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Dorcia and Joe posted on 1/26/22

We send our condolences to you and your family. May Deborah Rest In Peace.


JoAnna Collins posted on 1/26/22

Condolences to the family. I know what a special person she was to my dear friend Rachel. The stories of love and appreciation are abundant. Praising God for your love and commitment to His services.


Martin Andrews posted on 1/26/22

Melvin, I am so very sorry for your loss. Please know that I will keep you in my prayers for God to surround you with comfort and consolation.


Ron and Raecheal Todd posted on 1/26/22

Jo was such a lovely woman. I’m so sorry for your loss. We made a donation in her memory. Sending love.


Tony "Jump" Thomas posted on 1/26/22

CSM (RET) Mosley, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Please accept my deepest condolences. May God comfort you and your family during this moment. My family and I will keep you and your family in our daily prayers. God Bless you my Brother.


Linda Williams posted on 1/26/22

We would like to send our heartfelt and deepest condolences to you and the family in the lost of Deborah (Debbie). Although the voice of such a beautiful, soft spoken and kind hearted person has gone silent, we know that her memory of how she touched people who knew her will never fade. We pray that you and the family will find the strength and comfort needed to get through this difficult time. Please let us know if you need us. We will definitely continue to keep the family in prayer. The Williams Family: Will, Linda, Shanelia & Ronj.


George Cunningham posted on 1/25/22

My family and I will be praying for you n your family


Lionel DeCuir posted on 1/25/22

I never got the privilege to meet Gary in person, but I feel very close to him. Gary was one of the founding members of Dignity for The Aged and I became a member later. We shared an interest in helping the residents in nursing homes in their quest to have a better quality of life. I have the greatest respect for the love that Gary had to love and help others. Our prayers and love are with the family during this challenging time. Wherever a beautiful soul has been there is a trail of beautiful memories. Lionel DeCuir Dignity For The Aged


Vesta White posted on 1/25/22

My condolences to the family, Deborah was a wonderful friend and coworker we made great memories at the Ft.Eustis CDC .my prayers are with you.



Ann Nettles posted on 1/25/22

Mrs. West you will forever be missed by me. You were so sweet with a very gentle heart. I will never forget you. My "Pookie Bear" love you. :'(


Virasone Torrez posted on 1/25/22

My deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. May you find comfort and peace during this difficult time.


Esmond & Maria Mentis posted on 1/25/22

Please accept our deepest sympathies and condolences for such a significant loss. You all will always remain in our thoughts.


Mark and Annette Joseph posted on 1/25/22

My dear friend we send our most sincere condolences during this trying time for you and your Family. You are in our thoughts and prayers as we share your pain and are here for you. May the love and peace of God comfort you today and always.


Mark & Annette Joseph posted on 1/25/22

My dear friend we send our most sincere condolences during this trying time for you and your Family. You are in our thoughts and prayers as we share your pain and are here for you. May the love and peace of God comfort you today and always.


Michael Gibson posted on 1/24/22

Mrs. Duckworth was my bus driver for many years and she was the nicest person. Always took care of us kids and kept us safe. She had smiles and nice things to say. Always remembered my name...year after year after year! You are truly missed, but fondly remembered. Wishes to your surviving family.


Billy Abbitt posted on 1/24/22

Barbara was a dear girl who never complained and always had a kind word and a smile for each of us.


Billy Abbitt posted on 1/24/22

Barbara was a lovely girl who never complained and always had a kind word and a smile for everyone. RIP, dear one.


Raquel Wampouille posted on 1/24/22

Dearest Mo please accept my deepest sympathies for the loss of your wife. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.


James R Moorer posted on 1/24/22

Mo please accept my Deepest condolences on the loss of your wife. May she Rest In Heavenly Peace.


Tabitha Keese posted on 1/24/22

The Mosley family is in my prayers. May the comfort of memories and the warmth of love surround you during this difficult time.


Reggie & Betty Austin posted on 1/24/22

Moe, Tony, Melvin Jr. and Jenna; We’re lost for words to express our feelings for the lost of Debbie. Just know that we’re standing by and will always be standing by to assist in whatever capacity we can. May you find peace and comfort in remembering the radiant smile, love and joy that Debbie shared not only with you, but to all those she knew and touched. Please accept our deepest and heartfelt condolences. Again, do not hesitate to let us know if there is anything we can do. Reggie & Betty


Tony Henderson posted on 1/24/22

Melvin, Mr. Mosley and family, I am so sorry for your loss. May God provide you comfort during this sad time. My heartfelt prayers and condolences to you and your family.


Cordella Anderson posted on 1/24/22

Melvin, It is my prayer that God will comfort you and your whole family during this sad time. May he richly bless you as you mourn, and may the light of His presence be a continual source of consolation.


David and Nicki Cornelius posted on 1/24/22

Mosley Family, We send our deepest condolences and are praying for your peace and comfort during this time. May your hearts be full of love and fond memories.


Debbie Cornelius posted on 1/24/22

I am so sorry for your loss. May good memories serve as a comfort to the family.


Mondoe Davis posted on 1/24/22

Tony and Melvin, So sorry about your loss my brothers! I am praying for you and your family. Our condolences are with you.


Denise Cornelius posted on 1/24/22

Melvin, I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers to you and your loved ones.


Carole Sue Brown “Susie” posted on 1/22/22

She & Mr.Duckworth used to watch out for my granddaughters, Bethany & Allie, as they waited for the school bus.


Marla Boren posted on 1/22/22

Bill and family. Paul and I are so sorry for your loss. Cynthia was a kind and thoughtful friend. Wishing you comfort and peace.


Sharmaine Grove posted on 1/22/22

Dear Dr. Duckworth, I am sending hugs and prayers your way during this difficult time. Although I never met your beloved mother-in-law, Jo, I felt as though I knew her through the sweet stories you shared about her. May you and your husband find comfort in her precious memories. “Earth has no sorrows that Heaven cannot heal”. Respectfully, Sharmaine


Chelsea Estancona posted on 1/22/22

On Saturday January 8, I lost my Grandma Phyllis. She was 87 (a week shy of 88) and had struggled with dementia, so this goodbye has come in waves. I know that remembering and celebrating her will, as well. My many friends who knew her and loved her can attest to her gifts. She was fun. She encouraged make-believe, goofiness, and holding on to childhood and innocence. Visiting Grandma and Grandpa never got old as a kid - and it wasn’t just the plate of brownies she always had waiting. She was strong, capable, and so incredibly stubborn in the best way. She did everything herself until she couldn’t: cleaning the fish my Grandpa Lew caught, taking care of him when he was so sick, even climbing up ladders to clean after a hurricane, by herself, in her 70s, after promising me she wouldn’t (see above re: stubborn). She had her own career with the CIA and later the County but somehow also did everything for everyone. She loved all of God’s creation. Her two greatest joys were the outdoors - the ocean, the mountains, the simple creek behind the house in the woods - and people. The woman could talk to anyone. She could be kind to anyone. Sometimes, it became a joke: like when she quite literally out-talked the Mormon missionaries at the house. But it was her greatest gift and her way of living out the second of the great commandments. Nobody loved their neighbor quite as well as Phyllis did. She loved Jesus the way I can only aspire to. For her, faith was a relationship, not something held to an ideal. It was real, complete, and expressed through love. I loved her so much. She’s the best person I’ve ever known. Sometimes, people will say I remind them of her, and it’s the greatest compliment I can think of. I’ll never stop trying to earn it.


Pam Thorpe Williams posted on 1/22/22

Praying for the family. Such a sweet lady. I remember her from when I was in 4th grade and attended Bible School at Grace Baptist. She was such an example of Christ's love.



Cynthia posted on 1/22/22

May you meet in heaven those who preceded you and loved you deeply.


Cynthia and Steve posted on 1/22/22

Caring for those she loved was a cornerstone of Cynthia's being. Her immediate family was the daily recipient of her love, care and concern. This caring spirit also extended to her friends and to my Mom, all our family and especially to me through her whole life and in ways that varied over time. Cynthia (C2)- your wisdom, heart and soul are sorely missed. Rest well. C3



Juanita Armstead posted on 1/22/22

Jo was my buss driver,neighbor and friend since I was 6yrs old.She was a kind,loving lady.She and Chester would take walks around our blocks everyday.Always saying hi neighbor as they went by.She will be truly missed.


John Holston posted on 1/21/22

Barbara Lee has always been special to me and is a beloved member of our family. Family always meant the world to her she especially enjoyed get-together such as reunions breakfast's and parties such as our cousin's Christmas parties. She enjoyed having visitors at the hospital when she could and she would visit all the patients and read to them if they want she thought the world of Steven and Melissa. When I would visit her if she had news about an event or something they had done she would very proudly tell me about it. She will be greatly missed!


Miranda P Sadler posted on 1/21/22

When I learned of the passing of this beautiful young lady ❤ it broke my heart. Your mom was a dear and special friend. She excepted me and my family into your family with open arms. Getting to know her and her family was and is a blessing from God. She will always have a special place in my heart. My prayers for her family that God will continue to bless them. Robert know you and your family are loved. I will miss you my friend. Benita, spread your wings and fly high like a eagle. I know you are resting safely in the Masters arms.



Michele S Borzok posted on 1/21/22

Cynthia you are a beautiful lovely most gracious lady that a cousin could have. We will miss you dearly all our love Michele Buzz and family



gary C. DeFotis posted on 1/20/22

Jack was friendly and helpful from my arrival at William and Mary. We occasionally discussed scientific problems, and almost collaborated once or twice (logistical issues intervened). He gave valuable help on an equipment problem. I have been a frequent physics seminar attendee, and almost always saw him there as well. One of the nicest people I have met in science, I will miss him. I wish i had learned of his passing earlier.


Jess and Drema Johnson posted on 1/19/22

Gladys, Jess and I are so saddened to hear about Bert passing away. We will miss seeing him on his walk. Our best to you and your family. Jess and Drema Johnson


Ceecy and Jack Ringwood posted on 1/19/22

We are keeping you all in our hearts as you mourn the loss of your dear father. Love to Catherine and her entire family during this very sad time. Love, Ceecy and Jack



Camille posted on 1/18/22

Benita, I light this candle in honor of you, for all of the fond memories you tirelessly gifted. I will miss your sweet spirit & look forward to the day I will see you once again. My life is better because I knew you! Love Always, Camille


Damion Jones posted on 1/18/22

There are no words that can convey the warmth and love that she radiated. I have only fond memories of her and I cherish them all. I love you all dearly and I wanted so badly to be there to mourn with you all. I am grateful for the time we shared together and so grateful that my children were able to meet her. If an angel had ever came down and lived among us, it was her. She was beautiful all the way through.


Erin & Fran Hughes posted on 1/18/22

We love Benita and are sadden by her passing. We will miss that smile of hers in the hallways at church.


josh t cohen posted on 1/18/22

Don was my platoon commander back when he was a 1st LT. Never before or since have I met such a caring, kind person. Don may have been a great officer, he never lost his sense of humanity, everyone was a person first in Don's eyes. I remember long after I left the service we became reconnected and Don invoted me to his promotion to colonel ceremony, there I had the honor of meeting many of his family, who I now wish all the best in this difficult time. Semper Fi Don


Gary and Cindy Petrin posted on 1/18/22

Very sorry for your loss, please know that the Petrin's send their love and prayers.


Shannon posted on 1/18/22

Please know that your Texas family mourns the loss of a wife, mother,grandmother, sister,cousin aunt today,today, wish you all peace at this time.


Lori Roche posted on 1/17/22

I can still see your mom’s beautiful smile when she would come to pick you up at Clayton stables. You were blessed.


Justo Velez posted on 1/13/22

The best we can hold onto at times like this, are the collection of good memories. Cheryl and family will have an abundance to reflect on. Phyllis has provided the family with comfort through these memories. She now has her heavenly wings to watch over them all. Please know that we are with you with thoughts and prayers. Solo, Leslie, Vanessa, Jason and Selena


Denise Bringman posted on 1/13/22

So sorry for your tremendous loss....may her memory be a blessing to you all.


Carol Ladouceur posted on 1/13/22

Benita's presence will be missed on this earth but her memories will live on forever in our hearts. So many fond memories of her, I loved our tag team baby sitting and several times we would babysit together (cause it more fun she said). I will miss her smile, her laughter, her calling all the grandkids "he" and because there were so many she would just say come here Baby, so much easier than remembering all the names. She made me want to be a better person and I am honored to have been called her friend.


Pat Ferry posted on 1/13/22

Maria, Please know you, Andrea and family are in my thoughts and prayers. I never met your Dad however your stories over the years and his obituary that I just read paint such a vivid picture of him. Thank you for that. Please extend my sincere condolences to your family.


Jim Kempton posted on 1/13/22

Jack was my PhD advisor from 1983 to 1987. His innate curiosity in physics, computers, and life was infectious and led to my profession as a system engineer focused on the development and operation of computer information systems. Jack was also an excellent listener and possessed an interest in hearing your story, which frequently led to a drawing and an equation on the blackboard. Jack was also an inspirer of people, which is the story I want to share. One Spring term, probably 1986, I, Jack, and another W&M graduate student along a professor from another university, who could only provide weekend support, were conducting muSR experiments at Brookhaven. During the course of the four or five week period, Jack had to leave for medical reasons. When he departed, he put me in charge of the remaining experiments and provided words of encouragement indicating that he thought I was capable of completing the work. (He was right on this occasion and also during many other times in my work with him.) I not only learned that I was capable, but also learned the importance of encouraging others. Jack touched the lives of many and will be missed. I know I certainly will.


Jane Williams posted on 1/12/22

Always enjoyed spending time with Aunt Phyllis and remembering earlier days. She was fun to be with and quite an endearing person. I have such fond memories of her and Uncle Lewis. She will be missed



Sarah king posted on 1/10/22

Rest in peace sister-in-law


Robert & Sharon posted on 1/10/22

Sharon & I extend our deepest condolences to the family of Patsy Ann; we first met her at the Golden Corral, she always met us with a warm smile, as she did with all others...Patsy Ann will be greatly missed...Robert & Sharon Southard


Steve & Renee Jewell posted on 1/10/22

We are so sorry for your loss. We never got to spend a lot of time with your grandmother but we know she was a special lady she was to your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you


Leslie VanSant posted on 1/8/22

Warm thoughts and condolences to the family. Mrs. Macon was well loved. - the VanSants


Kay and Bob Chalmers posted on 1/8/22

It was our great honor and blessing to meet Mrs. Macon at her daughter, Ann's, home on two occasions. She was such a beautiful engaging lady. May she rest in peace.


Paul and Melanie Bitter posted on 1/7/22

On the treasured occasions when we gathered for family reunions, Anne, fondly known as G’Mom, always radiated an elegance, poise and strength of character that was supported by good humour and great intellect. A wonderful lady whose influence and wit will continue with all who knew her. We know with confidence that her soul Rests In Peace.



Francene Kavanagh posted on 1/5/22

Anne was one of the nicest women we’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing. I will miss our frequent exchange of views and jokes. Dear Anne I’ll keep you in my heart and prayers. Rest now dear friend. Francene & John



Leilani Hunt posted on 1/5/22

I will always remember G’Mom for her strength, spirit and love of her family. We will miss her dearly.


Dr. Jon M Goetz posted on 1/4/22

I would like to share a story about Jack to let everyone know he was not just an enthusiastic teacher, a well respected physicist and an inspiring mentor - but also a fighter with a strong moral compass. Jack’s office was next door to another tenured professor. When he overheard an abusive exchange between that professor and a graduate student, he waited for the student to leave - and walked into the office, closed the door and chewed the professor out loud enough that the secretaries overheard the exchange. Jack defended the student without any regard for the political ramifications, he did it because it was the right thing to do. That is the kind of man Jack was, a rarity in the politically charged world of academia and a for the last 30 years, a hero to me.


Emmanuel Copeland posted on 1/4/22

Andrea was a shining light she was always smileing,laughing and giving.Shem was the most beautiful person I ever met.She loved family and friends.She loved her beautiful kids.Andrea wasn’t just somebody she was an angel.I really missed her so much Andrea we love u.Rest in peace Love.I love u,I love u,I love u


April Baugher posted on 1/4/22

Jack was my PhD advisor in 1995. He was brilliant, funny, patient, and limitless. When I couldn’t get testing time for my thesis project on a positron spectrometer at NASA’s non-destructive evaluation facility, he decided we would build one ourselves - no hesitation. We borrowed components and built a positron spectrometer from the ground up, with performance that was twice as good as the one at NASA! And I learned all the ins and outs of how the test and the tool really worked from the process. I wouldn’t have had that experience if Jack hadn’t supported and encouraged me. I will always respect Jack’s intelligence, appreciate his kind encouragement and patient guidance, and be grateful for the opportunity to work with him. He will be missed.


Bassam Hitti posted on 1/3/22

I was one of Jack’s Ph.D. students and worked with him at Brookhaven, PSI and TRIUMF. He was a caring person, a great teacher, very clever and creative, his pure love of science was infectious. I lost a teacher and friend, the µSR community lost a champion. To Jack’s family and friends please accept my condolences. I hope you can find comfort in the memories and celebration of his life.



Liz posted on 1/3/22

Sending love to your family momma


Norma Hoard Banks posted on 1/3/22

My deepest sympathy to the Sherman family. Bobby was my cousin and I remember him when we were much younger. May he now be at peace.


Richard Goldblatt posted on 1/2/22

Pam and I will remember with fondness, our last meeting with you and Burt.


Bob Hilling...aka "Hat" posted on 1/2/22

Bob and i got to know each other via the US Marine Reserves. That friendship carried on after the reserves and we stayed in touch. He was/is a great guy and a man of dedication. RIP Sgt Sherman...


Ellen & Danny Coley posted on 1/2/22

Bert will surely be missed and we’ll always have the wonderful family memories. Love & hugs to Aunt Gladys and family


helene korel posted on 1/2/22

My deepest sympathy to Gladys and her family my thoughts and prayers are with you wth love


bernice victor smith posted on 1/1/22

Will be missed in many ways... May the good memories be a comfort in the times ahead


bernice victor smith posted on 1/1/22

May the good memories be a blessing for each ... He will be missed by many


William Handy posted on 1/1/22

Condolences Bobby's family. Bobby was truly one of the best guys I have ever know in my life.


Naomi Weisberg Siegel posted on 1/1/22

Dr. Kossler was an honored colleague of my father. I only knew him when I was very young, but even so I remember that he was a clever, amusing and kind man. My thoughts are with his family in this sad time.


Robert & Sharon Southard posted on 12/31/21

Sharon & I send our deepest condolences to the Parnell family. Mike will be blessed for the care he gave to his Mom & Dad; and he will be missed by all who knew him...


Mitch Wauhop posted on 12/31/21

Bobby was one of my closes friends for over 40 years. I will miss him.


Janice Hoard Gaston posted on 12/29/21

Bobby was my cousin and childhood friend. I remember his kindness and helpfulness toward his awkward little girl cousin.


Lynda posted on 12/29/21

In the short amount of time that I have known Mile he was the most giving, generous & tolerant man I know. He will be missed more than he will ever know. To all of his family, friends and Cheryl, the prayers and thoughts will continue.


Timothy Wright posted on 12/29/21

What a good guy he was,we played ball together and he always had a smile on his face


Sandra Sherman Filippo posted on 12/29/21

My cousin Bobby was a loving and caring man. Always had wonderful family stories to share when we got together. Love and prayers for Maria and family .


Jessica Long posted on 12/29/21

I never met Mike but I met his daughter Taylor and for some number of years we were good friends. Some twenty five year later, we are still in contact. <3 I'll check in on her once in a while for you Mike. Rest in peace. The entire Parnell family will be in my thoughts!


Clara Engle posted on 12/28/21

Worked with Nancy for many years at Lakeview Hospital. She was such a wonderful person, so sorry for your loss


Cheryl posted on 12/28/21

To the Parnell family my heart goes out to you . Mike your love will live forever , though me . I will love you til the end of time ! I miss you so much til we meet again . Love Cheryl


Taylor Parnell posted on 12/28/21

I love you and I miss you so much dad! Thank you for being you!


Philip Keuper posted on 12/26/21

Chiles and I were colleagues at the Securities and Exchange Commission in the 1970s. I recall those times as some of the best of my life. Chiles was a newsman of the old school, full of new ideas. He was unbeatable at handball, totally expert. He loved Virginia. I’ll never forget those days.


Jenni Sutton posted on 12/26/21

“Uncle Moe” was my second dad as I grew up. He was my dad’s best friend and his best man in Mom and Dad’s wedding. He always asked my parents, “How are my kids?” We adored his crazy sense of humor and sincere heart. He gave more than he ever took and made people feel special and important. He was ALWAYS positive and loving and a very creative person who was the drummer for his own path. He will be missed greatly for the sparkle he was to this world. When it comes to Moe Richardson God broke the mold! Love ya, Uncle Moe and will see you in Heaven later! Hold down the fort for me! Keep them laughing up There! Love forever, your “daughter”, Jenni


Melissa Marison (Nutt) posted on 12/26/21

Lane Family - I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. I remember Paula as a super sweet lady who was always very kind to my brothers and I as we grew up with Matt and Chris. Sending much love to your entire family during this time.


John and Caroline Rhodes posted on 12/23/21

We are saddened to hear of Moe’s passing. He was a wonderful neighbor, always willing to lend a helping hand when needed. He also was the eyes and ears of the neighborhood, and a friend to all. He will be truly missed.


Rosemary Lipcius Rankin posted on 12/23/21

Rest peacefully in the loving arms of Jesus, Dearest Moe, where suffering does not exist’. Jesse and Amy and Kenny and I are honored to have known and loved you and to call you our Beloved Coach and Friend, Judy John David and Families we grieve with you all and we love you all Always.


Black Man posted on 12/23/21

Cory Riffer was ripping off poor Black people in Birmingham Alabama at Foundation Marketing.


Jack and Margaret Teliho posted on 12/23/21

Our love and deepest sympathy to all of you now, and in the days ahead. Rest in Peace Richard


May Milne posted on 12/22/21

Was a pleasure meeting you Richard. You will be sorely missed. Rest in Peace.


Robin Campbell Wyatt posted on 12/22/21

Tracey, Emilio, Mackenzie, and Jayden - Mimi and Old Pap send hugs and love. So sorry to hear about the passing of your Dad, Grandpa... Prayers for comfort...


deborah j mothe posted on 12/21/21

iI am heart broken, grew up with him, always had a smile on his face and was very kind and good to my mom and dad. I am glad my father went before him, this would have torn him up as it has me. Wow, no longer will I be standing in the yard and he stops by or yells at me from his car "hey Debbie" I am very, very sad. Lost a childhood icon and the Mayor of Magruder Lane. Debbie Johnson



Lisa Ann Johnson posted on 12/21/21

In one way or another you were a part of my life since I was a teenager hanging out with your beautiful daughter Elaine. You and Susan raised such fantastic kids. I promise to be here for Elaine until the ends of my days.


Joan Romaine posted on 12/21/21

Miles, this is Joan Romaine—Tyler Romaine’s mom. I was soooo sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. Hope you and your brother are doing ok. I still keep in touch with Diane Avjean and Mary Jo Headley. We live in Charlottesville, if you need anything. Mrs. Romaine~


Sarah Livingston posted on 12/20/21

Sue was one of the kindest people I’ve ever met. My mother, Jackie Livingston, was a resident of the Williamsburg Landing and lived in the memory care section for about 5 years. Sue was a regular, if not daily, visitor of the memory care residents. My mom’s face always lit up when Sue arrived. They spent a lot of time together. Sue was just incredibly giving of her time and her love. I will never forget the difference she made in my mother’s life. She was an inspiration.


Pat Cherry posted on 12/17/21

Brenda, Jon and I were saddened to hear about Wayne’s death. Our prayers are going out for you and your family both now and in the coming weeks. Much love to all of you.



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Dawn Hernandez posted on 12/14/21

I’ll never forget the first time I met Terry. He and Melissa had picked my sister and I up at the airport. I can remember laughing the entire time I was with you all. The banter between you all was straight from a movie. T was so devoted to Olivia and protected her with every breath he had. Thankful for the people who are wrapping their arms around sweet Olivia and Missy as they grieve. Rest In Peace, Terry. Olivia will always know how much you loved her ❤️


David Michael Patterson posted on 12/13/21

Edith Hathaway Miller Patterson, ONE of the GREATEST MOMS that has ever LIVED! My Mother for over 70 YEARS! Your wished delivered and the MEMORY of you WILL last FOREVER! Mike and DAN Patterson ,YOUR SONS.



Debbie Martin posted on 12/13/21

She loved my Sour Cream Fudge from Alabama


Eddie Cope posted on 12/13/21

So many memories with Terry and the Cape folks to just remember one. He always had a smile on his face, combing his hair, laughing and enjoying life! God Bless dear friend, you will surely be missed!


Annette Divelbliss and Family posted on 12/12/21

In this sorrowful time, we would like to extend our heartfelt condolences. May our Lord comfort you and your loved ones during this difficult time. We love you all.



sarah miller posted on 12/11/21

walking the middle school hallways with this beautiful soul always getting a good laugh her smile lights up any room. you will be missed


David Kalinowski posted on 12/11/21

I'm so sad to hear of Terry's passing. I remember him to be a funny nice guy.


Shannon Cope posted on 12/11/21

Terry and the Pirates


Shannon Hassan posted on 12/10/21

Terry was a loving, funny and selfless father and uncle. He was such a great babysitter for my boys when they were younger. I’m not sure who had more fun on their playdates, the kids or Terry! He was a blessing for me when I needed a break, an afternoon out with my sister. I will never forget his kindness towards me and my boys. We will miss him and his catchy tunes, always whistling!!! Terry loved music, history and was an excellent artist. Olivia, the light of his life, has inherited all of his talents. Rest in Peace Uncle T, we love you.


Gail & Tom Nash posted on 12/10/21

Not too long ago we met Beth on the trail and we were deeply touched by her friendliness! We enjoyed a nice long conversation with her! A few weeks later we were blessed to visit with her again on the trail! Our sincere sympathy to Bill and all of the family. Praying for God to comfort you all in your grief.


Nakia smith posted on 12/9/21

Andrea was my sister, not her blood sister but she would tell you that we were, she had such a beautiful soul in and out . She was always laughing and joking lol.I’m gonna miss how we go to the beach during the summer and hang out late night and take lots of pictures,stayed going out . We always talked on the phone about any and everything,we would talk about the kids,work how each other were doing and just life it self,every time I asked what she was doing she’d say cooking ; and my response was girl me too that’s something we both had in common. I’m gonna miss my sis so much , especially her text and phone calls , her voice, her laughter and her saying she’s coming over , and most of all her beautiful face and smile .My heart goes out to her family and children. Rest In Peace my beautiful sis I love you and I know your looking down on us ❤️❤️


Jo Ann Mertens posted on 12/8/21

My deepest sympathy to Bill, her husband. I did not know her but worked for Bill many years and I know they were so close. Again my regrets and sympathies.


GARY W BROWN posted on 12/8/21

RIP my friend. I enjoyed our time working together at Colonial Williamsburg. Jim, you were a class act!


P Scott Zimmerman posted on 12/8/21

Prayers and compassion are offered to Bill and family.


Irene and Nancy posted on 12/8/21

Our hearts are heavy for you Billy and your wonderful family! She is such a wonderful woman and a great wife. 61 years! Hold on strong to your faith and HE will get you through the heartbreak. We love you Cousin/Brother… Sir Barry once wrote; “God gives us memories, so that we might have Roses… To pick in December…”


Amy files posted on 12/8/21

My memory of Andrea is when she was a little girl very smart beautiful always full of energy I remember when me and my brother and her siblings would make Ham sandwiches with chips on it and prank call people she will be truly missed I miss a lot of her growing up but has blossomed into a beautiful butterfly my condolences to the family


Dawn Crawford posted on 12/7/21

We here at Colonial Vet Clinic will miss you Miss Edith. You were such a joy and wonderful pet mom to beautiful Abby.


Robert and Sandra Keir posted on 12/7/21

We are longtime friends who met Beth and Bill thru our children at the high school in Greenfield MA and we have continued our friendship by visiting them in Williamsburg on occasion. We will miss her.


MaryAnn Fagley posted on 12/7/21

Terry, my son-in-law, was the kindest person I have Ever known. He would do anything for you. His love for his daughter Olivia was never ending. Thankful for all those who helped caring for him especially Melissa who never left his side through this illness. God surely put the right people in the Right places and right times! God bless and thank you all.


Megan (Sutliff) Marvil posted on 12/6/21

Beth and Bill were amazing neighbors to my parents in their court that was more than just a community, but a family. Her bright smile will never be forgotten! And the squirrels in the backyard will certainly miss her treats too.


Bob & Barb Schmidt posted on 12/6/21

Beth and Bill were the best neighbors. We have known them since May 2003. I used to tease her a lot and she finally learned to tease back! We will miss Beth! RIP my friend! You will be missed!


Christine Punchard posted on 12/6/21

Beth was the first neighbor we met when we moved here in a snowstorm! She and Bill were so helpful and have remained wonderful neighbors for 22 years. She will be missed by all of us!


Michael Martin posted on 12/6/21

Beth was always so welcoming when I visited. Her warmth and kindness were enriching to my soul.


Sarah Miller posted on 12/6/21

Such a sweet beautiful soul to lose to soon. Andrea take care of my nephew sweet angels. I will never forget are middle school and high school days. Yu always knew how to light up every room yu entered. All our long conversations will never be forgotten. All yur random pop ups will never be forgotten. I carry yu in my heart with everyone else. Sucks to see yu go but having another amgel watch over us is a blessing. Yur family and kids and in my prayers. Love yu bunny. Resp easy in paradise sweet angel.


Jessica Adams posted on 12/5/21

Newsome family I am so so sorry for the loss of Andrea .she was a amazing friend she was always there for me as kids we spent just about every weekend having sleepovers and going to the skating ring as the years went on we kept in contact threw phone calls and text I'm going to miss her so much ...sip baby girl until we meet again love you you girl


Frank posted on 12/5/21

Doug was a dear friend , I LEARNED over the few years that GOD gave me the chance to meet and enjoy the friendship that we devoloped Bless the family and BLACKIE AND AMBER Bless LINDA , SHAUN AND FAMILY Love all I WILL NEVER Forget Doug and everyone I met knowing him Bless Doug and Jesse THOSE WHO KNEW them best Loved them the most.


John W Fuhry posted on 12/5/21

I Like remember my sister Christina O'Shea in all her healthy, happy years. The many visits to each other's family homes, letters written to each other and lively catch up calls and emails are happy memories for me. Wishing you peace as you rest in God's hands now. Your brother John (Hans-Werner) Fuhry in Canada


Edith M. Lent posted on 12/4/21

Doug was a great guy and serviced our HVAC System since we moved to Williamsburg in 98. He loved our dogs and sometimes brought his on a call. Always personable and always great service. Doug called me a couple of times from the Hospital and on his last call he said he would call me again. Sending Prayers, Love and Support to the Smith Family, I know this has been a tough year for the family, with losing Doug and Jessie. Sincerely, Edith and Bill Lent.


Michael E Clark posted on 12/4/21

I LOVE YOU more than life itself . Everyday I walk around our house my house gets broken more and more. I miss you more than you will ever know. My life will never be the same without you in it. We laughed ,we argued but most of all we had unconditional LOVE for each other. Until we meet again in heaven know I will always Love You no one can or will ever replace that spot in my heart.


Gene & Cheryl Johnson posted on 12/4/21

Douglas was a great HVAC worker and always responded very quickly even in a snow storm. Douglas was a good friend


Tom and Betty Mainor posted on 12/4/21

We are deeply saddened at the loss of our long-time friend, Christina. She has always embraced life and good friends with a zest and engagement that was amazing and remarkably strong over many years. She will long remain in our memories and deep affection. Together, she and Mike were a remarkable couple and vital parts of our lives and this community. We miss them very much. Our prayers for comfort go to John and Thomas and their families.


Denise Alvin posted on 12/4/21

Kay, I am so sorry to hear about Marlin. I am thinking of you and your family and wanted to offer my sympathies. I know you have lots of wonderful memories with Marlin and I hope that brings you some comfort during this difficult time. Take care.


Helga Fuhry posted on 12/3/21

I am so sorry to hear the loss of Tante Christel. I remember her from childhood on being such a force-of-life! It has been a tough year for the O'Shea's and we are all thinking of you and wishing you peace from our hearts. Love your Canadian family. The Fuhry's.


Michael Minarik posted on 12/3/21

Clare always greeted me with a big smile when I saw her at Dominion Village. She sat at my mother's dining table and enjoyed many laughs together. Prayers for the family during this difficult time.


Monica Messick posted on 12/2/21

Jim, I'm so deeply sorry for your loss of your father. I will be thinking of you.


Judy Harris posted on 12/2/21

Known as Molly to most, my sister-in-law will always be “Von” to me. I will always miss her ability to speak her truth and speak it honestly and with love to me. This amazing lady leaves a void in my heart that will never be filled by anyone else. Her departure to her heavenly home was certainly met by a band of angels filled with all those who were anxiously awaiting her. My love, prayers, and sympathy are for the family she loved and left behind. We can shed our tears, then put smiles on our faces knowing how much she loved us and how happy she is now to be in her happy place forever.



Sarah Sanchez posted on 12/2/21

My heart is breaking that you are gone but I know you are up there with loved ones and you will always be in our hearts. The jingle of your bracelets when you hugged me will always ring in my ears. I love and miss you grandma!


Gary Grindstaff posted on 12/2/21

My heart is heavy with loss but joyous in the comfort of knowing she is at peace and once again with her beloved husband my uncle Don once again! Always loving and welcoming she blessed me so many times with her company! Heaven surely is blessed and brighter! Go rest high on that mountain my dear Aunt Molly!


Sloan C Sawyer posted on 12/1/21

Pat, Alex and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Ms Ella Mae was the sweetest kindest soul. I loved talking with her. She even saved baby ducks and raised them when they would go into the pool at GG. Her Love was endless. I know how much she cherished you all. God truly did need another angel. Hearfelt condolences till y'all meet again.


Nicole Phillips posted on 12/1/21

I’m so sad to see Mrs. Priester leave this world as her caring nature, smile, wonderful personality, strength and her beautiful, spiritual soul will be missed. I know the Lord has his arms around her now, and her suffering and pain is gone. She was blessed to have such a loving husband & family that was her world. Her eyes would light up when she would talk about her grandchildren/great grandchild. My love and condolences go out to her family! Mr. Priester, keep living life as she would want you to. She was your angel on earth, and now she is God’s angel watching down on you. Much love, Nicole Phillips


Rick and Joan Hagan posted on 12/1/21

Joan and I sat next to Jim for many years at William & Mary basketball games. He always had a smile on his face and something positive to stay. A true gentleman.


Brenda Wilmer posted on 12/1/21

Jim - So sorry to hear of the passing of your dad. I understand - I too lost my mother this year. Prayers for you and your family.


Sheila and Jim Wheaton posted on 11/27/21

Words may not suffice to express the heartfelt sorrow that we feel for the passing of John, but please accept our condolences and we will be sure to include him in our daily prayers.


Vivienne McKeon posted on 11/26/21

So sad to hear of the passing of Aunt Clare. I have fond memories of your visits to Ireland. She was a beautiful lady. Sincere condolences to Clare and family


Blanche hope posted on 11/22/21

Sympathy from your former neighbor across street many years ago.


Lisa O Boone posted on 11/17/21

I just found out that Melanie passed away.. My thoughts and prayers for Melanie's family.


Thomas M. Dowd posted on 11/17/21

Dear Lovegren Family, Please accept my deepest condolences on the passing of Mrs. Lovegren. Your mother was a special person in so many ways, exceptionally kind and thoughtful. I’m profoundly grateful for her positive influence on me as a teenager more than 50 years ago. Her encouragement motivated me to attend college and recognize the opportunities beyond our small community at the Grand Canyon. Indeed, this country kid was fortunate that our paths crossed at a pivotal time as I started my life’s journey as an adult. Thank you, Mrs. Lovegren, may your spirit rest in peace.


