1960 - Bety Lou Elizabeth Albrite Johnson - (2/14/1985) - The Washington Post, Washington, D.C. - February 17, 1985 Betty Albrite Johnson, on February 14, 1985 at Fairfax Hospital, of Vienna, Virginia. Wife of Roy Scott Johnson, mother of Brian K., Deborah R., and Tara D. Johnson. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D. Albrite and grandaughter of Mrs. Sadie Brown. Friends may call at the Colonial Funeral Home, 4161 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, Virginia, on Friday, February 15 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and 9 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, February 16. Funeral services at the United Wesley Methodist Church, Vienna, Virginia. Saturday, February 16 at 1 a.rn. Interment National Memorial Park. If desired contributions to the Vince Lombardi Cancer Research Institute, Children's Hospital or the Betty Albrlte Johnson Foundation for the United Wesley Methodist Church.
The Washington Post, Washington, D.C. - February 17, 1985 Betty Albrite Johnson, 42, one of the original members of the Washington Redskinettes and choreographer for the Redskinettes for the last five years, died Feb.14 of cancer at Fairfax Hospital. Mrs. Johnson, who was also executive secretary of the National Automobile Dealers Association, was born in Alexandria and graduated from Wakefield High School. She had taken University of Virginia extension courses in the Washington area. A resident of Vienna, Virginia, Mrs. Johnson had taught baton twilling and acrobatics, and when she was younger had been Virginia state champion in baton twirling and acrobatics for two years. She is survived by her husband, Roy Scott Johnson, and three children, Brian Keith, Deborah Renee and Tara Dawn, all of Vienna, and her parents, Raymond and Mildred Albrite of Arlington.
1960 - Harriet Sonja Amchan Schultz - (7/15/2017) - On Saturday, July 15, 2017, Harriet Sonja Schultz, of Rockville, MD, passed away after a short but intense battle with cancer. Beloved wife for nearly 50 years of David Joel Schultz; devoted mother of Jonathan A. Schultz, Benjamin D. Schultz (Talya), and Joseph N. Schultz; proud grandmother of Navah Schultz and Yaron Schultz; and loving sister of Arthur Amchan. A funeral service will be held at Congregation Beth El, 8215 Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda MD 20814 on Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 10:30 a.m. Interment will follow at King David Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Congregation Beth El. Arrangements by Hines Rinadli Funeral Home, LLC, under Jewish Funeral Practices Committee of Greater Washington Contract
1960 - Sarah Amos Bradt - (11/7/2016)
1960 - Barbara Kaye Anderson Swanner - (4/8/2017) - Barbara Kaye Swanner, 74, of Troutdale, the Flatridge Community, died Monday, April 8, 2017, at Alleghany Memorial Hospital in Sparta, N.C.
She was born Sept. 5, 1942, at Falls Church, to Raymond Anderson and Glenna Lee Lockhart Anderson.
Survivors include her husband, Roy Swanner of the home; daughter and husband, Raylyn and Ray Bryant of Independence; two sons, Billy Ray Bryant Jr. of Catlett and Eric Bryant of Catlett; three sisters and spouse, Bonnie and Hershel Black of Troutdale, Betty Harris of Vienna and Beverly Anderson of Troutdale; three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
At the request of the family, no service was held.
Reins-Sturdivant Funeral Home, Independence, is serving the family.
1960 - Beverley Wilkes Armstrong - (6/1/2011) - The Richmond Times-Dispatch from June 3 to June 4, 2011
Beverley Wilkes "Booty" Armstrong, born February 27, 1943 in Arlington, Virginia to Sarah Maupin Wilkes and John Franklin Armstrong, passed
away peacefully at home in Richmond on June 1, 2011 after a prolonged illness. From his early years and throughout his life, Booty
demonstrated leadership ability, intelligence, resilience, and love for his family. He attended Wakefield High School and then continued his
education at the University of Virginia where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts with distinction in 1964. He went on to pursue a
Masters of Business at the Colgate Darden School of Business where he met most of his lifelong friends and colleagues. His many years of
business experience spans various industries, including Wheat First Securities, Southern States Major League Bowling, and AMF Bowling, a
venture he entered with long time friend and partner, William H Goodwin, Jr.
Beverley used his enthusiasm for business to contribute to the city that he loved. He was a strong supporter of the revitalization of downtown Richmond and many other aspects of his city. He served on the Board of Trustees for the Community Foundation of Richmond and Venture Richmond and held various positions on the Boards of St. Catherine's School, Elk Hill Farm, the Don Secours-Richmond Health Care Foundation, and the Virginia Performing Arts Foundation. He served on corporate boards for Texas City Refining, the Richmond Sun Trust Bank, and Exeter Capital Management. Booty was also the past Chairman of the Capital Region Airport Commission, a position he only recently resigned. Booty attributed his business success to the University of Virginia. He was a trustee of both the Colgate Darden School of Business Foundation and the College of Arts and Science Foundation.
A member of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Booty served on the vestry and as superintendent of the Sunday School when his children were young. Booty was loved and respected by his family. He is survived by his daughters, Sarah Armstrong Hamlin and her husband, Frank Mallory Hamlin of Dallas, Texas and Frances Armstrong Ladd and her husband, Edward Bradford Ladd, Jr. of Mobile, Alabama.
He leaves behind his six grandchildren in whom he took extra delight: Elizabeth Wilkes Hamlin, John Thompson Hamlin, Henry Talbott Hamlin, Frances Campbell Ladd, Edward Bradford Ladd, III and Sarah Ruffm Ladd. He is also survived by his loving wife, Carol Comstock Armstrong, a sister, Sally A. Schweers; and many relatives who will miss him. The family wishes to thank the many friends and caregivers who supported Booty and his family over the years. All of the doctors and staff of MD Anderson, Dr. Tom Smith and the nurses Booty loved at MCV and Stony Point; Carol's two sons, John and Greg, and more recently, his many caregivers. A memorial service will be held at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church on Saturday June 4 at 2 p.m. with burial to follow at Hollywood Cemetery. A reception will be held at the Commonwealth Club of Virginia afterwards. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that contributions be made to the Booty Armstrong Memonal Endowment at the Community Foundation of Richmond, 7501 Boulders View Drive, Suite 110, Richmond, Virginia 23225.
1960 - William P Averill - (7/12/1997) - William P. Averill, Jr., 56, died Saturday, July 12, 1997, at his residence after a sudden illness. He was a native of Hartford Connecticut, but had been a resident of Tupelo, Mississippi, for the past four years. He was a retired government employee and had served in the U.S. Navy in the early 60's. Memorial services will be at 4 p.m. today at the Jefferson Street Chapel of W.E. Pegues with Sammy Lansdell officiating. Survivors include his mother, Helen Averill of Tupelo, and one sister, Helena Shurden of Tupelo. Visitation will be thirty minutes prior to services.
Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery, Water Valley, Yalobusha County, Mississippi, USA
1960 - Edward Ball - (9/20/2015) - Edward J. Ball, a Retired FBI Special Agent, passed away September 20th at The Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center. He was 72.
Edward Joseph Ball was a native of Northern Virginia and a Virginia State Track Record Holder in the Half Mile for more than 35 years. He was a member of Ford's Colony and Montclair Country Clubs.
He began his career at Melpar working his way through college. He was a 1968 graduate from American University in Washington, D. C. He worked as a bio-chemist at Aldridge Associates until he began his FBI career (1971-1999).
His life was Barb, Family, FBI and golf ... especially golf. He was awarded many commendations and awards in all aspects of his life. Survivors include wife of 51 years, Barbara of Dumfries VA, Siblings: John Jr. (Pat) of Jensen Beach FL, Jim (Carolyn) of Front Royal VA, Michael (Francie) of Manteo NC, Sue Taylor of Chesapeake VA, Matt of Front Royal VA and Chris (Mary) of Falls Church VA, Elizabeth of Atlanta, GA. Ed was loved and appreciated by many cousins, nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his parents and brother, Stephen.
Saturday, September 26th, Visitation will be at 11:00 AM, Service at 12:00 PM at Mountcastle Turch Funeral Home 4143 Dale Boulevard, Dale City, VA 22193. Telephone: (703) 680-1234. A Celebration of Life to follow at the Montclair Country Club. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Literacy Volunteers Of America-Prince William, Inc. or your favorite Charity.
1960 - Beverly Griffing Bancroft Berger - (7/30/2013) - Beverly Bancroft died of cancer this past Tuesday, July 30. Her life was beautiful, and her death was peaceful. She lived for many years in France and is survived by her family there: the author and art critic, John Berger; their son, Yves, his wife Sondra; and two lovely grandchildren -- Melina, age 11, and Vincent, age 3. Her funeral was at 11:30 this morning at the (only) church in Mieussy, a town in HauteSavoie, France.
1960 - Barrie Lea Bayerle Alioth - (1/25/2010) - The Estes Park News, Estes Park, Colorado - February 4, 2010 Barrie Lea Alioth passed away on January 25, 2010 at her home in Estes Park, Colorado. Most recently she had lived in Longmont, Colorado, Bridgewater, New Jersey and Overland Park, Kansas. Barrie was born on May 21, 1942 in Puerto Rico, the daughter of George John Bayerle and Marion Katherine Bayerle, both of whom preceded her in death. Her father was an officer in the U.S. Army and Barrie and her family lived in several different countries during her childhood. She earned a BA from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, and an MBA from Rockhurst College in Kansas City. She pursued a career in the pharmaceutical industry, which included the companies of Riker, McGaw and Stuart. In 1977 she went to work for Marion Laboratories in Kansas City, working in marketing and strategic business positions, attaining the level of Vice President Business and Portfolio Analysis. She left to join Boulder based Pharmion Corporation in 2000 as Vice President, Strategic Planning where she worked until she retired in 2007. Barie enjoyed travel, art, political debate and watching ice-skating, particularly during the Winter Olympics. Her mountain home brought her much beauty, happiness and peace. Finally, she loved her friends and we loved her. A "Celebration of Barrie's Life" will be held on Friday, February 5 at 4:00 p.m. at the Boulder Cork located at 3295 30th Street, Boulder, Colorado. Friends are invited to join us in honoring her memory. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Salvation Army or to the charity of donor's choice in care of Allnutt Funeral Service, 1302 Graves Avenue, Estes Park, Colorado 80517.
1960 - Axel W. Bellinghoven - (7/22/2017) - Axel Bellinghoven- Jan 28, 1941 - Jul 22, 2017 Axel Walter Bellinghoven, 76, of Fredericksburg passed away Saturday, July 22, 2017 at his home. Mr Bellinghoven was a U.S. Army and Air Force veteran and loved fishing. Survivors include his children, David and Michael; grandchildren Dilan, Andrew, Daniel, Eric, Kristin, Ryan and Ashley; and sister Linda Beers-Buie.
1960 - Douglas John Betts - (1/24/2015)
1960 - Charles T Biswanger - (11/27/1970) - The Monterey Peninsula Herald, Monterey, California - December 7, 1970 Navy Lt. Charles "Ted" T. Biswanger's body was found late yesterday afternoon in the rugged foothills of Junipero Serra Peak by his brother-in-law, the last man to see him alive when they went wild pig hunting November 27. John Maupin of Greenfield, a U.S. Forest Service ranger who was accompanied yesterday by another ranger, Steve Allaire, said the 27-year-old naval officer apparently fell from a cliff at a point about a day's hike from where they became separated. It was "an extremely inaccessible spot of the north fork of the Santa Lucia Creek," Allaire said. Biswanger's rifle, binoculars and pack were with him. He said the rifle stock had been broken, possibly in a fall. Deputy County Coroner Harvy Hillbun said late this morning that an autopsy revealed no fractures. He listed the cause of death as exposure. He said Biswanger had been dead "for several days," but the exact time could not be pinpointed. Biswanger was wearing Navy dungarees, a red sweater and brown Navy boots. The U.S. Naval Postgraduate School student had been the object of a massive land and air search by the sheriff's rescue squad, forest rangers, students from MPGS and military personnel from Hunter Liggett Military Reservation and Fritzsche Field at Fort Ord. Maupin and Allaire were taken to their drop-off point yesterday by Navy helicopter from the Naval Auxiliary Landing Field. Five NPGS students were also in the search party. Bad weather had hampered search efforts most of last week. Biswanger's tent was above the snowline, but his body was found below yesterday's snow level. The Healey Mortuary in Salinas is in charge of arrangements. Biswanger was in the U.S. Navy stationed on the U.S.S Higby.
CHARLES THEODORE BISWANGER III, Ted , 15th Company. Although the son of an Army officer, Ted decided it was Navy for him, and from all indications, he made the right choice. Whenever he is not buried in his steam or skinny book, his mind is somewhere on one of the Academy's yachts. His major outside interest is ocean sailing and his favorite pastime is browsing through a book of yacht racing decisions to find new situations to protest in the next race. Before the sail, "CTB III" resorted to powered craft, earning his NA in Crew during the Youngster year. Ted's periodic absentmindedness has made him the object of much ribbing, but he takes it with the best of humor. A dedicated destroyernan, Ted's knowledge of the sea will make him a valuable man on any ship.
1960 - Richard Bizzaro - (6/12/2015) - Richard Francesco Bizzaro, 73, of Amarillo died Friday, June 12, 2015. Memorial services will be at 2:30 p.m. Thursday in Community Living Center at Thomas E. Creek Medical Center.
Dick was born Feb. 28, 1942, in Santa Monica, Calif., to Louis and Mildred Bizzaro. He served in the Air Force and was hospital corpsman in the Vietnam War. Richard married Denise Tondreault on March 15, 1987, in Largo, Fla. He was a Baptist.
Survivors include his wife of 29 years, Denise Tondreault Bizzaro; a son, Blane Bizzaro and wife Eugenia of California; a daughter, Gina Marie Bizzaro of California; and a grandson, David Bizzaro of New York.
The family suggests memorials be to Vietnam Veterans of America, 8719 Colesville Road, Suite 100, Silver Spring, MD 20910.
1960 - William Blackmore - (8/25/1994) - The Washington Post, Washington, D.C. - September 23, 1994 William Edward Blackmore, Jr., 52, a technical illustrator and former Northern Virginia resident, died August 25 at a hospital in Denver of internal injuries suffered that day in an automobile accident in Lafayette, Colorado. Lafayette police said his car was hit broadside by a tractor-trailer. Mr. Blackmore was born in Alexandria and raised in Arlington. He was a graduate of Wakefield High School and Prince George's Community College. He served in the Army. He worked for Mitre Corporation and Kappa Systems, Inc. in the Washington area before moving from Falls Church to Boulder, Colorado, in 1978 to work for Ball Aerospace. Survivors include his wife, Ruth Matteson Blackmore, and a son, Billy Blackmore, both of Boulder; his stepmother, Frances Harris of Falls Church; and a sister, Sherry Benson of Dunkirk, Maryland.
1960 - Raymond Otis Bourgeois, Sr. - (4/22/2008) - The Washington Post, Washington D.C. - April 25, 2008 Raymond Otis Bourgeois, Sr., on Tuesday, April 22, 2008 at his residence; father of Carole Christine Bourgeois and Raymond Otis Bourgeois, Jr.; brother of Barbara L. Evans. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday, April 28 at 11 a.m. at Queen of Apostles Catholic Church, 4401 Sano Street, Alexandria, Virginia. Interment Fairfax Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in his name to the Arthritis Foundation, P.O. Box 96280, Washington, D.C. 20077 www.arthritis.org. Arrangements by Murphy Funeral Home of Arlington.
1960 - William Braddock - (8/18/2004) - The Huntsville Times, Huntsville, Alabama - August 19, 2004 William Fowler "Bill" Braddock, 62, of Decatur, Alabama, died Wednesday at his home following a short bout with pancreatic cancer. Born in Meridian, Mississippi, on February 24, 1942, he earned a bachelor of science degree in aerospace engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and a master's degree in computer science from the University of Alabama in Hurtsville. Mr. Braddock retired last year after 30 years with Lockheed Martin in Huntsville as a systems engineer. He had lived in Decatur for 33 years and previously worked with Northrop Grumman Corporation and Rockwell International Corporation. He had a lifelong interest in anything that moved, especially planes, boats and trains. Mr. Braddock was an airplane owner, pilot and builder. He was active in the Civil Air Patrol, Commemorative Air Force (Tennessee Valley Squadron) and Experimental Aircraft Association. He belonged to the local RV Builders Association, a group of local airplane building enthusiasts. He avidly enjoyed boating and spending time on the lake and collecting antique lanterns. His family was his most important focus. However, he also had a quiet influence on others through his volunteer work in the community as a Boy Scout leader, Civil Air Patrol leader and church youth advisor. He was an elder and deacon in St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, USA. He was also a Bible study teacher and youth advisor. He is survived by his wife of 38 years, Mary Kathryn Braddock of Decatur, one daughter, Christy Braddock Rainey and her husband. Matt Rainey, of Huntsville, Alabama; two sons, Michael William Braddock of Huntsville, and Navy Lt. John Scott Braddock and his wife, Katie Brown Braddock, of Hanford, California; two granddaughters, Anna Kathryn Rainey of Huntsville, and Grace Elizabeth Braddock of Hanford, and in-laws, Betty and retired Army Col. Arv Hickerson of McLean, Virginia. He was preceded in death by his parents, retired Air Force Col. Heyward M. and Minnie S. Braddock of Arlington Virginia. His family invites friends to join them at 3 p.m. Friday for a graveside service at Roselawn Cemetery. Afterward, they will receive visitors at 4 p.m. Friday at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, USA, 3310 Damille Road S.W. A memorial celebration of his life service will be held at 5 p.m. Friday at the church with Dr. Randon H. Jackson of Pensacola, Florida, officiating, assisted by the Rev. Rachel E. Winter. Speakers will include Bob Jaques of Hartselle, Mississippi, Debbie Ward of Pelham, Mississippi, Dr. Scott Sharp of Decatur, Mississippi, and Lt. Braddock of Hanford. Pallbearers are Jim Boyd, Walt Brooks, Gene Canton, Tommy Gates, Bill Heim, Harold Moore, Robert Reynolds, Walt Twelkemeier and Paul Ward. Honorary pallbearers are Dennis Altice. John Brandon, Lee Brown, Bill Eberle, Bill Jones, Hugh Looney, Sonny McMahan, Turner Matthews and Tom Meier. The family requests that memorials be made to the Volunteer Center of Morgan County or St. Andrew Presbyterian Church. USA. Roselawn Funeral Home is assisting the family.
1960 - Lina Lee Brown Smith - (9/15/2007) - The Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado - September 18, 2007. Lina Lee Smith, 65, of Caste Rock, Oregon. Loving wife of Cecil, beloved mother of Marie and Bruce Dudgeon and Laura and Brian Page, grandmother of Mia and Lina. Memorial services 10 a.m. Thursday, Olinger Andrews Caldwell Gibson Funeral Home, Castle Rock. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. Memorials Denver Hospice or Susan G. Komen Foundation.
1960 - George Marshall Cabeen - (10/25/2016) - George Marshall Cabeen, 75, of Penhook, died Tuesday, October 25, 2016.A celebration of life service will be held at Forrest Hill Christian Church in Penhook, VA. 24137 at 11 a.m. Saturday, November 5, 2016. Anyone is invited to speak. A meal will be prepared for all after the service. Private burial to follow. Arrangements by Flora Funeral Service and Cremation Center, Rocky Mount.
1960 - Travers D Callaway - (4/9/1998) - The Houston Chronicle, Houston, Texas - April 17, 1998 Travers Daniel Callaway, Jr., 55, passed away Thursday, April 9, 1998. Mr. Callaway was born June 23, 1942 in Alexandria, Virginia. He was a veteran of the Vietnam War serving in the United States Navy and a graduate of the University of Michigan with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration. Mr. Callaway worked for Shell Oil for the past twenty-nine years, where he was on the Board of Directors for the sulphur industry the last fourteen years and was President for the Sulphur Institute. As a long-time member of Bering Memorial United Methodist Church, Mr. Callaway participated in the Worship and Bering & Friends Committees, as well as being a Lector in the church. He was also instrumental in writing the renewal of the Afton Oaks Civic Association, where he served as Vice President and President. Survivors include his long-time companion, Billie T. Hale, Jr.; sister, Patricia Taylor and her husband Tim; niece, Catherine Taylor; nephew, Kendrick Taylor. Friends are invited to a gathering with the family from 3:00 to 5:00pm Sunday, April 12, 1998 in the Drawing Room of the Settegast-Kopf Co. A memorial service will be held at 6:00 pm Monday, April 13, 1998 at Bering Memorial United Methodist Church, 1440 Harold, with the Rev. Marilyn Meeker-Williams officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Bering Memorial United Methodist Church Trustees' Endowment Fund, 1440 Harold, Houston, Texas 77006.
1960 - Charles Malcolm Campbell - (1/21/2000) - The Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, Virginia - January 26, 2000 Charles Malcolm Campbell, 57, died January 21, 2000. He was a graduate of Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia, and of the University of Virginia, Class of '64. He was a United Methodist and worked for General Motors for 27 years in the Cadillac Division. Mr. Campbell is survived by his wife, Suzanne Payne Campbell; his son and daughter-in-law, John Christian and Ann Campbell of Thousand Oaks, California, his aunt and uncle, Evelyn Stone and Jimmy Campbell, both of Richmond, Virginia; and a host of nephews, nieces and cousins. The family will receive friends at Altmeyer Funeral Home today from 6 to 7 p.m. A graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Forest Lawn Cemetery. The family requests that memorial donations be made to the American Heart Association.
1960 - Karen Campbell Walton - (2/22/2016) - KAREN WALTON (Age 73) Passed away early Monday morning on February 22, 2016 in Gainesville, VA. Mrs. Walton was born in Macon, GA on January 14, 1943 and moved with her family to Arlington, VA in 1955.
Karen met her future husband Arlie in 1983. They married in 1991 and lived in Falls Church, VA until his death, February 13 2010. Mrs. Walton is survived by her two brothers, two step children, niece, nephew and several grandchildren.
The family will receive friends Thursday February 25, 2016 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Murphy Funeral Home, 4510 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA 22203. Funeral services will be held Friday February 26, 2016 at 11 a.m at National Memorial Park in Falls Church, VA.
Published in The Washington Post on Feb. 24, 2016
1960 - Cynthia C Carnes - (7/28/2009) - The Albuquerque Journal, Albuquerque, New Mexico - July 31, 2009 Cynthia Carnes, 67, of Corrales, New Mexico passed away on Tuesday, July 28, 2009. Cindy was bom on March 16, 1942 to Sam and Charlotte Bolin Carnes in Victoria, Texas. An artist her entire life, she enjoyed traveling the world with her friends and family, capturing the different landscapes and perspectives, but her true passion was the Southwest. Her greatest true loves were her family and her beloved animals. Cindy was preceded in death by her parents, Sam and Charlotte Carnes. She is survived by three children, Jim Wall, Jr. and wife Chandra of Rio Rancho, New Mexico, Suzy Wilcox and her husband Chase of Kansas City, Kansas, and Charlotte Smith and her husband Doug of Corrales, New Mexico; three grandchildren, Christopher and Amanda Wall of Rio Rancho, New Mexico, and Addison Smith of Corrales, New Mexico; brother, Sam Carries and wife Nancy of Knoxville, Tennessee; niece, Cynthia Carnes of Knoxville, Tennessee; and her former husband, Jim Wall, Sr.; as well as her animals, Scatter, Precious, Charlie, Ping, Winston, and Oscar. In lieu of flowers, her family wishes to continue her support of the following charities: The American Cancer Society, 10501 Montgomery Blvd., NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87111; Salvation Army, Family Services, 4301 Bryn Mawr Dr. NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87107; or to the Animal Humane Association of New Mexico, Inc., 615 Virginia SE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87108. An open house will be held on Saturday, August 1, 2009 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in celebration of Cindy's life at her home in Corrales, 34 Camino Arco Iris, Corrales, New Mexico 87048. For those who wish, you may send condolences to the family at www.danielsfuneral.com; Arrangements are entrusted to Daniels Family Funeral Services 4310 Sara Road SE Rio Rancho, New Mexico 87124 (505) 892-9920.
1960 - Thomas Lee Carter - (3/22/2002) - Tom's son Robert wrote: Daddy died at The Virginia Hospital Center (formerly Arlington Hospital) on March 22, 2002. The cause of death officially listed as Sepsis, but it was a series of things that led to that. He had gotten a bad flu that was going around, and (being Daddy and hating any sort of medical attention) it turned into pneumonia that got so bad that he wasn't getting enough oxygen so he had no choice but to go to the hospital. There was a series of chain events while in the hospital that led to him getting the Sepsis.
1960 - Harry Winfield Caulsen - (12/2/1966) - Washington Post, Washington D.C. - December 5, 1966 Coast Guard Ensign Harry W. Caulsen II, 24, son of Harry W. Caulsen, secretary to the Federal Home Loan Bank Board, died Friday at Bethesda Naval Hospital after a brief illness. He was born in Washington D.C. and was a graduate of Wakefield High School. He joined the Coast Guard last year after graduating from Florida's Miami University, and had been serving on the Cutter Diligence out of the Key West Coast Guard Station. His address here was 800 4th Street SW. His father is his only survivor.
Harry Windfield Caulsen, II, on Friday, December 2, 1966, of 800 4th St., NW, Washington D.C. Beloved son of Harry Windfield Caulsen and the late Sarah W. Caulsen. Friends are invited to call at the Bethesda Chevy Chase Funeral Home of Robert A. Pumphrey, Bethesda, Maryland, on Sunday December 4, 7 to 9 p.m. and Monday December 5, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services Tuesday, December 6 at 11 a.m. at Fort Myer Chapel, Fort Myer, Virginia. Interment Arlington National Cemetery.
1960 - Richard Harrison Consolvo - (2/23/2000)
1960 - Jane Marie Craun Huffman - (5/20/2004) - The Washington Post, Washington D.C. - May 22, 2004 Jane Marie Huffman, on Thursday, May 20, 2004, of 'Springfield, Virginia. Beloved wife of William Huffman; loving mother of Deborah (Joseph Keator, Patricia (Roland) Johnston and Diane Huffman; beloved daughter of Marvin Craun; grandmother of Trista, Brandon, Brittney, Kori and Nathan; sister of Patricia Solice, Cathy Houston, David Craun and Kenneth Craun; dear friend of Brenda and Robin Carter. Friends may call at The Murphy Funeral Home of Arlington, 4510 Wilson Boulevard, on Sunday, May 23 from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m., where services will be held on Monday, 1:30 p.m. Interment National Memorial Park
1960 - George D Deverall - (4/10/1968) - Captain George Noble Deverall, USA, Killed In Action in an aircraft carrying five FOB 4, Da Nang, SOG soldiers to the SOG's One Zero Reconnaissance Training program at Kham Duc when it was shot down by enemy fire, suddenly, on Wednesday, April 10, 1968, in Vietnam, of 4012 N. Taylor Street, Arlington, Virginia, son of Col. and Mrs. George G. Deverall of the home address, and brother of Miss Claudia N. Deverall. Requiem Mass on Wednesday, April 24, at 10:45 a.m., Ft. Myer Cemetery, with Full Military Honors. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Army Relief Society.
1960 - William Chris Dregne - (2/1/1965) - Funeral services for William C. Dregne, 22, a Naval aviation cadet who died in an automobile accident near Merridian, Mississippi, Saturday will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday in the North Post Chapel, Ft. Myer. Burial will be in Arlington Cemetery. Mr. Dregne, son of Col. and Mrs. Irwin H. Dregne of 4201 S. 31st Street, Arlington, was stationed at the Meridian Naval Auxiliary Air Station.
1960 - Arthur W Dye - (7/23/2007) - The Washington Post, Washington, D.C. 8/2/2007 - 8/3/2007 On Monday, July 23, 2007, at 65 years of age. Father of Colleen Duncan, Garland Dye and grandfather of Colleen's son, Rand, all of the Tampa, Florida area. Raised in Arlington, Virginia, Art graduated from Wakefield High School. An Air Force veteran, he served in Europe before returning to attain a degree in accounting from Southeastern University. He worked as an accountant for various firms in Florida and the District area, including the last 11 years for the Futures Industry Association in Washington. There will be a memorial remembrance at the Quarterdeck, 1200 N. Fort Myer Drive, Arlington, Virginia, Saturday, August 4 at 10 a.m.
Arthur W. Dye, 65, a certified public accountant with the Futures Industry Association in Washington, died July 23 of a respiratory ailment at Jefferson Memorial Hospital in Charles Town, West Virginia. He lived in Arlington County. He had spent the past 11 years at the association after working at several accounting firms in Washington. He also worked for a few years in Florida in the 1990's. Mr. Dye was born in Washington D.C. and graduated from Wakefield High School in Arlington. After serving in the Air Force, he received a bachelor's degree in accounting from Southeastern University. He enjoyed boating, cooking and golf. His marriage to Susan Dye ended in divorce. Survivors include two daughters, Colleen Duncan and Garland Dye, both of Tampa; two sisters; a brother; and a grandson.
1960 - Jay Eckhardt - (4/13/2008) - Jay Eckhardt, 65, of Fischer Circle, Portsmouth, Rhode Island, died on Sunday, April 13, 2008, at the Philip Hulitar Hospice Center, Providence, Rhode Island. She was the wife of Johnnie "John" W. Britton of Rindge, New Hampshire. Born in Bethesda, Maryland on January 9, 1943, she was the daughter of Margaret (Jay) Eckhardt of Rockport, Texas, and the late MG George Stafford Eckhardt. Mrs. Britton was a descendant of John Jay, the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. She received a Finance Degree from George Mason University and her MBA from Salve Regina University, graduating the same year as her son. Mrs. Britton worked at the Navy Federal Credit Union as a Mortgage Broker for 25 years. Jay was a generous philanthropist, donating her time and money to many organizations throughout the years and was also a breeder of Champion Weimaraner Dogs. Besides her husband of 44 years and her mother, she is survived by her sons Johnny William Britton, III and his wife Leslie S. of Pagosa Springs, Colorado, and Jeffrey Jay Britton and his wife Mary L. of Harkor Heights, Texas, her brother George S. Eckhardt of Houston, Texas, and her grandchildren, Jeffrey Taylor Britton, Keegan Britton and twins Kelsey and Tyler Britton. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, April 17, 2008, at 10:30 a.m. in the Memorial Funeral Home, 375 Broadway, Newport, Rhode Island. Calling hours will be held on Wednesday, April 16, 2008, from 5-8 p.m. in the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Visiting Nurse Services of Newport and Bristol Counties, 1184 East Main Road, Portsmouth, Rhode Island 02871. Condolences and information are available at www memorialfuneralhome
1960 - Theodore F Ellingson - (3/3/2004) - The Tampa Tribune, Tampa, Florida - March 6, 2004 Theodore F. Ellingson, age 61, passed away March 3, 2004. Originally from Washington D.C., Theodore moved to Tampa in 1974. A U.S. Navy vet, and fire fighter, he is survived by one son, Thomas Ellingson of Tampa; one daughter, Rebecca Stephens of Valrico, Florida; three sisters, Verna Moore of Daytona Beach, Florida, Jean Brady of Cabot, Pennsylvania., Bernice Doster of Falls Church, Virginia; two grandchildren, Tristan Ellingson of Tampa and Joseph Stephens of Valrico, and two nieces, Barbara Hendrickson of Herndon, Virginia, and Linda Mellon of Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania.
1960 - William Henry Elliot - (6/1/1986) - William H. Elliott Jr., 44, of R.D. 3, Hockessin, died at home Sunday of an apparent heart attack. Mr. Elliott worked since 1969 for the Du Pont Company's Environmental Control Air Chemicals and Pigment Department at the Chambers Works in Deepwater, New Jersey. He received a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering and a master's degree in metallurgy from the Georgia Institute of Technology. After that he served in the Air Force for several years. He was discharged as a captain. He was a member of the board of directors of the First Church of Christ Scientist; and president of the Georgia Tech Club of Greater Wilmington. He is survived by his wife, Patricia D.; two sons, William H. III, and Geoffrey C., and a daughter, Christine E. Elliott, all at home; and a brother, Robert C. of Garden City, New York. Services will be private. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the First Church of Christ Scientist, 1201 N. Van Buren Street, Wilmington, Delaware 19806.
1960 - Margaret Iris "Pegi" Evans Mason - (1/13/2017)
1960 - Jerry F Fadely - (8/17/2005) - The Washington Post, Washington D.C. - August 21, 2005 Jerry F. Fadely, 63, on Wednesday, August 17, 2005 of Arlington, Virginia. Loving father of Sherri L. Madl and her husband Jim of Pottstown, Pennsylvania; grandfather of Melissa, James, Jr., Patrick and Scott Madl; brother of Jay D. Fadely and his wife Letha of Palmetto, Florida; also surviving are his nieces Deena Lane and Joy Vollmer, both of Manassas, Virginia. Services and interment will be held privately at a later date. Contributions may be made in his name to the charity of your choice. Arrangements by Murphy Funeral Home of Arlington.
1960 - Gilbert G Fritz - FRITZ Gilbert Geiger Fritz The family of Gilbert (Gil) Geiger Fritz announces his passing on June 14, 2017, in Alexandria, VA, after an extended illness. He was born April 16, 1942 in Washington, DC, to Wilbert Garrett and Cora Mae Geiger Fritz. He was a graduate of Wakefield High School in Arlington, VA in 1960, earned a BA in physics in 1964, and a MA in German literature in 1966 from The Johns Hopkins University. His 40 plus year career in the Space Science division at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, DC began in the early 60's, during the summers while at Johns Hopkins. From 1982 until his retirement, he served as the Branch Head of X-Ray Astronomy within the Space Science Division. After retiring from the government in 2001, he continued to work at the Naval Research Lab as a subcontractor for the Praxis Corporation. In 2005 he and his wife, Ellen, retired to Deep Creek Lake, MD, where they had maintained a vacation house since 1983. He is survived by his loving wife of 46 years, Ellen Ennis Fritz; daughter, Amy Lin Derrington (James Hoyt) of Alexandria, VA; son, Daniel Eduardo Fritz (Keisha Dawn Fouch) of Port St. Lucie, FL, and granddaughter, Olivia Mae Derrington. In addition, a niece, Melanie Anne Clark (Topaz Murphy Terry) of Washington, DC, and numerous cousins survive him. His parents and brother, Harold Geiger Fritz, predeceased him. A celebration of Gil's life will be held on Saturday, September 16 at 11 a.m. at the Mount Vernon Unitarian Church, 1909 Windmill Lane, Alexandria, VA 22307. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Gil's name to the Mount Vernon Unitarian Church, the Alzheimer's Association, or the Lewy Body Dementia Association. A celebration of Gil's life will be held on Saturday, September 16 at 11 a.m. at the Mount Vernon Unitarian Church, 1909 Windmill Lane, Alexandria, VA 22307. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Gil's name to the Mount Vernon Unitarian Church, the Alzheimer's Association, or the Lewy Body Dementia Association.
1960 - Joan Page Furr Harrell - (6/14/2017) - Joan Harrell, so beloved, ascended to Heaven on June 14, 2017 following complications from surgery. She is deeply mourned. The world became a more beautiful place when Joan was born on May 29, 1942 in Washington, D.C. to Warwick Rex Furr and Shirley Page Furr, neé Shepherd. Joan had a happy childhood filled with adventure, and her love of adventure continued throughout her life. Joan married her husband, James "Jim" Albert Harrell, on December 28, 1962 in Arlington, Virginia, after which they moved to Florida where they lived out their lives with their three children, Sharon, Sheila, and Scott, and eventually, grandson Ian, who was the light of Joan's life. Joan received her bachelor's degree in education from Florida Technical University, now the University of Central Florida, and enjoyed a 40+ year career as an elementary school teacher. Joan was honored as Teacher of the Year of Red Bug Elementary School in Casselberry, Florida and, ever striving for excellence, she later became National Board Certified. Joan touched the lives of countless children, and she was often invited to high school and college graduations of children she had taught in kindergarten. Joan was a world traveler, a music maker and dreamer of dreams, a prissy princess who was always beautifully turned out, and she had great legs to the end. Joan was preceded in death by her husband Jim and her oldest brother Chuck, and is survived by her three grieving children, grandson Ian, two sons-in-law (Thomas and Bobby) whom she dearly loved, her sister Pat, brothers Bud and Mike, and countless true friends. The angels are so lucky to have her. In lieu of flowers, the family would wish for donations to Halifax Hospice Care Center of Edgewater, Florida, 4140 South Ridgewood Avenue, Edgewater, Florida 32141.
Published in Daytona Beach News-Journal on June 18, 2017
1960 - Charles Kenon Gailey, III 2/22/2016 - (Age 73) - On February 22, 2016, in Springfield, VA. He is survived by his wife of 49 years, Stephanie; son, Charles (Vanessa) Gailey; daughter, Clare Gailey; four siblings and four nieces and nephews. A Lieutenant Colonel US Army, he was devoted to helping veterans, especially the 101st Airborne; genealogy and maintaining contact with his extended family; and historical archaeology for Fairfax County. One of the greatest of his many acts of service was locating the living relatives of soldiers who died in a plane crash in Australia in WWII. His funeral mass will be at Holy Spirit Church, Annandale, VA, on March 18 at 11 a.m. His ashes will be buried at Arlington Cemetery.
Published in The Washington Post on Feb. 27, 2016
1960 - Gene Ganoe - (9/8/2017) Gene Elwood Ganoe, 75, of Wardnesville WV died on Friday, September 8, 2017 at Golden Living Center-Rose Hill in Berryville VA.
Gene was born on February 20, 1942 in Washington, DC, a son of the late John E. Ganoe and Dorothy L. Smith Ganoe. He worked on heating, AC and sheet metal work in the DC area. He was a member of Episcopal Faith and an avid Washington Redskins fan.
Surviving are two sons: Greg Ganoe of Manassas, VA; Phillip Ganoe and his wife Kim of Austin, TX; a daughter: Maria Denise Southee and her husband Dean of Burke, VA; a brother: Kenneth Ganoe of Strasburg VA; two sisters; Mary Sansalone and Anna Posey both of Arlington VA and five grandchildren.
He is preceded in death by two brothers: Lee Ganoe; John William Ganoe and a sister: Doris Jackson.
A graveside service will be held in the Greenfield Cemetery in Wardensville, WV on Friday, September 15, 2017 at 12:30 PM. Officiating will be Pastor Alanna McGuinn.
Family will receive friends at the Loy-Giffin Funeral Home in Wardensville, WV on Friday, from 11-12 PM.
1960 - William C Gates - (8/5/1981) - William Charles Gates, on Wednesday, August 5, 1981, at Fairfax Hospital, of Fredericksburg, Virginia; husband of Marguerite Gates; father of Tia Noel Gates and Chad L. Gates, son of Margaret C. Gates; brother of Elizabeth Lee Harris and James Robert Gates. Services and interment provate.
1960 - Kathryn Lorena Gibson Suman - (4/3/2015) - CURRITUCK, N.C. - Kathryn Lorena Gibson Suman, 72, of 128 Nautical Lane,
Currituck, N.C., died Friday, April 3, 2015, at her residence. A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., she was the daughter of the late John Murray Gibson
and Dolores Plunkett Gibson and the wife of Frank Lewis Suman of the residence. She was a retired Registered Nurse and a member of St.
Katharine Drexel Catholic Church.
Besides her husband, Kitty is survived by two daughters, Amy Elizabeth Suman and husband Dr. Lance T. Wilson of Albuquerque, N.M., and Mary Jocelyn Suman of Moyock, N.C.; grandchildren, Kellen Patrick Wilson, Dominic James Wilson, Jamison Michael Martine and Alexis Kathryn Martine; and an uncle, Leo T. Plunkett of Pittsburgh, Pa.
A private memorial service will be held. The family wishes to thank everyone for their kind support. Twiford Memorial Chapel, 405 East Church Street, Elizabeth City, N.C., is serving the Suman family. You may express condolences to the family by visiting www.twiforfh.com.
1960 - Richard Wayne Gilbert - (2/4/2009) - The Washington Post, Washington D.C. - February 10, 2009 Richard Wayne Gilbert, 66, who spent 33 years working for the CIA before retiring in 1995 as a print-shop foreman at the agency, died February 4 at his home in Sterling, Virginia. He had lung cancer. Mr. Gilbert was a native of Danville, Virginia, and grew up on military bases while his father served in the Army. He was a graduate of Richard Montgomery High School in Rockville, Maryland and received a diploma in printing from the Danville Technical Institute, now part of Danville Community College. In retirement, he had been a league commissioner for the Suburban Friendship League, which provides scheduling services to recreational soccer teams. He previously coached youth soccer teams in Sterling and Herndon. His marriages to Yvette Gilbert, Juanita Burke Gilbert and Helen Butler Gilbert ended in divorce. Survivors include a daughter from his second marriage, Melissa Cabrales of Arlington County; twin daughters from his third marriage, Maria Hundley of Roanoke, Virginia and Marian Gilbert of Dublin, Virginia; a stepdaughter, Marsha Stephens of Ashland, Virginia; two brothers, Dennis Gilbert of Reedville, Virginia, and Greg Gilbert of Murrieta, California; four sisters, Sandra Laird of Mesa, Arizona, Joyce Gilbert of Chantilly, Virginia, Joanne Griffin of Providence, North Carolina, and Carol Pyrtle of Watkinsville, Georgia; and four grandchildren.
1960 - James J 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.
1960 - George H Hanna - (5/4/1963) - George Robert Hanna, on Saturday, May 4. 1963 at Ft. Hood, Texas, of 1100 South 27th street, Arlington, Virginia, son of George E. and Helen McFarland Hanna, brother of James William Hanna. Funeral services on Friday, May 10, at 10:15 a.m., from Grace Episcopal Church, Alexandria, Virginia. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. Friends may call at the Cunningham Funeral Home, Cameron and Alfred Streets, Alexandria, Virginia after 11 a. m. on Thursday.
1960 - Mary Harmon Willingham - (1/5/2007) - Mary Ann Willingham, 64, of Mount Jackson, Virginia, died Friday, January 5, 2007, at her home. Mrs. Willingham was born December 21, 1942, in Washington, D.C., and was the daughter of the late Mark and Flossie Moss Harmon. She was a homemaker and was a member of the Church of the Valley in Page County. On April 1, 1960, she married William Nelson Willingham Jr., who survives. She is also survived by three daughters, Marian Leannarda of Woodbridge, Virginia, Alice Willingham of Front Royal, Virginia, and Charlotte Laws of Toms Brook, Virginia; a son, William Nelson Willingham III of Mount Jackson, Virginia; a sister, Christine McDugall of Tampa, Florida; two brothers, John Hurst and Neil Sputa of Tampa, Florida; and a granddaughter. All services will be private. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Lung Association, 39 Southgate Court, Harrisonburg, Virginia 22801, or the American Heart Association, Virginia Affiliate, Shenandoah Area Office, 729 E. Market Street, Harrisonburg, Virginia 22801.
1960 - James Carlton Hayes - (1/30/2013) - The La Porte County Herald-Argus, La Porte, Indiana - 1/20/2013 Dr. James C. Hayes, 69, of Huntsvile, Alabama, passed away Wednesday at a local hospital. Jim Hayes was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Joseph and Sonia Hayes, who preceded him in death. Jim was raised in Arlington, Virginia and graduated from Wakefield High School in 1960. He attended the University of Notre Dame where he received a BS degree in electrical engineering. He continued his studies there and received his Master's Degree and PhD in engineering science. Jim was known as a "Triple Domer." [Person with three degrees from the same institution.] He taught engineering at Purdue University-North Central campus from 1971 until 1984 when he moved to Huntsville and accepted a job at Colsa Corp. He retired in April 2012.
Survivors include his wife, Joanne; son, Jeffrey Hayes of Tuscaloosa, Alabama; daughter, Jennifer Melhiser (Jason) of Florence, Alabama and grandson, Joseph Melhiser and step-grandson, Jact Ryan Melhiser.
Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Laughlin Service Funeral Home. No services are planned.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Red Cross.
1960 - James Herr - 1/14/2016 - On January 14, 2016, James Herr of Arlington, VA. Dear son of the late John and Miriam Herr. Survived by many loving friends and family. A visitation will be held at Murphy Funeral Home, Arlington, on Friday January 22 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., with a service to follow. Interment will take place at National Memorial Park, Falls Church, VA. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Central Union Mission, Washington, DC.
Published in The Washington Post on Jan. 19, 2016
1960 - James R Hill - (8/25/1999) - James Robert (J.B.) Hill, LTC, US Army Retired and Vice-President and Southwest Regional Director, Science Applications International Corporation died suddenly on Wednesday, August 25, 1999 of an apparent heart attack at his home in San Antonio. Born February 25, 1943 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, he was the son of James Edward and Gertrude Claybourn Hill. After graduating from Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia, he received his Bachelors Degree in Business Administration from the University of Miami, Coral Garden, Florida. He was a member of the Iron Arrow Honor Society, Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, Editor of the University Newspaper, and field goal kicker for the Miami Hurricanes football team. He received Master's Degrees from St. Mary's University in Systems Engineering and Baylor University in Health Care Administration. During his twenty-year career in the U.S. Army, he not only served as an Aeromedical and Evacuation Pilot (DUSTOFF) in Vietnam, but also held various teaching, administrative and command positions throughout the U.S. and Germany. His final assignment was as Project Officer on the Composite Health Care System at the Army Hospital, Ft. Knox, Kentucky. At his retirement ceremony, he was honored as having been selected as a Kentucky Colonel. Among his military awards were the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Purple Heart, 41 Meritorious Service Medals, and 20 Air Medals (4 with "V" device for Valor), Vietnamese Cross of Galantry with Palm and the Order of Military Medical Merit. He was a lifetime member of the DUSTOFF Association, as well as a member of the American Military Surgeons of the U.S. After retiring from the Army in June 1988, he and his family moved to Southern California where he was employed by SAIC in La Jolla. In December 1997, he was selected as Southwest Regional Director and moved to San Antonio. He was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his wife, Karen Lee Hill , San Antonio; his daughter, Danica Lce Hill, San Diego, California.; his sister, Judith Hill Rothrock, Holmdel, New Jersey; mother-in-law Laura Lee McDonald of San Antonio and formerly of Verges, Minnesota.; aunt Helen White of Buffalo, New York; niece and nephew Stephen Rothsock and Kristen Evelyn Drusjack and numerous cousins and many friends both military and civilian. His knowledge, experience and fair-mindedness earned him the respect of everyone he met. He was loved by many and shall be forever missed. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the DUSTOFF Association, J.B. Hill Memorial Fund, P.O. Box 8091, Wainwright Station, San Antonio, Texas 78208 or the Good Works Fund, Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels, P.O. Box 20702, Louisville, Kentucky, 40250-0702, in memory of Colonel James Robert Hill or to a charity of your choice. Memorial services with Full Military Honors will be held Monday, August 30, 1999 at 1:00 P.M. in the Main Post Chapel of Ft. Sam Houston with Chaplain Wayne Harris officiating.
1960 - Adeline Katheryn Hilyard Cassady - (11/20/2011) - Adeline KATHRYN Hilyard CASSADY (age 69), of Springfield, Virginia, passed on Sunday, November 20, 2011. Beloved mother of Jennifer Cassady and Cathy Welch (Robert); loving grandmother of Alisha Hacker, Shannon Hacker, Riley Welch, Cassady Welch and Kyle Welch; devoted sister of Gail Dunmire and David Greer; caring aunt of Theresa Vines, Dennis Whitestone, Lisa Muenster, Tanya Pina and Alyssa Archuleta. Kathryn is also survived by her former husband and friend, John H. Cassady III. A memorial service will be held, Monday, November 28, 2011 at 11 a.m. at DEMAINE FUNERAL HOME, 5308 Backlick Road, Springfield, Virginia. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made in Kathryn's honor to the Special Olympics www.specialolympics.org specialolympics.org. www.demainefunerals.com
1960 - Ann Hodges Martin - (9/14/2010) - Katherine Ann Hodges Granzow Martin, 68, of Evington, Virginia, passed away on Tuesday. September 14, 2010 at Lynchburg General Hospital after a courageous battle with leukemia. She was the widow of Calvin Wayne Martin.
Katherine was born on August 2,1942, in Lynchburg, Virginia, a daughter of the late Katherine and Jessee Hodges. She loved all cats and animals. She was preceded by her brother, Larry Wayne Hodges.
Katherine is survived by her children: Leslie Granzow Agee, and her husband Ed, of Fort Belvoir, Virginia; Richard Dale Granzow, and his wife, Stella, of Evington; Melody Granzow Oakley, of Gretna, Virginia; and Christopher Wayne Martin, and his wife Amy, of Forest, Virginia; her sister, Gloria Hodges Lambert of Fort Myers, Florida, her brother, Kenneth Wayne Walker, of Harwood, Maryland; her six grandchildren: Elizabeth and Earl Agee, Adam Hudson, Heather and Katie Granzow, Allen Wayne Gunter; three great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews.
The family will receive friends on Friday, September 17, 2010 from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Whitten Timberlake Chapel and other times at the home of her son, Richard.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 2316 Atherholt Road #108, Lynchburg, Virginia 24501, or to the Lynchburg Humane Society, 3305 Naval Reserve Road, Lynchburg. Virginia 24501-3837, (434) 846-1438.
1960 - Mack Hodges - (3/22/2005) - The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore, Maryland - March 25, 2005 McCloud Bradford "Mack" Hodges III, a retired mechanical engineer who was a lead designer of a Marine Corps amphibious vehicle, died of undetermined causes Tuesday at University of Maryland Medical Center. The 62 year old Cub Hill resident had undergone heart surgery in July. Born in Shreveport, Louisiana, he earned a bachelor of science in physics from Texas A&M University, where he was a rifle team All-American. He remained a crack shot and often went skeet shooting at a Loch Raven club. He entered the Army after graduation and trained combat engineers at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Mr. Hodges had temporary duty assignments in Vietnam, and during the Tet offensive he defended a gate in heavy fighting at Saigon's Tan Son Nhut Airport. He attained the rank of captain. After his discharge, Mr. Hodges worked at General Testing Labs in Fredericksburg, Virginia, before moving to Baltimore in 1974 and becoming a State Highway Administration consultant. Two years later he joined AAI in Hunt Valley and ran its mechanical engineering division for nearly a quarter-century. "Mack was one of the finest engineers that AAI ever had. He had an ability to visualize mechanical systems," said Maurice P. Ranc, a retired AAI vice president and general manager of defense systems. "He forgot more about power trains than most people ever knew." Mr. Hodges' duties included work on the running gears of Baltimore's light rail cars and design of the Marines' Advanced Amphibious Assault Vehicle, which has not reached production. "Mack's abilities went way beyond mechanical systems," said former co-worker Stephen W. Miller of Timonium. "He brought the perspective of a military fighter to his work. He was a combat engineer at heart." Mr. Hodges envisioned the 60-ton vehicle as traveling at high speeds on water and carrying a Marine platoon. On land, it operates on tank-like tracks. "He helped turn the idea for the vehicle into a reality," Mr. Miller said. "At work, he could quickly evaluate when we were on the right track and when we were not. He was a confident, persuasive person. He had a powerful personality." In the 1980s, Mr. Hodges was a U.S. representative to a NATO committee on combat vehicles and spent time in Italy, France, Germany and England. He retired in 1998, but remained a consultant on the assault vehicle until a year ago. A graveside service will be held at noon tomorrow at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens, 200 E. Padonia Road. Survivors include his wife of 32 years, the former Demaris J. "Dee" Walton; two sons, McCloud Bradford Hodges IV of Atlanta and Gregory S. Hodges of Cub Hill; a daughter, Jennifer L. Hodges of Arlington, Virginia; and two grandchildren.
On Tuesday, March 22, 2005, McCloud "Mack" Bradford Hodges, III. Beloved husband of Demaris "Dee" J. Hodges; loving father of McCloud "Brad" Bradford Hodges, IV, Jennifer L. Hodges and Gregory S. Hodges; grandfather of McCloud "Mack" V and Sloan L. Hodges. A graveside service will be held in the Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens, 200 E. Padonia Road, Timonium, Maryland 21093 on Saturday, March 26 at 12 Noon. Expressions of sympathy may be directed in Mack's.name to Fund for John's Hopkins Medicine (Medical Research), Suite 300, 100 N. Charles Street, 1 Charles Center, Baltimore, Maryland 21201 or Loch Raven Skeet and Trap Club, Inc., 12301 Dulaney Valley Road, Timonium, Maryland 21093 or Maryland Taxpayer's Association, PO Box 9821, Baltimore, Maryland 21284. Inquiries - Lemmon Funeral Home, 410-252-6000.
1960 - Berk F Hoover - (2/26/2009) - The Washington Post, Washington D.C. - 3/1/2009 Berk Francis Hoover, on February 26, 2009. Husband of the late Nancy Hoover. He is survived by two sons, Patrick M. (Beth) and Berk C. Hoover (Renee); three gradchildren, Tony, Brandon and Amber; one brother, Michael Hoover (Maggie); one sister-in-law, Elaine Russell; one brother-in-law, Bob Weaver (Nancy) and a host of other relatives and friends. Memorial service wil be held at St. Mary's Star of the Sea, 30 Mattingly Avenue, Indian Head, Maryland, on Tuesday, March 3 at 11 a.m. Interment to follow at Cedar Hill Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice of Charles County.
1960 - Edward L Hoover - (11/20/2005) - The Daily News-Record, Harrisonburg, Virginia - Noverber 29, 2005 Lee Hoover, 63, of Albuquerque, New Mexico, died Sunday, November 20, 2005, in a local hospital. Mr. Hoover was composing room chairman at the Washington Post for years and was transferred to International Typographical Union in Colorado Springs, Colorado, as assistant secretary. He was an avid golfer. Survivors include his parents, Mel and Norma Hoover of Timberville, Virginia; his wife, Christine Hoover of Albuquerque, New Mexico; two daughters, Deborah Lynn Nieukirk of Englewood, Colorado, and Kimberly Lynn McBride of Katy, Texas; a son, Jonathan Edward Hoover of Rio Rancho, New Mexico; and 12 grandchildren. Visitation was held Wednesday, November 23, 2005 from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. The funeral was held Friday, November 25, at French Mortuary, Wyoming Boulevard Chapel, French Mortuary 7212 Wyoming Boulevard NE (505)823-9400.
1960 - Charles H Hoy - (1/12/1964) - Charles William Hoy, a student at VPI, on Sunday, January 12, 1964, at Radford, Virginia, son of Elvin A. and Ruth Hoy of 1001 S. 23rd Street, Arlington, Virginia; brother of Robert E. Hoy (student at Carnegie Institute of Technology). Friends may call at the Everly-Wheatley Funeral Home, 1500 W. Braddock Road, Alexandria, Virginia, where funeral services will be held on Wednesday, January 15, at 10 a.m. Interment Columbia Gardens Cemetery.
Arlington VPI Student Dies of
An Arlington senior at Virginia Polytechnic Institute died yesterday as a result of a two-car auto crash near Radford Virginia, late Saturday night. He was Charles William Hoy, 21, of 1001 South Twenty-third Street, a 1961 graduate of Arlington's Wakefield High School. The collision on U. S. Route 11, a mile west of Radford in Pulaski County, oocurred about 11:45 p m . Mr. Hoy, who was alone in the car, died about 3 a.m. from a fractured skull and other injuries. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin A. Hoy of the Arlington address. His father is an administrative statistician with the Army's Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics at the Pentagon. The son was a rifleman and skydiver. At VPI in Blacksburg, Virginia, he was on the rifle team and in 1962 was named to the all-State college rifle team in Virginia. He had participated in more than 100 jumps as a parachutist and skydiver since taking up the sport last summer. He was a licensed instructor. He belonged to the Fallen Angels Parachute Club of the Washington area. Besides his parents, he leaves a brother, Robert, 18, a freshman at Carnegie Instutite of Technology in Pittsburgh. Charles was a member of VPI's cadet corps. Among those to attend his funeral will be the VPI Honor Guard and senior members of Squadron D, the one to which he was assigned. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Everly-Wheatley Funeral Home, 1500 West Braddock street, Alexandria. Officiating will be Dr. David Colwell, pastor of the First Christian Church of Tenth and G Streets N.W. Burial will be in Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington.
1960 - June Y Huff - (6/19/1987) - The Washington Post, Washington D. C. June Yvonne Huff Eitel, of Alexandria, Virginia, died on June 19, 1987, mother of James W. Eitel of Alexandria, Virginia; sister of Nancy Huff Rodenheaver of Arlington, Virginia. Memorial services will be held Wednesday, 10 a.m. at the Demaine Funeral Home, 520 South Washington Street, Alexandria, Virginia. Interment private. Donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.
1960 - Judith Ellen Jones Stryker - (7/30/2014) - The Daily News-Record, Harrisonburg, Virginia
Judith Jones Stryker, 71, passed away Wednesday, July 30, 2014, at Journey’s Crossing in Elkton, Virginia. Judy was born September 6, 1942, in Washington, D. C. and was the daughter of the late James Edward Jones and Doris Kaufman Jones. She was a graduate of James Madison College in 1966. She worked as an elementary school teacher for three years in Falls Church, Virginia, and then worked for the U. S. Census Bureau up until her retirement in the 90’s. On April 14, 1973, she married Donald Arthur Stryker and moved to the Shenandoah Valley in 1996 from Alexandria with her husband.
In addition to her husband, she is survived by two brothers, Kenneth Edward Jones and Michael Eric Jones. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews.
A Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 a.m., Wednesday morning, August 6, 2014, at Kyger Funeral Home Chapel in Harrisonburg. Visitation will follow the Service at Kyger Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Quilt Museum of Harrisonburg, 301 South Main Street, Harrisonburg, Virginia 22801.
1960 - Grace Arline Kidd - (11/7/1995) - Grace Kidd Simpson, 54, of Charlottesville,Virginia, died Tuesday, November 7, 1995, at her home. Born in Richmond, Virginia, on July 5, 1941, she was the daughter of Virginia Davis Gilbert of Arlington, Virginia, and the late Lewis Kidd. In addition to her mother, she is survived by her husband, Earl Simpson; one son, David Hughes, of Arlington; and two daughtes, Karen Hughes of Arlington and Beverly Hoffman of Woodbridge, Virginia. A graveside funeral service will be conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday at Culpepper National Cemetery. Hill and Wood Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
1960 - William Kline - - The Washington Post, Washington, D.C. - May 16, 2004 William L. Kline, 62, of Arlington, Virginia, on May, 2004. He is survived by his brother Charles R. Kline. He was preceded in death by his sister, Virginia Camplair. Funeral services will be held Saturday,May 22 at 10:30 a.m. at Faith Lutheran Church where he was a member for 50 years, 3313 Arlington Boulevard, Arlington, Virgnia 22201, Rev. John Badford, officiating. Interment will follow immediately at Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia. Memorial contributions may be made in his memory to Faith Lutheran Church.
1960 - George K Koenig - - Jane Koenig Terry (number 5 of the 6 Koenig kids) wrote: Thank you for your inquiry to my sister, Bettie, regarding our brother, George Koenig. What you heard is correct. George passed away in 1987. It is hard to believe it has been so long. George remembered his high school years at Wakefield fondly and it is a tribute to you all that you have kept in touch over these years. George was a lifelong learner. He served in the Marine Corps, received his BA from Old Dominion University, an MBA from Purdue University and later attended law school. He was Comptroller for Kelsey Hayes in Detroit and his last work was as a contract negotiator for the EPA in Washington. He had many loves - most of all his family and bubble-back Volvos! He enjoyed car rallies, skiing and golf. He was survived by his parents, who are since deceased, and his two brothers and three sisters, three of whom attended Wakefield. I might be considered a traitor - I went to W&L! George was a wonderful, devoted brother and we still feel his absence. We appreciate you remembering him. Please let me know you received this as I'm not sure I wrote the email address correctly when I spoke to my sister. Thank you.
1960 - Margaret K Koenig - (7/21/1994)
1960 - Donald Eugene Kraft - (12/6/2012) - We received this letter from Don's brother Dennis Kraft on April 3, 2013:
Don Kraft died December 6, 2012 in Littleton, Colorado. Don was born February 26, 1942 in Washington D.C. and was raised in Arlington, Virginia where he lived until 2003 when he moved with his first wife, Joyce, to Vancouver, Washington.
Don only attended Wakefield his senior year. After graduating from Wakefield High School in 1960, Don worked for the federal government holding a number of positions for agencies such as the EPA, NSA and the Treasury Department. Don retired in 1994 and eventually moved to Littleton to be near family.
The last three years of his life he fought two types of cancer, finally succumbing late last year.
Don is survived by his wife and three children.
In a later note on April 6 Dennis wrote:
My Mom and Dad moved to their Park Drive residence in 1940 when the house was brand new. Don attended St Thomas More and then went to Gonzaga HS in DC for his first three years of HS. He transferred to Wakefield for his Senior year for academic reasons – if he were available he could explain the situation better than I can.
My mom and Dad stayed on Park Drive until after all the kids were gone and then moved to the Chatham (4500 Arlington Blvd.) in the late 70’s. Don and his wife ended up buying the house from them and he did a lot of much needed work on it – he was always a pretty handy guy and a licensed electrician later on. He ended up selling it about after living there for about 5 years or so – the RE market was booming back then.
1960 - Roger A Kurth - (4/26/1996) - The Roanoke Times, Roanoke, Virginia - May 1, 1996 Roger Allen Kurth, 54, of Roanoke, Virginia, died Friday, April 26, 1996. Funeral arrangements by Lotz Roanoke Chapel.
1960 - E Baxter Lemmond - (9/30/2008) - E. Baxter Lemmond, died at his home in Bon Air, Virginia, after a brave battle with a lengthy illness on September 30, 2008. He is survived by his beloved partner, Yvonne Lee Travis; his only daughter, Elise Cabell Chevallier Lemmond; a brother and his wife, the Honorable and Mrs. William Park Lemmond, Jr.; nephews, a niece, cousins and many friends. He is also survived by his loved Maluccan Cockatoo, "Hokie." Baxter was born in Arlington, Virginia, on May 26, 1942. He graduated from Virginia Tech (Class of '64) with a degree in History and Political Science. After spending eight years as an investment broker in Richmond, he enrolled in the T. C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond. He then practiced law in Virginia, Key West and St. George Island, Florida. He took leave of absence from his law practice to attend VCU Graduate School in 1990 where he graduated with a Master's Degree in Counseling. An extremely avid Virginia Tech fan (especially football), he could always be found wearing orange and maroon. He loved to travel and this passion took him to England, his clan's castle in Scotland, northern Europe and the Caribbean. The celebration of Baxter's life will be held Sunday, October 5, at his church, Christ the King Lutheran, located at 9800 W. Huguenot Road, Bon Air, at 2 p.m. Friends and family will gather at his home following the service. In lieu of flowers, please contribute to your favorite charity.
Published in Richmond Times-Dispatch from October 3 to October 4, 2008
1960 - Roberta Ann Lerg - (11/6/2000)
1960 - Joan Limerick Foy - - Died Oct. 2014 in Arlington, Va.
1960 - Joan Lincoln Mason - (4/30/2001) - Joan E. Mason, on Monday, April 30, 2001, at Forest Glen Nursing and Rehab Center. Devoted mother of Denise Summers and Anthony Heine; sister of the late Robert Lincoln. She also leaves four grandchildren, one daughter-in-law, Heidi Heine, one son-in-law, Don Summers; other relatives and many friends. Memorial services will be held on Friday, May 4, at Mary's House, 600 Veirs Mill Road, Rockville, Maryland, at 11:30 a.m. Arrangements by Snowden Funeral Home.
1960 - Jamylee Jacklyn Lindsay Reeve - (5/30/2016) - Jamylee Reeve, 73, of Newberry, died Monday, May 30, 2016, at Springfield Place. Born in Buffalo, NY, she was a daughter of the late Frank Kenneth and Mary Armine Cowan Lindsey. She is survived by her son, William H. Reeve,IV of Boca Raton, FL A memorial service will be held on Monday, August 8, 2016 at Central United Methodist Church.
