearts until we ourselves are called home to be with our Lord. We have known Pat and Sandy for some 60 years and were neighbors there in Woodbridge and we watched the children grow to adulthood. Sandy was a wonderful, caring, calm person who was loved by everyone. A truly great mom to the children and a Proverbs 31 wife to Pat. We regret living so far apart during these later years. But, we recall the many good times shared in Hawaii and in Virginia over the years. Please accept our sincere condolences. We know that she will be missed, but we also know she has heard Jesus say: "Well done, my faithful servant". A truly totally wonderful person her whole life. Our joy is knowing the extended Pat and Sandy slater family. DR/NLR

 

Dave and Nancy Rilling posted on 10/30/18

A most gracious, beautiful lady loved by all.

 

 

Sylvia McKinney posted on 10/30/18

To my CG neighborhood friend. Cheese will never be forgotten. Another Angel to watch over all...

 

 

Lorri and Noel Veden posted on 10/29/18

Suzanne and loved ones ... To be absent from this place is to be present with the Lord. Jack will be missed . God's love and ours ,

 

Hank Majdeski posted on 10/29/18

My deepest and sincere condolences to Jack's family. I came to know Jack at a time in my life when I was experiencing a lot of despair and lack of confidence in who I was and the direction I was heading. Jack's fellowship and support helped me through that period and come out on the other side a better, more positive person. I'll always cherish the time I had with him.

 

Barbara, Patrice, and LaMar Banks posted on 10/29/18

Our deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. May God give you the peace that you seek.

 

Bernie & Tina Thomas posted on 10/29/18

You will be missed but in our hearts forever. Love your Brother from another Mother, Bernie and Tina

 

Linda Wallace-Cody posted on 10/29/18

Amy you and your family are in my heart and mind. My condolences on the passing of your father.

 

Terri Hockaday posted on 10/29/18

Od bless you all

 

Terri Hockaday posted on 10/29/18

I remember you from he school days. You were always so much fun .God bless you and your family

 

Katherine Lawson posted on 10/28/18

Suzanne, I'm so glad I got to know you and wonderful, sweet Jack. I regret it was so late in his illness. I can only imagine how vital he was before Alzheimer's took over. My memories of him are his engaging smile and his overwhelming desire to help me move some of Richard's furniture. That always makes me smile and says so much about that wonderful husband of yours. I look forward to seeing you again, and to remembering our two guys in heaven...they would have been great friends.

 

Jim Hughes posted on 10/28/18

Dear Par and Marian, Very saddened to learn of Bill's passing. Danny Brookman shared this information with me yesterday. Please know that my thoughts and prayers, and I know those of many others, are with you and your family. May he rest is peace and God's grace give you strength going forward. Jim Hughes Manager, Training (Retired) The Apprentice School

 

Robert Anderson posted on 10/28/18

To Mike and family, I'm so sorry for your loss. -Robert

 

The Roberts-Barcalow Family posted on 10/28/18

We are most grateful for the times we spent on Walsingham sidelines with Jack, with his infectious smile and enthusiastic support of his grandsons and all their friends. We have missed him and will continue to do so, but we are thankful to have know this special man and his cherished family.

 

Jena Altman posted on 10/27/18

Aunt Faye, You were a rock in our lives. A constant. Unwavering. I wish I had the chance to give you at least one more big hug. I’d tell you how much you mean to me. I’d thank you for always being there for us. I’d tell you how you are the best friend my mother has ever had, and how special you are to her. I’d make a point to thank you for that, because the unwavering support you give her everyday, helps her be the person she is. I wish I could tell you that you are the best at being a true friend. I’m reminding her to be strong, the way you would, and did for so long. I will strive to be as good a friend to those in my life, as you were to her. Through any struggle that I can remember, I always saw you standing strong beside her, and holding her hand until the storm cleared. I love you so much for providing her that type of friendship, for loving us like your own, and being my Godmother. Until we meet again, we go on carrying a piece of you in our hearts, everyday. You are embedded into our souls, and we will draw strength from the strength you always gave us. Love you so much. Rest with the Angels We are going to miss you more than words can say. ❌⭕️ Sending love to mike, pj and the entire family.

 

 

Edie and Mike Kennedy posted on 10/27/18

Our deepest Sympathy, to Mr Mehegan, Laura, Madeleine, AbyGail and Family. Our words cannot fully express the sorrow we feel after learning about the death of your beloved Mrs Nancy Mehegan. May you forever treasure the wonderful times you had. Our prayers are with your entire family. Edie, Mike Kennedy and Family(Abib Niang’s Aunt and Uncle)

 

Shelby Chisman posted on 10/26/18

Miss and love you daddy

 

 

Elizabeth Smith Givens posted on 10/26/18

Bruton

 

 

Elizabeth Smith Givens posted on 10/26/18

Bruton High

 

Karen Hosack posted on 10/26/18

Dear Mrs. Gendron , Becky, Tim, and Angela, we are so sorry for the loss of your sweet father and husband . Your family has been such a big part of my life growing up, extending love, generosity and kindness , truly my second home . As years passed, Colin would also love being part of your mom and dad's home as well , Colin said "Grandpa Gendron is like a rock star , the best gamer ever ! I want to be just like him " and he always looked forward to visits with Carter and your dad. There was always a moral lesson in the gaming your dad would impart to the boys - the treasure in the fun was how much Colin loved playing games with "grandpa Gendron" gleaning little nuggets about fairness and honesty . We will miss him ! He is with Christ Jesus - his is has received his inheritance . Know you are in our hearts and in our prayers as you grieve this loss on earth , praying you have peace knowing you will be together again in heaven. We love you, Karen and Alan

 

K. Harrison posted on 10/26/18

Mr. Larkin sounds like he was a special person to have known. My sincerest condolences to the family. May you find comfort in God's promise that "He will swallow up death forever and....wipe away the tears from all faces."  Pray to him for strength and he will sustain you during this most difficult time. (Isaiah 25:8)

 

 

Sylvia McKinney posted on 10/25/18

Prayers and condolences to the family.

 

Kathy Glass posted on 10/25/18

Mike, I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that I understand your pain and wish I had words to help you through this. I pray that god will give you and your family the comfort you seek. God Bless You, Kathy Glass

 

Bill and Ginnie Watson posted on 10/25/18

So sorry for the loss of such a wonderful person at such a young age. Thoughts and sympathy to the family

 

Betty Jo Seal posted on 10/25/18

Words are hard at the moment, but the memories are great. I am so thankful our families connected long ago. There are so many great memories and fun times as we grew up. Our condolences to Mike, Rusty, Tony, and all the rest of the family. May there be a peace that over takes and brings a comfort to you all at this time.

 

Janice Baxter posted on 10/25/18

Faye was one of the sweetest people I've ever know. We worked together for many years, happy years. Her smile was always ready, her help available when ever you needed it. The world has lost a beautiful soul and heaven has gained a new angel. Mike and family, I'm so sorry. This is a terrible shock. May she rest in peace in the arms of the angels.

 

Peggy Lankford posted on 10/24/18

Faye my closest friend when we were growing up. You helped me deal with all that life was giving us that we didn't understand at the time. Your soft smile, compassionate heart and love for life will be so missed. MIke and family, may you keep the best of memories in your souls as you deal with your loss. My heart hurts for you all. With all my love, Peggy

 

Lisa D'Aromando posted on 10/24/18

Louise, I am so sorry for your loss. I will always remember Arlie's kindness as he welcomed stray students like myself into your home for delicious dinners. I'm sending my love and prayers your way.

 

Ray Gendron posted on 10/24/18

My brother had a great sense of humor and was a pleasure to be around. We would talk about experiences of our youth including, his violin (which he never learned to play, his favorite baseball teams (Red Sox and Dodgers), politics, religion, restaurants, the 3 stooges, our time filling prescriptions at the Newport Naval Hospital, his pets and a plethora of miscellaneous topics. He was always happy to see me and made me feel that I was very important to him, including the final week of his life when I visited him at the hospital. My brother was a true lifetime friend, and I already miss him very much. Ray

 

Dan Kammer posted on 10/24/18

Arlie you were a gentleman and a scholar and a good man. We will all miss you but never forget your presence. We were all lucky to say that we knew you. Rest well. Louise my condolences to you and the girls. My thoughts are with you all.

 

 

Bonnie Bridger Mittelmaier posted on 10/24/18

Lighting a forever candle for Mr. Wil. Thank you for all of your many gracious efforts and time spent in support of so many worthy causes in our community. I knew Mr. Wil from his participation in the Christopher Wren Association. May angels sing you to your rest. Peace and comfort for the family.

 

 

Marlene Wootem posted on 10/24/18

Faye was the best cousin you could ask for. We went thru our crazy teen years together and I will always treasure those memories. She was funny, kind, loving and beautiful inside and out. Thanks Mike for loving and caring for her. I will keep you and the family in my thoughts and prayers. Love Marlene

 

John & Jeanne Klesch posted on 10/23/18

Wil had the kindest face with twinkling blue eyes. He was super intelligent and never lost his cool and remained soft spoken until he let us hear his wonderful voice.

 

Angela posted on 10/23/18

I will always cherish exchanging crazy jokes with my Dad. He made me laugh more than anyone I ever knew, and he gave me a wonderful quirky outlook on life that always makes the rough spots that much easier. <3

 

judy nisich posted on 10/23/18

Faye was such a beautiful and kind person......lives were enriched just by knowing her.......to Mike and the extended family, our deepest sympathy for your loss

 

Kay Castellow McKnight posted on 10/23/18

Louise you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I will continue to be thinking of you,

 

Debby Serena posted on 10/23/18

Peyton, I’m so very sorry for your loss. Arlie was a wonderful father and loved you with all his heart. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers. Much love, Debby

 

Sam and Jackie Bowlin posted on 10/22/18

Jack was a real gentleman and good Christian man who did a lot for his church, he had a smile for all and will be greatly missed.

