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Robert posted on 5/26/18

You were loved by so many! God please give strength to everyone who he has impacted.

 

Thomas & Libby posted on 5/26/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

 

Donna posted on 5/26/18

From those who ❤ care.

 

 

Donna posted on 5/26/18

From those who care.

 

Kimberly L. Matthews posted on 5/26/18

Korinna was a wonderful person, terrific student and incredible athlete who blessed our lives at Westport Central School. With Korrina’s amazing dedication to all and her higher education she will make a superb guardian angel. Thoughts are prayers are with you, her family and friends.

 

Jim Conley posted on 5/26/18

A wonderful young lady and Mother.

 

Fritz Brothers posted on 5/26/18

Sunset and evening star, And one clear call for me! And may there be no moaning of the bar, When I put out to sea, But such a tide as moving seems asleep, Too full for sound and foam, When that which drew from out the boundless deep Turns again home. Twilight and evening bell, And after that the dark! And may there be no sadness of farewell, When I embark; For though from out our bourne of Time and Place The flood may bear me far, I hope to see my Pilot face to face When I have crost the bar. Alfred Lord Tennyson

 

 

Jason Correia posted on 5/26/18

Korrina will always be one of the nicest women we have ever had the pleasure of calling our friend. All our love: Jay, Alexis, and Calleigh Correia

 

Marci posted on 5/25/18

So sorry for your loss! Korrina was a fighter in every aspect!

 

Matt Larmour posted on 5/25/18

Especially for Dale......Blessed are those who mourn for they shall be comforted. You are not alone.

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 5/25/18

To the entire KDC (Korrina Duprey Crew) you have my heartfelt condolences.

 

 

Marjorie Argenal posted on 5/25/18

Orona you know you held a special place in my heart and now you will live there forever. You were part of a special chapter in my life. I will always remember you as that silly goofy person that always lit up the room and was always smiling. It was an Honor serving with you.

 

Thomas & Libby posted on 5/25/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Thomas & Libby posted on 5/25/18

Jesus Loves Me! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Linnette Santana posted on 5/25/18

I’m really sorry for your lost, I’m still in Shock. The Bible says "Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be comforted." I pray that God will bless the entire Orona’s Family with the strength to get through this very difficult time. Rest In Peace my friend

 

Dawn Mitchell posted on 5/25/18

I AM very sorry for your loss. He was a great leader and soldier.

 

Michael Jones posted on 5/25/18

Thanks for your service Wayne. Paula my heart goes out to you dear sister. May you, Jessica and Logan and family find Peace and Comfort in our Lord.

 

Zachariah Santiago posted on 5/24/18

I love you bro!!! I'm gonna miss your talks on the phone. Rest easy bro

 

SSG Nichols posted on 5/24/18

May you rest in Peace my friend. Thank you for always picking up the phone when I needed you. You will be missed and you are loved

 

Celine Lewing posted on 5/24/18

Dearest Paula: I am without words I am sorry for your loss.

 

Joanna Bernardo posted on 5/24/18

I am sincerely sorry for your loss.. My thoughts and prayers are with you, his family. I will always remember him as my very first NCO who helped me succeed and achieve more than I could have imagined and I will be forever grateful to him. May his memories bring you comfort during this very difficult time.

 

 

Phlistity Bruce posted on 5/24/18

I am deeply saddened by your loss. I haven't been able to sleep since I've received this disturbing news. Don't know if you were aware, but I viewed you as a very close mentor of mine, as you always took the time out to provide guidance and assess my needs, despite your busy schedule. My thoughts and prayers continue to go out to all of your family as well as your friends, as they cope with this tragedy. I hope that you are no longer hurting and have finally found peace. ♥

 

Kimberly Wilcox, SSG posted on 5/24/18

Rest easy brother, for your watch has ended.

 

Lynda Churchill Gordon posted on 5/24/18

My heart grieves with yours...

 

 

Jessica Orona posted on 5/24/18

Babe, I love you. I'm already incredibly lost without your guidance. You gave me the absolute best years of my life and the best piece of you, Logan. I promise to take care of him and make you so proud. We are all hurting bad without you here. So much love coming your way. I hope you are at peace. Love your forever wife, Jessica Daddy, I will take care of mommy. I will grow up to be everything you were and more. Love you... much. Your son, Logan.

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 5/24/18

To Jessica, Logan, Paula and all of Wayne's family, please accept my condolences. May Wayne's light forever shine in your hearts.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 5/24/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Andrea posted on 5/23/18

You were always the first to say hello, eager to lend a hand or ear; the epitome of a people person. You made small talk seem so effortless... it came natural for you to talk to anybody. Woody, it is so silent in the neighborhood with your passing. The radio is off, the door is closed... the pool will not be the same. Who will tell the weather forecast on the way to check the mail? Who will win my childs heart this summer, bringing down ice cream cones to the kids? Just a small grain of the role you played in your neighbors’ lives. You are noticeably missed. I struggle with sociability and you're a pro; quite the conversationalist. Definitely a man I will never forget and the friendliest neighbor I ever had. It was a pleasure to have known you. I will think of you every time I hear Kiss. As you Rest In Peace, my sympathy and warm thoughts go out to your loved ones and friends... all who knew and were touched by you.

 

C. Prince posted on 5/23/18

May the God of all comfort strengthen you now and in the days ahead. Please accept my sincere condolences. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 5/22/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Buzz Baxter posted on 5/22/18

Nick my prayer goes out to you and the family. When God goes out to His garden He only picks the best flowers. Be strong and God Bless.

 

Dinetta Ricks posted on 5/22/18

Mr. Rodriguez, It is with heartfelt love and sympathy, I extend my condolences and prayers to you and family during this difficult time of bereavement. I hope you all will find comfort in our Lord Jesus Christ. Matthew 5:4 Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted.

 

Robin Sansbury-Cole posted on 5/22/18

Nick, I send my deepest condolences to you and your family. You all will be in my prayers. Rest in peace Elizabeth; Nick truly loved you. May God bless each and every one of you. Earth has no sorrows that Heaven cannot heal.

 

Maxine Gadson posted on 5/21/18

So sorry to hear of your loss. May the scriptures at John 5:28,29 and Acts 24:15 bring hope and comfort in God's beautiful promise of the resurrection.

 

Yancine R posted on 5/21/18

May the God of tender mercy be with you at this difficult time. 2 Corinthians 1:2-4

 

Virginia Radcliffe posted on 5/20/18

Florence is loved by all, my late Mom loved her like a treasured sister. She was a very special lady to anyone blessed enough to know her -- funny, warm and wise. I have so many wonderful memories of coming "down south" to have fun times with the Till family in the summer as a child and it was also always a treat when Uncle Bob, Aunt Florence, Beth and Joy came to see us while we vacationed in the Outer Banks. Aunt Florence, I will miss you very much and I know you are with Jesus and all the saints. I send my love and condolences to all your family and friends. All my love , Ginny

 

Tony Owens posted on 5/20/18

Grew up with Joey. Little league baseball out at the fairgrounds, high school football, parties out in Buchanan. He was tough as leather and always friendly. Terry, my deepest condolences to you and the family.

 

Pat Norris posted on 5/20/18

Nick and family, So sorry to hear about your wife. I’m keeping you and your family in my prayers.

 

Ken Deal posted on 5/20/18

To Nick and his family, my sincere condolences on your loss. I know her loss so soon is a terrible blow and you miss her so much it hurts. But even though I myself didn’t know her, through knowing you, I know she loved you with every fiber as it showed in how you spoke of her. Take some comfort in that and neither she or her love will ever really die as you will carry her in your heart forever. All my best wishes and prayers go out to you in this difficult time.

 

Jim Northcutt posted on 5/19/18

I worked with Sgt. Massey up in Minot between 74 & 77. I've wondered for years what became of him as he left a lasting impression on me so many years ago. Not only a very good technician but a very good man as well. My prayers to the family.

 

Cindy Iman posted on 5/19/18

Mike, I am very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

BL Qualls posted on 5/19/18

To the family and friends, I am very sorry to here of the loss of your loved one. Soon God's promise, as recorded at Revelation 21:4 will come true. It says: "And he (God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore...." Since there will be no more mourning that means God will bring our loved ones back to life as it says at Acts 24:15! For comfort from the scriptures and answers to your questions you can have free Bible studies. You may ask any one of Jehovah's Witnesses to make arrangements.

 

Brad Hoover posted on 5/18/18

Joey - I can see you right now in a full-stretch dive for the football as it was passed to you by Doug Gale...and you caught it (I think). Anyway - what an athlete! Fond memories of your smile and zany nature - we need more of that in this world. Enter into your rest my friend.

 

Kathy Kaczmarczyk posted on 5/18/18

A dear sweet friend that I miss so much. Her eyes were so beautiful, (reminded me of my mom's) and her smile was heart-warming. We had some great trips, as she called it "down home.". I enjoyed all of the times I was fortunate to have with her. Truly treasured memories for me. Her family will always be in my prayers.

 

Bill Pappas posted on 5/18/18

Rest in Heavenly peace, Elizabeth. While your loss weighs heavily on our hearts, we must also realize that you have been taken from us so early for a divine reason and greater purpose than we can currently fathom. Know that your spirit will always be with us -- embracing us all with your heartwarming memories. May God's blessings always be with you, Nicholas and your beautiful, loving, adoring family. With love....

 

Sharon Swirsky posted on 5/18/18

Dear Dave, Kim, and Rebecca, I am so very sorry for the loss of your Irreplaceable Kyle. These are really hard times and my thoughts and prayers are that God Comforts your hearts.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 5/18/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Joshua Rodriguez (Your Son) posted on 5/18/18

Love you Mom! ! I miss you so much Mom. Thank you for everything. We had a talk a few months ago and we laughed about how I went from a hyper young child to a family man. You told me you were proud of me. Despite everything we gone through you have always answered when I called. When I needed you, you were always there to hear me out. I loved our relationship because despite us arguing with each other we always understood each other when it came down to what was goin on around us. You were a strong woman. You raised 4 children while dad was in and out to sea. Now we are all grown and all doing well for ourselves. I can write forever up here, so I will leave on this note. Individuals may say it's a persons time to go due to Gods calling, but it is important to know we all have a choice to do what's right in any situation. Love you forever Mom(#1).

 

Alicia Hubbard posted on 5/18/18

I will miss Mrs. Theresa being there for our softball team. And all the sweet warm hugs she always had for anyone in need. My deepest sympathy to the Lekarczyk family.

 

Kim Drewry posted on 5/18/18

We are all thinking of you and praying for your family at this time and for the days ahead. We are all saddened by your sudden loss. Your friends at Dave's Cabinets.

 

Leah posted on 5/18/18

I couldn't make it back home in time to say good bye and give my respect but to Brant, to Brant's wife, Kayla, to Brant's son, Brodie, and Brant's family and close friends I am so sorry for your loss. I was not a close friend to Brant but as person who knew him enough to call him a friend, it still hurts. I met Brant as a young kid. My bestfriend, Megan, lived in Timberlake court, the court just right next to Brant's familie's home, in Turtlerock neighborhood, off Volvo. Wow we were so young ! I would tease him for teaching his brother, Hunter, curse words. Hunter was just a little thing. Then I went to the same middle school with him at Greenbriar. I think we all recall the time Brant's sister shaved his eyebrows after a superbowl bet! Brant handled it like a champ and never skipped a beat making it funny for us all. I think most of my memories I share with him are during that time period. I recall a memory of riding bikes with friends and him at the chesapeake city park or even maybe meeting at Java Junction during the summer with friends. He and his sister gave me a ride home from Lance's house after Kyle had passed away. Little moments, but still big memories I hold. Brant had teen living with me and he was a horrible cook or shall I say he didnt take it very seriously. But yet he still some how managed to cook better cookies than my group and I remember being mad about it. Haha! I think he cheated by getting the teacher to fix the mess they made. :) He didnt take it seriously and yet he still excelled. He made us laugh and smile. He was just Brant! Silly and fun but yet gentle and kind. He had a heart of gold. He was very sweet when he wanted to be and wasn't cracking a joke or messing with you. He also went to high school at Smith with me for a little as well. Brant was a kidder. He had a funny personality and was a nice person. I wish I could share something about Brant that maybe a loved one has never heard to make you smile like he has made us all smile but I think the one thing I knew about him most presently was that he loved his wife, family and son. And honestly that's all that matters. He has left behind great memories for us all to love and cherish. And I will forever remember him as being a carefree silly prankster! Thank you Brant for being a friend of mine and thank you for the memories.

 

 

Randy Butler posted on 5/17/18

I’d like to extend my deepest and most heartfelt sympathies to the entire Sorey family. My thoughts and prayers are with each of you. I’d also like to thank you Donna for loving and treating my baby as one of your own. I will forever be greatful. You will be missed and loved by many!

 

Dyanne Duff posted on 5/17/18

I didn't know Theresa very long but anyone that knew her knew she was God's gift to them. She was such an inspiration to me and I loved her dearly. I will miss her so much but I know that she is very happy and all heaven is rejoying at her homcoming.

 

 

Brian and Linda Lekarczyk posted on 5/17/18

Our love and prayers are with you.

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 5/17/18

To Archie, Clint, Stacy, Kevin and everyone that loved and adored Donna, please accept my heartfelt condolences.

 

Jharen posted on 5/17/18

My deepest condolences to the family for your loss. Our Heavenly Father gives us a comforting thought when He tells us that soon death will be "swallowed up forever." (1 Cor. 15:54) Along with this, God also promises that ones who have died will be able to live again. (John 5:28,29) I hope these encouraging scriptures can bring you some comfort during this difficult time.

 

Tommy Dunn posted on 5/17/18

Sadden by the news of Donna's passing. I trust all the good memories will bring you comfort.

 

Jeff Phillips posted on 5/17/18

Grammy was one of a kind. She will truly be missed. Thank you for all the sweet tea, country cooking, and shelter over the years.

 

 

Sandra G Evans posted on 5/17/18

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

 

CAPT William Collins posted on 5/17/18

Florence Till is one of those special people that leaves a positive impression on the lives of those individuals fortunate enough to know her. The world had lost a grand lady.

 

Brenda butler posted on 5/17/18

Am truly sorry ,,she was awesome, her an mom did so much together, Love you all

 

 

Dr. & Mrs. Morris Elstein posted on 5/17/18

The service today was lovely. What a beautiful soul...may Nancy rest in peace.

 

Judy Oleksik posted on 5/17/18

Theresa was one of the most genuine women I have ever known. She always had something to say to encourage you. What a prayer warrior she was. I always thought she was "quiet" until I heard her for the first time when she was praying at York. I will miss her hugs and smile so very much, but am so glad she knew who she was in Jesus and she now is in his arms. Dave you were so blessed to have such a wonderful wife, and she meant so much to me.

 

Nikki Lascara posted on 5/16/18

I’m so sorry this has happened. He was a good man,husband,and dad. He leaves his legacy in his beautiful son and with his gorgeous wife . He may be gone but he’ll never ever be forgotten . My deepest condolences go to everyone in the family .

 

Nickalina Greiner posted on 5/16/18

RIP Sweet Soul. U will never be forgotten.

 

Troy Trudeau posted on 5/16/18

So sorry for the loss joey was a great guy!! RIP

 

 

Nathan Crim posted on 5/16/18

For long as I can remember Uncle Phil loved to fish, drink Coors Lights, made awesome cheese biscuits, and I can still hear his unique chuckle. Until today, what no one ever knew is that if it was not for Uncle Phil I may have never had the opportunity to meet my biological father. I had not been stationed at MCAS Cherrypoint very long and would go to VA beach to visit family nearly every weekend. I don't remember how the subject came up while out fishing with Uncle Phil but he said if I wanted he thought he might be able to find him. I agreed. We never really said anything else about it. About 2 months later after coming off a 24hr post, I was called to come into work. I was so mad Paul Butler was making me come in and when I got there he told me to go in the office. I thought to myself "Oh, great... I'm in trouble for something... wtf..." Then he began telling me "A gentleman called by the name of **** and says he is your biological father." Well, my mother never hid anything from me so I knew it was real, so I said "yeah that's his name" Paul told me that he left his number for me to call him. I did and I got to meet him, which things didn't really turn out but Uncle Phil granted me the opportunity to have soooo many questions and thoughts answered that I had growing up. I was so grateful for that but never told anyone because I was unsure of how it would make others feel. I'm sorry I can't be there but at least I can share my gratitude for what you did. Thank you Uncle Phil, I Love You. I will remember his laugh forever.

 

Rhonda Hill Townsend posted on 5/16/18

So sorry to hear of the passing of another Class of 1982. You will be missed here on earth but rejoicing in your heavenly home. Condolences to all the family. May God give you peace & comfort during your grieving.

 

Brenda Baldwin posted on 5/16/18

Beth, I'm so sorry about your mom. I remember her even when you and I were in high school, as being such a wonderful person. She will be sadly missed by all who knew her.

 

Bill and Sibyll Jones posted on 5/16/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Pamela Travis posted on 5/16/18

Elizabeth will definitely be missed by family and friends.

 

Tina Cartledge posted on 5/16/18

My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Mom and Dad posted on 5/16/18

Justin you may have left us in body but you will never leave us in memories and spirit. You are deeply loved by Mom and Dad and we will never let your life be forgotten. You have brought us so much love, joy and happiness. Please keep looking over us. We will need your continued blessing to keep us going. I know that you will be meeting us at Heaven’s Gate when it is our time. You were our gift which was now returned to God. One day we will all be together again. Love Forever, Mom and Dad

 

Mariliz Rios posted on 5/16/18

I am so sorry for your family’s loss. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you! I didn’t know Brant as an adult, only saw him few times when he was younger. When I think of him I remember a sweet little kid goofy off with Brewer at the mall. My heart aches for your family! April and Kristan, please let me know if there’s anything you all need! Prayers and may he Rest in Paradise!

 

Clay Phillips posted on 5/16/18

You used to tell people you were my younger brother. I always considered that a compliment. You're the only person I know that loved to hear and make people laugh more than I... except you were funnier and better at it. My life was better because of you, Joey and I'll always be grateful for your life. You had a tough way for a little while my friend, but you still emerged as always. You blessed everyone who ever crossed your path, and made this world a little bit better in a lot of ways. Thank you for trusting me during some of your toughest days. I'm honored that you called me... always have been. I miss you already, love you always, and am blessed and better because of you. You're healed now, young Brother, and I know you've already heard the most coveted words "Well done, good and faithful servant... enter into the house of the Lord." Save me a seat, Budrow.

 

Christine Harsh posted on 5/15/18

Dave and family, Theresa was such a joy! Always making you laugh and smile. Whenever Eileen had sleepovers, Theresa was always willing to entertain us. Whether it was scratching our backs, helping us put on makeup or letting us try on her clothes, she was always okay with it! I can't count the number of times she let us tag along when she walked downtown to go shopping, She even entertained us for a weekend at Ball State! When we had no where to go for Spring Break our senior year in high school, she invited us to visit you guys in Missouri. It wasn't warm, but Eileen and I were determined to go back to school with tans, so Theresa set up some lawn chairs out front of the house so we could sit in the sun! Theresa will be missed by so many, but she leaves a beautiful legacy in her children and grandchildren. Sending my love the the family. Christine Karczewski Harsh

 

Gregory Francis Horan posted on 5/15/18

The Houston Horan's send our condolences and many prayers to the Horan - Lekarczyk Family. She will be remembered always.

 

Eddie Vinson posted on 5/15/18

Yvonne, you were a great sister-in-law and more like a sister. We had some good times in Ocracoke, with you and Bobby. They were happy days. Love ya, your Eddie.

 

 

Annette Vinson posted on 5/15/18

Love you Sis.

 

Annette Vinson posted on 5/15/18

Dear Sis, I miss you already. I want to thank you for all you did for me when I was young. You taught me about flowers, cooking and always had a listening ear. I will always remember that smile. I am sorry that your life was so hard the last eight years due to illness, but you never complained. You were always one of the strongest women I ever knew. I know you are up in heaven with mother seeing all the beautiful sights and free from all pain and sorrow. I am glad I had you for 65 years. I love you my dear sister, until we meet again.

 

Marcie Hutchison posted on 5/15/18

Joey, you will be missed. What a great childhood friend you were. We had a lot of laughs in class. I will cherish the memories that we had. Prayers to the family and all that have known him in his short life here.

 

Chrysan Ashworth posted on 5/15/18

I am so sorry for your loss. I loved praying and worshipping with Theresa and remember the times I traveled with her to D.C. and when she came to recording sessions and prayed for hours on end. She is a treasure in Heaven and an intercessor greatly missed on Earth. I will see you again my friend where we will worship together forever!

 

[email protected] posted on 5/15/18

Woody was one of the nicest guys you could ever meet he would give you the shirt off his back. See you later Woody love you brother.

 

Allen Blake posted on 5/15/18

My childhood friend. My best friend growing up. I'll never forget all the sleep overs and skate board sessions.. playing baseball in the backyard or basketball in the driveway. Watching little Hunter grow and talk, he called me Adden. So many memories. I'm at a loss of words. I know Brant and I lost touch with each other and went our separate ways into adulthood, but he was and always will be a big part of my childhood memories in Turtle Rock. I am so so sorry for this loss. My sincerest condolences to the whole family. My heart hurts for each of you.

 

 

Lisa K posted on 5/15/18

Deepest sympathy to the Milam family. Lifting all up in prayers. Good memories of Joey....

 

Sheri Bragg posted on 5/15/18

Joey was a close childhood friend of mine. We went all through school together. Wasn't a day go by that he wouldn't make someone laugh. That was his nature. I haven't seen him in years but do see his family here in TN. My prayers go out to all the family and friends of Joey, He will definelty be missed by many.

 

Amanda posted on 5/15/18

I am so sorry for your loss. There are no words that can be said. Prayers for you and your family.

 

Lskenya Surgeon posted on 5/15/18

I'm so sorry to hear about your loss .I will keep you and lil Brodie in my prayers .

 

Allen Galvez posted on 5/15/18

Woody was one of the nicest guy you will ever meet. He would give you the shirt off his back. Rest in peace. You will be missed.

 

Brian T. Henderson posted on 5/15/18

Terry, my prayers to you and your family. You know how much I loved Joey. If I can do anything, let me know...

 

 

Brian T. Henderson posted on 5/15/18

My buddy Joey, had the biggest heart, he would give you the shirt off his back...and tie, if you said you liked it.... Sure will miss you, but I know you're in a better place with your Beloved parents. I knew them as well, super solid people. Terry, my prayers to you and your family, Buddy.

 

Wilbur Graves posted on 5/14/18

Joey was my shipmate in the Navy. I’ve thought about him a lot over the years. He made everyone laugh and was a great person. I’m grateful to have known Joey and i’m sad that he’s gone now. Rest In Peace Joey.

 

Jinci and John Carter posted on 5/14/18

Mederise and Justin shared with us the very sad news of Peter's passing. He sounds like someone we were sad not to have known. What a talent he had to make everyone feel special and to make everyone around him laugh. Please know we mourn for the entire Dunthorn clan and pray you have comfort and fond memories.

 

Lisa King Jackson posted on 5/14/18

Joey, you were one of my closest childhood friends. I don't think there is one memory I have growing up that you aren't in it. We sure had lots of great times. Sure enjoyed our last phone conversation several months ago. You will always have a special place in my heart. Terry, my thoughts and prayers are with you!

 

Patricia Loftus posted on 5/14/18

Woody is and was my best friend and neighbor. We talked and rode bikes everyday! Biggest heart in the world everyone at Lakewood square Apts loved him. He loved his girlfriend Tamara and he loved his best friend Patty 737 102. Dilly dilly never forget you my friend!

 

Debbie(Poodles) Assaid posted on 5/14/18

You will truly be miss by all those who knew you and loved you. Never forget my time with you and all the fun we had together.

 

 

Alyssa Velasco posted on 5/14/18

I love you very much you were the best

 

Ronald Watkins posted on 5/14/18

Joey, God has taken you way too soon my brother. The great times we all had growing up still make me laugh. You could always make a friend anywhere you went. God Bless your close friends and family you leave behind. Every time I pass Joe Milam Road, I cant help think of your family, especially you and Terry. RIP

 

Becky Hopkins posted on 5/14/18

Lifting you up Terry and praying for God to comfort you during this time. So sorry for your loss!

 

Jennifer Jernigan posted on 5/14/18

I'm so sorry to hear of Brants passing , I didn't know him directly but his mother Shawn always spoke fondly of him. My prayers are with your family.

 

 

Sarah "Lorrie" Masters posted on 5/14/18

I'm so sorry I didn't get to spend time with my grandson Brant and get to know him. I will keep the family in my thoughts & prayers. Please let me know if I can do anything.

 

Sally Hoadley posted on 5/14/18

I am honored and blessed to have know Nancy and to call her family. She was truly a blessing to so many and will be greatly missed. I have such wonderful memories of her which will remain forever in my heart. My heartfelt condolences. Sally Hoadley

 

 

Michael Copeland posted on 5/14/18

Prayers and blessings to your family.

 

Tracy Stallard posted on 5/14/18

Mike, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Brandy San Agustin posted on 5/14/18

April, Sending comfort and peace at this difficult time to you and your family.

 

Tysinger Motor Co. posted on 5/14/18

With our deepest Sympathy to the Milam family. We had the pleasure of working with Woody at Tysinger Motor Co. He was always upbeat and liked by many here.

 

Sandra K. Reed posted on 5/14/18

I have no words right now to describe the pain and loss I feel at your passing. I promise to talk to Brodie about you often and your memory will live on through all of us who are surrounded in his life. I will continue to remember the good times we had going to Paradock's lol and experiencing the birth of Brodie. I will never forget you. I'm very sorry Kayla for the pain you are going through as well his family, you are all in my prayers today and everyday.

 

wally osgood posted on 5/14/18

woody you will be missed by many people and I want to express my most deepest sympathy to your family and friends. I had the pleasure to work with you and get to know pretty well. God bless you now that you are with him

 

Joe Jehoich posted on 5/14/18

We all lose people that we're close to in our lives, but for the last 6 years Woody and I have become best friends and if you asked him we were more like brothers. This is an extremely tough loss, he was a once in a lifetime friend - you'll never meet another human being even remotely close to Woody in terms of personality, huge heart, amazing charisma, and he was the greatest story teller ever. I wish I could find the words to explain truly how much he meant to me, and how much he impacted my life. I know he wouldn't want any of us to be sad or mourn his loss - but this is an extremely tough loss. I love you brother, you were an awesome person.

 

 

Deborah Robinson posted on 5/14/18

Woody you were always full of electric energy. I will forever miss our talks on the boardwalk.Continue to shine your light on us. Love you man

 

Lydia Hefferan posted on 5/14/18

Today is May 13,2018 Mothers Day. Mum you are so sadly missed. With love Lydia

 

Steven Benedict posted on 5/13/18

Our deepest sorrow and condolences Kayla and Brody. You are in our thoughts and prayers always. Love Steve and Randi Benedict

 

Paul Johnstone posted on 5/13/18

My condolences to the Milam family and to all who knew and loved him.

 

 

Kirby and Dottie Bowling posted on 5/13/18

Joan, Rest in the welcoming comfort of the Lord.

 

Ella Butts/Michelle Montgomery and Family posted on 5/13/18

So saddened to hear of Karl’s passing. Karl was our neighbor for many many years. Our deepest condolences to the Family. He will be missed. Keeping your family in our prayers during this difficult time

 

Natalie East posted on 5/12/18

My prayers are with you and your family. Love and condolences.

 

Alicia Corbitt posted on 5/12/18

Mike, please except my deepest condolence. It sounds like your mother was an amazing woman. Praying for you.

 

 

Frank Thomas posted on 5/12/18

May her memory be eternal. Blessings for her legacy.

 

Janet McKechnie posted on 5/11/18

I am so saddened to hear of Peter’s passing.......he was a uniques person- one of a kind. The thoughts and memories of others exemplify the impact he had on so many. I, like others, grew up on the same street and carry fond memories of times spent with him. He will be sorely missed but his memory will never fade. May God welcome you with open arms dear Peter!

 

Sandra Hughes and family posted on 5/11/18

I wish there were words or actions that could help the family heal from this tragic event. He was taken from this Earth much too soon. There was so much more for him to do. I only hope that your memories of time together will help.

 

Debra Shacklock Whitehorne posted on 5/11/18

Mrs. Gibson, was such a beautiful lady. She was truly a wonderful person in side and out. Should I say, Christian Lady. I remember her special doll collection, her love for her family and Eddie as she called him. Their wedding, and just her loving life. Their love spending time in the nursing home and washing all the stuffed animal and hanging them on the clothes line to dry and air out and then share with all the seniors. She loved talking about family and bring me up on things going on with her family. She always loved to catch-up on my life and my family as well. My mother and father, Dot and Eddie, was called real neighbors in the day. God Bless them all.... I will miss her deeply.

 

Jeremy Marzella posted on 5/11/18

My sincerest condolences for your loss. Justin was way too young to leave us so quickly. It had been so many years since I had seen him before seeing him again at Stephen's wedding. It was a pleasure to see what a good man and husband he grew to be. You all should be very proud of him. Much love from my family, you all are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Olimpia and Frank Marzella posted on 5/10/18

We are so sorry for your loss. Justin was a wonderful Young man, and will be missed. Our thoughts and Prayers are with the entire family during this tragic time of sorrow.

 

Joe Patterson, Captain, CEC, USN, Retired posted on 5/10/18

Dear Tzavaras Family, We were sorry to hear of George's passing. He was my XO when I was the CO of NMCB 5. I have great memories of him showing me around Greece where we had a detachment. Whenever Greece is mentioned, I always think of George. I also remember when he had to shave off his much loved beard and how he took a few days to tan his chin. Please know that you are in our thoughts.

 

Marlowe posted on 5/10/18

Dear Family please accept my heartfelt condolences for your recent loss .Rev 21:3,4 tells us that "death will be no more,nor mourning,nor outcry nor pain,the former things have passed away. Please let Gods word the Bible be of comfort to you in the coming days ahead.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 5/10/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Lawrence (Larry) and Carol Clarke posted on 5/9/18

There are few people that I have met during my 75+ years that demonstrate the attempt to strive for so many of Christ qualities. A humble man called by God and serving Him faithfully. Janet's portrayal of Jerry's ups and downs since surgery read like a Masterpiece Theatre love story. Hallmark Theater should b e banging at the doors now. Their children are a living testimony to how God can work in our children's lives if we allow God free reign under biblical leadership and guidance. While many families would be sad at such as time as this, I am sure this family is rejoicing with glad pleasure in knowing that Jerry has safely arrived at home. Jerry epitomizes the phrase "The meaning of live is to give life meaning". God provides the tool kit "His Word". We simply needs to join the effort from apprentice to journeyman to master in the use of the tool kit, testifying to God's goodness each step of the way. I will miss your presence good friend. I only hope when I get to the table, God will find me a servant worthy to sit near the two of you. In Christ will, Larry and Carol Clarke

 

Kelly Hamil Norman posted on 5/9/18

I'm so very sorry to hear that Peter's bright light has passed on. My sincerest sympathy to the Dunthorn family. I'm deeply sorry you have the loss of your son and brother. Peter was happy go lucky by nature, funny and sarcastic. He was always so kind. He kept a positive attitude for the past few years over his health condition. I will miss him, but will also smile every time I think of him, because all memories are funny, charmed and crazy. He knew so many people of all ages. We had some great times and many memories while growing up through those terrible teen years with our friends...... Peter in the thick of all of us. Who remembers the time he had the gang attack his old car, the white Rambler! He's one of our best. Peter built a bench for the Moms and children to sit while waiting at the school bus stop, next to his house. Someone stole the bench----because he was excellent at carpentry, so he was planning on making another one. Memories are very special and I'll cherish them all. God Bless, Pete.

 

Jacque Albury Dewey posted on 5/9/18

I've worked with some great folks over the years and Lloyd was one of them. When I first moved to VA and started working in the Department of Technology at the Virginia Beach City Public Schools, Lloyd welcomed me with open arms. He was a kind, generous person who ALWAYS had a smile on his face. A smile that was contagious. I've been to some pretty awesome concerts thanks to Lloyd! You will be missed, friend!

 

Richard Stephens posted on 5/9/18

I did not have the opportunity to meet Jerry, but if his son David is an indication of the type of man he was, he was truly remarkable. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Roger Stinnette posted on 5/9/18

On behalf of Suffolk Fire our condolences to you and your family , you all are in our prayers

 

John C Vaughn posted on 5/9/18

So many memories! Jerry gave me good counsel on where to go to school to prepare for the ministry--forty yeas ago! You dear folks have been missionaries of our church for most of those years. I will never forget the day I spent with him boarding ships and presenting the gospel to a man who spoke no English whatsoever. Jerry showed me how to find the "gospel verses" and point to them in a bible in his language. I was amazed to see the man trust Christ because Jerry had it made it so easy for him to understand and choose. God bless you dear folks. John Vaughn

 

Rachel S Miles posted on 5/9/18

Pat I am so sorry for you tragic loss. My thoughts and prayers and with you and your family.

 

Linda Dawson posted on 5/9/18

Miriam, my heart felt condolences to you and your family over the loss of your father. You are in my prayers

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 5/9/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Tim Nixon posted on 5/9/18

Words can not express the loss of Peter Dunthorn. What a good friend to all, he was magical when he was around everyone was happier. We grew up as neighborhood buddies and enjoyed many good times, maybe too many. he loved life and will never be forgotten, condolences to the family and may he rest in peace

 

Emily posted on 5/8/18

I am very sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in the promise God gives us for the future at Acts 24:15, “There is going to be a resurrection.” Won’t that be wonderful to see our loved ones again! If you would like to learn more about this beautiful hope, feel free to visit JW.org.

 

Emily posted on 5/8/18

I am very sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in the promise God gives us for the future, that He will soon end all reasons for distress, even sickness and death. (Revelation 21:4) If you would like to learn more about this beautiful hope, feel free to visit JW.org.

 

Melven Mathias posted on 5/7/18

Our condolences and prayers to the family

 

Aaron Freeze posted on 5/7/18

I miss you & mom so much. Everyday is a struggle & I speak to you everyday, as you both already know. I will see you again one day & I am raising the babies right with all i have. You will always be right here with us. Thank you for everything that you've given me. I love you too much...

 

Vera Cornish and Claudette Hansen posted on 5/7/18

Grace, love ❤️ and the peace of God will be with you during this difficult time! Cherish your memories of Lloyd as we will each day. He will always be with us!

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 5/7/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Lesley Doyle Batten posted on 5/7/18

Peter was one of the good guys. May he rest in peace !!

 

Michel Davis posted on 5/7/18

My memories of Pete are gold, he is part of what makes the Beach a great place to live.

 

Gordon MacArthur posted on 5/7/18

Peter was one of my best friends ever. We came of age together enjoying a charmed and special time in Virginia Beach’s North End. Surfing, cycling, exploring the playground of Seashore State Park, discovering jazz and meeting life-long friends. Friends who now share with me both their grief over our loss but more importantly their joy for the pleasure and honor of having known this amazing man. Peter was one of my groomsman at our wedding 36 years ago. Clearly he was a good luck charm. Although we didn’t see enough of each other in recent years, we always kept in touch. Peter’s reportage of his trips to New York and his cultural experiences always delighted me. And he always asked about our son Dylan and his own artistic pursuits in the Big Apple. I was devastated and yet honored when Peter shared his diagnosis with me last year. It was a deeply personal moment and testimony to our friendship. We maintained a lifelong tradition of calling each other on our birthdays each year. Peter was a day late this year and offered his apologies. They weren’t necessary. I will miss terribly calling him August 8 to give him a hard time. But I will always wish him a Happy Birthday in spirit, so long as I live. My deepest condolences to the Dunthorn clan and thanks for your sharing Peter with us all. Aloha my dear friend. I love you. ~ Gordon

 

Sue Ellen Toler Cook posted on 5/7/18

Lloyd and I both worked in the high school library and attended Marshall University. We pursued a degree in library science and spent many hours traveling the road back and forth from home to the university. I was so glad we reconnected on facebook and had the opportunity to share info about our careers and families. He was very proud of his children and grandchildren. May the memories of your Dad help you in your Dad's passing. God bless.

 

Bebe Cole Leary posted on 5/7/18

Good man gone. All of Va. Beach mourns.

 

Karen posted on 5/6/18

Courtney, I am so very sorry about your dad...Eric, I am so very sorry about Lloyd...I pray that both of you cherish and hold to your heart your memories...You both have an angel shining down on you...God bless you....kpt

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 5/6/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Rusty Harris posted on 5/6/18

Peter was a good friend and fisherman. My father lover fishing with he and Tommy years ago. We met for lunch a few times in the last year or so and had a good time talking about the old days. Saw him last just after Christmas at a little fish fry down at the docks. Was sorry to hear about his health issues. Sunny skies and calm seas to you Petey! Gonna miss you buddy!

