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  1. Rachel Dancy on

    We are so completely heartbroken, and still can’t believe you are gone but know you will never be forgotten. I will cherish all our memories from the past 20 years sharing life with you. You will forever be in our beautiful children’s hearts and we will keep your legacy alive. The boys and I will never stop loving you and lifting you up…Until we meet again <3

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  2. Bonnie McGhee on

    Wow! Resting in peace and without pain. An angel for sure. I will think of you often and will enjoy the memories of our conversations. Butterflies and Pennies. Love and Prayers to all who will miss her.

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  3. Dolores Downing on

    I am saddened to hear of Ted and Pat both passing away. They were great neighbors to my parents, Peck and Marcie Graves and my son Robert Newton. They were hard working people who loved having a beautifully manicured yard and amazing flowers. Our condolences to the families of Pat and Ted and their friends.

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  4. Betty Chidester on

    When we were house hunting in Virginia Beach, Yoko and John graciously housed my family in their Sea Breeze home. Little did I know that we would become neighbors several years later. Yoko would always greet us from the bottom of the driveway when we were out on our walk. Gracious and always perfect in her appearance every time we would meet! My family has very fond memories of Yoko and John. The Chidesters

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  5. Leslie Cordova on

    Mom – I miss you so much but I am glad that you have journeyed home to Heaven. Through the tears, my heart smiles because I know that you are happy, reunited with dad, and watching down from the Heavens as my Guardian Angel. I am heartbroken – there is no denying that … but I will be OK. You taught me to be strong, and I will give my best to follow in your footsteps. I miss you, mom and I will hold you in my heart every day until we meet again. Love love love you!

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  6. Ralph and Regina Thomann on

    Our love and sympathy to Kit’s family. We worshipped together with her and your Dad, shared dinners and wonderful memories. Kit’s gift of floral design was truly a gift which she shared generously at St Nicholas and later at Westminster. We last saw her at a fundraiser at WC a year ago this pat Christmas. She made a unique arrangement…in a gown! I was blessed to work with Dick on the columbarium committee. Gentle, loving caring people they both were. We will hold them in our heart and memory.

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  7. Barbara Howe on

    Mom: Thank you for being the best mom and friend anyone could have. You were honestly the strongest yet kindest person I’ve ever known. I have many wonderful memories, cards, and photos that bring me peace and joy. I’ll cherish them always until we meet again. I know you are at peace with Dad and enjoying your time together. While I miss you terribly I celebrate your reunion. I miss and love you both so much. Thank you for always being there for us.

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  8. Liz Heischober on

    Leslie, I was so sorry to read of your mom’s passing. I remember how close you were to her. Losing one’s parents is a difficult experience to cope with even though we know that they will not be with us forever. Hold fast to all of your memories. Thinking of you and your family.

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  9. Sherri Mulkey on

    To Sandra and Family, We are all deeply saddened for the passing of ‘Aunt Sarah.’ May God continue to comfort the family during this most difficult time. The great memories keep us going forward. In Jesus’ Name, the angels are rejoicing at Sarah’s arrival. Much Love, Sherri Mulkey, Gregory Mulkey & Karen (Mulkey) Staton

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  10. Linda A. Chavis on

    Sincerest condolences on the passing of the lovely lady that you and the boys called wife mom. I am grateful that I had the opportunity to meet her through the years. You two were a wonderful couple.
    Linda Chavis

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  11. Rhonda & Franklin Walton on

    I am praying that God wraps his loving arms of Peace & Comfort to each one at this difficult time. Dana was an amazing person whom we all loved. Her memories will forever be in our heart & memories….God Bless We love y’all so very much

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  12. Bonnie Smith on

    My heart breaks for this beautiful woman. Dana was an angel on earth to so many and helped more young Mother’s than anyone will ever know. Dana had a smile that would light a room and a side look with those eyes that wouls say it all. She love her boys and all her grandchildren with all her heart. Dana I will miss you my friend … keep all the angels laughing in heaven. Til we meet again BIG MAMA. Prayers to the family

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  13. Karen DiMarino on

    We are praying for the family and are so sorry you had to lose Michael so soon. May God comfort your hearts and give you peace.

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  14. Cameron Patrick on

    I’m so sorry to hear of Mike’s passing. I have many memories of him from high school, the swim team, and since. Rachel, Andrew and Jacob we love you and have been keeping you in our prayers.

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  15. Colette M. Moody on

    So sorry to hear this! I worked with Mike at Tri-Cities, and he was always so helpful. Praying for Rachel, the boys, and the whole family.

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  16. Heather Westheimer on

    Your family has been heavy in my thoughts and I am so sorry for the pain you are experiencing, as you navigate through this tragic loss. I wish he had more time, but feel confident his adventurous spirit will live on in his sons and with the family as you reflect on memories. Thinking of you all…

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  17. Don Dacon on

    Ran with Bill for 12 years during public schools. Spent many many hours playing games and visiting with him at his home. He was a close friend and a good guy. My prayers are with Carol and the kids.

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  18. Richard R. Miller on

    Thoughts and prayers to Mark and family, Carol was lovely person who always had a smile and a good word for all. She will be missed by all.

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  19. Rob Saunders on

    My condolences on the loss of Jim, who was a very kind person and dedicated member of St. Andrews. Rob Saunders

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  20. anna hall on

    Going to miss her and that big smile on her face every time i saw her she was a very special friend miss her so much

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  21. Grace Rowe on

    So very sorry to hear of Dana’s passing, she was such a wonderful person,warm,kind,always helping whereever she was needed, and always that wonderful smile & joyful laughter !! R.I.P.Dana, love & prayers to the Family. Grace “Red”

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  22. Sue Sheaffer on

    I am so sorry to hear that Cousin Ted has passed. He was just a couple weeks younger than me and a good ‘buddy’ cousin. We had so much fun growing up. He will be missed. Susie

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  23. Pamela Parker Farmer on

    I am so terribly sorry for your loss. I know Nick enjoyed going up camping and hiking with Mike. Our family sends prayers for your entire family.

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  24. Jim & Leah Jester on

    Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out the the family of “Mrs. C”. What great memories we have of her. She was a life long friend and neighbor…

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  25. Pam (Jester) Begin on

    To all of the Mrs. C family My thought and prayers are with all of you at this sad time. I have so many great memories of her. Sending thoughts and prayers to all of you

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  26. Karen Redford on

    So so sorry to hear of Mike’s passing. This was heart breaking to hear. Praying for his family to find comfort.

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  27. Georgia Scott on

    To the family,
    I was so sorry to hear about your loss? I pray that Jehovah will give you the strength you need at this difficult time in your lives. She was always ready to answer my many questions, and was a very good friend to me. I will also miss her, but I know all the wonderful memories I have will help to ease the pain of losing my friend. I look forward to seeing her in the paradise that is coming to the earth.

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  28. Vivian Daughtry on

    Sincere sympathy to the family on your great loss. Throw your burden on Jehovah, and he will sustain you (Psalm 55:22). Please know that Joyce is in Jehovah’s memory, and He has not forgotten all the wonderful things she did.

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  29. Janice Hill on

    Please know that your family is in my prayers. Joyce was a zealous servant of Jehovah and He will not forget her works. Jehovah is looking forward to the day that He will call and Joyce will answer. Never forget the love Jehovah has for Joyce as we look forward to the day that she will once again be serving Him in the paradise here on earth.

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  30. Mary Surgeoner on

    Getting to know Faye was a high point. A funny, loving woman. Enjoyed working with Faye and also being a friend after she retired. Jim was dedicated to Faye and always by her side. Rest In Peace Faye, you deserve it.

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  31. Edward Pahl on

    My deepest condolences to the family. I worked with him in the school system for many years, and remember fishing with him. What a great guy! Ed Pahl, Norfolk VA

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  32. Tillie Creasy Howard on

    My sincere condolences to the Haughton Family. This pain of heart Jehovah will end soon, but will soften each day during your grieving process. I will never forget my visits to my grandmother Florence Creasy and my Aunt Eva Smith in Bremo Bluff,VA. The highlight of the week was field service with Joyce and the other pioneers on Tuesday and then the midweek book study. I was only 12/13 years old but from Joyce I learned the pioneer spirit. Her faithfulness will be rewarded.

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  33. E.B. Moore, Jr. on

    It saddens me to hear about the passing of Joyce. I’ve known her since 1964 when her Mother invited my Mom to the Kingdom Hall. We were neighbors for years. Don’t dwell on her passing but celebrate the life she lived well. Revelations 21:4 says “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning not outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” We look forward to seeing her again!

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  34. Woody Gregory on

    Lee as my friend and Brother. I learned a lot from this rusty old salt. Sweet man and a loyal friend. Lay down your tools, your journey is complete. WELL DONE!

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  35. Terry Morris on

    I remember the times Joyce and I worked in the door to door ministry together. She was very calm and mild tempered with her presentations and responses at the doors.
    I learned a lot from the field service tips she gave me to better my skills in the ministry.
    Jehovah yearns to wake up those sleeping in his memory. I also cannot wait to see her again … when all things will be new. (Revelations 21:5)

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  36. Vera Jones on

    My sincerest condolences to the Haughton and Shepard families. Because of the Shepard family, my family learned the truth and for that we are forever grateful.
    In our later years, Joyce and I shared our love of gardening and our many memories of raising our kids. Joyce will truly be missed. But for now her race is complete and we look forward to seeing the fulfillment of Jehovah’s many promises…when we can welcome Joyce back to a paradise right here on earth.

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  37. Carolyn nye on

    My thoughts and prayers for all of the family, I know that she will be greatly missed but she will always be in your heart

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  38. David Connors on

    While we started out with me as her supervisor, she became a beloved friend and confidante. Wry, sarcastic and funny as hell, you sure knew where you stood with Faye. I wasn’t certain until one morning when she gave me a kiss. To Angie and Jim; my deepest condolences, and I will miss my friend.

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  39. J. Parker on

    My dear brother please accept my condolences to you and your family. I won’t be able to send you the customary chicken and rolls but you are in my thoughts and prayers. When Tamika told me about your wife I was saddened. I know how much you love her and what agreat loss this is for you. Still being at her ressurection is now the focus we must all have. Thank you for the love that you showed for my girls. Stay strong. Numbers 6:24-26. Isa. 30:15.

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  40. Randy & Chris Punchard on

    Linda was a wonderful teacher for our daughter at Jamestown and a good friend at church. She will be missed! We are so blessed by having known her.

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  41. David Longfritz on

    My heart goes out to the entire Murray family and their friends as they deal with the loss of a truly great man. I grew to know Ray first as a client, but over the last two decades, much more as a treasured friend. God bless Ray and all his loved ones.

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  42. Karen Dailey (Harrison) on

    I am so saddened to learn of Jerry’s passing. I will never forget the many late nights on the football field and parties afterwards. My condolences, thoughts, and prayers are with the family. We love and miss you all. Big Hugs!! RIP Jerry

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  43. Meagan on

    Pappaw,
    Rest easy now. I will always remember going on bike rides and peanut butter and banana sandwiches. You are loved and missed by allot of people. To the rest of the family, I give my deepest condolences.

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  44. MWilson on

    Wilma and family, sending my deepest condolences to you and praying for the type of peace and comfort that surpasses all understanding.

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  45. Michael Thomas on

    What a sweet, godly woman Mrs. Perez was. She treated me, as a young college student, like part of her family, making me always feel at home. Praying the presence and peace of God will flood the hearts and minds of the family and friends she leaves behind.

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  46. Mackenzie Sheffield on

    You will be missed dearly Mrs. Baird. All of your students and former students love you so much and miss you. Thank you for all the laughs and the good times and the memories made in orchestra class. 💕

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  47. Mackenzie Sheffield on

    Rest in peace Mrs Baird. You were an amazing orchestra teacher. As a former student, I will miss you deeply. All of your students and former students love you. You will be missed.

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  48. Susan Miller on

    My deepest sympathy to all of the family and friends who will miss her so. She was a wonderful colleague and dear friend. I’ve never seen a better math teacher; she worked long and hard to make sure the students succeeded. What an inspiration she was! Susan Miller

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  49. Myra Jennings on

    I’m so very sorry to hear of Jim’s passing. We taught science across the hall from each other, and had wonderful times together at Princess Anne. Often, before school, Jim, Mrs. Agami, and I would be laughing so much at his comments – our days couldn’t have started any better. I appreciated the produce he thoughtfully brought in from his amazing gardens, especially since I could seem to grow anything. Jim was always the one with the answers, and always willing to share materials and ideas. I hope memories of him are of some comfort to Maddie and his family during these difficult days.

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  50. COLLEEN J CHAPMAN on

    Praying for peace to all who love Jim and long to see him again. He touched so many lives, including mine, and will always live through our hearts. We love and miss you Kansas City Jim.

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  51. Yvonne Bryant on

    To Brother Haughton and sons: Please accept my deepest sympathy! I draw comfort in knowing her condition is temporary! I have nothing but the best memories of Sis. Haughton. I appreciated the opportunities to get to know her as a person and she proved to be one of the most humble, dignified, reverent and serious-minded persons that impacted my life personally in ways that only Jehovah knows. I plan to continue my conversations with her in the Paradise. May you too draw comfort from that!—Isaiah 26:19.

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  52. Cheryl "Parker" Campbell on

    So sorry for your loss. I remember Vernon very well. He and his wife Norma were very good friends to my Mom and Dad. My memories of Vernon are fond ones as he always had an engaging smile and was super nice to everyone. Prayers of comfort for all the kids and grands! You were lucky to have him. I’m know he will be missed. 🙏❤️

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  53. Boyd Hatfield on

    You will always be in my heart ! You made cookies for All of us ! You’ll always be my cookie lady ! Thank you Mrs Gentry ! For everything ! ❤️🙏🙏🙏❤️

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  54. Glenna Catanese on

    I’m so sorry for your loss. It’s so hard to lose someone that is loved so much. My heart goes out to all of you. May the Lord wrap his arms around you and give you peace.

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  55. Brenda and Bobby Tugwell on

    We are so sorry for the loss of this dear sweet lady. She will be greatly missed. Prayers for family and friends.

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  56. Jerry & Judy Richardson on

    Diane and family:
    We loved Marcy very much. We are sorry for your loss. We will miss her and her great smile. There were many good times and memories with the Crusaders Class. She was so faithful in the class. Just think of the reunion she enjoys right now. So many from the class. Blessings to you all.

