1956 - William Thomas Avery - (4/23/2009) - Birth: Oct. 3, 1938 District Of Columbia, USA
Death: Apr. 23, 2009 Milford, Sussex County Delaware, USA
William "Tom" T. Avery, of Lewes, passed away peacefully on Thursday, April 23, 2009, at Delaware Hospice Center in Milford, surrounded by his family. He was 70.
He was born Oct. 3, 1938, in Washington, D.C., son of the late Robert M. and Evelyn (Aney) Avery.
Mr. Avery was a proud police officer of the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C., for 20 years, retiring in 1981 as a Sergeant. In 1998, he and his wife moved from Laurel, Md., to Lewes where he enjoyed crab feasts, gardening and the Washington Red-skins.
He served with the U.S. Navy from 1956 to 1962. He was a member of Am Vets in Long Neck, and a member of the Elks in Maryland and in Lewes.
Mr. Avery is survived by his wife of 21 years, Patricia M. (Hanyok) Avery; two daughters, Christine Carol LoBiondo and her husband Richard of Collegeville, Pa., and Kelly Rose Avery of Lewes; three sons, Thomas Mitchell Avery and his wife Denise of Frisco, Texas, Gregory Thomas Avery and his wife Tonya of Double Oak, Texas, and Zachary Robert Avery of Lewes; seven grandchildren, Kimberly, Matthew, Nicole, Abigayle, Austin, Gabrielle and Sydney; two sisters, Nancy C. Darling and her husband Lewis of Dawsonville, Ga., and Judith E. Johnson and her husband Clifford of Locust Grove, Va.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, Robert H. Avery.
Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 28, at Conley's United Methodist Church, 22150 Robinsonville Road, Lewes. Interment will follow at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Dagsboro. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday, April 27, at Parsell Funeral Homes & Crematorium, Atkins-Lodge Chapel, 16961 Kings Highway, Lewes. (www.parsellfuneralhomes.com)
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions be made to Delaware Hospice Center, 100 Patriots Way, Milford, DE 19963; or to Lewes Fire Department, Inc., P.O. Box 225, Lewes, DE 19958.
Delaware State News (Dover, DE) - Sunday, April 26, 2009
1956 - Elizabeth Barton Ogrodowicz
1956 - Ernest C "Ernie" Betts - (2/7/2009) - BETTS, Ernest C. III "Ernie" (also known as Claire to his family) 70, of Holiday, passed away Feb. 7, 2009 after a sudden illness.
Much loved husband, son, father, grandfather and great grandfather. He was born in Sparta, WI and raised in Arlington, VA, graduated from Wakefield High School in 1956, then attended Randolph Macon College. He worked for Phillip Morris in VA then followed his father, Ernest C. Betts Jr., into the Federal Government and retired from the Dept. of the Treasury in 1990.
He became a volunteer fireman with the Arlington VA Fire Department and Fire Chief of Jefferson District Volunteer Fire Company at Station 5 and was an active member of Sandy Springs MD Volunteer Fire Department from 1981-1994.
He moved to Florida in 1994 and as a respected member of the Forest Hills Civic Association in Holiday, was Treasurer (12 years) and twice President. He became an accountant in 1997 and joined Jackson Hewitt Tax Services in 1998 where he had a long list of loyal clients each tax season and trained new tax preparers every fall.
He is survived by his wife, Ann (Smith/Kessler) of the home; and daughters, Deborah 'Debbie' Betts Brasel, Greenbelt, MD, Cindi (Billings) Betts, Virginia, Karen Betts (Kerr), Maine and Elizabeth Ernst, Virginia; 10 grandchildren, Kendra, Christopher, Hannah, Morgan, Samantha, Timothy, Zachary, Susan and Rose (twins) and Richard; 1 great-granddaughter, Destiny. He is also survived by his mother, Betty Betts (Washburn) of Center Cross, VA; a brother, Keith Betts of Anderson, SC (formerly of Miami, and White Stone, VA). He was predeceased by his father, Ernest C. Betts Jr. (2007) and youngest brother, Willis (Bill) Lee Betts (2008).
Memorial services will be held at First Methodist Church, Tapahanock, VA, Saturday, Feb. 21, 2009 and on as yet undetermined date at Forest Hills Civic Association, Harpoon Drive, Florida.
1956 - Mona Bietz
1956 - Martha Blake Recnor - (6/1/1996)
1959- Joan Bloomquist Finley - (3/11/2017) - FINLEY Joan Bloomquist March 11, 2017 Joan Bloomquist (Nina) Finley, 76, passed away on Saturday, March 11, 2017, after a long battle with Alzheimer's. She was preceded in death by her parents, Rudolph Oscar and Marcel Mullican Bloomquist; husband, Bradley Lester Finley; and brother, Kenneth Warner Bloomquist. Joan grew up in Arlington, Va. and graduated from Wakefield High School before locating to Roanoke in the early 1960's with her husband, Brad. She was a long-time member of Southview United Methodist Church, and she very much enjoyed being a member of the church's "Sonshine Gang". She was most passionate about her family and pets, and she cherished spending time with them at Smith Mountain Lake through the years. Surviving are her children, Pamela Finley Carnahan (Bill), Stephen Blaine Finley (Connie), Stephanie Finley McAllister (Doug), and Kevin Bradley Finley; grandchildren, Bradley Steven and Margaret Demme Carnahan, Tate Douglas McAllister, and Kaitlyn Rose Finley; brother Wendall Robert Bloomquist (Carole); numerous nieces and nephews; and long-time companion, Ronald O. Scaggs. A joyful celebration of Joan's life will be held at a later date this Spring. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials be made to the Roanoke Valley SPCA, 1340 Baldwin Avenue, Roanoke, 24012; Angels of Assisi, 415 Campbell Avenue, Roanoke, 24016; the Alzheimer's Association, or any other charity of your choice.
1956 - Jacqueline Bogardus Hawes - (6/28/2018) JACQUELINE B. HAWES (Age 80) On June 28, 2018, Jackie Hawes passed away peacefully in Arlington , VA. Jackie was born on December 7, 1937 in El Paso, TX to Richard and Marguerite Bogardus. Jackie was predeceased by her loving husband Alan. Jackie is survived by son Richard Hawes; daughters, Cyndi Hite, Cherie (Rob) Molloy, Carole (Larry) Rogers; grandchildren, Alex, Devin, Sara, Erin, Rachel, Andrew, Lauren and Leah; sister, Betty Butler (Jim); nieces and nephews and a multitude of friends. Jackie was a 35+ year employee of the Washington Post. She enjoyed camping, blue grass, her dogs, shopping, family and friends. A Celebration of Jackie's life will be held at 3 p.m., July 2t, at the Greenspring Retirement Home Chapel, in Springfield, VA.
Published in The Washington Post on July 8, 2018
1956 - Kay Elizabeth Bradley Mays - (8/7/2002)
1956 - Charles Phillip Brumbaugh - (12/12/2008) - Buried Crawford Cemetery Clark County Washington
1956 - Lenora Buckley
1956 - Robert Burr
1956 - Robert F "Bob" Cavedo - (5/10/2009) - CAVEDO ROBERT FITZGERALD CAVEDO "Bob" (Age 70) Of Hagerstown MD, passed away, Sunday, May 10, 2009, at his residence. Born Friday, December 9, 1938, in Richmond, Virginia, he was the son of the late Willis Henry Cavedo and the late Margaret Beiu Clegg Cavedo. His wife, JoAnn Cartwright Cavedo preceded him in death in 1992. He graduated from Wakefield High School in Arlington, VA and then graduated from American University in Washington D.C. He retired from NCR/AT&T in 1996. Robert was a volunteer for the American Diabetes Association Montgomery County Chapter and helped to organize the Race for the Cure Bikeathon. Robert and his wife were instrumental in founding the National Capital Area Chapter of the ALS Association. Most recently "Mister Bob" volunteered in the 1st grade classroom at Eastern Elementary. He loved helping the children learn. He is survived by his daughter, Linda Naddeo and husband, Mark of Smithsburg, MD; his son, Robert Fitzgerald Cavedo, Jr. and wife, Patricia of Dunkirk, MD; sister, Phyllis C. Weisser of Atlanta, GA; brother, John R. Cavedo of Hilton Head, SC; and two grandchildren, Connor and Brenna Naddeo. Services and interment will be held privately at the convenience of the family. Memorial donations may be made online at www.Diabetes.org or by calling 1-800-342-2383, ext. 8130. Online condolences may be expressed at: www.douglasfiery.com
Published in The Washington Post on May 13, 2009
1956 - Brion Chabot - (12/22/2016) - Col. Brion V. Chabot, USA, Retired - Colonel Brion Victor Chabot died peacefully on Dec. 22, 2016, at the Huntsville Hospital in Huntsville, Alabama. He was 78 years old. He was born Oct 25, 1938 at Fort Sam Houston, Texas to Joseph and Bonnie Chabot. Brion "Bri" received a congressional appointment to the United States Military Academy in 1956, and upon graduation in 1960 he was commissioned as an Artillery Second Lieutenant.
Bri served in the US Army for 29 years retiring in 1989. He saw combat during two tours in Viet Nam. He received numerous awards and decorations which included the Legion of Merit and two Bronze Stars.
Other career highlights included assignments as Battalion Commander in Fort Sill, OK, Project Manager at the United States Army Military Personnel Center in Alexandria, VA, and Deputy G-3 and Director of Joint AirLand Operations (NATO) in Heidelberg, GE. He was a graduate of the Army Command and General Staff College and the Army War College.
In addition to receiving his Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the United States Military Academy, he held a Master of Arts in Political Science from the University of Texas and a Master of Science in Administration from George Washington University.
Upon retirement he initially worked as a Professor of Military Science at Augusta College in Augusta, GA. He later held various positions as a civilian contractor in the Redstone Arsenal, AL.
In retirement he remained active in service to his country by serving as Commander-in-chief of the Military Order of the World Wars and was instrumental in establishing the Youth Leadership Conference in Huntsville, AL in partnership with the Space Camp at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center.
Brion is survived by his devoted and loving wife Margo of 53 years, beloved daughter Belinda Chabot, three caring sisters Jeannie Wallace, Georgiana Krueger and Ella Chabot-Policare, and two close brothers Joseph Chabot and Edmund Chabot.
Throughout his life in all that he did he lived by the United States Military Academy Motto "Duty, Honor, Country" and by the Military Order of the World Wars daily code "It is nobler to serve than to be served".
Visitation will be at Fort Sam Houston . In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the American Heart Association or the ASPCA.
1956 - Charles "Chet" Chalkley - (7/8/2017) - Charles "Chet" Eaton Chalkley, 78, died Saturday, July 8th 2017 at Iliff Nursing facility in Dunn Loring, VA following complications from Parkinson's disease.
He leaves his daughter, Tina Dabby; his two sons, Mark Clack and Charles "Chaz" Chalkley; seven grandchildren; his sister, Terri Akers; and many close friends.
The son of Charles A and Mary Mears Chalkley, Chet was born in Washington, DC and raised in Arlington, VA, but spent most of his recent years in Manassas, VA where he established many great friendships.
In his early years, Chet attended Wakefield HS in Arlington where he excelled in several track and field events, setting records across the state and mid-Atlantic region, and where he earned the nickname "Chet the Jet." His time at Wakefield were some of his fondest memories, kept alive by the life-long friendships he established there. He later attended N.C. State University, where he also ran track.
While in high school, college, and shortly thereafter, Chet, also known as "Little Chiddy", assisted his father, "Big Chiddy", in business at a Greyhound bus terminal in Alexandria, VA and later at the Washington Post where his father was in charge of distribution for the area.
Chet had a passion for photography from an early age, resulting in countless photo albums and negatives. He could often be seen documenting parties and events for friends and family. Other common pastimes included fishing, throwing darts, and watching the Redskins and Nationals/Senators.
A memorial gathering will be held on Saturday, July 15th at Advent Funeral Home in Falls Church, VA from 10am until 2pm.
1956 - Mary Alice Coates Glover - (10/19/2007) - MARY ALICE GLOVER Mary Alice Coates Glover, age 69 of Arlington, died Friday, October 19, 2007. Born in Washington, DC, she was the daughter of the late Robert M. and Aldine Snyder Coates. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Orrel Glover. She was the beloved mother of Annemarie S. Glover, Robert P. Glover, and his girlfriend, Kerry C. McKenna. Other survivors include brothers and sisters in law, John and Helen Glover, Charles and Diane Glover; cousin, Edward and Laurel Snyder, and numerous nieces, nephews, and friends. The family will receive friends Friday, November 2, 2007 from 2-4 and 6-8pm at Murphy Funeral Home, 4510 Wilson Blvd, Arlington. Funeral services will be conducted at 10am Saturday, November 3, 2007 at the Clarendon United Methodist Church, with interment to follow in Columbia Gardens Cemetery. Memorial Contributions may be made to the Wakefield Education Foundation, 11350 Random Hills Rd. #500, Fairfax, VA 22030, or to the ALS Association, DC/MD/VA Chapter, 7507 Standish Place, Rockville, MD 20855, www.alsainfo.org/donations
Published in The Washington Post on October 20, 2007.
1956 - Evelyn Elizabeth Collom - (10/26/2013) - Turner, 75, of Prince Frederick, passed away October 26, 2013 at the Burnett-Calvert Hospice House. She was born February 11, 1938 in Floral Park, Long Island, NY to Vance Ralph and Alice Elizabeth (Ludlum) Collom.
Evelyn was raised in Arlington, VA, where she attended school. Primarily a mother and homemaker, Evelyn also worked in customer service at Woodward & Lothrop Department Stores, and was a substitute teacher and a bus driver. She moved to Prince Frederick in 1976, and was a proud Calvert Hospice Volunteer for over twenty years and she was also a volunteer at Calvert Memorial Hospital. She was a member of the DAR Descendants of 76 Chapter in Washington, D.C., the Red Hats Society and recently joined the Calvert Garden Club. Evelyn loved being on the water, fishing and crabbing, and enjoyed golf in her younger years. She also enjoyed ceramics, stained glass, and flowers. She was a devoted mother, and great cook. Most of all she loved spending time with her family and friends and valued the relationships she had with them. Many referred to her as "the classiest lady they knew."
Evelyn was preceded in death by her parents and her husband William "Bill" Turner. She is survived by three sons, Christopher B. Fleshren and wife Toby of Manassas, VA, David G. Fleshren and wife Manuela of Springfield, VA, and Michael D. Fleshren and wife Mivaun of Loris, SC. Also surviving are grandchildren Nicole and Kyle Fleshren, both of Loris, SC, a brother Vance R. Collom and wife Judy of Webster, NY, and several nieces and nephews.
Family and friends will be received Tuesday, October 29, 2013 from 2-4 & 7-9 PM at Rausch Funeral Home, P.A., 8325 Mt. Harmony Lane, Owings, where a funeral service and celebration of Evelyn's life will be held Wednesday, at 11:00 AM.
Interment will follow at Trinity Memorial Gardens, Waldorf, MD. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Burnett-Calvert Hospice House in Prince Frederick.
To leave condolences visit www.rauschfuneralhomes.com. Arrangements by Rausch Funeral Home, 8325 Mount Harmony Lane, Owings, MD.
1956 - Donald E Cox - (4/6/2005) - COX, DONALD EUGENE on April 6, 2005, of McLean, VA. Beloved husband of the late Diane Elizabeth Cox; father of Pamela Cox McPheters and Timothy J. Cox; and brother of Norma Stewart and Janet Nichols Oschman; and grandfather of Ryan James and Adam Thomas McPheters. Family will receive friends at NATIONAL FUNERAL HOME, 7482 Lee Hwy., Falls Church, VA, on Monday, April 11, 12 Noon until service time at 1 p.m. Interment National Memorial Park. Memorial contributions may be made to Community Hospice or American Cancer Society.
Published in The Washington Post from Apr. 8 to Apr. 10, 2005
1956 - Joel Ralph Crenshaw - (1/31/1997) - Buried in Ivy Hill Cemetery, Upperville, VA - Consulting Executive
Joel R. Crenshaw, 58, an airport development consultant who was president and board chairman of Interair Development Corp. of Great Falls, Va., died of cardiopulmonary arrest Jan. 31 at Fairfax Hospital. He lived in Great Falls.
Dr. Crenshaw, a Washington native, was a graduate of George Washington University, where he also received a master's degree in philosophy and a doctorate in economics.
From 1965 to 1969, he was economic services director of the Airport Operations Council International, a trade organization. In 1969 and 1970, he was management contract chief for the Federal Aviation Administration's national capital airports bureau. Before starting In\terair in 1984, he also served as president of Thompson-Crenshaw Inc., another Great Falls airport and management consulting concern.
Dr. Crenshaw had been an officer of the American Association of Airport Executives and Administrators, publisher of the journal Aviation Monitor and a member of the Omicron Delta Epsilon economics honor society. He was the author of a Transportation Department policy studies dealing with such subjects as federal aid to airports.
His wife, the former Patricia Mann, died in 1995. Survivors include a son, Kenneth G., of Great Falls; two daughters, Kymberly G. Crenshaw of Ashburn and Kerry G. Crenshaw of Great Falls; and a brother, David, of Frederick, Md.
Washington Post, The (DC) - Tuesday, February 4, 1997
1956 - Harold E Davis - (4/22/1992)
1956 - Barbara Jane Dickinson LaBrecque - (2/1/2002) - On
February 1, 2002 at Virginia Hospital Center of Arlington. BARBARA JANE LaBRECQUE of Falls Church, VA.
Beloved wife of Henry J. LaBrecque. Survived by one son, Mark A.
LaBrecque, Oak Hill, VA; two daughters, Donna Conahan, Woodbridge, VA
and Cheryl LaBrecque-Wilt, Kansas City, KS. Also survived by six
grandchildren. Friends may call Sunday, February 3, 2002 at EVERLY
COMMUNITY CARE FUNERAL HOME, 6161 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA from
2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m., where services will follow at 8 p.m. Interment
Monday, February 4, at Windy Cove Cemetery, Millboro Springs, VA at 1
Funeral Home Everly Community Funeral Care
Published in The Washington Post from Feb. 3 to Feb. 10, 2002
1956 - Corella Marion Diven - (12/12/2003) - DIVEN, CORELLA MARION. December 1938 - December 2003
Passed away at 11:45 p.m., December 11, 2003 in her home in Fairfax, VA of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. "Cleo's" early education was in the Arlington County Public Schools. After obtaining an Art Degree from Richmond Polytechnic Institute she began her career with the federal government. She retired in 1994 after 28 years of federal service. At time of retirement, she was production chief of the Army Genigraphics Department of the United States Army Visual Information Center (USAVIC) at the Pentagon.
She was a long time member of the Fairfax Presbyterian Church, the Treasurer of the Fairfax Art League for several years. In the early seventies, she moved to The Olde Fairfax Mews and was a proud member of that community until her death. She leaves six cousins, Ms. Betty Andrasco of Disney, OK, Ms. Ann Bates of Bartlesville, OK, Ms. Phyllis Casey of Aptos, CA, Ms. June Cleverdon of Tusla, OK, Dr. John Evans of Germantown, TN and Dr. Gene Smith of San Antonio, TX. Her remains will be sent to Amarillo, TX to be entered into the Memorial Park Cemetery, Amarillo, Potter Co., Texas next to her mother and father.
It is requested that no flowers be sent, however, contributions to the Corella M. Diven Scholarship Fund may be sent to the Fairfax Art League, 3730 Old Lee Hwy., City of Fairfax, VA 22030. A Memorial Service for Ms. Diven will be held at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, December 28, 2003 at EVERLY FUNERAL HOME, 10565 Main St., (Rt. 236) City of Fairfax, VA 22030
Burial: Memorial Park Cemetery, Amarillo, Texas, Plot: Mount Aaron Blk A Lot 3 Space 1
1956 - James Draheim - (10/1/2000)
1956 - Victor Fabella - (10/28/1999)
1956 - David Matthew French - 8/5/2004 - The life of DAVID MATTHEW FRENCH, loving husband, devoted and proud father, will be celebrated at Lord of Life Lutheran Church, The Woodlands, TX on Monday, August 9, 2004 at 2 PM. David loved his family, philosophic conversation, quick wit, making people laugh and everything about Texas A&M University. Born on February 4, 1938 in Austin, TX, David was raised in Arlington, VA. He graduated from Kings Point Merchant Marine Academy, earned a Masters in Mechanical Engineering and a Doctoral degree in Industrial Engineering from Texas A&M University, where he also taught at the Galveston branch. David worked for 30 years as an engineer in the Maritime industry. He was 66 years old when he passed away on August 5, 2004. David is survived by his wife of 29 years, Nadine French; his son Jason M. French; his daughter, Kelley Coleman and husband Kenneth Coleman; a granddaughter, Mindy Coleman; and a brother, Frank "Pat" French. Public visitation will be held from 1-5 PM on Sunday, August 8, 2004 at Forest Park The Woodlands Funeral Home. Interment will follow on Tuesday at Detmold Cemetery in Thorndale, TX.
1956 - Joan Fuller McCormack - (3/1/1998)
1956 - Kay Fuller
1956 - Charles Furr - (3/11/2009) - WINTER HAVEN - Mr. Charles H. Furr, 71, of Winter Haven, died Wednesday (March 11, 2009) at his residence from respiratory failure. Mr. Furr was born on Jan. 5, 1938, in Washington, D.C. Mr. Furr served in the Army in Korea. He was a printer, associated for long periods at Exchange National Bank and Winter Haven Hospital. He was in Sertoma, and was a long-time Scout leader. Mr. Furr is survived by his sons Charles C. Furr, and Christopher W. Furr. Donations can be made in his name to the American Red Cross.
Published in the Ledger on 3/17/2009
1956 - Catherine Garth - 9/27/2003 - Miss Catherine Garth, 65,
a retired U.S. government secretary.
Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - Tuesday, September 30, 2003
1956 - Margy Gearhart
1956 - Nancy Shelby (Gohrband) Olson - 9/23/2002 - Nancy
Shelby (Gohrband) Olson, 64, of Laurel died
of lung cancer on Sept. 23, 2002 at Mariner Health of Greater Laurel.
Daughter of the late Howard and Margaret Gohrband, she was born April 27, 1938 in Roanoke, Va. She grew up in Arlington, Va., and graduated in 1956 from Wakefield High School. She worked for the National Security Agency in Arlington Hall, moving to Laurel in 1959 after the agency was relocated to Fort Meade. She served for 39 years with NSA, retiring in 1994.
Survivors include brothers Howard Gohrband of Hixson, Tenn., Allan Gohrband of Potomac and Douglas Gohrband of Florence, S.C.; goddaughter Kimberly Gohrband; nieces and nephews; and grand nieces and grand nephews.
Services were Sept. 26 at 11 a.m. at First United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Dennis Whitmore officiating. Burial was at Columbia Gardens Cemetery in Arlington. Visitation was Sept. 25 from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Fleck Funeral Home, 7601 Sandy Spring Road.