 

Kimbo posted on 5/6/18

Courtney, I’m so sorry for the loss of your dad... I met your dad (Lloyd) once Or twice very nice man I feel like I know him from all the stories that you told me about him growing up the funny wonderful pranks you and your sister and brother pulled, he was a pretty awesome dad. How lucky you are to have such wonderful memories of him... Love ❤️ you Kimbo

 

name witheld posted on 5/6/18

I met Lloyd in 1994 when he was the librarian at the newly opened Larkspur middle school. I was new to VB with only 4 years of experience in a much smaller district. His goodness and generous nature were obvious, and I was grateful his guidance and leadership. A deeply kind person, he had much to teach and share. Our loss is heaven's gain. Missing you, Lloyd.

 

Nina Brooks posted on 5/6/18

All my love to the family--Nina Brooks

 

Brenda Joyner posted on 5/6/18

Jim and family, so sorry for your loss. In your deepest sorrow, please know you are never alone. Your loving Shepherd holds your hand and many hold you and your family in their hearts and prayers.

 

 

TC Higdon posted on 5/6/18

Deeply Missed...

 

 

Audrey Newman Dalli posted on 5/6/18

Lloyd was best man at our wedding and a lifelong friend. We will miss him dearly

 

 

Diane Williams Acord posted on 5/6/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Lloyd and I grew up in the same neighborhood at Fanrock WV and he was a kind and wonderful guy.

 

Steve Heischober posted on 5/6/18

Please accept my condolences on Peters passing. I met Peter in 1966 and what a summer that was.When you were around Peter he was quick on his feet with always something to say. If you knew him you had a real friend. RIP Peter.

 

 

Kaliah Gage posted on 5/6/18

Love you Liz

 

Kaliah Gage posted on 5/6/18

I’m so sorry Liz for you and your family. I send you all my love. Praying for you to get through this difficult time. I’m just a call away.

 

glenn posted on 5/5/18

I saw you working tirelessly in your yard but never spoke to you. My mother on occasion would ask me if I had seen you and my reply to her was YES. Sorry for your loss. FROM a Neighbor.

 

Robert and Faye Wash posted on 5/5/18

Our condolences to you and your family. May God bless you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Joan Schegelmilch posted on 5/5/18

The news of Lloyd’s death has saddened me more than I can say. I feel so grateful for the privilege of being touched by his kindness and the opportunity to call him both colleague and friend. Lloyd’s spirit will always live on....

 

Cheryl D. posted on 5/5/18

My condolences for your loss. At this sad and trying time, keep God's promises in your hearts and minds. "There is going to be a resurrection." ( Acts 24:15) May your many shared memories be of comfort to all of the family and friends.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 5/5/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 5/5/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

 

Mary No Hargrove posted on 5/5/18

I have wonderful memories of spending time with Brenda and our other cousins. She was a sweet and caring person. As we grew older, we all went our separate ways, and didn't see each other much, but I will certainly have great memories of her.

 

Jean Koch posted on 5/5/18

As a retired Va Beach library media specialist, I look back and am grateful for the guidance and support I and many others received from Lloyd. He became a good friend, and I join others in sending prayers for comfort at this tender time.

 

Ellen Terry and family posted on 5/5/18

Love and prayers for the family. Thinking of you Mike and Cameron and all of her family and friends.

 

Coach Vinny posted on 5/5/18

So sorry to hear of your family's loss Coach. I'm sure she'll be truly missed and left behind some beautiful and cherished memories

 

John Springfield posted on 5/4/18

Karl, rest in peace. In our short time working together you were always very helpful. You are sorely missed at Naval Station Norfolk. Our prayers are with the Liebrich family.

 

Jim Meehan posted on 5/4/18

Rest in Peace, Karl. I worked with Karl for many years at LANTDIV. A great guy to work with and a skilled engineer. My condolences to his family and friends.

 

Ann Miller posted on 5/4/18

Dear Liebrich family, My thought and prayers are with you in this difficult time. I worked with Karl throughout his career with NAVFAC. He was a very nice man and always upbeat had helpful. Ann Miller

 

Linda Johnson, NAVFAC Ret. posted on 5/4/18

Taken from us way too soon. My deepest sympathies.

 

Dawn Leas posted on 5/4/18

Dear Jim, AJ, and Kyle, We were saddened to hear of Julie's passing. We are so sorry for your loss. Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Dawn, Ryan, and Evan

 

 

Patricia Davis posted on 5/3/18

RIP dear Rob. The number of people who love and will miss you is a testament to the life you lived. I will never forget all the "Wadsworth guys". Laying all over my living room floor playing Battleship. I also will never forget you being at my house and saying "Mrs. Davis, a fly just landed in your coffee cup". With that big smile you ask if I was going to drink it. I said "No, but I'll give you 5 dollars to drink it." You kept smiling and with all the encouragement from the other boys you said "Okay, I'll do it." Needless to say I lost 5 dollars. There's so many good memories we have of those 11 years spent in Wadsworth. We love you and will miss you so much. RIP with the Lord until we meet again.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 5/3/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 5/3/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Cathy Carolan posted on 5/3/18

Dear Jim, Kyle, and AJ, We were so very saddened to learn of Julie's passing. She was/is a very special woman and her parting will be missed by many. I always enjoyed seeing her at family functions and chatting. She was always so pleasant and sweet. Praying the Lord puts His loving arms of comfort around you to strengthen you and give you peace. Praying you also find comfort in knowing that Jesus said He would go to prepare a place for all who believe in Him. We trust we will see her again. You will remain in our prayers. Much love, Cathy, Bryan, Allison, Daniel, Matt and Christian

 

Moira Cava posted on 5/3/18

Dear Jimmy, Kyle & AJ, We were so sorry to hear about Julie and cannot even begin to understand what you are going through right now. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to you and your family. Love, Dave, Moira and family

 

Vanessa Hughes posted on 5/2/18

"Hopewell" here aka Fuzy and VA-Nessa- you had a few names for me never one that offended me... there are few people I have met in my life that make a lasting impact... you have to be very special. I am so happy and proud to name you as one of the few. If your mere size wasn't enough to make one take notice it was your warm and welcome nature, your laughter, kindness, sincerity and sense of humor... my heart will ache for a long while for the worlds loss of such a beautiful soul. I wish I knew you longer or had more memories, it makes the one I have of you even more cherished. We only knew each other thru LFH and I worked there for almost 2 yrs. but it was enough - our lives will be a little emptier the world a little smaller and our hearts will hurt a while longer - I miss you and will for a long while - Love you, "Hopewell"

 

Diane Buckley posted on 5/2/18

Dear Liz and Family, may you find peace and comfort during this difficult time. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers ~ Diane

 

Ciara Warner posted on 5/2/18

I am sorry I cannot be with you at this time but my heart is with my family as we say goodbye to dearest Rob. My mom, his Dad and Aunt Charlotte are with him now.

 

Saniya Collier posted on 5/2/18

I miss you daddy

 

 

Angie Coxton posted on 5/2/18

Rip sweet angel we will miss you and your wonderful sense of humor:)

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 5/2/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 5/2/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 5/2/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

C. Prince posted on 5/2/18

I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of your loved one. May the God of all comfort strengthen you at this most difficult time. Please accept my sincere condolences. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4

 

 

Wilhemina Grant posted on 5/2/18

Jim I was saddened to hear about your loss. May our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ strengthen you and bring you peace. Abundant Blessings

 

Stan Jr posted on 5/2/18

Mamoo, I’m missimg you more than ever My world is not the same without your loving presence.

 

Rene posted on 5/2/18

Sweaty Yeti.. Rob... Buddy,there really are no words.. so I'll just share a memory... I had just started working at LFH. I was struggling to get out of a very abusive relationship. He was dropping me off for work one day and you were also coming in. As chance had it,you saw him hit me in the car... You came lumbering over,yanked open his car door and asked him to do it again. You even said please.. of course he didn't. You helped me outta the car,told him to scram,took me around the corner,made sure I was ok. Asked me if it happened often,listened to me,gave me your number and for the next four weeks until I got out,you checked on me via calls and texts to make sure I was ok. At work if you saw me struggling you knew it was because I was sore and hurting and you quietly helped me. You kept my secret... You offered steady, silent support.. we drifted away after I left LFH,but I never forgot.. the times I'd stop in your whole face would light up and you'd give me this off the floor, breathtaking,rib crushing hug. Lol I'mma miss you Buddy... I hope it's beautiful where you are.

 

Janice M Ellis posted on 5/2/18

Shirley and family..So sorry for your loss. May she rest in peace.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 5/1/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Sheryl Jordan posted on 5/1/18

Jim - you, Kyle, AJ and Julies family remain my prayers. I pray God gives you comfort and strength now and always. You have my deepest condolences.

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 5/1/18

To Mr. Glen, Ms. Karen and Mr. John, please accept my condolences on the loss of Ms. Clarine.

 

Donna Rogers posted on 5/1/18

Jim, my deepest condolences to you and your family. You all are in my thoughts and prayers daily. Praying for your comfort and peace. God Bless you, your sons and Julie's family.

 

Sherry Morgan Higgins posted on 5/1/18

May You Rest in Peace laura...Ive known her since I was a kid growing up in Plymouth park.As I got older we lived next door to her and she helped my daddy take care of me.She would cook for us nightly and watch me as my dad went to work at nites.My daddy always had a special friendship with Laura and Calvin.So I'm sure dad is waiting at the pearly gates to welcome his best friend.Thank you again Laura for all you did for me and my dad.you will be missed.prayers to Calvin and my friend more like sisters Kimberly Caroon​.

 

Barbara North posted on 5/1/18

Chad and I knew Mary from the Roosevelt. She baby-sat our son Aiden so we could go out on a date. Mary always had the biggest heart and brightest smile. You could never be unhappy when she was around. Our sincerest condolences.

 

TBC posted on 5/1/18

So sorry for the loss of Mrs. Sheppard. Please take comfort in the hope for the future, when no one will say, “I am sick.” (Isaiah 33:24) Indeed, Jesus showed us what the future holds for life in the paradise earth when he even cured “every sort of disease and every sort of infirmity.” (Matt. 9:35) Until then, may the God of all comfort give you peace. With sympathy,

 

Derek posted on 5/1/18

I am deeply grieved by the loss of your loved one. Words cannot express the way you are feeling. Please remember the words of Jesus at John 5:28-29. Jesus promised a resurrection. Thus, we have a chance to see our loved ones again. May this promise bring you hope and comfort.

 

Derek posted on 5/1/18

I am truly sorry about your loss. It can be difficult to go on. Please rely on the strength that only God can provide. His son Jesus even promised a resurrection in the near future. That promise can be found in the Bible at John 5:28-29. May that promise bring you comfort and hope.

 

Derek posted on 5/1/18

It is truly sad when we no longer have those with us that mean so much. Rest assured that death does not end it all. Jesus promised in John 5:28-29 there will be a resurrection. You have a chance to see your precious loved one again. That day is soon coming. May it be your hope and may it bring you comfort.

 

Derek posted on 5/1/18

I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Certainly not having a wife and mother is devastating. Please continue to rely on the comfort found in God's word the Bible. At John 5:28-29 we are promised by Jesus of a resurrection. Yes, we will be able to see our loved ones again.

 

Lisa posted on 4/30/18

It was pleasure and honor to have known you and assist in your care in your final days. I’m a New Yorker and loved talking to you about the many new stories of the past.

 

Debbie Painter posted on 4/30/18

Julie you will always be in my heart and my memories of you will never fade. You have been my hero. You never wavered in your quest for understanding everything you could about what was happening to you. You have been so determined in seeking advice and resolution. God has blessed your soul and you will live among the angels. Jim, Kyle and AJ you have been so remarkable and Julie was so blessed to have such a wonderful husband and sons. I will love you always...till we meet again.

 

 

Betty Witte posted on 4/30/18

Melva was a genuine, loyal and a special person! I feel blessed to have known and count Melva as my friend! I know her and my sister are probably organizing a Heavenly Softball team!!

 

Marie Briggs posted on 4/30/18

Jim, Kyle & AJ Please accept my deepest condolences for your family’s loss. Julie wasn’t just a wonderful woman but also a loving, supportive and inspiring friend. She will be greatly missed. She loved you guys so much, and Kyle & AJ – she was so proud of you both! I pray that your memories of her will give some comfort and peace. I feel blessed to have known Julie and she will remain in my heart and thoughts forever, as will the three of you.

 

 

Marie Briggs posted on 4/30/18

Julie, We have been friends for almost 30 years and although we didn’t get to talk that often, when we did we spent hours gushing about our wonderful families, sharing decorating ideas and contemplating the best way to shrink our butts! I am heartbroken that I will never hear your voice or your laugh again but I know you are at peace and will never have to suffer again. I love you and I miss you my friend…

 

 

Marie Briggs posted on 4/30/18

Julie, We have been friends for almost 30 years and although we didn’t get to talk that often, when we did we spent hours gushing about our wonderful families, sharing decorating ideas and contemplating the best way to shrink our butts! I am heartbroken that I will never hear your voice or your laugh again but I know you are at peace and will never have to suffer again. I love you and I miss you my friend…

 

Gerry Fowler posted on 4/30/18

To Julie's family-I am so sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathies. I know she is in Heaven with her Mom.

 

Brian Rich posted on 4/30/18

Dear Kyle, A.J. and Jim, I am so deeply saddened by the loss of your Mom / wife. She adored you all so much and will always love you from heaven. Our Lord only seeks the most beautiful roses for his garden.

 

Mary, Joe, Joseph and Nicholas Consorti posted on 4/30/18

Julie, you are one of the best sisters anyone could ever ask for. From having fun walking up and down to the pavilion at Myrtle Beach to going to concerts but more importantly just spending time either on the phone or together. (We could talk for hours and not even realize it). I will always hold a special place in my heart for you. I Love You, and know we will see each other again.

 

 

Debbie, Mark, Sarah and Jason Painter posted on 4/30/18

Lighting a candle for you dear Julie. You will always be in our hearts.

 

Marcella Williams posted on 4/30/18

Holding you and your family in prayer Cookie. I know this must be a difficult time for you all here. May your memories of Eugene and your strong faith help you through.

 

Ann Swindell posted on 4/30/18

We will be forever blessed to have had our beloved "G" in our lives. We will miss him terribly, but he will be loved forever in our hearts. Mark, Annie, Adam and Ryan

 

Joy (Paschall) Jones posted on 4/30/18

Calvin, I hope you haven't forgotten me - , I knew both of you a long time ago - back when you were with Willie's band. Laura was such a lovely lady. I'm sure you'll miss here terribly. My condolences and love go out to you and the family.

 

Hilda Garrett posted on 4/30/18

Pitch some good ones in heaven, Melva. You sure did pitch some good ones here on earth. Melva played softball with my sister, Ellen Garrett on the team called the Travelers. I watched them take the team all the way to the state finals. I spent some of the best days of my life at their softball games. Ellen considered Melva a very dear friend. I pray the family will find love and peace in all of the good memories she left with us.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/30/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/30/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Wendy Gladin Gagnon posted on 4/30/18

While it has been decades since I lived in VB, I will always cherish the wonderful hugs Mr. S always shared with us. My mom, Pat Gladin, & I send our deepest sympathy. Hugs to all, Wendy Gladin Gagnon

 

Melissa Hager posted on 4/30/18

My thought's an prayers are with you Calvin and family. I will miss her deeply. She was like family to me. Spent everyday with her for years at farm fresh in battlefield. We had many good times an hope she is smiling down on us from heaven. She was a great Lady and will always remember them great times we had. Sending love an condolences to their family

 

Scott Berry posted on 4/29/18

Eric, Sharon and Family, Thinking of you and wishing you peace and comfort as you remember your Father. I am truly sorry for your loss and offer my sincerest condolences to you and your family.

 

Amy Kalis Kalis posted on 4/29/18

Sending our thoughts, prayers and strength to the family at this time. We are greatful to have known Uncle Bob, his family and the wonderful extended family we are lucky to have in our lives. All of our love, The Kalis family (Amy, Rob, Cameron, Kyle, and Holly)

 

Barbara Laskin posted on 4/29/18

l landed at Channel Five in the 80's..fresh from SNC in Stamford, CT. and Toronto before that. Needless to say-- I was a bit of an outsider! Bob was wonderful to me-- gruff, funny, crazy-passionate about his work-- and, one who very quickly made me feel right at home! I didn't work closely with him-- but I HEARD him all the time as he raced from the street, to the editing room to his desk-- always in motion! Always talking about the stories! And all the crazy characters and incidents we had to deal with. Bob was simply one of the most wonderful characters of all!! A passionate, funny New York gem who also had a heart of gold.

 

 

Amy Kalis Kalis posted on 4/29/18

We enjoyed hearing the stories Uncle Bob would tell about his news cast days on his brief but spectacular visits to Arizona. We send our thoughts, prayers and strength at this time to his family. ♡ All our love, Amy, Rob, Cameron, Holly, and Kyle Kalis

 

S D posted on 4/29/18

My sincere condolences to the family and friends during this difficult time I hope the words of 2Corinthians 1:3,4 bring you comfort and peace...

 

Chanese Coburn posted on 4/29/18

Please accept my heartfelt condolences, words cannot begin to express the sadness you are feeling right now, I went to boot camp with Mary and was on the USS Theodore Roosevelt with her as well...I have soo many memories with Mary. As I look back on all the good memories I was able to have and I will smile at the fact that I was able to share these with her, she brought soo many laughs and smiles to everyone, such a great personality! May her soul rest in peace.

 

Nadiuska Ayala posted on 4/29/18

Mary was so dear to me. We used to make jokes about how we had to be related because my middle name was close to her name. We were so young back then... I'm sorry this happened. I pray that God give her family peace. I love you guys so much. Dios los bendiga ❤️❤️

 

Elba I Lozada posted on 4/29/18

My condolences to the siblings and those little girls that lost their mom at such an early and needed age. In fact a girl always needs her mom around, not many can’t ever fill that important spot. Sorry we never got to meet personally, but I really love our messenger chats, and loved when you’ll call me Titi Elba. Your persistence after the Ancestry DNA test is what united me with siblings I didn’t know, one of them; your mom. God Bless your soul...love you, your aunt Titi Elba.

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 4/29/18

To Mr. Calvin and Family, Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the loss of Ms. Laura. I know she will certainly be missed.

 

Sandra Dizon posted on 4/29/18

Teresa was my best friend in the whole world! I'm glad Laura is with her. Laura was like a mom to me. R. I.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/29/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Jose Leon posted on 4/29/18

My sincere condolences to the family may she rest in peace

 

 

Elizabeth Pappas posted on 4/29/18

You will never be too far <3

 

Elizabeth Pappas posted on 4/29/18

Grandpa Frank, you were the best grandpa to me! I couldn't have asked for a more special relationship with you. I love and miss you always,

 

Gloriel Rivera Otero posted on 4/28/18

Me ha dolido mucho esta noticia, con tristeza y dolor mis condolencias a toda la familia y si necesitan ayuda, ya saben. Dios los bendiga a todos. Gloriel, Angel, Angely y familia.

 

Betty Crotty/Sutherland posted on 4/28/18

To Will, Cesar, Alex, Rose, Joel, Jennifer, Shannon, Nadya, and Delores, our most heartfelt condolences go out to you at this most difficult time. God Bless you all and give you the strength you need. Love to you all. Betty, Bill, James, Chris, Alyssa and Sean.

 

Doris Bergman posted on 4/28/18

He will be remembered with admiration, respect, love and laughter. He is for revervyoung in my heart...with such fond memories of our time at the ten o’clock news. But his family was the all important arc of hos life. My deepest sympathy.

 

Williams Family posted on 4/28/18

Please accept our condolences on the loss of your dear loved one Teenie. You have loss someone very special. May you all find comfort in one another and your friend during your time of bereavement. Most importantly, rely on our Heavenly Father "who comforts us in all our tribulation." (2Corinthians 1:4)

 

Candis Collins posted on 4/28/18

Although I have only known Benton for a short time as one of his care-givers, I found him to be a kind, warm and considerate man. His love of family and friends was obvious. I sensed that he had a good life and has been a blessing to many. I am praying that happier memories will help his loved ones through their time of loss. With sympathy, Candis

 

 

Virginia Lovern posted on 4/28/18

I am sad to see you go friend. You were always a great friend and person. You will be missed. Watch over us up there buddy. Rest easy love...

 

Tony Tellez posted on 4/27/18

I will miss him so much. A few weeks ago I had mentioned to him to come work with me at my dealership to get his mind off his troubles. He had worked on computers for my parents and I. He also had helped me move out and into my new home. He was always smiling and always willing to help out a brother. He will be missed dearly. My condolences to Ross and Virginia, Diana and Denise.

 

Jimmy Sealey posted on 4/27/18

Arch was always helpful as a friend and neighbor for over 30 years. Once I went to assisted living Arch would drive me to the store and doctor's appointments. He was a gifted wood worker who built his own pier, garage, and addition to his house.

 

Janet Gingery posted on 4/27/18

I never got to meet Archie, but feel that I know him from all the stories that I have heard from his dear friend Miriam. How blessed his is to have such a wonderful friend, now and then... God's greatest blessings...

 

Doug & Jane Ann Daughtry posted on 4/27/18

Our deepest sympathies to the family - “Blessed is the True Judge.” We are praying for all of you, that our Lord may comfort you with His love and grace during this time and beyond. (We met Benton in 1992 when our son Joel and his son Eric were in ICU at the same time. G-d "comforts us in all our affliction so that we will be able to comfort those who are in any affliction with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by [Him].") Blessings,

 

Cynthia Malbon Chapman posted on 4/27/18

I have many fond memories of Teenie babysitting me and driving me around with her when I was young and always seeing her at Grimstead's Market , where we shopped ! Sending my condolences to her family .

 

Brenda posted on 4/27/18

I am so very sorry for your loss. For those of us who are left to mourn, we have the hope and the promise held out to us from God’s word that we will see our loved ones again. John 6:40

 

Lee Milteer posted on 4/27/18

I have memories of Benton being Edmund Bayduch's best friend. Also so fond memories of Eric and Sharon and Sue Fax. Condolences to his family. Rest in Peace Benton and maybe you and Edmund will hang out again!!

 

 

Ellen Cayce posted on 4/27/18

Journey home to Ruth now Per!

 

 

Ellen Cayce posted on 4/27/18

Dear Alan, and Lise, Knowing Per and Ruth was indeed a privilege! Ruth made us an elegant dinner at their lovely home in VB. I always enjoyed our conversations together when I saw Per at Dr. Nelson's. Many blessings on Per's journey home to his Beloved Ruth.

 

Jeri posted on 4/27/18

My Godfather and one of my all time favorite people in this world. Some of my happiest memories include my Uncle Benton and Sonny telling old stories and laughing. You will be missed and always remembered with a smile...

 

Barbara Biehl posted on 4/27/18

While I did not know Teenie, we share a good friend in Dottie Williams who spoke to me about her on many occasions. I wish to offer my condolences to Teenie's friends and family.. Rest in Peace, Teenie.

 

Dannel Snowden posted on 4/27/18

Rest in peace. I'm going to miss you.. Hattiegirl!

 

Beth Donn Mancoll posted on 4/27/18

I met Benton when I was a child...he was always friendly, kind and caring. I care and share your sorrow

 

Victoria Rentrop posted on 4/27/18

It has been an honor to know Frank. I will miss his engaging conversation about everything from current events, philosophy, nutrition, astrology, and much more... and his wonderful smile !

 

Nichole Baughan posted on 4/27/18

So sorry for your loss. I know she was loved my many and fought a good fight. I personally did not know her but have her stories from Coley and Dottie and the ladies. Rest in peace.

 

Cerena Gourdine Stiefel Cassidy posted on 4/27/18

Will miss you O'B - but HEAVEN is where you are needed. R. I. P. dear friend , we will always love you.

 

Scott Laney and family posted on 4/27/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in your time of sorrow. May your fond memories be your comfort in the days ahead until you meet again.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/27/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Marion Blackwell Hoggard posted on 4/27/18

I grew up on Old Dam Neck Rd. I went to school with her brother Charlie(Harry) Grimstead. My sister Marlene went to school with her brother “Bim”. She was s great person and came from a wonderful family. So sorry to hear of her passing

 

Bernie Freeman posted on 4/26/18

Archie was teaching at Ferguson HS when I started teaching there in 1962. He was a fine man, helpful in every way and always friendly. Those of us in the Science Department needed a light source for our microscope work with students and Archie did all the work for us with the help of his students. Thanks, Archie, for being my friend.

 

Donna Fairchild posted on 4/26/18

One of the finest men I have ever known and loved. He loved his children above all and was a friend for life. Rest high on that mountain my love. You were always a warrior and had a life well lived.

 

 

Brittany Murphy posted on 4/26/18

Always a pleasure to see you! Always knew exactly what to say to brighten anyone's day! I surely will miss your smiling face! Your gooder than GRITS!!!

 

 

Emily Williams posted on 4/26/18

I remember Dominick singing and reading bedtime stories to our daughter Samantha. She loved her Daddy's animated personality!

 

 

Derek & Jackie Hills posted on 4/26/18

Anna Mae, & family- you are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Tina Moore posted on 4/26/18

Cleve, I am sorry for your loss. May God comfort you and your family during this time and the months and years ahead. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Carol Inman-Leach posted on 4/25/18

Nothing in life is harder to bear than losing a child. There are no words that can heal. Joe and I are truly sorry for your pain and loss.

 

Jeanette M. Thomas posted on 4/25/18

Dear Alan, knowing your father and mother for over 30 years has been a great privilege. Per was a man of rare talent, generosity of spirit, and a true gentleman. He was so proud and grateful for you as a son and friend. I can't be at the service but I will be holding you in prayer.

 

Nancy a posted on 4/25/18

Good friends good and friendly landlord my prayers and respect

 

Nancy a posted on 4/25/18

Sorry for ur loss he was a GD friend and prior landlord

 

Marcella Williams posted on 4/25/18

Sending my deepest condolences to those who will be missing Archie and praying for comfort in warm memories.

 

Jack and Gwen Fitzgerald posted on 4/25/18

Dave and Kim, our thoughts and prayers will be with you during this difficult time. Christ be with you both.

 

Mike & Michelle Miller posted on 4/25/18

So many memories going back to Wadsworth in the 70s. Games of football and pickle. Then there were the street hockey years. Sharing a place with you, James and Joe. Slinging pizzas together at the Oceanfront. Testifying in your defense and sharing chili dogs outside the courthouse. Going to see a midnight showing of Home Alone and pretending we weren't crying at the end. We're going to miss you, big man.

 

Police Major A.L. McCaa posted on 4/25/18

Sorry for your Loss

 

Lonnie Bell posted on 4/25/18

Virginia and family, I am so very sorry for your loss!!

 

Dale Wells posted on 4/25/18

So sorry for your loss. Prayers go out to you and your Mother.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/25/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

chip fraser posted on 4/25/18

I met homer in elementary school and like Robert Bunner said, he was a marvelous athlete. He did everything well and like Brent Coltrain was a phenom. I wished i would have kept in touch but may he rest conmfortably

 

DALE MURRAY & SALLY BAKER posted on 4/24/18

We are very sorry to learn about the loss of your son, Kyle. May you find some comfort in your everlasting memories of Kyle and the support from your family and friends in this time of sorrow.

 

 

Joe Miller posted on 4/24/18

So many memories from 40+ years of friendship, and I cherish them all. Like the fight we had, 2 tall skinny kids, trading punches for so long we had to take a break, and couldn't remember why started fighting in the first place. We walked away together, unhurt, laughing about it.

 

vicki nyberg posted on 4/24/18

David, Kim and Rebecca, I am so sorry for this loss...I will keep all of you in prayer.

 

Ann Onhaizer posted on 4/24/18

So sorry for the loss of your father. You're in my prayers,

 

C. Prince posted on 4/24/18

I'm sorry to hear about your loss. Please find comfort in the Holy Scriptures that promises soon sickness and death will end forever mentioned at Revelation 21:4. May the God of all comfort strengthen you at this most difficult time. Please accept my sincere condolences

 

wade moody posted on 4/24/18

mrsTanner and Sara and family ,so sorry for your loss. With Roberts passing ,we all lost a great person and friend.I met Robert in 1978 at Wadsworth homes navy housing.We became instant friends, due to our mutual passion for playng sports around the neighbor hood.Fondest memories were mrs Tanner taking us to bowling on Saturday mornings in the green chevy van.There were no back seats ,we sat on paint buckets( 1970's safety first-who needs seats and seatbelts).As navy life goes, we moved out ,but rob and I stayed in touch. Our family tradition for birthdays was to go to Lynnhaven fish house where Robert always served us.recently, we talked about catching up over a beer,and talk about the good old days growing up. I was looking forward to the hilarious stories we were going to tell.Sad, I wont get to have one last laugh with him,but the memories will never leave me.thanks Robert ,Rip love ya.

 

Mike Kerns posted on 4/24/18

Bro I cant thank you enough for all that you did for me and the Grom. She will always remember who gave her that nickname. I will never forget all the good and bad times that we had, way more good than bad. I'm gonna miss you Sweaty Yeti, but I will definitely see you again. Your tour of hell on Earth is done! Thanks for being the big brother I never had.

 

 

Love, Kathy & Paul Rosino posted on 4/24/18

Rob, We have so many years of memories that I can’t pick just one. The fact that we stayed friends and still made memories with Paul says a lot about your heart and kind of person you were. They say you never forget your first love. And I know this will be true for me. But the fact that after we parted as a couple, we became closer as friends and shared your family with me and my husband Paul. I would not have even met him if it weren’t for you and your family.....it just doesn’t even seem possible that we will not see you or hear that very funny, distinctive laugh that was so contagious. When you laughed so did everybody around you. RIP Rob, you will be truly missed my friend

 

 

Angela, Isaac and Rodney Hayes, posted on 4/24/18

We the great niece and nephews of our great aunt Thelma M. Hayes are deeply saddened by the news of our loved one. Aunt Thelma was the only family we had since the death of our parents, Isaac and Lucille Hayes She kept in touch with us and visa versa. Our memories go back to Norfolk, Va and Norfolk State University. She was always thoughtful, loving and kind to us. Shel will be deeply missed . Her legacy is one we are proud of. RIP Aunt Thelma Heaven has a new Angel. Love Always Angie .Tommy. and Roc .

 

Clarence and Hilda Blackmon posted on 4/23/18

She will truly be missed by all who knew her beautiful smile we love you girl

 

Wanda Walton posted on 4/23/18

I want to extend my heartfelt sympathy to the family and wife of Stuart Cake. Stuart could talk to anyone about anything and was the epitome of friendliness and hospitality. I got to spend time with Stuart and Bet beginning when they first started dating and our time together was always filled with interesting conversation and laughter. I recall my family staying a few days at the cabins in Virginia Beach and mentioned to Bet that we would be going to several attractions. The next day Stuart showed up to the cabin with tickets for my entire family. That’s just one of many examples of the way Stuart cared for and loved his friends. Bet, I know that nothing was more precious to Stuart than you and your happiness and we are grateful for the many examples of unconditional love that Stuart showed to us all. I love you and I am praying for you and your family. Wanda Walton

 

Janice Camp posted on 4/23/18

Rob, you always made me laugh with your horsing around with the kids at our parties. Love and prayers to Anna May and all the family. Love Gram Jan

 

 

Diana Brinson posted on 4/23/18

This candle is in memory of a beautiful lady who will always be in our hearts. This candle is in memory of a beautiful lady who will always be in our hearts.

 

 

Diana Brinson posted on 4/23/18

This candle is a tribute to a beautiful lady who will always be in our hearts.

 

The Duncan's posted on 4/23/18

With heartfelt sympathy to the Tanner Family, May you rely on the God of all comfort to help you to endure the days ahead. "God is our refuge and strength" (Psalms 46:1).

 

Peggy Heim Duke posted on 4/23/18

Sarah, I am so sorry for your families loss. Keep all lifted in prayer in your time of need. All my memories are from Rob playing on my dad's baseball team and after that we became friends in school. Hugs and kisses honey. Always here to lend a shoulder or an ear.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/23/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Lisa & Bob Venner posted on 4/23/18

Kim & David, we are deeply saddened to hear of Kyle’s passing. Please know that we are thinking of you and your family at this time.

 

 

Suzanne and Bob Blackman posted on 4/22/18

This candle could never bring as much brightness into our lives as Kathy did.

 

Faith Christie posted on 4/22/18

Dear Dave and Kim - I am so very sorry for your loss. Your family will be in prayers and thoughts. Faith (Smith) Christie

 

Jim & Elaine Johnson posted on 4/22/18

So sad to hear of your loss. She lived a beautiful life and leaves behind a lovely family! Love to all

 

Jim & Elaine Johnson posted on 4/22/18

So sad to hear of your loss! She has had a beautiful life and leaves behind a lovely family! Much love to all.

 

Lorri Casey Braa posted on 4/22/18

I met Robert when his parents moved into Wadsworth Navy housing. He and my son, Wade, became great friends, often getting in trouble together! Whenever we ate at the Lynnhaven Fish House, when we called for reservations we asked to be seated in his section. I have so many fond memories of Rob; too many to list here. He will be remembered and missed by all of us who were privileged to know him. RIP Robert. We love you.

 

Sandy Benson Mann Smith posted on 4/22/18

Kim and David I can not even think of what you both are going through even as I enter the third year of Jerry leaving me to cancer I just hope that your love and thoughts of beautiful Kyle will keep you going. I remember his beautiful face as a boy and still have that picture in my head. I pray that his four legged children will be ok as well. My love to you both always.

 

Sharon Gillum posted on 4/22/18

Deepest sympathy.

 

Maronda Jackson posted on 4/22/18

My cousin was a hard working man. He took care of his parents to the end. Always had a beautiful smile and could make you laugh. I miss you but I also know that God knows best. Tell Earl, William, Edna, Yvonne, Sam, Mama, Dada, and everyone I said Hello. Love you cuz. Always.

 

Al Manzie posted on 4/22/18

I am deeply saddened by the loss of Kyle. Please accept my sincere condolences to all the Trax Family.

 

Barbara Schaarschmidt (Ms. Elmer) posted on 4/22/18

I was blessed to be Kyle's 5th grade teacher at Princess Anne Elementary. He will always hold a special place in my heart and remembered as one of my "favorites". My thoughts and prayers to his wonderful family during this incedibly painful time of loss...

 

Stacey Will posted on 4/22/18

Kim and Dave thinking of you and yours at this sad time. I didn’t know your son but I’m sure he was an amazing boy like his parents. Thinking of you and sending hugs— Staceyst

 

Gary and Maggie Crooks posted on 4/22/18

David, Kim and Rebecca - we are so sorry to hear of Kyle's passing. We remember wonderful Friday nights together. May you find peace in all the memories. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Gary and Maggie Crooks

 

Sharon Newberger posted on 4/22/18

Rob, You meant a lot to so many people, and you will be missed so much. Thank you for being a part of our lives...My thoughts continue to be with the family~

 

Laura Gadsby posted on 4/22/18

Very sorry for your loss, JDF strong, it's not easy for anyone.

 

 

Harry and Doris Montague posted on 4/22/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

 

Sara Lemieux posted on 4/22/18

Only the good die young. RIP Rob. Prayers to his loved ones.

 

Dianne Kemp posted on 4/22/18

Bobby, Where do I begin?....We shared so many memories together as your "in-law" family and many tender, loving, fun, crazy times in such a short period of time. I enjoyed all the Sunday morning breakfast meals (we may have hit all the joints in Va. Beach), and the great seafood dinners at Margie's and Ray's and Surf Rider. Loved the times at the Moose watching you eat and watching you all playing pool. Had so much fun having you and Jeannie join us on our Tennessee vacation where you and Terry played and Jeannie drove the cart. Will miss that this year! You were so caring when your Mom, Jeannie, and the kids needed you. I'll never forget the day you came over to ask if you could marry Jeannie. You were so nervous and she didn't know until much later about it. And, I will cherish the memory on Mother's Day when you came over by yourself with a Orchid plant and card just for me from just you. Jeannie didn't know that you had done that either until later in the day. That was the kind of guy you were and I loved you for it. You became a son to us even before you and Jeannie got married. Rest in Peace Forever, Bobby

 

 

Deborah Montague posted on 4/22/18

Your light will always shine bright over your family. You will never fade.

 

Jack PIerce posted on 4/22/18

I will miss our common interest in the military, his generosity, and just all around being a great father in law. Thank you for all you have done for us. I will miss you dearly. Jack Pierce

 

Tom Perkins posted on 4/21/18

Dave and Kim, Very sorry for your loss.