1960 - Steven G Livesay - (8/16/1993) - Stephen G. Livesay, 9/9/42- 8/14/93. After graduation and a few years in the Post Office, Steve joined the U.S. Park Police receiving the medal of valor in 1973 for rescuing a woman from drowning off Rock Creek Parkway. Retiring in 1979 he spent the next years in Annapolis, Maryland becoming the best sailor he could be. Even living aboard and sailing the Islands. Steve leaves three grown children and one grandchild.
1960 - Dorothy Sulton Lucas - (5/8/2013) - Dorothy Lucas passed away May 8, 2013 in Oakland Park, Florida, of an apparent heart attack.
1960 - Anita Marie Lykken McCain - (11/24/2006) - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia - December 1, 2006 Anita Marie McCain, 64, daughter of John Ciaccio and Margaret Moser, stepdaughter of Richard C Lykken. Anita's passions were her roles as a mother, therapist, and member of the Friends to Bill W. She is survived by her daughter, Nicole Rennie of Decatur, her sisters: Shelley Neil of Oregon, Jennifer Ciaccio of Virginia, and Zora Lykken of Florida. Memorial services are Saturday, December 2, 2006 at 4 p.m. at the Atlanta Friends Meeting, 701 W. Howard Avenue, Decatur, Georgia. In lieu of flowers, donations to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home. The Cremation Society of the South is in charge of arrangements, 770-420-5557.
The Capital, Annapolis, Maryland - December 1, 2006 Anita Marie McCain, 64, of Atlanta, Georgia, died November 24 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home, a hospice in Atlanta, Georgia. The cause of death is not available. Mrs. McCain was born in Hamilton, Ohio, the daughter of John Ciaccio and Margaret Moser and the stepdaughter of Richard C. Lykken. She was reared in the metropolitan area of Washington, D.C., earning her bachelor of arts degree from George Washington University. She received a master of liberal arts degree from Johns Hopkins University and a master of social work degree from the University of Oklahoma. She was a licensed certified social worker with licensure from the state of Georgia. Mrs. McCain came to Annapolis, Maryland, in 1965. An English professor at Anne Arundel Community College, she participated in the Crab Town Skiers and acted and sang with Colonial Players. She lived in Oklahoma and then moved to Atlanta where she practiced her profession as a therapist. She enjoyed being a therapist, a mother and member of the Friends of Bill W. Surviving are her daughter, Nicole Rennie of Decatur, Georgia; and her sisters, Shelley Neil of Oregon, Jennifer Ciaccio of Virginia and Zora Lykken of Florida. Memorial services will be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow at Atlanta Friends Meeting, 701 West Howard Avenue, Decatur, Georgia. Arrangements are by the Cremation Society of the South in Marietta, Georgia. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home, 760 Pollard Blvd. Southwest Atlanta, Georgia 30315.
1960 - Emmett C Madison - (3/31/1997) - The Washington Post, Washington, D.C. - April 2, 1997 Emmett Clay Madison, Jr., of Falls Church, Virginia, died on March 31, 1997, beloved father of Elise M. Madison; son of Martha C. Madison and the late Emmett C. Madison Sr.; brother of Thomas Madison, Lewis Madison, Mary Ann Kidd and Joyce DeShazo. The family wil be present at The Murphy Falls Church Funeral Home, 1102 West Broad Street from 3 to 4 p.m. Thursday, April 3 and where funeral services will be held 4 p.m. in the chapel. Interment private.
1960 - Carolyn Addy Marchant Walker (9/29/2018) Carolyn Addy Marchant Walker of Lake of the Woods, Locust Grove, Va., passed away on Saturday, September 29, 2018, after a long illness.
She was born December 5, 1942, and was the daughter of Henry and Evelyn Marchant of Arlington, Va. She graduated from Wakefield High School and attended Emory and Henry College. While working for the Arlington Police Department as a secretary, she met her husband, Charles, who was a police officer. They were married for 56 years. Together they raised two boys in McLean, where she was very involved in their football and baseball activities. Later she became a word processing manager for BDM. After retirement, they moved to Lake of the Woods, where she had her dream home in the woods.
An avid reader, she favored anything about the British monarchy and became quite an authority on the subject. She enjoyed tracing her family heritage, following every lead she could get. She loved her family and relished gatherings at her home, with Christmas showcasing her strong organizational skills. Her other favorite event was the annual family fall picnic on the mountain near Humpback Rocks. She looked forward to sitting in her chair and looking up through the trees to the sky, admiring all the colors the season presented.
She is survived by her husband, Charles; their two sons, James Henry Walker and wife Sandy of Virginia Beach, and Michael William Walker and wife Kara of Stafford; six grandchildren, Gabrielle, Hannah, Emily, Alex, Vickie, Elizabeth; and two sisters, Bobbie Marchant Anker and husband Jeffrey of Charlottesville, Va., and Kathy Marchant Hedick and husband Mel of Dadeville, Ala.
A graveside service will be held at 12 p.m. Tuesday, October 2, 2018 at Riverview Cemetery in Charlottesville.
1960 - Raymond M Matulis - (11/29/1973) - Air Force Captain Raymond G. Matulis II was killed in a plane crash November 29, 1973. Beloved husband of Linda Matulis; son of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Raymond G. Matulis of 2802 Key Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia; brother of Elissa Myers. Memorial services will be held at Fort Myer Chapel at 10:45 a.m., Thursday, December 6, 1973. Please omit flowers to chapel.
Raymond was a decorated Vietnam veteran.
1960 - William McCormack - (10/17/1999) - The Washington Post, Washington, D.C. - October 20, 1999 William Edward McCormack of Springfield, Virginia, died on Sunday, October 17, 1999. Son of Mary D. McCormack, Arlington, Virgina; brother of John J. McCormack, Jr. of Springfield, Virginia, and Dorothy Anderson of Malden, Massachusetts. Friends may call at the Murphy Funeral Home of Arlington, 4510 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia, on Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. and where services will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday. Friends are invited to assemble at Columbia Gardens Cemetery for inurnment services on Saturday at 10:15 a.m. Family suggests that memorial contributions be made to The American Cancer Society or to a charity of choice.
1960 - Thomas E McGlathery - (10/14/2008) - The Washington Post, Washington, D.C. - October 16, 2008 Thomas Edward McGlathery on Tuesday, October 14, 2008, of Arlington, Virginia. Beloved husband of Louise McGlathery; loving father of Christine Wells of Dumfries, Virginia, Michelle Staton (Joe) of Stafford, Virginia, Melissa Cohen of Las Vegas, Nevada, and Angela McGlathery of Arlington, Virginia; son of the late Joseph and Dorothy McGlathery. Also survived by six grandchildren and a host of friends. Friends may call at the Murphy Funeral Home of Arlington, 4510 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia, on Sunday, October 19 from 4 to 7 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Monday, October 20, 10 a.m. at The Cathedral of St. Thomas More, 3901 Cathedral Land, Arlington, Virginia 22203. Interment Columbia Gardens Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in his name to The Cathedral of St. Thomas More.
1960 - Randolph Ellis McGraw - (12/7/2016)
1960 - J Michael McVean - (8/9/1994) - Audrey McVean wrote: Mike grew up and attended Arlington County schools, graduating in 1960 from Wakefield. Upon graduation, he immediately enlisted into the Navy, serving on board ships in the South Pacific, in and around Viet Nam. Because he was 17 at the time of his enlistment, he got out in three years. He spent a few years in California, came back to Virginia, married, and enrolled in Strayer Business College. Mike worked several years in Washington for the Credit Bureau during the day, and on weekends he managed the Redskins' visiting locker room, which led him to be invited to be the Baltimore Colts equipment manager - a job which he loved - for over 7 years. Mike did not travel to Indiana with the Colts. He moved back to Virginia and eventually went to work for GSA. He was working there when he was in a horrible car accident, which left him as a quadriplegic. After a year, he asked to be removed from the feeding tubes, and as a result, he passed away a day later. He left many friends, family and touched many people with his generosity. He was predeceased by a son, Eric.
1960 - David H Meredith - (1/24/2012) - Gwinnett Daily Post , Lawrenceville, Georgia - Thursday, January 26, 2012
David H. Meredith, 71, of Stone Mountain, Georgia, passed away Tuesday, January 24, 2012. David is survived by his daughter Leanne and her husband Kelly; grandchildren Jordan and Tyler of Winder, Georgia. David was a loving father, devoted grandfather "OPA", and caring friend. David was a long time member of many great organizations including the Georgia Outdoor Writers and the NRA. His memory and friendship will never be forgotten. "You are healed, go out and play." The family will receive friends Sunday, January 29th, 2012 from 4 to 6 o'clock at Wages and Sons Gwinnett Chapel. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 6500 Sugarloaf Parkway., Suite 260, Duluth, Georgia 30097 or to the American Lung Association of Georgia, 2452 Spring Road, Smyrna, Georgia 30080. Wages and Sons Gwinnett, 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy, Lawrenceville, Georgia, 770-277-4550 online condolences may be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com
1960 - William Thomas Michel - (3/21/2005) - Mr William Thomas Michel, 64, died Monday, March 21, 2005. A private family service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers. memorials may be made to the East Carolina University Educational Foundation, 304 Ward Sports Medicine Building, Greenville, North Carolina 27658, or the American Diabetes Association, P.O. Box 1131, Fairfax, Virginia 22038-1131. Arrangements by Wilkerson Funeral Home and Crematory, Greenville, North Carolina.
Associated Press Release: William Michel, former ECU, professional football player, dies Greenville, North Carolina - William Thomas Michel, an East Carolina University graduate who played professional football, has died. He was 64. Michel died Monday of a heart attack, said his wife, Jean Mercer. After playing football at ECU, Michel played for the Minnesota Vikings and later signed with the Washington Redskins, his wife said. Michel was a member of the ECU Football Hall of Fame and the NFL Alumni Association, as well as a recent member of the ECU Pirate Club. Following his football career, Michel worked for the U.S. Postal Service, retiring after 35 years. Survivors include Jean Michel, his wife of 40 years; daughters, Angela Michel Lower of Greenville, North Carolina, and Kristan J. Michel Mosley of Orlando, Florida; son, William T Billy Michel, Jr. of Germantown, Maryland; and numerous grandchildren. A private family service will be held at a later date.
1960 - Peter Savas Mikedes - ( April 23, 2017) - The class of 1960 website says "Peter Mikedes, passed away April 17, 2017 after a long struggle with cancer. He spent eight years in the US Navy Nuclear Submarine program. His marriage ended in divorce shortly after his Navy service. He leaves two brothers, George and Louis of Northern Virginia. His entire family had been involved with food and restaurants since he was little. Pete had been living near Austin, Texas in a religious setting and was very content. He was a chef for the sect when he died."
1960 - Martha Miles Evans - (9/4/1996) - Delaware County Daily Times, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania - September 6, 1996 Martha Miles Evans, 53, of Aston, Pennsylvania, who was involved in Christian ministry as a missionary, college dean and teacher of Women's Bible studies, died September 4 at home. Born in Washington, D.C., Mrs. Evans was a graduate of Washington Bible College in 1964 and lived in Washington before coming to Aston 11 years ago. She was active with her husband's Christian Ministray and served as a missionary to Brazil as well as dean of women at Washington Bible College for two years. Mrs. Evans also taught school for three years at Cherrydale Christian School, Arlington, Virginia. Presently, her ministry was teaching women's Bible studies, conferences and retreats locally and in Great Britain. She attended Grace Bible Fellowship Church, Wallingford. Surviving are her husband, Rev. Robert T. Evans; four sons, Rev. Charles T. Evans of Philadelphia, Jonathan Evans of Washington, D.C., Lt. jg. James C. Evans with the U.S. Navy in Seattle, Washington, and Mark Evans, at home: a daughter, Ruth E. Evans, at home; her father, Dr. George A. Miles, President Emeritus of Washington Bible College and the Capital Bible Seminary of the Washington, D.C. area; a sister, Grace Hanshew of Martinsburg, West Virginia, and three grandchildren. A memorial service will take place at 2 p.m. Saturday at Aldan Union Church, Providence Road and Clifton avenue, Aldan, Pennsylvania. Burial is private. Arrangements are by the Minshall-Shropshire Funeral Home of Middletown, Pennsylvania. Memorial gifts may be sent to BCM International-Russian Ministries, 237 Fairfield Avenue, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania 19082.
1960 - Leonard E Miller - (6/7/2006) - The Washington Post, Washington D. C. - June 9, 2006 Dr. Leonard E. Miller, on Wednesday, June 7, 2006, of Kensington, Maryland. Beloved husband of Frances E. Miller; father of Thomas (Teresa) Miller, Elizabeth Miller, Jonathan Miller and Timothy (Jessica) Miller; grandfather of Anthony; brother of Donald Miller, Dorothy Miller and Jane Haupt. Relatives and friends may call at Collins Funeral Home, 500 University Boulevard, West, Silver Spring, Maryland, Saturday, 1 to 4 p.m. Funeral Service will be held at Knox Orthodox Presbyterian Church, 410 Granville Drive, Silver Spring, Maryland 20901 on Monday, June 12, at 10 a.m. Interment Parklawn Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Knox Orthodox Presbyterian Church or American Heart Association Memorial and Tribute Processing Center, P.O. Box 5216, Glen Allen, Virginia 23058-5216.
The Washington Post, Washington D.C. - June 22, 2006 Leonard Edward Miller, 64, an electrical engineer with the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, Maryland, died June 7 after a heart attack at his office. He lived in Kensington, Maryland. Before joining the institute in 2000, Mr. Miller worked for 22 years in Rockville for J.S. Lee Associates, a government contractor. In 1998, he co-authored a handbook titled "Code Division Multiple Access Systems Engineering." He was born in Washington and grew up in Arlington, where he graduated from Wakefield High School in 1960. He graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and received a master's degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University in 1966 and a PhD in the same discipline from Catholic University in 1973. Mr. Miller was an active member of Knox Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Silver Spring, serving as an elder on the ruling committee of the church, a leader in the adult Bible study hour and choir member. He also served as clerk of the Mid-Atlantic Presbytery of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church and helped with the formation of Cornerstone Presbyterian Church in Germantown. His hobbies included photography, playing the clarinet and saxophone, composing and listening to music, and solving Sudoku and cryptic crossword puzzles. Survivors include his wife of 41 years, Frances Elizabeth Miller of Kensington; four children, Elizabeth Miller of Kensington, Thomas Miller of Sterling, Jonathan Miller of State College, Pa., and Timothy Miller of Vermillion, S.D.; two sisters; a brother; and a grandson.
1960 - Patricia Ann Mitchell
1960 - Barbara Alice Moore - (2/24/2011) - The Abilene Reporter-News, Abilene, Texas - February 26, 2011 Barbara Machalek, 69, of Eastland, Texas, died Thursday, February 24, 2011, in Abilene, Texas. Graveside service will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday at Estland City Cemetery, directed by Edwards Funeral Home.
Edwards Funeral Home - February 25, 2011 Barbara Machalek, 69, of Eastland, Texas, passed away Thursday, February 24, 2011 in Abilene. Graveside services will be held at 3:00 P.M. Sunday at the Eastland City Cemetery directed by Edwards Funeral Home. Mrs. Machalek was born on June 6, 1941 in Jasper, Alabama to Cecil Moore and Ruth Hardy. She graduated from Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia in 1961. She married Ronnie Machalek on May 22, 1965 in Arlington. She was preceded in death by a sister, Sandi Moore. She enjoyed cooking, doing cross-stitch and working with children. She taught preschool for almost twenty years and was always helping others. Survivors include her husband, Ronnie Machalek of Eastland; children, Ronda Trent & her husband Ben of Eastland and Woody Machalek & his wife Alisa of Potomac, Maryland; grandchildren, Bryce Machalek, Keenan Machalek, Joseph Trent and Rebekah Trent, as well as numerous friends. In lieu of flowers you may make a donation in her name to The Children's Inn at NIH and send it to: Rebecca Zarrella, The Children's Inn at NIH, 7 West Drive, Bethesda, Maryland 20814-1509, or www.childrensinn.org.
1960 - Christopher Stark Morgan - (7/27/2015)
1960 - Carroll R Murphy
1960 - Frank Newbold - (10/28/1982) - Frank L. Newbold, suddenly, on Thursday, October 28, 1982, husband of Linda Newbold; father of Cherie Newbold; son of Roy and Zoe Newbold of Arlington, Virginia; brother of Dr. Fred Newbold of Houston. Texas; Claudia Newbold of San Francisco, California, and Claire Newbold of Arlington, Virginia. Friends may call at the Everly Wheatlely Funeral Home, 1500 W. Braddock Road, Alexandria, Virginia from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., Saturday, where a service will be held on Sunday, October 31, at 2 p.m. Family requests that contributions be made to the American Diabetes Association in lieu of flowers.
1960 - Barbara Nuttall Christie - (3/19/2002) - The Daily Herald, Glen Ellyn, Illinois Funeral services for Barbara A. Christie, 59, will be held at 11 a. m. Saturday, at Village Green Baptist Church, 200 S. Lambert Road, Glen Ellyn, Illinois 60137. Born January 28, 1943, in Baltimore, Maryland, she died Tuesday, March 19, 2002 at her home. Interment will be in Westmoreland. Kansas. Barbara was a 1964 graduate of the University of Iowa. An occupational therapist, she served at Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago for 20 years and eventully became director of occupational therapy, a post she held until her departure. Barbara was also a licensed insurance agent and worked as the office manager of her husband's insurance agency in Wheaton, Illinois. She was a member of Village Green Baptist Church in Glen Ellyn and a hospice volunteer with CNS Hospice of Carol Stream. Surviving are her husband, Steve Christie; father, Dr. James B. Nuttall; and brother, James R. Nuttall of Los Angeles, California. She was preceded in death by her mother, Virginia Nuttall. Visitation will be from 4 to 9 p.m. Friday, at Williams-Kampp Funeral Home, 430 E. Roosevelt Road (one block east of Naperville Road), Wheaton. Memorials in her name to Village Green Baptist Church would be appreciated. Family and friends, are invited to sign the guest book at dailyherald.com/obits. For information, (630)668-0016.
1960 - Marilyn Olson Whitby - (1/22/2003) - The Washington Post, Washington D.C. - January 24, 2003 Marilyn O. Whitby, on Wednesday, January 22, 2003, of Montgomery Village, Maryland. Beloved friend and companion of Benny Barnhart; loving mother of Damon Whitby, James and Daniel Barnhart; beloved sister of Kenneth Olson. Also survived by four grandchildren. Memorial services will be held at DeVol Funeral Home, 10 E. Deer Park Drive, Gaithersburg, Maryland on Saturday, January 25, 2003, at 3:30 p.m. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 11331 Amherst Avenue, Silver Spring, Maryland 20902.
1960 - Neal Orr - (2/16/2011) - Anne Sparks Orr (Wakefield Class of 1960) wrote: Thank you and the committee for your condolences. Below are some of my thoughts about Neal for the memorial book. Neal Orr was a very interesting guy who lived a rich full life, in spite of never making his hoped-for million dollars. Who else do any of us know who, among other things, once filed a gold claim in Alaska, roughnecked in the oilfields of North Dakota, drove a taxi in New York City, produced summer stock on Cape Cod, pioneered in cable television programming, and operated a tugboat and barge business in New York Harbor? Neal and I became friends in 1957 when we shared the same homeroom and geometry class. He was noticeable because of his redheaded temper, keen wit, and propensity for fun. Somewhere in the haze of adolescent mayhem that is high school, I recognized that he was also incredibly intelligent, kind, and generous. Years later, when he became my love, I found that these qualities had endured. To some extent we can define people by what and whom they value. Neal loved food, drink, smoke, an interesting book, a good joke, his buddies, me, and the family he acquired when we married - particularly the people we referred to as "the kids," who range in age from single digits to the 40s. All the outstanding young doctors at Johns Hopkins who diagnosed Neal's fatal heart disease gave the same graceful response whenever we thanked them for their expertise and tender care. When Neal came home under the supervision of hospice, we talked of our good times together, and he thanked me for being his wife. Courtesy of Johns Hopkins, I knew to reply with the words, "it was a privilege."
1960 - Steven D Ostrowsky - (10/17/2002) - The Union News, Springfield, Massachusetts - October 18, 2002 Atty. Steven D. Ostrowsky, 60, of 172 Cambridge Circle, Longmeadow, Massachusetts, died Thursday at Baystate Medical Center. He was a practicing attorney in Springfield since 1972. He previously has worked for the National Labor Relations Board in Boston. Steven also was an adjunct faculty member at Western New England College. Born in Elizabeth, New Jersey, Steven was a magna cum laud graduate of the University of Virginia, and Boston College Law School, where he was a member of the Order of the Coif, an honorary scholastic honor society. He was a past President and member of the Board of Directors of the E. Longmeadow Chamber of Commerce, Legislative steering committee of the Greater Springfield Chamber Commerce, Massachusetts Bar Association, Hampden County Bar Association, and its labor law section. Steven was predeceased by a brother, David, who died in 1988. He leaves his wife, Phyllis (Stein) Ostrowsky; 3 daughters, Alison and Karen of Longmeadow, Sheryl and son-in-law Denis Pearson; 2 grandchildren, Cassidy and Ashley, all of Coats, North Carolina; and a brother, Howard of California. The funeral will be Monday October 21st at 8 a.m. at Harold R. Ascher and Son Memorial Chapel, with burial in the Massachusetts Veterans' Memorial Cemetery in Agawam. Memorial contributions can be made to the American Diabetes Association, 300 Research Parkway, Meriden, Connecticut 06450, or to the American Heart Association, 1111 Elm Street, Suite 9A, West Springfield, Massachusetts 01089.
1960 - Charles G. "Skip" Paska - (8/27/2010) - Charles Godfrey Paska, Jr., of Purcellville, Virginia, died August 27, 2010 at his residence. Born on November 25, 1942 in Virginia he was the son of Charles and Mabel Paska. Mr. Paska was a member of the Elks Club and the NAMBA (North American Model Boat Association). He enjoyed fishing, motorcycles, boating and radio controlled planes and boats. He is survived by his brother Terry Alden Paska of Purcellville, sister Penny Gardner Simpson of Arlington, Virginia; one nephew and two nieces. Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Blue Ridge Hospice 333 West Code Street, Winchester, Virginia 22601.
1960 - Carol Sue Perry - (3/5/1992) - Patty Mullen Cook, Carol Sue's sister, wrote: After graduation from high school, Carol Sue spent her freshman year at the University of Virginia, Women's branch. Then, she moved to Hawaii to attend the University of Hawaii where her father was stationed on Oahu. While there she enjoyed surfing and a lot of sun. Both her parents agree that Carol Sue had too much fun in Hawaii and she soon left school and moved back to the mainland (California) to work. There, she met and fell in love with Bob Mullen. In June of 1967, Carol Sue and Bob were married in Pasadena, California. Their first daughter, Patricia, was born in 1969. They followed with another daughter, Colleen, in 1970. Two years later Bob and Carol Sue decided they wanted to move to the city of Dana Point in Southern Orange County to raise their family. They found a house near the beach and down the street from Carol Sue's parents, Susie and Manley Perry. Carol Sue had always wanted to finish her college education so she enrolled at Saddleback College and Cal State Fullerton and took night courses while raising their two daughters. In 1973, a son, Timothy Sean, was born making the family complete with two girls and a boy. After Carol Sue earned her degree, she worked as an accountant. After a few years working with a tax attorney, she started CS Mullen and Associates, which specialized in personal tax preparation, While Carol Sue worked extremely hard and long hours, she spent many days on the beach with friends and her family. During her free time, which was limited, Carol Sue was always volunteering to serve on school boards or home association boards. In 1990 at the age of 47, Carol Sue was diagnosed with Stage 3 lung and brain cancer. After a long and very hard fight, she passed away in Laguna Beach on March 5, 1992 at the age of 49. Carol Sue will always be remembered for her infectious smile and engaging personality. She was a friend, a wife and the best mother. Carol Sue's husband, Bob, passed away in 2000. Her daughter, Patty, lives in Dana Point with her two children and husband. Colleen, lives in San Francisco with her husband and stepson and is expecting her first child. Tim lives in Danville, California with his wife and two children. Carol Sue's father, Manley, passed away in 2009. Susie still lives in Dana Point as well.
1960 - George William Peterson - (11/28/2014) - The Washington Post, Washington D.C., December 2, 2014
George William Peterson, 72, passed away on November 28, 2014 at his residence in Laurel, Maryland. He was born on September 15, 1942 in Washington, D.C. to the late George W. and Grace Peterson. He served in the U.S. Army and in Vietnam. He retired from NSWC in 2002 and later returned to work as a contractor. He enjoyed working on his cars, his motorcycle and doing yard work. He also enjoyed doing jobs around the house, his family describes him as "Mr. Fix it".
George is survived by his beloved wife of 37 years Nadine Peterson; loving children Bradley William Peterson and his wife Maura, Kimberly Ann Peterson, and Kerry Lynn Vela and her husband Juan. He is also survived by his precious grandchildren Reid William and Rory Patricia Peterson, and Braelyn Grace Vela.
Memorial donations may be made to Multiple System Atrophy, The MSA Coalition, 8311 Brier Creek Parkway, Raleigh, North Carolina 27617 or online at www.multiplesystematrophy.org or the American Diabetes Foundation, P.O. Box 11454, Alexandria, Virginia 22312 or online at www.diabetes.org/donate.
1960 - Carole Phillips Bizzack - (8/27/2006) - The Lexington Herald-Leader, Lexington, Kentucky, 8/31/2006 - 9/1/2006 Carole Phillips Carole Bizzack, Frankfort, Kentucky, wife of John W. Bizzack, the morning of Sunday, August 27, 2006, on Comair Flight 5191, which crashed, while attempting to take off from Blue Grass Airport in Fayette County, Kentucky, four miles west of the central business district of the City of Lexington. Mrs. Bizzack and her husband operated Bittersweet Station Farm on Winchester Road near Lexington. Married for 35 years, the couple has two children, a son, Jason, 26, and a daughter, Stacey, 24, both of Lexington. Mrs. Bizzack, a native of Lynchburg, Virginia, was an accomplished equestrian and caring horsewoman, raising and showing Tennessee walkers, Belgians, Percherons and Mountain Pleasure horses as well as providing pasture for retired thoroughbreds. She was accomplished in the farm's cattle operations, including breeding and sales. She had a long standing reputation as an animal lover. She cared for and bred Sicilian burros. In addition, her "extended family" included both purebred and rescued dogs, as well as other animals. In fact, hummingbirds hovering near her feeders were known to perch on her hand. She was also an enthusiastic traveler and had recently visited Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the American west. She served in a variety of executive and legal secretarial positions in Washington, D.C. When she moved to Kentucky in 1965, she worked as secretary to the President of Millersburg Military Institute. Later she worked as an executive assistant to the president of Kentucky Central Insurance Company and as an office manager for Hagyard, Davidson, McGee - an equine veterinarian clinic. In Lexington. Mrs. Bizzack was known to friends and family for her quick smile, generosity and caring nature. She was dedicated to her large extended family that included 28 nieces and nephews. A member of Good Sheperd Episcopal Church in Lexington, she was the daughter of Randolph and the late Adelaide Phillips of Lynchburg, Virginia. In addition to her husband and children, she is survived by three sisters, Zane Castle of Herndon, Virginia, Nell Johnson of Paris, Kentucky, and Martha Lea Filson of Reston, Virginia, and a brother, Wayne Phillips of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. Visitation will be held at The Church of the Good Shepherd at 533 E. Main Street, in Lexington from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday, September 1. Funeral services, also at Good Shepherd, will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, September 2. The Rev. Robert L. Sessum will officiate. Burial will follow at the Lexington Cemetery. Casketbearers will be Ronnie Collett, Jerry Healey, Charles Parker, Jason Bizzack, Stacey Blzzack and Drexel Neal. Memorial contributions are suggested to the Kentucky Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation, 450 Shrewsbury Plaza, Suite 351, Shrewsbury New Jersey 07702, The Church of the Good Shepherd, 533 E. Main Street Lexington, Kentucky, or Woodstock Animal Foundation, 715 Allendale Drive, Lexington, Kentucky 40503. Clark Funeral Home, Versailles Road, Frankfort is in charge of arrangements. Condolences at www.clarkfuneralchapels.com.
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1960 - Carolyn Sue Plowman Weber - (10/29/2009) - The News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Indiana - October 29, 2009 Carolyn S. Weber, 66, passed away Wednesday, October 28, 2009, in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She retired from Lincoln Financial Group. Survived by her children, Laura Weber, David Weber and Robert Weber, all of Fort Wayne; two graddaughters; one grandson; brother, Floyd Plowman, Jr. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ronald Weber; and son, Christopher Weber. No services. Arrangements made by D. O. McComb and Sons, Lakeside Park Funeral Home, 1140 Lake Avenue. Memorials may be made to the family. To sign the online guestbook visit >www.mccombandsons.com.
1960 - Eugene Podrasky - (10/1/2007) - The Washington Post, Washington D.C. from 10/3/2007 - 10/4/2007. Eugene Joseph Podrasky, on Monday, October 1, 2007 at Fairfax Hospital. Mr. Podrasky was born on June 6, 1942 in Scranton, Pennsylvia. He is survived by his mother, Camilla M. Podrasky; three daughters, Andrea Hummel (Joseph), Suzanne Boren, and Denise Podrasky; grandchildren, David and Mark Boren, Zachary and Benjamin Hummel; and two great grandchildren, Nathaniel and Audrey Boren; and several cousins, aunts and uncles. He is predeceased by his father Gregory George Podrasky. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Friday, October 5, 2007 at 1:30 p.m. at St. Michael Catholic Church, 7401 St. Michael Lane, Annandale, Virginia 22003. Donations may be made to the Virginia Elks Fund, Inc., 9939 S. Congress Street, New Market, Virginia 22844.
1960 - Billie Anne Ponder Walker - (8/30/2009) - Asheville, North Carolina - September 9, 1904 Billie Anne "Anna" Walker, 67, passed away on Sunday, August 30, 2009. She was born July 4, 1942 in California and lived in Asheville for the last years of her life. Anna was a teacher, missionary, social worker and healer. She was also a founding member of Center of Unlimited Possibilities C.U.P. Surviving are her sons, Jeff Walker and his wife, Sharli, Shawn Walker; grandchildren, Brandilyn and Elliott. Memorial service will be held at a later date. Asheville Area Alternative Funeral and Cremation Services is assisting the family. (828) 258-8274.
Billie Ann Walker, known to many of you as Anna, granduated from Earthschool on August 30th, after an unexpected return of her cancer. Her passing was peaceful and without pain; her memory still shines within all of us; and her soaring spirit lives on! You are invited to a celebration of Anna's life at Jubilee! Community church, at 46 Wall Street in Asheville, North Carolina, on Saturday, October 24, 2009, at 10am. Please join her friends and family for this memorial in her honor.
1960 - Vernon V Pounds - (1/29/2011) - Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, California - February 22, 2011 Vernon Pounds Vernon Veon Pounds, a devoted husband, father, friend, architect and mentor, passed away Saturday, January 29, 2011 at his home in San Pedro, California at the age of 68 due to complications related to cancer. Vernon was the oldest of 5 children born on October 24, 1942 in Hawaii to Veon "Lucky" and Pamela Pounds. He joined the Air Force Reserve after high school and later graduated from Texas Western College. Vernon began his career and Legacy with Anbe, Aruga, Ishizu architects in Hawaii in 1966. In 1980 he married Inja and moved to Southern California where he started his family and continued his career with Vidal Sassoon, Ellerbe Becket, NBBJ and HNTB. Throughout his professional life he held many key roles in many large, diverse and complex projects which include sports facilities, airports, hotels and civil buildings, such as Staples Center, USC Galen Center, Invesco Field, Chase Field, Hawaii Prince Hotel and many other projects. He is recognized by all the people he knows for his integrity, sincerity, humor, generosity, and his golf swing. Vernon's influence is far reaching, not only with his family and friends, but throughout the architectural and construction industry which he will have a profound influence on for many years to come. He is survived by his wife, Inja; daughter, Kristina (Eric) Zavala; son, Eric; and grandson, Shane. Memorial services will be held at the USC Galen Center on Thursday, February 24, 2011 at 1:30 p.m. McNerney's Mortuary
1960 - William E Reeder - (7/24/2002) - The Gazette, Colorado Springs, Colorado - August 2, 2002 William "Bill" Reeder. In loving remembrance. "You died as you lived". We pray the Lord your soul to take. Sadly, Tina, Doug and Misty, Niki and Zak.
1960 - Steven James Rees - (10/19/2013) - The Bradenton Herald, Bradenton, Florida, Oct. 25, 2013
Steven James Rees lost his courageous battle with cancer on Oct. 19, 2013. Steve was born July 28, 1942 in Piqua, Ohio to Jeanette Rees and the late Col. James B. Rees.He is survived by his wife, Winkie; Sons Steven J. Rees Jr. (Gail), G. Gordon Rees, Nicholas C. Rees, daughter Ellen S. Ronnlof (Joseph); Step-children John S. Jackson (Lisa), Carrie E. Flamer (Jeffery); Sisters Susan R. Krogmann, Sara L. Bittle (Terry); 12 grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Steve graduated from Wakefield High School in Arlington, VA, attended The University of Hawaii and graduated from The University of Albuquerque in New Mexico. He traveled the world first with his father's military career and then with his own. Steve served with the U.S. Army Special Forces, serving twice in Vietnam earning 2 Purple Heart medals and a Bronze Star. After retirement, Steve entered the world of banking, but his true passion was serving with the Boy Scouts. He exemplified the ideals of scouting and was dedicated to sharing those ideals with the youth of Manatee County. He was a talented instructor and was always willing to share his knowledge with other scouters. Steve received many awards from the Scouts including the Silver Beaver Award. Steve was a true Christian and lived by his beliefs. His dedication touched many lives and he will be greatly missed. Memorial service will be held at Camp Flying Eagle Scout Camp 16009 Upper Manatee River Rd. Bradenton, Fl. on Wednesday Oct. 30,2013 at 5:00 p.m. Condolences can be e-mailed to: email@example.com. In lieu of flowers, please consider contributions to Camp Flying Eagle at: Southwest Florida Council (SWFC) Memo: Steve Rees Memorial Fund, 1801 Boy Scout Drive, Ft. Myers, FL 33907.
1960 - Thomas R Rich - (3/26/1996) - Funeral services for the Rev. Thomas W. Rich, 53, of Mangham, Louisiana, were held Friday at Lone Cherry Baptist Church near Mangham with the Rev. Max Lee, the Rev. Keith Jeselink, and the Rev. Steve Sallis officiating. Interment will follow in South Central Cemetery near Wisner, Louisiana, under the direction of Mulhearn Funeral Home of Winnsboro, Louisiana. Rev. Rich died Tuesday, March 6, 1996 at Franklin Medical Center following a brief illness. He was pastor of Lone Cherry Baptist Church near Mangham, a member of the Mangham Lions Club, and had pastored churches in Louisiana and Arkansas. Survivors include his wife, Amaryllis Lea Rich, Mangham: son, John Thomas Rich, Mangham; brother, Odell Rich, Winchester, Virginia; mother-in-law Margie Lea, Winnsboro; uncle and aunt, Ernest and Myrtle Lea Wisner; numerous other relatives and friends. Pallbearers were Ardwayne Stapp, Prentice Jones, Jr., Jamie Jones, Robert Neal Harwell, Tommy Lowry, Bennie Garrison and Prentice Jones, Sr. Honorary pallbearers were ministers, members of Mangham Lions Club, principals and coaches of Mangham schools, and men of Lone Cherry Baptist Church.
1960 - Sandra Jean Rider Byars - (8/9/2014) - Sandra Rider BYARS, Age 71, of Palm Springs, passed away August 9, 2014. All County Funeral Home and Crematory, Lake Worth, Florida. Published in The Palm Beach Post from August 12 to August 13, 2014.
1960 - Keith Robertson - (9/24/2001) - Edwin Keith Robertson, September 24, 2001, of Burke, Virginia. Beloved husband of Diane M. Robertson; father of Cathy Hammersley of Herndon, Virginia and Brandon Hayes Robertson of Burke, Virginia; brother of R. Michael Robertson of Springfield, Virginia. He is also survived by two grandchildren, Kyle and Emma Hammersley. Friends may call at Everly Funeral Home, 10565 Main Street, Fairfax, Virginia on Wednesday, September 26 from 6 to 8 p.m., where services will be held on Thursday at 11 a.m. Interment to follow in Fairfax City Cemetery.
1960 - Robert Robey - (10/28/2004) - The Washington Post, Washington D.C. - October 30, 2004 Robert Allan Robey, on Thursday, October 28, 2004 of Leesburg, Virginia and formerly of Arlington, Virginia. Brother of Gene Robey and his wife, Linda of Leesburg, Virginia and Linda Robey of Gloucester, Virginia. Also survived by his niece, Kathy Lake and his nephews, Tom and Daniel Robey. Graveside services will be held on Monday, November 1, at Mt. Zion Church Cemetery, 10200 Old Georgetown Road , Bethesda, Maryland at 12:30 p. m. Arrangements by Colonia Funeral Home of Leesburg.
1960 - Lance M Rogers - (1/14/1995) - Lance Middleton Rogers of Bremerton, Washington died January 14, 1995. Lance served in the U.S. Navy for three separate enlistments: January 1962 to January 1965, July 1975 to January 1976, and May 1978 to September 1978.
1960 - Ray R Rowe - - Ray was born in 1942 and died in Baltimore, Maryland in 1970. He is buried in Summersille, West Virginia.
1960 - Graham L Ruppert - (6/20/1998) - The Washington Post, Washington D.C. June 23, 1998 Graham Leith Ruppert, on June 20, 1998, in an automobile accident.
Graham spent most of his quiet life as an analyst at the super-secret National Security Agency at Fort Meade, Maryland, never telling his four children the details of his work. He and his wife of 28 years, Sandra Lea Ruppert, raised their family in a split-level duplex snug against a patch of woods on Chapelgate Road in Odenton, Maryland. "He enjoyed being a family man," said Bill Ruppert, 32, his oldest son. The suburban neighborhood of chain-link fences, dusty pickups and boat trailers sits about five miles from the barbed wire of the NSA, a high-tech listening post in western Anne Arundel County charged with breaking codes and gathering foreign intelligence. Ruppert joined the NSA in 1964, say relatives and acquaintances, after a four-year stint with the Air Force in Alaska and graduation from Arlington's Wakefield High School. A former NSA worker said Ruppert worked rotating shifts as a mid-level supervisor in the operations room of the main building, a towering blue-glass cube flanked by massive antenna arrays. Like many at NSA, Ruppert kept to himself. Even in high school, he participated in few activities other than science clubs. "Graham was rather quiet; not secretive, but quiet and unto himself," said Ken Scruggs, a Wakefield alumnus who lives near Sarasota, Florida. "I remember him shuffling, keeping his head down. Talking to people but not really looking at them."
1960 - Karen Louizs Sager Dickinson - (4/13/2012) - AnnArbor.com, Ann Arbor, Michigan April16-19, 2012
Karen Sager Dickinson of South Lyon, Michigan 48178 (formerly of Ann Arbor, Michigan) passed away April 13, 2012 at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital with family and friends by her side after a brief but valiant battle with cancer. Karen was an active member of St. Mary's Student Parish, near the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, campus. She was also a member of Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority, University of Michigan Chapter; Council for Disability Concerns at the University of Michigan. Karen was the 2004 Outstanding Leadership Award Winner; University of Michigan; 2005 Distinguished Service Award, University of Michigan; 2005 Academic Women's Caucus; Sarah Goddard Power Award Recipient; 2009 VOICES Champion Award Winner, University of Michigan. In both her private and professional life, Karen Dickinson will be most remembered for the gentle and insightful way she empowered people to reach their highest potential. Karen Louise Sager was born in Newburgh, New York in 1942, the first of three daughters to Dr. William F. and Marilyn W. Sager, late of Chicago, Illinois, and Ormond Beach, Florida. After receiving a bachelor's degree in Sociology from the college of Language, Science, and the Arts at the University of Michigan in 1964, Karen began work, at the Population Studies Center at the University of Michigan in September of that year. After over 45 years of dedicated service to her beloved University she retired in October, 2009, as the User Liaison/Coordinator, Information Technology Central Services. There, she acted as a technology liaison to numerous academic units, helping people make effective use of technology to further workplace satisfaction, productivity and community. She will be deeply missed by a loving circle of friends and colleagues. Karen is survived by her loving husband of 44 years, Kenneth K. Dickinson, their three children: son Kit Dickinson, (Christie) and their daughters Kara and Riley and son Drew of Ann Arbor, Michigan; daughter Lesley K. Backofen (Henry August Backofen IV (Hank)), and their three sons, Henry August Backofen V (Finn), Liam Kenneth and Sean Patrick of Chicago, Illinois; and son Patrick S. Dickinson of Chicago Illinois. She is also survived by two sisters, Judith Sager Peyton (Norman P. Olson), of Chicago; Kathryn S. Hews, (Robert Hews,) of Portland, Maine, her daughter Carrie S. Tamayo (Daniel Tamayo) of Syracuse, New York and son Christopher Potts (Catherine Quinn) and their daughter Gabrielle Potts of Seattle Washington, brother-in-law Dennis Dickinson (Mary Jo), their son, John Dickinson, and daughter Cathy Dickinson and granddaughter Tessa; and brother-in-law Terence Dickinson. A Memorial Mass is planned at 10:00 am on Friday, April 20, 2012 at St. Mary's Student Parish, 331 Thompson Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 near the University of Michigan's Ann Arbor Campus, followed by a reception. The family requests that memorial contributions be made to the Dickinson Family Charitable Scholarship Fund for undergraduate students in need. Checks can be made payable to the University of Michigan and sent to 500 South State Street, Suite 5000, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 48109. Other contributions could be made to St. Mary's Student Parish (331 Thompson St, Ann Arbor Michigan 48104). Arrangements entrusted to the Muehlig Funeral Chapel, Ann Arbor, Michigan, muehligannarbor.com.
1960 - Don Scellato - (5/18/2017) - Donald (Don) Joseph Scellato March 22, 1942 to May 18, 2017, Resident of Alameda
Donald Joseph Scellato was born on March 22, 1942 in Alexandria, LA to the late Francis Donald Scellato and Jean Eloise Davis. He passed away in Alameda, CA on May 18, 2017 and is survived by his wife, Virginia Ambrosini, children Deborah Phillips and Matt Scellato, stepsons Joseph Ambrosini and Mark Ambrosini, grandchildren Kristin Stritzel and Corinne Stritzel, step-grandchildren Veronica, Vanessa, Anjelica, Jocelyn and Julia Ambrosini, and by his sister Mimi Betz.
Don graduated from the United States Merchant Marine Academy in King Point, NY and subsequently worked in the shipping industry for American President Lines in numerous capacities, serving as General Manager in New York, Southern California, Hong Kong and the Midwest. He specialized in logistics and was Director of Operations for North America as well as Manager of Fleet Control in the logistics department. Since 1996, Don served as an independent consultant and Principal of Scellato Consulting Services and was a Fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants USA (IMC). He served on the Board of Directors of IMC and held various roles as Special Events Chair and President of the Northern California Chapter of IMC.
A golf enthusiast, Don volunteered annually at three PGA-sponsored golf events which benefit charities related to social improvement, medical support and youth activities. He was also a published author of several computer guides and manuals.
Family and Friends are invited to a Celebration of Don's Life on Saturday, May 27, 2017 at 12:00pm at Greer Family Mortuary and Cremation Services, 2694 Blanding Ave., Alameda. A reception will follow.
1960 - Curtis Schoppert - (5/15/1997) - Curtis' wife Louetta Schoppert writes: Curtis John Schoppert was born January 16, 1942. John graduated from Wakefield High School on June 14, 1960. He married Louetta M. Schoppert Jume 12, 1964; had 2 children, Leslie Danielle, born in 1967 and Jason Neil, born in 1972. John also is survived by 3 grandchildren: Brandon Michael, age 13; Alexander Jonathan, age 11; and Carleigh Marie, age 9. Curtis passed away on May 15, 1997 in Fairfax, Virginia of cancer.
1960 - Douglas Presley Scott - (5/30/2012) - Doug's son Christopher D. Scott writes: I reviewed the Wakefield High School alumni website and saw the memoriam page. I am the executor of my father's probate estate and I believe there was no obituary published regarding my father. For your convenience, here is a short summary of my father's life for publication on the Wakefield High School website:
"Douglas P. Scott - December 28, 1942 - May 30,2012
Doug Scott was born in Washington, D.C. on December 28, 1942, and grew up in South Arlington attending Barcroft Elementary School and graduating from Wakefield High School in 1960. After graduating from high school, he earned a B.A. in Economics from George Washington University ("GWU") in 1964, an M.A. in Philosophy in 1969, and a Masters in Public Administration from GWU in 1970. He earned a Juris Doctor from George Mason University ("GMU") in 1984, an M.A. in Economics in 1992, an M.S. in Information Technology in 2002, and another M.S. in Statistics in 2005 from GMU. He was particularly proud of his experience as a varsity football player for Wakefield H.S.
He married Jo Anne W. Scott (nee Winney) on September 17, 1966 at the Arlington Presbyterian Church on Columbia Pike, and was married to her for the next 40 years until her death on September 18, 2006. He loved his wife very much and never recovered from her death. Their marriage produced two children. He lived in Arlington until March of 1970 when he purchased a home in Annandale, Virginia where he lived until his death 42 years later.
He began his career as a U.S. civil servant in 1961 with U.S. Postal Service, rose quickly through the civilian federal workforce reaching GS-15 in 1975, and retired as a GS-15 with the Federal Emergency Management Agency at the end of 2004.
He is survived by his brother, David L. Scott (Wakefield High School Class of 1962), of Arlington, Virginia; his former brother-in-law, Justin W. Winney, Jr. (Wakefield High School Class of 1968), of Jackson Hole, Wyoming; his son, Christopher D. Scott of Arlington, Virginia; his daughter, Cordia V. Hennaman of Chesterfield County, Virginia; and six grandchildren."
I would be interested in talking to anyone who remembers my father from his days at Wakefield High School. Thank you for taking the trouble to keep the alumni website going.
1960 - Charles Wilbur Shafer - (3/14/1975) - According to Military Records Charles was a SP-4 US ARMY in Vietnam. His buried in the Barrancas National Cemetery in Pensacola, FL – Section 36 Site 406
1960 - Paul Beckett Shannon - (1/28/2002) - The Kentucky Post of Covington, Kentucky - February 7, 2002
Paul Beckett Shannon, 59, of Rosslyn, Virginia, died January 28, 2002, in Rosslyn. There are no immediate survivors. Memorial Mass will be at 3:40 p.m. Sunday at St. Elizabeth Medical Center North Chapel, Covington. Cremation was in Rosslyn. Memorials: National Kidney Foundation, 250 East Liberty Street, Suite 710, Louisville, Kentucky 40202. Arrangements: Linnemann Funeral Home. Burlington, Kentucky.
1960 - John Shasteen - (3-1-2017) - John Phillips Shasteen was born in Ft. Gordon, Georgia to parents John Lee and Grace Lucille (Phillips) Shasteen and entered into eternal rest on March 1, 2017 at the age of 74. John attended Rutgers for engineering, graduated from University of Texas at Arlington with a Bachelors Degree in Business and TCU with a Masters in Business. John served in the United States Army and was a Vietnam veteran. He was on the TET offensive, 1st of the 9th Air Calvary division. John loved sailing and working on cars. He was a member of the Triumph Club and Sailing Club in Houston. John was a very loving and caring man who will be missed by all who knew and loved him.
John was preceded in death by his parents.
He is survived by his loving wife of 51 years Marissa Shasteen of Gun Barrel City, son David Shasteen and wife Alison of Heath TX, son Michael Shasteen and wife Mina of The Colony TX, son Chris O'Keefe and wife Debbie of Ashburn, VA and son Greg O'Keefe and wife Trac of Stanford VA, grandchildren; Dorian Shasteen, Alex, Colin and Nathan Shasteen, Sean O'Keefe and wife Brittney Beckett, Caitlin O'Keefe, great -grandchildren; Lilly Beckett, Aria O'Keefe and other loving family members and many more friends.
1960 - Diane Shupper Cox - (11/1/2004) - The Washington Post, Washington D.C. - November 4, 2004 Diane Elizabeth Shupper Cox died on November 1, 2004, at Fairfax Hospital, a resident of McLean, Virginia, for 20 years and previously of Great Falls, Virginia. Beloved wife of Donald Cox; daughter of Barbara Baty Shupper; mother of Pamela Leigh McPheters and Timothy J. Cox; sister of Thomas Baty Shupper of Tulsa, Oklahoma, John Burton Shupper of Columbia, South Carolina. Also survived by grandchildren, Ryan James McPheters and Adam Thomas McPheters. Family will receive friends on Saturday, November 6, 2004 from 12 Noon until time of service at 1 p.m. at National Funeral Home, 7482 Lee Highway, Falls Church, Virginia. Interment in National Memorial Park.
1960 - John W Sipes - (8/1/2001) - The Washington Post, Washington, D.C. - August 16, 2001 John William "J.W." Sipes Jr., 58, who sold audio systems and scuba diving equipment, died August 1, 2001 at Virginia Hospital Center in Arlington of a ruptured cerebral aneurysm. Mr. Sipes was a native and resident of Arlington. He attended Wakefield High School and Wake Forest University. As a salesman of audio systems and scuba diving equipment, he combined his avocation and vocation. Most recently, he worked for American Water Sports in Falls Church. He also worked with Audio Associates in Arlington. Survivors include his companion, Kathryn Lynn of Arlington; his mother, Frances Norton Sipes of Arlington; and a brother, Dr. James N. Sipes of Alexandria.
1960 - Ron Sizemore - (2/19/2009) - Friday, February 20, 2009 3:53 PM MST Ronald Harry Sizemore, Ron to those who knew him well, was born on February 28, 1942 in Charleston, West Virginia, to Harry Hiram Sizemore and Eula Beavers Sizemore. Ron was raised in the coal mining country of south western Virginia and West Virginia as his father worked as miner and later a butcher for the company store. Ron attended Big Creek High School in West Virginia until his senior year. He was a member of the "Rocket Boys." The Rocket Boys (also known by the film adaptation "October Sky") is Homer Hickam Jr.'s memoir portraying life growing up in a West Virginia company mining town, and a boy's pursuit of amateur rocketry inspired by the launch of Sputnik. Today, the book is one of the most often picked community/library reads in the United States. During his last year of high school his family moved to Northern Virginia where he graduated from Arlington's Wakefield High School in 1960. Around Washington D.C., Ron worked as an auto mechanic; a trade he learned at the knee of his Grandfather. He worked for the National Chamber of Commerce and later became a computer programmer for the Washington Post. In 1964, Ron married his first wife, Nancy Krushensky, and they had two children, Bonnie Lynn and Robert Zane, and later divorced. In 1974, while visiting Vivi and Gary Crandall in the Sweetwater area, Ron met one of the loves of his life; Wyoming. After that visit, Ron quit his job at the Washington Post, moved to Wyoming, and went to work for Bernard Sun on the Sun Ranch near Rawlins. In February 1976, Ron met the other love of his life, Jane Chiswell Bayless. He went to work for the True companies of Casper as a computer programmer in August and they were married in February of 1977. While working for True for over 30 years, Ron became their IT Manager and retired in April 2007. He was a member of the Casper Petroleum Club. Ron served on the board of directors and spent a year as president. An avid reader, Ron was a wordsmith and a firm believer in self education. His interests included: photography, woodworking, reading, history, Wyoming, and anything that would increase his knowledge of the workings of life. Ron enjoyed his dog, visiting with his family, and traveling. Ron Sizemore died on February 19, 2009 in his Casper home after a five year bout with renal cell cancer under the care of his wife Jane and Hospice. He is survived by his wife Jane Chiswell Sizemore of 32 years, his daughter Bonnie Lynn Sizemore Collier, of Louisa,Virginia; his sons Steven Herbert Bayless, of Arlington,Virginia and Robert Zane Sizemore of Cleveland, Texas; stepmother Amelia Sizemore of Tazwell, Virginia; siblings Judith Sizemore Fuller of Reading, Pennsylvania, and Kathy Sizemore Matney of Marion, Virginia; sister-in-law Jeannie Hulse, and her family, and his dog Angus. Memorial services will be Tuesday, February 24th at 2:00 pm at. the First United Methodist Church. Memorial donations and contributions in memory of Ron Sizemore may be made to the Central Wyoming Hospice, 319 South Wilson, Casper, Wyoming 82601.
1960 - Martha Slayton - (9/14/1988) - The Washington Post, Washington D.C. - September 17,1988 Martha Slayton Drum, 46, an orthodontic technician and a former member of the Northern Virginia Dental Assistants Society, died of cancer September 14, 1988 at her home in Alexandria. Mrs. Drum was born in Newport, Vermont, and reared in Arlington, Virginia. She graduated from Wakefield High School in 1960. A certified dental technician of the American Dental Assistants Association, she received her professional training from various orthodontists in the Washington area. From 1960 to 1967 she was an assistant to Dr. George Tunstell. Since then she had worked for Dr. Brendan Stack in Vienna. Survivors include her husband, Dr. Roland H. Drum of Alexandria, Virginia, an orthodontist; her mother, Margaret T. Slayton, also of Alexandria, and a brother, Dr. Michael E. Slayton, a physician of Blacksburg, Virginia.
1960 - Charles Evans Smith - (1/10/2012) - The Washington Post, Washington, D.C. - January 17, 2012
Charles E. Smith, of Arlington County, Virginia, died Tuesday, January 10, 2012 at his home. He loved his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and was devoted to his family and friends. He had many hobbies, including calligraphy and photography.
Survivors include: his brother-in-law, James Barr; two nieces, Cindy Shackelford (and her husband, John) and Sandy Payne (and her husband, Pete); a nephew, Bryan Barr (and his wife, Sara); all of Stafford County, Virginia; and numerous other family members.
Funeral will be held at 11 a.m., Wednesday, January 18 at Murphy Funeral Home, 4510 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia, with the Rev. Franklin Carrington officiating. The family will receive friends one hour prior to service. Burial will follow in Cedar Hill Cemetery.
1960 - Robert Q Smith - (3/26/2006) - St. Petersburg Times, St. Petersburg, Florida Robert Q. "Bob" Smith, 63, of Oldsmar, Florida, died Sunday, March 26, 2006 at home. He was born in Washington, D.C. and came here in 1976 from Arlington, Virginia. He was a graduate of American University, Washington, D.C., and Baptist College, Graceville, Florida. Survivors include three daughters, Stephanie Davilla, Haymarket, Virginia, Susan McClanahan, Chantilly, Virginia, Sharon Balda, Ashburn, Virginia.; his mother, Pearl Smith, Palm Harbor, Florida; a brother, Don Paul Smith, St. Petersburg, Florida; and 10 grandchildren. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes and Cremation Services, Palm Harbor Chapel, Palm Harbor.
1960 - Edward Brooks Solomon - (5/23/1990) - On Wednesday, May 23, 1990 at the National Orthopedic Hospital Edward B. Solomon of Alexandria, Virginia; son of Mary M. Johnson; brother of John O. Soloman. Friends may call at the Everly Wheatley Funeral Home, 1500 West Braddock Road, Alexandria, Virginia, Sunday and Monday from 7 to 9 a.m., where funeral services will be held Tuesday, May 29, at 9:30 a.m. Interment at Quantico National Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Calvary United Methodist Church, 23rd and South Grant Streets, Arlington, Virginia.
1960 - Anne Sparks Orr - (12/29/2014) - Hi Friends of Anne,
I wanted to let you all know that my dear mom, Anne Orr, passed away Monday morning after a diagnosis of stage 4 lung cancer in early November. She was remarkably Stoic about her illness; she said that she was ready to go and had fulfilled her life’s missions. Her cup of joy was full, and her responsibilities were complete.
In November just before Thanksgiving, Mom came out to California to live in an assisted living facility blocks from me and my husband Andrew (after a truly comical stay living in close quarters with her daughter again in a hotel waiting for her place to be ready). She entered hospice care right away. I went to see her every day, and her caregivers were great. It was difficult to see this quick witted and outspoken woman with such considerable powers reduced in that way that cancer operates. I was grateful that end came mercifully quickly.
I know that you all know my mom. She loved books (especially mysteries), history (her major at MWC when we graduated together in 1991), cats, writing, painting, the ocean, seashells, the color blue, and the Obamas (seriously, they have been a particular passion since 2003).
Mom, a liberal Democrat to the her core, has wonderful stories of her working life in Washington, D. C. like working for the great Senator Paul Douglas, having lunch with Walter Ruther (while I was in utero), and walking into an elevator at HUD (where she worked at the time) and running face first into Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s security detail, realizing who she was trying to get on the elevator with, she backed away out of respect. Then, she was invited back onto the elevator by Dr. King himself. She was elated. I think that she really missed working in political circles after 1980, when Reagan entered office and even liberal clerical workers were out of fashion.
Anne will be cremated with no service, according to her wishes. I will leave her Facebook page up for a while if people would like to post remembrances to share with her friends. If anyone would like to make a contribution to an organization in her memory, may I suggest the Organizing for America, National Organization for Women, Planned Parenthood, or if none of those are your cup of tea, then the American Cancer Society.
Thank you all for being her friends, Jennifer Eagan (her daughter)
1960 - James Edward "Buddy" Spedden - (12/18/2016) - James E. Spedden of Gainesville, Virginia, passed peacefully on December 18, 2016. He is survived by his wife Launie Spedden, sons James E. Spedden, Jr. and Kenneth A. Spedden. Loving father-in-law to Jennifer Spedden and Katarina Spedden. Devoted grandfather to Jenna S. Spedden, Jamie C. Spedden, Connor W. Spedden and Colten K. Spedden. He is also survived by his sister Barbara J. Spedden and his brother Arthur L. Spedden, Jr and his wife Joshlyn Spedden. Born and residing in Virginia for most of his life James dedicated much of the twilight of his time on this earth in service to God through personal evangelism and a committed focus to be in relationship with his Heavenly Father. A gifted athlete in his youth, sports played a very active role in his professional passion and interests. Our family is comforted knowing that he is in Heaven and by the prayers and support offered by both our friends and Church family members.
There will be a time for visitation Wednesday December 28, 2016 at 12:30pm in the Murphy Funeral Home Falls Church Chapel. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday December 28, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. also in the Murphy Funeral Home chapel located at 1102 West Broad Street, Falls Church, VA 22046. Interment will follow at National Memorial Park.
1960 - Gloria Spiker - - Gloria Ann Spiker was married to Laurence William Barczewski August 3, 1961 in Arlington, Virginia. They moved to Port Austin, Michigan where she passed away in 1966.
1960 - Barbara Jean Stubbs Kovacs - (1/6/2015) - The News & Observer, Raleigh, North Carolina, Jan. 18, 2015
Barbara Stubbs Barbara Stubbs Kovacs, 73, passed away on January 6, 2015. She was a resident of Baywoods Community in Annapolis, Maryland, where she enjoyed many friends.
She was born in Orlando, Florida, the daughter of Col. Gail L. Stubbs and Jean D. Stubbs.
Barbara lived in many places throughout her youth as the daughter of a career United States Air Force military father, whom she loved and admired greatly. She graduated from high school in Arlington, Virginia, and went on to attend Stephens College, in Columbia, Missouri. She married, became a mother, and particularly enjoyed her many years living in Cary, North Carolina, prior to relocating to Annapolis to be near family.
She was appreciated by many for her special talents as an interior designer, which she studied at Purdue University, and that passion is something she passed along to her daughters. She enjoyed being outdoors in warm weather and gardening became a favorite hobby. She had a penchant for creating beautiful homes, and was also a wonderful cook. She was an avid reader and enjoyed exploring and discussing history and politics. She enjoyed deep conversation.
Barbara loved animals, especially her dogs. She enjoyed riding horses in her youth and in college, and admired them for their majesty and beauty. Barbara volunteered her time as a special helper at her grandchildren's elementary school. She was known and appreciated for her kindness and for being a help to her neighbors and friends.
Barbara was a breast cancer survivor and her grace, charm, and elegance will be dearly missed.
Barbara attended First Baptist Church, in Cary, North Carolina as well as Redeemer of Annapolis. She was especially comforted by her church communities, as well as the community of friends in Severna Park, where she also lived prior to moving to Annapolis.
The family would like to send a special thanks to her very loving and dear companion, Col. Michael Spiro (USMC) Ret., with whom she enjoyed much happiness with towards the end of her life.
Barbara is survived by three daughters, Susan Crockett, and Anne Marie Bass, both of Raleigh, North Carolina and Janet Thomasson, of Ponte Vedra, Florida, son in law, Dann Thomasson, and five grandchildren, Brandon, Cameron, William, John and Sarah. Barbara was preceded in death by her husband, Stephen G. Kovacs, in 2006.
A memorial service will be planned at a future date, as the family organizes the details.
The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to:
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention http://afsp.donordrive.com – OR - The Avon Foundation for Women - Attn: Donations, 1 Avon Plaza, Rye, NY 10580, Tel: 212-282-5000, info@avon foundation.org
1960 - Larry J Swick - (3/2/1995) - Larry James Swick, 51, of Olympia, Washington, died Thursday, March 2, 1995 in his home. Cause of death is not available. He was born January 4, 1942 in Bremerton, Washington, to Richard A. and Erma G. (Peterson) Swick. Mr. Swick served in the Army in Panama and was honorably discharged in 1964. He moved to Olympia, Washington in 1969. He was employed by Artistry in Flowers. Mr. Swick is survived by his parents, Richard A. and Erma G. Swick, Sacramento, California; one brother, Gary, Portland, Oregon; two sisters, Joanne Cabral, Castle Rock, Washington, and Maxine Shade, Virginia Beach, Virginia, and several nieces and nephews. Arrangements are by Woodlawn Funeral Home, Lacey, Washington.
1960 - Carole L Thomas - (9/23/1990) - Carole Louise Thomas Williams passed away September 23, 1990 in Harris County, Texas. Her Death Notice appeared in the Houston Chronical, September 26,1990. Her cremains are entombed in Columbarium II on the east side of Columbia Gardens in Arlington, Virginia.
1960 - Glen Parker Thorpe - (2/10/2008) - The Loudon Times-Mirror, Leesburg, Virginia Glen Parker Thorpe, 66, of Philomont, Virginia; who retired in 2007 from his patent reproduction business, Quality Patent Printing, died at home February 10, 2008. Mr. Thorpe was born July 17, 1941, in Washington, D.C., to the late Shelton I. and Virginia Thorpe. He attended Corcoran Art College in Washington, D.C., and was later employed by Quinn Patent Printing in Arlington, Virginia. He started his own business, Quality Patent Printing in 1973. He taught faith and healing and prayed and ministered to those in need. He enjoyed nature and the outdoors. Survivors include his wife, Deborah A. Thorpe of Philomont; his son. Thomas Thorpe, also of Philomont; four daughters, Shelly Shultz of Front Royal, Kimberly Huff of Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, Deborah Boer of Franklin, Tennessee, and Mandy Thorpe of Philomont; 11 grandchildren; and two sisters, Collene Wilson of Thousand Oaks, California and Charla Osborne of Naples, Florida. Mr. Thorpe was cremated. Memorials may be sent to the Thorpe Benevolence Fund, c/o Living Faith Church, 10266 Battleview Parkway, Manassas, Virginia 20109.
1960 - Edward F Tubbs - (3/17/1992) - Edward F. Tubbs, on March 17,1992, of Herndon, Virginia. Husband of Carolyn E. Tubbs, father of Brian E. Tubbs and Kimberly L. Tubbs. On Friday, March 20, the family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Bethlehem Baptist Church, 4601 West Ox Road, Fairfax, Virginia and where funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 21. Interment at Chestnut Grove Cemetery, Herndon, Virginia. The family request in lieu of flowers, memorials be made to Bethlehem Christian Academy, 4601 West Ox Road, Fairfax, Virginia 22030. Arrangements by Green Funeral Home, Herndon, Virginia.
1960 - Thomas J Vallario - (3/11/2017) - Thomas Joseph Vallario, 75, of Hubert, died Saturday, March 11, 2017 at his home. Funeral services will be held at 11:00AM on Thursday, March 16, 2017 at Jones Funeral Home, Jacksonville Chapel. Burial, with full military honors, will follow at Coastal Carolina State Veterans Cemetery.