Laurel Leader (MD) - Thursday, October 3, 2002
1956 - William Gordon
1956 - Edythe Greenberg Kaplan - (10/3/1994)
1956 - Sally Harney Faulkner - (3/30/2004) - On Tuesday, March 30, 2004, Beloved wife of Thurston U. Faulkner; mother of Shaun (Katherine) Faulkner and Jamie Faulkner (Bryce) Jackson; grandmother of Sarah Jackson; sister of the late Mary Ann Monroe. Relatives and friends may call at BORGWARDT FUNERAL HOME, 4400 Powder Mill Rd., Beltsville, MD, Saturday, April 3, from 1 :30 p.m. until time of service at 3 p.m. Interment Davis Cemetery, Shipman, VA, on Sunday, April 4 at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions in her name may be made to Holy Cross Hospital Cancer Institute, Fund Development Office, 1500 Forest Glen Rd., Silver Spring, MD 20910-1484.
Published in The Washington Post on Apr. 1, 2004
1956 - Luther "Phil" Harrison
1956 - Ralph Hook - (9/14/2001)
1956 - Henderson D Houghton - (5/28/2008)
1956 - Jocelyn Hunter Hawkins
1956 - Loretta Jacobs Heitmuller - (11/5/1991) - Died 1991. Buried Stonewall Memory Gardens, Manassas, VA
1956 - Anne Johnson Steele - (7/8/2005) - COLUMBIA - Memorial service for Anne Johnson Steele, 66, will be held Monday at 3 p.m. at St. John Neumann Catholic Church.
Dunbar Funeral Home, Devine Street Chapel, is assisting the family.
Mrs. Steele died Friday, July 8, 2005. Born in Washington, D.C., she was the oldest daughter of the late Arthur and Dorothy Rondeau Johnson. She was raised in Arlington, Va., and attended Radford University. She retired from Richland School District #2 after many years of service on the administrative staff of the District Office.
Mrs. Steele attended St. John Neumann Catholic Church.
Surviving are sons, Michael John Steele and his wife, Fran Parler Steele, of Sugar Land, Texas and Kenneth Allen Steele of Chapin; daughter and son-in-law, Janice Steele Rhodes and David Rhodes of Bristow, Va.; brother, Rick Johnson of Frostburg, Md.; sisters and brothers- in-law, Margaret and Nick Cirillo of Fairfax, Va., Marilyn and Frank Wall of Hood River, Ore., and Linda Johnson and Paul Miller of Boone, N.C.; grandchildren, John Steele, Benjamin Steele, Matthew Steele, Dylan Steele, Dalton Steele, Jessica Rhodes and Jonathan Rhodes; sister-in-law, Gini Johnson of Bristow, Va.; brother-in-law, Dan Hedglin of Lincoln, Neb.; nieces, Susan Melcher, Karen Barnard and Kim Lassen, all of Lincoln, Neb.; and nephews, Arthur Johnson, David Johnson and Michael Johnson, all of Manassas, Va. She was predeceased by brother, Arthur Johnson and sister, Dorothy Johnson Hedglin.
1956 - Reba Jordan
1956 - Linda Kennison Bell - (4/30/2017) - Linda Marguerite Kennison Bell, 78, of Supply, died Sunday, April 30, 2017. Born in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 14, 1938, she was the daughter of the late Lawrence McBride Kennison and Marguerite Virginia Daffer Kennison. For more than 40 years, Linda taught English, art and creative writing. She enjoyed the second part of her career working with the Washington Freedom of the Women's United Soccer Association. Upon retiring, she filled her time with extensive travel, writing and crafting, as well as participation in her local church. As an avid quilter, she was twice honored with selections in the Sacred Threads national quilting exhibition.
Surviving are sons, Deaton Bell of Atlanta and Hunter Bell of New York; her significant other, Donald Gardiner of Supply; and numerous other relatives and friends.
A Celebration of Life will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 6, at Camp United Methodist Church officiated by the Rev. Richard Vaughn.
In lieu of flowers, donations are welcome to the following organizations, Dance for PD, Mark Morris Dance Group, 3 Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11217 and/or The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research, Grand Central Station, P.O. Box 4777, New York, NY 10163-4777.
Memorials may be directed to Lower Cape Fear Hospice & LifeCareCenter for the SECU Hospice House of Brunswick, 1414 Physicians Drive, Wilmington, NC 28401.
Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.brunswickfuneralservice.com.
Brunswick Funeral Service, Shallotte.
1956 - George Kiehle - (10/5/2005) - George Austin Kiehle, 67, passed away October 4 after a three-month battle with peritoneal cancer. He will be greatly missed by his wife of 37 years, Genevieve; son Erik and wife Jessica and their son Zach; son Mark and daughter Ingrid.
His brother Richard and wife Jane; brother James and wife Anne; and his sister Marie Miller and husband Jed, all from San Antonio, TX, survive him. His sister-in-law and her husband, Gretchen and John Neff of Reno, NV; his brother-in-law and his wife, Gary and Sandra Anderson of Richardson, TX and numerous nieces and nephews, also survive him.
George was born in Brownsville, TX, on September 23, 1938 into a military family and grew up in Germany, Japan and several Air Force bases in the United States. He graduated from Duke University in 1960.
Following college graduation, George received his commission through the U. S. Coast Guard OCS and obtained his wings at Pensacola NASFL. His flying career included six years with the Coast Guard, twenty years with Pan American World Airways and fifteen years with United Airlines. He flew numerous aircraft from SA-16 seaplanes to Boeing 747 jumbo jets.
George and his family have resided in Los Altos since 1970. Services will be private.
1956 - Donald R Kirk - (1/29/2008) - Free Lance-Star, The (Fredericksburg, VA) - Friday, February 1, 2008
Donald R. Kirk, 69, of Stafford County went to be with the Lord Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2008, after a short battle with cancer. Mr. Kirk passed away very peacefully at home surrounded by family and friends.
He is survived by his loving wife of 43 years, Shirley Kirk; his son, Donald R. Kirk Jr. and his wife, Reiko; his daughter, Tina Maria Kirk Crone; five grandchildren, John Martin Kirk, Serina Kirk and Chami Kirk, and Brittany Elizabeth Crone and Sean Eugene Crone. He also leaves behind his mother, Margaret Kirk; a twin brother, Ronald Kirk of Arlington; a brother and Sister-in-law, John and Dolly Kirk of Mississippi; one sister, Joan Barton and her husband, Bob, of South Carolina; one niece; and numerous nephews.
Mr. Kirk was an Army veteran. After his discharge, he was employed by the Department of Defense, retiring after 43 years of faithful service.
A funeral will be held at Mullins & Thompson Funeral Service, Stafford Chapel, on Saturday, Feb. 2, at 2 p.m., with a viewing beginning at noon.
Copyright, 2008, The Free Lance-Star
1956 - Charles Lanman - (5/10/2017) - Charles Frederic Lanman, Jr. of Milwaukee, died May 10, 2017, in the Aurora Zilber Family Hospice, following a short occurrence of pancreatic cancer. He was surrounded by his family and close friend. He was 78.
Charles was born, October 31, 1938, in New York City, New York, where his father was stationed as an FBI special agent. He moved with his family back to Arlington, VA and the DC Metropolitan area, the family's hometown, ten years later. Charles graduated from Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va, in 1956, and attended the University of Virginia, before graduating from the University of Chicago with a BA in English Language and Literature in 1960. He completed a BS in Computer Science at the University of the District of Columbia in1990, when he was awarded a certificate of excellence from the College of Physical Science, Engineering and Technology for obtaining the highest grade point average among the students in his field of study.
The first twenty-five years of his career were spent as a civil servant with the US Federal Government, the majority of these years spent as a Public Information Officer in the US Bureau of Mines, Department of Interior, where he wrote science publications, relating to the research and development of US mineral resources, and mining health and safety issues. He also fielded freedom of information inquiries and wrote speeches for senior staff members of the bureau and department. In the eighties, Charles began to work part time on a computer science degree, becoming a full time student in 1986, when the Federal Government began to down size the work of the bureau as the Department of Energy and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration were created.
From 1989 through his retirement in 2007, Charles worked for a number of software development firms providing advanced technology systems and services in support of national security and civil defense needs, including Logicon Corporation, SRA/Systems Research & Applications Corporation, and Titan Corporation. At EDS/Electronic Data Systems he helped to develop software for the US Immigration & Customs Service's new, post-9/11 electronic entry and exit programs.
Charles was an avid and devoted reader, not only of English literature but the study of literary criticism, and particularly the works of Canadian literary critic and literary theorist, Northrop Frye. He spent the most recent years of his retirement re-reading many of his favorite college texts and literature, especially Frye's, The Source: The Bible and Literature that looked at the Bible as not only a religious text but as the source of cultural and social criticism of western civilization. Charles loved poetry and recited poetry spontaneously throughout life when situations reminded him of a poetic reference, one of the reasons his wife married him! Charles loved The Scientific American magazine and was an avid reader of all things science, especially the origins of human and animal life, physics and astronomy, and quantum physics. The latter subject became a source of long and animated conversations between father and son, when Charles retired and moved to Milwaukee in 2007, with his wife. to live near their son and his family.
Charles also loved walking in nature, and studying plant life, birds, geology and geography, especially the glaciation of Wisconsin during the last Ice Age. Both his children and grandchildren enjoyed nature walks with him. Charles grew up spending a part of his summers at his Aunt Gertrude's cottage in Ocean City, Maryland, and loved bringing his children there as well. This summer, his grandchildren will become the third generation of Lanmans to love the ocean. Charles loved making up songs, dittys and limericks to the endless delight of his children and grandchildren. He was a terrific and spontaneous wit and shared this gift abundantly with all alike, even with hospital staff caring for him in the days before his death.
Charles was a Man of Science and Letters, a Renaissance Man, who although not religious or spiritual in a traditional sense, possessed a deep and abiding love and compassion for life and the people in it, not only his family and friends, but all people, especially those who have been persecuted or denied the basic necessities and rights of our life together. He was his wife's strongest and most steadfast supporter in her many years of work with the refugee resettlement and immigration ministries of the United Methodist Church, and of her work with the Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee. He volunteered alongside her in the various ministries of the local churches she served including feeding the homeless. He was a strong supporter of the work of the American Civil Liberties Union and of the Natural Resource Defense Council, and donations in his honor to these organizations would be greatly appreciated. He had an amazing integrity and honesty and sense of humility that made even his casual acquaintances remember him as "such a nice man," and as someone who took an authentic interest in the lives and interests of those he met.
Charles is survived by his wife, Rev. Deacon Nancy A. Lanman, daughter, April A. Lanman (Felix Bockemuehl), of Taisersdorf, Germany, son, Keith A. Lanman (Cynthia), of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, six grandchildren, Oliver Lanman-Bockemuehl, Simeon Lanman-Bockemuehl, Jonas Lanman-Bockemuehl, Noah Lanman-Bockemuehl, Evelyn M. Lanman and Olive P. Lanman, and cousin, Mary Anne Pusey, of Mt. Airy, Maryland. He is predeceased by his parents, Charles F. Lanman, Sr. and Edith M. (Pixton) Lanman of Washington, DC.
His family is planning two celebrations of his life, one the second week in June in Milwaukee and another, in the early fall, in the Washington, DC area, where he lived and worked for nearly fifty years. Times, dates and venues will be shared in the near future. Cremation services were provided by the Cremation Society of Milwaukee/Max A. Sass & Sons, Greenridge Chapel, 4747 S. 60th Street, Greenfield, WI 53220. Charles will be buried next to his father, in Glenwood Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
1956 - Nancy Lee Lewis Tillett - (11/5/2009) - TILLETT NANCY L. TILLETT (Age 71) On Thursday, November 5, 2009 of Springfield, VA; formerly of Arlington, VA. Beloved wife of the late Robert H. Tillett; loving mother of Suzanne Myers and her husband Richard, Robert P. Tillett and his wife Mary, and Patricia Boore and her husband Michael; grandmother of Kristine, Jennifer, Alexander, Robert H., Daniel, LeeAnn and Jordan. Also surviving is her brother Paul Lewis and her sister Margaret Angus. The family will be receiving friends at the MURPHY FUNERAL HOME of ARLINGTON, on Sunday, November 8, from 4 to 7 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Raymond of Penafort Catholic Church, 8750 Pohick Rd., Springfield, VA 22153 on Monday, November 9 at 11 a.m. Interment to follow at 1 p.m. at National Memorial Park. Contributions may be made to the Alzheimer"s Association, 10201 Lee Highway, Fairfax, VA 22030.
Published in The Washington Post on Nov. 7, 2009
1956 - Hallie Andrew Lightle - (1/9/2014)
1956 - John Theodore Linton - (9/27/2013) - July 29, 1938 - September 27, 2013, Buried: All Saints' Episcopal Church Avenue, Maryland
1956 - Catherine Garth Long - (9/27/2003)
1956 - Robert Lowe
1956 - Robert Lykke - - Died in May 1979
1956 - Bill Matthews
1956 - Henry Mayo - (1/25/2018) - On January 26, 2018 of Arlington, VA. Henry was the beloved father of Melanie A. Mayo-Rodgers (Ron Rodgers), Monica Mayo Condon (Mike), David Mayo (Ashley Kotania) and Ted Mayo (Ashley). Henry is also survived by seven grandchildren. Friends will be received for a visitation at Fairfax Memorial Funeral Home, 9902 Braddock Rd., Fairfax, VA on Thursday, February 1, 2018 from 6 to 8 p.m. A funeral service will be held at Gum Spring United Methodist Church, 191 Cross County Rd., Gum Spring, VA on Friday, February 2, 2018 at 1 p.m. Interment to follow at Gum Spring United Methodist Church Cemetery. Please view a complete obituary and an online guestbook at www.fmfh.com.
1956 - Lawrence Medlin - (10/2/2008) - Lawrence Linley "Cannonball" Medlin Jr. passed peacefully into eternal life Oct. 2, 2008, at his home after a long and valiant battle with cancer. He formerly owned King Dodge, Portsmouth with his father and brother and then moved on to own King Chevrolet in Smithfield. He finally retired from the new car business in the late 1970s and ran several apartment complexes in Portsmouth and Chesapeake until 2003 when he sold everything and retired to travel and enjoy life and his three grandchildren who were the apples of his eye. He loved God, life and his family and will be greatly missed. Survivors include his wife, Nancy J. Medlin; three daughters, Bonnie Whitehurst (David) of Chesapeake, Juli Wadsworth (Fred) of Columbia, S.C., and Linda Antezana (Victor) of Corapeake, N.C.; three grandchildren, Fred, Bonnie and Josie Wadsworth; mother, Beulah Hahn Medlin of Portsmouth; and two brothers, Timothy Medlin (Sonya) of Portsmouth and Roger Medlin (Mary Ann) of Chesapeake. A funeral will be at 11 a.m. Monday in West Park Church of Christ by Keith Lewis. Burial will be in Meadowbrook Memorial Gardens. The family will receive friends at Sturtevant Funeral Home, Portsmouth Blvd. Chapel, Sunday from 5 to 7 p.m. The family wishes to thank Dr. Burton Alexander and his staff at Virginia Oncology for eight years of wonderful care. A special thank you to Val and the people of Chesapeake Home Care Services for their loving attention to Larry in his last months. Val was one of God's ministering angels. www.SturtevantFuneralHome.com.
1956 - Margaret Miller - (8/13/1999)
1956 - David Mohrhardt - (12/18/2002)
1956 - Gail Narehood
1956 - Blenda G Neil Thompson - (4/28/2004)
1956 - Ben Noble - (4/12/2003) - On Saturday, April 12, 2003, BENJAMIN NOBLE of Falls Church, VA. Husband of Janis Elaine Noble; devoted father of Geraldine, Benjamin, Janis and Teresa Noble; companion of Von Hudson; son of Mary Louise Square Noble; loving brother of Michael Noble, Sonny Noble, Stephen Noble and Adrienne Armstrong. Also survived by six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Memorial services will be held at ARLINGTON FUNERAL HOME, 3901 N. Fairfax Dr., Arlington, VA on Friday, April 18, 2003 at 2 p.m. Interment private.
Published in The Washington Post from Apr. 14 to Apr. 15, 2003
1956 - Gary Parker - (1/19/2001)
1956 - Bruce Patterson
1956 - P Thomas "Tom" Perkins - (7/31/2017) - Tom was born on January 4, 1939 and passed away on Monday, July 31, 2017. Tom was a resident of Columbia, South Carolina at the time of passing. Raised in Arlington, VA, Tom and Sarah were in the first graduating class of Wakefield High School. He also served in the Army, doing his basic training at Fort Jackson in Columbia, SC.
Celebration of Life at the St. David's Episcopal Church at 2:00 PM on August 3, 2017.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. David's Cemetery Fund, the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation or the American Heart Association.
1956 - David Petter - (4/27/1991) - Buried Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria, VA - Plot Section 31, Lot 3, Site 3. Major US Army, Vietnam.
David Turnbull Petter, 53, a consultant to defense companies on research and development issues, died of cancer April 27 at his home in Alexandria. He went into consulting work five years ago, after 10 years with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, where he was executive assistant to the director. He also served as executive assistant to the director for tactical technology.
Mr. Petter was born in London and settled here when he was 13. He lived in Arlington and attended Wakefield High School. He had a bachelor's degree in commerce from the University of Virginia.
Mr. Petter was in the Army Signal Corps for 10 years, serving in Vietnam and West Germany, and retired in 1971 with the rank of major. He was an analyst of surveillance, target acquisition and night observation technologies for five years at the Army Combat Developments Command at Fort Belvoir.
Mr. Petter belonged to Sigma Chi social fraternity and the St. Andrews Society in Washington.
Survivors include his wife, Carolyn Kaley Petter of Alexandria; two daughters, Victoria Petter Lathon of Alexandria and Jennifer Petter of Santa Cruz, Calif.; a brother, Dr. John B. Petter of Worcester, Mass.; and one grandson.
1956 - Henry A. Pettit - (9/19/2016) Henry Pettit (78) (9/19/2016) Born - October 2, 1937 Sibley Hospital Washington DC, Death - September 19, 2016 Columbia, SC. He was the son of Elmer Morgan and Lottie Mae (Lane) Pettit. He was educated in Arlington County Schools (Patrick Henry Elementary, Thomas Jefferson Junior High and Wakefield High School. His best friend was Gary Blessington from the time he was 9 years old to Henry's death.
He made a difference in two industries, Emergency Medicine and Entertainment. He was a pioneer in the field of Emergency Medical Services (EMS). He wrote many of the training manuals and made improvements to ambulances and equipment. Many of his innovations are still being used today. Throughout his career he saved many lives, including his wife's in 2014.
In the early 1960's his father-in-law gave him a beginners magic book, which led to a lifelong hobby and career. He was past president of his chapter in the International Brotherhood of Magicians. He was the owner of The Columbia Magic Shop. He was a successful Magician, Actor, Mime, Set Designer, make - Up Artist, Special Effects Consultant and Technical Director. He toured throughout the New England States as a Mime, played a detective on the television series Crime To Court ( Police Training Series) and acted in several video productions. He estimated he had designed 500 theatrical sets as well as designed and built many magic illusions and props
Survivors are his wife Helen Huhn (Wakefield '56) who he had been married to for almost 60 years, daughter Laura (David), son Bill, granddaughter Rachel (Eddie) who he raised as a daughter and two great granddaughters Riley Sophia and Delilah Lee.
1956 - Robert F Phelps - (1/7/2012) - Robert F. Phelps, 73, of McLean, VA, beloved husband of Carol Ann Phelps, died January 7, 2012 after a valiant six year battle with cancer.
Bob was happy and friendly, with great integrity and a sharp sense of humor. A man who never spoke ill of anyone, his innate goodness enriched the lives of all who knew him.
Memorial Services will be held at Money and King Funeral Home, 171 W. Maple Ave., Vienna, VA on Monday, January 16, at 11 a.m. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The American Heart Association, P.O. Box 5216, Glen Allen, VA 23058 or The Humane Society of Fairfax County, 4057 Chain Bridge Rd., Fairfax, VA 22030.
Published in The Washington Post from Jan. 12 to Jan. 15, 2012
1956 - Stephie Porter
1956 - Chuck Purvis - (2/19/1996)
1956 - Donald Raymond
1956 - Gordon Rice - (11/3/2004) - Services will be 1:00 p.m. Saturday in Boxwell Brothers Funeral
Directors Ivy Chapel, 2800 Paramount Blvd., with John Love, pastor of Trinity Fellowship, officiating. Burial will be in Memory Gardens
Mr. Rice was born in Washington, D.C. He had been a resident of Amarillo since 1981. He had worked for Northwest Texas Hospital, Helium Corp., and the veterans hospital. He retired from Corporate Systems where he had been a programmer analyst. Mr. Rice was a veteran of the Air Force. He was a member of Trinity Fellowship Church and executive director for the Amarillo Bowling Association. Mr. Rice married Sue Mewborn on May 3, 1958, in Abilene.
Survivors include his wife; a son, Michael Rice and wife, Tino, of Amarillo; a daughter, Shelly Woodfield and husband, Bret, of Albuquerque, N.M.; his mother, Catherine Rice of Alexandria, Va.; his brother, Bill Rice and wife, Sandy, of Alexandria; and five grandchildren, Michaela Rice, Miranda Rice, David Rice, Megan Woodfield and Kelsey Woodfield; and two nephews, Jason Rice and Ryan Rice.
The family suggests memorials to BSA Hospice, P.O. Box 950, Amarillo, TX 79176; or Amarillo Bowling Association, 7411 Sleepy Hollow, Amarillo, TX 79121.
Amarillo Globe-News, Nov. 5, 2004
1956 - Boyd Frank Rohrback - (3/18/2017) - Of Charlottesville, VA, passed away on Saturday, March 18, 2017. Born on April 28, 1939, in Washington, DC, he was the son of the late Boyd Franklin Rohrback, Sr. and Eunice (Rice) Rohrback. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his son, Steven in 2005. Frank is survived by his wife, Rebecca; daughters, Laurie Rebecca Hodges and her husband, Paul and Michelle Rohrback Dela Rosa and her husband, Eric; grandchildren, Alyxis, Annie, Elle, Whitney, Madison and Eric Jr.; and brother, John Rohrback and his wife, Robin.
A committal service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 23, 2017 at National Funeral Home in Falls Church with Pastor Ed Few officiating. Interment will follow at National Memorial. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in Frank's name to American Cancer Society (www.donate3.cancer.org).
Published in The Washington Post on Mar. 22, 2017
1956 - Deborah Robinson Waters - (8/30/1993)
1956 - Carol Ann Smith Phelps - (11/11/2012) - Carol Ann Phelps, 74, who retired in 1986 as a first grade teacher at Bailey's Elementary School in Falls Church, VA, died on November 11, 2012 in her home in McLean. Mrs. Phelps taught more than 25 years at the same school. She was born in Washington DC, was a 1956 graduate of Wakefield High School, and received a degree from American University in 1960.