 

 

Misty Winslow posted on 4/21/18

When I think of You Cousin, It brings back fun times at The Stockton Hotel when you came home.Love and Hugs to My Family.

 

Teresa G Farris posted on 4/21/18

Miss Joanne, you are free now! You are with your hubby and daughter, so fly high!!

 

Leala Baker posted on 4/21/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you all. May Rob rest in peace.

 

Wanda Terrill posted on 4/21/18

My Most memorable memory of Rob... well there are too many to post. The one that makes me laugh was our bar to bar crawl along the strip we all laughed so. the trips to the beach- beach volleyball- Cape Hatters- and the endless phone calls of laughter. He was a great and wonderful man and human. you will be missed by all that meet him. Until we meet again. Anna Mae- Sarah- Sally- Preston- Parker- Jack- Dave. My prayers are with you and Love you all very much. T

 

Warren Smith posted on 4/21/18

So sorry for your loss. I pray God gives you peace and strength in this difficult time.

 

Mimi Duncan posted on 4/21/18

I met this amazing man on December 4, 2014 and fell in love with him a month later, sitting on a ratty blue couch, watching him smile while he talked to his mother. We had our ups and downs, so many adventures and beach days, an epic road trip to Maine, quiet days at home. Nights in the backyard, watching the fire and dreaming about a Bohemian life. No matter how far apart we lived from each other, the love stayed with us. Over the last year, he was my biggest cheerleader and my dearest confidant. He always knew how to make me laugh and how to make things brighter. He always said we'd find our way back to each other someday, and I look forward to that day. Until then, I will always carry his light forward. My deepest condolences to his amazing family. He will be watching over you, always.

 

Wayne & Mary Lou Mortimer posted on 4/21/18

We are so sorry for your loss. We have great memories of Kyle and the band throughout his school years. Someone as special as Kyle will never be forgotten. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

 

Barbara and Dan Lesch posted on 4/21/18

Mike - We were saddened to hear about Kathy. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family.

 

Elizabeth Bastone posted on 4/21/18

My heart hurt when I heard the news, I can only imagine the pain you carry in your heart. I hope the good memories, and the love from family and friends will help carry you thru the rough times.

 

 

Keirh Golden posted on 4/21/18

Im lighting this candle to help guide you as you have always guided me. Rest in peace my friend.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/21/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Richard ,Tammy, Kendall & Collin Knowles posted on 4/21/18

So sorry for the families loss. Prayers for comfort to the family. Too young to depart this world. May your memories bring some comfort

 

Jim & Pat Perry posted on 4/21/18

We know that you are going through something indescribably painful and agonizing, and although no words can really help to ease your pain. Please know that God is with you and that He will take care of you and your family. We will be praying for your peace, comfort,and strength in these trying times... We are very sorry for your loss.

 

Herb Storer posted on 4/20/18

Rob was more than just family, he has been my friend forever and I have many great memories, I always had fun with Rob. I will miss him until I meet him again. All my love to Anna May, Sarah , and Sally.

 

Helen and Pat Ryan posted on 4/20/18

Sending lots of hugs, prayers and love. May all the wonderful times and love you shared with Greg always fill your heart. We are so sorry for your loss

 

Nathan Mateer posted on 4/20/18

I will always remember the great times spent with Kyle, my life is better for knowing him.

 

Marcella Williams posted on 4/20/18

Sending my sympathy to Kathy's family as well as her extended family at CNU. Her legacy will certainly live on in those lives she touched.

 

 

Cassandra & Myron Parker posted on 4/20/18

Sending our condolences to the Moore Family. May you find peace during this time of bereavement.

 

Gary Poulin posted on 4/20/18

Blue skies ahead. No more water landings, tax shelters, puzzles to solve. Happy flying Will. We’ll see you in the great beyond.

 

Ashley Elliott posted on 4/20/18

Kathy was such a wonderful person who was always smiling. Her positivity was so contagious. My heart goes out to the family. I'm so sorry for your loss. She will be smiling from above looking down on loved ones.

 

Gary Poulin posted on 4/20/18

Blue sky’s ahead. Many days of happy flying. No more water landings, tax shelters, or delivering papers at the Alamo.

 

Mary Anne & Al Price posted on 4/20/18

Our hearts are broken for your family. You are in our thoughts and prayers

 

Stephanie Windsor posted on 4/20/18

I’m so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

 

Don and Cindy Flinchum and family posted on 4/20/18

Sorry to hear of your loss may you find peace in your heart thru all this sorrow.

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 4/20/18

To Mr. Alan, you have my most heartfelt condolences on the loss of your father.

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 4/20/18

To Ms. Jeannie, Ms. Monica, Ms. Edna, Ms. Pearl, Mr. Brian and all of those who know and love Mr. Bobby, you have my deepest condolences. I pray your strength in the days ahead. May the memories that he left you with give you peace and comfort.

 

Robert R. Brunner, Jr. posted on 4/20/18

I first met Homer at Norview High School. He was a tremendous athlete who played football (half back and defensive back) and basketball. Homer disappeared prior to our senior year and from what I learned he enlisted into the army and went to Vietnam. Homer will be missed and always be a part of Norview High Class of 65 Bob Brunner

 

 

Melissa posted on 4/20/18

Prayers of Peace for your family.

 

Pat Cherrie posted on 4/20/18

Steve, I'm sorry to hear of your mom's passing. I remember her from your days in Shore Park. RIP, Mrs. Needre

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/20/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

David Cox posted on 4/20/18

Paraphrasing here, Greg may have not have gone where he intended to go, but ended up where he needed to be. Touching the hearts of so many,still running against the wind.

 

Yvonne Juliano posted on 4/20/18

Kathy was very nice and caring lady.She will be missed. My heart goes out to her family.

 

Josh and Letha Anderson posted on 4/20/18

We are deeply saddened by the news of your son’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Roger B. Velbis posted on 4/20/18

Our close friendship since elementary school will always be remembered. Man did we have some awesome times growing up together. I’m going to miss our weekly Sunday morning breakfast at Golden Corral with you and Jeannie’s Dad, Terry Kemp. Rest In Peace my dear friend. I’ll see you on the other side someday

 

Karen Schwieder Hall posted on 4/20/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family, Jeannie. I'm so very sorry for your sudden devastating loss.

 

Tara, Jack and Eli posted on 4/20/18

We miss you. You will forever be in our hearts. We love you.

 

Renee Blythe posted on 4/19/18

Mt prayers are with you Jeannie.

 

SUSAN AND STEVE WALTERS posted on 4/19/18

FIRST TIME WE EVER MET BOBBY WAS AT THEIR WEDDING. YOU COULD SEE THE LOVE HE HAD FOR HIS NEW BRIDE.. THEY WERE TRULY MEANT FOR EACH OTHER. JEANNIE TRY TO REMEMBER THAT HE IS WAITING FOR YOU AND HIS LOVED ONES JUST BEYOND THE GARDEN WALL. LOVE YOUR SECOND MOTHER, SUSIE.

 

Fred posted on 4/19/18

Going to miss you bro. You made the hard days at work more enjoyable and kept us all laughing r.i.p. my friend see you on the other side and we'll bore somemore

 

 

Rob and Lisa Garcia posted on 4/19/18

We are very sorry for your loss. Our Sincerest condolences to Jeannie and family.

 

John E. Friend (john john) posted on 4/19/18

I remember as kid going over to Brian's house to hang out, Chris treated me pretty well. Almost like another little brother. I wish I could have known Chris like many of you.

 

Donna Kermon-Lemon posted on 4/19/18

Life on earth is but a fleeting moment in gods time..heaven is eternal peace and love...Heaven has gained a loving and caring angel in Bobby...my love and prayers go out to Jeannie and the entire family.

 

Phyllis Grajek posted on 4/19/18

Rest In Peace with your family in Heaven. You talked about them when I visited you in Virginia Beach. 2016 for Thanksgiving with Gary & Adrienne and Christmas with Grant & Melanie home from college. Good Times

 

Nancy and Greg Gruszewski posted on 4/19/18

Today my thoughts are all over the place. I know we've never met you in person but I did share some things on your facebook posts and learned some things about you from your sister, Edna and her girls. In their eyes you were a super brother for your care and helpfulness to your mom throughout your life and because you were an all around good guy! It sounds like not only were you a brother and uncle but also a buddy and friend. Their feelings for you were strong and true, and your passing has left a hole in all their hearts and that loss is very difficult for all of them. They are very special to us and honestly so is your family. Our thoughts and prayers are for all of them, that they will be comforted and at peace at this sad time in life. May Jesus welcome you home and keep all of your loved ones in his loving arms, close to his heart. Rest in Peace, Chris.

 

 

Shannon Harrison posted on 4/19/18

U will be truly missed by all who love you

 

Clayton barker posted on 4/19/18

Man I can't believe your gone I was absolutely speechless when I got the news,we didn't get to talk to much but when we did it felt like I've known you my whole life we had some good times going to Carolina rebellion and going to concerts in VA beach.Truthfully those were some of the greatest and funnest times is my whole life. I'm gonna miss you alot if I ever go back to rebellion because it most definitely will not be the same without you man, and I appreciate you and Jeanie for thinking of me enough to let me be apart of y'all's wedding, you were easy to talk to about problems and just in general fun to hang out with and one of the greatest guys I've ever known I'm gonna miss you and I love bro,until we meet again rest easy.

 

Brandy Barker posted on 4/19/18

You will forever be everywhere but where I will see you most is in your brother ! As much as we always said you two are just alike and y'all never agreed , there will always be an expression or two that will remind me of you ! Also i will always remeber telling you that you needed a hair cut and you would give me that look and say i just got it cut!!! You were a great person and will always be in our hearts we love you dearly !!!

 

 

Mary Woods posted on 4/19/18

Chris would always blame me for him getting sick. I will miss you! Until we seen each other again. Rest In Heaven! Luv You! Your Sis in Law

 

Susan Smith posted on 4/19/18

Rest in peace Mr.Silvestri I will remember you as a happy go lucky man, always smiling! My condolence to all the family!

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/19/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Jason Graham. posted on 4/19/18

Have fun up there Gramps. Good man on earth gonna be better up there. Love ya. See ya down the road.

 

Rich & Karen posted on 4/18/18

Dear Bet, Karen and I were very saddened to hear about Stuart's passing. He was a great friend to everyone. Stuart was very kind-hearted and always willing to help. All around Virginia and the World Stuart would let his light shine. Bet, you made Stuart a very happy man. He will be greatly missed. Bet, you will always in our prayers. Love, Rich & Karen Williams

 

Susan Dieterich posted on 4/18/18

We have lost an exceptional person, father, friend, brother, husband, and on and on. His humor was infectious and his love will last forever in the hearts of many who knew him. Be in peace Greg.

 

Robin Lake posted on 4/18/18

Thanks for being the man you were to become a part of an instant family and beome an intricate part of our family. Thanks for loving our mother like you did even in the difficult times she had your shoulder to lean on. We will miss you always but we know you are no longer in pain or discomfort. Love you Richard until we meet again.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/18/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Jo Rosenblum posted on 4/18/18

Dear Bet and Sons: I am very sorry for your loss. Stuart always thought of other people first. He was kind, gentle, had a good heart and chose you to be his wife. He will be missed by many.

 

Jo Rosenblum posted on 4/18/18

Stuart Cake

 

Marcella Williams posted on 4/17/18

Sending my deepest condolences to friends and family at this time.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/17/18

Sorry For Your Loss! Jesus Loves Me!

 

Bill & Anita Jones posted on 4/17/18

Bet, We are so sorry for your loss. Anita and I met Stuart only once but we could see the love You Both had for each other. He will be missed by many. Our prayers go out to You and the Family.

 

Allison Hopkins posted on 4/16/18

My prayers are with the family at this time.

 

L. Duncan posted on 4/16/18

Dear Bradley Family, Please accept our condolences for your loss. Death is not easy to accept, much less cope with. It's comforting to know that Our loving Heavenly Father, Jehovah understands your pain. He promises us  that "He will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more neither morning nor outcry nor pain any more.." Revelation 21:4. He promises to return our loved ones who have passed. Acts 24:15

 

L.Duncan posted on 4/16/18

Dear Moore Family, Please accept our condolences for your loss. Death is not easy to accept, much less cope with. It's comforting to know that Our loving Heavenly Father, Jehovah understands your pain. He promises us  that "He will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more neither morning nor outcry nor pain any more.." Revelation 21:4. He promises to return our loved ones who have passed. Acts 24:15

 

Angie W posted on 4/16/18

"Grieving, I hate to say goodbye Dust and ash forever, yeah Though I know we must be parted As sure as stars are in the sky I'm gonna see when it comes to glory And I'll see you, I'll see you on the other side." - Thank you for being kind, for being my friend, making me laugh and giving me tough guidance when I needed it or what I called Greg 101 class. Thank you for being you. I will miss you!

 

Elizabeth Griego Powell posted on 4/16/18

May the Lord comfort you through this time of grief and loss.

 

Elizabeth Griego Powell posted on 4/16/18

May the Lord bless you and comfort you through this time of grief and loss. Our hearts go out to you all.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/16/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Richard D. posted on 4/15/18

I hope the duck hunting is good where you are now. Miss you, my friend.

 

Chris Gibbs posted on 4/15/18

Mr and Mrs German. I live in the neighborhood and while I didn't know Kyle I did want to pass along my feelings for your loss. Remember it is times like this that we can and should turn to God for his love is always there for us. God bless each of you and therest of your family.

 

Pam Dupree posted on 4/15/18

My heart still hurts. It's not a day that does not go by thinking of you! I really wish you were just gone fishing. Wishing you were still here! Prayers for strength and healing!

 

Mike Ward and Michele Martin posted on 4/15/18

Bet- We are saddened by the passing of our friend Stuart. From the light in his eyes, the welcoming in his ready smile to the compassion in his heart he will be missed. And thank you for being his rock...

 

Terri L. posted on 4/15/18

The world has lost a kind and good person. He is a friend who will be missed.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/15/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

 

Aubrey Brooks posted on 4/14/18

Cheers to my stubborn dad! Love you always

 

Aubrey Brooks posted on 4/14/18

May your adventures be pain free! Love you dad!

 

Faith Phillips posted on 4/14/18

Travis and family, I am so sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of meeting your grandfather recently and he seemed like a wonderful, caring gentleman. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

 

Stan Moore posted on 4/14/18

I couldn't have asked for a better brother.

 

Eleanor Fodrey, wife of Bob Fodrey, Jr (deceased 10/17) posted on 4/14/18

I am so sorry to hear of Stuart's passing, much to soon. He was a funny, caring person. May God comfort you during this time.

 

Yvonne Eleftheriou Stevenson posted on 4/14/18

It was with great sorrow that I found out about Stuart's passing. He and his belated mother Frances, were neighbors of mine in in the Thoroughgood neighborhood of Virginia Beach. He continued living there with his beloved wife Bet after their marriage. Stuart's mother was a customer and friend. Stuart would bring her up the block to have her hair done in my mother's garage converted beauty parlor. I would take my daughter to their home to trick or treat and Stuart was always jovial and happy to see us. I would run into him at the neighborhood Kroger and we would stand and talk and he would always make me laugh, with his puns! He introduced me to Bet on one of those Kroger encounters! My greatest condolences to you Bet and family. May his memory be eternal.

 

Gerry Rogers posted on 4/14/18

At Mr. Rogers Windows we have 4 core values we measure a candidate by in order for them to become part of the team. Accountability, Honesty, Integrity, Respect and Excellence. These are what we call the core 4 and Kyle was the model of these values and many more. Kyle thought he may want to go into he fire department but after taking some time to think about it he decided Mr. Rogers Windows was where he wanted to be. Once that decision was made there was no looking back. Kyle became a student of his trade excelling in everything he did. He aspired to learn and master every aspect of his trade and lead his own crew one day. I truly believe he would have done that. Now he is in the hands and under the direction of our heavenly Father, I am sure saying teach me this, teach me that. We will miss you at Mr. Rogers Windows, Kyle our family just wont be the same without you. From everyone at Mr Rogers Windows our deepest condolences to the German family, you will all be in our prayers. Gerry Rogers

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/14/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Tim and Anita Duke posted on 4/14/18

My deepest sympathy to the German family. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Carrie, Ryson, Ryan David posted on 4/13/18

Our deepest condolences to you all! Much love from the boys and I!

 

Kay posted on 4/13/18

I would like to extend my sincerest condolences to your family. A scripture i find helpful is Isaiah 41:10 even though we may feel alone when we lose someone we love God reminds us that he is there with us ready to comfort us.We can appreciate that now and Revelation 21:4 “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore the former things have passed away.” By means of God’s kingdom that Jesus mentioned at Matthew 6:10 that is what we can look forward to in the future. WWW.JW.org gives you more insight on the future blessings this kingdom will I will continually keep you in my prayers during this time and in the days ahead.

 

Kay Heard posted on 4/13/18

I would like to extend my sincerest condolences to your family. A scripture i find helpful is Isaiah 41:10 even though we may feel alone when we lose someone we love God reminds us that he is there with us ready to comfort us.We can appreciate that now and Revelation 21:4 “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore the former things have passed away.” By means of God’s kingdom that Jesus mentioned at Matthew 6:10 that is what we can look forward to in the future. WWW.JW.org gives you more insight on the future blessings this kingdom will bring. I will continually keep you in my prayers during this time and in the days ahead

 

 

Greg Ferris posted on 4/13/18

May God Bless you, In the short time I knew you it was my pleasure. You will be missed by all.

 

CH posted on 4/13/18

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort in God's promise to wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more. Revelation 21:4

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/13/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Bobby and Cathy Williams posted on 4/12/18

Bob, Donna, Christine, Eddie and family - We are so sorry for you loss. Bobby and I can only imagine how terrible it must be to lose such a wonderful part of your family. We hope that all the memories you have of Kyle help sustain you through this tragic time. With greatest sympathies, Bobby and Cathy Williams

 

Nannie Miller & Linda & Mike Parker posted on 4/12/18

We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts & prayers are with you. We have so many wonderful memories of Frances & Georges & shared wonderful times & vacations. Your mother was a unique, intelligent women with lots of Style & she will always be remembered. We are sorry we will not be able to attend her funeral. My mother is not mobile enough to go to the graveside service but our hearts will be will you.

 

Jan and Billy Morrow posted on 4/12/18

Bob, Donna, and family, Billy and I are so sorry for your loss. May the wonderful memories you have of Kyle begin to give you peace.and God's love sustain each of you. Billy and Jan Morrow

 

SO posted on 4/12/18

To the family of Marjorie sorry for your loss. May you draw close to the hearer of prayer Jehovah God at this difficult time, and may you find comfort in His promise to "swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces." (Isaiah 25:8)

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/12/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Anna O'Reilly and Roseann Runte posted on 4/12/18

Dear Bet, family and friends, Please know that Stuart's contributions to the community and to Town 'N Gown at Old Dominion were greatly appreciated. He had many friends and will be missed. We are thinking of you at this time and sharing your sadness at this loss. Sincere condolences, Anna O'Reilly and Roseann Runte

 

HERBERT ANMD ERMA GREEN posted on 4/11/18

R STUART CAKE

 

James Henderson posted on 4/11/18

So sorry to hear about Stuart’s passing. Bet, I always loved when y’all would visit our Chick-fil-A at Haygood, in your booth(2nd booth behind the manager station). We will missing his great joy and his love for you and your family. He was an example for others to follow. I know i will miss my friend. Prayers and condolences to you and the family.

 

Janet Woods posted on 4/11/18

We are so sorry to hear of your mom's passing. Our prayers and sympathies are with you.

 

Raymond Jones posted on 4/11/18

Bet - I am so sorry to hear of Stuart's passing. I always enjoyed seeing him at Virginia Arts Festival events - especially the Tattoo. His big smile and warm personality will be greatly missed!

 

Adorno posted on 4/11/18

Sorry for your loss

 

Sherry Reid posted on 4/11/18

Stuart will be missed in a big way. He was a "light" wherever he went. You couldn't help but love him. I still remember he and my late husband exchanging funny stories/jokes. My prayers go out to Bet and family for comfort and peace. Remember him at his best and cherish his memories.

 

Sherry Reid posted on 4/11/18

Stuart will be greatly missed. There was always lots of smiles and laughs when he was around. I can still remember he and my late husband exchanging funny stories/jokes. Bet, and family, my prayers go out to you for comfort and peace, but you know he would not want a bunch of sadness. Remember his at his best.

 

Eileen Bennett (daughter of Charlotte Fitzgerald) posted on 4/11/18

Please accept my heartfelt condolences in the death of Stuart. Bet, you and Stuart were some of mother's favorite people, and she always chuckled at Stuart's humor. You were both always thoughtful and kind to her, and for that I am grateful. Grieving is such an emotional experience, and though our faith journey teaches us to trust, it is a struggle to make your way. May God's perfect peace envelope you and strenghten you along this path.

 

Barbara Washington posted on 4/11/18

His smile and that happy go lucky attitude could turn anyone's day around. His love for you was seen each time both of you were in the office. Memories are forever and with them prayer will make it better

 

Sandy Filer posted on 4/11/18

I can’t imagine the grief you all must be feeling. But I’d do know the love a mother’s love for her son. Tears flow for you Donna. As a mom; you will carry him in your heart forever. To Bob; my sincere heartfelt sympathy, losing your son is tragic and unfair. Your best years with him were yet to come. No father should be denied that. Christine; I can’t imagine the loss of a brother and i hope you know we’re surrounding you with love and prayers. May God bless you three and all those who loved him.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/11/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

K posted on 4/11/18

It never truly gets easier to understand the reasons such amazing, kind, funny and sweet people get taken away from us. Hearing of Kyle's passing broke my heart, for his family ..His friends. I got to know him over the last 6 years and he is such a special man. He does have impeccable dance moves. I will never ever forget when Kyle and myself stayed up after everyone had passed out and decided to light a fire inside the fireplace. Kyle brought a gas can. I had newspaper. It was a horrid idea and we caught kobie on fire. But we laughed so incredibly hard. I will miss you so much Kyle. Your best friends will miss you, your family and everyone who knew you. I am going to pray for your family every single day. We love you.

 

Remy Tuck posted on 4/11/18

My heartfelt condolences to Bob, Donna, Christine and family. I was so sorry to hear about Kyle's passing, sending all my love to your family.

 

 

Jocelyne Wakefield posted on 4/11/18

May his light shine forever in your hearts.

 

Jocelyne Wakefield posted on 4/10/18

Ann and Family, Our deepest sympathy on the passing of your beloved Bill. We remember the good times we shared together riding and camping and enjoying each other's company. May the thoughts and prayers of those who love you give you peace and may God surround you with His love. Love, Jocelyne, Greg, and Eric

 

Robbie Lonker posted on 4/10/18

My condolences to Kyle's family and friends. I have been cutting Kyle's hair and only met him a small number of times, but I absolutely adored Kyle. There are not too many people you meet who are genuinely so kind hearted by nature, but he always made the day feel light. I wish I would've met him sooner. He was one of a kind and so easy to smile and laugh with. You are all in my thoughts, prayers, and well wishes.

 

Karen & Lew Hutchison posted on 4/10/18

Our deepest sympathy to The German Family. Our prayers and thoughts are with you during this difficult time.

 

X.Diaz posted on 4/10/18

My condolences in the loss of your beloved Husband and Dad. At difficult times as these, we need comfort to help us cope. We can be “comforted beyond measure” (Acts 20:12) by the Bible-based hope of the resurrection. (John 5:28, 29) How clear it is that our heavenly father can defeat our enemy death! The joy in heaven will also be great as God delights in directing his Son to carry out resurrections on a global scale under his kingdom soon. May these thoughts and the peace of God be with you now, and the days ahead. If you would welcome more comfort please visit www.jw.org

 

X.Diaz posted on 4/10/18

I express my deepest condolences to the family of Mr.Rose. To lose a loved one to death is so very painful to deal with. One sure source of comfort can be found in the Bible’s resurrection accounts, such as John 11:11-44. Reading such accounts, meditating on them, and visualizing the events can make the resurrection hope more real to us. (Romans 15:4) Then, let us daily praise God, who makes the resurrection hope a certainty! May these thoughts and the peace of God be with you now, and the days ahead. If you would welcome more comfort please visit www.jw.org

 

X.Diaz posted on 4/10/18

Please accept my condolences for the loss of your dear husband. May the love of family and friends carry you through these difficult days ahead. One sure source of comfort can be found in the Bible’s resurrection accounts, such as 1 Kings 17:8-24. Reading such accounts, meditating on them, and visualizing the events can make the resurrection hope more real to us. (Romans 15:4). If you would welcome more comfort please visit www.jw.org

 

X.Diaz posted on 4/10/18

My condolences in the loss of your beloved husband and dad. At difficult times as these, we need comfort to help us cope. We can be “comforted beyond measure” (Acts 20:12) by the Bible-based hope of the resurrection. (John 5:28, 29) How clear it is that our heavenly father can defeat our enemy death! The joy in heaven will also be great as God delights in directing his Son to carry out resurrections on a global scale under his kingdom soon. May these thoughts and the peace of God be with you now, and the days ahead. If you would welcome more comfort please visit www.jw.org

 

X.Diaz posted on 4/10/18

I would like to express my sincere condolences to the family and friends of Mr. Cake. The death of a loved one is one of the most devastating experiences we can face. However, how wonderful it is to know that our loving Creator can and will restore the dead to life! The Bible writer Paul offered hope of relief from our “last enemy,” death. He wrote: “Death is to be brought to nothing.” “The last enemy to be abolished is death.” (1 Corinthians 15:26) Why could Paul be so sure of that? Because he had been taught by one who had been raised from the dead, Jesus Christ. (Acts 9:3-19) Please stay close to God in prayer and his word the Bible as you face these difficult days ahead. For more needed encouragement you may go to www.jw.org

 

X.Diaz posted on 4/10/18

I express my deepest condolences to Kyle's family. To lose a loved one to death is so very painful to deal with. One sure source of comfort can be found in the Bible’s resurrection accounts, such as John 11:11-44. Reading such accounts, meditating on them, and visualizing the events can make the resurrection hope more real to us. (Romans 15:4) Then, let us daily praise God, who makes the resurrection hope a certainty! May these thoughts and the peace of God be with you now, and the days ahead. If you would welcome more comfort please visit www.jw.org

 

Eric vaughn posted on 4/10/18

Kyle I’m not sure what to say as like everyone I’m stunned. It’s not the same in our house and I’m not sure it ever will be. I miss you and it hasn’t hit me yet. I’m still waiting for you to walk in the door and whip your head back with that huge as smile. I’m gonna miss that the most I pray for you and your family. You’ll always be with me and my thoughts Till we meet again brother

 

Debbie Smith posted on 4/10/18

Bob, Donna, Christine and family, We are wrapping you in love because there are no words to express the sorrow in our hearts. With sympathy, Jim & Deb Smith

 

Theresa Roach Parker posted on 4/10/18

My heart aches for you. I remember meeting Kyle once and he was so funny and witty. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Geroge and Karon Grinnan posted on 4/10/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this very sad time in your lives.

 

Karla Wall posted on 4/10/18

Bob, Donna, Christine and Family, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your dear, sweet Kyle. My prayers for you during your time of deepest sorrow.

 

Steve & Rebecca Hardt posted on 4/10/18

To those touched by Stuart Cake, Rebecca and I would like to express our condolences in regards to Stuart’s death. For Christians, death is a time of countless emotions. Many of these emotions are associated to love. Because of God’s love for us, we are graced with everlasting life. Because of your love for Stuart, you mourn the loss of a love one that touched your life in special and unique ways: a man who was a husband, a tireless volunteer and a friend. Hopefully, you can look back lovingly at Stuart’s life here on earth and rejoice about his new life in Heaven. From our own experiences with the death of a love one, Rebecca and I realize their spirit remains with us. We have no doubt Stuart’s spirit will remain with you as you continue through this journey called life. Rebecca and I pray that you find comfort during this time and that you and your love ones continue to make and share countless memories together. Sincerely, Steve and Rebecca Hardt

 

Gregg Jensen posted on 4/10/18

My deepest sorrow is felt for the entire German family as I read about your terrible loss. My prayers are with you all.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/10/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

 

Jeff Ludden posted on 4/10/18

Stuart's light was bright and unwavering, and he was always looking to share that light with someone else to brighten their day. His humor will never be forgotten, and his love for his family and friends will be dearly missed. RIP, Stuart.

 

Janet Neal-Champagnie posted on 4/10/18

My prayers are with you and your family. GOD BLESS. May she rest in paradise.

 

Henry Ruiz posted on 4/10/18

While sharing a work experience with the City of Virginia Beach George was my supervisor and "words smith" in the modification of my communication. As a retired sailor we shared a common understanding on loyalty and service. My last message to him was that he was my SHIPMATE which he truly appreciated in a closing note to me..

 

Cindy Winstead posted on 4/9/18

Sorry for your loss. He will be missed by all. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time.

 

Don Kellough (SW3 NMCB-5, 81-83) posted on 4/9/18

I was witness to a wonderful showing of compassion when he was XO of NMCB-5 in 1982. While on duty a young man had been drinking a bit too much and had begun to talk of harming himself. We attempted to intercede but the situation worsened. I could not find the duty officer and went directly to the XO’s room. I must admit a bit of fear and trepidation as LCDR Tzavaras had the reputation as a stern man. I explained the situation and he immediately became involved in addressing the situation. He was compassionate and firmly gentle with the young man who received the help needed. I was touched when the XO thanked me for coming to get him. Blessings to the family. d

 

 

Dee Murray posted on 4/9/18

I did not know him, but I know his son Pastor Todd. Pastor Todd is remarkable and I am sure his father was also.

 

 

Malia Kanehailua posted on 4/9/18

To my loving grandma.

 

Sharon Riddick RN Portsmouth Naval Medical Center (1980-2011) NICU posted on 4/9/18

My prayers of comfort for the Velasco family at this time of sorrow. I worked with Mary back in the 80's at Portsmouth Naval. We became good friends, but lost contact over the years. May you rest in peace my friend.

 

David and Beverly Johnson posted on 4/9/18

We send our deepest sympathies. So thankful for the hope of eternal life through the resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Praying for the entire family to experience the peace and comfort of our our Lord as you grieve this loss. We are so thankful for Ken, his life, and his faith. Blessings to your all.

 

Julia & Carrie Brennan posted on 4/9/18

Susan, Kenny, Shannon and families, We are so sorry for your loss. Our sincere condolences to all of you at this sad time. Our thoughts, prayers and love are with all of you. God bless you all! Wish you the best in the days to come.

 

Lesley dickerson posted on 4/9/18

Dear Susan, I am sorry to hear about Pastor passing. I am thankful I had the opportunity to know your husband and you, Susan. I was blessed to attend your church for many years and my relationship with God grew so much. After we moved away I never found another church that could equal Ocean View Assembly of God. Thank you thank you thank you and may God bless you and comfort you with wonderful memories.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/9/18

Sorry For Your Loss !

 

Paul Beck posted on 4/9/18

So sorry to hear about the passing of a great high school friend. Our world has lost a great asset. We need more men like George, however it appears that he has left behind a great legacy. RIP George.

 

Nikki posted on 4/9/18

Two years have passed and I still think about you quite often. Such a beautiful lady since the very first moment I met you always so well-kempt, your hair, make-up, and shoes. Everything about you was always one hundred percent, even your confidence. I will always cherish the stories and life adventures that you openly shared with me. There was one funny story in particular that has always stayed with me. I believe you and your Husband were in Portugal at the time and had requested a hotel receptionist for a wake up call. The following morning a call was received that it was "Fire am! Señora, it's fire am!" Thinking that there was a fire in the hotel, you both startled out of your room down to the receptionist who then informed that it was Five am not fire am. You will always be missed, from your "Daughter" Nikki

 

from your "daughter" Nikki posted on 4/9/18

Two years have passed and I still think about you quite often. Such a beautiful lady since the very first moment I met you always so well-kempt, your hair, make-up, and shoes. Everything about you was always one hundred percent, even your confidence. I will always cherish the stories and life adventures that you openly shared with me. There was one funny story in particular that has always stayed with me. I believe you and your Husband were in Portugal at the time and had requested a hotel receptionist for a wake up call. The following morning a call was received that it was "Fire am! Señora, it's fire am!" Thinking that there was a fire in the hotel, you both startled out of your room down to the receptionist who then informed that it was Five am not fire am. You will always be missed,

 

Betty Swalef posted on 4/9/18

May God give Susan and the family comfort during this time of loss of Pastor Hodges.

 

Jeannette Peters posted on 4/9/18

Mr. Tzavaras was a very kind man and will be deeply missed. There are no words to express how deeply sorry I am over your loss. Mrs. Tzavaras, please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Barbara Keefer posted on 4/9/18

A true man of God. He was a spiritual Father to me. Always encouraging, praying and uplifting me & my family. He will truly be missed. Until we meet again. I love you Pastor. ❤️

 

Peggy DeSimone Andrews posted on 4/9/18

George was always the great guy in high school. A gentleman. So sorry to hear his life was cut short. RIP George

 

Samuel Charllis posted on 4/8/18

Played high school football and graduated in the same class of 1965 at Fort Lee high school. Fond memories of GEORGE.He always did his best no matter if it were scholastically or athletically. My deepest condolences to the family. Samuel Charllis

 

Ed & Deanie Hess posted on 4/8/18

Our love ,and condolences ,to the family of our pastor, Wendall D. Hodges.

 

Robert Quealey posted on 4/8/18

Thank you for your dedication and love of our Lord Jesus Christ may you rest in peace may the Lord bless you Susan we love you Bob ,Linda quealey

 

Butch Atkinson posted on 4/8/18

Just want you to know you are in my thoughts and prayers. I thank the Lord every day for the friendship and love from Big Bill and knowing he's up there putting in a good word for me every day.

 

Lois Long posted on 4/8/18

Remembering the rides we went on together, the trip to Tennessee, and all the great times we shared. How Bill would call Alan every night. Alan loved those calls. Love to all of you

 

Linda Booth posted on 4/8/18

Dear Susan and family. Our thoughts and prayer go out to you during this difficult time. You are like family to us and we love you. The wonderful memories you have will be treasured forever. Kenny is free of pain now and his love for all of you will continue forever. He was a great man and a friend to all. Bill, Linda and the entire Booth Family

 

debbie ackiss posted on 4/8/18

My condolences for Susan and the family. Pastor Hodges was very faithful to coming out to our home to visit my mom and myself while going through medical issues over 10 years ago. I will forever be grateful to his faithfulness to his congregation. His love for God was always visible.

 

Larry Shackelford posted on 4/8/18

Dear Tzavaras family: Sincere sympathy in your loss. George and I worked together on the City Personnel board. His intelligent, detailed, dedicated and valuable contribution will not be replaced. I am still taken by his calling me when he realized that his prognosis was bad ,to apologize for his inability to attend any more hearings. Such was his character. George was a fighter with a kind spirit. He did not go gently into that dark night. He will be missed by many. Try to find solace in having shared the greatness of his life. God Bless you in your time of mourning.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/8/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Dan & Tammy Kilmurray posted on 4/8/18

Dear Susan, We praise and thank God for the privilege to worship with you and Ken and to meet your beautiful loving family when they were able to visit with you. Ken and your dedication and desire to hear God’s Word and fellowship with church family was obvious as you both expressed much love and thankfulness to be there with us. We’re thankful you are in our Life Group family. You and Ken inspired us, with your faith and trust in our Lord, persevering through health challenges with positive and encouraging attitudes. You and Ken endured much; God took Ken Home releasing him from pain and suffering and healing him with eternal life. Ken is celebrating Jesus in all God’s Glory. We miss him but are comforted in knowing we’ll meet again and join him in celebrating Jesus Face-to-Face. We pray for God’s Presence and Comfort to surround you and your family providing His Peace and Healing as you go forward. You all continue to be in our prayers. Please call any time. We love you. In His Love,

 

Mitzi Sanner Tennant posted on 4/8/18

So sorry for your loss prayers for you and your family

 

Audrey Casey- Gigi Schulte"s mother posted on 4/8/18

My Bible Study group will offer prayers for you at this time of grief.

 

Dean and Vickey Rodgers posted on 4/7/18

Dear Sam and John, so very sad to hear about Lil. She was a wonderful person and dear friend. We have fond memories of all of you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. Love Dean and Vickey Rodgers

 

Dean and Vickey Rodgers posted on 4/7/18

Dear Sam and John, so sorry to hear about Lil. She was a great friend and we have many fond memories of all of you. Our prayers are with you at this sad time,

 

Paula and Ernie Seiderman posted on 4/7/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with Susan and family at this time of sadness. We are honored to have had Kenny as our neighbor and friend for many years and will cherish the memories we have visiting with Kenny. All our love. Paula and Ernie

 

Shirley Sanner posted on 4/7/18

I am so sorry for the your loss sending prayers for the family love Aunt Shirley

 

Shirley Sanner posted on 4/7/18

I am so sorry for your loss, prayers all your family love Aunt Shirley

 

Skay posted on 4/7/18

So very sorry for your loss. May Jesus hold you in his arms now and always! Love and Prayers!