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  57. Betty J Burnell on

    You will be truly missed by all that knew you. Remembering the times we spent together through your ups and down days but also how strong you were. Never will forget your kindness and how humble you was, praying for the family

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  58. Cassandra Sanders on

    My Sincere Condolences to the Graham Family may God keep you in his arms to give you strength n comfort my prayers for you all 💔

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  59. Wayne Booth on

    I’ve known John since he started with Bell Atlantic we worked together off and on for all those years. I can say that I’ve never met or worked with a finer person. I know your in a better place now.

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  60. Barb Wallerich on

    Our sincere condolences on the passing of cousin Ted and his wife. Though we were several years apart in age, fond memories remain.

    Melvin & Barb Wallerich

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  61. Faye Crocker on

    I miss and love you so much Bobby now Steve is up there I’m laying this candle for both of you and him RIP😘 hugs and kisses to you and Steve

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  62. Holly & Steve Wetzel on

    Jerry brightened all days. His smile, humor, laughter, and pure joy of life was contagious. He was a genuine friend and the most honest person I think I’ve ever met.

    His love for God was evident, his love for Wilma immense, his love for his family was unconditional, and his love for friends was apparent.

    Steve and I will always love this man, and cherish the memories made with Jerry – forever.

    Love to all that knew this wonderful man. I know you need comfort, as we were all blessed to have had the pleasure of knowing him. Our hearts go out to Wilma, their children, and grandchildren. May you find comfort and peace throughout the days to come.

    Holly & Steve Wetzel

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  63. Richard Tarr on

    Sorry to hear about Randy. He was my long time wreck and cave diving buddy and I hiked many a mile on the Appalachian Trail with him. I owe him for a lot of reconstruction work he did on my house. Anything i can do for the family, please let me know. I’ll miss him.
    Richard Tarr

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  64. Bruce Price on

    Dear JoAnn & Mike,
    Peggy and I wanted you to know how wonderful the memorial service was last night. It was so nice to see you and your family. It brought back many great memories of our Yale Drive days growing up with each other and our children and also Mike’s & BJ’s wedding. Love, Bruce & Peggy

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  65. Michelle Steenburn on

    My dear sweet gramma my heart is hurting so bad right now! You are missed beyond words! I know you are up there watching over all of us now!! I love you so much and I’ll hold onto all my memories until I see you again!

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  66. Bobbie Patterson on

    Lori was a beautiful person and full of life.I worked with Lori at a oncology office,she always had a smile on her face,and the patients loved her. That blonde spikey hair and her favorite jacket the Steelers. Lori RIP u will be missed!

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  67. Pamela Dean on

    Wishing Lori’s loved ones peace during this sad and heartbreaking time. Lori is in a beautiful place full of love and laughter.
    Kindly,
    Pamela Dean and family

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  68. Kathy Cooke on

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    I have known Adam through his cousin, April, since our high school days, and I was so sorry to hear of his passing. My heart goes out to all of his family, especially to Aunt Debby, Aunt Kathy, April, and Adam’s daughter. Adam was friendly, fun to be around, and had a gentle charm that always appealed to me. I saw him off and on throughout the years in April’s company, and he was always good for a chat, always took an interest in how I was doing, and he even lent me a favorite book of poetry once. I have included a picture of us in 2003 at a hotel down by the beach, which I’ll remember him by. Adam was unforgettable, and he will be missed. I’m so sorry for your loss.

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  69. Valerie Wilder on

    Lori, will be greatly missed. Her Georgia accent, energetic and high-powered personality touched us all. It was a joy traveling to the Eastern Shore with every Monday for three years. We knew each other well. I’m going to miss you my sister. Rest in Heaven until we meet again. Your sister in Christ and friend.

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  70. Jessica Puhek on

    Lori was an instant friend to everyone she come into contact with. She had the biggest heart and cared deeply for her family and friends. I only had the pleasure of being her friend for a few short years but she has left a permanent imprint on my heart. Rest in Peace Friend.

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  71. Robert Doud on

    My Dear Aunt Marcie, So far but yet so near! You are missed, the last of the generation. My heart goes out to all…now we must endure…until we all rejoice together.

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  72. Pamela Simmons on

    Jimmy was a friend of mine in college. It was many years ago and my memory has faded, but whenever I picture him, we’re laughing together. Rest easy Jimmy. ♥️

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  73. Paul Wegweiser on

    I lost one of my absolute giants this month.
    James was a natural and gifted teacher for 4 decades – the type you read about in magazines, or hear about on those old Sunday Morning Charles Kuralt shows. He knew how to light the spark in the brains of kids – in Science and Math, and the absolute wonders of the world and Astronomy. It was his passion – and one he championed among those he taught.
    When I was 14, he was the one that took me on fishing trips to get me out of the house, while my mom was going through the brutalities of Chemo – traveling a dead end street lined with 4 or 5 different simultaneous cancers. He sat me down in 1984 and said: “You know she doesn’t have much longer before the end comes.” Words I needed to hear out loud, as a jerk adolescent.
    In 1979 or so, he was a Geology student of my fathers. He soon became one of my parents’ closest friends, and a true uncle figure for me – but also far MORE than an uncle. Never one to shy away from the truth, he taught me many good – and sometimes difficult lessons. He was a born scientist, and he always strove for truth in all things.
    I owe a great deal of who I am as a man, to the teachings of James Steven Loeffler. My desire to learn… my sense of humor…humility…even elements of my laugh. He cooked. He gardened. He made people laugh nervously, even when they knew the jokes were a little too dirty for polite company.
    He was (as my mother so aptly put it) “…beautiful until he opened his mouth to speak.”
    I know you had your battles James, and you didn’t win every one. But I am honored to have shared some very special time on this planet with you. God Speed. I hope you and Kim (and my parents; Art and Helen,) are whooping it up and telling good stories long into the never-ending night. You were loved my friend.

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  74. Betsy Rogers Kozinn on

    Sending sincere condolences to Jim’s entire family . I met Jim in my freshman year of college at Edinboro State College ( now Edinboro University) We met when I joined The Ski Patrol at Mount Pleasant. We became best friends very quickly and were inseparable during my four years at Edinboro. We shared so many good times and happy memories on our skis, bikes and with our friends. Jim helped, supported and” tutored” me in science and typed all of my papers for me( long before PC’s and laptops). Jim was an incredible and gifted teacher and was loved by his fellow teachers and students. He was a thoughtful, loyal and amazing friend and a kind and gentle soul. May his memory be a blessing.

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  75. Belfor Property Restoration on

    We are so saddened to hear this news. Randy was such a great person, great friend and excellent contractor. We here at Belfor Property Restoration will truly miss him. Our deepest condolences to his wife and family.

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  76. Stephanie McLaughlin on

    You will be deeply missed Uncle John! The kids and I love you and hope you are having fun in heaven with Mom Mom and my Dad! Love you and will miss you forever! Until we meet again!

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  77. BARBARA HECKEL on

    My sincerest sympathy goes out to the Thompson family. Bob was such a wonderful man. It was such a pleasure to know him and his beloved wife. He greeted me and my husband every Sunday at Emmanuel Lutheran Church. He will be missed.

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  78. Cindy and Larry Firman on

    Our thoughts and prayers continue for all of you. Blessed in so many ways to have known Marcel. She is truly an angel and we will miss her. Love you all.

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  79. Lauren Fancher on

    Thinking of all of the Dibbles and Finchers and of Marcel, who was beautiful inside and out, with a gift for laughter, adventure, family, and friends, as well as being an artist and art educator who touched so many lives. I was lucky to be a part of it over the many years, always full of laughter, starting in the early 1980’s in Athens through our last conversation two months ago, She will always be in my heart.
    With love and remembrance,
    Lauren
    ——————–
    Lauren Fancher
    Athens, Georgia

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  80. Julie Kennedy-Lindstrom on

    Much love to you both, Laurie and Lewis. Mona and I send our condolences on the loss of Uncle Bill, and this extremely late posting. You are in our prayers.

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  81. John & Anita Monroe on

    Julie and family,
    We are saddened to learn of your mother’s passing. The loss of a parent is so difficult. Praying sweet memories and peace for you.
    John & Anita

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  82. Dave Wooden on

    Our deepest condolences to Marcel’s family. She was a beautiful soul who brought much warmth and happiness to all who knew her.

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  83. Megan Luker on

    My sympathy for the Burke Family. It was a pleasure to have know Dave and helped him sell and buy his homes. I am truly sorry for your loss. What a wonderful man!
    Megan Luker

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  84. Robert Rosenthal on

    My father, Larry Rosenthal, was Pete’s cousin. My Dad passed on 3/4/21 also at 82 years old. My father would tell me stories about how he and Pete moved from Galena and rented an apartment in Park Ridge, IL. Dad had so many fond memories of him and Pete living in the suburbs of Chicago. I’m so sorry for your loss.
    – Bob Rosenthal

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  85. Bob Carter on

    Dawn, I have just learned of your loss. I am so very sorry as I remember David as a kind, humorous and dependable person. While I have not seen you in some time, it seems like yesterday that you came to work with HLCRE and were such a joy to see each day at our front desk. That, or course, led to your meeting David and the rest is history. The two of you had so many wonderful years together and I am very happy for that. Know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Bob

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  86. David Hensley II on

    A great man that will be missed. This man taught me alot in life on how to be a man and most of the things In life I enjoy. Well never forgot you and already missed those calls.

    Your favorite nephew

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  87. Mr. & Mrs Joseph Yurso on

    Barbara and I extend our condolences to Marty and the family. We knew Robert for many years and shared membership at Emmanuel Lutheran Church. Robert was an active member of the church and we shared many hours together supporting the church family. We will miss him and his strong support for the church. We know the Good Lord welcomes his talent and strong support for Jesus Christ.

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  88. The Barry's on

    You are all in our thoughts and prayers. May you find peace in memories of all those special moments you shared.

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  89. Mary & Garry Whitaker on

    Sorry for the loss. John was a amazing friend to us. We will always remember the good times that we had with him. He always was there to help out or just to talk with. He had became part of our family and was like a brother to me. RIP John, until we meet again.

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  90. Bill Ward on

    My dear friend of 45 years I will miss you. All the great times we had together I will always cherish those memories from swimming at big orange country to skiing out west and everything in between there are so so many. I’ll never forget you. See you on the other side

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  91. Ed and Judy Odom on

    We are very saddened by the great loss of the Dibble family; our hearts are broken. Marcel was a giver to all and didn’t expect anything in return. A look back at her life demonstrates her dedication to others, from teaching children her entire adult life to raising two of the most beautiful human beings I know, is proof of what a loving gift to life Marcel was. Time heals and memories fade but what you leave behind forever contributes to the positive legacy of life. Marcel’s left a great legacy through the children she taught, the people she touched and her own wonderful family. Peace and love to them all…

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  92. Kevin Heitzhaus on

    My condolences to Steve’s family and friends. I am a golf buddy of Steve’s and always appreciated his approach to life and golf. He is missed.

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  93. Rick Goldmeyer on

    I am indeed saddened to hear of Mike’s passing. He was a spiritual leader for the PRC gang that I was privileged to serve on. The world is,indeed, a darker place today.
    I pray that they memory of the good times you shared will quickly grow to fill the void you feel today.

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  94. Susan Price on

    Sharon, Mike, and family,

    Sending love your way. May you all know God’s comfort during these difficult days. Peace to you all.

    Love, Susan

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  95. Ann Reilly on

    As a co-worker and friend of 29 years, Mike has left his footprints in my life. I will never forget all his kindnesses, wisdom and, of course, the laughs we shared over the years. He was a special person and words cannot describe how sorry I am at his loss. It is with deep sympathy that I offer my sincere condolences to you and your family.

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  96. Mike(sub2) Jennette on

    Alice, Nick and family I am so very sorry for your loss. I worked with Mike Olenik for about 20 years. Mike was always full of fun, curiosity, creativity and compassion. As contractors, we visited many places and met many different people. Mike was first to reach out and embrace new folks and ideas. Together, he and Alice raised a beautiful family and were usually the center of the joyous and frenetic activities in their neighborhood. There seemed to be so much happening that it was almost scary, but they were there and in control. How incredible is that? But, best of all, Mike was a good and just man. I know I am not alone in saying that He will be missed. We need men and families like this in our lives. Thanks, Mike and Alice, for sharing.

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  97. Kirk Sutton on

    I was a good friend of Steve’s for many years. We worked along side each other, played golf together, and we talked outside of that about the Lord. Steve was a wonderful man, always had a smile on his face and could make any person laugh he was around. He is definitely missed for sure. My condolences go out to all Steve’s family in this time of mourning. We know he is playing golf 24/7 in heaven now with that never forgotten smile on his face.

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  98. Chris Capozzi on

    I am another golfing buddy of Steve’s, fortunate to have known him. Steve was a good kind hearted guy, and all of his ‘Us Boys’ golf buddies share in your sorrow. As Steve would do, with love and friendship, please accept our deepest condolences.

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  99. Joan Simon on

    Alice and family,
    I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Mike. What a wonderful person. His videos will always be a part of our lives. His kindness and smile will always be remembered. My heart hurts for your loss.
    You are in our thoughts and prayers, forever.
    Love,
    Joan Simon
    David Smith

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  100. Adrian on

    To the family of Mr. Fred Whitaker, I would like to send my condolences and thank you for sharing your love one . He was a awesome man who would put a smile on your face when you was feeling down and out.He would grab his Bible and began to share the word . I pray that God comfort you and strengthen you in your weakest moments. Thinking of you. Adrian

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  101. Verna on

    I know there are no words that provide the comfort you need right now; just know that I care. My condolences to your family on the loss of your dear brother.

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  102. Tom Morris on

    My prayers and condolences go out to Steve’s family. As ponder over all the good times we had on the golf course and the friendship that we shared, Steve is truly missed. Our Myrtle Beach Trip will never be the same without that rustic 7-Wood…!!! Rest in Peace my Brother Steve.

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  103. Attorney Beth Ann R. Lawson on

    Life is only too short if you haven’t lived every day you were given. Michael Olenik was a giant among humans. He lived every single day to the fullest. This man loved his family, friends, community and mankind. Michael was always there with confidence. He sought to give assistance. People turned to him for guidance. He found the love of his life, Alice, and lived life loving her and their children and grandchildren. He lived with honor, respect for all, generosity and care for other people. He will be missed by so many. Rest in piece my friend.