Patricia Mitchell posted on 11/17/21

My condolences to the Mayberry Clan. My fondest memories of Sue are how she cared for Ba-Pa towards the end of his life and her perfect linen closet! She was generous with travel for her family and giving her granddaughters beautiful Mikimoto pearl necklaces for their college graduation --- now sentimentally priceless. I hope you take comfort in the fact she lived a good long life, full of family, friends, travel, fun and wine. And a blessed life, as she lived to meet her great-grandchildren. Peace and Love, Patty Mitchell


David Stevens posted on 11/15/21

Dear Auntie Shirley, Heather, Noel, Carolyn, Elise and Perram Family To all of you, my sincere condolences and deepest sympathies. Your husband, your Father, your Family has lost a wonderful man. I am so saddened by the passing of Uncle Tony. He was not just a good man, he was a great man. So principled, fair, judicious, supportive, and intelligent. Of course, his humor stays with me always. I use so many of his little puns in so many different ways in so many different circumstances. I recall his very funny smile when he found a new pun and was waiting for you to catch up to his wit. Very special. Tony gave me a chance. He reached out and invited me to Washington to work with him and it was a grounding and a mentorship that provided stability and direction for the rest of my career. I am forever grateful. Of course, his support was complemented so well by Auntie Shirley and their collective love of family and fun (and great food). Trips out on Lake Barcroft were phenomenal times for me in a strange city and a new country. Saddened by his loss now but so lucky to have known him forever. Love to you all, David Stevens


Cindy Stevens posted on 11/14/21

Dear Shirley, Heather, Noel, Carolyn & Elise, I was so sorry to hear of Uncle Tony’s passing. He was an amazingly accomplished man and a wonderful husband and father. I have many fond memories of his wicked sense of humour and that mischievous glint in his eye. My family and I send our sincerest condolences to all of you for your loss. Love to you all, Cindy Stevens


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Susan E Hyde posted on 11/14/21

Jaime was such a good friend to me for more than 10 years. As l started my journey with kidney failure & dialysis she was always there to help me navigate the health care system & answer any questions l had about anything, but more than that, we were able to commiserate together & talk about the challenges we both faced daily. I'm not sure if l would have made it thru those early dark days when l just wanted to give up if she had not been there to lift me up & convince me l could handle everything that was thrown at me. Jaime, l will truly miss your friendship, your quickness to laugh thru the pain & suffering & the encouragement you gave me to keep on going - if not for my family & the people who cared for me - but for myself as well. You were (and still are) a gift in my life...l will never forget you & the times we shared together. As my Naval Officer father would say..."fair winds & following seas"...l know how much you loved the beach & ocean & l hope both of those things are present in your part of Heaven. I'm certain you are leaning safe into the loving & protective arms of Jesus now where there is no more pain or sorrow. I will forever miss you...Susan


Donnie Stanley posted on 11/13/21

Sue and children, David was always easy going and a truly fine man. He will be missed. Love and miss you guys ! RIP David !


Joseph Michael Coffey posted on 11/13/21

I was both baptized and confirmed by Reverend Morgan in the old St. Luke’s church in 1964/1965. In fact his daughter Sarah was in my confirmation class. I remember the ice cream socials, the bizarres and the amazing Christmas celebrations with the fresh greens and the incense. Reverend Morgan and Reverend Henderson made St Luke’s very special for me and I’m certain his spirt will continue to live in all who knew him.


Elnora Webb posted on 11/12/21

“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 anymore. The former things has passed away.” (Revelation 21:3,4)


Gerry Siekirski posted on 11/12/21

Sue was a delightful "Lady" that brought happiness to those she served in the "travel world". She was dedicated, thoughtful and honorable and certainly made the "World" a better place.


Bret Cody Eskridge posted on 11/12/21

So sorry for your loss. You will be in my family's thoughts and prayers. God bless.


Edward D. Manzo posted on 11/11/21

As a student at SUNY-Buffalo law school from 1972-75, I clerked at the Lutwak & Feldman law firm where Bob came to work as an associate lawyer. He was very knowledgeable and congenial, and I liked and respected him. After I graduated, I left Buffalo worked in Chicago until retirement. I lost track of Bob and learned just now of his passing, so please excuse this much-delayed condolences. I am sorry to learn of his early demise and extend my condolences to his family.


Anthony Bordonaro posted on 11/11/21

My deepest & sincere heartfelt sympathies go out to the family of your beloved Matrioch, Sue Anne Mayberry. Her amazing accomplishments speak volumes for themselves and although she will be sorely missed by everyone - her loving memory will live on forever. God Bless You, Sue Anne... You're in his hands, now.


Patty Gray posted on 11/11/21

Despite the obstacles in her path, Jaime always injected humor and lots of smiles into her interactions with those around her. —Patty Gray RN


Karen Hunter Rockey posted on 11/11/21

Wonderful, delightful, and beyond a kind friend to me. You will be beyond missed Gladys.


Beth Broxton posted on 11/11/21

My prayers for peace and comfort for your family. Jaime was a pleasure to know, always trying to be cheerful and friendly. She went through so much. One of her nurses, Beth


Josephine R Maniscalco posted on 11/10/21

My sincere condolences for the Passing of Donald Hanson, we now have another angel to watch over us.


Susan Blalock-Pearman posted on 11/9/21

Alan, Lindsey and Kramer, we are so sorry for your loss. Hugs and love, Steve and Susan Pearman


Gary Allen posted on 11/9/21

Neil and Liz arrived in Governor’s Land the same year we did, snd it was such a pleasure for my wife and I to know them. Gracious, thoughtful and broadly traveled, they were always a pleasure to be with. Our prayers and condolences go out to their family and their many friends.


Terrie Kole posted on 11/7/21

I met Gladys on my first day of anesthesia training in October of 1965. She immediately introduced herself and took me for a tour of Norfolk in her new Volkswagen. While in training we all loved her and her instructors called her “Rosebud”! We became fast friends and after graduation we kept in touch and worked together for over 25 years. The world was a better place because of her. She was a devoted mother and her focus was always on Phillip and his welfare. She was the sister I never had and she will always be in my heart.


Michael Heredia posted on 11/6/21

Rick Machamer was a classmate at West Point, a colleague in 1-37 Armor and a friend of many years. He will be missed by those who served with him and got to know him. We lived just upstairs from Rick and his family in Katterbach housing in Germany. I spent many hours in the field at Graf, Hohenfels and other Germany garden spots with Rick as the Battalion trained. He was a fine Soldier and Officer and he made a positive difference for our Country. Debbie and I send our prayers and condolences to Rick's family and we hope warm memories provide you comfort. Mike Heredia, COL (RET) USA


charlene smith posted on 11/5/21

To the very end, Alfina was an avid pinochle player. We will miss her presence at our weekly pinochle gatherings. To the family, my deepest sympathies for this great loss.


Wayne Topping posted on 11/5/21

Ed played golf with us all year round. We really enjoyed relaxing after the game in the Kiskiack Club House.


Pete Trainor posted on 11/4/21

Ed and I were golfing buddies and played together many times starting way back in 2004. He left us too early. Rest in Peace my friend. BTW I posted a picture of Ed and a friend on the golf course at Kiskiack in 2012


Kathryn Moran posted on 11/4/21

Debbie was a stellar nurse both in knowledge and bedside manner. When she left Riverside Doctors' Hospital, we were all devastated. Beyond her excellence in nursing, she was just the nicest person. Her infectious smile will be remembered. I'm so sad over her death. I share your grief, Jessica.


Mary Lynn Bryant posted on 11/4/21

Debbie is and was always a strong and positive presence. Love to all who miss her. ❤️



Mary Lynn Bryant posted on 11/4/21

Debbie was so kind to me when my mother passed and was a joy to be around. Our big family sure will miss her. ❤️


Command Sergeant Major (Retired ) Joe T. Hill: Honorary Sgt. Major of 37th Regiment. posted on 11/4/21

The 37th Regiment lost a great soldier, I was honored to be on the team with the best Officers and Nco's in the army. Colonel Machamer was one of those officers. God Bless the family and the family are in my prayers. Soldier for Life. Joe Hill


Joanne G Cheves posted on 11/4/21

So sorry to hear of your loss. Your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. Joanne and Jim Cheves


Trena Kissal posted on 11/3/21

We loved seeing Courtney come into the church doors of CCC! Her smile lit the room from the moment she entered! She always had a word of encouragement on her lips. I'm so glad to have known Courtney as a loving sister in Christ!



Patty Brennan posted on 11/3/21

Jessica I'm so sorry for your loss. Sending prayers to you and your family


Alicia Marceen Beech posted on 11/3/21

To my little Angel Courtney. Words cannot explain how much I am saddened and missing you right now. You were a bright and shining Light to me and to so many others. I consider myself blessed to have been able to provide care for someone as warm and loving as you. Each time I saw that amazing and beautiful smile, it just made my entire day. It's been difficult each day knowing that I can't laugh and talk to you. You were such a grateful and humble person and would tell that you loved me and I loved and cared for you just as much. I know GOD does not make mistakes and he provides strength and peace to each of us even when we don't deserve his grace. You've asked me on many occasions if I was proud of you and yes, with out a shadow of a doubt, I will always be very, very proud of you. GOD knows that in my heart, that it has been a blessing, an honor and most of all a pleasure to have helped taken care of you and assist your family. I remember saying to you eveytime I'd see you, " hey there Pal" and you seemed so happy to see me! I'll be thinking of you from time to time with peace, knowing that you have your Wings of Glory. You will always be my Angel and my Friend.


Toni Webb posted on 11/3/21

WOW! Since I met your mom I knew she was amazing. I had no idea HOW amazing until I read this. Quite a lady and always smiling!


Heather Garrenton posted on 11/3/21

I keep waking up expecting, this all to be a nightmare. You've been gone a week, but I missed you the moment I got the call. I know, I know, life isn't fair. But why MY momma? You didn't get to see me do anything to me you proud and I'm crushed. Despite the unexpected passing, and being a super daddy's girl, this hurt such more. There a giant hole in me that will always be there, but I'll be strong Because you taught me that and I have to be strong for my sisters and kids. I'm pushing forward, Despite an indescribable pain and grief. I love you momma hen. Love Always, You're first twinkle


Heather and John Hansen posted on 11/2/21

We had the honor of meeting both your mom and dad! The one memory I will always hold close are their smiles! They always had one on! Your mom raised a wonderful family and I am better to have known her!



Sasha posted on 11/2/21

You gave me my best friend. You always hade my back on FB... please watch over Heather. I never saw you in person, but you touched my heart!


Latita Chisman posted on 11/2/21

Courtney I'm going to definitely miss you thank you so much for allowing me to take care of you and be a part of your life Every morning walking through the door you always had that big beautiful smile on your face no matter what was going on with you You are the most strongest person I have ever met in my life I thought I was strong but I found out very quickly you definitely had me beat by a long shot My heart is really aching I wish I could have told you goodbye And gave you one last hug Thank you for allowing me to be a part of the family


Barbara Addams posted on 11/2/21

Courtney always had a smile and was always thinking of others! We’ve only been neighbors a short couple of years, but we will always remember her beautiful spirit! So blessed to share special memories of great times together with Courtney, Caitlin, Nef and all the friends who enjoyed spending time with Courtney! Until we meet again!



Bob, Diane alnd Bobby Whilleson posted on 11/2/21

Mrs. Caruso always had a beautiful smile on her face!


Aunt Sandy posted on 11/1/21

You were such a loving, caring support during your Uncle George’s illness even though you had just learned of your own life challenges.You made sure to check on me through those sad trying months and call to tell me how much your cared. You were such a bright light and a warrior who always had a smile. You were my hero and an example of such love & goodness. Miss & love you so, Aunt Sandy


Jeff & Barbara Mintun posted on 11/1/21

Uncle Hal, Barb and I are so sorry and you are in our prayers.


Steve & Sandy Mintun posted on 11/1/21

Our thoughts and prayers go out to you Uncle Hal. We will miss Aunt Bobbie!



Beverly Maurice posted on 11/1/21

Mrs. Loretta came, with Mr. Augie, to Greensboro, NC to witness Ron proposing to Jolene at Ron's grandparent's home. Mrs. Loretta was so sweet and gentle with my mother who was suffering from the early stages of Alzheimer's at that time. Her kindness will never be forgotten.


Betty Labanish posted on 10/31/21

Philip, Your mother was a very beautiful person. She was extremely kind, thoughtful and generous to all. She attended all of the Colonial Williamsburg Employees Craft Shows. One time, when my husband John and I did not participate in the show, she inquired and found out that John was in the hospital. While the craft show was going on, she took the time to visit john in the hospital. He was so surprised and appreciative that your mother was so thoughtful to take the time to visit him. It was an act of kindness that we will never forget. Your mother was certainly a role model and inspiration to all!


LOU ANN ENGLISH posted on 10/31/21

Patty and family, I am so sorry for the loss of your mother. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.


Helen Stahl posted on 10/31/21

So grateful for the brief time we shared life. Love the picture - how you will always be remembered. Thoughts and prayers to you and your family.


Elsie Browning posted on 10/31/21

Philip, your Mom and I go back a long way. As you know, I was blessed to grow up with her as children. She was always a kind, caring person that thought more of others than herself. She had a gift of being a caregiver. She loved you so much and was very proud of you. I definitely miss her. Am fortunate to have many wonderful memories. There is now another angel in heaven named Gladys. You know I am here for YOU. Love, Elsie


Jessica Garrenton posted on 10/30/21

Mommy, I miss you so much that it hurts. I’m so grateful for you and all you have taught me; I am who I am because of you. Although I’m not sure how to live life without you, I promise to continue to always make you proud of me. As you would always say, I love you to the moon and back! Love, Your mini me ❤️



Kristin Wilkerson posted on 10/30/21

I'm so very sorry. I met you when I was 17 years old, you were very sweet with a beautiful smile. I am so happy I met Ellie & Sara on my trip to VA from Georgia. I got to spend 2 months with my sister & I got to meet a lot of people & including Mrs. Debbie & her daughters!. Prayers for the family!


Judy Lehr posted on 10/30/21



Judy Lehr posted on 10/30/21

To my sister, best friend and other half, knowing you will always be with and a part of me gives me peace. Fly high my


Patrick Belcher posted on 10/30/21

Phil. I know your mom will be missed for the great positive impact she made wherever she was.


Buddy Porter posted on 10/30/21

I remember meeting you for the first time at work. I thought to myself what a passionate but strong nurse you are. You left RDHW but years later I met your daughter Jessica. I learned that is your mini me. I have seen how strong you are by doing all you could to defeat cancer so you could be with your family. It has amazed me how strong you are. Your family has gained a true guardian angel. Heaven has two angels now with you and my mom. Rest In Peace Debbie. Love you!!


Judy Gibson posted on 10/29/21

I will surely miss Gladys. We were Bible Study friends for 13 years now. I will miss her quick personality and knowledge of life. I will totally miss her but I know she is with our Lord and Savior and we will unite one day in heaven! Please accept my condolence.


Atish & Roshni Patel posted on 10/28/21

So sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our prayers. May she Rest In Peace .


Jane Trimble posted on 10/28/21

Phillip, I was so shocked and sad to read about your Mother passing. She was always so delightful to talk with her when she came into the City of Williamsburg Finance Department. Her adventures, especially to Cabo, were especially entertaining! I retired the end of February and missed being able to see her there. I was hoping our paths would cross around town, but that never happened since I left the City offices. You had a wonderful Mother! My thoughts and prayers our with you.


Katherine Brooks posted on 10/28/21

Philip, I’m so sorry to hear a lot your mother’s passing and I have you in my thoughts and prayers. My son, Whit, let me know since we discovered we are related to you through the Moody side of our family! Your mother accomplished much in her lifetime and I know you are proud of her generous, kind manner. Love, Katherine Moody Brooks


Bix & Kathy Clarke posted on 10/28/21

We were so saddened to hear this. What great memories we have of good times at the Yacht Basin. Praying for peace for all of you...


Don Hillbish posted on 10/28/21

Phil, I am so deeply sorry for the loss of your mother. It sounds like she was an amazing woman and lived quite a remarkable life. If we all are so blessed to live a life such as hers! Praying for you and your family.


Kelly& William Raymond posted on 10/28/21

Phil, so sorry to learn of your mom’s passing. Sounds like she was a remarkable, caring, giving woman. She did a great job raising her son. Our prayers are with you.



Brad A Fralin posted on 10/28/21

So sorry for your loss Phil, Gladys was such a special lady and kind spirit. Please let me know if you need anything, lots of love to you.


Peggy Hook posted on 10/28/21

Phillip, Your mother was truly one of the special people! I knew her at Williamsburg Methodist and through Outreach committees. Her volunteering on a medical mission team to Honduras gave me an opportunity to work directly with her. And appreciate her even more. She will be missed. My condolences to you and the family.


Joanne and Paul Brooks posted on 10/28/21

Philip, We loved your Mother as our very near and dear friend for many years. We shared the best of times together. She was a devoted friend and exceptional person with the gift of grace and a giving heart and hand. Our sincere condolences to you. You are her shining star and the true love of her life. She will be sadly missed and always loved.


Carla Tomlin posted on 10/27/21

Enjoyed your warm and caring spirit..know you are resting in Gods hands now..I shall miss you greatly..Love you..Carla


Lisa Williams posted on 10/27/21

Phillip, I counted Gladys as one of my dearest friends. Though we have only known each other for about two years, she was a strong presence in my life. She often would simply show up at my Sales and Auctions and just start helping in any way she could. She and I talked or texted or emailed usually daily and sometimes multiple times. Your mother was such a strong and proud woman with the kindest heart. I would collect cigar boxes for her so she could give them to the children with a dollar bill or a small trinket in it so they could collect their goodies. My 12 year old nephew has his that she gave him. I am so grateful that I got to see her recently and to tell her how much I loved her. You are in my thoughts and prayers, Lisa


John Reynolds posted on 10/27/21

Philip, my condolences and prayers. Gladys was such a delightful and considerate person, always so cheerful and never at a loss for another story to tell. She even arranged a “blessing” for my new condo unit. I will miss her. Sincerely, John


John Reynolds posted on 10/27/21

Philip, I remember your mother as the delightful person she was. Always so outgoing and never without a story to tell. She was so kind, even arranging a “blessing” for my new condo unit. I will miss her greatly. My condolences and prayers. John


Rob Wood posted on 10/26/21

Ms. Victor always had a warm and kind spirit. She possessed an infectious smile that left me at ease and always made me feel welcomed in her presence and in her home. I will always remember her as a proud and hard-working mom who went above and beyond to care and provide for her son. Phil, I'm very sorry for your loss. Please know that I always enjoyed your mom's company and have only the fondest memories of her. My heart goes out to you, and I wish you nothing but warmth in the happy memories that you shared with her in her lifetime. Much love to you, brother.



Margie Krieger posted on 10/26/21

Have many fond memories of John from the Penfield YMCA. We did exercises in the heated pool and John would tell me so many interesting stories of his days in South Jersey delivering newspapers and going to Rutgers - where my daughter went. He was such an upbeat and interesting person. He will be sorely missed.


Thomas V. Warren posted on 10/26/21

Phillip: Your mother was a wonderful woman who always provided spirit to a gathering. Our condolences in your sorrow. Tom & Ann (JW ‘60) Warren, Crewe


Jesse and Pam C. posted on 10/26/21

As long-time neighbors of Char and Don, we are saddened to hear of Char’s passing. We enjoyed our conversations over the years, and were always amazed at her bountiful energy maintaining their immaculate garden. She sent beautiful handmade Christmas cards, depicting silhouettes of her grandchildren of whom she was clearly proud. Char will be greatly missed.


Tony ODonnell posted on 10/25/21

Brother so sorry for your loss. Your in my prayers Phil!


Tony ODonnell posted on 10/25/21

Phil- my brother so sorry for your loss. Much love to you.


Cliff Axtell posted on 10/25/21

So many memories at the beach, hard rock Cafe, and all the time I stayed over with Philip watching young guns. She was a very wonderful and special lady.


Cafe, Axtell posted on 10/25/21

I can't say just one so. I remember this sweet loving lady who took me to the beach, hard rock cafe, and i was always with Philip staying over nite. She will be missed. Soma you memories.


Rosalind Dodd posted on 10/25/21

Did not know her but she raised an amazing son, Dennis


Peter A Spina posted on 10/25/21

To the Brown family...I am saddened to hear of Professor Jack Brown's recent passing. I knew Jack as a knowledgeable and wise individual whose counsel I sought as his colleague at Monroe Community College. In addition he was a consummate excellent teacher whose students loved and admired him. His classes were always full. I thank God for giving us this good man. Peter A. Spina, Ph.D President Emeritus Monroe Community College


Susan Spellman posted on 10/24/21

Dearest Mem: Of all our years of friendship, the one that makes me (and hopefully you) smile is the wonderful trip/time in Italy. God has given us so many happy moments to remember!


Ted Rivera posted on 10/24/21

I pay tribute to Professor John Brown and his family too. He was a professor of mine at Monroe Community College in 1975 ( Rochester NY )---he was / is a very good man !


Regina olbrich posted on 10/23/21

I will miss Tom knowing that he is no longer on this earth enjoying life. He was a big part of the Olbrich family’s life for many years and we loved him.


Brittany Brown posted on 10/23/21

Rest in paradise granddaddy Jack-Jack. 99 years is a long time, but nine hundred and ninety nine still wouldn’t be enough time with you. Thank you for being a hero to this country, this family, and THE BIGGEST hero to me. I’m so blessed to be your granddaughter, and so proud to have your blood in my veins. I love you always and forever ❤️


Betty Bourne posted on 10/22/21

My heart is full of fond memories of Dad Brown/Granddaddy Brown/Jack. He always had an encouraging word, a contagious laugh, a great sense of humor too. He loved his family, so proud of each and everyone. A man of great intellect and wisdom, yet he was so humble. What an honor and blessing to have known such a wonderful person.


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Charles Randy Ridenour posted on 10/21/21

JESSE: You were always UP!! A great internet stock trading friend!! "WE" loved your Handle on Yahoo of "PATCHES" During the Crazy economic panic of 2008 to 2010... We talked often & Shared many insights...You were a Cherished member of my "CREW" While it existed!! some members made $$ fortunes Some just made quick profits & DISSAPPEARED... Others bought houses, Condo.'s , land or paid bills! I will miss YOU!! Especially those humorous insights into life & people. Browildman / Charles Ridenour.


Frieda Cox and John Aydelott posted on 10/21/21

Peggy,we are so sorry to hear about Glenn's passing. He was such a wonderful person and what fun times we all had at the Yacht Basin. Condolences to you and your family


Candace, John, and Camden Streit posted on 10/21/21

Granddaddy Brown filled our hearts with so much joy and love. I have fond memories as a child of running around in the yard with the soccer ball in New York and Granddaddy always had a smile on his face. Their house was filled with the coolest trinkets too. I am so thankful Camden was able to meet her Great Granddaddy and that his spirit will live on in her. I always looked forward to our FaceTime calls, and Granddaddy would ask John where he was traveling to next for his work with Operation Smile. I am also so glad he was able to visit the warehouse at Operation Smile, and I remember his face beaming with excitement when he met my team members and found out they were military veterans as well. We love you to the moon Granddaddy!


Cynthia Jarnecke (Seeley) posted on 10/21/21

I will always remember going to see Uncle and Billy and Joyce when I visited my dad. When daddy was working at the lawn mower shop I would go sit and play with Aunt Joyce. We played Barbies and Simon. She always made sure I had a cookie before I left. In recent years I'd see her at a function and she always would tell me that I reminded her of my Grandma Seeley. The funny part of that is that she always said that I had her figure. I loved her outgoing and outspoken personality. Bless her family. ❤


Lorraine Schubert posted on 10/20/21

I have so many memories of Mr. Brown. He was such a wonderful and caring person. Always had a smile and gave off such a positive energy. My heart and prayers go out to his family.


Jennifer Heck Bacon posted on 10/20/21

I will never forget you Grandma Joyce....As young children will always remember running around yours and grandpa Heck’s yard. Mom always taken pictures of us there...She has so many pictures of us all together over the years. Dad always making comments about to many pictures. She always said never enough pictures. An though we all grew up, moved away and had grown distant over the years. You never, ever forgot my face. No matter how many years passed, you always knew me. The year we had just moved back to Va. we brought the girls to church that summer for camp. An it happened to be your church and as soon as you saw my daughters, your great granddaughters, Chelsey and Kendra. You saw me, your first granddaughter all over again...You knew they were my girls. I will never forget the hug you gave me that day. The minute you saw me, you kept saying, I knew those girls were yours from the minute I saw them. ❤️My great-granddaughters. Even though life has kept us apart, We will always love and miss you bunches Grandma Joyce...May you Rest In Peace❤️


Mark Beach posted on 10/20/21

Peggy I am so sorry to hear of Glenn’s passing. I had just sent a friend request and was so looking forward to speaking with him. I truly enjoyed your friendship over the years. If there is anything we can do just let me know.


Toni Sirles posted on 10/20/21

Glenn was a beautiful soul, and he touched the hearts of many; he will be greatly missed. May the memories be your comfort that will live in your heart forever! You and your loved ones will be in my thoughts and prayers.


Jimi Sirles posted on 10/20/21

I’m sorry for your loss


Lanny & Butch Freeland posted on 10/20/21

Lindsay, Rachael & Family. I am so sorry for the loss of a great person. We will all miss her very much. She loved her chickens & turkeys and going out to to feed them each day. She was a big part of my life after she married my Dad, Bill Stout. Joyce was up early every morning fixing him breakfast before heading to work and also cooking something good for dinner. After Dad became ill, Joyce took great care of him until the day he passed. You are now in Heaven with your parents, husbands, children and I'm sure they all welcomed you with open arms. Love to you always


Charlotte Sugg posted on 10/19/21

Dear Fran, so sorry for your loss. Jim was a wonderful man and always so enjoyable to be around. My thoughts and prayers to you and family. God Bless, Charlotte


Pat and Ken Thomas posted on 10/19/21

Peggy, our consolence to you and your family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.


Rachel Booker posted on 10/19/21

My sister that held my heart and took it with her but God willing we will meet again and this time it will be for ever.


Carol Tooley Hall posted on 10/18/21

My sincere sympathy to Jerry, Rachel and children. A family friend for many years. A great cook and always witty. May God bless!


Pam Broaders posted on 10/18/21

Peggy, please know you're in my thoughtsI'm so sorry to hear of Glenn's passing. I know your heart is p inain a,'ll be praying for strength now and in the days ahead. Sending a hug your way.


Rhonda Scott posted on 10/18/21

Glen was a wonderful person. Always joking & enjoying life. You will be sorely missed my friend ❤️ Spread your wings wide!


Shirley and Amanda Garrett posted on 10/18/21

Peggy, so sorry for your loss. I remember the many times we sat and chit chatted while the girls played. Lots of fond memories of those times. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. (Give Chelsea a hug from me)


George Codekas posted on 10/16/21

Deepest sympathy to Peggy and your familly. Knew Glenn for many years and he will be missed!


Tracy Lutke posted on 10/16/21

My condolences to the Wright family. Glenn was fun, kind and had a heart of gold. I appreciate how he shared Peggy with me during our work travel years. Fly high Glenn; you will be missed!!


Brandi posted on 10/16/21

The Clavel Family is so sorry for your loss. We love you! Sending prayers and love to you all!


Kellie Lyons posted on 10/16/21

Peggy, so sorry to hear about Glenn’s passing. Praying for strength and comfort for you and your family


Tracy Melton posted on 10/16/21

Peggy - hugs to you and yours during this difficult time.


Erika and Scott Daniel posted on 10/16/21

Much sympathy to family and friends. May you find comfort in the happy memories.


Erika and Scott Daniel posted on 10/16/21

Much sympathy to family and friends. May you find comfort in the many happy memories.


Karen Barclay Hughes posted on 10/16/21

Peggy, prayers for you and your family. So sorry for your loss. Know you are honoring him. Sending love and hugs.


Cindy Buckler posted on 10/16/21

I am so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and your family.


Jimmy slater posted on 10/16/21

To the Wright family and friends. Glen will really missed by everyone that knew him for many miles around. Always enjoyed him for many years at the machine shop in lanexa.


Kathleen Moses posted on 10/16/21

So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.


Tony Anderson posted on 10/15/21

What a great guy always fun to hang out with him and Peggy. I'm so sorry for the family's loss.


Tracy Gravatt posted on 10/15/21

My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family Peggy. Your Finet family is thinking of you and will continue to pray for you. Hearing you talk of Glenn and your life together you definitely have a beautiful life to celebrate. Love and miss you Peggy.


Michele Brenner posted on 10/15/21

We are deeply sorry for your families loss, he will be smiling down at you everyday , you will be in our prayers ❤️


Ron & Judy Williams posted on 10/15/21

So sorry for your loss, Glenn was a great guy and will be missed. You are in our thoughts.


Tom and Judy Harbin posted on 10/15/21

Glenn is soaring high but will forever be missed by those of us who have loved him for a lifetime. For all of the Wright’s: He was a favorite and loved all of you from the bottom of his heart. RIP dear Glenn.


Patti Motley posted on 10/15/21

Glenn was the sweetest man, a great brother-in-law, father, husband, brother and grandpa. God received a wonderful angel on that day. You will be missed Glenn and never forgotten. Peace be with you.


Marilyn Marinaccio posted on 10/15/21

We met in London in 1964 and had kept in touch h all these years. A dear friend indeed.


Marilyn Marinaccio posted on 10/15/21

Goodbye my dear friend.


Elma Vescovi posted on 10/15/21

Dear Stephanie and Kim, the Vescovi family is very saddened to hear about Hugh's passing. We know he and Selvi are together now, reminiscing about all the good times they had and perhaps drinking some good bourbon. We hope you're taking solace with all the good memories of your father. Warm regards, Elma Vescovi


Stephen D Harris-Williamsburg posted on 10/11/21

I met Tammy years back. I dealt with her on many occasions. She was always kind and considerate and helped me on so many things. I just found out today of her passing and it brought tears. She was a lovely person. I am sorry for her untimely passing and extend my best to her entire family


kaylee posted on 10/11/21

kenzie and i love and miss you everyday. thank you for being there for us when we needed you the most. you were such a wonderful person. it hurts me to think that you will never fulfill the promise of walking me down the isle when im older. “im living the life”


Eileen A. Engel posted on 10/9/21

I remember Kathleen every day as I look at photos from shows we did together. She will never be forgotten while I live.



Bob and Debbie Oettinger posted on 10/8/21

We will always miss Ted here as a very loving and humble man for Christ. ❤


Mary Jean Hurst posted on 10/7/21

Angeline, my heart was warmed to hear the beautiful obituary of your mother. I have family from Paducah, and I never realized that connection until I read this. I worked with your dad many years ago to help start up Housing Partnerships, a local nonprofit in town, and while I never knew your mom, it sounds like she was an amazing lady. Please accept my sincere sympathies. I work for Child Development Resources. You may have read that we are renovating the former Messmer Historic Triangle Community Resources Center, which as you know well was named after your dad. We are so proud to be carrying on the important work your folks established to help those in the community who need assistance. I would love to connect over coffee once your life settles back down. I know things must be difficult right now.


Sally Clark posted on 10/4/21

I met your Mom and Dad during some wonderful Utica Free Academy mini reunions. We called them Study Group Reunions that I attended with my husband Tom. I loved them both and will miss Judy’s Christmas notes


Elaine Stedelbauer posted on 10/3/21

Dear Suzanne, I'm so very sorry about the loss of your precious Logan. I've been praying for you, Robert, Alyson and Luke... May our Heavenly Father hold you all so close as He meets your needs and wraps you with His peace through these days, always and forever. Our heartfelt condolences, Elaine, Mark, Kate & Luke Stedelbauer (from our kids WCA days)


Jonathan A.Bergen posted on 10/3/21

Rest in peace cousin Ted.


Jonathan A.Bergen posted on 10/3/21

I am very taken back by Ted's passing, was the farthest thought in my mind, as being a first cousin, my mother was his father's eldest sister, Ted was a guy that you couldn't keep up with, sportsman, Artist,


Paula Medina posted on 10/2/21

My love and prayers to the family. What a remarkable woman who lived a life worth celebrating in bright colors.❤


Mary Lou Linnekin posted on 10/1/21

Martha will be greatly missed by many of us. I will always remember her sweet smile and her beautiful heart. She will be missed but never forgotten!


Brian and Amy Jensen posted on 10/1/21

We just heard the sad news of Martha’s passing. Her wonderful smile and love for life will always serve as an inspiration and example for how we should live our lives. Peace be with Dean and the entire family. We are here if you need anything. God Bless.


Meredith Weberg posted on 10/1/21

I’m so glad I got to meet both of your parents. They truly left a legacy of amazing people.



Yolanda Gallego posted on 9/30/21

Your Mom - What a beautiful life & incredible person! - Thanks for sharing … ❤️ Love, Yoli & Roy



Ken Landis posted on 9/26/21

Too many memories from over 60 years... Rest now dear friend...



Sharon, now I know where you received your kind soul from...Your Mother! I hope you find comfort in knowing my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Think of all the simple wonderful times you spent with your Mom and the funny things she did. Laughter is better for the soul. Keep your self well


Joyce Behlendorf posted on 9/25/21

I will miss Tex's joy when he would try to cleverly identify us when he called! Jack and Tex shared many theological discussions. Jack needed someone who cared.



Joyce Behlendorf posted on 9/25/21

May our Lord give you, Ann, and your family love, peace and comfort at this difficult time. We have spent many hours together in these our most recent 20 years.


LRC posted on 9/24/21

Hearts ache at your family’s great loss. Whether at church or at the restaurant, we were always blessed by Logan’s smile! So grateful for the hope of Jesus Christ that his life reflected…and the loving memories of him that will continue in the lives of others his life touched.


Priscillla Koski Soukas posted on 9/24/21

Heartfelt sympathy to "Dickie's" family. He and I were part of a large group of friends -incuding Liz (Brown) and Gil Carley)-in Medford, Mass., class of 1958. We went to the junior or Sophomore Prom together. I remember going to his house to watch "Howdy Doody". His family had one of the first TVs , and all us teenagers were thrilled to see anything on it. Dickie went to New York City with our church youth group. Our visit was about a week, and I remember laughing a lot. Dick was such a nice young fellow, even then,and all of us liked him. He obviously made his life count and impacted the world around him. God bless you all.


Lisa Carroll Coleman posted on 9/24/21

Mrs. Jean, Robert and family - please know my thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.


Nancy Sindy posted on 9/24/21

Dear Suzanne, Robert, Alyson, and Luke, There are no words to erase the pain you are feeling. Thank you for allowing me to be a part of Logan’s life as his Second Grade teacher. I will always remember his smile and twinkling brown eyes. That child played hard and prayed hard! Sending love and wishing your family peace in this time of suffering.


Kitty & Steven Sorano posted on 9/24/21

Suzanne & Robert, I'm so sorry to hear about your son, my heart goes out to you and the family... That was such a beautiful write up to tell about him & the story of his life,.. he was a wonderful young man. I hope God will help you in finding peace during this time.


The Thomas Family posted on 9/24/21

To The Anderson Family, We are so saddened by your loss. You have provided so much strength during difficult times to our family and our hearts are breaking now for yours. You are in our prayers. Ivan, Jennifer, Chris, Taylor and Jordan Thomas


Paul posted on 9/24/21

My deepest condolences for Logans family. I only knew Logan for a short time. He and my cousin David worked together. He would come by for family get togethers and sporadically with Dave. What a great kid. Always smiling. He was great with our baby cousins. Him and Dave are little Archers heroes (he loves heavy equipment) so anytime he saw the two of them, he wanted to see the skid steer or excavator lol Logan was great with them. Such a shame to lose one of the good ones. Billy Joel was right "Only the good die young". Im sure Dave would agree that heaven gained a valuable piece of manpower when you left. I would say "rest easy Logan", but he never struck me as the type that liked to rest. So instead I'll just say, farewell my dude


Tonya and Kay Edmundson posted on 9/23/21

To the Anderson family with my greatest condolences of your loss of your brother and your son love you all I will be praying for you


The Coombe Family posted on 9/23/21

Our deepest condolences to the Anderson family.


Mayda &Richie Vedilago posted on 9/23/21

My deepest condolences to you and your family in such difficult time. Receive a hug and our love



Keith posted on 9/23/21

Your INSTE group, extended family, are with you in prayer. Ecclesiastes 3, we are mourning with you.