 

Kim Blair Moler posted on 4/7/18

So sorry to hear this! Love and Prayers to All!

 

Jonathan harrup posted on 4/7/18

Pastor invested in my life significantly as a child. He was one of those larger than life men that every child needs to inspire and look up to. I loved him and his family!) My heart goes out to them!!!

 

Meredith Ames posted on 4/7/18

It is with deep sorrow that we are saying goodbye to my Uncle Wendy. He has always been so encouraging over the years and would say every time I saw him that he was praying for me. I would always say, thank you, I need it, and he would smile. Wendy was so appreciative over even the littlest things like making him a drink or getting something for him. Wendy has always been and will continue to be a true role model to me of what it means to be a Christian. He was a godly man and walked the path of God with grace. I am fortunate and happy to say that he was part of so many events in my life: my wedding, my children's dedication to God, and numerous family gatherings. I can't imagine the future without him. What brings me and the rest of the family comfort is knowing that he will be watching over us from Heaven, continuing to pray for us. To Sue, Todd, Tiffany, and your families, please know that we will keep you close in prayers and be there for you in any way that you need. We love you so much! Wendy, we will miss you always.

 

ROBERT And SHARON BROWN posted on 4/7/18

Our sincere condolences Elaine. George came in our lives in 1970 while we were both attending MIT. George became a special part of our life, our family and we have tons of wonderful memories. You will be so missed, but those memories will last forever. Sending love and prayers .

 

D. Williams posted on 4/7/18

To the family of Jonny, so for your loss. May the family find comfort in the memories they made with Jonny.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/7/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Hal Cashwell posted on 4/7/18

Susan sorry to hear the news about Ken.Thoughts and Prayers for you

 

Don Meador posted on 4/7/18

The world lost a great man with the passing of George Tzavaras. My deepest sympathies to Elaine and the rest of the family, and to all who mourn this loss at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church. May his memory be eternal. God rest his soul.

 

Jett & Dianne Sanner posted on 4/6/18

Sharon , Weeden & family -- Jett & I are so sorry to hear of your loss.

 

Debi Davidson posted on 4/6/18

Dearest Susan and family Chris and I are so very sorry for your loss, we grieve with you, We also rejoice for and with Ken in the fact that he is with our Lord and Savior and is no longer suffering. What a dear man Ken was, up to the very end he displayed a positive and courageous attitude. Susan we will keep you lifted in prayer and if you need us.. Do not hesitate. We love you. Chris and Debi

 

Bruce & Judy Ailiff posted on 4/6/18

Our hearts go out to the family of Ken Rose, especially his dear wife, Susan. We had the pleasure of visiting with them at their home in Moyock, N.C.during his illness. The entire home is surrounded with memories of their family. Ken was a quiet man gut a very godly man as well. He will be missed by all in the "Berean's Life Group. He is with our Lord & Savior. His life on earth is over but now begins eternity to which there is no end. I'm reminded of the words of Psalm 139:16 - Your eyes saw my substance, being yet unformed. And in Your book they all were written, the days fashioned for me, When as yet there were none of them.

 

 

Nancy Devenny posted on 4/6/18

She was a caring grandmother I know you will all miss her very much

 

Hillery Leonard posted on 4/6/18

I never had the pleasure to meet Ken Sr. But I have known and worked with Ken Jr for close to 10 years and he is a testament to his father and mother and the family he built and raised. I have now doubt what a proud father, husband and grandfather he is. Thoughts and prayers to the Rose family.

 

Vernon Cashwell posted on 4/6/18

We send our sincere condolences to Susan and the entire Rose Family. We both have very fond memories of Ken, memories are personal and can not be changed, but can certainly be cherished for ever. Cherish those memories you have as well. We pray that God will comfort and bless each of you during this sad time. Love, Vernon and Maxine Cashwell

 

Maggie Valenza posted on 4/6/18

It was an honor and a pleasure to meet this special man and his family . God lined up the m and special people to grant a special person have his final wish be grantedPrayers going up for comfort and strength.

 

Pam Cauchon posted on 4/6/18

What a precious man of GOD. I will always remember his laughter. I loved to hear him laugh.

 

Donna and Wayne Wilson posted on 4/6/18

The words that immediately come to us as we think about Ken are, loving, gentle, funny, smart, resilient, and one who fervently loved and trusted his Lord. We loved our visits with Ken and Susan. Their warm home overflows with pictures of their life together; from the time they were dating to the present. Graduations, weddings, children at all ages and the same for the grandchildren. There is no doubt that Ken was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and friend. He never hesitated to speak of his faith, and he lived a life that is one to be admired and emulated. We will miss him so very much, but rejoice that he is in his eternal home where he has met his Ceator, and will be waiting to greet his sweet Susan. Dear Susan and family, we are here to surround you with love and support. To listen to your stories and share your memories. God's love and ours to you all. Donna and Wayne

 

Tami Lewis posted on 4/6/18

Kenny was a good man. So grateful for the opportunities we had to spend time with both of you. He was a special man who will be missed. Susan, we love you and the children. You all are in our prayers.

 

Robert fentress posted on 4/6/18

Cathy and family so sorry for your lost of Jonny he was a wonderful person and be missed by me we had some good times Jonny would always have that smile no matter what. He was my best friend

 

Tammy Blakely posted on 4/6/18

My Dear Cathy, My thoughts and prayers are with you and the whole family at this sad time. I share your sorrow and my heart is broken for you. Jonny was a sweet, quiet and humble young man. Rest assured..... Jonny and Harry are rejoicing in the presence of the Lord.

 

George Poulos posted on 4/6/18

A great man will be missed by everyone. May his memory be eternal.

 

SO posted on 4/6/18

My condolences to the family. It pains our heart when a love one dies, because the bible calls death an enemy. (1 Corinthians 15:26) But we can take comfort in knowing that God promise that this enemy death will be brought to nothing, and those who are sleeping in death will be resurrected to life here on a paradise earth. (Isaiah 26:19 & Revelation 21:4)

 

SO posted on 4/6/18

My condolences to the family. Losing a love one to death is hard to cope with, because it was not God's purpose for us to grow old, get sick, and die. (Romans 5:12) But God has promise that sickness and death will be gone forever, and those who have fallen asleep in death will be resurrected to life here on a paradise earth. (Isaiah 33:24 ; Isaiah 26:19 & Revelation 21:4)

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/6/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Kim Cameron Aldrich posted on 4/6/18

I'm so sorry for your loss. I knew Johnny when we were kids, hanging out at the corner on Bellamy Manor. He was such a sweet kid and his smile was so beautiful. Sending prayers of strength, love and peace.

 

Carol Kinsey posted on 4/6/18

My prayers surround your family.

 

Gene Puckett posted on 4/6/18

So sad to hear of this. Johnny always had such a kind spirit and I am sure that he and my brother Tim are enjoying their reunion right now. My deepest sympathy for and prayers for Cathy, and the entire extended family. Peace be with you all.

 

 

Barbara Haywood posted on 4/5/18

So sorry for the loss of another love one. Prayers to you all. She will be missed, but not forgotten.

 

Virginia Allen Thorpe posted on 4/5/18

Dear Susan, sending my sincere sympathy for all during this very sad time. God Bless

 

Leigh Anne Bell posted on 4/5/18

Thinking of you in time of your loss.

 

Leigh Anne Bell posted on 4/5/18

Sorry for your loss. We are thinking about you.

 

Steve and Marilyn Jobe posted on 4/5/18

Dear Matt and Kim, We are sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with your family. Much love in Christ Jesus. Steve and Marilyn Jobe

 

Patrick Callan posted on 4/5/18

From: Sirach 6:14-17 "A faithful friend is a sturdy shelter; he who finds one finds a treasure." George (TZ) was a USNA classmate, and will always be my friend. My prayers continue for Elaine, and George's entire family.

 

Phyllis Battis DiTommaso posted on 4/5/18

Although I will miss George and am saddened by his passing, I know God was happy to receive this intelligent and compassionate man into His Kingdom. George will be looking down on us from his special place in Heaven. Eternal be his memory.

 

Marcella Williams posted on 4/5/18

My prayers and those of my family are with you all during this difficult time.

 

Craig Vines posted on 4/5/18

She was always kind to me.She just loved to chatter away with me.The world is less of a place now. So sad.

 

Tony & Shelly Shakur posted on 4/5/18

Our condolences to you and your family; may your Mom soul Rest In Peace.

 

Eric (Rick) Hyman posted on 4/5/18

Every extended family is lucky to have one or two people who go above and beyond to do things to keep people connected, over time, distance, generations... Uncle Stuart was one of those people in our family. He's our mom's big brother and a wonderful one at that. Despite many of us being all over the country, he made a tremendous effort to keep in touch and I'm grateful for that. We didn't talk by phone very often (mostly email in later years) but when we did, I always felt like we were continuing a conversation from the day before. He just had a way about him... As my brother Jeff said, they don't make them like him anymore.

 

Lorena Welch posted on 4/5/18

Pastor was the best encourager! He was also very firm. He loved even when he was disappointed, he gave wisely. He would call us through the years to make sure “you kids were alright”. Never closed a conversation without praying first and always a reminder of how much we were loved by Jesus and he and Susan. Susan you all sure have a reason to celebrate the life he lived. He would say that, “It’s a celebration!” Because another was with Jesus. Love to all of you.

 

Randy & Carol Travis posted on 4/5/18

Cathy, we are so sorry for your loss. Jonny was one of a kind. His smile was infectious and his heart could not have been bigger. May you rest in peace my friend.

 

Kim Moity, RN posted on 4/5/18

I had the pleasure of taking care of Mr. Blair during one of his hospitalizations at SPAH. My heart goes out to his family and friends.

 

SONNY TUDOR posted on 4/5/18

THIS WAS A TOTAL SURPRISE AS I VISITED THE CHURCH 2 WEEKS AGO. MAY GOD'S GRACE BE ON THE CONGREGATION AND WENDY'S FAMILY AS THEY GO THROUGH THIS TRYING TIME.

 

Gayna DiAntonio posted on 4/5/18

I am so deeply sorry for the loss of Jonny. He was one of the kindest, gentlest people I have ever had the privilege to know. I cannot imagine a world without his light. No matter what kind of day I was having, his smile and sweet, genuine demeanor always brightened my day. He was definitely one in a million. Cathy, please let me know if there is anything I can do for any of you. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

 

David and Miriam Beasley posted on 4/5/18

Deepest sympathy to Susan and the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you today.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/5/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Cheryl Turnbull posted on 4/5/18

I was saddened to her of Wendy’s passing. He was always an encouragement to me and Stan. Susan you’re in my prayers. Love you

 

Edmundo & Rosalyn Cudal posted on 4/5/18

We want to express our sympathy and let you know that our thoughts are with you. You and your family are in our prayers. Pastor Hodges u r the best always trying to help others. Thank you for ur prayers. You will be miss.

 

Denny Hollowell posted on 4/5/18

Susan, Todd and Family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. This world was a better place because of the salt and light influence of Wendy. God bless you all with the peace of Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace, His wisdom, comfort and strength at this time and always.

 

Jerry Grose posted on 4/4/18

Our deepest condolences to the Hodges family, and OVAG for the loss of a true man of god. Pastor Hodges is largely responsible for providing a means for my enlistment and military service, which paved the way for the rest of my career. I have many fond memories of him, the church, Royal Rangers, building demolitions, trips to fishnet, etc. He will be missed!

 

Ty Welch posted on 4/4/18

He loved well and enthusiastically. He was a great man of God.

 

LINDA and RONALD BUBLICK posted on 4/4/18

Stuart was such a kind and gentle man---we visited with his sister, Joyce and shared homemade cookies I brought---he always had a good story and a good laugh! Our prayers to the entire family, Lucille and children. Linda and Ronald Bublick

 

Sharon Smith (Bostic) posted on 4/4/18

I attended OVAG for 9 years back in the 80s and early 90s. Pastor Hodges and Sister Susan was my life line. They helped me thru so many things in my life. I just loved them both so much. They were there for all the military families. I just can't put it into words what they meant to me and my kids. He will be so missed... Much prayers for Susan, Todd & Family, Tiff and Family. Know your in our thoughts and prayers.

 

The Pisfil Family posted on 4/4/18

Our deepest sympathies go out to Sue and the whole family in this time of hardship, and may God give you the peace you seek. We will pray for him as he prayed for all of us.

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 4/4/18

My deepest and most heartfelt condolences to the family of Pastor Hodges. His work here on earth has been completed and you can rest knowing that he is now in the presence of his Heavenly Father. I'm here for you if you need anything.

 

Louis and Suzie Parsons posted on 4/4/18

Laurie, Suzie and I are so sorry to hear about your dad. If there is anything we can do, please let us know. Our prayers are with you and your family.

 

Y. McBeath posted on 4/4/18

My sincere condolences on your loss. May you find some comfort from the words of Revelation 21:4. Soon our enemy death will be done away with.

 

Paul Ehlenfeldt posted on 4/4/18

An amazing sister who had such an impact on the lives of many... my heart goes out especially for the kids who I love dearly

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/4/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

BARBARA VISCARDI posted on 4/4/18

Not many people were aware that Robert and I dated for nearly a year. We didn’t want anyone to know our personal business so we talked about it and just decided to keep it to ourselves. I’d like like to say a few things about Robert that I came to know and loved about him...He was the best man I’d ever dated. That is for sure. No one was closer. He was a real gentleman and a wonderful best friend and old fashioned gentleman and we took good care of each other. We talked every day or most days on the phone and when we were coworkers Robert would make it a point to come see me in my office and tell me “he had to come and say hello to the prettiest girl in Ops or Rental Lease” (whichever dept. I was in at the time). We would talk about 15 min then he’d go to work and I’d do the same. We had a “Love and understanding” for each other that surpassed many other relationships and he was very good to me and we’d made many plans for our future to do things we both liked. Robert was a very hard worker who never complained about anything he was told to do. He’d tell me about his grandsons and daughter Lisa and how very proud of them he was. I know my ❤️ heart was torn apart when Robert’s son told me he’d passed away. I cried my heart out for days and still do. I miss you so much Robert and I will never ever forget the gentleman you were! REST IN PEACE you’re where you deserved to be. God did didn’t hesitate to open the Pearly Gates to you, Robert. With all my heartfelt love and tremendous respect, Barbara Viscardi xoxo My deepest sympathies to his family.

 

 

Melinda Buckham posted on 4/4/18

What an amazing woman. So glad I got to know her. Always had a smile on her face and did for others without hesitation. You will truly be missed by all. I will remember you as a beautiful butterfly fluttering by. Until we meet again.

 

Lori Shumate posted on 4/3/18

I will so miss my buddy Stuart. We worked together for many years and we still kept in touch by email for the past 7 years. Stuart guided me and my husband during the construction of our new home two years ago. If it wasn't for Stuart, we would have a crooked house as he instructed us to have the framers redo some framing. I would send him photos weekly and he would let us know how things were looking. Thanks buddy for all of your help. I will miss you forever and also miss your wit and friendship. My deepest condolences to his family. Lori Shumate

 

Scott Montefusco posted on 4/3/18

No words can express my genuine love for my buddy Stu. The kindest man, a natural humorist and man of many talents including to be the finest construction critic known to man. If it had not been for Stu's education, keen business savvy and willingness to take my father "Bob Monte" under his wing in the early 1960's Haypath Estates would never have been built. I was born and raised in Setauket NY in the home built by Stu and Bob at Haypath Estates. For my entire life prior to meeting Stu, I was raised on all the stories of Stu Penner, my Dad's partner 1960-1964. Much of my Dad's success was a result of Stu's partnership, my father's spoken words. It was not for 50 years in the future and sadly 10 years after both my parents passing that Stu and I would meet again. We instantly bonded and shared our lives for the past five years. My life with my Dad is now complete after finally meeting Stu. My Dad would have been proud of all the stories and times we shared about the two of them in their youth and also for me carrying on with Dad's partner Stu. There is no finer example of a man, a husband, father, brother, grandfather, great grandfather, friend and patriot who served our nation in time of war during WW2. I'm a better person for having known Stuart E. Penner. My deepest sympathy for Lu and the entire family. Stu did so much with his life and he was proudest of all of you. Away but never forgotten my friend well done. Semper Fidelis, Love BSS "Bob's son Scott. Scott and Elizabeth Montefusco

 

Jack Hyman posted on 4/3/18

Stu and I would talk all the time about school, hockey, working out, girls and everything in between. I'm going to miss those moments. He was a great man and will be deeply missed by all who knew him.

 

Jeffrey Hyman posted on 4/3/18

Stu was a great guy, admired and respected by all. He was the rock of our family, and will be missed forever. They do not make them like him anymore!

 

Lee Mitchell posted on 4/3/18

Uncle Stuart will be greatly missed by my family. He was a role model for me growing up, and eventually I became his business partner for 12 years in a construction management company. He taught me everything I know about construction, but not everything he knew, because I could not have absorbed all his knowledge. When my younger son, told his 4 year old son about Stuart, his reply was that "Stuart had a good heart." Out of the mouth of babes, that really says it all. I will be speaking at the Memorial Service on April 14, 2018 and will be recounting my many memories of Stuart.

 

PATRICIA HAMBURGER posted on 4/3/18

I SHALL MISS MY KIND .CARING/ AND LOVING BROTHER...WE HAD MANY HAPPY DAYS GROWING UP IN LAWRENCE..PLAYING WITH HIS DOG SNIFFY. GOING TO THE BEACH AND HAVING FUN AND LAUGHS..I WILL MISS OUR MANY PHONE CALLS AND HEARING HIS VOICE... ...

 

 

Cynthia Coyle posted on 4/3/18

I grew up with Tracy at Tabb Church of God. Tracy had a amazing smile and akind heart. I am so sad that she left us but it was Tracy time to be called home. Tracy is another Angel watching over her family and friends. R.I.P. Tracy.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/3/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Charlie Gili posted on 4/3/18

Hello, We would like to express our deepest condolences and also let the Johnson Family know that we have made a small donation to Camp Wapiyapi to honor and remember James Brice Johnson Lt. Commander US Navy. We recognize that this is a humble tribute, but we wanted you to know that it is heartfelt and made possible by thousands of like-minded individuals across the American youth hockey community and beyond. We will not forget. May God Bless you and keep you safe and strong. Sincerely, Charlie Gili & Family On Behalf of our US Hockey Players Support Our Troops Campaign

 

 

John & Tina Nealis posted on 4/2/18

Mamaw & Papaw's little slugger is with his big brother and nana, we are blessed to have such beautiful angels watching out for us in heaven

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/2/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 4/1/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Jean Holloman posted on 3/31/18

May the God of ALL comfort strengthen and comfort the family of little Haygan. during this most difficult time of sorrow and in the many days to come. May the following scriptures provide you all comfort and peace. 2 Corinthians 1:2-4 Revelation 21:3,4 with sympathy,

 

jeannie weissman posted on 3/31/18

God Bless you and Chris.. Love Jeannie

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 3/31/18

With heartfelt condolences to Ms. Arlene, Ms. Robin and Ms. Sheila. Ms. Annette is never far away, for she is in your hearts.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/31/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Pam Geiss posted on 3/30/18

So, so sorry. Prayers for all of you.

 

Gloria Harper Williams posted on 3/30/18

❤️ for Dru & her Family

 

Arlene Hughes posted on 3/30/18

MAY GOD BLESS THIS FAMILY WITH COMFORT AT THIS TIME. MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS GO OUT TO YOU AND YOU'RE FAMILY. SINCERELY, ARLENE HUGHES

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/30/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

 

Rhonda Thompson-Stacy posted on 3/30/18

I remember my brother as a wonderful guy who had a great sense of humor and he loved his family. RIP Big Brother!

 

 

Rhonda Thompson-Stacy posted on 3/30/18

I remember my brother was a wonderful guy who had a good sense of humor and loved his family. RIP Big brother!

 

 

Arlene Hughes posted on 3/29/18

IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY BABY SISTER ANNETTE

 

 

Arlene Hughes posted on 3/29/18

In Loving Memory of my Beautiful Baby sister, Annette. You are resting in eternal peace now.I remember us growing up together playing and enjoying the great outdoors and having fun on the farm we grew up on. You were always the little shy one. Drawing and painting were one of your favorite passions.You had such a gift like Mom and our sister Linda.You left us to soon. I will always remember you when I look at sun,the moon and stars and the beautiful sister you were,.There is no better friend 'than a sister who you will always hold close to your heart and forever keep her in your memories.God has a plan for all of us.GOD BLESS MY BABY SISTER. LOVE ALWAYS AND FOREVER YOUR SISTER ARLENE.

 

Brenda Rowe posted on 3/29/18

My thoughts and prayers are with the Adair family. And most of all my heartfelt prayers go out to her very dear friend Debbie that truly loved Tracy and gave her unconditional love over the years even when others did not. I loved Tracy and know what a truly kind and caring person she really was. I am blessed with wonderful memories of my dear friend Tracy. May she rest in peace!

 

 

MaryBeth Tolbert posted on 3/28/18

You will be missed.

 

Tonya King posted on 3/28/18

I'm so sorry for your lost I know the pain of losing a love one in death may the God of peace give your family strength at this time John 5:28;29

 

Tonya King posted on 3/28/18

I'm so sorry for your lost I know the pain of losing a love one in death may the God of peace give your family strength at this time John 5:28;29 JW.ORG

 

Marcella Williams posted on 3/28/18

Praying for the family at this difficult time.

 

Kay Hathaway Carpineti posted on 3/28/18

My fondest memories of Dru was when they lived in Georgetown. My Mother and I would visit and her and Denise would bring me up to their room (which was over the garage and I thought that was so cool) and play with me while the parents visited. They made me feel loved and welcomed even though I was younger than they were. I always looked forward to visiting them! And of course, we shared the same notorious red hair which was a connection in itself. What a truly honorable obituary I have just read. I am sad for your loss and the loss of another person connected to my Mother. My sympathy to all of you.

 

Rosalyn Pugh posted on 3/28/18

Dru was an Angel who always had love, joy and hope for all. A huge smile that would light up a room. I will have nothing but happy memories and will smile when I think of the many times you called me Dauntie. Thank you my loving niece.Rest in peace.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/28/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/28/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Connie Summers Viers posted on 3/28/18

I went through high school with Dru and she was one of the sweetest, most genuine people I've known. As often happens, we didn't see each other again for a while , until at a wedding. It was as though we had just seen each other the day before. Please know your family and friends are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Kandace West posted on 3/28/18

I have never forgotten the kindness of Dru when I was a little girl. I remember she and Denise at my birthday parties, in my grandparents pool, and just taking time to make me feel special. I still have pictures of us all dressed up for Easter. I’m not surprised that she became a great teacher. My she rest in peace with Aunt Shan and Uncle Spare.

 

Brad Liverman posted on 3/28/18

Girls your mom was very proud of you both, and talked about you all the time. And the grand kids. I will miss her terribly. Please let me know if you need anything at all

 

Brad Liverman posted on 3/28/18

Jennifer and Stephanie, your mom was a wonderful woman and thougbt and talked about you all the time (along with the grandkids) she was very proud of all of you all. I will miss her terribly. I pray for your family always. Let me know if you need anything

 

Kayla posted on 3/28/18

I am so sorry for the loss of your dear loved one. There is a very comforting scripture found at Isaiah 25:8. It says that soon Jehovah will swallow up death forever and that he will wipe away all of the tears. So we can look forward to a time when death will be done away with forever. I hope that this scripture can bring some comfort during this time.

 

Kayla posted on 3/27/18

I am so sorry for the loss of your dear loved one. There is a very comforting scripture found at Isaiah 25:8. It says that soon Jehovah will swallow up death forever and that he will wipe away all of the tears. So we can look forward to a time when death will be done away with forever. I hope that this scripture can bring some comfort during this time.

 

Trw posted on 3/27/18

Dear Adair Family: Please accept my sincere apologies for your loss. I find the bible to be a source of encouragement. At Acts 24:15, Our heavenly Father promise's us that there will be a resurrection of our loved ones. But until that time he provides us the strength and comfort that we need to endure. Philippians 4:6,7 tells us that God will give you peace and he will guard your hearts and minds during this difficult time. Again, I am sorry for your loss

 

Trw posted on 3/27/18

Dear Adair Family: Please accept my sincere apologies for your loss. I find the bible to be a source of encouragement. At Acts 24:15, Our heavenly Father promise's us that there will be a resurrection of our loved ones. But until that time he provides us the strength and comfort that we need to endure. Philippians 4:6,7 tells us that God will give you peace and he will guard your hearts and minds during this difficult time. Again, I am sorry for your loss.

 

CH posted on 3/27/18

Sincere sympathy goes to you and your family doing this difficult time. May you find comfort in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8

 

The Duncan's posted on 3/25/18

With Heartfelt Sympathy to the Johnson Family, May you rely on the God of all comfort to help you to endure the days ahead. "God is our refuge and strength " (Psalms 46:1)

 

[email protected] posted on 3/25/18

To the family and friends of Louis Colinsky, I would like to express my deepest and heartfelt condolences. I am truly sorry for the lost that your family is feeling. When ever we lose such a caring and loving person, it is the hardest thing that any of us can go thru. And because of that my thoughts and prayers are with your family. During this extremely difficult time, please turn to God for comfort and support. He promise to give your family the strength needed in order to endure this great lost. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) Something else that can bring your family comfort is cherishing the wonderful memories that you have of Mrs. Louis. These precious memories will console the family in the day's ahead.

 

LaToya Johnson posted on 3/25/18

To the family and friends of Jessie Crisp, I would like to express my deepest and heartfelt condolences. I am truly sorry for the lost that your family is feeling. Experiencing the lost of a beloved family is one of the hardest thing that any of us can go thru. And because of that my thoughts and prayers are with your family. During this extremely difficult time, please turn to God for comfort and support. He promise to give your family the strength needed in order to endure this great lost. ( 2 Corinthians 1:3,4) Something else that can bring your family comfort is cherishing the wonderful memories that you have of Mr. Jessie. These precious memories will console the family in the day's ahead.

 

LaToya Johnson posted on 3/25/18

I would like to express my deepest and heartfelt condolences to the family of Carl Matthews. I am truly sorry for the lost that your family is feeling. Experiencing the lost of a beloved family member is one of the hardest thing that any of us can go thru. And because of that my thoughts and prayers are with your family. Take comfort in knowing that God never intent for us to deal with sickness or death. But have assurance in this wonderful promise that God holds out to us. He promise each of us that very soon, he is going to reunite us back with all those loved ones that we have lost. (John 5:28,29) Until that time, cherish all the wonderful memories that you have of Mr. Carl. These precious memories will console the family in the day's ahead.

 

Doug Engle posted on 3/25/18

Dear Kathy,Wade

 

Vernell Batts posted on 3/24/18

I am so sorry for the loss of your love one. Death is always hard because Jehovah God never intended it to be . We can be thankful that he has provided a way for us to see our love ones again. John 5:28,29 tells of the resurrection we can look forward to that time, also Revelation says there will be no more death. I hope these words will be of comfort to you at this time. 2 Corinthians 1:2,3. the God of all comfort will comfort you.

 

Marie La Vasque posted on 3/24/18

Deepest condolences. Danny was such a kind soul. I have so many happy memories of him from our days in Japan. Even though I had not seen him for years, I could tell from his Facebook posts he was the same kind hearted, positive, happy person from our youth. He will be deeply missed. My heart goes out to you all. His loss will leave an absence that will never be filled.

 

Roxana Alexander posted on 3/24/18

I have known Daniel for along time from the restaurant business. He has always been such a funny and great guy to be around.He had such a big heart .He was the only server we had to wait on us at Carabbas .You will be extremely missed Daniel

 

Joe Wilkes Jr. posted on 3/24/18

The loss of a loved one is truly difficult no matter how many times you’ve experienced it. I offer my sincere condolences. May the G of all comfort as He’s described at 2 Corinthians 1:3,4 provideJ you with comfort during this most difficult time.

 

Julie Montague Moore posted on 3/24/18

I had the pleasure to meet Drama through his friendship with my son Chris “U-Turn” Montague. He was someone that stuck in your mind, not because he made you feel angry or sad but necause he was just so darn witty. The world is. Lesser 0lace because of Brice’s passing. He will not be forgotten.

 

Gwen & Steve Kuhn posted on 3/24/18

Oh dear Kath and Wade, Kallyn and Mary - We are so very sorry for your loss. We can't begin to know the depths of your grief. Snce first learning of the accident, we have kept your family in our constant thoughts and prayers. May you be comforted personally and well supported, especially professionally. May you be surrounded with a blanket of loving-kindness and mercy whenever the waves of grief crash in. May you be given strength when you feel weak. You are not alone. Thankfully, God knows well the pain you feel as He too has a Son who served and sacrificed all. May He closely walk this road of grief with you, one day after another!

 

DEMETRIUS Dotson posted on 3/23/18

I worked closely with Al on many mission projects for a number of years; indeed a sincere pleasure go beyond work and dialogue as men. I’ll miss you, my friend.

 

Litman Family posted on 3/23/18

Kay, Jenny and Tracy, we are so sorry for your loss of Heather. We still think of her teasing with Jimmie and David, and loved you all as our friends and neighbors. God bless.

 

Nick & Candice posted on 3/23/18

Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.

 

E.J. Vaughan posted on 3/23/18

Worked with Al many years during civil service time at AMIC. Sincere condolences to family and friends.

 

Steve & Patty Gillette posted on 3/23/18

Wade and Kathy, We are holding you close in our thought and prayers.

 

Paul and Peggy Martinez posted on 3/23/18

Deepest sympathies for your family. We had the privilege of meeting Brice and Mash in November at Notre Dame and he was a fine young man. Prayers for the family during this most difficult time.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/23/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

 

Catherine Artis posted on 3/23/18

Al was a true friend. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/23/18

Sorry For Your loss!

 

Terry and Cheri Cox, Enid OK posted on 3/22/18

Wade and Kathy, words are so inadequate to express our sorrow upon learning of Brice’s death. You will be in our thoughts and prayers as you, Kallyn and Mary Asher continue without him. May God grant you abundant peace, wisdom and mercy. Brice is at eternal rest and has “......touched the face of God.”

 

 

Barbara Walthall posted on 3/22/18

Loved and missed dearly.

 

Trw posted on 3/22/18

Dear Sanders Family: Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. I know that this is a difficult time for the family. I find the sriptures to be of some comfort in a time like this. Acts 24:15 promises us that there will be a time when our loved ones will be resurrected. Think of that, a time when Ms.Sanders will live again. Of course that is in the future. So you may ask: What can I do to cope until that time? The bible answers that too. At Philippians 4:6,7 it says: Do not be anxious over anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication along with thanksgiving, let your petitions be made known to God; 7 and the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and your mental powers by means of Christ Jesus. I hope these verses give you some comfort and peace.

 

Trw posted on 3/22/18

Dear Goodson Family: Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. I know that this is a difficult time for the family. I find the sriptures to be of some comfort in a time like this. Acts 24:15 promises us that there will be a time when our loved ones will be resurrected. Think of that, a time when Mr. Goodson will live again. Of course that is in the future. So you may ask: What can I do to cope until that time? The bible answers that too. At Philippians 4:6,7 it says: Do not be anxious over anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication along with thanksgiving, let your petitions be made known to God; 7 and the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and your mental powers by means of Christ Jesus. I hope these verses give you some comfort and peace.

 

Ed Nicholas posted on 3/22/18

Our deepest sympathy for Mary Asher and her parents. Brice served his county well and was a loving faithful husband to Mash.

 

Trw posted on 3/22/18

Dear Campfield Family: Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. I know that this is a difficult time for the family. I find the sriptures to be of some comfort in a time like this. Acts 24:15 promises us that there will be a time when our loved ones will be resurrected. Think of that, a time when Mr. Campfield will live again. Of course that is in the future. So you may ask: What can I do to cope until that time? The bible answers that too. At Philippians 4:6,7 it says: Do not be anxious over anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication along with thanksgiving, let your petitions be made known to God; 7 and the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and your mental powers by means of Christ Jesus. I hope these verses give you some comfort and peace.

 

Trw posted on 3/22/18

Dear Glass Family: Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. I know that this is a difficult time for the family. I find the sriptures to be of some comfort in a time like this. Acts 24:15 promises us that there will be a time when our loved ones will be resurrected. Think of that, a time when Ms. Glass will live again. Of course that is in the future. So you may ask: What can I do to cope until that time? The bible answers that too. At Philippians 4:6,7 it says: Do not be anxious over anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication along with thanksgiving, let your petitions be made known to God; 7 and the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and your mental powers by means of Christ Jesus. I hope these verses give you some comfort and peace.

 

Trw posted on 3/22/18

Dear Matthews Family: Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. I know that this is a difficult time for the family. I find the sriptures to be of some comfort in a time like this. Acts 24:15 promises us that there will be a time when our loved ones will be resurrected. Think of that, a time when Mr. Matthews will live again and Ms. Frances can see him again. Of course that is in the future. So you may ask: What can I do to cope until that time? The bible answers that too. At Philippians 4:6,7 it says: Do not be anxious over anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication along with thanksgiving, let your petitions be made known to God; 7 and the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and your mental powers by means of Christ Jesus. I hope these verses give you some comfort and peace.

 

Trw posted on 3/22/18

Dear Johnson Family: Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. I know that this is an even more difficult time for the family since Mr. Johnson's passing was unexpected. I find the sriptures to be of some comfort in a time like this. Acts 24:15 promises us that there will be a time when our loved ones will be resurrected. Think of that, a time when Mr. Johnson will live again. Of course that is in the future. So you may ask: What can I do to cope until that time? The bible answers that too. At Philippians 4:6,7 it says: Do not be anxious over anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication along with thanksgiving, let your petitions be made known to God; 7 and the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and your mental powers by means of Christ Jesus. I hope these verses give you some comfort and peace.

 

Trw posted on 3/22/18

Dear Crisp Family: Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. I know that this is an even more difficult time for the family since Mr. Crisp's passing was unexpected. I find the sriptures to be of some comfort in a time like this. Acts 24:15 promises us that there will be a time when our loved ones will be resurrected. Think of that, a time when Mr. Crisp will live again. Of course that is in the future. So you may ask: What can I do to cope until that time? The bible answers that too. At Philippians 4:6,7 it says: Do not be anxious over anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication along with thanksgiving, let your petitions be made known to God; 7 and the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and your mental powers by means of Christ Jesus. I hope these verses give you some comfort and peace.

 

Trw posted on 3/22/18

Dear Colinsky Family: Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. I know that this is a difficult time for the family. I find that the scriptures are especially comforting in a time like this. Acts 24:15 promises that there will be a resurrection of our loved ones. Just think, there is really gonna be a time when we will see our loved ones again. Of course that is in the future. So many wonder what will help me to cope with such a tragedy until that time. Well, Philippians 4:6,7 tells us: Do not be anxious over anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication along with thanksgiving, let your petitions be made known to God; 7 and the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and your mental powers by means of Christ Jesus. I hope these bible verses help you to find comfort and peace.

 

Angie Todd posted on 3/22/18

To Nick, Lily, Ms. Kay, Tracy, Jennifer and all of those who knew and loved Ms. Heather, please accept my heartfelt condolences.

 

Cush Dobbs posted on 3/22/18

Jessie built and installed the cabinets in my home nearly 40 yrs ago. They are still servicing our family well. Jessie and his cabinet company did many jobs for our construction company. Jessie will always be remembered by me as an a one of a kind, outstanding man.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/22/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Cheryl Lawrence posted on 3/21/18

Our words fall short but please know that my family and I are keeping you and your family in our hearts, thoughts and prayers. Brice will never be forgotten.

 

Rick Trimper PGR Oregon posted on 3/21/18

Mr. Crisp, thank you for being one of The greatest generation that has graced our country.

 

Norman Soroko posted on 3/21/18

Daniel was my favorite server at Carabbas and he was always so attentive, kind and professional. I got to know when I accidentally left my credit card there and he saved it and called me the next day to come and get it. He was so kind, and would not even take a tip for doing that. From that moment on, he was the only one I asked for. Rest in Peace my dear friend and i am so sad to learn you left this world way too early.

 

Bill posted on 3/21/18

May the words at 1 Corinthians 15:26 be of comfort to the friends and family of Jesse, where it says "the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing."