 

Kristey & Jim Husband posted on 10/22/18

Dear Louise & Family, We are so sorry for your loss. He obviously touched many hearts (yours for sure). May you find peace & comfort in the coming days. Hold on to those precious memories and to know you will all be in our thoughts and prayers. Warm regards, Kristey and Jim

 

Amanda Szwast posted on 10/21/18

I remember so fondly being a happy witness to when you, Louise, found Arlie (and he found you). Never have two people been better suited and loved more. He was a fine, fine gentleman. I am sending love and comfort to you, Louise, and all of your family. My deepest condolences to you all.

 

Edward Robinson posted on 10/21/18

Louise - so really sorry to hear about Arlie Our thoughts are with you and your family at this time. Hopefully the wonderful memories of the times you shared together will be what is with you most right now.

 

Katie and Everett Price posted on 10/20/18

Louise, we are so sorry Arlie's long battle is over. The two of you, and lots of medical professionals, gave it everything you had. The Lord God must have decided he was ready to have a really special Southern gentleman in his inner circle. Arlie was such an essential part of your extended family, I know he leaves a huge hole in many lives. We wish we had known him better.

 

Jen and Bill Beebe posted on 10/20/18

We are so honored to have called Arlie a friend! We will always remember what an amazing guy he was and a true gem! Rest In Peace dear friend and know you will be missed but never ever forgotten!

 

Missy milner posted on 10/20/18

Louise so sorry to hear this you have been such a devoted wonderful wife and I know he will be so missed... love ya and know that you and the family are in my prayers

 

Gary & Rev. Marie Allen posted on 10/20/18

Louise and family: What a suitably-beautiful and comprehensive remembrance. So sorry to lose Arlie but it was surely a welcome release and restoration for him. His character and kindness were evident in the first few minutes after meeting him, and his grit and determination gave his loved ones precious opportunities to make more memories with him. May God bless and comfort you in this time of healing and of celebration of a life well-lived.

 

Carol Powell Couch posted on 10/20/18

Louise, I sending all my love and prayers to you and the girls. I never met Arlie, but I new your love for him and his for you was true! Find strength with your girls and family to remember the memories of your wonderful husband, father and man. All my love, Carol

 

Mercedes Breen posted on 10/20/18

Charlie, Anna and Brianna deepest condolences on the your loss. Our prayers are with you.

 

Darnell Jones posted on 10/20/18

To Lou and the girls, may To "Lou" and the girls. May God bless you during this time of lost. We here at Williamsburg Genesis/Hyundai will greatly miss Arlie and his enthusiasm and appreciation for fine automobiles.

 

Mike and Linda Whittaker posted on 10/20/18

Louise, please accept our most heartfelt sympathies . Arlie was absolutely one of the most diligent, honest, intelligent and honest people I have ever had dealings with. We can only imagine what a wonderful life you had together. If possible, heaven has been made an even better place to eventually call home.

 

Laura Chambers posted on 10/20/18

Louise, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Praying for you and your family to have peace and many fond memories. Love in our bond,

 

Kathleen Tobias posted on 10/19/18

Dear Louise, My prayers are with you and the girls at this sad time. May the wonderful memories you and Arlie created sustain you. He was so fortunate to have you by his side through his courageous battle and you so fortunate to know the love of this great man. Fondly, Kathleen Tobias

 

Amy Blumhardt posted on 10/19/18

My condolences.

 

Fran and Don Pons posted on 10/19/18

Dear Norma and family, We send our sincere condolences and blessings to you all.

 

Nick and Sharon Eremita posted on 10/18/18

Our deepest condolences and sympathies

 

Marie Coonahan posted on 10/17/18

So sorry to hear about Bob who was such a fine gentleman.

 

LISA MUSGROVE posted on 10/17/18

I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Kris Amos posted on 10/16/18

I was so sorry to hear of your loss. Please accept my deepest condolences. Wishing you strength through this time of grief.

 

Larry & Kelly Lybeck posted on 10/15/18

We are sorry for the loss of Maude to the Mettler family and their friends. Maude was a great lady and a lifetime friend to our folks, Faye & Henry. She was always kind and will be missed by everyone that knew her. Our best to the Mettler family.

 

Sharon and Kenneth Gorleski posted on 10/14/18

May God's love make your grief bearable. Wishing you and your family strength and peace.

 

Robin Hare Stewart posted on 10/14/18

Met Dana @ Beazley remained friends all through school years. Chatted on Messenger some. My thoughts & Prayers are with her family !

 

 

Faith Jones posted on 10/13/18

Meeting you for the first time in my drive way when you dropped James off

 

Fay Bamond posted on 10/13/18

Bob was always such a gentleman. His family meant the world to him. I will remember him fondly and know he will Rest In Peace. God Bless Norma and Tara and the entire family.

 

Gail & Ed Harrison posted on 10/13/18

So sad to hear this news. Bob was a wonderful man who surly wanted to please his family. I miss him swimming in the pool and jogging around the Vineyards. Bob had a wonderful life. He will be missed. Praying for u and your family.

 

Rose Barry posted on 10/13/18

Please accept my deepest condolences . May he rest in peace and may the Good Lord give you strength.

 

Carey Elizabeth posted on 10/11/18

No words could possibly express how much I miss you, Mom. No one knows me better or loves me more than you do. How will I go on without the one person who truly cared about me and what happens in my life? I love you with all of my heart. Please stay with me always and be waiting for me with open arms and with all of the Westies by your side when it’s my time to depart from this earthly life. Xoxo.

 

Elaine Hinckley posted on 10/8/18

Dear Ruth, We have known you for more than 55 years. We sang in St. John's Girls Choir together, worked with the Brownies, you were a hostess at my wedding and a dear friend all those years. We enjoyed many visits to your Williamsburg house and helped me bring history alive to my 4th graders for many years. My children called you Aunt Ruthie because you were my Rainbow sister. I will miss our frequent phone conversations and sharing advice as to how to run the Conservancy. Jim (my husband) will miss the long conversations with you and we will both miss you very much. God speed on your journey home. May the way be lighted with prayers and candles.

 

Dorothy (Preissler) Weis posted on 10/8/18

I remember Ruth as being one of the "older" girls in the Girls Choir at St. John's. She always had a smile and included the "younger" girls in conversations. When she went to England I asked her to bring home a rock from Westminster Abbey and she did. I had it forever. She will never be forgotten . Rest in our Lord and be at peace.

 

Hoyt Davenport posted on 10/8/18

Charles, I am so sorry to learn of Carol’s passing. I have good memories of her when she served on the Williamsburg James City County school Board. She will be missed by many people within our community. And obviously she believe missed greatly by you.

 

Hoyt Davenport posted on 10/8/18

Charles, I am so sorry to learn of Carol’s passing. I Have a good memories of her, as she served on the Williamsburg James City County school Board. She will be missed by many members of our community. And, certainly by you.

 

Joan M. Grace posted on 10/6/18

Ruth's friendship was a treasure, from our youth to our old age - from Girl Scouts to Monday Night Girl as senior citizens. I fondly remember celebrating birthdays together as we created culinary dinners for our friends, laughing as we got lost driving thru the Catskill mountains, learning how to do new things like rubber stamping - she was an inspiration to try new things. Her boldness inspired me to be strong and explore. Her gifts were so diverse and so were our conversations. My life has been blessed by her and thankful for the memories. Our faith in Christ shaped us and lets me say, rest in peace dear friend.

 

 

Cherry and Lee Vaughan and Family posted on 10/6/18

Sherry and family~Lee and I were so very sorry to hear about Bill’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of your family. We have such fun memories at all the family events at Uncle Pat’s house. Please know we care. Love you all.

 

Louise and Al Vereeken posted on 10/5/18

So many wonderful memories of our dear friend Ruth - through high school, Rainbow Girls, sleepovers to make attending Monday Night Girls easier and our life adventures. Ruth encouraged our late son Derek to try skiing, public speaking and drinking Coca Cola for breakfast (which we nipped in the bud!!!). We loved hearing of her many adventures and helped her through those famous “Novembers” where Schultz always seemed to get injured in!!!! We will always remember the MNG weekends, the picnics at Joan’s, the different crafts she got us into and the forthright, direct and caring person Ruth was. We shall miss our dear friend and are so grateful that she was a part of our life - her legacy to us.

 

Hilda and Arthur Petersen posted on 10/5/18

I first met Ruth in the 50's being members of St' John's Lutheran Church in Jersey City, N.J. and as members of the "Order of Rainbow for girls" In the 60's the "Monday Night Girls" were formed and Ruth was one of the original girls for over 50 years. Mournfully she is now the first to leave us physically, but will always remain one of us in our hearts. Ruth was the most daring and adventurous MNG, as an avid sailer, skier, world traveller and motorcyclist. Ruth introduced us to Williamsburg over 10 years ago, when she was buying her property and planning her dream house, which she showed us even before it was built. Since then Williamsburg has become our most frequently used vacation spot and we always had wonderful and memorable days with her in Virginia. We will always miss you until we meet again. Hilda Petersen

 

buddy rilee posted on 10/5/18

To Phillips family, very sorry to hear of bill's passing. I got to know him pretty good over the years and he was a lot of fun to be around. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Helen Nixon posted on 10/5/18

37 years ago I joined Monday Night Girls, which Ruth was a member of. I have so many happy and fun memories of our times together. We went up to NY State each year in the fall for the weekend with many great adventures and lots of food. Ruth loved to do stamping, had many stamping parties and enjoyed sharing new techniques she learn at the shows. She was so adventurous and loved to travel and we loved to hear all about her experiences. Always so cheerful and upbeat, she will be truly missed. At peace now with new adventures in a new place.