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  104. Marcia Austin on

    I have fond memories of Jackie from our many shared experiences at Unity Renaissance and Alex Then”s Healing Circles. She always had a smile on her face and a kind word to say to everyone. I was saddened to hear of her passing. My heart goes out to Judy and all of her family. Her light still shines.

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  105. Carol Hickman on

    Julie, Joe brought you joy. I am grateful he gave you much happiness. Praying for your peace.
    Paul and Carol Hickman

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  106. James Delaney Jr. on

    My brother, death may have taken you away from this physical soil, but I will not let time fade the memories of you. So rest well, and I pray that you are in peace. Glory to God! Amen!

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  107. Dale Ross on

    Willis, today I learned of your passing. I remember the bicycle rides and wrecks. The cigars and the tall tales..and all of the fun we had. I remember how we became fast friends, argued, and laughed. You were a great friend and I will always remember you. Sleep well and rest easy my friend.

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  108. Diana Wooden on

    My thoughts and prayers are with the Dibble and Fincher families during this difficult time. I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of Marcel. She was such a special person to so many! From the first time I met her in Germany, until the last time I saw her in Virginia, she always brightened my day and filled the room with sunshine and laughter! She was such a talented educator and artist, but best of all she knew how to be a good friend. One of my fondest memories of Marcel is when we took a little trip from Germany to London, England to meet up with our men, whom were there on a cross country! Riding in the back of a British black cab on the wrong side of the road was a hilarious adventure with Marcel, Lisa Olsen, and me! I have never laughed so hard! Then of course, we girls wanted to tour art museums, while the boys wanted to go to the war museum! We shared so many laughs that weekend. Marcel and I were both expecting our first child on that trip as well! She loved her family and friends!

    Marcel has left warm memories, and a beautiful legacy to all that her life touched. Her spirit will live on in our hearts.

    Psalm 34:18 The Lord is near to the broken hearted.

    With deepest sympathy as you remember Marcel,

    Love,
    Diana Wooden

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  109. Janice Deur on

    Marsha, I am just now seeing this in March 2021. I am so very sorry! Mike was the sweetest! I pray that your fond memories bring you peace.

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  110. DonnaAgresto-Seavey on

    Sincere condolences to the Huber family..
    Kathy enjoy your new journey! Your smile and sweet spirit will always be remembered.

    Donna

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  111. Theresa Creef on

    My heart breaks for the loss of Steve and for his family. I always felt he was family to me. May God wrap His arms around each of you and keep you in His care.

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  112. Alice Olenik on

    You gave me the most wonderful life I could ever imagine and it will be forever changed without you. Your love and memories will carry me until we are together again. You are with our son Chris and I know y’all are looking over us. I promise you I’ll be ok. It may take me awhile but I’ll get there. Love you forever.

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  113. Debbie Ashby Sholar on

    Dear Alice,
    I am so saddened to hear of Mike’s passing. I have such fond memories of our adventures together. You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.
    Love,
    Debbie

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  114. Junelizabeth Paine on

    Noreen is a cherished and loving gift to all of us, especially her family. I will not say “was”, as her spirit lives on in all of those whose lives she touched. In life, she was a powerful, humble, generous and loving woman, and so very gentle. I admired her tenacity and loved our friendship. Always smiling and not just with her lips but with that twinkle in her eyes.

    Her presence will be especially and sorely missed by you, her dear family, and I shall also,

    In God’s loving arms, she will hear: “Well done my child”…

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  115. Karen Francis aka "fifi" on

    To my Friend Kurzee and her Family,
    Words are not coming when I think of “Pops”, but there are many wonderful “Green Beans” memories of him and his humor! He was, indeed, one of the best “girls” when we would go out! He had the humor (and occasionally even agreed) when we “man bashed” and vented in general. The party started when he arrived! He was a lovely, gentle man. We will miss him but know that he is in a much better place. Love you, xoxo, fifi

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  116. junelizabeth on

    Even to this day, I smile at one of our adventures.
    I heard about an Augustus Saint Gauden’s Sculpture exhibit about two hours from Portsmouth. At this time, Noreen had a bit of a problem walking on uneven surfaces. Most all of the sculptures were spread out on grassy knolls to be observed. She politely and generously told me to go on ahead and she would simply sit in the shade.

    You have got to be kidding, no way was I going to do that. We did not come all this way for her to sit and not see these magnificent pieces of art, which she enjoyed. I asked her to get back in the car and without permission from the museum, drove her around on the lawns and grassy knolls, with her laughing all the way. Yes, we were stopped at one point, but after a courteous explanation, we were allowed to continue driving on the lawn.. We even stopped every so often and she was able to walk up closely to see the magnificent pieces on display. It was a fun day!.

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  117. Debbie Apperson on

    It was a pleasure to get to know Mike. His commitment to doing good was one thing I admired most about him. Having him on my plunge team was an honor. I always knew that with the Alice and Mike team, I didn’t need to worry, all was under control. My heart aches for you.

    May God grant you always…
    a sunbeam to warm you,
    a moonbeam to charm you,
    a sheltering Angel
    so nothing can harm you.
    Laughter to cheer you,
    faithful friends near you,
    and whenever you pray,
    Heaven to hear you.

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  118. Mr & Mrs Shane Boda & family on

    Our sincere condolences to the family. John was a great friend and cousin. He will greatly missed.

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  119. Spike Mertes on

    Condolences & prayers to Justin, Katlyn, the grandkids & the Crowder family. I met Steve working for Shopsmith and developed a grand friendship thru our employment sharing ups and downs on the golf courses, Thanksgiving events, sales and beyond. A great friend over the years, sharing those times teasing each other about our prowess on a golf course or sales, Steve being the “better” in sales. Face time during his last days were memorable. I can still hear his laugh and his drawl as I put down these words. I am happy that he is no longer suffering, but I will miss his jovial conversations. Loved the guy for his truthfulness and being a true friend over the years. May he Rest In Peace, now and forever. Hit ‘em long and putt straight, Steve on whatever cloud you’re playing. You’re flying now.

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  120. Racheal Ventura on

    I miss you everyday my Uggie. You and mama keep watching over me and the family keeping ur memory alive . Miss u until we meet again

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  121. Linda Hamill on

    Dear Melanie,
    I am so sorry for the loss of Kent in 2015. I know this condolence is out of the blue, but I have been searching for some time for him and his family. It saddens me that I’m too late. I pray that my message finds you at peace and doing well.

    Sincerely,

    Linda Hamill

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  122. Victoria A Ehrbar on

    My heartfelt sympathy for the loss of your mom I am sending to you,Kathleen,Donald, and John, may the Lord bring you peace during this sad time.Dear Aunt Noreen may you rest in peace. I will miss you always and I am so thankful for my sweet memories of you,our many talks about books,poetry,philosophy and our shared love of nature and the earth,and the lost art of letter writing, I will love you always, Victoria

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  123. Janice on

    I am Uncle Cecil’s daughter.
    I am so very sad to learn of her passing.
    I had lost touch with her, and thought about her frequently.
    Much love to all of your family.

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  124. Laura Deiulio on

    Gone too soon but never to be forgotten. My dear friend and neighbor, you saw the world in such a unique and valuable way. And you taught me so much. Lakeside seems empty without you.

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  125. C. Alt on

    Dear Trish, Andrew, and family — Our sincerest condolences to all of you. Our thoughts, prayers, and hugs are with you all. Bruce, Chris, and family.

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  126. Vince Contini on

    Cousins,
    We are so sorry for your loss. Noreen was a very special lady and will be missed. We all have another angel looking down on us.
    XoXo,
    Vince, Angela, Dominic & Natalie Contini

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  127. Michael Lally on

    We moved into the house next door to the Shoemaker’s in 1969… Ms. Shoemaker was ALWAYS so very nice to me growing up and in later years. It is so sad to here about this and my prayers are with the family… Rest In Peace Ms. Shoemaker… a very special person is now in heaven and will no longer suffer…

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  128. Debbie Holder on

    Mike was a good man who put family first above all else. I hope your memories and faith bring you comfort. Praying for you every day.
    Love
    Debbie

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  129. Sexton Family on

    Bill’s honesty and loyalty will be missed; a truly honorable man. Condolences to Anne, Sean and Sarah.

    Brian, LouAnne and Gabriella

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  130. Lisa Ricketts on

    I am so sorry for the Shumaker’s loss.your wife and mom was definitely a strong willed woman, she spoke her mind for sure. She loved her boys, nothing could come between her and her sons. They would argue hard in the day and she would turn around make them some good dinners & a six pack of budweiser. I do miss her laugh she was tough. I really feel sad for her husband, they were so different in personality but loved each other dearly. Love you all, Lisa Ricketts

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  131. Boyd Hatfield on

    My buddy ! Chink we will miss you ! Tammy, Lucille, and I will forever love you brother ! Prayers for the family and I’m here for you ! ❤️🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️😩

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  132. Cheryl Anne Flynn on

    Sincere condolences. I just didn’t know. Scotty was a good hearted friend when I lived in the neighborhood. Edie, I am so sorry to hear. Much love to you all.

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  133. John McKinzie on

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    Lois was as sweet and caring as she was strong. She was such a joy to work with and have as a friend. I could always talk with her about work and my personal life. She was always encouraging and made you feel like you had a strong supporter. Her strength over the last several years has been inspiring. When we would talk on the phone, she was always cheerful despite the struggles. I will cherish her friendship.

    My prayers go out to the family for the loss of an awesome mother and grandmother. You probably already know this, but she was well loved.

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  134. Rodney williams on

    Marino was an old friend of mine from Western Branch and Dunedin, I wish you well on your journey my friend.

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  135. Nell Wichmann on

    Dear Friend Ann,
    My heart aches for you with Bill’s passing to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
    May his life be eternal and may our precious Lord bring you peace.
    Love and Blessings , Nell and Wayne

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  136. Baila and Bruce Waldholtz on

    Dear Phyllis , Stephen, and Jessica,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. We know that everyone that knew your husband /dad will miss him. We are thinking about you at this time.

    Dear Phyllis,Stephen,and Jessica,
    We are thinking about you at this sad time. Your husband/father will be missed by all that knew him. May his blessed memory be a source of comfort to you in the days ahead.
    Baila and Bruce

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  137. Jane Renn Eadie on

    I am very sorry to hear of Steve’s passing.
    I have known him since our days at Warwick High School, although since then I only saw him at class reunions. Steve excelled in academics, sports, and was well-liked by his peers.
    I extend my deepest sympathies to his family and to those who loved him.
    I hope that warm memories of time spent with Steve bring them comfort and peace.
    Sincerely,
    Jane (Renn) Eadie

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  138. Pamela Anton Racine on

    Judy was such an energetic, caring presence at Star of the Sea school when Jim and her children attended the school. I remember working with her when I taught Patricia and Lisa. May her family find consolation in knowing how highly she was regarded and respected by other parents and teachers during those years. A woman of deep faith, she guided her children by her unassuming yet constant following of the Lord.

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  139. Rick Craven and Lois Bosken on

    Phyllis,
    Sending our heartfelt condolences for your loss.
    We remember Lenny’s wry humor, good nature and excellence in medicine, and always think of him whenever we pass by your old house in Middle Plantation.
    Lenny touched the lives of many, and is surely missed.
    Rick and Lois

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  140. Kathy Carter on

    I am so glad that I had the privilege to work with Dr. Dunford in the Minor Care at Sentara Bayside and Princess Anne. I learned a lot from him and enjoyed all the great stories he used to tell us about his past as a Doctor. He always treated his Patients with kindness and especially the Children making sure they had a sticker before they left the ER. To the Family I am deeply sorry for your loss and God Bless all of you. Dr. D may you Rest In Peace.

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  141. Brian Horais on

    I had the honor of serving under then Commander Bob Byng in Attack Squadron 34, stationed at Naval Air Station, Oceana Virginia. I was a squadron pilot and enjoyed the quiet yet firm leadership he exhibited. He had a way of extracting the best performance from his aircrews and squadron personnel without being harsh or demanding. His leadership set an example for me as I progressed in my career. Captain Byng will be missed.

    Brian Horais, USNA71
    Knoxville, TN

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  142. Marilyn Blackburn on

    GONNA MISS YOU DEAR BROTHER IF I DIDN’T GET TO SEE MUCH OF YOU. WE HAD SOME GOOD TIMES GROWING UP. HAPPY YOU ARE FINALLY UP IN HEAVEN WITH CHARLOTTE WHICH IS THE ONLY THING TO MAKE YOU HAPPY ..I KNOW HOW YOU MISSED HER. TELL ALL OUR SISTERS AND DICKIE AND OF COURSE MOM AND DAD HOW VERY MUCH I LOVE THEM AND MISS ALL OF THEM..ITS ONLY ME LEFT.SAVE ME A SEAT AT THE BLESSED TABLE.LOVE FOREVER YOUR BABY SISTER …MARILYN

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  143. Renee Hughes on

    I will miss Flo so much. She had a great listening ear. We shared our family joys and sorrows through the years. She loved her family dearly and talked about them often. She also loved her students and was the one who could calm any of them who needed some understanding. She was an extremely hard worker who never complained about any task set before her. She was great at her job and it was an honor to work with her. She enjoyed singing and had a beautiful voice. She always greeted everyone with a smile whether they deserved it or not. I will always remember her and our friendship. Her loss has left a hole in my heart.

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  144. Ritchie O Rosso Md on

    “Lenny” was one of my early mentors and a true friend , personable, always congenial and light-hearted, first met him in Richmond at VACEP meeting, became good friends, then partners in lengthy career in emergency medicine with E.P.T.. I will always have fond memories of our friendship and work related stories.

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  145. George Richardson on

    I have known Steve and his whole family most of my life. Our parents new each other before we were born. We only lived a couple of blocks from each other growing up and we spent a lot of time playing a lot of neighborhood sports and other activities together. Steve was a great friend and as nice a person as you would ever know. He will be missed.

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  146. Cathy Grant Davis on

    My condolences and prayers for healing. I had the pleasure of working with Dr. Dunford more than 20 years ago at Maryview Hospital.