Sal Graziano posted on 9/23/21

As close as a brother. Go with God . Until we meet again.


Mr. Dave & Mrs Ginny Kunz TMP posted on 9/23/21

Alyson, we are very sorry to hear of the death of your brother, Logan. We will keep Logan, you, and your family in our prayers. God bless you.


Maryanne Milazzo Richards posted on 9/23/21

I am heartbroken. Ted is the brother I never had. Many wonderful (and funny) cousin memories. He gave me my first bible and baptized me. I am thinking of all of you.


Ricky and Irene Poon posted on 9/23/21

We thank God for a live well lived and the eternal life Ted has and us enjoying in and with Christ Jesus.


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Jaime Mendez posted on 9/23/21

I am so sorry for your loss. Take comfort in that he's resting in the loving arms of Jesus.


Augie Semple posted on 9/23/21

Our hearts are broken at the news of Ted's passing. We know that he is with the Lord. Even though we have not had any contact with Ted in many years, he was deeply loved by our family. For our honeymoon in 1986, Ted gave us a week at his wonderful Cape Cod getaway. I played softball with Ted and Susie and I remember fondly the time spent with Ted and Linda when we lived in North Brunswick in the early 1990s. For many years he hosted a great family picnic on 4th of July at his home in East Brunswick. We will miss him dearly -- Augie & Susie Semple


Sharon L DelValley posted on 9/23/21

I lost another one of my Boys! Prayers to the family


Kim, Carol, and Olivia Cormany posted on 9/23/21

We are so very sorry to hear about the loss of Logan. You are in our thoughts but especially our prayers.


Angela Howard posted on 9/23/21

To Jean and the entire family - my heart is broken for you and I pray God will bring you comfort at this sad time. (From Angie, daughter of Doris Carroll)


Lou & Nancy Sanabria posted on 9/22/21

Viki, our deepest condolences to you and your families. We enjoyed the fellowship with you and Ted very much. Prayers to you for comfort and strength. God is faithful.


Carl Sparano posted on 9/22/21

I knew Ted many years ago. I am friendly with his brother Al. My sincere condolences to his family and to my friend Al and his family. Remember Freddy.. "To Live in the Hearts of Those You Leave Behind is to Never Die" May he rest in peace.


Mandy Zimmerman posted on 9/22/21

Uncle Don also had a brother in law that he was preceeded in death, Ben Bunger, husband of sister Pat Bunger. Their 3 children Jo Ann Harrison, Ben Bunger, Mandy Zimmerman. The first time Uncle Don saw the ocean was when his sister. Pat and her husband Ben took him. They also attended his Air Force graduation and had many memories with him!!


Cynthia Nicole Barreiro posted on 9/22/21

My deepest condolences to Mike, Vicki, and his family. He was an amazing person and it was a great pleasure to have gotten the chance to know him. He will be missed. My he rest in peace.


Don and Cindy Bucchi posted on 9/22/21

We never new Ted but are close with his brother Al. Our condolences to the family.


Libby Hugate posted on 9/22/21

Dearest Suzanne, My heart is breaking for you and your family. I don’t have any words that can ease your pain but please find comfort in knowing that our family is sending our prayers and love to you.


Denise Deal posted on 9/22/21

To the Anderson family, I’m so deeply sorry for your loss. Logan was always a welcomed young man in our home. As part of “the friends” group, I really enjoyed our conversations about church, the Bible, and the ways of the current world, while some of the other kiddos continued to chat and giggle around us. His too soon departure has really affected these kids, and he will be greatly missed. I pray the pain you are going through will be relieved some, by knowing he was a very kind, respectable, young man, always thinking of others. You raised him right! May God wrap His arms around you, and provide you some peace, and some smiles with the memories.


Suzanne Maggio posted on 9/22/21

Dear Suzanne, Robert, Alyson and Luke, I am sending my deepest condolences to you all as you mourn the loss of your son and brother. Logan was such a bright light, always helping, always smiling. Getting to know him as a volunteer at New2you was a blessing and I always looked forward to those monthly pickups with him. He was a hard worker, charming and funny. I am heartbroken for your family but I also know that he is with his Savior and we will see him again. May the memories sustain you all as you navigate this earthly life without his physical presence. Lord, be gracious to us. Be our strength every morning. Isaiah 33:2


Shelly Polansky posted on 9/22/21

Dear Anderson Family, We are very sorry for the loss of your beautiful son. The Polansky Family - Matthew, Shelly, Peter (WCA Kindergarten classmate) and Abigail.


Jennifer Sellers posted on 9/22/21

Robert and Jean and the entire Anderson Family- So sorry for your loss. Prayers for your comfort and peace.


Bruce Flannery posted on 9/22/21

I enjoy my afternoons at the Little Egg Harbor American Legion with Ed. Today I am visiting him at Arlington National Cemetery.


Penny Sain posted on 9/22/21

Our deepest sympathy to you Vicki and your family! May God give you His peace and His comfot during this very difficult time of loss. John and Penny Sain


Michael Pino posted on 9/22/21

Love you always Dad.



Michelle Brown posted on 9/22/21

God bless you may you rest in heavenly peace.


Angie Reynolds Crumbley posted on 9/22/21

Condolences to Logan's family and many friends from Florence, Al


Angie Reynolds Crumbley posted on 9/22/21

I didn't know Logan, but he was loved as a good friend and will be missed greatly by my niece, Arianna Reynolds. Condolences to his family and many friends from Florence, Al. Angie Reynolds Crumbley


Arianna Reynolds posted on 9/22/21

Logan always had a smile on his face. He made such a huge impact on me- he challenged me to be more brave and live life with no regrets. I’ll never forget the memories we made. I pray you all find peace in knowing that even people who only had a single conversation with Logan knew his character and absolutely loved him. He was one of the good ones, and I guess they always take the good ones too soon.


Jennifer Wright Metcalf posted on 9/22/21

I pray that this article on Grief will bring comfort and peace to the entire family. My thoughts and prayers will be continual with you and for you.


Natalie Conway posted on 9/22/21

Taken too soon. Logan will be deeply missed. His kindness, smile, humor and passion will be remembered every day, but especially when the gang of friends gather at the mountain house or Nancy's tiki hut or Peter's new abode. It is those times that the void where he should be will fill the room. I know that group of friends will always remember and honor his zest for fitness, philosophic contemplation, kindness and humor. Our hearts go out to Luke, Alyson Mom & Dad


Joby posted on 9/22/21

Don was a good man, a sweet man, he had a lot of tolerance especially for me and Boris. My favorite memory, other than how he taught me how to cook spaghetti was when we went down to the William & Mary Bike sale. He was going to get the best deal he could. Before that I just thought he was sweet on Doris, but that day he showed me had an agenda, and I guess that’s what impresses me. He was a good man, and a man in every sense of the word


Joby posted on 9/22/21

A good man


Penny and John Sain posted on 9/22/21

Our deepest sympathy and our love to you and your family. May God give you His peace and His comfort during this difficult time of loss.


Jan Finn-Duffy posted on 9/22/21

My dear friend. You will be missed in these interim years, till we meet again in Glory.


Connie White posted on 9/21/21

My heart heart breaks for each of you, and I pray that God’s comforting grace will sustain you now and forever.


Connie White posted on 9/21/21

I am heartbroken for all of you and am praying that God’s comforting grace will sustain you now and forever.


Linda and Richard Christina posted on 9/21/21

Our hearts are broken. We now know the Lord takes the best Rest In Peace Ted


Dannewitz Family posted on 9/21/21

We are truly heartbroken for your loss; a life so full and bright has been taken from you too soon. When we remember Logan, we are reminded of his spirit, his kindness, and his laughter. You are wonderful parents, brother, and sister making Logan’s days bright and happy. He was loved and cherished by so many. We send you our love and want you to know that you are ever present in our thoughts and prayers. You are not alone as you walk through this sorrow for He walks with you and comforts you in this time of grief and sadness. Helen, Dewey, and Bryson


Staci & Carter Lanier posted on 9/21/21

Sending love and prayers to all. May God give you strength during this time.



Kyle posted on 9/21/21

Fly High my Friend


Leslie Coe posted on 9/21/21

Suzanne and family, sending prayers for all.


Gauntlet Russ Gibbons posted on 9/21/21

Logan, in a short time you touched the lives of a great Fraternity. Williamsburg Loyal Order of Moose and Moose Riders 757, 1755 we were honored to have you join us and work in the ways you had passion for, doing good for others in need. Sgt at Arms for the riders steeping up for responsibility with your fellow riders. It was my honor to know you and recognize you as my Brother. Fraternally, Gauntlet, Road Captain


The Gibsons Andrea, Blake and Will posted on 9/21/21

Sending much love to all of you upon this heartbreaking news. Logan will be truly missed by so many…but as Christian brothers and sisters we will see him again on the other side.


Bonny Basilone posted on 9/21/21

Sharon, it was wonderful to see you today I only wish it had been under different circumstances. It was a beautiful service and I'm sure your Mom would have been so proud of all of you. Seth is such a handsome young man, so articulate and sweet. It was a pleasure to meet Andy and see what a great man God found for you all. Your tribute was the one that brought tears to my eyes. I could see the loving person Jackie was in everything you said. We had such wonderful times together, her sense of humor and love of a fun time was contagious. She made my work life much more bearable and was a tremendous support to me. I loved her dearly and will always miss her. God bless you and bring you peace and comfort during this time of loss. No one in this world could have been a better daughter than you were to Jackie.


JAMES ROSS posted on 9/21/21

To the family: We are saddened to hear of the passing of Jesse. We last saw Jessie a few months ago during the memorial day observance in Williamsburg and had the opportunity and pleasure to talk to him and catch-up. Heaven has received another Angel. We pray God will comfort each of you. RIP Friend!!!! Jim and Beverly Ross, West Point


Terr Rutherford & Family posted on 9/21/21

Doris and family we are sending you lots of love and Prayers! I have a image of Don and mama walking thru them Pearly Gates hand in hand! We are here for you if we can help in any way! Love you bunches!!


Tricia Dunay posted on 9/20/21

Dear Doris I am so sad for you and your family. I pray your happy memories will help erase the sorrow. My deepest sympathies. Tricia Dunay


Tony Guieb posted on 9/20/21

Cyndi was my manager at the ODU Bookstore in my last two years of college. She was always positive and never shied from kidding around. Many years of lost contact and I am just now seeing this. She is truly missed!


patti gray posted on 9/20/21

What an impressive, generous, and joyous life. I am sorry I did not know your Dad, Crisse, it sounds like he lived a life much to be admired, and you all must miss him every day.


Heather Daougherty-Osborne posted on 9/20/21

I am so sorry to hear of Martha's passing. I am.a former employee of hers . I worked for her and Dean at Molly Maids of Williamsburg Va in 1999. She was such a sweetheart who always had a big smile and laugh. My prayers for Dean and her family .



Dianna Fretwell posted on 9/20/21

Don was a true gentleman, kind with a great sense a humor, he was always positive and will be miss. Doris and Don had true love that will always last forever, my deepest condolence . I will always keep a pray in my heart.


Barbara Clay posted on 9/20/21

Always So Kind. Rest easy now Classmate


Sherry Barbour posted on 9/19/21

Uncle Don also had a sister Delores Ember. He had 3 necessary Sherry Barbour, Robin Swope and Suzanne Keefer and a nephew Frank Ember. He was a regular at the house.


Sherry Barbour posted on 9/19/21

He also had a sister Delores Ember deceased and 3 necessary Sherry, Suzanne and Robin and a nephew Frank.


Carolyn C Pritchard posted on 9/19/21

Your mother's kindness was contagious and her memory will live on forever. Jackie will be dearly missed.


Nan Polas posted on 9/19/21

Don was the ultimate host and friend. We enjoyed his company and his sense of humor. His cooking skills were superb. Don & Doris were the perfect team. Rest in Peace my friend.


Joanne Ross posted on 9/19/21

I'll always remember Don as the ultimate nice guy


JoLynne Martin posted on 9/19/21

My deepest sympathy my love and prayers to the family



Beverly Darlington Edwards posted on 9/18/21

I love Jesse Mathias and Belinda Mathias an amazing awesome couple always soul mates ❤


Sherrie Carroll posted on 9/18/21

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.. we will certainly miss Dicks wonderful smile and laughter at our happy hours in the garden.. wonderful memories that we will be able to share with Sande and Cami


Mark and Pam Jackowski posted on 9/18/21

Belinda and family, We are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. Much love Mark, Pam, Bradley, and Nicole Jackowski


David K Skinner posted on 9/18/21

Belinda and family, I am so sorry for the loss of Jessie. I have known the two of you since you moved to West Point, 40 some odd years ago. Jessie and I became friends when you were living in the apartments next to my parents house. We used to fish and work on cars together. We stayed friends over the years even though we didn't get together like we should. I know one thing about him though, he loved you, your kids and grandkids so very much! Always showing me pictures of them while he was at work. Take care Belinda, you are in my thoughts and prayers. David



Diana Lizer posted on 9/18/21

So sorry


Nancy Sirbaugh posted on 9/18/21

Belinda and family, so sorry for your loss, for you at this sad time. .I'll be thinking of you all .


Richard Agans posted on 9/14/21

Our deepest sympathy to the family. I have fond memories of our working with National Airlines, Pan Am and Delta. He was a great friend, positive attitude and supportive. Gene will be deeply missed by many of his airline buddies.



Bonnie Bufano posted on 9/14/21

He was a nice man, always smiling. Very pleasant to talk to. I have never seen him get mad. He will be missed. My prayers goes out to his family.


Jim & Catherine Olive posted on 9/13/21

Our deepest sympathy to Sally and all of their families. For 45 years we have been friends and had wonder times together. Lots of fond memories. Tom was a dear friend and our lives were richer because he was in them.


Lisa Wolfe posted on 9/13/21

Mr Ownby was a wonderful, kind and gentle man. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.


Danielle Kauffman posted on 9/13/21

I have many fond memories of Gene, especially when we worked at Washington National Airport (DCA) during the Pan American Airline years. He was one of the most friendly and recognized faces who most often greeted the passengers departing at the Pan Am gates. He was my coworker and became such a good friend to me and many others over the years, right into his retirement. We had fun working hard together but it was really a joy to see him in action as he enjoyed his job with people. He had a natural charm, always a gentleman, compassionate, reliable as he daily greeted and boarded the general public, notable journalists, business people, celebrities, politicians, and all the flight crew and airline staff. He treated everyone with kindness and had a special gift in talking to anyone. His favorite place at the airport was the gates and he did his best work there. You were happy to be working next to him and many regular business, government, news or airline folks would come by to see him, maybe sharing a sports tip or seeking some kind of advice or assistance. He was my friend and hero who helped me get my feet back on the ground after Pan Am folded. We had the best time driving from the West Coast to Virginia with a stop to see his neck of the woods in Tennessee and my first visit to see the Smoky Mountains. Most importantly, I saw that he was a devoted Father for both his son, David and daughter, Lisa. We kept in touch over the years and I saw him as a happy and proud Father when Lisa married Matt and a real proud Grandpa talking about each of his grandchildren's achievements. He loved his family and his Tennessee roots. It was always great to just pick up the phone and catch up or just shoot the breeze. I was lucky to have had one last afternoon to hold his hand and talk with him and his family. I miss my dear friend, and I know he is missed by all that knew him. My deepest condolences to Gene's family.


Trish Tipton Fogarty posted on 9/13/21

Deepest condolences to your family and friends. You were a very special man who impacted many in such positive ways. You will be greatly missed by all who knew you.


E Chadwick posted on 9/12/21

I was a first cousin once removed. She was an inspiration, on many levels, as was Robert, her brother. I wish I had known them both a lot better. But, they were a credit to the family.


Elizabeth Munsey posted on 9/11/21

There are so many wonderful memories of Gene that I will aleayd cherish. As my brother- in-law you have been in my life for over 60 years. You and Margaret, Dick and me and our children had so many fun times over the years. I will aleays remembef our last conversstion. You were so happy and ready to join all of your family and friends who have gone on before you. You will certainly be missed here.


Basil Guffey Jr posted on 9/10/21

RIP Mr Steffey great teacher of history st Shelburne Junior High late 60s and a great sandwich maker on Spring Hill Rd and Greenville Ave Go Rest High on the Mountain your work is done thanks Mr Steffey for your knowledge


Peter Williams posted on 9/10/21

I remember Rob (Bob) as my Dad’s younger brother. Over the years we met here and there. I always remember Rob as a cheerful, intelligent, gentle person with a twinkle in his eye. He was very lucky to find another love (Susan). A few years ago, when I was involved in my wife’s (Eda) family reunion in Williamsburg / Jamestown I stopped by for a dinner date with Rob. I remember chatting about family history and that he had done a lot of research. After dinner I loaded boxes of his genealogical research into my station wagon for a trip back to the Midwest. Rob wanted brother Nick to have the documents and wanted to ensure they were safely delivered to him for his family genealogy research project. Little did we know, at the time we would find 6 Mayflower ancestors and 34 Revolutionary War Patriots in our ancestral line. (Some of which were from the Williams side and others from my maternal line. We will all miss him. Love to all our Eastern Willams family and my sincere condolences for your great loss. Peter Williams


Peter Williams posted on 9/10/21

I remember Rob, (Bob) as a gentle, intelligent uncle who always had a twinkle in his eye. We knew him as Rob. Most recently I visited him when he was in Williamsburg and we had dinner together. I was in town for my past wife’s (Eda) family reunion. Our short visit ended when he gave me multiple boxes of genealogical research for brother Nick to be transported back to Wisconsin. We had a very nice, but all too short visit. Rob was very lucky to find another wonderful gal, Susan. With much love to all of the Eastern Williams family…


Laura Rooney posted on 9/9/21

I send much love to Paige, Geoff and Quimby, with wonderful memories especially of the summer of 1972 when I visited you in Longmeadow. Susan, Rob was a lucky man to find love again in his life; I know you gave him so much. Love to you all, and I hope we can connect in the days to come, your cousin Laura (Gibbs Rooney)


Cherry Brown posted on 9/9/21

Dave was a special man. A kind and caring man. And a surprising one. He made a difference in this world and leaves many fond memories to be cherished by the friends who spent time with him.


Jo Anna Price Hoppe posted on 9/9/21

I call myself his friend. Jo Anna Price Hoppe


Ray Anderson posted on 9/9/21

Peggy and I extend our condolences to Sally and the Rossiter family. We have some very fond memories of many good times we had together in Wildwood Crest and Virginia Beach. May he rest in peace.



Diane Fields posted on 9/8/21

Nina Mae Carter was my aunt. Her sister -my mom- was the total opposite of her. I always felt connected with my Aunt Nina because she was a free spirit i believe. She was always active and spoke up when things were not right. My mother used to call me Nina by mistake on many discussions and i am proud to say i loved it! Nina was amazing.


Maureen (Mo) McCarthy posted on 9/5/21

Margaret and I worked together at ATSC. She was a kind, gracious, funny, knowledgeable, and gracious person. I loved to hear her stories about growing up in the country with her big family. She loved you girls so much and was always bragging about you. Thoughts and prayers to Brian, Missey, and Kim as well as her siblings.


Linde Hughes posted on 9/5/21

Our family will never forget your morning walks and the way you loved our dog Black Jack. You were such a wonderful person and will be so missed.


William Patterson posted on 9/5/21

Did'nt know you but sorry for your passing.You served our country and I am proud of that fact.Thank you for your service,Sir.


Audrea Fauntleroy posted on 9/4/21

Memory of Margaret Oliver



Melody Liberatore posted on 9/4/21

What a wonderful, wonderful neighbor! Rest in peace, dear friend!


Tom Gooding posted on 9/3/21

It is with a heavy heart to learn of Margaret (Stormy)'s passing! She was a wonderful caring person. I will keep Kim and Missy in my thoughts and prayers.


David Sutton posted on 9/2/21

Dear Rebecca and Linda, I have just been apprised of your Father's death and wanted to let you both know I'm thinking of you with love and affection.


David Sutton posted on 9/2/21

Dear Rebecca and Linda, I have just been made aware of your Father's death and wanted to let you both know I'm thinking of you with much love and affection.


Carol Snyder posted on 9/2/21

Margaret and I met in 1964 when my husband was at Ft. Euctis. I got a job at the Colonial Store in Williamsburg and that is where I meet her and we became instant friends. We kept in touch for many years, last time is when she came to Ft. Lauderdale to visit me, we moved here in 1977 from Pittsburgh. She has been in my heart for a long time. She was a very special person in many ways; compassionate, loving, fun, understanding; great mother.


Carol Snyder posted on 9/2/21

Margaret Oliver was a very special friend for many years.


Bill Thatcher posted on 9/2/21

Cathy: Just learned this morning of Adrian's passing, and, what a shock. I knew that your home here in Arlington appeared to be vacant, and I surmised that something was amiss. Please let me hear from you. 703-533-1452 or by e-mail. I remember fondly our days at GHI/Blue Cross/Blue Shield, in D. C., and meeting Adrian in the 60's. Will keep you in my prayers.



Arlys Cecconi posted on 9/2/21

Dear Richard: I’m happy for you that you are out of pain. I’ll remember our time at The Workshop when you would come to my office for a chat, with much fondness. Rest well in heavenly paradise.


Donna Tenace posted on 9/1/21

Carol was the wife of my cousin Dave. She was an eloquent woman whom I took advice from many times. She was Very bright, and warm-hearted , with a wonderful laugh. I loved being in her company, cherishing the moments we spent together, and always felt like she was an older sister of mine. I loved her and miss her deeply.


Sidney Jackson posted on 9/1/21

I learned of Maestro Carroll as a young child learning to play the fife and seeing his name printed in the CWF's red book "Volume I, Quick Marches" attributing credit to his arrangements and drum scores to 18th century aires. Then as a fifer ten years later in Company I, 26th Regt. NCST, I met the Maestro in 1988 while attending the "School of Music" at Old Fort Jackson, Savannah, GA. It was like meeting a classical composer of the nature following Mozart, Bach, or Beethoven. The love of the music, the dedication to helping one improve their individual musicianship through instruction and the grading of the IAFM performance levels of difficulty. The kind patience of a devoted teacher to the pupil learning the long roll and combining the rudiments into music. If you were ever fortunate enough to perform with and experience the flawless beatings and crispness in execution of every tap, stroke, flam, and roll of the drum performed in the hands of a master, that was George P. Carroll. Always the instructor, the disciplinarian, the leader. He called me back to teach fife that next year and for many years we worked together in promoting the unique and shared connection to history via the music we lived and breathed into every seminar and young musician. My condolences to Cathy, Nathan (whom he spoke of very affectionately), surviving grandchildren and all touched in his passing. "Fife's up! Fife's ready!"


Jill Pyles posted on 8/30/21

God bless and be with you. She was a sweet neighbor and always a delightful person to walk and talk with. She gave dollar bills to the kids on Halloween. She shared the "jonquils" from her yard , which I learned meant daffodils:) She was a treasure. Rest in peace.


Ray and Carolyn Barnes posted on 8/29/21

We are good friends with Dave and Carol. Dave and I both worked for Sporlan Valve and have attended many company functions with them. We have also spent time at each others homes and vacationed with them and family members. Dave and Carol were always the perfect host and always tried to make everyone around them feel special and happy.We have missed seeing them the last few years due to Carol's health condition. Even though her will to live was very strong we knew this was right around the corner but it still makes us sad even though we know she is with the Lord. Our hearts and prayers go out to Dave and their Families.


Kim Brown posted on 8/29/21

In this time of great loss, I offer my deepest condolences to Don’s family and loved ones. May God hold you in His hands and enfold you in His love to give you comfort, peace, and healing from your grief. Don was a force of nature - full of energy, unstoppable and and unforgettable. His smile, twinkling eyes and laughter lit up every room he entered. No one was a stranger to Don and he had the gift of turning darkness into light with his compassion and enthusiasm. We will continue to celebrate the life of Don and share our happy memories to keep him alive in our hearts and in our minds.


Don Jones posted on 8/28/21

My condolences to Mrs. Adams and the entire Adams Family. May Mr. Adams Rest In Peace


Rhonda Rinehimer posted on 8/28/21

My condolences to the Adams family.


Conrad Adams posted on 8/28/21

We miss you, uncle Byron.


Susan Adams posted on 8/28/21

My uncle Byron always had a twinkle in his eye and a smile at the ready. I will remember him fondly. My condolences to his family.



A. L. Snapp posted on 8/28/21

She really made you feel special. I miss her so much!


Gerry and Betty Waters posted on 8/27/21

We enjoyed fishing in the pond on our last visit to VA. We loved seeing both of you.. Praying for the family in these difficult times.


Dorothy Kuszmaul posted on 8/26/21

So very sorry for your loss ,deepest sympathy. Richard was my classmate we had several classes together, he attended our last class reunion and we sat at the same table, and talked about our good times in school. God bless.


David Beckwith posted on 8/26/21

I worked with Don for some 10 years. He was pivotal to a huge array of successes between the US Joint Forces, and NATO and its Partners. Don’s friendly and generous character was matched by his immense energy, professionalism and drive. He was an inspiration to all who had the privilege to work alongside him. His family and friends, to whom I send my sincere condolences, should be very proud of him. Farewell Don.


John 'Box" Elder posted on 8/26/21

Don and I first met over 15 years ago and worked together on and off over those years as JFCOM and the Joint Staff here in the Norfolk area evolved. From the beginning Don was more than a work mate and always a friend. He will be missed. My sincere sympathies and prayers go out to your family.


Craig & Jane Flood posted on 8/26/21

He set a very fine example to follow. Don was a pleasure to work with. I will remember him for his kindness and friendship and professionalism. Craig


Kristin Jacobsen posted on 8/26/21

I had the pleasure of working with Don at J7. His warmth and kindness will always be remembered. Don's impact in the world, professionally and personally, is without measure.


Mirek posted on 8/26/21

My sincere condolences. R.I.P


LTC Peter E. Westenkirchner, DEU Army, MSc Ed posted on 8/26/21

I sincerely regret Don's passing away as a good friend of mine and dedicated promoter of multinational activity. This comes very surprisingly and I very much hope that Don's family and loved ones are taken care of. In loving memory of a friend and brother in arms.


Robert Wereszko, Captain (Ret.), Polish Navy, Polish LNO 2011-2014 posted on 8/26/21

Dorota and I send deepest condolences do Don's family and join multinational military family in mourning. Don was a fine Marine Officer, a great Man, and a true Friend who will be missed so much, by so many all over the World. The Leader, who led by an example of his passion and dedication to work and people. Apart of work achievements I personally will keep deep in my heart the memories of meeting and travelling together, when he proudly showed his first tank in Danville Tank Museum and shared tank battalion commander's stories, talks about everything and nothing at various Craker Barrel restaurants and gorgeous atmosphere of his family home full of friends and multinational families during remarkable Kentucky Derby parties. We will keep You in our prayers. Rest in Peace Don, my dear Multinational Brother in Arms, hope we will meet again, but not yet, not yet…


Betsy Rowe posted on 8/26/21

Thinking of Susie and family and sending my sincere sympathy on Charlie’s passing. Love and prayers to all.


Linda Bradley posted on 8/25/21

Crystal was a sweet, loving person who cared deeply for others, especially for children and animals. Her sense of humor was always present and she could make you laugh. A hole will be left in the hearts of those that loved her but she still will always be a part of us and will never be forgotten.


Anne & Harvey L Price posted on 8/25/21

So sorry for your loss, she was always so kind and a good friend. Enjoyed the time we shared together. May the Lord continue to bless your family.



PH/Cowboy posted on 8/25/21

Crystal was the most amazing, kind, warm, and loving human being I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. A true angel on earth and I am truely a better person having had her in my life. Crystal you will be forever missed and always loved by me and cowboy. Till we meet again RIP.



Charlie, Lacy and children posted on 8/25/21

The bradleys/jennings family will deeply miss our sister and aunt. We love you Crystal forevermore.


Rainer Kuosmanen posted on 8/25/21

My deepest condolences to Don’s loved ones. I had a priviledge to work with Don during my time as a finnsih FLO in his Division. Don was truly a great person with hard passion to his duties and at the same time he was a caring leader. As a foreign officer you couldn’t get a better boss. Sir Don, you will be missed and your leadership legacy will stay.


Riku Suikkanen posted on 8/25/21

Our deepest condolences to Don Morse’s family. For the foreign liaison officer, and the whole family, Don gave his face to friendship and kindness we got in the USA. We will always remember his smile and warm and encouraging words. Rest in peace Don. Riku, Virva-Maria, Aava and Pihla from Finland


Rudi Waldner posted on 8/25/21

With great sadness and deeply touched we took note of the unexpected passing of Don. He was a remarkable man and officer and a true gentleman who will be missed by many friends and colleagues around the globe. We greatly appreciated his character and spirit, which made a lasting impression on everyone he met and worked with. It was a great privilege to meet him. We express our deepest sympathies to the family, friends and colleagues. Don, we will sorely miss You. (The Austrian MCDC-Community)


Mike Janes posted on 8/25/21

Don was a great man, a Marine, a Leader, a Father, a Brother, a Friend, and a Confidant. He loved his children dearly, and would speak proudly of all four of them often in our discussions through the years. It was an honor to know and work with such a stellar human being, who inspired everyone he came into contact with to do better for themselves and others. Don always put others before himself, and he did it without complaint regardless of the many long hours, and days spent to improve upon all he was responsible for. Don no longer has to carry that burden, and he can rest easy knowing he did everything he could to make the lives of so many that much better while he was here. Don, may God keep and hold your family in the palm of his hand to help carry them through this most difficult time in their lives. God Bless Don's family and friends across this shining world we live in, and please help them to move forward in their lives knowing he would want nothing less for them. I will miss you Brother! Sincerely, Mike and Barbara Janes


JoAnne Alley posted on 8/25/21

Having met his wife. My sympathy to this family


Jim Hill (UK) posted on 8/24/21

A true gentleman and friend to many across the globe. His loss will leave a hole in the lives of all that have had the privilege of calling him friend. My condolences to all of his family and loved ones at this most difficult time.


Jim Hill posted on 8/24/21

A true gentleman who will be greatly missed by his many friends from across the globe. A real pleasure to have known and work with him.


B.Gen.(R): Yousef Shawabkeh Royal Jordanian Air Force posted on 8/24/21

Dear family and friends of Don, I am at a loss for words during this sorrowful time, my heart is with you in your time of sorrow. Can’t forget how he stand with me and his great support for me and my family. "Don" will be greatly missed but his warmth, kindness, and gentle spirit will be remembered forever. My deepest condolences to his family and friends. May his Soul Rest In Peace.


Hunter Gardner posted on 8/24/21

Mr. Morse’s son is my best friend, I spent countless hours after church, and on weekends hanging out with them. Mr. Morse was the kindest man and always welcomed me and the others to his home with open arms. He loved to play board games with all of us, rail raiders particularly. He will be deeply missed.


Caitlin DeGraffenreidt posted on 8/24/21

Don had an amzing and giving personality. He wore a smile and always had nice things to say to anyone that he encountered. Don you will be missed! Thank you fo making the JS J7 and all those that had the privilege of meeting you.


Jason Hines posted on 8/24/21

Words cannot express the depth of my sorry at Don’s death. Even though I only worked with him this past year, he was a truly remarkable man. He had the rare ability to make you feel as if you had been friends for years even if you had just met for the first time. He is very sorely missed. My deepest condolences go to Don’s family and his family in APFDD.


David Monroe posted on 8/24/21

I graduated with Col. Morse at Shelby County High School in 1980. We were pretty good friends since first meeting at Shelby County Upper Elementary in the sixth grade. Until learning of his passing today, I was not aware of his seemingly prestigious career in the USMC. I, also a veteran USArmy SSG, would like to thank Don's family for not only his, but their service to our country. Rest in Peace Sir, and God Bless.


Grant Goodrich posted on 8/24/21

Dear family and friends of Don, and fellow Marines, we lost a leader, mentor, and good friend with Don’s passing. Don was my CO at 2nd FAST in Yorktown, and I was one of his XO’s. Many of us just received the news today, and are still stunned. I will always be grateful for his support as I pursued a scholarship that took me to language school and overseas - it hurt my ‘career’ but changed my life. I saw Don last year for a virtual toast to the Marine Corps’ birthday- we laughed, told stories about our younger years, and raised a glass to the departed. You will be missed Don, but not forgotten. Semper Fi, Marine


Mary Louise Becker Pettit posted on 8/23/21

I am so sorry. Your Mom was always so, interested, involved, and caring when there were things going on with others. Her cards, food, presence, etc were always so appreciated. In later years, especially so with occasions for Mom (Aunt Louise). She would come to Lexington Court to be a supportive presence. Wishing you the blessings of comfort and peace.


Ian and Fenella McAlister posted on 8/23/21

Fenella and I send our deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences to Don's family. The FLO community could not have asked for a better Branch Head on both a personal and professional level. A gentleman, a man of great warmth, sincerity, humour and thoughfulness for others, he was quite simply a pleasure to be around. As Branch Head his commitment to promoting the cause of the FLO community and advocating on our behalves was unstinting, full of good counsel and always prepared to go the extra mile to help us in our engagement with the JS J7. The memories of him will only ever be good ones and the news of his passing came as a huge shock. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this very difficult time. Be assured, we will not forget - we were fortunate to have known and served with Don, and his place in the lives and memories of a great many people will endure. Ian McAlister


Kyle Robbins posted on 8/23/21

John, I am sorry I didn't know her, but I am sure she was proud of the person you are. Share as many stories as you remember, hug everyone and never ever forget her. Kyle


Joe Ordona posted on 8/23/21

I was Don's Executive Officer when he commanded 2nd FAST Company. He was a great leader, mentor and dear friend. I still remember Don's first day at the unit when I had to rush him down to Norfolk for a battalion staff meeting. He was such a great commander and part of his legacy was being the ONLY non-infantry officer to command a FAST company. We were planning to get together the last time I was in DC this past May but we couldn't make it work. Now I so wish we would have been able to see each other one more time. I'm still in shock and so heartbroken. I'm going to miss your laughter, sincerity and courageous ability to always say and do the RIGHT thing Don. I will miss you greatly my dear friend. Condolences to Don's children and family. Semper Fidelis, Joe. PS. If anyone knows the details behind Don's passing and his future internment at Arlington, please call me at 703-447-7518 or email


VADM Guy Robinson, COS NATO HQ SACT posted on 8/23/21

Staff at NATO Allied Command Transformation are deeply saddened by the sudden passing of Colonel (ret.) Donald Morse. Don worked closely with many of us on a wide variety of topics and was an inspiration for the Multinational Capability Development Campaign and international Concept Development and Experimentation communities to improve military capabilities among 30 NATO allies. His achievements over 9 years working as a tireless initiator for the common cause are greatly appreciated and he will be remembered as a remarkable, dedicated, selfless and compassionate leader, professional, and friend. Don will be sorely missed. For NATO HQ Supreme Allied Commander Transformation, VADM Robinson, Chief of Staff


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Charlotte & Michael Mouritsen - Denmark posted on 8/23/21

To Don's family and friends. We are so very sorry for your loss and you have our deepest sympathy. Don was such a wonderful person and he made a lasting impression on everyone he knew and met. The world will not be the same without him, and we fell blessed to have known him. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Rest in Peace, Don. Love from Charlotte & Michael - Denmark


Robert Sederowski, Colonel, Polish Armed Forces posted on 8/23/21

Rest in Peace Sir. It was great privilege to meet You.



Tina Smiley posted on 8/23/21

Words can not express the emptiness I felt after hearing of Don’s passing. He will be greatly missed. In so many ways, his presents at JS J7 impacted many. A brother and a friend with a kind word for anyone he came in contact with. RIP my brother!


Lyman and Debbi (Foley) Hall posted on 8/23/21

Sending much love and sympathy to the Hile family.


David Schnabel posted on 8/23/21

My deep condolences to Don’s family and all his friends and colleagues around the world he influenced, motivated and led. He was always kind, open minded and beautiful person… I learned a lot from him. Thank you Don. Rest in Peace…


Mike Gallagher posted on 8/23/21

It's remarkable that Don was able to touch my life so profoundly, considering the limited time I was able to be around him. As "allies" within the JS J7, JPRA and the APFDD team held a unique union over the past few years. Don's belief and support of the Personnel Recovery mission was key to a successful relationship, and was palpable in every engagement. He was kind, thoughtful, gracious and forthright in every instance I had the opportunity to share with him, and his departure from our lives was felt instantly, and will remain a loss we'll struggle to overcome. Thank you, Don, for leaving this world better than you found it, we here at JPRA are grateful for all you have done for our mission, and for us, personally. My heartfelt condolences to Don's family, his friends, and the APFDD team.



