ANNA H. BAILEY
WINDSOR - Anna Hall Bailey, 69, of Florida Ave., died Saturday, Feb. 17, , at Hillhaven-Nansemond Nursing Home, Suffolk. She was a native of Isle of Wight County and a homemaker.
Mrs. Bailey was a member of Central Hill Baptist Church and its Philathea Sunday School Class and a member of Women on Missions.
Mrs. Bailey was the daughter of the late George Henry and Hattie Jones Hall. She was preceded in death by her husband, Howard Bailey, and her sister, Wortley Louise Hall.
Survivors include one daughter, Nancy Hall Bailey Mayo of Windsor; son-in-law, Darrell G. Mayo of Windsor; one granddaughter, Jennifer Nicole Mayo of Windsor; and one sister, Emma Lee Pulley of Windsor.
A funeral service will be conducted Tuesday, Feb. 20, at 11 a.m. at Central Hill Baptist Church with the Rev. John McQuarry, the Rev. James Crocker and Dr. Ira Hudgins officiating. Burial will follow in Central Hill Baptist Church Cemetery.
The family will receive friends Sunday, Feb. 18, from 2 to 4 p.m. at Colonial Funeral Home, Smithfield, and suggests memorial contributions may be made to Arthritis Foundation, Hampton Roads Branch, Maycox Ave., Suite #3, Norfolk, Va. or Central Hill Baptist Church, c/o Ollie Logan, Raynor Road, Ivor, Va.
Colonial Funeral Home, Smithfield, is handling arrangements.
HELEN A. BICKER
HAMPTON - Helen Augusta Bicker, 82, mother of Norma Waldschmidt, died Saturday, Feb. 17, Arrangements by R. Hayden Smith Funeral Home.
WALTER H. BOSWELL
PARKSLEY - Walter H. Boswell of Parksley Road, Parksley, Va. , died at home Thursday, Feb. 15,
He was born May 20, , in New Kent County, Va.
Mr. Boswell was Virginia's youngest sheriff, appointed by the Circuit Court when he was 21 years old to replace his father, Sheriff Robert Lee Boswell, who died in office. Mr. Boswell was re-elected twice and then joined the Virginia Parole System when it was established, serving as the first parole officer for the entire Peninsula District.
After leaving the parole system, Mr. Boswell went into the plumbing and heating business in Williamsburg, where he operated Boswell Plumbing and Heating Company for 35 years.
While living in New Kent Mr. Boswell was instrumental in forming the Tabernacle Memorial Association and served twice as president. He also served as a rehabilitation officer for veterans coming out of the service after World War II.
Mr. Boswell served twice as chairman of the Williamsburg-James City March of Dimes. He served on the York County Planning Commission for 12 years and helped in the formation of the Plumbing Code. In York County he served as chairman of the Plumbing Board for 10 years.
In Williamsburg he was a charter member of the Exchange Club, joining when the club was formed in He served as club president, state secretary, state president and was on the National Exchange Club Building Committee where he worked with club members from 18 states.
Mr. Boswell served two terms as a national director of Exchange and held various other state and national positions. He was the recipient of numerous Exchange Club awards, including its highest honor, the Book of Golden Deeds.
His work for Exchange continued into Mr. Boswell's later years. He was co-chairman in formation of several additional area clubs. Also, as an Exchange project, for several years he organized and directed the Williamsburg Talent Show, providing many young performers their first opportunity to appear in front of an audience.
In later years Mr. Boswell became a self-taught ventriloquist and became known for entertaining both adult and children's groups in the Williamsburg area and in Parksley.
He attended the College of William and Mary and Richmond Professional Institute.
He was a member of St. Thomas United Methodist Church in Bloxom and sang in the church choir and was formerly a member of Williamsburg United Methodist Church until moving to Parksley in
Mr. Boswell was preceded in death by his wife of 58 years, Louise C. Boswell, who died Dec. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Betty McKown of Parksley, with whom he lived, and Mrs. Anne R. Owens of Bowie, Md.; one son, Robert Boswell of Hallwood; five grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be conducted from the St. Thomas United Methodist Church near Parksley on Sunday at 2 p.m. by the Rev. Travis DeLoach with interment in the Parksley Cemetery. Visitation will be one hour before the service.