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  147. Michael A Conte on

    Bill was a wonderful man who taught me a bunch when it came to Amateur Radio. He was a top notch technical expert in his field and was always available for advice with his vast knowledge. We in the Williamsburg Area Amateur Radio Club will miss him dearly. Farewell Bill NR4C SK

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  148. John Zuzek on

    I was saddened to hear of Bill’s passing. I have worked with Bill in NASA Spectrum Management for over 10 years and he has always been the consummate professional, dedicated NASA Spectrum contributor, and a friendly person. He has always been helpful to anyone who sought his knowledge and vast experience. Bill’s presence will be missed, but his memory will live on. May God bless his family, friends, and loved ones and provide comfort to them in these difficult days.

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  149. ANNMARIE HILL on

    Bill was always quite a character with his quirky sense of humor. I do remember the black and white photography he did. He took a picture of me years ago and I have to say it was really good. We will miss you,

    Your cousin, AnnMarie Hill

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  150. Melissa (Missie) Arenson on

    Hi folks – Although I suspected Marcia didn’t have much time left, I never expected her demise would have happened so soon. My husband also suffered from lymphoma and died within a few months of diagnosis just last year.

    Marcia was a treasured volunteer at Seconds Unlimited for years. Up until my retirement in 2019, she continued to work to the best of her ability.

    Cancer is a bitch!

    I’m incredibly sorry for your loss.

    Sincerely,
    Missie Arenson

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  151. Nora king on

    I’ll always miss Noreen. We had been friends since early 70’s. Hiking, walking, visits and phone calls. She was ALWAYS easy to be with. We had many laughs, teas and remembrances. She’d simply drop by and make herself comfortable. Food and beds made no difference to her, it was the company she would seek. And, Thanks to John, we got to see each other one last time here in MA. at the Concord Inn. YOUR presence will be MISSED, my dear Noreen. Love you forever and ever, Nora

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  152. Chrissy Love on

    I’m so sorry to hear of Dr. D’s passing. I always enjoyed working with him. I always loved arriving at work to see that he and I would be teaming up to run the minor care section. I knew our patients would be well-taken care of and in a timely manner. He was wise and witty. And boy, was he proud of his kids. My thoughts are with Dr. Bragg and the rest of the family. May you soon find comfort in the good memories. ❤️

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  153. William R Eltrich on

    Noreen O’ Leahy

    I will always will remember Aunt Noreen. She was a free spirit in her time, always loving and caring to everyone. My fondest memory is visiting her and cousins Don, John and Kathleen when we were young adults. She opened her house to me and my wife and showed us a wonderful time during our visit with her.

    During her visits it’s my Mom she always asked about the people in our lives and how they were doing; always expressing love and concern to everyone. She will be deeply missed.

    God’s Blessing,

    Bill Eltrich

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  154. KM Casado on

    Family thinks he was divorced when he died, because he lied to them. I’m still actively his surviving spouse. No paperwork was ever filed on either of our behalf.

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  155. Yumi on

    Extending our condolences.
    Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May the souls
    of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen

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  156. Cristina Elopre Vera on

    Praying for comfort and peace for our Elopre family. You are loved and missed by many, Uncle Gordy. May you find everlasting peace and happiness, rejoicing in Heaven, as you are no longer suffering, and instead, finally reunited with cousin Lilet and Lolo & Lola.

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  157. Janey Sawyer on

    You have my sincere condolences, and I will keep you close in my thoughts and prayers in the coming weeks.

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  158. Rev. Cheryl K. Robinson on

    Extending heartfelt sympathy on behalf of Intrepid Hospice. Thanking you for allowing us to be a part of Mr. Neal’s care team and know that each of you are in our prayers and in our hearts.

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  159. Montay M Biddle on

    Our deepest condolences to Daphne and family on the loss of your Beloved Mark. He will be remembered and sorely missed by many. May the good LORD provide you with comfort and strength now and always.

    Love Montay

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  160. Adrienne Walker on

    So sorry to hear this, Melissa. I’m thinking of you and wishing you comfort during this difficult time. Love you!

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  161. Dennis Bagby on

    Brent and Stacey, just wanted to say I’m sorry for your loss. Love and prayers sent to you both and to your family. May he forever Rest In Peace. Love yall

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  162. Maria Ana Elopre-Capaciete on

    Lord God, please grant eternal repose
    of the soul of Gordiano “Gordy” Elopre.

    Welcome him into Your kingdom
    where there is no more pain and sorrow.

    Give his family and friends
    the needed strength to face this difficult time.

    May his life however short-lived
    be a testament to Your greatest love.

    Send your angels to him
    as he transitions to eternal life with You.

    Lord God please forgive all his sins
    and look upon him with Your mercy.

    Amen.

    ♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡

    #AlwaysInOurHearts
    #RestInPeace
    #GordyElopre
    #DadGordy
    #LoloGordy
    #UncleGordy
    #ManoyGordy
    #KuyaGordy

    ♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡

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  163. Howard Waters on

    I first met Steve when he was an account executive at CBN and I was a very young media buyer at my dad’s ad agency. When he became a commercial photographer I was fortunate to work with him on numerous projects. He had such a quiet, but confident demeanor about him. I knew of his illness when he was diagnosed and missed getting to work with him very much. My condolences go out to his family.

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  164. Shelly Johnson on

    If you left here without a goodbye it makes my heart sad. I am so sorry…I didn’t even know. To Janet’s family….I pray the grace of God keeps you and has kept you. Janet was a blessing and great spirit to be around. She was a fireball before her stroke and kept us all on our toes. She will be missed. Know that she a special person that will never be forgotten.

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  165. Sylvia Tabb-Lee on

    My love and prayers upon you and your family today and always as we celebrate his home going.

    Sylvia Tabb-Lee and Family

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  166. Deborah Richards on

    Mike was a sweet man! He will be truly missed. I appreciate his dedicated service to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Prayers to Alice and family and friends.

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  167. Kathy Cronau Bearden on

    So sorry to hear about Bill. We hadn’t crossed paths in many years, but he was a great friend of my Dad’s and our family when I was a teenager. I still have some B&W pictures that Bill took of me and my sister when we were in high school. He will be missed.

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  168. Joy Safranek on

    Anne,

    Joe and I shared many memorable events with Bill. It was always a fun and informational experience. He will be greatly missed. May God be with you and your family and help you to move forward in life remembering all the good times.

    Joy (W2JMS), Elizabeth (KJ4CYD, and Tyler (KK4AUS)

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  169. Jean McDuffie on

    May she rest in peace, She was a very brave persons and earned the admiration of many. Despite surgeries she continued on with her daily life, I am proud to call her a friend and send my prayers to her loved ones. She was a dear friend.

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  170. Lulu Flores on

    Max, So sorry to hear about the passing of Rosie. May her love and many good memories be with you always. Sincere condolences to your entire family. Lulu

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  171. Debbie Pulliam-Cutright on

    I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Dr. Dunford in the Petersburg ER. He was so nice and very funny.

    My Sincere Sympathy,
    Debbie Pulliam-Cutright

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  172. Karen Meceda Intac on

    Our deepest sympathy and condolences to ate Cyd and family for the loss of Engr.Gordy.Rest in Peace “Kuya Gordy”.Engr.Gordy is a very humble man,a man of few words,a good leader to our fellow OFW in Al Khafji ,Saudi Arabia and a good friend.Thank you for the memories wayback our stay in Khafji Saudi Arabia.

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  173. Liz Kloczkowski on

    Chris was the best coworker. He knew we both got excited by technology, using Sketchup and fast computers. He took all news, good and bad, with grace and was a pleasure to work with. Rest In Peace, friend.

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  174. H L Williams on

    She was a beautiful person inside and out – To be her friend was an honor – I will always cherish my memories with Mary….💕Love to all of her family.

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  175. Robert W Martini on

    I only had the opportunity to meet Mrs. Ramey only once or twice but that was all the time needed to know she was a wonderful person. She was blessed with a wonderful and caring family.

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  176. Barbara hildenbrand on

    Mary loved her family. Was an example of leadership for her many friends in the Republican Party. Over the years we shared a lot of laughs and a few tears. I will miss her

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  177. Stephanie on

    Mary was one of the kindest women I’ve had the pleasure of knowing. She was always so good to me and my family. She will be truly missed.
    RIP Mary, you are home.

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  178. Mark Ballance on

    What a great guy, I worked with Dave at green Gifford,he was my mentor and helped me learn the business,God bless you and your family RIP

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  179. Dennis and Julie Santos on

    The first time I met Charlie was at Jack and Regina’s house in Virginia Beach. Sometime during the gathering Charlie and I found ourselves on the front porch smoking a cigar and drinking whiskey. We had an immediate connection and we stayed on the porch and laughed and shared stories for most of the evening. He was very much like me in that we don’t share our feelings or appreciation of other people very well, but I could tell he loved his family and friends very much. Our thoughts and prayers are with Charlie and his whole family. Rest In Peace my friend.

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  180. June A. Hogg on

    My friend, Mary Ramey, enjoyed life to the fullest. She touched many lives and will be truly missed. I will never forget her. Love you, Mary
    June

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  181. Mr. & Mrs. Alonzo Crum on

    I remember when we we’re looking for houses in Delaware and we started looking in the Wynn Wood Subdivision and we found the house we fell in love with, and I remember the day when we met Charlie he was just so helpful, loving and very caring, he made us laugh all the time, I always called him my own personal security, cause, when we’re moving back and forth, he would always tell us don’t worry about anything, I got it all under control, that just touched our hearts, cause he just made us feel like family, not just neighbors and he always lend a helping hand when anyone was ever in need, Charlie will be truly miss, and to his beautiful wife Cindy, we love you and we are forever here, if you ever need us, and to his loving children, thank you all for sharing your dear beloved father with us all, love you and forever in our hearts and Prayers 💜💜💜🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾

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  182. AUBREY LANDRY on

    Robert and family, my thoughts and prayers are with y’all during this difficult time. May she Rest In Peace.

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  183. Dianne Kahle on

    We are so sorry for your family’s loss. I remember Martina as kind and funny. She took me along on a part-time job catering in Virginia Beach and I got to know her better. What I remember is how much she loved her family.

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  184. Charlene Reynolds on

    I am so sorry to hear about Mary’s passing. She was a wonderful and beautiful lady and was always kind and thoughtful to every one. It has been a long time since I have seen her. I now live in Texas.I will always remember her as a kind and gentle lady.

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  185. Mary Johnson on

    I am so sorry for the loss of your mother. She was one of the greatest lady I have known. When she became home bound my Daughter Sherry and I would go visit with her. She was a joy to talk with we enjoyed every minute with her. I would bake her banana nut bread she loved that. Her care given was always so pleasant on our visits. Especially the one name Mary. She will be greatly missed by all. We sure did miss her when she was not able to go to our Red Hat Lunchs. Nancy may you rest in piece. You are now with Darryll. God Speed love and miss you.
    Mary
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  186. Robert and Rickie Cook on

    Bob and I were so saddened to learn of Mary’s passing. Her friendship meant a great deal to both of us and we cherished the infrequent times that we could get together. Our yearly trips to VA Beach would not have been the same without our annual lunch at Bubba’s. Mary was a lady in every sense of the word. Her infectious laugh and her good council were very welcome. We will miss her and remember her fondly. Our hearth felt sympathy goes out to all of her family. We loved her as a dear friend and are so glad we got to meet her children and grandchildren.

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  187. Juanita Lee on

    Laura, Kathleen, Robert and Family, Thinking of you. Praying God will provide peace and comfort to each of you during this difficult time and for the days to come. Love, Juanita

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  188. Faye Crocker on

    BOB CHOYNACKI I miss you this Easter I think about you all the time in my heart I have you with me all the time till we meet again fly high with the angels my love love always Faye….😘

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  189. Adrienne Landgrabe on

    Noreen and I met as neighbors in the late 60’s. She was a kind, intelligent, free spirited longtime friend. She introduced me to hosteling on a trip to Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket in the 80’s. It was a wonderful experience and a lot of fun. She will always be remembered.

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  190. Debbie Moody on

    We’re so sorry to hear that Charlie passed away. My mom would always tell us stories of her and Charlie (1st cousin) growing up and vacationing in Nova Scotia. These stories always brought a smile to her face. So many great memories shared especially the trip Charlie and Regina made to Montreal for a surprise visit. Definitely memories to cherish. We will miss you. Debbie and Sandy.

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  191. Bonnie Jeanne Monte on

    To Tanna’s dear ones,
    Condolences from all of us at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey. We were terribly saddened to hear of Tanna’s passing. Those of us who were here when Tanna was a member of our team remember her with fondness. She has left the world too soon and we send our deepest sympathy.

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  192. Nick Kioutas on

    Thank you for your life’s example. Devoted Healer, Officer, American, Mother and Grandmother of amazing family, and Christian. Be at Peace.

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  193. Darrell Broach on

    Claire Schopen and Family,
    May The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit honor the family with His continued presence as you mourn the loss of Joe. We, at The Chamberlin share your pain.
    Gloria Pressley and Darrell Broach

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  194. Suzie Werman Oakley on

    It is said that time heals all wounds; It’s not time, it’s love. I pray our God, the God of the greatest love, heals your broken hearts.
    Charlie was a one of a kind, all round great person.
    My deepest sympathies to you all, the family he loved and adored.
    Suzie Werman

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  195. Brandon Lanier on

    Our deepest and most respectful condolences. So many hearts and lives were touched through her service to others. Seeds of love have been sown and have bloomed through her family and friends. Her influence and devotion to Jesus now lives on through them to touch thousands more. From the Lanier’s to the Tung’s, Our love and prayers are with you all.

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  196. Doris Bossie on

    Nancy and I were classmates at NCHS. I remember her being very popular in school. After many years, we reconnected planning high school reunions and Red Hat Society chapter, which Nancy loved so much. She is admired for her bravery and determination during her adult life with a dreaded disability. Always smiling and upbeat, she will be remembered for her sunny disposition. May she rest in peace.