Debbie Foster posted on 8/23/21

My deepest condolences to the family.


Mitsunobu (Mitch) Sugimoto posted on 8/23/21

Don was a well-intentioned and highly-motivated person. I always respected his enthusiam and professionalism on his duty as a leader. it has been great honor for me to work with him. He loved his family, colleagues, the country he served, and also my country, Japan as well. He was a man full of love. May his soul Rest In Peace.


Shaun Thomas posted on 8/23/21

Don was a consummate professional, a friend to be treasured, a huge advocate of Multinational Cooperation, and one hell of a boss. There are not many in this world who have had the personal impact on my life that Don has had. Rest easy, we have the watch.


Pavel Rys (Czechia) posted on 8/23/21

I and my wife Katerina are very sad about the loss of the great man Don. In my memory remains Don as a man who "loves his job". I heard this sentence from him many times and this encompassed also all FLO´s for whom he was excellent leader and friend to. His integration effort was unbelievable and friendship inexhaustible. It was my honor to serve with him. My sincerest condolence to his family. Rest in Peace.


Andrea and Zoltan Barany posted on 8/23/21

Don Morse was a gentlemen first of all. His strong and true character made him an outstanding leader, a good friend and also a pillar in his communities. He loved his children most but so many others had a place in his heart. Our world will not be the same without him. You will be greatly missed my friend. Our deepest condolences to the family.


Tor Harvey posted on 8/23/21

Dear family and friends. We are deeply sadden by your loss. Don was a remarkable man whom we greatly appreciated and will miss dearly. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Rest in peace dear friend. Anita & Tor (from Norway)


Christa Hill posted on 8/22/21

I was truly sorry to hear about the passing of Don. It was always a pleasure working with him at Joint Saff-J7. He was a wonderful person that always greeted me with positive & kind words. He will truly be missed. Sending my sincere condolences & prayers to the family.


Judy Smith posted on 8/22/21

Such a sweet woman. I’ll always cherish my homemade crocheted dish rags that you would always send in my yearly Christmas card. I have the last one she mailed me in a bag and it has not been used and will never be used. It will now have its home in my hutch. May God bless her family during this time of sorrow. Love you all, Wayne & Judy Smith and our kids and grandkids


Luis Policarpo posted on 8/22/21

During my tenure at Joint Staff J 7 as Portuguese FLO I saw Don as the main key stakeholder and driver for all our integration and work. He gave us (myself and Gabriela) the honour and pleasure of his friendship and most important off all camaraderie and time to listen us. He was the person that move forward and pursue for our integration in the FLOs community. A talented men and Marine with strong leadership skills. I`ve learned a lot with him at all levels. Our deepest condolences to Don`s family and closet friends Luis Policarpo (CAPT (Navy) PRT Navy) and Gabriela Nascimento (my spouse)


Kitzy Laprade posted on 8/22/21

My sincere condolences to Don’s family and all his friends around the world. I am fortunate to had the chance to get to know Don as he was such a special person. Extremely dedicated and patriotic, he was putting everyone’s before himself with all his hearth. His four children were his joy and his proud. He would talked frequently about them and wanted to ensure they were happy and live their life to the fullest. Don’s good spirit will always be remembered. He left too fast but did a lot of goods along his road and his memory will be treasured forever.


David Lewis posted on 8/22/21

Patty, John, and Roger. Heartbroken to learn of the passing of your mom, or as she was known to me, my other mom. Countless times, Candy and I would walk to your house, come to the garage door where "Pop" would tell us to come on in, you don't need to knock. Your mom always had something going on upstairs in the kitchen. I always enjoyed talking to them waiting for Roger to get off the phone. She was the kindest I've ever known, a Williamsburg legend, and will be deeply missed.


Danny Sanders posted on 8/22/21

I am sad to here the. My prays go out to this family. I love the both


Danny Sanders posted on 8/22/21

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Frederic BARTEI posted on 8/22/21

During my time as FLO in J7, I've always been impressed by his kindness, his real sense of caring for people, his dedication to his family, friends and job, and by the time he found to talk lively about so many topics, always with a good laugh at some point. He will be missed by all the lucky people who got in touch with him in the US and all over the world, but we will always keep in mind how great and compassionate he was in all what he did and feel blessed and thankful for that. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends, colleagues and all those who had the chance to know him. Rest now in Peace. Semper memoriam nostri. Pauline, Maud, Cecile et Frederic


Ted Maslin posted on 8/22/21

John, Sorry to hear about Bobbie's passing. She will be missed at Patriots Colony.


Penny Loukakos posted on 8/22/21

It was my honor to work with Don. Although it was for a relatively short time, his leadership, graciousness, and appreciation were evident from the first day we met. Running into him and chatting for a few minutes always left me refreshed. Inevitably, he would include in our conversations a heartfelt Thank You for the work our team was doing. I will miss the physical presence of his gentle spirit, our chats, and working toward a common goal, but know that he is in a place with no worries, and at peace because of all the good he has done for his country, family, and friends. There is no doubt that Don made a positive difference in all he touched. My condolences to his family and friends. May your wonderful memories, help you all through this difficult time.


Gabriel Rilla (Romania) posted on 8/22/21

I found out with great sadness about Don's departure. It is a tragic loss and my heart is very heavy. I know I am going to miss him, his kindness and his warm-hearted friendship. Indeed, Don left his mark in our lives, and Alina and I are grateful we met him. We knew him as a proud and loving father. Don was a great friend, a true leader and a fine gentleman! May God rest him in peace and bless his family!



Rick and Janie Daily posted on 8/22/21

So proud of the man you are and your dedication and service to our Country. In our hearts forever. Your cousins, Rick and Janie Daily


Motoyuki Suzuki posted on 8/22/21

My sincerest condolence to his family. I still cannot believe that he passed away. He always took care of us in my FLO assignment, and I really appreciate his gentle and helpful efforts. Rest in peace.


Guido Kraus posted on 8/22/21

The tragic loss of such an excellent officer, warm-hearted family man and loving husband is difficult to understand, thus, hard to bear. Don, we will miss you in so many areas of our lives, but be sure that we will never forget you as such an extraordinary Marine and so very open minded, always caring person. Thank you very, very much for your friendship and support. It was a great honor and pleasure serving together! Rest in peace, Semper fi, Guido


Guido Kraus posted on 8/22/21

My sincere condolences.



Miyake Kazan Hideaki posted on 8/22/21

Don, I’m sorry for your loss. Thank you for your kindness during your life. May Don rest in peace.


Yohei Nomoto posted on 8/22/21

Don, I can still see your smile in my eyes. Enjoying the Kentucky Derby together is one of the irreplaceable memories. I will never forget you, who always had humor, being considerate and treated us with sincere attitude. In Japan, we welcome the soul of close person at home in August every year. So, please come to see me next year. Please sleep peacefully, and may God bless your family.


Matt Churchward posted on 8/21/21

I'll always remember Don for his kindness and unselfish approach in everything he did. The perfect Division Chief, he fought hard for his team, but showed amazing patience when required; he led by example and inspired all those who have had the privilege to know him. A friend of the UK, a friend of all, Rest In Peace Don your duty is done. Semper Fi my friend, with love, Matt, Kate, Bella & Beth.


Lenard E. duffy posted on 8/21/21

Our deepest and heartfelt sympathy and condolences go out to Don’s beloved family members and especially to his 4 children. May God give you strength and comfort as you grieve this difficult and unimaginable loss. I have had the honor and distinct pleasure of working with Don Morse for 16 years. His untimely passing leaves a void which will never be filled. Don was a great leader as an active duty U.S. Marine Colonel at JFCOM J9 and then as a civilian at Allies & Partner Force Development Division within the Joint Staff J7. He touched so many men and women professionally and personally because he was always looking out for others. I will always appreciate his sincere concern, compassion, and advocacy, as needed. He had a unique ability to work through complex problems and inspired us all to achieve our best results. Not surprisingly, Don created a sort of family environment within this organization due to his genuine interest and sincere regard for everyone. This was never more evident than during the challenging pandemic restrictions. Every Monday, without fail, Don made sure we all stayed connected and up to date on everyone’s health and well-being. Don was blessed with a great sense of humor which was infectious. We enjoyed hearing about his latest bourbon lottery selection/acquisition or debates about the Patriots and the KC Chiefs. Don was passionate about his children and we will miss hearing about their latest milestones. He loved being a father. Don was a true and inspirational leader, a mentor, and a friend. He was selfless in putting others before himself. Finally, Don was a respected and admired game changer in the international community, but even more so as a great man. Fair winds and following seas shipmate and may you rest in peace, my friend. Len and Margaret Duffy


Stefano Camerini - Italian FLO to APFDD posted on 8/21/21

It was so shocking to hear about his sudden loss. Don was a special person, I am so saddened and I can hardly believe an Allies and Partners community without him. I have known him for only two years but for long enough, being part of the Joint Staff APFDD, to understand he truly cared about the people. He was a leader, always capable to lead the people and guide their behaviors; He was a special person, focused on listening to the others and build personal relation always with a good mood and attitude. His dedication to his job was so complete that it probably took him away too long from his loved ones. I hope the good memories you have of him, as well as my thoughts and prayers, will comfort you. Please accept my condolences.



Attallah alsarhan posted on 8/21/21

Reast in peace my brother


Terry Markwick (RLC. Maj. Ret’d.) posted on 8/21/21

I was shocked to hear the news that my friend Don had passed. He and I became friends when he was CO MARDET in the Holy Loch, and I was OC of the local Territorial Army unit. We had several military exercises together, and spent lots of leisure time fishing and golfing. I have many fond memories of a true gentleman, who had a wonderful sense of humour and an infectious laugh. One of my most memorable moments was being invited by him and the MARDET to be the guest speaker at the last USMC Ball held in Dunoon. My presentation gift of a sword still holds pride of place on my wall. I reciprocated by inviting Don to my Sqn. Burns Supper, where he was exposed to the Scots love of and capacity for Scotch whisky. Over the years since we have kept in irregular contact, and every time we spoke it was as if we had just parted company yesterday. My sincerest condolences to all his family and friends. I regard myself truly blessed by being able to count Don Morse as a friend. Semper Fi. RIP.


Antonio Fernandez posted on 8/21/21

For me Don was the perfect person for the right position. He was a truly believer in his people's capacities and the mission to fulfil. He made us better persons because we meet him ad show us true charisma and friendship.


Debbie Boykin posted on 8/21/21

Elgin I am so sorry for your loss. I'll never forget the first time I saw you at Jennifer's condo at Waters Ridge. Butch and I lived next door we shared some very fun and happy times together. She was so much fun and laughter. My thoughts and prayers are with you Brandon and Lauren.


Col attallah Alsarhan posted on 8/21/21

Don my was my friend he was great man touch the heart from the First meating i will miss him so much Reast in peace my friend Warm condolences to his family and all who know him


Doug McLiverty posted on 8/21/21

A great Marine Officer, an exemplary civilian leader, and an even better person. Don was the kind of man who improved every organization he served in. He truly cared about the people around him and he instilled a sense of loyal and teamwork, rarely experienced and enjoyed in government service. May God bless and comfort his family during these sad days and nights. Rest in peace Marine, we have the watch.


Keith Pankhurst posted on 8/20/21

What a true friend and what a superb Marine! Don you shall be missed, but the memories will continue to remain with me. From our antics together as young lieutenants to marathon games of Railroad Baron. Rest in peace my friend.


Robin Hillinger posted on 8/20/21

Don was a great man, a caring leader, and someone you like to look up to. He paid attention to every single person in the team, without exception. We have lost a great person and mentor here. I’m extremely saddened by this loss, and my thoughts and prayers are with the family and you all.


Legacy Financial Group posted on 8/20/21

Our deepest condolences to the family of Carol Bonesteel.


Uwe Wieland, COL (GS) ret., German Army posted on 8/20/21

We are very sad about the loss of our friend Don. He was a real believer in what we tried to do, to improve the relationships between our nations and to handle each other with respect. We will always remember this great gentleman, who lived his duty, always convincing with his winning manners. We are also very sad that we will not meet again, as we had hoped. Don will always be in our hearts. Our thoughts are with his family in this difficult time.


Jim and Cathy Legere posted on 8/20/21

Cathy and I send our deepest condolences to the family. Although these are difficult times, we truly hope you will find some solace in fond memories and the knowledge that Don was well-loved and made a difference in many people's lives. Don epitomized the gentleman warrior. We will fondly remember his leadership, dedication, compassion and friendship - along with his great sense of humour. Rest in Peace.


John Taylor posted on 8/20/21

I believe we’re all better off for having known Don. He left a positive mark on all who he touched and his loss is a devastating blow to countless friends around the world. Don truly cared for people, and nobody was a stranger to him. His kind heart and leadership will be deeply missed.


Maj. Gen (AF) José A. Herrera (Head of the Force Development Division), on behalf of Spain's Joint Staff and our Armed Forces Madrid, Spain posted on 8/20/21

Dear family of Don Morse: We learned of your relative’s passing and are deeply saddened by your loss. Please accept our condolences, and know that our thoughts are with you during this difficult time. Don was always very helpful and cooperative with us and distinguished himself by his kindness and warmth; we will not forget Don. Our deepest sympathy,


Van Edelmann posted on 8/20/21

I worked closely with Don from 2010-2016 before my retirement. He was an inspirational, compassionate and very generous man who touched so many people; It's hard to imagine the Joint Staff J7 without Don. I will miss his friendship, even though it has been at a distance for most of the last five years. I want to express my sincere condolences to his family, especially his four children. He was a true American patriot, in and out of uniform, who will be sorely missed by all of us. Fair winds and following seas, and Semper Fi Don!


Jim Clark posted on 8/20/21

Don was a great patriot, a true gentleman and a pleasure to have worked with. I have fond memories of our times together at J9 and then J7. His family are in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless.


RW Hap Holm posted on 8/20/21

Don was a great Marine and terrific DoD civilian. He leaves a HUGE hole in our hearts and our organization. Totally dedicated to people, a true servant leader in every sense. His great humor, humble and caring leadership and passion for others is felt around the world. He will be missed more than words can express. SF old friend, hap & Kristan Holm


Deborah Vallez posted on 8/20/21

Don was most proud of his wonderful children. May your sweet memories of him stay fresh in your hearts and minds and bring you comfort throughout your lives. May God bless you and hold you in his loving arms.


Colette and Ed Kokron posted on 8/20/21

My first impression of Col Don Morse was of a warm, and just plain nice guy and this was strongly reinforced over the years. Don provided a wonderful and rare gift of wisdom and wit. He was a good friend, a great boss and a wonderful person who made such a difference in the world around him. He will be well remembered for his infinite deeds of kindness. Ed and I hope that your wonderful memories will provide comfort in the days to come.


Martin Bodin posted on 8/20/21

Don was one of the first to meet me as a foreign partner officer upon arrival to the US in May 2021. He immediately made me feel welcome with his warm personal approach. I especially admire his great storytelling and keen eye to detail. I will cherish the time we spent together in fond memory.


Pierre RAZAT posted on 8/20/21

I obtenir think about Don’s kindness and human attention to all the FLOs. I remember when we went to Paris for strengthening the links between J7 and CICDE. He was very moved by discovering the French city. It was a fantastic shared period of time with Don. Don was a great man full of sympathy and consideration to all of us. His mind, his soul will always stay in my mind. Pierre


Rennay Gamble posted on 8/20/21

It was truly a pleasure to have worked with Don. He was a good friend. Don always made to time listen, give advice or assistance when needed. Don will be missed by many because he touched many with his kindness, compassion and cheerful personality. He always called me his sister. Going to miss you Don.


Rodrigo Lazaro posted on 8/20/21

Our sincerest condolences on the passing of Don Morse. He was a very special guy and an awesome leader. He will be missed by many all over this World. May God help Don's family and friends get through this difficult time. RIP, Sir.


Ric Schulz posted on 8/20/21

Don Morse was my friend, both in uniform and out of uniform. He was one of the most sincere people I knew. I will miss his smile, his concern about others over himself, his pride in country, his belief in the mission he executed at work, and our talk of whiskey (Don loved Kentucky Bourbon and I Scotch). Don will be sorely missed.


Cindy Miller posted on 8/20/21

I will deeply miss Don and my heartfelt condolences to the family. Yet there is much to celebrate in his life well-lived. He had an incredible capacity to connect with people no matter what their background and on topics that ranged from the material world to metaphysics. He was rare in that capacity and the enormity of his compassion and passion for what he believed in knew no depth. His impact will be felt through generations and across the globe. He was loved here by many at NATO Allied Command Transformation and the international community.


Frankie Gorrell posted on 8/20/21

God Bless Bobbie. I just found out. She will be missed. She was like a delicate flower. Most of all John, I will pray for you. It is hard to anticipate the hurt that evolves from the lack of their presence. Call anytime, John, if you need to talk; we all need to vent our feelings at unexpected times.


Bill Severin posted on 8/20/21

May God hold you and your family in his loving arms until we can be together again.


Dave Bridgens posted on 8/20/21

Don was a truly remarkable man. I was fortunate to know and work for him. He made everyone he touched feel important. He had a way to reach everyone at a personal level.


Guil Pellecer posted on 8/19/21

To my handsome Father . I know I can called you for a “Hello pops How are you ” but you always will be in thoughts ,prayers and in my heart. You were an exceptional father, you were my hero and I always will love you. I will miss you so much pops. I love you. Guil F Pellecer.


Jim and Kandi Patterson posted on 8/19/21

Bill was a wonderful brother-in-law. He was always cheerful and loved to be around people. He will be missed by my wife and I. I will always remember Bill and my sister dancing in Las Vegas while we watched during their round dance.


J posted on 8/19/21

Dear Dr. Roberts, Every visit to your office, I was struck at how much you loved your family from seeing the photographs. Praying the good news of Jesus Christ will be an anchor for you and your family during this tragic time! God loves you! So sorry to hear the loss of your dear son!


S. R. Zubkoff posted on 8/19/21

Carol, i’m sorry, i just read about your loss. I hope you are managing ok.


Gayle and Leo Gavel posted on 8/19/21

Our deepest condolences to all who knew and loved Nancy, and prayers for peace and comfort. Nancy Gayle and Family


judy neil posted on 8/19/21

My heartfelt condolences to you Joe and your family. Nancy was such a nice lady and I know her life was wonderful with you as her husband. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Your friend Judy Neil from NASA.


judy neil posted on 8/19/21

Judy Neil


Mike and Jo-Anne Hand posted on 8/19/21

We are so sorry for your loss. We hope the wonderful memories that Jim, the children and grandchildren have will help them through this most difficult time.


Herb Fogle posted on 8/19/21

I was part of the Mitchell family for 18 years and I still remember Mary Kays’ expression when Kelly and I told her the news that her first Grandchild was on the way. She did have a special warmth about her. The family has grown since then and I’m sure she shared the same happiness with each addition to the family as well as friends. Jim and family, Mary Kay with be missed by all. My family’s prayers and best wishes are with you.


The Fick’s posted on 8/19/21

Our deepest sympathy goes out to the Mitchell family. Russ and I meet Jim through golf and then had the greatest pleasure of being invited to Mary Kay and Jim’s home to one of the wonderful parties Mary Kay would throw. She was always so full of smiles and made each snd everyone feel like a close friend. She loved her family and would travel as many times as needed to see her family. She will be missed by all but she will be in remembered by all


Bonnie Robinson posted on 8/19/21

This world is a better place because of the life that Michelle led. She fought this battle with such strength and dignity. I will miss her always but I know she is at peace. To Rick, Terry and family, I am so sorry for your loss. You remain in my prayers.


Jerry Roudabush posted on 8/19/21

My sister was a beautiful person. She was not only my sister but my best friend. I will miss and love her for the remainder of my days.


David L. Lovato posted on 8/19/21

Steve Norton was a noble man, yet humble, thoughtful and to many observers fortunate enough to have worked with and for him, a wise leader, and a natural and empathetic mentor. His counsel was sought by Presidents and team-mates, and his reaction to this was to provide prescient and practical solutions to thorny problems faced by either. His service to our country has been unique. But it is equally true to say that he was himself uniquely brilliant.


Jaki Bonesteel posted on 8/19/21

God blessed me with the best mother-in-law. Carol took great care of her family and loved us all with her warm, kind and loving heart. She meant the world to me and her and Dave treated me like their daughter. I treasure all of the memories we have together especially our summer trips to Williamsburg. She always made my birthday so special. I love and miss you but am comforted to know you are no longer suffering and are watching over us all from above.


Linda Pahel posted on 8/19/21

Carol was my daughter, JAKI’s, mother-in-law. She was a very kind and caring woman. My thoughts and prayers are with all her family, especially her husband, Dave.


Charlie and Carol Moser posted on 8/19/21

So many beautiful things already expressed here which is tribute to the selfless, kind and caring person that Carol was. Throughout her years of suffering she always wanted to know how you were doing, how your children were doing, had to keep steering her back to how are YOU doing. Have never met a more spiritual woman guided by her faith, demonstrated by her devotion to her family and manifested in her caring for others. She will be missed but we are comforted by knowing she is no longer suffering.


Korie posted on 8/19/21

I first met Carol in my teens when I became friends with her son, Scott. Little did I know many years later Scott would marry my sister and we would become family. I will always remember Carols gentle smile and how safe and welcome I always felt in her home. Her devotion to her family was beautiful, I am thankful to have known someone as lovely as Carol in my lifetime and I will never forget her.


Kelly Bonesteel posted on 8/19/21

Carol is my Mother-in-law and she meant so much to me. Carol was so smart and beautiful inside & out. Carol was such a “Lady” full of grace, kindness but always modest, I admired that about her so much. She was willing and happy to sacrifice for others. Carol was thoughtful and never missed a holiday or birthday for her family & friends. Carol was an amazing example to me of love, motherhood & marriage. I can’t go without mentioning how beautifully she set her table because I think that would make her smile. One of the biggest honors I have ever received was when Carol bestowed her recipe box and Christmas cookie recipes to me. I had the opportunity to make them for the first time last Christmas and she tried ever single one of them. I will make Carol’s Christmas cookies for as long as I am able and one day, I will pass them to my future daughter-in-law, Carol & her traditions will continue to bring us great joy every single Christmas for years to come. Carol’s faith is another way she led by example and is the greatest gift she was willing to share with all of us. I would like to also express my love and admiration for my Father-in-Law, he was so loving, caring and loyal to his beautiful wife up to her very last minutes. We miss you here on earth but are grateful the Lord has taken you home.


Bill & Kathlene Garnett posted on 8/19/21

Carol was a very kind and caring woman. She also had a great sense of humor and was interested in current events and was unafraid to express her opinions. However, nothing was as important as her Faith and her Family. We admired her strength and determination. She will be greatly missed by so many. Rest in peace, dear Carol.


Bill & Kathlene Garnett posted on 8/19/21

Carol was a very kind and caring woman. She also had a great sense of humor and was interested in current events and was unafraid to express her opinions. However, nothing was as important as her Faith and her Family. We admired her strength and determination. She will be greatly missed by so many. Rest in peace, dear Carol.


Gina Dutton Venable posted on 8/19/21

I will miss my sweet Aunt Bernice. She was such a gentle soul and would help anyone out. She and Mom had a special relationship and I’m so glad they became close. Love and miss you Aunt Bernice!❤️


Lee Van Voorhees posted on 8/10/21

Where do I start? Carol and Dave were good friends of ours. We lived in the same South Turnberry neighborhood for 14 years. She and Dave took care of our dog, Joie. and we would take care of their dog, Muffy. But aside from those isolated events, Carol would welcome me into her home without hesitation as Dave and I would discuss sports. Not her thing necessarily, but she always welcomed me because she figured Dave was enjoying my company. She was a great wife to Dave. AND, I can assure you that Dave adored her. Carol, I'm sure, is on a cloud somewhere in Heaven, trying to do good there too. I'm gonna miss her.


Bonnie Burg posted on 8/10/21

So wish I knew Nancy more. You two had an exciting life. GREAT MEMORIES !


Gail Saylor posted on 8/9/21

I enjoyed talking with Dick afrer our Rotary meetings. We had a lot in common when it came to traveling the world. He was an awesome person and loved his family and friends. He also played a large role in the building of addition for the Catholic Church. I will miss him and know a lot of people will too.


Colonel Jim Ball, USAF (Ret) posted on 8/9/21

Dick was my boss at Air Force Systems Command, and a great guy to work for. Later on, we saw each other via the US Coast Guard Auxiliary. He was of such good character and a good friend. We will miss him.



Colonel Jim Ball, USAF (Ret) posted on 8/9/21

Dick was my boss at Air Force Systems Command. A great guy to work for. Later on, we met again here in the Coast Guard Auxiliary. He was a great guy and friend. We will miss him.


Ralph & Happy Simmons posted on 8/8/21

We will miss Dick and his conversations at Wmsbg. Pres. Church. Great guy. Also, I knew him thru the USCG Auxiliary.


Marilyn and Mike Olimpi posted on 8/8/21

This picture of Mary Kay is priceless. The warmth and humor she always shared radiates in this picture. Mike and I have been so fortunate to have been friends with Mary Kay and Jim during our years in Williamsburg. It's been such a comfort knowing these two genuine, down-to-earth people. Mary Kay has taught me about family first, inner strength, and selfless purpose. Needless to say, she will be missed more than words can say. Our heart aches for Jim and the family. But I know her heavenly spirit will always be with them.


George D Sanders posted on 8/8/21

I was sorry to here, that my boss and good friend had passed. He was a great man. White Stone will miss him.


Lou & Carla Capuano posted on 8/7/21

This is a beautiful tribute to a remarkable woman we loved dearly. It was a privilege to be her friend and share in her love, which was boundless. We cherish the memories we have of her, of the wonderful times we spent together with her and Jim, and all the fun we shared we all of our friends here in Williamsburg. Our love and sympathy to Jim, all their family, and to all who shared the blessing of MaryKay.


Gay Myers posted on 8/7/21

I met Mary Kay and Jim when I moved to Williamsburg in 2009. They were an integral part of our BYOB group and added so much to our gatherings. Mary Kay was so warm, so friendly, so considerate and kind and so fun to be with. She was devoted to her family and grandkids and often filled us in with their latest antics, happenings and milestones. Mary Kay was a thoroughly genuine person, always ready to help in any way and could laugh at herself despite her ongong health issues. She was the real deal and will be sorely missed by all who knew her.


Tim and Louise Runyan posted on 8/7/21

Jim the entire Mitchell family. We've had the honor and pleasure to have known Mary Kay for 13 years. From the first time we met Mary Kay, at the Mitchell home in Williamsburg, we knew we were in for a wonderful experience. The wonderful experience never failed, from Mary Kay's life knowledge to her motherly and grandmotherly catering to the family. Our hearts ache for your loss and share in the desire to hear and see her one more time.


Michael C. Banks posted on 8/7/21

Mr. Mitchell, Jimmy, Patti, Sandy, Kelly, and Katie, I am sorry for your loss. Since 1976 when I moved to South Orange and I visited the “Mitchell Mansion”, your mother greeted me with warmth and love. She treated me like her own child and I felt like part of the family. I will always love her and I will miss her dearly. I am so grateful that she and your family is a part of my life. I am a better person for it.



Joyce & Randy Monfredi posted on 8/7/21

A wonderful husband, father and a true American hero. You will be truly missed, love you uncle Dick


Julia Plant posted on 8/6/21

Your and your family are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Keep all the great memories of him close to your heart and he will always be with you.


Nancie Lofgren posted on 8/4/21

I am so sorry for your family’s loss, Becky. May your dad Rest In Peace…


George P. Bonville, LTC. . U.S. Army (R) posted on 8/4/21

Rest in peace my former car Pooler buddy and neighbor from C&GSC. We lost touch over the years but I always wished the best for you and your family. God be with you.


Cyndi Kresslein posted on 8/3/21

We are so sorry for your loss. Your dad was such a strong presence and a very wonderful, generous man! Our prayers are with you and your family❤ Love, Cyndi and John


Sherry Sacco posted on 8/3/21

Thinking of you in these difficult times. My prayers are with you and you family.


vicki weaver claiborne posted on 8/3/21

I am very sorry about you and the children"s loss. I felt I knew her tthrough Sherry and Jerry. My condolances to my broyher-inlaw Jerry a Sherry my sister


Beatrice Sanford posted on 8/3/21

We will miss Carol, her steadfast faith throughout her illness, her devotion to the Church, her boundless love for her husband and family. No doubt she has heard the words of Matthew 25:21 "Well done you good and faithful servant...come share in My joy." God rest her soul and grant peace and comfort to her family.


Denise Carroll posted on 8/2/21

I am so sorry to learn of Jennifer's passing. I remember Lauren's and Anna's sleepovers during middle school. Jennifer was always very sweet. My condolences to all of you.


Barbara and Donald Haynes posted on 8/2/21

Carol was a sweet and caring person. She will be missed. We are sorry for your loss.


Connie Lowry posted on 8/2/21

Elgin, my deepest condolences to you and your family. I did not know the pleasure of meeting Jenny, but my prayers, love and sympathy go out to you during this time.


Beatrice Sanford, OFS posted on 8/2/21

I will always remember Dick's wonderful smile that would light up a gathering. He had a love for God, Country, and a devotion to Marge and his family. May God rest his soul.


Beatrice Sanford, OFS posted on 8/2/21

Whenever I saw Mary Jane, I couldn't help but smile. Her joy for God, for her family, and her community was boundless. May God rest her soul.


Cyndi Bass posted on 8/2/21

My dearest friend Jennifer, you will be loved and missed for eternity.


Cyndi Bass posted on 8/2/21

My dearest Jennifer, such a beautiful friend. You will be loved and missed for eternity.


Eric Fox posted on 8/1/21

My prayers are with you for your family, may the Holy Spirit comfort you. Jenny has always been in my heart as a friend and I knew her as a spirited young woman ready to take on the world.


Chaz Anderson posted on 7/31/21

I am sorry that I didn’t have the honor of meeting Col. Babe. However, as a fellow US Marine I want to express my appreciation for his life and share my condolences to his family. “To the faithful there is certain reward”


Dawn Griggs posted on 7/31/21

Elgin, We are so very sorry for your loss; Lauren, Brennon and you will cherish your many memories. Rock and Dawn Mullenax


Dianne N. Spence posted on 7/31/21

Our deepest sympathy from the Altar Guild at Bruton Parish Church, Dianne Spence


Al and Barbara Kinback posted on 7/31/21

We first met Richard through our close friendship with Karen and Ron and have known Richard and your family for many years through them. We pray for peace and comfort for you and your loved ones at this difficult time and offer our condolences to you all. May your memories of Richard bring you comfort as he continues to watch over you with love. “Those we love and lose are always connected by heartstrings into infinity.” Terri Guillemets


Susan Sims posted on 7/30/21

I am so sorry for your loss.


Jeffrey Cooke posted on 7/30/21

Our whole family passes our love and condolence to Mary Jane's family. Our shared love of the "pool", and all the social events at Archers Meade were a great time, and her love for life, sense of humor and non stop conversations will always be in our heart. Jeff, Shelly and Mindy Cooke


Lockett and Jerry Van Voorhis posted on 7/30/21

Jim Kelly represents the deepest feelings of care for all who attended the College. The very standard for loyalty to William and Mary, his affection for all things there remains unmatched. He will be an undiminished example to those of us who were fortunate to know him, and his selflessness as a thread of continuous inspiration is an example that yet lights our paths. Lockett and Jerry Van Voorhis


Cindy Drake Curtis posted on 7/29/21

I am so deeply sorry for your loss Elgin. My prayers will be for peace and comfort during this time for you and your family. Cindy


Sandra Testa posted on 7/29/21

Our deepest condolences to Jennifer's family. Always enjoyed our visits.



Laura Boughner posted on 7/29/21

Dear Lauren. So sorry about your mother’s passing. She is always with you in spirit and in prayer. You and your family are in my thiughts and prayers.


Blooms that Brighten posted on 7/29/21

The Board and Volunteers of Blooms that Brighten send love and strength to the family in this time of loss.


Cyndi Apperson Hefner posted on 7/29/21

I am so sorry to hear about Jenny. Keeping the entire family in my thoughts and prayers. Great childhood memories of growing up on Kerry Lake Dr.


Beth Wallace Otey posted on 7/29/21

Such a shinning light...Jennifer was a true jewel. Brennan - James, Chris and I have such fond memories of younger years spent together. Your Mom was always there with sandwiches, sleep overs, and so much energy. Elgin - wrapping loving arms around you as you process an incredible loss. Love to All!


Beth Wallace Otey posted on 7/29/21

Cheryl - I had the absolute honor of working with Paul at Elkins Electric. He brought light into a room. After more than 25 years running into him again, he still remembered me, still teased me, and still made me walk away with a smile on my face. I am so sorry for you and Paul's Family.....cherish the memories!!


Gayle Nodler posted on 7/29/21

James S. Kelly


Grace Kenyon posted on 7/29/21

My deepest condolences to all of Jennifer's family. She was a bright light that left us too soon. I am thankful we were friends and cherish our times together at Kings Way Church. I will always smile when I think of Jennifer. God bless you all.


Rachelle DeMatt posted on 7/29/21

As a high school friend, I remember Jennifer as being beautiful inside and out, and she no doubt grew even more so through the years. I am not surprised to hear that she had a very full and happy life, but so sorry to hear that she left that life so soon. My prayers and sympathy to all of her family and dear friends that must miss her terribly. May the wonderful memories, love, and laughter she shared with you bring you some comfort and peace.


Rick Hollingsworth posted on 7/29/21

My condolences to the Roudabush family.


Lynn Rodgers Brewer posted on 7/28/21

My condolences to all of the family. My prayers are with you all for peace and strength.


Debra Dike posted on 7/28/21

I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers for your family.


Lucy Rothnie posted on 7/28/21

Much love and sympathy with you. Lucy and John Rothnie


Lyman and Debbi Hall posted on 7/27/21

Sending much sympathy and love


Barbara Riley posted on 7/27/21

Rick and family, So sorry to hear about Michelle. Praying for you all.


Barbara Riley posted on 7/27/21

Rick and family, So sorry to hear about Michelle. Prayers for you all.


Harriett L. Stanley posted on 7/27/21

One of the very best at what he did for the College of William & Mary. We were separated by generations in our views of society and world, but Jim always reached out. RIP, friend.


Judy Hedrick posted on 7/27/21

I feel blessed to have known Jim Kelly, and I will hold the memory of his visit here with Sharra on a sunny afternoon in the mountains around Roanoke close to my heart.


Greg Meadows posted on 7/24/21

I could never truly thank Nancy for giving me Yankeestaff Rupert and Yankeestaff Laverne who brought immense joy to my life. And more importantly they brought her into mine. I am thankful and proud my kids got to visit with her in Gloucester which is a memory they will cherish forever.


Lisa Taylor posted on 7/24/21

Nancy sold us our most precious gift Buffy in 2003. She was incredible! Nancy really wanted to keep Buffy but finally acquiescenced and shipped Buffy from Texas to Florida! I will never forget Nancy and her kindness to our family. God Bless the Malbec Family


Misti Coffey posted on 7/24/21

I took care of Bill and Virginia during their time in Boone NC. They were some of my favorite patient's. I will never forget them! May God Bless your family!


Lorie BG posted on 7/24/21

My condolences to his family. He was a large part of my life ,the happiest part. A special person ,I will never forget. Love you Sammy


Gary and Joan Royse posted on 7/21/21

Rick, So sorry for you loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.


James Amerson posted on 7/21/21

I had the pleasure of meeting Nancy on a Sunday at the post office. She and her sin Jared were so outgoing as we stirred up a meaningful conversation. It gave me an opportunity to visit my church which was near their home. Her joy for life and love of people was a part of personality. It was a wonderful time. Giving thanks to God for our paths which crossed 25 years ago.