Memorial donations may be made to the St. Thomas United Methodist Church in care of O.J. Rowley, P.O. Box , Parksley, Va.
Arrangements by the Williams-Parksley Funeral Home.
EARL H. BRIGGS JR.
LANHAM, Md. - Earl Holloway Briggs Jr., 59, the son of Mrs. Olee Briggs of Hampton, died Wednesday, Feb. 14,
ROBERT A. CAMPANA
NEW YORK CITY - Dr. Robert A. Campana died recently after courageously fighting a long illness. He was born in London, England, and was a resident of New York City at the time of his death.
He graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a BS degree in Psychology and then went on to complete post graduate studies at the College of William & Mary, where he received his Ph.D. in child psychology.
Following completion of his doctorate studies, he was employed by the Chesterfield County school system as a school psychologist and, most recently, was on the faculty at NYU.
Throughout his career he was actively involved with a variety of youth services, especially with the Boy Scouts and counseling underprivileged children with emotional problems. At the time of his death he was an active volunteer at the pediatric psychiatric ward at St. Vincent's Hospital in Manhattan.
He was preceded in his death by his father, Mr. Vincent A. Campana, and is survived by his mother, Mrs. Anne Campana, and three brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Campana, Mr. and Mrs. Skip Campana and Dr. and Mrs. Rick Campana, all of Williamsburg. Additional family includes four nieces and three nephews.
Wake ceremonies will be held 2 p.m. Monday, Feb. 19, at Bucktrout of Williamsburg Funeral Home by the Rev. George E. Zahn with a burial ceremony on Tuesday in Cedar Grove Cemetery.
Expressions of sympathy should be sent in c/o Boy Scouts of America Troop at the Williamsburg Methodist Church, Jamestown Road, Williamsburg, Va.
Arrangements are being handled by Bucktrout of Williamsburg Funeral Service, Ironbound Road, Williamsburg, Va.
DONNA W. CARLOS
HAMPTON - Donna W. Carlos went to a better life, free of pain and suffering, on Feb. 15,
Donna is survived by her mother and stepfather, Burnell and Clifford Plummer of Hampton; father, Don Carlos of New London, Conn.; sister, Marion Carlos of Hampton; brothers, Roquman Carlos and Mohommed Carlos, both of Hampton; nieces, Kyla, Kenyatta and Latoya Carlos, all of Hampton; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
A Homegoing memorial service will be held 1 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20, at Calvary Community Church, Tower Place, Hampton.
Donna, my loving daughter, I will always have you in my heart. We all love you.
Arrangements by Cooke Bros. Funeral Chapel.
JAMES C. COPELAND
WINDSOR - James Clinton Copeland, 81, died Feb. 17, Arrangements by Pretlow & Chapman Funeral Home, Smithfield.
JAMES R. CROOMS JR.
HAMPTON - James R. Crooms Jr., 50, son of Rovena Bernard, died Saturday, Feb, Arrangements by Cooke Bros. Funeral Chapel.
MILDRED S. EDWARDS
NEWPORT NEWS - Mildred Simine Edwards, 77, died Thursday, Feb. 15, A native of Danville, she had been a Peninsula resident for most of her life.
She was a housewife. She was a member of Riverside Baptist Church.
She is survived by one daughter, Linda Agnor of Newport News; one son, Dwight Lee Butts of Newport News; one brother, John H. Williams of Danville; and a grandson, Jerry E. Phillips Jr. of Newport News.
A graveside service will be held 2 p.m Tuesday in Parklawn Memorial Park by the Rev. Tommy Davidson. Burial will also be in Parklawn Memorial Park.
Visitation will be from p.m. Monday at Riverside Funeral Home.