Mr. Thomas was preceded in death by a daughter, Hope Howard.
He is survived by his wife, Joyce Davidson Vallario; four daughters, Nicole Sadler, Tracy Vallario, Shele Humphrey, all of Hubert, Alice Vallario of Wallace, NC; four sons, Anthony Vallario, Thomas Hanna and Michael Vallario, all of Hubert, and Michael Hanna of Maysville; thirty-two grandchildren; and twenty-eight great-grandchildren.
The family will receive friends Wednesday evening from 6 - 8 PM at the funeral home.
1960 - Dean Vandale - (5/5/1989) - Dean Spaith Vandale was born November 1, 1941 as Edward Dean Spaith. Dean was adopted. He later changed his name to Vandale. He had two children with Roberta Ann Frost: Wendy Vandale and James Vandale. Dean Vandale died May 5, 1989.
1960 - Kenneth W Wagner - (12/8/1995) - The Washington Post, Washington, D.C. - December 11, 1995 Kenneth Wayne Wagner of Annandale, Virginia died on Friday, December 8, 1995. Loving husband of Mary Ann Wagner, beloved father of James Hamilton Wagner, Ann Elizabeth Wagner, Vivian Kay Wagner, and Susan Elaine Holbrook. Brother of Roger Wagner. The family will be present at Murphy's Falls Church Funeral Home, 1102 West Broad Street from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m., Sunday, December 10. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held 11a.m. Monday, December 11 at St. Philips Catholic Church, 7500 St. Philips Court, Falls Church, Virginia. Interment Columbia Gardens Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Life With Cancer Program, 3300 Gallows Road, Falls church, Virginia 22066.
1960 - Thomas W Waterman - (1/3/1960) - On Sunday, January 3, 1960, at Arlington Hospital, Thomas A. Waterman, son of Philip and Virginia Waterman of Arlington, Virginia, and brother of Mrs. Virlean Wessberg of Lapuente, California. Friends may call at the Arlington Funeral Home, 3901 North Fairfax Drive, Arlington, Virginia, until 10 p. m. Tuesday. January 3. Services on Friday, January 8, at 2 p. m. at the Ketcham Gardner Funeral Home 2036 West 79th Street, Chicago, Illinois.
1960 - Joseph James Weatherly - (1/6/2012) - The Washington Post, Washington D.C. - 1/8/2012
Joseph J. Weatherly, III, of Falls Church, Virginia, died Friday, January 6, 2012 from an extended illness. He was born March 6, 1942 and was preceded in death by his parents Doris and Joseph, Jr. He is survived by two brothers, Thomas and Robert; four children, Betty, Jay, John and Penny; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Friends may call Murphy Falls Church Funeral Home, 1102 West Broad Street, (Route 7) on Tuesday, January 10 from 6 to 8 p.m. where the services will be held on Wednesday, January 11 at 11 a.m. Interment Chestnut Grove Cemetery, Herndon, Virginia.
1960 - Robert C "Bob" Webb - (12/24/2007) - The Washington Post, Washington D.C. - December 27, 2007 Mr. Robert Charles Webb, 65, of Mount Airy, Maryland, died on Monday, December 24, 2007 at Frederick Memorial Hospital, Frederick, Maryland. He was the husband for 40 years of Patricia A. Webb. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, on October 23, 1942, he was the son of the late Harry Reed and Mary Ellen Hitchcock Webb. Surviving in addition to his wife is a daughter, Dana Webb of New Market, Virginia, and a son, Michael Webb of Mount Airy; brothers, Harry Webb and wife, Diane, of White Plains, New York and Dick Webb and his wife, Barbara, of Arlington, Virginia; nieces, Debbi and Robin Webb and nephews Thomas Webb and Matt Tracy. Also survived by numerous cousins and close friends Gary and Shirley Evans. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, December 28 at the Stauffer Funeral Home, 8 East Ridgeville Boulevard, Mount Airy, where funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, December 29. The Reverend Mary Pat Ashby will officiate. Interment will be in the Pine Grove Cemetery, Mount Airy, Maryland. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 1393 Progress Way, Eldersburg, Maryland 21784, the American Heart Association 4217 Park Place Court, Glen Allen, Virginia 23060 or to the charity of choice. Online condolences may be expressed to the Webb Family at: www.staufferfuneralhome.com.
1960 - David E Wiggins - (3/3/1998) - The Sun Herald, Biloxi, Mississippi - March 8,1998 David Eugene Wiggins, born January 11, 1942, passed away on March 3,1998 in Gulfport, Miassissippi. He was a retired lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army. He was awarded the Order of the Eagle in Boy Scouts. His education included high school, Arlington, Virginia, bachelor's from University of Texas-Arlington, MBA and Ph.D. from Indiana University. He served with the 82nd Airborne Division, Special Forces. He was awarded the Bronze Star for Vietnam service and the Meritorious Service Medal on retirement. His life was devoted to his country and his family. He is survived by his daughters, Amy Filley, Elizabeth Wiggins and Joy Wiggins; his mother, Mary lone Wiggins; and sisters, Diane Hartley and Judy Bowers. A memorial service will be conducted at 1 p.m. on Monday, March 9, 1998, from the downtown chapel of Riemann Funeral Home, 25th Avenue in Gulfport. Additional services will be conducted from the Main Chapel, Fort Sam Houston at 1 p.m. on Tuesday and interment will be in the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery.
1960 - William Willingham - (9/20/2015) - William Nelson "Willie" Willingham Jr., 73, formerly of Mount Jackson, went to his heavenly home on Sunday, September 20th, 2015 in Orange City, Florida.
Willie was born November 23rd, 1941 in The Plains, VA, son of William Nelson, Sr. and Clara Moore Willingham.
He was greeted by his wife, Mary Ann Harmon, who he married April 1st, 1960 in Arlington and missed greatly since her passing eight years ago.
Surviving are three daughters, Marian Leannarda, Alice Willingham, and Charlotte Laws and her husband, Sean; a son, William N. Willingham, III; a sister, Virginia Graham of Orange City; a granddaughter, Amanda Laws; and many nieces, nephews, beloved extended family, and friends.
A daughter, Sheila Willingham, is deceased as well as two sisters, a brother and parents.
1960 - Chester Leroy Wilson - (9/21/1995) - LeRoy Wilson Jr., 53, of Anaheim, California, a pharmacist for Anaheim Memorial Hospital, died September 21, 1995 of natural causes. Services will be held at Hilgenfeld Mortuary, Anaheim. Private burial. He is survived by his wife, Joyce; daughters, Joy, of Kansas, and Ann Marie, of Anaheim; parents, Chester and Lila Wilson of West Virginia; and sisters, Mary Beth Smith of Maryland and Virginia Sheehan of Virginia.
1960 - Jeffrey Winter Sr - (2/27/1996) - Bill Phillips (Class of 1960) wrote to Rich Lyons: I visited with the parents of Jeff Winter several years ago, since Jeff and I were close buddies in high school. They told me the following: Jeff was visiting relatives in the Buffalo, New York area. There was a big snow storm and Jeff went out to help shovel the sidewalk. He slipped on the ice and fell, hitting his head on concrete. He later went to bed rather than getting examined, thinking the blow to his head was not serious. Unfortunately, he died in his sleep from a brain hemorrhage. His parents still live in South Arlington, Virginia.
1960 - Peggy Wolf Alexander - (1/6/2009) - Margaret "Peggy" Ann Wolf Alexander, 66, of Heathsville, Virginia, a dearly loved wife, mother, daughter, grandmother and friend, departed this life on January 6, 2009 after a courageous fight to continue her life peacefully with her Lord and Savior. She was predeceased by her sister, Diane "Lynn" Carpenter. She is survived by her devoted husband of 45 years, Ronald L. Alexander and her beloved parents; John E. Wolf of Bradenton Florida and Edna M. Wolf of Jasper, Indiana, her son, David "Kirk" Alexander and wife Tammie of Mechanicsville, Maryland, her daughter; Kelli Hamblin and husband Mike of Heathsville, Virginia, four grandchildren; David Alexander, Jr., Nicole Bishop, Colin Hamblin and Brianne Hamblin, a very special friend; Jo Grubb of Richmond, Virginia, and her special miracle doctor and friend, Dr. Joseph Bessler. She was born in Washington D.C. then moved to Arlington, Virginia. She graduated from Wakefield High School in 1960, furthered her education at Strayer College and married in March of 1963. She then moved to Springfield, Virginia. and traveled every weekend to spend time boating in the Northern Neck of Virginia. She settled in her waterfront home in Heathsville, Virginia in 1989, where she enjoyed watching the beauty of nature. She was currently employed at EVE Bank in Burgess, Virginia. Peggy was a kindhearted woman who showed great compassion for her friends, family and loved ones. She was a sterling example of strength, purpose and determination and most of all had a deep and abiding love for her family and friends. The family will receive friends at Faulkner Family Funeral Home and Crematory, Burgess, Virginia on Saturday, January 10, 2009 from 1 to 3:00 PM. Services will be private. Memorial contributions may be made to Mid-County Volunteer Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 355, Heathsville, Virginia 22473 or to Northern Neck Free Health Clinic, c/o Dr. Joseph Bessler and Dr. Steve Glessner, 51 William B. Graham Court, Kilmarnock, Virginia 22482. Online remembrances may be made at faulknerfamilyfuneralhome.com
1960 - Ernest D Wolfe - Died in February 2015
1960 - Sharon Lee Wolfe - (8/17/1986) - Seattle Post Intelligencer, Seattle, Washington - August 26, 1986 Sharon Lee Wolfe died in Federal Way, King County, Washington on August 17, 1986 at the age of 44.
1960 - Donald T Woods - (12/13/1993) - Joan Woods Mahal, Donald's sister, writes: Donald T. Woods worked for a local printing firm after leaving Wakefield. During his stint with the Army he served in Colorado, and after an honorable discharge he battled cancer and was treated with "the newest aggressive" procedures at Georgetown University Hospital. This was an extremely hard time for him and the family. Don joined the Federal Protective Service and bought a townhouse in Danbury Forest in Springfield, Virginia. He celebrated the Bicentennial by getting a red, white, and blue van with an American eagle emblazoned on the side. He loved taking road trips and took his motorcycle to Colorado, Florida, Connecticut and Nova Scotia. Once during one of numerous stays at the Veterans' Hospital in Washington, D.C. he spoke with First Lady Hilary Clinton about the needs of patients with heart disease. Another surprising conversation he had was with folk singer Joan Baez late one summer night on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. His life long friend was "Bucky" Florence. In spite of numerous hospitalizations his health required, he always was positive and looked for the best in others and in life in general. He is remembered for his caring and generous spirit. Don died in December 1993.
1960 - Mary Virginia Woods Smith - (1/22/2006) - The Bulletin, Bend, Oregon - January 26, 2006 Mary Virginia Woods Smith of Bend, Oregon died Sunday, Jan. 22, 2006 of cancer. She was 63. A graveside service will be held at noon Friday at Deschutes Memorial Gardens. A memorial service will follow at 1 p.m. at First Baptist Church. Ms. Smith was born April 21, 1942, in Washington D.C. to Virginia and Elmer Woods. She attended Bible College. Ms. Smith worked as a secretary until she retired in 1996. She enjoyed horses and being around her grandchildren. Survivors include a daughter, Kristie Ratashak of Bend, Oregon; her mother of Virginia; a sister, Lois Miller of Virginia; and two grandchildren. Autumn Funerals is in charge of arrangements.
1960 - William A Wright - (2/13/2001) - Former Falls Church, Virginia resident William Alexander Wright Jr., 60, died of a heart ailment February 13, 2001 at his home in Shelby, North Carolina, where he had lived for the last year. Born October 11, 1940, in Washington, D.C., he was the son of William A Wright and the late Parle Liptrap. Mr. Wright grew up in Arlington, Virginia and graduated from Wakefield High School. He suffered from diabetes, and when his condition allowed him to work, he was employed at the Cameron Station Commissary stand in Alexandria, Virginia, and the Navy Annex concession stand in Arlington. He was a member of the Glen Carlyn Road Baptist Church in Arlington. In 1953, Mr. Wright and his parents were among the first members of the congregation to be baptized at the Glen Carlyn Road Baptist Church. Mr. Wright's survivors include his father and a sister, Teresa W. Round, both of Shelby, North Carolina. Services were held for Mr. Wright on Friday at Glen Carlyn Road Baptist Church. Burial followed at National Memorial Park in Falls Church, Virginia. Remembrances may be sent to his father in Shelby.
1960 - Millard C Young - (4/16/1982) - Millard was born in Bexar County, Texas (San Antonio area) on October 13, 1942 and died April 16, 1982 in Northern Virginia after moving there from Texas in 1980. He was married to Annette G. Young on November 29, 1969. Chet served in the Army from 1964 to 1967. His father was Brigadier General Millard C. Young, Sr., USAF, and his mother was Imogene S. Young. His sister is Imogene Lincoln of Annandale, Virginia.
1960 - Truman Y Young - (3/13/1982) - Major Truman Young was killed in a mid-air collision between an Air National Guard aerial tanker jet and a light civilian aircraft, March 13, 1982.
Subsequently, his friends and colleagues established a Prosecutorial Fellowship in his name at Arizona State University.
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1961 - Cynthia Diane Adams
1961 - Scott Agnew - (10/23/1999) - Buried in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens, Spartanburg, SC, plot D4
1961 - Dinah Airheart - (2/16/2005) - Died in Miami Florida
1961 - Alton "Ervin" Altizer - - Died in July 1973 buried in National Memorial Park, Falls Church, VA
1961 - Bruce Appleman - (1/24/2005) - In 2003 Bruce operated a beauty salon near Fort Lee, Virginia. Never married.
The Progress-Index Obituaries published Jan. 26, 2005
Bruce Ellis Appleman, 63, of Petersburg, died Monday, Jan. 24, 2005, at his residence.
He was the son of the late Leroy D. Sr. and Mabel Smith Appleman. Mr. Appleman had owned Bruce's Wig Gallery in Petersburg since 1969. Bruce was a past chairman and vice chairman with the Petersburg Republican Party.
He is survived by a brother and sister-in-law, Leroy Dana Jr. and Eunice Appleman of Richmond; a nephew, Stephen L. Appleman of Dallas; along with several cousins.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 5, 2005, in the Petersburg Chapel of E. Alvin Small Funeral Homes and Crematory, 3935 S. Crater Road. Pastor Charles Clawson and Father John Blankenship will officiate. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Crater Community Hospice, 840 W. Roslyn Road, Colonial Heights, VA 23834.
Burial: Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, VA
1961 - Robert Ardinger - (6/22/1994) - Died in 1994. Buried in Panorama Memorial Gardens, Waterlick, VA
1961 - Bob Arnold - (8/20/1993) - buried National Memorial Park, Falls Church, VA
1961 - Carol Ashton Glenn
1961 - Bill A Backus - - Died in February 1980
1961 - Karen Baiarsky Marchant - (11/9/2012) - Karen B. Marchant, 69, formerly of Buena Vista, died Friday, Nov. 9,2012, at Hock Pavilion in Durham, N.C.
Marchant was a member of the Buena Vista Planning Commission for 12 years, stepping down earlier this year when she and her husband, Dennis Marchant, moved to Fuquay-Varina, N.C. She was a member ,of Christ Episcopal Church in Buena Vista and the service sorority, Xi Beta Kappa chapter of Beta Sigma Phi.
She was born July 31, 1943, in Washington, D.C., a daughter of the late Abraham "Moe" Baiarsky and Josephine "Jo" Delaney Baiarsky. She lived in Arlington prior to her marriage on April 17,1965.
She graduated from Madison College in 1965 with a bachelor of science degree in elementary education. While in college, she was a member of the Alpha Gamma Delta fraternity for women. She worked as a teacher before leaving the profession to raise a family.
She later returned to work as a teaching assistant at Running Brook, Dasher Greene and Waverly elementary schools in Howard County, Md. After retiring, the Marchants moved to Buena Vista.
In addition to her husband, she is survived by a son, Scott Marchant of Fayetteville, N.C.; a daughter, Kristine Marchant of Gamer, N.C.; and three grandchildren.
The funeral liturgy was conducted Monday, Nov. 12, at Trinity Episcopal Church in Fuquay- Varina by the Rev. Roxane Gwyn. Burial followed in Wake Chapel Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Attn: Donor Services, P.O. Box 650309, Dallas, TX 75265-0309, or Rockbridge Area Hospice, 315 Myers St. Lexington, VA 24450
1961 - Walter Edward Betz
1961 - David R Brandt - (12/10/2016) - MANNING - David Richard Brandt, 73, husband of Carol Marie Stadler Brandt, died Saturday, December 10, 2016, after a brief battle with cancer, at his residence.
Born June 27, 1943, in Washington, DC, he was a son of the late Edgar Paul Brandt and the late Beatrice Grace Diehl Brandt. He was a US Navy veteran having served from 1964 to 1970. He was secretary/treasurer and founder of the USS Sampson DDG-10 Association. He was a member of St. Matthias Episcopal Church where he served as junior warden. He was a graduate of Danville Technical Institute, class of 1963. He was a retired facilities manager at Youngstown State University. He was a life member of American Legion Post 290 in Columbiana, Ohio, where he served as past commander and street fair manager. He was a national member of the Ruritans. David enjoyed his church, traveling to the various US National Parks, photography, golf, music, stamp collecting and Corvettes.
He is survived by his wife of ten years of Manning; a daughter, Lisa Pingue (Tony) of Mahwah, New Jersey; a stepdaughter, Amy Stadler Kerley (Kevin) of Paducah, Kentucky; two grandchildren, Alec Pingue and Jonah Pingue; two step grandchildren, Taylor Kerley and Peyton Kerley; a brother, Martin Brandt of Colonial Beach, Virginia; and two sisters, Jackie Marquardt of Fairfield, Pennsylvania and Barbara Taubersmith (Bernie) of Pinehurst, North Carolina.
He was preceded in death by his first wife, Bonita Jayne Brandt, on September 3, 2000.
A funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, December 13, 2016, at St. Matthias Episcopal Church with The Very Reverend David W.T. Thurlow officiating.
Pallbearers will be Toby Jones, Stan Raybits, Eddie Embry, Mike Oerther, Ed Holisky and Mike Chiuchiolo.
A graveside service will be held at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, December 14, 2016, at Florence National Cemetery.
Visitation will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Monday, December 12, 2016, at Stephens Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Matthias Episcopal Church Building Fund, P.O. Box 336, Summerton, SC 29148.
Stephens Funeral Home & Crematory, 304 N. Church Street, Manning, is in charge of arrangements, (803) 435-2179. www.stephensfuneralhome.org
1961 - Thomas Brassel - (10/6/2002)
1961 - Barbara Brett Gamblin - - Died August 1979
1961 - Richard H Bunt - (4/6/1995)
1961 - Clair Burgin
1961 - Janet Cameron Gaylord
1961 - Virginia Carlson Wagener - (10/27/2010) - Reverend Virginia "Ginny" Wagener died peacefully, on October 27, 2010, at Stanford Hospital in California from complications of systemic vascular disease. Her family was at her side when she passed.
Ginny was born on May 12, 1943, in Washington D.C., to Dr. Harold and Elsie Carlson. She is survived by her sister, Joan Hargis, from Fairfax, Virginia, and her daughters Dawn (married to Peter Hill) and Donna (married to Eric Hill), who are all from Palo Alto, California. She was known and adored as "Oma" by her grandchildren: Brian (12), Natalie (10), Zachary (5), and Riley (3).
Ginny graduated from the University of South Carolina with a B.A. in Political Science and later received a Master of Divinity from the Pacific Lutheran School of Theology in Berkeley, California. She combined her passions for politics and spiritually by dedicating herself to fighting for social justice and equality regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation, or gender.
Among the early female ordained ministers in the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, Ginny went on to pastor churches in California and Nebraska. In 1991, she found her true calling as the Director of the South Coast Ecumenical Council in Long Beach, California. In 2004, she transformed the South Coast Ecumenical Council into the South Coast Interfaith Council ("SCIC") to fulfill her vision of joining people from all traditions to address social concerns, such as hunger and homelessness, racial and religious intolerance, underprivileged children, and domestic violence. During her tenure at the SCIC, the association grew to more than 140 congregations, including sects of the Jewish, Muslim, Hindu and Buddhist faiths. Throughout nearly 18 years at the SCIC, her dedication to these causes had a profound impact on the lives of many.
After being diagnosed with leukemia in 2008, Ginny retired from the SCIC. She moved to Mountain View, California where she was an everyday presence in the lives of her grandchildren. Over the last two years, she devoted herself with her usual zeal to spoiling her grandchildren with love, time, trips to New York and Disneyland, zeppelin rides, ballet lessons, sewing and ettiquite lessons, and a never-ending supply of pop-up books, lifesavers, and M&Ms. She also took particular pride in creating unique birthday cakes for all of her grandchildren's birthday parties and preserving memories through her scrapbooking.
Ginny will be remembered for her fierce commitment to human rights, her giraffe and Cruella de Vil collections, her QVC pastime, and her uncanny ability to be highly opinionated, yet equally tolerant.
All who knew her will remember her motto "Celebrate Life!"
A celebration of her life will be held on November 14, 2010, at 3:00 p.m., at First Lutheran Church of Palo Alto, which is located at 600 Homer Ave., Palo Alto CA 94301. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her honor to: The South Coast Interfaith Council, 759 Linden Ave. Long Beach, CA 90813 www.scinterfaith.org, or the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society www.leukemia-lymphoma.org.
1961 - Glen Casey - - Died February 1979
1961 - John Cassady - (6/21/2012) - John H. Cassady III, 69, who served as deputy chief counsel of the Federal Aviation Administration from 1989 to 1997, died June 21 at his home in Alexandria. He had complications from myelodysplastic syndrome.
The death was confirmed by his former wife, Darlene Freeman.
Mr. Cassady joined the FAA in 1971 and spent many years as a trial and appellate lawyer in enforcement law and the head of the FAA’s regulations and enforcement division. After his service as deputy chief counsel, he spent three years in Brussels as the administration’s assistant chief counsel for Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
After his FAA career, he did consulting work and, from 2003 to 2008, was senior counsel to the law firm of Thompson Coburn in Washington.
John Henry Cassady III was a native Washingtonian and a graduate of Wakefield High School in Arlington County. He was a 1967 graduate of the University of Virginia and a 1970 graduate of its law school.
His marriages to Kathryn Hilyard and Darlene Freeman ended in divorce.
Survivors include two daughters from his first marriage, Jennifer Cassady and Catherine Welch, both of Springfield; a daughter from his second marriage, Lauren Cassady of Alexandria; a sister, Mary Hasty of Fairfax County; two brothers, Timothy Cassady of Harrisonburg, Va., and Patrick Cassady of Peterborough, N.H.; and five grandchildren.
1961 - Philip Castle - (1/31/1997) - Died in 1997. Buried Stonewall Memory Gardens, Manassas, VA
1961 - Thomas Chew - (6/23/1986)
1961 - Alice Clagett - (11/10/1994)
1961 - William Neal Coakley - (1/24/1997)
1961 - David G Colwell - (4/1/2014)
1961 - James Robert Creighton - (8/12/2008)
1961 - Gayle Culpepper Marsh - (3/26/1995)
1961 - William T "Tom" Dinsmore - (7/10/2009) - William "Tom" Dinsmore of Callao, Virginia and Northern Virginia died on Friday, July 10, 2009 at Retreat Hospital in Richmond, Virginia of natural causes. Father of William T. "Bill" Dinsmore, Jr., Tricia Gleaves, Kelley Dinsmore, James Dinsmore, Cynthia Rosano and Barney Dinsmore; brother of Doris Kelly, Linda Helton and Billy Dinsmore and grandfather of Elizabeth, Alicia, Christa, Michael, Will and Chris. He is also survived by his close friends, Jayne Weir and Glenn Everett III.
1961 - Louis Dodson - - Died in September 1990
1961 - Lee E Dudley - (6/27/2005) - OXFORD - Retired Army Sgt. Maj. Lee Eugene Dudley, 62, of 206 Fairway Drive, formerly of Fayetteville, died at his residence Monday, June 27, 2005.
He was the son of the late Charles Clifford and Ann Edwards Dudley.
Mr. Dudley served as the Army instructor for the South Granville High School JROTC program. He began teaching shortly after retiring from the Army with 30 years of service.
In the military, Mr. Dudley earned the highest enlisted rank and served in many positions as an infantryman. He was a highly decorated combat veteran; having served in the Dominican Republic, four tours in the Vietnam War and Grenada. His awards and decorations include the Silver Star, Bronze Star with Valor device and Oak Leaf, Purple Heart, Meritorious Service Medal with three Oak Leaves, Army Commendation Medal with Valor device and four Oak Leaves, Combat Infantryman's Badge, Expert Infantryman's Badge and the Master Parachutist Badge.
Mr. Dudley was a graduate of the Sergeant's Major Academy and served as chief instructor of Oklahoma State University Senior ROTC, for almost five years. He was single,
A graveside service with full military honors will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, July 8,2005, at Sandhills State Veterans Cemetery in Spring Lake, adjacent to Fort Bragg. The family requests the omission of flowers.
Mr. Dudley is survived by his sister, Katharine D. Okada of California; three brothers, Charles M. Dudley and Richard A. Dudley, both of Georgia and the Rev. John C. Dudley of Mississippi; 10 neices; two nephews; and his devoted, longtime companion, Aiko Thaxton.
Services entrusted to Gentry-Newell & Vaughan Funeral Home of Oxford.
Fayetteville Observer, The (NC) - Sunday, July 3, 2005
1961 - Douglas Dye - (7/22/1993)
1961 - Mary Jane Dye Polk - (9/2/2012) - POLK, Mary Jane, passed away at 3:05 a.m. on September 2, 2012. She was the wife, lover, best friend, and most important person in her husband, Carlton Polk's life. She was born in Washington, D.C.; a no-strings attached giver, and always thought of others before herself, even on her deathbed. She was a life long Democrat and lived the Alanon program for more than 30 years!! She leaves behind a sister, Cindy Fitzner; a son, Charles Stafford; a daughter, Mary Jane Stafford; a step-daughter, Leilani Polk; a niece, Laurie Fitzner; and a brother, Denny Dye. She also leaves behind granddaughters, Mary Jane Powell, Cindy Lee Hartman, and Elena Sophia Stafford. Private services will be held.
Published in TBO.com from Sept. 15 to Sept. 16, 2012 (The Tampa Tribune)
1961 - James G Elliot - - Died in December 1994
1961 - Barbara Fagan Spoerl - - Died in July 1987
1961 - Charles E Ferguson - (4/27/2009)
1961 - Raymond T Ferrara - (8/16/2008) - Husband 44 years of Janis L. Ferrara. Also survived by son, Douglas J. Ferrara; brother, Ronald J. Ferrara; cousin, Phil DeCara. He was preceded in death by a son, Ricky Thomas Ferrara. Interment at Fairfax memorial Park, Fairfax, VA followed funeral services conducted Thursday, August 21, 2008.
1961 - Charles Emerson Fetzer
1961 - Betty Gallagher
1961 - Jane Ellen Gideon
1961 - Dennis Goettsche - (5/31/1993) - Dennis C. Goettsche, 49, a former Arlington resident and graduate of Wakefield High School who became a financial consultant, died of liver ailments May 31 at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara, Calif.
A resident of Santa Barbara, he was born in Orlando, Fla. He moved to the Washington area about 1955. After high school, he graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology and then received a master's degree in business administration from American University.
About 1970, Mr. Goettsche went to work for the Maxwell House coffee division of General Foods in White Plains, N.Y. He later had a number of financial posts with companies in Florida and New York. He moved to Santa Barbara in the mid-1980s.
His marriage to Carol Goettsche ended in divorce.
Survivors include a son, Matthew Goettsche of Santa Barbara; his father, Donald J. Goettsche of McLean; and a sister, Donna H. Beavers of Great Falls.
1961 - Ron Halbert - (1/28/2016) - Ronald Lee Halbert, 72, of Chincoteague Island, passed away peacefully on January 28, 2016 at his residence. He was born in Norfolk, VA on October 28, 1943 to the late Edwin and Margaret (White) Halbert. He retired from SunTrust Bank and Cardinal Bank. He was a member of Christ United Methodist Church, Saltwater Ramblers, and Kiwanis Club of Chincoteague. Formerly a member of Fairlington United Methodist Church, and The Lions Club in Alexandria, VA. During his life Ron enjoyed coaching and playing softball on various teams. He loved playing music in several different bands. He also loved baseball especially his Boston Red Sox. He spent a lot of his time enjoying the waters of Chincoteague while beaching, fishing, and boating with his family.
Ronald is survived by his loving spouse of 28 years, Dana E. Halbert of Chincoteague Island, VA; Daughter, Wendy Knarr and her husband Michael of Westminster, MD; step-son, Jason Endicott and his wife Elsa of Alexandria, VA; Granddaughter, Holly Knarr of Westminster, MD; Two Grandsons, Ryan Knarr of Westminster, MD, and Desmond Endicott of Alexandria, VA; Sister, Jane Terhaar and her husband Thomas of Shrewsbury, MA; Nephew, Brian Terhaar of Lyndonville, VT; two sister-in-laws, Susan Kees and her husband Jerry Bell of New Port Richey, FL, and Cheryl Slover of Woodbridge, VA; Two Nieces, Christine LaChance and her husband Jay of ME, Erica Ackley and her husband Donald of Fort Worth, TX; great nephews, Jack and Will McLaren of Shrewsbury, MA; several great nieces, great nephews, and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his father, Edwin I. Halbert, mother, Margaret Halbert, and niece, Jennifer McLaren.
Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, February 2, 2016, 2:00 pm at the Christ United Methodist Church, Chincoteague Island, VA, with Rev. Travis DeLoach, officiating and an visitation will be held a hour prior to service. Graveside service will be held at National Memorial Park in Falls Church, VA on Wednesday, February 3, 2016. 3 PM. In Lieu of flowers donations may be made to Kiwanis Club of Chincoteague PO Box 23, Chincoteague Island, VA 23336. Services entrusted to Salyer Funeral Home, on Chincoteague Island, VA. Condolences may be made online at www.salyerfh.com.
1961 - Richard Hamilton - (2/24/2006) - Mr. Richard Alexander
Hamilton, age 63 years, loving husband of Patricia (OBrien) and devoted
father of Nicholas Hamilton of Beverly, died on Friday evening,
February 24, 2006 at Beverly Hospital. The cause of death was cancer.
Born in Bethesda. Maryland, son of the late Robert A. and Charlotte
(Barty) Hamilton. He was a graduate of the University of Maryland where
he played varsity football.
He moved to Beverly eighteen years ago and became a friend and inspiration to many and along with his wife Pat, active participants in his community.
Mr. Hamilton, a scientist and an inventor, was a partner in Selective Micro Technologies and traveled widely on behalf of the company. He spent his career identifying and commercializing innovative technologies.
In addition to his wife and son, he is survived by one brother, David Hamilton of VA; two sisters-in-law, Vicki Hamilton of VA and Kathleen Cucci and her husband John of FL; three brothers-in-law, David OBrien and his wife Lisa, Thomas OBrien and his wife Leanne and Stephen OBrien and his wife Mary all of FL; his father-in-law and mother-in-law, Martin and Barbara OBrien of FL, four nephews, Michael Hamilton, John Cucci, Michael Cucci and Kevin OBrien and two nieces, Shannon OBrien and Anna Cucci and many friends. He was also brother of the late Ralph Hamilton.
A Service for Richards family and friends will take place on Wednesday, March 1, 2006 at 11:00 A.M. in the Campbell Funeral Home, 525 Cabot Street, Beverly. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. As requested by the family no visiting hours. Contributions may be made in his memory to Hospice of the North Shore, 10 Elm St., Danvers, MA 01923. Information, directions, condolences at www.campbellfuneral.com
1961 - William Harper - (7/31/1996)
1961 - Richard Allen Harris - (6/11/2011) - Passed away on Thursday, June 16, 2011 with his family present after a long illness. Born in Washington, DC, he graduated from Wake Forest University and retired from the Department of Defense after 35 years of dedicated service. He leaves us with the cherished memories of his hard work, sense of humor, devotion to his family and love of the outdoors. Beloved husband of Peggy Day; loving father of Katie Leggett, Karen Langer and son-in-law, Mark Langer; grandfather of Matthew, Ashley, Corey, Curtis, Patrick and Ella; loving brother to Lynn Feller and uncle to Shannon and Cameron. The family will receive friends at St. Veronica Catholic Church, 3460 Centreville Rd., Chantilly, VA on Monday, June 20 beginning at 10 a.m. where a Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Interment will be private. Please view and sign the family guestbook at: www.moneyandking.com
Published in The Washington Post on June 18, 2011
1961 - Theodore Hatzfeld - (4/23/2011) - Beloved son of Colonel Theodore Sebastian Hatzfeld Jr, US Army & Dorothy nee Weil Hatzfeld Franklin Krebs. Beloved husband of Barbara nee: Suskin Hatzfeld. Graduate of Wakefield High School, Arlington County, Virginia, Frederick College, and University of Maryland. President of the BT&L Railroad, Inc. Hobbies: Model railroading and rail fanning. Member: Retail Hobby Store Association and National Model Railroad Association.
1961 - Tom Hays - (12/30/1973) - Buried Union Cemetery, Leesburg, VA - Plot E Lot 1229 Site 8
1961 - Robert B Heinemann - (8/5/2007) - On August 5, 2007, in Fairfax Hospital. Beloved son of Edith C. Heinemann and the late Frederick E. Heinemann; dear brother of Ronald L. Heinemann and his wife Sandra; cherished uncle of Erica McMahon and David Heinemann. Mr. Heinemann was a graduate of Wakefield High School, Arlington, VA, class of 1961 and the Rollins College, Winterpark, FL, class of 1966. Mr. Heinemann was a U.S. Airforce Veteran. He was the Director of Safety and the Assistant to the Secretary of the Department of Commerce. A memorial service will be held Tuesday, August 21, 2007 at 2 p.m. in Fairlington United Methodist Church, 3900 King St., Alexandria, VA 22302. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Rollins College Alumni Fund or the charity of the donor's choice. Arrangements by EVERLY FUNERAL HOME, Fairfax, VA.
Published in The Washington Post on Aug. 12, 2007
1961 - Judy Hendren Mello - (10/20/2003) - Judy Hendren Mello, former president and chief executive of the First Women's Bank in Manhattan, died Monday at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan. She was 60 and had homes in Manhattan; Millbrook, N.Y.; and Moose, Wyo.
The cause was complications of ovarian cancer, said her husband, Jay Marc Schwamm.
She ran the bank, which was on 57th Street between Park and Lexington Avenues, from 1980 to 1983, then resigned.
The bank, a creation of the feminist movement, was established in April 1975. It was the first bank in the United States to be operated by women and for women, at a time when its founders said that women were given short shrift by other banks.
While she led the bank, it earned small profits, but its heyday passed as other banks moved to address concerns of women. Some time after she stepped down, a group of New York City businessmen acquired a controlling interest in the bank. Its name was changed and it subsequently failed.
Born on July 14, 1943, in Chickasha, Okla., she received a bachelor's degree from Muskingum College in Ohio and attended Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies in Washington.
She worked for Marine Midland Bank, Lehman Brothers, American Express and Cambridge International Partners.
From 1991 to 1998 she was president and owner of the J. H. Mello Company, an investment banking and consulting business, which became known as the Mello Corporation in the mid-1990's. She then became president and chief executive of World Learning Inc., a nonprofit organization with programs in 110 countries. World Learning established a scholarship in her honor shortly before her death.
In 1983, she was a founding member of the Committee of 200, a group of women who are senior corporate executives and entrepreneurs.
Her marriage to Marcus Mello ended in divorce in 1985. Besides her husband, she is survived by three stepchildren; seven stepgrandchildren; and a brother, Ed Hendren of Chico, Calif. Correction: October 30, 2003, Thursday An obituary on Friday about Judy Hendren Mello, former president and chief executive of the First Women's Bank in Manhattan, misstated the day of her death. It was last Tuesday, not Oct. 20.
1961 - Kathy Holden Love (3/16/2018) - Memorial services for Chauncey Kathryn Love will be held Monday, March 19, 2018 at 2 p.m. at First United Methodist Church in Minden, Louisiana with Rev. Terry Love officiating. The family will receive friends at 1 p.m. Monday at the church until service time.
Chauncey was born March 11, 1943 in Shreveport, Louisiana and entered into rest March 16, 2018 in Bossier City, Louisiana.
She is survived by her husband, Mickey Love of Minden, sons, Jeff Love and wife Mary Beth of Niceville, Florida and Chris Love of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, daughter, Holley Love of Minden, sister, Suzanne Horton and husband Jim of Baton Rouge, brother, Tommy Holden, six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to St Jude Children's Hospital.
1961 - Gary L Hoskinson - (7/15/2015) - His death was on July 15. He requested to be buried at the Smithfield Veterans Cemetery (Virginia).
1961 - Mary Huggett
1961 - Ann Irwin West - (9/7/2000)
1961 - Ernie Kadel - - Died June 1976
1961 - Dianne Keys Grinder - (4/28/2014) - Passed away on Monday, April 28, 2014, in The Villages Florida. Beloved wife of Michael J. Grinder. Loving mother of Tammy (Michael) McHenry, S. Todd (Allison) Schaaf, M. Jay Grinder, and R. Lee Grinder. Loving Grandmother of Kyle, Zachary, Karlee, Payton, Alexis, and Cole. Also survived by her Aunt, Cousins, and many other friends. Preceded in death by her parents Stanley and Eula Keys. Family will receive friends from 5:30 to 8 p.m. on Thursday May 1, 2014, at Adams-Green Funeral Home, 721 Elden Street, Herndon VA, where a memorial service will be held the following day at 1:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions be made in her name to the American Cancer Society . Online condolences may be left at www.adamsgreen.com.
1961 - Carol Lee King Legare - (4/18/2006) - LEGARE, Carolee Carolee King Legare, 62, of Mt. Pleasant, SC died Tuesday, April 18, 2006. The memorial service will be Thursday, April 20, 2006 in Church of the Holy Cross, Sullivans Island, SC at eleven o'clock. ARRANGEMENTS BY J. HENRY STUHR, INC., MOUNT PLEASANT CHAPEL. Mrs. Legare was born June 24, 1943 in Arlington, VA, daughter of the late Russell King and Wilma King. She was a member of Church of the Holy Cross. Surviving are her two sons, Tad Legare of Charleston and Jody Legare of Charlotte, NCi two daughters, Julie Legare of Charlotte, NC and Robin Pace of Charleston, SC, one brother, Russell M. King, Jr. of Arlington, VA; and two grandchildren, Sarah Pace and Tyler Pace, both of Charleston, SC. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Church of the Holy Cross, 2520 Middle Street, Sullivans Island, SC 29483. A memorial message may be written to the family by visiting our website at www.jhenrystuhr.com. Visit our guestbook at www.charleston.net/deaths.
1961 - Mary Lou Koutoulakos - (2/22/1995)
1961 - Doug Kritzer - (8/6/2001)
1961 - Mary La May Fox
1961 - Larraine Lader - (9/21/2009) - Daughter of the late Robert & Mary Kendelson Lader; sister of the late, Norman R. Lader.
She is survived by two aunts, Shirley Lader & Mildred Kendelson, and several cousins.
Graveside services conducted Wednesday, September 23, 2009. Burial: King David Memorial Gardens, Falls Church, VA
1961 - Roberta Lieb Hackel
1961 - Judy Lowdenslager Blair
1961 - Troy Lumpkin - (3/21/1985) - Buried Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Owings Mills, MD
1961 - Ann Mansfield Murphy - - Died in December 1998
1961 - Pauo Marchionna
1961 - Richard A Marshall - (11/18/1996) - US Army, Vietnam. Buried Raleigh Memorial Park, Raleigh, NC
1961 - Robert Anthony "Tony" Mayer - (11/17/1999) - SP4, US Army. Buried Quantico National Cemetery, Quantico, VA - Plot 17, 0, 1701
1961 - Glade McKay Bishop
1961 - Susan McNeill - (12/23/1993) - Buried Saint Francis Cemetery, Phoenix, AZ
1961 - Richard McReynolds
1961 - Marguerite Mooney
1961 - Mary Nash Anderson - - Murdered in 2005 in Delaware
1961 - Philip Eugene Nash - (8/1/1980) - Philip Eugene Nash, Class of 1961, died at age 38, on August 1, 1980. He was survived by his two daughters, Jennifer Anne Nash, 11, and Margaret Grace Nash, 6. He had been married to Anne Stoutenburgh Nash, Class of 1961, from 1965 to 1979. Phil graduated from Lynchburg College in 1967 and joined the Air Force, becoming a C-130 pilot at Sewart Air Force Base (Tenn.) and Little Rock Air Force Base (Ark.). He resigned from the Air Force and went into advertising. He was vice president and creative director of Carroll & Associates Advertising in Little Rock at the time of his death. He was a competitive sailor and played numerous instruments, including guitar, banjo, dobro, mandolin, autoharp, and drums.
1961 - Robert E Pascoe - (8/18/1967) - Airman Pascoe was a member of the Air Police and was killed in an accidental grenade explosion at the Vietnam Security Police Armory at Pleiku.
Beloved son of Robert Lawrence and Betty T Pascoe. Died Quang Ninh, Vietnam
1961 - Paul Patterson - (10/9/1976) - Buried Edwards Cemetery, Copiah County, MI
1961 - Ron Peters - (8/14/2008) - Peters - Ronald G. Peters, 66, died Thursday, August 14, 2008, at Clearfield Hospital. Calling hours, 10-11 a.m., Monday, August 18, 2008, Forest Baptist Church, Forest; funeral follows at 11 a.m., at the church with Pastor Bob Andrews officiating; burial, Messiah Baptist Cemetery, Lanse. Arrangements are under the direction of Johnson Funeral Home, Rt. 53, Grassflat. Contributions may be made to Phyllis Peters, P.O. Box 333, Winburne, PA 16879. Centre Daily Times (State College, PAl - Saturday, August 16, 2008
1961 - William Pickard
1961 - Loren Boyd Poush - (11/15/1988) - Died in 1988. Buried Arlington, National Cemetery, Arlington, VA - Columbarium Number 2
1961 - Richard C Purvis - (1/24/2007)
1961 - Paul William Risinger - (11/8/1967) - Private First Class, A Co, 3rd BN, 39th Infrantry, 9th Inf Div, USARV. Paul's name is on the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial at Panhel 29E, Line 53.
1961 - Everett Arnold Robey
1961 - Richard A Sandridge - (10/23/1999)
1961 - Arthur Sappington - (3/12/1980) - Merrill Arthur Sappington, 36, a retired lieutenant commander in the Navy, died of cancer Wednesday at the Bethesda Naval Medical Center.
Cmdr. Sappington was born into a Navy family at Annapolis and graduated from Wakefield High School in Arlington in 1961. He graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a degree in industrial engineering in 1965.
He was a member of the NROTC at Georgia Tech and upon his graduation he was sworn in as an ensign in the Navy by his father, Merrill H. Sappington, now a retired rear admiral.
Cmdr. Sappington served on destroyers and landing ships and in Vietnam. He was stationed at the Navy Department here from 1974 to 1976 and was assigned to the Naval War College at Newport, R.I., when he became ill. He then was transferred to the Bethesda Naval Hospital, and retired last year.
His decorations include the Navy Commendation Medal, the Presidential Unit Citation, the Navy Unit Commendation and the Vietnamese Gallantry Cross with Palm.
In addition to his parents, of McLean, Cmdr. Sappington's survivors include his wife, the former Donna McPike, and two daughters, Teresa and Kristina, all of Vienna; a sister,Kerry, of Denver; two brothers, John and Jay, both of Ann Arbor, and his grandparents, retired Army Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Homer A. Sappington, of Barnesville, Ga.
The family suggests that expressions of sympathy be in the form of contributions to the Northern Virginia Chapter of the American Cancer Society.
1961 - Joyce Martha SCHALLA Kullman, was born in Washington,
DC, on November 17, 1941 and died in Hudson, NY on September 3, 2011 at
age 67. She grew up in Arlington, VA, with her parents, Leona E. and
Erich C. Schalla. She is survived by her husband Russell P. Kullman and
Jeni Beebe, Tracie [Ken] Luhman, Kenneth Kullman, Chris Kullman and Maria Kullman. She has 6 grandchildren. Her siblings, all graduates of Wakefield are Karen E. Grossart of Illinois, Erich C. Schalla, Jr. of North Carolina and Nina M. Schalla Brandt of Texas. Joyce went to Concordia Collegiate Institute of Bronx, NY, and graduated from Concordia College in River Forest, IL in elementary teaching. She received her Master's in Special Education from Manhattanville College in NY. After college she lived in Fort Worth, TX, Bronx, NY and Dover Plains, NY.
1961 - Kathryn Schmick Craven - (1/15/2016) - Kathryn "Kathy" Lombard Schmick Craven, 72, of St. Augustine, beloved wife, mother, grandmother and sister passed away after a life well lived on Jan 15. Kathy was born in Washington D.C., the eldest daughter of the late Paul M. and Shirley F. Schmick. She was baptized in the Children's Chapel of the Washington National Cathedral by the Bishop of Washington.
In 1961, at the age 17, Kathy began a successful career with the Department of Defense. She enjoyed many years as an employee relations specialist.
On April 16, 1968, Kathy married Army Lieutenant Stephen Craven at Fort Myer Chapel, Arlington, Virginia. Kathy was proud to be an Army wife. She worked at Air America in Udorn, Thailand, during one assignment.
Kathy stayed at home with sons Mike and Greg when they were young. She enjoyed volunteering at the Reston Library in Reston, Virginia, during this time. She loved sports and had fun watching Mike and Greg play soccer and lacrosse. Later, she was proud to watch them graduate from college.
Upon her retirement from the Office of Secretary of Defense in 1999, she was awarded the Secretary of Defense Meritorious Civilian Service Award. After retirement, she enjoyed being a volunteer at Fairfax Hospital in Fairfax, Virginia.
Kathy and her beloved husband Steve moved to St. Augustine in 2002. Kathy's family was her heart. She is survived by her beloved husband, Steve, of 47 years; beloved son, Gregory Craven, of Huntington Beach, California; and beloved son Michael Craven (Nicole), of Germantown, Tennessee; and her beloved grandchildren, Stephanie and Owen. She is also survived by her beloved brother, Paul (Pete) Schmick, and his family of Wilmington, North Carolina, and Stone Mountain, Georgia; beloved sister Sherryl Schmick (Chris Benjamin), of St. Augustine, and beloved sister Robyn Buddington (Wally) and their family of Bloomery, West Virginia, and Martinsburg, West Virginia.
A private family service will be held at San Lorenzo Cemetery, St. Augustine. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Kathy's memory to Mayo Clinic for research into a cure for multiple myeloma.
Craig Funeral Home, Crematory and Memorial Park is in charge of arrangements.
1961 - Kathleen Schweickhardt - (10/28/2003) - ASHBURNHAM Kathleen Rebecca (Schweickhardt) Long, 59, of 41 Gibson Road died Tuesday October 28, at home after an illness. She was born in Washington D.C. December 18, 1943, the daughter of Frederick H. and Mary A. (Lewis) Schweickhardt. She attended school in the Arlinqton, Va. and Washington, D.C. area. In 1972 she married Harold R. Long and moved to Massachusetts, where they resided in Acton and Bolton, before moving to Ashburnham.
Kathleen was well known for her generosity and caring for animals, kind and joyful love of life, and an active sports enthusiast including skiing, camping and horseback riding.
She leaves her husband of 31 years, Harold R. Long and her two brothers, Garland Schweickhardt of Hollywood, Ca. and Louis Schweickhardt of Medford, N.J. Her daughter Rebecca M. Long died May 18, 2003.
Funeral services, open to friends and acquaintances will be held on Friday October 31 at 10:00 A.M. in the Ashburnham Funeral Chapel John A. Bosk Inc. 33R Main St. Ashburnham. Burial will follow in New Cemetery. A visitation will be from 9 to 10 A.M. Friday.
Worcester Telegram & Gazette (MA) - Thursday, October 30, 2003
1961 - Frances Jean Scott - (2/19/2003)
1961 - James S Smith - (5/29/2003)
1961 - John N Smith - (1/29/2011) - John N. Smith, beloved husband of Kathleen, nee Krajack; loving father of Stephen and Christopher (Lucy); beloved brother of Elizabeth Munt; cousin-brother James Perry Shipp (Mary Lea). Visitation Saturday, Feb. 5, 2011, 10 a.m. followed by Memorial Mass at 11 a.m. at St. Luke Church, River Forest.
Published in a Chicago Tribune Media Group Publication on Feb. 4, 2011
1961 - Gerry Spadetti - (4/21/2014) - Long time Arlington resident, Gerald U. Spadetti, 72, of Arlington, Virginia died at home on April 21, 2014. He was the husband of Jane (Wall) Spadetti.
Mr. Spadetti attended St. Thomas Moore catholic elementary school; Kenmore Middle School and Wakefield High School. He was a member of the WHS basketball team that won the Virginia State championship in 1961. Mr. Spadetti was awarded the Arlinglon Beffer Sports Club athlete of the year for basketball in 1962. He also was named "All Metropolitan" in the same sport. Mr. Spadetti attended Shenandoah University and American University. Mr. Spadetti served in the Marine Corp. from 1966-1968. He had one tour in Vietnam. He received an honorable discharge with the rank of E5. Mr. Spadetti had a long career as a military food broker to the military commissaries. He received several "salesman of the Year" awards plus many other awards in this field.
He leaves behind his son, Brian U. Spadetti, daughter-in-law Dorian (Tull) Spadetti; and three grandchildren, Robert, Shane, and Cecelia.
A viewing will be held at Murphy's Funeral Home on Wilson Blvd in Arlington on Thursday, April 24, from 7 to 9 p.m. The funeral will be held at Little Falls Presbyterian Church and burial at Columbia Gardens in Arlington on Friday, April 25,2014 at 11 a.m.
Published in The Washington Post on Apr. 23, 2014
1961 - Jacqueline S Stehman Hawthorne - - Died peacefully in the arms of her family at Capital Hospice, Arlington, after a courageous one year battle with lung cancer. She is survived by her husband of 25 years, Robert H. Hawthorne; daughter, Michelle H. (Scott) Westfall; son, Charles F. (Ashley) Hawthorne; three grandchildren, Harrison, Nicholas and Jacqueline Westfall; and parents, Floyd and Edith Stehman. Jackie was an Arlington native. She attended James Madison University and then began a long career with the U.S. Navy Department, retiring in 2004. A non-smoker who was a lifelong fitness and health enthusiast, Jackie was an excellent dancer who regularly took tap, jazz, and aerobic classes throughout her life. She was also an avid golfer and enjoyed cultivating her flower garden at her home in McLean, Virginia. Friends may call at ARLINGTON FUNERAL HOME, 3901 N. Fairfax Dr., Arlington, VA on Friday, April 20, 2007 from 3 to 5 p.m. Services will be at Columbia Baptist Church, 103 W. Columbia St., Falls Church, VA on Saturday, April 21 at 3 p.m. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, please send contributions to Capital Hospice, Attn: Development Office, 6565 Arlington Blvd., Ste. 500, Falls Church, VA 22042. Published in The Washington Post on Apr. 20, 2007
1961 - Karen S Strosnider - (3/3/2010) - STROSNIDER KAREN S. STROSNIDER On March 3, 2010 of Woodbridge, VA. She is the beloved daughter of Marion Strosnider and the loving sister of Andrea Strosnider. Friends may call at the EVERLY-WHEATLEY FUNERAL HOME, 1500 W. Braddock Rd., Alexandria, VA 22302 on Wednesday, March 10, 2010 from 10:30 a.m. until time of service at 11 a.m. in the funeral home chapel. Interment private, Columbia Garden Cemetery. www.everlyfuneralhomes.com.
1961 - Tina Tachino - (died 1974) - buried in Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington
1961 - Wendell H Thompson - (5/27/2010) - THOMPSON WENDELL HARRY THOMPSON Passed away on Thursday, May 27, 2010 in Arlington, VA. He was preceded in death by his parents, Harry B. and Leone Thompson, and his sister, Carolyn Killianger. Wendell is survived by his sister, Doris Bowser, and many nieces, nephews and friends. He was a very active in the Izaak Walton League and the NRA. A visitation will be held on Wednesday, June 2, 2010 from 6 to 8 p.m. with funeral service on Thursday, June 3, 2010, 10:30 a.m. at Demaine Funeral Home, 5308 Backlick Rd., Springfield, VA 22151. Donations can be made to either the American Cancer Society or the American Heart Association in his name.
Published in The Washington Post on May 30, 2010
1961 - James Russell Tyler
1961 - Mary LaGrand Vance Morris – (9/16/2015) Mary, 72 of Bedford, passed away Wednesday, September 16, 2015 at her residence. She was born on Wednesday, March 3, 1943 in Carlsbad, NM, a daughter of the late Sherman Vance and Mildred Pauline Ratcliff Vance. She was a retired administrative assistant with the Salvation Army National Headquarters and was a member of Bedford Presbyterian Church. She is survived by her husband, Ronald N. Morris; her son, Bryan N. Morris & wife, Elisa; her daughter, Courtney L. Bremner& husband, Zach; a granddaughter, Cora L. Bremner; two grandsons, Owen R. Bremner, Henry W. Bremner. The family requests those wishing to make memorials to consider the Bedford Presbyterian Church Music Program, 105 West Main Street, Bedford, VA 24523 or the Salvation Army, 2215 Park Avenue, Lynchburg, VA 24501. A memorial service will be held on Tuesday, September 22, 2015 at 3:00 pm at Bedford Presbyterian Church with Rev. John Salley officiating. A short reception will follow. A graveside service will be on Friday September 25, 2015 at 2 PM at Mt. Comfort Cemetery in Alexandria, VA. Anybody who would like to attend is welcome. There will also be a reception for family and friends at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Alexandria, VA at 4:30pm on Friday September 25, 2015. Arrangements are being handled by Updike Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Bedford.
1961 – Richard Van Dyke - (9/11/1968) - Birth: Jan. 24, 1944 / Death: Sep. 11, 1968, Vietnam - http://www.findagrave.com/icons2/trans.gif Captain Van Dyke had been living in Salt Lake City, UT when he entered the service and was a member of the 480th Tactical Fighter Squadron. On September 11, 1968, he was the pilot of a McDonnell Douglas Phantom II Fighter (F-4D) on a mission 5 miles south of Quang Khe, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam, when his aircraft was shot down. He was taken prisoner and died from injuries. His remains were recovered on July 7, 1981 and identified on July 20, 1981. His name is inscribed on the Courts of the Missing at the Honolulu Memorial.
Published in Deseret News - Tuesday, July 21, 1981: Remains of
pilot coming home
The remains of a Salt Lake man were among those of three Navy and Air Force officers turned over to the U.S. government by Vietnam two weeks ago. The Defense Department Tuesday identified the Salt Laker as Air Force Capt. Richard H. Van Dyke, 24, shot down Sept. 11, 1968, over North Vietnam. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Van Dyke, 2044 Michigan Ave. The other remains are of Navy Cmdr. Ronald W. Dodge, Olympia, Wash., shot down over North Vietnam, May 17, 1967, and Navy Lt. Stephen O. Mussleman, Texarkana, Texas, shot down over North Vietnam Setp. 10, 1972. All three had been administratively declared dead by the armed services after boards of investigation studied information on their fate. "I'm very saddened but this comes as a great sense of relief," said Mrs. Van Dyke, mother of the pilot. He was not married. "I was satisfied that he had died, but we were forever holding out for an accounting. We hope now that others who have not been accounted for will be. It is a great source of satisfaction to have them accounted for even though they are not living." Mrs. Van Dyke said she and her husband, Milton, were informed Monday morning by the Pentagon that their son was one of the men whose remains had been positively identified by Army specialists in Hawaii.
Van Dyke graduated from the University of Colorado with a degree in psychology in 1966 and completed Officer Candidate School in May 1966. He had been a member of the Navy Reserve in college. He was shot down on his 46th mission with the 480th Tactical Squadron out of Danang. He was flying a Phanton F-4D locating targets with smoke rockets when ground fire struck his plane. Van Dyke was the recipient of the Distinguished Service Cross, the Silver Star and the Air Medal with seven clusters. Returning POWs in 1975 told Defense Department officials Van Dyke was brought into their camp shortly after being shot down with a soft, apparently misaligned cast on one of his legs. Fluid was oozing from the cast and his leg was obviously infected. He was later taken to a Vietnamese hospital to have the leg amputated and that was the last ever seen of him. The Air Force issued a presumptive finding of death for Van Dyke in 1975, although no one saw him die. "I didn't really give up hope," Mrs. Van Dyke said. "I was sure in my heart that he was not living. I didn't think the day would ever come that we could see his remains. "Mrs. Van Dyke is a former Utah coordinator of the National League of Families of POWs and MIAs, a group comprising relatives of men missing in action in the Vietnam War. She said she hopes the return of her son's remains will stimulate public interest and support for information about the status of all American servicemen presumed dead or missing in action.
She said she prays that the families of other men still unaccounted for will one day share her relief at the return of her son's remains. "The only thing I can tell them is to keep writing and keep the government aware that these men must be accounted for. We're proud of Rich - he's still a part of our lives."
From the VirtualWall.org: Captain Richard Haven Van Dyke 1944-1968: Richard Haven (Rich) Van Dyke entered Officer Training School (OTS), Medina Annex, Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Texas, on 22 May 1966 and was a Distinguished Graduate on 16 May 1966 with Class 66G. He then attended Undergraduate Pilot Training (UPT) at Williams AFB, Arizona, with Class 67H and received his pilot rating on 14 Jun 1967. He attended upgrade training and flew in the back seat of the F-4D Phantom II. Eventually, he was assigned to the 480th Tactical Fighter Squadron (Warhawks) at DaNang AB, South Vietnam. On 11 Sep 1968, Rich's F-4D Phantom II (tail number 66-8752) was hit twice by 37mm flak while attacking trucks on a road near Van Loc, 10 miles northwest of Dong Hoi in North Vietnam. The aircraft was on fire. The back cockpit filled with smoke and Rich lost communication with the forward cockpit. This was a mandatory ejection situation and Rich punched out, receiving a compound leg fracture somewhere in the ejection sequence. Ironically the pilot, Major Larry E. Bustle, nursed the jet over water, punched out also with leg injuries, and was rescued by U.S. Forces.
Rich was captured by the local militia. Instead of turning him over to the NVA, as required, the militia had a cast put on his leg, but the bone was not set. He was held in a hole in the ground in An Vinh. Two other U.S. captives were put in the hole, also. Heavy rains came and the hole flooded. Rich was delirious and his buddies kept him from drowning. Their cries for help were heard by the NVA, who took them out of the hole. Rich was taken to a hospital where it was determined that he had gangrene. His leg was amputated in an attempt to save his life, but he died on approximately 22 Sep 1968. His remains were repatriated on 8 July 1981.
Rich was my roommate and cadet commander of Squadron 1 at OTS, a squadron composed entirely of guys headed for pilot training. He was an intelligent, athletic, good-lookin' guy, and had a great sense of humor. At a formal parade, when the Adjutant brushed past Rich, who was standing in front of Squadron 1, at Adjutant's Pace, Rich stage-whispered, "Your fly is open." I forget who was the Adjutant, but he almost fell over when he looked down while walking at that fast pace. It was hilarious.
I've searched for years for Rich's family and have concluded using genealogical data that his parents are deceased and that he may have had no siblings or first cousins. Thus, I have assumed the responsibility for placing this biography out where folks can appreciate one more ultimate sacrifice made in the service of our country. Posted by James C. Miller, Ph.D., CPE, San Antonio, Texas, 2012
1961 - Charles Vanhoozer
1961 - Elizabeth Vanzandt - - Died May 2011
1961 - Alfred Vogelsang - (6/2/2005) - AI Vogelsang, 61, of Acworth died Thursday, June 2, 2005.
Services will be 4 p.m. Monday at Kennesaw First Baptist Church, with the Revs. Jim Hickman, Tommy Green and David Huggins officiating. Burial will be in the Rolling Hills Memory Garden cemetery. The body will be at the church at 3 p.m.
A native of Washington, D.C., Mr. Vogelsang served in the Army during the Vietnam War and the Gulf War. He was employed by Cartersville Medical Center as an OR instrumental technician. He was a member of the Kennesaw First Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife, Patricia Vogelsang; two sons, Erik Vogelsang of Acworth and Brian Vogelsang of Cartersville; and two grandchildren.
Contributions may be made to the American Cancer SOCiety, 1825 Barrett Lakes Blvd., Suite 280, Kennesaw, GA 30144.
The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday and from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday at Carmichael Funeral Home in Smyrna.
Marietta Daily Journal (GAl - Saturday, June 4, 2005
1961 - Edward Voss - (12/15/1993) - Died 1993. Buried in Bellville Cemetery, Bellville, Ohio
1961 - Janet Warren Whalin
1961 - Louise A Watson Hall - (3/6/2001)
1961 - Charles Wheeler
1961 - Sally Jean Whipple Lane - - Died in August 1981
1961 - Richard Wolfe - (4/12/1979) - USAF Capt., Vietnam. Buried Riverside National Cemetery, Riverside, CA. Plot 7 0 237
1961 - Ken Woodward - (3/2/1972) - Buried Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA - Section 10 Site 11226
1961 - Patricia Wyatt
1961 - Don Youngblood - - Died July 1986
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1962 - Leroy Aisquith - (5/2/1996)
1962 - Claudia E Albright Damoth - (12/31/2007)
1962 - James T Allwine - (5/3/2007) - JAMES THOMAS ALLWINE - On Thursday, May 3, 2007 at Virginia Hospital Center in Arlington, VA; beloved husband of Sandra Perrow Allwine. He is also survived by his children, James Michael, Christopher and Jennifer; grandchildren, Jesse, Jacob, Sidney, Shannon and Nicholas; a large extended family, wonderful neighbors and friends. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, May 12, 2007 at 2 p.rn in the Chapel of NATIONAL FUNERAL HOME, 7482 Lee Highway, Falls Church, VA 22042. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude's or a charity of one's choice.
Published in The Washington Post from May 10 to May 11, 2007
1962 - Paul Allwine - (5/17/2000) - Died May 2000. Buried National Memorial Park, Falls Church, VA - Plot Block II, 1411, grave 1
1962 - Michele Aument McClellan - (6/15/2017) Michele Aument McClellan of Nags Head was born on September 17, 1944 in Washington, D.C. and died on June 15, 2017. She leaves behind a beloved daughter, Elizabeth VanAuken, her son-in-law Brad, and many close family members and friends.
Michele moved to the Outer Banks after retiring from Kapos Associates, Inc. in Washington, DC. Locally, Michele worked part-time for many years at the Christmas Shop in Manteo, NC.
In lieu of flowers, please forward memorial donations to Dare County/Kill Devil Hills Public Library in care of the Large Print Book Fund, or to the International Christian Center for the Deaf in care of Debbie and Tom Turner 1727 Lee's Gap Road Fincastle, VA 24090.
The celebration of Michele's life will be held at the Villa Dunes Club House 500 W. Villa Dunes Drive In Nags Head, NC on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Condolences may be expressed via the on-line register at www.gallopfuneralservices.com. Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. was entrusted with arrangements.
1962 - Gilman "Mark" Bailey - (10/1/1994) - Buried Magnolia Cemetery, Apalachicola, Fl
1962 - Donald J Beebe - (12/15/2003) - BEEBE, DONALD J., JR. (Age 60)
On December 15, 2003, at Masonic and Eastern Star Home of Washington, DC. Half brother of Barbara Ann Black and Margaret F. Beebe; step-brother of William D. Beebe, Jr. Visitation will be Thursday 6 to 8 p.m. at the HINES RINALDI FUNERAL HOME, 11800 New Hampshire Ave., Silver Spring, MD followed by Masonic service at 8 p.m. Interment will be Friday at 11 a.m. at Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington, VA. Published in The Washington Post on Dec. 17, 2003
1962 - Rita Brenner
1962 - Janice "Jan" Briggman Graziano - (7/3/2017) - Janice died on July 3, 2017. She served as the Deputy City Clerk and the City Clerk in Peoria, AZ. She was married to Samuel Graziano for 52 years and they had four children.