 

Cappy Troy posted on 10/5/18

Thinking of you our dearest Sherry! The Troys love you so and have you close in our hearts right now.

 

Patricia Price posted on 10/3/18

Moravian College has lost a wonderful alumnus. Phil was a kind man who enjoyed returning to campus. He was a perfect example of the men of his era who returned from service in the late 40's then balanced work and family while pursuing a college education. I had the honor of working with him on his 70th Moravian reunion in 2013. Sincere condolences to the family.

 

Jackson Family posted on 10/3/18

We would like to express our deepest sympathy. May those precious memories be foremost in your hearts and minds during this difficult time. Isaiah 25:8

 

Shirley Harkess posted on 10/1/18

Also as a 1967 Pi Phi at William and Mary, what I remember most about Bonnie was her beautiful smile, which had just, or was about to, burst forth, as a clear indicator of her positive and generous nature. She has done much good. My deepest sympathy to Bob, Jennifer, and Carey in their profound loss, especially its extreme suddenness.

 

 

David & Michelle Menio posted on 10/1/18

So sorry to hear about your loss. You have our deepest condolences . May God be with you at this time of sorrow.

 

Jessica Bobal posted on 10/1/18

Pat and family, "Bim" was a great guy. He spoke so highly of dad ( Albert Kovacs), his Uncle. Every time we were able to spend time with you and "Bim" , I always had a warm heart, his sincerity was genuine. He will be missed. Love, Jess and Jim

 

Sharon Baker posted on 9/30/18

Liz, love & prayers to you & your family

 

Newport News High School 1955 Classmates (Willard Weaver) posted on 9/30/18

Liz, Jerry's classmates at Newport News High School were shocked at Jerry's passing. We are saddened by the news. He will be missed at the monthly luncheons. He was, as always, willing to share the times and events we experienced in high school. Many hilarious stories stories lived again in our luncheon conversations.The pizza parties at your house were highlights of the year. If there is anything we can do to help in these sad times, please call me. The class will make a contribution to CW in Jerry's name.

 

Phyllis hipps posted on 9/30/18

Liz, so sorry to read of your husband's passing. I never had the pleasure of meeting him, his volunteer work was commendable. Deepest sympathy to you and your family.

 

Deborah Hall posted on 9/29/18

Bonnie was one of those people you run across in your life that leave you feeling better just because you knew them! I feel so fortunate to have known Bonnie and worked with her many years ago at a local savings and loan. To the Lent Family - may all your wonderful memories warm your heart for many years to come. With much Sympathy and Love

 

Al and Judy I posted on 9/28/18

We grieve with you.....so sorry

 

Joan Dainer posted on 9/28/18

Joan Dainer, 9/2928/18 To Bob and family, Our heartfelt condolences for the passing of your beloved Bonnie. I enjoyed her so much when we were Pi Phi sorority sisters at William and Mary. It was great seeing you at on some of our visits to Williamsburg. Michael shared the fun of being in marching and concert bands with you both. We hope that the peace Bonnie now has will lessen the pain of your loss. She led an amazing and fulfilling life. XX Joan and Michael Dainer

 

Judy Bailey Davis posted on 9/27/18

So many fond memories of Bonnie from high school, from our families spending time together on the beaches of her beloved Outer Banks, to reuniting at Carey's beautiful wedding. Bob, Jennifer, Carey and family, our heartfelt sympathy.

 

JW posted on 9/27/18

I didn't have the pleasure of knowing Patricia but having personally experienced the awful sting of death and the grief that comes with losing a loved one, I wanted to send my sincere condolences. May the cherished memories of your loving wife, mother, and sister comfort you as you look forward to the fulfillment of John 5:28,29 when you may be reunited with her again.

 

Patsy and Van Capps posted on 9/27/18

Our hearts are wrapped around Bob, Carey and Jennifer as we grieve with you the loss of this precious wife, mother and my dear friend.

 

Donald & Mary Lent posted on 9/27/18

Our Prayeres are with you and the kids

 

Donald & Mary Lent posted on 9/27/18

We read with great sadness about Bonnies passing. Our pratyers are with you and the kids.

 

Jennifer Kristin Lent Hamilton posted on 9/26/18

Mom, I will miss you every day for the rest of my life. I would do anything to bring you back. Nothing will ever be the same again. My heart is broken forever. Thank you for giving me the love of the performing arts and shaping me to be a kind and loving person like you. I love you. Your daughter, Jennifer

 

 

Melinda Otey posted on 9/26/18

To a beautiful soul inside and out. You will be sorely missed. No matter how your day was going you were always willing to help whomever was in need. Your light was always strong and bright. I will miss our time we spent together. Thank you for being my dear friend.

 

Sherri West posted on 9/26/18

Bonnie and I were sorority sisters in Pi Phi, and she will be dearly missed. Though I moved to NJ after marrying a W&M grad, Bob West, we would return to VA to visit family and attend Homecoming, and we always visited Bonnie and Bob there, as well as in Nags Head a couple of times. My thoughts are with Bob, Carey, and Jennifer, and I pray that they will find comfort in their memories of Bonnie. Just tonight I attended a Joan Baez concert and her final song was "Forever Young." That's the way I'll remember Bonnie and those wonderful years at W&M.

 

Millie Condrey Wright posted on 9/25/18

I was also a member of the class of '63...our class will surely miss seeing her at reunions and I know she will be missed by all. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

William Millican posted on 9/25/18

Condolences on your loss. Thoughts and prayers to Bob, Carey, and Jennifer during this difficult time.

 

Maria Bauer posted on 9/24/18

Patti Ann, I will always remember your compassionate heart and loving kindness you sent me as I was grieving the loss of Marty. May you two meet again across the universe.

 

Rachael Loving posted on 9/24/18

My girl. My friend. My confidant. I will miss our visits. Our talks. I’ve known you for so so long. Your life and your caring heart was a blessing to everyone who knew you. I was one lucky girl to be in your life. Shoulder to shoulder, my sister. LYBS. Love you be safe.

 

Chris Faia posted on 9/23/18

Patricia was a caring professional and a loving friend. She was also deeply spiritual. Patricia will be missed by many.

 

LJ posted on 9/22/18

I am so sorry for your loss. The scriptures point to a time in the near future when God will rescue those who have died from the grave. “From the power of the Grave I will redeem them; From death I will recover them. Where are your stings, O Death? Where is your destructiveness, O Grave? Compassion will be concealed from my eyes.” (Hosea 13:14) God will bring those who have died back to life, and he will destroy death. No more will we deal with the stings of death. Rather, all living will have the prospect of living forever in paradise on earth. May this hope for the future comfort your grieving hearts.

 

Steve radh posted on 9/22/18

Great friend and co worker work and fished with him for years was looking Jr a brother great man

 

 

Paulette Amory posted on 9/21/18

I met Patricia at WUU. she was always kind and thoughtful. A sweet spirit!

 

Liz & Rot Snyder posted on 9/20/18

We met Pat at Williamsburg Unitarian Universalists. It was always\s good to see her and we always exchanged hugs. She often helped on the hospitality team, .smiling as she welcomed guests and regulars. She was very proud of her handsome son. She loved to sing but was unable to join the choir because it rehearsed on a night that she had a conflict. We have missed her recently. She will rest in our hearts for a very long time.

 

Ronny J Gossett posted on 9/19/18

Worked with and fished a lot with Tim. He was a very friendly person. He will be missed. My prayers go out to his friends and family

 

Nancy Bryce posted on 9/18/18

On behalf of the entire Management and staff of Five Star U Street Parking, LLC at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, I extend our sincere condolences to Juanita's immediate family and other relatives at this time of loss of their beloved one. The Five Star U Street family is saddened to learn of her passing. May she rest in peace.

 

 

Rita Johnson posted on 9/18/18

Rita Johnson

 

 

Rita Johnson posted on 9/18/18

R Johnson

 

Ken Lewis posted on 9/18/18

I'll always remember tim for his sense of humor and his work effort while I worked with him at Ball. My condolences to his family anf riends.

 

Jeff Biery posted on 9/17/18

I was fortunate enough to witness the strength, wisdom and dedication to family that Juanita embodied. I enjoyed her witty conversation, honest perspective and her irreplaceable sense of humor. Your confidence and friendship will be greatly missed.

 

 

Helen and Tony Lineham posted on 9/15/18

We will forever remember Juanita as a caring friend and loving grandmother to Willow and Carson. May your beautiful soul rest in peace.

 

Patty Walters posted on 9/14/18

Sincerest condolences to Phyliss's family. She was a dear, sweet lady. She had a awesome sense of humor.

 

Donna Cooper posted on 9/13/18

Dearest Joyce: I read about your husband in the Gazette. I am truly sorry for your loss, something we now have in common for 2018. How blessed we both were to have loving, Godly men to share our lives. May His peace remind you of all the happy memories you and Dale shared. Love - Donna Cooper

 

John and Jeanne Struck posted on 9/12/18

Joyce, you and your family are in my prayers. Please let me know if you need anything.