Memorials may be made the American Heart Association, Thimble Shoals Blvd., Newport News
Riverside Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
JOHN B. FAUBER
WEST POINT - John B. Fauber, 68, husband of Hilda H. Fauber, died Friday, Feb. 16, Arrangements by Vincent Funeral Home, West Point.
ELIZABETH B. HANDSCHUH
WESTMINSTER, Md. - Elizabeth Brizzi Handschuh, 64, formerly involved with theRed Cross of Fort Eustis, died Thursday, Feb. 15, Arrangements by StaufferFuneral Home, Mount Airy, Md.
MARGARET K. JONES
NORFOLK - Margaret Katherine Jones, 87, died Feb. 16, , in Norfolk. Mrs. Jones was a native of Columbus County, N.C., and was a Baptist.
She attended Woman's College UNC, Greensboro, N.C., and was chief clerk of a selected service during World War II. She retired as executive assistant of Microbiological Associates, Washington, D.C., in
Mrs. Jones was the daughter of the late Vance and Matilda Maultsby Pierce and was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Willard Jones. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Paul R. Jones of Colorado Springs, Colo., Ann Owens of Charlotte, N.C., and Mrs. A.L. "Marie" Cowan of Hampton; six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
A private graveside service will be held Monday, Feb. 19, at p.m. and a memorial service will be held at The Ballentine, Granby St., Norfolk, on Wednesday, Feb. 21, at a.m. by the Rev. Carriker.
Memorial contributions may be made to The Margaret Katherine Jones Memorial Fund, c/o The Ballentine, Granby St., Norfolk, Va.
Twiford Funeral Home, Ghent Chapel, Norfolk, is handling all arrangements.
THURMAN L. KEEL
WINDSOR, N.C. - Thurman Lee Keel, 73, of Castelloe Road, went to be with the Lord on Friday, Feb. 16,
Mr. Keel was a native of Halifax County, a member of the Windsor Assembly of God, former member of the Bethel Assembly of God in Hampton and had served as a deacon in both churches. He was a World War II Army veteran and a retired welder for the Newport News Shipyard.
Survivors include his wife, Helen Pauline D. Keel of Windsor, N.C.; sons, George I. Keel of Fredericksburg and Paul R. Keel of Wauchula, Fla.; sisters, Willie Mae Powell of Newport News and Louise K. Sharpe of Rocky Mount, N.C.; brothers, Frank W. Keel of Baltimore, Md., Raymond L. Keel of Newport News and James Keel of Yorktown; granddaughter, Carrie Grace Keel and grandsons, George Keel Jr. and Paul Keel II.
A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Windsor Assembly of God by the Rev. Chuck Gray. Burial will be at 3 p.m. in Pineview Cemetery, Rocky Mount, N.C. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Walker Funeral Home, Windsor.
Memorial gifts may be made to Windsor Assembly of God Building Fund, S. King St., Windsor, N.C.
JOHN P. LODGE
NEWPORT NEWS - John Paul Lodge, 74, of Newport News died Saturday, Feb. 17, , at Riverside Regional Hospital. He was born on Dec. 31, , in Louisville, Ky.
He was a sales representative with Holiday Motors for the past 10 years. He was a former police officer with the Williamsburg Police Department for 11 years.
He was a member of Williamsburg Baptist Church. He served in the Army Tank Corp. in World War II. He started the first safety patrol in the Williamsburg public schools and also started the Junior Rifle Club in Williamsburg. He received the Good Government Award from the Williamsburg Chamber of Commerce for his activities with the youth.
He is survived by his wife, Margaret Grubbs Lodge of Newport News; daughter, Paulette L. Ashe and her husband, Thomas H. Ashe, of Gloucester Point; brother, William T. Wiley of Rocky Mount, N.C.; sister, Mary Lou Smith of Bluefield, W.Va.; two grandchildren, Melissa and Ryan Ashe of Gloucester Point; niece, Donna Smith of Bluefield, W.Va.; and several nieces and nephews in Williamsburg.
A graveside service will be held 11 a.m. Monday, Feb. 19, in Williamsburg Memorial Park by Dr. Wayne Price.