1962 - Elizabeth Bronson Duvall - - Died October 2012
1962 - Frances Brown Heiney - (6/11/1993) - A memorial service for Frances B. Heiney of Hillsboro was held Monday in the Dayspring
Christian Fellowship in Banks. Mrs. Heiney died of an aneurysm Friday in a Hillsboro hospital at the age of 48.
Mrs. Heiney was born on Aug. 8, 1944, in Omaha, Neb. Her maiden name was Brown. She attended the College of William and Mary and was a graduate of American University. She married Robert B. "Skip" Heiney on Sept. 4, 1965.
Mrs. Heiney had been a substitute teacher in cities throughout the United States and was an active volunteer at Evergreen Junior High School in Hillsboro. She had been on the staff of the Tualatin Valley Community School of Music and taught as many as 20 Suzuki students privately.
Mrs. Heiney was a member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas Inc. She also had been music director of the Dayspring Christian Fellowship, where her husband served as pastor.
Survivors in addition to her husband include her sons, Ben of Eugene and Sam and John, both of Hillsboro; daughters, Jill and Sarah, both of Hillsboro; and a Sister, Nann B. Lutz of Lanham, Md.
Disposition was by cremation.
The family suggests remembrances be contributions to PLAN Adoption, 203 E. Third Ave., McMinnville 97128.
Oregonian, The (Portland, OR) - Thursday, June 17, 1993
1962 - Steven M Brown - (11/8/2017) Brown, Steven M. 11/6/2017 Stevens, PA Steven M. Brown, Ph.D, 72, of Ephrata, PA, died on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at The Gardens at Stevens in Stevens, PA. He was born in Manhattan, NY and grew up in Arlington, VA. He received his university degrees at The Johns Hopkins University, including a Ph.D in high-energy nuclear physics, and was a post-doctoral fellow at the Center for Theoretical Studies at the University of Miami, FL. His career was in industrial acoustical research: with Armstrong World Industries, in Lancaster, PA; with Steelcase, in Grand Rapids, MI; and with Soundcoat, in Deer Park, NY, from which he retired in 2012. He was a Fellow of the Acoustical Society of America and served on several standards committees within ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) and INCE (Institute of Noise Control Engineering). In retirement in Ephrata, he enjoyed taking Steam School, volunteering at Rough & Tumble in Kinzers, PA, and ushering at the Fulton Theater. He was also an active member of the Baron Stiegel Lions Club, from which he received the Melvin Jones Award. Steven in survived by his wife Carole (Swanson) of 48 years and his children Alycia (Jeff) Meyers and Daniel (Daniel Allen) Brown. He was predeceased by his brother Jeffrey. Funeral services will be private at the convenience of the family. Donations in Steven's memory can be made to Baron Stiegel Lions/ Beacon Lodge c/o Charles Ackley, 900 Rebecca Dr., Lititz, PA 17543-9678. Paul L. Gravenor Home For Funerals, Inc.
Published in Grand Rapids Press on Nov. 12, 2017
1962 - Douglas B Chambers - (3/15/2017)
1962 - Robert Christiansen - (5/1/2008) - Robert Charles Christiansen, Jr., age 40 of Louisa, VA passed away Thursday, May 1,
2008 at his residence. Born in Washington, DC, son of the late Robert Charles Christiansen, Sr.; he was a member of New Life Community
Church, Louisa, VA and was a Master Carpenter and a waste water treatment plant operator for Aqua America.
He is survived by his wife, Diana L. Christiansen, his mother, Ann Marie McCarty, paternal grandfather, Charles R. Christiansen; maternal grandmother, Rachel Boone; sons; Robert C. Christiansen, III and Jarrett W. Christiansen; daughter; Annie K. Christiansen; his former wife; Terry Christiansen, step-sons; Michael D. Kennedy, Jr., and Justin E. Maddox; step-daughter; Lynsey M. Maddox, step-grandsons; Patchrick D. Kennedy and Ian T. Talbott; brother; James Christiansen, sister; Debbie Pavan-Peterman and extended family and friends.
Services will be conducted by Rev. Josh Turner, 2 pm Saturday, May 10th at New Life Community Church.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to New Life Community Church, Louisa, VA. Donations received will be used for families in need of Teen Challenge.
Visit www.woodwardfuneral.com for on line guest book.
Published in Northern Virginia Daily on May 3, 2008
1962 - Barbara Couperthwaite Owl - (8/6/1998)
1962 - Ellen Cogswell Zerbe, a life-long resident of the Arlington and McLean area, died Friday, November 13, 2015 at Virginia Hospital Center Arlington. Born September 25, 1944 in Washington, DC, Ellen graduated from Arlington's Wakefield High School in 1962. Shortly thereafter, Ellen began her career at the US Department of State. Ellen was a skilled and dedicated executive administrative assistant, a position she held until her retirement in 2001. The highlight of her career was serving Ambassador Vernon Walters from 1985-1991. The center of Ellen's life was her family, especially her five grandchildren: Brooklynn, Maggie, Molly, Aiden and Elliot. She was predeceased by her adoring husband, Bruce W. Zerbe in 2009. Ellen is survived by her brother, William N. Cogswell (Barbara) of Arlington, her sons William (Tara) of Fort Worth and Andrew (Stacey) of Alexandria. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations may be made in Ellen's name to either Trinity Episcopal Church or The American Lung Association , 3001 Gettysburg Road Camp Hill, PA 17011. Visitation is Sunday, November 22, from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. at Murphy's Funeral Home, located at 4510 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA 22203. Funeral services are Monday, November 23 at 10 a.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church, located at 2217 Columbia Pike, Arlington, VA 22204 with interment to follow at Columbia Gardens Cemetery. Condolences may be expressed at: www.murphyfuneralhomes.com
1962 - Robert William Creswell - (11/20/2009)
1962 - Paul W Darnell - (6/27/2001)
1962 - Charles Dinges
1962 - Nikki Duncan Hartfiel
1962 - Charles Eisenhower - (12/16/2015)
1962 - Eric Erickson - (12/19/2008)
1962 - Adrienne Flax Bryce - (10/22/1997)
1962 - Jeanette Ford Fenske - - Died April 1993
1962 - Daniel Fowler
1962 - Robert Fuller
1962 - Marian J Gilmore - (1/18/1991)
1962 - Richard Hall
1962 - Ralph Hamilton - (4/19/2001)
1962 - Robert Herlacher - (9/26/1994)
1962 - Donald Herndon - (7/21/2007)
1962 - Frances Hickman Harrelson - (3/24/2010) - Frances "Fran" Elizabeth Harrelson, 66, of Stokes Court, SW, Sunset Beach, NC, died Wednesday, March 24, 2010, in the Hospice Care Center, Wilmington, NC.
Mrs. Harrelson was born October 18, 1943, in Wilmington, NC, to the late Vernie and Marie Elizabeth Cooper Hickman. She worked as a Registered Nurse for many years. Mrs. Harrelson was a member of the Beach Assembly of God.
Surviving are her husband David Harrelson; a son William "Bill" Abshire, wife Teresa, of Christenburg, VA; a daughter Kristin Schroeder, husband Mike, of Atlanta, GA; a brother Gene Hickman, wife Gloria, of Sunset Beach, NC; a sister Dawn McLain, of Sunset Beach; six grandchildren John Wade Abshire, Jacob Jensen, Michael Schroeder, Kaitlyn Schroeder, Christopher Abshire, and Jordana Schroeder.
Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, March 27, 2010, at 11:00 AM in the Beach Assembly of God by the Reverend John Chase and the Reverend Marcus Larey. The family will receive friends Friday, March 26, 2010, from 7:00 PM until 9:00 PM at the Beach Assembly of God. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the Lower Cape Fear Hospice, 1414 Physician's Drive Wilmington, NC 28401. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.brunswickfuneralservice.com. Brunswick Funeral Service & Crematory, Shallotte, NC
Published in the Wilmington Star-News on Mar. 26, 2010
1962 - Timothy W. Hill - (12/25/2015) - Aug. 5, 1944 - Dec. 25, 2015 - Timothy Wellington Hill, Sr., 71, passed peacefully December 25, 2015. He was the husband of Genevieve Hill. They shared 48 years of marriage. Born August 5, 1944, in Washington D.C., he was the son of Tony and Ruth Hill. He held both B.S. and M.A. degrees from George Washington University. He served as the Head Baseball Coach at State College of Florida for 31 years, was a 2005 NJCAA Baseball Hall of Fame inductee, and remains the all time leader in career wins by a Florida junior college head coach. More than his winning philosophy and vast accolades accumulated on the ball field, he leaves a legacy as a man who exuded respect, wisdom, strength, discipline, compassion, devotion, and a profound love for Jesus, his family, and baseball. He is survived by his wife, Genny; children, Tim Hill II, Kimberly Martin, and Whitney Corbeil; daughter-in-law, Belinda; and sons-in-law, Bill Martin and Al Corbeil; grandchildren, Timmer and Leigha Hill; Will, Madison, Adam, Grady, and Payton Martin; and Azarias and Samson Corbeil; and siblings, Kay Hewitt and Dennis Hill. A Celebration of his Life will be held at his baseball home, State College of Florida's Robert C. Wynn Field, at 11a.m. Wednesday, January 6, 2016, on what would have been he and his wife's 49th wedding anniversary. A reception at the baseball field will follow.
He will be laid to rest at Gillette Cemetery. Brown & Sons Funeral Homes & Crematory 43rd Street Chapel in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the SCF Baseball Office in memory of Coach Hill, Sr. Condolences www.brownandsonsfuneral.com.
1962 - John R Hockman - (9/30/2001)
1962 - Shirley Hostetler Consolvo - (4/26/1998) - Buried Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington, VA - Plot C
1962 - Gary Howerton - (10/31/1976) - Buried Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington, VA - Section M
1962 - Barbara J Hunter Caltrider - (8/11/2008) - Age 64, died August 11, 2008. Born 1944 in Upper Darby, PA, she was the daughter of the late David R. and Helen Solimeo Hunter. Loving wife of Rodney Caltrider. Loving mother of Cheri Bernard Alford (Shane) of Irmo, SC and Kimberlee Bernard Murray (Mark) of Commerce Twp, MI; stepmother of Mathew Caltrider (Staci) of Lansing, MI. Loving sister of Cheryl Smith (Brian) of Manassas, VA. Dearest grandmother of Brendan, Nicholas, Kara, Christopher, Brianna, and Mathew; Loving aunt of Chad (Christie) Smith of Charles Town, WV. Memorial Service August 16 at 11:00 am at the Palmer Bush & Jensen Family Funeral Homes Lansing Chapel. In lieu of flowers, donations are suggested to the American Cancer Society.
Courtesy Palmer, Bush & Jensen Family Funeral Home.
1962 - Sue Ingram Heeren - (2/4/2003) - Sue Heeren, 58, of San Luis Obispo passed away Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2003, at her home, surrounded by her four children and husband. Her love for her family shone like a heavenly light.
A service was held at 2 p.m. Feb. 7 at Reis Chapel, with Pastor Ron Salsbury officiating. Interment followed at Los Osos Memorial Park.
The sun must have been shining on Aug. 17, 1944, the day Sue was born in EI Paso, Texas. Her dad was stationed in Texas at the end of World War II.
She and her parents returned to San Jose soon after her birth, where her sister and brother joined the family. They moved to Arlington, Va. when Sue was beginning high school.
Sue returned to San Jose for a visit immediately after graduation. She reunited with Jon and they quickly fell in love and married. They moved to San Luis Obispo in 1962, where Jon attended Cal Poly and began raising their family of four.
Sue became a school bus driver for the San Luis Coast Unified School District in 1983. She became a driver trainer and school bus dispatcher after several years, and retired in 2001.
Sue's artistic talents and zest for life flourished in San Luis Obispo. She began making jewelry- earrings, bracelets and necklaces; and founded Sunbeam Enterprises. She participated in weekend shows, displayed her jewelry in various stores, and held sales parties in her home.
Sue was a respected, active member of her community. She was greatly loved and admired by her family and friends. Her brilliance and sunny smile will live in their hearts forever.
Sue's hobbies included gardening, being with her family, working with her jewelry, working on her compute rand life.
Sue taught Sunday school, was a leader in 4-H, and volunteered time for the Parent-Teacher Association and many more endeavors. She loved the beach, birds and all animals. She loved San Luis Obispo and the Central Coast.
Her smile, uplifting spirit and personality will be missed by all. She was a fighter to the very end of her life and showed the courage of a warrior.
She did not want to leave us, but was ready to be with her Lord in heaven. God must have needed an angel.
Sue is survived by her husband of 41 years Jon; children, Shelly Wolf, Jenny Stutzman, Cindy Ruda, and Josh Heeren; son-In-laws. Glen Wolf, Rod Stutzman, and Chuck Ruda; daughter-in-law Kari Heeren; sister Linda Wing; brother Sterling Ingram; grandchildren, Courtney, Mitchell, Matthew and Jacob Stutzman, Brittany and Christian Ruda, and Paige and Lindsey Wolf; and a brother-in-law; Sister-in-law; cousins; nephews; and nieces. She was preceded in death by her parents.
Memorial contributions may be made to cancer research; the arthritis Foundation, and Hospice Partners of the Central Coast.
And the sun shines even in the darkness.
Tribune, The (San Luis Obispo, CA) - Saturday, February 22, 2003
1962 - Karen Jensen
1962 - Gary Keuhner - (7/5/1976) - Buried Fairfax Memorial Park, Fairfax, VA
1962 - Curtis B Larson
1962 - Joyce Ann Lee - (8/26/2001)
1962 - Judith Leffew Goldberg
1962 - William Legg - (10/13/2013) - Of Stephens City, VA,
passed away at Winchester Medical Center on October 13, 2013.
William E. Legg was born on October 23, 1944, in Arlington VA to Leonard and Mattie Legg.
He is survived by his wife, Karen; two daughters, Jeanine Zuk and Shannon Bowen (Charles); four grandchildren, Alysha, Alayna, Caleb and Chloe; niece, Charlene Comer; nephews, Joe and Scott Nealon; former wife, Judith Mason and a host of other family and friends.
William was preceded in death by his parents and his sister, Linda.
A visitation will be held on Wednesday, October 23, 2013 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Murphy Funeral Home, 4510 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA
Funeral services will be held on Thursday, October 24, 2013, 11 a.m. at the Central United Methodist Church, 4201 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA.
In lieu of flowers, contributions to the SPCA or Autism Research would be appreciated.
Published in The Washington Post on Oct. 20, 2013
1962 - Charles P "Chuck" Little III - (11/29/2006) - Charles "Chuck" P. Little, III, 62, passed away November 29, 2006 at St. Charles Medical Center, Bend, Oregon. He was born to Charles P. Little, Jr. and Katherine Deshile Adkerson Little on September 21, 1944 in Dallas, Texas. In 1962 he graduated from Wakefield High School, Arlington, Virginia and in 1967 he received his Bachelors degree in Music from Grove City College, Grove City, Pennsylvania. Upon graduation and completion of the ROTC program, he was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force. He completed flight school in Valdosta, Georgia and then began his deployment to Vietnam where he served from 1968 to 1970. After several stateside assignments, he retired in 1979 from active duty and was hired by the Boeing Commercial Airplane company in Seattle, WA. He then also joined the Air Force Reserve 446th Military Airlift Wing at McChord AFB, WA. During his career in Flight Crew Training at Boeing, he trained customer pilots in the 727, 737, 757, 767, 747 and 777 airplanes and traveled around the world delivering these airplanes. As a member of the Air Force Reserves, he served as Commander of the 313th Military Airlift Squadron, 446th Military Airlift Wing, from August 1992 until his discharge from the military in October 1993. He retired as a Colonel. He retired from the Boeing Company in March of 2005. He and his wife, Candace, retired to Bend, Oregon in the Fall of 2006 to build their Final Landing retirement home. He was a member of the Reserve Officers Association (and former President of the local ROA chapter), Veterans of Foreign Wars, Military Officers Association of America, The Air Force Association, The American Legion and the Museum of Flight in Seattle, Washington. He was previously deceased by his father, Charles P. Little, Jr. He will be deeply missed by his wife of 17 years, Candace (Weittenhiller) Little, mother, Katherine Little of Front Royal, VA, brother, Steven Little and wife, Glenda of Myrtle Beach, SC, sister, Margaret Little of Seattle, WA, son, Charles P. Little, IV and Brooke of Tucson, AZ, daughter, Ashley Oldham and husband, Ordie, of Palmer, AK, stepsons, Jerred Nuttall and wife, Terri, of Snohomish, WA and James Nuttall and Elizabeth of Bend, OR and seven grandchildren. Cremation arrangements were made by the Neptune Society through Autumn Crematory, Bend, OR. A Wake was held December 2, 2006 at Eagle Crest Resort in Redmond, OR per Chuck's request. A Military Interment at Mount Tahoma National Cemetery, Kent, WA will be held in May of 2007. Information to be announced at a later date.
Published in The Seattle Times on Dec. 10, 2006
1962 - Roberta Ann Maag Satterfield (12/8/2017) Roberta Ann Satterfield (age 74) peacefully passed away on December 8, 2017. Her memories will be cherished by her beloved husband Chuck; sons Christopher and Clarence, wives Stephanie and Athena, Grandchildren Colleen, Peter, Kelsey, Courtney, Joshua, and Kaitlynn and many other relatives and friends. A visitation will be on Monday, December 18th from 4-8 pm at Murphy Funeral Home in Arlington, VA. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in honor of Roberta to the Clarendon Volunteer Fire Department, PO Box 101021, Arlington, VA 22210 or to a charity of your choice. Online condolences may be made at www.murphyfuneralhomes.com.
1962 - Michael R Maby - (6/3/2000) - US Air Force, Vietnam. Buried in Roxana Cemetery, Roxana, DE
1962 - Paul Marchionna
1962 - Roxanna Marshall - (9/26/2003)
1962 - John C Mason - (8/29/2000)
1962 - Carol Mickelsen Haller - (5/17/2014) - PALATINE - Carol Haller (nee Mickelsen), age 70, passed on May 17, 2014 after a six year battle with Multiple Myeloma. Carol was born on December 28, 1943 in Arlington, VA to Walter and Mildred Mickelsen. She is survived by her loving family; husband of 42 years, Brian, two children, Megan (Bill) Collier and Brad (Brooke) Haller, five grandchildren, Ashley, Samantha, Zac, Lilah, and Colt, and brother Donald Mickelsen. Carol earned a BA from Valparaiso University and lived in Palatine, IL for the last 27 years. She was very active in the lives of her children and then her grandchildren as well as serving at her church. She will be deeply missed and remembered for her humility, kindness, laughter, and, most of all, for her commitment to Christ. Visitation will be held at the Ahlgrim Family Funeral Home, 201 N. Northwest Highway, Palatine, IL from 3:00PM to 9:00 PM on Wednesday, May 21st, 2014 and from 10:00AM until the time of the funeral service at 11:00AM on Thursday May 22nd at The Orchard Evangelical Free Church, 1301 S. Grove Avenue, Barrington. Interment will follow at Windridge Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Cary. In lieu of flowers, donations in her honor can be made to The Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation. For information, 847-358-7411 or www.ahlgrimffs.com.
Published in Chicago Suburban Daily Herald from May 20 to May 21, 2014
1962 - John Moran - (12/17/2016) - John Moran of Arlington, Virginia passed away suddenly on December 17, 2016, leaving behind his life partner, Michael Toth and innumerable friends and colleagues. John had a very successful career as a theatrical Stage Director. His clients included: Americans for the Arts, Vital Voices Global Partnership, the USO and the Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, DC. He was President of the Foxcroft Heights Neighborhood Association for the past eight years and a member of the Wakefield High School Hall of Fame. A spring burial is planned in Calvary Cemetery in Massena, NY. Contributions, may be made his memory to the Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, DC.
Published in The Washington Post on Jan. 31, 2017
1962 - Orrin Nunley - (8/2014)
1962 - Larry S O'Hara - (11/13/2011)
1962 - Willis G Owens - (11/5/2016) - WILLIS G. OWENS, JR. - Of Falls Church, VA, passed away peacefully on Saturday, November 5, 2016 after a brief illness. Will was born in Norfolk, VA in May 1943. Being a child of an Air Force serviceman, he spent his childhood in Anchorage, AK; Alexandria and Arlington. VA. He graduated from Wakefield High School, Arlington, VA, attended college part-time until he was accepted into The Washington Post Mailers apprenticeship program. He worked there 40 years until retiring in 2003 and enjoyed reading The Post every day from front to back.
Will is survived by his wife, Linda; granddaughters, Ashlee Owens and Annika Godston; a sister, Patricia Eller (Tom); brothers, Steven Owens and Craig Owens (Lisa); sister-in-law, Brenda Archer (Kenneth); brothers-in-law, Gene Parker; Billy Parker (Cheryl); nieces, Wendy Pierce (Jimmy); Jenny Downs (Brian); Scarlet Floyd (Dennis); Angela Parker and nephew, Chad Parker (Meagan); two grandnieces and four grand-nephews. He was preceded in death by their son, Mark Owens; a brother, Raymond Owens and parents, Erma and Willis Owens, Sr.
Will doted on his granddaughters and enjoyed taking them on Disney cruises. He felt fortunate that he lived nearby and could see them often and watch them grow up. He and Linda had been married 49 years and felt they knew each other so well that they often could tell what the other was thinking. Traveling was one of their favorite things to do. Will's love with the Outer Banks began when he visited his grandmother's family cottages in the summers along with his father's family. He loved going every Summer and Fall with family members, especially his granddaughters.
A Memorial Service will be held at 11 a.m. on November 19, 2016 at Murphy Funeral Home, 1102 W. Broad St., Falls Church, VA. In lieu of flowers, a donation to The American Cancer Society or charity of your choice would be appreciated.
Published in The Washington Post from Nov. 13 to Nov. 18, 2016
1962 - Nancy Parrott
1962 - R Michael Pendergast
1962 - Francis M Pettit
1962 - Elaine Phillips Raine - - Died May 2007
1962 - Frank C Pulley
1962 - Patricia Ridge
1962 - Cornelia "Ann" Rixse Coleman - - Died June 2007
1962 - Deborah Service Benton - - Died October 1981
1962 - Calvin Shelton - (11/17/1984)
1962 - Florence Simpson Rogers - (10/2/2012) - March 14, 1944 - October 2, 2012 survived by husband of 42 years, Albert J. Rogers and daughters Catriona Rogers Keating and Margaret Rogers Rouse and two grand daughters and a grandson.
1962 - Patricia K "Kay" Smith Barr - (3/11/2007) - Patricia Kay Barr, 62, of Stafford County died Sunday, March 11, 2007, at Mary Washington Hospital.
She loved her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and friend. She touched many lives with her loving spirit.
Survivors include her husband, James W. Barr; two daughters and a son; nine grandchildren; a brother; and numerous nieces and nephews.
A funeral will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, March 15, at Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg, with the Rev. Sonny Thompson officiating. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service. Burial will follow in Sunset Memorial Gardens.
Memorials may be made to Life Outreach International, Water for Life, Box 982000, Fort Worth, Texas 76182-8000.
Online guest book at covenantfuneralservice.com.
Burial: Sunset Memorial Gardens, Four Mile Fork, Spotsylvania County, VA
1962 - Joan Sparacino Andrus - (11/6/1991)
1962 - William Starnes - (1-13-1964) The February 7, 1964 Signal (student newspaper) indicated that William died of a attack while attending the Naval Academy.
1962 - Pamela Stewart Clark - (2/23/1991)
1962 - Abigail Swanick - (12/25/2009)
1962 - Patricia Talley Strobel - - Died August 1992
1962 - Thomas Tebbs - (5/12/2002) - RD2 US Navy. Buried Arlington National Cemetery - Plot Section 5-N3, row 8 site 5
1962 - Thomas Tenney - (6/13/2005)
1962 - Robert C "Bob" Tyler - (7/15/2014) - Robert Carlton Tyler, 69, of Fredericksburg, died peacefully Tuesday, July 15, 2014, at Mary Washington Hospital.
Bob grew up loving bicycles and riding his high wheel bike around town. He was most proud of completing a one day, 100-mile ride and receiving a century medal from the National Wheelman Organization. Bob and Susan made many trips in his Model A panel truck with the Historic Fredericksburg Region Antique Automobile Club of America in the 1970’s and ’80s. Driving all over the East Coast hunting for antiques was a passion until the end. Bob was an active member of car clubs and train clubs and the Virginia Gentlemen for many years. He spent 33 years as a teacher in the Spotsylvania County and Fredericksburg City school systems.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Olie H. and Ersie M. Tyler.
Survivors include his wife of 42 years, Susan Carter Tyler and numerous cousins
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 19, at St. George’s Episcopal Church.
Interment will be private.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to one’s favorite charity.
1962 - David R Walker - (6/26/1985)
1962 - Charles A Weiss - - Died April 1986
1962 - William Wendt - (12/8/1995) - Mr. William R. "Bill" Wendt, 52, died Friday, Dec. 8, 1995, at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C.
The funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at Demaine Funeral Home, Springfield. Burial will be in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington.
Mr. Wendt, a native of Pensacola, Fla., was an Army veteran of the Vietnam War. He was a telecommunications manager and branch chief for the Systems Integration and Control Branch for the Army. He was a member of Armed Forces Communications Electronics Association, Association of the United States Army and the Signal Corps Association.
Survivors include his wife, G. June Wendt; four sons, C. Mitchell Green, Warner Robins, Ga., Steven J. Green, Augusta, and William Robert Reed and Robert Lee Reed, both of Cartersville, Ga.; a daughter, Doris Louise Reed, Cartersville; and a sister, Kristina Wendt Dores, San Diego.
Memorials may be made to Paul Anderson Youth Home Inc., P.O. Box 525, Vidalia, Ga. 30474- 0525.
Augusta Chronicle, The (GAl - Wednesday, December 13,1995
1962 - Leroy Wilson West - - Died November 1982
1962 - Mary Jo Zeh Wall - (7/15/1997)
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1963 - James Allnutt - (6/10/1966) - Buried Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA - Sec. 35 site 4010
1963 - W John Allnutt - (12/23/2011) - William "John" Allnutt of Marietta died suddenly of a heart attack on Friday, December 23, 2011, at the age of 66. He retired from IBM in 1997 where he had worked for thirty years. John was born in Oakland, California, and raised in Arlington, Virginia, by his parents Francis and Grace Allnutt. He was a baseball enthusiast and all around mischief maker with his twin brother, Jimmy, and his best friends, Bob and Dick Webb. John is survived by his wife, Julie Kathryn Allnutt; daughter Kimberly Mattison and her husband James; daughter Christy Hayes and her husband Chris; grandchildren Jake and Lauren Mattison, Charlie and Lindsey Hayes; and sister Betty Acheson of Virginia. John was predeceased by his father Francis Allnutt, mother Grace Allnutt, twin brother James Allnutt, and a bevy of four legged children with whom he is now reunited. After his retirement in 1997, John spent time traveling with his wife Julie and visiting with their children and grandchildren. He spent many years coaching his daughters in softball. Recently, John could often be found shouting encouragement to his grandchildren in the bleachers of various baseball, basketball, football, gymnastics and lacrosse games throughout metro Atlanta. John was a longtime umpire for the Marietta Umpire Association where he could finally call a baseball game to his satisfaction without the fear of getting thrown out of the game. When not with his wife, children, or grandchildren, John volunteered countless hours with several rescue groups including Atlanta Dog Squad transporting rescued dogs from all over the state to their new homes. Along with Julie, John spent every weekend volunteering at the Cobb County Animal Shelter. John was known for his dry wit and had a penchant for sending funny and sometimes inappropriate emails to family and friends. A lifelong Redskins fan, John hated the Dallas Cowboys and reveled in the glory years of Coach Joe Gibbs. He enjoyed grabbing a beer and dinner with dear friend Roy Babin and lounging around the house with his faithful dogs Ginger and Shadow. Funeral services will be held Thursday, December 29, 11:00 a.m. at H.M. Patterson & Son, Canton Hill, 1157 Old Canton Rd., Marietta, Georgia, 30068. Visitation with the family will be at H.M. Patterson & Son, Canton Hill, Wednesday, December 28, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. More information can be obtained by calling the funeral home at 770-977-0336. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations are made to Atlanta Dog Squad (http://www.atlantadogsquad.org), Atlanta Lab Rescue (http://www.labrescueofatlanta.com) and Angels Among Us Pet Rescue (http://angelsrescue.org). John lived a full and happy life personified by the words of Green Bay Packer's Coach Vince Lombardi, "Any man's finest hour is when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle… victorious." -
1963 - Carlotta Anderson Simmons - - Died in October 1981 in Falls Church, VA.
1963 - Helena Averill Shurden - (10/18/2013) - Helena Shurden,68, died Friday, October 18, 2013, at her residence near Blue Mountain after a lengthy illness. A Columbus, Ohio native, she was born May 5, 1945, to William Printice and Helen Corrine Averill. She was raised in Fairfax,,Virginia and had lived a number of years in Tupelo where she served as a paralegal for several area attorneys.
From 1984 to 2000 she was actively involved with a number of Civil War reenactments and also ran a sutlery (in camp store) where she sold wares of the period for numerous reenactments. Among the many battle reenactments she participated in were Shiloh, Gettysburg, Fredericksburg, Vicksburg and Murfreesboro. Of particular interest, she worked as an extra in the ABC Civil War miniseries North & South.
Helena was an avid Ole Miss Fan and along with most good Ole Miss Fans, maintained a long lasting disdain for LSU.
A memorial service honoring her life will be 6 p.m. Friday, October 25, 2013, at The Jefferson Street Chapel of W. E. Pegues with Rev. Wayne Cobb officiating. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery in Water Valley at a later date.
Survivors include two sons, Nathan Lowe of Blue Mountain and Andrew Shurden (Lea) of Schofield Barracks, Hawaii and one grandson, Turner Lewis Shurden of the home.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Col. William Printice and Helen Corrine Wagner Averill and one brother, William "Bill" Averill.
Visitation will be 4 - 6 p.m. Friday, October 25, 2013, at W. E. Pegues.
Memorials may be made to The Wounded Warrior Project, 223 Rosa L. Parks Avenue, Suite 301, Nashville, Tennessee 37203, or St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.
1963 - Dave Ball - (11/25/2017)
1963 - Elizabeth "Betsy" Bartlett Payson - - Died in July 1999
1963 - Tom Bowden - - Died in May 2011
1963 - Christine Boyle Mitchell - (12/21/2006)
1963 - Donna Brensinger - (9/20/1969) - Died in Woodbridge, VA
1963 - George Bridgman
1963 - Susan Byrd - (10/17/2015)
1963 - Mike Cassady - (11/18/2000) - Michael Francis Cassady, 54, a Washington area musician and piano teacher, died of a heart ailment Nov. 18 at Inova Alexandria Hospital, after collapsing at home in Alexandria.
Mr. Cassady played piano in several bands, among them Billy Budd, Button and the Fame Brothers. They performed in the 1960s and 1970s in Georgetown clubs and restaurants, including the Bayou, Crazy Horse and Silver Dollar.
He also played piano at the Pentagon City Nordstrom and at Northern Virginia restaurants, including Il Porto in Alexandria, the Black Orchid in Vienna and The View at the Rosslyn Westpark Hotel. He also taught piano privately and at music stores.
Mr. Cassady was born in Washington and raised in Arlington and Alexandria. He was a graduate of Wakefield High School, attended the University of Virginia and received a bachelor's degree in music from George Mason University.
He worked for local music stores, including Jordan Kitt, and was a real estate agent for Shannon & Luchs in the 1980s.
He had been a salesman for the Micro Center computer store in Vienna for the past five years.
While a student at George Mason, he composed, directed and performed in an operatic work titled "Marnamus."
Survivors include his parents, John Cassady and Eugenia Cassady, both of Alexandria; a sister, Mary Hasty of Fairfax; and three brothers, John III Cassady of Alexandria, Timothy Cassady of McGaheysville, Va., and Patrick Cassady of Arlington.
1963 - Patricia "Chris" Christiansen Ralph - (3/1/2013) - Patricia Ann Ralph, 67, Sebastian, FL., died on March 1, 2013 at the VNA Hospice House, Vero Beach, FL.
Mrs. Ralph was born on December 10, 1945 in Washington, DC. She was of Lutheran Faith.
She had been a resident of Sebastian, FL., for 20 years coming from Fairfax, VA.
Before retirement Mrs. Ralph was a Floral Manager for Winn Dixie
She was a member of and attended the Rehab Family at Sebastian River Medical Center in Sebastian, FL.
Mrs. Ralph is survived by husband; Roland Ralph, Sebastian, FL., sons; Anthony Depoto, Fairfax, VA, Eric Depoto, Charlotte NC., daughters; Jenny Depoto, Fairfax, VA., Kim Beckett, Fairfax, VA., Dixie Judy, Preston, MD., brothers; Ricky Christiansen, Ruther Glen, VA., Bruce Christiansen, Fairfax, VA., and 3 grandchildren.
She is predeceased by her parents; Charles and Margaret Christiansen, brother; Robert Christiansen.
Memorial Contributions may be made to the VNA Hospice House at 901 37th Street, Vero Beach, FL., 32960.
Seawinds funeral home in charge of arrangements.
To visit an online tribute please visit www.seawindsfh.com
1963 - Jerry Churchill - (12/22/1997)
1963 - Craig Kenneth Chute - (7/28/2008) - Craig Kenneth Chute, 63, of Kalispell, passed away at his family home Monday, July 28, 2008. He was born Feb. 4, 1945, in Arlington, Va., the youngest of three children, to Kenneth and Virginia Chute.
With his father, Kenneth, working as an engineer in the U.S. Geological Survey, Craig and his family moved frequently between states, from New England to Florida. Although the Chute’s roots were in Harrison, Maine, Craig experienced new towns and new schools 25 times in his childhood years. He spent his last two years of high school in Arlington, but his heart was in “small town” Indiana with its warmth of community and enthusiasm for basketball.
Always industrious, Craig excelled as a student and athlete wherever he went. He delivered newspapers and mowed lawns as a boy, and later took summer employment in Maine, developing and maintaining campsites for his Uncle Glenn and logging pulp wood with his Uncle Hartley. He also earned money for college working for the Geological Survey in Tennessee, as well as the Forest Service in New Hampshire. He was recognized for his natural athletic abilities and good sportsmanship at every school he attended; his enjoyment of playing basketball followed him everywhere.
After graduating from high school in 1963, Craig headed west on the train to attend Colorado State University for a short time. Disappointed with the area and the size of the school, he bought an old 1948 Willy’s Jeep for $500 and ventured north to Montana. With his sights on going to the smoke-jumper’s school, he arrived in Missoula in mid-November, only to find that there weren’t many fires to worry about during the winter time in Montana. By happenstance, he discovered the university (then Montana State University) in its magnificent setting and made arrangements to return as a student the following year. Fall quarter 1964, Craig not only entered the “U” as a freshman, but was a walk-on for the Grizzly basketball program.
It was at the university that he met the girl that would later become his wife, Pamela Phillips, of Kalispell.
He had found the person to watch beautiful sunsets with, but with the draft, the 1960s were a tumultuous era for college students. After much thought, in the spring of 1966, Craig decided to leave college and sign up for a tour of duty with the Marine Corps. As his family’s first representative in the military in several generations, Craig went off to boot camp at Camp Pendleton. He received numerous platoon honors, went on to be trained in an artillery division and served in Vietnam. Stateside, and recovering at Bethesda, he was reassigned to Camp LeJeune in North Carolina.
Craig and Pam were married in the First Presbyterian Church of Kalispell on Oct. 9, 1967. The return journey to North Carolina (honeymoon) was via the Trans-Canadian Highway to his grandparents’ farm in Maine and then south along the eastern seaboard to the Marine base.
After numerous training missions to the Carribbean and Mediterranean, Craig received an early honorable discharge from the Marine Corps in December 1968. Pam and Craig returned to live and work in Montana and to re-enter college, where Craig rekindled his love for literature.
His first civilian job after the military was finding employment at a small electrical wholesale company, Mountain West Electric. This was the beginning of the Craig that most people know. He truly enjoyed the challenges, as well as the folks that he came in contact with. It was the beginning of a lifelong passion and an all-consuming occupation. When the business sold, Craig was asked to open a branch in Kalispell, becoming the youngest manager in the company’s large system. Whether working as an electrician or managing an electrical wholesale branch, Craig was always generous with his time and knowledge, being a friend and problem-solver to all. The 24 years with Crescent Electric and his past seven years with Kalispell Electric brought him great pleasure. His quick wit and silly jokes will always be remembered. Of course, he never tired of frustrating his family with reminding them that his favorite day of the week was Monday.
With family and animals waiting for him at home along the Stillwater River, Craig carved out a Chute niche, building shelters, barns and fences for cattle, horses and hay. He constructed a cabin in 1973 from a 100-year-old barn that he dismantled at Skyline Dairy; later designing and building the house on the hill for his growing brood. He loved his pastoral surrounding, marveling at the geese overhead and the resident deer population, with new fawns appearing every spring. It all served as a soothing respite from the busy work schedule that he kept.
His three children and their personal accomplishments were the pride of his life. The hectic years of baseball, softball, soccer and football were fun and filled with traveling. Coaching PeeWee baseball and hauling loads of grinning kids to various sporting events was his idea of the perfect vacation. He has lovingly followed their young adult adventures with as much enthusiasm. Craig always said that one of his greatest rewards has been to see each one finish college and go on to a career.
Now with a new generation of babies in the family tree, Craig took loving pleasure in being a grandpa. Reading stories with grandchildren on his lap, having a cribbage contest with team Ethan-Caleb, coloring with Carter and Emma (Carter and grandpa’s favorite color is black), or working a puzzle with Carissa, was gentle fun for everyone.
One of his greatest pleasures, outside of work, was taking family road trips, seeking out alternate routes on less-traveled highways. He was a genius at many things, but unsurpassed was his innate knowledge and memory of places, people, and the U.S. road systems. The planning process was extensive, and the family’s rewards for his efforts were great. Most recently, Craig and Pam celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary with a trip to Maine and the Maritime provinces, finding lighthouses and covered bridges along the way.
Craig was a wonderfully complex man — a great friend to many and a lover of solitude, and a deep thinker who found joy in the simple pleasures of life. He loved literature, art, music and historical study, particularly of the Northwest and Native American culture. He was an honest and gracious person who will be missed by his family and all the friends he made along the way.
Craig was preceded in death by his parents.
He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Pam, at the family home in Kalispell; his brother, Philip Chute, of Eau Claire, Wis.; his brother, Clifton Chute, of Bristol, Ind.; his son, Ethan, and wife, Lisa Chute, of Otsego, Minn.; his daughter, Jessica Chute, of Kalispell; his son, Ira Chute, of San Francisco; and his four grandchildren, Caleb and Carissa Chute of Otsego, and Carter and Emma Chute of Kalispell.
1963 - Vincent Covins - (9/9/2003) - Vincent Leo Covins, 58, Bradenton, died Sept. 9, 2003.
He was born May 22,1945, in Washington, D.C., and came to Bradenton in 1990 from Maryland. He was a motorcycle mechanic. He was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Survivors include his mother, Ellen M. of Bradenton; sisters Toni Caggiano of Winchester, Va., Tina Shope of Cape Coral, Paula of Tamarac, and Sister Mary E. of Bradenton; a brother, Stepen of Fort Myers; and his fiancee, Mia Abarquez of the Philippines.
No visitation is planned. A memorial Mass will be at 9:30 a.m. Monday at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Bradenton Funeral Home is in charge.
Memorial donations may be made to National Kidney Foundation of Florida, 1040 Woodcock Road, Suite 119, Orlando, FL 32803.
Sarasota Herald-Tribune (FL) - Sunday, September 14, 2003
1963 - Larry Cullop
1963 - Donna Davis
1963 - Ray Ewell - (6/28/2003) - Buried Fort Logan National Cemetery, Denver, CO. Section 25 Site 646. QM3 US Navy, Vietman
1963 - Hal Feeney - (2/7/2017) - Harold "Hal" Feeney Jr., 72, of Waverly, Ga., died Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017, at the University of Florida Medical Center in Jacksonville, Fla.
The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017, at Edo Miller and Sons Funeral Home.
The funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 17, 2017, with family receiving friends one hour prior to the service in the Christian Life Center at College Place United Methodist Church with the Rev. Rob Grotheer officiating. A reception will immediately follow the service.
On Sunday, January 22nd, 2017, tornadoes impacted the area near Hal's home just south of Brunswick, GA. On Monday the 23rd, Hal was helping with debris cleanup in one of the local neighborhoods when an accident occurred. Hal was hit in the head with a tree limb from the top of a falling tree. Hal sustained severe head trauma and loss of blood and was transported to the nearest Level 1 Trauma center in Jacksonville, FL, one hour away where he underwent emergency surgery to stabilize and repair the fractures and wounds and to stop the bleeding. Hal spent two weeks in the UF Health Jacksonville Neurological ICU before passing away on February 7, 2017.
1963 - Neil M Fink McLeod - (7/1/2006)
1963 - Judith Gardner - (2/6/1970)
1963 - Laura Garvey - (6/20/2009) - Laura Avice Garvey, 64, of Annapolis since 1974, died June 20 after a year battle with lymphoma at Mandrin Hospice House in Harwood.
Born March 5, 1945 in Kansas City, Mo., she attended Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va. She received her Bachelor of Science in Spanish, Italian Linguistics from Georgetown University, Washington D.C. and a master's degree in Counseling and Guidance from Bowie State University.
Laura taught for 31 years at Southern Senior High, teaching French, Spanish, Latin, and English. She was a part-time teacher of Spanish at Anne Arundel Community College for 24 years, retiring in 1998. She was a active member of the Severna Park Bridge Club, ACBL and Regional master. She enjoyed photography, travel, music, collecting Christmas memorabilia and playing Bridge.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Clayton R. and Lila J. Garvey.
1963 - Marilyn A Gee Davis - (7/14/2009) - Marilyn A. Davis, 63, of Oakton, Va., died Tuesday, July 14, 2009, in Blair, after a long battle with cancer.
Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 25 at Campbell-Aman Funeral Home in Blair. Interment will be in the Blair Cemetery.
Marilyn Ann Gee was born on Aug. 13, 1945, in Washington, D.C., to Thomas and Clare (Huss) Gee. She spent her entire life in the D. C. area.
Her career spanned many directions and started as an executive secretary for the American Pharmaceutical Association. She later worked at the Planning Research Corporation, and was the personal secretary to the chairman of CODEX Corp. She was a secretary to an orthopedic surgeon and an office manager at Dynergy Capital Corp. She eventually branched out to owner and executive vice president of W&M Enterprises, which dealt in plastic laminating machines.
She was a friend and colleague to many people. She loved to play bridge, enjoyed cooking for family and friends, and treasured her time gardening at her home in Oakton, Va.
She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Brian and Ana Davis of Blair; daughter April Davis of Oakton, Va.; grandchildren, Brian Davis Jr. and Anthony Davis; two brothers and sister-in-law, David and Jean Gee of Waldorf, Md., and Michael Gee of Phoenix, Ariz.; and sister, Frances Gee and Bob Thomas of Livonia, Mich.
Memorials may be directed to the Friends of the Jeanette Hunt Animal Shelter, PO Box 233, Blair, NE 68008.
1963 - Gary Gitzen - (4/22/2011) - Gary was born February 15th, 1945 in Washington DC. After high school graduation he joined the Air Force and quickly became an engineer working on airplanes and was transferred to CA. Later he became an engineer at Hewlett-Packard and worked there locally for over 30 years.
He enjoyed square dancing, especially helping with the sound equipment and was a fire arms safety instructor. Gary was also an amateur photographer and ham radio operator.
Gary passed away the evening of April 22nd. He is survived by a son, Francis, and a daughter, Jeanne.
The family would like the thank the Palo Alto VA Hospital for caring for Gary in such a kind and professional manner. Donations in his name can be made to them.
A memorial service will be held at one of his favorite restaurants, Harry's Hofbrau, on Sat. June 25th from 3:00 - 6:00. It is located at 390 Saratoga Ave, San Jose CA 95129. Published in San Jose Mercury News/San Mateo County Times on May 29, 2011
1963 - Mary Alene Hall Clive - (4/18/1995)
1963 - Judith Hackley Davis - (4/6/2016) - Judith Hackley Davis, of Chestnut Hill, died Wednesday, April 6, 2016 at her home surrounded by family. Born in Washington, D.C., on October 8, 1945, she was a graduate of Radford University and a member of Alpha Sigma Alpha. She was an avid gardener, a member of Greene Countrie Garden Club and a long-time volunteer at the Philadelphia Flower Show. Mrs. Davis was a member of the Philadelphia Cricket Club where she enjoyed playing competitive tennis and golf and was proud to have been the first woman to serve on the club's grounds committee.
She is survived by her devoted husband, Robert S. Davis and two sons, Robert H. Davis of Chestnut Hill and John R. Davis (Rebekah A. Barrera), of South Padre Island, Texas; her sister, Michelle North (Gregg North) of Rixeyville, Virginia; her nieces and nephew, Erin North Bishop (Jeremiah Bishop) of Harrisonburg, Virginia, Joshua North of New York, New York, and Deborah Hibbert (Thomas Hibbert) and Joanne Jarrett (Scott Jarrett) of Reno, Nevada; and her great-nephew and niece, Conrad and Beatrix Bishop, of Harrisonburg, Virginia. She was predeceased by her parents Russell and Alice Heflin Hackley. Memorial contributions, in Judith's name, can be made to the Morris Arboretum, 100 E. Northwestern Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118 or KeystoneCare Hospice, 8765 Stenton Avenue, Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania 19038.
Published on Philly.com on Apr. 8, 2016
1963 - Dwaine Harrell - (2/5/2013) - YORKTOWN, VA - Dr. Dwaine Richard Harrell passed away at his home on February 5, 2013. Dwaine was born in Front Royal, VA on June 4, 1945. His parents Eugene and Margaret Harrell preceded him in death. Dwaine is survived by his best friend and wife of 43 years Marie, son Christopher, (Stephanie) brother Donald, (Susan) nieces, nephews and his lab Abigail. Dwaine grew up in Arlington, VA, graduated from Wakefield High School, and received an AB from The College of William & Mary, MA Vanderbilt University, Ph. D, The University of Virginia. Dwaine and his wife moved to the peninsula in 1974 and have lived in Yorktown for the last 30 years. Dwaine was a Nationally Certificated School Psychologist and a Licensed Clinical / Child, Psychologist. During the 30 years Dwaine worked for Hampton City Schools he wore many hats. He was the Coordinator of Psychological Services and was proud of the professional staff he supervised. Dwaine also served as the Gifted and Special Education Coordinator. Along with Bob Joyce and Juanita Cawley Dwaine launched Child Check. Dr. Mary Christian, Kathy Johnson and Dwaine developed the LEAP program. Dwaine taught classes for students, teachers, and administrators and was involved in research and development. After retiring Dwaine continued his work as a Psychologist for West Point, York, Gloucester and New Kent Public Schools and taught for Thomas Nelson Community College. Dwaine loved teaching. He started his teaching career in 1968. For over forty years Dwaine taught at many Universities in Virginia and supervised Graduate students at George Washington University and William and Mary. Dwaine was a member of the National Association of School Psychologist, on the Hampton Road Educator's Credit Union Board of Supervisors for over 25 years, He served on the Olde Port Cove HOA, volunteered at the American Theater, Charles H. Taylor Arts Center, Peninsula Medical Reserve Corp and was a member of Phi Kappa Tau fraternity and St. Luke's United Methodist Church. Dwaine was a respected Psychologist in the field of education. He loved his work and always strived to use his skills to help the children, parents, and the teachers he worked with. Dwaine will continue to help others through the donation of his body for education and research. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society . Dwaine's family expresses their sincere gratitude to his caring doctor and friend Dr. Kim Schlesinger, and the many friends who have reached out to us at this time. On Saturday, February 9, at 2:00 pm a celebration of Dwaine's life will take place at Grafton Christian Church, 109 Brick Church Road, Yorktown, VA. Published in Daily Press on Feb. 8, 2013
1963 - Charles Hennessy - (6/28/2008)
1963 - Robert Elvin Hoy - (4/27/1969) - United States Army Captain was killed in action in South Vietnam. Vinh Long, Vietnam
1963 - Eddie Hudson - (3/12/2004) - HUDSON, WILLIAM EDWARD (Age 58)
Of Arlington, VA, died Friday, March 12,2004 at Inova Mt. Vernon Hospital. He was born on April 12, 1945 in Washington, D.C. to the late Emmett S. Hudson and Arline Tinsley Hudson. Mr. Hudson was an avid fisherman and loved football, especially the Washington Redskins. He enjoyed spending his time boating, woodworking and making models. He is survived by two daughters, Christine Brann and her husband, Joe, and Elizabeth Hudson, all of Kentucky, and one son, Taylor Hudson and his wife, Krista, of New Hammpshire. Mr. Hudson is also survived by one grandson, Ian Brann of Kentucky and one aunt, Maude Tinsley of Culpeper, VA. A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, March 16, 2004 in Fairview Cemetery with Rev. Ted Fuson officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, 1108 East Main St., Suite 1600, Richmond, VA 23219. FOUND AND SONS FUNERAL CHAPEL of Culpeper is handling the arrangements.
Published in The Washington Post on Mar. 15, 2004
1963 - Marga Ingle - (9/28/1980)
1963 - Phillip Kagan - (August, 2010)
1963 - Donna Kain
1963 - Bill Klinksiek - (10/18/2014) - William Frederick Klinksiek, 69, of Winchester, Virginia, died Saturday, October 18, 2014 in the Blue Ridge Hospice Inpatient Care Center, Winchester, Virginia. Per his wishes, there will be no service.
1963 - Suzanne Kovenperkavich - (5/1/1967)
1963 - Jack Lee
1963 - Henry Lewis - (7/19/1993) - Died in Dunn, NC
1963 - Larry McDonald - (9/26/2003) - GREENVILLE - Larry Daniel McDonald, 58, of 209 Continental Drive, died Friday, September 26, 2003.
Born and raised in Washington, D.C., he was the son of Mack Daniel and Patsy Nicholas McDonald of Arlington, Va.
Mr. McDonald graduated from Furman University in 1967 where he was a member of the football team and the Kappa Alpha Fraternity. He graduated from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1970. While he was in law school he served as a Senate Page for then Senators Richard Riley and Harry Chapman. He was an honorably discharged 1st Lieutenant in the U.S. Army and Army Reserves. After working at the Public Defenders Office in Richland County, he practiced law in Beaufort and later practiced law in Greenville, beginning in 1980.
He attended White Oak Baptist Church in Greenville where he was a member of the Coed II Sunday School Class.
Mr. McDonald served in a variety of community service positions and achieved several professional distinctions. While living in Beaufort, he served as Chairman of the March of Dimes for Beaufort and was the President of the Beaufort Yacht and Sailing Club. After establishing his new law practice in Greenville, he served as the Attorney for both the Merrifield Park Community Club and the South Carolina Hang Gliding Association. Mr. McDonald received the distinguished honor of receiving the approval to practice law under the Supreme Court of the United States of America. He was a member of the South Carolina Bar Associatlon and the Greenville County Bar Association.
He is survived by his parents; his wife, Nancy; a daughter, Erin M. and his son-in-law, Christopher Watts of Chesapeake, Va.; two sons and a daughter-in-law, Weston D. and Jennifer McDonald of Arden, North Caorlina, and Brian L. McDonald of Greenville. Also surviving are his brother, Ron E. McDonald and Brenda Hurst of Arlington, Va.; a sister and brother-in-law, Barbara and Murray Levine of Port St. Lucie, Fla.; mother-in-Ia w, Martha Hiott of Simpsonville; two brothers-in-law, Steve Hiott III and Deanna of Greer and Larry and Sherry Miller of Greenville. He is survived by six grandchildren, Alexandra, Victoria, Dakota, and Dalton McDonald and Bailey and Ashlyn Watts. He is also survived by numerous nephews and nieces. He was predeceased by son, Ryan L. McDonald; sister-in-law, Carolyn Jo Miller; father-in-law, Steve Hiott Jr.
Services will be Monday at 11 a.m. at the chapel of Simpsonville First Baptist Church with the Rev. Ralph Hefner and the Rev. Bill Hightower officiating. Burial will follow in Simpsonville City Cemetery.
The family will receive friends today from 6:30 until 8:30 p.m. at The Mackey Mortuary, Century Drive.
Honorary escort will be members of the Coed II Sunday School Class of White Oak Baptist Church. Pallbearers for the memorial service include Dr. David Hiott, Jacob Miller, Iber Tripp, Charles Wright, Mac Glore and Bill Phillips.
Memorials may be made to White Oak Baptist Church building renovations, 1805 Wade Hampton Boulevard, Greenville, SC 29609 or to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, 1247 Lake Murray Boulevard, Irmo SC 29063.
The family wishes to extend a special thanks to all the 5th floor staff of the St. Francis Hospital for their many kindnesses.
State, The (Columbia, SC) - Sunday, September 28, 2003
1963 - Susan McDonald - (8/21/2004) - SUSAN CARTER MCDONALD Clinical Nurse Specialist Susan was born on March 5, 1945 and grew up in Arlington, VA as an only child and a "surprise" to somewhat older parents Wilma J. Roach McDonald and Carl Clinton McDonald. After high school Susan attended Mary Washington College before transferring to University of Virginia to complete a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. After completion of nursing school, friends of the family bought her a first class plane ticket to take her across country to a job in San Francisco working as a pediatric nurse. Later she was offered a job as a psychiatric nurse in a community hospital. After a year in San Francisco, she decided to move back east and take a job in Boston working in Pediatric Neurosurgery. She loved the work and later described to friends how attached she would become to the children and how painful it was to lose a child. When she was offered a position as a head nurse to open a new psychiatric unit in Toronto, Canada, she felt it was an exciting opportunity. She successfully opened that unit and then decided to take on another new adventure as the head nurse on the psychiatric unit at the Atlanta VA Hospital. Susan's concern for patients' welfare and her leadership abilities were by then readily apparent. While at the VA, she had the opportunity to attend the Emory University graduate nursing program to obtain a Master's Degree in Psychiatric Nursing and was later certified as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Psychiatry. After earning her graduate degree, she decided to work in the Grady Health Care System, first in the Outpatient Psychiatric Department and later on the Emergency Psychiatric Service. Susan remained dedicated to serving patients and was admired and well-liked by her colleagues who remember her kindness, her humor, and her professionalism. Susan enjoyed traveling with friends to various interesting sites in the U.S. and Europe. In 1998 she and ten others spent a week in an Italian villa celebrating a close friend's 50th birthday. In addition to her career, friends, and traveling, Susan found great pleasure in collecting cook books, growing orchids, and reading. Never having grown up with pets, she found to her surprise that she adored friends' dogs and was easily coereced into pet sitting for her favorite rescued dogs Sadie and Gracie. Susan was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 1997 and had intensive treatment, including surgery and chemotherapy. Two years later she had a local recurrence and had more chemotherapy. It looked as if she had beaten the breast cancer and then in the fall of 2003 she was diagnosed with leukemia caused by the chemotherapy she had received for the breast cancer. She fought a valiant battle with leukemia including intensive chemotherapy that resulted in a remission followed by a mini-bone marrow transplant from an unrelated donor. When the leukemia reoccurred eight months after her remission, she had more chemotherapy. She was aware that there was little chance that she would survive the treatment but chose to die the way that she had lived, fighting cancer, Susan passed away on August 21st 2004 surrounded by friends. Susan is survived by her first cousins, W.B. Beisel, Jr. of Savannah, GA, Malcolm R. Roach and J. Thomas Roach of Vero Beach, FL and Dana Mitchell Strunk of Chattanooga, TN, second cousins, Dana Dietz Simpson and her brother Doug Dietz were dear to Susan's heart. Because Susan was an only child, friends were very dear to her. She is survived by many loving friends, too many to all be named. But those who were close throughout her illness and death include Salley Jessee, Gail Anderson, Larry Bishop, Susan and John Sommers, Sandy Chase, Lucie Klein-Coulton and Bill Coulton, Jane Yates and Mak Gilson, Maureen and Bill Dinges, Mridula and Surinder Puri, Carol Lyle and Richard Gann, as well as her neighbors Mandy Roth and Mark Rokfalusi. Susan had a long journey with cancer and was admired for her tenacious fight by her oncologists including Dr. Austin at Atlanta Cancer Center, Dr. Langston at Emory University Hospital, and especially Drs. Morris, Holland and Connaghan at Northside Hospital. The nurses on the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit at Northside Hospital were always kind and patient throughout her illnesses. Those who witnessed her gradual loss in the battle with leukemia were amazed by her consistently upbeat attitude. The body was cremated by the National Cremation Society and will be interred at Arlington Memorial Park. A memorial service will be held on Sunday, August 29th at 4 PM at the Central Congregational Church (UCC) at 2676 Clairmont Rd. NE, Atlanta, GA 30329. Memorial contributions may be made to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Office of Donor Services, 1311 Mamaroneck Ave., White Plains, NY 10605 or to the Susan G, Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, P.O. Box 650309, Dallas, TX 75265-0309 or to your favorite charity. National Cremation, (770) 923-2940. Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Aug. 26, 2004 -
1963 - Jeanne Mitchell Brown - (5/22/2000)
1963 - Harriotte "Hally" Montague Baker - (10/10/2003)
1963 - John Nordine
1963 - John Nuelson - - Died in July 2007 in Alexandria, VA
1963 - Jim Oliver - (1/28/1964) - The following article was found.
Jilted Singer Kills College Love Rival (Chicago Tribune , 2 Jan 29, 1964) - Arlington, Va., Jan. 28 PD- A hillbilly singer sought for. the jealousy slaying of a Duke University freshman walked into Arlington police headquarters today, handed over a pistol and surrendered. A few hours later he was taken to a hospital.
Police said James Reymer, 30, signed a statement admitting the killing last night of James Oliver, 18, of Arlington, son of a Washington editor for the weekly magazine United States News & World Report.
After signing the statement, they said, Reymer went into shock and was taken to a hospital where he was reported in fair condition. Police declined further comment on his illness. They filed a charge of murder against Reymer.
Police said he fired five bullets into Oliver as the youth and Bonnie Bell, 17, sat in a parked car in front of the girls home.
Police said the girl told them she had had a few dates with Reymer but recently broke off with him. They said he was waiting when she and Oliver drove up last night. The singer forced his way into the car and, after a quarrel, pulled the pistol and began firing, police said.
The girl drove Oliver to a hospital where he was pronounced dead.
1963 - James Packard - (6/7/2008)
1963 - James Robert "Jim" Parker - (9/6/2014) - Jim Parker, a onetime musician who was a partner with his brother in the Hard Times Cafe chain of chili restaurants, died Sept. 6 at his home in Alexandria, Va. He was 69.
The cause was pancreatic cancer, said his wife, Monica Parker.
Mr. Parker played in bar bands in the 1970s and worked as an accountant before joining his brother, Fred Parker, in opening the first Hard Times Cafe, in Old Town Alexandria in 1980.
They did the renovation and carpentry work themselves and built the menu around old family recipes from Texas and Oklahoma. The restaurant’s distinctive logo, of a boy taking a bath in a metal tub, was based on a photograph taken by the brothers’ father.
The Hard Times Cafe was an immediate success, and the restaurant grew into a local institution. Hard Times has 16 locations from Fredericksburg, Va., to Hagerstown, Md., including outlets at Nationals Park and the Verizon Center in the District. All are owned by the Parker family.
The restaurants offer sandwiches and other items, but chili remains at the heart of the menu. The brothers’ grandfather Ira Goodfellow learned to make chuck-wagon chili while working as a cowboy in Texas, and an aunt once ran a chili restaurant in Oklahoma.
Jim Parker took chili so seriously that he won more than 100 awards at cooking competitions throughout the country. One of the chili varieties at the Hard Times Cafe, Terlingua Red, is based on a prize-winning recipe Mr. Parker used at a 1994 contest in Terlingua, Tex.
One secret in getting the flavor right, he said, was to add brown sugar, a quarter-teaspoon at a time, if the chili was too salty or spicy.
“Don’t panic,” he told prospective cooks in a 1998 interview with The Washington Post. “Right at the end of cooking, that’s when people start to panic. Stick to the recipe, no matter what. Don’t tweak.”
James Robert Parker was born July 24, 1945, in West Palm Beach, Fla., and spent his early years in the Bahamas, where his father worked as an Army engineer. His mother, Lois Goodfellow Parker, was dubbed the “Oklahoma Wildcat” by journalists in 1933 after she helped subdue an escaped murderer and bank robber in her home state. (The gangster was Frank Sawyer, a known member of the Ma Barker gang.)
In the early 1950s, the family moved to Arlington County, where Mr. Parker graduated from Wakefield High School in 1963. He received a bachelor’s degree in music in 1967 from Transylvania University in Lexington, Ky.
He lived in New York City for a few years, toured as a musician, then returned to the Washington area, where he played bass in the 1970s with the band Fat City. (After Mr. Parker left the group, a later incarnation known as the Starland Vocal Band recorded the 1976 hit “Afternoon Delight.”)
Mr. Parker was working as an accountant for a Washington consulting company in 1980 when his older brother, then a graphic designer at the National Gallery of Art, proposed that they open a chili restaurant.
The brothers joined forces and, after buying out an early business partner, continued to operate the Hard Times Cafe enterprise together until Jim Parker’s death.
In addition to the chili cook-offs, in which he often competed with — and sometimes against — his wife, Mr. Parker also participated in sailing races.
His first marriage, to Marlene Regelski, ended in divorce.
In addition to his brother, of Alexandria, survivors include his wife of 16 years, Monica Disa Parker of Alexandria.
The Washington Post, 12sep2014.
Additionally, Jim attended George Washington University and earned his B.A. from Transylvania University.
1963 - Joseph Remeikas - (4/13/1969) - Joseph Remeikas was killed in action in Quang Nam Province, Vietnam. His name is honored on Panel 27W Line 077 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and on the Virtual Wall. Buried in Columbia Gardens Cemetery.
1963 - Stephen Reynolds - (5/17/2016) - On Tuesday, May 17th, 2016, Stephen Washington Reynolds (70), of Elkridge, MD passed away. Beloved husband of Joan Reynolds. Loving father of Jay Reynolds and John Reynolds. Dear grandfather of Mina Reynolds. Caring brother of Bob Reynolds.
Family and friends are invited to gather at the Gary L. Kaufman Funeral Home at Meadowridge Memorial Park, Inc., 7250 Washington Boulevard, Elkridge, MD 21075 (exit 6 off Rt. 100) on Saturday, June 4th, 2016 from 3 to 5 pm where Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, June 4th, 2016 at 5:00 pm in the Gary L. Kaufman Funeral Home Chapel. Inurnment Private. Memorial contribution can be made in Mr. Reynolds name to Gilchrist Hospice 6336 Cedar Lane Columbia, MD 21044.
1963 - Michael Rogers - (6/18/2005)
1963 - Robert Ronka - (11/27/2017) - RONKA, Robert "Bob" Robert (Bob) Ronka, 72, of Atlanta died on Monday, November 27th of complications due to lung disease. Bob, the son of Aili M. and Arne H. Ronka, was born in Gloucester, MA, and even after moving to Arlington, VA as a child, he would return for memorable summer vacations on Folly Cove. After graduating from Wakefield High School, where he was a star pitcher on the baseball team, Bob attended the University of Tennessee. His passion for his alma mater never waned. He truly was a "Vol for Life." During the Vietnam War, Bob proudly served his country as a Sergeant in the Army Third Infantry Honor Guard in Fort Meyer, VA. Professionally, Bob managed mass transit in several metropolitan areas, including Denver, Cincinnati, and Atlanta. Highlights of his career were managing the historic inclined railway in Chattanooga and bus routes for the 1996 Olympic Games. Both professionally and personally, Bob's affable personality and genuine concern for others were the hallmarks of his being. He is survived by his wife, Patricia Jimenez-Ronka, daughters Pamela Ronka Maroulis (Bill) of Ashburn, VA, Shelley Ronka Burns (Jason) of Knoxville, TN, both from first marriage to Carol Sue Ronka, stepdaughter, Patty Mackey (Colin) of Atlanta, GA, grandchildren Jackson Burns, Brody Burns, Katherine Maroulis, and Adrian Mackey, and brothers, Paul Ronka (Beth) of Colorado Springs, CO, and David Ronka of Charlottesville, VA. He will be deeply missed. A memorial service will be held at 3:00 pm on Friday, December 8 at the Trinity Presbyterian Church Dobbs chapel. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Bob's honor to the American Lung Association (www.lung.org). Arrangements under the direction of H.M. Patterson & Son Spring Hill.
Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Dec. 2, 2017
1963 - Patricia Seay - (7/23/2011)
1963 - Greg Schumaker
1963 - Cleo Barbara Sioris
1963 - William Leland Smith
1963 - Lawrence Stombock - (3/18/2009) - STOMBOCK Mr. Lawrence B. "Larry" Stombock, age 63, of Fernandina Beach, passed away on Wednesday morning, March 18, 2009 at his home. Born in Arlington, VA, he was the son of Lawrence S. and Elizabeth Bradshaw Stombock. He was a lifelong resident of Virginia until coming to Florida in 1969 / 1970. Mr. Stombock had retired in 2003 from the Florida Division of Forestry as the Senior Forest Ranger for Nassau County. He leaves behind, his wife of 30 years, Brenda Stombock, Fernandina Beach, FL, a daughter, Sharon Keele, Orange Park, FL, two sons, Frank Snyder IV (Carolyn), Jacksonville, FL, Lawrence B. "Brad" Stombock, Jr. (Courtney), Quincy, FL, five grandchildren, Austin and Sydney Keele, Collin and Elise Snyder, Barrett Stombock, a niece, Susanne Cox and a nephew, Mike Stombock (Carolyn) and five great nephews. Funeral services will be at 11:00 am on Friday from Yulee Baptist Church with Reverend Mike Fox, officiating. Mr. Stombock will be laid to rest in Hughes Cemetery, Yulee, FL with Military honors. Guests and friends are invited to visit on Thursday from 5:00 - 7:00 pm at the funeral home. Please share his life story at www.oxleyheard.com OXLEY - HEARD FUNERAL DIRECTORS Please Sign the Guestbook @ Jacksonville.com Published in the Florida Times-Union from Mar. 19 to Mar. 20, 2009.
1963 - Shirley Townsend Keller - (2/13/2015)
1963 - Steve Swanick
1963 - Thomas Thompson
1963 - Richard Turja - (11/1/2008)
1963 - Margaret Walker Hale - (8/26/2005) - On August 26, 2005, of Woodbridge, VA. She is survived by her husband Clyde Hale; a daughter Kimberly Hale; two brothers Rev. Dr. Michael Cicero, and William Walker; two sisters Joan Kimble, and Barbara Smith; loving grandmother of Christopher Washington. Friends may call at FAIRFAX MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, 9902 Braddock Rd, Fairfax, VA, on Tuesday, August 30, from 5 to 8 p.m., and where services will be held on Wednesday, August 31, at 2 p.m. Interment Fairfax Memorial Park.
Published in The Washington Post from Aug. 29 to Aug. 30, 2005
1963 - Chris Ward - (12/7/2017) - Dr. CHRISTOPHER ROBERT BRUCE WARD - Died of a sudden illness on December 7, 2017 in Managua, Nicaragua. Dr. Ward was born in Perth, West Australia February 16, 1945. He was the son of Commander Arvell Bruce Ward and Sheila Ward of Arlington, Virginia (deceased). A professor of English at Keiser University, he attended Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia; graduated from George Mason University; and earned a PhD. From Murdoch University, West Australia. He leaves behind his wife, Lydia Quiroz Garcia of San Marcos, Nicaragua; a sister, Cecelia Riddett of New York City, NY; a brother, John Ward of Mahwah, New Jersey, and his beloved daughter, Savannah Grace Ward of Washington, North Carolina. He was predeceased by his sister, Josephine Schaefer of Melbourne, Florida. Services were private. Donations may be made in his name to the charity of one's choice. "Look homeward Angel upon a leaf, A page within a book of life."
Published in The Washington Post on Dec. 26, 2017
1963 - Pattricia Ann "Pat" Weaver Mecaughey - (10/8/2009) - MECAUGHEY PATRICIA A.W. MECAUGHEY (Age 63) Patricia Ann Weaver Mecaughey, of Basye, Virginia, died October 8, 2009 at Winchester Medical Center, surrounded by her family. She was born December 25, 1945, in Alexandria, Virginia and the daughter of Frances R. Poole and the late Samuel T. Weaver. Pat attended Hammond High School in Alexandria and graduated from Wakefield High School in Arlington. She was employed by the U.S. Government and served with the Army Map Service, the Army Corp of Engineers and at the National War College. Mrs. Mecaughey is survived by her mother, Frances R. Weaver, of Greenwood, Mississippi; her husband, Capt. Robert W. Mecaughey, USN (Ret.) of the home; one son, Jeffrey M. Pickering and his wife, Jenn, of Culpeper, Virginia, and two grandsons, Jase and Kove. She is also survived by three stepchildren, eight step-grandchildren and two- step-great-grandchildren. She moved to Basye in 1990, where she sold real estate and was involved with many civic organizations including the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, Mt. Jackson Lady Lionesses, Womens'' Evangelical Lutheran Church Association (WELCA), Shenandoah Valley Music Festival Guild and the Red Hat Society. She traveled extensively throughout the world, and enjoyed many hobbies including golf, skiing, and shopping for treasures. The family will receive friends on Wednesday, October 14 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Dellinger Funeral Home in Mt. Jackson, VA. The funeral will be held Thursday, October 15 at 11 a.m. at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Basye, with the Reverend G. William Nabers officiating. Interment will be at Arlington National Cemetery in December. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be sent to the Orkney Springs Fire and Rescue Company, Basye.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be sent to the Orkney Springs Fire and Rescue Company, Basye.
1963 - Carolyn Welch Griffith - (4/23/1998)
1963 - Ernest Wideman
1963 - Charles Wish - 7/29/1998 - Charles R. "Charlie" Wish passed away July 29, 1998 at age 52 in Gray, ME. Charlie graduated from Yankton College, Yankton, SD in 1967 and served in the Army, completing two tours in Vietnam and being awarded a Bronze Star. After returning to the States, he began a career in the restaurant and restaurant purveyor industries. Charlie is survived by his son, daughter, three grandchildren, and his brothers, Fred (Wakefield, 1966) and Ken (Wakefield, 1970).
1963 - John Wright - (12/21/2013) - John Wright, 68, December 21, 2013, walked on to a better life. The son of Daniel David and Helen Downs (Dilly) Wright, John was born October 25, 1945 in Columbus, Ohio. He spent his youth in Arlington, Virginia, and after graduating from Wakefield High School, he honorably served his country in the United States Army. Upon returning from his service in Vietnam, he met Vicki in Washington, D.C. and both later made Oklahoma their new home together. He provided a warm and loving home for his family. John proudly owned and operated JVJ Distributing Company for more than 25 years before his "retirement." Never one to sit around and do nothing, he later worked as part of the Flow Team at Target; he loved the work and enjoyed his time there. He was a loving husband, devoted father, and loyal friend who will be deeply missed. Preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, he leaves behind his loving wife, Vicki Louise (Webster) Wright of the home; son, John Richard Wright Jr. and daughter-in-law Mary; brother, Robert Wright; sister, Barbara Delaney and brother-in-law Roger; as well as many other loving family members and friends.
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1964 - Robert Paul Banyay - (9/10/2014) - BANYAY, Robert Paul, 67, of Manakin-Sabot, Va., passed away peacefully on Wednesday, September 10, 2014. Born in Butler, Pa., to Paul and Maryland Banyay, Robert lived his life in Manakin-Sabot, Va., before retiring to Carolina Shores, N.C. Bob was a passionate man who loved his family, the Redskins, Cape Hatteras, deep sea fishing and rock and roll. Bob was extremely proud of his three daughters, Micki Long, Stacy Gomez and Shelly Banyay; as well as his six pack (as he called them) of grandkids, Dalton Long, Bodhie Long, Leah Ostendorf, Liza Ostendorf, Logan Fulton and Ryan Fulton. Bob had a full and amazing life and was full of endless stories. God speed, dad, go up there and rock hard with David and party like the rock star you are. You deserve it. Friends and family are welcome to come and celebrate his life on Wednesday, September 17, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the clubhouse at Marshall Springs- Gayton West (behind Dominion Chevrolet), 4501 Marshall Run Circle, Glen Allen, Va. His final wish is to have his family spread his ashes on the shores of Cape Hatteras.
1964 - Barbara Benner - (4/9/2001) - BARBARA JEAN BENNER, 55, of Aurora died April 9. Services were April 13. Ms. Benner was born in Washington, D.C., on April 3, 1946. She was a flight attendant for American Airlines and owned International Eyes Photography. Survivors include brothers Carl of Connecticut and Michael of Florida; sister Carole Fischer of Florida.
1964 - Anne Brisebois Elliott
1964 - Virginia "Ginny" Britton McGetrick - (11/8/2010) - Virginia Elizabeth McGetrick passed away on Monday, November 8, 2010, from cancer.
She was born on August 23, 1946, in Plainfield, New Jersey to the late Russell Norman Britton and late Jacquelyn Houston Britton.
She is survived by her husband of 43 years, Martin J. McGetrick; her daughter, Nancy E. Brizendine and her husband, Carroll, of Montpelier; her son, Bradley Houston McGetrick and his wife, Mary Katherine, of Richmond; and the lights of her life, three grandchildren, Patrick Leland Brizendine, Thomas Houston and Caroline Marie McGetrick.
She was pre-deceased by her littlest angel, Mary Evelyn McGetrick. She is also survived by two sisters, Geraldine S. Britton and Patricia M. Britton Loeser; and five terrific nephews.
Since moving to Madison County full time in 1974, she and her family have been blessed by so many wonderful friends and neighbors who have enriched their lives, and certainly have been so supportive of the family while going through Ginny's journey. Ginny could not have done without the amazing support of Marty, Nancy and Brad, who have been the focus of her life.
Ginny asked that in lieu of flowers, you give to the charity of your choice to help others in need in Madison County.
Visitation was held at Preddy's Funeral Home in Madison Thursday, November 11, 2010.
The funeral service was held Friday, November 12, 2010, at Madison Presbyterian Church with burial following at Criglersville Shiloh Cemetery.
Published in the Daily Progress from November 10 to November 11, 2010
1964 - Charles W Brown - (9/29/2001) - Charles W. Brown, 55, of Elizabethtown, died Saturday in Hospice Care Unit.
Mr. Brown owned and operated Bladen Computer Services.
The funeral will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday in World Faith Clinic Church in Hope Mills by the Rev. Charles Young Sr. Burial will be in Bladen Memorial Gardens in Bladenboro.
Mr. Brown is survived by his wife, Mary A. Brown of Elizabethtown; and a sister, Nancy H. Brown of Fairfax, Va.
The family will receive friends tonight from 7 to 9 at Kinlaw Funeral Home in Elizabethtown.
Memorials may be made to World Faith Clinic Church, Hope Mills, NC 28348; or to Community Home Care Hospice, Elizabethtown, NC 28337.
Fayetteville Observer, The (NC) - Monday, October 1, 2001
1964 - Giles Featherston "Geff" Bunn - (8/13/2011) - Giles Featherston Bunn III 'Geff' Geff Bunn, of Charlotte, was called to Heaven on August 13, 2011, after a valiant fight with kidney cancer. Born November 24, 1946, in Newport, Rhode Island, Geff was the firstborn child of Giles and Barbara Bunn. As a Navy Junior, Geff moved often in his youth. After his father's death in 1963, the family settled in Arlington , Virginia. He graduated from Wakefield High School in 1964, Lafayette College in 1968, and upon graduation accepted a commission as a lieutenant in the U.S. Army. His military service career in Armor included tours in Germany and Vietnam as well as stateside. While serving in Fort Knox, Kentucky, Geff was in charge of the creation of the Patton Museum. Of all his military duties, he cherished most the training and teaching of young soldiers. After retiring from the military as a Major, Geff spent several years in creative enterprises, eventually settling in Mint Hill. Geff is survived by his wife and soul- mate, Tricia Spencer Bunn, with whom he spent the happiest last eleven years of his life. Sharing a passion for travel, they discovered the world by land, sea, and air. He is also survived by his precious daughter, Stephanie Candace Bunn Grady, her husband, Shawn, and their four children, Dylan, Cami, Aaron, and Brandon. Receiving of friends will begin at MorningStar Presbyterian Church in Matthews, NC, from 2:30 pm-3:30pm on Saturday, August 27, 2011, followed by his memorial service. Reverend Steve Mitchell will officiate. Inurnment will be in ArlingtonNational Cemetery, Arlington , VA. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Geff's memory may be given to MorningStar Presbyterian Church, 13000 Idlewild Road, Matthews, North Carolina 28105-0846, or to the Samaritan's Purse, P.O. Box 3000, Boone, North Carolina 28607. Condolences to the family may be offered at www.mcewenminthillchapel.com.
1964 - Patty Dirzulaitis - (1/31/2011) - Patricia Ann Dirzulaitis, "Patty," of Fletcher, died unexpectedly Monday, Jan. 31, 2011, at her home.
She was a daughter of Eloise Peterson. She was devoted to her life's work as a speech therapist as she served her patients with great care and devotion.
In addition to her mother, she is survived by a daughter, Kristen Baldwin and her husband, David; two sons, Kyle Pratt and Tripp Fudge; a sister, Kim Wiley; two brothers, Mike Dirzulaitis and his wife Janice and Billy Peterson and his wife Mary K.; a long-time friend, Glenda Smith; four beloved grandchildren, Adam Baldwin, Bailey Baldwin, Tryssa Fudge; Anna Fudge; several nephews and one great-niece.
Services will be announced at a later date. A guest book and sympathy card is available at www.forestlawnhendersonville.com.
Forest Lawn Funeral Home is assisting the family with the arrangements.
1964 - Dixie Lee Durloo
1964- Donald Eister - (3/16/2011) - Donald L. Eister, also known as "Cluck" and "Pooter Mouse", 64, a 27-year resident of Edgewater and previously of Silver Spring, died March 16 at his home of natural causes.
He was born Nov. 15, 1946, in Silver Spring, and graduated from Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va. Donald served in the United States Army from 1965 to 1968. He was a member of the National Rifle Association, the Sheet Metal Workers Union-Local 100, Metal Detectors Club and H.O.G. of Annapolis. Donald enjoyed motorcycles, guns and was an amateur gunsmith.
He is survived by his son, Stephen L. Eister of Edgewater.
Friends are invited to Donald's Life Celebration from 6 to 8 p.m. on Monday, March 21 at the George P. Kalas Funeral Home, 2973 Solomons Island Road, Edgewater. A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, March 22 at Lakemont Memorial Gardens, 900 W. Central Avenue, Davidsonville. Contributions may be made in Donald's memory to the N.R.A., P.O. Box 420648, Palm Coast, FL 32142 or online at NRA.org. An online guestbook is available for your convenience at www.kalasfuneralhomes.com.
1964 - Barbara Greenspan Ford - (7/5/2001) - Barbara Jane Ford passed away peacefully July 5,2001 in Los Angeles, CA. She was born February 23, 1947 in Washington D.C. She was a member and leader in the Soka Gakkai International-USA, a Buddhist organization. She is survived by her husband, John Ford; her daughters Patricia Ford and Lisa DeFelice; son-in-law Chris DeFelice; her father Lewis Greenspan; her sisters Linda Kirtz and Janet Alvis. The memorial service will be held Sunday, July 8, 2001 at the SGI-USA LA Friendship Center, located at 5899 Venice Blvd., LA Flowers and/or contributions to SGI-USA may be made.
Published in the Los Angeles Times from July 7 to July 8, 2001
1964 - Linda Hohmann Smith - (2/28/2015) - Linda Jean Smith 68, peacefully entered into eternal life February 28, 2015 at Waccamaw Hospital. Funeral services & burial were held on March 5th in her hometown Washington DC. Devoted wife & sweetheart to Shelby Smith of Surfside Beach SC, sharing their love 44 years. Loving mother of daughter Jaclyn Smith of Mt. Pleasant SC and son Lance Smith of Atlanta GA; brother George Hohmann of Fairfax VA, step-father Bill Brown of Arlington VA and grandsons Garrett 27 and Grayson 16, daughter-in-law Laura Smith and sister-in-law Hope Hohmann are all loving survivors. Linda is remembered for her style, grace and very sweet touch that had such a lasting influence on a grateful family and friends. Linda was a real family homemaker and also pursued a 35-year legal secretarial career in Washington DC, Richmond VA , Atlanta GA and Myrtle Beach SC. She was a member of Mended Hearts support group, Red Hats Society, past Grand Strand Med Ctr Volunteer and Cub Scout Den Mother & Girl Scout Mom. She was also devoted to her loving cats with 45 years of affection. Many interests included her music, dancing, bowling, cooking, reading, and shopping.
Family and friends are invited to a Celebration of Linda's Life at the Springmaid Beach Hotel Carolina Ballroom (2nd floor oceanfront), on Saturday March 28th 5:30 - 6:30 pm. It's a Party . . . Friendship, memories and love will be shared at this tribute to her life and eternal spirit.
1964 - Richard B "Rick" Howard
1964 - Steve Hynson - (1/14/2015) - Stevan Patrick Hynson, 70, of Manassas, Virginia, died on January 14, 2015 after a valiant battle with cancer. Born in Alexandria, VA on July 29, 1944, he was the younger son of John T. Hynson and Mary F. Hynson. He is preceded in death by his parents; his sisters, Frances Joann Benson and Mary Elizabeth "Betsy" Lynch, and his brother, Jon Michael "Mike" Hynson. Survivors include his daughter, Heather Nelson (Eric) of Springfield, Va; grandsons, Tyler Nelson (Angel) of Jacksonville, Fl, Brett Nelson, Jacob Nelson, and Caden Nelson, all of Springfield, Va; great-granddaughter Rose Nelson; sister, Mina Croson (Dave), of Manassas, Va; numerous nephews and nieces; and a host of friends.
Steve served his country in the Marine Corps from 1964 to 1968. In 1972, Steve began his career as a firefighter with Arlington County and served until his retirement as a Captain in 1998. There will be a memorial gathering at Murphy Funeral Home at 4510 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, Va 22203 on January 27, 2015 from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m., followed by a funeral at Quantico National Cemetery on January 28, 2015 at 11 a.m.The funeral procession to Quantico National Cemetery, will leave Murphy Funeral Home at 10 a.m.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to Local 2800 Benevolent Fund, PO Box 101150, Arlington, VA 22210 or The Wounded Warriors Project, PO Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675.
Published in The Washington Post on Jan. 25, 2015
1964 - Sandy Menefee - Died in October 2000
1964 - John O'Brien - (6/30/2017) - John M. O'Brien passed away suddenly at home in Alexandria, VA on June 30, 2017. He was born in Washington, DC to the late Joseph T. and Bernice H. O'Brien and raised in Arlington, VA. He graduated from Wakefield High School in 1964, attended the University of South Carolina, was an Army Reservist during the Vietnam conflict, and retired from the Department of Commerce after 34 years. John was a fun loving guy, had a droll sense of humor, and loved the ladies. But he was also intelligent and well informed and liked to debate many issues. He maintained many warm friendships through the years, most notably a group dubbed "the six pack" which included John Rohrback, Tom O'Donnell, Tom Thomas, Lyle Lovall, Frank Thompson, Paul Rollins, and Eric Fowler. He was an avid sports fan and, until his health declined, loved to play sports as well - especially golf. John is survived by his sister, Mary Stevens of Virginia Beach, VA; brother, Joseph O'Brien of Virginia Beach, VA; sister, Teresa Haynes of Richmond, VA; brother, Patrick O'Brien of Richmond, VA; numerous nieces and nephews. He also leaves two beloved dogs, Erin and Beju. A private memorial service will be held for John at a later date. His family would like to say a special thanks to several of his neighbors whose friendship he cherished and who watched out for him. "Death ends a life, not a relationship" Mitch Albom, Tuesdays with Morrie
Published in The Washington Post on July 8, 2017
1964 - Fereniki Papanicolas Ward
1964 - Diana Phipps - (12/21/1988) - Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Falls Church, VA
1964 - Bill Ricks - March 2018
1964 - Donna Richards Roberts - (3/25/2008) - DONNA GLYNN ROBERTS, 61, went to be with our Lord on March 25, 2008. She was born Donna Glynn Richards in Duquesne, PA and moved to Alexandria, VA when she was 4 years old. She always considered herself a Southern Belle. Donna was employed with the Department of Justice in Washington D.C. In 1969, Donna married Del Roberts and they spent their early married years in Alexandria. In 1977 they moved to Houston, TX where she continued her employment with the Department of Justice. Donna is survived by her husband Del Roberts, her son, Jonathan, daughter-in-law Tiffany, granddaughter, Camryn, and father Glenn Richards. She was preceded in death by her mother Anna Mae Hupp Richards. Visitation will be held at 10:00am Friday, March 28, 2008, at Bear Creek Baptist Church followed by the funeral service at 11:30am. Burial will be in the Veterans Cemetery at 1:45pm. For more information and to sign the online guestbook, please visit www.beresfordfunerals.com.
1964 - Bob Riordan - (11/16/2009) - Riordan, Jr., Robert P. Robert P. Riordan, Jr., 63, born July 4, 1946, in Grand Island, Nebraska to the late Robert P. Riordan, Sr. and Miriam V. Riordan, passed away on November 16, 2009, in Dallas. He graduated from Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia, played football at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with his Bachelor in Business. Bob was a longtime sales associate for Restoration Hardware in Dallas. He enjoyed sailing and being with his family, and was an avid sports fan. He is survived by his three children, Jennifer, Kyle, and Taylor and her husband Matthew Ramsey; mother, Miriam V. Riordan; brothers, John and his wife Cynthia, and Philip Riordan; nieces and nephews, Vanessa and Donaldo Trejo, Benjamin and Andrea Riordan, Jeremy, Brian and Molly Riordan, Shaun and Lauren Riordan, and Keith; several great nieces and nephews; and his beloved dog, Kane. Bob was excited and waiting for the arrival of his first grandchild. A Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 am, Friday, November 20, 2009, in the Chapel at St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, 8011 Douglas, Dallas, TX. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the National Kidney Foundation or to St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church.
1964 - Nancy Rogers Dean - (10/20/1994)
1964 - Ralph Rowsey - (1965) - Ralph was killed in an automobile accident returning to Oklahoma University, where he had earned a full Naval scholarship. He was killed returning to school after Christmas break early January 1965. He is buried in the Arlington National Cemetery.
1964 - Lowell Schiff - (1/11/2006)
1964 - Steven Swanick
1964 - Kenneth L Thomas - (5/20/1995)
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1965 - Ralph Anthony "Tony" Acampora - (11/11/2011) - On Friday, November 11, 2011 of Chantilly, VA. Beloved husband of 15 years of Cheryl Acampora; loving father of Teresa Acampora; step-father of Michael, Kevin and Jennifer Steburg; grandfather of Piper Steburg; brother of William Acampora; uncle of William Acampora and Tina Gentry. Memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, November 17 at the American Legion Post 139, Arlington, VA. Memorial contributions may be made in his name to LUNGevity 435 N. Lasalle St. Suite 310 Chicago, IL 60654.
Published in The Washington Post on Nov. 15, 2011
1965 - Lawrence John Baltes - (2/25/2004) - Note: VIETNAM
Buried in Riverside National Cemetery, Riverside, California
1965 - Stephen McCurry Barker - (8/25/1997)
1965 - Linda May Bradley
1965 - Richard Earl Brewer - (6/17/2009) - RICHARD EARL BREWER On June 17, 2009, at home in Arlington, VA, at the age of 61. Survived by his loving wife of 35 years, Judith Hartman Brewer; parents, Commander William Earl and Mary Arlene Brewer of Arlington, VA; one daughter, Lesley Kayser-Sprouse of Modesto, CA; two sisters, Christine Fischer of La Mesa, CA and Susan Mason of Mechanicsville, MD; three granddaughters, Jordyn, Logan and Jessi Kayser-Sprouse; and one niece, Justina Brewer Manspeaker, her son Kai and daughter Zaiah, of Louisville, KY. Preceded in death by his infant son, William Richard Brewer; and one brother, Steven Brewer. A private service will be held at a later date at Arlington National Cemetery.
Published in The Washington Post on June 22, 2009
1965 - Steve Bricker - (10/11/2016) - Stephen Bricker, advocate for rights of others, dies at 69
A passion for justice and the rights of other people moved Stephen Winston Bricker until the day he died, on Oct. 11.
"He talked about it. He said it came from his father," who also was a lawyer, according to his wife, Janet Scagnelli.
While he was in law school at the University of Virginia during the 1970s, he worked with the American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia to begin a Post-Conviction Civil Liberties Assistance Program to represent indigent prison inmates that was copied by students at other law schools.
The program helped prisoners who felt they were wrongfully convicted and had no money to pursue their defense.
A former colleague wrote that Mr. Bricker helped inmates and forced judges and juries to recognize that inmates had a right to be treated fairly and receive medical care as needed.
In 1978, Mr. Bricker defended and won judgment for a prisoner who lost the use of his legs because he developed maggot-infested bed sores. "He was so successful that the prisoner's son became a lawyer because of Steve," his wife said.
Two years later, he was a lawyer on a case where the ACLU sued the state in behalf of a mentally ill man who castrated himself while being held in solitary confinement.
"He was meticulous in hunting down every little piece of information. He would care so much about his families," his wife said.
In 1974, the ACLU hired him to head its new Children's Rights Project of Virginia, the first initiative of its kind in the nation. At the time, about 12,000 children languished in foster care in the state. Two-thirds of them could not be adopted and had no hope of being reunited with their parents. The project enabled more than 8,000 of them to leave legal limbo in order to be placed for adoption.
Mr. Bricker co-led an ACLU voting rights project responsible for 18 cases filed in Virginia after the extension of the Voting Rights Act in 1982.
During the 25th anniversary of Virginia Lawyers Weekly, editor Alan Cooper compiled the top 25 jury awards handed down in the state from 1986 to 2011. Mr. Bricker, his partner, Christopher Anderson, and Texas lawyer Ray Chester won the top case. It involved a Vietnam veteran who claimed he suffered from brain damage after a Botox injection. A federal jury awarded the man $212 million. After $200 million for punitive damages was reduced to the statutory cap of $350,000, the judge entered a judgment for $12.35 million.
A Richmond native, Mr. Bricker grew up in Arlington and was there during the aftermath of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. "History was happening there. It definitely impressed him during his growing-up years," his wife said.
During his senior year of high school, his family moved to Tokyo, where he graduated in 1965 from the American School of Japan and learned how to take trains everywhere with his friends.
Mr. Bricker applied to U.S. colleges sight unseen. He graduated as an English major from Ohio Wesleyan University in 1969.
"He had incredible English teachers that opened up literature for him. He just loved books and literature and studying it," his wife said.
He worked after graduation as a reporter for a newspaper in Annapolis, Md., and as a humane officer for the Washington, D.C., Humane Society, investigating reports of cruelty to animals and filing complaints before deciding to follow his father to law school, where he graduated in 1973.
Mr. Bricker, who was a partner in the law firm of BrickerAnderson PC, was a former president and governor of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association and had served on the boards of the Central Virginia Legal Aid Society and the Commonwealth Community Trust.
He was a former member and chairman of the Richmond Behavioral Health Authority and had served on the board of the Area Drug Abuse Prevention and Training Services, Richmond Hotline Inc. and the Neighborhood Legal Aid Society Inc.
From 1975 to 1976, he served on the Juvenile Justice Code Revision Committee of the Virginia Advisory Legislative Council, which completely revised the state's juvenile code.
"He drafted the part of the code dealing with child neglect, foster care review and termination of parental rights," his wife said. The General Assembly enacted the changes into law in 1977.
When he wasn't lawyering, he loved to grow vegetables behind his home in Ginter Park and sit under the trees with his neighbors to talk about gardens and the world, his wife said. He also enjoyed camping with a group of neighbors.
Mr. Bricker had symptoms of multiple system atrophy for several years before he was diagnosed last June. MSA is a progressive neurodegenerative condition that affects the autonomous nervous system that controls involuntary actions such as blood pressure and digestion, as well as movement.
He was a member of the Richmond Friends Meeting, where he found peace.
In addition to his wife, survivors include a son, Louis Bricker, and a daughter, Melina Bricker, both of Richmond; and a brother, Alvin Boston "Terry" Bricker III of Austin, Texas.
A gathering of friends and family will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. today, Thursday, at Bliley Funeral Home's Central Chapel, 3801 Augusta Ave. in Richmond.
1965 - Jeffrey A Brown
1965 - Tom Burns - (5/23/2008)
1965 - Marianne Bye
1965 - Donald F Byrd - (4/16/2008) - BYRD, Donald F. On April 16, 2008, DONALD F. BYRD, son of the late William O. Byrd, beloved husband of Phyllis L. Byrd. Proud and loving father of Matthew and William Byrd. Grandfather to Katie and Billy. Survivors include Michelle Byrd, and dear friends Brenda Gunter, Maria Brothers, Debbie Benner, Josie and Mark Clabaugh, Charlie and Ronnie Bowers, and Tod Buttery.
Arrangements private. In lieu of flowers, the family requests a donation to the Animal Advocates of Howard County at www.animal-advocates. org.
Published in Baltimore Sun on Apr. 20, 2008
1965 - Charlie Joseph Byrne III - (5/24/2001)
1965 - Andrew Thomas Castelda - (3/12/1967) - The 35th Infantry Regiment Association salutes our fallen brother, SP4 Andrew Thomas Castelda, who died in the service of his country on March 12th, 1967 in Kontum Province, Vietnam. The cause of death was listed as Multi-Frag. At the time of his death Andrew was 19 years of age. He was from Arlington, Virginia. Andrew is honored on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial at Panel 16E, Line 71.
The decorations earned by SP4 Andrew Thomas Castelda include: the Combat Infantryman Badge, the Bronze Star with V, the Purple Heart, the National Defense Service Medal, the Vietnam Service Medal, the Vietnam Campaign Medal and the Vietnam Cross of Gallantry with Palm Unit Citation.
(Excerpt from his obituary, Tuesday March 21, 1967)
Army Sp4 Andrew T Castelda, 19, of Arlington, Virginia, was buried yesterday in Arlington National Cemetery. He was killed March 12 by enemy fire in Vietnam. A rifleman and small arms specialist, he was a member of Company A, 2/35th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division. He had been in Vietnam for one month.
He entered the Army in February 1966 and rose to the rank of Specialist Fourth Class in less than nine months service. He served as acting sergeant last August during a demonstration of counterattack techniques at Fort Hood, Texas, and was commended by the Secretary of The Army for his performance.
Sp4 Castelda expertly led his squad in an assault on a position, consolidated the position, and withstood a counter attack by other soldiers in aggressor uniform.
Born in San Antonio, Texas, Sp4 Castelda attended St. Thomas Moore School, Kenmore Junior High School and graduated from Wakefield High School in 1965 where he was a member of the track team.
Award Of The Bronze Star For Heroism:
For heroism in connection with military operations against a hostile force: Specialist Four Castelda distinguished himself by heroic action on 12 Match 1967, while serving as a rifleman in the 2nd Platoon of A, 2/35th Infantry, which was one a search and destroy mission in Kontum Province near the Cambodian border. The unit was subjected to a massive barrage of small arms, automatic weapons, and mortar rounds by a multi-battalion size enemy force. The 3rd Platoon had several members seriously wounded and in order to evacuate them, needed the help of the 2nd Platoon. Specialist Four Castelda unhesitatingly volunteered to accompany a squad to the 3rd Platoon's position. In order to reach them, he knew he would have to risk his life crossing 300 meters of open, enemy-held territory. As he neared his objective, moving quickly, he suddenly found himself pinned down by an intense volume of automatic weapons and mortar fire. Specialist Four Castelda realized that some of his comrades were in a position exposed to an enemy bunker, and unless they were able to move, it was just a matter of time before they would be shot. In an effort to give them that chance to move, Specialist Four Castelda, in the face of a hail of enemy bullets, rose up, completely exposing himself to the enemy, and began running to another position. His movement immediately drew the enemy's attention and Specialist Four Castelda was hit with shrapnel and mortally wounded. He held the enemy's attention long enough for the other members of the squad to move out and safely reach their objective. Specialist Four Castelda's exceptional display of bravery, devotion to duty and determination is in keeping with the highest traditions of the military service and reflects great credit upon himself, his unit, and the United States Army.
1965 - Ralph W Cavin Jr - (5/22/2007) - Ralph William "Bill" Cavin Jr., 59, of Richmond, passed away Tuesday, May 22, 2007. He is survived by his wife of 35 years, Darleen Cavin. The family will receive friends at 3:30 p.m, Friday, May 25, 2007 at Bon Air Presbyterian Church, 9201 West Huguenot Rd. A memorial service will follow. Please omit flowers. Memorial contributions should be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Central Virginia Chapter, 1503 Santa Rosa Dr., Richmond, Va. 23227. Huguenot Chapel, Woody Funeral Home, is assisting the family. Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - Thursday, May 24, 2007
1965 - Howard Timothy Covault
1965 - Harvey Crittendon - (2/1/1975)
1965 - Jefferson P Cropper - (7/27/2006) - Buried Green Hill Cemetery, Berryville, VA - Plot V-B20
1965 - Anne Michele “Mickey” Cross Faville – 3/8/2000 - FAVILLE, Anne Michele, 52, passed away Wednesday, March 8, 2000. She was born December 23, 1947 at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington D.C., a beloved daughter of William Maynard Cross, Jr. and Dorothy Elaine Cross. She is deeply loved and will be deeply missed by her husband, M. Ward Faville, Jr. of Blacksburg; her three children, Mark Ward Faville, III of Roanoke, Courtney Wynne Packard and husband, Donald B. Packard of Roanoke, Holly Crain Faville of Blacksburg; grandson, Jackson Bruce Packard; stepmother, Thelma B. Cross; brothers, William "Kit" Cross, III of Fairfax, Jon S. Cross of Bealton; sisters, Sandra Ruppert of Silver Spring, Md., Geri Hudson of Somerset. She is also remembered by her nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, cherished friends and hundreds of wonderful students. A memorial service will be 2 p.m. Sunday at Oakey's Roanoke Chapel. The family will receive friends Saturday, March 11, 2000 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. For those wishing to contact the family are asked to do so at the home of Holly Faville. In remembrance today, and always, the soul and vibrant spirit of a beautiful, gentle person.
1965 - Ann Joseph "Jo" Cruikshank
1965 - Matthew C Davis - (5/23/2011) - PVT US Army, Vietnam. Buried Quantico National Cemetery - Plot 27 Site 85
1965 - Teresa L Denson
1965 - Robert Deuterman - (10/15/2012) - Robert “Bobby” Martin Dueterman, long time resident of Luray, Virginia passed away Monday, October 15, 2012 at Carriage Hill Health and Rehab Center in Fredericksburg.
He was born November 6, 1946 in Washington, D.C. to the late Milton L. and Virginia M. Deuterman. Bobby served in the United States Navy aboard the aircraft carrier USS Forrestal.
He was the brother to Rosalyn (Bob” Dowling, Tom (Pam) Deuterman of Locust Grove, Virginia and Mickie Councill or Luray. He is also survived by a very dear aunt, Lois Carroll of Fresno, California; 14 nieces and six nephews.
A private memorial service will be held Saturday, October 20, 2012 in Luray. Interment will be at a later date in Arlington National Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, Bobby’s family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of donations to the American Cancer Society, c/o Trudy Clifton, 113 Tall Pines Avenue, Locust Grove, VA 22508.
Online condolences may be expressed to Bobby’s family at foundandsons.com.
1965 - John Michael DeZonia - - AP , Associated Press Feb. 12, 1988 9:33 PM ET
HOLLOMAN AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. (AP) _ An Air Force T-38 jet airplane crashed on White Sands Missile Range on Friday, killing one of two crew members, authorities said.
Lt. Col. John M. DeZonia, the pilot of the twin-engine craft, was killed in the crash, said Ed Ferguson, a public affairs specialist at Holloman Air Force Base.
The other crew member was injured and was transported via helicopter to the 833rd Air Division Hospital at Holloman, said Bob Pepper, chief of media relations at Holloman. He was reported in good condition.
Pepper said the T-38 was on a routine test mission at the time of the accident. He said a board of officers would investigate the cause of the crash.
The airplane was assigned to the Air Force Systems Command's 6585th Test Group, Pepper said.
1965 - Daniel Edward Dobbs
1965 - Joseph Raymond Donahue III - (4/16/2002) - Buried Arlington National Cemetery - Plot Section 6 HH Row 20 Site 1
1965 - Robert Anthony Duehring - (10/31/2012) - Burial Quantico National Cemetery, Quantico, VA - Plot Section 22 Site 370
1965 - Daniel O Duncanson - (9/5/1998) - CONWAY - Daniel Owen Duncanson, 51, of Summer Drive, died Saturday, Sept. 5, 1998, at Conway Hospital after an illness. He was born in New York, a son of the late Donald and Mary Owens Duncanson. He was a self-employed contractor. Survivors include a son, Owen Duncanson of Manassas, Va.; a daughter, Jessie Duncanson of Manassas; and a brother, Dennis Duncanson of Springfield, Va. A memorial service will be at 7 p.rn. Friday at the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints of Conway. Goldfinch Funeral Home, Conway chapel, is in charge.
Sun News, The (Myrtle Beach, SC) - Thursday, September 10,1998
1965 - Carolyn A Eason - (7/5/1966) - Buried Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA - Plot Sec 53 Site 3532
1965 - Jeff Lance Ethell - (6/6/1997) - PORTLAND - Jeffrey Ethell, the author of many World War II aviation books and a television consultant, was killed in a plane crash at a gathering of veteran pilots on the Oregon Coast.
Mr. Ethell, 49, was killed about 6 p.m. Friday as he was approaching Tillamook Airport in a vintage P-38 Lightning that had been restored by owner Bruce Pruitt, a California aviation enthusiast. "We don't know what happened," said Ken Manske, a Gresham advertising agency owner and pilot who acts as spokesman for the Tillamook Naval Air Station Museum. "Basically, as I understand it, he (Mr. Ethell) was taking it for a spin, and he'd flown it around before," Manske said. "Bruce said, `Go ahead and take it up.' Evidently, it went down just south of the airport." The Tillamook County sheriff's department was investigating the crash, but deputies have declined to release details.
Manske said Mr. Ethell was attending an informal meeting of World War II P-38 pilots sponsored by the museum. The distinctive twin-engine fighter was known for its speed and long-range ability to escort bombers. Two U.S. P-38 pilots, Rex Barber and Tom Lanphier, are credited with shooting down the bomber that carried Japanese Adm. Isoroku Yamamoto, the man who planned the attack on Pearl Harbor. Barber was to have attended the meeting, Manske said.
Last October, a crash killed the director of the museum, John Matlock, and aviation writer Brian Whetstine of Springfield. The plane was a Czech-built L-29 Delphin jet trainer, one of about 30 airplanes kept at the museum, which is based at a giant hangar that once housed U.S. Navy blimps. The fatal Oct. 11 crash occurred shortly after takeoff when the plane stalled and flipped.
Mr. Ethell had logged more than 5,000 hours of flight time in more than 215 types of military aircraft, including the Russian MiG, and was considered an expert in aviation weaponry. According to his home page on the Internet, Mr. Ethell was the author of "Smithsonian Frontiers of Flight," a companion volume to the Discovery Channel's 13-part aviation history series of the same name. He also served as a technical adviser and writer for the Arts & Entertainment Network's "First Flights," hosted by Neil Armstrong.
Mr. Ethell had written or co-authored a number of books on photographic collections of World War II airplanes, including "Target Berlin," "One Day in a Long War" and "Bomber Command." His biography lists a total of 59 books and more than 1,000 magazine articles.
Mr. Ethell, the son of Air Force fighter pilot Ervin C. Ethell, was born at March Air Force Base in California on Sept. 19, 1947. He had planned to follow his father's career and attend the Air Force Academy but was disqualified when his vision did not meet Air Force standards. But in 1995, he was made an honorary member of the American Fighter Aces Association, whose pilots have scored five or more victories in combat.
Mr. Ethell is survived by his wife, Bettie, of Front Royal, Va., and three children.
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1965 - Shirley Elaine Faggin - (8/15/1998)
1965 - Jacqueline M Falwell Cloniger - (5/14/2006)
1965 - William Faught
1965 - John Fulcher
1965 - Henry Glenn Jr - (12/13/1994) - SP4, US Army. Buried Quantico National Cemetery, Quantico, VA - Plot 7, 0, 240
1965 - Catherine A Gregg
1965 - Geoffrey Griffith - (1/11/2004) - Geoffrey Lamont Griffith, 56, of Punta Gorda, Fla., and formerly of Arlington, Va., died Sunday, Jan. 11, 2004, at Charlotte Regional Medical Center in Punta Gorda.
Geoffrey was born June 18, 1947, in Washington, D.C., and attended Virginia Tech, where he received an associate degree in chemical engineering. He had been a seasonal resident in Punta Gorda since 1988 from Arlington, and became a full-time resident of Punta Gorda in 2002.
He is survived by his mother, Carolyn R. Griffith of Arlington; two aunts, Dorothy F. Tucker of Cedar Falls, Iowa, and Mary E. Ziemer of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; one uncle, Harry G. Rollins of E. Alton, Ill.; and several cousins. He was preceded in death by his father, retired Col. Clyde L. Griffith, U.S. Army.
A committal ceremony followed by inurnment will be held at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington at a later date in May of 2004.
Memorial contributions are suggested to Hospice of Southwest Florida, 5955 Rand Blvd., Sarasota, FL 34238.
Arrangements are by Roberson Funeral Home and Crematory, Punta Gorda Chapel.
1965 - Edward Dalton Haffey - (9/6/2006)
1965 - G Barry Harwood - (10/7/1994) - SP4, US Army. Buried Winchester National Cemetery, Winchester, VA - Plot 41, 0, 1824A
1965 - Charles Joseph Helms Jr - (6/8/1999) - Charles Joseph Helms Jr., 51, of 5440 Medley Road, Owensboro, died Tuesday, June 8, 1999, near Dorton. He was born in Arlington, Va., was employed as an office administrator and pilot for Kindill Mining Inc., and was a member of Third Baptist Church in Owensboro where he was church moderator and a past chairman of the Finance Committee. He received his bachelor's degree from Virginia-Polytechnica IInstitute in Blacksburg, Va., was a n Army veteran of the Vietnam War where he was a helicopter pilot and earned the rank of first lieutenant, and he was a member of the Owensboro Amateur Radio Club. He was active with Boy Scouts of America, had been Cubmaster for Pack No. 76 of the Boy Scouts of America for the past two years and was a Kentucky Colonel.
Survivors include his wife, Vicki Bennett Helms; two sons, Charles Joseph Helms III and Bennett Edward Helms, both at home; a daughter, Christina Helms of Owensboro; and a Sister, louise Mcleod of Daytona Beach, Fla.
Services are at 2 p.m, Friday at Third Baptist Church in Owensboro. Burial will be in Pleasant Grove Cemetery in Sorgho. Visitation is from 2 to 8 p.m. today and from noon to 1:30 p.m. Friday at James H. Davis Funeral Home in Owensboro. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Third Baptist Church, General Fund, P.O. Box 808, Owensboro, KY 42302-0808; Boy Scouts of America, Audubon District, P.O. Box 487, Owensboro, KY 42302-0487; or Delancey Street Foundation, Attn: Robert Leboe, 600 Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94107. Memorial contribution envelopes are available at the funeral home.
Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer (KY) - Thursday, June 10,1999
1965 - Kenneth "Ken" James Herndon - (12/7/2008) - Herndon, Kenneth James, 61, of Palm Harbor, died December 7, 2008. Ken was the owner of Ken Herndon and Associates Inc. Insurance Agency. He was born on July 4, 1947 and moved to Florida 35 years ago from Springfield, VA. Ken graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University and he was an avid golfer. Ken was dearly loved by his wife, DeeDee, and was a wonderful and loving father to his son, Greg, and daughter, Kim. He is also survived by his parents Miller and Alice Herndon, his sisters Susan Brock and Vivian Bish, one niece and two nephews. He will be deeply missed. Visitation will be held Thursday, December 11 from 6 to 8 pm at the Curlew Hills Funeral Home, services will be held on Friday December 12 at 11:00 am at St. Alfred's Episcopal Church, Palm Harbor, with interment to follow at Curlew Hills Memory Gardens. Curlew Hills Funeral Home
1965 - Richard Allen Hester - (3/17/2010)
1965 - John Robert Holian - (1/4/1999)
1965 - John William Hollett - (4/15/2006) - John William Hollett Jr. of Charlotte Hall, Maryland died suddenly at the Civista Medical Center in La Plata, MD on Saturday, April 15, 2006. He was 58 years old.
He was born on April 25, 1947, in Alexandria, Virginia to Barbara E. (Crabtree) Hollett of Alexandria, VA and John William Hollett of Nokomis, FL. He was a member of Virginia Tech Class of 1969 and graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering. He then held numerous positions with Bechtel Corporation during his 35 years of service with them. His work involvement required him and his family to move throughout the country. Mr. Hollett was a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers. In his spare time, Mr. Hollett enjoyed woodworking, fishing, being outdoors, especially doing yard work.
He was preceded in death by his brother Robert S. Hollett.
In addition to his parents, Mr. Hollett is survived by his wife of 37 years, Janet W. Hollett; daughter Michelle H. Bayless and her husband Jim of Ruther Glen, VA; son Michael W. Hollett of Blacksburg, VA; many other relatives and friends.
1965 - Silvino Ignacio Jr - (11/1/2001) - Silvino Sonny Ignacio Jr.. of Lihu'e, Kaua'i, died at home on Nov. 1, 2001 at the age of 55. Born in Manila, Philippines on Dec. 5, 1945, he was a Security Officer with various resorts. He is survived by his wife, Edie Ignacio of Lihue, Kaua'i; daughter, Alana Eve Ignacio of Lihu'e, Kaua'i; parents Silvino Sr., and Caridad Ignacio; brothers, Bernie (Marilyn) Ignacio of Santa Monica, Calif., Larry Ignacio of San Jose, Calif., and Michael (Mae) Ignacio of Salinas, Calif.; sister, Herminia (Raul) DeLeon of Marina, Calif., numerous uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews and cousins.
Friends may visit with the family at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 7, at the Lihu'e Missionary Church across Historic County Bldg. in the old Sharon Sue; service officiated by Pastor Ryan will begin at 6 p.m. Casual attire is suggested and flowers omitted.
Arrangements are being handle by Garden Island Mortuary, Ltd.
1965 - William Raymond Jetland - (9/3/1990)
1965 - Marcella J Jordan - - Died in February 2007
1965 - Marvin Jordan - (1/20/2016) - Marvin Jordan was called home to be with the lord on Wednesday, January 20, 2016. Born November 7th, 1946, he was the son of the late James H. and Mable S. Jordan. He was preceded in death by his two brothers', George and Stevie Jordan. Marvin is survived by his loving wife, Joyce C. Jordan, three children, James (Helena), Dominique and Damion (Misty) Jordan, three siblings, Nan Netta (James) Jackson, Cornelius and Marion Jordan, five grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Marvin was born in Washington, DC and grew up in Arlington, Virginia; he was a dynamic basketball player in high school and college. He is a graduate of Beckley College and served in the National Guard. He started his career with IBM in the Washington DC area and in 1978 he was promoted and took a managerial position in Syracuse, NY. While in Syracuse, Marvin left IBM and took a sales position with Xerox. After a couple of years with Xerox, Marvin decided to leave corporate America and take his chance as an entrepreneur. He started a small home based janitorial business called CNY Enterprises. The business started with three employees, including his wife Joyce. After several years of hard work and dedication, CNY Enterprises grew from a three person, home based business to a multi-million dollar corporation that employed over 300 people and operated in several states. CNY Enterprises expanded into a janitorial, food service, ground maintenance corporation that also provided security services. Marvin was recognized as SBA's small business man of the year, MEDC business achievement, and the Urban League's Harriett Tubman award recipient. Marvin was a mentor to many and always tried to help other small business owners achieve the same or a better level of success as he did in business.
Marvin enjoyed golf, modular trains, Nascar, extensive travel, family, friends, and truly enjoyed meeting new people and playing "the world of tanks" video game!
1965 - John W "Jack" Kennedy - (7/6/1978) - John William Kennedy was born on May 1, 1947 and joined the Armed Forces while in Arlington, Virginia.
He served as an aviator in the United States Air force, and attained the rank of Captain. John William Kennedy was originally listed as Missing in Action.
From a contemporary press report: 29 July 1996:
Over two decades, Sally Kennedy perfected the art of not hoping too much. Of not despairing completely when years passed with no word of her son's fate. Then one chill January day in 1993, the Air Force told Kennedy, who lives in Prince William County, Maryland, that the remains of her son, an Air Force pilot shot down over South Vietnam in 1971, may have been found. Every few months, she'd receive an update. Nothing ever was conclusive. "I would read these reports and put them away," said Kennedy, 78, who wears her deceased husband's silver MIA bracelet engraved with their son's name. "You just put them in a file and put it out of your mind. That's the only way you can keep your sanity."
In January, the Air Force sent her the report that confirmed what she could only surmise for so many years. Her son, John William "Jack" Kennedy, was killed at age 24 when his O-2A plane crashed in the jungles of Quangtin Province, South Vietnam. "I will admit that I was upset," Kennedy said. "Now you know he's dead, and there's no chance he's alive. But when it finally came that they had identified Jack, I had the joy of knowing that it was the end of it. My son is going to be buried."
Jack Kennedy, a 1969 graduate of Virginia Military Institute, is the first Washington area Vietnam veteran whose remains have been returned in more than five years, according to the Washington-based National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia. A military burial will be held Friday at Arlington National Cemetery. His remains are among the first recovered from Southeast Asia to be identified by a new forensic technique that matches a person's DNA - or deoxyribonucleic acid, the genetic blueprint of life - with DNA from the person's mother. "This is the wonder of this world, that these kinds of things come forth," Sally Kennedy said. "You never look at your son's death and think that some good doesn't come from all things."
For years, though, it was difficult for Sally Kennedy and her husband, Daniel E. Kennedy, to know whether to continue the vigil. Sometimes they felt like giving up. But something would always come along to sustain them - a note from a friend, a meeting with a family of another missing service member. Since 1971, Sally Kennedy, as a member of the National League of Families, has pressed the U.S. government to account for service members missing, killed or captured in Southeast Asia. "We fought long and hard before we made any progress," said Kennedy, the chapter's Virginia coordinator until 1990. "But here we are, now almost 25 years to the day Jack was shot down, my son is coming home."
Kennedy refuses to criticize the United States for failing to find her son sooner. She points out that after the war, the Vietnamese government did not allow the United States to search for remains. It was not until the late 1980s that the U.S. and Vietnamese governments cooperated in trying to account for missing service members. Her only regret is that her husband died in 1986, a decade before he could know for sure of his son's fate. The latest years of uncertainty began in 1993, she said, when she learned that remains that might be her son's had been found by a Vietnamese villager. They were sent to the U.S. Army's Central Identification Laboratory in Honolulu for identification. While the lab examined the remains, a task force of U.S. and Vietnamese officials visited the crash site and nearby villages seeking more evidence. They found two engine blocks matching her son's plane, one near the crash site and one in a village a few minutes' walk away. The aircraft parts and remains - a few bones consistent with a man Jack Kennedy's size - suggested that her son had been found. But because no teeth had been found, it was difficult to make a positive identification.
In January 1995, the Hawaii lab sent the remains to the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology's DNA identification lab in Rockville. There, scientists extracted DNA from the bones. The DNA came not from the cell nucleus - the more familiar type - but from small oblong sacs, or mitochondria, drifting in the eytoplasm outside the cell nucleus. What makes that type of DNA special is that it is inherited only from the mother. So to determine whether the remains were Jack Kennedy's, the lab took a blood sample from Sally Kennedy, obtained a mitochondrial DNA sequence and compared the two. They matched. Since 1991, mitochondrial DNA testing has helped the armed forces identify skeletal remains of 37 service members killed during the Vietnam War, the Korean War and World War II. Kennedy hopes that other families will be able to learn the fate of their loved ones.
Since the Vietnam War ended in 1975, the remains of 435 people have been identified. Since 1992, the government has stepped up its efforts to account for 2,149 people, including 41 civilians, still missing. On Wednesday, Daniel E. Kennedy Jr., Sally's older son and an Air Force Vietnam veteran himself, will fly to Travis Air Force Base in California to accompany his brother's coffin back to Washington. Dozens of relatives, friends and VMI "Brother Rats" will attend the funeral.
"This has been a long, drawn-out affair," Sally Kennedy said. "I'm just happy that Jack is coming home." - from the virtualwall.org
CASUALTY - 08-16-1971
WAR - Vietnam Conflict
SERVICE - Air Force
RANK - Captain
REGIMENT - 7th Air Force, 504th TSG, 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron
LOCATION - South Vietnam, Quang Tin province
DETAILS - Died while missing in action .. air crash on land .. Body not recovered until 1992
BURIAL - Courts of the Missing at the Honolulu Memorial
MEMORIAL - VVM Wall, Panel 03w, Line 132
AWARDS - National Defense Service Medal, Purple Heart, Vietnam Campaign Medal, Vietnam Service Medal
ADDITIONAL DETAILS - Captain Kennedy was a member of the 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron, Chu Lai, South Vietnam. On August 16, 1971, he was the pilot of a Cessna Skymaster Observation Aircraft (O-2A) on a visual reconnaissance over Quang Tin Province, South Vietnam near the Laotian border when radio contact was lost. His remains were recovered on December 15, 1992 and identified on June 7, 1996.
1965 - Mary Kerr - (11/22/2010)
1965 - Michael H Kidd - (4/11/2010)
1965 - Ronnie E Kidd - (4/12/2011) - On April 12, 2011 of Annandale, VA. He is survived by three daughters, Charlotte Botti (Bruce), Amy Walker (Matthew) and Courtney Kidd; five grandchildren, Hunter, Madison, Josie, Reagan and Lynsie; two brothers, Robert, Sr. and Richard Kidd. Family will receive friends on Tuesday, April 19 from 6 to 8 p.m. at EVERLY-WHEATLEY FUNERAL HOME, 1500 W. Braddock Rd., Alexandria, VA, where services will be held Wednesday, April 20 at 11 a.m. Interment Quantico National Cemetery. Donations in his memory may be made to the American Cancer Society.
1965 - Cecil King
1965 - Richard "Dick" Warden King - (1/30/2009) - At INOVA Fair Oaks Hospital. Husband of Diane Mae King. Also survived by sister, Carolyn King Morris, and nephew, Peter Mooreside and his wife, Lena. He was preceded in death by his parents, Richard L. & Mildred Warden King.
Interment followed funeral services conducted at the Manassas Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Manassas, VA, Monday, February 9, 2009; rev. Joey Pollom, Pastor, presided.
Burial:Clifton Cemetery, Fairfax County, VA
1965 - Irene Deborah Kogut Laster - (2/9/1992) - IRENE KOGUT LASTER, 43, a funeral director with Joseph Levine & Son, died Sunday of cancer at her Havertown home.
Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., she was a 1969 graduate of Madison College (now James Madison University) with a degree in social work and a 1984 graduate of the University of the District of Columbia with a degree in mortuary science.
She joined Levine's in 1986 as coordinator for marketing. She also was coordinator for family relations.
Survivors: her husband, Marcus H. Laster; sons, Benjamin L. and Joshua A.; daughter, Tara L.; parents, Leon and Lottie Kogut; a brother, and her mother- in-law, Beatrice Belsky.
Services: 10 a.m. today, Joseph Levine & Son, 7112 N. Broad St.; burial, Haym Salomon Memorial Park, Frazer.
Philadelphia Inquirer, The (PA) - Wednesday, February 12, 1992
1965 - Sidney Edwin Lee - (9/17/2012) - Of Alexandria, VA, passed away September 17, 2012. He was a building contractor and loving father to daughter, Heather A. (and James) Lee and the late Christopher Edwin Lee; brother to Donald and Roy Lee and the late Patricia Tippett; grandfather to Daniel and Katherine Lee. Relatives and friends may call at Jefferson Funeral Chapel, 5755 Castlewellan Dr., Alexandria, VA on Tuesday, October 2 from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. where a funeral service will be held on Wednesday, October 3 at 12 noon. Interment National Memorial Park. Please view and sign the family guestbook online at www.jeffersonfuneralchapel.com
Published in The Washington Post from Sept. 30 to Oct. 1, 2012
My Father Sidney Edwin Lee (Class of 1965) passed away due to heart related issues on September, 23 2012. I thought you would like to know so that you could update your records. Sincerely, Heather A. Lee
1965 - William "Eddie" Lee - (4/1/2011) - Buried Cheltenham Veterans Cemetery, Cheltenham, MD - Plot Section I2 Site 609. SP5 US Army, Vietnam
1965 - Richard Arthur "Rickey" Lewis - (10/7/2011) - On Friday, October 7, 2011 Richard A. Lewis of Arlington, VA. Brother of Dianna J. Pinto. Uncle of Dionne L. (Donald) Silvester. He is also survived by his great nephews Hunter and Hayden Silvester. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, October 15, 2011 at the Arlington Funeral Home, 3901 N. Fairfax Dr., Arlington, VA at Noon. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to John Lyon VFW Post 3150, 2116 North 19th Street, Arlington, VA 22201. www.arlingtonfunerals.com
Published in The Washington Post on Oct. 13, 2011
Buried Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA - Plot Columbarium 7-UU Col 12 Row 6
1965 - Geoffery Lee Lindamood - (11/15/1996)
1965 - Thomas Austin Linthicum - (7/26/2007) - THOMAS A. LINTHICUM, "Tommy" - On Thursday, July 26,2007 at his residence, THOMAS AUSTIN LINTHICUM of Arlington, VA. He is survived by his long time friend, Gail Wickers, stepmother, Jo Linthicum and his uncle, Tom (Katherine) Gosmer. Friends may call on Monday, July 30 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Advent Funeral & Cremation Services, 7211 Lee Hwy. Falls Church, VA, where services will be held on Tuesday July 31, 2007 at 11 a.m. Interment will follow at National Memorial Park. Online tributes may be shared at www.tommylinthicum.com. ln lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made in memory of Tommy to the Holy Cross Community Health Program. Published in The Washington Post on July 29, 2007
1965 - Dolly Masters Graham - ( 3/3/2008) - ODESSA Dolly M. Graham, 60, of Odessa passed away March 3, 2008, at Medical Center Hospital. She was born May 6, 1947, in Salzburg, Austria, to parents, Albert Masters and Anna Schneider.
She married Murle Graham Jr., Jan. 8, 1982, in Arlington, Va. She was in Politics & Law in Washington, D.C. She was a legal secretary.
She is survived by her husband, Murle Graham Jr., of Odessa; sisters, Nellie Wood of Charlottesville, Va., Jenny Marino of Newport Beach, Calif., Mary Welson of Norfolk, Va., Corina Velousis of Tarpin Springs, Fla., Kathy Uber of Saulsbury, Md., and Rosanna 'Rosie' Reed of Castleton, Va.
A memorial service will be held Thursday, March 6, 2008, at 2 p.m. at Martinez-Smith Funeral Chapels with Marcos Zuniga officiating. Memorials can be made to the American Cancer Society . Services are entrusted to Martinez-Smith Funeral Chapels & Crematory.
Published in Odessa American on Mar. 6, 2008.
1965 - Karol-Anne Mattos - (7/15/1993)
1965 - Leonard W Maxson - (4/6/2010) - Leonard was born on February 11, 1947 and passed away on Tuesday, April 6, 2010. Leonard was a resident of Naples, Florida.
1965 - Raymond C McGlue - (1/19/2004) - Born on 1947-10-18
Departed on 2004-01-19 Resided in Fredericksburg, VA.
Raymond Charles McGlue, 56, of Fredericksburg died Thursday, Jan. 15, 2004, at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Richmond. He was a U.S. Army veteran.
Survivors include his son, Jonathan Dale McGlue of Virginia Beach; a daughter, Kimberly Ann Webster of Washington, D.C.; and two brothers and a sister, Jimmy, Buddy and Barbara.
A funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 20, at Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg. The family will receive friends from 1 p.m. until the service time. Burial will be private in Arlington National Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, c/o Trudy Clifton, 113 Tallpines Ave., Locust Grove, Va. 22508.
1965 - Fredrick "Fred" Earl McEntire. - We were notified by a classmate that Fred died in the mid 1995s. He spent time Vietnam during the war in the U.S. Navy.
1965 - William E McKenzie - (4/19/2008) - SPC US Army, Vietnam. Buried Quantico National Cemetery, Quantico, VA - Plot 4 Site 1701
1965 - Pamela McLucas Byers - (10/27/2014) - Pam McLucas Byers ('65) died of cancer at age 67 on Oct. 27, 2014, in San Francisco. At Wakefield, she was a member of Thespians, Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society, French Honor Society, and the Debate Club. After graduating from Wellesley College, she earned a PhD in English from Rutgers University. She worked for various publishing companies and then got a masters in theological studies at San Francisco Theological Seminary (which gave her its Distinguished Alumni award in 2014). As a co-founder and the first executive director of Covenant Network of Presbyterians, she believed that one of her life's high points was the successful campaign to allow the church's ordination of openly gay and lesbian people. Survivors include her husband Jeff Byers, daughter Katie Byers, sister Susan McLucas (a Wakefield sophomore in 1963-64), and brother John McLucas.
1965 - Don McVean - (2/17/2017) - Don McVean went to be with the Lord on Friday, February 17, 2017. He was 70 years old.
Don was born and raised in Arlington, Virginia, son of the late Robert and Helena McVean. He was drafted into the United States Army soon after his high school graduation where he specialized in Communications for 21 years. Mr. McVean was stationed all around the world at bases located in Germany, Okinawa, and Italy before retiring with the rank of Staff Sergeant. Following his military career, he worked for 20 years at Advanced Auto Parts as a Commercial Parts Manager. Christ United Methodist was his church home.
Proud of his country, Don was tremendously patriotic and always flew the American flag in his yard. He enjoyed competitive bowling and played in tournaments for the Army and in civilian competitions. Mr. McVean was also a master in woodworking and loved making things for his family and friends. "Poppy," as he was affectionately known by his family, leaves behind countless memories with each family member.
His memory will forever be treasured by loving wife of 37 years, Peggy Jo McVean of Warner Robins; his loving children, Todd Tanguay (Barbara) of Augusta, Curt Tanguay of Warner Robins, and Donald McVean (Jill) of Augusta; grandchildren, Leo Vasser Tanguay, Austin Jay McVean, and Kennedy Ray McVean; sister, Margaret Ann Cleveland of Fenwick Island, Delaware; and brother, Tommy McVean (Jonie) of Naples, Florida.
A memorial service celebrating Don's life will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, February 21st in the chapel of McCullough Funeral Home with visitation one hour prior to the service. The Rev. Dr. Matt Stewart will officiate. At the family's request, his burial will be private.
In lieu of flowers, the family respectfully suggests memorial donations be given in memory of Don to Christ United Methodist Church, 511 Russell Pkwy, Warner Robins, GA 31088.
1965 - Linda Gayle Meacham Henson - (5/25/2010)
1965 - Teresia Diane Meers Bartosh - (8/6/2010) - BARTOSH, DIANE (MEERS), 63, a longtime resident of the Washington DC metropolitan area, died of cancer, August 6, 2010 in Hillview, KY.
Ms. Bartosh lived in the DC area for more than 40 years until she retired to Clarksville, TN in 2007. She graduated from Wakefield High School in Arlington, VA in 1965 and attended the University of Maryland, College Park, MD.
She worked at various education and scientific publishing groups in the Metro area until 1989, when she joined the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Ms. Bartosh worked for EPA for more than 21 years, specializing in communications. Her work aimed to promote the value of recycling and safe resource conservation and recovery. She lived in Alexandria, VA from 1985 until her retirement.