She was the daughter of the late Ken and Ann Smith, and was married to Robert F. Phelps, who passed away in January 2012. She was an extremely happy person who loved and adored children, animals, her family and many friends, plus traveling. Her travels took her to Hawaii, and often to New England, where she spent much of her childhood, as well as Florida where she enjoyed many vacations with her parents, friends, and her husband, Bob.
She is survived by several cousins. A memorial service was held on January 28, 2013. Memorial contributions would be appreciated to any Humane Society or the Alzheimer's Association National Capital Area Chapter, 3701 Pender Dr., Suite 400, Fairfax, VA 22030.
Published in The Washington Post Jan. 20 to Jan. 23, 2013
1956 - Ritchie M Spencer - (5/7/2006)
1956 - Richard L Stamp - (5/6/2003) - Richard Lawrence Stamp a retired insurance claims adjuster for Geico Insurance Co. died May 6 2003. He was 65.
Survivors include a daughter Marjorie Preston of Coalton Ohio; a son John Trace of Jacksonville Fla.; and three grandchildren.
Services will be private. Guardian Cremation & Funeral Services
Copyright (c) 2003 Corpus Christi Caller-Times
1956 - Ray Stoneburner - (6/30/2012) - Raymond (Ray) "Stoney" Stoneburner, 74, died Saturday, June 30, 2012. Ray, known to most as Stoney was born in Oxnard, California in 1939 to Raymond and Hazel Stoneburner. Stoney was a 48 year resident of Santa Barbara County, spending most of his life in the town of Santa Maria, California. In his younger years, Stoney loved to camp, fish, hunt and ride motorcycles. Following high school, Stoney provided for his family by working as a truck driver for 35 years. For the last 20 years, you could usually find Stoney at a casino. He loved the slot machines! And, on occasion, they loved him back. Stoney was a man with a tough exterior and a huge heart. If you ever needed anything, Stoney was there. "He would give you the shirt off his back." His friends and family will always remember his mischievous crooked grin and chuckling laugh. Stoney was preceded in death by his first wife, Joyce Simas Stoneburner. Stoney is survived by many loved ones. His three children: son Mark Stoneburner and wife Brook; son Danny Stoneburner; daughter Tammy and husband Johnnie Escarzaga. His current wife, Donna Stoneburner and two step sons: Mike Boss and wife Julie, and Larry Boss and wife Laura. Seven grandchildren: DJ, Tawni, Wyatt, Johnnie Jr., Ashlie, Brittanie and Christina; four great grandchildren: Rusty, Naveah, Joseph and Eva, and his brother Ralph Stoneburner, wife Amy, and nieces and nephews. A graveside service will be held on Friday, July 6 at 10:00 a.m. at the Santa Maria Cemetery, followed by a reception at the Eagles Club. It has been said by many that Stoney had “nine lives.” He beat the odds of mortality on more than one occasion during his lifetime. He truly felt that it was the strength of friendships and prayers that often got him through the toughest of times in his life. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to The American Cancer Society. The Stoneburner family would like to express their appreciation and gratitude to all for the outpouring of love and care they have received. And in the words of Stoney, “Life goes on.” Arrangements are under the direction of Dudley-Hoffman Mortuary, Crematory and Memory Gardens.
1956 - Betty Stout Mallett - (12/20/2010) - Betty Lou Mallett, 72, a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, passed away Monday, Dec. 20, 2010. Funeral: 1:30 p.m. Thursday at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 2024 S. Collins, Arlington. Interment: Emerald Hills Memorial Park. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Emerald Hills Funeral Home. Betty was preceded in death by her husband, Reginald Mallett. Survivors: Son, Danny Pruitt; daughters, Terri Williams and Penny Pruitt; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Published in Star-Telegram on December 22, 2010
Burial: Emerald Hills Memorial Park, Kennedale, TX
1956 - Lourene Stringfellow Roberts - (6/13/1995) - Asheboro - Lourene "Rene" Stringfellow Roberts, 56, of 918 Kildare Road died June 13, 1995. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Thursday at First Baptist Church, with visitation 7-9 p.m. tonight at Ridge Funeral Home and other times at the residence.
Greensboro News & Record (NC) - Wednesday, June 14, 1995
1956 - Carolyn Sykes Allen
1956 - Albert Clark Tate - (8/9/1983) - Buried in Union Cemetery, Brewton, Alabama
1956 - C Gordon Thomas – (9/5/2010)
1956 - Peg Thompson Herrick
1956 - Robert Tillit - - Died January 1985
1956 - Wilson Tucker
1956 - Ralph Walker
1956 - Rod D Wenger - (1/7/1998)
1956 - James Leon White - MR. JAMES LEON WHITE - 12/22/2003 - Mr. James Leon White, 66, of 5205 Lord
Tennyson Road, Wilmington, died Monday, December 22, 2003, at New
Hanover Regional Medical Center. Mr. White was born June 25, 1937, in
Harrellsville, NC, the son of the late James L. and Mary Louise Jones
White. He was a member of the Pine Valley United Methodist Church and
was a retired Insurance Representative. Survivors include his wife,
Diane Davis White of the home; a sister, Mary Francis Greer of West
End, NC, and her daughter, Kelly Greer, of Germantown, MD. A memorial
service will be held at 11:00 a.m. Friday, December 26, 2003, in the
Coble Ward-Smith Funeral Service, Oleander Chapel, by the Reverend
Rachel Connolly. The family will receive friends at the funeral home
prior to the service. For those desiring, memorials may be made to the
American Lung Association, PO Box 40236, Fayetteville, NC 28309 or to
the American Diabetes Association, Carolina Affiliate, Rocky Mount, NC
A service of Coble Ward-Smith Funeral and Cremation Services, Oleander Drive
1956 - Barnett Wirin - (9/18/1960) - On Sunday, September 18, 1960, at Ithaca, NY, Barnett O. Wirin of 412 South Garfield St., Arlington, VA, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wirin, brother of Roger Wirin, all of Arlington, and Mrs. James A. Farrier of California; grandson of Mrs. Minnie G. Pruitt.
From The Washington Post and Times Herald, 20 Sep 1960.
Burial: Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington, VA - Plot: Section P
1956 - John O Wise - (7/19/2003)
1956 - Steve Yane - (12/19/2008)
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1957 - Frances Jayne Acker Seawell - (1/15/1997) - Frances Jayne Seawell, 57, died Jan. 26, 1997. Mrs. Seawell was born in Annapolis, Md., and was a homemaker.
Survivors include two daughters, Laura L. Seawell of Phoenix and Louise Seawell-Sawyer of Richmond; mother, Virginia M. Aker of Phoenix; sisters, Judith Bloyer and Ann Acker; and a grandchild, Alexander Seawell.
A funeral will be conducted at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Green Acres Mortuary, Scottsdale, Ariz.
Virginian-Pilot, The (Norfolk, VA) - Monday, January 27, 1997
1957 - Glen Adams - (2/21/2015) - Glen Phillip "Big Daddy" Adams, Sr., 74, of Sneads Ferry, passed away Saturday, February 21, 2015 at Lower Cape Fear Hospice & LifeCareCenter.
Born on March 12, 1940 in Washington, DC, he was a son of the late Charles Porter and Mary Louise Siler Adams. He was a member of North Topsail Shores Baptist Church and North Shore Country Club. Glen loved people and never met a stranger.
Surviving, are his wife, Catherine A. Adams of the home; two sons, John Russell Adams of Springfield, VA, Scott Lewis Racer of Bellmore, NY; two daughters, Christina Louise Demory of Wilmington, NC, Felicia Carrie Hughes of Thornton, CO; a brother, Charles Porter Adams, Jr. of Ronan, MT; a sister, Carol Jean Calvert of The Villages, FL; ten grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by a son, Glen Phillip Adams, Jr.
The family will receive friends Friday, February 27, 2015 from 10 am until 11 am at North Topsail Shores Baptist Church with a memorial service to begin at 11 am with Reverend Dwayne Collins officiating.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Caring House; 2625 Pickett Road, Durham, NC 27705
Jacksonville Daily news Feb 23 2015
1957 - Alma Altizer Heiser - (10/4/1995)
1957 - Barbara Bonzano Gup
1957 - Lanny Breckenridge
1957 - Paul M. Byrne - 7/25/1999 - SPRINGFIELD, Va. - Paul M.
Byrne, 59, of 6113 Frontier Drive, died Sunday, July 25, 1999, at 4276
Warm Spring Road, Greencastle, Pa., the home of his mother where he had
been visiting. Born Oct. 15, 1939, in Washington, D.C., he was the son
of Mary A. Hurdle Byrne and the late Charles J. Byrne. He was a 1957
graduate of Wakefield High School, Arlington, Va. He retired in 1995
from National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Md., as a scientific
instrument maker, after 16 years of service. He received numerous
awards for instrument design. He had been previously employed by St.
Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington, D.C. He was a member of Chambersburg
Club, Chambersburg, American Legion, Bethesda, and American Field
Trials Club. In addition to his mother, he is survived by one son,
Kevin M. Byrne of Springfield, Va.; two sisters, Barbara A. Wells of
Marion, Pa., and Mary A. Wilson of Trappe, Md.; three brothers, Charles
J. Byrne III of Gaithersburg, Md., Stephen M. Byrne of Shippensburg,
Pa., and David A. Byrne of Waynesboro, Pa.; and a number of nieces and
nephews. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 6 p.m. at Thomas L.
Geisel Funeral Home, 333 Falling Spring Road, Chambersburg. The
Monsignor Thomas R. Brenner will officiate. Burial will be private. The
family will receive friends Wednesday from 4 to 6 p.m. at the funeral
Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of one's choice.
Herald-Mail, The (Hagerstown, MD) - Tuesday, July 27, 1999
1957 - Lamar Burton ( 11/10/2015) - Burton , Lamar Lyon, Jr., - beloved husband, father, and grandfather, died peacefully at home Tuesday, November 10, 2015 with his loving family by his side. He was 76 years old. Lamar was a member of Hurstbourne Christian Church, and Catholic Church of the Epiphany. He was a founding member of The American Association of Interchurch Families (AAIF). Lamar was the son of Lamar and Elizabeth (Williams) Burton. Born in Washington DC on April 5, 1939, he was raised in Northern Virginia. After graduating from the University of Virginia, School of Commerce, Lamar entered the United States Air Force as an officer. He married his wife Diane Kaiser while stationed at Mather Air Force Base, B52 Navigator Training School in Sacramento, CA. He was honorably discharged from the USAF in 1967 while at Homestead Air Force Base, having fulfilled his commitment to his country. He subsequently worked for Honeywell, American Air Filter, Walker Bag Co., and then operated his own business, Systems Plus Inc., with his wife Diane, for 35 years. After his retirement, he found his dream job working as a Guest Service Representative at historic Churchill Downs. Lamar is survived by his devoted wife of 51 years, Diane, brother Stephen Burton, his son Jeffrey Lamar Burton (Karen), his daughter Jennifer Burton Birch (Alex), and his five adoring grandchildren, Ellie, Ben, and Annie Burton, Satchel and Talula Birch. Visitation will be held Monday, Nov 16 from 2-8pm, and Tuesday, Nov 17 from 10am-12pm at Hurstbourne Christian Church, 601 Nottingham Pkwy. Funeral service will be held Tuesday, Nov 17 at 12pm at Hurstbourne Christian Church, 601 Nottingham Pkwy. Private burial to follow. Memorial donations may be made to: Disabled American Vets, 321 W. Main St, Rm 322, Louisville, Ky 40202 www.dav.org or Kentucky Race Track Chaplaincy, PO Box 324, Simpsonville, Ky 40067
Published in The Courier-Journal from Nov. 14 to Nov. 16, 2015
1957 - Jacqueline Marie Colangelo - March 29, 2004 - Jacqueline Marie Colangelo 64 of Springfield, Va., died March 29, 2004 in Virginia Beach. Mrs. Colangelo was born in Washington, DC, the daughter of the late John Marchant and Esther Marmon Marchant. She retired from the Fairfax County school system with 25 years of service as a secretary at Garfield Elementary School. Survivors include her husband of 43 years, James Colangelo of Springfield, Va; a daughter, Theresa Vest of Virginia Beach, two sons, Domenic Colangelo of Fairfax, Va, John Colangelo of Falls Church, Va., two sisters, Helaire Webster of Manteo, NC, Roberta Jennings of Jupiter, FL, and four grandchildren, Jamie Vest, Casey Vest and Justin Vest, all of Virginia Beach, and Isabella Colangelo of Falls Church, VA. A funeral service will be conducted on Thursday, April 22, 2004, at Fort Myer Chapel with burial to follow in Arlington National Cemetery.
Published in the Washington Post on 3/31/2004
1957 - John W. Collins - 9/15/2006 - John Walton Collins, 67,
a resident at Avante at Harrisonburg, died Friday, Sept. 15, 2006, at
Avante. Mr. Collins was born March 1, 1939, in New Jersey, and was the
son of the late John W. Collins Sr. and Corinne Shaw Collins. He
received a bachelor's degree from American University and was a veteran
of the Navy. He was a computer programmer before retiring. His only
survivors are cousins. The funeral and burial will be private.
Arrangements are by Kyger Funeral Home & Crematory in Harrisonburg.
Daily News-Record (Harrisonburg, VA) - Tuesday, September 19, 2006
1957 - Carole J Cooke - (4/3/2004) - Carole J. Anderson, 65, a resident of Arnold for more than 40 years, died of lung cancer April 3 at Anne Arundel Medical Center after a brief illness. Mrs. Anderson was born Jan. 30, 1939, in Arlington, Va., and had retired from the National Security Agency. She was a member of Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church in Severna Park, and enjoyed genealogy, reading, gardening, birds, cooking and spending time with friends.
She was divorced in 1986 from William C. Anderson of Annapolis. Surviving are one son, Philip Anderson, and one daughter, Cynthia M. Anderson, both of Morgantown, W.Va. She was the daughter of the late Andrew and Myrtle Gray. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow at Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church, 611 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd., Severna Park. Donations may be made to the SPCA of Anne Arundel County, 1815 Bay Ridge Road, Annapolis, MD 21403.
Copyright, 2004, Capital-Gazette Newspapers
1957 - Charles Cox - (4/2/2013) - Charles Shepherd Cox, Jr., 73, passed away on April 2, 2013, at Alexandria Hospital. He is survived by his beloved wife of 34 years, Susan Berkow of Alexandria and his brother William Cox of Arlington. Also surviving are his sisters-in-law Racine Berkow of New York City and Libby Cox of Arlington and niece Cheryl Cox and nephew Jeroen van Poorigen. The family will receive guests at Demaine Funeral Home, 520 S. Washington St., Alexandria, VA on Sunday, April 7 from 5 to 7 p.m. A memorial service will be held at Arlington Forest Methodist Church on Monday, April 8 at
10 a.m., followed by a reception. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Lawyers Helping Lawyers, 600 E. Main St., Suite 2035, Richmond, VA 23219.
Published in The Washington Post on Apr. 5, 2013
1957 - Sherman B Embrey - (7/14/2013) - Sherman G. Embrey Jr., 75, of Locust Grove, Va., died Sunday, July 14, 2013, at CarolinaEast Medical Center in New Bern.
His memorial service will be in Virginia.
Mr. Embrey was a cartographer for the Defense Mapping Agency for 40 years. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather. He was a brother of Cherrydale Masonic Lodge in Virginia, and he played Santa Claus for more than 30 years in the greater Washington area.
He was survived by his spouse, Jeanette Embrey; three sons, Myles Embrey, D. Richard Embrey and wife Mary Lou and Christopher Embrey, all of Virginia; five grandchildren, Brandon, Taylor, Austin, Phoenix and Gryphon; sister, Sheila Mae Martin; six nephews, Mark, Troy, Nick, Anthony, Michael and Matthew; and niece, Michelle.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Sherman G. and Grace M. Favill and grandson, Ryan Conner.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Heart Association, P.O. Box 5216, Glen Allen, Va. 23058-5216.
Arrangements are by Munden Funeral Home and Crematory Inc. of Morehead City. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.mundenfuneralhome.net.
1957 - Robert W Gideon - (11/1/2016) - ROBERT W GIDEON (Age 79) - Of N. Chesterfield, VA, went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, November 1, 2016. He is survived by his beloved wife of 59 years, Lefa G. Gideon; daughter, L. Michon Gideon-Bracey; son-in-law, Mitchell Lee Bracey; granddaughter, Anna G. Griswold; cousin, Dr. James Gideon; sister-in-law, Donna Gideon; nephew, Michael William Gideon; niece, Kristine Carroll. Robert was a U.S. Coast Guard veteran, a retired Lieutenant with the Fairfax County Police Department, a Ship Captain with the merchant marines and a former U.S. Federal Marshall. A tribute to honor his life will be held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, November 13, 2016 at Morrissett Funeral and Cremation Service, 6500 Iron Bridge Rd., N. Chesterfield, VA with a reception to follow. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that memorial contributions be made to Fairfax County Police Association, 5625 Revercomb Ct., Fairfax, VA 22030-5803.
1957 - Joan Faria Jennings - (12/5/2003)
1957 - Marallyn Gard Beatty - 8/16/2015 - Of Brookeville, MD passed away on August 16, 2015. Daughter of the late John and Elva Gard. Survived by her husband, Samuel B. Beatty; as well as two sons, Bradford Beatty of Brookeville, MD and Jeffrey Beatty (My Lizzy) of Germantown, MD. Also survived by a grandson, Robert Beatty and three sisters, Nancy Custis (Irving) of Fort Washington, MD, Julia Gard Zuzick of New Jersey and Patricia Sager Dean of Virginia. Relatives and friends may visit on Monday, August 24, 2015 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Roy W. Barber Funeral Home, 21525 Laytonsville Rd., Laytonsville, MD 20882. A memorial service will be held on Tuesday, August 25, 2015 at 11 a.m. at Oakdale Emory United Methodsit Church,3425 Emory Church Rd., Olney, MD 20832. Donations may be made to the Stephen Ministry C/O Oakdale Emory UMC or to the American Cancer Society , www.cancer.org.
1957 - Larry Emery Gates - (12/1/1999)
1957 - Annette Heiser Ficker - (7/31/2009) - Frances Annette Ficker, 70, a pediatrician in the Washington area for more than 40 years, died of cancer July 31 at Casey House in Rockville, the acute-care facility of Montgomery Hospice. She lived in Potomac.
Dr. Ficker joined the order of the Medical Mission Sisters in 1958 and received her bachelor's degree from Trinity University Washington in 1965. While in medical school at St. Louis University School of Medicine, she served a six-month fellowship in India in 1968. She received her medical degree and left the Medical Mission Sisters in 1969.
In 1970, she joined Children's National Medical Center, where she served for more than 25 years. She also worked at the Hospital for Sick Children and the Greater Baden Medical Clinic in Upper Marlboro and served as an adjunct professor at George Washington University.
She was born Frances Annette Heiser in Tryon, N.C. Because her father was an Army officer, she lived in several places while growing up. She graduated from Wakefield High School in Arlington County in 1957.
Dr. Ficker was an active member of Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church in Potomac, where she sang in the choir and served as a Eucharistic minister. She and her family went to the summer Olympics in Los Angeles, Seoul and Barcelona. She also accompanied her daughter to triathlon races throughout the United States, including Hawaii, where her daughter finished second in an Iron Man Triathlon against 2,000 competitors.
She was an avid gardener and enjoyed baking peach pies using peaches from her son's fruit and vegetable stand.
Her marriage to Robin Ficker ended in divorce. Survivors include three children, Desiree Ficker of Austin and Rob Ficker and Flynn Ficker, both of Potomac; a brother; and a sister.
1957 - George K Keyt - (5/15/1990) - Died in 1990. Burial at Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, Ohio
1957 - Edward V. Longyear (11/24/2017) - Ocean Isle, NC - Edward Valentine Longyear, 79, died peacefully Friday November 24, 2017 at the Hospice House of Brunswick in Bolivia, NC following a brief illness.
He leaves his wife of 52 years, Lourdes (Figueroa) Longyear; his son, George Edward and wife Julie; daughter Mary Isabel (Barrett) and husband Danny; and 7 grandchildren: Marissa Michelle, Kristina Nicole and Gabriela Marie (Mia) Longyear; Rachel Anne, Ryan Edward, Isabel Elise and Jackson Thomas (Jack) Barrett.
Born in Washington DC and raised in Arlington, VA, he was the only son of Edward Baylis and Mary Valentine Longyear.
Mr. Longyear graduated from Wakefield High School in Arlington VA in 1957 and attended the University of Maryland. He went on to serve in the United States Army as a Missile Specialist. After leaving the Army, he began his career with the Riggs National Bank in Washington DC where he met the love of his life, Lourdes. Married in 1965 in Falls Church, Ed and Lou went on to raise their two children in his childhood home in Arlington. Upon retiring from Riggs National Bank, Ed and Lou moved to Holden Beach and then to Ocean Isle Beach in North Carolina.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in Ed's name to SECU Hospice House of Brunswick, NC. A visitation will be held at Murphy's Funeral Home, 1102 West Broad St. in Falls Church, VA, December 4, 2017 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. A funeral Mass will be held December 5, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. at Saint James Catholic Church in Falls Church, VA.
1957 - Richard Allan "Dick" Mason - (8/20/1992)
1957 - William James McDonough - (7/30/2002) - WILLIAM JAMES McDONOUGH, age 63, of Leesburg, VA died Tuesday, July 30, 2002 at his home after a long battle with cancer.
He was the owner and operator of the Loudoun Funeral Chapels in both Leesburg and Lovettsville, VA. He was born February 12, 1939 in Brooklyn, NY, the son of the late Joseph J. and Kathryn P. McDonough. He attended Arlington County Public Schools, received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1961 from Roanoke College, Salem, VA in Economics and Business Administration and later a graduate of Lewisville School of Mortuary Science, Lewisville, Kentucky, "Magna Cum Laude". Bill's life in funeral service began in 1956, on a part-time basis, with Robert J. Murphy Funeral Homes, Arlington, VA. In 1964 he joined Murphy's full-time, and in 1974 became the General Manager of both locations, Arlington and Falls Church. Through encouragement from his wife Shirley, wanting to return home to Leesburg plans were set to open his own funeral establishment. On June 1, 1977 ground was broken for the Loudoun Funeral Chapel.
In August of 1980 Brown Funeral Home selected Loudoun Funeral Chapel to succeed it in its long tradition of funeral service to the community. Since April 30, 1978 the day of dedication, Mr. McDonough and his family have been caring for families in their time of need. He was a member of the National Funeral Directors Association, the Virginia Funeral Directors Association, the Northern Virginia Funeral Directors Association, the Independent Funeral Homes of Virginia, the Leesburg United Methodist Church, the local Masonic Lodge, the Shriners, and the Lions Club.