 

Lois Wanner posted on 9/12/18

We are grateful for sharing many happy memories of Dale and Joyce and family over the years.Our family sends love and prayers to Joyce, Mark, Lynn, and Merlene The Bob Wanner family -- Lois, Andy, Dawn, Laurel, Loyce, Todd, and April

 

Dawn Wanner Sanger posted on 9/12/18

Happy memories of our families camping together every summer, watching the moon landing together, eating fresh-caught perch or bass (when you could catch some), hugs from "Dunky Dale ", and seeing Indian Blanket flower in your yard for the first time! It is now growing in mine! So happy you are now with my Dad and Grandpop and Grandmom and Bethanne and Arlene and Rich and Lorraine and Ed and others ...and Jesus! Love to you, Aunt Joyce, Mark, Lynn, and Merlene

 

Sadie posted on 9/10/18

Thanks for always making me laugh. You were a great childhood friend. Rest easy.

 

Destiny treckey posted on 9/8/18

Kaitlynn was an amazing women an mother an a good friend you will be missed by so many I send prayers to the family

 

AnnieB posted on 9/8/18

My deepest sympathy to your family for the loss of your dear loved one. May Jehovah God comfort all of you in your time of grief. The Bible promises that there will be a time when we won’t have to worry about death anymore. For Isaiah 25:8 brings out that God “will swallow up death forever, and he will wipe away the tears from all faces.”

 

 

Matt posted on 9/7/18

We went to Lafayette together, prayers to you up in heaven and to your parents Rest in Paradise

 

Catherine Rogers posted on 9/6/18

i am so sorry for your loss. my prayers are with you every day. you are two of the strongest and loving people i have ever met and raised so many wonderful children. love Catherine

 

Catherine Rogers posted on 9/6/18

Lanning

 

Catherine Rogers posted on 9/6/18

i am so sorry my prayers are with you every day. you are two of the strongest people i have ever met. you focused your life on wonderful children my heart goes out to you. so much love Catherine Rogers

 

Tom Howard posted on 9/6/18

Janet was wonderful with and for my Dad, always gracious and welcoming to me, obviously devoted to her family, and treated my son Sam with great kindness and always as a grandson. She included all of us in her family. So, I have always been glad that she and my Dad married. My sympathies to all my step-family for the loss of this fine lady.

 

Diana Delgado posted on 9/6/18

Rest in peace Kaitlynn. You were such a joy to teach. You brightened up our 6th grade classes.

 

Linda Hatcher posted on 9/6/18

Kaitlynn was a beautiful child and a beautiful mother. I am sorry for her family's loss and extend my deepest sympathy.

 

John Sadler posted on 9/6/18

I was so terribly saddened to learn of Kaitlynn's passing. I am among so many who have the entire extended Lanning family at the forefront of our thoughts and prayers, and our arms all around them. May God bless and comfort all of you during this time of sorrow. My wife Patrice and sons Jack and Ian join me in extending our deepest sympathy and most heartfelt condolences.

 

John Sadler posted on 9/6/18

I was so terribly saddened to learn of Kaitlynn's passing. I am among so many who have the entire extended Lanning family at the forefront of our thoughts and prayers, and our arms all around them. May God bless and comfort all of you during this time of sorrow. My wife Patrice and sons Jack and Ian join me in sending our deepest sympathy and most heartfelt condolences.

 

Lois Jones posted on 9/6/18

I only met you last year but I remember you being a sweet and beautiful young lady. RIP, Kaitlynn

 

 

Patty Bonham posted on 9/6/18

I remember When You were Born and how proud your Momma was,I babysat you time to time what a Beautiful Baby who became a Beautiful women Ypu will always be remembered and truly always Loved

 

Destiny posted on 9/6/18

You were a beautiful girl with a beautiful heart. Praying for your family during these hard times.

 

The Stanko Family posted on 9/6/18

Our deepest sympathies to the family...our thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time. She will be greatly missed by many.

 

 

Brenda K Spivey posted on 9/6/18

I remember you when you were so little you were beautiful then and still are god bless

 

 

Erica Houck posted on 9/6/18

Love you girl! Rest easy!

 

Bob Fluty posted on 9/4/18

Rest in Peace AJ,we had fun at 5s storage,Rotterdam Junction,N.Y. with our buddies,honored to have you for a friend. Bob Fluty

 

 

Linda Wray Wilson posted on 9/2/18

I have so many fond memories of Steve and all of you from my time at Zorro's restaurant My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time of great sorrow

 

 

Stacey & Stephen Wenczel posted on 8/31/18

May her memories bring joy forever.

 

Joe Salama posted on 8/30/18

I just learned of this loss this week. I am deeply saddened by the loss of this special person. I was the construction project manager for the construction of the Art Cafe 26. Sibilla and I worked hand in hand on the details that set this beautiful space was set appart from just a standard eatery or regular Café. This place was a special place where people could come a learn something new and valuable and be enriched with art culture and have a taste of Europe this unique concept was Sibilla’s and hers alone. Williamsburg lost a little piece of light with the loss of the Art Café 26 and Sibilla Dengs I am a better person to have been able to call her friend. Rest easy my dear friend

 

Liz Fox posted on 8/30/18

So very sad to hear of Harry’s passing .. My Deepest Sympathy to my sister Paulette and children.. and all of Harry’s Family ...I will remember him enjoying his music playing the organ .. R I P Harry .. Liz and Simon

 

Stephanie Hamilton and Boys - UK posted on 8/30/18

Our deepest sympathy and thoughts go out to the Gullet family on the loss of a lovely gentleman.

 

Michelle Fox Thorpe and Family posted on 8/30/18

Our sincere condolences to the Gullett Family. Harry was a wonderful man who will be missed.

 

Jim Ellis posted on 8/30/18

So sorry to hear of your loss. Bunky, as so many in Palestine knew him, was a good friend of my mother's. I know will be missed by many.

 

Kee posted on 8/27/18

To the family, My sincere sympathies on the loss of your loved one. Losing someone that means so much to you is very hard, so I hope that the words at Psalms 34:18 and 2 Corinthians 1:3,4 can bring you much needed comfort.

 

joy ferguson (lived next door to your Dad.) posted on 8/25/18

Jennifer - so very, very sorry to read of Susan's passing. I was in your Dad's old home here in Richmond tonight - and recalled him, Susan and Sly with great fondness. Then thought of you - and went on line to locate Susan. I knew she was very ill - she wrote a letter to me last November or so saying she was not well. I sent a few more letters to her and heard nothing. But - sending you my deepest sympathy for your loss, Jennifer. Pray that you are well and happy.

 

Linda Ricketts posted on 8/24/18

Connie - I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I saw her at the Windsor Woods Elem reunion and was able to talk with her.

 

Sarah Krakauer posted on 8/24/18

Dear Cary, Trish, Michael and Family, Henry and I were sorry we didn’t have a chance to speak with you after the funeral service. Your tribute to your mother was beautifully done, Cary, capturing her inimitable style and the warmth of family interactions. Ethel was such a bright light, and she brought so much to the community, Temple Beth El, and her friends. I am grateful to know that you created the happiest day of her life by surrounding her with your collective love in her final weeks. I hope you will always feel her love surrounding you and your beautiful children and grandchildren. With deepest sympathy, Sarah and Henry Krakauer

 

 

Rev. Jim and Linda Mahaffey posted on 8/23/18

Bless you all. Kara was a dear person, a vital part of our Foundry United Methodist Church, and a child of God now in the arms of Jesus. The peace of Christ that passes understanding be with each of you.

 

 

Amy Mahaffey posted on 8/22/18

Kara was an amazing friend whom I met at church in Virginia Beach. She always made me and others smile with her quick wit, great laugh and kindness. God bless her family and friends.

 

Angela and Tom Winter posted on 8/22/18

We are saddened by the loss of Patty from our new family joined by the marriage of Alex and our daughter Julie. We only have known her a short time but she will be remembered forever. All our love, Angela and Tom

 

Christina Renas Wood posted on 8/21/18

To my Jobie sister, may God keep you in his safe care. Many condolences to the family. Jobie love

 

 

Gayle (Darnton) Lierd posted on 8/21/18

Joyce was a warm compassionate lovely soul who had a smile that uplifted all those she met. I was blessed to spend time with she and Don at several Darnton family occasions and my Mother and Dad (Dad was Don's cousin) enjoyed visits in both Michigan and Virginia. May Don and the family be comforted by loving memories.

 

Toni McChesney posted on 8/21/18

To the family of Kara Ray, Mickey and I was so sorry to hear about Kara passing away. We are thinking about you all. With Deepest Sympathy Mickey and Toni McChesney

 

David Walker posted on 8/20/18

Alex, Patty's passing came as a shock to all of us up here in New Hampshire. We did not see her much, but we will still miss her just the same. Take solace in the fact that she was much loved. Rest in peace Patty. Your Brother Dave

 

Paula Sweeley posted on 8/20/18

Patty was my sister-in-law, and she brought a great deal of happiness to my brother. She created a warm, beautiful and loving home for Lewis and their beloved pets. She was an extremely talented interior decorator, and their home was an oasis of comfortable beauty. Patty had a sharp wit and a wonderful sense of humor. She was fun to be with and will be very much missed. Rest in peace Patricia West. You gave much to the world.

 

Melinda and Lee Talbot posted on 8/19/18

Patty was one of a kind! She really was a force to be reckoned with! She had a great smile, an infectious laugh, and such a big personality --- you KNEW Patty came into a room! We can hardly believe that Patty is gone and we are just so sorry. Our hearts, thoughts and prayers are with Lewis, her family, and friends. May she rest in peace......sending love.....

 

Brenda jolly posted on 8/18/18

You were an awesome teacher and friend. You will be missed by so many friends and loved ones. Rest peacefully, Kara.Brenda

 

Elena & Dan Wilson posted on 8/18/18

Enjoyed Happy Hour with Judy!