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/21/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Russ Kricket Hampton posted on 3/21/18

Jessie and I had many adventures together back in the 1970s and early eighties we bass fished together set nets trapped snapping turtles he taught me to waterski.This was a great time for me he was trying to get in shape excercise and eat right I would eat vegetables with him and his mom . He was 50 ish at the time and I would drive his boat so he could ski great workout he said I could go on and on he was great friend to me he will be missed . I will be praying.

 

Sandy Stallings posted on 3/20/18

I just wanted all of the Matthews to know i am thinking of you so much at this very sad time, this ending of your husband, father, and grandfather. My heart goes out to each and everyone of you at this time of great loss. Sandy

 

Stephen Decker posted on 3/20/18

My most sincere and heartfelt condolences to the family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. He was a very kind and loving man. Al and I worked with each other in AMIC since 2002. We had many laughs. Godspeed my friend.

 

Mark Dozier posted on 3/20/18

To the family and friends of Al. Earth has no sorrow that heaven can’t heal. Al was a good man and he will forever remain on our hearts. He represented God, family, and country well and I am glad he passed by this way for just a little while!

 

Ron Nesbitt posted on 3/20/18

Our sincerest condolences to the Mathews family. RIP Shipmate. Wishing you Fair Winds and Following Seas..

 

Beverly & Nicole Jacovitch posted on 3/20/18

Carl, you and your family are in our hearts and prayers. May God give you the comfort and His peace during this time of loss...we are only a phone call away if you need anything.

 

Leigh Wool posted on 3/20/18

Words can't express how saddened I was to hear of Mr. Harvey's passing. Mr. Harvey and I worked together at the NAVFAC Norforlk Transportation office. He was the sweetest, and most hardworking man. Always had a story to tell and willing to help if he could. Every time I would visit him in the hospital he would have stories of how well his grandson's were doing. He was so proud of them and their accomplishments. He will be missed.

 

Frank and Diane Cavallo posted on 3/20/18

You were the best Uncle anyone could have ask for. I will always remember the great times we had as a whole family. God bless.

 

Sherman and Latisha Falana posted on 3/20/18

We work with Alon active duty and as civil servants. He was always Pleasant to be around and always smiling. Our condolences to the family may God's peace be with you.

 

Pat and Don Neaves posted on 3/20/18

A patriarch of a wonderful family who now rests.

 

Trish and Roger posted on 3/19/18

Dad, You always provided for your family and loved us unconditionally. We love you and hope you are at peace. Miss you....

 

Doirs Matthews Locke posted on 3/19/18

So lucky to have had you as my father all those years. I will love you always. Rest in peace.

 

John L. Heiser posted on 3/19/18

I worked with Al for several years. A great guy who served his country in the military and civil service. He enjoyed helping people. My sincere condolences to his family and friends.

 

JJ and Billi Parus posted on 3/19/18

Daniel became "our server" and family member decades ago when we first met at Pasta e Pani. We've followed him to every subsequent restaurant, and he has always been special to us. Never so busy that he couldn't chat for a bit to catch up on things. Never so troubled that he didn't have a smile for everyone, no matter what personal load he was carrying. Our hearts are still heavy, but Billi and I will always remember him by his warm smile and welcoming heart.

 

Armand Bob biron posted on 3/18/18

We met at GSH and worked in real estate. She is missed a lot

 

 

Valerie (Bryant ) McKibben posted on 3/18/18

A childhood friend. Kind and caring. My condolences to his family.

 

 

Valerie (Bryant ) McKibben posted on 3/18/18

A childhood friend. Kind and caring. My condolences to his family.

 

Dana Simmons posted on 3/18/18

My condolences to the family of Mr. Harvey. I met Mr. Harvey 15 yrs ago at Naval Station Norfolk. We worked together everyday as Equipment Operators for the transportation dept of NAVFAC Command. I truly enjoyed working with him. He became a good friend and we continued our friendship after his retirement in 2014. We spoke on the phone weekly. He will truly be missed. GOD BLESS YOU MY FRIEND. DANA SIMMONS CONSOLIDATED HIRAM GRAND LODGE PAST GRAND MASTER

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/18/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Drema Hess posted on 3/18/18

My heartfelt condolences to the family of Bobby Harvey. We grew up in the small town of Jodie, WV. where everybody knows everybody. I am sad to hear of his passing.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/17/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Sarah Ford (Quinton) posted on 3/17/18

I am so sorry for your loss. I remember her beautiful voice from the time I was growing up and attending Ascension. Such a beautiful person.

 

The Damaso Family posted on 3/16/18

To the Campos family - We are so sorry to hear of his passing and wish all of you comfort & strength during this difficult time. May his soul rest in eternal peace. Expressing our deepest condolences, Temes, Lorenza, Delmar, and Ruth & Sean

 

Cindy Miller posted on 3/16/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Please know I am thinking of your family often and pray you find comfort in the memories and beautiful times you shared.

 

Mark Ballance posted on 3/16/18

Bob and family,So sorry for your loss,God bless you

 

Patti Hamlin posted on 3/16/18

So many good times, so many memories.......you will be missed, my sweet friend. P

 

Laura Lewis Ennis posted on 3/16/18

I love you so much Mom. I will do my best to take care of Dad. He loves and misses you sooooo very much. I wish we had another Mommy /daughter day together and snuggle time. Thank you for being so good to me and always being such a good Mom. I hate goodbyes and will always love you and have you in me. No words can explain how much o love you. ❤️

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/16/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

L. Fabian posted on 3/16/18

Thank you Marvill for sharing you experience, strength and hope with me and so many others. You were a great inspiration to me and I will always remember you!

 

Desiree T Hargroder posted on 3/16/18

When she and aunt Jodi took a day drive to eat lunch and spend a special time with me due to my health. I miss you mom you will always be a treasured memory ❤️

 

Amy Calhoun posted on 3/16/18

Joseph is my sons grandfather who now lives in Minnesota. I wish he got to know him like I did. He was a sweet loving father who loved his family so much. He always wanted company over but call first. He will be missed and I send my love to the Campos family.

 

Chuck Fentress posted on 3/15/18

Thanks for being a friend and sharing your gift with everyone

 

Brian Retchless posted on 3/15/18

So sorry for your loss, I’m sending all of my love!

 

Nelson M Fuentes posted on 3/15/18

Back in 1986 in a small meeting room for the sick and suffering, I met Marvill. We did not bound very well but we respected each other and our mutual desire to be better men. He showed me that we could disagree and not understand one another, but we could love each other. Many times in the past 30 years we'd meet at a recovery function and hug, give thanks and continue to grow in the fellowship of the Spirit. I know you helped me and hundreds more Marvill, go rest my brother as your love and good works will carry on.

 

B. Harvey posted on 3/15/18

I lost my biological father and my spiritual father last week. Marvill helped lead me through a very dark time in sobriety and I will forever be grateful to him. Always there whenever I called, I could always count on him. He is a great loss to many of the lives he touched. As a deeply spiritual man, I know he is in good hands and realize God needs him more. I love you Marvill - God Bless you and your family

 

Robert E Able posted on 3/15/18

I had the pleasure of working with Robert in Norfolk VA he was a true friend and patriot We had a lot in common. I will miss very much. may god bless you Robert your friend Robert Able

 

Gary Boyd posted on 3/15/18

Great Ride, Great Knowing You 1954- 2018

 

The Pullar Family posted on 3/15/18

Mr. Harvey was such a lovely man. We met him at Jonah's soccer games and watched as he faithfully came to the games. He was a steadfast supporter at the games. We will miss him at the games but of course, the hardest loss is to his family as father and grandfather. We are truly sorry for your loss and pray for God's comfort to you.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/15/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Kay Fitzwater posted on 3/15/18

Bob was a friend of our we grew up together in Jodie west Va he live just a house be twins us and he was always with our family growing uo him and my Brother Larry and Jerry (Buck) were always best friends and Corky Harvey also . Bob sure will be missed he was a great friend and and was like a Brother to our hole family . R I P Bob and God Bless you will be with your fan lily and our also My Kom will be so ga lad to see that up in heaven. We will alaway remember you and the great time we had a ln our little town of Jodie w va love you Bob

 

Bobadilla Family posted on 3/15/18

Sorry for your loss. He is now in eternal life with our Heavenly Father. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Marty and Susan Thomas posted on 3/14/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

 

Alberto Abad posted on 3/14/18

We wish to extend our condolences to the Campo family. I worked with Joe for many years at NADEP. We are so sorry to learn of his passing.

 

Joyce Anderson posted on 3/14/18

Jim and family. I am so sorry for your loss. What a beautiful memorial. Although I never met your mother-in-law, she sounds like a wonderful lady who will be dearly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all in the coming days.

 

Reed Adams posted on 3/14/18

Peggy: My prayers are with all of you.

 

John Claggett posted on 3/14/18

Rest In Peace my friend.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/14/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Lisa Casalez posted on 3/14/18

Joyce as I stated before, I'm so grateful that I got to meet your dad. I will never forget the pride and joy on his face as he spoke about you on your wedding day. Also, I'm so grateful to know the source of someone I esteem very much. I look at his daughter and I know that he was a very good man even though my interaction with him was so very brief. I can tell that he made the world a better place. I love you so much lady. You and your family are in my prayers.

 

Phyllis Howard posted on 3/14/18

I never met Inchin during her family trips to North Dakota. Reading all the lovely comments she was a beautiful wife, mother, and grandmother to her family. According to our native american beliefs she is now among the Holy Ones and so we pray to her for our special needs. My family and I sent condolences to brother Gary Chase and his family. May God bless Inchin.

 

Rex RitaRita posted on 3/14/18

On Behalf of the Ritarita family, We send our deepest condolences and heartfelt prayers to you and your entire family.

 

Heather and Craig Gordon posted on 3/14/18

Joyce, We are so sorry for your loss. We send prayers to you and your family. Thanks to your dad for his years of service. Craigs dad is at Albert Horton Cemetary also and its very beautiful there. You are in our thoughts.

 

ROLAND A. DOBSON posted on 3/13/18

We are very saddened to hear of the death of our beloved "Joe," who was the godfather of our daughter Katherine. He was so very special to us as a friend and confident, and we will miss him dearly. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Alice, Jaryl, and other family members. May God bless you in your time of mourning. In peace and His Love, Roland & Joy Dobson & Family: Duke, Katherine, Christina and Alexandria. Dobson.

 

Dick family (past and present) posted on 3/13/18

Inchin was a long time family friend and she will be greatly missed. She is now in the arms of her Father where there is no sorrow or pain. Our condolences go out to her wonderful who were blessed my her. Inchin will live on forever in hearts of her family.

 

Sue Jernigan posted on 3/13/18

To all the family. May God give you the peace that only God provides thru this life changing journey!! I love you!

 

Kenny Hardee posted on 3/13/18

Your honesty and insight will always be a part of who you helped me become. Peace be with you Marvill.

 

Bill Sauer posted on 3/13/18

Great to have had you a part of my journey. Good to have sat a chatted recently at the Oceanfront Conference.

 

Mia posted on 3/13/18

Sorry for your loss. May God’s comfort sustain you in this difficult time.

 

Joyce Washington posted on 3/13/18

Beverly was my husband's Aunt. When our kids were younger we used to visit Aunt Bev and Uncle Jim (and their dogs) in the summer. We all have some great memories of those times. We will miss you, Uncle Jim. XOXO

 

Sheila Dunbar posted on 3/13/18

Will miss you sharing your stories loved hearing you share ! God Bless you on your journey and Thank you for being apart of my recovery !

 

Cathy posted on 3/13/18

My condolences to family and friends for the loss of your dear loved one. During difficult times we can find comfort from the scriptures- and the hope for a better future. 2 Corinthians 1: 3,4. Revelations 21:3,4. John 5:28,29. Psalms 37:29. Isaiah 25:8

 

C.B. posted on 3/13/18

My condolences to family and friends for the loss of your dear loved one. During difficult times we can find comfort from the scriptures- and the hope for a better future. 2 Corinthians 1: 3,4. Revelations 21:3,4. John 5:28,29. Psalms 37:29. Isaiah 25:8

 

C.B. posted on 3/13/18

My condolences to family and friends for the loss of your dear loved one. During difficult times we can find comfort from the scriptures- and the hope for a better future. 2 Corinthians 1: 3,4. Revelations 21:3,4. John 5:28,29. Psalms 37:29. Isaiah 25:8

 

Peter DiNardo posted on 3/13/18

What a kind and wonderful father and grandfather. So supportive of his grandkids. I loved seeing him at all of their sporting events. He will be missed.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/13/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Mary Thomas posted on 3/13/18

Sorry for your loss Bob and family

 

Roger Heath posted on 3/13/18

Thanks for your stories and your triumphs my friend. Glad you were part of my journey. You will be missed.

 

Mary Gorman posted on 3/13/18

You were a great comfort and help to me when Bobby had his stroke. He loved you, too!

 

Mary Gorman posted on 3/13/18

So, so grateful to have shared this journey with you. A beautiful friendship, it was. Your inspiration, commitment to helping others and your spirit will live on. Peace to your family and friends.

 

Richard Hankinson posted on 3/12/18

To my cousins & their families, I am truly sorry to hear of the loss of Uncle Jack. My deepest sympathies go out to you and your family during this difficult time. May the Lord comfort you and your loved ones. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Richard

 

 

Tiffany Sears posted on 3/12/18

Jim you will truley be missed we love you !!

 

Candice Palmer posted on 3/12/18

So sorry for your loss. The family is in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Julie Charles posted on 3/12/18

You were the epitome of a beautiful sober man beloved by many in the Fellowship. Your unconditional love and service are nothing short of inspirational. Rest in Peace Sweet Marvill.

 

Tom Hanley posted on 3/12/18

Semper Fi, I know your safe now. You will be Missed!!!

 

Bill Campbell posted on 3/12/18

Thanks for sharing the journey my Brother. I'll miss the new memories we would have made and cherish the ones we did make.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/12/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/12/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Sharon Williams posted on 3/12/18

It was great sharing recovery with you over the years. Your walk inspired many and I know you are resting with Jesus and His angels. Lifting up your family for peace and comfort. You will be missed.

 

Matt Tolson posted on 3/12/18

We are so sorry for the loss of your dad. We will be praying for you and the family for God to comfort and ease sorrow.

 

Trip Sturtridge posted on 3/11/18

Good Travels My Friend. What a pleasure and a gift it was to have known you for over 30 years. Cindy and I will miss you! My condolences to the Family!

 

Sam sitzler posted on 3/11/18

My dear friend and sponsor,I will miss you very much prayers for the family and the group sa

 

LM, Alabama posted on 3/11/18

Dear family, I'm so sorry for the loss of your beloved Linda. May the God of all comfort give you peace to help you cope during this difficult time. We look forward to seeing our dead loved ones again in the righteous paradise here on earth very soon. Acts 24:15; Psalm 37:29 https://www.jw.org/finder?wtlocale=E&pub=we&srcid=share

 

LM, Alabama posted on 3/11/18

Dear family, I'm so sorry for the loss of your beloved Nelson. May the God of all comfort give you peace to help you cope during this difficult time. We look forward to seeing our dead loved ones again in the righteous paradise here on earth very soon. Acts 24:15; Psalm 37:29 https://www.jw.org/finder?wtlocale=E&pub=we&srcid=share

 

Ann Dilks posted on 3/11/18

So very sorry for your loss , Sharon. I will be thinking about you in the days ahea. .Sincerely, Ann Dilks

 

Gary Humphries posted on 3/11/18

May your family find peace and comfort in knowing how many people you have helped over your lifetime. I will always cherish my memories and laughs that I have been blessed to have share with you! God speed RIP.

 

 

Pat Taylor posted on 3/11/18

You will be missed my friend! I will be keeping your family in my prayers and I will remember all of your great words of wisdom and comfort. ♥

 

Doug Mayo posted on 3/11/18

Thank you for all you did,may your family be blessed and may you rest in peace

 

Mike Noah posted on 3/11/18

You were a huge inspiration for me and you will always be in our hearts. Thoughts and prayers going up for your family. Rest in paradise Marvill

 

Edward J Cripps posted on 3/11/18

RIP My Dear friend and sponsor. I will miss your wisdom and remember you always. Sincere condolences to your family. Your journey has ended. We will carry on in your memory.

 

Sal DeRogatis posted on 3/11/18

May you RIP Marvill , My condolences to the Family, But may they know how great of a person you are and the inspiration you were for others.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/11/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Mary Hoggard posted on 3/11/18

I am so thankful that we found each other again at the conference.God speed, Marvill!

 

Rick Dinsmore posted on 3/11/18

Thank you for your insightful words so very often. When I first came to VB meetings, you made sure I felt welcome. God bless you.

 

Sue (Warnalis) Dye posted on 3/11/18

I will always remember you and the love you had for both physical and emotional sobriety. You were a man amongst men and a stranger to no one. I will miss you! God bless those who remain in grief, may it soon be replaced with laughter!

 

Teena Vogel posted on 3/10/18

Heard of Jim passing away yesterday, March 9. Now I know why I haven't seen him at the grocery store. He was a wonderful man and I will miss his smile and sense of humor. Prayers.

 

Trw posted on 3/9/18

Dear Holt Family: Please accept my sincere apologies for your loss. May the God of peace comfort you in your time of need. One way that he comforts us is by promising that one day we will see out loved ones again at Acts 24:15. But until that time, at Philippians 4:6,7 he also promises that he will guard our hearts and minds in this time of need. Again,I am sorry for your loss.

 

Trw posted on 3/9/18

Dear Jarvis Family: Please accept my sincere apologies for your loss. May the God of peace comfort you in your time of need. One way that he comforts us is by promising that one day we will see out loved ones again at Acts 24:15. But until that time, at Philippians 4:6,7 he also promises that he will guard our hearts and minds in this time of need. Again,I am sorry for your loss.

 

Ana Williams posted on 3/9/18

I am sorry for your loss. May you have many happy memories.

 

Jensen posted on 3/8/18

I love you, Bagam

 

Kiersten Kvinge posted on 3/7/18

Please accept our sincerest condolences from United Way of South Hampton Roads at the loss of a sister and aunt. Ms. Hayes had been a loyal contributor for many years and our community is a much better place because of her generosity. Sincerely, United Way of South Hampton Roads Staff

 

Reverend Richard L. Brown, Newport News, VA posted on 3/7/18

When God whispered Debra's name, He brought home one of the sweetest persons I know. She was a true Christian woman with a heart full of God's love. She was a giver, and I thank God for giving her to us.

 

Sharon and Jack Owen posted on 3/7/18

Our thoughts and prayer are with you and your family.

 

Sharon and Jack Owen posted on 3/7/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Bonnie Daughtry posted on 3/7/18

Debra you brought so much joy to all your friends and family and you surely with be missed by all who's lives you have touched. Rest in peace your home with Jesus and your one special angle.

 

Sandy Long posted on 3/7/18

I met Linda thru Lorraine and the shag world. She was a beautiful lady with a sweet spirit. She will be greatly missed. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Nicki & Harry Felton posted on 3/6/18

Our deepest sympathy on your loss. Linda was beautiful inside and out. We were lucky to get to know her much better in the last few years. She will be sorely missed by many.

 

 

Walter ' Russell' White posted on 3/6/18

Linda and I spent some time together and I was blessed to have known Her. Heaven has a new Angle to lead in the Shag Dancing. A classes Lady inside and out. God bless her family and friends. She will truly be missed. Love you Linda

 

Tom Myers posted on 3/6/18

Linda and I had great times together. She was a very special lady.

 

Bill and Dottie Dudley posted on 3/6/18

Kenny, Karen and Jennifer: Please accept our deepest sympathy on the loss of your Mother. Your Mom was a wonderful person. We have many fond memories of time spent with your Dad and Mom. It is a comfort to know that they can now be reunited after their years apart. Bill and Dottie Dudley

 

Nancy Koch posted on 3/6/18

Former neighbor,mother of the 4 Koch Boys,sailing friend----You all have my sincere sympathy for your loss and the loss for so many--Your MOM always had a smile and will be missed When I saw her she always told me with much pride about her kids and grans....my heartfelt sympathy goes out to you all Nancy Koch

 

Marcella Williams posted on 3/6/18

Sending my deepest condolences to her friends and family at this difficult time.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/6/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

CH posted on 3/6/18

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort from God who tells us to throw all of our anxiety on Him , because he cares for you. 1 Peter 5:7 May God's word the Bible also bring you hope during this time. Acts 24:15

 

Bill Beach and Chris Busch posted on 3/5/18

Feel deep sadness loosing a dear friend from the old sailing days What a classy lady at all times caring and charming

 

 

Annette & Lenny Peaden posted on 3/5/18

We pray the love of God enfolds your family during this difficult time.

 

Al Hood posted on 3/5/18

I knew Linda from the pickleball group. She was a wonderful playing partner and a classy lady all the way. My heartfelt condolences to the family.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/4/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/3/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Vanessa Rose posted on 3/3/18

Nelson - So many memories. I count myself lucky to have known you. Love you my friend. Rest easy. To your family - I am very sorry for your loss and I know that there are no words to make the hurt go away but you are all in our hearts, prayers, and thoughts.

 

 

Victor & Yvonne von Arx posted on 3/2/18

Nelson was spending the weekend with us in West Berlin. I jad taken a bath and ehen i got out both boys were gone. Vic was TRY to who knows where and I was ups,1st. Finally here they come sauntering across the street. I met them with our fog leash, they both hot a swat with it while explaining they'd gone down to Amalfi for gelato. About 2 yrs sthool I promised Nelson if there family bkditecd k wouldn't seat tj.e kids with the dog leash...we both laxughned.

 

 

Victor & Yvonne von Arx posted on 3/2/18

Nelson was like one of our own. He was Sean's friend, but he is family. You are all so loved.

 

Patrice Conley - Jewish Family Service posted on 3/2/18

I send my deepest sympathy to all the family of Thelma Hayes. Ms. Hayes was a real treasure, a hidden figure from Norfolk State University and a very wise woman. It was an honor to know and work with her. She will truly be missed.

 

Darrell Allison AO1 (SW) USN Ret. posted on 3/2/18

I'm sadden to learn of my shipmates loss at such a young age. nelson was one of my go to guys while we served together aboard the USS AMERICA CV-66 in the early to mid 90's. I was his Leading Petty Officer when we were in G-3 division. He and I made three or four Med cruises together and I remember him as a hard working young seaman who always had a smile on his face and who never complained; just did what had to be done and got on with it. I bid you fair winds and following seas shipmate.

 

Brian Duex posted on 3/2/18

Nelson, thank you for the friendship we shared and the memories we created. Rest easy my friend. I love you. Condolences to your family, he will be missed but never forgotten.

 

Sean Stoddard posted on 3/1/18

I was on watch at NAS Brunswick ME when you drove up to the gate in your 4 wheel drive telling me you were a new check in. I Served with you for 8 years. We had our differences but in truth, when the chips were down I knew you were right there. All those times playing xbox. All those times seeing what we could order for computer parts on the ship. All those. Times we rolled our eyes at the BS that was around us. never again. I knew that the one thing you cherished most was your family. I hope you knew how much people around you cherished you. You will be missed more then you know. Now if you excused me..I need to go Kick the shit out of Cancer. rest easy Nelson. See you on the other side.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 3/1/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Jeffrey Duex posted on 3/1/18

I am thankful that I had the opportunity to have you as a friend Nelson. I want to say to the Family I am so sorry for your loss. I meet Nelson on leave when I had come home during my Active duty. He was my brother Brian's friend!! He asked me a lot of questions about my time in the Navy. I will miss our conversations Nelson. Fair Winds and Following Seas Shipmate. To a great man,RIP

 

 

Hector C posted on 3/1/18

Rest in Peace, Brother

 

Joyce & Stacy Howard posted on 3/1/18

My mother & I would like to express our sincerest condolences to the family of Mr. Benjamin Davis. We too are familiar with the pain of losing a loved one in death, however it's very encouraging that the Bible can provide soothing, comforting words at such a time as this. At your earliest convenience please read Isaiah 25:8, 1Corinthians 15:26 & Revelations 21:3, 4 and know these promises are true because God cannot lie. (Titus 1:2) We also invite you to contact us via our email add. for more information that offers a wonderful and positive hope for the very near future. May God strengthen and comfort your family during this difficult time. (2Corinthians 1:3) Our most heartfelt prayers and regards, Joyce & Stacy Howard.

 

Jackie Reid posted on 3/1/18

My heartfelt condolences to the family. I am so sorry for your loss. May you find comfort through the loving and happy memories of your dear loved one, Nelson. May you also look to our loving Heavenly Father, the God of all comfort, to provide what you need at this very sad time. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4, Psalms 83:18). He promises us that very soon, "He will wipe every tear from our eyes and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away." Revelation 21:3,4, Isaiah 33:24. He also promises us that there will be a resurrection of the righteous ones so they will have the opportunity to live forever in perfect health in Paradise right here on earth. (John 5:28,29, Psalms 37:10,11). What wonderful promises! Can you imagine a time on earth when there will be no more sickness, pain or death? May all of God's promises give you a measure of comfort, peace, hope and strength. I have personally found very comforting thoughts on jw.org.

 

Elise Weber posted on 2/28/18

I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Nelson. We were great friends during high school. My prayers and comfort to his family.

 

 

Kevin Kelly posted on 2/28/18

You were a friend from the first day i met you. We had a lot of good times together and i will cherish them. Fair winds and following seas brother!

 

Rupert Anguita posted on 2/28/18

Love and respect my dear brother you will be miss thanks for been my mentor in the Ike G-3 div

 

Deborah Lysaght posted on 2/28/18

I'm so very sorry to hear of DJ's passing. I know all to well the feeling of tragedy when we lose the ones we love to soon. Sending many, many prayers of comfort to all the family.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 2/28/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Janice Beckwith posted on 2/26/18

this is my husbands uncle, my father in laws brother

 

Amanda Meadows posted on 2/26/18

I was so lucky to have met Vicky. I have known her for about 2 years since I started working at her doctor's office, and no matter how she was feeling she always was smiling and could make me laugh! Thinking back on February 8th I wish I would have hugged her even tighter. She was definitely one of my favorites and I will never forget her! My heart goes out to her family and her babies (dogs). Praying❤

 

GEORGE GRAHAM posted on 2/24/18

WORDS CAN'T EXPRESS HOW SORRY I WAS TO HEAR OF VICKIE'S PASSING . I WORKED WITH VICKIE 30+ YEARS AGO AT SAXBY'S STEAKHOUSE (JFF AV, NWPRT NWS) . SHE WAS A "WONDRFUL PERSON"! I OFFER MY CONDOLENCES TO ALL OF HER FAMILY MEMBERS , AS WELL AS HER MANY FRIENDS .

 

 

Gloria Taylor posted on 2/23/18

Rest In Heaven

 

 

Jason Rock posted on 2/23/18

Vicky was the best sister in law a guy could have asked for. She was sweet at heart and always funny. She always had a smile on her face and always laughing at the most random stuff. Going to miss you sis like you never know. Your memories will always be cherished and shared with friends and family. Keep rockin on Vick. I miss you!

 

CDR Mike Brattland USN-Ret NHA/NHAHS posted on 2/22/18

NHA has put out a Signal Charlie for CAPT Myers to the entire Naval Helicopter Association. His Signal Charlie can be found at www.nhahistoricalsociety.org @nhahistoricalsociety dot org Fair Winds and Following Seas Captain Myers

 

CDR Mike Brattland USN-Ret posted on 2/22/18

http://www.nhahistoricalsociety.org/index.php/capt-dale-phillip-myers-usn-ret-signal-charlie/ NHA/NHAHS has put up a Signal Charlie for CAPT Myers USN-Ret at www.nhahistoricalsociety.org . We will share his Signal Charlie with NHA membership. Fair Winds and Following Seas Captain Myers

 

Ken Wiley posted on 2/22/18

I'm so sorry to hear of John's passing. He was a great co-worker at NARF and friend to me. John was truly one of a kind, and will be missed. My sincere condolence to Kelly and all the family.

 

CLIFF LITTLE posted on 2/22/18

To the family of Mr.Jim Allen I extend to you my deepest sympathy, Jim "aka SLUGGER has been a mentor ,teacher,Father figure most of all a friend very knowledgeable in so many subjects definitely a spiritual prayer warrior who loved people and never met a stranger ; I Bid farewell and fair winds Sailor your mark will be forever in this world you will truly be missed CLIFF LITTLE

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 2/22/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Allison Hall posted on 2/22/18

To the Scahill family, my mother Faye and I are sincerely sorry for your loss. Please know you are all in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

 

 

ANNA POFF posted on 2/21/18

LIGHT A CANDLE . LOVE , RICHARD & ANNA POFF

 

 

ANNA POFF posted on 2/21/18

OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY. MAY GOD BLESS EVERYONE IN THIS TIME OF SORROW. LOVE, RICHARD & ANNA POFF

 

Mr & Mrs Michael Borkowski posted on 2/21/18

Kelly & Andrea; Your dad was a hoot and was definitely from that generation that told you the way it was whether you wanted to know or not. That's what made him what he was, deep down he loved everyone of you and he will be missed. Prayers with you and the family now in your moment of grief.

 

Christeen Rock posted on 2/21/18

My dear beautiful sister. I still can't believe I'm even sitting here writing this. It's so hard and I miss you so much. You were always a beautiful person inside and out and I was so honored to call you my sister. I told you many times that I admired your strength and courage. I will always be thankful for the strong bond we had and that we were always there for each other. You never wanted me to worry about things and through everything in life, you always stayed upbeat and positive. I will miss our talks and laughing for hours over anything random. We always joked that if people heard our conversations, they would think we were weird. But we always accepted that we were, in fact, weird :). I know things will be hard without you here with me, but I know you always wanted me to be happy and ok. I'll have to take everything day by day, but I know I have to work hard to honor what you always wished for me. I love you so very much and I will always cherish you and keep you in my heart. Rest easy my big sis.

 

Krystal Jones posted on 2/21/18

So enjoyable to part of your family, you will always be loved and missed.

 

Steve Andrasz posted on 2/21/18

I HAD A FEW THINGS TO SAY ABOUT HIM BECAUSE I FEEL HIS STORY IS WORTH TELLING. As a young boy/teen he had a great curiosity about how things were built. He learned from adults in the neighborhood how to do different carpentry tasks and actually did some small remodeling at the house he grew up in and made money fixing things for local people as well as having a sizable paper route. He also worked as a pin setter at the local bowling lane (before there were electric pin setters it was done manually). He was the kid who always had some money. He was also a gifted violin player and was taken by his teacher to NYC to perform with a professional orchestra. He had to repeat 5th grade unfortunately because he started noticing girls and not books. He struggled in CHS in the college prep program but toughed it out. He enlisted in the USAF toward the end of the Korean Conflict as was in country. He worked in services (food services/cook, librarian, sports official-football) or what some would call MWR. He also worked in administration (daily flight operations, orderly room). He was very disciplined with his time and money and was the troop who had the only car and spare money in the unit. An officer once made a sexual remark about his sister (he kept her picture on his desk). Refusing to let it go, he made his complaint to his commanding officer and eventually got the junior officer in trouble. Taking advantage of the GI Bill, he went to Fairleigh Dickinson University for Accounting at night for almost 8 years. During this time, we worked full time in the day at demanding factory environments at places such as US Metals (may have been called copperworks back then) and Vulcan metals. Despite the tough schedule, he made the Dean’s List every semester. Due to his savings discipline, he rewarded himself at graduation by buying himself a Mercedes Benz. It was that or a Corvette Stingray but he felt no car made of fiberglass could possibly be safe. So he went with German Steel. He wound up finally working for shell oil for over 22 years as an accounting, financial, and inventory analyst in Sewaren NJ. He married my mom and was faithful to her for 55 years. He bowled in several leagues and was averaging 250 or better typically. He did have one game (I’m searching for the trophy) where he had either a 298 or 299. The American Bowling Congress (ABC) gave him several awards for that game. He kept up his home improvement skills in a variety of ways. He finished the basement of our house and remodeled the kitchen. He used his skills with a router to redesign the cabinets with his own carvings. He probably saved us many thousands of dollars by doing it himself (with help from time to time). His work was just as good as any contractor as far as I’m concerned. He kept up his musical ability performing with a travelling church caroling group at Christmas and later with the Carteret Serenaders performing in hospitals and other similar settings. Anyone who heard him recognized his talent. He could easily start playing a song after hearing it on the radio or start jamming with a guitar player playing blues or an accordion player playing a polka. At a time when men were not supposed to be involved with their children or nurturing he got into a fight with his boss about being at the hospital for my tonsils being removed. He felt being a good dad and husband was the most important thing he’d ever do. While at the hospital he went to get a coffee and the medical folks came to wheel me to the operating room. He was quite pissed he was not told I was to go soon. He wanted to go with me as I headed to surgery. Throughout my youth he was supportive of me in sports like little league, scouting, and other endeavors. He was also active in the VFW and was a Past Post Commander. He did his best to reach out and bring in new members, especially those from the VietNam era. He got me and my brother through college. Though there was some relief when I got a full scholarship for all expenses from USAF ROTC. During this time I broke off from the Catholic Church and was associated with the Christian Reformed Church. There were numerous spirited debates (as I call them) between us but he never stopped loving me and I never stopped respecting him. Due to his disciplined saving and investing he had the house paid off and a sizable nest egg so that he could fully retire at 57. Rather than just take it easy in retirement, he went all out as a blessing to others. He felt he had a great life and wanted to use his money and time for the benefit of others. He took three children who lost their mom and dad under his wings. They stayed with their grandparents in Carteret but he took an active part in their lives as a surrogate dad and made sure they did not want for anything (paid many bills). He and my mom moved to Virginia Beach where he became involved in the US Coast Guard Auxiliary. He went on many patrols searching for boaters in distress, was a radioman at the local USCG base, performed vessel safety inspections at the behest of the USCG, and was starting to learn naval navigation. He was always doing something for others in VA. If he wasn’t doing things with the USCG, he was volunteering at the senior center, getting firewood for those without means, doing yard work for shut ins, etc. The biggest thing he did was take money from his own accounts and, with Shell Oil Company matching funds, established three scholarships for local young people in VA Beach. I helped him write up the rules and hold discussions with the college financial offices. One scholarship was at Old Dominion University, another at Tidewater community College, and one at a local Catholic High School. These were UNIQUE SCHOLARSHIPS in that they were based on the content of one’s character (MLK) rather than on gender, race, or athletic ability. To qualify, the recipients had to have high grades, a financial need, and verifiable proof of community service (at a hospital, library, tutoring, etc). The goal was to find those students who were smart/gifted, poor, and out there making a difference in their community despite their economic hardship. Around 25 students had received the scholarship and I got to meet many of them. They proved the truth of the bible story of the widow’s mite. This was a woman who gave what amounted to two pennies to the temple. Jesus’s followers asked what is two pennies? He replied IT WAS ALL SHE HAD. Those who have the least typically give the most while those with great wealth give very little proportionately to what they have. As an example, one young person worked with those who had downs syndrome. This person should have spent her summer working more paid hours and should have been focused on making money. Instead, she felt the need to help others less fortunate. These are the people my dad wanted to help. They were involved in charity despite not having much money and were academically gifted. He felt they deserved help more than someone whose identity was focused on how fast they could run or how many points they could score, or what their racial/ethnic background was. Interestingly enough, the demographic of most of the winners was female, non-white, and, in a number of cases, either an immigrant or child of an immigrant who was the first to go to college in their family. He later expanded his philanthropy to other charities ranging from Indian Reservation Schools to homeless shelters and many other causes. Around the age of 81 or 82, he required several surgeries to his back. Later he needed vertebrae to be fused. One surgery was needed to reverse a spine surgery where the surgical screws were put in upside down (had to correct an error). He also began having blood pressure problems, problems with his body healing from injuries (especially skin lesions that did not heal) and eventually needed a pace maker and a large number of prescriptions (about 23). He also had problems with his metabolism which caused him to be severely underweight. Despite this, he kept a cheerful attitude and continued giving to his charities. Eventually, he had to have one leg amputated just below the knee. He saw a commercial for St Jude’s Children’s Hospitals where multiple amputee children and others with horrible problems were toughing it out. He felt if they could get through it he could too. Unfortunately his body was just too old and had too many problems. He weakened and died due to pneumonia. His life could be summed up in 4 key areas: 1. Integrity and honor—Always stand up to do the right thing, no matter who you have to go up against. He got a commissioned officer (Captain) in trouble who made remarks about his sister when he was an enlisted man. What’s right is right no matter who the offender is. THAT REALLY RINGS TRUE TODAY IN OUR CURRENT ENTERTAINMENT AND POLITICAL ENVIRONMENT. 2. Self Reliance—most of the remodeling at our house was done by him. And he helped others at times doing repair/handyman work for no charge for the elderly, etc. 3. Charity where charity is due—he did not just throw his money away. He carefully investigated the charities he gave to ensure they were accomplishing something. He also started his own scholarship fund to help gifted students who were poor but despite that were giving of themselves selflessly in their community. 4. Family comes first before making a buck. He defied his boss to make sure he could be there for me...especially when I was having surgery. As a guy who married late in life at 50 and inherited 9 grandkids I’ll strive to use the little bits of wisdom I got from him to make my family and community a better place. The following refrain from a Dan Fogelberg song sums up how I feel. The leader of the band is tired And his eyes are growing old But his blood runs through my instrument And his song is in my soul My life has been a poor attempt To imitate the man I'm just a living legacy To the leader of the band

 

Trish and Edmund Dabrowski posted on 2/21/18

Our sincerest condolences to the entire Myers' family. It was wonderful to have seen Captain Myers' at Trey and Noel's wedding. Praying for peace and understanding for the family.