Survivors include his loving wife of 31 years, Shirley Potterfield McDonough, of Leesburg, VA, five children: Kathryn Elizabeth Webb, of Leesburg, VA, William J. McDonough II, of Asburn, VA, Mark J. McDonough, of Leesburg, VA, Dianna Jan Simmons, of Bluemont, VA, and Theresa Louise Bucci, of Stafford, VA, ten grandchildren including: Matthew, Megan and Morgan Webb, two aunts, Ethel S. Baker, of Falls Church and Alice Pollits, of Dunkirk, MD, also many other family and friends.
Friends may call from 4-9 PM, Friday, August 2, 2002 at Loudoun Funeral Chapel, 158 Catoctin Circle, Leesburg, VA with Masonic services at 7 PM. Funeral services will be held 1:00 PM, Saturday, August 3, 2002 at the Leesburg Baptist Church, 835 Lee Ave., S.W., Leesburg, VA with Rev. James Ward officiating. Interment will follow in Union Cemetery, Leesburg, VA.
Expressions of sympathy may take the form of contributions to the Dominion Academy, 835 Lee Ave., Leesburg, VA 20175 or to the Home Health Care Hospice, 8245 Boone Blvd., Suite 403, Vienna, VA 22182 or to the American Cancer Society, P.O., Box 699, Vienna, VA 22183-0699 in memory of William James McDonough.
Condolences may be sent to www.pricefh.com
1957 - Robert McVean - (8/15/2002) - On Thursday, August 15,2002, ROBERT M. McVEAN, JR, of Chantilly, VA. Loving husband of Linda L. McVean. He was preceded in death by his parents, Robert M., Sr. and Helena McVean, and a brother, J. Michael McVean. He is survived by his granddaughters, Stephanie Peters and Shana Wilson; a daughter, Kelly Jeffries of West Ossipee, NH; step-daughters, Sherri Peters of Chantilly, Karen Wilkins of Madison Heights, VA and Sandy Pappadoulis of Baltimore, MD; six other grandchildren; a sister, Margaret Ann Cleveland of Fenwick Island, DE; brothers, Thomas McVean of Naples, FL and Donald McVean of Augusta, GA and numerous nieces and nephews. Friends may call at MURPHY FUNERAL HOME OF ARLINGTON, 4510 Wilson Blvd., 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, August 20, where funeral services will be held on Wednesday, August 21 at 11 a.m. Graveside services will be held at Arlington National Cemetery on Wednesday, September 4, at 2 p.m. Please assemble at the administration building at 1:30 p.m. The family requests contributions can be made to Hospice of Northern Virginia, 9300 Lee Hwy., Suite 500, Fairfax, VA 22031- 1207.
Published in The Washington Postfrom Aug. 18 to Aug. 19,2002
1957 - Henry Douglas Miller - (9/5/2009)
1957 - Burke Mucho - (3/21/2017) - March 21, 1939 - March 27, 2017 - Edward "Burke" Mucho passed away March 27th, in a Los Angeles hospital, after a vailant 2-week battle to defeat a dangerous bacterial infection. Burke was born on March 21, 1939 in Rock Springs, WY, to Edward and Josephine Mucho. As a military "brat," Burke grew up living across the US. He graduated from Chateauroux High School, an American school, in France.
Upon graduation, Burke received his appointment to the United States Military Academy. He graduated from West Point in June of 1961 and began pilot training at Reese AFB in Lubbock, TX. Burke began his 17-year marriage to Valerie Jo Harris in 1962, during which time their two sons were born. In July of 1969, Burke began his tour of duty in Vietnam. After his return, he was stationed across the US and was selected for promotion to Colonel, but chose to retire after 21 years of military service.
At this time, he began his civilian career. Burke worked for Hughes Aircraft Company and then Northrup Grumman. His accomplishments were many, but he was most proud of his combat missions in Vietnam, his work on the GPS System at Hughes, and the B-2 Program at Northrup Grumman. In 2003, he went into full retirement and began traveling extensively with his partner of 22 years, Sandy.
He was a devoted grandfather and loved to cook for family and friends. In addition, Burke was an accomplished pianist, and even played at the Paris Conservatory while living in France. He loved to ski and spent time with the Single Ski Club. Burke is survived by his devoted partner, Sandy; his two sons, their wives and four grandchildren; his brother and his wife; his sister; and his 2 nieces and 2 nephews. Funeral services will be on Thursday, April 6 at 11:00 AM, at St. Jerome Catholic Church, 5550 Thornburn Street (at La Tijera Blvd.), Los Angeles, CA 90045. Interment will be at 11:00 AM on April 13, 2017 at Riverside National Cemetery, 22495 Van Buren Blvd., Riverside, CA 92518. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations in Burke's memory be sent to St. Jerome Parish Community, 5550 Thornburn Street, Los Angeles, CA 90045.
Published in the Los Angeles Times on Apr. 6, 2017
1957 - Judy Nagle Hancock - (4/12/2008)
1957 - Anne Nickerson Coates - (6/25/1996)
1957 - Beverly Norwood
1957 - Robert G Omohundro - - Died March, 1996
1957 - Nancy E "Pete" Peterson Smith
1957 - Homer E Pinkard - (4/2/2001) - H. E. Pinkard Jr.
Accountant - Homer E. Pinkard Jr., 61, of Marshall died April 2 at the
University of Maryland, Greenbaum Cancer Center in Baltimore, Md. Mr.
Pinkard was a self-employed accountant in Northern Virginia for 30
years and in Warrenton for seven years. He is survived by his mother,
Helen T. Pinkard of Bealeton; his wife, Darlene W. Pinkard; two sons,
Greg Pinkard of Richmond and Tim Pinkard of Annandale; and two
A sister, Jane Campbell of Arlington, also survives. The family will receive friends on Friday, April 6, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at Moser Funeral Home, where funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 7.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to either the Alliance Bible Church, P.O. Box 1026, Culpeper, Va. 22701; or to the University of Maryland, Greenbaum Cancer Center, BMT Fund, N.9 E-12, 22 South Green St., Baltimore, Md. 21201.
1957 - Donald Theodore Post - (9/1/2004) - Donald Theodore
Post of Odenton died of cancer Sept. 1 at Anne Arundel Medical Center.
He was 65.
Born April 25, 1939, in Washington, D.C., he lived in Odenton for more than 33 years. He held a degree in psychology from Randolph Macon College in Ashland, Va.
Mr. Post was retired from the National Security Agency, where he worked for more than 20 years.
He enjoyed fishing, traveling and watching television.
He was preceded in death by one brother, Thomas Post.
Survivors include his wife, Mary Moss Post, whom he married Jan. 28, 1961; one son, Wayne Post of Burke, Va.; one daughter Cathie Haas of Gambrills; one brother, Jim Post of Washington, D.C.; and three grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held at a later date. Arrangements are by Hardesty Funeral Home.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 1041 Route 3 N., Gambrills, MD 21054, or the Odenton Volunteer Fire Company, 1425 Annapolis Road Odenton, MD 21113.
Copyright, 2004, Capital-Gazette Newspapers
1957 - Suzie Price Sherburne - (5/26/20111) - DEERFIELD - Suzanne "Suzie" (Price) Sherburne, 72, died Thursday, May 26, 2011, at the family home in Deerfield after living gracefully and courageously with cancer for six years.
Suzie was born in Hampton, Va., May 19, 1939, to Harry and Vivian (Richardson) Price. She was a graduate of Wakefield High School, Class of 1957, Arlington, Va. From 1957 to 1963, Suzie worked as a secretary at the Pentagon, where she met and became engaged to Lieutenant Col. John (Jack) L. Sherburne. After marrying in 1962, they spent their early years together stationed in Virginia, Alabama, and Brazil. After moving to Deerfield in 1970, Suzie became active in town activities and began volunteering for the Fire Department auxiliary, worked at the town voting polls, and other organizations. In between all of these volunteer activities, Suzie and her mother Vivian managed much of the livestock on the farm, taking great joy in the birth of the baby lambs. For ten years she worked as the Deerfield Community School Coordinator, energetically bringing together volunteers and students for educational and recreational endeavors. She was a founding member of the Forum of Citizens Uniting the School (FOCUS) and was integral to the startup of The Communicator, a monthly newsletter for school and town matters. In 1996, FOCUS inaugurated the Sherburne Award, given the first year to Suzie and presented annually thereafter to Deerfield residents who contribute significantly to the life of the town and inspire others to be community minded. In 1987 until 2000 she worked at the local branch of the U.S. Postal Service, where her warmth and friendliness proved to be an asset.
Suzie was a beloved member of Deerfield Community Church, which she joined in 1971. For many years, she was the prayer chain liaison and Called-to-Care outreach coordinator. She also served as a deacon, church school teacher, fair booth committee member, Ladies Aid auxiliary, and sang in the choir. Suzie was on the church staff as administrative assistant from 2002 to 2005.
Suzie's caring nature, genuine interest in people, and love of church and community combined to make her an important hub of the town. Lightheartedly, many called her the "Queen of Deerfield." Even during the course of cancer treatments, she always found time and energy to inquire about others and to extend her own kindness and concern. An excellent cook, a recreational walker, and a woman with deep appreciation of nature, she treasured her family and was a wonderful friend.
Suzie is survived by her husband Jack Sherburne of Deerfield; sons John Scott and Thomas Sherburne; daughter Jennifer Sherburne and her husband Matthew Keegan; stepson Mark Sherburne and his wife Amy; and grandchildren Alissa, Sarah, Trevor, Eliza, Henry, and Vivian. She is also survived by her sister Martha Solomon; brother Harry Price and his wife Alice; and her brother-in-law Jim Willcock.
A service will be held Saturday, June 11 at 9 a.m., in the sanctuary of Deerfield Community Church, UCC in Deefield, 15 Church Street (formerly 11 Old Center Road), with the Rev. Carol Meredith officiating. A reception will immediately follow in the parish hall.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Deerfield Community Church, P.O. Box 420, Deerfield, NH 03037.
Published in The Concord Monitor on June 8, 2011- See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/concordmonitor/obituary.aspx?pid=151656978#sthash.CK7FfBOV.dpuf
1957 - Marilyn Lewis Renfield - (9/7/2013) - Marilyn Lewis Renfield, a lifelong resident of this area who practiced and taught medicine for more than fifty years, died September 7, 2013 in Farmington, Conn. At age 73. The causes of death were kidney failure and auto-immune disease, her husband, Marc J. Rosenblum said. Dr. Renfield was the only female graduating from Duke University in 1961 with a major in pre-medical subjects, and one of only two women admitted to the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine that Fall in a class of 124. Ignoring the animosity and snubs of her fellow male students, she successfully completed her first two years at Penn before moving back to Washington when her first husband found work here. Finishing her medical studies at George Washington University School of Medicine in 1965, Marilyn Renfield graduated with distinction and was ranked first in the class based on her grade point average. After completing medical residencies and fellowships at Children's Hospital National Medical Center and Georgetown University Medical Center, she served as the Director of Nurseries and ran the neonatal intensive care unit at George Washington University Hospital. Her subsequent private medical practice covered pediatrics and, after further training, psychiatry. Until Dr. Renfield lost the sight of one eye in a 2012 accidental fall and retired, she practiced in Falls Church and McLean, Va., most recently as a pediatrician and psychiatrist with Virginia Pediatric Group in Fairfax, Va. Additionally, from 2007 until her disabling accident in 2012, she also was an Adjunct Clinical Professor of Medicine at George Washington University School of Medicine, introducing the next generation of students to the practice of psychiatry. She is survived by her husband of 18 years, Dr. Marc J. Rosenblum of McLean, and a son, Richard Jonathan Renfield of Falls Church. Her daughter, Michelle Lisa Renfield, died in 2010. Dr. Renfield was an active member of Temple Rodef Shalom, Falls Church.She is survived by her husband of 18 years, Dr. Marc J. Rosenblum of McLean, and a son, Richard Jonathan Renfield of Falls Church. Her daughter, Michelle Lisa Renfield, died in 2010. Dr. Renfield was an active member of Temple Rodef Shalom, Falls Church.
1957 - Alfred L Riley - (7/23/1994) - Died 1994. Buried National Memorial Park, Falls Church VA Plot M-292-4
1957 - Nancy C Seay Adams
1957 - William "Bill" Shenk - (5/26/1993) - Buried East Harrisburg Cemetery, Harrisburg, PA section 40
1957 - Anita Smith Vogt - (3/26/2007) - Anita S. Vogt, 67, an administrative judge on the Department of the Interior's Board of Indian Appeals, died March 26 of acute renal failure at Capital Hospice in Arlington. She was a Falls Church resident.
Judge Vogt, appointed to the Board of Indian Appeals in 1986, was instrumental in developing a consistent body of law in matters related to the agency's responsibilities regarding American Indians and Alaska natives. She received the Interior Department's Superior Service Award in 1986.
After retiring in 2003, she created and maintained a private Web site that contained all of the decisions issued by the Board of Indian Appeals to make the decisions available to the public, because the Web site of the Office of Hearings and Appeals has been disconnected from the Internet since December 2001 under a court order. For this endeavor, she was awarded the Interior Department's Citizen's Award for Exceptional Service in 2003.
In October 2004, she returned to the Board of Indian Appeals as a senior administrative judge, helping the board through a period of transition, and retiring for good in 2005.
Mrs. Vogt was born in Olathe, Kan., and moved as a infant to Washington. In 1954, she and her family moved to Northern Virginia, and she graduated from Wakefield High School in Arlington. As a teenager, she worked in various positions at the National Gallery of Art, where her father, Noel Smith, was the chief horticulturist from the gallery's opening in 1941 until his retirement in 1972. Subsequently, she worked as a subject cataloguer (law) and reference assistant at the Library of Congress.
She was president and chairman of the board of directors of the Potomac Plaza Terraces co-op from 1989 to 1990; in 1983-84, she had served as vice president. She served as a member of the steering committee of the D.C. Cooperative Housing Coalition in the 1980s.
Her marriage to John H. Vogt ended in divorce. Survivors include a sister, Mary Jo Suchter of Falls Church.
1957 - Kelsey Springer Hamilton - (9/6/2013) - Kelsey S. (Springer) Hamilton, who bravely fought a long battle, died Friday, Sept. 6, 2013, with her family at her side, at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, N.J. She was 74.
Born in Washington, D.C., Kelsey had lived in Highland Park, N.J., for over 50 years. She had worked for 27 years at the New Brunswick Presbyterian Church before retiring in 2003. Kelsey's motto was "I tried." She loved daisies and enjoyed crewel, cross stitch, books and cooking and was adept at the NY Times Sunday Crossword puzzle.
Surviving are her husband of 54 years, Robert Hamilton; her son, Michael Hamilton, and his wife, Janet, of Piscataway, N.J.; her daughter, Leslie Penn, and her wife, Rachel, of Barrington, R.I.; four grandchildren, Adam and Alison Hamilton and Angela and Samantha Penn; two sisters, Lucy Lewis, and Susan Munger and her husband, Jerry, and many nieces and nephews.
A memorial service will be held at a later date. Private cremation was under the direction of Selover Funeral Home, 555 Georges Road, North Brunswick, N.J. Memorial contributions may be made to WQXR, c/o New York Public Radio, 160 Varick Street, 8th floor, N.Y. N.Y. 10013 (www.wqxr.org) or to The State Theatre, 15 Livingston Ave., New Brunswick, N.J. 08901 (www.statetheatrenj.org).
Published in Star-Ledger on Sept. 8, 2013
1957 - Donald Stoneburner - - Died January 2012
1957 - Joseph Tenbrook - (11/25/2013)
1957 - Robert P Tierney - (9/3/1987)
1957 - Hugh L Trigg - (7/8/2001)
1957 - Judith Vincent Stevens - (4/6/2009) - Judith “Judy” Miriam Vincent Stevens, 69, passed away peacefully at home in Portsmouth, RI, with family by her side on Monday (April 6, 2009). Born in Hartford, on April 27, 1939, Judy was the daughter of the late Joseph P. Vincent and Rowena Washburn Vincent. She was the middle sibling of three children and a step sister. As a child, she enjoyed fishing with her Dad and outdoor activities. Judy graduated from Wakefield High School, Alexandria, VA in 1957 and went on to Bay Path College in Longmeadow, MA, graduating in 1959. In 1960, she and her sister were the first few administrative assistants at Raytheon in Newport, RI. In 1962, she married Frank M. Stevens, Jr., in Newport, RI. Judy raised three children starting in 1964, living in Rochester, NY and eventually settling in Portsmouth, RI. Along with caring for and raising her children, being an avid gardener, expert seamstress, crafty homemaker, she spent a period of time employed at the Portsmouth Abbey and Raytheon, both of Portsmouth, RI. After retiring in the early 90's, Judy spent a brief time working as a home companion. She was able to take up her gardening full time, taking in many feline companions over the years, volunteering at the Robert Potter League, traveling with friends to Bermuda; Italy with her brother and sister-in-law; Seaworld and Disneyworld with her children and grandchildren; and most recently, Ireland with her son, Kevin. Judy also enjoyed many fun events and the sisterhood of many within the Healing CoOp thru her illness. In addition to being a devoted Mom, Judy, was a loving grandmother, aunt, sister, stepsister, stepdaughter and friend whose spirit of strength and support will be greatly missed. Judy leaves a daughter, Pamela and son-in-law, Ken Reynolds and their two children, Matthew and Justin of Middletown, RI; a son, Kevin Stevens of Cambridge, MA; a son, Gregg Stevens and daughter-in-law, Kristina Kline of Clermont, FL; a brother, Joseph P. Vincent, Jr. and sister-in-law, Elizabeth MacAulay of Norwood, MA; a stepsister, Patricia Merrill and brother-in-law Richard Budd of Portland, ME; a step-dad, USN Ret. Capt. Sidney D. B. Merrill and his wife Terry Winiarski of Portsmouth, RI; along with nieces and nephews, Rolf and Eric Budd, Andrea Larison-Masch and her family, Johnny Larison, Patrick Vincent as well as Judy's two feline companions, Buddy and Samantha. She joins her late sister, Barbara Vincent Larison.
1957 - Charles Robert " Chuck" Warner - (1/19/2013) - Charles (Chuck) Robert Warner, age 73 passed away on Saturday, January 19th. Chuck was born June 10, 1939 to Earl and Dorothy Warner in Norwood, Ohio. He attended Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia and graduated from The Bullis School in Silver Spring, Maryland. Preceded in death are his parents, brother Richard and sister Mary Jennings.
Survivors include his wife Sue Allen Warner, former wife Patricia Warner, son Chris (Nanci) of Apopka, Florida, Tim (Dominique) of Pensacola, Grandsons Aidan and Kyle and Granddaughter Tricia and many nieces and nephews. Chuck is also survived by his sister Dorothy (Bob) Pote.
Chuck served in the U.S. Navy for 24 years, most of this service as a weatherman. His duty stations included Operation Deep Freeze, Antarctic Expedition at McMurdo Sound, three tours in Guam, one two-year stint with the Typhoon Trackers. He also served in Vietnam, Japan, the Philippines, Lakehurst, New Jersey, San Diego, California, Jacksonville, Florida and Monterrey, California. Sea duty included tours on the WASP and the LEXINGTON. Chuck's final duty station was at Whiting Field, Milton, Florida.
Chuck received a B.A. from the Naval Postgraduate School and a M.A. from The Ohio State University. After retiring from the Navy he was employed as an Education Specialist, NETPMSA and then as an Escambia County High School substitute teacher. He enjoyed golf and fishing. He was a member of Myrtle Grove United Methodist Church.
Visitation will be from 10 a.m. till service time. A memorial service celebrating Chuck's life will be held Saturday, January 26, 11 a.m. at WATERS & HIBBERT FUNERAL HOME, 124 West Gregory Street, Pensacola, Florida. A reception will follow at the Warner's home.
In lieu of flowers, those interested in honoring Chuck's memory may make a donation to Covenant Hospice, 5041 N. 12th Avenue, Pensacola, FL 32504, Habitat for Humanity, P.O. Box 13204, Pensacola, FL 32591-3204 or a charity of your choice.
Published in Pensacola News Journal from January 24 to January 26, 2013
Burial: Barrancas National Cemetery , Florida
1957 - Patricia Wilburn Nevarr - (8/21/2009)
1957 - Linda Wirin Farrier
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1958 - John "Johnny" Allison - (4/26/2012) - John Allison's name was written in the Lambs book of life because he had confessed with his mouth the Lord Jesus and believed in his heart that Christ was raised from the dead and was baptized with his wife Jan Allison in 1969. Christ was his Savior the Almighty God, Everlasting Father and the Prince of Peace. John knew he would spend eternity with God and his loved ones where there would be no more sickness or death and he could cool his feet in crystal water. He left peacefully speaking his wife's name in a blink of an eye.
John graduated from Wake Field High School and attended Ferrum College where he played football and tutored Spanish and was a College Track Star. After college he served in the Coast Guard for eight years and then 35 years in the Postal Service where he received the one million mile of Safe Driving Award. He retired from Mosby Post Office in 1994. He loved singing, playing and watching sports and loved to read, read, read and read the newspaper and Bible. He hated in justice but loved all American Soldiers.
He left behind his loving wife Jan Allison who he was married to for 50 years; three children John Douglas Allison, John Paul Allison and Jodi Lynne Allison-Wilson and Rick Young who was like a son to him; 12 grandchildren, (Brandi, Brianne, Drew, Trey, Samantha, Miranda, Quad, Sarah, Paulie, Noah, Nia and Hanson) and his dog Onyx.. Condolences may be sent to www.piercefh.com.
1958 - Elaine Anderson Carson - (3/13/2008) - Elaine Mary Carson, 68, of Millsboro, Del., formerly of Bowie, Md., passed away Thursday, March 13, 2008, at her home, of abdominal mesothelioma, a rare cancer. She worked as a secretary for various federal agencies, including the White House and the Agency for International Development. Prior to retiring to Millsboro, she worked for the corporate offices of Amtrak at Union State in Washington, D.C.
Her time was devoted to volunteer work with Read Aloud Delaware and Green Valley Nursing Home. An avid reader, she enjoyed reading to pre-school children at day-care centers. She also worked part-time as a paraprofessional with the Cape Henlopen School system.
Carson was preceded in death by her parents, CWO-4 Raymond and Mary Anderson; and a sister, Marlene English of Virginia Beach, Va. She is survived by her loving husband of 46 years, Clark R. Carson Sr.; four children, Diane Elaine Johnston of Bradenton, Fla., Clark R. Carson Jr. of Elkridge, Md., Christine Marie Ferralli and her husband Jeffrey of Charlottesville, Va. And Daniel Bruce Carson of Washington, D.C.; 10 grandchildren; a sister, Judi Runkle of Wilson, N.C.; a brother, Robert Anderson of Woodbridge, Va.; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
A funeral Mass and wake was scheduled for Monday, March 17, 2008, with interment in Gate of Heaven Catholic Cemetery, Dagsboro, Del. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Read Aloud Delaware, P.O. Box 60, Georgetown, DE 19947, for the purchase of books; or St. Edmund’s Catholic Church, Enhancement Campaign, 409 King Charles & Laurel Streets, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971; or to Delaware Hospice, 20167 Office Circle, Georgetown, DE 19947.