 

Aunt Sue posted on 8/18/18

Alex And Julie. So sad to see this. I hope you find comfort in all the things that remind you of the good times with and that all the love you share will sustain you during this time. Love you both

 

Tommy Mariner posted on 8/17/18

Bob was a great friend, liberty buddy, 1st baseman on our China Lake softball team, and one of the best men I ever knew. So sorry for Renee's loss. I fondly recall him chaperoning me and Renee on a Disney Land outing, when Rosemary did not have the patience, and we clearly needed adult supervision. I wonder where my balloon and mouse eared hat are stored. I admired Bob's quiet confidence and strong sense of honor, something aviators who went on multiple Vietnam cruises needed as the nation largely deserted them. Fair winds and following seas.

 

Jim Burnett posted on 8/17/18

Lewis, Alex, and Julie - I am sorry for your loss.

 

Chuck Crisp posted on 8/14/18

RIP my friend and have that Pool table ready so when rematch it will be like the ole days. God bless your family and knowing that Heaven allowed another Angel back home Chuck Crisp

 

Virginia Baston posted on 8/13/18

So sorry Jack and family on the Loss of your wife and mother

 

Linda Banks and family posted on 8/13/18

We are all devastated that Scott has passed on, and we want to tell you how sorry we are for your loss. Words don’t do enough to console at a time like this, but please know that we are there with you in spirit. I wish we lived closer.

 

Winnie and Barry Fratkin posted on 8/11/18

We were saddened to see in the VA Gazette that your mom had passed away. She was a lovely lady, and we have fond memories of her from our Williamsburg days. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families at this time.

 

Neal Clarke posted on 8/11/18

Scott was a dear friend who I admired for his positive attitude about life. There was never a dull moment in his company. His humor and genuine caring for people made each of us feel very special. He never hesitated to go out of his way to help a friend. I feel honored and humble to have had him in my life. Gods speed my Brother.

 

 

Melissa posted on 8/11/18

Until we meet again my cousin . I will miss chatting with you and see all the good you do in the world, but your amazing children will make sure to carry your legacy on.

 

 

Gary Harris posted on 8/11/18

You will be missed my brother... In your memory will all of the dream...

 

Randa Symuleski posted on 8/11/18

Ethel will be missed a great deal. I have many fond memories with her. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family in this difficult time.

 

Elisha Porter posted on 8/10/18

My condolences to the Casone family. Scott touched so many lives in so many ways, he will truly be missed. Love you, Scott!!!

 

Melissa Singh posted on 8/10/18

My condolences to the family. It didn’t matter what kind of day you were having if you talked to Scott or passed him in walking a smile was guaranteed to be on your face. He talked very highly of his family and was nothing but proud. He will and always will be forever “livin the dream”.

 

Brenda & Steve Taylor posted on 8/10/18

My deepest sympathy to the Casone Family. Scott was the most awesome individual and will truly be missed Love you, Scott Casone!!!

 

Meghan and Michael Minkoff posted on 8/10/18

Our hearts are broken to hear of Scott’s passing. He was always “living the dream”, and was probably one of the most positive people I’ve ever known. I hope you all as his family find comfort in knowing how many people loved him, and loved being around him. Our last texts back and forth were how much he loved us and how much we loved him. He wanted to be sure we knew that. To his children and grandchildren, you all were his life! He was so proud of his family! You all are in our thoughts and prayers as you go through this terrible time. We are very sorry for your loss.

 

T posted on 8/10/18

My condolences , I’m going to miss you “Scott Money”. Rest in Paradise brother !

 

Grace Marvuglio-Telfer posted on 8/10/18

The Marvuglio Family sends all love to the Casone family. Scott LOVED you "kids." Thank you Scott for ALL your support through a lot of years. We will only think of him when our hearts beat.

 

Michael Seals posted on 8/10/18

My condolences to Scott's wonderful family who are all just as great as Scott. We all lost a great friend .

 

 

Tammy Shifflett posted on 8/10/18

My heartfelt Sympathy goes out to the Casone family. Hugs & Love to all of the family. I love you all. Your in my thoughts and prayers. May God give you comfort and peace. Heaven has another Angel. May your memories hold you.

 

Kayla Jones posted on 8/10/18

My condolences to you and your family. I'm so sorry for your lost.

 

Lyndi Fedele posted on 8/10/18

All the love, prayers, and peace sent to my dear friend Katie and her siblings. Your cohesiveness as a family will be your strongest shield against this tragedy. I will continue to think of you all every day and will appreciate my own blessings even more as a tribute to your dad!

 

Joe Davis posted on 8/10/18

Mike, Beverly and I are very sorry for your and your family's loss. While I did not know her we did meet on a couple occasions over the years. We apologize for not being able to make the service today. I hope we can catch up soon. Take care.

 

Diana Martin Morris posted on 8/9/18

Cary, Michael and Trisha, your mom was a beautiful lady and I know that you will miss her so very much. Know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. All the best, Diana

 

Lynn & Stan Constantine posted on 8/9/18

Dear Cary, Michael & Trish, We were so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. She was a great lady who will be missed. May her memory be eternal.

 

Rogers and Debbie Hamilton posted on 8/9/18

Jack and family and Terry Elliott and family. We have so many fond memories of Dorothy, particularly our trip to Canada many years. We send our sincere condolences to all of you. Rest in peace, Dorothy.

 

 

Phyllis Belden posted on 8/9/18

Judy's light shines brightly in education, music, friendship. She touched so many people, and she will always be with us.

 

sabrina sloan wilson posted on 8/6/18

I have been searching for dear friends from our time in USAF stationed in Rabat Morocco. in my search I was sorry to learn of Betty passing on. I send my condolences to the sweet family as I attended school with Victoria at Rabat American School in 1968-1969. Several friends are trying to find our classmates. Blessings to your family in your loss and hoping to hear from you.

 

 

Cheryl Crane-Hunter posted on 8/4/18

I remember Judy’s beautiful smile and sweet spirit. Love and Light

 

Jackson Family posted on 8/1/18

We would like to express our deepest sympathy.. May those precious memories be foremost in your hearts and minds during this difficult time. Isaiah 25:8

 

Kelsey Lee posted on 7/30/18

To the family of Josephine Irene Kuhns, I am sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in knowing that "Jehovah is close to the brokenhearted; He saves those who are crushed in spirit." (Psalm 34:18) With sympathy,

 

Loretta Davies posted on 7/25/18

Dear Roxanne, My deepest sympathy to you and your family on the passing of your Father. Just keep remembering all of the wonderful memories he created for you and everyone that met him.

 

 

Daneen Allman Heim posted on 7/25/18

Robert and I went all 12 years of school together. He was the most kindest and gentle boy in our class. Sorry to hear of his passing. He certainly accomplished alot in his life and touched many people with his kind and general personality!

 

Leah posted on 7/25/18

Peaceful Blessings to the family. Holly I know this is hard, but she is at peace now and with your dad.

 

 

lLeah posted on 7/25/18

I remember how caring Vinnie is and how she loved her family greatly. I will miss you Vinny, my spiritual friend. Be at peace.

 

Jane Waters White posted on 7/25/18

I am so sorry to hear this we were friends when we were young. I wish everyone the best. Sorry I can’t get their I now live in NC.

 

 

Marley Smith posted on 7/24/18

Grandpa, You are so loved by all of us. How can I even begin to recount all the amazing memories created in New Jersey, Virginia, Washington, Florida, and Mexico? You were there for me when I first entered this world, and I am so blessed to have been with you when you exited this one. I will forever cherish the countless moments with our family that you worked so hard to create and sustain. I hope to live a life that makes you proud, and one day reconvene with you amongst the stars. I love you Grandpa, forever and always. Love, Your Mr. Marley

 

 

Deanna Smith posted on 7/24/18

Gpa Richie, The adventures you provided your grandchildren will never be forgotten. From running around the house in Wayne, to fishing, tubing, fireworks, and bingo on the lake, to exploring Colonial Williamsburg. From doing jigsaw puzzles, to watching Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune, to playing apples to apples and buzz word. So many smiles and laughs were shared with you and all these memories will be with us forever. I love you Grandpa Richie! Love, Deanna Banana

 

VADM [ret] Jeff Wieringa posted on 7/24/18

Bob was an exceptional Naval Officer. As seen in his history, he was great as a staff assistant. That can not be overstated. Flag Officers need folks like Bob to make the Navy great...and he did over and over. Was my high honor to serve with him.

 

Valerie Lehr posted on 7/24/18

So sorry to learn of Betty's passing. She was a remarkable woman and a great friend. Leaving Whispering Pines was difficult because we so much enjoyed your company. You were both special friends. I pray things go well for you. Perhaps you did not know that Larry died April 14th after 62 years of marriage. And so, we go on. knowing we will be together again. Love, Valerie

 

 

Laurie (Jones) Perrone posted on 7/23/18

Miss you, but I will see you when I get to the other side.

 

 

Laurie (Jones) Perrone posted on 7/23/18

Laurie (Jones) Perrone

 

JOSEPH AND LILLIAN GAJDA posted on 7/21/18

Don, you have lost the love of your life. A marriage lasting 62 years is extrordinary and made in heaven. We will always hold dear the remembrance of Betty. We were blessed to be friends of Betty and Don during our courtship years. Betty would keep Don on his toes with her sly comments. We will always have the fondest memories of Betty as bubbly and vibrant.