Rhoda Renee Bugg posted on 7/20/21

Sandy was my big sister. I've spent the last few weeks thinking about her everyday. Although I haven't been in her life much through the years- I already miss her. Mostly her laugh!! Out of all of us kids, her laugh was different from the rest of us! She would remind us often that she was the beautiful one (she also let us know that she was Mom's favorite) they're probably sitting together reading a book as I speak!!! I'm sad for myself and the people that love her!! I find comfort and believing that I will see her again one day...


Robert & Sharon Southard posted on 7/19/21

Our deepest condolences, to the family and friends of John T. Black. John was a good neighbor and a prince of a man. He will be missed by all who knew him.


Thomas Reel posted on 7/19/21

Dr, Kernodle has been a lifelong, positive influence in many ways. I am proud not only to have been his student but also been Captain of the final tennis team that he coached in 1955. He strung our rackets at home! His achievements in every passion he undertook were outstanding are so deservedly acknowledged. He is a legacy to all who had the privilege of knowing him and are thankful.


Julia C Green posted on 7/19/21

Wishing you peace and comfort during this hard time. My heart goes out to you and your family.


Domenic & Carol Maglieri and "All Our Family" posted on 7/18/21

To the Black Family, We read of your dear Dad's passing. May he rest in peace. May he share the joy of uniting with your Mom in heavenly glory. We hold fond memories of times spent together years ago. We join you in sorrow and in prayer.


Sherri Albon posted on 7/17/21

Betty certainly was a loving caretaker to many children. Her home seemed to always be teeming with their laughter and her yard was their playground. My sincere condolences to the Crane family.


Angela McDonald Hoose posted on 7/16/21

I grew up acrossed across the street. Betty used to babysit me when I was small. She take me everywhere. I learned plenty about the chickens and horses. I loved riding Sugarfoot and helping her make butter. Lol Nothing but great memories of Mrs. Crane. Loved her very much. ❤


Tom Monahan, President VVA Chapter 957 posted on 7/16/21

Tony: On behalf of the Members of Vietnam Veterans Chapter 957 I wish to express our sincere condolences to you and you family at Barbara loss. Barbara was a wonderful ,sincere and joyful person and she will be sorely missed at our meetings and get togethers. May she rest in peace with her God.


Brenda Hurley posted on 7/16/21

I didn't know Betty a long time but when I did she felt like a mom to me. My memory of Betty I did her nails one time and she Loved it I felt so special. Her daughter Carolyn and I are like sister's. Thank you Lord for letting me know Betty Crane may she rest in your Loving Arms. Comfort and peace to her children Wrap your Loving arms around them and bring them comfort and peace. ❤✝️



Karen (Fisher) Chretien posted on 7/15/21

I have many happy memories of growing up living across the dirt road from Mrs. Crane, helping to care for her pony Sugarfoot and eating too many green apples from her fruit trees even though she warned me they'd probably give me a stomachache (and they did a few times). She was truly a great lady and a wonderful friend and neighbor to my parents long after I moved away. Heartfelt condolences to the whole family.


Lisa and Wally Wood (W&M class of ‘58) posted on 7/15/21

Our deepest sympathies go out to Barbara and the family. May your memories of happy times comfort you in the days to come.


Hannelore (Lora) McDonald posted on 7/15/21

Betty was a wonderful friend and neighbor who always extended a helping hand to me and my family. I could always count on Betty. We enjoyed many good times and walks together. I'll never forget her. Till we meet again, Girl! "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints." Psalm 115:16


Michael Patterson posted on 7/15/21

Tony with most sincere regrets in Barbara passing to be with our Lord. She will be truly missed by all that knew her but never forgotten. May God Bless you both.



Tiena Griffith posted on 7/14/21

I had the honor of knowing Paul from my work at Peninsula Cancer Institute. He was a great guy and to say he was a flirt was an understatement. Thought I haven't seen him in about a year I think about him often. May he rest in peace!


Sylvia & David Tooley posted on 7/14/21

Sorry to hear of Robert’s passing. Prayers and condolences to his family!


Sylvia & David Tooley posted on 7/14/21

So sorry to hear of Robert’s passing. Prayers and condolences to his family!


Howard and Linda Maltz posted on 7/14/21

We offer Marge and family our deepest condolences. We will miss seeing Dick in the neighborhood.


Lera Coulter posted on 7/13/21

So sorry to hear of Robert’s passing. The loss of a spouse is very devastating. May you find comfort in your family and friends.


Let’s Coulter posted on 7/13/21

So sorry to hear of Roberts passing. Loss of a spouse is such a devastating thing.


Nat and Helga Tinnerino posted on 7/13/21

We considered Dick as one of our dearest and closest friends sharing in many of life's events including weddings, holidays , social gatherings - many happy and good times. We enjoyed our mutual visits sharing happy moments with our families. We will most certainly miss him. Love Nat and Helga.


Rev. Cheryl K. Robinson posted on 7/12/21

Heartfelt sympathy is extended to the family of Harry Hager, Jr., M.D. from Intrepid Hospice. We are so sorry for your loss and you are in our hearts and our prayers. Thank you for allowing us to provide care and support to Dr. Hager during his illness. May God bless you, comfort you and give you peace now and always


Dana Murphy Dube posted on 7/11/21

So sorry for your loss. Sending prayers and comfort during this difficult time. The Murphy Family


Tim and Becky Wolfe posted on 7/11/21

Holly and Family, We are so sorry for your loss and will pray for you. We only met him a few times but remember him as incredibly friendly and happy.


Judy Nightengale Fuqua posted on 7/10/21

Nancy and Family I am so sorry to hear of Robert’s passing. Prayers for you and the family ✝️


Julie and Benjamin Drinkwine posted on 7/10/21

We offer our deepest condolences and sympathy for Ray’s family. He was a man of integrity and honor that provided strong and honest mentoring.


CDR Will Kramer USNR Ret posted on 7/10/21

Ray was a shipmate about USS Raleigh during a very busy period that included service off the coast of Beirut and was one of the best of us. I've never forgotten Ray coming up to learn celestial navigation and then stand bridge watches as my JOOD and then as an OOD himself. I hadn't spoken to Ray in many years but thought of him and our shipmates often and he will live forever in my and in our shipmates hearts. I did not know him while we were at USNA but we had many friends in common and I know that they will be devastated as well.



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Eve & Joel Aron posted on 7/9/21

Sadly, we offer condolences to Marge, Tracy and Holly. We were neighbors and friends in Rye NY. Our children grew up together and we spent many happy days visiting each other and sharing holidays and memories. Though we have been separated by distance for many years, I still feel the bond of love and friendship to Marge and her children.


Tammy Hachey and family posted on 7/9/21

With deepest condolences to you and your family.


Ruth Powell posted on 7/9/21

Dear Tracey and family, What an amazing life he lived! How blessed were his loved ones and friends to know him. God’s blessings on all who grieve his passing. ❤️ Ruth


Nancy Rehbein posted on 7/9/21

My deepest sympathy to Marge and her family for their sad loss.


Sally Stevens and Gene Harvey posted on 7/8/21

Our sincere sympathy to his sweet wife, Marge, and his extended family. Dick was a member of a dinner group we founded. He was the nicest and kindest of men. We will miss him. Prayers and love to you, Marge


Georgia Peters posted on 7/8/21

I’m am heartbroken from the loss of my sister. I have found comfort in this poem by Anna Williams If you see a sunset, It’s me, smiling from behind it. If I go away far, and you see a star if you find it, I’m inside it. I will miss her always but I will see her in every sunset and star and when I hear the wind I will know she is near.


George Bugg posted on 7/7/21

We shared many laughs and memories in OBX!!!


Bruce Cohen posted on 7/6/21

Ray was an Officer, a gentle man, and a healer. Marjorie and I are very saddened by his loss. Our thoughts are with Patti and Jeff. May Ray’s memory be a blessing.


Karen Giuseppe posted on 7/4/21

My condolences to the family. She was a wonderful mother and person and was very much loved. So sorry for your loss.


Suzanne Molofy posted on 7/3/21

Our condolences to her family from Suzanne and Tracy of Calgary and Fern and Rene Bonneau of Debden.


Diane & Jim Liedman posted on 7/3/21

Oh, Patti, we are so very sorry to hear this and pray that you & Jeff will experience God's peace that passes all understanding. Ray was the best! We have fond memories of the three of you at Churchland Swim & Racquet Club and at St. Andrew--especially the fellowship events! It was evident that Ray loved the two of you very much, and would do anything for you, and that it was the same for you both. Christ's peace.


Kathy Keefer Dann posted on 7/3/21

Dear Kate and family. My heart goes out to you all in this difficult time. I can’t imagine how hard it must be to suffer this loss. With deepest sympathy


Ross and Kim Miller posted on 7/3/21

Patti, Jeff, and family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. We are truly saddened to hear of Ray’s passing and are so grateful that we were able to reconnect even though briefly in recent months. If there is anything at all we can do for you, please let us know. It was a blessing that we crossed paths with Ray. He will be missed by many.


Adrian Mora posted on 7/3/21

I am truly saddened by the loss of Dr. Bozman. He is the reason why I am a radiologist today for bringing me into his program. Truly the embodiment of an officer and gentleman and role model for life. We in medicine stand on the shoulders of giants and he was as such for me. May God Bless You and forever keep you.



Mike Lowry HMCM (RET) posted on 7/2/21

While severing as the Deputy Commander NMCP. I have the pleasure of working with Captain Bozman. He is truly one of the best Navy Officers with whom I have ever served. He was a dynamic leader, mentor and honest human being. A Sailor's Sailor. Captain Bozman will truly be missed. My heartfelt condolences go out to his family.


Phyllis Shannon posted on 7/2/21

Dear Patti and Jeff, Randy and I send our heartfelt condolences. We have such fond memories of our being neighbors in Point Elizabeth and members at St. Andrew. We held Ray in our highest esteem and know that you will miss him greatly. Please know that you are in our thoughts.



Mike Lowry HMCM (RET) posted on 7/2/21




Ronald Dean Alexander posted on 7/2/21

God Bless you....


Karen Clifford posted on 7/2/21

Patti and Jeff, I’m so sorry for your loss. Ray was a good man and touched so many lives. My heart goes out to you and the rest of your family. Praying that you will find comfort and hope in your faith and from the love of your friends and family who care deeply for you. Peace be with you. Karen


Andy Lee posted on 7/1/21

I worked with Ray at vRad for several years. He was always a ray of sunshine and was always willing to help out in any way he can. He will be greatly missed. Blessings to you in this time of need.


Roslyn Grizzard (HM2 NMC Portsmouth 1989-1994) posted on 7/1/21

I will always remember (then) Cmdr Bozman with the utmost respect and highest regard. He was a compassionate and thoughtful leader and I enjoyed serving as a Rad Tech and Sonographer under his leadership. May he Rest In Peace and May God be a comfort to his family


Rick Jones posted on 7/1/21

Dr. Bozeman, was an awesome person. He made you feel important and respected. Ni matter what job you had or background you may have come from My deepest condolences to you and your family. God bless you and it was an honor to have known such a great person!!


Dan Gabier posted on 7/1/21

So shocked and saddened to hear of Ray's passing. Ray was was a true gentleman and inspiring mentor, the epitome of an affable and approachable Radiologist. He will be sorely missed.



Davison M Douglas posted on 7/1/21

Ray lived in extraordinary life of service. Patti and Jeff, you are in our prayers. Sincerely, Dave Douglas and Kathy Urbonya


Linda Bauknight Franklin posted on 7/1/21

Dad’s stories will be missed. He recounted in great detail about his growing up in Florida, his time at UVA, his memories of his military service, his travels, he and mom’s remodeling projects, and his family.


Janice (Torian) Wine posted on 7/1/21

Dear, dear Patti, My little young mentor and one of my fondest memories of Chittum times. I often thought of you and your family when it came time for you to move on. there was a reason I read the paper today. I am so sorry for this great loss to you and the family. I remember yours was such a wonderful story of friendship and love. I shall pray in the times to come for gentle peace and strength for you and Jeff. Our loving Lord will provide as will all those who love you. Love and appreciation to you and thanks for the great contributions Ray made for others.


Matt Nathan posted on 7/1/21

I know the entire Navy family is saddened for Ray’s loss but think of the difference he made for so many who were inspired by his leadership and welcoming attitude. His legacy of outreach and giving will live on in those he touched and there will be a young man or woman who will be better off in times to come for those who served with Ray and embraced his leadership lessons. He was the embodiment of an Officer and Gentleman who’s devotion to family and dedication to service above self set true North for all. Tammy and my prayers to Patti and the family. You are in our thoughts.


Albert Del Page posted on 7/1/21

James you a colorful guy. Will never forget the times we hung out together in Columbus, Ohio. Thanks for being part of my youth. I will never forget that time.



Richard Massey posted on 7/1/21

Columbus, Ohio will always remember you, James.


Mary Taraskiewicz NMCP CT posted on 7/1/21

One of the kindest radiologists we have ever worked with. I am sorry for your loss.


Frederick E Franklin posted on 7/1/21

Bill was an honorable man, an avid sailor, a mentor, and a raconteur.


Donna Pekar posted on 7/1/21

My Condolences on the loss of your mother. I enjoyed bowling in the tournaments. Pittsburgh vs Williamsburg.


Pastor Jim Cobb posted on 7/1/21

Please give my email to Patti and Jeff....Jim Cobb


Pastor Jim Cobb posted on 7/1/21

Patti and Jeff just saw the notice. We have wonderful memories of your time at First Lutheran, Norfolk. While we lived briefly in Williamsburg, we have moved back to Norfolk. Peace and blessings to you all


Howard Hightower posted on 7/1/21

So sorry to hear of Ray's passing. He was a great friend and an excellent Radiologist. I am grateful having had the privilege of knowing him. He will be missed.


Kim Galbreath posted on 7/1/21

Dear Patti and family. I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Ray at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth. Ray was a joy to work with. He always had the best interest of the patients and staff at the forefront. A wonderful man with a great sense of humor gone too soon. May all your cherished memories bring you comfort. My sincere condolences.


Pete Kopacz posted on 6/30/21

Patti, I am so sorry to hear about you loss. Ray was a great guy, mentor and Naval Officer. I fondly remember the numerous conversations we had and his gentle and kind demeanor. He inspired so many people. I certainly enjoyed working with him.


Larry Seible, CAPT, MSC, USN (RET) posted on 6/30/21

What a shock and a loss. Ray and I served together at Naval Hospital, Portsmouth having morning coffee together and attending daily Director's meetings for many years. I even played golf with Ray when he was just beginning. He would always say, "a good day of golf was finding more balls than you lost". Ray was a great leader, an outstanding naval officer, a dedicated doctor, but most of all he was a better person. Gone way too soon. My thoughts are with Patti, Jeff and the rest of his family.


Jessica Shade posted on 6/30/21

Our thoughts are with you and your family. We are honored to hear the warm stories of Bill and know that his memory will live on.


Dennis Rowley posted on 6/30/21

Patti and Jeff - Ray made me proud to be a Naval Medical Officer. He was the epitome of leadership by example, with boundless compassion, wisdom and total absence of ego. I will never forget the Captain and will hold him, and his wonderful family in my heart forever. Dennis


CAPT Martin L. Snyder MC USN (ret) posted on 6/30/21

My deepest sympathies to the Bozman family on their loss. I had the pleasure of serving with Ray for many years at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth when he was the Deputy Commander and I was a Senior Staff Surgeon. He was my go to radiologist, and the epitome of a Naval Officer. He was the first person to call me to congratulate me on being selected for O-6 and I never forgot it. He was so well respected that many of us on the staff travelled to Camp LeJeune to attend his Assumption of Command. Our loss was their gain, but I know how much he enjoyed his time with the Marines. He will be missed. Fair Winds and Following Seas.


Theresa Oldham posted on 6/30/21

Patti, Lynn and I are so sorry to hear about Ray’s passing. I know we have not kept in contact, but I think about the two of you often. The years we spent as neighbors were some of my favorites. Ray was a brilliant man and such a kind, generous person.


Anne Schwab posted on 6/30/21

I am so so sorry to hear about Ray. My thoughts go out to Patti and Jeff-


Ann & Scott Rhodes posted on 6/30/21

Our thoughts and prayers go out to you, Patti & Jeff.


Kim and Rick Bevan posted on 6/30/21

Rodney will be forever missed. He was our dear friend for so many years. We will always treasure our memories of camping or just sitting in the yard having great conversations and laughter. He was a friend to all who knew him. RIP our friend. Kim and Rick Bevan.


CAPT David Del Vecchio, MC, USN (Ret.) posted on 6/30/21

My sincere condolences on Ray's passing. He was a great man; the best of the best! It was an honor to have served with him, and under him, for many years at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth. The world has lost him much too soon and is greatly diminished by his loss.


CAPT David Del Vecchio, MC, USN (Ret.) posted on 6/30/21

My most sincere condolences on Ray's passing. He was a great man; the best of the best! It was an honor for me to serve with him, and under him, for many years at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth. The world has lost him much too soon and is greatly diminished by his loss.


Megan Turnage posted on 6/29/21

Some of my best memories as a child were with this man. He was always Uncle Rodney to me and all the kids at Nana Mary's house. He was loved and will be missed by so many. Prayers and love to my Richardson family.


Katherine K. posted on 6/26/21

Rita - I’m sorry to hear about your mother’s passing. Much love to you and George.


Gale & Jim Turi posted on 6/26/21

Dear Dr Roberts: With heart felt prayers for your loss. May the Lord comfort you as only He can.



Linda Bauknight Franklin posted on 6/25/21

Love you dad.


Barbara Johnston posted on 6/25/21

I met Fran at Burnt Ordinary in Toano, Stonehouse Presbyterian church volunteers came to visit every month to share a meal and play bingo. Fran was one of our most active participants and we all grew to love her, such a beautiful person and so interesting to talk to her. We were all sad when she had to move to the nursing home. She always asked about your family and was truly interested in our lives. I will never forgot her and so sorry for your loss, Barbara Johnston


HELEN HOLLOWELL posted on 6/24/21

My deepest condolences to my cousins Frank and Pete Kanelos. Aunt Helen had always been a positive impact in my life. Very supportive in my life choices as a flight attendant and real estate agent! She would give me a huge hug and kiss me and say “Bravo” with her Greek accent. We became very close when my brother was stricken with a serious decease. She fought for him to get the best specialists at VCU. She and my cousin Frank were by my mom and My side when my brother passed. When I moved to Wmsbg she took me under her wing . We would Go shopping ,going to lunch ,having Greek coffees and Greek sweets to dinners either at my house or cooking lessons on bread making and Greek cookies or her famous Lemon Chicken soup at her home. I am forever grateful to have had her in my life. I will always cherish the memories and the warmth she shared from her heart. God sure does have a beautiful angel . I will miss you deeply and will always speak of you fondly❤️



Bobby Burlingame posted on 6/23/21

Sorry for your loss


Sean OHalloran posted on 6/21/21

To Robin and family, I am tremendously sorry for your loss and my thoughts are with each of at this truly difficult time.



Sarah and Jim Grossman posted on 6/20/21

We are truly sorry that we are unable to be with the Kanelos/Kokolis families at this time of sorrow. Please be assured that Helen and you are in our thoughts and prayers.


Andrew and Angella Henne posted on 6/20/21

From our home to yours, many prayers and condolences for Jeffrey and his family. Robin, we are here for you and, Jeffrey, our prayers, good energy and vibes always headed your way kid. Love from all of us here. God bless.


Andrew posted on 6/19/21

Deepest condolences to the family and those who knew Jeffrey. May his soul rest in peace.


Erin Friday Lamberti posted on 6/19/21

There's no fancy words to help make this easier. But just know my heart is grieving for you all. I'm here always and will continue praying. Rest easy now, Jeffrey.


Martha S. Marakos-Holt posted on 6/19/21

From our family to yours, our deepest condolences. Helen was a wonderful woman and friend to our family and will be dearly missed by all. Love Bill & Nancy Marakos and Martha Marakos-Holt and family


Will and Jill Yates posted on 6/17/21

We are so sorry for your loss. We so appreciated all he did for our community, his commitment to our pool especially ❤️ He will be missed greatly



Deborah Richardson posted on 6/17/21

Sending u my deepest condolences to u and your family! Prayers and hugs!


Terri Ezzell posted on 6/17/21

No words can make this bearable. I cannot imagine what you all are going through. Prayers for you all. So sorry for your loss!



Judy Sanderson posted on 6/17/21

Sending my deepest condolences to you and your family



Lois Hester posted on 6/17/21

Jeffrey was a delightful young man. He was friendly, knowledgeable about many things, and a joy to be around.


Vicki Vawter and the Bluffs Board and Neighborhood posted on 6/17/21

We at the Williamsburg Bluffs will miss Jeffery and send our heartfelt prayers, thoughts, and hugs to you both and your family. He was such a sweet young man with a big heart and such a desire to make help out whenever he could. Please know that we are all here for you if you need anything and look forward to celebrating his life later at, where else but the pool of course :) And I believe he will be there with us when we do.


Your Friends at Goodmanagement posted on 6/16/21

At times like this, there are no perfect words to express how much we care. Please know that each of us is deeply saddened to hear that you have been stricken by one of life’s worst tragedies. Above all, the loss of a child can compare to no other grief. And as for you Aaron, for one so young to lose a brother is a life-changing moment. Our heartfelt condolences to your entire family in their time of grief. We know that Jeffrey’s’ legacy will remain eternal in your hearts and to others who read this I hope it is a reminder that what makes us different, makes us beautiful. What a boring world it would be if we were all just alike.


Jessica Ann Tokarz posted on 6/16/21

Dr. Pitman was my doctor for a few years. I was seeing him regarding my vein health in my legs. His receptionist actually back in 2012 when I got married made my husband James and I a wedding gift. He was such a nice fella and he knew my Great Aunt Jeanne Etheridge. (Etheridge is my maiden name). My condolences and prayers go out to his wife and family!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️



Capt. Jack J. Perkuhn posted on 6/15/21

Fair winds and following seas.


Joanna Curtis posted on 6/14/21

I had the privilege of working with Dr Simal in Illinois. He will be remembered for his kindness compassion and quick wit May he rest in peace


Taiwo Ande posted on 6/14/21

Thank you for raising wonderful children I’ve been blessed to know and share life experiences with. May your memories bring comfort and peace to the family and everyone you left behind.


Ed and Carol Bayne posted on 6/14/21

Carol and I first met Bobbe at Bruton Parish Episcopal Church in Williamsburg where we were church members ... we sat together many, many and many more Sundays in the rear balcony of the church ... we enjoyed refreshments together at the George Tucker House and visited together at the Bruton Parish Gift Store as Bobbe volunteered at both locations ... finally we had the honor to attend her 90th Birthday Party at her home this past November ... Bobbe, you will forever be missed but as I am sure you have confirmed by now ... we will all be reunited again ... Carol and I send Hugs to our Special Church Friend Bobbe now in God's Heaven ... !!!!


Marianne Herzog posted on 6/13/21

I’m so sorry to hear of this loss, met Cathy thru the years of knowing LeeAnn from work years ago, she was a special lady , wife, mom and grandmother, prayers and sending strength to all the family.


Betty Twining posted on 6/13/21

Cathy will leave such a void in John and the family's lives. She was a special sister in law to me. When we could visit she always made me feel welcome. Cathy is with her Savior in heaven and all pain and forgetfulness is gone.


Jim Eckels posted on 6/12/21

John, so sorry for your loss. Heartfelt thoughts to you and your family.


Joseph & Barbara Wardach posted on 6/12/21

So sorry for your loss. Praying for God's comfort to your hearts.


Ricardo M Vidallon posted on 6/9/21

George was my boss for many years at CBN. Above all, George was the most, kind, caring, gentle spirit I had ever had the privilege of knowing and working with.


Stacey Johnson posted on 6/7/21

Carmen was a ray of light! She was loving, fiesty, funny, and determined! There was no convincing her of something other than what she already knew... but she would blow the best kisses and winks at you to throw you off. She was so precious you couldn't help but love her. She loved singing especially the national anthem of Puerto Rico! She loved dancing and her laughter could light up a room! I've missed seeing her and talking to her over the past year. She will be greatly missed! My heart and prayer for you both and your families. It was a pleasure being able to see the love she had for both of you.


Ryan Jones posted on 6/6/21

What a beautiful tribute in the obituary, and truer words never spoken. John never thought of himself, he would give you his last penny and then give you a ride to wherever you wanted to spend it. I only knew John for a short time, but influence and friendship are not measured in minutes, but in authenticity. This world has lost a light, and, speaking personally,I will always treasure John's memory, as well as the things he taught me about how to conduct my life. Rest in peace, my friend. I have faith we will meet again.


Chasity Hayden posted on 6/6/21

John you were such a beautiful person inside and out. You had a heart of gold and deserved the world. Im glad I got to call you a friend and experienced your sweet soul !. I'm going to miss you so much , I pray you found peace , God is lucky to have you. I love you man , Rest easy !.


Rhonda Tyson posted on 6/6/21

Beth played a key architectural role building the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown. Her level headed problem solving was much appreciated. I'm sure there were so many other building projects where she contributed her considerable skills. Since I retired I've been out of the loop, but saw her obit in the paper. I sincerely send the Hopkes and members of the firm my condolences as I do Beth's family.


Monika Rogers Armstrong posted on 6/6/21

My condolences to Odell’s family. Odell and I worked together at Canon for 14 years My heartfelt condolences to Odell’s family. We worked together at Canon. He was an awesome person and I will always remember his kindness and hard work. My condolences to all of Odell’s family.


Ivy Sanders posted on 6/5/21

Hey - I know that you don't know me, but I got to know Stephen at UMW. We were in German class together, and we were both prius pals. From what I knew of him, he was such a kind person with a wonderful sense of humor who loved to make others happy. He always encouraged me to do well in class and also helped me a lot. I'm beyond sad to see him have to go, but I just want you to know that he had a big impact on my life even if we didn't know each other for a long time. Because of that, I will always carry his legacy with me.


Marti Easton posted on 6/4/21

Dear Nancy and family, I was deeply saddened to hear of Chuck’s death. I have such wonderful memories of him being the life of the party. It was always so much fun to be around you two. I will always remember him smiling and enjoying himself. My love to you Nancy. Marti


Mary Tudor posted on 6/4/21

Kim and Stevie. Heaven received a very special man. He was a pleasure to have around to talk with and hear his Music. I will always remember and love the nights he played his trumpet. Rob and I are truly sorry. Prayers and hugs. Love you.


Cathy and Chappy posted on 6/2/21

Dear Dr. Roberts and Family, Although I never met Stephen, I felt like I knew him from all the photos and stories you shared of this wonderful young man. Our prayers are now for you to find peace knowing Stephen is in heaven watching over you.


Sherry Lovelace posted on 6/2/21

Remember the trains and his laugh when James did his chipmunk grape cheeks ... such a kind man Praying for you both love y’all


Steven Chisholm posted on 6/1/21

Dr. Roberts and family, we are absolutely heartbroken to learn of Stephen’s passing, a truly special young man from a truly special family. We can only hope that the love we send from our family to yours helps in the same way your gift of love to ours has through the years. We love you dearly. The Chisholm family (Val, Debbie and Steve)


Julio Da Silva posted on 6/1/21

Our deep condolences for your loss of your loved one. Although I did not have the privilege of meeting ‘Bob’ he seems to have been a kind and generous man. It is our honor to be named in the list of memorial gifts and know and trust that you will be notified when a gift is received on Mr. Robert McBurney Hayes’ behalf. Know also, that we, at The Salvation Army are here to be of service to you and your family during this difficult time and into the future.


Angela App posted on 6/1/21

You were my best friend, my shoulder in hard times. I am going to miss you so much. You were the sunshine in my very cloudy day.. and i love you more than words can say. I just hope you found your peace and know that you were well loved. i love you JJ - angie


Steve Kluber posted on 6/1/21

Sorry cousin for your loss



Carmen Hogge posted on 6/1/21

Dearest Kate, I just stumbled over your son's obituary on the computer by accident. My heart stopped. I am at a complete loss for words. There are none. My heart breaks for you as I know how much you love your children. Please know that I share in your sorrow and that I will continually lift you and your family up in prayer for comfort and healing. I pray that you will feel God's presence and that He will give you PEACE!


Christa Herndon posted on 6/1/21

Elizabeth, I am so sorry to hear of your father's passing. My prayers are with you and your mother. May God grant you both His comfort and peace as you go through the days and weeks ahead.


tailar hudson posted on 6/1/21

my favorite buddy always there when i needed a friend i love and miss you man



Kecia posted on 5/31/21

you always knew how to put a smile on my face when I was having a bad day you will be terrible missed praying for the weiland family



Raymond L. Weiland posted on 5/31/21

Proud of you and your accomplishments John. You showed a kindness and love to others around you and would always help those around you in need.


Will Todd posted on 5/30/21

I'm so sorry for your loss. Much love to you all, Will


John Daly posted on 5/30/21

Kim and Stephanie, I have fond memories of your parents from both Williamsburg and London when they visited in the late seventies, early eighties. We met at one of the swankiest private clubs in London. The first thing your father said to me that evening was, "JD, your money is no good this evening." I had never heard that term before! We proceeded to have the finest meal, accompanied by wonderful conversation and a little too much of a very good wine! I was sad when your mother passed and am equally sad at your Dad's passing. Carol was a lovely woman. He was a lovely man. It is easy to see that you and Stephanie are their children Please accept my sincere, heartfelt condolences on your loss.


Vickie Robertson posted on 5/30/21

Words cannot express how I felt when I heard this sad news. Only God can heal this pain. May the Lord’s loving arms surround you at this time.


Kristin Cosby posted on 5/30/21

I am so sorry for your tremendous loss. I was privileged to be one of Stephen's high school teachers and will always remember him as talented, funny, and kind.


Kris Fox Dippre Brown posted on 5/29/21

What an intelligent, talented man, and hey, a really nice guy. I met Mr. DeSamper before I started working at CW, when my mother was taking school groups around, and I would drive up after classes at CNU and hang out for the afternoon. I would usually see Hugh out doing something. Then I got to know him better when I also became an employee in 1976. He was truly dedicated to the CW mission and it was appreciated. He will be truly missed.


Allison Jeffrey posted on 5/29/21

Dear Kim and Stephanie, I am so sorry to hear of the death of your father. My most cherished memory of him was the day when I skipped school with my friend Anne Harrison. My parents weren’t around and after hanging out at my house we walked to Jamestown Road and, feeling like happy fugitives, we stuck out our thumbs to hitch a ride to Merchants Square. It was a bright spring day and we were liberated! A car pulled over immediately and we climbed in, congratulating ourselves on our luck. Within seconds, I realized with a shock that the driver was your father. He was wearing sun glasses and he looked straight ahead at the road. My heart was thumping. I stared at the floor. Maybe he wouldn’t recognize me and wouldn’t know to tell my parents. After all, it had been a few years since he’d seen me. We took the two-minute ride in total silence. He pulled up in front of the Wigwam and as Anne and I scrambled out of the car, he said, “Goodbye, Anne. Goodbye, Allison”. “You know him too?”, I said to Anne, as your dad drove off. “All my life”, she answered. We assumed he would quickly call our parents to “tattle” on their disobedient kids. We waited for our punishment. It never happened. Your father did not “tell” on us. I had always really liked him, but after that experience, I loved him. As time passed, I realized that he must have understood what it was like to be young, high-spirited and looking for fun. Perhaps, more than that, he was a father, who saw his friend’s teenage kids hitch-hiking and he picked us up to keep us safe. He had the grace to know the balance between protecting our safety and our spirit. I remember him with great warmth and my thoughts are with you in your time of loss. If either of you get to NYC, please contact me. It would be wonderful to see you. Love, Allison



Delo Bloomfield posted on 5/29/21

My heart goes out to you, his dad and sister. May God hold you close. I am so so sorry.



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Pamela Davis posted on 5/28/21

Elizabeth, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your father. You always spoke very fondly of your father, and being a "daddy's girl." My prayers and condolences to you and your family.


Mary Lou Clark posted on 5/28/21

I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Stephen. I have made a donation to Bruton Parish Church in his honor. My Sincere Condolences to his family.


Vanessa Frazier posted on 5/28/21

Doctor Roberts my condolences goes out to you and your family.


Matthew and Tracie Stauch posted on 5/28/21

Dear Fitton Family, We read about Stephen yesterday and recalled him as a young classmate and friend or our son, Grant. We remember him being so smart and sweet, but had lost touch over these past few years. We are thinking of you and praying for you.


Danny C. posted on 5/28/21

I knew Stephen in high school and considered him a good friend of mine for many years. He was an incredibly kind and funny person. I'll always remember laughing with him walking around Colonial Williamsburg. I hope he's at peace, and I'll always remember him with a smile on my face.


Cindy Brown posted on 5/28/21

Kim and Stephanie, your father was a German who lived life to the fullest. He always had a smile on his face and was never afraid to say “I Love you” to those dear to him. We were lucky to have him in our lives. Sending you Love and prayers for peace. Cindy


Kim DeSamper Goldsmith posted on 5/27/21

Dr Robert’s, you have been so kind to my father that it breaks my heart to hear of the loss of your son. May wonderful memories help you heal.


Monica Rettig posted on 5/27/21

Dr. Roberts and Fitton family, I was so saddened to read of the loss of your son, Stephen. My deepest condolences go out to all of you. I will keep you in my prayers as you travel this lonely road of grief. From what I have read here it is clear that he was a special person who touched others in many kind ways.


Kathy Brummitt posted on 5/27/21

Elizabeth, I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your mom!


Joan Courson posted on 5/27/21

So sad. I'll miss his hugs when he would visit the St. George Tucker House. He was always a pleasure to talk to. Just a sweet young man. Rest in peace.


Cathy wWilliams posted on 5/27/21

God bless you Stephen. I pray you are with Jesus now -be at peace.


Gary Fitton posted on 5/27/21

Grandma & Pop-Pop will always treasure the memories of good times with Stephen! God comfort Kate and Steve and Charlotte.


Joshua Puckett posted on 5/27/21

Love you all and are praying for you!


Amy Haley posted on 5/27/21

I am deeply sorry for your loss. All my love and hope to you for strength in your grief.


Julia Keefer Keefer posted on 5/27/21

Our hearts break as we watch this beautiful service for Stevie, sustained by faith and inspired by your courage. Love to all from the Keefer cousins


Katherine T Ellam posted on 5/27/21

Dear Dr. Kate, Stephen, and Charlotte, I am so sorry for your loss. I remember his birth.. My heartfelt ♥prayers go out to you all on this very sad day. Prayers and love Kathy Ellam, Cape Cod, Massachusetts


Peter & Barbara Roberts posted on 5/27/21

Thinking of you and your family.


KarenDowning posted on 5/27/21

Dr. Roberts, You and your family are in our prayers.


Suzanne Stern posted on 5/27/21

Our deepest condolences to all. Suzanne Stern and Bill, Erika, and Emily Beneke


Sarah Allred posted on 5/27/21

I will never forgot him and our little team in German in middle school he was such a sweet guy and he will be missed


Ruth Winters posted on 5/27/21

Dear Dr Roberts I send my sincere condolences to you and your family.


Samantha Klimczak posted on 5/27/21

After singing together in middle school choir and join high school events he lit up the room in a way others just didn’t. We had a small choir class in middle school of about 7 or 8 of us and always looked out for him when I could if he needed anything. Stephen was a light in the life of many but especially to a close friend and coworker of mine, it was so sweet to see them so happy and close. Will be missed so much


Kendall Guse posted on 5/27/21

Dear Fitton Family, I was a classmate and friend of Stephen’s at JHS. Of course there were those closer to him than me, but he was one of the few people who always extended kindness to me, to which I was and will be always be grateful for that. I sang alongside him in choir, and had the privilege of engaging in fun and genuine conversation with him when I would see him. I have fond memories of the choir trips running around Universal Studios, and walking late nights in New York. It pains me to know that Stephen is no longer with us and that the world is robbed of his presence. I found out today right as I happened to be getting ready to lead a group at church in the hymn ‘Abide With Me.’ The words of this hymn felt right for this moment and I thought of Stephen as I sang them: “ Abide with me, fast falls the eventide. The darkness deepens; Lord, with me abide. When other helpers fail and comforts flee, Help of the helpless, O abide with me. I fear no foe with Thee at hand to bless; Ills have no weight and tears no bitterness. Where is death's sting? Where, grave, thy victory? I triumph still if Thou abide with me. Hold Thou Thy cross before my closing eyes; Shine through the gloom, and point me to the skies. Heav'n's morning breaks, and earth's vain shadows flee; In life, in death, O Lord, abide with me.“ I can’t even imagine what you as a family must be feeling at this moment and I want to leave my condolences and prayers with you all during this time. I know Jesus has met Stephen with open arms to welcome him home, and that he is abiding in the arms of his Heavenly Father. I pray that the wounds of absence heal and I pray for peace and comfort in the this time of trouble. My heart weighs heavy today...