She is survived by her father, Boyce R. Meers, of Clarksville; and her cousin, Carolyn A. Jesse, of Louisville, among others.
Ms. Bartosh chose cremation. Arrangements: Schoppenhorst Underwood and Brooks, Shepherdsville, KY.
The family requests expressions of sympathy in the form of donations to the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD; the James Graham Brown Cancer Center at the University of Louisville or any other cancer organization.
1965 - Yvonne M Miller Bradshaw - (9/20/2011) - YVONNE MARY BRADSHAW (Age 63) LT., U.S. Navy - Of Burke, VA on Tuesday, September 20, 2011. Devoted mother of Robert Bradshaw (Jessica) and Brenden Bradshaw; daughter of the late Henry and Marie Miller; cherished sister of Robert Miller. She is also survived by one grandchild, Nicolas Bradshaw. Friends may call at FAIRFAX MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, 9902 Braddock Rd., Fairfax, VA on Saturday, September 24 from 2 to 4 p.m. Inurnment at Arlington national Cemetery at a later date. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in her name to St. Jude's Children Research Hospital at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1965 - Michael Ricardo Moore - (8/11/1998)
1965 - Terence M Murtha - (9/23/1974)
1965 - Paul Grant Ordakowski - (5/27/2014) - PAUL GRANT ORDAKOWSKI (Age 66) - Of Fairfax, Virginia, passed away on May 27, 2014. He is survived by his wife, Susan Ordakowski; his daughter, Lisa Marie Czop; and his sister, Diane McIntosh. Paul, an avid Pittsburgh sports fan and lover of animals, was a devoted teacher for many years at both Gesher Jewish Day School and Corpus Christi Catholic School.
Viewing will be held on June 1, 2014 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., at the Murphy Funeral Home, 4510 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA 22203. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at St. Mary of Sorrows Historic Church (not the Worship Center), Fairfax Station Road & Rte. 123, Fairfax Station, VA 22039, on Monday, June 2 at 2 p.m., with a visitation starting at 1 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation at www.lostdogrescue.org or at P.O. Box 50037, Arlington, VA 22205. The interment will be in the Church Cemetery.
Published in The Washington Post on May 30, 2014.
1965 - James N Papanicolas - (7/23/1994)
1965 - Raymond Parker - (12/14/2006) - RAYMOND HAINES PARKER - On Thursday, December 14, 2006 of Reston, VA. His memory will be cherished by his devoted wife, Karen; a brother, Edwin John Parker, Jr. (Kathleen Kane); two nieces, Kerry Kane Parker and Beth Burkhard; a grand-nephew, Morgan Burkhard; an uncle, Daniel Haines (Jo); an aunt, Frances Haines; a devoted mother-in-law, Jan Wands and many relatives and friends. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, December 23, 2006 at 12 p.m. at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 1580 Beulah Road, Vienna, VA 22182,703-759-1579. A reception will immediately follow at Providence Recreation Center, 7525 Marc Drive, Falls Church, VA 22042. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Parkinson's Foundation of the National Capital Area, 8399 Greensboro Dr., Suite 800, McLean, VA 22102 or to the Capital Hospice, Development Department, 6565 Arlington Blvd., Suite 500, Falls Church, VA 22042 or the Charitable Planning Office, Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania, 100 Watchtower Drive, Patterson NY 12563- 9204. Funeral arrangements by OLD TOWN FUNERAL CHOICES, 703-465-1800.
Published in The Washington Post on Dec. 20, 2006
1965 - Arthur William Payne - (4/8/1970) - PVT, US Army. Buried Arlington, National Cemetery, Arlington, VA - Plot Sec 53, Site 675
1965 - Martin B Peed - - Died in 1998
1965 - James K Polk - (2/14/2008) - James King "Jimmy" Polk, 60, of Richmond, died Thursday, Feb. 14, 2008. He was a member of the band, Sierra. Surviving are a brother, Douglas T. Polk of California; former wife, Sharon Fisher of Sandston; and daughter-at-heart, Cierra. Memorial services were held Saturday, Feb. 23, 2008 at the Mechanicsville Chapel of Bennett Funeral Home, 8014 Lee-Davis Road.
1965 - Ronald M Pond - (11/4/2011) - Ronald Marcel Jack Pond, 64, of Goodyear, AZ passed away November 4, 2011 in Goodyear. He was born December 3, 1946 in Paris, France to Col. (Ret.) Nathaniel H. Pond and Jacqueline Fumey Pond.
Ron served in the United States Army during Vietnam. He was a retired surgical technician. He moved to Arizona with his family in 1997. He was a member of Liberty United Methodist Church and the VFW.
Ron is survived by his wife Laureen A. Pond, his daughters Natalie L. and Jacqueline A. Pond, his sisters Patricia Carol Kostrzewa, and 2 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents and his sister Chantal Diane Reinhart.
Visitation will be Wednesday, November 9, from 6:00 to 9:00pm at Thompson’s Valley West Funeral Chapel, 926 S. Litchfield Rd., Goodyear, AZ. Ron’s service will be the following morning, Thursday, November 10 at 10:00am at Liberty United Methodist Church, 19900 W. Highway 85, Buckeye, AZ 85326. In lieu of flowers please make donations in Ron’s honor to Liberty United Methodist Church or the Humane Society.
1965 - Loretta Preston - (6/1/2014) - Mother, Loretta Preston, passed away June 1, 2014 from a long battle with lung cancer. While cancer won that battle, my Mother was victorious because she was active in the Nauck community through her many years of service at Macedonia Baptist Church as President of the Usher Board. She also served as the President of Elks. She completed 30 years of service as a civilian worker for the Marine Corps Exchange at Henderson Hall. Her smile uplifted everyone she encountered. She is known by many for her willing spirit to serve.
Many of her classmates attended her going home service on June 9, 2014 at Macedonia Baptist Church. However, please share with everyone she is at this 50th celebration in spirit. Her smile, energy and hearty laugh will fill the room and hearts of the attendees with joy. - Respectfully, Pamela Preston
1965 - George Kenneth Reed - (12/21/2007)
1965 - Robert Patrick Reinhart - (7/29/2002) - US Army, Vietnam. Buried in Quantico National Cemetery, Quantico, VA
1965 - Susan Louise Richardson
1965 - Roy David Ritter - (8/2/2011)
1965 - Pamela Jean Roberts
1965 - Robert James Roop - - Died in April 1985
1965 - John Daniel Rudy - (6/24/1983) - J. Daniel Rudy of Reston, Virginia died on Friday, June 24, 1983. He was the son of John Rudy. Survivors included his wife, one son, one daughter, one sister and two brothers. Requests were made for memorial contributions to the Dan Rudy Fund for the English Department of George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Arrangements were by the Murphy Funeral Home of Arlington.
Source: The Washington Post, Wednesday, June 29, 1983.
Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery, Washington, DC - Plot: Stewart, East of Lot 698, Plots 18-19.
1965 - Philip O Shepherd III - (3/23/1999) - Buried Stonewall Memory Gardens, Manassas, VA
1965 - James Allan Shillato - - Died in November 1991
1965 - Michael Terry Shlanta - (7/25/1994)
1965 - William "Billy" Shorter Jr - (9/20/2013) - WILLIAM SHORTER, JR. On Friday, September 20, 2013 at 7:30 a.m. William Shorter, Jr. "Big Billy" and "Hammer Head"; while hospitalized in the intensive care unit at the United Medical Center in Washington, DC departed this life surrounded by family. William was a remarkable man of compassion, extraordinary talents, and uncommon achievements. He was the elder son of 12 siblings all reared in Arlington, VA. William attended Drew Elementary, Hoffman Boston, and Wakefield Senior High Schools. He enjoyed playing sports during Junior and Senior years at Fort Bernard and Jennie Dean School. With his passion for sports, he always endeavored to do his very best. His extracurricular activities in school consisted of Band 2, 3, 4 (trumpet), JV Track 2, 3, Boy Scout's Eagle Scouts, mixed chorus; and baseball (pitcher and back catcher). He loved cars and auto mechanics. loved to work on them as well. He was baptized at Mount Zion Baptist Church of Arlington as a child. In addition he held assisted management jobs with family businesses such as JW's Restaurant and Randolph Pharmacy in the District, prior to enlisting in the United States Army. In between his three tours in Vietnam he became a Deputy Sherriff for Arlington County and held the title of 33 Degree Mason with the Prince Hall Lodge. After graduating, William joined the United States Army and was assigned to the 101st Airborne Division at the height of the Vietnam War. His recipient of the Bronze Star Medal, fourth highest military award for heroism underscored his uncommon bravery and undaunted courage; when under enemy fire in 1968 during the Vietnam War. Among his other notable military awards, Republic of Vietnam Campaign, Vietnam Service, Good Conduct (five times), AIR, National Defense, Bronze Star Medals, and Combat Infantry Badge. William Shorter Jr. leaves to cherish his memory, one daughter; Charmyn S. Thourogood (Adam), and three sons; William C. Shorter Dunbar III, James C. Waters Shorter, and William C. Waters-Shorter. He has seven grandchildren, Adam Thourogood Jr., Charnell, Jessica, Aaron and Adam Thourogood, Jr., Tatiera, and William Dunbar, and Caden Williams. He also leaves to mourn him, four brothers, Ronald E. and Arnold E. (Doris) Dunbar, Xzavier (Joyce), and Leroy Shorter (Frances); seven sisters, Willette Jefferson (Craig), Rosa Wright, Vivian Onai, Bernadette Rowe (Elroy), Georgette Johnson, Celestine Shorter and Diane Simpson. He also leaves one surviving uncle, Wilbert Harris and aunt, Edith Poole. William has a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends, far too many to mention by name. He is predeceased by his maternal grandmothers Cornelia (great-great), Minnie (great), and Olenda (grand) Lyon. He is also predeceased by his maternal grandfathers John (great-great) and Thomas (great) Lyon and paternal grandfather Eddie Johnson and one brother Donald Dunbar. Memorial services will be held at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 3500 S. 19th St., Arlington, VA, Viewing 10 a.m. to be followed by service at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, November 6, 2013. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. Memorial services will be held at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 3500 S. 19th St., Arlington, VA, Viewing 10 a.m. to be followed by service at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, November 6, 2013. Interment Arlington National Cemetery.
Published in The Washington Post on Nov. 5, 2013
1965 - Joyce Lee Sippo
1965 - Esther Smith
1965 - Thomas W Spencer Jr - (8/10/2010) - A memorial service for Thomas Warwick Spencer, Jr., 63, of Monroe, will be held at 10:00 AM Saturday, August 14, 2010, in the chapel of Mulhearn Funeral Home, Sterlington Road, Monroe with Rev. Warren Eckhardt officiating.
Mr. Spencer gently passed away Tuesday, August 10, 2010, at his residence after a lengthy illness. He was born in 1946, Alexandria, VA, to Thomas W. Spencer, Sr. and Lois Johnson Spencer. After graduating from Wakefield High School, he enlisted in the U. S. Army, serving in West Berlin, Germany, and the Vietnam War. Mr. Spencer graduated cum laude from Northeast Louisiana University with a bachelor degree in History/Government and was a member of the honorary history fraternity Phi Kappa Phi. He retired from Ellington Construction Co.
Survivors include his wife of 40 years, Katherine Ellington Spencer; sons, Jake Spencer and wife Erika, and Jess Spencer and fiancée Heather Ward, all of West Monroe; grandsons, Curry Spencer, Cam Spencer, Cason Spencer, and Myles Spencer, all of West Monroe; sister, Inez Spencer Buchanan of Springfield, VA; nephews, Harold Buchanan of Las Vegas, NV, and Kurt Buchanan of Front Royal, VA; father-in-law, Robert Ellington, Jr. of Monroe; brothers-in-law, Patrick Ellington and Robert Ellington III, both of Monroe; sisters-in-law, Susan Ellington of Benton, LA and Julie Turner of Peachtree City, GA; niece Morgan Cole of Ocala, FL; special friend, Vallie Jackson of Monroe, LA; and many nieces and nephews. Tom Spencer was a treasure to his family and will be deeply missed.
Visitation will be Saturday from 9:00 AM until 10:00 AM at Mulhearn Funeral Home, Sterlington Road, Monroe.
Published in The News Star on Aug. 13, 2010
1965 - Philip Graham Stebbins - (12/9/2016)
1965 - Miriam Anne "Mimi" Stegner Leonard
1965 - Ronny Clinton Stucker - (3/26/2008) - This year's tournament will be just the third without its meticulous chairman. In a cabinet inside Westwood Park Golf Course's pro shop, there's two metal boxes that don't seem big enough to hold 32 years of history. But they do.
Compiled on index cards are over three decades worth of scores and. notes. Anyone who has ever played in the Westwood Invitational over Fourth of July weekend has an entry. "Everyone is in there," Westwood Park assistant pro Rick Parish said. "I'm not kidding. They're all there." Ron Stucker saw to that. When it came to the annual tournament that grew into the state's largest stroke-play event many years ago, Stucker was meticulous. The details mattered and he scrutinized everyone of them as the tournament's longtime chairman.
The three months leading up to July 4th were precious to him. His career as a geologist kind of took a back seat to anything relating to Westwood Park and the three-round tournament it hosts. "When April kicked in, he was here pretty much dusk till dawn," Westwood assistant pro Bobby Florer said. "He was always planning with the tournament and mingling with the players to find who they wanted to play with and how we could better the course. He wanted to make it bigger and better every year."
Sadly, when the 33rd Annual Westwood Invitational's first tee shots are fired Friday morning, Stucker won't be there. He died March 26, three days after his 61st birthday. This year's tournament will be just the third in the last 33 years without Stucker steering the ship.
One might wonder how much impact one person could have on a golf tournament at Norman's municipal course. It's not the U.S. Open. There won't be thousands of fans packed onto the grounds. Players come from throughout the United States to play, but not enough to choke the city's streets.
But Stucker thought about the Westwood Invitational in those terms. His efforts went well beyond setting up some tees and picking out foursomes to fill out the tee times. Stucker obsessed over every little aspect about the Westwood Invitational the way Clifford Roberts directed The Masters for over four decades. But the only one he was tyrannical with was himself.
"I think he felt good about being responsible for it, and he was good at it," Westwood head pro David Lisle said. "He was an incredible organizer. Every little intricate detail of the tournament was important to him."
That's where those metal boxes came in. If two players rubbed each other the wrong way in 1986, Stucker still remembered in 2006.
His wife, Ann Harcourt, said it was more than a labor of love to her husband. She still tears up when she thinks about 1994. They were datinq at the time. Stucker decided not to play because the Eagles were having a concert in Irving, Texas, and Harcourt was a huge Eagles fan. Harcourt knew the concert tickets were a great present, but didn't get a full grasp of what Stucker gave up until a year later. "I didn't really understand until 1 saw him at the tournament the next year what he'd really given up for me," Harcourt said. "He absolutely loved that tournament.
Stucker was quiet and shy by nature. He never aspired to be the center of attention. When it fell on him, he usually tried to make that time minimal. However, he was equal parts host, politician, mediator and entertainer during the first weekend in July. For those three days, he came out of his shell. "He was like a social butterfly," Harcourt said. "I think that tournament was the high point of his social year. During that time everyone kind of got to see the Ron I knew." "He wanted everyone to have a good time," Lisle said. "He wanted the tournament to run as smoothly as possible. 1 think that was his hobby." At the very least it was his passion.
Donations will be accepted at this year's tournament for a memorial. It will go next to the scoreboard south of the restaurant where he spent so many afternoons writing down scores, hearing grievances from disgruntled players and doing his best to make sure everyone was enjoying the experience.
All those duties have fallen on Lisle, Florer and Parish. They're pros and they can handle it. But with the first round less than a week away, the appreciation for Stucker's passion grows each day.
"He's sorely missed," Florer said. "There's a lot of things we can do that he did, but it means double the work now. We can do it. But we're just now starting to realize how much he really did." - John Shinn
Norman Transcript, The (OK) - Sunday, June 29, 2008
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1965 - Allan P Thomas - (1/15/1999)
1965 - Charles F Tilman Jr - - Died in July 1994
1965 - Robert Bernard Wedbush - (7/24/2009)
1965 - Carolyn Ann Weisert - (11/8/1999)
1965 - James H Westlake - - died in may of 2014
1965 - Peguita G Whipple - (9/18/1998)
1965 - David Michael Williams
1965 - Charles Edward Wilson
1965 - Jerome Wilson - (12/14/2003) - PFC Us Army, Vietnam. Buried Quantico National Cemetery, Quantico, VA - Plot 6 072
1965 - Barney E Winecoff - (6/28/1997) - Sgt., US Air Fource. Buried Calverton National Cemetery, Calverton, NY
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1966 - "Marc" Mazbar Ferruh Agrali - (12/26/2013) - MARC MAZHAR FERRUH AGRALI "MAZ", age 65 passed away on December 26, 2013 unexpectedly in Haymarket, VA.
He was born on June 18, 1948 in Turkey to the late Selman Agrali and Mualla Peck. Maz was a generous, kind and genuine man who was a big kid at heart. He lived life to the fullest, loved to ride his Harleys and take his boat out on the water. He had a great love for family and friends and never knew a stranger, always made everyone feel welcomed. His infectious laugh was unforgettable and will be missed by all who knew him. He was a Master Mason at Masonic Lodge #279 in Stafford, VA.
Survivors include his loving wife of 22 years, Cyndi Agrali of Gainesville, VA; his mother: Mualla Peck of Arlington, VA; five children: Jennifer Gary and husband Gene of McKinney, TX, Shelley De La Torre and husband Edgar of Redondo Beach, CA, KD Seaton and husband Jim of Ashburn, VA, Benjamin Agrali of Sterling, VA and Jonathan Agrali and wife Amy of Fayetteville, N.C., one sister: Nazan Zalucky and husband Dr. Myron Zalucky of St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, one brother: Kent Agrali and wife Ruya of Turkey, 12 grandchildren and mother-in-law: Betty Thompson of Goodview, VA.
The family will receive friends on Thursday, January 2, 2014 from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM at Pierce Funeral Home, 9609 Center Street, Manassas, VA where a celebration of his life will begin at 12:00 PM. Interment will follow at Bright View Cemetery, Warrenton, VA.
In Lieu of flowers, you can contribute to the Marc Agrali Memorial Fund at any Wells Fargo location account # 5300514832
1966 - Stephanie A Alfred - (9/27/2006) - Suddenly departed this earthly world on Wednesday, September 27, 2006. She leaves to cherish her memory, her sisters, Barbara Alfred, Helen Butler and Alfreda Gibson and a host of other relatives and friends. Homegoing service will be held Thursday, October 5, 2006 from 10 a.m. until time of funeral service at 11 a.m. at Lewis Funeral Home, 311 N. Patrick St., Alexandria, VA. Interment National Memorial Park. Services by PEYTON FUNERAL HOME.
1966 - Richard J "Rich" Almassy - (1/24/2014) - Richard Joseph 'Rich' Almassy graduated in the Class of 1966, from Wakefield High School in Arlington County, Virginia. Rich went on to earn his B.S. in Aeronautic Engineering from San Jose State University in California, and his M.S. in Systems Engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology. Rich later held the title of Program Manager with Boeing Phantom Works. Rich enjoyed the sport of Golf. Rich was married and sadly divorced twice, had two children and 2 grandchildren. Rich will be sorely missed by all who love him, were his friends and coworkers. Burial: Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier, California
1966 - John Joseph Austen - (4/24/2011) - John Austen of Northern Virginia died April 24, 2010 of cancer. He was interred at St. Michaels Episcopal Church, Arlington, VA. John had a long career as a civil servant. He loved reading books of history and was invited to write reviews in his later years. He also volunteered at many Washington area historic sites. John is survived by his wife and daughters. Memorials may be made to the National Railroad Historical Society, Washington, DC Chapter.
Published in The Washington Post on Apr. 24, 2011
1966 - Sharon C Bailes Perry - (6/7/2014) - Leicester - Sharon Bailes Perry, 66, of Leicester, passed away peacefully on June 7, 2014, at the CarePartners Solace Center in Asheville after a long struggle with cancer. She will be missed greatly by all that knew and loved her. She was born in Beckley, West Virginia to Ruth and Keith Bailes in 1948. She attended George Washington University and the College of William and Mary, receiving a Bachelors of Science - Physics in 1970. She also attended George Mason University receiving a Master of Science - Systems Engineering degree. Sharon was a public school teacher in the fields of mathematics and science for almost thirty years mostly in the northern Virginia area.
She is survived by her husband, Alan Cohlmeyer; sons, Matt Perry and Craig Perry; siblings, Lynn, Steven and Janet; and granddaughters, Jasmine and Sydney; as well as step-children, Doug (with daughter Hathaway) and Siri Cohlmeyer; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Sharon retired to the Leicester community in 2001, becoming very active in several community-based groups, including the Friends of the Leicester Library, the Leicester Elementary School Children's Christmas Project and the Leicester Community Center Board where she was the guiding force in the establishment of the monthly Fresh Produce Distribution Program which is still on-going. She was an avid Master Gardener, member of UNCA's College for Seniors and along with her husband one of the founding members of the UNCA Mountain Smooth Dance team. She loved to read, research genealogy, and she also traveled extensively both before and after retirement. At the time of her passing Sharon was a member of First Presbyterian Church of Asheville.
A private graveyard service will be held at the family cemetery in West Virginia in early August, followed by a memorial service at the nearby North River Mills Methodist Church which will be presided over by her niece, the Rev. Heather Bailes Baker.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to: CarePartners Solace Center, P.O. Box 5779, Asheville, NC 28813 or North River Mills Methodist Church, HC-71 Box 103-C, Capon Bridge, WV 26711.
Published in the Asheville Citizen-Times on Aug. 8, 2014.
1966 - David Stephen Banyay - (5/23/2013) - BANYAY, DavidMemorial services today, 12 Noon, at Higherground, 1700 Fatherland St. Rev. Joe Rice, eulogist. GARDNER MEMORIAL CHAPEL, INC., (615) 255-1338. Published in The Tennessean on May 28, 2010
1966 - Gary C Barbee - (5/9/2011) - On Monday, May 9, 2011. Beloved husband of Brenda J. Barbee; devoted father of Rashida Moore (Virgil) and Maya Barbee (fiancé, Ryan Jones); cherished grandfather of Kevin, Taylor, Aisha and Asantae; brother of Earl Barbee (Edwina) and Betty Barbee-Clements (Allan); son-in-law of Mary Crawley; brother-in-law of Sylvester Crawley (Kathryn), Gregory Crawley and Francis Wayne Crawley (Linda); uncle of Earl, Jean, Matthew, Adam, Jamila, Geoffrey, Lamont and Jamal. Also survived by a host of other relatives and friends.
On Wednesday, May 18, 2011, friends may visit with the family from 9:30 a.m. until time of Service, 11 a.m. at Mount Olive Baptist Church, 1601 South 13th Rd., Arlington, VA 22204. Rev. James E. Victor, Jr., Pastor. Interment Quantico National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations in Gary's memory may be made to the Nauck Civic Association, P.O. Box 4037, Arlington, VA 22204-4037. Services by Chinn-Baker.
Published in The Washington Post from May 14 to May 17, 2011
1966 - Willilam Stephen Barber - (1/18/1971) - Served in the Navy.
1966 - Mozell E Barnes Lewis - (12/17/2007) - A resident of Gordonsville, VA, she was the wife of James A. Lewis.; mother of Pamela Taylor and her husband, Andrew; grandmother of Deanna Duncan; sister of Samuel Barnes, Jr. & Alfred Barnes, and Nannie & Diann Barnes. She was preceded in death by daughter, Deborah Lewis. Interment followed funeral services conducted at the Peace Baptist Church in Dunn Loring, VA, Wednesday, December 26, 2007.
Burial at Pleasant Valley Memorial Park, Annandale, VA
1966 - Edward Wayne Baumgardner - (4/9/2009) - Edward Baumgardner, 62, of King George County passed away Thursday, April 9, 2009, at his home. Edward was a Vietnam War veteran and an avid fisherman with strong family values. Edward is survived by his wife of 42 years, Jane; his sons, Chris and David; his daughters, Deborah and Jennifer; his mother, Mary Baumgardner; his sister, Mary Lee Elliott; four grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, April 13, at Found and Sons Funeral Chapels, 10719 Courthouse Road, Fredericksburg. A funeral celebrating Edward's life will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 14, at Found and Sons Funeral Chapels, 850 Sperryville Pike, Culpeper. Interment will follow in Culpeper National Cemetery.
1966 - Brad Bianco - (11/21/2012) - Suddenly on November 21, 2012 at his residence in Falls Church, VA. Beloved husband of Mary Lynn Yingling Bianco; brother of Bruce Bianco; step-father of Donald (Carly) Didden, Jr. and David (Rhoya) Didden; Pop Pop of five grandchildren. Friends may call at DeVol Funeral Home, 2222 Wisconsin Ave., NW (parking opposite at 2233 Wisconsin Ave.) on Wednesday, November 28 from 5 to 8 p.m. Inurnment Arlington National cemetery at a later date. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the American Heart Association.
1966 - Judith A Bobo Jeffreys - (2/22/2006)
1966 - Matthew Bonner Jr - (9/3/1995) - Buried Quantico National Cemetery, Quantico, VA - plot 11 0 449. PFC US Army
1966 - William George Boswell - (9/13/2009) - MIDLAND - William George Boswell, 62, of Industry, died Sunday, Sept. 13, 2009, in UPMC Shadyside. Born Aug. 27, 1947, in Arlington, Va., a son of the late Fred and Ruth Boswell.
A veteran of the United States Army serving during the Vietnam War, he was retired and a 35 year member of Plumber and Steamfitters Local 47. He was also a member of F&AM Monaca Center Lodge No. 791.
In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his mother-in-law, Maxine Udon.
William leaves behind his cherished family, wife Sherry Udon Boswell; daughters and sons-in-law, Samantha and Jacob Trimble, Heidi and Kasey Moran, Ashley and Nicholas Elias; grandchildren, Noah, Abigail, Luke and Levi Trimble; Hunter and MacKenzie Moran and Skylar Elias; a brother, James Boswell; sisters and brothers-in-law, Linda and Hank Goshorn, Barbara and Cecile Maynor; father-in-law Paul B. Udon Jr.; brother and sister-in-law, Paul L. and Marian Udon; dear cousin, Jean Glover; numerous nieces and nephews; Paul L. and Rebecca Udon, Holly and Jason Ratkovich, Cecile and Scott Maynor, Earl, Jeffrey and Terry Boswell, Adam and John Goshorn, Jenny Green and Anna Spraker.
Friends will be received Thursday from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. in the D.L. Williams Funeral Home, 848 Midland Ave., Midland.
Final disposition will take place at a later date.
1966 - Clarence Grayson Brady - (8/19/1982) - Clarence Grayson "Butch" Brady was born on Christmas Eve 1946 in Arlington, Virginia to Paul Shelton and Helen Lucile Stone Brady.
Butch grew up in Arlington and attended Claremont Elementary, Kenmore Junior High, and graduated from Wakefield High School, in 1966. Shortly after graduation, Butch was drafted in the Army and served his Country in Korea during the Vietnam Conflict.
Butch married Linda Gaye Drake on February 13, 1971. He joined the Hopewell City Virginia Fire Department where he attained the rank of captain. He was promoted to fire marshall just prior to his death.
Butch was a kind, gentle soul who loved to fish, hunt and enjoy the great outdoors. He was preceded in death by his father. His wife, Linda, passed away on January 17, 2011; and his mother passed away on October 30, 2012. He is survived by his sister, Darlene Brady Fete.
Butch died of a massive heart attack while at the fire department. Medical attention was immediate, but at the age of only 35, God had other plans and called him home.
He is greatly missed and loved.
Burial: Appomattox Cemetery, Hopewell, VA
1966 - Bradley Bernar Brittain - (8/1/2009)
1966 - Willard W "Woody" Brittain - (1/25/2013) - On Friday, January 25, 2013, WILLARD "WOODY" BRITTAIN, husband of Deborah C. Brittain, father of Lindsey E. Brittain, and brother of Barbara Y. Brittain, passed away in Bonita Springs, Florida, surrounded by family and close friends. Survivors include his god-children Lutrelle Parker III, Lauren Parker, Stephen Sydnor, Jr., Kimberly Mackley Jackson, and George Goode IV; as well as many extended family members, including his uncle, John Dangerfield; his aunt, Delores Dangerfield; his mother-in-law, Elenora Carpenter; a sister-in-law, Stephanie Goode, and her husband, George; a brother-in-law, Charles Carpenter; a nephew, Stephen Goode; a niece, Carol Wells, and her husband, Adam; a grand niece, Caroline; and a grand nephew, Adam, Jr. He also leaves to praise his life other dear relatives, friends, and business associates. Services will be held Friday, February 1, at Mount Olive Baptist Church, 1601 13th Road South, Arlington, VA 22204; viewing 9 to 11:30 a.m.; funeral 11:30 a.m. with interment following at Pleasant Valley Memorial Cemetery, 8420 Little River Turnpike, Annandale, VA 22003. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the National Urban League, 120 Wall Street, New York, NY 10005.
Published in The Washington Post on Jan. 31, 2013
1966 - Janice Lee Burleigh - (1/16/1998)
1966 - Edward Butler Jr - (12/6/2006) - Edward Butler Jr. - On Wednesday December 6, 2006, at Washington Hospital Center. EDWARD BUTLER JR. Husband of Marilyn Oresowon Butler; son of Edward Butler Sr. and Isabelle Green; stepfather of Oluseyi Peter-Thomas; brother of Minnie Hollingsworth-Weaver; June Verne Robinson and Judith Freeman. He is also survived his stepfather, Thomas Green; stepmother, Lillian Butler; four sisters-in-law; five brothers-in-law; two aunts, one uncle; numerous nieces and nephews. Other relatives and many friends. Funeral services, 11 a.m., Tuesday, December 12, 2006 at Lomax A.M.E. Zion Church, 2704 S. 24th Road, Arlington, VA. The Reverend Gary Burns, Pastor. Services by CHINN-BAKER. Published in The Washington Post from Dec. 9 to Dec. 10, 2006
1966 - Jane D Cason Baumgardner - (4/8/2014) - Jane D. Baumgardner, 65, of King George County passed away Sunday, April 6, 2014, at her home.
Jane enjoyed spending time with her family, going to the beach, listening to Barry Manilow and playing with her cat, "Mr. Cuddles." She married her high-school sweetheart and together they raised their four children.
Jane is survived by two daughters, Debra Trigger and her husband, Reggie, and Jennifer Baumgardner, all of King George; a son, Christopher Baumgardner of Culpeper; a sister-in-law, Mary Lee Elliot of Fredericksburg; three grandchildren; and a host of family and friends who will miss her greatly.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Edward Wayne Baumgardner; a son, David Baumgardner; and her parents, John and Inez Cason.
Jane's family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 9, at Found and Sons Funeral Chapel, 10719 Courthouse Road, Fredericksburg. A funeral will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, April 10, at Found and Sons Funeral Chapel, 850 Sperryville Pike, Culpeper, with the Rev. Jeffrey B. Smith officiating. Interment will follow in Culpeper National Cemetery.
Online condolences may be expressed to Jane's family at foundandsons.com.
1966 - Karen Elaine Cole Shoemaker - (12/31/2012)
1966 - Roger Lee Coles - (10/9/2010) - Coles, Roger Lee: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice Oregonian, The (Portland, OR) - Friday, October 22, 2010
Coles, Roger Lee 62 05/13/1948 10/09/2010 Roger Lee Coles was born in New York City and raised in Arlington, Va. He was a devoted advocate for human rights, equality, and social justice. Roger died in Portland. He was 62. Roger developed an early passion for theatre and politics. He was also a talented and creative man with a love for storytelling. He publicly told stories for 25 years. He was a founding member and past president of the Storyteller's Guild, hosted programs on KBOO, and released an album entitled "Manholes in the Sky." Roger completed undergraduate and graduate studies at Boston University, receiving a Master of Education in 1973. Moving to Portland in 1977, he did local theatre; worked at the Men's Resource Center; drove a taxi; and was employed at Portland Public Schools as a para-educator, where he loved his work with children. He was known for his colorful, expressive t-shirts; his progressive politics; and his friendly, exuberant personality. Roger is survived by his beloved sister, Vivian Coles and her partner, Chris Gauci; goddaughter, Kassandra Simmons Yager; their families; and many loving friends. A memorial service honoring Roger's life will take place at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 31, 2010, in Friends Meeting Hall, 4312 S.E. Stark Street. Contributions may be made to Portland Storytellers' Guild, P.O. Box 13164, Portland, OR 97213-0164 or KBOO Radio.
1966 - John G Coughlin - (2/27/2005)
1966 - John P Coyle Jr - (7/11/2007) - COYLE, JOHN P., JR. "JACK", on July 11, 2007. Beloved husband of Bernadette M. Coyle (nee Rup). Loving father of John C. and Brian . Coyle; also survived by one grandchild, Briana N. Coyle; and his sister, Kathleen Gaffney. Relatives and friends are invited to his Viewing Monday July 16th, 2007 9 A.M. followed by Mass of Christian Burial 10 A.M. St. Bernard R.C. Church, 7341 Cottage St. (at Bleigh). Interment private. In lieu of flowers con-tributions made in his memory to American Lung Assn., 527 Plymouth Rd., Suite 403, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462 would be appreciated.
Published in the Philadelphia Inquirer & Philadelphia Daily News on 7/15/2007.
1966 - Harvey Crittendon - (2/1/1975)
1966 - Carol L Currin
1966 - Ann B Dailey Moore - (11/16/2004) - Ann B. Dailey (Moore) of Wilmington, died at home Saturday morning November 13, 2004.
She was born October 21, 1947, in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Daughter of the late Richard Dailey and Mayme Bryant Dailey. She was preceded in death by a brother, James Dailey.
Ann is survived by her daughter Amy B. Jerrard and future son-in-law Scott A. Robbins of Wilmington, one brother, Richard Dailey, Jr., of Greensboro, her lifelong friend, Elizabeth Sessoms Huddleston of Raleigh, and her canine companion, "Willie."
She was a graduate of the University of South Carolina, and was employed with the U.S. Customs Service for 30 years. Ann will forever be remembered as a warm and loving mother with extraordinary character that will be cherished always by all who knew her.
A memorial service will be held at 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, November 17th , 2004, at Oleander Memorial Gardens Mausoleum.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to New Hanover Co. Human Society.
1966 - Larry Brian Daniels - (10/31/1998) - Larry Brian Daniels: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice Sentinel, The (Carlisle, PA) - Monday, November 2, 1998 Deceased Name: Larry Brian Daniels - Larry Brian Daniels, Services for Larry Brian Daniels, 50, of 1208 Peach Ave., New Boston, Va., will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Fogelsanger-Bricker Funeral Home, 112 W. King St., Shippensburg. He died Saturday, Oct. 31, 1998 in Halifax Regional Hospital, New Boston, Va., of complications of Crohn's Disease. Born Oct. 16, 1948 in Washington, D.C., he was a son of Miles D. "Dan" and Dorothy E. Miller Daniels of Chambersburg. A 1966 graduate of Wakefield High School, Arlington, Va., and a 1973 graduate of Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Va., Mr. Daniels was employed by Georgia Pacific, Roxboro, N.C.
He was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church, New Boston, where he was the choir director and organist. In addition to his parents, surviving is his son, Brian G. of Java, Va. The Rev. Ronald E. Dull will officiate at Wednesday's service. Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery, Shippensburg. Friends may call from 10 to 11 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to Trinity Episcopal Church, 515 Yancy St., New Boston, VA. 24592.
1966 - Elayne Claire Danielson Robins - (10/15/2008)
1966 - Michael Downey - (2/13/2002)
1966 - Thomas E Duffy - (5/20/2004) - DUFFY, THOMAS EDWARD (TOM) - Of Springfield, VA on May 20, 2004. Loving father of Elizabeth McQuiston; grandfather of Samantha. Friends may call at the DEMAINE SPRINGFIELD-ANNANDALE CHAPEL, Backlick and Edsall Roads, Springfield on Wednesday, from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Graveside services will be held on Thursday, June 10, 10 a.m. at Arlington National Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association.
Published in The Washington Post on June 6, 2004
1966 - Barrie Kent Dunn - (9/22/2017) - January 10, 1949 - September 21, 2017
Barrie Kent Dunn, affectionately known as Geecome, passed unexpectedly on September 21, 2017 at the age of 68. Geecome is the name given to him by his first grandchild Javier and used by all their friends, teachers, students, and parents at their schools.
Barrie is survived by his wife Rosemarie Dunn; his children Dianna Martinez and Brian Kent Dunn; his grandchildren Javier Martinez, Sofia Martinez, and Coleson Kent Dunn; his sister Bonnie Lyon, and nieces and nephews. He is predeceased by his parents George Gordon Dunn and Mary Maxine Dunn and his brothers Gary S. Dunn and Dennis O. Dunn.
Barrie was a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend to all. He was always helping others and serving his church and community.
Barrie loved his family and he was a proud grandfather. He participated in every aspect of his family's lives. He loved his children, grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. He was everyone's hero. He wanted to see the children laugh and be happy. He spoiled them as best as he could and he also taught independence and hard work. He was happy to have lived for every moment he was able to spend with his grandchildren and family.
Barrie was a veteran and served his country in the United States Navy. He loved boats, camping, cars, tractors, and tinkering. He would fix anything he could get his hands on or anything anyone needed help fixing. He was a handyman and jack of all trades. And he could not be told that he couldn't do something. "NO" was a challenging word for him and he would take you up on that challenge in a heartbeat.
Barrie was a long-standing officer at Braddock Baptist Church. He loved his church and church family. The church was his second home. He served on just about every committee and was committed to helping out any way he could.
Barrie will be sorely missed. He has left a void in our hearts forever. May he forever rest in peace. Until we meet again.
1966 - Gary S Dunn - (11/9/2000)
1966 - Preston L Easley - (6/7/2012) - Buried Quantico National Cemetery, Quantico, VA Section 27, Site 706. SP4 US Army, Vietnam
1966 - James K Eddins - (3/16/2009) - Buried Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA Sec: 6-M2 Row 6, Site 3
1966 - Ramon D Edmonston - (4/21/1997)
1966 - Curtis Flakes - (8/21/2003) - Curtis W. Flakes On Thursday, August 21,2003, at Northern Virginia Community Hospital, CURTiS W. FLAKES. Husband of Edna Flakes; father of Lisa Flakes Moore and Denise R. Flakes; brother of Linda Why ten-Williamson and Lelon Flakes. He is also survived by one grandson, Kamraan A. Moore; son-in-law, Johnnie R. Moore; father-in-law, Alexander D. Ruffner; three sisters-in-law, three brothers-in-law, numerous nieces and nephews, other relatives and many friends. Mr. Flakes will lie in state at Scripture Church of Christ, 3608 Lacy Blvd., Baileys Crossroads, VA, on Wednesday, August 27 from 10 a.m. until time of funeral services, 11 a.m. Elder George Marshall officiating. Interment Pleasant Valley Memorial Park. Services by CHINN-BAKER. Published in The Washington Post on Aug. 26, 2003
1966 - Joanne Forgy Cohn - (10/1/2005)
1966 - M Raymond Frank (2014)
1966 - Anne M Goodpaster Batte - (6/6/2012) - BATTE ANNE MORGAN BATTE (nee Goodpaster) Anne Batte died Wednesday, June 6, 2012, at her home in New Minas, Nova Scotia after a prolonged illness. She was born on Thanksgiving Day, 1948, in Princeton, New Jersey, to LTC (later Gen.) Andrew J. Goodpaster and the former Dorothy Dulaney Anderson. Her childhood was spent at various Army posts in the United States, France and Germany. She graduated from Wakefield High School, Arlington, VA in 1966. After attending Westhampton College in Richmond, VA, and Randolph-Macon Women's College in Lynchburg, Virginia, she married Lt. Robert Wilson in 1969, living in Germany, Belgium and Fort Bragg, North Carolina, before relocating to Richmond, Virginia, where she raised four children. In 1996, she was remarried to Robert Bolling Batte in Salisbury, North Carolina. She emigrated from North Carolina to Nova Scotia in December 2005. She fell in love with her new home while maintaining close ties with her native country, becoming a Canadian citizen on April 14, 2011. Anne's love of music started early, singing in school and church choirs, later playing clarinet in the school band. At university, she pursued a course of study in Early Childhood Education and Music Education, culminating in a Bachelor of Arts degree. Later she studied at the Presbyterian School of Christian Education in Richmond, Virginia, earning a Master of Arts in Church Music and Christian Education. She maintained lifelong ties with the Episcopal Church in the US and the Anglican Church in Canada. She had been a member of St. James Anglican Church in Kentville for several years before her death, actively participating in church activities, particularly the church choir. She also was a member of Kings Chorale. Anne is survived by her loving husband, Robert Bolling Batte of New Minas, Nova Scotia; one sister, Susan Sullivan of Alexandria, Virginia; four children, Dulaney Wilson of Charleston, South Carolina; Edward Wilson of New Minas, Nova Scotia; Sarah Nesnow of Warwick, Rhode Island; and Susan Wilson-Leath of Falls Church, Virginia; and two grandchildren. Services were held at St. James Anglican Church, Kentville, Nova Scotia. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to St. James Anglican Church (18 Prospect Avenue, Kentville, Nova Scotia B4N 4H7) or to the Canadian Red Cross. "When in our music God is glorified, And adoration leaves no room for pride, It is as if the whole creation cried, "Alleluia!'" Hymn 420 from The Hymnal 1982 (U.S.)
Published in The Washington Post on June 15, 2012
1966 - Delores Jean Grammer
1966 - William D Griffith Jr
1966 - Steve K Grossman - (11/1/2012) - On Thursday, November 1, 2012, STEVEN K. GROSSMAN of N. Potomac, MD. Beloved husband of Lana Sandler Grossman. Devoted father of Shaun and Lauren Grossman. Dear brother of Gerald (Carol) Grossman. Funeral services will be held on Friday, November 2, 2012, 1 p.m. at Judean Memorial Gardens Chapel, Olney, MD. Interment immediately following. Shiva will be observed on Saturday and Sunday evenings at the late residence. Memorial contributions may be made to Gift of Life Bone Marrow Foundation, www.GiftofLife.org. Arrangements entrusted to TORCHINSKY HEBREW FUNERAL HOME, 202-541-1001 (endorsed by the Rabbinical Council of Greater Washington).
1966 - Ronald Edsell Hall
1966 - Jacob A Hardaway - (3/11/2014) - JACOB A. HARDAWAY, JR. (Age 65) - On March 11, 2014 passed away peacefully at Sentera Northern Virginia Medical Center. Beloved son of Jacob A. Hardaway, Sr. (Bonnie) and the late Addie Beatrice Hardaway. Father of Jared Anthony Hardaway; brother of Faye Hardaway Shelton (Nathaniel), Rosalyn Briana Moore (Devin) and the late Beverlyn A. Hardaway Baker. Also survived by a step-brother, Milton Frederick; three nieces, Natalie F. Shelton, Jaylen C. Baker and Jacole C. Baker; three nephews, Nicholas J. Shelton, Derek J. Moore and Andrew J. Moore; many other relatives and friends. Friends will be received at 10 a.m., Thursday, March 27 at AMES FUNERAL HOME, 8914 Quarry Rd., Manassas, VA, where a funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Interment Coleman Family Cemetery, Alexandria, VA.
1966 - Wayne Hawke - Wayne died while on an art class field trip while a student at Wakefield. He was a talented artist. Shortly before his death he had painted a mural in the staircase of the old building. It remained as a memorial for decades.
1966 - John Michael "Mike" Hayden - (6/2/1999) - Age 51, of Wellington,FL passed away on June 2, 1999. He moved to the West Palm Beach, Florida area in 1981. "Mike" leaves behind his loving partner, Mary R. McCutcheon and extended family members; Dave, Ivonne, granddaughter, Amanda; Chris, Melissa and Cory McCutcheon. Also, Hilon Smith, Stewart and Carolina Denholtz and Chuck Patton, all of PBG area. Also, surviving one Sister, Pat & Jim Champlin, and two brothers: Joe Jennings and Paul Hayden.
A Memorial Meeting will be held Saturday, June 12th, 10: 30am at The First Unitarian Church, 635 Prosperity Farms Rd., North Palm Beach. All friends are welcome to celebrate his life and loving spirit.
Contributions may be made to the Hospice of Palm Beach County who lovingly cared for "Mike" and his family during his illness.
1966 - John William Heid - (10/19/2003) - HEID, John William, age 55 of Maryville, died Sunday, October 19, 2003. He was a member of the Council at Alcoa Maryville Church of God, was a veteran of the U. S. Army, Scoutmaster for Troop 88 and an American Society of Civil Engineers Fellow and an Institute of Transportation Engineers Fellow.
Mr. Heid was preceded in death by his parents, Edward and Virginia Heid.
Survivors include: wife, Liz; sons, JJ and Michael. Ed and Donna Heid and Jerry Heid of VA, Bob and Joan Heid of Maryland, and Emmy Heid and Jean Shorrock of Rhode Island, Millie and Graeme Sieber and Marvin and Susie Beard of Maryville, Taylor and Kathie Beard of VA, Bob and Jean Beard of CA, loving extended family and friends.
Interment service for the family will be at 9:00 a.m. Saturday, October 25, at New Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery. A memorial service will be at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, October 25, at New Providence Presbyterian Church with receiving of friends following.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the John W. Heid Memorial Fund benefitting Boy Scout Troop 88 at New Providence Presbyterian Church, 703 W. Broadway, Maryville, TN 37801.
1966 - Anita Ielene Helton - (1/12/1990) - Burial W R Clark Memorial Cemetery, Jackson County, MI
1966 - Robert B Herrell - (5/21/1999)
1966 - John O Herrman
1966 - Frederick E "Fred" Hitzeman - (11/20/1991)
1966 - William Charles Ingram - (12/5/2009) - HOPKINS -
Inurnment for William Charles Ingram will be held 1: 00 p.m. Wednesday
in Fort Jackson National Cemetery. Friends and family are invited to
attend a "Celebration of Life" on this evening from 6-9 at 220 Grant
Road, Hopkins Sc. Leevy's Funeral Home, Taylor Street Chapel, is in
charge. Mr. Ingram departed this life peacefully in Dorn VA Medical
Center on Saturday, December 5, 2009. He was born in Oakland, CA, and
graduated from Wakefield High School, Arlington, VA, in 1966. Mr.
Ingram attended the University of South Carolina and served in the U.S.
Army in Vietnam from 1969-1971. He had resided in Columbia since 1980.
Surviving are his sisters, Joyce F. Oleson, of Decatur, IL, and Judith 1. Hull, of Vienna, VA; his former wife, Betty Brantley; stepsons, Pete (Tina), Mickey (Tina), and Dickey (Melissa) Brantley; nine grandchildren, one great-grandchild, and a host of other loving relatives and friends.
SGT US Army, Vietnam. Buried Fort Jackson National Cemetery, Columbia, SC - Sec 3 Site 414
1966 - Carroll Sherwood "Jupiter" Jones - (2016) - Jupiter Jones to his friends and to the wide world of skiing showed up at Steamboat Powdercats one day with a box full of pinwheels, the cheap children's toys that blow in the wind. It left Steve Roth, operations manager for Powdercats, positively stumped. What place did the toys have in the backcountry skiing business? Jones had a plan, though, and days after placing the pinwheels, which sparkled in the sun, on one of the most exposed Buffalo Pass runs, it became clear. "He pointed them at (Steamboat Ski Area), and sure enough, you could see them, glittering over there," Roth said.
"He was a pioneer of the whole snowcat thing. He was a special skier, and he loved the sport." Mike RakowskiSteamboat Powdercats guide That glittering caught the notice of other skiers; then, they noticed the ski tracks that weaved down the distant slope. They couldn't help but ask, "How do you get to ski that?" Birth of the Powdercats.
The answer was Jones' company, Steamboat Powdercats, a revolutionary idea for its time, one that allowed skiers into the powder fields of Buffalo Pass, then mostly untouched by crowds of snowmobilers and skiers. "He'd come in with these ideas, and you'd just always think, 'How did you ever think of that?'" Roth said. "He spent like $3 on those pinwheels, but it was great advertising. That's some of the stuff he'd pull off." Jones, who moved from Steamboat Springs about 10 years ago, died late last month at 68 years old, but he left a legacy of powder skiing in his longtime hometown, Steamboat. Jones and his then-wife Barbara started Powdercats in 1983. It still flourishes more than three decades later, an idea ahead of its time. In the years since, backcountry skiing has gone from an expensive niche to a thriving vein of the ski industry, with fat skis and Alpine touring bindings all adapted to make it easier. "It was the beginning of the snowcat era," said Mike Rakowski, who started guiding for the company in 1989. He still guides for Powdercats and maintained a close friendship with Jones, even after he sold the company in 1999. "He was one of the first ones to do it," Rakowski said. "The way it all started, he went heli-skiing in Canada and thought, 'Our snow is better in Steamboat.'"
Those first years were interesting. Jones and Roth were using snowcats antiquated by today's standards to carve out winter roads on Buffalo Pass to allow access for their snowcats and, in turn, for tourists to ski the plentiful powder in the area. There were hairy moments on the top of knife's edge ridges and watching avalanches cascade down nearby slopes, and there was plenty of sweat involved with shoveling out those roads by hand. The skiing, too, took some getting used to for visitors equipped with skis far narrower than the wide powder planks that dominate in today's backcountry. "A lot of people were intimidated, because it was bottomless powder," Roth said. "It's a completely different way of skiing, so you had to teach them." Jones proved the right man for the job. He was described as personable and entertaining, with a child's wonder and playfulness "like a 6-month old black Lab," Roth said but also with a steady hand when it mattered most. "It took a lot to make him panic or rock his boat," Roth said. "He was about as level-headed as you could get, but he was a character, that's for sure." Barbara kept the operation running while Jupiter took care of the skiing, and they built a company that thrived on customers coming once, then again and again to quench their powder thirst.
"I think it took someone special to do it," Rakowski said. "He had that grin that you dream about, a smile every day, skiing, having fun and telling jokes all day. He was a pioneer of the whole snowcat thing. He was a special skier, and he loved the sport." The daily maintenance that came with owning the business eventually burned Jones out, and he sold the company in 1999. He left Steamboat several years later, eventually remarrying, to Laura de la Vega, and moving to Mexico, where he most recently lived in the coastal town of Loreto on the Baja California peninsula. "He was just a good, entertaining man," said Rakowski, who stayed in touch with Jones through it all. Jones had dealt with cancer in recent years, and his health had continued to decline recently. Rakowski said they last talked six weeks ago. "We talked about sailboats," he said. "He was always really into the ocean." He was also always really into skiing and took some of the biggest names in the sport out on his snowcats, from Olympians, such as local legend Moose Barrows, to industry leaders, like filmmaker Warren Miller, a longtime friend. "He made a name for himself," Rakowski said. "Everyone knew about Jumpin' Jupiter Jones."
Posted on Friday, 11th November 2016
Carroll Sherwood "Jupiter" Jones - 1948 - 2016 - Arthur and Evelyn Jones were so amazed by the activity of their soon-to-be-born chlld, they called him "Holy Jumping Jupiter". . . and instead of his given name, he was always called Jupe. Though born in Washington DC, and raised in nearby Virginia, Jupiter pursued a career in teaching, understanding how difficult it can be for some, and earned his Masters in Special Education at Greeley. He fell in love with the West, joined ski patrols at Jackson, A-Basin and Steamboat Springs.
1966 - Vaughn Spencer Keene - (9/30/2011) - SFC, U.S. Army (Ret.).
Sgt. Vaughn Spencer Keene, age 64, died on September 30, 2011 in Arlington, VA. He was a resident of Fredericksburg, VA.
Vaughn was a Sergeant First Class, United States Army 1992, and Cook for the Soldiers Home in Washington, D.C. He attended Wakefield High School, Arlington VA.
He is survived by his children, Lt.Col. Tanya Bradsher and Troy Keene; his grandchildren, Charlotte Bradsher, Catherine Bradsher, and Christine Bradsher, Gabby Keene, Troy Keene, Jr. and Brady Keene; and his siblings, William Keene, Teresa Keene, Steven Keene and Jackie Lynah. Services were held Friday at the Mount Zion Baptist Church, Arlington, VA.
(The Washington Post, Washington, D.C., October 5, 2011).
1966 - Jacqueline Delores Kenney Peyton - (12-18-2015) - Born on September 20, 1948 in Washington, D.C., she was affectionately called Jackie by all her friends. Jackie was the foster child of the late Rachel Corbin and the late Blanch and Leon Reed of Arlington, V A. Her cousin Ruth Burton and Blanch's late daughter Marie and Marie's late husband Earl Smith, were all instrumental in her child rearing. Her biological mother was the late Aretha Kenney Parks of Arlington, V A and her biological father was the late James E. Hall
She graduated from Wakefield High School, Arlington, Virginia in 1966. Her work career began at an early age. She worked in the private industry with British Airways and Lockheed before joining the Federal Government. She retired from the U.S. Geological Survey in 2006 as a Cartographer. She loved working in computer graphics so much that after her retirement she turned it into a hobby; making various cards, presentation materials, crafts, and sewing and quilting projects.
In 1967, Jackie married William R Peyton, Jr. and to this union, 3 sons were born; Kevin Andre' ('Buster'), Russell Jerome and Damon Leon.
After her husband suffered a massive stroke in 1999, she relocated to Frederick, Maryland, to live near her son Kevin; there she united with First Baptist Church of Frederick. She loved her church family and they loved her. She helped in any area of the church where she was needed. She also worked diligently with the homeowners association and the property management company where she lived. She met so many wonderful people in Frederick that remained friends long after she moved back to Virginia.
She joined Queen Esther Chapter #2, Order of The Eastern Star, in Frederick, MD on June 19,2004. As a member she held various positions including Chairman of Trustees, several Star points, and Treasurer. Sister Peyton worked on several fundraising activities as well as community service projects. Her presence will be missed by the members of Queen Esther Chapter #2. Sister Peyton is the epitome of what an Easter Star should be. She is truly her Sister's keeper. Her character matches perfectly with the red point of the Eastern Star. Whose virtue is: To Love one another. She is truly Fairest Among Thousands Altogether Lovely.
In May of2014, God placed her and William in the Arbor Terrace Independent Living Community in Herndon, Virginia. She loved participating in the many activities that were provided and the fellowship with her neighbors. This was a true God thing! Because, she felt in her heart she needed to be near her boys and back in Virginia. However, not long after moving there, she was diagnosed with lung cancer attributed to non-smokers. The kindness of the staff and residents at Arbor Terrace was a blessing to her during her illness. She loved them all.
In addition to William, she leaves to cherish her memory; her pride and joy: her three devoted and loving sons: Kevin (Connie), Russell (Yani) and Damon (girlfriend, Melanie); her sweethearts: four Grandchildren, Kyle, Madalyn ('Maddi'), Eliana and Donovan; one Aunt, Geraldine Kenney, a very special loving and caring Sister, Delores Downing, Sisters: Daphne Hall Ruffner (Earl), Iris Hall Hunter, Kelly Hall Clemons, Inez Parks, Marcia Parks, and Gwendolyn Parks. Brothers: Carl Green Robinson (Ronnie), Vernon Kenney (Dorice), and Herman Curtis Parks, Jr. (Tashia) and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
1966 - Lana Jean Kerney Smutzler - (11/9/2004)
1966 - George Eugene Klutts - (7/21/1995)
1966 - Danny C Knoblock - (12/21/2002) - On Saturday, December 21, 2002, DANIEL C. KNOBLOCK of Falls Church, VA. Devoted father of Jolie Danielle Hile of Chiboygan, MI; dear son of Charles and Norma Knoblock of Arlington, VA and loving brother of Steve E. Knoblock, also of Arlington. Private family services have been held. Expressions of sympathy in his memory may be made to the American Heart Association.
Published in The Washington Post on Dec. 22, 2002
Buried Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington, VA Section I
1966 - Jack Kronenburg III - - Died in June 1978
1966 - Dillian E Lafferty - (1/28/2004) - On January 28,2004 of Fairfax, VA. Beloved husband of Kathryn K. Lafferty; son of Eugene and Dreama Lafferty. Also survived by his brothers and sister, Gary Lafferty, Anita Allen and Roger Lafferty. A memorial service and inurnment will be held at Arlington National Cemetery on February 10, 2004 at 2 p.m. (please assemble at the Administration Building one half hour prior to service time). In lieu of flowers, contributions in Mr. Lafferty's memory may be made to American Cancer Association and Old Dominion University Foundation, 129 Koch Hall, Norfolk, VA 23529.
Buried Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington VA 6 MM Row 13 Site 1 Published in The Washington Post on Feb. 1, 2004
1966 - Elaine Renee Lagace - (10/1/1993)
1966 - Thomas E "Tommy" Legge - (8/15/2017) - Wrestling Coach Thomas Earl Legge passed away at Brookside Nursing Home August 15, 2017, from dementia. Tommy was a wonderful and loving husband, father, and grandfather. He is survived by his loving wife of 43 years Marty, daughters Teresa (Jimmy) and Tracy (David), grandchildren Kyla, Brynn, and Kash, his best friend of 59 years Roger Rinker (Judi), and the entire Rinker Family. He is also survived by siblings Roger Davis (Shirley), Bobbi Legge (Spencer), Jim Legge (Susan), Chris Legge, and numerous nieces and nephews.
There will be a celebration of Tommy's life at A. L. Bennett and Son Funeral Home, 200 Butternut Drive, Fredericksburg, on August 30, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Tommy, a Vietnam veteran, will be buried in a private ceremony at Quantico Cemetery on August 31 at 11:00 a.m. with full military honors.
In lieu of flowers please make a donation to Brookside Nursing Home and Rehab, 614 Hastings Lane, Warrenton, VA 20186-2110, or Hospice.
1966 - Joan D Levere
1966 - James E Lewis - (1/30/2013) - James Lewis lawyer, labor adviser - James Lewis, 64, a lawyer and labor and employee relations adviser with several federal agencies, died Jan. 30 at Virginia Hospital Center in Arlington of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. He lived in McLean.
His wife, Angela Lewis, confirmed the death.
Mr. Lewis retired in 2011 after more than 30 years of federal service. His last assignment was a one-year stint with the Navy Department in Naples.
1966 - Lenora F Lewis Russell - (6/10/2001)
1966 - Eddie A Lochridge - (10/31/2005) - On October 31, 2005 EDWARD ARVID LOCHRIDGE; beloved husband of Joyce E. Lochridge; devoted father of Lisa Marie Pruitt; loving son of Kathleen Lochridge; cherished grandfather of Danie'l Pruitt and Nicholas Pruitt; dear brother of William O. Lochridge. Cremation Services private. A Memorial Service will be conducted in the Zion United Church of Christ, 7146 Golden Ring Road, Baltimore, MD 21221 on Wednesday, at 11 A.M. Arrangements by the Bruzdzinski Funeral Home, of Essex.
1966 - Virginia L "Ginny" Lootens Martell – 3/2/2015 – Ginny died at her home in Rural Retreat, VA.
1966 - Tschann Mashburn - (5/5/1970) - Captain U.S. Army, Vietnam War-Capt. Mashburn was killed in action on 5-5-1970 when his helicopter was shot down while serving as a Pilot with Co. D of the 158th Assault Helicopter Battalion, 101st Airborne Division. Captain Mashburn started his tour of Vietnam on 5-30-1968. He was almost done.
He is the son of Mr. & Mrs. Mashburn of Alexandria, Virginia, and a 1966 graduate of the Alexandria School System.
Awards: Purple Heart Medal, Pilot Wings, Air Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with One Service Star, Vietnam Campaign Medal, National Defense Service Medal. (bio by: David C. Henderson)
Note: US ARMY, Date interred: 5/15/1970
Burial: Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA - Plot: Section 10 Site 11138
1966 - Paul Maskalenko - (12/31/2000) - Buried Lakeside Cemetery, Navajo Co, AZ
1966 - Robert A "Bob" McFarland - (4/4/2013) - (Age 64) - On Thursday, April 4, 2013, Bob McFarland of Arlington, VA passed away. Beloved husband of Debbie McFarland. Loving father of Brian McFarland and his wife, Tonya and Amy Adams and her husband, Mark. Grandfather of Alec, Gage and Noah. Nephew of Margie and Charles Farmer and Pat Hodgin. Cousin of Debbie and Chris Reynolds. Also surviving are his life-long and dear friends, Ruth Donohue, Mary and Bruce Brown and their children, Jenny, Egidijus, Emily and Tom; as well as his brother-in-law, Rev. Daniel S. Spychala and sister-in-law, Donna Spychala and her family. The family will be receiving friends at the Murphy Falls Church Funeral Home, 1102 West Broad St. (Rt. 7) on Sunday April 7, 2013 from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Funeral services will be held at the Falls Church Presbyterian Church, 225 E. Broad St., Falls Church, VA 22046 at Monday, April 8 at 10:30 a.m. Interment Columbia Gardens Cemetery. Contributions may be made in Bob's name to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, www.nationalmssociety.org
1966 - Patrick J McGrath - (5/21/2007)
1966 - Dean G Murphy - (10/21/2015) ROSEBORO - Mr. Dean Gordon Murphy, 67, of 161 Lark Hill Lane, died Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2015, at his home. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 1, at Freedom Biker Church, 455 Rock Hill Road, Fayetteville. Mr. Murphy is survived by his sister, Leslie Murphy of Fayetteville and brother Kevin Murphy of Fayetteville. In lieu of flowers the family request that donations be made to Freedom Biker Church, 659 Maxwell Rd., Autryville, N.C., 28318.
Published in The Sampson Independent from Oct. 27 to Oct. 28, 2015
1966 - Rosemary Nance
1966 - Stephen B Naylor - (3/1/2006)
1966 - Jeff Nightingale - (1/2/1966) - Buried National Memorial Park, Falls Church, VA - plot GG-541-3
1966 - Charles Russell "Lucky" Nixon Jr - (1/15/2011) - Passed away on Saturday, January 15, 2011 at Mary Washington Hospital. He was a veteran of the United States Navy. Lucky was a member of the Aquia Harbour Host Lions Club, Elks Lodge #2355 in Woodbridge, Moose Lodge #2165 in Woodbridge and American Legion Post #290 in Stafford. Lucky was famous for saying "It will all work out".
Lucky is survived by his son, Russell Hager Nixon; his former wife and continued close friend, Sandra Broadhurst; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, January 22 at Mullins & Thompson Funeral Service, Stafford Chapel. Services will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, January 23 at the funeral home. Interment will follow in Columbia Gardens Cemetery in Arlington. Online condolences may be made at mullinsthompsonstafford.com
Published in The Washington Post on Jan. 21, 2011
1966 - Mary E Olson Ryan - (9/14/2005) - Mary Olson Ryan, 57, of Marietta died Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2005. Services will be 1 p.m. today at Johnson Ferry Baptist Church with the Rev. Art Wilder officiating. Burial will be in Arlington Memorial Park cemetery. Mrs. Ryan was a flight attendant for Delta for 32 years and a member of Johnson Ferry Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband, Eric Ryan; and three sons, Chase Ryan, Garrett Ryan, and Kyle Ryan. H.M. Patterson & Son, Canton Hill Funeral Home in Marietta is in charge of arrangements.
1966 - Shelia Travis Payne Curry - (3/20/2015) - Shelia Travis Curry, 67, of Winchester, Virginia, died Friday, March 20, 2015 in the University of Virginia Medical Center, Charlottesville, Virginia.
Mrs. Curry was born October 19, 1947 in Winchester, Virginia, daughter of James T. Payne and Lula Juanita Ross Levesque. She worked as a CNA and Medical Technician at Westminster- Canterbury in Winchester. She was a member of John Mann United Methodist Church, Winchester, VA; John Mann United Methodist Women's; editor of Platinum Senior Ministry; honored as the United Methodist Woman of the Year; and a coordinator for community based church activities. She married Lawrence Curry on December 27, 1984. Surviving with husband and mother, both of Winchester, VA, are a son, Samuel \]\1. Butler, III and his wife, Anita, of Martinsburg, WV; granddaughter, Brittany Butler of Winchester, VA; two sisters, Stephanie Curry of Winchester, VA and Audrey Dillard of Alexandria, VA; a special friend, Dennis Carter of Myrtle Beach, SC; four step-sons, Bruce Curry, Lawrence Curry, Jr., Lester Curry and Raymond Curry; and a host of grandchildren.