 

Lenora LaRocca Brennan posted on 7/20/18

I met Vinnie shortly after she arrived in America and were close childhood and teen friends. We lost track of each other once we both married, until she found me on Facebook a few years ago. She was a wonderful person, and I am so glad we reconnected. Please accept my condolences.

 

Megan and Amy B posted on 7/20/18

We love you Laurie and family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Your mom was so beautiful and is now out of pain. Please know you have friends you can call/txt/talk to anytime...we are here for you if you need anything! Love you !

 

Gail Nash posted on 7/20/18

I would like to express my condolences in the passing of Antoinette. I only knew her through Binns, when friends and I would visit the store, especially at Christmas time. She was such a friendly, conversational lady who will be greatly missed. I am praying for His peace that passes all understanding to comfort each of you during this very sorrow-filled time. Love and prayers, Gail

 

Barbara Vamvaketis posted on 7/20/18

So sorry for your Loss. I have known Vinnie from Childhood. She was always a wonderful ,caring person.We kind of drifted away for some years and then we reconnected through FB. I came to visit a few years ago and it was like we never were apart.She is such a warm a lovely person. I will miss her very much.

 

Don Ohnemus posted on 7/20/18

I served with Bob during our tour in VA-85 and flew with him on occasion. He was a terrific pilot and a fine gentleman in all respects. Sorry to hear he has passed.

 

Ellyn Stephens posted on 7/20/18

I am so sorry for your loss of such a beautiful soul. I did not know Vinnie well but she was always friendly, had a smile on her face, and it was clear how much she adored her family. My she rest in peace.

 

Bob Besal posted on 7/20/18

One of the finest gentlemen and “servant-leaders” I ever knew and had the great privilege to serve with. And an incredible Aviator, too ! Fly with the angels, Skipper!

 

April posted on 7/20/18

I am so sorry for your loss . I hope you find comfort in the scripture at Acts 24 : 15 . This is what our God promises for all . And we can look forward to what is written in Psalms 37 : 9-11 and 29

 

April posted on 7/20/18

I am so sorry for your loss . I hope you find comfort in the scripture at Acts 24 : 15 . This is what our God promises for all . And we can look forward to what is written in Psalms 37 : 9-11 and 29

 

Bruce and Ann Robson posted on 7/18/18

We shall always remember Betty's bubbly personality and her caring kindness.

 

Elaine (Kleiner) Babula posted on 7/18/18

Dear Don, so sorry to hear you lost Betty. The first year is the hardest, but it will get easier. Your family is a blessing. God bless. Elaine

 

Rick Patterson posted on 7/18/18

I just learned of this tragedy. My thoughts and prayers to the family. Brittany and Tiffany spent many an evening with our kids (Krista and Jacob) and we went on many rides together back in the day. So sorry to learn of this so late. Debbie; I hope and pray you are recovering from your loss and injuries.

 

Pam Boutilier posted on 7/18/18

Don ... When tomorrow starts without her, don't think you are far apart for every time you think of her she will be right inside your heart. My deepest sympathies. She was a bright, happy light in many lives. I know my parents miss her but the many fond memories will live on forever. I hope to see you in Adams so I can give you hugs from Ron & Jan.

 

Bill Koch posted on 7/17/18

My Uncle lived near Betty's family in Adams, MA. I remember her as a little brat, ok, I was a few years older and all kids younger than me were brats. I next met her at a one of my high school reunions, she was no longer a brat, but a smart beautiful lady. Life is full of ups and downs, looks she and Don had many ups and Don now has a down. Hang in there Don, I have been through this so if you need to talk to someone, I am always available. My condolences.

 

Sheila and John Wing posted on 7/17/18

Melissa, Ginny, Mary and Bill: Sincere condolences for your loss. Last time we saw her was when the four of us drove from and to Williamsburg, to USMA to attend the 50th reunion of Bill and John. We had such a great visit with them at that time. May God Bless each and every one of you and your families as you get through this difficult time.

 

Louise Warnimont posted on 7/17/18

My B.B.B. (Best, Buddy, Betty was the name I will always remember her by. I was the crazy one with her out on that golf course in the rain and even snow. At my age I keep hearing people tell me to "go slower" and it makes me laugh out loud because that was one of our favorite inside jokes from a "Taxi" episode years ago. Kindest and most considerate person I knew until it came time for competition on the course or a game. What good times we had and what wonderful memories I'll always keep of B.B.B. Much love to Don and the family Louise

 

J. Moore/Volunteer posted on 7/17/18

To the Family of Roberto E. Brandveen, So sorry to learn about the loss of your Dear Loved One, Roberto. Please know that so many people share your grief with you to help you through this difficult time of sorrow. Please accept my deepest condolences as we await the time when Christ Jesus will awaken all those who have fallen asleep in death; including your Beloved, Roberto. (John 11:41-44)

 

Rosemary Jenkins posted on 7/11/18

Sorrow is a fleeting emotion, but love is infinite....Hold on to your memories and let them guide you during this time of sadness. We are so sorry for your loss Craig and Rosemary Jenkins

 

Quanet Moore posted on 7/11/18

I will really miss Kelly. I've been going to the cleaners that she worked at for quite sometime now & EVERYTIME I saw her she was so full of joy!!!! It would be some days that was hard on me & I would see Kelly & she touched my spirit. I'm truly going to miss her bright smile as soon as I walk in the door. I'm dearly heart broken by this tragic news. Her spirit will definitely live on. My heartfelt condolences to her children and family. We always shared pictures of our children & she was so in love with my grandbaby as much as I was. I'm going to miss you girlie. Her and I would talk about the greatness of GOD in our lives. To be absent from body is to be present with the LORD. I know she's up there greeting people and smiling in those pearly gates. I lost a dear friend. May GOD encourage everyone's heart that loved Kelly. I'm going to miss my buddy. GOD BLESS!!!!!!!

 

Anna Rochinski posted on 7/11/18

I am certain that Kelly's spirit was a very special one. She was family and I am deeply saddened by this sudden loss. May her soul rest in peace. Love, Anna

 

Raymond Coleman posted on 7/11/18

I wish to offer my heartfelt condolences to the Brandveen family in their family's loss. He will be missed by many. Brand was one of a few who talked more than I do. You all have been in my prayers, especially at this trying time. May you all find lasting peace in the reality that Robert is no longer sick, in and out of hospitals, endless medications and misery. Rest on my Brother rest on.

 

Pamela Stewart posted on 7/11/18

I had the pleasure to meet Mr Brandveen in August of 1986 as a new corrections officer At FCI Petersburg. I knew, from day one, that I could learn so much from his wisdom and knowledge. He gave you the impression that he knew everything, and I mean EVERYTHING. There was never a conversation with Brandveen that you were going to win, he always had the last word, but in a good way. On the other side of that, was a man who was dedicated to his daughters, considered his parents to be his heroes and thought the world of his brothers. He loved his co-workers and believed in giving respect to all. I will always remember the conversations we had, and that laugh and smile . Heaven has received an angel.

 

Theodore Poland posted on 7/10/18

Kelly, I don't even know how to process this entirely. The last time I saw you we were spending time at your house, you and my dad were talking about childhood memories and it was just a really ha time. We went to Busch Gardens last year for the halloween event and got those keychains made, I still have mine and I'll forever hold it dear to me. You were always so sweet and considerate, and you were such a warm-hearted person. I still have that box of hair dye you got me for Christmas last year, I still haven't used it and now I'd much rather hold onto it. You're gonna be missed dearly, I love you. We all do, and we'll all miss you so much.

 

Betty and Steve Michniak posted on 7/10/18

Steve and I worked with Robert and attended St. Joseph's with him. He was a wonderful man and will be missed!

 

Bettianne Sweeney posted on 7/10/18

My love and condolences to Melissa, Ginny, Mary and Billy from the Sweeney Clan.

 

CEE DAVID posted on 7/10/18

Condolences to the family and friends of Ms Kelly Phillips , so sad to hear of her untimely passing …. may you all love and comfort her children just as she did.... help them to understand that there is going to be a resurrection of our dear loved ones that we've loss to death (John 5:28-29) tells us that there is going to be a resurrection … the God of all comfort will help them get through this (1Peter 5:7) " while you throw all your anxiety on him ,because he cares for you "

 

 

Theresa Dishong posted on 7/10/18

Kelly you will be missed so much.We all love you.

 

Andrew Powell posted on 7/9/18

I will miss my trips to see you. I will miss my time with you. I will miss you...the best Uncle a kid could have. Love you always.