1958 - Vivian L "Vee" Arnold Choate - (12/10/2001) - CHOATE, Vivian L. `Vee`, of Tampa, died Monday, Dec. 10, 2001. She is survived by her husband, J. Sam Choate of Tampa; mother, Virginia E. Arnold of Tampa; brother, Dana R. Arnold and his wife, Leslie of Dallas, Texas; nieces, Kathryn Arnold of New Port Richey, Lindsey Arnold of Pittsburgh, Pa. and Elizabeth Arnold of Safety Harbor, Fla.; sons, Hugh B. Severs, III, Barry L. Severs, MD. and Joseph M. Severs and his wife, Kristine. Vee Choate was born and lived her early years in northern Virginia. She is a graduate of Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va. She graduated from Mary Washington College with a degree in Music Education and did additional music studies at the Peabody Conservatory of Music. In the past, she has been a public school teacher, a Director of Children's and Youth C hoirs, Director of Single's Ministries and Director of Christian Education at Hyde Park United Methodist Church. For twenty years, she served as the church Wedding Coordinator. For twelve years she served St. Petersburg Junior College as Coordinator of Student Activities for the Clearwater Campus. As the Student Government Association Advisor, she coordinated the College Leadership Development Pro gram that became a model for other Student Government Associations in the state. She served as State Advisor for several years and was twice selected as the Outstanding Advisor and Outstanding Programmer for the National Association of Campus Activities. In 2001, she was elected to the Florida Community College Hall of Fame for Educators. Since retiring from St. Petersburg Junior college, she had served on the staff at Hyde Park United Methodist Church as the Administrative Assistant to the ministers. A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday (today) at the Hyde Park United Methodist Church, 500 W. Platt St., Tampa, FL. 33606. In lieu of flowers, please make memorial contributions to the Hyde Park United Methodist Church Memorial Fund.
1958 - Carol Bach Delnegro - (12/7/2016) - Carol M. Delnegro, age 77, a longtime resident of Alexandria, VA passed away on December 7, 2016, at her home after a brief illness. She was born on November 15, 1939 in Tecumseh, NE to the late Leland and Marie Bach.
Carol was an incredible wife, mother and grandmother. Carol is survived by her husband Mike Delnegro, daughter, Lisa Delnegro, son, John and his wife Lisa and grandchildren Jack and Ben. Carol was a kind and loving lady and will be missed by her family and many friends. Private Interment will be held at St. Mary's Cemetery, Alexandria, VA. A celebration of Carol's life will follow. Arrangements by Everly Wheatley Funeral Home, Alexandria, VA
1958 - James Baggett - (1/25/2005) - BAGGETT, JAMES THOMAS, III (Age 64)
Of Richmond, VA, formerly of Arlington, VA, departed suddenly Tuesday, January 25, 2005. He is survived by his sister, Margaret A. Crain; three nieces, Jennifer Crain, Theresa Dippel and Patricia Mullins. Private entombment in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Richmond. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, 1800 Lakeside Ave., Richmond, VA 23227.
Published in The Washington Post on Jan. 30, 2005
1958 - Keith Betts - (10/29/2016)
1958 - Annette Boyd Whitney - (1/25/2011) - Annette Boyd Whitney, 70, of Roanoke, Va., passed away after a long illness on Tuesday morning, January 25, 2011. She was born in Beaufort, SC.; daughter of the late Capt. Thomas Alexander Boyd Jr. USN and Ruth Fair Boyd. Her son, Alan Thomas Weiser also preceded her in death. Mrs. Whitney was a member of Cave Spring United Methodist Church. She is survived by her husband, Douglas R, Whitney; daughter, Janice Lee, of Alexandria; stepdaughter, Cathy Sue Nelson and her husband, Scott; stepson, Scott D. Whitney and his wife, Kay, all of Richmond; four grandchildren, Meghan Elizabeth Whitney, Emily Page Whitney, Jeffrey Scott Nelson and Whitney Blair Nelson; brother, David G. Boyd and his wife, Joan, of Roanoke; two nephews, Jeffrey M. Boyd and his wife, Alana, of Savoy, Mass., and Christopher G. Boyd, of Beverly Hills, Mich, A Memorial Service will be held at noon on Saturday, January 29/ 2011; at Cave Spring United Methodist Church. The Rev. Ronnie Morris will officiate. In lieu of flowers, memorials may made to the Pulmonary Hypertension Association, 801 Roeder Road, Suite 1000, Silver Spring, Md. 20910. The family would like to thank Drs. Nelson Greene, Patton Saul, the staffs of Lewis Gale and Duke University Hospitals. The family will receive friends on Friday, January 28, 2011, from 4 to 6 p.m. at Oakey's South Chapel, 540-989-3131.
Copyright © 2011 The Roanoke Times
1958 - John Breen - (1/1/2003)
1958 - Patricia Ann "Patti" Brewer Stull - (2008) Patricia Ann Brewer Boykin Stull, age 68, of Culpeper, Virginia, beloved wife, mother, grandmother and friend, died on July 24, 2008, of respiratory failure. She was born in Washington, D.C. at the old Sibley Hospital, on May 19, 1940, to the late Sydney W. and Callie T. Brewer. She moved to Virginia at the age of 13, and to Culpeper in 1982, remaining a life-long Virginian. She is survived by her devoted and loving husband of 34 years, Alexander Inloes Stull, four dearly beloved children, Robert L. Boykin, III and his wife Paula, Andrew W. Boykin and his wife Dianne, Kathleen Boykin Hunter, and Bruce E. Boykin and his wife Julie, and six cherished grandchildren, Andrew W. Boykin, Jr., Edward A. Hunter, Nickolas and Chloe Boykin, dear granddaughter Ryan Marie Boykin (2004-2007) and Ian J.A. Boykin. Patti will be missed so much by her loyal and loving friends, Lola L. Secora of Clermont, Florida, and K. Marcelle Habibion of Fairfax, Virginia. Patti worked primarily for the U.S. Federal government, and performed 27 years of volunteer service for the Red Cross, the Arlington County Domestic Violence Program and the Haven of Northern Virginia. Patti was extremely gracious, creative and personable and tirelessly gave of herself to everyone. That love and passion for her family and friends and for helping others will be deeply missed but never, ever forgotten. We love you Patti and you will be in our hearts forever. A graveside service will be held at 11AM on Saturday, August 2 at Fairfax Memorial Park in Fairfax, VA. A reception will follow at the Boykin residence in Alexandria, VA. This obituary was originally published in the Culpeper StarExponent.
1958 - Marilyn Brogan Kressevich
1958 - Carolyn Brooks Bielling - (2/11/2004) - Carolyn Brooks Bielling was called home to be with her Lord Feb. 11, 2004, after a courageous battle with cancer. She died in a Kinston, N.C., hospital with her loving daughter by her side. She was the widow of Billie Mixon Bielling and the daughter of the late William Gray and Virginia Hill Brooks. She was a self- employed bookkeeper and a member of Tabernacle Baptist Church, where she volunteered as a bookkeeper for the missionaries for many years.
She is survived by a daughter, Kimberly Hill and husband, Michael; two grandsons, Justin and Trevor Hill, all of Kinston, N.C.; a sister, Joan Brooks Atkinson and husband, Steve, of Elizabeth City, N.C.; and two nieces, Amy Jones of Holly Springs, N.C., and Brooke Matheson of Jacksonville, Fla.
A funeral will be held Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Graham Funeral Home, Greenbrier Chapel, 1112 Kempsville Road, Chesapeake, with Dr. Rod Bell Sr. officiating. Entombment will be in Rosewood Memorial Park. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Saturday from 4 to 5 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to Tabernacle Baptist Church Building Fund, 717 Whitehurst Landing Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.
Friends may sign the guest register at www.grahamfuneral-home.com.
Copyright © 2004 The Virginian-Pilot
1958 - Robert Budd - (6/25/2005) - Robert M. Budd Of Burke, Virginia, formerly of Los Gatos, California. Died on Saturday, June 25, 2005. Loving husband of Sandra Budd. Devoted father of Karen Duffy and Ken Budd both of Burke, Virginia. Father-in-law of William Duffy, Sr., and Karen Budd. Brother of George S. Budd, Jr., Arlington, Virginia and L. Jean Hess, Berryville, Virginia. Grandfather of William Duffy, Jr., Kathleen and Lauren Duffy.
Funeral Services will be held at FAIRFAX MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, 9902 Braddock Road, Fairfax, Virginia on Thursday, June 30, 2005, at 11 :00 a.m. Interment Fairfax Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association 7203 Poplar St., Annandale, Virginia 22003. Fairfax Memorial Home (703) 425-9702 email@example.com.
Published in San Jose Mercury News on June 28, 2005
1958 - David Burtis - (9/3/2005) - David W. Burtis Jr., 65, of Stamford, passed away at Greenwich Hospital on Saturday, (September 3, 2005). Born in Stamford Jan. 6, 1940, he was the son of the late David W. and Gladys Porter Burtis Sr. Mr. Burtis was a 41 year veteran of the Turn of River Fire Dept where he served as an Engineer and Driver. He was a past volunteer of the Glenbrook Fire Dept. and its Ambulance Corps. Survivors include his wife Theodora (Teddi) Coppola Burtis of Stamford; two daughters, Valoree Burtis of Stamford and Andrea Velez of Milford; a son, David W. Burtis III of West Haven; a brother, Thomas Burke of Winsted; a sister, Jeanne Orie of Torrington; a grandson, Esteban Velez Jr., 8 yrs. old, and a granddaughter, Alexandrea 2 yrs. old, and a cousin, John Bromfield Jr. of Pennsylvania. A Funeral procession will leave the Nicholas F. Cognetta Funeral Home & Crematory, 104 Myrtle Ave., Stamford on Thurs., Sept. 8, at 8:45 a.m. and proceed to Sacred Heart RC Church, 37 Schuyler Ave., Stamford for a Mass of Christian Burial at 9:30 a.m. Interment will follow at Lakeview Cemetery, New Canaan. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Mr. Burtis's name to the Turn of River Fire Dept., 268 Turn of River Rd., Stamford, CT 06905. Friends may call at the Funeral Home on Wed., Sept. 7, from 4-8 p.m.
1958 - Barbara Carroll - (4/27/2004) - Barbara Ann Francis (Squires) Carroll, 63 of Duluth, Minn., died peacefully at home surrounded by family on Tuesday, April 27, 2004. Barbara was born Sept. 16, 1940 in Saint John's, Newfoundland, Canada, the daughter of Richard and Mary Squires. She married William J. Carroll of Cornell, Wis., on Dec. 2, 1961, in Saint John's, Newfoundland. As a career Navy family, their travels took them to Rhode Island, Virginia, New Jersey, Illinois, Spain, and two assignments in Florida and Iceland. The family moved to Salem, in 1986 after military retirement as her husband worked for a contract weather station. Subsequently, her husband was hired by the National Weather Service. They remained in the upper Midwest and lived near Neenah, Wis., International Falls, Minn., the Twin Cities and Duluth since Aug. 1995. Barbara was a homemaker and a child care provider. She was the night and weekend supervisor of the NATO Base Child Care Center in Keflavik, Iceland, and a teacher at Mary's Little Lambs Day Care Center in Rantoul, III. Barbara was preceded in death by her parents; and brothers, James and Richard Squires of Saint John's. Surviving are her husband; daughters, Denise (Chuck) Carroll; granddaughters, Morgan, Veronica, and Natalie of Stephens City, Va., Dawn (Price) Stanford; grandchildren, Ashlee and Ryan of Lexinqton, Ky., Darlene (Chris) Francis, Christina and Conner of Fountain, Colo.; and sons, Duane (Connie) Carroll of Winchester, Va., and Derek (fiancee ReiAhna Moss) Carroll of Duluth; one sister, Sheila (Doug) Heath of Saint John's, Newfoundland, and eight nieces and nephews of Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, and British Columbia. She is also survived by many friends, including especially dear friends Mary and Joe Brito of Rantoul, IlL, and Pearl Holcombe of Chesapeake, Va. VISITATION: 11 a.m. Friday until the 12 noon services in the Dougherty Funeral Home. 600 E. 2nd St.
Copyright © 2004 Duluth News-Tribune
1958 - Karin Johanna Connell Ryan - (9/17/2010) - Buried in Park Hill Cemetery, Vancouver, Washington
1958 - Robert Cook - (8/11/2000) - Died of pancreatic cancer.
1958 - Alan M Corwin - (7/22/2014) - Alan Corwin, a former Thurston County Public Utility District commissioner known for his financial expertise, has died. He was 74. Corwin died last week in Portland from stroke-related complications, former commission colleague Jim Lazar said Sunday. Lazar filled an interim role on the commission about two years ago and worked closely with Corwin and fellow commissioner Chris Stearns. “Alan was a very dedicated guy,” said Lazar, adding that his financial expertise was phenomenally valuable to the PUD, a water utility. “He really had some skills that were critical for the commission as they acquired small water systems.” Corwin brought his understanding of finance to the commission, while Stearns understood water quality issues and Lazar contributed his knowledge of utilities. “We had a good set of skills for a small organization,” Lazar said. About Corwin, he added: “He was a close personal friend, and I’m going to miss him terribly.” Stearns, too, remembered Corwin for his financial skills, saying he helped the PUD find more affordable insurance, worked heavily on a bond issue and always did what he thought was best for the PUD in the long run. “He showed a lot of loyalty to the organization because he believed in it,” Stearns said. Funeral details are private at Corwin’srequest, daughter Amy Corwin said Sunday.
Corwin was elected to the PUD commission in 2004 and was re-elected in 2010. Commissioners serve six-year terms, but in 2012, following the PUD’s highly publicized exploration into offering public power — Proposition 1 was defeated in the general election that year — Corwin resigned. Before he became PUD commissioner, Corwin was a longtime Dean Witter financial adviser. Earlier in life, Corwin was a management analyst for the Bonneville Power Administration in Portland.
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1958 - Paula Crosby Bartlow - (10/16/1988) - Buried in Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, Alabama
1958 - John Crump - (2/19/1992) - Buried National Memorial Park, Falls Church, plot H-222-4
1958 - Lewis Darling - (9/8/2010)
1958 - Alice Julie English Lee - (6/5/2017) - Alice Elizabeth Lee "Julie" (Age 76) peacefully passed away on June 5, 2017. She was born in Washington, DC on June 27, 1940 to the late Edward and Catherine English. Julie graduated from Mary Washington College in 1962 with her bachelor's degree. She went on to work as a social worker then an administrative assistant with Northup Grumman. Julie married her husband on August 17, 1963 and had 2 children. Her memories will be cherished by her beloved husband Ronald, sons Andy and Ned, grandson Aaron, nieces, nephews, and a host of other relatives and friends. A memorial celebration will be Monday, June 12th from 4-7 pm at Crystal City Sports Pub in Arlington, VA. A second memorial celebration will be held in Raleigh, NC on Wednesday, June 21st from 4-7 pm.
1958 - Vance W Fabella - (6/15/2001) - Fabella, Vance W., 61, of Sunrise, FL has gone to rest with the Lord and Saviour on June 15, 2001. Following his service as a corpsman in the U. S. Navy he worked in several local hospitals and was associated with Westside Regional Medical Center the last 20 years, during which time he was an orthopedic technologist. He is survived by his wife and best friend of 18 years, Terri; his son Troy, daughters; Flora (Jeff) Wells, Jennifer (Greg) Hoschhauser and Melissa (Kent) Johnson, 5 grandchildren, his brother Dennis and many other family members and friends. Visitation at the funeral home will be from 2-4pm and 6-8pm on Tuesday where a funeral service will be held at 7pm. Cremation will follow. Donations in his memory may be made to Vitas Hospice or Central West Adult Day Care Center in Davie, FL. T.M. RALPH FUNERAL HOME SAWGRASS/WESTON (954)587-6888 www.tmralph.com
1958 - Maureen Feltman - - Died April 1996
1958 - Robert Fought - (8/21/2003) FOUGHT, ROBERT E. "Bob"
On Thursday, August 21, 2003, of Exmore, VA, formerly of Arlington, VA. Beloved husband of Lucille F. Fought; loving father of two children from a previous marriage, Robin Fought of Tennessee and Cindy Freeman of North Carolina; three stepchildren and several stepgrandchildren. Also survived by his father, James Fought and sister, Elizabeth Fought, both of Arlington; and other relatives. Funeral services were held on August 23, 2003, in Exmore, with burial in Quinby, VA. Memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society, PO Box 315, Onancock, VA 23417. Arrangements by Doughty Funeral Home, Exmore, VA. - Published in The Washington Post on Aug. 29, 2003
1958 - Dale Friesz - (3/18/2013) - Dale E. Friesz, 72, a former personnel director for Fairfax County who later owned and operated a hunting goods store in Annandale, died March 18 of a heart ailment at Reston Hospital Center.
His daughter Pam Mechler confirmed the death.
Mr. Friesz worked 16 years in the Fairfax County government personnel office, the last six years as director, before joining his father’s store, the Loading Bench, as a manager in 1979. He ran the store until he closed the business and retired in 2004.
Dale Eugene Friesz was born in St. Louis. He moved to the Washington area in 1957 and received a bachelor’s degree in public administration from George Washington University in 1963. Shortly after graduating, he joined the Fairfax county personnel office.
He served in the Army in the early 1960s.
Mr. Friesz was a founding member of the United States All-Round Weightlifting Association and was elected to the organization’s Hall of Fame in 2002. He was a champion weightlifter and held 160 records with the organization in 64 different lifts. Despite having his left leg amputated below the knee in 2010, he continued to participate in competitions until his death.
Mr. Friesz moved from Fairfax Station to Gainesville in 2011. His memberships included St. Katharine Drexel Catholic Mission in Gainesville.
Survivors include his wife of 46 years, Patricia Neal Friesz of Gainesville; three children, Pam Mechler of Herndon, Mark Friesz of Fairfax Station and Karen Friesz of Arlington County; two brothers, Terry Friesz of Washington and retired Army Lt. Col. Leonard Friesz of Leavenworth, Kan.; and two grandchildren.
1958 - Linda Gilbert King - (3/7/2013)
1958 - Robert Gress - (12/27/2015)
1958 - Richard Hall - (4/10/1963) - His Naval ship was lost at sea during deep sea tests
1958 - Linda Hamlin Francis
1958 - Stephen L Harvey - (3/24/2006) - Stephen Lee Harvey:
Man killed in crash with armored truck: Newspaper Obituary and Death
Notice Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - Saturday, March 25, 2006
Deceased Name: Stephen Lee Harvey: Man killed in crash with armored truck A Chesterfield County man was fatally injured yesterday when his car collided head-on with a Brink's armored truck on state Route 307 in Nottoway County. State police said Stephen Lee Harvey, 64, of the 13700 block of West Bay Drive in Midlothian was driving on the wrong side of the road about 2:30 p.m. when he collided with the truck half a mile west of state Route 647. Harvey was being taken by ambulance to a MedFlight helicopter when he died, police said. The armored truck driver was not injured. Edition: Final Page: B-3 Copyright © 2006 Richmond Newspapers, Inc
1958 - Judith Hill Rothrock - (10/19/2011) - MOUNT DESERT - On Oct. 19, 2011, the light from a star that guided so many towards kindness and peace went dark. Judith Hill Rothrock, 71, passed away leaving a legacy of social action and service. That she was so loved by so many gives her family comfort in the wake of our profound loss. Her commitment to living sustainably in cherished harmony with the community she loved so dearly on Mount Desert Island has been a treasured gift and inspiration for all of us. Words cannot truly give meaning to a life lived so beautifully. Those who were touched by the gentle strength of Judy's spirit miss you dearly. Judy was the beloved daughter of James E. Hill and Gertrude Hill; and beloved sister of J.B. Hill. She is survived by her sisters, Kathleen Allan and Karen Hill; her devoted daughter, Kristen Goodrich and her husband, Jake Goodrich; her granddaughter, Devyn Drusjack and Devyn's father, Greg Drusjack; her devoted son, Stephen Rothrock and his partner, Kristianne Kirkman; her granddaughter, Grace Connor; and by her niece, Danika Tyminski. Judy was a compassionate and gifted social worker whose career spanned more than three decades treating families at Community YMCA Counseling and Social Services, Matawan, N.J. She served hundreds of clients, but was best known for her work with Vietnam veterans who suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder. She retired to her cabin on Mount Desert Island and spent her remaining years in service to the community she so loved with particular dedication to Unitarian Universalist Church of Ellsworth. She was a volunteer at Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry and Acadia Senior College, Mount Desert Island, where she continued to further her awareness of social justice and philosophy. Always inspired by the pursuit of healing those in need and giving of her time and wisdom to those she loved - Judy made this world a kinder and gentler place for us all. We will be holding a memorial service for Judy 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 19, at Unitarian Universalist Church of Ellsworth, 121 Bucksport Road, Ellsworth. We ask in lieu of flowers, that donations be made to Unitarian Universalist Church of Ellsworth in memory of her commitment to the community she so adored, or Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry, 119 Bucksport Road, Ellsworth, ME 04605, in memory of an amazing life always dedicated to serving that community. She believed the highest calling is to give back more than you take from this world. Judy, your generosity truly served as a beacon of hope in the potential of humanity to love one another with dignity and compassion.
1958 - Barbara Hobgood - (10/11/2002) - Barbara Louise Hobgood of Richmond passed away on Friday, October 11, 2002. She was a retired employee of the Virginia Baptist Mission Board, and was preceded in death by her father, Percell Averett Hobgood. She is survived by her mother, Maude L. Hobgood. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday, October 14, at the Central Chapel of Bennett Funeral Home, 3215 Cutshaw Ave. Interment will follow in Westhampton Memorial Park.
Copyright © 2002 Richmond Newspapers, Inc
1958 - Joe Holley - (3/31/1998) - Killed in an auto accident.
1958 - Roger Horn - Died in 1997
1958 - Scott Iacone
1958 - Thomas Ingalls - (10/30/2014) - Thomas Eugene Ingalls, 76, of Oak Grove, VA (formerly of Cuba, NY and Fairfax, VA), joined our Heavenly Father on Thursday, October 30, 2014. A member of Popes Creek Baptist Church.
Beloved Husband of Mary Ellen Ingalls, Loving Father to Thomas Bryan Ingalls, Haymarket; Denise Lynn Smith (Douglas), Spotsylvania; Christine Marie Brown (Michael), Warrenton. Cherished Grandfather to Madelyn, Bryan, Holly, Nick, Emi, Brad, Mykayla, Connor and Sam. He is also survived by his dear brother, Wilbert “Pete” Ingalls (Gail), Cuba, NY, and treasured sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces and nephews.
Funeral service will be held at 12:00 p.m. on Monday, November 3, 2014 at Popes Creek Baptist Church, Montross, VA. Interment will follow in the church cemetery.