A funeral service will be held 12 p.m. Thursday, March 26, 2015 at Enders & Shirley Funeral Home Chapel, Berryville, with Rev. James Page, Jr. officiating. Burial will follow in Westview Cemetery, Upperville, VA.. Pallbearers will be Ronald Veney, Jr., Tad Reid, Leroy Ross, Curtis Goss, Paul Ross and Ellis Ross. Honorary pallbearers will be Eric Melkerson, Clyde Williams, Mike Morrison, Lester Curry and Ross White. The family will receive friends from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. prior to the service at the funeral home.
1966 - Daniel J Perry - (10/1/2014)
1966 - William K Russell
1966 - James Harlan Schafer - (9/1/2011) - WEST COLUMBIA—Services for James Harlan Schafer, 62, will be held at 3 p.m. Friday, September 2, 2011, at First Baptist Church West Columbia, officiated by Rev. Dr. Bill Drees and Rev. Dr. Lonnie Shull. Interment will follow in Mt. Tabor Lutheran Church Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6 until 8 p.m. Thursday at Thompson Funeral Home of Lexington. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to First Baptist Church West Columbia, Bus Fund, P.O. Box 4898, West Columbia, SC 29171 or to the Pee Dee Land Trust, P.O. Box 4, Darlington, SC 29540.
Mr. Schafer went to be with his Lord Wednesday, August 31, 2011. Born in Bushnell, IL, he was a son of the late Dr. and Mrs. Edward Joseph Schafer. He graduated cum laude from American University in Washington, DC; and received his Master's of Public Administration from a consortium at the Universities of Alabama, Tennessee and Kentucky. Mr. Schafer worked in Rock Hill at the Catawba Regional Planning Council (1972-1980), General Services Director for Florence County (1980-1988), Darlington County Administrator (1988-1998), and Information Technology Manager for the County of Lexington (1998-current). He was a deacon, Sunday School teacher, RA leader, and Sanctuary Choir member at First Baptist Church West Columbia. He was also a Gideon and an avid gardener and cook. Surviving are his wife, Amelia Taylor Schafer; son, Edward Joseph Schafer and wife, Anna; daughter, Emily Schafer Whitehead and husband, Weave; grandchildren, Amelia Whitehead, Weaver Whitehead, Hugh Whitehead and James Harlan Schafer II.
The family would like to thank the staff at Lexington Medical Center, Dr. Tripp Jones and Dr. Anne Hutchison and South Carolina Oncology Associates; and the doctors and staff at the Bone Marrow Transplant Center at Hollings Cancer Center in Charleston.
Family and friends may sign online guest book at www.thompsonsfuneral.com.
Published in The State on September 1, 2011
Burial: Mount Tabor Cemetery, West Columbia, SC
1966 - Thomas E Seay - (12/20/1997) - Accountant and farmer
Thomas Edward Seay, 49, of Warrenton died of cancer Dec. 20, 1997, at Fauquier Hospital.
Born Oct. 14, 1948, in Arlington, Mr. Seay was a partner in the Washington, D.C.-based accounting firm of Bond Beebe. He and his wife Linda also owned and resided at a beef cattle farm in Warrenton.
Mr. Seay graduated from Wakefield High School in Arlington in 1966 and was a 1971 accounting graduate of Benjamin Franklin University in Washington, D.C. He joined Bond Beebe in 1971 and became an authority on employee benefits, spending much of his time auditing labor unions. He was a frequent speaker at the George Meany Center for Labor Studies. He was a past chairman of the accountants committee of the International Foundation of Employee Benefits.
His hobbies included restoring antique automobiles and participating in blackjack tournaments in Las Vegas.
He is survived by his wife, Linda M. Seay of Warrenton; two sons, Donald C. Seay of Falls Church and Christopher N. Seay of Warrenton; a daughter, Jennifer C. Chatman of Centreville, and a grandson.
Services took place Dec. 22 at Everly Funeral Home in Fairfax and on Dec. 23 at Fairfax United Methodist Church. Interment was in National Memorial Park in Falls Church. Memorial contributions may be made to the Warrenton Volunteer Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 3370, Warrenton, Va. 20188, or to the American Cancer Society.
1966 - Clarence J Smith - (6/1/2010) - Clarence Jerome Smith Clarence Jerome Smith, the first child of Annie B and the late Clarence Edward Smith was born on October 30, 1947 in Durham, NC. Clarence was known as Smitty or Jerry by his family and friends. He was raised in Clarksville, VA. He departed this life on June 1, 2010 to reunite with his father and be with the Lord. In the early years, Clarence was baptized at Cedargrove Baptist Church. When the family moved to Arlington, VA he joined Macedonia Baptist Church. He attended other religious services. He was a devoted Christian. Clarence graduated from Wakefield High School in 1965. He also attended Virginia Sate University in Petersburg, VA. He entered the United States Army and served in Vietnam. Clarence received the Purple Heart in July 1969, the Hero Ground Combat Bronze Star Medal and 3 Army accommodations medals. He honorable discharged in 1970. In 1972 he met Morris Evangeline Bowers, and married in 1973. They were blessed with daughter Tionne and son Eric, and 4 grandchildren, Brayden, Kaiden, Kaia and Trey. He worked many years in Sheet Metal and continued to work at Safeway for over 20 years. He never missed an opportunity to bring his beloved wife "Van" flowers and he would share his last dollar with family and friends. He was a devoted husband, father, brother, son, a special grandfather and a loyal friend. He was respected by all, and will always be remembered for his kindness and loving manner. Family will receive friends on Wednesday, June 9, 2010 from 2 to 4pm and 6 to 8pm at Miller Funeral Home, 3200 Golansky Blvd, Woodbridge. Funeral service will be held on Thursday, June 10, 2010 for lOam in the Miller Funeral Home Chapel. Followed by interment at Quantico National Cemetery. To offer the family condolences please visit www.millerfuneralhome.net
1966 - Ralph Snoots - (10/1/1993) - Buried Columbia Gardens Cemetery
1966 - Jerry F Southard - (8/16/2009) - Jerry F. Southard (Age 62) of Manassas, Virginia died Sunday, August 16, 2009 at Prince William Hospital, Manassas. Mr. Southard was born August 16, 1947 in Alexandria, Virginia, son of the late Edgar W. Southard, Sr. and Worth Harris Southard. He was a member of Calvary Methodist Church, Arlington and a member of the Disabled American Veterans, Manassas. Mr. Southard was a U.S. Army veteran. Survivors include his loving wife, Arlys M. Southard; one daughter, Melissa A. Southard; one sister, Miriam Schneiderheinze; twin brother, Gary B. Southard and brother, Edgar W. Southard, Jr. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m., Thursday, August 20, 2009 at Pierce Funeral Home, 9609 Center Street, Manassas where funeral services will be held 2 p.m., Friday, August 21,2009 with Rev. Meredith McNabb officiating. Interment 12 Noon, Tuesday, August 25,2009 at Quantico National Cemetery, Triangle, Virginia with Military Honors. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may take the form of contributions to American Heart Association, P.O. Box 5216, Glen Allen, Virginia 23058-5216 or Disabled American Veterans, P.O. Box 14301, Cincinnati, Ohio 45250 in memory of Jerry F. Southard. Condolences may be sent to: www.piercefh.com .
Published in The Washington Post on Aug. 19, 2009
1966 - Larry W Strother - (4/20/1996) - Buried Prospect Hill Cemetery, Front Royal, VA
1966 - Stephen M Sydnor - (10/19/2010) - On Tuesday, October 19, 2010 at his residence. Stephen M. Sydnor, Jr., devoted husband of Pamela J. Sydnor; father of Stephen M. Sydnor III, Sean S. Sydnor, Apryl E. Sydnor and Andraea M. Sydnor and Terry (Rhonda) Dillard. He is also survived by five grandchildren; three sisters-in-law; numerous nieces and one nephew; one aunt; one uncle; other relatives and many friends. Mr. Sydnor will lie in state at St. John's Baptist Church, 1905 Columbia Pike, Arlington, VA on Saturday, October 23, from 10 a.m. until time of Funeral Service at 11 a.m. Rev. John Nicholas, Jr., officiating. Interment Pleasant Valley Memorial Park. Memorial contributions may be made to St. John's Baptist Church. Arrangements by CHINN-BAKER. -
1966 - Donna Marie Tabor Walls -Randall - (5/1/2010)
1966 - Andrew James Tenney - (4/12/1997)
1966 - Allen Palmer Thomas
1966 - Ronald J "Ron" Unger - (1/15/2013) - On Tuesday, January 15, 2013 of Fairfield, PA, formerly of Arlington, VA. A graduate of Wakefield High School, Class of '66, Ron later served Northern Virginia as a funeral director at Arlington Funeral Home, Murphy Funeral Home and most recently Jefferson Funeral Chapel. Ron was also a past president of the Arlington Host Lions Club. He is survived by his beloved wife, Jillane Sowers Unger; sons, Ronald J. Unger, Jr. and William Michael Long (Jenn); brother, Norman G. Unger and granddaughters, Michaela and Sophia Long. Relatives and friends may call at Jefferson Funeral Chapel, 5755 Castlewellan Dr., Alexandria, VA on Friday, January 18, 2013 from 3 p.m. until time of service at 6 p.m. and again at St. John Lutheran Church, 13 East Main St. Fairfield, PA on Saturday from 12 Noon until time of service at 2 p.m. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins.
Published in The Washington Post on Jan. 17, 2013
1966 - Tommy Vandelinde - (8/22/2013) - Tommy A. VandeLinde Virginia Beach - Tommy A. VandeLinde, 65, of Virginia Beach, VA passed away at his residence in DeLand, FL on August 22, 2013. He was born in Madison, WV on May 30, 1948. He was a telephone service technician with Verizon for 45 years. He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Jackie; children Maddie, Tamara, Cindy, Tommy and Cody; grandchildren Mason, Chase and Shannon, and sister Anna Mae VandeLinde. He was preceded in death by daughter Shannon. Services and burial were held in DeLand, FL on August 27. A celebration, "Remembering Tom," will be held at Little Island Park, Shelter #4, from 12 until 2 p.m. on Saturday, September 14. All friends and family are invited to join.
1966 - Jerome A Voss - (4/6/1996) - After battling cancer for three years, Jerome A. Voss, 47, Associate Professor of Anthropology at Michigan State University since 1977, passed away April 6, 1996. Born on May 11, 1948 in Alexandria, VA. Jerry graduated from Wakefield High School and earned his BA with high honors from Michigan State University in 1970. He received a master's degree in Sociology from Cornell University and a master's degree and PhD (1980) in Anthropology from the University of Michigan. He also taught at the University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg. Jerry is survived by his wife of 26 years, Patricia; son, Geoffrey, 21; daughter, Anna 16; grandson, Alexander 2; and his parents, Alberta and Fordyce Voss of Hendersonville, NC.
JEROME A VOSS, 47, of the Michigan State U Department of Anthropology, died at his home on April 6, 1996, after a three-year war against cancer. Voss was a man with an extraordinary capacity for making and sustaining friendships. The wide range of his friends reflected the broad scope of his interests. A man with a rigorous and demanding intellect, Voss was appalled by intellectual snobbery and pretension. Voss was associated with Michigan State U since he and his high school sweetheart, Patty, came to East Lansing as freshmen in 1966. He received his BA in anthropology with highest honors (1970), was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and received the Michigan State U Board of Trustees Award for graduating second in his class. He and his wife were married soon after their graduation from college. Voss went on to earn his MA and PhD in anthropology from U Michigan. Voss returned to Michigan State as a member of the faculty from 1977 until 1981. He taught in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at U Southern Mississippi (1981-1986), where he served as Anthropology Program Coordinator, returning to Michigan State in 1986. Voss's publications in archaeology reflect his incorporation of theoretical perspectives from a variety of social sciences into his analyses.
His interest in Paleo-Indian adaptations materialized in a spatial analysis of the Barnes site in Michigan. For his doctoral dissertation, Voss brought his analytic skills to bear on the Neolithic TRB culture of northwestern Europe, applying rigorous quantitative approaches to issues of social organization and change. The incorporation of ethnographic and ethnohistoric data led Voss to an investigation of historic Choctaw adaptations and, together with his TRB ceramic work, stimulated an interest in the archaeological analysis of style. Drawing on insights from social psychology, he recently coauthored a book chapter, "Style and the Self," a bold attempt to synthesize various facets of stylistic theory as they relate to information in donor-recipient interactions. Voss's last research project was an ethnohistorical investigation of utopian communities in Michigan.
Although he was an excellent researcher, Voss was, above all, a teacher. He loved being in the classroom and relished teaching. For him, the 4-field approach was not a debate; it was a fact. His passion for his field was contagious, and he inspired students ranging from entering freshmen to advanced graduate students. The anthropology graduate students selected Voss for the department's 1996 Outstanding Teacher Award. Voss's deep commitment to fostering high quality education at Michigan State led him to dedicate much time to serving on key curriculum committees on the departmental, college and university levels, and he played a major role guiding Michigan State through a difficult period of transition to a semester system. Voss brought a refreshing voice of reason to academic debate. Jerry Voss was a scholar with a passion for teaching. He was a man of integrity, modesty, unfailing good humor and extraordinary courage. Voss is survived by his wife, son Geoffrey, daughter Anna and grandson Alexander. (William Lovis and Fredric Roberts)
1966 - Neil David Wakeman - (6/15/1996)
1966 - Frank P Walsh
1966 - John Stephen "Steve" Waters - (5/14/2015) - Beloved local orthopedic surgeon, John Stephen Waters, M.D., commonly known to friends and family as Steve, died unexpectedly Thursday, May 14th at his beach condominium in Crescent Beach, FL.
Dr. Waters was born in Pensacola, Florida to Captain John Mayo Waters, U.S. Coast Guard and Peggy O'Neal Waters (both deceased) on January 9th, 1948. Their active military family moved often so he grew up in Bermuda, Miami, San Diego, Boston and Washington, D.C.
He earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology at Virginia Military Institute, graduating in 1970. While there he excelled in gymnastics, soccer and held the record in the javelin throw. He was in the United States Army, Army Reserve with an Honorable Discharge in 1976. He attended University of Florida Medical School and graduated in 1975. His Internship was in General Surgery at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee from 1975-1976. Dr. Waters returned to Gainesville where he did his Residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Florida from 1976 - 1980. Upon graduation, he and fellow orthopaedic surgeon, Dr. Clinton Bush started The Orthopaedic Center of Gainesville, which has since grown into The Orthopaedic Institute, and is now home to more than 25 surgeons. He practiced general orthopaedics and specialized in sports medicine, focusing on knee and hip replacements. In 2010 he traveled to Haiti after the earthquake to provide medical care to local residents. He was in practice for 32 years before retiring in December, 2012. During his career he practiced at Alachua General Hospital and North Florida Regional Medical Center. Dr. Waters was loved and respected by employees, patients and other members of the medical community. He knew how to be firm, decisive and kind at the same time and could always be counted on to do the right thing.
After retirement Dr. Waters became an active member of the UF Medical School Admissions and UF Medical School Alumni Boards. He enjoyed reviewing applications and interviewing potential candidates face-to-face. He always had an extra soft spot for the underdog and had a knack for seeing the potential in non-traditional hard working & talented students. In his free time he also attended to patients with orthopaedic problems at Acorn Clinic, a facility that provides free medical services for underprivileged patients.
He was a member of several professional organizations including, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American Medical Association, Florida Medical Association, Alachua County Medical Society & University of Florida Orthopaedic Society.
He was a strong supporter of education at every level, with a passion for providing access to higher education for those in need. He funded a scholarship for a UF medical student, supported the Education Foundation of Alachua County, in particular Take Stock in Children (TSIC), which provides scholarships for needy students and personally mentored and provided scholarships for his son's childhood friend, who is now in pursuit of his PhD.
He & his wife Shelley are avid supporters of the Arts in Gainesville. He was a sustaining member of the Harn Museum of Art and supported the UF School of Theater and Dance. Although Dr. Waters was an accomplished surgeon and loved caring for his patients, family was always first and foremost; everything he did was for them. Steve was a loving husband and father who was a living example of integrity, humility and strong work ethic. His home was always open to all of his children's friends, where he offered medical advice, life advice or just a welcome place to relax and have a meal. He was always the biggest supporter at any of his kids' sporting events and could be heard cheering from the stands. He was an avid Gator fan and supported the football and basketball teams since his days as a UF medical student.
He loved life and he LIVED it! He had a love for adventure on land and at sea. His passion was sailing and being on the water with family and friends. He took his boat, Meteor on yearly trips to the Bahamas and loved traveling to tropical locations where he enjoyed sailing and scuba diving. One summer he white-water rafted through the Grand Canyon for three weeks with a group of friends. He was an excellent snow skier and loved sharing these trips with family and friends. When he wasn't out on the water or traveling, he loved building and flying model helicopters and since retirement found a new love of building and flying model airplanes. He recently discovered the joy of flying his new drone and taking aerial videos of the lake behind his home.
He is survived by his wife, Shelley, his children: Kelly Lee, Art Waters (Tina), Stephanie Waters, Brandy Waters, two grandchildren: Aubrey and Chase, his sister, Sandy Waters (Kerry Buckey), his Aunt Dorothy Sarratt, several first cousins and a multitude of colleagues and friends.
A Memorial Service for Dr. Steve will be held Saturday, May 23, 2015 at 1:00 p.m., in Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 100 NE 1st Street, Gainesville. In lieu of flowers contributions can be made to the University of Florida J. Stephen Waters, M.D. Scholarship Endowment, College of Medicine. www.uff.ufl.edu/appeals/waters. Checks can also be made out to UF Foundation and note in the memo: Dr. Waters Endowment (Fund 019847), P.O. Box 14425, Gainesville, FL 32604.
1966 - Cherry Whitney - (10/22/1996) - Cherry was cremated, a plaque in he rmemory is found at the same site as her parents in National Memorial Park, Falls Church, VA
1966 - William V Widman - (10/6/1999) - SP5 US Army. Buried Riverside National Cemeteery, Riverside, CA Plot AJ H 32
1966 - Frank B Winship - (8/18/1997) - Buried Christ Casebeer Lutheran Church Cemetery, Sipesville, PA
1966 - John R Wright
1966 - Mary “Robbie” Wynens Heitzman – 1/3/2015 - Robbie
Heintzman passed on to Glory at age 65 on Jan. 3, 2015, after a
courageous battle with cancer.
She is survived by her husband Jim; two sons, Sean and Colin Donohue; and grandchildren Brandon Donohue, Cassandra Donohue and Idali Donohue. She was preceded in death by her parents Robert and Mary Alice Wynens.
Robbie had a bubbly personality and an infectious smile and made friends easily. She enjoyed travel and took friends and family all over the world. After arriving in Prescott, Arizona, in 2007, Robbie was introduced to the 1800s period costuming community. She was a charter member of the Elks Opera House Guild in Prescott as a docent. She had a strong faith in the Lord. In recent years, she was inspired to write and compose a gospel CD that has renewed the faith in many.
She will be missed, but we will see her again in His kingdom. Her request was for no services and for her body donated to science through Research for Life in Phoenix.
1966 - David D Yeatman - (1/4/1988)
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1967 - Maro Abbott - The class of '67 site lists Maro as deceased in February of 2010 but doesn't list details.
1967 - Willie C Alfred - The class of '67 site lists Willie as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Dana R Arnold
1967 - Anne Aylor Grover - The class of '67 site lists Anne as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Michael A Batiste - (10/30/2002) - BATISTE, MICHAEL A.
On October 30, 2002, after an extended illness at Washington Hospital Center. He is survived by his beloved wife, April Batiste; two children, Howard and Josephine of Washington, DC; a stepson, P. Eugene Jackson, of Landover, MD; his parents, Alvin and Mary Batiste of Arlington, VA; a sister, Sharon Batiste McEwen and her husband Walter of Alexandria, VA; and a host of extended family and friends. Viewing Saturday, November 9, from 9:30 until funeral mass, 11 a.m., at Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church, 2700 So. 19th St., Arlington, VA. Interment Bethel Cemetery, Alexandria, VA.
Published in The Washington Post from Nov. 7 to Nov. 8, 2002
1967 - James Lindley Battle - (1/27/2004)
1967 - Robert Beale - Died in August 1973
1967 - Edward A Bishop - (7/17/2002) - Died in July 2002 in New Vienna, OH
1967 - Nils "Buzz" William Boe - (2/3/2010) - Nils "Buzz" William Boe, 60, of Waialua, died Feb. 3, 2010. Born in California. General contractor; U.S. Navy veteran. Survived by wife, Barbara; daughters, Kellie and Jennifer Luke; sisters, Helene Jones and Melissa; two grandchildren. Service pending. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawaii.
1967 - Catherine Bowman - The class of '67 site lists Catherine as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Lynne Brown - (12/19/2001) - The class of '67 site lists Lynne as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Maureen O Bunch - (2/22/1998) - BUNCH -- Maureen O Bunch, age 48, a resident of Albuquerque for over 30 years, died unexpectedly on February 22, 1998. She is survived by her mother, Olga "Boots" Bunch of Arlington, VA; a sister, Sharon and her husband, Paul Helbert of Broadway, VA and their children, Valerie, Edith Cummings and Eli; and another sister, Kerian Bunch of San Rafael, CA and son, Rowland Hill. A memorial service will be held at a date to be announced. Fitzgerald and Son Funeral Directors, 3113 Carlisle NE is in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers the family requests memorials to the Animal Humane Association of New Mexico Inc., 615 Virginia SE, Albq, NM 87108 PUBLISHED ON: SUN MARCH 01, 1998 ABQ Journal Sec. Chapel, Row north
1967 - Karen Burge - The class of '67 site lists Karen as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Samuel Burgess - (10/2/2011) - Samuel C. Burgess, Sr.,
died on Sunday, October 2, 2011.
He is survived by his wife Crystal Burgess; sons Jacques Broome, Samuel Clifton Burgess, Jr., and Julius Wormley; grandchildren Jacquez Patterson, Samia Burgess, and Samuel Clifton Burgess III "Tre"; two sisters; two brothers, and other relatives and friends.
Services were held on Tuesday, October 11 at the Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Arlington, VA; Rev. Dr. James E. Victor, Jr. Pastor. Interment Pleasant Valley Cemetery.
(The Washington Post, Washington, D.C., October 9, 2011).
1967 - Arnold M Burka - (9/30/2008) - BURKA ARNOLD MARK BURKA (Age 59) Of Fairfax, VA passed away peacefully at his home on Tuesday, September 30, 2008 after a courageous battle with cancer. He graduated from Virginia Tech with a Business degree and worked most of his life in the family business in Crystal City, VA. He is survived by his wife, Karen Foster Burka; his daughter, Sarah Elisabeth Burka; his son, Mark Benjamin Burka; his mother Florence S. Burka; his brother, Steven Alan Burka; sister-in-law, Joan MacDonald Burka and niece, Ashley Paige Burka. Arnold was preceded in death by his father, Ellis Louis Burka and brother, Martin Neil Burka. He will be remembered for his devotion to his children and family. Arnold left behind many wonderful friends and family members. He was loved and will be truly missed. Graveside services will be held at Adas Israel Cemetery, 1400 Alabama Ave., SE, Washington, DC on Friday, October 3, at 11 a.m. Arrangements by HINES-RINALDI FUNERAL HOME, INC., under Jewish Funeral Practices Committee of Greater Washington Contract.
1967 - Robert Burke - The class of '67 site lists Robert as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Kenneth Burnham - (10/20/2006) - Kenneth Burnham, age
57 of Wilton, Minnesota died Friday, October 20, 2006 at his home.
Inurnment will be in Greenwood Cemetery, Bemidji, MN under the direction of the Olson-Schwartz Funeral Home, Bemidji, MN.
Kenneth Leroy Burnham was born May 28, 1949 in Washington DC to Otto and Vera (Hendrickson) Burnham. He grew up and attended school in Arlington County, Virginia and graduated from Wakefield High School. He attended a Junior College and worked as a journeyman in carpentry. He lived and worked in Arlington County, Virginia and later moved to Wilton, Minnesota. Some of his carpentry skills were at the Mall of America doing the finish work on fancy store fronts; working in Chicago renovating old buildings into restaurants. He was quite a marksman and enjoyed doing hand leather work. He loved being outdoors, hunting and fishing. He had really good friends who he cherished and he loved his family.
He is survived by son Matthew Burnham, Olgesby, Illinois, two sisters: Christine Burnham, Thief River Falls, MN and Karen (Paul) Burgus, Newport News, VA.
Kenneth was preceded in death by his parents, Otto and Vera Burnham.
1967 - Alan "Big Al" Carter - (12/18/2008) - At the Virginia
He was an Artist and Teacher, and is survived by two daughters, Flora Stone and her husband, Jerome and Cecilia Carter; two grandchildren, Kayla & Natalie Stone; sister and brother-in-law, Shirley & Levon Chestnut; brother and sister-in-law, Alford & Alice Carter; two aunts, Luvenia Taylor & Louise Johnson; his former wife, Mae Carter, and other relatives.
Interment followed funeral services conducted at the Antioch Church of Christ, Alexandria, VA, Saturday, December 27, 2008. Burial Pleasant Valley Memorial Park, Annandale
Compulsive Painter Defied Stylistic Trends By Matt Schudel
Washington Post Staff Writer Sunday, January 11, 2009; C07
Allen D. "Big Al" Carter, an immensely productive artist who defied stylistic trends and commercial expectations to pursue his singular vision on no one's terms but his own, died Dec. 18 of complications from diabetes at Virginia Hospital Center. He was 61 and lived in Alexandria.
Mr. Carter had exhibited his works widely since the 1970s, often receiving ecstatic reviews from critics, but he was never fully comfortable with the world of art galleries and patrons. Instead, he spent 30 years teaching in alternative schools in Arlington County while compulsively drawing and painting at home.
His work is in the permanent collection of the Corcoran Gallery of Art and, during the past three years, was featured in museum exhibitions in North Carolina and Minnesota. He was also a photographer early in his career, and his photographs of elderly relatives in rural Virginia were featured at the Alexandria Black History Museum in 2007.
Mr. Carter sold some of his artwork to friends and collectors, but he was reluctant to part with much of it. Working feverishly at all hours of the day and night, he amassed a cache of thousands of paintings, drawings and collages that varied from wall-size murals to miniature watercolors that could fit in the palm of his hand. Most of his art has never been seen in public.
"He is a particular type of Washington artist," Mary Battiata wrote in The Washington Post Magazine in 2006, "someone who was understood by peers to have the promise to make it in New York, but who for one reason or another -- temperament, taste, fear, arrogance or some combination -- decided to stay here and fashion a different, quieter career and life."
Mr. Carter stood 6 feet 3 inches, weighed 340 pounds and possessed a gregarious, larger-than-life personality that made him an unforgettable character to many who knew him. He was known to one and all -- including himself -- as "Big Al" or just "Big."
He was sometimes perceived as an unschooled "outsider" artist, but in fact he had a solid education in art history and technique.
"Carter's art is protean, large-hearted, never prissy," Washington Post critic Paul Richard wrote of a 1985 exhibition at a local gallery. "Warmth pours from the walls. To walk into the gallery is to accept Big Al's embrace."
A 1990 New York Times review said his paintings "suggest boundless, uncontrollable freedom . . . [a] complex world of reality, dream and art."
Despite such acclaim, Mr. Carter did not allow his artwork to be shown in the country's art capital, New York, where he could have found greater renown and remuneration. He thought the commissions charged by art galleries were too high and broke with his longtime Washington gallery more than five years ago.
Much to the annoyance of curators and collectors, Mr. Carter did not date his paintings and offered only vague hints at when they were made. He painted on canvas, TV trays, lampshades, boat rudders and home-movie screens, and incorporated musical instruments, brushes, wood and other objects into works. He often used house paint and rummaged through trash bins behind art stores for half-used tubes of oil and acrylic paint.
He marched freely across the borderlines of artistic styles, combining abstraction and swirls of pure energy with recognizable landscapes and portraits. His strong lines reminded some viewers of modern-art pioneer Georges Rouault. Other critics likened his multimedia constructions to those of Robert Rauschenberg, but Mr. Carter thought such comparisons slighted his originality.
He often depicted themes from African American life and was exhibited alongside such renowned black artists as Romare Bearden, but Mr. Carter resisted racial labels and preferred to be called simply an "American artist."
His work sometimes featured animals, nudes, pop culture images or topical references to veterans and warfare. He also had an unexhibited series of 50 paintings based on the Holocaust.
"I paint poor and rich people and their relationships in this society," he told the Virginian-Pilot newspaper in 1997. "I paint the hungry, the homeless, war veterans, children, the powerful and the powerless. I depict pain, joy, contradictions, hope and despair."
Allen Dester Carter was born June 29, 1947, in Washington and grew up in Arlington. His parents had a church in Gainesville that Mr. Carter attended three times a week. He played football at Wakefield High School but was devoted to art from an early age, despite his parents' misgivings. In case he awoke in the middle of the night with an urge to draw, he kept sheets of paper beside his bed.
"I couldn't stop drawing," he told The Post three years ago. "Anything that was white I had to draw on it."
His only prolonged absence from the Washington region came when he moved to Ohio to attend the Columbus College of Art and Design, from which he graduated in 1970. He returned to Northern Virginia and taught at three centers for continuing and alternative education in Arlington County. In the 1990s, he moved to Fredericksburg and loaded freight trucks for a few years before moving to Alexandria and returning to his old teaching job. He retired in 2007.
At the end of his teaching day, Mr. Carter returned to his cramped house to take up his brush. He painted with astonishing speed and sometimes completed a large canvas in less than an hour. In 1982, he painted a 10-by-25-foot mural on a building on Seventh Street NW in two days.
Mr. Carter spent most of his life near Washington and did not like to travel far, except to catch fish or hunt deer with a bow and arrow. He went only as far as he could go by foot or in his undependable van. He refused to board a train, airplane or boat.
"All these things add up to an artist who was driven by his internal compass," said Steven Tepper, a Vanderbilt University official who had known Mr. Carter since the early 1990s. "We all wonder what a true artist is like. Once you meet him, you have the answer to that question."
Mr. Carter's marriage to Mae I. Carter ended in divorce.
Survivors include two daughters, Flora Stone and Cecilia Carter, both of Newport News; a sister, Shirley Chestnut of Alexandria; a brother, Alford Carter of Manassas; and two granddaughters.
"I've never been to Paris or any of those places," Mr. Carter told The Post in 1984, "but all you've got to do is just set up and paint. Art just comes naturally. You just put it down on paper. You've got to keep rolling -- just keep on rolling."
Big Al Carter’s paintings are larger than life in size and power and scope – an equal to the artist’s personality and to his reputation as a painter’s painter and to his career as a distinguished teacher and mentor to young artists.
1967 - Ame Flynn Choate - The class of '67 site lists Ame as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Francis A Cole - The class of '67 site lists Francis as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Lamont "Slow" Coleman
1967 - Edward Collins - The class of '67 site lists Edward as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Linda Cox Page - Died in March 2004
1967 - Damien A DeRoever - (4/24/2009) - DeROEVER, Damien A.
59, of Palm Harbor, died April 24. He was a contract manager for
Lockheed Martin Corp. with 20 years service. A volunteer at Richey
Elementary School; survived by wife of 30 years; 2 sons Christian and
Charles; a daughter Catherine (Seth) Wood and his mother Mary DeRoever.
Global Mortuary 727-530-3600
Published in the Tampa Bay Times from Apr. 28 to Apr. 30, 2009
1967 - Devonia Dettre Sheaffer - (6/19/2009) - Sheaffer,
Devonia Sue Dettre Of Plano died June 19, 2009 (Juneteenth) of
metastatic breast cancer. Born May 11, 1949 in Riverside, CA, she was
predeceased by parents, Maj. Gen. Rexford H. and Marjorie Ann Dettre.
Devonia graduated from U.T. Allied Health Science Center with a B.S. in
Rehabilitation Counseling. She completed course work for Masters of
Sociology at Texas Women's University. For 26 years she worked for
Collin County as a Probation Officer and Community service Coordinator.
The loving mother of two, she leaves son Gregg Bowers, his wife Denise
and their children Jesse, Shane Blake and Katelyn of West Hills, CA and
son Jeremy Dettre Sheaffer of Des Moines, IA. She is also survived by
her sister, Teri French and husband Jerry, of TN; niece Kristen
Buchheim of MA; cousins Virginia Bartley and Braden McBride of CA; her
father's widow, Betty Dettre of MS; and a plethora of friends and
co-workers. Celebration of her life will be held at Restland Funeral
Home on Monday, June 22 from 4 to 6 p.m. Because of her active
involvement and love of community service, the family suggests that, in
lieu of flowers, donations be sent to Susan G. Komen Foundation or any
non-profit agency of your choice.
Published in Dallas Morning News on June 22, 2009
1967 - Kenneth Dillard - The class of '67 site lists Kenneth as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Sarah Jane Dinsmore - (12/1/2010) - Sarah J. Dinsmore,
61, formerly of Columbia, died peacefully on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010,
in Portland, Ore., surrounded by her loving friends and family. As she
requested, she was cremated, and a celebration of Sarah’s life will be
held at 1 p.m. Jan. 2, 2011, at Oregon Ridge Park, 13401 Beaver Dam
Road, Cockeysville, Md.Sarah was born on Jan. 2, 1949, in Washington,
D.C., to Ernest F. and Lorraine Norvell Dinsmore. She grew up in Tysons
Corner, Va. She earned her bachelor’s degree in elementary education
from the University of Maryland in 1973; her master’s degree in
curriculum and instruction from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and
State University in 1976; and her MBA in management and marketing from
the University of Missouri in 1991.
She is survived by her two daughters, Emily Hall of Portland, Ore., and Pamela Hall of Chicago; three siblings, Ernest F. Dinsmore Jr. of Phoenix, Md., Susan L. Gonzalez of Chesapeake Beach, Md., and Robert F. Dinsmore of Broadway, Va.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the Oregon Humane Society, P.O. Box 11364, Portland, Ore. 97211. © 2015 Columbia Daily Tribune. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
1967 - Vincent Charles Dunbar - (10/6/1991) - Buried in Woodlawn Memory Gaardens, St. Petersburg, FL
1967 - Debbie Dyer Rosenberger - (8/7/2011)
1967 - Michael Eisler - (10/12/1991) - The class of '67 site list Michael as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Terrell "Terry" Epperson - The class of '67 site list Terry as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - William Essex - The class of '67 site list William as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Judy Fender - (9/29/2015) - Judy Fender (Judith Anne), age 66, passed on September 29, 2015 after a long and courageous battle with cancer. A life-long resident of Northern VA, Judy was known as compassionate and inspiring to her loved ones and brought joy and laughter wherever she went. Judy is survived by her son Michael Wootton and wife Pilar; three grandchildren Michael, Sonia and Victoria Wootton who were he the loves of her life, her brother John Fender and many loving family members. Her mother and best friend, Jean Williams Auldridge preceded her in death October of 2014.
Judy was born in Washington, DC, graduated from Wakefield High in 1967, went to NOVA Community College and was employed by two different Congressmen on Capitol Hill as a case worker, then with Gas Research Institute and on to Bristol Myers Squibb, serving both as Office Manager. Her other affiliations included The Literary Guild in McLean, VA, a World Religion Group and a Spanish Club. Judy was also an avid quilter, plus knitting and croqueting.
Judy will be sorely missed by all who were graced her presence. She shall continue to be blessed and to bless others in her wonderful afterlife, as she has so many others here on earth.
Service will be held at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Alexandria, VA on Saturday, October 10 at 11 a.m. Graveside service at National Memorial Park, Falls Church, VA at 1 p.m.
Published in The Washington Post on Oct. 8, 2015
1967 - Andrew Leigh "Andy" Fleming - (1/11/2015) - Andrew
Leigh Fleming, age 65, of Falls Church, VA died of lung cancer on
January 11, 2015 at Halquist Memorial Inpatient Center in Arlington, VA.
He was born on January 14, 1949 in Washington, DC. He graduated from Wakefield High School in 1967 and from George Mason University in 1980. He enjoyed a career as an Information Technology consultant and manager.
Andrew "Andy" was the beloved husband of Jean T. Fleming for 30 years, dear brother of Glenna Arsenault and her husband Thomas Arsenault, and dear uncle to Jeremy Arsenault, Stephanie Arsenault, Andrew Arsenault, Allison Dailey and Owen Dailey. Andy was cherished by many other family members and friends.
Andy was known for his wide-ranging knowledge, intellectual curiosity, sense of humor, wide smile, friendliness, perceptiveness and insight. He loved to design things.
A gathering of family and friends will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Solve ME/CFS Initiative, the American Lung Association , the American Cancer Society , the INOVA Health System, Caring Bridge, or Capital Caring Hospice. Please view and sign the family guestbook at www.funeralchoices.com.
Published in The Washington Post on Jan. 16, 2015.
1967 - Tina Forkin - (7/26/1997) - SOCIAL WORKER TINA FORKIN DIES THERAPIST BATTLED CANCER FOR 4 YEARS
Christine Anne "Tina" Forkin, a Richmond licensed clinical social worker, died Saturday after a four- year battle with breast cancer. She was 48.
Ms. Forkin had been a therapist at the Henrico Mental Health Service, where she specialized in substance abuse addiction, until 1995. She was co-developer of a pioneering use of relationship education for the mentally ill, a method she subsequently taught to other therapists across Virginia. Ms. Forkin also specialized in therapy with the elderly and those with multiple personality and borderline personality disorders. She was a founding partner of the Hanover Green Counseling Service in 1995, and was an adjunct faculty member in the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Social Work.
Ms. Forkin served as a supervisor for Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Washington before she was graduated from VCU, where she received a bachelor's degree in rehabilitative counseling in 1979. She also ran a Richmond city agency that helped find employment for the mentally retarded. She earned a master's degree in social work from VCU in 1988. She was also a member of the National Association of Social Workers, the Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation and the city's qi gong program, which teaches an ancient Chinese stress-reduction method.
Survivors include her husband, William R. Bader; her parents,
James and Miriam Forkin of Fairfax, and two brothers, James Forkin of
Alexandria and Edward Forkin of Fairfax.
Interment of ashes will be at 1 p.m, Aug. 2 at Hollywood Cemetery, followed by a 2:30 p.m. memorial service at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, 213 N. 25th St.
Memorial donations may be made to Bon Secours Hospice at St. Mary's Hospital, 5801 Bremo Road, Richmond, Va. 23226.
Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - Sunday, July 27, 1997
1967 - Carol Fuller Atkins
1967 - Pat Gard - (1/18/2016) - Patricia Sager-Dean, 66, of Stafford County died peacefully at home on Monday, Jan. 18, 2016. Pat was born on Oct. 15, 1949, in Washington, D.C. to the late John and Elva Gard, of Arlington. Pat spent many years supporting her family and was highly respected within the Defense Intelligence Security business around the world. The achievement of which she was most proud was graduating Magna Cum Laude from the University of Mary Washington with a bachelor's degree at the age of 63. Pat's greatest joys in life were her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Pat is survived by daughters Gwen Dooley (Mark), Michelle Henry (Josh) and Samantha Lyon (Alex); four granddaughters, Brittany and Rachel Dooley, and Olivia and Carter Lyon; two grandsons, Braeden and Tanner Henry; two great-granddaughters; her sister, Julia Gard-Zuzick; her beloved mother-in-law, Marie Dean; and many nieces, nephews, and in-laws.
Pat was preceded in death by her best friend and husband, Christopher Dean, as well as by her sisters, Nancy Custis and Marallyn Beatty.Pat will be missed by all who knew her.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 27, at Ebenezer United Methodist Church, 161 Embrey Mill Road, Stafford. A reception will follow after the service.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Pat's name to the American Lung Association, Donation Processing Center, Box 7000, Albert Lea, MN 56007-8001; or at lung.org.
1967 - Mary Garber Schoff - (8/5/2013) - Mary Newsom-Schoff,
59, of Reston Va., passed on Saturday, Aug. 22, 2009 from her long
battle with cancer. We want to thank all who helped in so many ways.
Despite her illness, her last days were happy.
Memorial services will be held at 4120 Sunnywood Lane (her home in Chincoteague) on Saturday, Aug.29, from 1 p.m. until. The services will conducted by family and friends. It will be a time to mourn, share memories, see old friends, heal ourselves and sing and celebrate the life of a wonderful woman. Please bring your favorite photos and stories of Mary's life to share with us.
She is survived by her two brothers, John and Jim Garber; her two children, Marty and Kim Newsom; and two grandchildren, Chase and Mercedes Newsom.
In lieu of flowers, Mary had requested donations be made to benefit animals in need. Please make donations payable to Mary Newsom-Schoff and mail to: 24509 Welsh Road Gaithersburg Md. 20882. Kim, her daughter, will be making monthly food and supply donations to the Eastern Shore Animal Shelter since direct donations pay for operating expenses and the animals do not benefit directly.
Printed and posted in the Daily Times / DelMarVaNow.com on 29aug2009.
1967 - Linda George Thomas - The class of '67 site lists Linda as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Maria "Diane" Graefe - The class of '67 site lists Diane as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - John Graupensperger - The class of '67 site lists John as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Preston Green - (6/27/2014) - Preston Cary Green, Jr.
age 67 passed away on June 27, 2014. Devoted husband of Delois Green;
beloved father of Bryant S. Green (Laurie), Preston C. Green, III, and
David L. Green (Karen).
Also survived by 3 sisters, 1 brother, 10 grandchildren many other relatives and friends.
Friends and family will be received 1pm Saturday, July 5, 2014 at Fauquier High School, 705 Waterloo Road, Warrenton, VA 20186, where a funeral service will be held at 3pm. Interment, Green Family Cemetery, Delaplane, VA. Arrangements by Ames Funeral Home, Manassas, VA.
Burial: Green Family Cemetery, Fauquier County, VA
1967 - Brooke F Gunter - (8/6/2007)
1967 - Blucher Ray Hall - (3/6/1968) - Blucher Ray Hall, Private First Class, H&S CO, 1ST BN, 26TH Marines, 3RD MARDIV, III MAF, United States Marine Corps was born June 04, 1948 and died on March 06, 1968 in Quange Tri, Vietman. He was a machine gunner. His name can be found on the on the Wall at Panel 43E, Line 19
1967 - Vernel W Hampton - (11/27/1987) - Buried Bala Cynwyd Cemetery, Montgomery Co, PA - Sanctuary of Hope 940
1967 - Jack Hayes - The class of '67 site lists Jack as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Donald Hendricks - (10/15/2013) - On Tuesday, October
15, 2013 at Fort Washington Medical Center Donald G. Hendricks; brother
of Marvella (Jerry) Smith and Sheila Brown. Also survived by two
nephews, two aunts and other relatives and friends. He may be viewed at
CHINN FUNERAL SERVICE, 2605 South Shirlington Rd., Arlington, VA 22206
on Wednesday, October 23, 2013 from 11 a.m. until time of funeral
service at 12 noon. Rev. Richard O. Green, Officiating. Interment
Quantico National Cemetery. US Army SP4, Vietnam
Published in The Washington Post on Oct. 21, 2013
1967 - Gloria Hicks Proctor - (7/23/1998) - The class of '67 site lists Gloria as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Suzanne Hileman - The class of '67 site lists Sue as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Charlynn Hodges - The class of '67 site lists Charlynn as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Roger Hollifield - The class of '67 site lists Roger as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - David Jon Hooper - (9/3/2007) - DAVID JON HOOPER (Age
57) On September 3, 2007, of Arlington, VA. He was a teacher, coach,
pacifist, friend to many and inspiration to some. Devoted son of the
late Mary Frances Hooper. He is survived by his sister, Karen Thompson
and nephew, Eric David Hooper. A memorial service will be held to honor
his life at 10 a.m. on Saturday, September 15, 2007 at ARLINGTON
FUNERAL HOME, 3901 N. Fairfax Dr., Arlington, VA.
Published in The Washington Post from Sept. 9 to Sept. 11, 2007
1967 - Craig Howerton - The class of '67 site lists Craig as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - James Michael Hufford - (7/22/2010) - The class of '67 site lists Michael as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - James Isenberg - (2/3/1971) - Buried National Memorial Park, Falls Church, VA - Plot H 324 3
1967 - John Jacobs - (8/3/2003) - The class of '67 site lists John as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - George Jeffress - The class of '67 site lists George as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Glen "Bob" Johnson - (5/13/2016) - Aug. 31, 1949-May 13, 2016 Bob Johnson, age 66 of Gardendale, passed away on Friday, May 13, 2016. He attended Church of the Highlands. He graduated from and was an avid and proud fan of The University of Alabama. Bob retired after over 40 years of service as a journalist for various media outlets, the last 14 years with the Associated Press. He is survived by his children, Robby Johnson (Becky), Michelle Johnson, and Whitney Johnson; grandchildren, Christian Johnson, Zylayah Johnson, Malik Johnson, Kayden Johnson, and Brooks Johnson; he is also survived by many friends and colleagues. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, May 18, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. from the chapel of Walker Chapel Funeral Home with Pastor Jerrel Brown and Pastor Jamil Gilleylen officiating. Interment will follow at Walker Chapel Memorial Gardens. The family will receive friends on Wednesday from 1:00-2:00 p.m. at the funeral home. Arrangements are by Walker Chapel Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens, 205-849-5000, Fultondale.
From ALReporter.com by By Brandon Moseley: Longtime political reporter Bob Johnson for the Associated Press, Birmingham Post Herald, and Montgomery Advertiser will be buried in Fultondale at Walker Chapel Funeral Home and Memorial Garden at 2:00 pm. Visitation is at 1:00 pm.
Alabama Political Reporter editor Bill Britt said, "Bob is gone from this life but not from the hearts of those who knew him. His spirit lives on at the State House, in the men and women who learned from him and those who did not but want to be honest journalist. He is missed but will never be forgotten.
Voice of Alabama panelist and former press secretary for Gov. Fob James (R), Claire Austin said, "I had the pleasure of working with Bob for over 18 years. Bob was always pleasant and kind, he will truly be missed by many on Goat Hill, throughout his career as a journalist."
Alabama Political Reporter associate editor Susan Britt said that, "His legacy will live out through the writings of his protégés and those that they train to follow in their footsteps.
Chief Justice Roy Moore (R) said, "Bob Johnson was not only a friend but also one of the most honest and truthful reporters I have known with the press. I will miss him, as many of us will. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family."
Johnson retired two years ago from The Associated Press nearly two years ago, has died. He was 66.
1967 - George Jordan - (12/11/2014) - George died at his home in Arlington from lung cancer.
1967 - Walter Michael Keene - (4/9/2008) - Walter Michael
Keene, III, 58 of Mechanicsville, MD died on April 9, 2008 at his home
with his family and friends at his side.
Michael was born in Coates, NC on June 20, 1949. He was a former long time resident of Arlington, VA, where he graduated from Wakefield High School in 1967. He attended college at Northern VA Community College and James Madison College and received a Business Degree. Later he resided in Reston, VA for 18 years before relocating to St. Mary's County.
Michael was self employed and had been in the fencing business for 35 years. He loved to build decks and fences and was in the process of starting his own fence company here in St. Mary's County, when he became ill in late February.
Most people remember him by his height. He was 6'8" tall. He was fun loving, great sense of humor, kind, honest and generous man. He always made a room light up when he walked in. He particularly loved watching birds at the many bird feeders he had set up. He loved the outdoors. He loved to build and fix things. He was an outstanding carpenter. He was a loving son, brother, uncle and dad and grandfather. He will be deeply missed by all his family and friends. Michael is survived by his mother, Audrey Keene, Sister Debbie Ferguson, niece Holly Ferguson all of Mechanicsville, MD. His daughter, Katherine Hatcher, husband PJ Hatcher and 2 grandsons, Justin and Jayden of Budd's Creek, MD His step-daughter Sarah Bowman and her daughter Natalie of Herndon, VA.
The family will receive friends at Brinsfield-Echols Funeral Home, P.A., Charlotte Hall, MD on Sunday, April 13, 2008 from 3pm to 5pm where a Life Celebration will be held at 5PM all are welcome to attend. In lieu of flowers Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of St. Mary's, Inc., P.O. Box 625, Leonardtown, MD 20650.
Arrangements provided by Brinsfield-Echols Funeral Home.
1967 - Mary Ann Keffer - The class of '67 site list Mary's death in November of 2008
1967 - Bryan Kew - The class of '67 site lists Bryan as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Henry Krom - Died in July 1980
1967 - Jack Kronenburg - (6/1/1978)
1967 - Carole Lakatos Devers - (3/25/2015) - Carole died from a massive heart attack.
1967 - Glenn Lake - (11/17/2002) - The class of '67 site lists Glenn as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Gregory LaRocca - (9/20/2014) - It is with extreme sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved Gregory A. LaRocca, formerly of Front Royal, VA, on September 30, 2014, at the age of 67 after a brief battle with glioblastoma multiforme. Greg was preceded in death by his mother, Jean F. LaRocca, and is survived by his sons, Christopher D. LaRocca (Orlando, FL), Dominick A. LaRocca (Pensacola, FL); father, Dominick X. LaRocca (Sandy Springs, GA); sister, Alice LaRocca (San Francisco, CA); brother, John R. LaRocca (Paulette) (Providence Forge, VA); nieces, Lauren LaRocca (Matt Diskin) (Gladstone, MI) and Teresa Hall (Hart) (New York, NY); a large extended family of aunts, uncles and cousins; and numerous friends. Greg had a big heart with a strong passion for life and people. His strong and friendly personality touched everyone who had ever met him. Greg was well known and respected in his life and will be sorely missed by many family members, friends and acquaintances. Sporting competition was a major interest of Greg's. He was an avid golfer with a single digit handicap, and greatly enjoyed the competition and camaraderie with his golfing buddies at his Shenandoah Valley Golf Club in Virginia. Greg was also a life-long, devoted fan of the NY Yankees baseball team. He got great joy watching the recently televised career-ending Yankee games for his favorite player, Derek Jeter, whose leadership and role model characteristics Greg greatly admired and espoused for his two sons. The family wishes to thank the devoted team of doctors, nurses, therapists, and support staff at the Veterans Administration Medical Centers in Baltimore and Atlanta. Greg's family would like to especially thank the entire staff of the 2nd floor of The Eagles' Nest Community Living Center at the Atlanta VAMC whose compassion and care enabled Greg to live his last months in peace and comfort. The kindness and support by these wonderful people deeply touched Greg and his family. The family would also like to thank everyone for their many thoughts and prayers during Greg's final journey. A funeral mass will be held on Monday, October 6, 2014, at Saint Jude the Apostle Catholic Church, 7171 Glenridge Drive in Sandy Springs, GA at 10:30 AM. A reception for family and friends will follow the service. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that contributions may be made to the Atlanta VA Voluntary Services Department (notation: for "the CLC"), 1670 Clairmont Road, Decatur, GA 30033.
1967 - Patricia Lee Tippett - (12/30/2011) - Patricia Lee
Tippett, 63, of Mechanicsville, MD died December 30, 2011 at her home
with her family by her side. Born April 3, 1948 in Arlington, VA, she
was the daughter of Roy Edwin Lee and Dorothy Baldwin Lee.
Patricia worked for many years as a Staff Assistant for the House of Representatives on Capitol Hill. She will be remembered as someone who always took care of others, especially her grandchildren. She also was a volunteer at St. Mary's Hospital for many years.
Predeceased by her parents, Patricia is survived by her husband, Joseph Guy Tippett, Sr.; children, Tina Marie Barrett and Joseph Guy Tippett, Jr.; brothers, Sidney, Roy and Donald Lee and 6 grandchildren, Lucas, Tyler and Sydney Barrett and Gavin, Logan and Mason Tippett.
The family will receive friends on Monday, January 2, 2011 from 6 - 8:00p.m. at the Brinsfield-Echols Funeral Home, P.A, 30195 Three Notch Rd., Charlotte Hall, MD. Prayers will be held at 7p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will take place on Tuesday, January 3, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Joseph's Church, Morganza, MD. Interment will follow at Queen of Peace Cemetery, Helen, MD. Pallbearers will be Sidney Lee, Roy Lee, Donald Lee, Mark Hancock, Lee Guy and Wilbur Tippett.
Memorial donations may be made to the Luekemia & Lymphoma Society, Maryland Chapter, 100 Painters Mill Rd., Suite 800, Owings Mills, MD 21117-4794 or Hospice of St. Mary's, P.O. Box 625, Leonardtown, MD 20650.
Arrangements provided by Brinsfield-Echols Funeral Home
1967 - Dixon "Dick" Levant - (9/8/2011) - The class of '67 site lists Dick as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Susan Loda - (4/1/2002) - died in 2001. Buried Beech Grove Cemetery, Westport, MA
1967 - Gerald S Lotridge - (8/2/1969) - Gerald S Lotridge was killed in action on August 2, 1969 in Hua Nghia Vietnam. He is buried at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii . He is on the Wall at 20W, 87.
1967 - John Anthony "Tony" Lotti - The class of '67 site lists Tony as deceased but has no other information.
1967 - Margaret Lowe Swoboda - Died in January 2013
1967 - Joyce Lutz - (10/19/2007) - The class of '67 site lists Joyce as deceased but lists no other information.
1967 - Mary Louise Mannix Webb - (11/18/2006)
1967 - Kathleen McDowell Lundgren - The class of '67 site lists Kathleen as deceased but lists no other information.
1967 - John Mullen - (3/2/2000) - The class of '67 site lists John as deceased but lists no other information.
1967 - Cynthia Murphy Elkin - (2/13/2015) - CYNTHIA MURPHY
ELKIN On Friday, February 13, 2015 Cindy passed away surrounded by
family and close friends. She leaves behind four children, Haley,
Valerie, James and Clyde as well as 11 grandchildren and one great
grandchild. She was preceded in death by her husband of over 30 years,
James, and her daughter Kathy. She also leaves behind her special
sweetheart, Lou Miller. A viewing will be held at Murphy Funeral Home
in Falls Church on February 17 from 6 to 9 p.m., and funeral services
will be held at St. Francis in Great Falls on February 18 at Noon. The
family asks that in lieu of flowers please consider a donation to the
Virginia Hospital Center Medical Brigade.
From the Falls Church News-Press: Longtime Falls Church business leader Cynthia Murphy Elkin died last Friday, Feb. 13, surrounded by family and close friends. Elkin and her late husband, Jim Elkin, were important leaders of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce since coming to Falls Church in the mid-1990s and operating the Point of View Eyewear business on W. Broad St., a business that she sold to close friend Bill Mueller a few years back.
Cindy Elkin was preceded in her death by her husband of over 30 years, Jim Elkin, who served three terms from 2001 to 2003 as chairman of the F.C. Chamber before dying in 2005. Jim died Feb. 15, 2005, almost 10 years to the day of Cindy’s passing on Feb. 13, 2015. Upon Jim’s passing, Cindy helped initiate an annual Chamber award, the James S. Elkin Award for Humanitarianism, and served on the Chamber board of directors.
Cindy Elkin also served on the Falls Church City Public Schools Business in Education Partnership Council, being its chair for several years, thinking of creative ways that the business and school community could work together. “She was always a kind and generous partner to the schools and our families, helping children who needed eye exams and glasses, volunteering to read at Mt. Daniel School for Read Across America Day. She truly understood the importance of all facets of the community coming together for the greater good,” wrote Marybeth Connelly, school staffer for the BIE Partnership and member of the Falls Church City Council.
Cindy Elkin leaves behind four children – Haley, Valerie, James and Clyde – as well as 11 grandchildren and one great grandchild, daughter Kathy and her special friend, Lou Miller. A viewing was scheduled for last Tuesday at the Murphy Funeral Home and a funeral service was set for yesterday at the St. Francis Church in Great Falls.
The family has asked that in lieu of flowers donations be made to the Virginia Hospital Center Medical Brigade.
Published in The Washington Post on Feb. 16, 2015
1966 - Dean G Murphy - (10/21/2015) ROSEBORO - Mr. Dean Gordon Murphy, 67, of 161 Lark Hill Lane, died Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2015, at his home. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 1, at Freedom Biker Church, 455 Rock Hill Road, Fayetteville. Mr. Murphy is survived by his sister, Leslie Murphy of Fayetteville and brother Kevin Murphy of Fayetteville. In lieu of flowers the family request that donations be made to Freedom Biker Church, 659 Maxwell Rd., Autryville, N.C., 28318.
Published in The Sampson Independent from Oct. 27 to Oct. 28, 2015
1967 - Thomas Eric Newman - (1/27/2008) - The class of '67 site lists Eric as deceased but lists no other information.
1967 - Chris Nunnally - The class of '67 site lists Chris as deceased but lists no other information.
1967 - Mary Olivier - (10/25/2014) - November 20, 1948 - October 25, 2014 Mary Marguerite Olivier, age 65 passed away October 25, 2014. She was born November 20, 1948 in Dallas, Texas to Louis and Genevieve (Brooks) Olivier. Mary was a dedicated Environmentalist for the U.S. Army for many years. She was an irreplaceable friend to all whom she encountered in life and a blessing to behold to have known her. She is preceded in death by her parents and her sister, Joan Morris. Survivors include her son, Gabe Arnett and his wife Tara; grandchildren, Aidan Arnett, Dylan Arnett, Nolan Arnett and Grace Arnett; sister, Louise Marks; brother, Louis Olivier, Jr. and numerous nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held Sunday, November 2, 2014 at 3:00 P.M. at Colonial Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, please make memorials in her memory to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation at give.bcrfcure.org. Please sign the guestbook at www.colonialuniversal.com.
1967 - Berry E Page - (9/2/1995) - The class of '67 site lists Berry as deceased but lists no other information.
1967 - Shirley Parker - The class of '67 site lists Shirley as deceased but lists no other information.
1967 - Stephen "Steve" Parker - The class of '67 site lists Steve as deceased but lists no other information.
1967 - Carter Payne - (3/10/2008) - The class of '67 site lists Carter as deceased but lists no other information.
1967 - John Price - (8/8/2015)
1967 - David C Pugh - (6/10/2012) - David Charles Pugh, 62, Devoted Christian, passed away June 10, 2012. Born in New Orleans, LA to the late Jack M. and Margaret Daniels Pugh, he was a loving and devoted husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend. A member of Mandarin United Methodist Church, David retired as a Commander in the US Navy before working for 30 years for AT&T. He enjoyed spending time with his family. Preceded in death by his parents, he is survived by his devoted wife of 43 years, Donna Jeanne Pugh; children, Jennifer L. Allinson (Travis), Laura C. Stafford (Garland), and Paul D. Pugh (Jena); sister, Brenda Preston; grandchildren, Jorie, Trey, James, Samantha, Tessa, and Isla; mother-in-law, Florence Stevenson; along with other family members and friends. A Celebration of David’s Life will be held at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, June 13th in Mandarin United Methodist Church, 11270 San Jose Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32223 with Rev. Deborah A. McLeod as Officiant. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society for the research of Pancreatic Cancer. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Hardage-Giddens Funeral Home of Mandarin, 11801 San Jose Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32223. www.hgmandarin.com (904) 288-0025.
1967 - Sandra Ragan Sowers - (9/24/2015) - Born on 12/13/1948
- Departed on 09/24/2015
Resided in Mineral, Virginia
Sandra (Sandy) Jean Sowers, 66, of Mineral, VA, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Thursday, September 24, 2015, after a brief illness.
Born in Washington, D.C., she was the daughter of Robert Arthur Ragan and Anna Christina Clausen Ragan. After the passing of her father when Sandy was five years of age, Anna remarried Orville Dave Summers, who raised Sandy as his own.
She resided in Mineral, Virginia since 2004. She was employed by Jacobs Engineering as a Safety Manager and was a member of New Life Community Church, where she lent her considerable vocal talents to the praise band. In addition to her beautiful singing voice, she was an accomplished basket weaver, winning awards for her artistry, and was a member of the High Country Basketry Guild.
She is survived by her husband of 47 years, Michael Roy Sowers, one son, Philip Andrew (Lori) Sowers of Fairfax, VA; one daughter, Laura Ann (JoCarl) Cardin of Chesapeake, VA; one brother, Robert (Patricia) Ragan of Arlington, VA; and four grandchildren, Andrew Michael Sowers, David Thomas Sowers, Christina Lauren Sowers, and Marissa Jewell Cardin.
Memorial services will be held at 2 P.M., Tuesday, September 29, 2015, at New Life Community Church, 509 East Main Street, Louisa, VA. The family will receive friends immediately following the service.
Memorial donations can be made to the University of Virginia Health Foundation (http://healthfoundation.virginia.edu/) or The American Cancer Society (www.cancer.org).
1967 - Richard Ranels - (1/9/2011) - Dr. Richard Eugene Ranels
Jr., 61, of Fredericksburg, passed away Sunday, Jan. 9, 2011, at Mary
Dr. Ranels was a graduate of Virginia Tech and received his medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia. He was a member of The Presbyterian Church of Fredericksburg.
He is survived by his wife, Susan Swortzel Ranels; his daughter, Heather Jane Ranels of Fredericksburg; his father, Richard Eugene Ranels Sr.; his father- and mother-in-law, William and Barbara Swortzel of Fredericksburg; and his sister-in-law, Aurelia J. Swortzel of Fredericksburg. He was preceded in death by his mother, Jane Aikens Ranels.
A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, Jan. 14, at Mullins and Thompson Funeral Service, Fredericksburg Chapel. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service. Burial will be at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in his name to The Presbyterian Church of Fredericksburg, 810 Princess Anne St., Fredericksburg, Va. 22401. Online condolences may be made at mullinsthompson fredericksburg.com.
Free Lance-Star, The (Fredericksburg, VA) - Tuesday, January 11, 2011
1967 - David G Richardson - The class of '67 site lists David as deceased but lists no other information.
1967 - Edwin Richardson - (9/3/2002) - Buried Quantico National Cemetery, Quantico, VA - section 18 Site 342. US Army Vietnam
1967 - Walter Dudley Riley - (9/2/2000) - The class of '67 site lists Walter as deceased but lists no other information.
1967 - Rose Ruffner Walker - The class of '67 site lists Rose as deceased but lists no other information.
1967 - Ann Samuel - The class of '67 site lists Ann as deceased but lists no other information.
1967 - Robert Schoppet - (2/4/2012)
1967 - Yolanda Sherman - (7/22/2006) - Yolanda Carol Sherman
White, 58, of Spotsylvania County died Saturday, July 22, 2006, at her
Ms. Sherman was employed as a bus driver for Fredericksburg city schools. She is survived by her son, Curtis Eugene White of Farnham; her daughter, Monica D. Schenemann of King George; her mother, Helen Sherman of Spotsylvania; and her brother, Stanley Sherman, also of Spotsylvania. A memorial service will be held at 8 p.rn. Friday, July 28, at Mullins & Thompson Funeral Service, Spotsylvania Chapel, where the family will receive friends from 6 p.m. until the time of the service.
Memorial contributions may be made to Mary Washington Hospice, 5012 Southpoint Parkway, Fredericksburg, Va. 22407.
Free Lance-Star, The (Fredericksburg, VA) - Tuesday, July 25, 2006
1967 - Larry Smail - The class of '67 site lists Larry as deceased but lists no other information.
1967 - James Smith - The class of '67 site lists James as deceased but lists no other information.
1967 - Nathaniel Smith - (11/8/1992) - The class of '67 site lists Nathaniel as deceased but lists no other information.
1967 - Patrick Smith - (11/10/2006) - Buried Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA Section 8NN Row 14 Site 2
1967 - Barbara Spink Bosworth - (9/13/2008) - Barbara 'Bobbie' Bosworth Receptionist
Barbara "Bobbie" Bosworth, 60, an accounting firm receptionist and Alexandria resident, died Sept. 13 in a car crash in Woodbridge after being abducted at Springfield Mall by two assailants.