Arrangements are being handled by Bucktrout of Williamsburg Funeral Service, Ironbound Road, Williamsburg, Va.
BERNIECE H. MILLS
SEAFORD - Berniece Hurst "Bunny" Mills, 76, died Feb. 17, A native of Hampton, Mrs. Mills had been a Peninsula resident most of her life.
She was a member of Zion United Methodist Church, Seaford, and had been active in many different organizations of the church and the community.
She is survived by her husband, Francis W. Mills, and one daughter, Joan Elizabeth Mills, of Seaford.
A funeral service will be held Tuesday, Feb. 20, at p.m. at Zion United Methodist Church with the Rev. Thomas G. Lee officiating. Interment will follow in Peninsula Memorial Park, Newport News.
The family will receive their friends Monday from p.m. at the Amory Funeral Home, Grafton.
Memorials may be made to York County Rescue Squad, P.O. Box , Grafton, Va. or the American Heart Association, Thimble Shoals Blvd., Newport News, Va.
JOHN F. MORRIS JR.
SMITHFIELD - John Franklin Morris Jr., 60, of 12 Riverside Drive, died Thursday, Feb. 15, , at Riverside Regional Medical Center. He was a native of Hampton, living 23 years in Smithfield.
Mr. Morris served four years in the United States Marine Corps and retired as a planner and estimator (pipefitter) from the Norfolk Naval Shipyard. He was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church.
Survivors include his wife, Donna Morgan Morris of Smithfield; a son, Robert Franklin Morris of Hampton; a grandson, Ryan Franklin Morris of Hampton; his mother-in-law, Mrs. Bette L. Harris of Georgetown, Del.; a sister-in-law, Mrs. Betty H. Joy of Newport News; a niece; and several aunts and cousins.
A memorial service will be held p.m. Monday, Feb. 19, at Trinity United Methodist Church, Mason and Cedar Streets, Smithfield. The family will receive friends following the service. A graveside service will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20, in Peninsula Memorial Park with Masonic Rites by Bremond Masonic Lodge # A.F.&A.M.;
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Music Ministry of Trinity United Methodist Church or the Isle of Wight Rescue Squad.
Peninsula Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
RUSSELL C. MORSE JR.
BLADENSBURG, Md. - Russell Cephas Morse Jr., 57, died Feb. 14, He was anative of Mathews and an Army veteran.
He is survived by his wife, Lillian M. Morse; a daughter, Tracy D. Morse of Maryland; three sons, Tony R. Morse of Fredericksburg and Gary D. Morse and Terry G. Morse, both of Maryland; father, Russell C. Morse Sr., and mother, Nora Morse, both of Cobbs Creek; two sisters, Adrienne Smith of Hayes and Doris Brooks of Cobbs Creek; and six grandchildren.
A funeral service conducted by the Rev. Eric Robinson will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 20, at 2 p.m. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, Cobbs Creek. Interment in church cemetery.
Viewing will be from p.m. Monday, Feb. 19, at Knight Funeral Home, Mathews, and one hour before the service at the church on Tuesday.
Family will assemble at the home of Doris Brooks by p.m. on Tuesday.
GERTRUDE P. RABON
POQUOSON - Gertrude Pauline Rabon, 82, died Friday, Feb. 16, She was a native of Warrenville, S.C.
Mrs. Rabon is survived by her son, David Rabon of Rodanthe, N.C.; four grandchildren, David and Donny, both of Poquoson, and Wendy Fillmore and Susan Graczyk, both of York County; and eight great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be conducted 11 a.m. Monday, Feb. 19, at Messick Baptist Church by the Rev. Benny Topping. The family will be at the home of David Rabon Jr., Poquoson Ave., Poquoson.
Memorials may be made to the Messick Baptist Church Building Fund, Poquoson Ave., Poquoson
Arrangements by R. Hayden Smith Funeral Home.
TABB - Margaret Elizabeth Clark Riggins () died at her home Saturday, Feb. 17,
She was a former teacher; past president, Virginia Federation of Womens Clubs; past president, Tidewater District, VFWC; past president, Poquoson Woman's Club; past president, PEO, Chapter A; former member, Poquoson Planning Commission; member, Emmaus Baptist Church; and a former teacher of adult Bible class.