Meghan and Camden Lunsford posted on 5/26/21

Prayers and love being sent to your family.


Leonora Reiley posted on 5/26/21

I remember Stephe’s exuberance when it came to literature and advanced grammar in my AP Lit. class at Jamestown. His quirky, inquisitive spirit will be sorely missed.


Lanosha Jordan posted on 5/26/21

Elizabeth, I'm so sorry for your loss. I pray for comfort and peace for you and your family.


Dawn Bonner posted on 5/26/21

I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your son Steven. He was my great nephew Malik's college roommate and I always heard kind things from my nephew about your son. Please know that my family and I are praying strength and peace over you and your family during this difficult time.


David Hopkinson posted on 5/26/21

Dr. Roberts and family, I read today with deep sympathy the obituary for your son Stephen. I only "knew" him from his picture on your office desk, which you embellished with brief brags slipped into my medical consultations with you over the past several years. I can imagine few more painful tragedies for mature adults than to have one of our children pre-decease us. Stephan was at the threshold of his coming of age debut! I am so sorry for this loss to yourself and all his loved ones.


Mary Frances & Jimmy Newsome posted on 5/26/21

Betty, We will miss seeing both you and Bob at the Newsome family reunion {if we have another get-together}. We are very sorry for your loss. We know Bob is with God and other loved ones. He will be there with open arms to greet you some day.


Eric Joss posted on 5/26/21

Dr. Roberts and family, I was greatly saddened to learn of Stephen's passing. Please accept my sincere condolences on your loss. You are in my prayers.


Lee De Groft posted on 5/26/21

Stephen and his crew of four were mainstays in the JHS library and always brought happiness. His steel sharp brain and gentle heart were always present. I will so miss his dear soul.


Nanny Fi posted on 5/26/21

Kate, Steve & Charlotte my heart is breaking for all of you. As “Little Steve’s” former nanny I am absolutely devastated for all of you. Stephen was an absolute delight to look after & it was a privilege to be part of his life. I have many fond memories from our time together from taking him to the cinema, Busch Gardens, playing & reading up in the playroom, he was always full of joy & laughter. His star will shine bright up above & be forever watching over us. Lots of love Nanny Fi x


Jim Helmick posted on 5/26/21

My deepest condolences to the Pryke family on Cindy's passing. She was a unique and kind soul, one of my closest friends and like the sister that I never had. No one could make me laugh like Cindy could, not even to this day. I'll always have fond memories of car pooling to Christopher Newport College, studying, working together and later starting up a business, and hanging out on weekends and just talking for hours. I know that she is now in a better place and at peace.


Sarah Chartier posted on 5/26/21

Dear Fitton family, I was a friend of your sons. Not a best friend or super duper close but a friend. I was lucky enough to share classes, choir, and other activities with him. He was always super bright and funny and welcoming. He had a talent for music and poetry as well as math and that’s from the amount that I knew him from. It’s been really hard for me to imagine/understand that he’s gone. I can’t even imagine how it is for you all, and I am so sorry for your loss. All in all, I know he was dearly loved and is dearly missed. Sending you comfort in prayers


Riley E posted on 5/26/21

I knew Stephen in high school. Stephen was such an impressive person. He showed me his writing, and I genuinely believed he had a natural talent. I was always moved by his works. His singing was a joy to listen to. We sometimes would sing or harmonize together. He was also such a kind person. His loving memory will be held fondly in my heart. My condolences for such a great loss.


Cheryl Scanlan posted on 5/26/21

Kate , Stephen & Charlotte , Our hearts ache for all of you in the loss of this amazing an talented young man. He will be missed by many. Please know our thoughts an prayers are with you at this time. Praying the Lord surrounds you in His love and comfort you with His peace. Love Cheri & Kevin Scanlan


Olivia Garrett posted on 5/26/21

Although I knew Stephen for a short time, my time with him was filled with joy and laughter. He always made the Jamestown Youth Choir such an amazing place to be, and I missed him when he graduated. I am truly heartbroken to hear of his passing, and my heart goes out to his family for this tragic loss. Stephen, you were always the best of us, and I will miss you more than you know.


John/Jessica Dafashy posted on 5/25/21

Steve, Kate and Charlotte, our hearts break for you. We remember him as Stevie, that sparkling little boy from Scouts, wise beyond his years and full of kindness and fun. Please know we are thinking of you and holding you up in prayer. With deepest sympathy, The Dafashys-John, Jessica, Aaron and Nat


Stacey posted on 5/25/21

Praying for Steve, Kate, Charlotte and all who are missing Stephen.


Caroline L posted on 5/25/21

I have many memories of seeing Stephen sing at Church. His light will live on in the hearts of many.



Cindy Brown posted on 5/25/21

I’m praying over you all for peace and healing with the devastating loss of Stephen


Tim Beasley posted on 5/24/21

I met "Big Wally' Riley at his surprsie 70th birthday party at the Holiday Inn Patriot. His sons hired me to come in as "General Patton" for a fun "roast" and he was greatly surprised! I enjoyed meeting him and family, I thought he was a grand fellow! So sorry to learn of his passing here some 8 years later. Peace and comfort to all of his family and many friends.


June Hagee posted on 5/24/21

Sorry to hear of Jim’s passing, Michele. I so enjoyed reading the obituary and learning more about his life than our family knew. It also brought back good memories. My best to you & your family.


Claire and Mike Jacobs posted on 5/23/21

We have just learned of Jim’s homegoing this morning and our hearts ache even as we rejoice knowing he is laughing and telling stories with Jesus. Jim and Linda were important parts of our faith journey when we were in a small group together a number of years ago. They cared for us and prayed for us and our daughters. We often quoted Jim’s observation “nothing good happens after midnight” when they begged to have their curfews extended. He was a dear, dear man. Our hearts are with Linda and all the family!


Jay Templin posted on 5/22/21

I’m so sorry to hear of Marion’s passing. I only met her a couple of times, but she was a nice lady.


Sherry Gooding posted on 5/20/21

Bill, I just learned of Lynn's passing and I am heartbroken. We were wonderful childhood friends and Ronnie and I thoroughly enjoyed our dinner with you a few years ago. You were wonderful hosts. Please accept our deepest sympathy and know you and your family will be held in prayer for comfort as you continue to learn to live without this shining light named Nancy Lynn Hurst Kellam. She will always be in my heart.


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Bill Wertman posted on 5/20/21

So, so sorry to hear this sad news, Rita. I’ve been reflecting back on the time Larry and I lived together for awhile in Summersville, and on our times growing up in South Park. Larry will be greatly missed. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.


Suzanne Beaulieu posted on 5/19/21

So sorry for your loss. He will be greatly missed. R.I.P. Tom.


Paul and Jane posted on 5/19/21

Very sorry to receive this email message. Our condolences to all the family. Yes we remember her and you all from many memorable years ago in Virginia. Our love and best prayers for you all. Paul & Jane S.


Lynnette T Hyde posted on 5/19/21

My sincere condolences to the Pryke family for the loss of Cindy. Our time working together are among some of my most enjoyable memories at LandAmerica.


Shirley (Hackney) Daft posted on 5/18/21

So sorry for your lost. My thoughts and prayers are with you.


Rita Staley Friend posted on 5/18/21

So sorry Rita and family. You are in my prayers !❤️


Bonnie Sell posted on 5/18/21

I've known Larry since 3rd grade at Westover Elementary. Always kind,always funny...that was Larry. I pray for all his loved ones he left....RIP my dear friend


Bonnie Sell posted on 5/18/21

I grew up w/Larry since 3rd grade at Westover Elementary. He was a great person and always making a joke. I knew his family as well...good people. Prayers for all he left behind.


John P McHale posted on 5/17/21

I only knew Al for the past four years since I moved to Patriots Colony.  But I treasured his memories of people that worked with him and I in BUWEPS  and the Naval Air Systems Command in the late 1960's.  I am sure that the Seapower archives can find references to Al accomplishments.


Jay posted on 5/17/21

I was very saddened by Cindy's passing. We really miss her presence on our work team. She always brought so much fun and humor to our meetings, and certainly creative passion to her projects. I am praying for all of you in this season of loss.


Corky andDonald Lee Terrell posted on 5/16/21

Last night we finally read the paper and learned of Jim’s passing. Know that it makes us sad to read about his life. Our love and prayers are going to you and your family. We treasure our memories and wish each of you the best.


Tammy Smith posted on 5/16/21

So sorry for your loss. My thoughts ad prayers are with you at this difficult time.


Ruth & Larry Brownley, Sr. posted on 5/15/21

Thoughts & prayers for you & family!


Dave Rosenbaum posted on 5/14/21

May Tom's memory be a blessing......Dave Rosenbaum and the Sylvan family


Donna Young (Waller) posted on 5/13/21

I am so sorry to see that Bill passed. I was his secretary in the 70s at MILPERCEN in the Hoffman Buildings. My name is Donna Young (Waller). He was a great boss and I enjoyed working with him. Such a people person! My prayers and condolences go out to the family. RIP Bill.


Mary-Lyons Hanks posted on 5/13/21

Matt and Lindsey, We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our prayers. Much love, Chris, Mary-Lyons, and Lindsay


Mary-Lyons Hanks posted on 5/13/21

Matt and Lindsey, We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Much love, Chris and Mary-Lyons


Helen Zadarlik Cousins posted on 5/12/21

I only knew Bobbe for 3 years but I will always remember her. She alway had a smile and left a smile on everyone she interacted with. More recently she would stop by the St George Tucker house after Sunday service for a refreshment and conversation and she always had stories to tell me. She was a special person. I can see her now, sweeping the stairs leading her up to heaven.


Marie Bond posted on 5/12/21

It was always a pleasure to be with Bobbe at the Tucker House, her sweet smile and willingness to serve our guests and she made sure the porch and steps were perfect. I will miss her so much, what a wonderful lady.


Karen Hartman posted on 5/12/21

A bright light radiated from this sweet lady through her ready smile and sparkling eyes. That sparkle is now a star in the night sky watching over us. The warmth of her spirit will be in my heart always.


Linda posted on 5/11/21

We are so sorry for your loss. Cindy was wonderful to work with at LexisNexis and we will certainly miss her warmth, professionalism and special sense of humor. -the LexisNexis Family


Lauren Niebuhr posted on 5/11/21

I had the pleasure of sharing some time with Bobbe at the St. George Tucker House in Colonial Williamsburg. Her good nature and kindness with guests and co-volunteers, in addition to her willingness to sweep the Tucker steps and walk in ANY weather, are my warm memories of Bobbe. Peace to the Redding family.


chris skutans posted on 5/11/21

Such a beautiful soul! I will miss her kind words and hugs after church, and the cards I received on my birthday. I'm a better person just for knowing her. She will be missed.


Felicia Williams posted on 5/10/21

Ms. Elpitha and the rest of the family. I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Mr. Paparis. I am Dr. S former secretary, Felicia. You and your family were a delight to serve. Rest in the comfort that he is with Jesus. I pray the comfort of Jesus cover you all.


Carol Ann Tooley (Hall) posted on 5/10/21

Beautiful lady inside and out. Always smiling. Never met a stranger. She exemplified her faith. She will be missed by many.


Jean Nohle posted on 5/9/21

Am so sorry for your loss. Always enjoyed working with her in class!!


nancy kennedy posted on 5/9/21

Maurice and I were devastated to hear of Jim's passing. Even though he had been sick for a long time it is hard to imagine him gone. He was such a bright spark. We will miss him forever. Our condolences and love to his family in this terrible time. Nancy and Maurice



Robert & Sharon Southard posted on 5/8/21

Our deepest condolences to family & friends...This world is a better place because Betty was here. Betty will be greatly missed by all who knew her...


John Simoudis posted on 5/7/21

Elias always had a special place in my heart and from the moment I met him, we had a special connection, either talking about stocks, or just life. We used to email each other alot and I enjoyed it very much. Lackey has a great soul, and I can tell he rubbed off on everyone, thats why he has an exceptional wife and daughter, and of course son-in-law and grandkids. I will miss our brief moments together, but will always smile when thinking of Elias. My sincere condolences....Johnny Simoudis.


Gregg Crane posted on 5/7/21

Jim was a generous, funny, sharp, and kind friend. I will miss him more than I can say.


Lanny Stout Freeland posted on 5/7/21

Loved this beautiful Christian woman so much. She will be dearly missed by me and everyone. She was my Aunt Betty but I called her my “second mama”. She was always there for me when I needed yo talk. Aunt Betty i will miss you so so much! ❤️ D


Kyra Cook posted on 5/7/21

Michele. Twenty years ago this month I graduated from LHT with James. I was just thinking about this the other day. I am so glad I got to know you both. May his memory bring you joy, always. And may you friends and family be a source of comfort for you. Be well. -Kyra


Gregg and Jen Pfeffer posted on 5/7/21

We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family.


Kris & Lauren Bauer posted on 5/7/21

A beautiful tribute to a kind and impressive man. May he rest in peace with God. Our deepest sympathy to Elpitha, Rosa, Paul, Theo and Tommy. May you all find peace and comfort in the many memories you shared with dear Elias. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.


Rob & Kara Cacchione posted on 5/7/21

Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. God Bless


Mike KORCZOWSKI posted on 5/7/21

Jim was the greatest brother-in-law. The greatest. I am thankful I got to tell him so. Jim would smile easily . He was surrounded by a beautiful, loving family; and a wonderful dear circle of friends. Michele and Jim belonged together, and they gave their all to each other. I thought Jim always retained that dry amusement and understanding to what life dishes out. Jim was a very strong man. “ Garden as if you’ll live forever. “ Jim had the strength to do that.


John & Tatum Stockard posted on 5/7/21

Our condolences to the grieving family. Gone from our sight, but never from our hearts. Heartfelt thoughts go out to you in this time of sorrow.


Scott and Kandace Lyons posted on 5/7/21

Sending our thoughts and prayers to Rosa and family in this difficult time.


Karla Paris and Family posted on 5/7/21

Our deepest sympathies are being sent to Rosa and her family on the loss of such a beloved man. We are praying for peace for you all.


Bill and Christina Nacopoulos posted on 5/7/21

A most kind, generous, joyful, faithful, and noble gentleman, a wonderful provider to his family and to many in need. A role model to us all. He will be remembered and missed by all whose lives he touched. May God grant strength to his family and may his memory be eternal. Αἰωνία ἡ μνήμη,


Thanasi and Maria Velalis posted on 5/7/21

Elias known to us as Simbethero was a wonderful husband and father. He was strong, strict, but had a huge heart. He loved his family and his faith in God unconditionally. We loved him Very much and will miss him terribly. May his legacy be carried within us all. May His Memory Be Eternal.


Joe Cross posted on 5/6/21

James was a talented Landscape Architect who I will miss as a friend and co-collaborator for over thirty-five years. We last talked over a year ago and I sensed he was struggling. He asked if I had any projects coming up and to remember that he would be available, if I did. Then he added, "But I don't know for how long", before smiling his impish grin.



Eric New posted on 5/5/21

Prayers for your family & friends. Rest In Peace.



Calvin & Ronnie New posted on 5/5/21

Sending Prayers & Love to your family. You are with your daughter watching over them together forever. God Bless


Chris Toothman posted on 5/5/21

She was a sweet lady. every time i spoke to her she was always friendly and even though her life had tragedy she kept going which gave me hope as well



Leesa & Riley Hazelwood posted on 5/5/21

Your family is in our thoughts and prayers


Carol Ann Hall posted on 5/4/21

Thoughts and prayers are with the family. May God comfort each of you.


Ricky Heath and family posted on 5/4/21

We are so sorry for your familys loss.Our love and prayers are with you.


Craig Schreiber posted on 5/4/21

I will always remember Jim as a good natured, easy to talk to, fun person. A full fledged member of the extraordinary extended Korczowski family. I'm so sorry he's left us. May he rest in peace.


Craig Schreiber posted on 5/4/21

I will always remember Jim as a good natured, easy to talk to, fun person. A full fledged member of the extraordinary extended Korczowski family. I'm so sorry he's left us. May he rest in peace.


Bill Raasch posted on 5/4/21

Was honored to meet Robert during my sophomore year at an army dependent high school in Frankfurt, Germany. He influenced my lifelong belief in human equality. I am a conservative, and have always believed in the uniform application of the principals our founders included in the constitution. Words mean something:rock stars and polititions do not.


Della Costello posted on 5/3/21

Lynn, I am so sorry for your loss. Great memories with you & Jim. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.


Daryle halterman posted on 5/3/21

I am so sorry fore your lost my prayers go out to the family and friends


Bruce & Linda Anderson posted on 5/2/21

I am sorry for the loss of your sister, Tricia. You and our family will remain in our prayers. God bless you and your family.


Santa posted on 5/2/21

Such a beautiful soul. She will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.



Russ, Kristi and Jason posted on 5/2/21

Always in our hearts


Trevose Fire Company posted on 5/2/21

On behalf of the members of the Trevose Fire Company, please accept our condolences. James' family is in our thoughts and prayers.


Michael Heape posted on 5/2/21

Beautiful Woman and friend my prayers for the family .



Patty Bonham posted on 5/2/21

Rest in peace now ,your at Home back with Lakin, you will be missed by all you have touched.



Patty Bonham posted on 5/2/21

You will be missed by Many,I know Lakin Welcomed you ,may you rest now


Sandra Ripley posted on 5/1/21

I am so sorry for your loss. May she high fly and protect you from above.



David & Sylvia Tooley posted on 5/1/21

Prayers of comfort and understanding.



Gwen Humphries posted on 5/1/21

Prayers R.I.P,,,, prayers to family and loved ones



Gwen Humphries posted on 5/1/21

Prayers R.I.P.,,, prayers and thoughts to all family and loved ones


Shaf Syed posted on 4/30/21

Ms. Marian, Mr. Rick, Mr. Bob, and Michelle, I apologize for my belated condolences. I am sorry for loss for your precious son/brother. Christian welcomed me as my first friend when I moved to North Springfield. He introduced me to so much good. I got a lot of useful information about engineering and physics from him that I still carry with me. Unfortunately, we lost touch over the years and I just found out last year about his passing. I wish I was there to council him or just be a friend to him again. Your family can be confident he is in a better place.



Elizabeh Ripley posted on 4/30/21

So sorry for your loss in my prayers


Carolyn Ratliff Smith posted on 4/29/21

Ms. Maria was MaMa to us all At Dairy Queen. She was a very sweet Lady with that beautiful smile, and I loved her Accent. She will be missed dearly. To Jimmy and Family and Minos. I send my deepest Sympathy to the family. May God send comfort to you in your time of Berevement.


Maria Benites/ Teresa Sánchez posted on 4/29/21

Descanse en Paz, Rest in peace !!


Thomas and Linda Pratt posted on 4/28/21

As WindsorMeade residents we enjoyed knowing Lewis. He was such a gentleman and told interesting stories of growing up in Williamsburg. We are better for having had Lewis as a friend.


Jeff & Arianna Begonia posted on 4/28/21

Every time I showed up to the family cookouts and birthdays, you always went out of your way to make sure I had enough to eat. Always made me feel like I was a true brother to Minos. You were loved by many and you will be missed by many more.



Kate posted on 4/28/21

In loving memory


Jean Lewis Gabardi posted on 4/27/21

Uncle Albert was the brother of my Mom, Caroline, and a great, supporting brother to her and the entire Friedrich Family. I loved how he always had a sense of humor and could enliven even the dullest of tales! I will never forget a drive along the East and as we went through tunnel after tunnel I asked him how are these built? He said it is easy, they first send in a little worm and grow the hole bigger with each critter. So much for engineering! Alice and Al were supportive of all the family members and their passing is a sorrowful time for us. Love going out to cousin Jay at this sad time. Jeannie


Barbara Hawkins posted on 4/26/21

My condolences to his family, I know he will be missed very much I regret not staying in contact with Sammy these past few years because he was a wonderful friend to have, I remember back to a couple of Bluegrass festival we all went to and people camping close to use asked if we had a bear over here because they heard one growling all night. Also he always had a smile, and loved that big black dog Buck, of which I received on of his pups. Sammy hope you and Buck are back together and having fun, love you brother ♥️


Mike Disney posted on 4/26/21

Roger, I regret that I did not know Martha, but I know you, friend. I pray that God's grace is comforting you and your family at this very difficult time of her loss.


Michael Holcomb posted on 4/25/21

My condolences to the family and Debbie


Pamela Athey posted on 4/25/21

For some reason I was thinking of Devora today and decided to google your name and Todd’s obituary comes up saying he passed this month. I am Christopher Buchanan’s mom and knew Todd from the time he and Chris were little boys until I tragically lost him at his age of 26. Those two were on the phone talking to each other every day. I treasure the memories of those two munchkins going to school as no more then babies. I now live in Mechanicsville and plan on going to the cemetery in Newport News tomorrow to put flowers on Christopher’s grave as it is his birthday. My heart is heavy reading of Todd’s passing. I send my prayers to all the family


Annette Fryar posted on 4/25/21

Jan and I worked together. She was always very cheerful and thoughtful. Loved working with her. She will be missed.


David and Anna Yee posted on 4/24/21

Nancy, We are saddened to hear about Chuck's passing. He was a good man and a joy to be around. I'll miss golf trips with Chuck and his band of merry men. Our thoughts are with you and your family. God bless.


Samuel and Marilyn Billings posted on 4/24/21

Dear Nancy and Family: You have our deepest sympathy in the loss of your beloved husband. He was an inspiration to us and his spirit will dwell in our hearts!


George and Anne Copestick posted on 4/24/21

Sending prayers for the family. We stopped at the scene. God Bless.


Linda Jones-Johnson posted on 4/23/21

My sincere condolences to Jan's family. Sorry to hear of her passing. Worked with her at DLA DSCR. She always had a nice smile, when came across her path. R.I.P. Jan.


Judy Buehler posted on 4/22/21

Oh Jan, you will be so missed. It was an honor to know you. What fun we had at Alto Sectionals and all the concerts we were in . Your strength is an inspiration to me. Continue to sing for joy.



Linda Possich posted on 4/21/21

Rita and family, we are so sorry for the loss of Larry. We will keep you all in prayer. Wally and Linda. 4909


Patricia Clark posted on 4/21/21

When Charlie and I first came to WUMC, Fran called to welcome us. She gave us some information about different groups in the church and invited us to come. She was a quiet, sweet person who always spoke and smiled when she saw us. She will be missed by all who knew her.


Peggy Hook posted on 4/21/21

When we moved here in 2000, getting to know Fran at Williamsburg UMC was joy. In her quiet way, she greeted and shared. We chatted and worked together on church events. She was just a lovely and loving person. And she will be missed.


John Dunning posted on 4/20/21

Dear Nancy and family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you every day. Many years of great memories with Chuck going back to our high school days in Wauwatosa, WI, playing sports, going to youth fellowship, and "hanging out." We were so happy when you moved to Williamsburg so we could renew and maintain our friendship. Chuck will be greatly missed! With love, John and Pam Dunning


Robert H. Lamb posted on 4/20/21

A fined person and fold memories.


Renee Oberg-Lamury posted on 4/19/21

Chiles and Bernice were clients of mine when I owned a residential cleaning business. I thoroughly enjoyed my visits with them both and will always treasure my time with them. Chiles was a very kind, thoughtful, and interesting person. I can still see Chiles sitting at his desk at the computer working. He loved gardening and often enjoyed sitting out by the little pond in their backyard - they both worked to create their personal serene setting. Chiles lived a very full life and was very active in his local community and at W&M College. He often spoke about how proud he was of his children. I appreciated my time with Chiles and Bernice and always will.


Patrick O'Connor posted on 4/18/21

Roger, it has been so long. I am so sorry for your loss. I recall the photograph of you and your wife at the beach, A lovely couple. My best wishes to you. Pat


greg altznauer posted on 4/18/21

He will be missed, if there is anything I can do, I'm here for you. Condolances from Maine


greg altznauer posted on 4/18/21

He will be missed. If there is anything I can do, I'm here for you. Condolances from Maine.


Tom Healy posted on 4/18/21

Dear Nancy, Just read about the sad news of Chuck’s passing last Wednesday. He was the leader of our annual golf group’s adventures over the years, and his smiling face will not be forgotten. We will keep you both in our prayers. Tom & Kathie Healy .


Robert E “Bob” Brown posted on 4/18/21

You are a special friend to Janet and me, Roger. We are sad for you and the family for the loss of Marty. May God’s peace and comfort surround you all. B O B



Phyllis Belden posted on 4/18/21

We will think of Chuck when we hear beautiful choral or orchestral music.


Mary Alice & Ken joss posted on 4/18/21

One of the first people we met when we moved to Williamsburg; a great gentleman and a true friend.


Shirley Carmony posted on 4/18/21

Roger, I am so sorry to know that you have lost your wife. Anyone who looks at her eyes can see she was full of life and energy. I know you will miss her terribly.


Peter Grunow posted on 4/17/21

It is with great sadness that we learn of the passing of Chuck. We send our condolences to his family. God bless Chuck and his family. With fond memories of his intellect and kindness. The Grunow family


Sally Bumcrot Hecker posted on 4/17/21

I loved his love for family, near and far, his sense of humor and intellect. When my sister and I visited, he got out the 8mm and his Collection of HomeMovies, some of which we were in and we just laughed and amazed at how young we were.


Robert Rellihan posted on 4/17/21

Jan was a co-worker of mine in the early 80's. So sorry to hear of her passing. Will miss her early morning smiles.


Barbara Sharp posted on 4/17/21

So sorry to hear of Jan's passing. I enjoyed our talks at DLA where she was my boss for a short time. Rest In Peace Jan.


Ron & Carol Carkner posted on 4/17/21

We did not know Dr. Simal well personally even though we live at 2036 Hornes Lake. However, I used to see him walking around the back yard during the autumn raking a few leaves and would exchange greetings. May he Rest In Peace and condolences to the family. Ron & Carol Carkner '2036 Hornes Lake Rd.



Laura posted on 4/16/21

I worked with Marty at the gift shop. She was always so pleasant. Always a smile. I can see her walking her dog down dog street. Sorry for your loss


Nancy Leach posted on 4/16/21

Roger, please know that my heart is so sad for your loss. Marty was such an encourager and will be missed by so many in Williamsburg. ♥️


Bruce and Alma Davies posted on 4/16/21

Frank has been a good friend and great neighbor for the past (20) years. We always enjoyed talking to Frank and his late wife , Inger. He told us many times how much he missed Inger after her death. He is now at peace and with his beloved Inger. Bruce and Alma Davies


Connie J paul posted on 4/16/21

Roger, God Bless you and your family at this time of great sorrow. Holding you close to my heart today.


Ashley Emami posted on 4/15/21

I’m just learning of this great loss. I knew Linda a brief time when I lived in Virginia while I was in high school. I knew one of her sons. I remember hoping to look as good as her when I became older. I found her to be a thoughtful, sassy, and a fun woman. I could tell she loved her family very much. My condolences to her family and friends.


Cindy Kubat posted on 4/15/21

Jan was a great friend & coworker. We enjoyed many lunches together, even after retirement. Jan, you will be missed.


David Bush posted on 4/15/21

Roger, sorry for your loss. You may know I lost my beloved Diane 16 months ago. It is tough. Let me know if you want to have lunch sometime. Life is so fragile and we have little or no control of what happens. I enjoyed our softball days together!


Michelle McQueen posted on 4/15/21

Prayers for the family. I worked with Jan for quite some time at DSCR.She was a wonderful person and will be missed.


Lisa Prows posted on 4/15/21

Jan was my boss in the 90s. She was a great person, so intelligent, and compassionate. I am so sorry to hear this news.


Kay Bowles posted on 4/14/21

I am so sorry to hear of Janice’s passing. She was my boss at Defense Supply Center, Richmond. She was such a sweet person. Her family are in my thoughts and prayers. Rest In Peace Janice.


John J Lisovitch posted on 4/14/21

While doing research on guys I served with, notably in Bangkok Thailand, I was saddened to learn that Bill had passed. I can attest that he was a genuine and absolutely brilliant fellow and brother-in-arms. I wish his family peace.


Frank Knuettel posted on 4/14/21

Roger, I am saddened by the passing of your spouse who we just saw a week earlier at Two Rivers Club. Her presence at Bruton Parish's 9:15 Sunday mass was always a welcoming sign. Frank Knuettel


Tracy Shackelford posted on 4/14/21

Marty was one of those amazing people that exuded positivity and energy and where you felt better just by being in her presence. Her loss is enormous to our community is enormous.



Harold McCorkle posted on 4/13/21

A very caring and loving mom, always thought of others, would go out of her way to help other's, Thank you for everything you were able to do to help.


Gail & Tom Nash posted on 4/11/21

Linda, We still live across the street from your house in your former neighborhood and want to express our condolences. We know how hard it is to lose beloved parents and grandparents, so our hearts go out to you and your family. Prayers for each of you as you mourn your huge loss.


Patrick and Kristina Olivarez posted on 4/10/21

We are so sorry about the loss of your precious wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother.. Your family is in our thoughts at prayers during this difficult time.


Mark and Jane McIntire posted on 4/10/21

Toya & Jeff, Sorry to hear about your mother. We are praying for your family.


Jullian & Jo Grante (Potomac Valley Church) posted on 4/10/21

We lift our prayers for your comfort and peace through Christ. "For we share abundantly in Christ's sufferings, so through Christ we share abundantly in comfort too." - 2 Cor 1:5 ESV


Cathy Naylor posted on 4/10/21

Lovely, lovely Lois, it has been such an honor to know you and to have spent much time with you, at musical events and lunches, talking about all matters from family to world needs. You were a constant supporter of my own musical theatre programs for children, always attending the shows and dinner theatres, often bringing me flowers the day of the performances, and I will always be grateful for the wisdom and input you shared with me about that project. But my happiest memory of you will always be the kindness in your eyes, the depth of your words, and genuine love you had for life in general. These qualities were reflected in all that you did and said, and I am so blessed to count you as my dear friend. I'll remember and love you always, beautiful Lois. Love and peace preside in you, as always, for heaven has a new bright light with your presence there. Much love to you and yours, Cathy


Debbie Harmison White posted on 4/10/21

My father (Coach) enjoyed his friendship at Spring Arbor with Alan and will miss him so. They became great buddies. Our deepest sympathy to the family.



Christie Rozanski posted on 4/10/21

Praying for strength, patience, support and love for the family


Christie Rozanski posted on 4/9/21

I am so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this difficult time.


Christy Montz posted on 4/9/21

My Foxy Mr.Fox! I miss seeing every morning and afternoon! Spring Arbor just isn't the same without you! Always had a kind word and a thank you to everyone!


Lita and Paul Wohlsdorf posted on 4/9/21

Sorry for your loss


Lita and Paul Wohlsdorf posted on 4/9/21

So sorry for your loss


Linda Esposito posted on 4/8/21

Mr Fox was always charming, pleasant and kind when I met him for lunch with Merilee or he stopped by the office to visit Merilee. I was sorry for the loss to the entire Fox family!


Clarke Morledge posted on 4/8/21

I just learned of Jock Darling's death. It was through my involvement in the Bruton Parish Church boys choir, in the 1970s, that I learned to gain an appreciation of music. Jock Darling loved music, particularly for Christian sacred music, and his enthusiasm was contagious. I fondly remember those days under Jock's tutelage!


Linda Schiavone posted on 4/7/21

Mr. Fox was always cheerful and pleasant to everyone. He was a great resident at Spring Arbor and will be missed by the staff and residents! He was so vital up to the very last few weeks. My sincerest condolences to the entire family.


Duane "Butch" Kramer posted on 4/7/21

Robbie and I are deeply saddened by Jerry's passing. He was an incredible man with so very many talents. It was a real pleasure to have known and worked with him. He was a loving husband and father who had his family at the forefront of his life. The world is a better place because he lived in it. He will be missed terribly.


Betty Lake posted on 4/7/21

Lou was a dedicated member of our West Neck Book Club. We always looked forward to her presence. She will truly be missed by all of us.


Sharon Nickerson posted on 4/7/21

I knew Norma from church and Bible study. Such a dear woman who loved Christ, and her family. She was kind and alway thought of others first. I will miss our encouraging conversations as we encountered each other in the community. Her light shines bright!


Victoria Wagner Miller posted on 4/6/21

To The Wilt and Kelly Families my sincerest sympathies go out to you. I know Todd will be sorely missed. You all will be in my thoughts and prayers.


Peggy Steele posted on 4/6/21

Many fond memories of your family. So sorry for your loss. Love and prayers for your family.


Henrietta Palmer posted on 4/6/21

Take your rest Todd..I enjoyed working with you and it was always a pleasure to chat with you whenever you came into Martins and Publix. My deepest condolences to the family. You will be missed.



Terry Welsh posted on 4/6/21

A very warm sweet person. Always had a smile.


Ann Butts posted on 4/4/21

My sympathy in the loss of Todd. You were a special part of my childhood.


Langdon Plumer posted on 4/2/21

I met Bob when I became a member of the State Council for Vocational Education and sworn in by then Governor Stephen E. Merrill (1993-1997) We had many good meetings working hard to improve the Vocational Programs of the day at the Vocational Centers and Technical Colleges. The Council also worked with the NH Legislature, Senators and Congressmen in Washington. We also sponsored conferences and workshops for Vocational Teachers in the NH Regional Vocational Centers. My family has an old farm in the Upper Village so Bob and I crossed tracks several times. Bob was a professional and great friend. My condolences to Gail and Bobs family



Richard A Byrd posted on 3/31/21

We never met. You have a unique family.


Richard A Byrd posted on 3/31/21

I am sorry for the death of Bob. Why am I not appointed as one of his or his primary exitor of his estate. I have straws to pull.


David Hayes posted on 3/30/21

Dr. Pittman treated several members of my family, including myself. Dr, Pittman's humor was infectious, his demeanor gentle, and his competence as a doctor was impeccable. Having known Dr. Pittman was truly a blessing. May he always be remembered as a healer in every sense of the word. My deepest condolences to his family and loved ones.


Brittany posted on 3/27/21

We love you Dick! You will be missed.


Kate Rennie posted on 3/23/21

Norma was simply a wonderful woman. I got to know her more recently through a small group at the Williamsburg Community Chapel. We bonded over our Long Island, NY backgrounds. She was a delight to know! I will definitely miss her warm presence.


Bob and Janet Enko posted on 3/23/21

Dear Doris, We were so saddened to hear of Thomas's passing. Our hearts, love and prayers go out to you and your family. May God's presence and peace be with you all.


Bill Brown posted on 3/23/21

I consider myself lucky to have known this incredible person...She was full of life, cared about her family and the people she came across...Enjoy the ride home in your Thunderbird ! Love, Bill Brown


Janine W Riley posted on 3/23/21

I only knew Tom through my visits to Dr. McMenamin's office and he was always helpful. He was a good guy, humorous, and I looked forward to chatting with him. From our chats I know he loved his family and was so happy and proud to have a grandson. My condolences to his family. Peace be with you. Janine


Brenda Swann Wagnitz posted on 3/23/21

Sara and Walter - I am so sorry for your loss. Sara - we were desk clerks together at the Motor House, etc. I worked with Wally for years at the Commissary after I left that job. My condolences to Doris as well.


Katie Hamilton posted on 3/21/21

Incredibly sorry for your loss and will keep your family in my prayers. I have not seen Thomas for many years but will always remember his mischievous grin. Kathleen Kelly


Janet Derrig Brown posted on 3/21/21

Dear Kmetz family, a name out of your past... I was shocked to read about Thomas' death, far too young to leave this beautiful world. I ran into Thomas years ago when I saw Dr MCMenamin. I recognized him immediately and called him "Walter"! He laughed and corrected me, but we had a good time recalling Walsingham memories. He was delightful to me at each appointment, and I am so terribly sorry we have lost such a good man. Please accept my sincerest condolences.