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  197. Tuukka on

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    I will break the ice ……. thank you for the companionship, early morning talks and treats, belly rubs, and getting me hooked on tuna. My life hit the jackpot when you finally let me in the door and laid down ground rules (a story many have heard, no doubt). Miss ya bud

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  198. Chris and Colanne Schwemlein on

    It is a truly sad moment for all of us in the Felten/Felton clans at the loss of Donnie. It had been so long since we last saw each other, but we will remember his brashness and bravado when we cousins were much younger, and his affable style and laughter too. If Covid had not canceled our planned Felten/Felton reunion last year, who knows, we might have had the opportunity to see each other again. Another reason not to take for granted each day or opportunity that comes our way.
    Thank you too, Donnie, for your time in service to our nation. We are grateful. God Bless you, until we meet again.
    Chris and Colanne Schwemlein

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  199. Robin Alexander on

    I just found out about Richard’s passing and am so sorry for your loss. I waited on the retirees group at Golden Corral for years and always looked forward to seeing everyone each month, especially Richard, Connie and Mom. They kindly invited me to their picnics and made me feel at home, even letting me win at bingo. You will be missed – my thoughts and prayers to your loved ones.

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  200. Mark Copeland on

    I knew Donnie somewhat distantly at first through my acquaintance with his mother Audrey and his sister Irene. Since he moved in with Irene back in October, I’ve gotten to know him better.

    Donnie has always impressed me as very knowledgeable in many areas. Whether the subject matter was auto repair, computer issues, medical concerns, or other subjects we have discussed, he impressed me as a treasure chest of knowledge on par with HowStuffWork.com! But for all the mental acumen, he was very personable and caring. He was generous with sincere compliments and was always approachable. He loved to affirm other people who were in need of encouragement and quick to see their worth. He was very patient with people who had personal struggles.

    Being a person of faith, the thing that most impressed me was Donnie’s transparent and sincere faith in God and the renewal of his early Christian faith. Some of his Facebook posts reveal the passion he had for social justice—a subject prominent in Scripture. I remember the Saturday morning when he sat down with me at Irene’s house and had an open, honest, probing, and sincere discussion of Scripture. More than once, when I was dealing with potentially stressful situations, I learned through Irene that he was praying for me.

    Speaking of prayer, when Irene went upstairs to check on Donnie and found he had left this world, he was in a perfect kneeling posture. As I do not see how anyone would fall into a perfect kneeling position, I can’t help but believe that he left this world in prayer.

    I would like to have gotten to know Donnie better. I’ve learned a lot about him that I did not know just by reading posts to this forum. But, we will meet again. And, to snatch a phrase from the apostle Paul, then “We will know [each other] even as we are known.” I look forward to seeing him again in heaven.

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  201. Mark palaszewski on

    RIP Martina…your Little Creek elementary, Azalea Jr high, and Lake Taylor high school classmates won’t forget you…..

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  202. Bobbi Wood on

    Dad,
    Praying for you to be without pain and in peace. You will be missed by many. May God Bless and keep you. xo
    Your daughter,
    Bobbianne

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  203. Shane Wood on

    I hope you are at peace. This leaves a big void in our hearts and lives. You will always be in our thoughts and prayers.
    Shane

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  204. Ariel on

    Giving my deepest condolences. I am so happy he was able to meet Declan. Now both of his great-grandparents can look after him in heaven. <3

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  205. Barbara Kallok on

    Dear Bobbianne and family, my prayers are with you all on the loss if your dad. Let me know if I can help in anyway. Love Barb Kallok

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  206. James & Nina Moss on

    Steven and Brian, we send our sympathies for the loss of your Mother. You were blessed to have such a caring lady to call Mother. Our prayers are with you.

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  207. Susan Pulk on

    Warmest thoughts and prayers to the family. I was looking forward to meeting you, Irene.. he spoke so highly of you. I am heartbroken.. I was seeing Don and we shared something very special. I just knew when I didn’t hear back from his morning message that something happened. You are forever in my heart, Don.. I will miss you more than words can say. You touched my life and showed me how love really feels. I love you and I’ll miss you dearly.

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  208. Otis & Ella Cooper on

    Tommy, Becky, and Timmy,
    Thank you so much for allowing me to be a part of your mom’s life. I shared a lot of love and laughs with her, and she will always be a light in my heart.
    My all of you carry your memories of your Mom forever.

    Love, Otis & Ella

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  209. Reda D Shaw on

    To Becky And Family Sending My Condolences. Sorry To Hear Of Your Mother Passing .May God Give The Family Comfort And Peace.

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  210. John and Lorraine Sayas on

    We were Honored to meet this amazing lady. Being friends with her family brought us together. A great sense of humor and a contagious laugh is how we will remember her. And for the invites to spend weekends in OBX at her home will never be forgotten. As life would have it, we had not seen her these last few years. Her family was her rock and she will be missed by many. Reunited with her husband once again. Prayers.

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  211. Bob & Ellie Freitag on

    We miss Pat dearly. Our heartfelt sympathy to the family at this trying time. We had many great times with Pat over many years. Now we know he has taken up residence with another friend, Our Lord!

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  212. Joyce Snook on

    Debbie, my dear friend, and your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Cherish your memories. Love, Joyce

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  213. Molly Hoppe on

    The sweetest woman ever she was very dear to me! my mom says I took my first steps as a baby in her house. I will never forget how she loved others as Jesus loves us. God bless all the family. Love you Auntie💕
    Love,Molly

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  214. Melanie Dembowski on

    I love you Danny and miss you so much. I still can’t believe it and it hurts so bad to know that I can’t talk or see you again. I will cherish your memory and you were the best uncle danny for madisen , tristen, and brayden. I love you sooo much little “big” bro and I will see you again. Take care of Jaxsen for me up there. I know you were welcomed up there by nana and grandaddy and sean…its amazing to know how many people loved you here…Love your sis Melanie….aka grandma mom as you called me

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  215. MELLONEY SADAUSKAS on

    Sarah, Kansas and Kelly, I am so sorry to learn of the passing of your Dad. I know how much you all loved him, and I know you all meant everything to him. You each carry a little piece of him with you always.

    Our deepest sympathies,

    Melloney and Bruce

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  216. Diane Outlaw on

    Extending my heartfelt condolences, Martina will hold a place in my memories.
    A great friend and mentor, served the students of Tidewater Park Elementary in a loving caring manner. We shared that love of reading and family.
    Keeping the family in prayer. May God continue to hold you high, find comfort in the memories.

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  217. Bud Gabel on

    My deepest sympathies go out to Kim and family. Ronnie was very special to me. We worked together for over 40 years and played a lot of golf and softball games. Ronnie was a very impressive athlete excelling in basketball, golf and baseball and had one of the best throwing arms I’ve ever seen. We had lots of plans to play golf on our retirement and every time I play Ronnie will be in my heart.

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  218. Loretta Dion on

    My memories start the first time I met him in El Paso. He was an imp who thought it was funny to remove the screws from his playpen causing it to collapse. Next time was in Marlboro. The imp rose again when he climbed out of his crib and went to our neighbor Terry’s house. She called and asked if we knew where Donnie was to which my sister answered in his crib and she said no he’s not he is here. Next time my sister was folding clothes and taking them to the appropriate bedrooms.. She got suspicious of Donnie because she thought she was folding the same clothes she already folded so she asked me to watch him. Sure enough he was following her and taking the clothes out of the room and putting them back in the basket. He was a tease. He also liked me to take his picture with my polaroid camera so I would take his picture in his crib with him standing in his crib to get him to take a nap. Then there is that great picture of him standing on the couch in his pajamas with his arms stretched out with that beautiful impish smile. We took that picture because he was sad that he couldn’t go with his parents and Irene to Joseph’s cub scout event. Then there was the loving caring Donnie who took my son Christopher under his wings because Joseph,my son, told him he was worried about Christopher. He got Christopher interested in working out. He was always precious to me. I loved the fact that he knew there would always be a present for him at his mothers at Christmas. SO that was my Donnie. I thought I was going to see him this coming Christmas but his daddy wanted him to come home and be with his mother and I couldn’t be happier for him. This the loving,caring,impish,teasing Donnie who I knew and loved.

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  219. Sabrina tucker on

    I haven’t had the opportunity to meet Ronald, but from what Abby has told me, he sounded like an amazing and caring father. My thoughts go out to the family.

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  220. Terrie Crabtree on

    Courtney, Cameron and family,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Your mom was a srong woman and a very loving and caring mom and grandmother. She was so proud of all of you. I wish she had let us know she was not doing well but I also understand it. She will be missed by us all. My prayers are with all of you. Cherish your memories.

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  221. Doris Lane on

    My sincere condolences and prayers to everyone for our families loss. Jimmy may you Rest In Peace with our lord & savior. Amen🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

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  222. Billie Carter Wyatt on

    Dear Dave, Dan, Ted and family; I was so very sorry to read in the paper about your mom. I remember as children playing at each others homes. All of you coming over to my house to play basketball. Then, years later your mom registered me for the Professional Class at The Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. I had already worked many years as an LPN and I think she was very proud that I was getting my RN. I loved both your mom and dad. You know all of us from Coates Elementary School that grew up together and our parents became friends as much as we were friends, it’s not difficult to love each others parents. They almost become second parents to each of us.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you all as you go through these next sad weeks and months ahead. I pray The Lord will surround you all with His loving arms during this time.
    Thinking of you all.
    Much love.
    Billie Carter Wyatt

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  223. Linda Daniels on

    So very sorry your loss. My deepest sympathy. He will be so missed. He is at peace now and in the hands of the Lord.

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  224. Erika Dendtler on

    I’m so sorry for your loss… prayers and healing thoughts for you and your family during this very difficult time. I love you. 💕

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  225. Mother on

    You Jim will be in my heart till we meet again.
    Missing you so much.
    I have all the good memories we shared in my heart.
    Love you
    Mom

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  226. Kenyatta Dickinson on

    Praying for the family during this difficult time. Ms. Thelma was a beautiful and lovely lady. She will be greatly missed.

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  227. Sherry Dion-Wright on

    Donnie……I mean, ahem…… Don! Boy am I going to miss our long talks. I’m going to miss your advice! I’m going to miss your encouragement! You were an awesome cousin, and we were definitely related, somethings only funny to us, and probably would have had us admitted into the psych ward if folks heard that humor!

    I’m going to miss you, and I look forward to seeing you again! It’s not goodbye, it’s see ya later, gator! You we’re definitely one of a kind!

    My thoughts and prayers go out to his friends and other side of the family that I have never met! We all must carry on and tease each other as Donnie teased us!

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  228. Debra Bumgardner on

    I’m so very sorry for your loss and another loss in our family. Though it doesn’t replace the physical presence of his love at least he’s with our Lord and other family members and will now be at rest.

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  229. Jennifer Miller on

    Ron loved his family and loved talking about his grandkids! He always said “That was the good stuff!” Prayers for you, Kim, and your family.

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  230. Mike Barrett on

    Becky,

    It’s been many years since I’ve seen either you or your mother but my memory of her is one of fondness and respect.

    Mike Barrett

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  231. Marguerite W. Johnson on

    I have known Ron for many years at NNS. He became my manager a few years ago. I had much respect for his work ethic. I have certainly missed his presence in the office. My prayers are being offered to his wife and family and my sincerest condolences.

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  232. Wilma Mccutcheon on

    So sad to hear about your loss of Little Jimmy , My prayers are with his family especially his Mother Dawn…

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  233. Todd Patton on

    Thank you Pat for being my friend and brother! You will be so missed! I pray that family and friends find comfort and peace in knowing Pat is with God and that we will all see him again! Love to all!

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  234. Amy Miller on

    We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you at this time. Hoping you find peace and comfort in your memories and with family. Amy Miller and Jared Norton

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  235. Craig Smith on

    So sorry to hear of Jimmy passing. We grew up in Country Place in Green Run. Always liked hanging out and riding motorcycles when we were kids. Thoughts and prayers to all the family.

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  236. Mary Burch on

    Patterson family,

    I’m sorry to hear of Pat passing away. He will truly be missed tremendously by so many. RIP my eagle brother. Fly high with the angels. Sending prayers and hugs and much love you.

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  237. Marty Jacoby on

    To the Norton family. Margi and I are so sorry for your loss. I will always consider Ron a friend from my days at the shipyard. He fought the fight and now he is in a better place. He will watch over his family from above. RIP my friend.

    Marty jacoby

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  238. Connie R Dean (Thompson ) on

    I am sorry for Thelma’s kids, she was a great lady, taught me so much about life , cooking, that was just a little she taught me , I will miss you , RIP With Ben you hubby

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  239. Glenda Morrison on

    Timmy Cathy and Becky
    Our hearts and prayers are with you
    You have been a big part of our life and understand how you feel
    Love Ed ( Shorty ) and Glenda

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  240. Jana Patterson on

    Ron was an amazing man to work with, always quick to offer his assistance and provide a laugh when needed. He will be missed, truly. We offer your family and friends our thoughts and prayers for hope and healing…

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  241. Regina & Rock Ruark on

    You brought us so many happy memories and so many smiles. We miss you every day and pray you have peace in Heaven now.

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  242. Kelly Brown on

    My condolences to Ron’s family for your loss. Ron and I worked together for many years. He was always a great guy to work with and he will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you and may he rest in peace. Kelly Brown

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  243. Larry & Sandy Nelson on

    Our condolences go out to Patti and grandchildren on the loss of your Dad and grandfather. “Pat” and I hung out for many years along with “ Jules”, we had the best times together. Rest In Peace brother.

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  244. LOU ANN ENGLISH on

    My family had the pleasure of knowing Buster for years starting when he worked at Patriot Chev in Williamsburg as a bodyman with Eddie English; they also had a shop together, he said Buster taught him everything he new and that he was the best in Williamsburg. We have a lot of good memories (including him washing and shinning up whatever car he had at the time). So very sorry for your loss

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  245. Nancy Ivey on

    My deepest sympathies to Kim and family during this difficult time. I have known Ron for many years as a coworker at NNS of both mine and my husband’s, Max Baer. They also played softball and golfed together and Ron was there for Max during his last days. Whether it was at work or play, Ron always had a strong determination to succeed and the preservance to make it happen. I’m sure that served him well in this last and toughest battle. I will always remember him fondly for his help in taking Max to his chemo treatments and the unwavering friendship and support he gave him during those tough times. 

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  246. Teresa Hemley on

    Hugs and prayers for Marsha and family Mr Buster was such a sweet man It was a.honor to know him he was very special to me and my family We loved him and he will be missed We will cherish the memories we had with him. Rest in.peace Mr Buster we love you

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  247. Deborah Jenkins on

    I can’t tell you how much Uncle Buster meant to me. We shared a very special bond together. He has been in my life since the day that I was born. Now he’s gone but I know where to find him he is in my heart. Buffy I can’t begin to understand how you are handling this. I wish I could reach out and give you a hug but don’t ever forget how much he loved you and the same as me look to your heart.