The family will receive friends at the church one hour prior to the services.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Popes Creek Baptist Church General Fund, c/o Elizabeth Nash, P.O. Box 592, Montross, VA 22520.
On line condolences may be made at www.welchfuneralhomeva.com
1958 - James Jackson
1958 - Douglas R Jarrell - (6/20/2005) - JARRELL, DOUGLAS R. Of Reston, VA on June 20,2005. Father of Diana, Michael and Christiana; eight grandchildren and one sister, Jean Meadows. A Memorial Service will be held on June 27 at the Spiritual Institute of Development, 5419 Sherier PI., N.W., Washington, DC at 6:30 p.m. Private interment at Wolftown, VA.
Published in The Washington Post on June 26, 2005
1958 - Mary Jane (Jani) Jones Spengler – (6/9/2016) - Jani was born on May 2, 1940 in Hattiesburg, MS to Woodrow Eugene Jones and Elizabeth Jenkins Jones. Jani was an only child whose best friend was her dog Pepper. She was very close to her cousins and large extended family. Her family moved to Arlington, VA when Jani was a teenager. She met her beloved husband-to-be, Bill Spengler, at Fairlington United Methodist Church. During their five year courtship, Jani attended James Madison College for two years.
Bill and Jani were married on March 12, 1960 and began their lives together at Fort Ord, CA. They moved many times early in their marriage before eventually settling in Northern Virginia. Her greatest joy was the 3 beautiful children they had over the next seven years. Jani relished being a stay-at-home mom; however, circumstances required her to eventually enter the work force where she served as a dental assistant for many years, followed by a long-term position as an executive secretary with the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
After her much-anticipated retirement, she enjoyed devoting her time to her beloved grandchildren and great-grandchildren. After Bill and Jani moved to Westminster at Lake Ridge, she volunteered as co-leader of the Encore thrift shop and enjoyed many social and church-related activities. Some of Jani’s favorite memories included many family beach vacations, cruising to exotic places and traveling the world. The epitome of hospitality, Jani loved to entertain, enjoyed her antics with her Red Hat Club, but most of all, cherished time with her family and friends. Her love of animals was life-long, and she was known to dote on her poodles.
Jani is survived by her husband of 56 years, William D. Spengler; her children, Bonnie Kenison (David), Russell Spengler (Tracy), and Kristin McIntyre; grandchildren, Sarah Wright (Brian), Matthew Kenison (Jenna), Hayden Spengler, Nicholas McIntyre, and Charis McIntyre; great-grandchildren, Madison Wright, Katelyn Wright, Brandon Wright, and Daxton Kenison.
A graveside service will be held on Wednesday, June 15, 2016 at 10:00 AM at Quantico National Cemetery. Please assemble at the Administration Building by 9:45 AM. “A Celebration of her Life” will follow at 11:00 AM in the Potomac Room at Westminster at Lake Ridge. In lieu of flowers, please consider a tax-deductible donation to the Westminster at Lake Ridge Resident Supporting Fund.
1958 - Wilbur T Jones - (7/13/2001)
1958 - Sharon Judy
1958 - Howard Kennedy - - Died March 1980
1958 - Nancy Kinsman Ellis - (12/24/1997) - Died after a two and a half year battle with cancer.
1958 - Dave Klinksiek - (1/21/2001)
1958 - Patty Lane - (11/2/1999)
1958 - Ruth Latham Dakes - (6/28/2003) - On Saturday, June 28, 2003 at her residence, RUTH W. DAKES of Woodbridge, VA. Beloved wife of Michael G. Dakes; daughter of Charlotte Latham; dear mother of Michelle Mitchael, James Dakes, Steve Dakes and Chriss Carlson Dakes. She is also survived by her sister, Lorraine Latham and her brother, James Latham, Jr.; and six grandchildren. The family will receive friends at EVERLY COMMUNITY FUNERAL CARE, 6161 Leesburg Pk., Falls Church, VA on Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.rn. A Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday, July 2 at St. Katherine's Greek Orthodox Church of Northern Virginia, 3149 Glen Carlyn Rd., Falls Church, VA at 11 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery at a later date. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Association, 124 Park St., S.E., PO Box 699, Vienna, VA 22183 or Hospice of Northern VA, PO Box 1576, Merrifield, VA 22116.
1958 - Elizabeth Lindsay Cash - (3/19/2001)
1958 - James C "Jim" Luker - (5/5/2009) - LUKER JAMES C. LUKER, III (Age 68) James C. Luker, III died Tuesday, May 5, 2009 at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Loving husband of Patricia A. McCaffery; father of Kimberly A. Adomanis-Chomicz (Gregory); brother of Howard W. Luker II; grandfather of Lauryn Chomicz. Also survived by sister-in-law, Doris Luker and niece, Kathleen Marsden. Families and friends are welcomed to join for mass services on Friday, May 8 at 1PM at St. Christopher''s Church, 1861 Harbor Drive, Chester, Maryland. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Charles Hesdorffer Research Fund or the Vasculitis Discovery Fund at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, 4940 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21224.
Published in The Washington Post on May 7, 2009
1958 - Roger Luxford - (12/15/1991)
1958 - Ginny Macklin Cholewicki - (8/4/2002)
1958 - Robert Madagan
1958 - Joe Maguire - (2/25/1995)
1958 - Clinton Junius Mangum - (8/28/2000) - Buried Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA - section 43, site 2356
1958 - Glenn Mann - (11/23/1965) - 1st Lt. Glenn D. Mann of Williamsburg, Virginia was the foster son of Ambassador Graham Martin, The last United States Ambassador of the Republic of Vietnam. On the night of 21-22 Nov 1965 two ARVN units near Thach Tru were hit by NVA/VC attacks and the 2nd ARVN Division requested a Marine sweep in the area in hopes of bringing the NVA/VC to bay. The 3rd Bn, 7th Marines were alerted and on the morning of 23 Nov air-assaulted into the area. After a two-day sweep which located and destroyed a number of enemy supply points, but which failed to locate the enemy forces themselves, the Marines were withdrawn. The operation did cost the lives of two Marines. He is honored on Panel 3E, Row 111 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
Burial: Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA - Plot: Sec 3 Site 4140-K
1958 - Karen Marcy
1958 - Melvin Mayo - (6/21/2011)
1958 - Betty Merrill Peed - (8/23/1993) - Died of lung cancer.
1958 - Ellin "Suzy" Miller Van Massenhove - - died in 2015
1958 - William Murdaugh - (3/31/1990)
1958 - Gloria Jean Nethers Lukenbach - (4/15/2016) - Gloria Jean Lukenbach, 75, of Culpeper died Friday, April 15, 2016 at UVA Culpeper Hospital.
A graveside service will be held on Monday, April 18, 2016 at 11 am at Washington Masonic Cemetery with Rev. Jon Heddleston officiating.
1958 - Charles Neill - (12/8/2006) - CHARLES ROBERT NEILL, III - Of Alexandria, VA, died on Friday, December 8, 2006. Husband of Mary C. Stack; father of Charles Russell Neill, William Christopher Neill and Robert Andrew Neill; grandfather of Christopher David Neill. Friends may call the DEMAINE FUNERAL HOME, 520 S. Washington St., Alexandria, VA on Wednesday, December 13, from 6 to 8 p.m. A Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, December 14 at 10:30 a.m., at Christ Episcopal Church, 118 N. Washington St., Alexandria, VA 22314.
Published in The Washington Post on Dec. 12, 2006
1958 - Philip Nielson - (6/24/2015) - Philip J. Nielson, 74, of Arlington, VA, passed away suddenly on Wednesday, June 24, 2015. He was born Nov 8, 1940 to Oscar and Mary Nielson. He attended American University. Phil was a retired Police Detective with the Arlington County Police Dept. where he served for 35 years. He then continued on as a Deputy with the Arlington Co. Sheriffs Dept.
He is a beloved brother, father, uncle, and grandfather. He was a member of the LDS church and the BPOE.
He is survived by his ex-wife Ruth Nielson of 42 yrs, his sister Kay Perkins, his daughter Heather & Andrew Eoff and their children, McKenna, Miranda, Graeme. His son-in-law Neal Summers and his children Logan, Noah, Olivia. He is proceeded in death by his daughter Stephanie Summers.
A viewing will be Wednesday July 1, 6-8 pm at Murphys Funeral home, 4510 Wilson Blvd, Arlington.
The funeral will be Thursday July 2 at 10:30 at the LDS church, 1600 N Inglewood St, Arlington, VA. There is an additional viewing prior to the funeral at 9:30.
In lieu of flowers donations may be sent to heroes.org (Heroes, Inc.).
1958 - Vann Norwood - (3/2/2008) - NORWOOD, VANN 68, passed away March 2, 2008. Vann is survived by his wife Mary Ellen; children, Adam Norwood, Karen Norwood, Matt Norwood and Chad Moore as well as many loving friends and family. Memorial services will be Saturday, March 8, 2008 at 11 :OOam at Highlands Baptist Church, 1510 E. Phillips Ave. Centennial, CO 80122.
Published in Denver Post from Mar. 5 to Mar. 6, 2008
1958 - Marin Pawley - (2/2/1984) - Died of diabetic complications.
1958 - Sandra R Pectol - (6/8/2014) - A Graveside Service will be held on Friday, June 13, 2014 at 1:00PM in Charles Memorial Gardens, Leonardtown, MD with Deacon Bill Nickerson officiating. Sandra (Sandy) Rose Pectol, 73, of Great Mills, MD, died Sunday June 8, at St. Mary's Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center. She was born to the late Ira A. and Mary R. Pectol, November 14, 1940, in Washington, D.C. Sandy retired from the State Department in 1988. She is survived by her brother and sister-in-law Richard and Marylou Pectol and their daughter, her niece, Rachel Pectol. Graveside services will be held at Charles Memorial Gardens, 26325 Point Lookout Road, Leonardtown, MD, June13, at 1:00 p.m.
1958 - Betty Pendleton Soules - (2/10/1989) - Burial: Mount Comfort Cemetery, Alexandria, VA
1958 - George Reinhart - (2/9/1982) - Reinhart, George W.,
Jr.-On Tuesday, February 9, 1982 of Bath, New York, beloved husband of
Nancy Reinhart. Also survived by his father George W. Sr. and his
stepmother Catherine Reinhart, son of the late Mary Virginia Reinhart,
father of Elizabeth Ann, Robert C. Reinhart of Bath, NY, brother of
Margaret Cox of East Peoria, Illinois, Frances Lee Mollanen of
Fayetteville, NC, John E. of Fredericksburg, VA, Robert P. of
Alexandria, VA, Andrew J. of Annandale, VA and Michael A. Reinhart of
Arlington, VA. Also survived by nieces and nephews. Funeral services
will be held on Monday, February 15 at 10 a.m. at the Arlington Funeral
Home, 3901 N. Fairfax Dr., Arlington. Interment Columbia Gardens
Cemetery. Family requests donations to the American Leukemia
Washington Post, February 11, 1982
1958 - Miles W Sandin - (4/16/2017) - We rejoice in the Home Going of Miles William Sandin into the arms of Jesus on Resurrection Sunday, April 16th, 2017. His address has changed from Bridgewater VA to Heaven. Although he anticipated The Rapture, God in His Infinite wisdom chose to delay its arrival.
Miles was born in Washington D.C. on Mother’s Day, May 12th, 1940. He was a son of Gustave Bertil Sandin and Maude Whitehurst Sandin. He is survived by his bride, Evelyn Kaye Miller Sandin, with whom he was married on May 26th, 1963; his son Randall Miles Sandin, daughter-in-law Allison Rogers Sandin and his cherished granddaughters Amelia Ruth Sandin and Rosalee Grace Sandin, all of Charleston, SC; his brother Bruce Martin Sandin and wife Fain of Standardsville, VA; sisters-in-law Donna H. Sandin of Winchester, VA and Shirley S. Miller of Dayton, VA; and many special nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. Along with his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother Robert Bertil Sandin and sister Carolyn Irene Sandin.
Miles graduated from Wakefield High School in Arlington, VA and from Bridgewater College. At Bridgewater College, he earned degrees in mathematics and physics and during his time at Bridgewater he met his future bride.
Career-wise, in 1963 he became a Research Assistant at The Ballistics Analysis Laboratory of The Johns Hopkins University. In 1967, he became the first Manager of The C. E. Shull Computing Center at Bridgewater College. He, along with Professor John White, took the college into the era of “the stored program” computer. In 1970, he became President of Innovative Management Systems, Inc., in Staunton, VA. In 1989, he became a Senior Software Engineer at ComSonics, Inc., in Harrisonburg, VA and finished his career as the President of Sheltie Systems, Inc., in Bridgewater, VA.
His Christianity was most important to him and his interest grew as he aged. His principal Christian mentors were the following:
His sister, Carolyn Sandin, who was confined to an iron lung due to polio. Her faith and acceptance of Jesus as her personal savior was an inspiration to all.
His sister-in-law, Eleanor Gene Miller, with whom he shared many wonderful conversations and experiences…and is doing so again today.
His friend, Hiram M. Knopp, with whom he worked with for 30+ years and was instrumental in opening his eyes, heart and mind to the true meaning of the Scriptures.
In his lifetime he was associated with just 3 churches: The First Baptist Church of Clarendon (Arlington, VA); Beaver Creek Church of the Brethren (Bridgewater, VA) & Horizon Christian Fellowship (Harrisonburg, VA).
Miles professed and accepted Jesus Christ as his personal savior. He repented for all his sins; past, present and future. His wish for all his family, friends and relatives is to do likewise. As such a Christian, he knew that he would spend eternity in the company of God the Father, God the Son (Jesus) and God the Holy Spirit. Rejoice!
Visitation will be Friday, April 21st from 6:30-8:00pm at Johnson Funeral Service, Inc. in Bridgewater, VA. A Graveside Service will be held at 10am on Saturday, April 22nd at Beaver Creek Church of the Brethren cemetery followed by a Memorial Service at 11am at Montezuma Church of the Brethren. The family will receive guests from 12pm-3pm at Clearspring Homestead following the memorial service.
In lieu of flowers, any memorial contributions can be made to Miles' church below…they do mission work around the world and Miles would have loved to have gone but was a little past his time to do so. Horizon Christian Fellowship, PO Box 2038, Harrisonburg, VA 22801. Please write in the memo - "Missions for Miles."
Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.johnsonfs.com.
1958 - Roberta "Berta" Robberts Saylor - (8/10/2009) - Roberta R. Saylor, 69, passed away Monday, August 10, 2009, after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease.
Born and raised in Arlington, Va., Roberta graduated from Wakefield High School. In her youth she was active in dance and modeling. She worked in the Pentagon doing data entry during the height of the Cold War and later worked as a day care teacher before becoming a full-time parent and homemaker. Roberta was active as a volunteer in many forms throughout her life and was particularly drawn to causes involving animals and nature.
Roberta was an avid music lover and reader. She will always be remembered by those close to her as being very creative and artistic. Roberta was devoted to her husband of 44 years, Bill, who passed away in 2008 and to her sons, Chad Saylor of Harrisburg and Austin Saylor of Philadelphia. She is also survived by her younger brothers, Everett (Hopley) of Tampa, Fla., and Richard (Dick) of Charlotte, N.C.
A memorial service will be held at Crosspoint United Methodist Church, 430 Colonial Road, Harrisburg, on Saturday, August 29, at 11 a.m.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made either to the Alzheimer's Assocication (www.alz.org ) or to the ASPCA (www.aspca.org).
1958 - James Simpson
1958 - Nancy Smith Peterson - Died December 2004
1958 - Edward Nelson Spitler - (9/6/2012) - Buried in Quantico National Cemetery, Quantico, VA Section 28, site 935
1958 - Rebecca Sproles
1958 - Sandy Stevens Doty - (4/8/2010)
1958 - Eugene "Gene" Stillwell
1958 - Suzanne Thomason Hutchinson
1958 - Joy Toadvine MacDonald - (12/24/2014)
1958 - David Trivett - Died April, 1978. Buried at National Memorial Park, Falls Church, VA
1958 - Barbara Vest - (9/5/2007) - It is believed that at the time of her death she had changed her name to legally to Nicole N. Williams. She died in Augusta, GA while living with her daughter.
1958 - David Wakefield - (11/12/2004) - Buried Arlington National Cemetery
1958 - Carmen Wegener Gates - (10/11/2004) - GATES, CARMEN W. (Age 64) - Formerly of Great Falls, VA on October 11, 2004. She was an animal behaviorist specializing with dog behavior and training, and was a member of the Great Falls United Methodist Church. She was the daughter of John and Clara McGoon Wegener; wife of Wayne R. Gates; mother of Paul and Michael Gates and Stacy Nelson; sister of Terry Wegener and Sandy Silver; grandmother of five. Friends will be received Monday, October 18 from 12 Noon until time of Memorial Service at 1 p.m. in the NOLL FUNERAL HOME, INC., 333 Third St., Beaver, PA. Because of Carmen's love for dog, memorial contributions may be made if desired to a charity that benefits animal.
Published in The Washington Post on Oct. 15, 2004
1956 - Mary Ellen Williams Ireland - (11/15/2015) - Mary Ellen Ireland, 77, passed away peacefully, in her home, on Saturday, November 15th, 2015, after a year long battle with stage 4 Pancreatic cancer. She was born September 16, 1938, in Washington DC, to the late Bernice and Robert Lee Williams. In 1957, she married James T. Ireland, in Arlington, Virginia, while he was served in the United States Air Force, at the Pentagon. The couple then moved to Goldsboro, North Carolina, from 1959 to 1965, before Jim received transfer orders to Hawaii, from 1965 to 1968. They returned back to Virginia, in 1969, where Jim retired from the United States Air Force in 1974. Mary Ellen worked in an office administrative role for the government for ten years, and other small companies in their travels before becoming a housewife, and raising two children. They moved from Chantilly, Virginia, to Melbourne, Florida, in December of 1994. Mary Ellen then re-entered the office administration industry for brief stints at Pulte Homes, and All Around Condo Management, to keep her busy. Mary Ellen was a devoted Protestant and very active with the Faith Fellowship Church, in Melbourne. She is survived by her husband of 58 years, James Theodore; two children, Gregory James & wife, Lisa, and Lori Ellen; four grandchildren, Michael Collin & wife, Kasey, and Christopher Michael, Amanda Leigh Cowart, Zach, and wife, Jennifer Nash; and six great grandchildren, Landon William, Mercedes and McKenzie Cook, Austin, Madison and Jaxon Cowart; and one great great grandchild, Dixie Cook. She will be sadly missed by many and all. Viewing will be held Wednesday, Nov 18th, at Beach Funeral Home, located at 4999 North Wickham Road, across from Home Depot, from 5 to 7pm. There will be a church service on Thursday, November 19th, starting at 1pm at Faith Fellowship Church, 2820 Business Center Blvd. A graveside service at Cape Canaveral National Cemetery, is to be determined at a later date.
1958 - Jerry Williams - - Died of leukemia about a year after graduation.
1958 - Sandra Withers Budd - (9/13/2015) - Of Lorton,
Virginia, formerly of Los Gatos, California. Died on Sunday, September
13, 2015. Loving wife of the late Robert Budd. Devoted mother of Karen
Duffy and Ken Budd, both of Burke, Virginia. Mother-in-law of William
Duffy, Sr., and Karen Budd. Sister of Ken Withers. Adoring grandmother
of William Duffy, Jr., Kathleen Hovell, and Lauren Duffy.
Funeral services will be held at Burke United Methodist Church, 6200 Burke Centre Parkway, Burke, Virginia on Friday, September 18, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. Interment Fairfax Memorial Park.
1958 - James W "Jay" Woolard - (7/13/2007) - James W. Woolard, 67, died Wed., July 4, 2007.
He was a loving husband, father, and friend. He is survived by his wife, Debbie Woolard; sons, James Woolard, Jr. and wife, Michelle; Michael Woolard and wife, Jolee; daughter, Julie Woolard; seven grandchildren, Sarah, Audrey, Sam, Violet, Alyssa, Haylee and Katie Woolard.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society or the American Lung Association.
Arrangements by Brown-Wynne Funeral Home, St. Mary's Street.
Copyright (c) 2007 The News and Observer
1958 - Roxanne Workman - - Died in 2003 in San Antonio, TX
1958 - Nancy Elaine Wynkoop Weaver - - Died in 1964
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1959 - Kenneth Adams - - Died of liver failure in Mechanicsville, PA.
1959 - Philip Gordan Adams
1959 - Rebecca Ashley Harris
1959 - Betty Atkinson Favre - (1/18/1996)
1959 - Janet Axtell Burnett - (8/5/2006) - Janet Axtell Burnett - Of Woodbridge, VA passed away August 5, 2006. Beloved wife of 46 years to George Burnett, Sr. Survivors include her children, Oebi Burnett, Montclair, VA, George Burnett, Jr. (Melissa), Alexandria VA and Tammy Kohlbecker (Thomas), Lake Ridge, VA. She is also survived by sister, Jean Corish, Lynchburg VA; grandchildren, Trey and Jessica Burnett, Lindsey and Matthew Kohlbecker. A gathering will he held August 10, 2006, where the family will be present from 10:30 a.m. to 11 :30 a.m. at MILLER FUNERAL HOME, 3200 Golansky Blvd., Woodbridge VA, where services will begin at 11:30 a.m. Contributions and donations to OWL Fire Department, 1 County Complex Court, Woodbridge, VA 22192.
Published in The Washington Post from Aug. 8 to Aug. 9, 2006
1959 - Guy Battiste - (10/23/1991)
1959 - William "Bill" E Baughman - (1/22/2012) - BAUGHMAN, William OBITUARY William E. Baughman DOB April 8, 1941 Philadelphia, PA William E. Baughman, age 70, of Atlanta, Georgia, died January 22, 2012 of cardiac arrest. Born in Philadelphia, Bill grew up in Arlington, Virginia, graduating form Wakefield High School, followed by securing undergraduate and master's criminal justice degrees from Florida State University and Sam Houston State University respectively. During his undergraduate years he was member of Alpha Tau Omega social fraternity in Tallahassee and Lambda Alpha Epsilon, a national law enforcement professional fraternity. In the mid-sixties, and between his university pursuits, he enlisted in the U.S. Army, entered OCS at Ft. Benning and was commissioned as a Lieutenant in the Military Police Corps. He served as the commander of the post stockade at the Presidio of San Francisco. Bill moved to Atlanta in 1971 following graduate school to accept a position with the Georgia Department of Corrections where he subsequently held many administrative and management positions during his career culminating in his retirement in 2001. During his correctional career, he served as President of the Southern States Correctional Association and was one of the founders of the Georgia Correctional Association in which he served as its first President. He was also an active member of the American Correctional Association. Additionally, he was a charter member of the Criminal Justice Alumni Association of the Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas. He thoroughly enjoyed his hobbies of fly fishing for North Georgia trout, woodworking and performing magic. Bill was a member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians. He is survived by his wife Jerrie, and their two children - daughter Alana, a legal assistant who lives in Statesboro, and son James, a track worker with CSX, and his wife Veronica who live in Dallas and two grandsons, Ethan and Elijah. Express condolences at www.wagesandsons.com.