 

Scott and Mary Beth Eldridge posted on 2/21/18

Our sincere sympathy to Jan and all the family. It was a privilege to have met Captain Myers. We cherish sharing his visit to The Clark for the Van Gogh exhibit a few years back, and sitting with you both at Trey and Noël’s wedding. You are in our prayers

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 2/21/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Glenn Stinson posted on 2/21/18

Such an amazing person and even better friend. You will be missed, but I’m certain we will see each other again. One love.

 

Jodi Kowalski posted on 2/20/18

Thinking of you and your family during these difficult times. Please don't hesitate to call if you need help with anything.

 

Diane Pauly Whalen, RN posted on 2/20/18

Andrea, Kelly, Emily and family, I am so sorry to hear of Mr.Scahills passing. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Take care.

 

 

James & Karen Chalmers posted on 2/20/18

Mr. John you will be Missed Keep the Family in our Prayers.

 

Harry H. Beatty posted on 2/20/18

Shumate family in VA. So sorry for the loss and this man. Johnny and Francis was there when I needed them in when I transferred to VA in 1991 with the Navy. I enjoyed all the times there. Shipmates going ashore, Fair Winds and Following Seas. Until then, when we muster on station in the Glory of our Lord, Johnny will be missed.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 2/20/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

 

Lynn and Mike Benedict posted on 2/20/18

Sweet and a friend to all she knew. Met her at Tarraiington Seniors club. Great lady Rest In Peace Dear Betty.

 

Lynn and Mike Benedict posted on 2/19/18

John was a very sweet person who loved his family and Mc Donald’s coffee. We my husband Mike were fortunate enough to go on an 8 day vacation together. Great memories we send our love and strength to the family Rest In Peace John we love you.

 

Norma Abrams Butler posted on 2/19/18

Thinking of you at this sad time.

 

Angie Todd posted on 2/18/18

With heartfelt condolences to Ms. Carole, Ms. Jo, Ms. Leslie, Mr. Paul (Ms. Stefan) and all of Mr. Rosenberg's family and dear friends.

 

Gail and Clyde Santana posted on 2/17/18

To the Family, Please accept our condolences. Betty warmed our hearts with her kind, caring presence. She was our wonderful neighbor.

 

Jennifer preston posted on 2/17/18

Mrs Betty you are a wonderful person who will be missed dearly. You would always look after me as a child and I always enjoyed our conversations. You were a wonderful neighbor. Thinking of all the family

 

Dionne & Denson posted on 2/17/18

Praying for you and your family during this very difficult time. My son, Denson thought a lot of Josh and when I received the news the other day, I could not believe it as I still can’t! May the peace of God dwell with you and the family. If we can do anything, please do not hesitate to let us know.

 

Schelli Couch posted on 2/17/18

Sending our sincerest condolences. We have had the pleasure of knowing him for quit sometime. Such a wonderful young man couldn’t have asked for a better friend to Corey. Josh will be greatly missed by us and everyone that had the pleasure of knowing him. Please know that we are praying for comfort and healing for you Dana, Randy and Josh’s entire family. Sincerely, Schelli, Stacey and Corey Couch

 

Herman Family posted on 2/16/18

We extend our sincere condolences to Josh’s entire family. When we lose someone it can cause heartache and a feeling of helplessness that can be hard to bear. But in this difficult time may you find strength from our Heavenly Father’s promise that we can be reunited with our loved ones by means of a resurrection. - John 6:40 What a wonderful day this will be! May this precious hope that awaits us bring you a measure of comfort now and in the days ahead.

 

 

Rockey & Karyn Couch posted on 2/16/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with all in this difficult time

 

Brittni posted on 2/16/18

Josh was one of the individuals I most looked forward to working with when I was at Majestik. He was always so kind and thoughtful. My heart is heavy for the loss of such a great young man. My sincerest condolences to everyone effected by this tragedy.

 

Jayne Phillips posted on 2/16/18

I am so very sorry for the loss of your beloved son, Josh. I didn't have the pleasure of knowing him, but my son, David Phillips, thought very highly of him. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Linda Woods posted on 2/16/18

Dana I'm So Sorry For Your Loss,,, You And Your Family Are In My Thoughts And Prayers

 

Mrs. R. Faust posted on 2/16/18

Mrs. Beavers, I read about your loss, my sincere condolence to you. May your many wonderful family memories bring you comfort to share with each other during this time. May you also have the peace and comfort offered by our Heavenly Father Jehovah.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 2/16/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Angie and jody bowman posted on 2/16/18

To Betty's Family. Betty was so sweet always smiling and a very kind person. I will miss seeing her at 5pm mass on saturdays. I will keep Betty in my prayers. Angie and Jody Bowman

 

Kathy posted on 2/15/18

Betty was such a delightful person who always had a bright smile on her face. She was generous and knd. I will miss seeing her at St. Pius X . My heartfelt condolences to her family. May she rest in eternal peace.

 

Maria posted on 2/15/18

So sorry for your loss :) May God comfort your family during this very difficult time.

 

Chris Monte posted on 2/15/18

It is with great sadness to hear of Erika's passing. Very sudden and unexpected. I am very sorry that she is no longer with us and submit my heartfelt condolonces to her nephew Roy and his entire family stateside, as well as her remaining family members in Germany. She will truly be missed, may the memory of her be everlasting and bring comfort to those she left behind.

 

Colonna Down River Division posted on 2/15/18

Randy and Family, We offer our sincere condolence and deepest sympathy on your loss. Sincerely, Your friends at Colonna Down River Division

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 2/15/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Abigail price posted on 2/15/18

Josh you were my best friend when I started high school at grassfield high you were always there when I needed you to have my back or needed help with a relationship issue I could always turn to you you were also my best friend way before high school I love you and will forever be grateful of the memories I have with you . Thank you for being such an amazing a happy person always brighted up the day . Can’t believe you’re gone it won’t be the same without you but you will forever be in my heart and I will always cherish the memories we had together!

 

Scott Baker posted on 2/15/18

I’ll never forget all those years on the field with you man. Always going to be one of my brothers, Miss you man.

 

Mercedes Loescher posted on 2/15/18

Josh was a great person and so lovable. He will be deeply missed.

 

Shelita Jones posted on 2/15/18

Dana, I'm sorry for your family's loss and I pray that you will have continued strength in your time of sorrow. You are a phenomenal mom and I'm sure Josh is watching over you with joy at the life you have him. Be blessed.

 

 

Missy and Greg Whitley and family posted on 2/15/18

I can still see you in children's church Christmas program as Joseph I'll never forget that. Buddy you are everyone's angle god bless you and your family

 

 

Missy and Greg Whitley and family posted on 2/15/18

Josh you will be missed very much and always hold a place in our hearts god bless you buddy

 

 

Haley Harmon posted on 2/15/18

I remember hanging out with on every Sunday in Sunday school when we were kids. You were too young. You will be dearly missed bud.

 

 

Oscar Gonzales posted on 2/15/18

We sat in class and joked and had fun while we were doing work, a real moral boost for me since I just moved to Virginia. I'll miss him a lot.

 

 

karen hartmann posted on 2/14/18

you were the life of the party and always a good friend with a big heart!

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 2/14/18

To Ms. Deb and Ms. Billie, please accept my heartfelt condolences.

 

Steven F Long posted on 2/14/18

I served with Chief Spangler aboard the USS Holland AS-32 in Holy Loch Scotland in the late 1970's. He was a great leader and very personable and funny. When we were ashore, he used to look at the beautiful mountains surrounding the Scottish loch and tell me it reminded him of his old home place in Letcher County, Kentucky. Rest in Peace Chief..... HT2 Steven Long, USS Holland AS-32 DC Division 1977-1979

 

Rita Crawford posted on 2/13/18

Erika was a good friend to my late mother in-law, Inge Crawford. She also worked at Ft.Eustis Exchange when my father was Exchange Manager. My husband Peter and I were lucky enough to spend a lot of holidays and special times with her and Leo including when Leo stood in as Best Man at our wedding.

 

Lisa posted on 2/13/18

I want to express my sincere sympathy to the family and share some comfort from God's word, the Bible. John 5: 28, 29 and Revelation 21: 3, 4 offer us the hope of a future resurrection and the complete elimination of death, mourning, and pain. Until that time comes, our loving heavenly Father assures us at Psalm 34:18 that he is "close to the brokenhearted" and verse 15 says that "he listens to our cry for help." So rest assured that he understands your pain and grief and is eager to help you by giving you the strength you need to cope with your loss. (Philippians 4:13)

 

Bob Shreeves posted on 2/13/18

Rest In Peace good friend! Had a lot of good times together!

 

Kelsey Lee posted on 2/12/18

To the family of Jordan Norman Rosenblum, I am sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in knowing that "Jehovah is close to the brokenhearted; He saves those who are crushed in spirit." (Psalm 34:18) With sympathy,

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 2/12/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Terry and Mike Sicignano posted on 2/10/18

Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, Shannon. Find comfort from those around you and wonderful memories with Pete.

 

Keith, Chaplain OLPH` posted on 2/10/18

We hardly got to know you - you left us so soon! Rest in peace, dear friend!

 

Keith, Chaplain OLPH` posted on 2/10/18

You left us too early! we hardly got to know you! Rest in peace, dear lad!

 

 

Sandra Willoughby posted on 2/10/18

So sorry I am not able to be there, My spirit and love will be presence among all of you! With all my love, may all your wonderful memories be your comfort tomorrow!

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 2/9/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Brenna Goode posted on 2/9/18

I'm so sorry to hear about Pete. I worked with him at Price Fighters for several years, and he was always fun to be around and a great mentor.

 

 

Teresa and Dennis posted on 2/8/18

Shannon and family, I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. You and Pete have been such a presence in my family for many years. Our prayers are with you and your family in this time of sorrow. I once read “May you take comfort in knowing there is one more angel above us.” -Unknown

 

Kelley Jacobs posted on 2/8/18

My sincere condolences on the loss of your father and husband. I worked with Pete at Price Fighters and considered him part of my extended work family. I will keep all of you in my thoughts and prayers. He was a wonderful man.

 

 

Sue Byrd posted on 2/8/18

R.I.P. our dear friend, I can't believe your gone. We talked for just a short moment the other day. God bless you, and all his dearest friends. My thoughts and prayers are with your family and friends. John Clinton we are all with you Another angel looking over us.

 

Peg ashwell posted on 2/8/18

Shane you will be missed. Great memories of you the days we waited for sammi to be born was a very long 2 days but we got a beautiful baby girl love upeg n vern

 

 

Kathleen Christman posted on 2/8/18

I am so sorry to see that I missed this service for Patty. We were neighbors about 20 years ago in the Great Neck area of Woodhurst in Virginia Beach, VA. My son, Bill often helped her with chores around the house and I enjoyed our chats about all the neighborhood happenings! I especially enjoyed, and will never forget, our little adventures to Cox High School during the summer to hear/see the Tidewater Winds Band play! I think of Patty often and wish we had stayed in touch so we could have enjoyed the band play one more time!

 

 

Kathleen Christman posted on 2/8/18

I'm so sad and sorry to see this since I've missed the service for Patty that was held yesterday. We were neighbors in the Great Neck area of Woodhurst in Virginia Beach, VA about 20 years ago. My son, Bill often helped her with chores around the house and she and I would get together for chats about all the "neighborhood" happenings. I especially enjoyed and will always remember our adventures during the summertime to hear the Tidewater Winds Band play at Cox High School, since I would never have gone if Patty hadn't asked me to go! I often think about Patty and wish we would have stayed in touch.

 

Richard Scanavino posted on 2/8/18

Shane Sandler

 

Richard Scanavino posted on 2/8/18

It was 1997 July 4th . It was a time in my life I needed help . You all can him by his name Shane , I will always call him sumo he took me in when no one else wanted anything to do with me. He gave me a room and said not to worry cuz he would help me . He did help me . Thank you brother love you !

 

JJ Clinton posted on 2/8/18

45 years of fighting and good times we shared my oldest friend and brother... I truly will miss you and love you brother...

 

JJ Clinton posted on 2/8/18

My oldest friend... 45 years we shared together.. all the good times and the bad... truly gonn miss youbrother Rest In Peace and I love you

 

JJ Clinton posted on 2/8/18

My oldest friend and brother. All the good times and the bad we shared them all. I will always love you and miss you brother... may you Rest In Peace . And I’ll always keep you in my heart...love you

 

JJ Clinton posted on 2/8/18

My oldest frien and brother I will truly miss you.. the fights and the good times we shared them all... Rest In Peace my brother... love you

 

Dickie Sanders posted on 2/8/18

I worked with Pete at Price Fighters where we were separated by a cubicle wall. Neither of us being very tall, when we stood up in our cubicles to talk to one another, it looked like two "Wilson's" from Tool Time carrying on a conversation. Pete was very respected, knowledgeable, professional, had great work ethics, and above all, a friendly guy with a great sense of humor. Everyone brightens up a room full of people....Some when they come in--and some when they leave. Pete was always a welcome sight. God bless his family during this time. Dickie Sanders

 

R. Faust posted on 2/8/18

Mrs. Coker and Family, I read about your loss, my condolence to all of you. May your many wonderful family memories bring you comfort to share with each other during this time. May you also have the peace and comfort of our Heavenly Father Jehovah. Second Corinthians Chapter One Verses Three and Four

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 2/8/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

 

Megan Wolf posted on 2/8/18

I miss you every day mom I can't believe you are gone.

 

CH posted on 2/7/18

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort from the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our trials. 2 Corinthians 1:3&4

 

Tasha Locklear posted on 2/7/18

I knew Shane a long time, and we lost touch several times over the years but our love and friendship was always solid. He was one of a kind. He taught me things at a time in my life when I needed to learn them the most. He knew how to keep people's spirits up. I know he is looking down and smiling on his loved ones. Rest easy and fly high Sumo.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 2/7/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Norman David Soroko posted on 2/7/18

My heartfelt sympathy goes out to all of you in the loss Shane. May his memory be a blessing to all.

 

Martha Claire Bowers posted on 2/6/18

Mildred was a beloved cousin and I will miss her especially at family reunions. Love and blessings to her family and especially to her sister, Mary

 

Ellakay (Douglas) Lakhia posted on 2/6/18

Dear Charlene, Bonnie, Red and family, I now receive the Clay County Free Press and read Paul's obituary. I am sorry for your loss. He had a very outstanding life with his families and his career especially serving our county for 20 years for which I thank him. Hopefully we will see each other again someday. Sincerely, Ellakay Lakhia

 

Cherriann King posted on 2/6/18

Mary, I was sorry to learn of Richard's passing. We will all miss his smiling face and his friendly chatter. You have my deepest sympathy for your loss. After losing my husband of 46 years, I know how hard this is for you. If I can help in any way, please let me know.

 

Valerie Pickard posted on 2/4/18

I have so many fond and treasured memories of Melissa. My love, prayers and condolences are with Melissa's many friends and loving family. She was a kind, loving, funny, sincere & beautiful young woman. She will be greatly missed and never forgotten!

 

Thelma posted on 2/4/18

My family and I wish to express our condolences to the entire Williams family. He was a long time friend of mine. Thelma from Chester, VA

 

Sean hale posted on 2/4/18

Wow I can't even believe this news. I remember back in middle school when you used to call my house phone all the time and we would talk for hours. You truly will be missed

 

Deborah Shreeves posted on 2/3/18

So sorry for your loss. We thought a lot of Johnny, had a lot of fond memories with him. Bubba and Deborah Shreeves

 

Rick Boyle posted on 2/3/18

Aunt Jackie was such a bright spot in all of my memories of Her. Her and Dad ( Spike ) were the most uplifting people I have ever known. Their lives were filled with challenges that sometimes just seemed unfair but you could hardly notice it. you would still see the same big smiles, heart warming laughter and the most incredible hugs in the world! This was always a mystery to me and will be so missed. What a gift They have. Lucky God. Love Forever !!! Rick Barb and Boys

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 2/3/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Hope Boyle posted on 2/3/18

Aunt Jackie was an amazing woman with a heart of gold. I admired her in many ways. She was always so easy to talk to and i loved listening to all her and Dad's childhood memories. You will forever be in our hearts Aunt Jackie. Love Hope, Bones and boys

 

Billy Boyle posted on 2/3/18

Aunt jackie was one of the biggest parts of my life , childhood and a huge parts my wife and childs lifes.. she was there when we became a family .. She was there at our wedding she helped me plan and suprise hopey on our wedding day.. She was there when i was brought home to carol and spike. She was alot more then an aunt she was my best friend ...i love you and will miss u.. Love Billy (bones) hopey izaiah and xzayvier Boyle

 

LaTayne Rothman and the VA surgical team posted on 2/3/18

With the greatest love compassion and respect the Amarillo VA surgical team has you in their uplifted hands in prayer. May God be with you and yours today tomorrow and forever. God bless you all.

 

Carol L Boyle posted on 2/2/18

Jackie was the most caring person I knew . Jackie loved our kids Ricky ,Mikey and Bones. We spent so many holidays and summers together .I now will miss my sister-inlaw .No more beaches,smoke hole just talking on the phone for hours we have done that Since Jackie moved to be with grandchildren. Jackie love you and will miss you say hi to my spike l will see you again .Maygod bless and care for you two . Love your sister in-law Carol Boyle

 

Darla Gregory and Kelly Wornell posted on 2/2/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. “What we have once enjoyed, we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes part of us.” Helen Keller

 

 

Rebecca (Becky) Seidman Winstead posted on 2/2/18

Uncle Junie, you will truly be missed!!! I have so many wonderful memories with you and you taking me on motorcycle rides with you. I always enjoyed when summer came to spend time out at grannies and having you their with us every moment. We would ride on the go cart through the fields....Good Times!!!! I have so many great childhood memories of you and our entire family. I wouldn't trade those memories for anything in the world. I love you! Rest Easy XXOO Rebecca (Becky) Seidman Winstead

 

Rebecca (Becky) Seidman Winstead posted on 2/2/18

Uncle Junie, you will truly be missed. I have so many wonderful memories of spending time with you. I loved spending time out at grannies in the summer and having you their with us every moment. I've got such wonderful childhood memories of all of our family get togethers.... those were the good times for sure!!! Love you Uncle Junie! Rest Easy XXXOOOO Rebecca (Becky) Seidman Winstead

 

Cathy & Bill Baber posted on 2/2/18

Candy/Brandy, I’m so sorry for you & your family. Your dad was an incredible person. I loved his sweet smile & giggle. Hold your memories close. Loving thoughts & prayers for your family.

 

Earl and Karen Waddell posted on 2/2/18

Candy and Brandy: Earl and I are so sorry about the loss of your dad. We know how much he loved you both. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family members

 

Earl and Karen Waddell posted on 2/2/18

Candy and Brandy, we are sorry about the loss of your dad. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family members. Earl & Karen Waddell

 

Lisa Moss posted on 2/2/18

It was a true honor and pleasure taking care of Mrs. Rodriguez. She was a very beautiful lady and taught me more about love and caring and how delicate life is. I feel like I’m a better person after being around her. I will truly miss her and seeing her face light up !

 

Lisa Moss posted on 2/2/18

It was my absolute honor and pleasure taking care of Mrs. Rodriguez. She was a saint in my eyes and I will NEVER forget her. Everyone was good in her eyes and she taught me how to be a better nurse and more importantly a better person. I will truly miss her!

 

Michael, Kimberly, Brandyn and Sawyer posted on 2/2/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family in this mournful time. Take joy and comfort in knowing that Bill is with his Lord. Have faith, that knowing this, will help during the sad and difficult times.

 

Lynn Clary Sehl posted on 2/2/18

So sorry Candy to hear about your dad. Just know he is smiling down at you.

 

Phyllis Nelson posted on 2/2/18

My condolences to the family

 

Debbie Acord posted on 2/2/18

Our thought and prayers go out to you and your family. May God wrap you in comfort and peace during this difficult time.

 

 

Betty J Sawyer posted on 2/2/18

Such a loving and dear friend. She will be missed.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 2/2/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

 

Crystal Day posted on 2/2/18

Rest peacefully, Galen. I was happy to know you for the time I did; though it wasnt long enough.

 

Al, Pat, Michael, Shawn, and Jon Rowsey posted on 2/1/18

Cindy and family, Melissa looked just like you when you were young. She was a beautiful woman. I know that this must be extremely hard after just losing Scott not too long ago. May God give you comfort during this great time of sorrow and loss. Love, Uncle Al and Aunt Pat

 

The Castelvecchis posted on 2/1/18

Requiescat in pace

 

Andy Ward posted on 2/1/18

I am truly sorry to hear of your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Andy Ward posted on 2/1/18

I am truly sorry to hear of your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Sincerely; Andy Ward

 

Billy Dale Coley posted on 2/1/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of sorrow. I worked with John and thought a lot of him. He helped me make a decision about the job and it was a great decision. i will always remember our days at Norfolk International Terminal. May God bless and comfort the family.

 

Brenda Toscano posted on 2/1/18

James & Elayne, So sorry for your loss. I remember as kids being at your house in Moyock on the weekend and all the fun times we had. I was always a little afraid of your dad as a kid though. Many good memories!!

 

Esteban Hernandez posted on 2/1/18

Dear Candy, You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Maria, Michael, Meredith and Miranda Hall posted on 2/1/18

We will remember her warmth and wit. The joy and love she showed at Amanda and Nathan's wedding will always be a wonderful memory. I cannot imagine how much she will be missed but we will never forget how she touched our lives.

 

C. Prince posted on 2/1/18

May the God of all comfort strengthen you at this most difficult time. Please accept my sincere condolences. May these verses give hope and comfort. Isaiah 33:24, Revelation 21:4 and John 5:28,29

 

C. Prince posted on 2/1/18

I am sorry to hear about your loss. Soon sicknes and death will end forever, a promise made in the Holy Scriptures at Isaiah 33:24 and Isaiah 25:8. May these verses bring you comfort. Please accept my sincere condolences

 

C. Prince posted on 2/1/18

May the God of all comfort continue to strenghten family and friends at this difficult time. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. Please accept my sincere condolences

 

 

Dan and Mary Hodges posted on 2/1/18

Your smile and laughter were warmer than sunshine. Thank You for being such an awesome neighbor Mz Wee.

 

Wally posted on 2/1/18

She will surely be missed, she was a pleasure to be around and able to talk and to and laugh with anytime with her, we will miss you..

 

Kim Jones Basnight posted on 2/1/18

Candy, I was very sorry to hear of your dad's passing. I know how much you loved him and my heart goes out to you and all your family. While it's a sad time right now I hope you will take comfort knowing he's in heaven with all those he loved that went before him and that one day you will be reunited with him too! You will be in my thoughts and prayers. Love you girlfriend!

 

 

Deborah Justice McCuiston posted on 2/1/18

Candy & Brandy, Ya'll have MY DEEPEST CONDOLENCES!!!❤ Your father was such an AMAZING Man! Everybody LOVED HIM!! He will be missed dearly. RIP JUNIE!!Say Hi to my DAD!

 

Ms Louise C Gaskins posted on 1/31/18

Mildred was a big part of our growing up at Central Baptist Church. Sorry to hear of her passing. The Carpenter Girls, Louise (Gaskins), Jane (Quales) & Sue (Quinn)

 

Chris & Dennis Thompson posted on 1/31/18

Candy, Our deepest symphony goes out to you and your family. Your father was a wonderful man and a true gentleman. Dennis and I are so happy that we able to meet him and spend time with him when he came to California. We know that he will be truly missed. Chris & Dennis

 

Justin posted on 1/31/18

My condolences go to the family of Mr.Hayden. It is never easy to cope with the loss of a loved one. But at Revelations 21:3,4 God promises that death will be no more. Imagine what a wonderful time that will be! I hope this message leaves you all with hope and comfort in the times to come.

 

Justin posted on 1/31/18

My condolences are with the family of Mr.Klotz. It is definitely never easy to cope with the loss of a loved one. But God does give us hope through the bible! At Revelations 21:3,4 God says that death will be no more, neither will mourning and outcry. I hope this message leaves you all with comfort in the times to come.

 

Shelia Midgett posted on 1/31/18

Uncle Junie I am sure gonna miss you and all your crazy ways and always wanting your picture taken.You were always the life of the party and always stealing my cake from everyone but that was you, and we still love you. You go fly to the heavens and be an angel and R.I.P. because you sure lived along wonderful life. God bless us all as yet we lose another family member.Always hold your loved one dear you never know when you won't see them the next hour. God bless and be with us all. Enjoy Heaven until we can meet again I love and miss you dearly.... Shelia

 

Jane Haddock posted on 1/31/18

I enjoyed working with you at the Sandbridge Bloom, Melissa! You were always SO sweet and friendly to everyone that you came across. Rest in heavenly peace, beautiful...<3 You will be truly missed here on this earth! Deepest condolences to the entire Haywood Family.

 

Peggy Mapes posted on 1/31/18

Mary, I am so sorry to hear the news about Richard. He was a good man. He will be truly missed and he will always be remembered. My Condolences.

 

Andrea Langford posted on 1/31/18

You don't know me but as one of Jehovah's Witnesses I have love for neighbor and it hurts to see all they go through with the sorrow and loss of a love one. I pray these few words bring you comfort and most of all your prayers and the prayers of those that love you comfort you too. Death is a sting and it hurts to the core, but knowing that we can always turn to the God of comfort mentioned at 2 Corinthian's 2:1-4 offers some relief. May knowing we have love for our neighbors when they experience a loss warm your heart. For information to help young and older ones to cope with grief please visit jw.org.

 

Andrea Langford posted on 1/31/18

You don't know me but as one of Jehovah's Witnesses I have love for neighbor and it hurts to see all they go through with the sorrow and loss of a love one. I pray these few words bring you comfort and most of all your prayers and the prayers of those that love you comfort you too. Death is a sting and it hurts to the core, but knowing that we can always turn to the God of comfort mentioned at 2 Corinthian's 2:1-4 offers some relief. May knowing we have love for our neighbors when they experience a loss warm your heart. For information to help young and older ones to cope with grief please visit jw.org.

 

Andrea Langford posted on 1/31/18

You don't know me but as one of Jehovah's Witnesses I have love for neighbor and it hurts to see all they go through with the sorrow and loss of a love one. I pray these few words bring you comfort and most of all your prayers and the prayers of those that love you comfort you too. Death is a sting and it hurts to the core, but knowing that we can always turn to the God of comfort mentioned at 2 Corinthian's 2:1-4 offers some relief. May knowing we have love for our neighbors when they experience a loss warm your heart. For information to help young and older ones to cope with grief please visit jw.org.

 

 

Amber Farmer posted on 1/31/18

I love and miss you mom!!

 

Melanie Alexander posted on 1/31/18

Sweet Melissa...I met you when you were just a little girl, you were always so happy and so much fun to be around. I cherish our memories together. I pray that your family can find peace during this time of such heartache. Till we meet again baby girl....

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 1/31/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Laura Oyler posted on 1/31/18

I am so sorry for your loss, Mary. You and Richard were married for a long time and had many happy memories I'm sure. Those memories will be what carry you through each day. Robert and I are here for you anytime you need it. Hugs from Illinois!

 

Darlene C Pick posted on 1/30/18

I first met Mary and then Richard when they came to work in the Farm Fresh corporate office. Mary and I both worked in the accounting department and Richard worked in the mail room and did other odd jobs around the offices. Our out of the office friendship began when I heard Mary talking about how she and Richard wanted to visit the lighthouses at Fort Story. They didn't own a car and were trying to figure out how to get there. I offered to drive them to Fort Story if they didn't mind my tagging along. We spent the day at the original lighthouse, climbing the stairs to the top and taking picture after picture of the views from the top of the lighthouse, and then stopping for dinner on the way back home. That first trip began a friendship that has continued thru the years. I'm deeply saddened by Richard's passing. His presence in my life will be truly missed. I pray that GOD will provide comfort, strength, and peace to Mary in the days ahead through her family and friends.

 

J.Byrd posted on 1/30/18

Happy birthday sweet boy. I know you're in a better place this year. Surrounded by people that love you. I just hope that when my work is done you'll save a spot for me at yur table. It's hard not 2 have u round, but just know yur always in my thoughts. I also promise to go foward with a very heavy heart and kindness to all just like you...Happy birthday..r.i.p.1.4.3.r.m.w..

 

John T. Early, Jr. posted on 1/30/18

I had the privilege to meet Miss Shiflet about fifty (50) years ago. I remember her as a dedicated public servant and, more importantly, one who was devoted to and beloved by the Shiflet and Lewis families. No doubt she is now resting in the arms of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. I offer my prayers to all concerned.

 

Brenda posted on 1/30/18

Ms. Mary as I will always call her, was a a loving and good person to all that she meet. I thank her for taking my son as her own. God takes those he loves and are ready to meet Him. Family take comfort in knowing she is at rest. Praying continuously for your peace.

 

Donnie and Susan Borte posted on 1/29/18

Our sincere condolences to the entire Peluso family. We all have our good qualities and our demons. May Felix now RIP. May his loved ones find peace in good memories.

 

Donnie and Susan Borte posted on 1/29/18

Our sincere condolences to all of the Peluso family. We all have our good qualities and our demons. May Felix now RIP.

 

S. Tyler posted on 1/28/18

Please accept my sincere sympathy. The Holy Scriptures say that a person who lives for 80 years is especially strong. (Psalm 90:10) What a privilege that your loved one lived for 96 years. Take comfort in God's promise to comfort you during this difficult time. Draw close to God in prayer and he will draw close to you. (James 4:8)

 

Pamela Sieminski posted on 1/28/18

Jesus is the healer of broken hearts and lives. Let Him make Him Self real to you. He will lift you up and help you to go through.

 

 

Pamela Sieminski posted on 1/28/18

Papa Felix always had a smile or a proverb to share, no matter the struggle he himself was having. . . . Keep smiling my friend I will miss you ~ till we meet again.

 

 

rosemary harris-key posted on 1/28/18

My Auntie( my moms baby sis) known to me as Sister

 

Dorothy Smith posted on 1/28/18

I will miss Tutta so much. She always had a sweet smile on her face when she saw me. She made me feel so welcome at all her family events. I'm thankful that I got to know you here on earth and can't wait to see you in heaven.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 1/28/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

terrie posted on 1/27/18

Our Tuta was able to have a special closeness with each of her nieces and nephews, and many others. she had a way of making every one of us feel special without exception!!... we all KNEW we were her favorite:)!

 

terrie posted on 1/27/18

Our Tuta was able to establish a special closeness with each child in the family and many others lives she touched. . she had a way of making every one of us feel special without exception!!... we all KNEW we were her favorite.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 1/27/18

SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS!

 

Mackenzie Sorensen posted on 1/26/18

I was sorry to learn of the passing of Harold or Mr Geringer as I knew him. I was a young English secretary aged 19 who came over to work in his office on 52nd Street and Madison Avenue in 1972. It was quite daunting to leave my family at a young age and come to a big city in another country. He was always kind and welcoming to me and I enjoyed working there. I never forgot him . Condolences to the family.

 

Erica posted on 1/26/18

My first memory was of camping way back when....we must have been no more than 9-10 years old. Time flies and life sometimes passes us by. I wish you peace and contentment, no more pain and no more sad days.

 

Fritz & Dominique Brothers posted on 1/26/18

We are very sorry for your loss.

 

Shirley L Jones posted on 1/26/18

My condolences to Joanne and the children may God continue to bless you all

 

Shirley L Jones posted on 1/26/18

My condolences to you Jo and the children may God continue to bless you all.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 1/26/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Mark Rutenber posted on 1/24/18

It was a great honor to meet Lt Davis and hear his experience aboard USS Iowa forty years prior to me reporting aboard her. His selfless service to our great country and his faithful attendance to honor our fallen shipmates at Iowa Point will not be forgotten. Rest easy shipmate, we have the watch now.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 1/24/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Gale C Wallace posted on 1/24/18

Sorry to hear of your loss, "May you have undeserved kindness and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ -2 Corinthians 1:2-4. Please visit, jw.org

 

Mar'Leta, Michael, Edith, and Elmer Jones' Family posted on 1/23/18

Our deepest condolences to you all, Turner family. David will always be thought of very fondly. Praying for your peace as he joins your parents in their heavenly oasis. His pain is over and he is home, but his light will shine forever in our hearts. God Bless you All!

 

 

Mar'Leta Jones posted on 1/23/18

David, you are a special soul who loved and lived life to the fullest. May you rest in peace as you will always be remembered as a friend.

 

Kee posted on 1/23/18

To the family, My deepest sympathy on the loss of David. May God bring you comfort at this difficult time as he knows your pain and is there when you need him. (Psalms 34:18, 2 Corinthians 1:3,4) Please accept my condolences and I hope you find comfort from those scriptures.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 1/23/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Frederick R. Dixon, PDDGHP 2 posted on 1/23/18

Rest in peace, Excellent Companion Davis. You were a superb Freemason.

 

Rebecca Todd Howard posted on 1/22/18

My heartfelt sympathy on the loss of your mother. She and your father were dear friends of my parents and shared many good times together, as well as many years of service to their church and to the betterment of all. I know you miss your parents, as I do mine. They were such good and caring people. With love and sympathy, Rebecca Todd Howard

 

Pat Jones posted on 1/22/18

Jim, I will miss talking with you about the times we were among a group of us singles attending the PWP dances. We had such a great time, and you as well as Donna, Deanie, and Geri came to my house for an "after Thanksgiving Day" dinner. What fun. I will miss you greatly, Friend. You were always kind, generous and thoughtful

 

Williams Family posted on 1/22/18

Condolences to the Smith family. Our thoughts and prayers go out to your whole family. Psalms 147:3 says God, "heals the broken hearted, and binds up their wounds." May God bring you comfort and peace.

 

Charles Helton posted on 1/22/18

I would like to express my sorrow and condolences to your family, it was an horor to have known Leslie.

 

Marcella Williams posted on 1/22/18

From my family to yours, our deepest condolences upon Henry's passing.

 

Marcella Williams posted on 1/22/18

Keeping the family in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

 

Marcella Williams posted on 1/22/18

My deepest condolences to friends and family at this difficult time.

 

Marcella Williams posted on 1/22/18

Praying for friends and family during this difficult time.

 

Peggy Robinson Gross posted on 1/22/18

I was 15 years old and my parents and I attended the primitive Baptist church in plant city fla. Ed and his mother attended the same church. Ed tried to get my parents to allow me to date him but I was to young. He was in the military and lived in Honeland. He wrote me and I have beautiful pictures of him in uniform. I’ve slwsysfi wondered what happened to him. He was a really nice and caring person. May he RIP

 

Sherri Powell Brice posted on 1/22/18

Jimmy, James, Mike, and family, When I think back to when I was a child, there's not a time that you all were not a part of my memories. Your mom was like a second mom to me and I loved her dearly. I can still hear her voice and her laugh. I will hold her in my heart forever. Each of you have my sincerest condolences and prayers.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 1/22/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

Michelle Ramos Tester posted on 1/22/18

I'm so sorry for your loss. Gone too soon

 

Jeff Carter posted on 1/21/18

Sorry for your loss..our prayers are with you

 

 

Lynnette Treakle Kirkbride posted on 1/21/18

So sorry for your loss. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers. Your mom was truly a blessing and will always remain in our hearts and minds

 

Michael Johnson posted on 1/21/18

Deborah it's been a pleasure to know, talk to and support you in your life here on earth. I will miss you voice, your smile and hear you singing "Purple Rain" and as I hear that song I'll remember the smile on your face as you sang along. You were always a angel of God and he called you home to give you your wings. You deserve them! Rest in Heaven.

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 1/21/18

My deepest condolences to Mr. Ken and Ms. Jennifer. Please let me know if I can do anything for you.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 1/21/18

SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS!

 

Mark Schneider posted on 1/20/18

We met the first day of class, sophomore year, at Stevens. For the three remaining years at school we lived a few doors away from each other on The Ship. We did some crazy things, and bonded like brothers. After graduation, we were geographically separated but managed to get together, periodically, for more adventures. As the years passed, the physical distance, and our different life paths, managed to dilute our friendship but can never erase the indelible mark that Howard Alan Rhodes, Jr. has left on me. RIP, old buddy.