 

andre boykins posted on 7/9/18

Kelly I will miss you terribly. I still find myself checking my phone for your, "Have a Great Day!, hug, heart , smiley face, smiley face texts. I can't stop dialing your number and hoping you will answer. You would do what ever to help out those you cared about , as long as it didn't interfere with your responsibilities to your children who were the joy of your life. You worked hard daily,; leaving one job and then on to the next. Yet still managing to make time to prepare dinner for your children and then the following morning see them off to school and to work. I want the world to know that you were truly an amazing women. Your friendship has greatly impacted my life as well all those you have allowed into your circle. Since the 4th of July I have beat myself up with the," I should of, could of, would of thoughts." I will stop because I know you wouldn't want that of me or anyone. Instead I will just honor your name and preserve the fond memories. So until we meet again I leave you with Hug, Smiley Face, Smiley Face! Rest in Peace, Love you always! Dre'

 

Mookie Shelton posted on 7/9/18

My heart is extremely heavy. Kelly was more than just a friend. She was like a sister. I have known her more than 15 years and she would give the shirt off her back to help anyone who needed or just be there to listen if something was bothering you. To her family and children you all have my deepest sympathy and sincere condolences. May god guide you all through this terrible time and bless you all with his everlasting mercy. We love you Kelly and we will always miss you

 

Steve Rochinski posted on 7/8/18

My courageous and beautiful niece, Kelly...No time and distance between us could prevent me from knowing the trajectory of your young life. Through all of your inherited pain and turmoil, you eventually found the strength and courage to embrace a life of love for your children. And to eventually learn that to love well, you must first learn to love yourself. And to live as self-sufficiently as your choices would allow—to know that any lasting strength to face this dark and dreary world would require you present yourself, not as a woman who would live her life depending on others, and especially a man, but to replace humility with confidence. That is a choice which requires a courage on your part that would have set your grandmother Carol burning with pride. In spite of your terrible and senseless death, you have allowed us to reaffirmed the sense-of-life values we often find ourselves taking for granted. Even though in the end, we will all go our separate ways, you have taken a small part of all of our hearts with you. Keep them close, wherever you may be, sweetie. Love, Uncle Steve

 

Marcus Shelton posted on 7/8/18

I am saddened and pained greatly to now miss a great Mother and a great friend. So selfless, she would do so many kind things from helping with doctor appointmets or just being a great listener if you needed. Everyone who knew her were certain of her awesome love for her children. Family and friends were her joy. Poland family and Kamren, Kavon, and Makayla; you have my sincerest condolences.

 

Mark posted on 7/8/18

Kelly was a very bright light in this dark world,a giver of so much love.she will forever be missed

 

Barbara posted on 7/8/18

Missing my friend and co-worker. Little did I know that when we got off on Tuesday that would be the last time we would see each other. Going to miss sharing a dark chocolate candy bar, rasinets and whatever other sweets we got at dollartree. It won't be the same without you. Words can't express all that I feel. I do know that her beautiful children were priority #1.Condolances to the children and family. Peace be with you.

 

Nancy Johnson posted on 7/8/18

Kelly was a beautiful soul. I will miss her terribly. Rest In Peace my friend. My sincerest condolences to her family.

 

Ron Danner posted on 7/7/18

Kelly was such an amazing woman that exhibited great strength and amazing love for her three beautiful children. She will never be forgotten. Uncle Ronnie

 

Andrew Engemann posted on 7/7/18

Ike was a great asset to the VSP. Most looked at him as being a model Trooper. I remember that Ike was one of the more senior Troopers when I was assigned to the Area in 1980. Ike will be remembered for a long time by the many people he helped over the years. Rest in peace Ike!

 

D. R. STATON, Chaplain Emeritus, VBPD, Old VSP 533 posted on 7/7/18

Ike was the zenith - the very best - representative of what a Virginia State Police Trooper is called to be... He also served in the military giving his best... Ike is always going to be remembered as the compassionate lover of people in need that all Peace Keepers commit their lives to be to those whom they serve. WELL DONE MY FELLOW TROOPER! YOU WILL BE MISSED!

 

Susan Hopkins posted on 7/6/18

My dear Aunt I always looked up to you my only wish is that you are at peace and you have been reunited with all of the loved ones that were taken before you . I will miss you so very much. Love you your niece Susan.

 

Greg Simon posted on 7/6/18

George, at this time of your loss may God bless you and your family. We are praying for you.

 

 

Mack posted on 7/5/18

May the wind always be at your back, May the sunshine always warm your face, May the roads rise up to meet you, May the rain fall soft upon your fields, May God hold you in the palm of your hands, Until we meet again. Love Mack

 

 

Joshua B Eakin posted on 7/5/18

I will miss you Grandma, you have earned your angel wings, now. Fly free to heaven's door where your loved ones are waiting. We will meet again one day.

 

 

Sherry Eakin posted on 7/5/18

To Jessie and all the family, I am so sorry for the loss of your mother and grandmother. She was an amazing lady, and I feel so privileged to have known her. She was my mother-in-law for many many years. She was so sweet, and blessed so many with her kindness and love. I pray you find comfort in all your memories and knowing she touched so many. I'll always cherish the memories of all the times we sit in the kitchen and talked for hours. Laughing and a few times of us crying together. But, she always knew the right words to say, to make you feel loved. I'll miss her too She will forever be in heart and thoughts. May God Bless all of you, in this sad time. Jessie, it's been a while, but I'm still here for you. You will be in my thoughts and prayers. I can't take your pain away, but know I am here if you need someone to talk too, or a shoulder. God please be with Jessie and his family. Help them so strong and know their Mother is in heaven now.

 

Brittney Ayers posted on 7/5/18

Grandma, You hold a special place in my heart. I will miss our long talks about any and everything about life. You were always welcoming to me since the first day I met you. I always felt like we could relate so much! I love you and will miss you dearly. See you later Grandma! Stick that thumb up for Kenny to Grandpa for us!

 

Debbie posted on 7/4/18

Aunt Elizabeth, You are a special angel!

 

 

Lauren Mathias posted on 7/4/18

Gonna miss you more than you know. At least you and Grandpa are together again. Love y'all

 

Brandy aka Mash potatoes posted on 7/4/18

Grandma, you will forever be in my heart. Since the first day I came out to the farm you loved me as one of your own. I will never forget our walks around the yard, all our conversation, watching TV late when we should of been heading to bed and the love you showed everyone who came through your door even if later you said you didn't really like them you still showed them the same love you did everyone else. Until we meet again I will always remember that beautiful smile, big heart and great personality. I love you and miss you. Make sure to take a twirl around the living room floor with grandaddy.

 

Nancy Gardner posted on 7/4/18

I will always remember you trying to teach me how to bake Memaws biscuits, And our talks in the kitchen , I was Miss Nancy to you. God Bless you.

 

Angie Ayers posted on 7/3/18

Grandma I will miss our long talks.Our laughs and our cries togther will be deep in my heart until we meet again.Your wisdom and your beautiful smile will be with me always.Having you in my life has made me a stronger woman, mother , and wife.Heaven is so happy with you there now.We will be as strong here as we can because your love had given us the strength. Miss you and love you..always..

 

Debbie posted on 7/3/18

Grandma you will forever be in my heart. I love you so much. Tell Mama and Grandaddy I love them. See you later❤

 

 

Laura Liechti posted on 7/3/18

I remember her loving, gentle hugs, hugs you so tight and long. Such a beautiful spirit.

 

 

KATIE bowden posted on 7/2/18

Mom,you taught us all about life, thank you.were will miss you so much.Each time we hug each we know you are there.Love you Moma. KATIE

 

Kevin posted on 7/2/18

Grandma Ayers you are and will continue to be missed by so many people. Heaven is a better place now.

 

 

Mike Ayers posted on 7/2/18

Heaven just got a hole lot sweeter! Grandma you will live forever in our hearts

 

George Ayers posted on 7/1/18

Mom I miss you already. I know you are with Dad now. I will see you again. I love you.

 

Chris Ayers posted on 7/1/18

Grandma I will see you later. I love you and miss you.

 

Clive n Myke Beckmann posted on 6/29/18

On the Alaska Dewline in the 1980s, we knew John simply as 'Ski'. We were there when he started his knife crafting hobby and used to kid him about the scrapes, cuts and burns on his hands and fingers. That's a far cry from the beautiful knives he'd been creating in recent years. We can't make the life celebration there but will hoist a brew here in Phoenix on Saturday in his honor. R.I.P. old friend.

 

Roger Skjefte posted on 6/29/18

My deepest condolences, the obit is so true, i met John in Alaska and later years we both ended up in Newport News,VA He always had a story to tell. I will Miss him

 

Kee posted on 6/29/18

To the family, My condolences go out to you at this difficult time. Losing someone that means that means so much to you is very hard, but please know that God promises to comfort and sustain you at this difficult time (2 Corinthians 1:3,4, Psalms 34:18). As difficult days come, may you cherish the memories you shared together as they too can be a source of comfort.

 

Linda Magee posted on 6/26/18

Loved spending some time with your dad over the past two years, although it was limited. Prayers for all of you through this time.

 

Mary Sweeney posted on 6/26/18

My sincerest condolence to all members of the Ellerthorpe family. Always enjoyed our trips to Florida with Eileen. I am sorry that I have not contacted your mother in recent years. I have been dealing with several medical issues, however, I fondly thought of her often. Please know that I will keep both of you in my thoughts and prayers...and continue to pray for your mother Jeanne. Mary Sweeney Middletown, NY

 

Betsy & Don Hatten posted on 6/26/18

Jim was a kind and gentle man and a good neighbor

 

Jim and Sophie Cashavelly posted on 6/26/18

Carolyn and family...Our family goes back along with you and Jim. May the Lord Bless you and yours . We have fond memories of Jim

 

Kristine D'Ambrosio posted on 6/26/18

I will remember him as a man with a beautiful ,sweet ,strong and graceful spirit. Our prayers and love to you all from my family .

 

Stephen Copeland posted on 6/26/18

I was a mile back from the incident on I64 and sat in traffic for a bit on that misty raining morning. When I got to the scene and saw the bike in the woods near the trees, I new something bad had happened. I am so sorry, and my heart goes out to his family and friends.

 

 

Ruth Ellerthorpe posted on 6/20/18

Jeanne was the consummate wife and mother whose family and home wherever life took them were the manifestation of her endless love and care. She was an excellent cook, gracious hostess, and a very special sister-in-law.

 

Earl posted on 6/20/18

A very special man who was generous with his time and knowledge. I always looked forward to his posts on the Bogleheads forum. With sympathy.

 

John McGlennon posted on 6/19/18

I want to express my sympathy to Jack and the whole Kossler family. Peggy was a strong and consistent advocate for a better community, state, nation and world, and I am glad to have known her for many years.