1959 - William Beatty - (11/15/2008) - Buried Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, FL - Sec 2B Row 1B Site 29
1959 - Rita Bergner Terry - (12/25/2010) - Rita Bergner Terry passed away on Christmas Day in Columbia after suffering a severe stroke. She resided in Columbia, Missouri for 36 years. She was born in Madison, WI on April 22, 1942. She lived briefly during WWII in Boston, MA, where her father served in the Navy. After the war, her family moved to Arlington, VA, where she attended school, graduating from Wakefield High School in June 1959. She graduated from Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA, and was a member of the Phi Mu Sorority. Following graduation, she worked for the National Geographic Society in Washington, DC, where she met her husband, Arthur Terry. With their daughter Lynne, they lived for several years in Rochester, NY, and then moved to Missouri after a faculty appointment for her husband at the University of Missouri. She would often joke with friends from the East that living in MO was not something she would have planned, since before she moved here, she thought Missouri was flat—until she saw how the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers had created bluffs and hills, and she became to love this state.
In Columbia she worked as a Writer Editor/Librarian for the Climate Applications Branch of the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA/NESDIS) for 17 years. During this period she also received a master’s degree in Library Science for the University of Missouri. Visitors from all over the world came to learn techniques for using data from the weather satellites in crop indices to plan for food shortages in developing countries. The indices could not quantify production but could qualify the current season as a good or bad year. She later worked at the University Hospital as an editor and completed her professional career at the Harry S. Truman Veteran’s Administration Hospital.
After retirement from the Federal Civil Service, she enjoyed volunteering at the Missouri State Historical Society and the Central Missouri Humane Society, singing in her church choir and in Columbia Chorale (a community chorus), gardening, reading, needlework and feeding the birds and deer that visited her yard. Rita remained active in the Midway Locust Grove Methodist Church and the United Methodist Women. She enjoyed cooking and was noted for her good food and confections. In the last year she had enjoyed extensive travel, and had just returned from London. She is survived by her daughter, Lynne Hooper, of Hartsburg, MO, and numerous friends.
She met David Sliney at her 50th reunion, and that led to a very close relationship; and they travelled extensively in the last year. They had just returned from London when she suffered a stroke.
1959 - Jack Breeden
1959 - Joyce Brenner Stellar - - Died of leukemia at age 59 in Los Angeles in April 2000.
1959 - Steve Broadstone - (10/31/2010) - Stephen Noel Broadstone, 69, was suddenly taken from us on October 31, 2010. He was born in Houston,
Texas on December 5, 1940, to Harold L. and Doris L. Broadstone. Steve grew up in Houston and later attended Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia. He then attended the University of Maryland and afterward went to work for the Federal Government in Washington D. C. for several years. Afterward, Steve moved to Houston and worked for the VA Hospital for many years until he retired July 1, 2000. Steve moved to Galveston 12 years ago in 1998 and never looked back. He enjoyed memberships in the Galveston Historic Foundation, the Jean Laffite Society, East End Historic District, and the Silk Stocking Historic District.
Steve is preceded in death by his parents and is survived by his brother, Ronald C. Broadstone, of The Woodlands, TX; and by several cousins. He will be missed by his beloved pets: dog, Bonnie Blu, and cats, Sue Ella, Lulubelle, and Beauregard; and his loving extended family of friends.
Visitation will be held on Friday, November 5, 2010, from 6:00 until 8:00 pm, at Malloy & Son Funeral Home, 3028 Broadway, in Galveston. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 am on Saturday, November 6, 2010, at Malloy & Son Funeral Home with Reverend Paul Wehner officiating. Burial will follow at Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery in Houston.
Honorary pallbearers will be Bob and Ella Lossow.
1959 - Gail M Brown Blaine - (11/14/2003) - Gail died Friday, November 14, 2003 at her residence. She was a realtor for over 12 years. Survivors include her husband of 44 years, Lanny S. Blaine, and two daughters, Lori Marie Mason and Stacy Blaine Oliveri. She also had three grandchildren, 2 boys and a girl.
1959 - Charles H Burke III - (9/11/2005) - Charlie was 63 years old, born in Washington, DC in 1942 and resided in North Arlington, VA. Passed away on September 11, 2005 after a long battle with lung cancer. He was a kind, understanding and gentle man who will be greatly missed by his family and many friends. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Rachel Van Dyke of the former Panama Canal Zone; father of Chuck, Steven and Tammy Burke; grandfather of Kayla, Kirsten and Tony Burke; brother of Tom and Jim Burke; brother-in-law of Maureen and Diana. He is also survived by his nieces and nephew, Tiffany, Linda and Bruce Burke; aunts and uncles, Tim Norvell, Mary Dodson, Dorothy Brown and Evelyn Scott, and many cousins. Friends may call at the MURPHY FUNERAL HOME OF ARLINGTON, 4510 Wilson Blvd. on Wednesday, September 14, from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. with Recitation of Prayers at 7:30 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, at St. Ann's Catholic Church, 1910 N. Frederick St., Arlington, VA. Interment Quantico National Cemetery at 2 p.m. Charlie served in the U.S. Air Force Security Services from 1960 to 1964. He was retired from the U.S. Postal Service in Merrifield, VA, worked for Tysons Flower Affair for over 10 years and delivered the Washington Post, Falls Church, VA for his distributor Mr. Thomas Francis from 1982 to 2004. Those wishing to do so may make contributions in his memory to the American Cancer Fund.
1959 - George Carey - (3/6/1984) - Died of cardic arrest.
1959 - John "Pete" Carmichael - Died September 2012.
1959 - Jeanne Chambers Smith - (11/19/2015)
1959 - Micheal Cole - - We are saddened to share the news that our dear friend and colleague of many years, Michael F. Cole, passed away on May 17, 2014. Michael will be greatly missed by all of us at Bergeson & Campbell, P.C. (B&C ©), where he worked for the past 14 years. Michael's devotion to legal scholarship, relentless good cheer, passion for his family, and encyclopedic understanding of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have made an indelible mark on all of us at B&C and he will be missed greatly.
Michael was a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Vanderbilt University, and a Root-Tilden Scholar graduate of New York University Law School. Michael was drawn to an FDA practice early in his distinguished career. He served as a lawyer with Johnson & Johnson, was Vice President and General Counsel at the Health Industry Manufacturers Association, and was elevated to partner status at two law firms, Paul, Hastings, Janofski & Walker and McDermott, Will & Emery.
In all of his professional affiliations, Michael comported himself with the utmost dignity, legal excellence, and tireless devotion to clients and their needs. When he was not working, which he loved to do, Michael could be spotted reading a book over lunch or coffee (Michael was a voracious reader), sharing photos of his sons and adorable grandchildren, or regaling us with tales of his most recent golf outing, which he loved.
In the finest traditions of the legal profession, Michael was a gifted teacher and loved to share his knowledge, work ethic, and passion for the law with junior lawyers and other professionals in the firm. Michael never tired of tackling new legal issues as the food and drug law matured, and was uniquely gifted in identifying novel ways of looking at fact patterns and eliciting ingenious legal theories to resolve challenges. Michael was a lawyer's lawyer to the end.
All of us at B&C have greatly appreciated the opportunity of working with Michael, sharing in his love of the practice of law, and have been honored all these years to call him our colleague and friend. He will be missed, and never forgotten.
1959 - Barbara "Bobbi" Coulter Rich - (12/23/1987)
1959 - Anthony Davenport - (5/5/2014) - Anthony "Tony" Davenport, 74, of Kapolei, Hawaii, passed away on May 5, 2014. He was born in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Tony is a Retired Air Force Major. He is survived by his wife, Kathleen "Kathy" Davenport; son, Patrick Singley of New Orleans; step-daughters, Caroline Davis and Catherine Davis; sister, Shannon Davenport; 3 grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held on June 4, 2014 at Borthwick Mortuary - Makai Chapel, Pastor Brandon Ahu officiating. Visitation will be at 9am and service will begin at 10am. Military Burial with Honors to follow at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific at 1pm.
Aloha attire or motorcycle wear suggested. Flowers are welcomed.
Donations to help support Tony's family are being gratefully accepted: http://www.youcaring.com/medical-fundraiser/aloha-giving-for-tony/119099
Or please consider becoming a Blood Donor or registering with the National Bone Marrow Registry.
1959 - Jeff Davis - (11/8/2007)
1959 - Julian Dolan - Died february 1982 of a stroke in Ronceverte, WV
1959 - Dianne Lee Dudley Thomasson - (2/20/2000)
1959 - Rosemary Durling Hajarian - Died of a brain tumor in Gaithersburg, MD
1959 - Susi Eigen Krebs - (5/29/1998) - Died of cancer.
1959 - Susan Fairchild Buynitzky - (7/17/2010) - On July 17, 2010, Susan Fairchild Buynitzky returned to her beloved Virginia. She leaves her much loved husband Frederic Albert Buynitzky; two sons, James Edward Buynitzky and William David Buynitzki; and three adored grandchildren, Edward Mitchell, Nicholas James and Tatiana Grace. Mrs. Buynitzki has been a member of ASAC since its inception.
1959 - Leslie Clinton Ferris - Died in January 2014
1959 - Jefferson E Fowler - (1/12/2007)
1959 - Lester Francis - Lester E. Bud Francis, 72, passed away January 5, 2014 at his home in Jacksonville, Florida. Born in Washington, DC and raised in Arlington, VA, he has been a resident of Jacksonville for the last 16 years having moved from Charleston, SC. Bud retired as VP of Ceres Marine Terminal after many years and is a member of the Jacksonville chapter of USMMA. He was a communicant of Holy Spirit Catholic Church where he was also a member of the Men’s Club. Preceded in death by his parents and son, Kevin Francis, he is survived by his wife, Patricia Francis; daughter, Maribeth Crooks (Brian) of Leesburg, VA; son, Christopher Francis (Linda) of Virginia Beach, VA; grandchildren, Lauren Francis, Samantha Francis, Sean Crooks, Matthew Crooks, Nicholas Francis and Meghan Crooks; brothers, Gerald Francis of Burlington, NC and Roy Francis of Marshall, VA. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association at www.diabetes.org.
Published in the Florida Times-Union on Jan. 8, 2014
1959 - George William Funkhouser - (4/14/1993)
Billy Funkhouser was one of a kind. He was always laughing and joking around and having a good time. Bill died in 1993 from a heart problem. When the 1959 baseball was electing the co captains, Billy organized a write in votes for Mickey Mouse and Mort Irwin was none too happy when he counted the ballots. But that was Billy and in spite of that, he was one of the co captains. He could pitch and play any other baseball position. He and I were in junior college together. I remember Billy threw eleven straight innings of no hit baseball, over a two game period. Bill went on to pitch at Shepherd College and graduated in 1963. He then was a Marine officer and served in Vietnam. Later Billy coached baseball at a couple of high schools in Fairfax County. He may not have won many championships, but his players loved playing for him. That to me is an ultimate compliment. To Billy, you were always his friend. When our paths crossed we would talk about being together and some of the things we did in college. Most of those stories can be told in the setting. – Classmate Tom Hawkins
1959 - Earl H Geil - (11/3/2006) - Lt. Col. Earl H. Geil, USAF retired, 65, of Panama City, Fla., passed away Friday, Nov. 3, 2006, at Gulf Coast Medical Center following a courageous fight against the ravages of Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy. He was born in Washington, D.C., on June 22, 1941, to Glenn Wallace Geil and his wife, Florence Case Geil. He retired to Bay County in 1988. He graduated from the University of Virginia, and received his master's of science degree from the University of Southern California. He was an active caver during his college days. His love of vertical caving resulted in his invention of the water-cooled rappel spool. He was named "Fellow" of the National Speleological Society. He entered the United States Air Force in 1964 and served as a reconnaissance pilot, earning his 100 missions patch for reconnaissance flights over North Vietnam in the RF-4. Upon returning to the States, he flew the F-106 and the F-5. Favorite assignments included 5th Fighter Interceptor Squadron (FIS) at Minot, N.D.; reconnaissance adviser to the Royal Thai Air Force in Bangkok, Thailand; chief of maintenance 318th FIS, Tacoma, Wash.; chief of tactical evaluation, NATO/AIRSOUTH, Naples, Italy; and commander, 325th Aircraft Generation Squadron, Tyndall AFB, for the conversion from the F-106 to the F-15. His decorations include the Distinguished Flying Cross and numerous other commendations and awards for his service. Following his retirement to Bay County, Earl was the owner/broker of Emerald Coast Realty, Inc., an active member of the Bay County Board of Realtors, and named Realtor of the Year. He also was an owner of the Chefs' Shoppe. Earl was a member of Arlington Forest Methodist Church in Arlington, Va., The Red River Valley Fighter Pilots Association and the Ancient & Secret Order of Quiet Birdmen. He was predeceased by his parents; and his sons, John Andrew Geil and James Michael Geil. Survivors include his wife of 42 years, Margaret "Peggy" Burnley Geil; daughter, Tamara "Tammy" Smith and husband, Scott; grandchildren, Reagan MacKenzie Smith and Keegan Reid Smith, all of Panama City; his brother, Robert Geil and wife, Sue, of Las Vegas, Nev.; his sister, Lois Phelps and husband, Harvey, of Pond Creek, Okla.; nephews and nieces, Marcia Geil and Eric Geil of Las Vegas, Harvey Phelps III of Dallas, Texas, and Rebecca Halcom and husband, Sam, of Pond Creek, Okla.; and numerous cousins. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today, Nov. 8, 2006, at the Kent-Forest Lawn Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. David Warren officiating. Interment with full military honors by the United States Air Force will follow at Forest Lawn Memorial Cemetery. Pallbearers are friends from elementary school, Richard Marshall, John Ouderkirk and Charles Rayfield; and military friends, Mike Alvord, Jim Dove, Paul Robinson, T.C. Thompson and Jack Walker. Honorary pallbearers are the men and women of the Red River Valley Fighter Pilots Association Tyndall Pack and Quiet Birdmen. Flowers will be accepted, or donations in Lt. Col. Geil's name may be made either to the Air Warrior Courage Foundation, P.O. Box 1916, Harrisonburg, VA 22801, or the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Expressions of sympathy may be submitted on our Web site at www.kentforestlawn.com. Kent-Forest Lawn Funeral Home Panama City, Fla. 32405 2403 Harrison Ave. 763-4694
1959 - John Edward "Jack" Germas - (3/24/1979) - Here is a brief note on my friend Jack Germas whose picture has been on my office wall for years and died in 1979.
A few months after graduation, and after saving a few bucks, Jack set off in a surplus WWII jeep with Frank French and myself for several months travel through Central and South America. We were stranded in Columbia when our jeep wrecked. Jack was my classmate at UVA after we returned and later received his degree from George Mason University. He married a good friend, Elaine Kent in 1965. He subsequently received a Masters and PhD degree in Psychology from Memphis State University. Jack then worked as a research scientist at the Armed Forces Radiobiological Research Institute in Bethesda. He became ill in 1975 with cancer, as did 5 of his 7 coworkers. He fought it for four years, but died in in 1979 leaving his wife and two children. Frank and I still miss him. He was a special, decent person who thrived in every minute of his life. – Classmate Tom Harward
1959 - William D Gideon - Bill died in March 1981 in a scuba diving accident. He was one of the founding members of the Dale City Volunteer Fire Department and the Fire Chief for a while. In the Potomac Mills section of Prince William County there is a Gideon Drive which was named in honor of Bill.
Buried in National Memorial Park, Falls Church, VA Section w
1959 - Douglas Gohrband - (8/10/2010) - FLORENCE, S.C. - Mr. Douglas N. Gohrband, 69, of Chatham Place, Florence, SC, entered into rest August 10, 2010. Services will be private. Mr. Gohrband was born in Waynesville, North Carolina, having made Florence his home for the past 22 years. He was a Technician Representative with the Xerox Corporation with 30 years of service. Mr. Gohrband was a U. S. Army Veteran, a member of the Oakdale Country Club, Florence , SC, an avid golfer and loved to deep sea fish. Survivors include a son, Barry W. Gohrband, Fredericksburg, VA; three daughters, Donna M. Ciserano, Beech Island, SC, Pamela S. Middleton and Sandra L. Sekely, both of Bristow, VA; a brother, Allan Gohrband, Potomac, MD; six grandchildren, Sean Valentini, Andrew Ciserano, Kaitlyn Gohrband, Justin Gohrband, Melanie Gohrband and Ryan Sekely. Memorials may be made to the charity of the donor's choice. Posey Funeral Directors of North Augusta in charge of arrangements (803-278-1181). Visit the registry online at www.poseyfuneralhome.com . Sign the guestbook at AugustaChronicle.com
The Augusta Chronicle-August 12, 2010
1959 - James Joseph Gorman - (12/29/2001) - The Denver Post, Denver, Colorado - March 4, 2002
James Joseph "Jimmy Jo" Gorman, 60, of Denver, a financial salesman, died December 29 in Denver. Services will be in March in Arlington National Cemetery. There was cremation. He was born October 2, 1941, in Arlington, Virginia. He served in the Marine Corps during the Vietnam War. On April, 28, 1998, he married Morna Ann Sanau in Aurora, Colorado. He is survived by his wife; two daughters, Michelle Hoffman and Coleen Allen, both of Parker, Colorado; a brother, Micheal, Apex, North Carolina; a caregiver, Teresa Gorman; and three grandchildren.
1959 - John Peter Hagan - Died of cancer in the mid 1960s
1959 - Hugh Heckman - (6/25/2003) - Capt. US Air Force. Buried Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA - Sec 5-LL Row 16 Site 6
1959 - David Imel Hickman - Died in November 1970 While in Canada training air navigators.
1959 - Gene Edward Hickman – 8/8/2015 – Gene Edward Hickman,
75, of Sunset Beach, NC went to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus
Christ, Saturday, August 8, 2015, at his home surrounded by his loving
Gene was born March 14, 1940 in Wilmington, NC, the son of Marie and Vernie Hickman. Gene was a veteran of the United States Navy, having served as Petty Officer 3rd Class from 1959-1963. After his service, he settled in Arlington, VA, where he entered the IBEW LU#26 NJATC Electrical Apprenticeship School in 1963. He served as a General Foreman until his retirement in 1999.
Gene met his wife Gloria on a blind date arranged by his mother Marie and Gloria’s sister Lorena. They had worked together at the C&P Telephone Company in Washington DC. It took several phone calls to convince Gloria to agree to the blind date. Gene and Gloria soon discovered they had many things in common and pursued a second date. According to God’s plan, the rest is history. Gene and Gloria had 53 beautiful years together, and had two children, Teresa Marie and Douglas Gene.
Gene accepted Jesus Christ as a small child, and rededicated his life in 1975. He raised his children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord, and never failed to testify of the Lord to everyone he met. He was a godly father who talked the talk and walked the walk. He was a dear friend and counselor to many, and a faithful prayer warrior.
Gene is survived by his wife Gloria; daughter Teresa and husband Jeff Kyer; their children Jeffrey, Jesse, Morgan and Bailie; his son Douglas and wife Laura, their children Leah, Austin, Jason and Cole; great-grandchildren Jadyn, Jordan Janna, Julius and Brantley; and his oldest sister Dawn Marie McLain.
Gene is predeceased by his parents, Marie and Vernie Hickman, his younger sister Fran Harrelson, and grandson Joshua Andrew Kyer.
1959 - Harry Hittle - (10/17/2011) - Harry McArthur Hittle, age 69 of Nokesville, VA died on Monday, October 17, 2011 at Manassas Health and Rehab Center. He was a retired Police Officer for Prince William County Police Department. He was preceded in death by his parents Brig. Gen James D. Hittle and Edna Jane Smith Hittle. Survivors include his children Marc Hittle and wife Carilyn of Manassas and Marci Flis and husband Jeff of Fairfax; his brother Jim Hittle of Colorado Springs, Colorado and by his grandchildren Kodi Taylor and Haylee Ezzell, William Ezzell, Paige Ezzell, Melissa Flis and Nicole Flis. The family will receive friends at Pierce Funeral Home, 9609 Center Street, Manassas, VA on Wednesday, October 19,2011 from 2-4 and 6-8 PM where funeral services will be held on Thursday, October 20, 2011 at 12:30 P.M. Interment Stonewall Memory Gardens. In lieu of flowers the family suggest donations be made to Officer Down Memorial Page, P.O. Box 1047, Fairfax, VA 22038-1047 in memory of Harry Hittle. Condolences may be sent to www.piercefh.com.
1959 - Wilson Hockman - Died in February 1976
1959 - Robert Hogan - (3/27/1988) - Buried National Memorial Park, Falls Church, VA - Plot HH 103 3
1959 - Wayne M Hostetler - (7/8/2001) - Buried National Memorial Park, Falls Church, VA
1959 - Alene Howard
1959 - Benjamin D Huff
1959 - Andy Kimball
1959 - Sarah Larkin Williams - (7/15/2011) - A visitation for Sarah Larkin Williams, 69, will be held Saturday, July 23, 2011, from 4-6 p.m. at Dunbar Funeral Home, Devine Street Chapel. Interment will be in Columbia Gardens in Arlington, Va., at a later date.
Ms. Williams passed away peacefully Friday, July 15, 2011, at the home of her daughter in Wake Forest, N.C., after a year-long courageous battle with cancer. Born July 29, 1941, in Raleigh, N.C., she was the daughter of the late Richard and Sarah Larkin.
Sarah began her teaching career at Hammond School in 1984. She taught in the Lower, Middle and Upper Schools for over 27 years, dedicating herself to working with her students. Although she taught English for many years, her true love was teaching Latin. Recently Hammond honored her by giving the Hammond chapter of the National Junior Society her namesake.
Along with her career at Hammond, Sarah’s great joy came from her grandchildren and numerous close friends. She enjoyed her monthly dinners with The Gourmet Club, outings with her Hammond family and being a great Nana. These friends genuinely loved her, providing comfort and support throughout Sarah’s illness. In her own words, they are “absolutely fabulous.
Surviving are her sons, Christopher Bové (Julie) of Bristow, Va., Jonathan Bové of Columbia; daughter, Kerry Flowers (Kenny) of Wake Forest; grandchildren, Delaney Flowers, Logan Flowers, Kennedy Flowers and Meghan Bové; sister, Linda L. Korte (Ed) of Weaverville, N.C.; brother, Richard Larkin (Barbara) of Reston, Va.
She was deeply loved and will be missed but lives forever in our hearts and memories.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society.
The family would like to express their deepest thanks to the S.C Oncology Associates, especially Dr. Leland McElveen, Kim Dewitt and chemotherapy nurses, Allison and Nancy. The family would also like to express their gratitude to the excellent team of therapists from Palmetto Health Homecare for their great care and support given over the past few months.