 

Sandra Clarke posted on 1/20/18

Dear Rick... Your mom was best friends with mine, Helen. Pat was always a pleasure to visit with, and funny! Prayers to you and yours. Sandra Clarke

 

Betty Tucker posted on 1/20/18

Rick & Family, We are going to miss your sweet Moms smile & cheerful greetings as we share your loss. May happier times continue to bring you comfort. With our sincere sympathy, Biggie & betty Tucker

 

 

Lynn Epps posted on 1/20/18

Dear Rick and family, I am so sorry for your loss, but hope your treasured memories of your beloved mom will keep her close forever. With my deepest sympathy, Lynn

 

Pastor Jr. Johnson posted on 1/20/18

We had some go times together at Berhany FWB Church i know you will be missed by all. I know we have the knowledge that we will see you again in heaven.Not good by but See you later.

 

Richard E and Sherry Beason posted on 1/19/18

I have such fond memories of Jimmy, he was a Shepard for our family, My son Richard Jr, (Ted) Beason adored Jimmy and used him as a standard for pastors, most he found lacking. I just found out about Jimmy's passing I was searching for him because I wanted to tell Jimmy of my son's death due to cancer, Now knowing the two of them are reunited I feel better about my son's journey. My God bless and keep the family and friends of this dear man.

 

 

Buddy Maztin posted on 1/19/18

Al has been there for American Legion Family and especially for me over the years. The American Legion and the Sons of The American Legion are better organizations because because of his involvement.

 

 

Marcia Slossrt posted on 1/19/18

Rest in Peace, Sandra. Your past few years have been difficult for you. But you have many family members and friends who will miss you.

 

Arnel Custodio posted on 1/19/18

You left us too early, Galen! Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

 

 

Jackie Vaughn posted on 1/19/18

Our time working together at the MacThrift Motor Inn.

 

Jackie Vaughn posted on 1/19/18

My dear friend. I am so going to miss you, a good soul has ascended to heaven. I am going to miss your planting /cooking tips. You just don't know how good of a friend you were. Darlene, you were an amazing woman. Bill, my heart aches for you. Just know that I am here for you. My prayers go out to you and the rest of the family. May God give you strength and comfort during your time of grieving. Rest in paradise, my dear friend.

 

Rick Marinari posted on 1/19/18

Condolences to the Rhodes family. Al and myself go back many years. Too many to admit to. Al was always willing to help out whenever he could - even long distance from Virginia Beach. His shoes will be hard to fill. Rick & Mary Marinari

 

Michelle Hedger posted on 1/19/18

I am so sorry for your loss. My sincere condolences to you and your family.

 

Pat Biron posted on 1/19/18

Al was a good man and friend. He worked with many people in the Hampton Roads area for a number of years and will be dearly missed. He recently completed consultant work for the City of Newport News and he was extremely experienced and talented. I learned a lot from him during our radio systems upgrade and my preference was this "I want Al Rhodes as our consultant" Thanks to you Al and to all who made this happen. Most of all, he was a friend. One last thing to bring a smile to those who read this. Me and Al gave each other the bird from time to time... His is the Baltimore Ravens and mine is the Philadelphia Eagles. Rest well my friend.

 

Adam Nelson posted on 1/19/18

Al was the first person I met when I moved to the east coast. He trained me on my job - the same job I've had for 14 years. We hung out at football games, baseball games, and professional events. My wife and I developed a friendship with Al through the years, and he always brought a smile to our faces. I'll always remember how well-liked he was amongst the people he spent time with. Rest in peace Al - you will be missed.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 1/19/18

Sorry For Your Loss!

 

rosie and friends posted on 1/19/18

we had never heard of this man before until earlier today we saw him on the internet, we were shocked and very sorry for the loss...much love to family and friends love to all x♡

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 1/19/18

SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS!

 

Susan Perry posted on 1/19/18

Pat, I am so sorry for your loss. Henry was such a great man and my thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Angela M Anderson posted on 1/18/18

To Al's Family: Al was a very funny/humorous person. I will miss his kindness and thoughtful and especially his annual birthday cards to me "just to keep in touch"! Al, I for one will not forget you my friend!

 

Ronald F. Bosco posted on 1/18/18

I knew Al Rhodes for 50 years. We met during our freshman year in college and remained close friends ever since. We did a lot of crazy things together as teenagers, matured together in our twenties, and shared life’s experiences throughout our lives up until the week he passed away. Al joined our firm, Federal Engineering, in 1991. He made countless contributions to the firm over his 25+ year career and contributed to many public safety communications systems for first responders. Our customers loved Al and respected his knowledge and attention to detail. Al Rhodes was a fine man. He was always happy, good natured, and had a great sense of humor. The man did not have a mean bone in his body. Al, you were part of my life for most of my life. I will miss you and you will truly be missed by many. May you rest in peace and may joy be with you throughout eternity.

 

Xiomara Lebron posted on 1/18/18

My deepest sympathies for your lost. I had the pleasure of working with him at P64. He always had a smile on his face and a Pepsi in hand. He will be missed. Rest in piece Mr. Hamm.

 

M.H. posted on 1/18/18

My deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Jeannette may you cherish the time you spent together and keep her close to your hearts. Psalm 130:1,2

 

 

Judy Whitley posted on 1/18/18

Martha and Lucy, I am sorry for the loss of your mom. She was surely kind, very intelligent and had the most gorgeous eyes! They seemed to sparkle when she was in a conversation. I wish peace and love to you and all of your family members.

 

Dottie F. Crocker posted on 1/18/18

I am sorry for your loss. May memories keep your mother close always. Peace and comfort to all.

 

 

Wayne & Mary Bergmann posted on 1/18/18

RIP Al you surely will be missed sending prayers to the family during this difficult time.

 

Curt Shaffer posted on 1/18/18

Such a sad time. Al will certainly be missed. As a professional, he was tireless in his efforts and worked hard to improve public safety emergency communications in a number of cities in the Hampton Roads region. As a friend, I will miss him. He was always a source of inspiration and resolve. He always remained positive when things seemed at an impass. God Bless.

 

Jeanette Barr posted on 1/18/18

We had many laughs and a lot of good times at the MacThrift. Rest in Peace my friend!

 

Garland Harris posted on 1/18/18

Larry and Evonne, I am so sorry to hear that Jeannette had passed away and I know you were hoping that Jeannette would be healed..well she has s new body now no more pain she is where all Christians long to be....in the arms of Jesus.

 

 

SANDRA OBRIEN posted on 1/18/18

Rest in peace Al. You will truly be missed, my thoughts and prayers to your family and friends. You always had a smile on your face.

 

Elizabeth Harris posted on 1/18/18

I will miss you my friend, your many acts of kindness meant more than you knew.

 

Jay Whitehead posted on 1/18/18

I am so sorry for your loss.I will keep you and your family in my prayers.If you need anything please let me know.

 

Keisha Sharpe posted on 1/18/18

Deborah I truly do miss you. I really enjoyed being one of your many caregivers. You have made me smile and also made me cry. I will miss you telling me ''Ima tell TRACEY and My Grandma"on you. I love you Deborah Deborah REST IN HEAVEN GLORY TO GOD NO MORE PAIN

 

Ann E. Edmond-Moore posted on 1/18/18

Deborah you are truly missed. Enjoy your loved ones for whom you always spoke. We love you but God loved you more and decided it was time for you to come home. Rest in peace.

 

Norman David Soroko posted on 1/18/18

In memory of your beloved daughter. I can not imagine what you both are going through at this time. my hear goes out to you and and your son in-law and pray as time goes by, the healing process will begin. Much love.

 

Shannon cowles posted on 1/18/18

I’m going to miss singing and dancing to Beyoncé with you pretending that we are at one of her concerts while drinking coke with ice .

 

Bill & Karen Sittig posted on 1/18/18

How difficult it is to say goodbye to those we love so much. But, we can give all our sorrows to the one who can heal our broken hearts. Jeanette is resting in the arms of Jesus. We pray that God will be with each of you and that His presence will make a difference. Loving prayers we send to you. Bill and Karen Sittig

 

Johnee Linda Stein Miller posted on 1/18/18

Diane, I’m so very sorry for the loss of your mother. She sounds like amazing woman. Sending prayers and healing thoughts during this difficult time.

 

Johnee Linda Stein Miller posted on 1/18/18

Diane, I’m so very sorry for the loss of your mother. She sounds like she was an amazing woman. Sending prayers and healing thoughts your way for you and your family.

 

Richard and Margaret Ulrey posted on 1/18/18

It was our honor to know her.

 

Richard and Margaret Ulrey posted on 1/18/18

She was a dynamo. A great mother and grandmother. It was our honor to have known her.

 

Carol Railey posted on 1/18/18

To the family So sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.

 

Jeannie Weissman Meadows posted on 1/17/18

joclare... I just read about Mike's passing. I am so sorry for your loss. Please contact me.

 

Theresa Pecsek posted on 1/17/18

A strong woman with a ready laugh and a stern word when needed. I know you will all miss her. Will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

 

James Burnham Jr. posted on 1/17/18

May the Lord accept you in his kingdom for your eternal rest and know that we will always remember you in our hearts. Rest In Peace,

 

Mark, Amanda Matt& Michelle Thompson posted on 1/17/18

In 2000 we moved to Vivian Avenue in Norfolk and this is where we first met Mikey one of my favorite memories was when he went to Ohio with us but the car broke down just outside of Williamsburg we got towed on the interstate sitting in the car we stayed at a hotel while they fixed it went swimming just had a blast do this kid for such a long time I'm so so so sorry about what happened you are in my prayers all of you God bless

 

obituaries posted on 1/17/18

Larry, Evonne and family, I am so sorry for your loss. My sincerest condolences go out to you during this time. You continue to be in my thoughts and prayers. ~ Susan Perry

 

Tracey King posted on 1/17/18

There is so much I can say about my sweet angel. Deborah to know you, was to love you, and I will never forget you. I will always cherish the beautiful memories we made together.

 

Maria Ricks posted on 1/17/18

I am really going to miss you Deborah. You were so inspiring to me because you never let go of the memories you had for your family. You constantly talked about your mother, father and grandmother. May her soul forever rest with the Lord.

 

Denisha Reid posted on 1/17/18

You will always be remembered always and forever! REST Well , looking forward to seeing you in the resurrection John 5:28,29 Isaiah 33:24

 

Linda Parron Rice posted on 1/17/18

Much love for your family and many prayers. Sorry for your loss.

 

Thomas and Cynthia Delery posted on 1/17/18

Prayers for the family, and especially for our dear friend Kimberly Querry....Your Dad will always be with you!

 

Kevin Murphy posted on 1/17/18

Condolences and prayers for the family

 

Jennie Johnson Holland posted on 1/17/18

So very your loss, may the knowledge that your mom is now resting in our Heavenly Fathers arms bring you loving peace

 

Christy Thiemens posted on 1/17/18

I loved you Aunt Fran. I will never forget you. You were always so kind and caring. My deepest sympathy to the entire family from the Thiemens Family

 

Jennifer Mascardo posted on 1/17/18

I am so sorry for your loss.

 

C. Prince posted on 1/17/18

I am sorry to hear about your loss. May the God of all comfort strengthen you at this most difficult time. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. Please accept my sincere condolences

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 1/17/18

SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS!

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 1/17/18

SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS!

 

Ann Garrett Rebman posted on 1/17/18

A wonderful lady .Always kind to everyone

 

Ann Garrett Rebman posted on 1/17/18

A wonderful lady always kind to everyone

 

Roni and Robert Watkins posted on 1/17/18

We loved Mr. Jim immensely. He was loved and known by everyone in the neighborhood. He can never be replaced in our hearts.

 

Roni and Robert Watkins posted on 1/17/18

Mr. Jim was one of a kind. The best next door neighbor anyone could have. Such a kind, sweet man with an amazing amount of compassion. We loved him immensely.

 

Amanda Reynolds posted on 1/17/18

Mike was such a great guy he loved snapper to pieces that was his baby Christy was his heart he is in a better place in the sky playing all the video games he want. The good die young god be with all who knew Mike an help his family threw this hard time. He will always be with us Never forgotten.

 

 

Carol Archer posted on 1/17/18

Thinking of you Anna,I Love You and my heart aches for you...I am so sorry for the loss of your dear son.

 

Glenda posted on 1/16/18

I am so sorry for your. Ioss so young Please accept my condolences God promise to Resurrection the dead Act 24:15 John 5:28, 29

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 1/16/18

Sorry FOR YOUR LOSS!

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 1/16/18

SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS!

 

 

Crystal posted on 1/16/18

I love you so much & miss you dearly braddah Mark.

 

Ted Warren posted on 1/16/18

Jane, I was just thinking of ya'll and looked for John on FB and saw your son's post. So sorry for your loss, we had some good times back in the old DynaFax days. Condolences to you and your family.

 

 

Joan & Bob Behnke posted on 1/15/18

So sorry for your loss. Aunt Eleanor was the best aunt and I will miss her dearly. Loved talking to her every week and mailing all her news about the Philadelphia sports, we always ended our conversations with I love you aunt Eleanor . Rest in peace and know Pat and kids that you have special angels watching over you now and forever.. Rest in Peace Aunt Eleanor. I will miss you❤️❤️❤️

 

 

Stephanie & Dennis Bryant posted on 1/15/18

Deloris my dad, Loretta and I will miss Kathleen. We enjoyed her visits. The last time daddy spoke to her he was trying to get her back down for a week or two. She promised to come as soon as the weather was warm. We had some fun shopping trips and a lot of laughs. The stories her and granny and daddy would tell were fantastic. My dad would always talk about your dad making spaghetti and meatballs and how much he enjoyed that. That particular story would make Kathleen laugh. She will be missed dearly Deloris and she'll never be forgotten. She loved you so very much and you took such wonderful care of her. She is in our hearts forever and just know we are thinking of you and you are in our prayers. If you need or want anything you know were here. We love you. Kathleen we love you sweet woman.

 

Tracey Swindle posted on 1/15/18

Memories of Memaw vary over a 17 year span but, I do know one thing, she had a heart of silly puddy. When we hurt, she hurt. Through hurricanes, financial problems, animal emergencies, animal deaths, family drama, and family deaths. God knows we had our share. She hunkered down and endured what ever came our way, so as to get through it. She was a tough but, loving woman. Memaw did not have an easy early life but, she did not let that keep her from feeling joy. When something hit her funny bone, she would laugh until she had tears. Laughing came easily. She loved her family with everything she was and is, an angel. She is pain free now and is in heaven with God, which is exactly where she deserves to be. Memaw, you were an exceptional human. Now, you are an angelic being in God's amazing Grace. We will see you on the other side.

 

Len and Judy Paduano posted on 1/15/18

Judie: Brent was a shining light in your world and we were very proud to have met him over 20 years ago and got to spend time with you two over the years.

 

Patti Pluess posted on 1/15/18

I graduated from high school with Sam and am so sorry to hear of her death. My prayers are with the family.

 

Bill Wicks posted on 1/15/18

Brent was a tremendous educator and person!! Condolences to you Judy.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 1/15/18

SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS!

 

Marion White posted on 1/15/18

Lynn, I am sorry to hear about the passing of your son. I pray that God comfort you and your family during this time and for the days to come.

 

Ezell posted on 1/15/18

Happy birthday you forever be in my memory

 

Maria Irlinger, Sr. Executive Director posted on 1/14/18

It was an honor to care for your Mom. Thank you for sharing her with us. Lovingly, The Team of GEORGIAN MANOR.

 

Wayne Mitchell posted on 1/14/18

Our dear friend Dee and family, we are so sorry for the loss of your beloved mother. Our hearts ache for you all during this tragic time. May God bless and comfort you as only he can. Carol and I love you dearly, and are here for you now and always. You remain in our hearts and in our prayers -

 

Brenda Toscano posted on 1/14/18

Judie, I was so sorry to hear about Brent. My thoughts are with you at this difficult time.

 

Susan Avery Picket posted on 1/14/18

Ken, Carmen girls and families. My sincere condolences to you all on the loss of Ken's mom. My prayers for comfort go with you.

 

Lorraine and Tyrone Washington posted on 1/14/18

Dee, my friend, I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your mother. We talked often about her and I know how much you enjoyed and loved her being with you. Although this is a very difficult time for you, just remember she is in God's hand and free of pain. Cherish those precious memories. You and your family are in my prayers. Lorraine Washington

 

 

Mary Lusung posted on 1/14/18

Rest in Peace

 

 

Kevin Noon posted on 1/14/18

Thank you for telling me how much you loved me before you left this earth. You gave me the best women a man could ever want for my wife. I miss you Mom.

 

Patricia Bailey posted on 1/14/18

Lynn: Our prayers and love to you and your family. Always Patty Bailey & Mary Treynor.

 

Thomas & Libby Widgeon posted on 1/14/18

SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS!

 

Berneda Wilson posted on 1/13/18

Joanne, so sorry for your loss. Keeping you and your family in prayer.

 

Berneda Wilson posted on 1/13/18

Joanne, I am so sorry for your loss. Keeping you and your family in prayer.

 

Dorothy Martinsen posted on 1/13/18

Dear Theresa, Joey, and family. My deepest sympathies on the loss of your beloved mother/grandmother Helene. Your love for her shined though and it was there for all to see.

 

Pat Skopal posted on 1/13/18

Our deep condolences to the family of Mrs. Wondergems. Ken and Carmen are neighbors of ours and are wonderful people. God bless all of you. Ed and Pat Skopal

 

 

Phyllis Pinyatello posted on 1/13/18

I will miss you sweet lady!!!

 

 

Phyllis Pinyatello posted on 1/13/18

I will miss seeing you sweet lady!!!

 

debra schultz posted on 1/13/18

Dear Mrs. Stottlemyer, and family, May the God of Peace comfort you at this time. Debbie Schultz, friend of your grandson Eric

 

Malvern Brandt posted on 1/13/18

Lou and family, So sorry to read about Don's passing in today's paper. I'll miss seeing him and the boys working on their various cars. My prayers are with you all. Your neighbor, Malvern

 

Williams Family posted on 1/13/18

To the family, you have our sincere condolences on the loss of your mother. We know this is a difficult time for the family; however our Heavenly Father invites you to lean on him during your time of sorrow. (Psalm 55:22) Pray to Him for strength to make it through your time of sadness. He will listen and give you what you need to cope with your loss.

 

 

Michael & Pamela Wells posted on 1/13/18

Joanne, we are so sorry for your loss of your mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family....

 

Lois Williams posted on 1/13/18

My heart is saddened by the ongoing of Rose, Her husband Roy worked with my husband Herman for many years at United Insurance Company. We had many good times together, She truly was an elegant lady. Many prayers of comfort for the family, She is now with the love of her life.

 

Susan Williams posted on 1/12/18

David was a kind and helpful neighbor. Always had a kind word and a smile. He was a talent musician as well as a good person. He will be missed. Love and blessings to his family and friends.

 

Ann Richardson posted on 1/12/18

I meet Sis. Gibson some (20)) years ago when My at the time 3 Little girls and I moved here from My hometown New York. Newly baptize and concerned about moving away from my two spiritual teachers my younger Fleshly Sister and spouse was stationed here already. My sister introduce me to all the friends that where spiritually strong and that would really match my personality. Well Sis. Gibson was one of those friends. She at times always was upfront and honest, but what drew me close to her was her just " being real" we all have a pass and once she shared hers I knew I'd develop a special love for her and that soft voice and pleasant smile. She will sadly be missed but only for a little while. But I know Jehovah has her in his memory and will remember every detail about her and bring her back again when the time is right. See ya for now MoMA Gibson

 

Susan Holloway Spencer posted on 1/12/18

I remember the first time I met Rose and her beautiful smile and how welcome she made Me feel in her home like we were old friends...I am sure she left an impact on every life she touched...she will truly be missed...

 

Cynthia Chappell posted on 1/12/18

My condolences go out to my cousins and family. May God bring you comfort in your time of need. It brings sadness to my heart but she is at peace and she has truly earned her wings. I will greatly miss her but I have wonderful memories forever and have been blessed to have had her in my life. Rest In Peace Love You Cynthia Chappell

 

Cindee S Bagwell posted on 1/12/18

Kim, so sorry for the loss of the love of your life. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

 

DEBBIE COUROUNIS posted on 1/12/18

DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO THE PRICE FAMILY. JACKIE WILL BE DEEPLY MISSED AND ALWAYS IN OUR THOUGHTS.

 

 

Barbara Tucker posted on 1/12/18

You were a tough lady....I miss you already.

 

 

Dena posted on 1/12/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Peak family. May God watch over and comfort them during this difficult time and always. With Much Love. Dena

 

 

The Cottle Family posted on 1/11/18

RIP , good neighbor and friend.

 

The Cottle Family posted on 1/11/18

My deepest sympathies to the Hamm family. My heart is heavy to hear the sad news. "Hamm" was a great neighbor and always had a smile and wave for everyone. He was always nice to the kids in the neighborhood. He will be missed by all of us that have known him over the years.

 

Pat Hinners posted on 1/11/18

Prayers and thoughts to Jason, Jarrett, and the rest of the family. Growing up accross the street from the Hamm's, I have a lot of fond and very funny memories of Lyndy. Fast cars, plenty of fireworks, and lot's of fun. Great times indeed. Rest in peace Mr. Hamm.

 

Larry Kagan MD (ret) posted on 1/11/18

As the former family physician of both Mr. and Mrs. Price, I just wanted to express my condolences and sympathies to the family on the passing of Jackie. I have many memories of their office visits with me over the years. I still have several of the items Mr Price made for me. May they both rest in peace. I know Mrs. Price is back with her husband and happy again.

 

Dottie VanArnam posted on 1/11/18

My condolences to Helene's entire family. I have known Helene for a long time. She was my son's kindergarten bus driver many many years ago & I had Meagan in my kindergarten class also many years ago at King's Grant. She was a loving woman who spoke of her family with love and pride.

 

Victoria Hewitt posted on 1/11/18

I will never forget our road trips to Kentucky, Camping out, pool parties & beach days! you will be missed my friend-Go rest high on that mountain

 

Martha McIntyre Conner posted on 1/11/18

Kim, so very sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my prayers.

 

Louise mccourt posted on 1/11/18

Sorry for your loss of such a wonderful man, he suceeded at so much in his short life, and most important he was loved.

 

 

Debbie Colon posted on 1/11/18

My condolences to the family. Hamm was a good co-worker all he worried was about his pepsi. Everything he just went with the flow. You will be missed. From your NEX TEAM

 

Adrian Gilbert posted on 1/10/18

Susan I’m sorry you are having to go through this all over again. I’m very sad to be trying to look up Rick and catch up on things and finding this out. I’m having trouble comprehending this as reality. Rick was a great guy and fun to hang out with. I wish I called him sooner.

 

Jeff and Jennifer Palmer posted on 1/10/18

Dear Sheila, Family and Friends, Please accept our sincere and heart-felt sympathies for your loss. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Although we were new-found friends through CBS, we so enjoyed our long conversations afterwards and looked forward to getting together after the holidays. Although perhaps physically weak, Steve's spiritual heart was tremendously strong. A true heroic warrior on the frontline, Steve's love for the Lord and passion for His Creation, and sharing that love and knowledge with God's people was so preciously evident in his speech and demeanor. HIs departure is our great loss, and we will have to wait to continue our conversations. As I write this I take some comfort in knowing that Steve is able to experience so much more of God's glory now, and now has all the answers to our questions. Steve, Thank you, brother, for fighting the great fight of faith, and having such tremendous impact on so many of us. Well done, Steve, well done! You will be sorely missed! See you on the other side! With love and respect, Jeff and Jennifer Palmer (I pray this is received in which it is intended as I don't write in public forums.)

 

Jim Long posted on 1/10/18

Dearest Jesus, who wept at the death of your friend and taught that they who mourn shall be comforted, grant us the comfort of your presence in our loss. Send Your Holy Spirit to comfort Dudley and his family. Send Your Spirit to give them courage lest through sorrow they are tempted to recoil from living. Send Your Spirit to bring them your abiding peace lest regret take root in their hearts. The Lord has given. The Lord has taken away. Blessed be the name of the Lord. Amen.

 

Kitty Johnson posted on 1/10/18

MY deepest sympathey to all the family, Lyndy was a great neighbor to have, he was always there to help someone when needed. He loved having fun and was proud of his sons and his grandson. Loosing a loved one is hard, keep those good memories in your hearts, and love and take care of each other through this difficult time.

 

 

Donna L Freitag posted on 1/9/18

He was always wonderful to all the kids when we came for holidays especially Halloween.

 

Brandi posted on 1/9/18

I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Mr. Schwartz. He was one of my favorite teachers I've ever had, always willing to go the extra mile to help his students learn. Just a wonderful guy in general. To Kevin & family, you're in my thoughts during this difficult time.

 

Pelican Watch posted on 1/9/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time. Rest in peace Lyndon.

 

Laura Alexandra posted on 1/9/18

Your mom was always so much fun..as all of you are! I am sorry for your loss but she will be with each of you in spirit..so try and behave!

 

 

College Square Apartments posted on 1/9/18

Rest in Peace!

 

 

cheryl lan posted on 1/9/18

my mother inlaw was great she will be missed

 

 

cheryl lan posted on 1/9/18

my mother in law was great she will be missed a lot

 

Josh Boyd posted on 1/9/18

I am deeply sorry to hear about the loss of Mr. Schwartz. He was my chemistry teacher junior year of high school and had an outstanding personality. He loved teaching and especially loved the crimson tide. My condolences go out to the entire family.

 

 

Jennifer Berglund Sayers posted on 1/9/18

What a Beautiful video!! My deepest sympathies. Your loss is immeasurable, but so is the life and love she has left behind.

 

Danny Johnson posted on 1/9/18

I'm so very sorry for the loss of your mother. Praying for your family

 

Danny Johnson posted on 1/9/18

I'm so very sorry for the loss of your mother. Praying for all of your family.

 

Gwen Ellis posted on 1/8/18

Dudley, we are deeply sorry to hear of the passing of Sam. She was very dear to both of us. Our prayers are with you and the family during this time of sorrow; but we both know the Master Healer on a personal basis. He is there for you to depend on and to to provide comfort and solace. Zachary, Gwen and The Ellis Company family.

 

Michael Saunders MacQuarrie ( Peggy son) posted on 1/8/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May God bless Sam and your family.

 

John Andrews posted on 1/8/18

Wow, I'm so sorry for your loss. Mr. Scwartz was a kind and sincere teacher. I was lucky to have him for Chemistry during 11th grade....thank goodness for that! Chemistry is a challenging subject but he tried his best to make it relatable to the class. Most importantly, he showed the entire class a ton of patience....we were a rowdy bunch of kids at James Monroe High. Thank you for being a servant to the youth.

 

John johnson posted on 1/7/18

A true and generous friend. A a real gentleman!

 

John johnson posted on 1/7/18

A true friend. A generous

 

Jeannie Weissman Meadows posted on 1/7/18

JoClare I just learned of Michael's passing and am so sorry for your loss. I would love to hear from you ...

 

Jeannie Weissman Meadows posted on 1/7/18

JoClare I just heard about Michael's death. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

David Bucy posted on 1/7/18

Dearest Paul family my sincerest condolences and prayers for you on the loss of David. He was a blast to grow up with, Great Surfer and Musician and Kind Soul. You will be missed by many my friend. The entire Bucy family will be there in spirt. Love and miss you all.

 

Ted and Southard Burr posted on 1/7/18

Dear Dudley, We were so sorry to hear of the loss of your wife, Lynn. Do Wish we had the privilege of knowing her. She is now in her eternal home with our Lord where there is no more suffering. We know your deep faith will give you and your family strength and comfort at this time of loss. Please know we are praying for you to be filled with God's love and peace. With our deepest sympathy and love, Ted and Southard Burr

 

Carolyn Dews posted on 1/7/18

Mac and I were so sorry to learn about Sam. Some of our fondest memories are being with the "old" gang at the VARC conventions. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Carolyn

 

Doug Foley posted on 1/7/18

May you rest in peace Sam - you will be missed and remembered by your entire extended family.

 

Harvey J. Sorum posted on 1/7/18

My first introduction to "Sam" was at a reception hosted by the Virginia Association of Roofing Contractors (VARP) when Dudley Miles was elected to the president of the National Association of Roofing Contractors (NRCA). Dudley was paid many tributes but we didn't forget Sam with our tributes because she was the backbone of not only the Miles family but of J.D. Miles & Sons roofing corporation. She knew more about the roofing industry and how her company could contribute to the advancement of all roofing than just about anyone I know. When with a group discussing roofing, she didn't miss a beat voicing her opinion. Sam was an intricate part of any and all successful ventures regarding roofing. We will miss her very much. My prayers are with Dudley, J.D., and Sherri. Sam has to be proud of everything she did while on earth with us. She carried out God's purpose for her to the hilt and more. She is now with God free of pain but full of joy and peace. She is also looking for roofing opportunities in Heaven - she was the most persistence person I've ever know.

 

Megan McGuiness posted on 1/7/18

Many lasting memories...

 

tony taylor posted on 1/6/18

We loved our friend Dave,his music and his sense of humor we will miss him forever and beyond,you rock our world brother

 

Cindy Huff posted on 1/6/18

David was a bright light in my life, I will miss him terribly. Thankful for what I learned from David, he helped me more than he will ever know. He knew how to enjoy life and spread love and fun through his music. My condolences to Marianne, his dear father and family. Anything I can do please call me. ♡

 

Bill and Jean Johnson posted on 1/6/18

The world is a little darker today without Lyn. She was an NGH class mate of mine but a school mate at GBH of Bill . she was sweet gentle and kind. She will leave a cloud in her place but she is at peace now. You are in our prayers, Dudley along with both families.

 

 

Tina E Richardson posted on 1/6/18

Made some fun memories with you throughout theses years. Camping, Riding the Scooters, Holidays and Laughter. R.I.P. We Love Ya, Carlton & Tina

 

Michele Ernst posted on 1/6/18

My sincere condolences

 

Irene Whitbeck posted on 1/6/18

I am so sorry for the loss of such an incredible person and beautiful soul. I was in the same nursing class as Lynn & always remember what a sweet & gentle person she was. She fought the good battle with grace , determination & always with a smile on her face. She will be missed----- my thoughts & prayers are with the family during this very difficult time.

 

Debra Giles posted on 1/6/18

I adored my sister. She was so caring, loving , and genuine. Her accomplishments in life were phenomenal. She was a unbelievable nurse, mom , grand mom, and sister. I already miss our talks where we shared so many ideas. I will always love her and she will remain in my thoughts and heart forever

 

Anne Mortenson posted on 1/5/18

So sorry for your loss Dudley and you and the family are in my prayers

 

Peter Langlands posted on 1/5/18

Shelia, I am sorry this happened to you. Your lives together were just starting. I still remember spending time together at the company holiday party in 2016.

 

Lisa Hutchins posted on 1/5/18

Sheila, my prayers are with you during this difficult time. If you need anything, give me a call.

 

 

Carrie Ciliberto posted on 1/5/18

While I did not have the honor of knowing Madelynn... I know she is now with God and her love and light live on in her family and all whose lives she touched. With deepest sympathies.

 

Robert Boyd posted on 1/5/18

I know this is a tremendous lose to the family. My thoughts and prayers go out to you all.

 

Brenda S. Little posted on 1/5/18

Dear Dudley and family please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. I was a classmate and in the same class with Lynn at NGH. Our reunions will not be the same without her.

 

Patrick Moore posted on 1/5/18

Prayers

 

 

Tim Tate posted on 1/5/18

Dudley, Sherri, JD, and all the family, Sam was a beautiful person inside and out. She was a blessing to me during our Oaklette years, and raised wonderful children. Know that the Tates have been and will be praying for you. May the God of Resurrection Hope be powerfully present as you celebrate and remember God's gift of love shared through Sam. God bless you all.

 

Stan Opie posted on 1/5/18

Dudley and Family, You and Lynn were the only members of your family I was privileged to know up to this point. Your gift to us of our wedding pictures (09-15-73) and photo Album has been a precious thing to our family for over 44years. And the friendship that grew out of that connection has been better than the gift. Who knows what the two NGSN room mates (Phyllis & Lynn) may be doing now? One thing I believe their tears are wiped away and neither of them are hurting any more. 8 Stan (Late Phyllis Gesiewski, Hewitt) Opie

 

Sheila Martin posted on 1/5/18

Sherri, sorry for the loss of your mother. I wish I had known her - she looked like a lovely lady.

 

Amber Ogert posted on 1/5/18

Dear Dudley, our hearts are saddened by such sad news we pray for your comfort during this most difficult time.

 

Amber Ogert posted on 1/5/18

Amber

 

Craig Goldberg posted on 1/5/18

So sorry for your loss Sherri. I remember your mom always smiling and cheering you on at your many Cox high school athletic competitions. I hope fond memories provide some solace. I am thinking about you and your family. With sympathy, Craig Goldberg

 

Ellen Myers posted on 1/5/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you at this difficult time. Jim myeand Ellen Myers James Myers Company

 

Alma S Pangan posted on 1/5/18

Sheila, my deepest condolences. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

 

Joey Braudrick posted on 1/4/18

There's a very special place reserved in my heart where the memory of my sister Lynn lives. It's a place of peace and beauty. A Woman filled with kindness selflessness and grace wisdom and love, truly a child of God, my sister I will miss. Memories of good times in the past, cherished memories that soothes my hurting heart.

 

Karen Bain posted on 1/4/18

John and Kathleen were wonderful loving people and I was fortunate to call them neighbor and even more so, Friend. The world is a little lonelier without them. I miss them both.

 

Madeline and Rick Day posted on 1/4/18

Thank you for your devotion to the Oaklette youth group and trusting me with your kids. Your hospitality will never be forgotten. You will be missed.

 

Madeline and Rick Day posted on 1/4/18

Thank you Sam for your devotion to the Oaklette youth. We shared many good times there and at your lovely home. Thank you for trusting me with your kids. You will be missed.

 

Cindy Oliver posted on 1/4/18

The short time I worked for her and Dudley what a fabulous person she will be truly missed what a beautiful family!

 

Rachel Mooney posted on 1/4/18

Thoughts and prayers from all of the RoofConnect team.

 

Nalina posted on 1/4/18

So shocked. I am so sorry, heartfelt condolences. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Let me know, how I can help.

 

Jeanne Pitt posted on 1/4/18

Sheila - I am so so sorry for the loss of Steve. Your brought such love to his life. Big hugs your way. Please let me know if I can help in any way.

 

Janie Sheets posted on 1/4/18

I am so sorry to hear of John's passing. May God hold you gently in the palm of his hand and close to his heart as you walk through this valley of sorrow. He is with Aunt Louise, Uncle Walt and Junior. Our prayers are with you.

 

The Ryan Family (John, Karen, Taylor and Nickel) posted on 1/4/18

Ms Ashley and family, We are so sorry to hear about your loss. Our prayers are with you and the family. May you all find some comfort and the coming days.

 

Cyndi Ferguson posted on 1/3/18

Jane, We are so sorry to hear of John’s passing. We have wonderful memories of you both. We pray God’s peace and strength sustain you at this difficult time. In His love, Cyndi, Jamey and Barbara Ferguson

 

Kat posted on 1/3/18

Condolences Mark. The world didn't deserve you.

 

Jennifer Carpenter posted on 1/3/18

My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Candice and Don Fischbach and the family posted on 1/3/18

I am so sorry for your loss desi and Q and P. He l truly be missed by us all. He was the Grill Master will miss cooking on the grill with him. All my kids called him uncle mark and he was there uncle

 

Vickie and Robert Birch posted on 1/2/18

Jane and family, we are so sorry for your loss. Praying for comfort and peace during this difficult, sad time.

 

Julia, Jason, Danny, McKenna Allen posted on 1/2/18

Ashley Family we are so sorry for your loss. You all will be in our thoughts and prayers. May you find comfort in God's loving arms during this difficult time.

 

Julia, Jason, Danny, McKenna Allen posted on 1/2/18

Ms. Ashley and family, We are so sorry for your loss. You all will be in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. May God wrap you in his loving arms and comfort you.

 

June and Rodney Claypool posted on 1/2/18

Dear Jane and Family, We are so sorry about John. We are praying for you all. God Bess each of you.

 

 

Kris, Jodi and Gwendolyn Lambert posted on 1/2/18

We were so sorry to hear about your loss. You and your families are in our thoughts

 

Tim Simons posted on 1/2/18

Jane, there are no words to express our condolences for you and your family. Please know you have been in our thoughts and prayers ever since we learned of the news. God has and will continue to bless and guide you through this dark painful time in your life. Wishing you strength & guidance...the Simons family

 

Stacye Nelligar Litton posted on 1/2/18

Jane, so sorry to hear of your loss. Sending you prayers of comfort from Florida.