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  248. Donna Hoberg on

    We were neighbors on West Kingston Lane 40 years ago. Auntie and Uncle Ben watched our two older children Jeff and Jenny when I worked evenings at Norfolk General. My husband Ray was usually away with the Navy. Jeff remembers the butterscotch candies Ben always had and Jen remembers going to the hairdresser with Auntie and Becky’s wedding. Both agreed she was the very best cook. Ben and Thelma were the best caring for the kids with love and kindness.

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  249. Nancy Blankenship Jones on

    Fred was the chaplain on the USS SIMON LAKE when I joined the crew in 1986. As we changed homeports to Holy Loch, Scotland, he quickly became one of my favorite shipmates, and I believe that sentiment was shared by everyone. Fred’s faith, sense of humor and ability to connect with those in need of spiritual guidance, or just a good friend, made him such a special person. He left Nancy and his children behind for that tour, and he missed them so much. He loved to tell us about his family, his face would light up with every story he told. Fred and I kept in touch sporadically over the last 35 years, and it was such fun to reminisce about old times. I find myself doing that now, and I can’t help but smile and be grateful for the privilege of having known him as I remember what a character he was. Blessings to the Archer family during this difficult time. May your sweet memories of Fred give you peace. ♥️

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  250. Jerry and Laura on

    Her Journey is now of a new form of peace. She will remain in your heart always. Our. Condolences.. Love Jerry and Laura.

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  251. Carol Kercher on

    My deepest sympathies to Bryan, Sharyn and all of Flo’s family. Flo was a friend, neighbor and (for a while) roommate to me. Though we had not been close for many years, she walked with me through some tough times. Today, I remember her fondly and with deep gratitude for her friendship. Bless you all.

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  252. Robin E. Wooddell on

    I was sorry to hear of Fred’s death. As an Interim Pastor for the presbytery, I was active in the biblical storytellers group with Fred as the convener.. I enjoyed “telling” with Fred & others at churches & nursing facilities. I was also the Interim at Coleman Place after Fred retired. Fred was a friend & I will always remember him with fondness. May God uphold you & the rest of the family in your time of remembrance & grief. Christ’s love & comfort be with you. Robin Wooddell

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  253. Tracy Radosevic on

    The news of Fred’s passing saddens me deeply. I knew him through his long relationship with the Network of Biblical Storytellers. Fred’s greeting and bear hug were always eagerly anticipated. His smile could light up a room and his laugh could lift the lowest of spirits. He was a great storyteller — of many genres! — and I appreciate his willingness to help me out in my freelance storytelling career by securing gigs for me at his church as well as for a larger Presbyterian audience at Bonclarken Conference Center. The world is a little less bright now with his absence. RIP, Fred, and thanks for the stories, the laughs, and the support.

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  254. Maria Hunger on

    Pat, I will miss your words of welcome at the club and the good times we shared at the special corner of the bar. You always encouraged me to do my best as an Auxiliary member, and I appreciate that. Keith will never forget the ranting you and Bob Frietag did every time he came to the Eagles club – you made him laugh always! One last Cheers to you, Pat!

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  255. Maggie and Greg Polites on

    Irwin, Marjorie,Benjamin, and all the family,
    Greg and I are so very sorry for your loss. We also feel a great loss with the Janna’s passing.
    Peace be with you all
    Love ,
    Maggie and Greg Polites

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  256. Alfred Marsh on

    William, my deepest sympathy to you and your family for your loss. What a wonderful tribute; I feel I got to know Julie, at least a little, through your words. I hope you are able to find comfort in the memories of the joy and love you both shared. It is obvious Julie was a bright light in your life.

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  257. Adelina Dones on

    i rememder every day at school after lunch when u would hug me and i would feel safe , warmth , love and i knew that was one of my most favorite things and i wish i could feel that from u one more time i love u uncle mahal kita ❤️

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  258. Beth Zeiler on

    William,
    I don’t know you personally but Sarah always speaks highly of you. When she told us how ill your wife was my heart ached for you. I can tell from your tribute what a wonderful person she was and how much you loved her.
    God’s blessings and prayers for you and your family. Prayers for your continued recovery.

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  259. Makeda M. Bryant- Sorrells on

    I spent alot of time with you. Home, Dr. Office, Traveling. We always had fun in the Sun. Florida, Virginia, New York, North Carolina. Casinos in Atlantic City & Boardwalk. Those Memories are Forevered Cherished. Your Last, Girl Standing! Makeda & Preston Lindsey

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  260. Jackie Davis O'Neill on

    I was very saddened to hear of Sherise’s passing. I remember when she was born and some of her childhood. I am asking Divine comfort for Myra and her family.

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  261. Pat Walsh on

    I was very sorry to read of Fred’s passing. I only knew him briefly, through the time that my late husband Neil and I attended the support group meetings for IPF. He was always so friendly and encouraging. I hope that he did not suffer much with his disease at the end of his long and well-lived life. May God hold each of his family members gently and may you each find peace in your faith and joy in your memories of Fred. With sincere condolences and prayers for your comfort.
    Pat Walsh

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  262. Lamont, Carole & Ariana Williams on

    She was always a lady by the “Golden Rule”. Unmatched class, and the sweetest lady I’ve ever known! She has left a beautiful legacy, and will be deeply missed.

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  263. Miranda on

    June’s favorite poem by Mother Teresa –

    People are often unreasonable, illogical and self centered;
    Forgive them anyway.

    If you are kind, people may accuse you of selfish, ulterior motives;
    Be kind anyway.

    If you are successful, you will win some false friends and some true enemies;
    Succeed anyway.

    If you are honest and frank, people may cheat you;
    Be honest and frank anyway.

    What you spend years building, someone could destroy overnight;
    Build anyway.

    If you find serenity and happiness, they may be jealous;
    Be happy anyway.

    The good you do today, people will often forget tomorrow;
    Do good anyway.

    Give the world the best you have, and it may never be enough;

    Give the world the best you’ve got anyway.

    You see, in the final analysis, it is between you and your God;

    It was never between you and them anyway.

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  264. Donna, KeShara, Erika & The Metropolitan Family on

    We can’t believe Julie is no longer with us. She has helped us in so many ways here at Metropolitan Funeral Service as our HR Consultant. But she also felt like a friend. She was so funny and kept it real. Our only regret is that we didn’t get to go out on the boat with her for a ride like we planned. Her husband, mother, daughter and the rest of the family are all in our prayers. We will miss her so much.

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  265. Sarah Thompson on

    Tommy, Becky, Timmy, And family, so many fond memories of growing up in the Thompson clan and Aunt Thelma and Uncle Ben were a wonderful and important part of the family. We still miss Uncle Ben and now Aunt Thelma has gone to be with him and their savior, Jesus christ. We hope to see them all in heaven and have a Thompson family reunion with Jesus! It will be rowdy of course and I don’t think Jesus Will mind. Sending you hugs and love and praying for your comfort in this time. Love you all, Sarah Ellon

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  266. Marsha Ann Foster on

    My deepest condolences to you and your family during this difficult time. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

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  267. Pam Leland Trevathan on

    Nicole was so dear to so many who loved her. I am thankful for her presence in my life and so many memories together. So much love to the Roberts family who always loved me so well.

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  268. Bill Gwilliam on

    David was a wonderful friend during my teenage years in the Oaklette neighborhood along Indian River Road in Chesapeake, VA during the mid 1950’s through the 1960’s. He had a very talented mind and like all of our close friends, a never ending interest in technology. I knew his family and cherish our memories in High School at Great Bridge. May the Grace of God be with him, his wife Jackie, his children and grandchildren and his siblings. David, you shall remain in my heart and mind for the rest of my life.

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  269. The Torian family on

    Healing thoughts and prayers for peace of heart to the family. We had the pleasure of knowing Aubrey for several years.

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  270. Bob Montague on

    I learned today of Ron’s passing. I’m so sorry for your loss. He was a great guy to work with back in the old SUBE days.

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  271. Claudia Macon on

    Your fire has gone out but your light will never leave the hearts of those who held you dearest. Praying for God to provide peace to your family.

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  272. Karyn Chaudoin on

    Thank you Memaw for the honor of being part of yours and Popus’ life. You accepted me into the family as your own. I will always treasure the memories of Thanksgiving when you made me that awesome lemon cake. Not only was the whole family usually there but also every person you knew and a few adopted strays that wandered in. You loved everyone with open arms and we loved you right back. I will miss you from this earth but looking forward to our celebration in eternity with the Lord. I know Popus is glad you are home with him.

    Uncle Tommy, Aunt Becky and Timmy – my heart breaks for you. It’s a hard time in life when you lose a parent no matter what your age. Trust in the Lord at this time and know that he will carry you through. I’m here for all of you and love you very much. See you in January.

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  273. Sherby Wilks on

    William, what a beautiful tribute to Julie. That’s the Julie I got to know when she started at WHRO in October 2017. We worked side by side and our office were next to each other. She was a great HR professional, we shared a lot, and I learned a lot working with her. She talked about her family who she loved so dearly. Not only was she a former co-worker but she was also a friend. My heart goes out to her family. May God tenderly comfort you and give the family strength to endure.

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  274. Rebecca Kleinhample on

    Julie supported our Museum Human Resource needs with a smile and earnest professionalism. She created a wonderful team building afternoon, her leadership was joyful, patient and generous. Julie is dearly missed. Our deepest sympathy to your family.

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  275. Aaron Johnson on

    We are so sorry for the family’s loss, yet thankful that Nicole is once again whole and free from the pain of her disease. Nicole took care of my children when they were small. As my wife Debie often notes in her anecdotes, I was “at sea” when she needed help. Luckily Nicole was there to lend a hand. We are so lucky to have known such a beautiful person.

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  276. Shelley B Gnade on

    Like many others, I knew Fred through the Network of Biblical Storytellers. He was always such a positive, loving presence and I looked forward to greeting him every year. Fred took on the task of orienting new attendees to the annual Festival Gathering and he was perfectly suited for it. His personality was as friendly, accepting and welcoming as a Labrador puppy–truly so happy to greet everyone and play his part to help them feel a part of the larger group. (Knowing how much Fred loved his own dog, I’m hoping he would feel honored by the puppy reference.) The world is a less colorful place without you, Fred. I will miss you and extend heartfelt sympathy to Nancy and his family.

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  277. Anita Bethea on

    Ron was a presence that will be greatly missed. May God grant the family peace and consolation during this time of loss.

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  278. Scott Luers on

    Please know that your Navy colleauges are thinking and praying for your family as you face this difficult period and celebrate Leon’s amazing life.

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  279. Cullen Harrell on

    This morning I lost my great grandmother, my Meemaw. I spent most weekends of my youth over at her and Pawpaw’s house. When I was in the Navy and stationed on the USS Bainbridge, she let me live in a room upstairs when not at sea or on duty. Our special time together was going to the Lynnhaven Fish House, now closed, and ordering our favorite seafood. The fried seafood platter is what she enjoyed most. Meemaw always supported me and was proud of the things in life I pursued or accomplished. Meemaw was like a second mom to me and I will always miss her.

    I love you Meemaw!!

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  280. Sarah on

    June was the most stylish, lovely, classiest woman I ever met. A true angel that blessed Earth with her presence and has now made Heaven even more beautiful.

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  281. Kim Dellinger on

    All of us here at Bacon Street are so sad to hear of Julie’s passing. While we didn’t know her for very long, we are grateful we had the time we had with her.

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  282. Jerry Ferguson on

    Thank you for your service to our country, and special thanks for producing your great son Jim who is one of the best, most professional officers and now government civilians I’ve known! Sheila and I send our sincere condolences to the Sposato family!

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  283. Vanita TaylorP on

    Prayers of comfort to the family. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Sherice was a great mentor and friend when we worked together. She always had kind words of encouragement and a beautiful smile. When I was interim Manager, she would come to my office every morning to make sure I was prepared for the day. She even brought coffee. I will always remember her kind spirit and thoughtfulness. God bless you all during your time of bereavement.

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  284. Rebecca Guest on

    Julie was a wonderful advocate for all the employees she interacted with. May peace be with you and your family as you celebrate her extraordinary life. Take care!

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  285. Kay Woodartd on

    William, what a wonderful remembrance you wrote for Julie, she sounds like a wonderful person. It brought tears to my eyes.
    I am so sorry for your loss and will continue to pray for you.
    If I can be of help in any way please let me know.
    Kay

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  286. Melissa (Johnson) Zacharias on

    Growing up across the street from you, I always thought of you as “MY babysitter,” as if there may be other people who might care for me in my parents’ absence, but you held a place of honor because you were “MY babysitter.” Thanks for the happy memories, Nicole. And thanks for taking care of me. We will remember you with love.

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  287. mary jane cowen on

    My heart is sad for your family. What an amazing, dedicated women to the Republican Party. Loving Mother and Grandmother. Well done Mary.

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  288. Calvin T.Taylor on

    To the Suggs Family, Wishing you the light of God’s love, the warmth of God’s blessings, and the comfort of God healing.Amen. Mrs.Suggs had the biggest and warmest smile and she will surely be missed. Be strong and keep the faith.God is ABLE. We love you.Calvin Taylor and Family.

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  289. Tommy and Weasy Coleman on

    Ralph and family, Tommy and I were so sorry to read about Brenda’s passing in this morning’s paper. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

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  290. Barbara Pearce Fox on

    I am so sorry about Brenda’s passing. She was my sister’s (Sue Pearce) best friend from high school. They shared a long lasting friendship. I remember Brenda very well and I remember her as a sweet soul that always have a smile on her face. My prayers for you and your family
    Barbara Pearce Fox

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  291. Jennifer Rose on

    I am so sorry for your loss. I enjoyed meeting Lahna’s Mamaw this year and loved seeing her smiling face in the afternoons. Hugs and love to you all.

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  292. Charles Gregg on

    I am so sorry to here of Vernon’s passing please know that my thoughts and prayers are with the family. I have many fond memories of Vernon and Aunt Vera growing up and especially when they lived with us. Unfortunately over the years we only saw each other on rare occasions. I am so sorry but I am going to be out of town and will not be able to attend her service on May1st.