1959 - Michael Lintner - - Died in April 1973
1959 - Orville B Lynn
1959 - Clinton J Mangum
1959 - Susan Maxwell Peterschmidt - Died June 1991
1959 - Ellen McIntosh Howe - (2/24/2009) - Buried Crownsville Veterans Cemetery, Crownsville, MD - Section 2D2 Row 16 Site 6
1959 - Norma Meyers Lung - (1/9/2012) - Norma M. Lung, 70, of Hendersonville, died Monday, January 09, 2012 at Four Seasons Elizabeth House. She was a daughter of the late Norman T. and Hilda I. Meyers.
She was a member of Hendersonville First United Methodist Church.
Surviving is her husband Paul H. Lung; a daughter Sharon Alicea; two sons Kevin Lung and Kirk Lung; and a grandson Justin Alicea.
A memorial service will be held at 1:00pm Saturday in the Kirby Chapel of Shuler Funeral Home. Rev. Dan Martin will officiate. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Four Seasons Compassion for Life, 571 South Allen Road, Flat Rock, NC 28731.
1959 - Tom Michel - - Larger than life legend Tom Michel passes
Tom Michel, died on Monday. A member of the school's sports Hall of Fame, Michel played for the Pirates from 1960-63. The photo is from the Sept. 21, 1963, game program,for the East Carolina-Wake Forest match-up that christened Ficklen Stadium.
By Ron Cherubini - Staff reports and an ECU Athletics release contributed to this article.
If you were anywhere near what was then East Carolina College in 1963, you know or have heard of Tom Michel. That year in Pirate lore belonged to the Goliath-like fullback that made the Clarence Stasavich Single Wing fly.
On Monday, the Pirate community lost another great warrior when William Thomas Michel passed away.
“Oh, my… I am stunned,” former Pirates coach and administrator Dr. Henry VanSant said. “Tom has got to be one of the greatest fullbacks to ever play at East Carolina, no question about it. He was a hard player and a good person and good friend. He really loved the game and being around it."
Read the ECU news release announcing Michel's passing.
To his coaches, Michel was a pioneer, a bold example of a truly elite player choosing to blaze his trail in the dawn of a new era for East Carolina's then-fledgling but ambitious program.
“Fair to say, he was one of the first really great football players at ECU,” VanSant said. “We had some earlier, of course, guys like James Speight and Glenn Bass, but Tom was one of the very first NFL football players that we had from East Carolina.”
To his teammates, particularly the underclassmen, he was a player to take note of.
“Yes, he was larger than life to some of us,” backfield mate Jerry Tolley recalled of his former teammate. “I remember when I was a true freshman, I was there with all the other freshmen and Tom looked like a big offensive tackle to me and I remarked to someone they have some big linemen here and he said, ‘No Jerry, he is our fullback.’
“I remember when I was a freshman and not dressing out, we played against Indiana University of Pennsylvania in Greenville and I remember from my viewpoint, Tom had such an outstanding game. I remember it because I wrote my first college English paper on Tom Michel and the game he had that evening. He was so big and fast.”
Michel came to East Carolina from Arlington, VA, and was an outstanding tailback in Jack Boone’s offense in 1960-61 and then starred for Clarence Stasavich in 1962-63.
It was ’63, however, when he led the team with 830 yards rushing, paving the way for a 9-1 season, culminating in a 27-6 win over Northeastern in the Eastern Bowl, played in Allentown, PA. In that game, Michel scored the game’s first touchdown on a 15-yard carry and then scored again on an 82-yard run off a fake lateral.
Just two points separated that 1963 team from a perfect season.
Michel was part of so many Pirates firsts, including the team’s first Bowl victory in that 1963 season. He was also the first player to score a touchdown in Ficklen Stadium.
He was a leader on the first team to beat an Atlantic Coast Conference foe, which happened to be in the Pirates' first game against an ACC school — which happened to be played in the first game in the then-new Ficklen Stadium.
In that Sept. 21, 1963 game, Michel piled up 120 yards in a 20-10 victory over Wake Forest — which featured a player of its own destined for fame by the name of Brian Piccolo — in front of 17,000 galvanized Pirates fans.
Michel garnered a Little All-America nomination as well as a place on the coveted all-State team that year.
“I never think of Tom without thinking of him in that Ficklen Dedication Game against Wake Forest,” VanSant said. “He scored all three touchdowns that game.
“Tom was more on the quiet side. He just wasn’t a rah-rah type of guy, but when you gave Tom Michel the ball and he broke the line of scrimmage, it was all over.”
While he was a star on the gridiron, Michel also left his mark on the Pirates track program, piling up five medals at the NAIA Championships in 1962, including one in the 100 yard dash, an event in which Michel regularly clocked 9.6's.
His stature belied the fierce competitor and gifted talent he was.
“Tom was funny because he looked like a pulling guard,” VanSant recalled. “He was a little round… a little pudgy, not the long lean type, but he was 6-0 tall and he could fly.”
A superior talent coming out of ECU, Michel established another Pirate milestone when he was the first drafted in 1964 by the Oakland Raiders (19th round) in the AFL draft and the Minnesota Vikings in the NFL draft (14th round). He chose the Vikings, where he went on to play for legendary coach Norm VanBrocklin. There, Michel excelled right out of the gate as a regular with the Vikings, but he eventually saw his career shortened by injuries incurred during that first season.
He went on to be inducted in the East Carolina University Athletics Hall of Fame in 1978.
Michel married his college sweetheart, the former Jean Crain — niece of Harold Crain, co-owner of the Durham company that built Ficklen Stadium. Michel once lovingly retold the story of how he met his Jean, saying, "I met my wife in the cafeteria at East Carolina and she beat me in a food fight."
He would later get to enjoy the East Carolina football experience all over again when his son, Billy, suited up for the Pirates from 1986-88. The younger Michel had a stellar career in the trenches for the Pirates, playing offensive line.
With so much invested in Greenville in his life, Michel remained in the community, close to his alma mater, working for the U.S. Postal Service for 33 years before recently retiring.
Indeed, on Monday, a great Pirate legend died.
“He was one of my (Pirate) heroes when he I got there,” Tolley recalled. “Tom was the epitome of what an East Carolina player was and should be.”
According to the obituary in the Greenville Daily Reflector, a private family service will be held. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the East Carolina University Educational Foundation, 304 Ward Sports Medicine Building, Greenville, NC 27858; or the American Diabetes Association, P.O. Box 1131, Fairfax, VA 22038-1131.
Funeral arrangements are being coordinated by Wilkerson Funeral Home & Crematory of Greenville.
1959 - Sharon S Mobley Reynolds - - Died January 2012
1959 - H John Ouderkirk - (1/11/2012) - John Ouderkirk grew up in Arlington, Virginia. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in Pre-Law and Political Science in 1963. He was in the Naval ROTC and received his commission in the US Navy upon graduation. He married his college sweetheart, Martha Fisher, at Christmas time of the same year. John attended Naval Flight School in Pensacola, Florida, and Corpus Christi, Texas, and was designated a Naval Aviator. He was then stationed Airantisubmarine Squadron 21 at the Naval Air Station North Island at San Diego, California. He flew two combat tours in the Vietnam War aboard the Aircraft Carrier USS Kearsarge, CVS-33. His decorations include The Air Medal with three stars and The Naval Commendation Medal with Combat "V". John attained the rank of Lieutenant Commander in the US Navy. In 1976 he received his Masters Degree in Business Administration in Real Estate Finance from Rutgers University. John was Captain with Trans World Airlines and Own/Broker of Ouderkirk & Associates, Inc., of Atlanta. He was a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity and has served as the first National Alumni Chairman, Founder and President of the Northern New Jersey Alumni Chapter, District Governor and Chapter Counselor. Fraternal awards include the Sigma Phi Epsilon Distinguished Brother Award and the Sigma Phi Epsilon Citation. John was a member of Atlanta Country Club, The University of North Carolina Chancellors Club, The Civil War Roundtable and Peachtree Presbyterian Church. He was a Lifetime member of The Holland Society of New York. He served as the Regional President of Old South Branch. John was the editor and publisher of books including The Ouderkerk Family Genealogy from 1660, The Ouderkerk Family Genealogy, Volume II, in 1990, and The Ouderkerk Family Saga, 350 Years in America. He founded The Ouderkerk Family Genealogical Association and served as President, publishing quarterly Newsletters. John loved flying, travel, golf, Bridge, entertaining and being surrounded by family and friends. Throughout the years John and Martha shared their homes with fifteen teenagers for extended stays. In addition to his wife, John is survived by their three children, David Welman Ouderkirk, John Phillip Ouderkirk, M.D., and Katherine Michelle Qualey; Daughter-in-law Cari Finney Ouderkirk, M.D.; Grandchildren Sarah and Laura Ouderkirk, Jennifer, Michael, Brian, Kristin and Madison Qualey --- all of Atlanta. A Memorial Service will be held at Peachtree Presbyterian Church on Saturday, January 21st at 2:00pm with a reception following at Atlanta Country Club. In lieu of flowers the family has requested contributions be made to The Seekers Sunday School Class of Peachtree, The University of North Carolina Athletic Department or Metropolitan Hospice at Serenity Manor. Funeral arrangements by Sosebee Funeral Home . Interment at the Georgia National Cemetery in Canton.
1959 - James A Payne - - They life-flighted Jim downtown to Methodist Hospital Sunday afternoon, and the subsequent diagnosis was a ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm. The same top medical team that operated on him last April was waiting for him, and they took him straight into surgery where they found extensive damage and complications we didn’t know about. They believe that he also suffered a heart attack during the ER time at NorthWest Houston Methodist Hospital. The surgeon performed a 4.5 hour surgery to get him stabilized, and in the next 12 hours they took him back to surgery two more times. They got him into the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit but his condition continued to deteriorate until it was apparent there was nothing they could do to save him. They disconnected life support late Monday afternoon and he died within minutes. Please forgive this ‘group’ message, but he would want you to know about his passing. - Barbara Payne
1959 - Barbara Dianne Printz Grim - (7/1/2016) - GRIM, Barbara Dianne, resident of Tucson, left us on July 1, 2016. Her husband of 40 years, Walter Grim, passed in April. She is survived by her brother, John Printz, and stepdaughters Marlene, Pamela, Cori, Gina and Diane. The light of her warm, welcoming smile touched the lives of many. Along the way she worked as a summer intern in the Washington DC office of Senator Jacob Javits, graduated from James Madison University, and was a personal assistant to the president of the C & P Telephone Company before assuming a leadership position in the training division. Her retirement brought her and her husband to Tucson--a place they both loved so much, especially their patio view from the Catalina foothills of city lights beaming like clusters of stars. Family will lay her to rest at the family gravesite in York, PA. May the light shining on the faces of those who knew her remind them of the joy in hers.
1959 - William Pryor - (6/10/2004)
1959 - Eugene Joseph Rutkoski - (11/5/2012) - Obituary on cemetery web site: Eugene J. Rutkoski, 70, Spring Township, died Monday, Nov. 5, 2012, at home following a lengthy illness. He was the husband of Ann T. (Gormican), to whom he was married for 35 years. Born in Washington, DC, on June 4, 1942, he was a son of the late Ignatius and Latane (Smithdeal) Rutkoski. Eugene received his B.S.E. from the Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, and his M.B.A. from the University of Denver. He served in the U.S. Army from 1964 to 1966. Eugene was employed as a metallurgist at Inspiration Consolidated Copper Company, Inspiration, AZ; the former General Battery Corporation, Reading, PA, and as a private consultant before retiring in 1999. In addition to his wife, he is survived by three children: Jennifer A. of New York, NY, Thomas J. of Philadelphia, and Sarah E. of San Diego, CA. Other survivors include a brother, William M. Rutkoski of Chandler, AZ; and nieces and nephews. A Memorial Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday, Nov. 9 at 10 a.m. in the Chapel of Resurrection at Gethsemane Cemetery, 3139 Kutztown Road, (Muhlenberg Township) Reading, PA 19605. No public viewing. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the St. Ignatius Memorial Fund, 2810 St. Albans Drive, Sinking Spring, PA 19608 or the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Greater Delaware Valley Chapter, P.O. Box 8168, Philadelphia, PA 19101-8168. Edward J. Kuhn Funeral Home, Inc., West Reading, is in charge of arrangements.
1959 - Abigail A Salyers - - Abigail A. Salyers died at 11:56 PM in Urbana, Illinois, Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at the age of 70. She was known worldwide as a research scientist, author and professor at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Abigail attracted students from all over Illinois and the world. They appreciated her mastery of science, her intellect, her skills as a lecturer, mentor, and her unique sense of humor.
Abigail was born on December 24, 1942 in Louisville, KY to Robert K. and Loretta S. Salyers. Survivors include her life partner Jeffrey F. Gardner of Champaign, IL; daughter Georgia E. Will of Seal Beach, CA; brother Robert K. Salyers, of Louisville, KY; and sister Martha J. Salyers, of Ashville, NC.
Abigail began at Illinois in 1978 after an undergraduate degree in Mathematics (Phi Beta Kappa) in 1963 and a Ph.D. in Nuclear Physics in 1969 from George Washington University, Washington, D.C. After four years of teaching, research and tenure at St. Mary’s College in Maryland she switched fields by taking courses in Biochemistry and Microbiology and secured a second post-doctorate position in Biochemistry and Microbiology from Virginia Polytechnical Institute. She studied, taught and did research at VPI from 1973 to 1978.
She became the first female tenured professor in Microbiology at Illinois in 1983 and a full professor in 1988. While at Illinois, Abigail was named a University Scholar, Faculty Member of the Year in the College of Medicine, a Member of the Center for Advanced Study and an Affiliate in the Institute for Genomic Biology. She received the Pasteur Award for Research and Teaching, the All-Campus Award for Excellence in Teaching in the University of Illinois Medical School and the Golden Apple Award for Medical School Teaching on three occasions. She was named the G.William Arends Professor in Molecular and Cellular Biology from 2004 until she retired in 2012.
Among the books she authored are Bacterial Pathogenesis: A Molecular Approach, (by A. A. Salyers and Dixie Witt) first published in 1994 and now in its Third Edition. Bacterial Resistance to Antimicrobials, (by A.A. Salyers and co-authors) first published in 2002 and is now in its Second Edition. Revenge of the Microbes, (by A.A. Salyers and D. Witt) was published by 2005. It was a popular treatment of the latest scientific information in the fields of microbial pathegenesis and antibiotic resistance. It was intended for a broad audience.
Abigail was assisted in her research and publications by Research Associates Nadja B. Shoemaker, Gui Wang and over 30 Graduate Students working on their Ph.D.s and Masters Degrees in Microbiology at Illinois. Her 5 books, over 200 peer-reviewed research articles, reviews and chapters in books edited by others, were read by fellow microbiologists and biochemists everywhere. Her papers were cited widely (received over 5000 citations) by other scientists.
Abigail was President of the 40,000 member American Society for Microbiology in 2001-2002. Her research was supported by the Department of Energy and the National Institutes of Health. In recognition of her standing in the scientific community she served several terms as a member of National Institutes of Health panels that reviewed research grants. She was awarded an an honorary Doctorate from ETH University in Zurich, Switzerland in 2001. One of Abigail’s main interests was the diversity of micro-organisms on the planet. She was Co-Director of the Microbial Diversity Summer Course at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, MA for the summers of 1995-1999. Abigail and her co-director, Ed Ledbetter, modernized the course. The course was extremely popular and attracted graduate students and even university faculty members with a wide range of backgrounds from all over the world. Students performed field work to enrich for and to islolate a diverse array of microorganisms. They also used state of the art laboratory technology to study the biochemistry and genetics of the microorganisms they isolated from the field.
Abigail was a committed teacher and taught classes in both Liberal Arts and Sciences and in the Medical School at the University of Illinois. She was awarded the 2009 National Graduate Teacher Award in Microbiology. She was also committed to educating the public. For example, she met with local postal workers to educate them about the risks of anthrax during the alarm in 2001.
When asked about her own most influential teacher in an interview at an ASM meeting, Abigail surprised her radio questioner by saying it was a Wakefield High School (Arlington, Va.) English teacher. Mrs. Baker kept Abigail from being kicked out of school for being pregnant and helped her get into college. At that time, pregnant teenage girls were not often accepted by college administrators.
Memorials may be directed to the Development Office at the Marine Biological Laboratory, 7 MBL Street, Woods Hole, MA 02543 to establish an endowed lectureship or student scholarship for the Microbial Diversity Course in her name.
1959 - Carolyn Seay Adams
1959 - Esther Lucille Sher Jernigan - (4/12/2018) - Esther Jernigan, 76, of Athens, died Thursday, April 12, 2018, at Limestone Health Facility. Mrs. Jernigan was born June 11, 1941, in Washington, D.C., to Abie Abraham Sher and Marie Beach Sher. She was an active member of Salem Springs Baptist Church, Limestone Baptist Disaster Relief, and the Builders for Christ projects. Mrs. Jernigan was an avid supporter of the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. She was a nurse who retired from Athens-Limestone Hospital after 50-plus years of service.
Her funeral will be noon Monday at Spry Funeral Home, with Kip McKee, Mitch McCormick and Jerry Marlow officiating. Burial will be in Limestone Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be 6-9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.
Survivors include her husband, Lawrence (Ed) Jernigan of Athens; two daughters, Cynthia Rouse and Karen Harbin, both of Athens; four grandchildren, Andrew Harbin, Jamie Rouse, Lynsey Harbin and Amber Rouse; and one niece, Shannon Sher.
Mrs. Jernigan was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers.
Pallbearers will be Andrew Harbin, Jamie Rouse, Stanley Scott, Allen Jernigan, Jonathan Jernigan and Landon Adams.
Memorials may be made to Relay for Life.
Published on April 13, 2018
1959 - Anne Sherrill Brady - (7/12/2002) - Buried Prospect Hill Cemetery, Front Royal, VA
1959 - Stanley Shmidt - - possibly died 3/21/2006
1959 - Margaret Slagle Brown
1959 - Marion Stewart Emerson - (5/31/2015) - Marion passed away on a family sailing vacation at Saint Barts in the Carribean, on May 31, 2015 at age 73. She was born in Washington, D.C. graduated from Swarthmore College, with a degree in Economics and math. For 10 years she was a substitute High School math teacher in the in the Phoenix Public schools. She returned to graduate school and then joined the Bureau of Reclamation for 13 years as a teacher and facilitator. She is survived by her husband Fred with whom she shared nearly 54 years of marriage. She is also survived by her daughter Beth Shoemake of Purcell, OK and her son David of Dallas, TX, as well as grandchildren Steven, Matthew, Thomas and Michael. Marion enjoyed sailing, hiking, fine art, and exploring spirituality. She spent many years as a facilitator for the Institute of Cultural Affairs, and served as a consultant in the village of El Bayad, Egypt. She passed away in a setting she loved; a marine park on a remote beach surrounded by her family. A celebration of her completed life will be held on Saturday, June 20, 2015 at 11 am at the Scottsdale Congregational United Church of Christ, 4425 N. Granite Reef Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85251.
Published in The Arizona Republic on June 14, 2015
1959 - Judy Strain Barton - (11/11/1979) - Died of pneumonia in Arlington, Va
1959 - Nancy S Tolman Murphy - - Nancy Tolman Murphy passed away March 4, 2013. She was surrounded by her loving family at her home in Springville, Utah.
Born on November 6, 1941, in Washington D.C., she was the daughter of David Elden Tolman and Nedra Carlston Tolman. She married her sweetheart William George Murphy in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple on August 18, 1967. Nancy's greatest joys in life were her family and the gospel. She loved music, sports, reading, and gardening. She loved the changes of season especially the spring blossoms and fall colors. She shared her love of books and games with her grandchildren.
She was a devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in many capacities she especially enjoyed her service as a temple worker. Nancy enjoyed teaching many years of ninth grade English at Vernal Junior High School. She touched so many lives for good. She was raised in Arlington, Virginia, and graduated from Wakefield Senior High School. She earned a bachelors degree in English from Brigham Young University. Nancy raised her family in Kaysville and Vernal, Utah. She and her husband retired to Springville, Utah to be close to their children and grandchildren. She is survived by her six children: David (Gina) Murphy, Theron (Jody) Murphy, George (Brinli) Murphy, Wendy (Dale) Eaton, Amy (Michael) Bever, Stephen (Charlotte) Murphy; 22 grandchildren, brother David (Connie) Tolman. She was preceded in death by her husband William George Murphy. The family wishes to acknowledge the love and support of family, friends, and the members of the Hobble Creek 14th Ward.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, March 9, at 11:00 a.m. at the Hobble Creek 14th Ward, 1050 South 1700 East, Springville, Utah. Friends and families are invited to call Friday from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. at the Wheeler Mortuary, 211 East 200 South and Saturday from 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. prior to services at the Hobble Creek 14th Ward. Interment, Evergreen Springville Cemetery.
Published in Deseret News on Mar. 6, 2013
1959 - Norman "Pete" Veit - (3/7/2004)
1959 - Nancy Vermillion - (1/28/2001)
1959 - Nancy "Arden" Waldron Hildebrandt - (2/18/2016) - Arden Hildebrant - Pawleys Island
Nancy "Arden" Hildebrandt, 74 passed away peacefully in her sleep Thursday, February 18, 2016. She was a devoted Christian and active member of All Saints Church.
She is survived by Bill Hildebrandt her loving husband of 54 years; her son, Bill Hildebrandt (Kim); daughters, Jennifer FitzGerald (Trey) and Heather O'Malley Hopper (Lance). Arden was a loving grandmother to her grandchildren, Forrest and Ashley FitzGerald; Timmy, Gavin and Delaney O'Malley; Emma and Nicholas Hildebrandt.
A Celebration of Life will be held at 11:00 AM Tuesday, February 23, 2016 at All Saints Church, Acts building with a reception to follow service.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Arden's name to All Saints Church, 3560 Kings River Rd. Pawleys Island, SC 29585.
1959 - Larry Watson - - Died at age 21 while in the military.
1959 - Warren F. Witz - (12/20/2015) - Warren Witz, 74 of Deep Creek passed away Sunday, Dec. 20, 2015 at Tidewell Hospice after battling cancer for a year and half. He is survived by his wife Linda, brothers Don and John Witz, daughters Wendy ( Kevin )Toms , Sandy Witz, son Thomas ( Monique )Witz, grandchildren Jeremy, Maggie, Jacob, Sean, Carson, and Sommer. Before becoming too ill to participate, Warren was an avid tennis player and enjoyed playing golf. He was also no stranger to the local watering hole where he enjoyed hoisting a few brews with friends and acquaintances. He had a powerful personality and a big heart and will be missed by friends and family. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to Gator Wilderness Camp School at 44930 Farabee Rd. Punta Gorda , FL 33982
A memorial service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, December 28, 2015 at The Church of the Good Shepherd, 401 W. Henry Street, Punta Gorda.
1959 - Brian Wuerker - (4/19/2002) - Died in 2002
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