Karen Hunter Rockey posted on 3/20/21

Beyond devastated and sad. Sending love and prayers to all his family. I was able to enjoy many years of a working relationship with Tom and considering zzz myself grateful to have got to know him over the years. I loved how he adored his grandchildren. I will really miss you Tom.


Jane Hanson posted on 3/20/21

Norma was a lovely and gifted woman who I got to know through singing in the choir at the chapel. Her NY accent took me home to my own family roots when we would chat and I know she is rejoicing with the saints now in her new heavenly home. Praying sweet memories and comfort for all her family.


KATHERINE M HARRY posted on 3/20/21

Doris, We are so sorry to hear about your loss. May he rest in peace.


KATHERINE M HARRY posted on 3/20/21

Kathi and Jack Harry


The Coppino Family posted on 3/20/21

We are so sorry for your loss.thinking of your family and sending love. We are praying for peace and comfort.


Judith Alberts posted on 3/20/21

Bob was a gentleman with many talents, and he was a source of delight to everyone who knew him. His light shines on in our memories. Deepest condolences to the James Family.


Sharon Schwartzlow posted on 3/20/21

She was a member of Community Bible Study and I was honored to be her group leader a few years ago. She was such a faithful servant and added so much to our Bible studies. She was an amazing lady and she will be missed. I was blessed to know her.


Ruth Larson posted on 3/19/21

JoAnne & Family, please accept our deepest condolences. Tom was always so nice to my Dad. Please let us know if we can do anything. Ruth & Craig Larson & Bill Salyer


Fay Tomlinson, 509 Route 530,Apt. 152, Whiting, NJ 08759 posted on 3/19/21

Gail, sorry to hear about Bob's passing. Norma Hubbard sent me a copy of he Stone Bridge Post. One of my dearest memories of Bob is working the Harvest Supper kitchen clean-up - his skill at loading the dish-washer and cheerful banter made it fun at the end of an arduous day!


Moloney Family posted on 3/19/21

Our condolences to the entire Johnson family. Bob and Gail were life long friends to our parents Pete and Peg. Our families shared many childhood gatherings in NH and the Cape. Bob was always quick with a joke, a smile and a laugh. May you find comfort in the knowledge that he was loved by you and you by him. His memory will always live on in our hearts. My parents, I'm sure, welcomed him with open arms.


Jo-Anne Ryan posted on 3/19/21

Our deepest sympathy to Carolyn and Donna for your loss. Don is remembered fondly. We are grateful we got to know him during his tenure in Bowling Green where he made a significant contribution to our community. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Jo-Anne Ryan and Bill Davis


Phil Ryan posted on 3/18/21

Rest In Peace, Thomas. We shared a lot of good times and laughs. My heart goes out to the Kmetz family.


Marcelo Palmaz posted on 3/18/21

May peace be with you and your family in your time of loss. Thomas was a good soul and he will be missed by many. Joanne my prayers to you and the boys


Kim Woodward posted on 3/18/21

Carolyn, Donna, and family, We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. Eric, Kim, and Drake Woodward


Curtis Borland posted on 3/18/21

This is devastating news. Peace and strength to the family. Thomas will always be in my heart. Truly, one of the best friends, more brother than friend, that I ever had. Rest In Peace, but be ready for that hoops, ping pong, or tennis match when we see each other again! Kingspoint Club forever!


Dana Konovalov posted on 3/18/21

Sending love and prayers for peace in your hearts to Walter and Sarah and family. So very sorry for your loss.


Gail Nash posted on 3/18/21

Rejoicing with you all knowing that we will see dear Norma again some day!!! I met Norma in Precepts Bible study at the Chapel back in 2003 and have been blessed to know her as a sister in Christ! She was an incredibly special lady and I thank the Lord for putting her in my life! Prayers for all who will miss her, until you are together again.


Meghan Woodcock posted on 3/18/21

JoAnne, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. You and your entire family are in our thoughts and prayers. Love to you all.


Paul J. McMenamin, M.D. posted on 3/18/21

Tom Kmetz was an integral and loyal member of our medical team for many years. We want to thank him again for his significant contribution to our practice. Many of our patients specifically acknowledged his personal role and extra help in their care. Tom had a great sense of humor and a vast knowledge of sports. He will be sorely missed. We offer our sincere condolences to the entire Kmetz family. Dr. and Mrs. Paul J. McMenamin


Bonnie and Bob Davis posted on 3/18/21

Walter and Sarah , our sincere sympathy on the loss of your brother. Our prayers are with you and all of your family.


Dori & George Ostasiewicz posted on 3/18/21

Darcy, Kelly and Matt Our hearts are with you as you remember Bill. He was a great Dad and a good friend who will be missed. Remember the great times we had together at St. Ann's Fest, the Calf Pasture fireworks and all the neighborhood parties. With love from Dori, George & family


Barb Kaplan posted on 3/17/21

Sarah and Walter, I am so sorry to hear of Thomas’ passing. Please take care of yourselves. Love Barb


The Pierce Family posted on 3/17/21

Our family sends our deepest sympathies to the entire Kmetz family. We are thinking of you all and sending prayers for peace, strength and hope at this time. We love you all.


Stephanie Brown posted on 3/17/21

May God bless you with comfort and peace. Nothing prepares us for this; but love and beautiful memories keep our loved ones alive in our hearts ♥️. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Stephanie



Howard and Valerie Perkins posted on 3/17/21

We send our deepest sympathies to the entire family. You will be in our thoughts and prayers. With love,



Sarah Kmetz posted on 3/17/21

Godspeed Thomas. We love you.


Beth Puckett posted on 3/17/21

What a beautiful tribute!!! I wish I had known him, he touched so many lives!!! Susan and family my thoughts, love, hugs and prayers are with you!!! Thanks to Bob for all he gave to the world!!!


Sandy Arrington posted on 3/17/21

I am so sorry. Please know you are all in my thoughts and prayers.


RONALD KERSH posted on 3/16/21

We would like to express our deepest sympathy and condolences to Carolyn and the rest of her family. We are sure that having your family with you that you are surrounded with love and compassion to endure such a difficult time. Don was a loyal friend as well as a dedicated husband and father. Most of all Don was an exceptional human being. Ron and Barbara Kersh.


Curt Bisges posted on 3/16/21

Today March 16 is Pat's birthday. We lost touch recently so I was saddened to learn of her passing. I have such fond memories of our times together. She was a lovely person; so generous and loving. My condolences to her family. And happy birthday Pat - - I will miss you my friend!


Stacie Flint-Berman posted on 3/16/21

Uncle Bob was as full of life - and fun - as anyone I have ever met. It was always a gift to be in his orbit as he shared stories, songs, activities, silliness - what he loved - with whom he loved, which was just about everyone. He had a full life and I am glad that I, and my family, had been a part of it. We have the best memories.


David Scherer posted on 3/15/21

Thanks to you both for inviting me to a meeting some 17 (??) years ago where I actually met the lady that I took out for lunch the following day. The rest is history. Yes, we are married!! I am sorry that I did not keep in touch with you wonderful people.


Samuel and Martha Stark posted on 3/15/21

Sam and I were saddened to read the news of Bob's passing. We send our condolences to Gail and the rest of the family.


Robyn Malvasia posted on 3/14/21

Prayers sent your way as you transition through this.


Colleen McCabe posted on 3/14/21

Ev you will be greatly missed. You and Alice were such a joy planning all the fashion shows at Gene Walters Marketplace. You were a good man, honest and caring


Ginger, Jamie, Brennan, Aiden, and Cameron Everton posted on 3/13/21

“A mother is with us always, first in her lifetime, then forever in our memory.” Our thoughts and prayers are with you.


Jim Pauls posted on 3/13/21

Quiet and intelligent, he was always the consummate gentleman whose friendship I will always cherish!


LTC Clarence E. (Gene) Boyle (Ret) posted on 3/13/21

I served with Stanley in the 2nd Armored Division at Fort Hood in Texas and we both served as Advisors in Iran in 1977-1978. Stanley was an Artillery Advisor in Isfahan and I was an Infantry Division Advisor in Mashad. I often called on Stanley to assist in advising the Division Artillery when they were conducting a live fire training exercise. A significant memory for me was that I once visited Stanley in Isfahan and he took me to see the ruins of the ancient Persian site of Persipolis. Stanley was a very fine Officer and served his country well.



Shannon Beery posted on 3/12/21

A very special person to so many people.


Tammy & David Turner posted on 3/12/21

What a beautifully written tribute for a beautiful person. I will cherish my memories and time spent with Aunt Debbie forever. xoxoxo


Dick Withington Jr. posted on 3/11/21

My condolences to you, Gail, and the rest of the family. There have always been people of my father's generation (and younger) that I have always looked up to. Bob was one of those people.


Pattie Hudgins Patton posted on 3/11/21

From Magruder to York High she was part of my life. God bless you all. A beautiful woman inside and out.


Pattie Hudgins Patton posted on 3/11/21

Debbie’s light and beautiful smile will always live on.


Pattie Hudgins Patton posted on 3/11/21

I remember being in school with Debbie from Magruder Elementary and on to York High. A beautiful woman and Christian lady. Her light will be seen from on high.


Lanny & Butch Freeland posted on 3/11/21

Amanda & David. We are so sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. We loved her but unfortunately didn’t see her often. You will be in our thoughts & prayers Please let us know if you need anything. Love ❤️ to all


Paul Petrakis posted on 3/11/21

We are so sorry. Llew will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.



Tina Manning posted on 3/9/21

A very sweet lady, I am so sorry for your loss family and her friends.


Jim Stordahl posted on 3/8/21

Janet, My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Llew was a very dear friend and I will miss him in so many ways.


Mary Burris, Adam and Christopher posted on 3/8/21

Janet, we are so sorry for your loss. Llew was a kind, thoughtful man. Our prayers are with you and your family.



Jan Williams posted on 3/7/21

Sweet Everett, you touched my life in so many ways: you helped me grow in the Lord with our Bible discussions & by your example & encouragement. The laughter & love that you & Alice & I shared over all these years will be painfully missed. Jesus has promised us, as His saved children, that one day we will all be together again with Him. Oh what a joyous day that will be!


Thomas Armitage posted on 3/7/21

Working with him at Sonwil Distribution.


Thomas Armitage posted on 3/7/21

Working with him at Sonwil Distribution...


Lois Wilmot posted on 3/7/21

Bob hired me way back in 1983. He was my supervisor at Osram Sylvania until his retirement a few years later. Thanks to him taking a chance on hiring an inexperienced “kid” like me, I had a lengthy and rewarding career there until my own recent retirement. He was a welcoming guy with a great sense of humor, and just an overall nice guy. I enjoyed running into him in town on occasion over the years. Gail - My sincere condolences to you and your family.



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William B. Twine posted on 3/7/21

Everett and Alice were generous supporters of the Onesimus Ministries of Norfolk for over 30 years. Their kindness will not be forgotten.


Jim and Fran Whitney posted on 3/6/21

We were so sorry to learn of Mike’s passing. We were friends of Joan and Mike and hosted several Potluck dinners with them when they lived in Governors Land. Our thoughts and prayers are with Joan and the family



Jessica Pergerson posted on 3/6/21

Forever in our hearts Papa Parrish


Theresa Pergerson posted on 3/6/21

Dad your love and lessons will always be a part of me. I have your shoes to proof no one will ever fill them the way you did. Rest In Peace.


Gloria and Mike Reopel posted on 3/6/21

So sorry to hear of Bob's passing, when we picked up the Messenger this weekend in Hillsboro. You and Bob were such good neighbors while we lived there in Hillsboro. Please extend our condolences to your family. I can remember from reading the obituary some of the family members you talked to me about. With deepest sympathy on his passing. He will be missed!


Richard and Carole Summerville posted on 3/6/21

Thinking of you and sending condolences. Wishing comfort and wonderful memories to the Prosl family.



Patrick and Stephany Stephenson posted on 3/5/21

Aunt Janet. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.


Carolyn Cox posted on 3/5/21

To the Burcham family, I extend sincere sympathy for your loss. I was Kyle's third grade teacher at Rawls Byrd, and Nan was such a sweet parent. I remember that beautiful smile she always wore.



Diane McSweeney-Allen posted on 3/4/21

I am so sorry to hear of Denny's passing. He and my dad were cousins. My sincere condolences to Sheila and family...and also to Msgr. Tom McSweeney. I have everyone in my thoughts and prayers.


Pamela Stohrer posted on 3/4/21

Gail, our friendship with you and Bob was a highlight of our life in Hillsborough. JP and I are sorry beyond words to hear that Bob has left this world, and we carry love in our hearts for you and your family.


Denise Jenkins posted on 3/4/21

Served with Myrtle on Usher' ministry at Kingdom Life Christian Church she will be missed, my condolences to Cynthia and the Green family


Alanna Krill posted on 3/4/21

Growing up in the church, he was always Mr. Johnson. One year he was my partner at the church retreat and became Bob. After that he was always someone I would be sure to seek out and spend time with. He will be missed by so many. Sending our condolences to all who loved Bob.


Bryant Jackson posted on 3/3/21

May God bless the family


Alexis Swanson posted on 3/3/21

Cynthia, please know I am thinking about you and your family and praying for the peace of God to overshadow you all. I always loved seeing Ms. Myrtle on the door at church. I bless God for her warm smile and sweet spirit. Love you and praying for you! Alexis



KAY RAY posted on 3/3/21

May you Rest and be at PEACE now. My thoughts and prayers are with the family!


Cindy Roantree Butera posted on 3/3/21

Mrs Johnson (as i called you for so many years!) - my heart goes out to you and the family .... Your house was a place of fun and alot of good times ...... Mr Johnson is now with my mom and dad ...... let them have some fun and tell some stories!!! Love to you ........


Hunter and Liz Richardson posted on 3/3/21

My sincerest sympathies to Johnny, Bobby, Tommy and your families. Aunt Matt was a dear lady and thinking of her brings back lots of fond memories from Christmas lunches with the Richardson clan to our baseball games in the front yard to her constant presence at all our baseball games. She will be sorely missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to your families at this time. May God bless and hold you near at this time. God Bless


Joannie Young posted on 3/2/21

Jeff and Kyle... Please accept my sincere condolences. I only met Nan within the last year, but in that short time, I quickly knew that she was a sweet and kind woman, who was always more than willing to help and always wearing a smile. I consider it a Blessing to have met and worked with her. Heaven gained a real angel. Nan will be missed by so many!


Rev. Cheryl K. Robinson posted on 3/2/21

Intrepid Hospice extends heartfelt sympathy to the family of Charles McGary, Jr. Thank you for allowing us to care for him during his illness. Our hearts and our prayers are with you.


Randy Brown posted on 3/2/21

I offer my condolences to the Hogge and Richardson family members on the passing of this special lady. She watched a many a ballgame and I was honored to have her cheer for me while I played with my buddy's. I will never forget the horn blowing from the parking lot at Kiwanis field or the best chow chow I ever ate. May peace be with the family.


Teresa Wallace James posted on 3/2/21

My condolences to the Green family.Myrtle will always be in my heart along with the fond memories as my neighbor.May God keep the Family under His wings and comfort you during this difficult time .Love Teababy


Jeanette Wallace posted on 3/2/21

My condolences to the Lowell Family. Praying for family.


Bernita Hanley posted on 3/2/21

Mama Myrtle, I am so sorry that I did not make it to see you but you know that I love you so much. R.I.P beautiful. You are so missed. I love you.


Mark and Christine Allgood posted on 3/2/21

A true Williamsburg icon. What a treasure she was and such a wonderful legacy she leaves behind.



Beatrice Lightfoot posted on 3/2/21

Another link has been broken from our family once again. Myrtle you are gone but you will never be forgotten. We will hold on to all our fond memories. Sending my condolences and prayers to my family and I love you.



Beatrice Lightfoot posted on 3/2/21

To My Family another link has been broken from our heart and family. Myrtle we will miss you but we will always remember that joy will come in the mirning. My condolences to my family. Love you


David Stewart posted on 3/1/21

She was a big part of my family,from growing up with Bengi to living in the old house.Then Philip and Little Ben growing up together.It was a great relationship with Mrs Hogge and all the sons.I know she will greatly missed.


Alicia Banks posted on 3/1/21

Cynthia, You and your love ones are in our prayers. We love you.


Mrs. Sherry Ricks posted on 3/1/21

May the Lord continue to keep you and strengthen you during this time of your loss. I will definitely keep the family in my prayers


Bubba an Jerrie Berkley posted on 3/1/21

May God continues to bless you and family, sending prayers and love to all.God Bless the family.


Ivette Griggs posted on 2/28/21

A couple of years ago, during a temporary stay in Williamsburg, I had the precious privilege of being introduced to Michelle. I enjoyed conversing with her in French and talking about her native country. Her house was full of motifs that reminded me of that interesting place. I did also get to meet her caring daughter, Sandy. And I also had the fun encounter with her cute poodles who liked to sit by me while we engaged in interesting conversation. The subject she loved to talk about the most was the beautiful promise held out in the Bible. I was so moved when Sandy told me that during her last days Michelle would listen to audio recordings of Bible passages I read for her in French. Thinking of Michelle, I will always remember the spark in her eyes and her contagious smile - which will be missed only for a little while. It was a privilege to have known Michelle. (Below is the same message in French) Il y a quelques années, pendant une visite temporaire à Williamsburg, j'ai eu le précieux privilège d'être introduite à Michelle. J'ai beaucoup apprecié converser avec elle dans la langue française et parler de son pays natal. Sa maison était pleine des motifs qui m'ont rappelé ce emplacement intéressant. J'ai aussi rencontrée sa fille attentionée, Sandy. En plus, j'ai eu la rencontre amusante avec ses caniches mignons qui aimaient s'asseoir à côté de moi pendant que nous avions des discussions agréables. Le sujet qu'elle aimait le plus était la belle promesse contenue dans la Bible. J'ai été tellement emu quand Sandy m'a raconté que pendant ses derniers jours Michelle écoutait des enregistrements audio des passages scripturaires que j'avais lu pour elle dans la langue française. En pensant à Michelle, je me souviendrai toujours de l'étincelle dans ses yeux et de son sourire contagieux. Ceux ne sera absent que pour un petit moment. Ce fut un privilège pour moi d'avoir connue à Michelle.


Olivier Anslijn posted on 2/28/21

Sincere condolences. I join you in thought and in prayer from all my heart.


Beth Klapper posted on 2/28/21

Jeff and Kyle, I am so very sorry for your loss. Nan was such a pure and sweet spirit. I was fortunate to call her my friend and loved her like a sister. I will miss her always.


Quinton Brown posted on 2/27/21

My sincere condolences to the Hogge and Jollypond Family. May God Bless each and everyone one of you and keep you as you go through this tough time. We will always miss her as we miss you all on this side of the pond. We will keep you in our prayers . Ping


Tom & TJ Cardwell posted on 2/26/21

TJ and I were sadden to learn of Denny's passing. He was a valued member of the Two Rivers Yacht Club. He will be missed. Our prayers and thoughts are with Shelia and his family.


Jimmy and Jan Smith posted on 2/26/21

Prayers to Shelia, children, grandchildren and Msgr. Tom. Denny was a special man and will be missed by all who shared memories with he and Shelia.


Stan and Pat Ecton posted on 2/26/21

Denny was a great guy and a true American Patriot. Who knew he would also love and care for kittens?! Pat and I enjoyed our many times with Denny and Sheila and hope to continue to be with Sheila after this awful pandemic ends and allows us to be together.


Bryan Courtney posted on 2/25/21

I was so sad to learn of Denny's passing. He was a member of the Carefree Boat Club a few seasons and truly enjoyed an occasional delightful cruise with his crew, affectionately referenced as, "the Gang Plank". Denny also had a genuine concern and interest in my business there at Two Rivers Marina. He would visit me every spring in the pre-season to see how I was, how was my family, and ask, "so, what boats do we have this year?!" I recall him bringing the old Gang Plank brass bell along on nearly every boat outing to further the sentimental value he placed in boating with his dearest of friends. He will be missed. I'm so sorry for your loss. I pray that comfort only the Heavenly Father can grant will cover you as you grieve and even as you share fond memories with friends. God bless.


David Frost posted on 2/25/21

“For though I am absent in body, yet I am with you in spirit, rejoicing to see your good order and the firmness of your faith in Christ.” | Colossians 2:5 I am very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I know Gordon passed on a lot of him to his sons. They are great and I always enjoy spending time with them. I remember him as a good man and provider for his family.


Claudia and Bill Melgaard posted on 2/25/21

Dear Mrs Beachum and Kim, I was so shocked to hear of Mr Beachum's passing in the paper. You have always been there for our visits and a wonderful connection to the past. I loved him very much. He was such a fine gentleman. I am truly sad and wish peace for you and Kim. A beautiful family.


robert anslijn posted on 2/25/21

very sad to hear about the passing of Dick Prosl. We deeply regret that we did not grow a closer relationship.. Arlette and I send you all our compassion


Ron & Paulette Goldstein posted on 2/25/21

We will miss Denny greatly. He was a special friend and neighbor who often offered to be helpful. We enjoyed his sense of humor and he could easily make us laugh. Ron especially enjoyed the lengthy, and just fun phone conversations he had with Denny from time to time. We enjoyed many an evening with Sheila and Denny. He enriched our lives in many, many ways. We miss you, our friend.


Bill and Connie Clarl posted on 2/24/21

We are so saddened to lose such a dear old friend. We have so many fond memories of times spent with the McSweeney family. Bill and Denny first met in 1965 in Germany. They later served in the same battalion in Vietnam. We reconnected in Germany in Augsburg. Denny will always hold a special place in our hearts.


Marianne Bedard posted on 2/24/21

We were so very sorry to hear the news of Denny's passing. We will cherish our memories of all the fun times we enjoyed with Denny and Sheila at Governor's Land.


Mick and Rita Taylor posted on 2/24/21

When we first moved to Governor's Land, Denny was one of the first people we met. He was so welcoming, friendly and funny. Denny will be missed. funny


Karen Y. Norako posted on 2/24/21

I am so sorry for your loss. I had the privilege to work with Denny for many years in the Education Dept. at the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation. I enjoyed his Irish wit, his stories and his contribution to our mission to teach Virginia history to children of all ages.


Tom and Nadeen Lime posted on 2/24/21

We are heartbroken to lose a very special friend and a true patriot.


Suzanne Latimer posted on 2/24/21

Prayers for the family. He always had such interesting stories to tell. I especially loved his dog stories.


Mary Love Gardner Murphy posted on 2/24/21

Mr. Beachum was my principal at Grafton Bethel in York County. He was a knowledge, caring, and always accessible principal. He was a true educator of students and staff. It was a joy to work with him.


Carol Prosl posted on 2/24/21

At a sad time we send caring thoughts to you, Karen, and your family. Carol, Beth, and Karen Prosl


Benjamin Goldberg posted on 2/24/21

Scotty, I am so sorry for you loss.


Carol and Dave Brandely posted on 2/24/21

We are so sad to lose such a special friend. Prayers are with Sheila, Erin, Kelly, Sean, and Msgr Tom. Wish we could be there in person but will be with you in spirit.


angela karen johnson posted on 2/23/21

I am so very sorry to hear this sad news. Weston was a student of mine in preschool and I know he adored his Dad. Thoughts and prayers go out to Steven's family and especially Weston.


Betsy Anderson posted on 2/23/21

Carol, it has been many moons since w e have seen each other. I send you and your family my deepest sympathy as you mourn the loss of your husband, Richard.


Michael Minarik posted on 2/23/21

I'll never forget meeting FLASH Gordon for the first time a few years ago at Men's Breakfast. He was a wonderful man of great faith. God's blessings to Judy and the family.


Liza Potts posted on 2/23/21

Dear Carol, Karen and Beth, So sorry to hear of Dick's passing. He was a wonderful, intelligent, delightful man with a beautiful wit and smile. Carol, he was blessed to have your undying devotion and care. Thinking of you all. Love, Liza and Keith Potts


Margaret Robinson posted on 2/23/21

Dear Carol, I was so sorry to read of Dick's passing and just wanted you to know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Margaret Robinson (Liza and Keith's neighbor who watched Reese for you, way back when)


Mr. and Mrs. Eger posted on 2/22/21

Karen, Barbara and Waldemar (Wally) Eger send our condolences to you and your family.


Patrick Garry posted on 2/22/21

I will always remember Mr. Griffith as a kind, gentle man with a sense of humor once you knew him. I am glad I knew him.


Winnie Fratkin posted on 2/22/21

Barry and I were saddened to see in the Gazette had passed away. He was such a kind and interesting man. Please know that we are thinking of you snd your family! Winnie


Ruth Hopkinson posted on 2/22/21

Memories of Dick Prosl are through Carol and daughter, Karen. Carol, I knew, having worked together at D.J Montague. We were compadres then and was welcomed into the Prosl home where I met Dick. Carol and the Prosl Family and I had a camaraderie that included Karen during her years at LHS. Dear Prosl Family, I share in the sorrow of Dick's passing.


Tony Crist posted on 2/22/21

She always called me on my birthday and sang me a happy birthday wish! She had a beautiful voice and would sing to me or leave a voicemail. I only wish I could have saved those voice mails! We would be so fortunate if we had social media back then. I would love to hear her voice again and again!


Patricia Newman posted on 2/21/21

Dear Karen, I’m sorry for your loss. F Y I :Professor Schifrin was Jimmy’s very favorite. He was an Econ major so had others to compare. Take care, Tricia


Ron Jones posted on 2/21/21

God bless at this time. I am so sorry for your loss. Rip Melanie You will be missed greatly.



Uncle Tony & Aunt Katharine posted on 2/21/21

So sorry to hear about your dads passing, Elizabeth.


Beth Prosl Salsedo posted on 2/21/21

We are so sorry for your loss. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.



Aunt Jackie "B" posted on 2/20/21

Elizabeth...So sorry your dad passed. You will always be his little girl no matter what journey he is on.


Darlene posted on 2/20/21

Steven still can’t believe such a young life over before it was started I know dad and uncle Kenny And Uncle Dave are with you love you steven I wish the best for your son



Darlene posted on 2/20/21

Steven it was a special day at kinzua dam with you myself and uncle Kenny you are deeply missed fly with the angels



marlene davis posted on 2/20/21

The earth was a happier place because of Len's presence.


marlene davis posted on 2/20/21

Dick was a caring and marvelous teacher. He, with his devoted wife Carol, brought joy to many..


Mary Long posted on 2/20/21

Dear Carol and family, all the Brouse girls send our hearfelt sympathies. Nancy and I will remember the warm, funny gentleman Dick was. We send you and your family love. Mary, Nancy, Susan and Leslie


Debra Perry posted on 2/20/21

Dear Friends, We are thinking of you all during this awful time. Steve will be missed dearly, and we can never forget his smile and the good times we shared. We love you all. Deb, Jim, JP, and Luke



Jean-Noel ANSLIJN posted on 2/19/21

Our love and thoughts from Belgium. And a prayer for a very good man. Requiescat in pace


Martha & Dick Ransom posted on 2/19/21

Dear Carol, we were sad to hear of Dick's passing. You have our sincere condolences.


LInda and Jack Rice posted on 2/19/21

Dear Karen and Family, Jack and I hope that good memories will sustain you at this challenging time. We will always remember Len's enthusiasm for youth soccer. We enjoyed watching many games with him when both of our sons played in the early years of youth soccer in Williamsburg. Le was also a wonderful story teller and that also made the games interesting. Peace and Hope.


David Feldman posted on 2/19/21

Len was one of the senior leaders of the department when I arrived in 1989. I learned a lot from my conversations with him. One small example... To this day I will slyly remind my students not to write a kitchen sink answer to my very specific questions, i.e. don't put everything you memorized about a topic down on a blue book page hoping that some of it might just be part of a correct answer. I think he called it a garbage can answer. Len also taught me a lot about being a good department citizen and community citizen. He was one of a kind!


Betsy Harrison posted on 2/19/21

Carol, So sorry to read of the passing of Dick. He was a faithful member of the Wesley Foundation Board for many years.


Kate Slevin posted on 2/18/21

So sorry to read of Dick’s death. If anyone personified the best of W&M it was Dick Prosl. Razor smart, thoughtful, measured, a great colleague to all. Every interaction I had with Dick over 3 decades made me glad to be in his company. Sincere condolences to Carol and family.


Fran McRickard posted on 2/18/21

Sorry to read about Dicks passing. Always enjoyed both Dick and Carol as customers at Village Texaco. Both of them were steady.followers that I enjoyed working with. Rest in peace as you teach new customers in a safe place.



Patty Bonham posted on 2/18/21

We will truly Miss Melanie, Her contagious laugh and Smile,Heaven has Gained a Beautiful Angel..Rest in Peace Mel till we meet again.


Rebecca Hubbard posted on 2/18/21

I would like to express my sincerest condolences. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family.


Hoyt Davenport posted on 2/18/21

Carol, I am sorry to learn about Dick’s passing. You certainly are in our prayers.


Barbara Levine posted on 2/17/21

Dear Karen and Family I was so saddened to read about Len’s passing. He was always so kind and inquisitive whenever we spoke. You are in my thoughts and prayers.


Barbara Levine posted on 2/17/21

Dear Karen and family, I was so sorry to read of Len’s passing. Ken was always so kind and inquisitive whenever we spoke. Please know I am thinking about you. Barbara


Cheryl White Voliva posted on 2/17/21

I’ve known Len since 1967 when my family moved to Williamsburg and we became neighbors in Kingswood. As a teenager, I used to babysit for Jay and Gail. I’ve always enjoyed bumping into Len and Karen around town through the years. I had no idea he led such an accomplished life although I’m not surprised. He was one of a kind! We have been Facebook friends for years and would always comment on each other’s posts. My deepest condolences to Karen, Jay, Gail and David and their families. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.



Darlene stiegler posted on 2/17/21

Steven you now fly with the angels dad and Kenny and David you will be missed deeply I love you Aunt Dar


Derika Wells Mercer posted on 2/17/21

Teacher. Advisor. Mentor. Friend. When I went off to college, I was planning on majoring in sociology and French. My sophomore year my dad ‘strongly encouraged’ me to take an economics course. That microeconomics class in the fall of 1988, taught by Professor Len Schifrin, not only changed the trajectory of my college years; it provided me with a lifelong friend. Len Schifrin could be terrifying in the classroom. If you weren’t prepared for class, he would ask you to leave. If you were late, he said “That’s one. You get three then you are out.” (Years later I came to know how much he loved baseball.) Thus I was always prepared and never late. For the first time in my life, I was forced to study and do more than regurgitate memorized information. He would say “Don’t waste my time by dumping everything you know in a bluebook (the garbage can effect) hoping the answer is in there somewhere.” I spent a lot of time in Morton Hall and often Len and I would talk about subjects other than economics. One afternoon, he asked me who my senator and representative were back in Kentucky. I had no idea. He said, “The next time I see you, you should know that.” Since this was before google, I called my dad that night to find out! I took several more classes with him and during my senior year one of my classes met at his house where I got to meet his wonderful wife Karen. Looking back, I realize how blessed I was to be invited into their home, an opportunity that not many college students get. Thanks to the internet and social media, Len and I have been able to stay in touch. I visited him and Karen whenever I was close to Williamsburg. I was able to introduce my family to them, and during one visit, we discussed the value of a liberal arts education. That discussion sticks with me as my children are choosing their own college paths. Most recently we had been communicating about my involvement in the protests for racial justice. He would email me his thoughts about my experiences, always relating to an economic theory. On one of my FB posts, he commented, “Your courageous involvement makes me proud to have been your teacher and now for you to have been mine. I thank you for that. Thanks for proving that for me it has been never too late to learn.” At 19 years old, I could never have imagined that my choice in a college advisor would have such a profound effect on my life. Professor Schifrin, thank you for being my teacher, my advisor, my mentor, and my friend. I will miss you.


Kimberly Lish posted on 2/17/21

Kathy, Dan, Jesse, Danny, and Weston, We are deeply sorry for your loss. We will be keeping all of you in our prayers. Scott, Kim, and Jake Lish


Karen Joyner posted on 2/17/21

Wow. I still remember Mr. Schifrin's huge Econ 101 class from 40 years ago - including his transparency projector where he put up cartoons or Yoda in the middle of a lesson. RIP


Fred Federici posted on 2/17/21

In my freshman or sophomore year at W&M, I attended one of Prof. Schifrin’s lectures, but I then had to change my schedule and take the same class with a different professor. While I liked the new professor, I found that I had learned more in one hour in Prof. Schifrin’s class than I had in several days in the other class. Prof. Schifrin made no bones about holding his students to the highest standard. But he was also a fair and kind person. I learned this because I later had the great fortune of being among the W&M students that Prof. Schifrin taught in the summer of 1986 in Cambridge, England. Prof. Schifrin worked hard to make the classes he taught that summer memorable, which included arranging for our group to travel deep into the earth in a working coal mine. While Prof. Schifrin had earned the right to be addressed as “Doctor Schifrin,” as one of his students who had the greatest respect for him, I always thought the title of “Professor Schifrin” was the more meaningful title, as that was a title that he earned as a teacher of the highest rank. My sincere condolences to your family and to the William & Mary family at large.


Kate Slevin posted on 2/15/21

Bob and I were so sorry to learn of Len’s recent death. We knew him as both a neighbor and W&M colleague (Kate). He was an exemplary scholar and a much respected teacher of generations of students. An often repeated story among faculty was this: on the last day of class when students were given course evaluations Len would stride out of the lecture hall with these words to the students “By the way, arrogance is spelled with two r’s!” I once asked him if the faculty lore was true and he laughed heartily and said “Something like that.” Over the decades that I knew Len I learned that his tough exterior belied a kind heart. He was one of a kind. W&M is a better place because of Len Schifrin. His standards were high and he made no excuses for them. Condolences to Karen, David and his other family members.


Edgar Davis posted on 2/15/21

Our condolences to Jack's family. We were talking about our time at Fort Collins Brewery and talking about how Jack had been such a wonderful Plant Manager. In searching for an address to write to him, we discovered his obituary. We want you to know how much we loved and respected him and how much he impacted our lives. We hope your memories continue to comfort your family. Edgar and Evelyn Davis, Fort Collins Start up, Purchasing Manager, 1987-1990 Morristown, NJ


Kingsley Smith posted on 2/14/21

Bill is remembered by the surviving eight members of the class of 1946 at the Taft School. He was a grateful and loyal alumnus.


Kingsley posted on 2/14/21

Bill is remembered by the surviving eight members of the class of 1946 at the Taft School. He was a grateful and loyal alumnus.


Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth posted on 2/11/21

We were so sorry to hear of Jack's passing. Though we know he has gone home to God, it is still difficult for the loved ones left behind. Jack, and his family and friends are in our thoughts during this difficult time. The Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth are praying for all of you, now and always.


Jennifer Jain posted on 2/9/21

Dear Angie, We had such great times in nursing school. Shared so many laughs and tears. Although we lost contact throughout the years you were never far from my heart. May cherished memories bring peace to your loving family. Jennifer


Darlene Alborano posted on 2/8/21

When I think of my Aunt Lorraine, I think of happiness! She would always exude joy and positivity! She was so fulfilled and proud of her family! As busy as she was, she still took the time to write to me when I was in Basic Training, her kindness meant the world to me!


Bernice Todd posted on 2/8/21

What a beautiful obituary reminding us of what Lorraine brought to friends and those who surrounded her in life! With many fond memories and my deepest sympathy.......


Cathy Call posted on 2/8/21

My you find comfort in the memories of all you share, peace as you move forward with your loved one in your heart and strength from your family and friends.


Cheryl Shortell posted on 2/7/21

Many happy memories of Lorraine when we were together on our original Social Committee planning all the fun events...she had a way with words and organizing things! I will never forget her dressing as an elf complete with a mischievous smile on our tacky Christmas your. Rest in peace Lorraine.


Anna Marie and Jonathan Diggs posted on 2/7/21

We were blessed to know Tammy through church. She was always offering a helping hand with her beautiful smile. She was so kind and thoughtful, and such a joy to be around. Tammy will be missed by so many. We are praying for you Fred and your families as you grieve and miss Tammy. May our Lord hold you, guide you, give you hope and peace, and provide people along the journey to help you.