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  293. The Camp Family on

    Brenda was such a wonderful person and so special to our family. She treated us like her family and took such good care of us. She was always thoughtful about the kids and what they were doing and seemed as proud as we were! Every Christmas she brought us some homemade goody. Chip always says her Pimento Cheese was the best he ever had. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

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  294. Margaret Williamson on

    This breaks my heart to hear of his passing. He was a very good friend to me and we talked a lot when we were both having bad days.. He was very Special to me and I will never forget him..
    Rest in peace my friend, now you have your LOVE there with you forever

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  295. Kim Fedor on

    Mrs. Brenda was an amazing person. She was always so kind to my family. Although I only knew her for a short time, she made a memorable impact on my life. She was truly a beautiful human being. I wish peace and love for her entire family. Rest In Peace.

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  296. Fallon King on

    Your faith in God and the amount of love you showed everyone will forever be in my heart. I don’t think there was a mean bone in your body. I’ll miss your smile and your infectious laugh. I love you ❤️

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  297. Shirley Matthews Dunn on

    Sending our love and condolences to the family. May God give you all the peace, comfort & strength only HE can give.
    Chuck & Shirley Dunn

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  298. Roberta Faulk on

    Deepest sympathy to the family and friends. I met Brenda when we worked at Avon Fashions. I will never forget the day that she received the phone call that they had a baby for her, I took that call and I was really excited for her. The last time I saw Brenda after many, many years was at the Farm Fresh in Smithfield she hadn’t changed a bit, she was just as nice as she was when I worked with her. She will be missed!

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  299. Anne-Lise Gere, SPHR on

    William,

    We exchanged a few FB messages recently after Julie went into ICU.

    I prayed fervently for her recovery. I lost a son to cancer in December and know all too well the experience of being in the hospital with a loved one and being there when they take their last breath.

    Know that I will continue to pray for Julie and the rest of her soul. I will pray for you and your family. Prayers received have helped me tremendously so I know how important it is as we learn to live with a hole in our hearts.

    Many have shared memories of Julie with you. Mine are few but precious. As a fellow HR consultant, we met a couple of times to share experiences and talk HR stuff. We wanted to run a series of workshops together but the pandemic stopped those breakfasts and plans.

    Julie had a keen sense of observation and a quick wit. She made a very apt comment last April when a slew of new HR laws came “Has anyone else felt like they took a Law degree in 2 weeks?” I used that image a few times with others as it was a very good description of what had happened to Hr professionals.

    Finally, do you have plans for a memorial? I would like to attend.

    As we now walk together on the path of grieving for loved ones lost too soon, I want to assure you of my sympathies.

    Anne-Lise Gere

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  300. Jackie McLean on

    My sincerest sympathies to Brenda’s family. I have many wonderful, warm memories of Brenda. We worked together for many years at Avon. Brenda was a very kind and generous person. May she rest in peace.

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  301. Victoria Navarro on

    Julita, mi amor, te fuisteis tan pronto. Descansa en paz, te quiero mucho, mi querida hija, no es un adiós, es un hasta luego. Besos y abrazos de tu mami que te adora mucho.

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  302. Chantel on

    Sherice was my first nursing manager. She encouraged me all the way through school and taught me how to maintain a healing environment for my patients. She was a caring soul and will be dearly missed. Prayers for peace and comfort to her loved ones❤

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  303. James and Gloria McKay on

    Brother Ralph, Brad, Megan, and all of Suggs family,
    We were so sorry to hear about Sister Brenda’s passing. We love your family and always missed fellowshipping with you at Peninsula. We rest in the promise that we shall see Brenda again. In the presence of the Lord, She no longer suffers any pain or suffering.
    Brother Ralph, you and all the family are in our prayers. God Bless.

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  304. Linwood Washington Jr on

    I am truly sorry for your loss. Me and my family would like to offer our deepest and most sincere condolences to your family and may her precious soul rest in peace.

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  305. Lou Iorizzo on

    Judy and family,
    Thinking of Frank brings such good memories. Thinking of Frank with you Judy, brings even more. You touched all of us, the two of you together, a perfect match. Our thoughts are with you and the happiness you showed us what it means to be in love.
    Sincerely, The Iorizzo Family

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  306. B. Jones on

    Myra, John and Jared, I was heartbroken by the news of Sherice’s passing. I’m so sorry. Please know that our hearts go out to you and your family.

    I still remember Sherice “cooking” chicken on Christmas morning. We sure will miss her beautiful smile.

    The Jones family

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  307. Anita & Dan Owens on

    We’re so sorry for your loss. Mary Louise was such a lovely person. She was always kind and gracious to everyone she met. We enjoyed her stories and time shared very much. Rest in comfort sweet Mary Louise.

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  308. Irene Lano on

    Vernon,
    I will miss seeing you. I’m glad
    We met years ago at CBN and worked
    Together at the accounting department.

    May you Rest In Peace.

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  309. Jennifer Ash on

    Beloved Sarah. How I wish I had picked up the phone last week when you popped into my thoughts…. I’m certain you are in Heaven with your beloved son and dear mother. I remember you were at my house when you got the terrible news about Tony. I will miss just knowing you are there – one of the few people in this world who always sees good in everybody. We all love you, Sarah. .JENNIFER, MIKE & PHILLIP

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  310. Carol Welch on

    Jim was a wonderful neighbor. Often I would see him walking a dog with a smile on his face. At his request I will hug my dog.
    My sympathy to the family for their loss!

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  311. Donna T Jennings on

    Was sorry to read of Vi passing. She was a wonderful lady. My mother Theresa Thurston , and I considered her a wonderful friend. Prayers of comfort to her family.

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  312. Sylvia Bugg on

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    To the family: I am sending my deepest condolences for the passing of our Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated line sister (Lambda Eta, Spring ‘91) and my college roommate. We had such great and memorable times at our home away from home at ODU. She will be deeply missed. “Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal.”
    ❤️💐 Love you forever, Sherice! Rest now.❤️💐

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  313. Jim and Sherry Lewis, Newport News, VA. 23608 on

    We are so sorry to learn of the passing of your beloved husband, Frank. You and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. May God’s love comfort all of you during this sad time.

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  314. Nikki Cooper on

    Frank had a gift of making you feel better when you were in his presence
    He could be having a bad but you would never know, always a smile and
    he was glad to see you, so your bad day was gone…you walked away with
    a smile

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  315. Robin Harrell on

    Staci, I’m so sorry for your loss. I know how hard this time is for you and your family. Please know that I’m here for you if you need anything. He will forever be in your thoughts and the love you have for him will always be in your heart. As days go by you will see simple things that will remind you of him — just know these simple things are his way of letting you know — he’s never far away. Hugs and Love.

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  316. Wendy Giordano on

    The Williams family always made me feel welcomed and treated me like a daughter. There are so many fun memories like when he would pick us up from a concert and take us to Shoney’s to eat soup and salad. Irwin’s pharmacy where he would sit at the soda bar and talk and everyone knew who was. He was friends with everyone. Johnny really did teach us to enjoy the little things in life. Praying for peace and comfort for all of his family and friends.

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  317. Frances Hill on

    Bill was just one of a kind! Bill would be the only older sibling who would talk to us seriously about anything, then laugh and carry on with us! What a joy to run into him at VT and catch up on all the happenings in the family and his new educational adventures! The last time we saw him was at Rick’s retirement ceremony and he, like us scooted away before the fanfare-crowds weren’t usually our thing. He was such a brilliant man, funny, and always knew something to say(brilliantly witty!). Whoever wrote this obituary hit the nail on the head, beautifully written-he will be so missed! Love and hugs to all the family, God be will you!🙏🏼❤️❤️

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  318. Brandi LeFebvre on

    Mr. Johnny is the dad of my life long best friend and I will always remember him as a great father. He was very thoughtful and was always so nice to me. He will be sorely missed by his entire family. My prayers are with you all.

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  319. Dave Huffman on

    Mr. Williams was a great storyteller. I always enjoyed chatting with him. I was fortunate to be able to join Todd and his Dad for breakfast a few times. Always entertaining and it was plain to see how much of a bond they shared. Mr. Williams will be missed by all who had the privilege to know him.

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  320. Donna Wittkopp on

    We offer our deepest consonances. You were a great duo together and we so admired your lasting love. We are so sorry.

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  321. Angela Wenzel on

    So sorry for your loss 🙏. He has touched the lives of many. Your family is in our hearts and prayers 🙏🙏🙏

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  322. Kay OBeirne on

    Judy, I feel your pain. Your loss is so fresh and you are going to have many days of deep grief. I have walked this path. Remember all the memories you and Frank shared which will always be deep in your heart. I will keep you in my prayers for healing. 🙏🏻🇺🇸

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  323. Lovey Scott West on

    Judy, I’m so sorry for your loss. I have you and you family in my thoughts and prayers.
    He was a special man. May he RIP.

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  324. Chelsea barlow on

    Take your time, and don’t rush the healing. I’m sorry you experienced this kind of loss, and if you need anything I’m here for you ♥️

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  325. Jennifer Hunter on

    There are so many stories to remember my heart goes out to you Linda, Todd and Stacy. He was one of the best bosses I’ve ever worked for. He will be missed. My condolences to the whole family.

    Jennifer.

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  326. Patricia Savage Godwin on

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    This is a picture of the Kregers and the Fairers at Virginia Beach when Betty and I were really young. I am sad she has passed. I will really miss her. I am glad I spoke to her very recently. She was always happy when we talked on the phone and I enjoyed being with her at the Tuesday luncheons.

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  327. Karen Delp on

    Kajs, My deepest sympathy to you on Jim’s passing. I had only just heard of the debilitating disease he had. What a light he was in the lives of everyone who knew him. It may be years since we’ve shared space, but I’ve always had warm thoughts whenever I’ve thought of both of you. I particularly recall his beer, his smile — and seeing your speed walking over the roads. God bless. Karen

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  328. Cheryl Thomas on

    Dear Irwin:
    My thoughts and prayers are with you.
    I have many memories stored in my heart of Janna and
    her stellar qualities and am grateful to have had the
    Pleasure of her friendship.

    F ierce
    R esponsible
    I nnovative

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  329. John Carnek Marshall on

    Betty was a positive person and will be missed by all who knew her.
    I am sending the family my condolences. I pray that God comforts the family..

    Sincerely,
    John Carnek Marshall

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  330. Norfolk Police Chaplains on

    The Norfolk Police Chaplains sends our heart felt condolences to the Williams Family. Our Hearts and Prayers are with you. Please know that our assistance is just a Phone Call away.
    In His Hands
    The Chaplains Corps. Norfolk Police Department Chaplains

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  331. Leo Facenda on

    It was very sad that Johnny and I did not remain close over the years. Johnny touched many lives over the years. I am certain he will be missed and many friends and family. Johnny always meant so much to me.

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  332. Punkin on

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    You might’ve been my grandad but i always looked at you as my father, you were the best friend I’ll ever have. I’ll always cherish all of our breakfast dates, dancing in the car, and four wheeler rides back in the day. We had a bond like no other, and used to just run away to the beach house to get away from it all, if only we could do that now. I love you eternally pawpaw, love your punk.

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  333. Leanne Routten on

    Jay will always be with you Kathy…Just look for the signs around you.

    Love and Prayers to you my Best Friend

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  334. David knight on

    We worked together and talked a lot when I was at Branscome, 12 pack was a fun guy to work with, I will see you on the other side brother and I will never forget you. Rust Trail

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  335. Jenny Goff on

    I will miss our neighborly chats. Jay, sorry you are gone. You’re in our thoughts continually, Kathy.

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  336. E R on

    My deepest sympathy is with the Maxwell family. May the God of Comfort comfort the Maxwell family during this time of grief and sorrow (2 Corinthians 1:3,4).

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  337. Dave and Kris Hurst on

    Gone to soon. Loved by many. Sincerely missed. Always in our hearts. Until we meet again. Ride high.

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  338. Martha Youmans on

    Kathy, Sorry for your loss. Jay was a special guy we all loved.He will be with you forever, everywhere you go and in everything you do. If you ever need to just talk …..my number has not changed…….Be at peace… my

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  339. Christine Davis on

    I am so sorry your loss. I am an old friend of your dad. We all live on Lynnhaven Drive. A long with David King family.

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  340. Jim Saunders on

    You will be missed by all that knew you. I enjoyed working with you, You can rest in peace now, God be with you,

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  341. Toni White on

    Kathy I didn’t know your husband Jay but I know if he was with you he was a special person because I know you’re a special person you’re with me in my hour of need when my son was born you went to surgery with me when I needed somebody for that I always love you I’m sorry for your loss

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  342. Betty Banton on

    My heartfelt condolence goes out to you and the family in the loss of my cousin, my friend and your mother. But! know that she is in Heaven with our Lord and Savior,
    Jesus Christ❤

    Cousin Betty

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  343. Deborah Parks on

    I worked as a secretary at the State Probation and Parole Office in 1977 – 1980 while my ex was in med school. Chris lived not far from me and when I needed a ride home, he was always willing to drive me. He was an excellent officer. I just happened to search his name today and found out he had died. My sympathy to the family.

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  344. Frank Rose on

    Johnny was always a good, decent and caring man. Linda and I would like to send our heartfelt sympathy to the Williams family. May God Bless You.

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  345. Marie on

    Blessed upon you aunt and may you rest in perfect peace until we see each other again. Love you Auntie 🕊🌺🌺🌺🕊

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  346. Mike & Rita Snodgrass on

    We are so sorry for your loss
    May GOD bring you & your family
    Much comfort & peace during this
    difficult time.

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  347. Mary Mike Davis on

    We love you auntie Wilma and uncle Harrington and Leon Marvin you will always be in our hearts forever you will be at the races with us everytime

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  348. Linda Poore on

    Sue, Arman, and family,
    I am deeply sorry for your loss. Raja was a great kid. Gavin was really affected by this and wished that he could have been there for him. You will always be in my thoughts and prayers 🙏🏼.