A Prince William County police spokeswoman said one of the two men accused of taking Mrs. Bosworth crashed the car into trees at Neabsco Road and Indus Drive, where she was pronounced dead. One of the suspects later died from injuries, and police charged the other with carjacking and abduction with intent to extort money.
Barbara Spink was born in Arlington County and raised in Springfield. She spent three years at Robert E. Lee High School in Springfield before graduating in 1967 from Wakefield High School in Arlington.
She spent much of her career as a receptionist in Northern Virginia. For the past decade, Mrs. Bosworth was a receptionist at the Kositzka, Wicks and Co. accounting firm in the Alexandria area of Fairfax County.
A nature and animal enthusiast, she swam with dolphins off the coast of Cozumel, Mexico, and rode a horse on the beach in Cancun. She went on cruises with her husband to the Mediterranean and Caribbean seas. Her hobbies included reading fantasy novels.
Her marriage to Morris Crumrin ended in divorce.
Survivors include her husband of 24 years, Thomas Bosworth of Alexandria; her mother, Wanda Spink of Clayton, Ohio; her father and stepmother, retired Arlington County Fire Department Chief John Spink and Marge Spink of Severna Park; a brother, Barry Spink of Montgomery, Ala.; a sister, Bonnie Spink Kay of Clayton; and a stepsister, Leslie Bassich of Olney.
-- Adam Bernstein, Washington Post
1967 - Dennis Spriggs - (11/23/1999) - Buried in Quantico National Cemetery, Quantico, VA Plot 3 0 326. Was a SP4, US Army, in Vietnam and received a Purple Heart.
1967 - Robert Svendson - (7/10/2012) - The class of '67 site lists Robert as deceased but lists no other information.
1967 - Robert Swanson
1967 - Ruth Tapp Jackson - (4-24-2018) Chesapeake - Ruth M. Jackson, 68, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, April 24, 2018.
She was born on September 12, 1949, in Washington, DC to Peyton C. Tapp and Swannee McCune Tapp. She graduated from Wakefield High School, Arlington, VA in 1967 and then went to work at the Arlington Hall Station for the US Army where she met her husband, Richard L. Jackson. They were married April 20, 1968, in Arlington, VA. They later moved to Norfolk, VA where she began working for Hampton Roads Sanitation from 1969 1974. After taking some time off to raise her son, she worked for VA Beach Dept. of Development for a couple of years. She began working at Children's Hospital of the Kings Daughters, Norfolk, VA in October 1979 starting as secretary for the orthopedic unit working for Dr. Jean Shelton. She was later hired as the 1st Professional Staff Director for the hospital and worked there until the day of her death. She was well respected and loved by all who worked with her and knew her. She was a member of the 1st Church of the Nazarene in Chesapeake, VA where she served as Secretary and Treasurer for many years. Above all, she loved and cherished her family.
Left to cherish her memory are her loving husband of 50 years, Richard L. Jackson; her son, Matthew Jackson (Lisa); her sisters, Janet McPherson (Rick) and Debbie Raines (Jack); and 3 grandchildren, Christian (Sav), Savannah and Connor.
Visitation will be Wednesday, May 2, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Hollomon-Brown Funeral Home, 524 Cedar Rd., Chesapeake. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, May 3, at Tidewater Central Church of the Nazarene, 5514 Parliament Drive, Va. Beach, VA at 1:00 p.m. Burial will follow at Woodlawn Memorial Gardens. Condolences may be offered to the family at www.hollomon-brown.com
1967 - Judy Thomas - The class of '67 site lists Judy as deceased but lists no other information.
1967 - Gail Thompson - The class of '67 site lists Gail as deceased but lists no other information.
1967 - Mary Thompson - The class of '67 site lists Mary as deceased but lists no other information.
1967 - David Thomson
1967 - Donna Trahos - Died in May 1991
1967 - James Trice
1967 - Lois Trumbull - (7/28/2014) - Lois Trumbull, of
Arlington, VA, died peacefully, and on her own terms after a long
battle, on Monday, July 28, 2014, at Sibley Memorial Hospital in
When it became clear to her that she was sicker than she had thought and that she would not get better, she made the determination that she did not want to pursue more aggressive treatment that would only prolong her life for a very short time at best.
Lois was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, on November 11, 1949. She leaves behind her sister, Lyanne Trumbull; her niece, Christine Trumbull, her grand-niece, Sarah Styer; her grand-nephew, Matthew Styer; and a host of close friends.
Lois was a graduate of Syracuse University, and completed her graduate degree in Speech Therapy at The Catholic University of America. During her college years she developed many close friendships that she maintained throughout her lifetime. She worked as an IT Specialist at the FDIC in Arlington, VA. Lois was an active volunteer directing her personal support to those organizations that provide support and hope to both individuals and animals. She served with the Chaplain Services at Virginia Hospital Center, and was active with Arlington Dogs and served as their treasurer until she fell ill. Her passion and love for animals led her to support numerous rescue and animal rights organizations.
A Remembrance Service will be held on Saturday, August 16, 2014, from 2-4 pm, at the Murphy Funeral Home, 4510 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA.
Lois asked that in lieu of flowers that those wishing to remember her may do so by supporting Homeward Trails Animal Rescue or Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC).
1967 - John Voss - (12/27/2002)
1967 - Susan Weisman Lehotsky - (3/22/2010) - LEHOTSKY SUSAN
JEAN LEHOTSKY On Monday, March 22, 2010, SUSAN JEAN LEHOTSKY of
Alexandria, VA. She is survived by many loving relatives and friends.
Graveside funeral services will be held on Sunday, March 28, 2010,
10:30 a.m. at King David Memorial Garden, Falls Church, VA. After the
interment the family will receive relatives and friends at Susan''s
residence. Memorial contributions may be made to the National Multiple
Sclerosis Society, P.O. Box 4527 New York, NY 10163 or the American
Cancer Society , 11331 Amherst Ave., Silver Spring, MD 20902.
Arrangements entrusted to TORCHINSKY HEBREW FUNERAL HOME, 202-541-1001.
Published in The Washington Post on Mar. 24, 2010
1967 - Candace Wyatt Waple - (2/2/2016) - Candace Elizabeth Wyatt Waple passed away from us, quietly and peacefully, at Prospect Park Living Center on February 2nd, 2016.
Candace came to the Estes Valley, with her husband-to-be Buzz, from Marin County, CA in 1991. While in California, Candace received a B.A. from New College of California in Environmental Education, and was a waste-water and water quality technician in Stinson Beach, CA.
After relocating to the Estes Valley, she tried her hand at several jobs she had always wanted to do, and for 11 of the last 12 years Candace was a CNA with the Estes Park Medical Center's Home Healthcare and Hospice, helping people with health and health-care issues to live comfortably and with dignity in their homes.
Where Candace found real joy in her life was in her hikes and travels and just plain "hanging out" with her friends, companions, and family, whether it be a hike over Flattop to Grand Lake, a road-trip to Jackson Hole and Yellowstone, or her two "bucket-list" trips to Hawaii. Candace's guiding principles, that "A stranger is just a friend I haven't met yet," and that life was something to be fully entered into to witness, experience and share, were more than realized during her life here in the Estes Valley.
Candace was preceded in death by her sister Patricia Ann Parish (1965), father William Henry Wyatt (1980), brother-in-law W. Braxton Waple (1992), mother-in-law Nancy V. Waple (1997), sister-in-law Anne Waple Denitto (2012), niece Elizabeth Marie Denitto (2012), and by her mother Eva Aneta Schroder Love (2014).
She is survived by her husband Marshall J. "Buzz" Waple, her son David B. Hollander (Lucy and Sylvia) of Ames, IA, her brother-in-law Hal G. Parish (Judy) of West Bloomfield, MI, her nephews Don Parish (Lisa, Evan, and Aidan) of Kearney, NE, and David Parish (Nurya, Claire, and Nathan) of Grand Rapids, MI, her father-in-law Marshall J. Waple, Jr. of Rehoboth Beach, DE, brothers-in-law Joseph V. Waple (Bristow, Oliver, and Nathaniel) of Richmond, VA and James R. Waple (Angela, Cecilia, Caroline, and Rosemary) of Rehoboth Beach, DE, sisters-in-law Linda Whitton of Rehoboth Beach, DE, Pamela S. Waple of Foxwells, VA, her step-sister Kim Quello (Dave) of Colorado Springs, CO, her step-sister Lynn Groover (Paul) of Heathsville, VA, step-brother Roland Brown (Carolyn) of Westminster, MD, step-sister Donna Blazek (Jack) of Woodbine, MD, step-brother Jay Jeffery Wyatt (Kayla) of Juneau, AK, and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.
A Celebration and Sharing of Candace's Life will be held with a potluck and memorial/remembrance on Saturday, March 26th, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. at the 800 Moraine Ave. Event Center (Trout Haven Resort) in Estes Park. In lieu of flowers, it is asked that contributions be made in Candace's memory to: Hospice of the Estes Valley, Habitat for Humanity of Estes Valley, or to Heifer International.
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1968 - Vernon Lynnwood Ailstock - (8/18/1971) - PFC Ailstock was one of 37 killed when their CH-47 Chinook exploded at about 1000 feet at a military training area near Pegnitz, Germany. They had departed Dolan Barracks and were headed to Grafenwohr training area. It was the worst U.S. military helicopter crash on record in Europe.
He is represented on the Remembrance Rug by symbol #5605.
Burial: Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington, VA - lot: Section E
1968 - Janet Allman Utter - (12/23/2003) - Janet Anne Utter, 53, Columbus Junction, died Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2003, at the Colonial Manor Care Center, Columbus Junction. Memorial services are 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 27, at the Stacy-Lewis Funeral Home, Columbus Junction. The Rev. Cathy Whitlatch will officiate. Visitation is 4-7 p.m. today at the funeral home. A memorial has been established in her name for a stuffed animal donation to the University of Iowa Pediatric Center, Iowa City. Mrs. Utter was born Nov. 28, 1950, in Washington D.C., the daughter of Roy Glynn and Iris Maxine Bethel Allman. She married Thomas Utter July 22, 1972, in Arlington, Va. He preceded her in death in 1998. She graduated from Iowa State University in 1972 with a degree in education. After her marriage she spent the rest of her life on the farm in Columbus Junction. She was a member of the Methodist Church, the Indian Creek Club, Breast Cancer support groups, Trees Forever and Pheasants Forever. She participated in the Louisa County Fair and could be found substituting at school, working at the H amp; R Block and in later years at GIP's Consignment. She was chosen as the 'Cherry Blossom Princess'. She loved her family dearly and enjoyed all the events her children were involved in. Her friends were very important to her throughout her life. Anyone who knew her, knew how much of an avid bargain hunter she was. She was lovingly called the 'Queen of Bargains'. Her fame carried on throughout her life as she struggled with breast cancer for 10 1/2 years. In 2002, she had the opportunity to carry the Olympic Torch. She fought cancer determinedly to the end, it was stated many times at the University that she had received the most treatment of anyone they knew. Survivors include three children, Sara Anne Utter and her fiance Jeffrey Carder of Clovis, N.M., William Richard Utter of Oskaloosa and Katie Glynn Utter of Columbus Junction; her mother, Maxine Allman of Phoenix, Ariz.; her grandmother, Callie Hesseltine; three brothers, Roy Allman of Stuart, Fla., Don Allman and wife Mary Ann of Fairfax Station, Va., and John Allman and wife Teddy Ann of Stuart; a sister, Helen Allman of Euless, Texas; and her father- and mother-in-law, Richard and Phyllis Utter of Columbus Junction. She was preceded in death by her husband and her father.
1968 - Ruth Bailey - (5/29/2009) - RUTH BAILEY On Friday, May 29,2009 at Community Hospice, RUTH BAILEY. Devoted mother of Tongelia Bailey, Monique and Bennie Floyd; daughter of Rosa Cooksey; sister of Elouise Turner, James Cooksey and Howard Bailey. She is also survived by two grandchildren, two aunts, numerous nieces and nephews, other relatives and many friends. Ms. Bailey will lie in state at Macedonia Baptist Church, 3412 S. 22nd St., Arlington, VA on Friday, June 5 form 10:30 a.m. until time of funeral services at 12 noon. Rev. Leonard Hamlin, Pastor. Interment Pleasant Valley Memorial Park. Services by CHINN-BAKER.
Published in The Washington Post on June 2, 2009
1968 - Valerie Beal Williams - - Died in 2008
1968 - Craig Richard Bowen - (3/31/1993)
1968 - Wayne Brantley - (6/24/2008) - MANASSAS, VA -- Julian Wayne Brantley, 58, died peacefully Tuesday morning at the home of his daughter and son-in-law, Heather and Andy Adams outside of Charlotte in Monroe.
He was born in Washington, DC, son ofthe late Winslow and Lottie Hopkins Brantley. Julian worked in telephone communications.
A celebration of his life will be held 2:00 p.m. Saturday, June 28, 2008 at the East Wake Church of God in Wendell. Burial will follow in the Middlesex Church of God Cemetery.
Julian is survived by his daughter and son-in-law, Heather B. and Andrew Adams of Monroe; son, Jason Brantley of Manassas, VA; grandchildren, Brock and Brody Adams, Madison and Christopher Brantley; sisters, Eloise Brantley of Alexandria, VA and Margaret King of Oakton, VA; many other loving relatives.
Flowers accepted or memorial contributions may be made to Hospice & Palliative Care, 1420 East Seventh St., Charlotte, NC 28204. www.hpccr.org
The family will receive friends following the service at the Middlesex Church of God, NC Hwy 231, Middlesex, NC.
Services by Strickland Funeral Home, 211 W. Third St., Wendell, NC, www.stricklandfuneral homes.net
News & Observer, The (Raleigh, NC) - Friday, June 27,2008
1968 - Sherlene Brown - a classmate reported the death of Sherlene but additional information cannot be found.
1968 - Barbara Broyles Pierson - - Died in September 1985
1968 - Rosenia Burton Buchanan - (7/24/2009) - NEWPORT NEWS - Rosenia Burton Buchanan departed this life Friday July 24, 2009, at the age of 59, after a long and courageous battle against cancer.
Born April 21, 1950, in Washington, D.C., to Ruth Wood Burton and the late Moses Johnson, Rosenia attended Arlington, Virginia Public Schools, and graduated from Wakefield High School in 1967. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from St. Leo College in Hampton, Va., in 1996 and an Associate in Applied Science Degree, in 1994, from Thomas Nelson Community College in Hampton.
Pursuing her dream of teaching, Rosenia was a substitute teacher for the County of Duvall located in Florida. She later worked as a caseworker for the Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA). In 2003, Rosenia began work for the Hampton City School system, as an Instructional Assistant, and was later promoted to the position of 10th grade English teacher for students with special needs.
Acknowledging the need for spiritual guidance, Rosenia confessed faith in God when she joined Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Arlington, Va., at a very early age and was baptized by the late Rev. Aaron Mackley. Later she joined the Morning Star Baptist Church in Hampton, where she was a faithful and dedicated member of the usher board, choir, Gleaners, Christian Education Board, hospitality and at times, serving as church secretary and substitute Sunday school teacher. She also attended Bible Study and volunteered and participated in numerous other church activities.
Recognizing a need for community service, Rosenia founded and was president of "Surviving Stars," a "Relay For Life" team dedicated to helping to find a cure for breast cancer.
Rosenia enjoyed cooking, gardening, crocheting, knitting, sewing, jewelry making, and spending time with her family and friends. Her professional skills in making drapes and comforters, and reupholstering furniture can be seen in many of the homes of her family members and friends. Her pies and cakes were legendary. She was affectionately known as "Rose" or "Ms. Rosie." She especially delighted in giving gifts of books and personally made jewelry to children. Rosenia had a can-do attitude and determined spirit and was a shining example of how perseverance can help one achieve goals. She knew, loved, and had faith in God. Her memory will live forever because of the lives she touched.
Pleasant memories of her life will be shared by her three children, Victor, Cherie, and William; her four grandchildren, Ashley, Reginald, Francini, and Aaron; former husband, Clarence Buchanan Jr.; her mother, Ruth Burton; brothers, Allen Sr., Carlton, Paul and Phillip; sisters, Lillian, Joyce, Vada, Bernice, Paula, and Pamela; brothers-in-law, Fred Martin and Norman Morton; sisters-in-law, Judy Burton, Marcia Jacobs, Oney Burton, and Carolyn Jacobs; son-in-law, Francini Ricardo Clemmons; devoted friends, Frances Perry, Juanita and Eddie Fogg, Virginia and Phillip Mitchell; and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
Rosenia was preceded in death by her father; brothers, Kenneth, Ernest, Arthur; and sister, Mildred.
Memorial services will be held at 11a.m. Friday July 31, at Mount Olive Baptist Church, 1601 S. 13th Road, Arlington, VA 22204 and also at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 5, at Morning Star Baptist Church, 2717 N. Armistead Ave., Hampton 23666.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the American Cancer Society, in her honor. View and post condolences on our online guestbook at dailypress.com/guestbooks.
Published in Daily Press from July 29 to July 30, 2009
1968 - Donald Alan Buzzell – 9/29/2010 - Donald passed away on Wednesday, September 29, 2010. At the time of his death, he was a resident of Arlington. He had two sons and worked as a cabinet maker. He died from heart failure.
1968 - Allen D Carter - (12/18/2008)
1968 - James Casey - - Died in September 1983
1968 - Charles Cave - (9/7/2008) - Charles H. Cave, Jr., 58, of 605 West Main Street, died Saturday, September 6, 2008.
Born in Arlington, VA, he was the son of the late Charles H. "Buck" Cave, Sr. and Mildred Lamberson Cave.
Survivors, Lynda T. Manning, beloved companion, of Easley; sons, Ryan Charles Cave and Courey Cave of Orlando, Fl; four sisters, Margaret McConchie of Falls Church, VA, Dorothy Weaver of Arlington, VA, Barbara Manuel of Rileyville, VA and Diane Cave of Reston, VA; and a brother, Robert Allen Cave of Virginia Beach, VA.
Visitation will be held at Easley's Bed & Breakfast, 605 West Main Street on Thursday, September 11, 2008 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM.
Memorial Services will be held in Arlington, VA on Saturday, September 13, 2008.
Condolences may be expressed online at www.robinsonfuneralhomes.com or in person at Robinson Funeral Home-Downtown, which is assisting the family.
1968 - Donna Chambers Blackburn - (8/15/2017) - Donna was born on February 6, 1950 and passed away on Tuesday, August 15, 2017. Donna was a resident of Sierra Vista, Arizona at the time of passing. Raised in Arlington she graduated from Wakefield High School. Donna worked for the United States Army as a Budget Analyst. A memorial service for Donna will be held in the spring.
1968 - Richard Chiarizia - (5/27/2015) - Richard "Chico" N. Chiarizia born on March 12, 1950 in Omaha, Nebraska to Richard M. Chiarizia and Marguerite Mazet Chiarizia, passed away on May 27, 2015 in Livingston, Texas at the age of 65. Those left to cherish his memory are his wife of 21 years, Debra Chiarizia; son, David Chiarizia; daughter, Dorlena Chiarizia; brother, David Adams; sisters, Susan Ratliff, Marie Chiarizia & husband, Ray Boswell; Richard was preceded in death by both his parents. Richard was a veteran who proudly served in the United States Air Force. He worked for A to Z Tires as a mechanic. Richard was ranked 9th in the State as a Master Mechanic. Loved to help fix son's go-cart and work on his daughter's truck. Richard loved his family very much and will be missed dearly. To sign the online guestbook, please go www.pacefuneral.com
1968 - David W Christ
1968 - Andrea Cobb - (9/16/1974)
1968 - Kathy Cooper Cole - - Died in 2010
1968 - Verlene "Geechie" Day Green - (1-11-2012) - On January 11, 2012, Verlene D. Green devoted wife of the late Edward Leon "Pete" Green and loving mother of Andre M. Day (Tiffany) passed away peacefully at her home in Arlington, VA. She is also survived by 11 siblings, Elsie, Margaret, Spurgeon, Jr., Linda, Beverly, Carlester, Patricia, Alberta, Kenneth, Ronald and Daryl; six grandchildren, stepchildren and a host relatives and friends. Ms. Green will lie in state at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, 1601 S. 13th Road, Arlington, VA 22204 on Thursday, January 19, 2012 from 9:30 a.m. until services at 11 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA on January 20, 2012 at 9:30 a.m. Services entrusted to Chinn Baker Funeral Home.
1968 - John Decosta - (2/17/2012) - Buried Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington, VA Section J
1968 - Edmond F Donohue - - Died in March 2003
1968 - George Dublin
1968 - Rachel Fleming
1968 - Calvin Gant - - Died in September 1988
1968 - Leo Gaskins - (7/22/1997)
1968 - Louis Gonzalez
1968 - Cheryl Greenspan - - Died in December 1988
1968 - Patrick R Hanback - (8/31/2009) - Patrick Raymond Hanback, 60, of Fredericksburg went to be with our Lord Monday, August 31, 2009 after a courageous battle with cancer.
Patrick was a loving husband, father, and PopPop. He was born January 20, 1949 in Arlington.
Survivors include his wonderful wife of 40 years, Joy Jett Hanback; his daughter, Jennifer J. Bareford and her husband, Dale; his son, Douglas R. Hanback and his wife, Amber all of Fredericksburg; his father, Raymond L. Hanback of Mechanicsville, MD; and his brother, Michael J. Hanback of Des Moines, Iowa. He also leaves behind four grandchildren; Jenna Lee and Hanna Lyn Bareford, and Jessalyn Kay and Aubrey Cayden Hanback.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Margaret G. Hanback.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, September 5 at Kingdom Baptist Church. Interment will be private.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Kingdom Baptist Church, 1717 Stafford Ave, Fredericksburg, VA 22401 or Mary Washington Hospice, 5012 Southpoint Pkwy, Fredericksburg, VA 22407.
1968 - Daniel Harrison
1968 - Nancy Hartke Madden - - Died in 1987. Buried in Fairfax City Cemetery, Fairfax, VA
1968 - Marcia Hartnett - (2/28/1988)
1968 - Jackie Hayes - - Died in 2008
1968 - Pamela Joyce Hodges
1968 - Linda Hoffman
1968 - Bob Hollett - (4/22/1998) - Robert Shannon Hollett - A memorial service for Robert Shannon Hollett 48, of St. Charles, will be held at 2 p.rn, Wednesday, April 29, at the Congregational Church, 214 Walnut st., St. Cha rles.
Born Jan. 22, 1950, in Alexandria, Va., to John W. Hollett and Barbara E. (Nee Crabtree) Hollett, he died Wednesday, April 22, 1998, of melanoma cancer at his home.
Mr. Hollett was a 1968 graduate of Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and a 1973 graduate of the University of West Virginia. He began his marketing career with International Business Machines Corporation in September, 1973 in Atlanta, Ga. While working for IBM, he was promoted and transferred to the St. Louis, Mo. marketing offices in 1978, and later to the Chicago area IBM marketing offices in 1993, where he was a unit executive in the banking and finance area. During his 25-year career with IBM, he achieved 16 One Hundred Percent Clubs and two Golden Circle Awards, IBM's highest marketing award.
Survivors include his wife, Patricia Hollett (Nee Coakley) of St. Charles; son, Tyler Shannon Hollett of St. Charles; stepson, Scott Montgomery Clark of Chicago; a daughter by a previous marriage; father, John (Harriett) Hollett of Nokomis, Fla.; mother, Barbara E. Hollett of Arlington, Va.; brother, John W. Hollett Jr. of Charlotte Hall, Md.; niece, Michele Hollett of Virginia; nephew, Michael Hollett of Virginia; uncle, George Hollett of Maryland; aunt, Lillian (Nee Hollett) Rowan of Delaware; and many cousins and other relatives.
A memorial visitation will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 28, at Yurs Funeral Home, 405 E. Main St., St. Charles.
Memorials may be made to VNA Hospice of Fox Valley, 1245 Corporate Blvd., Aurora, IL 60504, or to the Melanoma Research Foundation, P.O. Box 747, San Leandro, CA 94577.
Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) - Friday, April 24, 1998
1968 - Richard Houck - (4/22/1988) - Buried Hillsboro Cemetery, Hillsboro, VA - Lot 710
1968 - Wanda Keys - 10/1/2018 - Wanda attended Gunston and Wakefield but didn't graduate from Wakefield but will be remembered by her classmates.
Wanda Lynn Petrillo of Largo, Florida passed away at home on October 1, 2018. She was 67 years old.
Wanda will be remembered by her children, Teresa (Tony), Stacey (Steve) and Matthew. Siblings Bennie, Joyce (Richard), Shirley, Barbara (Dean), Patricia (Richard), Delores, Donald (Lilia), and Linda (Donnie); grandchildren Tyler (Laura), Kyle, Jordan, Kelsey (Jake), Madison (Nick), Brittany, Matthew Jr. and Riley; and great-grandchildren Everett, Nolan, Jack, Avery and Dawson. She will be deeply missed by her many nieces, nephews and extended family and friends.
Wanda was born in Alexandria, Virginia on October 16, 1950. She worked as a freight broker in Fredericksburg, Virginia and was enjoying retirement in Largo, Florida.
She was fun, giving, energetic, generous and free spirited. She was recently baptized on February 25, 2018 at Gulf Coast Church in Largo, Florida and loved the Lord with all her heart. She didn't believe in earthly possessions because she always knew this was her temporary home.
A memorial service will be held on Saturday, October 20th at 11am Salem Fields Community Church 11120 Gordon Road, Fredericksburg, VA 22407.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Project Mend-A-House at https://www.pmahweb.org/
1968 - Charlie Keifert - (7/2/1999)
1968 - Raymon Klutts
1968 - Stuart Kooney - (12/30/1983) - US Army, Vietnam. Buried King David Memorial Gardens, Falls Church, VA
1968 - Joy Lomauro - (11/24/2011) - Lomauro, Joy Ann Born April 23, 1951 in Passaic, NJ to Sam and Dena Lomauro. She grew up in Arlington, VA and graduated from Wakefield HS in 1968. In 1998, she followed her dream to live by the water, and moved to Hollywood, FL. Professionally, she produced trade shows and conventions until the age of 50, when she found her calling in life. She became a massage therapist for Skin Apeel Day Spa in Boca Raton. She passed peacefully on November 24, 2011. She is survived by her daughter, Christina Lomauro; her daughter's father, Paul Farren; his children, Bryant Farren and Tara Champagne; her best friend Rita Smith; her aunt Jeanine Mancini; and cousins Michael Mancini, Rick and Robin Hartje. A memorial service and celebration will be held at Crystal Tower, 322 Buchanan St, Hollywood, FL 33019, at 7:00 pm Saturday, December 3rd.
Published in Sun-Sentinel on Nov. 30, 2011
1968 - Richard Malloy - (1/1/1996) - Buried Lakewood Cemetery, Bowling Green, VA
1968 - Linda Marie McCann Nordin – (2/14/2015 - Linda Marie
McCann Nordin age 64, of Jacksonville went to be with her Lord on
Saturday, February 14, 2015. She was born February 22, 1950 in
Washington D.C. to Philip McCann and the late Marjorie Eloise Madden
McCann. She was employed with the Department of Human Services for 40
years where she was the manager of the medical review team. Mrs. Nordin
was a member of St. Jude the Apostle Catholic Church in Jacksonville.
She was a loving wife, mother and grandmother who enjoyed spending time
with her family and going to the beach.
She is survived by her loving husband of 41 years Lanny Nordin of Jacksonville, one daughter Erica Owens and her husband Brandon of Sherwood, one granddaughter, Emma Owens, her father Philip McCann of Fredericksburg, VA, siblings; Kathie Spaine (Tim O’Neil) of Locust Grove, VA, Michael McCann (Debbie) of Leland, NC, Stephen McCann of Lorton, VA and Debbie Billings (Patrick Hall) of Temple Hills, MD, mother-in-law Mildred Nordin of Berryville, AR, brothers-in-law; Danny Nordin (Cindy) of Stanley, KS, Everett Nordin Jr., of Berryville, AR, and one sister-in-law Julie Nordin of Berryville, AR. Visitation will be from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Thursday, February 19, 2015 at Moore’s Jacksonville Funeral Home.
Funeral services will be 10:00 a.m. Friday, February 20, 2015 at St. Jude the Apostle Catholic Church in Jacksonville with Father Andy Smith officiating. Interment will follow in Chapel Hill Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Susan G. Komen Foundation www.komen.org. Arrangements by Moore’s Jacksonville Funeral Home (501) 982-2136.
1968 - Kathleen McDowell - (7/26/2000)
1968 - O'Connor McEntire
1968 - Ann Middleton Peters - (3/3/2013) - Buried Edgewood-Greenwood Cemetery, Apopka, Fl
1968 - Chuck Moore
1968 - Gerald Moore
1968 - Barbara Nanney
1968 - Randy Nesseler - (5/30/2016)
1968 - Barry Page
1968 - Barbara Palmer
1968 - Alan Putz - (4/19/1993)
1968 - Thomas Raymer
1968 - Ronald Replinger - (1/26/1975) - Buried Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA - Sec 25 Site 3595
1968 - Gary Rieker - (1/10/200)
1968 - Robert Rivera
1968 - John Roder - (11/10/2007) - John August Roder, 56, of Earlysville, passed away on Saturday, November 10, 2007 at a local hospital, surrounded by his loving family. Born on December 12, 1950, he was the son of the late Charles Carroll Roder, Sr. and Margaret Winn Roder.
A graduate of UVA, John received his BSEE in 1975 and had a successful career of 32 years with Sperry Marine as an electrical engineer. He was a member of the NRA and the Rivanna Rifle and Pistol Club. John was also a Ham Radio enthusiast who operated under the handle KC4ZZP. An avid motorcyclist, he and his wife enjoyed many happy hours touring the Virginia countryside.
Survivors include his wife of 36 years, Pamela Wayland Roder; their children; Brian Michael Roder, of Virginia Beach, Christopher Scott Roder of Lynchburg and his fiancée, Kristen Moore, and Amy Marie Roder Hall and her husband, Charles, of Charlottesville; and his brother, Charles Carroll Roder, Jr., wife Karen, and their children.
A Funeral service will be held at 11:00 am on Tuesday, November 13, 2007 at the Belmont Baptist Church with the Rev. Greg Anderson officiating. Burial will follow at Monticello Memory Gardens. Visitation will be held at the Hill and Wood Funeral Home on Monday evening, November 12, 2007 from 6:30- 8:00 pm.
Contributions in John’s memory may be made to the Earlysville Volunteer Fire Department, PO Box 104, Earlysville, VA 22936, or to Belmont Baptist Church, 830 Monticello Avenue, Charlottesville, VA 22902.
1968 - Robert W Rowan - (12/1/2004) - US Army PFC, Vietnam. Buried at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, Lemay, MO - Plot 1V 0 1165
1968 - Bruce E Sams - - Died in February 1995
1968 - Lois Schwartzberg - (7/1/1996)
1968 - Stephen Smith - (3/5/2003) - SMITH, STEPHEN HUNTON (Age 53) - Of Blacksburg, VA, died Wednesday, March 5, 2003 at Montgomery Regional Hospital. He was born in Washington, DC on June 17, 1949. He is survived by his daughters, Joanna Smith of Blacksburg; Elana Smith of St. Albans, WV; son, Kevin Smith of St. Albans, WV; parents. Hesse Hunton and Mary Ann Hendrick Smith of Arlington, VA; sisters and brother-in-law, Catherine Ann and Phillip Brumbles of Culpeper. VA and Theresa Eileen Smith of Alexandria. VA; brother and Sister-in-law, Timothy L. and Patricia Smith of Christianburg, VA. Memorial services are pending and will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to a charity of your choice. Arrangements by McCOY FUNERAL HOME, 150 Country Club Dr., S.W., Blacksburg, VA.
Published in The Washington Post on Mar. 8, 2003
1968 - Betty Spanko Gyongyos - - Died in February 1993
1968 - David W Stebbins - (9/8/2007)
1968 - Frank Stillman - (3/21/2004) - SP4 US Army, Vietnam. Buried Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, FL Frank E. Stillman III, of Tavares, went home to be with the Lord, Sunday, March 21st. Frank was born Sept. 26 1949, in Chicago Heights, III. As an only child in a military family, he grew up in Japan, Germany and eventually Washington D.C. before moving to Florida in 1970. After workinq in retail for 10 years in Sarasota Fla., he took over his father-in-law's paint business in 1979 and had continued painting in Lake County for over 25 years. He was active in the community for many years coaching youth sports. He had a wonderful sense of humor that would always make you smile and will be missed dearly by his family and friends. He is survived by his wife, Kathy, his sons: Frank, Michael and Ric and his in-laws Jim and Joan Hollins. Memorial service will be held at 10:30 am, Saturday March 27th at the Beyers Funeral Home Chapel Umatilla, with the Reverend Michael Fronk officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations may be directed to Hospice of Lake & Sumter, 12300 Lane Park Road, Tavares Florida 32778. Beyers Funeral Home, Umatilla.
1968 - Cathy Jo Stringer-Ballenger (10/12/2016) - Cathy's daughter shared the news of the death of her mother. She also shared that she remember her mother telling stories from her high school years. Cathy married while still a student at Wakefield. She had a wonderful life and after the early death of her husband, Cathy raised her daughter on her own. She never remarried and explained that her husband was her soulmate and she was content to wait to meet him again in heaven. She was a strong and loving person and helped and cared for everyone she knew and cared about. She died at her home in Edgewater, FL., and in her own bed.
1968 - John Tarantola - (6/11/2006)
1968 - Harold Tavzel - (3/26/1993) - Anchorage resident Harold Richard Tavzel, 43, died March 26 at Providence Hospital. A memorial service was at the Witzleben Family Funeral Homes and Crematory, Bragaw Chapel, with Father Bede Wilks, OP, of Holy Family Cathedral officiating.
Mr. Tavzel was born Oct. 30, 1949, in Frankfurt, West Germany. He was a graduate of Arlington High School in Arlington, Va., and had attended George Washington University in Washington, D.C., Florida Technical College in Orlando, Fla., and the University of Alaska Anchorage. He moved to Alaska in 1975 and had worked on the Alaska Pipeline and was a member of the Laborers Local #341. He also has worked as a construction worker in Anchorage. An avid outdoorsman, he enjoyed the wildlife and was a member of the gem and mineral society.
He is survived by his father, Harold of San Antonio, Texas; his sons, Erik of Cambridge, Mass., Harold II of St. Joseph, La., Anton of Anchorage; and his daughter, Ginnette of St. Joseph; and his brother, Mark of Orlando. At his request, his cremated remains were scattered over Mount McKinley.
Cremated, Ashes scattered over Mount McKinley
1968 - Lawrence Taylor - (1/3/1983)
1968 - Geoffrey Waite
1968 - Richard Walbridge - (3/5/2011) - Walbridge, Richard P. "Dick" Age 50 of Zimmerman. On March 5, 2011. Survived by brothers, Tim, Don, Jeff, Corry, Mark and their families. Vis. Sunday from 4 to 6 PM with a 6 PM memorial service in the Miller Funeral Home, 6210 Hwy 65 NE, Fridley. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred
1968 - Linda Wallerick-Stock Morse - - Died in 2012
1968 - Sylvia Werner - (8/20/2000) - Buried Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington, VA - Section J
1968 - Roman L Williams - (2/27/2000)
1968 - James Wilson - A classmate reports that Jim died in July of 2009 in California.
1968 - J Annette Wright - (3/21/2013) - Annette was born January 13, 1951 to parents L.B. and Reva Wright, and sister Lynne. She was a lifelong resident of Northern Virginia and a long- standing member of Fairlington United Methodist Church. She was the first woman to usher at Fairlington. She graduated from Roanoke College and The George Washington University, obtaining Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Business Administration. Loving music, Annette played the piano, organ, guitar, and trombone. Her favorite place was the family farm in Hardin, MO. Though suffering a stroke in 1997, Annette lived her life with enthusiasm. She was an inspiration to all who knew her, a much-loved daughter, sister, aunt, cousin, and friend, and made life richer for all of us. The family suggests memorial contributions may be made to the Brain Injury Services at 8136 Old Keene Mill Road, Springfield, VA 22152 or to the Society of St. Andrew, Feeding America's Hungry at 3383 Sweet Hollow Road, Big Island, VA 24526-8517
Memorial services will be held on Saturday, September 28, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. at the Morton Church north of Hardin, MO. Inurnment will be in the Lavelock Cemetery north of Hardin. Online condolences may be left on our website at www.thurmanfuneralhome.com. Thurman Funeral Home in Richmond, MO is in charge of the arrangements
1968 - Thomas York - (1/7/2007) - He was born in Peekskill, N.Y., and lived in Vero Beach since 1999, coming from Alexandria, Va. He worked as a clerk with Fairfax Opportunities in Arlington, Va., and the Veterans Administration Graves Registration, Fort McNair, Washington, D.C. He was Episcopalian. Survivors include his wife of 11 years, Jeanne C. York. He was preceded in death by his father, Edwin York; brother, James York; mother, Marie York; and son, Maxwell Collins.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, 120 Wall St., 19th Floor, New York City, NY 10005.
Vero Beach Press Journal (FL) - Tuesday, January 9,2007
1968 - Linda Sue Young Carine - (6/18/1975) - Buried Fairfax City Cemetery, Fairfax, VA
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1969 - Gail Louise Ahrendts - (7/30/2015) - GAIL LOUISE AHRENDTS (Age 64) - Passed away peacefully on July 30, 2015, surrounded by the love and comfort of her family. She was the beloved and devoted sister of her twin brother, Gary Ahrendts and his wife, Charlotte. She was the devoted daughter of the late Harry and Virginia Ahrendts. She also leaves her dear and loving cousins, Suzanne Parrott, Cynthia Willkomn and Heidi Clemmer, who took care of her during her final illness, and several cousins and extended family and friends.
Gail earned her nursing degree from Alexandria School of Nursing, in 1973, where she was valedictorian, and also earned a B.S. and M.S. in nursing from Marymount University. She worked at INOVA Fairfax Hospital for more than 40 years in various nursing capacities. She was the consummate patient advocate; a mentor and teacher to many of her colleagues. She was loved and adored by all who knew her.
The family will receive friends at Murphy Funeral Home in Falls Church on Tuesday, August 4 from 6 to 8 p.m. Gail's funeral will be at Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church in Bethesda on Wednesday, August 5 at 10 a.m. and interment will follow at National Memorial Park in Falls Church. The family will receive guests for a reception at Murphy Funeral Home following interment services.
From her brother: I am writing to inform you that my twin sister, Gail L. Ahrendts, (Class of 1969), died July 30, 2015. Gail was an R.N. at Inova Fairfax Hospital her entire career. Gail earned her nursing degree from Alexandria School of Nursing in 1973 where she was valedictorian, and also earned a B.S. and an M.S. in nursing from Marymount University. Gail was the consummate patient advocate; a mentor and teacher to many of her colleagues. She was loved and adored by all who knew her. Gail was an avid Washington Redskins fan and dog lover her whole life. Memorial contributions may be made to: Arlington Animal Hospital, 2624 columbia Pike, Arlington, VA 22204, or to the National Psoriasis Foundation, 1800 Diagonal Rd., #360, Alexandria, VA 22314. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to INOVA Fairfax Hospital, 3300 Gallows Rd, Falls Church, VA 22042, Arlington Animal Hospital, 2624 Columbia Pike, Arlington, VA 22204 or the National Psoriasis Foundation, 1800 Diagonal Rd., #360, Alexandria, VA 22314, in the name of Gail Ahrendts.
1969 - Linda Joy Akre - (3/7/2001) - Linda Akre-Mariast, employed by the Wright Institute in Berkeley, died at home. She was 49.
The native of St. Louis, Mo., lived in Oakland before moving to Pleasant Hill two years ago. She enjoyed furniture refinishing.
She is survived by her husband of 15 years, Ed; sons, Emil Edward Mariast III and Philip Sander Mariast, both of Pleasant Hill; and sisters, Barbara Akre and Joan Romar, both of Pleasant Hill.
Services: Funeral 6 p.m. Friday at Magleby's Oak Park Hills Chapel in Walnut Creek.
Memorial gifts: American Cancer Society, 1700 Webster St., Oakland, CA 94612.
Contra Costa Times (Walnut Creek, CA) - Thursday, March 8, 2001
1969 - Robert D Arnold - (12/30/2002) - Buried Barrancas National Cemetery, Pensacola, FL - Section 40, Site 217. Marine Corp, Vietman
1969 - Terry Bernhardt - (10/14/2005) - Terry was an intelligent business man. One of his successful ventures included The American Rock Café in Montreal, Canada during the 1980's. He will be sadly missed by all who knew him.
Buried Sylvan Abbey Memorial Park, Clearwater FL
1969 - Sue Bissett Hayes - (6/2/2004) - Susan Bissett Hayes (Age 53)
Died Wednesday, June 2,2004 at DeBary Manor, DeBary, FL. Mrs. Hayes was born in Washington, DC and moved to Florida in 1998 from Fairfax, VA. Survivors, father, James Bissett, Jr., Palatka, FL; two brothers, James Bissett, III, Falls Church, VA and Peter H. Bissett, Charlottesville, VA; two sisters, Barbara Kaiser, DeBary, FL and Deborah Bissett, Fairfax, VA; and her former husband, Jack Hayes. Services private.
Published in The Washington Post on June 6, 2004
1969 - William Gary Brenner - (11/10/2004) - Buried National Memorial Park, Falls Church, VA Plot JJ
1969 - Sidney S Bryant - - Died in Stafford Co, Va at Mary Washington Hospital.
1969 - Arleine Camm Melen - (1/13/2010) - Arlene Hartley Camm Melen Died of cancer at age 58, surrounded by her family on December 29, 2009. She was born on September 21, 1951 in Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington, D.C. to Major Frank and Arlene Camm. Proud of her old, traditional Virginia heritage, she was a true Army Brat who grew up across the United States, Japan and Germany. Arlene graduated from Wakefield High School and the Civitan Civic Association designated her "The Most Outstanding Senior Girl in Arlington County." Graduating with a BA from Stanford University in 1973, she also earned an MA in Economics in 1974 and an MBA in 1978. After working with Stanford's property management group, she joined the fledgling Apple Computer, where she rose to become International Treasurer in the Pacific. Arlene delighted in her sons Samuel, Nicholas, and John, daughter Michelle, and husband Roger Melen. Arlene stopped work to enjoy her marriage and family, focusing on community affairs, church and steering her children through school. When her children were grown, Arlene became a high school teacher, teaching AP Economics, World Diplomacy and Psychology at Palo Alto High School. The passion she had for learning the art of teaching was only eclipsed by the passion she had for her students. She spent many nights cheering for her students while grading their exams. More important than the milestones she accomplished were the values by which she led her life. Above all things, she valued honesty and hard work and possessed a voracious appetite for knowledge as evidenced by her voluminous and wide-ranging library. Despite her pragmatic underpinnings, she was a southern romantic at heart, full of wonderful idiosyncrasies (she believed Dragons were real… and she had the evidence to prove it) and a goofy sense of humor. Her exuberant personality and gift of gab attracted friends wherever she went. She left indelible memories. It was her joy to see son Sam earn a Ph.D., marry a fine woman, Cara Dow, and have a son. She saw her second son Nick mature into a fine Army officer trained for the elite Special Forces. She saw daughter Michelle achieve law review at Whittier Law School, and her youngest son John finish high school and start his freshman year at Wake Forest University. When she was diagnosed with cancer, her goal was to see her grandson Nicholas born and hold him in her arms and to have her beloved family all together for Christmas. True to her character, she achieved her goals and although her life was shorter than many, she lived it to the fullest. She is survived by her husband, Dr. Roger Melen of Los Altos Hills CA; son Dr. Samuel and Mrs. Cara Williams and their son Nicholas of San Mateo, CA; son Nick of Fayetteville, NC; daughter Michelle Melen in Whittier Law School; son John Melen in Wake Forest University; brother Dr. Frank and Mrs. Nancy Camm of Alexandria, VA; and parents Lt. Gen, Frank and Mrs. Arlene Camm of Fort Belvoir, VA.
Published in San Jose Mercury News on Jan. 9, 2010
1969 - Nancy M Collette - (3/30/2003)
1969 - Patricia E Crockett - - Died in November 1995
1969 - Victoria Dimitras Simmons - (7/8/1996)
1969 - James Detorie - - Died in September 1982
1969 - Aubrey O Dusenbury - (9/21/2002) - Of Alexandria, VA, on September 21, 2002, at Hospice of Northern Virginia. Predeceased by his father, Aubrey O. Dusenbury, Sr. Survived by his mother, Mary P. Dusenbury; sister, Anna B. Cullinan and her husband, Michael. Also survived by one niece, Julie, and her husband, Michael Newhouse and one nephew, Stephen, and his wife, Tina Harris as well as a great-niece and nephew, Sam and Maggie. Friends may call Tuesday, September 24, from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. at EVERLY-WHEATLEY FUNERAL HOME, 1500 W. Braddock Rd., Alexandria, where funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Wednesday, September 25. Memorial contributions may be made to the Hospice of Northern Virginia, 4515 N. 15th St. Arlington, VA 22205. Interment Mount Comfort Cemetery.
1969 - Stephen E Estes - (1/27/2001)
1969 - Melvin L Ford - - Died in 1987. Served in Vietnam /Army
1969 - Gregory Lawrence Foster - (6/7/2000) - Note: Interment date 6-27-2000. SP4 US Army. Veteran Service Dates from 11-26-1968 to 11-05-1971. Information extracted from the National Cemetery Administration's National Gravesite Locator. http://www.cem.va.gov/
Burial: Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA - Plot: Section 5-F Row 5 Site 1
1969 - Steve Foster - (3/20/2009)
1969 - Barbara Franz - (9/2/2003) - Barbara Day Franz - On September 2,2003. She was preceded in death by her father, Richard Lowell Franz. Survived by long-time companion, Bebe Williams; mother, Elizabeth Day Franz; brother, Terry Alan Franz and sister, Susan Alice Franz. Friends may call on Sunday, September 7, from 2 to 4 p. m. at EVERLY-WHEATLEY FUNERAL HOME, 1500 W. Braddock Rd., Alexandria, VA. Memorial services will be held at 1 p.m. on Monday, September 8, at Fairlington Presbyterian Church, 3846 King St., Alexandria, VA 22302. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Fairlington Presbyterian Church.
Published in The Washington Post from Sept. 5 to Sept. 6, 2003
1969 - Storm D Hall - (3/1/2004) - HARPERS FERRY, W.Va. - Storm D. Hall, 52, of Harpers Ferry, died Monday, March 1, 2004, in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Born Nov. 27, 1951, in Jacksonville, Fla., he was the son of Stan Hall of Jacksonville, and the late Virginia Powers Hall. He graduated from Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va. He retired after 13 years with the U.S. Postal Service at the Winchester, Va., Post Office. He was of the Lutheran faith. He is survived by his wife of 20 years, Beverly F. Friel Hall, at home. A memorial service will be Sunday, March 21, at 2 p.m. at Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Charles Town, W.Va. The Rev. Frederick Poles will officiate. Burial will be private.
Memorial donations may be made to Jefferson County Animal Welfare Society, P.O. Box 147, Charles Town, WV 25414, or to American Cancer Society, 1599 Clifton Road, NE, Atlanta, GA 30329.
1969 - Sharon Healey - - Died in Morrison, CO
1969 - Don Henne - (7/30/2007) - Donald R. Henne, 56, passed away early Monday morning, July 30, 2007, in the comfort of his home after a brief illness.
He was born in Kodiak, Alaska, on Jan. 11, 1951, the son of Shirley (Gerew) Henne of Springfield, Va., and the late Edward Charles Henne. Don married Susan Biehl on Oct. 9, 1982, in North Branford, and together, raised their two children.
Don graduated in 1969 from Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va.; in 1973 he received a BS degree in forestry and wildlife from Virginia Polytechnic Institute in Blacksburg, Va.; and in 1975 he received a master's degree in wildlife biology from the University of Montana in Missoula, Mont. In his career, Don worked for the U.S. government for 32 years in natural resource management. Since 1998 he had worked as the project leader of the Coastal Ecosystems Program for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in R.I. Don enjoyed baseball, canoeing, fishing, camping, motorcycle riding and the Adirondack Mountains, but most of all, his family, friends, and co-workers.
Besides his wife and mother, he leaves his two children, Amanda S. Henne and Kevin R. Henne, both of North Stonington; a sister, Mary H. Kornman and her husband, Lew, of Morehead, Ky.; two brothers, Edward C. Henne Jr. and his wife, Anne, of Pueblo, Colo., and Paul W. Henne and his wife, Denise, of Fairfax, Va.; his father-in-law and mother-in-law, Louis and Elizabeth Biehl of North Branford; and many nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends Thursday, Aug. 2, from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Mystic Funeral Home, Route 1, Mystic. Burial will be private and at the convenience of the family. A private memorial service will be held at St. Thomas More Church, North Stonington, at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to either the Donald R. Henne Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 2, North Stonington, CT 06359 for a local high school student who wishes to continue in a career similar to Don's or to Hospice of Southeastern CT, Inc., P.O. Box 902, Uncasville, CT 06382.
1969 - Larry Gene Hollifield - (11/17/1993)
1969 - Thad Holloway - (4/1/2006) - Buried Tarkio Home Cemetery, Tarkio, Missouri, USA
1969 - Linda K Legg Nealon
1969 - Randolph J Lokke - (12/25/2012) - Randolph J. Lokke, age 62, Arlington, VA. Mr. Lokke was a graduate of Wakefield High School, Arlington Co, VA (1969). A Mass of Christian Burial at the cathedral of St. Thomas More, Arlington, VA, on Monday, January 7, 2013. Interment National Memorial Park cemetery.
Survived by Siblings: Kenneth, Maureen, Mary, Eric and Mark Lokke, Michele Quintana
1969 - Joseph "Skip" Marut - (11/25/2001) - Buried National Memorial Park, Falls Church, VA Plot gg 340A 3A
1969 - Darragh Mason - (9/14/2013) - Buried Shiloh Baptist Church, McLean, VA
1969 - John Meacham – (1984)
1969 - Michael Milton - (6/22/1990)
1969 - Eric J "Ricky" Nickens - (12/26/2010) - On Sunday, December 26, 2010. He leaves to mourn his beloved wife, Veronica; five sons, James, Sr. (Tomiko), Damon, Sr. (Christy), Andre, Sr. (Teresa), Anthony, Sr. (Michelle) and Brian, Sr.; and step-son, Ryan Adams. He also leaves 14 grandchildren, one great-grandchild, one brother, David (Jacqueline); three sisters, Saundra Bowman Parks, Beatrice and Pamela Nickens; other relatives and friends. Services will be held on Monday, January 3, viewing from 10 a.m. until time of service, 11 a.m. at STEWART FUNERAL HOME, 4001 Benning Rd., N.E., Washington, DC. Interment Washington National Cemetery.
Published in The Washington Post on Jan. 2, 2011
1969 - James Clayton Oliver - - Died in 2006
1969 - Frank R. Quante - (12/18/2012) - Of Sterling, VA passed away on Tuesday, December 18, 2012. Frank was born on July 16, 1951 in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. After graduating from Wakefield High School in Arlington, VA (Class of 1969); Frank lived for a brief time in Hawaii before settling permanently in Northern Virginia. Frank was a self-taught TV/Electronics repair man who owned and operated "RJ's TV repair" with his former wife, Barbara in downtown Leesburg for many years. For a second career, he became a Cad Technician at Bowman Consulting in Leesburg. Frank was a tinkerer who could fix almost anything, and his humor will be missed by those who knew him. He leaves behind his mother, Virginia Quante; and five siblings, Susan Quante, Carole Quante, David Quante (Class of 1971), Tracey Martin and Patrick Quante; as well as a niece and three nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Col. Frank Quante Jr., and birth mother, Verda Mae Rotter.
1969 - Robert Reed - 4/1/2015 - A classmates tells us that Robert was living in California at the time of his death and that he was an accomplished woodworker.
1969 - Gary Lenneth Richey
1969 - Enrique Luis Ruiz - (3/20/2012) - Buried Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Dagsboro, DE - Pieta Garden Tier3, Crypt 18
1969 - Paul Lester Russell - (10/20/1997)
1969 - Mona Saylor - (4/26/2012) - Mona Jeane Saylor, 60, of Hilton Head Island, SC passed away peacefully Thursday, April 26, 2012 at her home.
Mona was a devoted wife, mother, Nana and friend. She is survived by her husband of 27 years, Walter; her daughter, Lesley (Brad) Scheitlin of Baltimore, MD; 3 step sons, Steve (Ann) Saylor of Columbia, MD, Richard (Anna) Saylor of Raleigh, NC and Roger (Christy) of Sterling Heights, MI and 6 grandchildren, Jason, Matt, Kyle, Emma, Garrett and Luke.
Mona is in the comfort of her youngest daughter, Stephanie Loges, who passed away in 1994.
A celebration of her life will be held on Friday, May 25, 2012 at 11 am at Union Cemetery, Spencerville, MD.
1969 - William H Sheffield - (10/16/1997)
1969 - Carolyn M Sheriff - (9/10/2001) - Buried Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington, VA - section I
1969 - Frank H Shipley - (3/6/2003) - Frank H. Shipley - On March 6, 2003. The devoted, beloved husband of Donna Faye Shipley and the loving father of Deanna, Sabrina, Monica and Eric, died in Nashville, TN, ending his long battle with cancer. He was preceded in death by his mother, Barbara Jane Davis and her husband, Charles Davis. Survived by his father, Robert L. Shipley and his wife, Kathy
Shipley; his brothers, Billy, Robert and Mike; his sisters, Suzy and Amy: five grand- children, four nephews, two nieces and many friends. Frank will be loved and missed for a long, long time. Interment will be at Fairfax Cemetery, March 22 at 10 a.m. Friends and family are welcome.
Published in The Washington Post on Mar. 20, 2003
1969 - Doretha Slaughter - (11/16/2005) - Doretha Turk TURK,DORETHA - On Wednesday, November 16, 2005 at Virginia Hospital Center. DORETHA TURK, mother of Jaime Slaughter, William, Shamise and Shamaine Turk; mother, Maude Slaughter; sister of Rose Stancell. She is also survived by nine grandchildren, one son-in-law, one brother-in-law, two aunts, two uncles, numerous nieces and nephews, other relatives and many friends. Mrs. Turk will lie in state at Macedonia Baptist Church, 3412 S. 22nd St., Arlington, VA on Monday, November 21 from 10 a.m. until time of funeral service at 11 a.m. Interment Pleasant Valley Memorial Park. Services by CHI NN-BAKER.
Published in The Washington Post on Nov. 19, 2005
1969 - Nathaniel Smith - (11/8/1992)
1969 - John Ross Stenstrom - (4/19/1992) - Buried Cedar Lawns Memorial Park, Redmond, WA
1969 - Travis L Suggs - - Died in October 1985
1969 – Richard Van Camp – (4/28/2015) - Richard Gordon Van Camp, born
October 17, 1951 in Washington D.C. to Mrs. Gabrielle Van Camp and Mr.
Gordon Van Camp, passed away from cardiac arrest at 4 a.m. April 28,
2015 at Fairfax Inova Hospital in Fairfax, Virginia. He was comforted
by his long-time companion Denise Campbell and family members. He was
63 years old.
Gabrielle remembers her son as "my sweet boy". Richard was a thoughtful and caring person even as a young boy. He was once offered a bag of apples by a paper route customer. He brought the apples home and said "Here mom, now you can bake some pies". In the last five years he has been the main provider for his mom's needs. In high school Richard was a great sales person for his paper route. He started so many new customers that he won trips to many places and even got a scholarship to college. He still found time to be a good brother to his sister Carol. He took her to high school events quite often. Or he would spend time hanging out with his younger brother Bob, and writing to his older sister, Diana, who was away at college.
Richard graduated from Virginia Tech in 1973 with a degree in economics and accounting and became a certified public accountant. He married Karen Anderson in 1973 and they had a beautiful daughter, Laura Beth, in 1979. He worked for an accounting firm for a short time, but his real passion was creating and running his own business. Richards' first business was Richards' Decorating, which eventually turned into Sun Decks, Inc. His brother Robert worked with him at Sun Decks for a season. Time Life asked Richard to write an article about how to build a sun deck for their book on home improvements. The article was full of diagrams, pictures and measurements suited to the do-it-yourself builder. Eventually Richard resigned as president of Sun Decks to pursue a passion to help people through real-estate.
He managed real estate investments and helped many people qualify to own a home. He helped re-build low economic areas so that residents would have a quality place to live. Richard took up ice skating in 1979 and won several championships with his pairs and dance partners. He also loved the outdoors and exercise. He became an avid bike rider and took many long trips riding beautiful trails throughout the country. Many of his ice skating buddies still gather several times a year to fellowship and play music together. The idea of playing music inspired Richard to come back to his love for the violin. He started taking lessons again after 30 years and became a more accomplished musician. He challenged himself to learn pieces such as Meditation from Thais by Massenet, and played duets with his sister, Diana. He confessed recently that he listens to classical music at night to relax and fall asleep.
Richard supported the Special Olympics and actually gave ice skating lessons to a Special Olympics athlete for many years. He was also an officer in the Lupus Foundation and helped raise money for their cause. He was a true humanitarian in that nothing was too much for him to do to help people in need. Richard loved cross word puzzles and texting his niece Debra (OSU grad) about football games. When Virginia Tech played and beat Ohio State last fall, there was much "excitement" in the family. Most of all, Richard was a kind-hearted man who loved life and loved people. He was an over comer in difficult situations and always kept his great sense of humor. He recently re-dedicated his life to the Lord Jesus Christ and is now resting in the arms of Jesus. Richard was preceded in death by his father Gordon Ashley Van Camp. He is survived by his mother Gabrielle Van Camp, his daughter Laura Beth Van Camp, his companion Denise Campbell, his sisters Diana Van Camp and Carol Waugh, his brother Robert Van Camp and his ex-wife Karen Van Camp. A memorial service is planned for Saturday May 9 at 11 a.m. at Arlington Presbyterian Church, 3507 Columbia Pike, Arlington, Virginia. 22204. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made in the form of contributions to the American Cancer Society in Richards' memory. Published in The Washington Post on May 7, 2015
1969 - Mary "Micki" Van Riper - (11/15/2015) - Mary Althea McCabe Van Riper "Micki" Harden, 64, passed away on Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015.
Born on Sept. 27, 1951, in Washington, D. C., Micki was the loving daughter of the late George and Dorothy Van Riper. She was loved and admired for her kindness and dedication to her family and friends. Micki's indomitable spirit carried her loved ones in hard times and her smile and joy blessed us all in good times. She will forever remain in our hearts as a source of strength, joy and love.
Micki is survived by her loving husband, Ronnie Harden; son, John Eric Brown Fancy; her brother, John "Jake" Van Riper to whom she was a mentor; her nieces Stefanie, Rebecca and Amanda Van Riper; and her nephew George Van Riper.
A graveside service will be held Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016, at 11 a.m. at Spring City Cemetery with Rev. Dale Wyrick officiating.
Vaughn Funeral Home, of Spring City, Tenn. is in charge of arrangements. Share condolences and memories of Micki at www.vaughn-funeral-home.com.
1969 - Barbara Walker Jones - - Died in August 2011
1969 - Kenneth Wedding - (1/24/2000)
1969 - Murray Welt - (2/14/2003) - Murray Ben-Zion Welt - On Friday, February 14, 2003 of Arlington, VA Loving father of Nathaniel David, Julia Jean, and Jonah Lloyd Welt; son of
Isaac and Rhoda Welt; brother of Bernard and Selman Irvin Welt. Funeral service will be held at Congregation Etz Hayim, formerly Arlington-Fairfax Jewish Congregation, 2920 Arlington Blvd., Arlington, VA on Friday, February 21 at 10 a.m. Interment King David Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, P.O. Box 5216, Glen Allen, VA, 23058-5216. Arrangements made by JEFFERSON FUNERAL CHAPEL.
Published in The Washington Post on Feb. 19, 2003
1969 - Fred S Whiting - (8/31/1990)
1969 - Cynthia L Whittle - (7/11/1991) - Buried Bethel Cemetery, Alexandria, VA
1969 - Hollis "Holly" Williams (8/23/2009) - HOLLIS BARTON WILLIAMS "Holly" Holly Williams, age 58, of Arlington, VA, died peacefully in her sister's arms, early Sunday morning, August 23, 2009, after a courageous battle with non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma and pancreatic cancer. Daughter of the late Dr. George Q. Williams of Jersey Shore, PA, and Josephine Werner Williams Carter, of Bangor, PA, Holly was born May 30, 1951, in Ithaca, NY. Her father's employment with Texaco Company took the family to the Midwest, where she spent her first ten years in Wichita, KS, and Kansas City, MO. Led by her geologist father, it was on the plains and prairies where she began her lifelong love and fascination of earth's nature.
In 1961, the family returned to the east coast and Holly happily lived her remaining 48 years in Arlington. A 1969 graduate of Wakefield High School, she first attended Radford University, then continued her studies in Biology at VA TECH, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in 1973. After travelling and exploring the world with friends old and new, in 1974, she began her 35-year career in the Department of Entomology, Smithsonian Institution. At her death, Holly was a museum specialist, providing technical support to the Diptera Unit generally and to Wayne N. Mathis specifically. Holly developed expertise in identifying Diptera or true flies, collection-related transaction management, curation of collections (specimens preserved on pins, in alcohol, and on slides), and had become an expert on the production of electronically generated distribution maps.
Holly will be especially remembered for her devoted and kind service to guests and visitors of the Diptera Unit, often providing housing. Holly, as part of her association with entomology in the Washington, DC area, was the longest serving officer of the Entomological Society of Washington. Holly never met a stranger, and she knew that everyone had a story. Outgoing and friendly--and unconcerned with a person's age, finances or ethnicity-- she collected friends wherever she went. Always willing and available to help others (especially newcomers) in her communities, she amassed a wealth of friends and acquaintances throughout her lifetime. The incredible outpouring of love and support offered to her throughout her valiant walk with cancer was an overwhelming testimony to the number of lives that Holly has touched. She always encouraged everyone-locals and visitors alike-to enjoy the myriad museums, galleries, cultural, educational, and culinary opportunities available in our nation's capital.
An unofficial cheerleader for D.C., she loved the city where she lived and worked, never wanting to live anywhere else! How many tourists found their way after Holly sketched out maps or wrote down directions and information! Her civic-mindedness led her to service on the Board of Directors of her condo-association for many years, as well as a long association of service with the League of Women Voters. In 2008, she was one of two representatives from Virginia to the League's national meeting in Portland, OR. Holly also enjoyed serving as an election official in Arlington County. As a lifelong Christian, Holly's greatest joy was likely found as an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which she joined in 1981. Besides her activities within her stake and ward, she found profound honor and satisfaction in her weekly volunteer activities at the Mormon Temple in Kensington, MD. Holly's last assignment from her bishop within the Crystal City Ward was to encourage and promote emergency preparedness.
A lifelong athlete, Holly excelled not only in cycling but was a strong swimmer. Arlington Forest Swim Club and VA TECH swim teams both benefitted from her participation. Walking or hiking in this country and around the world, Holly was happiest when she was outside, in God's glorious world. A lifelong recreational bicyclist, Holly also commuted to work on her bike (long before the term "green" was coined) and she was ever the champion of local, national, and planetary environmental issues. Other interests of hers included ethnic cooking (and eating!); reading books, magazines, and The Washington Post; photography, collecting stamps, raising pets and tropical fish; corresponding with friends she'd made around the globe. Her beloved Doberman Pincer, Caspian, who passed away last November, was her shadow and good-natured canine companion.
A memorial service, celebrating Holly's life, will be held on Wednesday, September 9, 2009 at 10:00a.m., at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 2810 King St., Alexandria, VA. Interment will be private, at a later date, in Beech Creek, PA. In lieu of flowers, Holly would be pleased if you would help support the following organizations: The C. W. Sabrosky Fund (National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution); The Perpetual Education Fund (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints); Mercy Corps (Portland, Oregon), Arlington League of Women Voters, and your local ASPCA. Holly is survived by her mother, Dolores M. Williams (Dee) of Lewes, DE; a sister, Janet Myers, also of Lewes.
Published in The Washington Post on Sept. 6, 2009.
1969 - Mahmood Zamanpeur - - Died in 1979
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