Dan & Carole Rojek posted on 2/6/21

Fred, Carole and I send our heartfelt sympathies to you and your family. I survived cancer and know the battle you went through.


Ray and Karen Staton posted on 2/6/21

Our Deepest Sympathy John and Family! May you find peace in the love and sympathy of the people who greatly love and cherish your beautiful Lorraine.


Ray and Karen Staton posted on 2/6/21

Our Deepest Sympathy to John and the family. Words fall short of expressing our sorrow for your loss. May you find peace and comfort in your friends who greatly Love and Cherish your beautiful and thoughtful Lorraine.


Sylvia Pakstis posted on 2/6/21

I join my cousins; Diane, Barbara and Jeff in mourning the death of their dear mother Lou. She was such a special person! Her mischievous humor is the base for many of my delightful memories of her. My mother Irene and Lou were very close so I got to see her often. I will cherish those memories. Lou will always be in my heart. I hope happy memories ease your pain during this difficult time.


Charles Apperson and Pat Russo posted on 2/6/21

We are so very sorry to hear about your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.


Kristi Watson posted on 2/6/21

I'm so sorry for your great loss. The world has lost a woman who gave hope to others and fulfilled her purpose on earth. We can take comfort in knowing that Tammy knew Jesus, and when her room was finally ready, she was called home to her eternal place in His Kingdom! "My Father's house has many rooms; if that were not so, would I have told you that I am going there to prepare a place for you?," John 14:2 My thoughts and prayers are for peace and comfort for you. May the memories of yesterday burn bright in your heart for each day forward.



Kristi Watson posted on 2/6/21

I will cherish the time we spent together when we visited you in Williamsburg! I always enjoyed our conversations and I am happy you made my Uncle feel so loved. I will miss you. You were a bright light on earth and now you are a beam of light in heaven! So blessed that we could all Zoom together even if it was only a few times! See you again someday in our Heavenly Father's Kingdom!


Leisa Schultz posted on 2/5/21

Dear TC, Hulda was a lovely lady and was full of faith. I got to know her through our FC Women’s Bible Study and we shared some very meaningful conversations about our Lord. I am very saddened for your loss because you shared many wonderful decades together. I will miss her but am comforted to know that she is at peace with God. Blessings, Leisa Schultz (Psalm 116:15).


Danny & Patti Lindsey posted on 2/5/21

Could not ask for a better friend. Smart, loving, and loved chocolate what more do you need from a friend?


Leisa Schultz posted on 2/5/21

Dear Ron, I had the pleasure of serving with Jan in our Women’s Bible Study. Jan was full of faith and always wanted to support our group with set-up and prayer. My heart goes out to you and you will be in my prayers. Blessings, Leisa Schultz


Leisa Schultz posted on 2/5/21

Dear Fred, We thought Tammy was a lovely, vibrant believer who was full of joy and faith. We met you both when we were on the Prayer Team for Family Life Today. Our hearts go out to you and to your family. With Prayers and Blessings, Leisa and Ray Schultz


Leisa Schultz posted on 2/5/21

Dear Carole, We were sad to learn about Lowrey. We remember when you moved to Ford’s Colony and joined Newcomers. We were so glad that you were a part of our community. He was such a friendly, kind gentleman. Sending you love and prayers, Leisa and Ray Schultz


Joe and Peggy Boggan posted on 2/5/21

Please accept our sincere condolences and prayers for you and your entire family.  We know Lorraine was an incredible loving wife and mother.  She showed so much strength, courage and spirit through her battle with cancer.  As the Matriarch of the Chiminello family, she will be missed and remembered fondly for all the love and caring she gave everyone.   God Bless,


Debbie posted on 2/5/21

What a lovely and beautiful individual I had the privilege of meeting as well as getting to know through many celebrations at Flora and John’s home in the past 4 years. Tammy was as everyone has attested too very special. She always had time for you and would genuinely listen. Someone who lit up the room with that radiant smile, Fred is no different. You can tell when people know the Lord, you are drawn to them. At least I am. This is the case when it came to both Tammy and Fred. They are both very special and larger than life. Debbie


Sam and Tami Pollard posted on 2/5/21

John and Flora We are saddened to hear of the passing of your daughter. Loss is so difficult and we must cling to the happy memories we have. May God comfort you and wrap His arms around you. God Bless



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Lennett (Olguin) Vaughan posted on 2/5/21

Tammy I remember swimming in the pool in your backyard and constantly hiding under the water from horseflies! We had so much fun. You will be missed and my love and prayers go out to you and your family.


Dawn Oleksy posted on 2/5/21

I am heartbroken but also know that her faith was her driver in every way and we all need to take the many lessons that we learned from her beautiful shining light and be grateful for all of the many special moments we shared with her. I am so blessed to have known her and can honestly say that my life is better now for some very important guidance she gave me in recent years. I worked with Tammy as a partner for many years on local litter and recycling projects. We were part of a close-knit community and this loss is being felt across all of Hampton Roads. She made a tremendous difference in the world and my heart goes out to her wonderful family (who she praised and gushed about incessantly!). Such a beautiful woman...I will see that big smile and those bright eyes and hear that sweet voice every time I need to listen for some inspiration... Prayers to the family and thank you for sharing her with us.


Professor Roger Leech, Romsey, Hampshire, England posted on 2/4/21

Ed was my marvellously hospitable and convivial host when I stayed with him for a few days in the 1990s. He was such a fund of ideas and inspiration and I am so sad to have just discovered that he has died. He must be so much mourned by all his friends and colleagues in Williamsburg. I join with you in grieving for his loss but remembering his friendship. .


Roxanne Prine posted on 2/4/21

So very sorry for your loss


Vangy Lawson posted on 2/4/21

I'm so sorry to hear this. I have fond memories as a teenager Tammy taking me to Christian concerts. She was always up for a concert. Sorry for her families loss.


Sharon Thompson posted on 2/4/21

This is a beautiful piece for a lovely woman. Thank you for sharing this Mr. Chiminiello.


Cara Toward posted on 2/4/21

TT, I'm so heartbroken. This was all just too soon. My heart aches at the thought of you not being here but I know you will watch over us all and guide us through the hard times. You lived a righteous life, full of purpose and I know you are exactly where you're supposed to be.. Until we meet again. Love you!!


Sherry Waltrip Nosaka posted on 2/4/21

I can't believe your gone. You were my best friend our Senior year in High School. In Business class we would sit in the back and eat candy bars that we were supposed to be selling. After graduation, I didn't get to see you much but the times I would run into you was precious. You were the sweetest person who loved GOD, her boys, and her family. For being taken away so young GOD must have special plans for you in Heaven. You will be missed, dear friend.


Shirley Timmer posted on 2/4/21

Tammy was a servant. I will always remember her as a servant with the heart of Jesus Christ. When help was needed to serve meals to the homeless--she was there. She often worked multiple shifts after a full day of work. If a friend needed comfort, she was there. In any situation she walked into, she ready to serve--ready to comfort. I will miss her terribly.


David Magnant posted on 2/3/21

I had the pleasure of working with Tammy for many years, she was truly beautiful inside and out. I do not believe that she ever spoke ill of anyone. Always had a smile. She was an amazing person and will be missed. My thoughts and prayers to her family.


Rose Stadig posted on 2/3/21

Tammy I will be forever grateful for the love you always gave to Shannon and Jacob. You welcomed them right in to your life as one of your own. Your kind, beautiful heart will always be remembered. So happy we got to spend time in Florida with the grandkids together sharing a memory they will always carry with them. You have made us all better people for knowing you and we are all extremely blessed.


Marie Allen posted on 2/3/21

Dear friend and sister in Jesus, I treasure the many wonderful times we had even in just the last six months--the baby shower for a friend, the Christmas trip to see the poinsettias in the Longwood greenhouses, the Bible study group meals around our dining room table. Your smile always had a little bit of heaven in it. Looking forward to seeing you again with that smile even bigger!!! Love, Marie and Gary


Christy Richardson posted on 2/3/21

Tammy accepted me as just another one of her kids, she was sweet as can be and loving to everyone she met! Thank you for all the sweet memories from holidays at Nana’s to a wonderful vacation at Disney. You really were Wonder Woman!



Karen Salyer-West posted on 2/3/21

My sweet sister in law and beautiful friend, you made Timmy a better man and you both gave our family 2 wonderful sons. We were blessed when you brought Fred into our family he was the one God wanted you to finally have. You'll be forever loved, always missed and NEVER FORGOTTEN. I love you, sing with the Angels and all the ones we've lost together. Until I see you again I'll always remember what our last promise was to each other, and I'll make it true. ❤


Anne Pomeroy Baltzell posted on 2/3/21

My prayers are with all of you in the loss of Lou. She was the last remaining sister of my dad Clint. I remember her playing with me as a child on the farm and then her infectious laugh and wonderful sense of humor. May God's comforting and sustaining presence be with you in this time of mourning. With love, Anne


vicky held posted on 2/3/21

My soul sister, my heart is broken. We have had a lifetime together. I could always count on you no matter what. May you sing with the angels and walk those streets of gold. What am I gonna do without you.


Rick and Barbara Barham posted on 2/2/21

We are so sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts.


Rick and Barbara Barham posted on 2/2/21

So very sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts.


Makiko Tajiri posted on 2/2/21

Angela, I want to thank you for changing my high school life happy. I was not able to speak English fluently, was lacking confidence and had very difficult time making friends for a long time but you treated me equally. You, your mon and sister always welcomed me with warm smile. I will never forget the time we spent together for lunch, driving and dancing. I don't know but I feel like I will always think we just live apart in the US and Japan and we'll meet again someday.


Stacy Fields Hall posted on 2/2/21

Oh my dear Mrs. Kellam, it was my privilege to be your student as Yorktown Elementary for 3rd grade and the first 3/4 combined grade. Later in life, I worked for the School District and got to show you how honored I was to have learned from you. I remember you copying pages of workbooks for me to do during the school months. You fed my thirst for knowledge and it continues to this day. I loved knowing that you saw my little sisters grow up and become adults...even becoming a client for Sommer at the nail salon. While we grieve your passing, we are glad that you are not in pain anymore. I look forward to seeing you again in Paradise. (John 5:28,29) Rest In Peace Mrs. Kellam!


Penny Yerman Hundley posted on 2/2/21

Ang thanks for being such a great friend and making me get out of my comfort zone. I'm so glad I met you in 8th grade and that you never lost touch with me even before social media. Friends like you are far a few and I'm so grateful you were mine. You will forever be in my heart and live on in my mind. Love you my friend.


Harriet Tomaseski posted on 2/2/21

This is such a heartbreaking loss. I have known Dottie since I was a kid. I was little sister, Dee's sidekick and the Atkinsons became my second family early on. I can remember tagging along with Dottie and Nelson when they were just dating and remember the joy the family experienced when Angela was born. She grew up to be a beautiful, sweet, caring person with such a big heart. She was funny and fun to be around. There was no doubt how much she loved her family. To watch her with Eric and Evan, you knew immediately that they were so special to her. The world has lost a bright shining light. Our prayers are with you Dottie, Ed, Lisa and the rest of the family. Love you all so much.


Stephen Vivien posted on 2/1/21

John was a class guy in a tough environment he exuded goodness. Everyone respected him.


Shannon Turlington Davie posted on 2/1/21

Angela, I will always cherish and never forget our crazy high school memories. We always had a blast! Thank goodness there was not social media back then! ❤️❤️


Laura Frizzelle posted on 2/1/21

Angela, I always smiled when your crazy ass contacted me out of the blue! You were always so much fun to be around! Mrs. Dottie, Lisa and family I look forward to seeing you and celebrating Angela’s Life with you! (((Hugs))) much love and peace sent your way


Rhonda Moore-Lott posted on 2/1/21

Angela, you will be missed! Always funny, sweet and a lot of fun to be around. Such a wonderful daughter, sister, aunt and a friend to all. Love you, sweet angel!


John West posted on 2/1/21

You will be missed girlfriends daughter ❤️


Marnie Montgomery posted on 1/31/21

I'm so sad to hear of Jock's passing, and Mary's, but was so richly blessed to have known them when I was in college at W&M, a few decades ago (class of 1975). I will always remember Jock's warmth of spirit, and his generosity in bringing those of us with modest talents into the choir and other musical events. I owe my love of choral music to Jock, and I continue to sing today. I also remember Mary's hospitality, welcoming me to their home many times. My heartfelt condolences on their passing.


Michael A. Shea '82 posted on 1/31/21

Sorry to hear of Professor McKinight's passing. I have fond memories of taking his class on the History of Science my sophomore year, as well as his guidance and critique in writing a long paper for the class. I always admired the ease with which integrated two academic disciplines, and the earnest way in which he led class discussions.


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Lucy Southall Propst posted on 1/31/21

Joyce, I am feeling so sad for your loss. it must be a different feeling, going into a different part of life, but God will always be there at the mention of His name. Call me for anything I can do. love to see you again, and help through the challenges. im glad you had a fine family and good memories to support you. A long marriage is a blessing.


Tracy & Rich Gillespie posted on 1/31/21

What gifts Jock Darling gave to the world. May he Rest In Peace with Mary Lee.


Laura and Barney Tormey posted on 1/31/21

So sorry to head this. Jock played at our wedding and he was so great. A kind and very accomplished man. He will be missed by us. Our prayers and thoughts are with the Darling family!


Bryan Bowyer posted on 1/30/21

Teresa I'm so sorry to learn of your Father's passing. I pray the closeness you had with your Father will comfort you during this difficult time.


Bernie Michonski posted on 1/30/21

Bill you treated me as your son. We had many great times at the race track and our tailgate parties before the race. I will take care of Teresa and Mary for you. You will never be forgotten. Love you Bill


Linda Mittelstaedt posted on 1/30/21

I just read of mikes death in the MSU alumni magazine. My husband hank was an evans scholar with mike at MSU! We had many good times together while attending MSU. I was so sorry to read of his passing and send my condolences to your entire family!


Fred Reiner posted on 1/30/21

Oh, my. Another loss in my life. He was my harpsichord teacher at W&M. I remember thinking how incredibly old he was then! Not that I would ever forget him anyway, but he died on my birthday. I can say that I never sit down at a keyboard without thinking of him.


brian d gregory posted on 1/30/21

mom and i will miss the weekend we spent with you watching your birds and wildlife in your backyard


Jamie and Katherine Keena posted on 1/30/21

What sad news, except knowing he’s rejoined Mary Lee. Many condolences to their family and friends


Jamie and Katherine Keena posted on 1/30/21

Many condolences to all her family and friends. May her memory be a blessing


Jennifer Sulouff Ripley posted on 1/29/21

I was in her 11th grade honors class in 1988-89. Ms Fuchs was the best English teacher. She taught me to truly write with excellence and understand character development. All with professionalism as a woman of character. Condolences to the family.


Greg Buck posted on 1/29/21

I got to know Bill from working at Williamsburg Ford. The mornings I arrive and Bill was already there getting ready to go pick up a car with a smile, got my day started in the right direction. I will miss him!!!


Shannon Smith-Markham posted on 1/29/21

I am so sorry you all are having to deal with this. I love you guys so much and miss you too. May you find peace and happiness in all of the fond memories


Susan Easler Miller, student Lafayette High School Class of 1982 posted on 1/28/21

I was so fortunate to have Mrs. Fuchs as my Honors English teacher my senior year at Lafayette High School. She really brought literature to life and was such a wonderful mentor and advisor to so many. She also enjoyed fashion and would visit with me whenever she shopped at Binns, where I worked during high school as a sales associate. I enjoyed assisting her as she would browse the scarves and accessories to compliment her outfits. She always had such style and grace. She has and will always be such an inspiration to me. Please accept my heartfelt condolences.


Ben / Gina Harucki posted on 1/28/21

Our deeply sympathy to his family with love. He’ll miss around as a special guy!


Peggy posted on 1/28/21

Aunt Mary Charles and girls. My heart goes out for yr loss. Even though I never got to spend much time with Uncle Bill he was and still in my heart and always will be. I send my love and prayers to u all in this time of need.


Phil Brown posted on 1/27/21

Its been many years now, but I fondly remember the many enjoyable social and work activities with Ralph and Ella when working at GE. May Ella rest in peace and Ralph continue to enjoy his later retirement years.


Mike Mcallister posted on 1/27/21

Mary, Tammy,Teresa,Dawn and Bernie my heart goes out to your entire family on the loss of Bill. He was one of the kindest man I know. He along with all of your family you treated my sister like a daughter. Your entire family has the purest hearts of anyone I have ever known. He will be missed but never forgotten he lives in all of us because of the man that he was and how he treated people and loved his family dearly. Prayers to your family and if there is anything I can do please feel free to let me know. RIP Bill


Rev. Bill Cashman posted on 1/27/21

Mike gave all he had to all he did. He loved the Lord with all his heart.if he was your friend you were a friend for life. Mike also never forgot a name and enjoyed life to the full. You taught me much in how to take up an offering. You were a gift to me!


Karyn Forsythe posted on 1/26/21

I’m so sad to hear of Beth’s Home-going. We were high school friends, and I recall a confident teenager who was sweet in nature, and kind to all. She had a deep love for her Savior Jesus, so I’m grateful knowing she’s in His presence.


Cheryl Shortell posted on 1/26/21

Betty and I were soulmates as breast cancer sisters but more so in our love of music and dancing. After coming to my line dance classes, she shared that it reignited her creative juices for her return to playing her guitar and singing. She often sang with our local group, Joes' Day Off. She and her husband Dave touched my heart which is now broken but she will always be in my memory. I guarantee I will dance to her music in the days to come.


Isaac H. Manning posted on 1/24/21

Martha, Matt and Will. So sorry to hear of your second loss. Your Mom was such a great lady and I will never forget your Dad. They were a remarkable couple who were selfless in every way. Peace to you all. Much love Isaac


Nadine Justice and Gary Mugridge posted on 1/24/21

Carole, we're so sorry to hear of Lowery's passing. We cherish memories of good times with the two of you, especially Seeker's Suppers at our home and yours. We miss you and we love you!


Robin Carter posted on 1/23/21

Carol my thoughts and prayers are with you lowery was a very special man. I hold great thoughts of him. Peace and love to you


Jeffrey Thomas posted on 1/23/21

I am so sad to hear of Mrs. Geer's passing. She and Mr. Geer and their family were an important part of making me feel welcome at Episcopal High School and helping me understand there was more to a boarding school education than just school.


Debbie Hodges Boyd posted on 1/23/21

I loved Mr. Hall especially his chuckle. I am happy that he can now be with his beloved Reba and that his journey to join her wasn’t long and painful.


Mike Miller posted on 1/23/21

Sylvia was truly one of the most selfless women I have ever met. In the 20 years she lived at Episcopal High School with her Husband Lu she was as much a part of the community as he. She was always on hand when someone needed help. I am sorry that I have not been able to keep up with Sylvia since the death of her Lu, but her place in the Episcopal High School Community will be long remembered. My best to Marty, Matt and Will. You are lucky to have had such a presence in your lives.


Idella M Dishner posted on 1/23/21

Lois, I am sorry to read about this. I did not know that R.C sang as well as played musical instruments. So much death and suffering all around.


Nelson McDaniel posted on 1/23/21

What a lovely, gracious and generous lady. She was a joy to all of us who knew her and a source of inspiration. A life so very well lived.


James Beckner posted on 1/22/21

Mike was always a special cousin whenever our paths crossed. A gentle soul, he was a good friend to anyone with whom he conversed. Our loss here on earth is a reward in heaven for so wonderful a relative and friend. Thank you, Holley, for the care of our cousin.


Carol Ann Hall posted on 1/22/21

Mike was a wonderful loving soul. Always smiling. He came from a beautiful family who is now with Mike. A special "Thank you"! to Holley who took care of Mike. God's riches blessing to you Sarah and the other members of the family. Rejoice and be exceeding glad Mike is now with his Lord and Savior.


Mary Callahan posted on 1/22/21

I just found out that Joanie passed. We were childhood friends in the old neighborhood in Chicago--inseparable for years. We had a Blast! I will miss her kindness, sense of humor and fierce loyalty. My sincere sympathy to Kevin (who she was So Proud Of!), Claudia, her grandsons and her entire family. I loved the poem that Geri posted in her honor.


V M posted on 1/22/21

Mr. Gieseking randomly came across my mind when I was thinking about my college days at William and Mary. He was one of the first people I did an internship for while in school and I remember him being such a nice person. I am so sorry to hear that he passed away. My condolences.


Kathy Linthwaite posted on 1/21/21

Words cannot express my feelings at your loss of Lynn. She was a bright, shining being who shared her zest for life. She made my last years of teaching so much better better by her presence on our fifth grade team. I will cherish memories of our travels especially the trips to The Masters as well as our wine trip through Oregon. She is missed by many!


Deb Buckley posted on 1/21/21

Dear Bill and family, Lynn and I taught fifth grade at Dare and she was my daughter’s teacher. I was so grateful to her for taking my girl under her wing as we had relocated to Virginia and missed so many friends. I admired Lynn as a teacher as she instilled her love of reading in the children. Lynn loved shoes, and had quite a collection. Lynn’s love for her family was so apparent as she spoke of you all with adoration and a twinkle in her eye. My sincere condolences on the loss of your wife, mother, and grandmother.


Deb Buckley posted on 1/21/21

Dear Bill and family, I taught fifth grade with Lynn at Dare, and she also taught my daughter. Lynn took my daughter under her wing as we had relocated to Virginia and had to make all new friends. I admired Lynn as a teacher and her ability to stand up for her beliefs. My heart is saddened for your loss. She talked about her family with great love. Lynn was a woman of great faith, so I know she is with her savior in heaven. I wish you peace in your hearts.


Karen Mainor posted on 1/21/21

Tracey, boys, Barbara, Chris, Angel.....I'm so deeply sorry for your loss! I know all too well that mere words do nothing to soothe the burning ache that you're feeling now, so I won't offer any. I will promise to keep you all in my prayers daily, and ask our Creator to hold you especially close and carry you when needed. Love and a big hug! Karen


Tammy Edwards posted on 1/21/21

My heart is broken and I am so sorry to hear of this news.. I loved him dearly but he is now with his beloved Reba .. May you Rest In Peace and fly high with the angels ..I’m gonna miss you!


Susan & Tom Bolk posted on 1/20/21

Bill, we were deeply saddened by Lynn's passing. She was a very kind and caring woman and I was very grateful when she took my wife Susan under her wing during the Woods party gathering. Our prayers are with you and your whole family as you go through this tough time. May God be with you.


Pepper posted on 1/20/21

I will continue to keep you and all your family in my prayers Tracey. I know he is watching over all of you I’m truly sorry for your loss, Love you guys, Pepper


Tom and Annie Grubbs posted on 1/20/21

Bill - We will miss Lynn greatly and are sorry we weren't able to spend time with you both when we moved down here. Our thoughts are with you and your family.


Bernie Kirsch posted on 1/20/21

You have my deepest sympathy at the loss of your mom...she raised to fine children that I know. M She lived a long and fulfilling life full of pleasure. May she be remembered for her kindness and Rest In Peace.


Bernie Kirsch posted on 1/20/21

Please know that I am sharing the grief of losing Myrtle at age 100. She lived a long and rewarding life. May she be remembered for his kindness, and may she Rest In Peace.


myra bernes posted on 1/19/21

Carole: Sending my deepest sympathy.. I just saw this is in the Atlanta paper and wanted you to know I am thinking of you. Remember my funny neighbor. and the fun times we had together.May all of your beautiful memories sustain you at this most difficult time. Fondly, your neighbor in Tennyson Place


Sandy and David Helsel posted on 1/19/21

David and I are so sorry for your loss, Bill. Lynn was a bright, curious person who always had something interesting going on. I loved talking with her. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.


Jean farrar posted on 1/19/21

I have so many fond memories of all of your family. Ella was so nice to all of us office girls at bhs. I’m so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and praying for God’s love and comfort.


Mary Louise Floyd posted on 1/19/21

We send our deepest sympathy to Carole, whom Lowrey was most blessed to have as wife and share his life. We profoundly appreciate Lowrey's mentorship of Spencer, his sound advice and guidance. We cherish the memory of Lowrey and Carole attending one of Spencer's tennis matches. We remember fondly all the fun that we shared with Carole and Lowrey. We wished you had not moved from Atlanta. With our abiding love, Mary Lou, Ed, and Spencer Floyd


Joe Scherberger posted on 1/19/21

Lowrey was one of the most cheerful guys I’ve ever known. No one enjoyed the dance floor more than Lowery. I recall him telling me about how worried he was about trying to make a good first impression on Carole’s father when he picked her up for their first date, things were going very well until Lowrey realized he had forgotten his wallet and he had to ask to borrow $5 for gasoline. Lowrey loved to tell that story and so many others. His good humor and cheerful manner were combined with solid character and a charitable spirit.


Carol Weaver posted on 1/19/21

Bill, I am so sorry to learn of Lynn’s passing. I will pray for you and your family. It’s a journey like no other.


Carter and Caroline (Huffy) Furr posted on 1/19/21

Carole: Huffy and I were late hearing the sad news about Lowrey. We do offer our sincere condolences. We will always remember his out going and fun personality when we were with you two at various events. Hope to see you at a Jamestowne event.


Colleen Hemphill Ahlum posted on 1/18/21

Our mother, Donna, always spoke of Jack and fond memories. Prayers to all the family.


Colleen Hemphill Ahlum posted on 1/18/21

Prayers to the family. Over the years our mother, Donna, would always talk about Jack and fond memories. Heaven gained another Angel.


RoseMarie Butz posted on 1/18/21

Dear Bill, my sincerest condolences for your loss. I knew Lynn through bridge and her leadership role with Antiques Adventures. She will be missed. My prayers are given for you and your family.



Jack Hemphill posted on 1/18/21

Always remembered your smile Jack. God has gained another angel


Sean Haynie posted on 1/18/21

Edwin, I'm so sorry for the passing of your father. Condolences to the entire family. Cherish often the memories.


Richard Wagner posted on 1/18/21

Very sad to hear of Lowery's passing. We worked together in Atlanta many years and were very good friends. I know both "Sack" and his good friend Art Gregory. We had many good times. We will all miss him.


Margie & Harold Gill posted on 1/18/21

Bill, Ellynn & Karen, Harold and I are so sadden about Lynn's death on Jan. 10th. She was a wonderful friend & neighbor over many years. May God bless you all as you go forward without her.


Sharon Sams posted on 1/18/21

Teaching with Lynn was a privilege like none other in my life. I learned so much from her about children in general and how to best “get things across” to them. I just cannot believe she is gone, and I know that one day I will be with her again!


Donna Green posted on 1/18/21

I enjoyed being Ella's hairstylist and friend for many years. My Fridays at 10a.m. will never be the same. Heaven has a new Angel.



Donna Green posted on 1/18/21

My Fridays mornings has not been the same for over a year. That was the last time I had the joy of being Ella's hairstylist for many years. We became close. My heart broke when Ralph called to tell me the news. She is now with our Lord and at peace. Amen.


Mary Puller posted on 1/18/21

Keeping Bob and family in our minds and hearts. May the happy memories of a long-lived life sustain you at this difficult time.


Tammy and Tom McRae posted on 1/18/21

Sending our thoughts and prayers


Christine Burns posted on 1/18/21

I worked with “Grandma” Bailey in WJCC preschool and loved her so much! She was a wonderful lady, warm and giving and funny! Even after she retired she lived to come to school when we were having special occasions and she will be very missed! God bless you Grandma


Schumacher posted on 1/18/21

Such a loss for words..... funny, kind, loving man and friend. Thoughts, love, prayers, strength for T and the boys.... just so damn hard to grasp. XO XO


Collin Scott posted on 1/18/21

Bill, so saddened to hear of your recent loss. Lynn was a gentle soul and thoughtful person who made everyone she met feel at ease. Prayers for your and your family's comfort during this time.


Ben Brown posted on 1/18/21

Rest in Peace, Mrs. Darling - I remember the warmth and welcoming atmosphere of your house many years, walking over from school. coming by for choir dinners and coming over to play as a child. You were truly a pillar of my society and a wonderful family friend and example. Your legacy of kindness and service lives on in your family. Go in Peace, you will be missed but not forgotten


Frank Smith posted on 1/17/21

Myrtle Eva, Bob Sr. And Jr. gave me my first job when I was in high school. The values they taught me about public service served me throughout my working life as a librarian. They cared for their customers and I cared for mine. I am fortunate to have visited her before the pandemic and renew our friendship. She kept us all in a pleasant line and often brought us meals while we worked at Bob’s Sunoco on Richmond Road. I will always be grateful to the Baileys for the lessons I learned while working at Bob’s. Myrtle Eva was a joy to be with and a great teacher of life’s good lessons.


Elizabeth Vandaveer Binsfield posted on 1/17/21

Mary Lee was not only an exemplary faculty member during my years at at Walsingham; she was a good friend to me. As our Guidance Counselor she helped us maneuver the college preparatory process, but she also looked out for our emotional well-being. She was a tremendous support and sounding board as I navigated my world after my parents’ divorce midway through my high school years. I did stop by WA several times after leaving Williamsburg to tell her how grateful I was for her gentle guidance, and she was just as welcoming each time. I loved her wry sense of humor, which I remember was present in all of her children whom I knew personally. Godspeed, Mary set an amazing example for humanity and left an incredible legacy.


Pat Naugle Andrews posted on 1/17/21

Bill and family, I was so sorry to hear of Lynn's illness and now her death. I worked with Lynn for a great many years at Yorktown Elementary and she was always so kind to me, often giving me a good reason to laugh. She was a bright star there and she will be greatly missed by all of us. Treasure all the wonderful memories you have and remember that she loved you all very much.


Debby Herrin posted on 1/17/21

We are so sorry for your loss. I was fortunate to be her home room mom when my son was in her 5th grade class at Yorktown Elementary and was a wonderful influence on her class.


Marlene Riccio posted on 1/17/21

Dear Bill and family, I was so sorry to hear Lynn passed. I looked up to Lynn when we worked at Dare together. She was a wonderful teacher and taught me so much. I truly enjoyed keeping in touch with her during our summer lunches.


Chris Darling posted on 1/17/21

Mom, You will be missed beyond what can be said in words. We will keep the promise to take good care of dad. LIfe well done, all jobs well done! Love, Chris PS - Keep looking down once in a while. When my time comes I may need you, as always, to reach out and help me up!


Anne Nevins posted on 1/17/21

I have known Mr. Hooker for about 9 years when I started buying water at Handi Ice. Over the years he has treated my family like his own. He was the most giving, generous, and positive person I knew. He gave from his heart and was always wiling to share God's word, words of encouragement, and help in any way that he could, to so many in the community. I will truly miss his kind heart and generosity and he will always be in my family's heart and never be forgotten.


Susan Miller posted on 1/17/21

Dear Bill, Ellynn, and Karen, I was so saddened to hear of the loss of Lynn. We shared many laughs and teacher ideas over the years. She was a very special human being, and we will all miss her. Thinking of you all, and sending prayers to you. Susan Miller


David Rice posted on 1/17/21

Linda and I loved Ms. Bailey! She always had a smile and something good to say. We pray God's peace and strength for the family during this time.


fred blough posted on 1/16/21

Please accept our condolences on the loss of your wife. Our hearts go out to you and your family. Fred & Marie Blough


Larry and Mary Ann Gaskins posted on 1/16/21

Mary Ann and I extend out heartfelt condolences for the passing of Lynn. She was a lovely person who will be missed by all who knew her. God bless you and your family.


Tom and Trudie Pitkin posted on 1/16/21

Bill and family....Tommy and I are so very saddened to hear of Lynn's passing...We were not aware that she had been facing some health issues. We fully realize this is a very difficult time for all of you. Please know that each and every one of you are in our ever present thoughts..



Johnny Red Phillips posted on 1/16/21

David was the most loving, giving & caring person. So sorry for your loss as he'll be missed. His Family is in our prayers & we are glad to do anything we can. May God bring you all Peace & Comfort in knowing he's no longer in pain & Rejoicing in his Final Reward. Love, John Phillips & Kathy


Tom johnson posted on 1/16/21

Judy and I send our condolences to the Bailey Family. So sorry to hear of Myrtles passing, she was an extraordinary lady.


Kathy Gauthier posted on 1/15/21

Prayers lifted.


Stephan Lochner posted on 1/15/21

Unser aller herzliches Beileid aus Deutschland! Wir denken an Euch und würden uns über eine Nachricht freuen. Familie Lochner


Susan Rein posted on 1/15/21

Bill, I am sorry to hear about Lynn. She was a kind person and will be greatly missed. My prayers for you and your family.


Billy & Karen Binion posted on 1/14/21

Mr. Kellam.... Karen and I are sadden by the passing of Lynn. She was always a bright light wherever she went and never afraid to jump in and help. We will miss her. Karen & BillyB


Trina A Matthews posted on 1/14/21

I've never had the pleasure of meeting Mr Hooker but I have heard so many things about him . Thank you for all you have done for the community


Paul Rein posted on 1/14/21

Bill, no words to express your loss of 52 years. She was a really nice woman, and you 2 were a great pair. Thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. Go on living and make her proud of you as she looks down. She wants you to shoot 71, the next time on the golf course


Robin D Carson posted on 1/14/21

Dear Bill, I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. Please know that I am thinking of you and praying that your beautiful memories will soon bring you peace.


Ginger and family posted on 1/14/21

I have purchased water from his business the past two years. During this time, I learned to admire his determination to live and his steadfast faith in God. May God surround his extended family and friends with peace and may God welcome him home.


Don McLaurin posted on 1/13/21

Sack was one of my favorite fraternity brothers - he truly understood brotherhood. While we lived in different cities after school we remained in periodic contact over the years. He was a joy to be around and always entertaining. He one of a kind and will be sorely missed by everyone who knew him.


Jeff Brooker, MD, Columbia, SC posted on 1/13/21

Dear Mrs. McNeel and all Lowrey’s family: I too saw the notice in The State today of Lowrey’s passing just before Christmas, 2020 and extend condolences but also congratulations on his full and varied life. “Who could ask for anything more?” the song goes. I don’t recall Lowrey was part of the Sigma Nu “PRANK” on Clemson in November, 1961 but several of us were. This year, if we make it to fall, will be the 60th anniversary of a trick that would be prohibited currently but was, we thought at least, clever and fun. I think Lowery enjoyed being part of this group "back in the day" while excelling in studies and learning valuable life skills. Take care, be safe.


Elizabeth Rice posted on 1/13/21

Thank you for putting this obit in the State. I remember Lowrey well from being a Sigma Nu at USC with my brother Dick McPherson. He was one of nicest people ever. He even took me to a sorority party one evening where I became sick and he was just a gentleman! It's funny the things you remember. He was a close friend to my brother who is deceased so this note is in part for him. A good life, well led. Sympathy and love to Carole and family. Elizabeth McPherson Rice


John Phillips posted on 1/13/21

I loved David Hooker as if he was my own family was the kindest man I have ever known I will miss him dearly and think about him every time I pass Handy ice I feel David Hooker Loved me too


John Phillips posted on 1/13/21

David Hooker


Craig Hofmeyer posted on 1/11/21

Dr. Hammer was my organic chemistry professor at CNU for two semesters. I have never studied so hard for a class in all my life. He definitely made a mark on my life. He was the only professor invited to my wedding and he actually showed up and it was in Leesburg Virginia. He left before I could speak to him. He did give me a nice pie dish for a gift. When labs would run late into the night we would sometimes talk about catfishing. I will never forget that grin he had and those dark frame glasses. I will never forget the red laser pointer he used or how his syllabus said pray for the dead, fight like hell for the living. The class-size would steadily decreased through the semester with less than half surviving. Today I was talking to a gentleman on the job that looked much like Dr. Hammer. That led me to look up his picture and then see his obituary. I hope that he knew Jesus so that one day I can see him again. Blessings!


Nancy Hummel posted on 1/7/21

I knew Sylvia through the League of Women Voters. She was a delightful, upbeat person. It was a privilege to know her.


Nancy Hummel posted on 1/7/21

It was a delight to know Sylvia through the League of Women Voters. A wonderful woman.


Suzanne Latimer posted on 1/7/21

Deepest condolences to Marc and the family. I always enjoyed seeing her when she would bring the dogs in for their grooming. Very sweet lady!


Joanne Spangler posted on 1/7/21

Sorry to hear this; we so enjoyed her co