Mrs. Riggins, a graduate of James Madison University, taught in Arlington and Harrisonburg schools.
Mrs. Riggins was engaged in civic and community betterment projects throughout her life. She had a strong interest in environmental quality and, as president of the Virginia Federation of Womens Clubs, made environmental preservation a theme. She was awarded a Certificate of Merit for being instrumental in preserving a large portion of the Great Dismal Swamp.
She was the wife of the late Alvah Edison Riggins.
She is survived by a sister, Louise Clark Test of Fredericksburg; three daughters, LenaLee Riggins Rich of Yorktown, Betty Riggins Hastings of Williamsburg and Janice Riggins Quinn of Bladensburg, Md.; five grandchildren, David Hastings of Colorado Springs, Colo., Suzanne Lee Hastings of Orlando, Fla., Nicole Stimpson of Boston and Ryan and Regan Rich of Yorktown; and two great-grandchildren.
The family will receive friends Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. at Claytor Rollins Funeral Home. The funeral service will be 2 p.m. Monday at Emmaus Baptist Church, Poquoson, by Dr. Irvin Acree and Dr. Wayne Price. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.
Remembrances may be made by contributing to the Alvah Edison and Margaret Clark Riggins Scholarship Fund for Poquoson High School, administered by the Poquoson Woman's Club: Poquoson Woman's Club, Riggins Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box , Poquoson, Va.
HAMPTON - Geneva Richardson, 85, died Feb. 12, , at Sentara Hampton General Hospital. A native of Hampton, she had been a Peninsula resident for 85 years.
She was retired from the Hampton school system Maintenance Department. She was a member of Third Baptist Church and its Usher Board. She was also a member of the St. Mary's Household #
She is survived by a devoted friend, Florine Chatman of Hampton.
A funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday at Third Baptist Church, Hampton, by the Rev. James Brooks. The body will be placed in the church at a.m. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery.
Viewing will be from noon to 5 p.m. Monday at Smith Brothers Funeral Home.
Assemble at Smith Brothers Funeral Home by 10 a.m. Tuesday.
Arrangements by Smith Brothers Funeral Home.
GEORGE J. STEIGER
NEWPORT NEWS - George J. Steiger, Colonel U.S. Air Force Retired, died Feb. 16, , after a brief illness. A native of Dayton, Ohio, Col. Steiger moved to the Peninsula July He retired from the Air Force in February after 31 years of active service.
Col. Steiger flew 25 successful missions during World War II and received many honors for his loyal service, which included the Distinguished Flying Cross and The Legion of Merit.
He is survived by his wife, Mildred Rawls Steiger; four children, Sally Steiger of Hampton, James C. Steiger of Paso Robles, Calif., Sue Amestreiter of Harrisonburg and John P. Steiger of Newport News; and three stepchildren, Charlotte Rawls Bowry of Newport News, A. Lee Rawls of Windermere, Fla., and Thomas A. Rawls of Grafton. Also surviving are six grandchildren and six stepgrandchildren.
A memorial service will be held at Trinity United Methodist Church Monday, Feb. 19, at 11 a.m.
Memorials should be in the form of contributions to the American Cancer Society or Trinity United Methodist Church.
JIMMIE M. TARTE
WEST COLUMBIA, S.C. - Jimmie M. Tarte, 64, brother of Dean Woodward of Hampton, died Friday, Feb. 16, Arrangements by Thompson Funeral Home, West Columbia, S.C.
GLOUCESTER - Jack Williams, 77, died Feb. 8, He was a native of North Carolina, and moved to Gloucester County, where he made his home for many years. He had retired from Newport News Shipbuilding. A few years ago, he and his wife moved to Carrollton, Va.