 

Leslie W. posted on 6/19/18

To the family-friends, Please accept my sincere condolences. Mr. Robert was truly one of those who was blessed with special mightiness. At Psalm 90:10 The span of our life is 70 years, Or 80 if one is especially strong. Mr. Robert was one of those very special ones. May the God of all comfort give this family and friends the strength needed to get through the difficult days ahead. Till that times comes when God says all those in the memorial tomb will hear his voice and come out to a resurrection of life John 5:28-29. My prayers are with your family.

 

Leslie W. posted on 6/19/18

To family and friends, Please accept my sincere condolences. Mr. Robert was truly one of those who was blessed with special mightiness. At Psalm 90:10 The span of our life is 70 years, Or 80 if one is especially strong. Mr. Robert was one of those very special ones. May the God of all comfort give this family and friends the strength needed to get through the difficult days ahead. Till that times comes when God says all those in the memorial tomb will hear his voice and come out to a resurrection of life John 5:28-29. My prayers are with your family.

 

Paul Gordon posted on 6/17/18

My name is now Paul Gordon; BUT, as A3C and A2C Paul Gordon Binkley, it was my priveledge to personally know and serve with Vladimir Culkowski for about 15 months (at Yale and then Goodfellow AFB - Apr 1961 to Jun 1962).nn I later got back in touch (via email) in the early 2000s. Like ALL of the IFEL group he was part of, he was simply one of the BRIGHTEST and SHARPEST people I have EVER known, and I MISS him beyomd ANY words I can express.

 

vickyhmontange posted on 6/16/18

Peggy was my neighbor for over 20 years she was a advid gardner and loved her yard. She will be sadly missed in her neighborhood of Middletown Farms.

 

Stuart Yowell posted on 6/15/18

What a wonderful life...so many adventures....that is the way to live!!!!

 

 

Deron B posted on 6/15/18

God Bless Robert.

 

Lisa Siepl posted on 6/9/18

My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Losey family! Back many years ago I rode quite often with Don and Debbie, our kids played often together! This is a very tragic and sad time, I offer my condolences and pray for Deb's recovery.

 

Mike and Max Taverniti posted on 6/8/18

Mike and Max Taverniti send our deepest condolences.

 

Vijay Patel posted on 6/7/18

Our deepest sympathy to whole family and May his soul rest in Peace.

 

Peggy H. Reed ( Mrs. Andrew Kay Reed, Sr., deceased) posted on 6/7/18

Dear Young, I remember you all coming to the family events of the Reeds, Penningtons, and the Mills. May God be with you during your hours of grief.

 

Glenda Sellers posted on 6/7/18

Dear Young, I remember you speaking so lovingly about Terry when we worked together at the Yorktown Weapons Station. Take care and know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Beth Henderson posted on 6/7/18

My deepest sympathy to Young and her family. May God's love sustain you during this difficult time. Love, Beth

 

Sharon Barberi posted on 6/7/18

Thoughts and prayers for your entire family as you deal with your loss.

 

Jon Genier posted on 6/7/18

My condolences to Terry's family. May they find some comfort for their great loss in the hope expressed at Job 14:13-15.

 

Julie Racoosin posted on 6/6/18

My whole family was very saddened to hear the news. My children grew up enjoying her fine cuisine in Art Cafe26, our son worked for Sibilla and she was to sell our home. She was an incredible passionate woman, kind, generous, driven and still so professional. Our last lunch together will be a treasured memory. You will be sorely missed. Sincerely, John, Julie, Natalie and Scott Racoosin

 

Chris Rehberger posted on 6/6/18

I have fond memories of artcafe26. Sibilla was a very caring person. I was just thinking of her the other day when my friend Paul and I were walking on the trail in KM. We will miss her.

 

Kendall McCall posted on 6/6/18

Sabilla was a kind and amazing woman. I sat at the counter of the artcafe26 as one of her first customers. We had many conversations about art, food, and coffee. She was a lovely woman. She told me, "our passions stay—the rest falls away". It is something that truly touched me. Thoughts and prayers to her loved ones. I carry her wisdom in my heart.

 

Maxine Gadson posted on 6/5/18

So sorry to hear of your loss. May the scriptures found at Acts 24:15 and John 5:28,29 bring hope and comfort in the assured promise of the resurrection.

 

Fran Whitney posted on 6/5/18

We have known Joe for several years through Williamsburg Baptist Church, and as a member of the Choir. Jim would drive Joe to choir practice and they had many interesting conversations during that time. We have missed seeing him and hearing his booming voice in the Choir. He was a scholar and a gentleman. Jim and Fran Whitney

 

Jo Anne and Jeff Coy posted on 6/3/18

You do not know us. We are from Pennsylvania but have a second home in Williamsburg. We were referred to ArtCafe by another dear lady we miss, Danielle from Le Yaca. It became our routine to go to ArtCafe for brunch after church at Bruton. I enjoyed numerous items on the menu, but my husband always got the schnitzel. He still has not found any he likes as well. Sibilla befriended us even though we weren't as regular as locals were. We were so disappointed when we learned she was closing the Cafe, but we admired her for refusing to have a restaurant with a lesser caliber chef than she had had all along. We lost touch with Sibilla after that and were saddened to learn she experienced illness leading up to her passing. We will always have fond memories of her and are lucky to have known such a fine, friendly, lovely lady.

 

Lacanas and family posted on 6/3/18

Uncle you are missed...you will bloom again, always in our heart and forever in heaven.

 

Merrilee Cleveland posted on 6/3/18

Sebilla invited me to show my bronze sculptures at art cafe 26 in 2011. It was a delightful experience and was pivotal in my life. Little did either of us imagine at the time that I would become reacquainted with my future husband. My heart is with her and her family at this time. She was a true jewel and will be missed.

 

Sybille Bakewell posted on 6/2/18

Ich denke an Dich, habe viel von Dir gelernt, als Ich eine schwierge Zeit hatte. Danke.Sybille. Du hast Frieden, wir werden vermissen.

 

Sybille Bakewell posted on 6/2/18

I have such fond Memories of Art Cafe. The good Times we had after a successful event at the Cafe. Susanne was my Son’s Baby Sitter in Kings Mill, now 26. My Heart is full of Sorrow for the lovely Dengs Family, very few people in this World as giving as Sibilla

 

Michael Richardson posted on 6/2/18

Michael and I are saddened to hear of Sibilla's passing. Her love of life, culture, and grace will be greatly missed. Rest in peace and know that your presence bettered this world. Sincerely, Michael and Melinda Richardson

 

Kathy Walker posted on 6/2/18

My husband and I are greatly saddened to hear of Sibilla's passing. What a wonderful woman. We so enjoyed artcafe26 and her exuberance for life. I always looked forward to seeing her. She will be sorely missed.

 

Lois McKeown posted on 6/2/18

My 3 friends and I would go to the Artcafe at least once a week because the food was excellent but mostly because Sibilla would be there to greet us and chat awhile. We got to know her and she got to know us. She was such a lovely, smart and giving person. And we shared in her sadness at the closing of her restaurant. We loved running into her around town and having an occasional lunch with her from time to time. Her reach in Williamsburg was so wide the entire town must be in mourning. We are so sorry for you, her family, at losing such a wonderful person way too soon and way too abruptly. Jean, Pat, Maryann and Lois

 

Patty Roberts posted on 6/2/18

Sibilla was a bright light in the life of my family and closest friends. She saw me through the blessings of a young family, a tragedy, and new found joy - all surrounded by her lifes masterpiece, the artCafe. From lunch or afternoon wine with “the ladies,” to a surprise bridal shower, to an invitation to an unforgettable private dinner with her most cherished friends, she was full of life, love and compassion. Her death, on the heels of our friend, Liz’s passing, is a crushing blow. A bright light has been extinguished, and my deepest sympathies go out to her beloved family. Not a conversation went by without mention of Bernd, her daughter, and her dear grandson. The only comfort is that I know she and Liz are drinking wine together, laughing and watching over those of us they left behind. ❤️

 

Jessica Hughes posted on 6/1/18

Sibilla helped make my 50th birthday a lasting memory. I loved the Artcafe26 and decided to reserve the space for my event. Sibilla made sure absolutely everything perfect and wonderful. In my opinion, Sibilla's style, presentation and unique and innovative cuisine have no match in the entire Williamsburg area. I will miss seeing her around town. Please know that I keep her and her family in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Tricey posted on 5/31/18

Uncle Cecil you will be missed.I will never question God because he knows best. You always made me laugh. You are now in Gods arms.

 

 

LaTrice Rivers posted on 5/31/18

Uncle Cecil you will be missed

 

Kelli Cutler posted on 5/31/18

Ron and Sandra we were so sorry to hear about your mom Our thoughts and prayers are with y’all at this difficult time Carter and Kelli

 

Andrew Mercer posted on 5/31/18

Thinking of you all at this time - Pam Andrew, Nicholas, Meghan, Parker and Christopher

 

Simoni Shirland, Julian and Tanya posted on 5/29/18

Our Deepest Condolences to my cousin, Angie Howe and my nieces Elaina and Anna! we are deeply saddened for the passing of our DEAR AUNT ELENI. She enriched our lives with her smiles, her unconditional love, her willingness to help always and her welcoming personality! She was a true BLESSING in our lives. She will be greatly missed by all members of our family! May your memory be eternal DEAR AUNT ELENI!!

 

James and Marian Jones posted on 5/27/18

I just found out about Pat. We both worked with him at SSA for many years. One of our favorite people. Great guy, dedicated family man, always upbeat with a smile and laughter. RIP

 

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