    Much Love,

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  349. Aileen Breakfield on

    Aunt Wilma and uncle Harrington you raised an amazing son. He was the best uncle anyone could ask for and he will be missed dearly and will always be in our hearts and at the races cheering with us. I love you all 💛

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  350. gary n hedgepeth(FLAP) on

    i worked with Jay for years,i worked the Charles City Scales and he was one of my drivers,we would always find something to laugh or joke about and he was always a pleasure to talk to,no matter either of our moods,Jay you will be missed by all and i want your family to know that you were highly thought of,RIP my friend

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  351. Lauren on

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    My special big cousin Marvin. Always made me laugh and smile. Love to all of my family, now & always x

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  352. Danielle Keegan on

    You will be sadly missed Marvin ❤️ You never knew how truely loved you were❤️ I hope you are at peace now xxx

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  353. Ashlie king on

    RIP to our handsome cousin Marvin! Love you forever Ashlie, Michael, Leon and Molly ❤️💙❤️

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  354. Emma Byrne on

    Marvin you were the life & soul of the party, your smile could light up a room❤️always full of fun & family ment the world to you❤️our hearts are truly broken💔forever in our hearts❤️

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  355. Auntie Jack Uncle Andy cx on

    Marvin was a kind loving family young man who will be missed bye everyone I will always have him in my heart and memories a fantastic nephew always smiling just like his cousin Jim Byrne gone before him rest together in peace memories are the greatest gift. Xx

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  356. Leann Thomson on

    Marvin you had a smile and laugh that could light up any room, you cared so much for family and always made sure to check in with everyone of us. love you cuz xxx

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  357. PATRICIA WILLIAMS SISTER INLAW on

    In memory of Johnny “Bobby” Williams, PATRICIA WILLIAMS SISTER INLAW lit a candle

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  358. Carolyn Finch on

    God has called another one of his child home. May he Rest In Peace.

    Cousin Carolyn Williams Finch

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  359. Diane Thomson on

    Marvin had the most infectious smile and family meant the world to him. You are so loved and will never be forgotten, RIP cousin❤️xx

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  360. Vernon Roane on

    It is of great regret to hear of the tragic passing of Jay. I worked with him and we were tasked with the same assignment in the safety department and we use to talk about the subject matter at hand and laughed about some things when relevant. He was a guy to tell it like it is! We will miss him and to the family, I am very sorry for your loss.

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  361. Lisa Rossiter on

    Goodbyes are not forever, Goodbyes are not the end.
    They simply mean i’ll miss you, until we meet again.
    I hope you knew just how special and loved you were and always will be Marvin.
    Forever in my heart my beautiful cousin 💙

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  362. Jim Thomson on

    No words can explain how sad I am that you are gone, you were my biggest supporter and motivated me so much to continue on the path I’m on and I’ll be forever grateful for that, So thank you ❤
    Rest easy Marvin, you will always have a home in my heart. Love always Uncle Jim 💔

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  363. Mary Beth Tedesco on

    This world is going to be more dull without John stirring things up! You will be missed, John. So many memories….

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  364. Norm Ralston on

    I am sorry to hear of Marvin’s passing. We worked together and I enjoyed his company and sense of humor. My sincere condolences to his family and many friends.

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  365. Andy Johnstone on

    On3rd may 21 Scotland and America became united in grief with the passing of Marvin. Sadly America has lost a patriot with strong American values, honesty, integrity, high morals and strong family values. Scotland lost a son a true brave heart on that sad day. I lost not just a nephew but a friend,A man I was proud and honoured to call a true friend Marvin has passed and will be laid to rest,while we here in heart broken Scotland will remember Marvin. AS SIMPLY THE BEST RIP

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  366. Sandy Dailey on

    My deepest sympathies on the loss of your beloved son. I pray for peace and comfort for you and your family through this difficult time of loss

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  367. Luci (Tedesco) Watson on

    Uncle John, the night before you passed I had a list of things I wanted to thank you for, so I guess here is as good as any – as I thought I’d have more time to share with you..
    1.) Thank you for putting up the railing for my dad on the stairwell, when he first came home from the hospital as he was trying to move about the house…
    2.) Thank you for visiting after Evelynn was born and helping me get Home Depot to take back the refrigerator we bought that really was too big and didn’t fit in our kitchen, you knew how to speak to the manager, it was so helpful, and I felt like I had a strong team member 🙂
    3.) Thanks for the pasta lunch back in the city of Rome years ago, even IF you were hastily moving through the amazing Sistine Chapel and had the museum security on edge, we called them ‘professional shushers’ they kept shushing you to be more quiet. Hahah, it was one of my most memorable moments in Rome. It always makes me laugh.
    4.) Thank you for the memorable times on your sail boat, there was always something to do, and I’ll never forget getting sea sick after going crabbing.
    5.) Thanks for being there and always making the trip to Pittsburgh, these many times over the years. It was a joy to be able to come down to Virginia Beach in my summers as a pre-teen to teenager and hang out eating ice cream and watching gulf with you on the couch 🙂

    Your strong presence will be missed, Love your niece Luci

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  368. Rich Brodmann on

    My deepest condolences to Charlie, Wilma, Leon & Family. I’ll always remember Marvin especially from back when I’d see him at the Little Creek Amphib Base Gym with his Dad (Charlie). About 1 year ago he installed a new HVAC system in my partner Ken’s home. Rest in Peace Marvin…❤

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  369. Senga young on

    My heart just aches. God bless this sweet soul…You are in my thoughts and prayers….❤️❤️❤️❤️🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

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  370. Jerry Patterson on

    My most memorable moment was coming to the house and you always had a peanut butter pie ready for me to eat and one to take home. You will be missed.

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  371. Virginia Patterson on

    Uncle Maurice, Nancy is in a good place. I will remember her as “Ms. Etiquette ” often giving me a hard time about not having a full set of dishes when I lived by myself.
    May Peace Be With You.

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  372. Mary Mella on

    Our warmest condolences to you all in Johns passing. May all the wonderful memories you have shared give you comfort during this difficult time
    Love , your Canadian cousins , Mary and family. 😇🙏🙏🙏

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  373. David Helveston (Army Chorus Retired) on

    Maurice, I am so sorry for your loss! I hope that all the good memories from a great life together comfort you in this time of sorrow. Have faith that you will be together again someday!

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  374. Linda Raymond on

    Dear Mr. Williams –
    I am so sorry to hear of your beloved Nancy’s passing. You two were a great team and a source of support and comfort for me when I was in the Band.

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  375. Jim Kessler on

    Chief,
    So sorry to hear about Nancy. Carolyn and I have thought about you often. Take care of yourself, and hope we can catch up before long.
    All best,
    Jim Kessler
    (301) 919-2127 cell
    cjkes@hotmail.com

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  376. John Mueller on

    Chief, We are so sorry to hear of Nancy’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers our with you. John & Karen Mueller

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  377. Bob Richards on

    Chief – I’m so sorry to hear about Nancy’s passing. You both were always so much fun to be around and I’m blessed to have those memories as do you. Please stay well and I’ll hope to see you at the TUSAB 100th reunion.

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  378. Jeffrey A. Costa on

    I’m so sorry Rebecca to hear of John Passing! My condolences and prayers are with you and your family. I had the opportunity to know John for 26 years working with him for the City of Virginia Beach Permit and Inspections. John was a great person, nice, friendly, helpful, and a positive force around the office. He is very well like to me and everyone else around him. I also enjoyed every moments talking to John about many things outside of work. John, you’re forever in my thoughts and you will be sorely missed. Rest In Peace!

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  379. Rosanna ParrisMoore on

    Do you see her, that face, that smile. It says everything about her. She lights up a room and her laugh, warms your heart. She is as beautiful inside as out. Sheryl is a Caregiver, yes a Giver of Care/Love/Compassion/Empathy/Warmth/Sympathetic/Nurturing. Sheryl was all that and a loving Mother, Sister, Auntie, Friend and Confidante. On 3-28-21, Sheryl joined our brother Herb, Mum, Dad, Maureen and the rest of our Family for a Heavenly Palm Sunday Celebration. They both Love the Lord and are now at Peace. We will miss Sheryl and Herb terribly. RIH/RIP ❤️🙏🏾❤️🙏🏾

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  380. Tom Palmatier on

    Maurice – We are so sorry to learn of Nancy’s passing. You two were a wonderful team and we enjoyed it so much whenever we got to hang out with you.

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  381. Greg Twombley on

    Chief, so sorry to hear of your loss. I give thanks for you, your kindness, and your big heart for service and treasure the memories of times together. I’m reminded of the Ellington Sacred Concert at the National Cathedral – it was a blessed time! Prayers for peace, comfort and strength as you miss Nancy, though know she lives on in your heart. Be blessed!

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  382. Sharlyn Harrall on

    My deepest condolences to you and the family. Prayers going up to guide you during these difficult times.

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  383. Alys and Steve Schultz on

    So sorry to hear about Nancy! She was a sweet person and good neighbor. Our love and prayers are with you Maurice and family!

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  384. Debie Johnson on

    Madeline, I am so sorry to hear of your loss of John. I was so awed at the home you and he built on the bay. I know you will have many beautiful memories of the times you spent together. Fondly, Debie Johnson, former School Nurse, Pembroke Meadows Elementary School.

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  385. Donna Tefft on

    Jeff and I were saddened to hear that Johnny had passed
    We both have fond memories of working with Johnny at Brinks
    Our hearts go out to the entire family
    🙏🙏🙏 RIP Johnny

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  386. Steve Thygersen HMC(SS) on

    Bill was a seriously good dude, he knew when to press stop and when to press go, all without making a huge fuss.

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  387. Big Dave on

    Gonna miss you ol’ feller. We had some crazy times at work. Terrible paving jobs that made us laugh, throw up our hands, and wish we were drinking cold ones. You were like a big brother.

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  388. ROBERT C MYERS on

    Just learned my long-time and good friend Lloyd has passed away.
    We were close friends for so many years in Petersburg.
    My heart is saddened.
    If any of family ever read this, please contact me 502 262 5291
    I live in Louisville, Ky. With University Louisville, Bobby Myers

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  389. Bassam and Nada Kawwass on

    Dear Madeline, April and Rachel,
    We are sorry to hear of John’s passing; we continue to cherish the good memories from the time when you-all were next door. We send you our sincere condolences. May he RIP.
    Bassam and Nada

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  390. Robert Dupree on

    Our deepest heartfelt condolences on the loss of your Mother Natalie Richardson Lewis. May your hearts be filled with the wonderful memories of joyful times you spent together with her. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time of bereavement. Cousin Natalie will be sorely missed. We loved her dearly.
    RIP until we meet again.
    Robert & Raymond Dupree

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  391. Scott Bateman on

    The COVA Brewing Company family was saddened to hear about the passing of John. He was a big part of the Ocean View community and was instrumental in the initial establishment of COVA Brewing by working with us to acquire the property in Ocean View. John showed us much grace and favor throughout the financing and real estate closing process. We are grateful to have known and worked with John. He will be missed. We send our heartfelt condolences.

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  392. Vince and Pearl Tedesco on

    Dear Madeline,
    We were sad to hear the news of John’s passing. Although we weren’t able to speak often, each time we saw John we so much enjoyed our conversations with him. He was so committed to yourself and his family. I know the happy memories of the life you shared together will help you through this very difficult time. Please accept our sincere condolences.
    Love, Vince and Pearl Tedesco

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  393. John Burch on

    We love and will miss you dearly but we know that you are united again with Gene in a land where we’ll never be sick again. All heaven is going to love you.

    JohnnyB and Faye Burch

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  394. Deborah Henry on

    Maurice,
    Please accept my sincere condolences on Nancy’s passing. She was a little spitfire and would always be ready with a story when Lisa and I would show up for lawn services. I enjoyed her stories about her time in the army. She was a trailblazer for all women in the military. She will be missed.
    Regards,
    Deborah

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  395. Lowell Arwood on

    Chief,
    Please know that my wife, Marilyn, and I send you our deepest and most sincere condolences in the Passing of of your beloved wife, Nancy.
    May the Lord give you comfort and peace during this very sad time.
    Sincerely, Lowell Arwood

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  396. Marilyn Brister on

    So sorry for your loss. We are currently grieving Maurice L. Combs who lived in Massachusetts who passed on last month. Don’t know if he is related.

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  397. Virginia Turcy on

    My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Rhonda was an amazing women who was always there for anyone who needed her. She will be greatly missed.

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  398. Myra White-Pitt on

    Mike You And The Girls Have My Deepest Sympathy, I Will Keep Everyone In My Prayers .Rhonda Was Very Special To Me She’s Been In My Life For Almost 18yrs I Will Always Remember Her And Especially For Those Coney Jokes ,Love You Guys.🙏🏽❤️❤️❤️

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  399. Gayle Mair on

    My Uncle John lived so big! I have admired him and loved him from my earliest memories. He stood up for me, made me laugh, and helped me see through his own example that I could make much more out of life than the box others wanted to put me in. He was a wonderful mixture of compassion and bull-headedness. I will miss Uncle John deeply, and am grateful for the sense of him that lives on through his family.

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  400. Elissa Cunningham on

    May you rest in heaven with all the other Angels. You will continue to live through your beautiful girls. We are are so blessed to have had you as a part of each of our lives. Until we me meet again.💕

    Wishing Mike and your girls the strength to get through this difficult time. Peace and love to you all.

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  401. James & Bev Ferron on

    Rest In Peace Rhonda. May God wrap His arms around you and your family and friends. 💐🙏🏻

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  402. Steve Siegfried on

    Dear Family of Tim, I am so sorry for your loss! I will hold your family in the light!
    Sincerely,
    Steve Siegfried(Richmond, VA)

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  403. Cheryl Lyden on

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    I really enjoyed Linda, she always made me laugh. We would sit around HRC and talk endlessly about life. I looked at her as a person who has been thru so much in this world but still had the drive to be well. I am very sad to hear this news today. Xo xo Linda. Rest in Peace

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  404. A on

    Sending prayers for the entire Devoe family. I’m so sorry for your loss. I never had the honor of meeting her, but I can tell how amazing of a mom she was from meeting her daughters. Rest peacefully.

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  405. Elizabeth and Tee Meroney on

    So very sorry to hear you have lost Phyliss, she was a faithful member of the VCMA, she made cakes for the cake walk for many years. We knew her and Gene for a lot time, they were great people, she will be missed. Hugs and prayers for all the family.
    Liz and Tee Meroney

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  406. Peaches Kavanaugh on

    Very sorry to hear of Amber’s passing. She and Gary were friendly breakfast companions for many years at a local diner. Many good memories.

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