He is survived by his wife, Lila (Micky) Williams; four sons, Johnny, Freddie, Ricky and Ronnie Williams, all of Gloucester County; a daughter, Mary Katherine Stanley of Carrollton; two other daughters and a son from previous marriages, Linda Bremmer, Joyce Garnett; and one son, Roy Lee Garcia; two stepdaughters, Brenda Canter, Marcie Belvin; and a stepson, Ted Callaway; many grandchildren including Kathy, Trisha, Amy, Crystal, Matthew, Timmy, Chris, Michelle, Freddie Jr., Amanda, Brandon, Jessica and Barbara; great-grandchildren, Shanea Fawn, Baby Widener, Boo Boo, Joshua, Taylor and Larry.
The family received friends at Hogg Funeral Home on Saturday, Feb. A funeral service was conducted by the Rev. M.G. Dudley on Sunday, Feb. 11, at 2 p.m. at Hogg Funeral Home in Gloucester. Interment followed at Meadowbrook Cemetery in Suffolk.
Pall bearers were Johnny Williams, Freddie Williams, Ricky Williams, Ronnie Williams, Timmy Williams, Chris Williams, Matthew Williams and Freddie Williams Jr.
WILLIAM P. WRENN SR.
GRAFTON - William Paul Wrenn Sr., 90, husband of the late Joyce Regent Wrenn,died Feb. 16, Arrangements by Amory Funeral Home, Grafton.
DUANE C. ZELLERS
NEWPORT NEWS - Duane C. Zellers, 71, native of Sioux Falls, S.D., died Thursday, Feb. 15,
Mr. Zellers, a World War II Navy veteran, retired from the Navy after 20 years of distinguished service. He later retired from NASA after 27 years of service.
Survivors include his wife, Clara Lawson Zellers; four children, Edwin W. Zellers of Hampton, Wayne G. Zellers of Christiansburg, Steve D. Zellers of Hayes, and Joy R. Webster of Newport News; his brother, Everett Zellers of Flandreau, S.D.; and four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
The family will receive friends Sunday from 2 to 3 p.m. at Peninsula Funeral Home. Graveside services will be private.
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Memorial contributions may be made to the Peninsula Rescue Mission, Huntington Ave., Newport News, Va.
Arrangements by R. Hayden Smith Funeral Home.
JAMES H. LASSITER
NEWPORT NEWS - James H. "Jimmy" Lassiter of Center Ave., Newport News, died Oct. 9, He was born in Warwick County.
He was employed at Newport News Shipyard for 34 years. He was a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church, Newport News.
He is survived by his wife, Marion J. Lassiter of Newport News; two sons, Jamar H. Lassiter and Tyrus J. Lassiter, both of Newport News; three brothers, Leroy A. Lassiter of Clinton, Md., Sidney H. Lassiter of Newport News and Idell C. Brown of Hawaii; a mother-in-law, Norlean Batts of Hampton; five sisters-in-law, Elizabeth Lassiter of Clinton, Md., Barbara Lassiter and Gloria Marshall, both of Hampton and Bernice Lassiter and Faye Brown, both of Newport News; a brother-in-law, Robert Marshall of Hampton; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
A funeral service will be held at noon Saturday, Oct. 14, , by the Rev. Randolph Rylander at Emmanuel Baptist Church, Newport News. Burial in Hampton Memorial Gardens. The body will be at O.H. Smith and Son Funeral Home for viewing Friday from 1 to 8 p.m.
Arrangements by Community Funeral Home, Norfolk Chapel.
JAMES S. MITCHEM JR.
MATHEWS - James Sidney Mitchem Jr., 77, of Gwynn, died Wednesday, Oct. 11, He was a native and lifelong resident of Mathews County and retired in from Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company.
He is survived by his wife, Minnie Mitchem; daughter, Kathy Rowe and husband, Timothy B. of Gwynn; two sisters, Sarah Bing of Hudgins and Carolyn Diggs of Gwynn; one brother, Buddy Mitchem of Gwynn; and grandsons, Brian and Jason Rowe.
A graveside service will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday in Gwynn's Island Cemetery. The family will receive friends Thursday from 7 to p.m. in the Foster-Faulkner Funeral Home, Mathews, and at all other times at the home of Kathy Rowe, Gwynn.
Memorials may be made to the Mathews Volunteer Rescue Squad and/or Fire Department, Mathews, Va.
WILLIE M. SKEETER
SUFFOLK - Willie Mae Skeeter, 65, died Tuesday, Oct. 10, , in Obici Hospital.
Arrangements by Peebles Funeral Home, Suffolk.
REGINALD E. VAUGHAN
WALTERS - Reginald Edward Vaughan, 84, of Walters Highway, died Oct. 11, Mr. Vaughan was a lifelong resident of Isle of Wight County and was the son of the late George W. and Bertha Rose Vaughan.
He was a retired papermaker at Union Camp Corporation and was a lifelong member of Mount Carmel Christian Church. He was an Army veteran; a member of the Walter Ruritan Club; Woodmen of the World Lodge No; and Purdie Masonic Lodge No, A.F. & A.M., Windsor.
Survivors include his wife of 58 years, Beatrice Joyner Vaughan; one daughter, Pamela R. Vaughan of Walters; one son, Marion E. Vaughan of Newport News; two brothers, George Woodrow Vaughan of Newport News and Ray Vaughan of Hampton; three grandchildren, Kathy V. Lewis, S. Craig Vaughan and John E. Vaughan; and three great-grandchildren.
The funeral will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 13, , at Mount Carmel Christian Church by Rev. Robert Bennett. The burial with Masonic rites will be in the church cemetery. The family will receive friends at Wright Funeral Home, Franklin, from 7 to 9 p.m. today and suggest that memorials be made to the Mount Carmel Christian Church Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund, Walter, Va.
ANNIE M. WATKINS
NEWPORT NEWS - Annie M. Watkins died Wednesday, Oct. 11, Arrangements by O.H. Smith and Son Funeral Home.
EVELYN R. WRIGHT
NEWPORT NEWS - Evelyn R. Wright, 61, of 22nd St., Newport News, went to meet our heavenly father on Oct. 10, , after a short illness in Riverside Regional Medical Center. Mrs. Wright was a native of Goochland County.
She was a member of First Church of Newport News, Baptist, and retired from the Newport News Juvenile Detention Home.
Evelyn was one of the most loving, cheerful and thoughtful persons who leaves to cherish her love, four daughters, Seletta Harris, Udora Jones, Clovia Cooper and Paula Wright; four sons, Bret Wright, Larry Wright, Ernest Wright Jr. and Antoine Wright; her mother, Adele Fleming of Goochland; and a host of grandchildren and friends. She was predeceased by her son, Troy Wright and her father, Walter Harris.
A homegoing service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 14, at First Church of Newport News, Baptist, by Dr. Fred J. Boddie Jr. Interment will follow in Pleasant Shade Cemetery. The family requests that all donations be taken to 22nd St.
Love to all who knew her for she loved all. Arrangements by O.H. Smith and Son Funeral Home.
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JACKSONVILLE - Charles (“Chuck” or “Pipa”) B. Montague, 72, of Jacksonville, died Monday, October 11, at his home. Memorial services will be held privately. Chuck was born in Houghton, MI to the late Fred and Edith Montague. He was a Harley Davidson bike rider for life in Florida and Jacksonville, NC. He worked as Parts Manager for Harley Davidson Motor Cycles in both FL and in
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Warren “Lee” Wade, 74, of Jacksonville passed away on October 10, at his house. A Private Graveside Service will be held on Thursday, October 14th at 11 AM at the Raynor Family Cemetery. He is preceded in death by his parents, Warren and Lena Wade; three sisters, Lula Brewer, Betty Jo Fountain, and Linda Maxwell; and brother, James “Jimmy” Wade. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth Wade; his daughter, Amanda Parker and husband Chris of Richlands; grandsons,
Warren “Lee” Wade, 74, of Jacksonville passed away on October 10, at his house. A Private Graveside Service will be held on Thursday, October 14th at 11 AM at the Raynor Family
Jimmy raced his final lap around this race track called life on October 9th, after a long and hard fought battle with cancer. He was preceded in death by his father, Bryan Davis Collins, and his mother, Sadie Marie Collins. Left to cherish his memory are his wife, Judi, son Ryan (Lauren) of Winston-Salem, step daughters Leslie Bullard (David) of Hampstead and Natalie Price (Jason) of Lillington. He was so proud of and adored his grandchildren; Brody, Blake, Carson,
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Jacksonville- Tony Ray Taylor passed away Saturday, October 9, at the age of Tony loved to work on cars, he helped with anything he could when friends and family asked him to. Tony is preceded in death by his wife, June Oliver Taylor; his parents, Swanney Weston and Elwood Taylor, Sr.; and brother, Rodney Taylor. He is survived by his children, Jody Taylor and Jacqueline Wood (Walter) both of Jacksonville, brother Elwood Taylor Jr., Sister-in-law’s OK Morton, Lea Batchelor
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James Edward Mitchell gained his angel wings on October 8, He was born on January 28, to Gary Mitchell and Lisa Taylor Mitchell in Richlands, NC. His loved ones who went to be with our Lord before him are: infant daughter, Alyssa Mitchell; granddad, James Taylor; grandparents, Leslie “Casey” and Margie Mitchell. The loved ones he leaves behind to cherish his memory are: wife, Amie Mitchell, son, Luke Mitchell and daughter, Taylor Mitchell
James Edward Mitchell gained his angel wings on October 8, He was born on January 28, to Gary Mitchell and Lisa Taylor Mitchell in Richlands, NC. His loved ones who went to
Jacksonville, NC – SgtMaj. Jerry C. Brewer, USMC Ret., 81, died Friday, October 8, at his residence. Private graveside services will be held with full military honors at Coastal Carolina State Veterans Cemetery with Rev. Daniel Flynn officiating. His wife of 54 years, Lois Ann Brewer precedes him in death. Survivors include daughters, Tonya McCauley and husband, Stan and Kristin Mack and husband, Don all of
Jacksonville, NC – SgtMaj. Jerry C. Brewer, USMC Ret., 81, died Friday, October 8, at his residence. Private graveside services will be held with full military honors
Hubert- Dennis Raymond O’Shea, 59, passed away Thursday, October 7, at his home with his family by his side. He was born December 8, in Camden, NJ a son to, Dennis Raymond O’Shea and Barbara Boston O’Shea. A Celebration of Life service will be held Saturday, October 16, at AM at Jones Funeral Home-Swansboro with Pastor Blake Larson officiating. The family will receive friends 30 min. prior to the service at the funeral home. Dennis loved to
Hubert- Dennis Raymond O’Shea, 59, passed away Thursday, October 7, at his home with his family by his side. He was born December 8, in Camden, NJ a son to, Dennis Raymond
Jacksonville – Donald “Scotty” Arthur Scott Jr. passed Thursday, October 7, at his home with his wife at his side. Donald honorably retired from the United States Marine Corps at the rank of Master Sergeant. He would later retire in from ABA Rental Properties. Donald loved the outdoors and shared a passion for hunting with his wife. Donald was preceded in death by his son, Alexander Scott; and his parents, Doris and Donald Scott
Jacksonville – Donald “Scotty” Arthur Scott Jr. passed Thursday, October 7, at his home with his wife at his side. Donald honorably retired from the United States
Miriam Louise Brown Moore passed away on Thursday, October 7, at Woodbury Wellness in Hampstead, NC. She was born in in Circleville, Ohio to Orrin and Mary R. Brown. She was married to Hospital Corpsman Chief Petty Officer (ret.), Mack George Moore, Jr. who predeceased her in She was a strong, loving military wife who supported Mack through service in WWII, Korea and Vietnam. Miriam and Mack had three children; Cynthia Brown (Fred), Mack III (Towana) and Brad
Miriam Louise Brown Moore passed away on Thursday, October 7, at Woodbury Wellness in Hampstead, NC. She was born in in Circleville, Ohio to Orrin and Mary R. Brown. She was
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