 

Ryla Hunter and Family posted on 1/2/18

Ms. Desi and Family, We are so sorry for your loss. We are thinking of you during this difficult time.

 

Cecil & Myrtle Jean Blevins posted on 1/2/18

Dear sweet Jane, John, Courtney & family, we are so very sorry for your loss. John was a really wonderful husband, Dad, & Grandad and a very special nephew too. We all loved him. If we can be of any help please don't hesitate to let us know. God bless Love and prayers Uncle Cecil & Aunt Myrtle Jean

 

 

Shane ashley posted on 1/2/18

John I love you very much!! You will always mean a lot to me. You was more like a brother than a uncle. I'm going to miss our conversations every Wed & Sun.

 

Brandon & Stephanie Knowlton posted on 1/2/18

We so appreciate you and your family and we are praying for your and believing for comfort and peace in this sad time. Mr. Ashley will be missed. God bless you guys.

 

Ron and Mary Surgeoner posted on 1/2/18

Sending love and prayers to you all.

 

Zelda, Richard and Rich Green posted on 1/2/18

Jane, we are so sorry to hear of John's passing. May you find comfort and peace in your memories of your life with him.

 

Lila Larry Madison and Sarah Hedrick posted on 1/2/18

Mrs.Ashley Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family!

 

Jim Ashley posted on 1/1/18

My family and I are deeply saddened for your loss. We will keep your family in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Janet Jones Sumrell posted on 1/1/18

Jane, I’m so sorry to hear about John. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your Family.

 

Mary Kozak posted on 1/1/18

We Are So Very Sorry for Your Loss. You All are in Our Thoughts and Prayers Ted, Michael, and Mary Kozak

 

Amanda Nica posted on 1/1/18

Mrs. Surgeoner, I am deeply sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Gloria Miller posted on 1/1/18

So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time. Love from Gloria, Philip, James and Josh

 

Deidra Bralley posted on 1/1/18

Jane, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayer are with you, Jonathan, Courtney and your family.

 

Linda R Morefield posted on 1/1/18

I am so sorry to hear of your loss,praying for the Lord to give you comfort during this very difficult time

 

Howard J Schmidt posted on 1/1/18

While so many of us are shocked, saddened, and heartbroken. Words can't express how much John will be missed. But, I know the Celebration of John's life will be great. Many thoughts and prayers go out to Jane and the children. We look forward to seeing you again one day in Heaven.

 

Ronald surgeoner & Warrene James posted on 12/31/17

for your loss our thoughts and prayers are with the family.r

 

Leah and the Ewing Family posted on 12/31/17

Our condolences to Ms. Desi and the entire Van Duration family. So sorry for your loss.

 

Dave and Dana Ashley posted on 12/31/17

Dana and I are so sorry John and I had some very good times growing up Dave.

 

Dave and Dana Ashley posted on 12/31/17

We are very sorry

 

Xenia Clare-Lee posted on 12/31/17

My sincerest and deepest condolences to you and your family, Courtney. All are in my thoughts and prayers. Blessings for God’s love and comfort to carry each of you through this time of grieving and beyond.

 

Debbie Keffer posted on 12/31/17

Jane, John and Courtney, so sorry to hear this- our love and prayers go out to you and your family.

 

Tracy Simmons posted on 12/31/17

Oh, Mrs. Ashley, I am just so heartbroken for you and your whole family. The Simmons family loves you tmuch and will con

 

Jennifer Frugard posted on 12/31/17

Jane, Ashley, and family we are so sad to hear of your loss. Words cannot express the void felt at this time. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Jen, Kaily, Tannyn, and Bailey

 

Roberta Bonnici posted on 12/31/17

There are no words. Only hugs, tears, and lots of love.

 

Randy and Carol Henninger posted on 12/31/17

John was a wonderful neighbor and a really nice person. We will keep Jane, Johnathan, Cortney, Grandkids and other family members in our prayers. This is one of the nicest families we have ever known. They know their God and live and share the word of God. May God Bless and Keep Them. We will miss you John. Jane, if you or kids need anything please let us know., We will be here for you. Love you all.

 

 

Scott taylor posted on 12/31/17

I am so sorry about your lost I will be praying for y'all everyday.

 

 

Scott taylor posted on 12/31/17

as I met him a couple of times he was a good man he loved his kids.

 

Eddie Gosman Sr posted on 12/31/17

Jane, John, Courtney and family. Cindy and I express our deepest sympathy and condolences to each of you in this most difficult of times. Our hope and strength is in Christ. May He strengthen and comfort you in your sorrow.

 

Bob & Jenny Sue Blevins posted on 12/31/17

We are sorry for your loss and we will keep you in our Prayers.

 

Sharon Morgan-Jones - Altmeyer Funeral Home-Denbigh Chapel posted on 12/30/17

My condolences to the Van Dzura family during this most difficult time.

 

Hughes Walton posted on 12/30/17

So sorry to hear of the loss of my cousin Mccoy. May God forever bless this family.

 

Willard Page posted on 12/29/17

On behalf of our entire family, may God’s blessings be with you all. Your mother (grandmother) was a kind and wonderful woman and we will miss her.

 

Shiwanda Bishop posted on 12/29/17

I want to offer my condolences to you at this time of great loss. May Jehovah, "the God of all comfort" (2 Corinthians 1:3, 4 ) be with and comfort you at this time of bereavement. He promises that all things that causes tears and pain will be no more according to Revelation 21:3, 4. May these thoughts comfort you all at this this time of bereavement.

 

Barbara Baize posted on 12/28/17

Sorry to hear of your loss, praying for the family

 

Jeremy Grubb posted on 12/28/17

Daron and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family! Remember and cherish the great times and memories of this great man who is still with you guys and now is an angel watching over you guys!

 

Carolyn Joyce McClees posted on 12/27/17

So sorry to hear of cousin Coy's passing. Praying for the entire family.

 

Elton Stokes, Chaplain, DAV Department of Maryland posted on 12/27/17

Mrs Walton and family, Please accept my condolences. My prayers are with you. I recently meet James and had the good fortune to spend spend time with him. He left too soon but he made a positive impact on me as I'm sure he's done with many others. He's been discharged from his earthly bonds and entered into the eternal happiness of the heavenly hosts. Rest in Peace, my brother and may God bless your family.

 

The Tunney Family posted on 12/27/17

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Elton Stokes, Chaplain, DAV Department of Maryland posted on 12/27/17

May the Grace of the Almighty be with the Jackson family. Comrade Jackson has been discharged from his earthly service, may he rest in the eternal glory of the heavenly hosts.

 

Gene Harris posted on 12/27/17

Sorry about your loss. Praying for family'

 

Vicky Kelley posted on 12/27/17

I wish to convey my deepest condolences to Mel's family. I can't put into words what Mel meant to me and my family. I laugh thinking about his Pride and Joy.no matter how many times he would show us the pictures it always made us laugh. My Jim is there as well to watch over Mel ,and just think of the trouble they can get into. Dear God please watch over our loved ones until we meet again. I will never forget the evening spent at my house with this extremely remarkable man. Love you always Mel. Rest in Piece my friend!

 

 

Jerldine T. Millner posted on 12/27/17

Sorry for your loss, cherish the memories that you and Coy had and continue to hold unto God's everlasting hand

 

Floyd Family posted on 12/27/17

We would like to extend our deepest condolences to your family during this sad time. The death of a loved one is a difficult experience. What has he Per our family to cope with loss is the Bible's message of hope. In it, our Heavenly Father assures us of his support during challenging times (Psalm 34:18). He also promises to reunite us with our dear loved ones (Acts 24:15). In the days ahead, may these thoughts help to comfort and sustain your family. Take care.

 

Victoria Clark posted on 12/27/17

My condolences to you, Queen and your family. May God keep you

 

Gwendolyn Davis posted on 12/27/17

My heart was sadden to hear the lost of Coy. Not only was in my family he was someone that I always looked up to from my childhood years to an adult. My prayers are with you all during this time of sorrow. God will give you the strength you need to endure. So sorry I am unable to attend the Home going. Love you all

 

David and Lorraine Macklem posted on 12/27/17

Bernie led a remarkable and active life. We were in awe of him caring for his yard , driving and living at home until the end.

 

Wilbert Powell posted on 12/26/17

Sorry to hear my cousin passed away. In family member can call me since I don't have number. 4347133775

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 12/26/17

With heartfelt condolences to Ms. Susan and Mr. Lawrence.

 

Robert Saddoris Commander DAV of Minnesota posted on 12/26/17

Mrs. Walton although I knew James for such a short time, we were indeed brothers. I will miss him very much, it brings tears to my eyes thinking of him. He was a good honest man the DAV is so very proud of how he worked for Veterans.

 

Marcella Williams posted on 12/26/17

Praying for the McVey family and sending my heartfelt condolences during this difficult time.

 

Richard “dickie”thorne posted on 12/26/17

Sharon..sorrys

 

Sharon Morgan-Jones-Altmeyer-Denbigh Chapel posted on 12/26/17

My condolences to the Flory family during this most difficult time.

 

Donna Bordone posted on 12/26/17

Lynn and Leo, I want to express my deepest sympathy for your loss. I remember Ryan very well, growing up with "our boys" in Brandermill. I just became aware of the news yesterday and pray that you find comfort and peace knowing that others care deeply.

 

 

Queenie Womack posted on 12/26/17

Queen so sorry to hear that your beloved husband, has left this world, gone to anew home, love you

 

 

Queenie Womack posted on 12/26/17

Queenie Womack

 

Victor Myers posted on 12/26/17

I am deeply sadden by the loss of my cousin and frat brother Coy. The thing I remember most about Coy was his love for life and family. To his family may God bring you comfort and peace and to Coy Rest in Paradise My Brother!

 

anonymous posted on 12/26/17

i remember back when me and Barbara started school in dozier for the first time i was violent and never paid attention until she set me straight and said we would graduate together i promised her that but i didn't keep the promise because my family moved and i was forced to move out of Virginia later on in the year i heard about barbaras passing and i was devastated out of us two she was the smart one i always admired her for that i wish i could go back in time and change events to where i could of told her how much she means to me and convinced her that life is worth living and that if there are problems at home that your friends are there for you and she could've of said something so none of us would felt this pain in her passing. i can say with all my heart that i considered her family and that this happend to me instead because she was the smart one between us and was supposed to go to college and live her life. but the thing i wish the most is that i can hug here one more time and tell her how much she means to me

 

anonymous posted on 12/26/17

barbara was my best friends and i wish that it was me instead of her. where ever she is i wish her a merry christmas andi miss her

 

Tammy & Luis Serrano posted on 12/26/17

We will always cherish our time spent with you. Your smile and warm hugs will tammy tss missed. May you uu in heaven with your loved ones. We love you and miss you. Tammy & Lou Serrano

 

Friend posted on 12/25/17

To the Family May God provide you with comfort during this grievous time. Be assured that one day soon God will do away with death forever. 1 Corinthians 15:26.

 

Bill, Darlene, Jacob and Brandon Matheny posted on 12/25/17

So sorry for your lost, May God comfort you and give you strength as you go through this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Sharon Morgan-Jones - Altmeyer Funeral Home-Denbigh Chapel posted on 12/24/17

My Condolences to the Walton family during this most difficult time.

 

Debbie & Joe LeClair posted on 12/24/17

Sorry for your dear loss.

 

Tracy Beningo posted on 12/24/17

Shirley was a warm and welcoming woman, always good to see, she will be missed, She is in eternal peace and rest with loved ones.

 

Laura posted on 12/24/17

Such a blessing you were to us John. Full of fun loving kindness and faithful family dedication. I can't wait until we are all reunited together again.

 

 

Joey Byrd posted on 12/23/17

Dear Watson family please know you all have my deepest sympathy. Ryan was a great friend and an even greater person. He loved dogs and had a great passion for cooking.Your family is in my prayers always.

 

Gayle (Edwards) Bartlett posted on 12/23/17

Dear Watson Family, I am so very sorry to hear of Ryan’s passing. He was an amazing person. I will forever hold and cherish the memories I have of him from going to football games and watching him in the marching band, spending our senior year together, watching wrestling on tv, going to prom together and so much more. We ran into each other several times after college and it was always great catching up, talking about old times. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. I know Ryan will be missed dearly.

 

Linda J. Byrd posted on 12/22/17

Watson family I am so saddened to learn of the passing of Ryan. I remember how much he loved marching band. That time seems such a long time ago but yet it seems like yesterday. I will be praying for comfort for all of you. God Bless You. Linda J. Byrd

 

Sarahlee posted on 12/22/17

Ryan was an old and cherished friend. I had just recently reconnected and I am deeply saddened. He and my mother gained their wings together 12/12/17 and I wish I could take the hurt away from everyone. Fly high and I will continue to pray for you.

 

 

Shirley Drye posted on 12/21/17

Sorry for your loss.

 

the DeBobes family posted on 12/20/17

Heartbroken to lose Jolene at such a young age. We know she raised two wonderful children and wil cherish our memories of her forever. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family now.

 

Micki Beningo posted on 12/20/17

I love you, Shirley, and I will always remember what a wonderful person you were. I know you are in heaven now, with your husband and grandson, David. Rest in Peace.

 

Roy Murphy posted on 12/20/17

So many memories of Ruffner Middle. The one that sticks out the most is the time me and Frankie both got referrals and we put them in a display case in one of the hallways . Every time I saw him, he mentioned that story to remind me. Never a dull moment with Frankie ! He will be missed by many.

 

TJ Sicat posted on 12/20/17

So sorry you're gone bro. We had some good times together when we were teenagers... gone too soon. Rest easy Frank! Prayers for you bro and your family.

 

Marthaautry posted on 12/19/17

From the day I meet we never separated I love him to the moon and back he was my bestie lover and it was us from day one love u for ever my love rih I'm gonna watch are show tonight good night love

 

Toni Phillips posted on 12/19/17

I have known Frankie for as long as I can remember. Yelling across the street at my brother. Frankie and Mike are the reason Melissa and I have been friends for 30 years. Frankie was always a wonderful person to be around. Even his bad days were good days and always had a contagious smile. Couldn't help but to smile when he was around. Free spirited! Will miss Frankie so very much.

 

Tony Hines posted on 12/19/17

Been friends since we was kids. Played ball together plenty of unforgettable times growing up . Prayers and condolences to the family love you .

 

Kelli Rivera posted on 12/19/17

Oh Frankie. I'm so sorry this happened, you were so young. I remember having sleepovers with Melissa and Toni at your house and watching Coneheads...and freaking out a little that Cindy let you have those Pamela Anderson posters on your walls, haha! That was so long ago. My condolences to the Wind, Phelps and Bell families, especially Cindy and Honey, Marilyn, Melissa, Sheri, Georgeanna, Mark, Frank, Andy, Matt, Carl and Uncle Richard. The last memory I have with you it was on Melissa's (Marilyn's) porch, right before Richard moved to New Jersey and he sat out there all night playing guitar and singing, lol, you were dating Becky, that was forever ago! RIP, watch over your family from up there, you will be missed. <3.

 

 

obituaries posted on 12/19/17

Love and prayers, today and always. ~ Ann Combs Gaines

 

Sandra Dizon posted on 12/19/17

I'm. So sorry!my heart breaks for you Cindy!Brandon and Frankie were very close! May God's. Love and. Peace envelope. You all!

 

Malleri Santiago (Brown) posted on 12/19/17

Ever since we were little Frankie was always a kind person with a talent for making everyone around him laugh. May you rest peacefully my friend. Thoughts and prayers to his family during this difficult time.

 

Frances Griffin posted on 12/19/17

Aunt Claudia, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your grandson Frankie. My love to you and your family. Frances Griffin ( Margaret Cartwright's daughter)

 

Eileen Goll of Norfolk and husband Butch posted on 12/19/17

I worked with Dot for many years. She found happiness in life's daily activities which made working with her a joy in itself. She was kind and caring with a super wit that naturally drew people to her. To her family and friends, I send my deepest sympathy but know that Dot would want you to enjoy your life to the fullest and most of all to be happy. She will be missed.

 

Patricia Bell posted on 12/19/17

I have known Frankie since elementary school. He was always keeping everyone smiling and laughing. Thinking of your family at this difficult time. Sending Love

 

Susan McRee posted on 12/19/17

I first met Joel in the Sugar Plum Bakery in 1985. He was always the brightest spot of my volunteer days! I knew both Joel and Hartley; they were quite a pair! Joel and Hartley taught all of us what it meant to be a friend! Sandi, I am very sorry for your loss of such a precious son. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Ellen Ferris posted on 12/19/17

His smile and zest for life will be etched in my heart forever...love you Frankie. ❤️ Aunt Ellen

 

Kathy Boone Jones posted on 12/18/17

You were a wonderful sister in law and will be missed dearly, love you.

 

Ben Mayer posted on 12/18/17

Lynn, Leo, and Adam I am very sorry to hear of your loss and will keep you and your family in my thoughts. There are so many memories between middle school and high school. He was a great friend through some pretty rough times for me and I'll never forget that. Ryan will always be one of the closest friends that I've ever had.

 

Susan Martin posted on 12/18/17

So very sorry to hear of Joel's passing. I worked with Joel at Sugar Plum Bakery 25 years ago, and always have remembered his great joy and spirit. I will remember as he was - always with a smile on his face.

 

Vaughn and Janice Dudley posted on 12/18/17

Dear Lynn and Leo, we were very saddened when we saw Ryan's obituary in the newspaper yesterday. Please know you have our deepest sympathy.

 

Chris Hayes posted on 12/17/17

Ryan was my instructor when I was a Low Brass member in the Hickory marching band from 2002-2005. Ryan had a great way of keeping everyone engaged and pushing each other to become better and better every day. I'll always remember the good times we had on those practice fields, parking lots, competitions and games for 4 years. Ryan was a great man and friend. I'll wear that LBS sweatshirt loud and proud for you man.

 

 

Jay jay posted on 12/17/17

Your memory pop

 

Kathy n Floyd Lewis posted on 12/17/17

Jays n family out sincere condolences on the kids of your father, prayers for peace n comfort, love ya Jays

 

Elaine Edwards posted on 12/16/17

I attended college with Jolene at WKU and am one of the Schneider Gals that she would often take trips with after we all graduated. Jolene was a truly kind person, we will all miss her terribly. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

 

Vincent & Danita Pierce - George's Shoe Repair posted on 12/16/17

To the Gillikin family, We were sorry to here about Frank. It was always a joy to see him. He would come to the shop, sit for awhile and tell the best stories. May God keep you and give you His peace during this time. We will keep you in our prayers.

 

Shelly Fields posted on 12/16/17

I went to college with Jolene at WKU and am one of the Schneider Hall gals. We have all stayed in touch and had long weekend trips to reconnect over the years. Jolene was an amazingly sweet friend who always had a kind word for everyone. She cherished her family more than anything. I am truly saddened and offer my condolences to all her friends and family. She will be missed by all of us.

 

Eric Taylor posted on 12/16/17

I was in shock and disbelief when I learned of the news of Tony’s passing. I still can’t believe it. Tony was such a great guy and easy-going person. My deepest condolences to his family and friends. Tony, you will be missed.

 

Patricia McEntire Shreck posted on 12/16/17

I am so sorry for your loss. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers.

 

JUSTIN M REED posted on 12/16/17

My grandpa Mel was truly an amazing man. He always cared for the people around him and never turned his back on friends and family. He played a major role in my life as a grandfather a friend and as a father figure. I wouldn't be as honest and caring as I am without him. I miss you dearly and love you even more, I know you're in a much better place surrounded by friends and loved ones. Until we meet again grandpa. You won't be forgotten.

 

Dianne Frohnapfel posted on 12/16/17

Praying for the family and friends. Shelly was a great friend. We had so many fun times. I was lucky to have her in my childhood. She is missed.

 

 

Kathy Johnson posted on 12/15/17

Dad you were the best....I couldn't of had a better dad....We did some crazy stuff and made some amazing memories...you never turned your back on me.Y you taught me how to love unconditionally and give my last because you have to give it away to keep it...LOVE...LIFE.....AND EXTREME LAUGHTER.....IM MISSING YOU BAD.I WISH THOUGH I COULD SEE WHAT YOU SEE RITE NOW... I see you and Mom glowing brighter than the sun right now .... one day I'll see you there and I wish I would have been the one to leave first I love you Daddy forever yours

 

Jackson Bell Jr posted on 12/15/17

Condolences for your loss. May God Bless and be with your family.

 

 

Stephanie Stevens posted on 12/15/17

Great Uncle Melvin was a man of Honor, Love and Family. I will always remember the laughs, the jokes, the hugs and the love! Rest Easy, until we meet again...Love you

 

Butch & Bob Brett posted on 12/15/17

Bob & I will miss your infectious laugh & wonderful personality! Be at Peace, My Friend.

 

Bob Jones posted on 12/15/17

I too grew up on Roosevelt Avenue and was honored to have known Joel and his mother, they were my friends and they both touched my heart as they touched anyone that they came in contact with. Just two of the most beautiful people I've ever met. Joel's passing is a sad time as his big smile, big hugs, and his being around anyone was so uplifting but God has a plan and though we don't necessarily always understand it, we accept it and our thankful for the time that we were blessed to have Joel in our life. When you have such a precious soul like Joel, the pain and suffering can be unbearable but he is in a better place though we grieve for him and we should as he has made a difference in so many others. Joel was a brother to me and he made my life better for being a part of it. Sandi, I love you and that handsome son and have always missed you guys not being in Charleston, I'm a little selfish I guess. Please know you and Joel are in my prayers and in my heart always. God bless!

 

G Huckeba posted on 12/15/17

I am so sorry for your loss. May the 'God of all comfort' be with you during this difficult time. I have personally found comfort in the promise at 1 Corinthians 15:26 where it states that very soon 'death will be brought to nothing'. Then, we have the prospect of being reunited with our loved ones right here on earth (John 5:28,29). I truly hope this brings you comfort and peace. With deepest sympathies, Gwen and family.

 

Teri, Mark and Allen Smith posted on 12/15/17

Aunt Shirley, Kendall and Ray Jr. My thoughts and prayers and with you and your families. Keep your memories close.

 

Katy Lang posted on 12/15/17

Joel was one of the first Special Olympians I met and his charm and warm smile are memories that have stayed with me through all the years. He was a great competitor and a true friend to so many. He always had a smile when I would see him at Sugar Plum Bakery. His mom is the best and she taught me so much. I'm so sad to hear of Joel's passing but he will always be in our hearts. Sandy, my love and prayers are with you and all of Joel's extended family.

 

Norm Robertson posted on 12/15/17

Dear Shirley and Family, Barbara and I were truly saddened to learn of your loss of Ray. Our prayers for all of you.

 

Mary Waisanen posted on 12/15/17

There is always that one person that is so close to the family, that they ARE family. Mel was just that. He was an uncle to me, like a grandfather to my kids, and a best friend to my mom. He never failed to make everyone laugh and loved nothing more than brightening up a room. His laugh was contagious. I’ll never forget him falling asleep with a spoon full of chili mid air or his famous baked macaroni. I’ll never forget the hilarious conversations (arguments) he and my mother would have “i said SPOON Mel! S-p-o-o-n! SPOON!” And who could forget his awesome spur belt “Twang!”. Thank you for always bringing joy and laughter into our home and anywhere you went. You have truly left a mark in this world. You will be missed terribly. Rest east Mr. Mel. You’ve earned it. ❤️

 

Lisa posted on 12/15/17

Uncle Melvin...always quick with a laugh, full of love and life. I will always remember how welcome you made me (and everyone else) feel. RIP and keep the angels laughing

 

Gloria j.Fogarty posted on 12/15/17

You gave me life,held me,taught me,fought with me,but most of all you loved me unconditionaly there are no words that can describe how important you have been in my life,and what a powerfully influence you have been and will continue to be. I love you POP.

 

 

David Johnson posted on 12/15/17

One of the Greatest men I ever knew, and the funniest man on the planet....love and miss him.....R.I.P. uncle Melvin

 

Linda Waisanen posted on 12/14/17

Sending bunches of love to the that stole my heart and carried me through a lot of rough times. Your caring for people was always there and if anyone needed your help you were always there. Sending you all the love that 42 years can hold. You will always be in my heart. The memories that no one can take away. They don't get any richer then that. I am richer for knowing you.

 

Emmett Bunch posted on 12/14/17

So sorry to hear of your loss. Thoughts & prayers are with you. I'll always remember the last State Games that I was part of. Joel & I were roommates and we had a really great time together. Love & prayers Emmett Bunch

 

Mark Fulks posted on 12/14/17

I grew up with Joel on Roosevelt Ave. As neighborhood kids, we all loved Joel and he was just simply one of us. We played kick ball in the street and learn to ride bikes together. I remember when he moved away that it left quite the void in the neighborhood with not just his friends but many of his adult friends as well. Even though we lost touch after he moved I still thought of him often and wondered where he was and how he was doing. Kids grow up and go their separate ways but you always have that friend that you just never forget. Joel was that friend. He was a good loyal friend growing up the kind that you never forget or replace.

 

The Conklin Family - Carol, Mary Ann, Jimmy and Barbara Anne posted on 12/14/17

Our love and prayers go out to all of you. Carlton was a special man and will be missed by many.

 

Jim Mitchum posted on 12/14/17

A true gentleman and a friend to everyone....My condolences to the family....RIP Tony

 

Nadine Bialowas posted on 12/14/17

I have known Joel for many years. I was shocked and saddened to see his passing in today's paper. I came to know Joel in my position with the City of VA Beach Department of Human Services. His mother would call me with questions and I was always happy to answer them. I knew Joel loved Special Olympics and I was always glad to see them in the local parades. I would cheer for them and call them by name. He was a bright light and will be missed.

 

Valarie Dobson posted on 12/13/17

Dear Shirley , Ray , Kendall and family, Our hearts are heavy over the loss of Ray. Thinking back over the years in Raleigh Place and going skiing with our families , Ray was always a positive force and fun to be around . He had a great love of family and friends and he will be greatly missed. He is resting in the arms of our Lord and Savior. Much Love, Mike and Valarie

 

Valarie Dobson posted on 12/13/17

Dear Shirley, Ray ,Kendall and grandchildren, Our hearts are heavy of the loss of Ray. Thinking back through the years Ray was always a positive force with the children especially when we went skiing. He is now in the arms of Christ and smiling down on all of us. Much Love and fond memories of Ray, Mike and Valarie

 

Paul e. Fisher posted on 12/13/17

Shirley, I'm very sorry for your loss. I cannot make it to the beach tomorrow but please know that I continue to value our friendship over the years. Regards, Paul fisher

 

Gloria L. Riga posted on 12/13/17

I remember attending Charles' Baptism. I was so proud of him accepting Jesus as his Savior! I saw Charles around Jamestown Commons for so many years attending activities then he slowed down and finally he was just in his apartment a whole lot. I picked up his medicine for him several times. He was a gentlemen I am proud to have known. God rest his soul and I will see you later. Gloria Riga

 

Kim Bostic Vealey posted on 12/13/17

I remember Joel. I even tried to find him on FB awhile back. His mom was my Speech teacher at EBHS. Joel was usually at our school in the afternoons. He was a friendly and funny guy. My condolences, Mrs. Myers. You and he both left a lasting impression on me.

 

Nodgie Kennedy posted on 12/13/17

Sandra, My heart goes out to you. You provided wonderful opportunities for Joel and it appears he grasped them all with heart and soul. I'm sure you are very proud of the man he became.

 

Tammy Gish posted on 12/13/17

So sorry to hear the news of Joel's passing. Joel made a huge impact on my life in ways you will never know. Always enjoyed his smiles and high fives at volleyball.

 

Jena Webb Chapman posted on 12/13/17

I remember Joel, his mother Sandra Myers would bring him to school with her, she was my teacher at East Bank High School. Joel was such a sweet soul, prayers for his family

 

The Lorts Family posted on 12/13/17

So very, very sorry for your loss, Sandi. Joel was such a sweet young man...always had a smile for us.

 

Debbie L LaDoucer posted on 12/13/17

Prayers Sandy for the loss of your wonderful son. He was a champion because he had a great mom!

 

Tim Devlin MD posted on 12/13/17

Prayers for Joel and his wonderful mother Sandra

 

Tim Devlin MD posted on 12/13/17

Prayers to Joel and to his wonderful mother,Sandra

 

Todd Cook posted on 12/13/17

Sandy, I’m sorry to hear about Joel’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Todd PS Frank and Alice Howie’s Grandson 6575 Roosevelt Ave

 

Cecile (Flora) Saunders posted on 12/13/17

Sandi, I was so sorry to hear about Joel. I always remember him with a big smile and never saw a stranger. Please know that others feel your pain. Love to you and yours.

 

Bob Miller posted on 12/13/17

He and Hartley, my little Marines. Little only in height not in Heart! Joel has had a special place in Virginia Beach Special Olympics for over 25 years. Always with a smile and a warm hello! One of my favorite memories is Joel and Hartley standing together at a track practice talking about girls (probably). When I interrupted they both laughed and told me they were watching their competition for the next event. Just two great guys enjoying each other, the warm weather and time with friends. In life we all have friends and Joel is way above that. A special and unique man with a gift for living that I will strive to have each day. God bless

 

JIM Stott posted on 12/13/17

We have many wonderful memories of Joel. He was such a happy and enthusiastic Olympian! He always had a ready smile. His mom Sandi, was the best mom ever and she was his greatest advocate his whole life.I was his coach and and friend. We will miss him but always think of him with a smile. Love to the family, Jim,Pam and Gretchen Stott

 

Florence Joyner posted on 12/13/17

We will sure miss Joel at CLASP Dance Sandy Prayers for the family

 

 

edwin, barbara, and eddie daniels, otway, nc posted on 12/12/17

deepest sympathies

 

 

Robert & Lee Byrum posted on 12/11/17

We were always amazed with the gift Karen had for transforming a normal garden into a beautiful creation. She adored her dog and was a patient and kind friend to our crazy puppy. We all miss her. Sending our sincere sympathy,

 

Kay McKee posted on 12/11/17

Sherri I am so sorry for the loss of your Dad. You are in my thoughts and prayers

 

Stephen and Patsy Gaskill posted on 12/11/17

Ruth, We're so sorry to hear about Frank's passing. It's so good to have great memories! Thinking of you and your family.

 

Nancy Norton-Minter posted on 12/11/17

My heart goes out to you Sandy. I know what it is like to lose a child. Just take one day at a time.

 

Craig Davis posted on 12/11/17

Dear Ruth, Johnny, Christian and Family, It was so sad to hear of Frank's passing. He was a great Man. It was a pleasure to have known him. I'm so sorry we could not make the service today. I have let Barry know. He has a rigorous schedule, working overnight on weekends. Please know we are thinking of You All in Your time of Sorrow. May God Bless Frank, and, May He Rest in Peace. God be with You all. Craig and Betsi Davis and Family. .

 

Paula Smith posted on 12/10/17

Joe, I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Darla Rhea posted on 12/10/17

That's a beautiful picture of Aunt Jane. She was such a fun Aunt. Love and peace to Blair, Uncle Bob, Uncle Larry, Dolly and family.

 

Thelma posted on 12/10/17

Ruth, I am so sorry to hear of Frank's passing. He was always such a joy to be around. My condolences to you and all your family. Love you very much. My Dear Friend. Thelma

 

lisa cook posted on 12/10/17

Karen,you will be truly missed. My heart goes out to your family. I'm glad I had the pleasure to know,and work with. May you rest in peace.

 

Dale and Ruth North posted on 12/9/17

Ruth, John, Christian and families-Frank was a dear friend whose love and friendship will be greatly missed. He was a proud man whose achievements in life are only outweighed by the love for his family. I was proud to work with him on NOAA Ship PIERCE when he was the Chief Marine Engineer. He was a plank-owner on the ship, having been an original crew member on the ship where his expertise and knowledge were greatly valued. I loved his many stories and Carolinian humor. In recent weeks, he has been in my thoughts and I regret that I didn't visit with him.

 

Elmer - Bud - Wheeler posted on 12/9/17

Brother Joe my heart goes out to you.

 

Tommy Hawthorne posted on 12/9/17

What walks in the father, runs in the family. Mr. Gillikin was a good man and a blessing to this world who raised a couple of good men, blessings to this world who have and are raising good people...blessings to this world.

 

Wayne J. Sarapata posted on 12/9/17

Expressing my condolences during your time of need. May the hand of peace rest upon your heart and soul

 

 

Suzanne Valeah Taylor Wisheart posted on 12/9/17

My Soul Mate Husbands Sister. My Sister by Marriage. My BFF by Heart! I keep our secrets as promised! A bond unknown to others! Rest in eternal peace with my love! I will be here for your Boys as you asked of me!! You will never be forgotten!

 

 

StaCy Short posted on 12/9/17

My sweet childhood friend...you, Barbara, Tina and I were the best of friends. We experienced life together, we were the bestest of friends. We shared so many wonderful memories together. We will miss so very much my dear friend. You drove me to school every day, we experienced so many "firsts" together. My heart is broken and I will carry you in my heart forever dear friend. You were a beautiful person both inside and out, a contagious smile, a wonderful Mother and Aunt. Rest in peace my sweet friend. <3

 

Dean Alexander posted on 12/9/17

Lisa, my prayers and thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family during this tragic time. May Tiffany Rest In Peace, bless her soul. Her memory eternal.

 

CHARLES NORTON posted on 12/8/17

SORRY FOR YOUR LOST TOMMY ,OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AND YOUR FAMLIY

 

CHARLES NORTON posted on 12/8/17

SORRY FOR YOUR LOST TOMMY OUR THOUGTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY

 

Teresa Adkins posted on 12/8/17

My deepest condolences for the entire family. May god bless each and everyone of you through this difficult time.

 

Deborah Montague posted on 12/8/17

Karen touched many lives she was great inside and out. I am so sorry for this loss for her family, children, and friends that were blessed to be apart of her life. Karen and I had great times together that will never fade or be forgotten. Karen's passing is a great loss and hearts are hurting we can only hope that she is now resting and at peace.

 

Mary Kay Stewart posted on 12/8/17

My heart aches for the family, especially her boys. They were her life. She was so proud of the men they have become. She was a wonderful Mother and Aunt to Ryan. We enjoyed watching our boys grow up together and the ever so interesting Christmas photos they tried to manage taken with 3 little boys all so close in age. To me... she was not just a fellow classmate but a lifelong friend who I loved like a sister who I will dearly miss and never forget. ❤

 

Anne Mortenson posted on 12/8/17

Thinking of you and so sorry for your loss.

 

Jennifer White posted on 12/8/17

Joe and Family - Our thoughts and love are with all of you during this difficult time. With love, Jennifer White & Sam Heller

 

Teresa Farris posted on 12/8/17

Thinking of the Wisheart family, and Karen's son's. So sad for you all. Hugs to her brother, Neal, and to his wife, Suzanne.

 

Liz Thomas posted on 12/8/17

Condolences to your family for such a tragic loss of Tiffani much too early in life. I am praying for healing and comfort to all the friends and family who love Tiffani.

 

Edward & yvonne wheeler posted on 12/7/17

Rest in peace

 

 

Edward & yvonne wheeler posted on 12/7/17

We will miss you. God is with you now. Rest in peace

 

Tina Bradley posted on 12/7/17

What a remarkable man. Always helpful and true to his word. I will miss him greatly. I pray God knows him well and uses him further in His work. May he rest in peace. My prayers and love are with you Sharon, let me know what I can do to help.

 

BEVERLY posted on 12/7/17

My friend.iwill miss you so much. We friends for over63 yr. We had a lot of fun and laughs over the year's REST in PEACE. BEVERLY.

 

Don Kelly posted on 12/7/17

You two had an incredible relationship. I am so sorry that you are going through this. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Chris posted on 12/7/17

My condolences to Tiffani's family . She was so young with years ahead of her. May you and the family be comforted by the words found in the scriptures at 2 Thess. 2:16,17

 

Bob & Neven Garris posted on 12/7/17

Joe & Meril-thinking of you two and family-God Bless ! Bob G. and Neven

 

Loretta posted on 12/7/17

Tiffani you are in my heart and memories forever!! Love you!

 

 

Linda Goldman (Sanger) posted on 12/7/17

You will be in our hearts forever, Linda, Natasha, & Dameon

 

 

Linda Goldman (Sanger) posted on 12/7/17

To Dot's Family, I am so glad that we got to see you when we were in Florida last year. It was great reminiscing about the good old days with all of us; Mom (Joyce), Art, Butch, you, me and Natasha later on. All the card games, holidays, Power Squadron events, trips, the list goes on and on. I am truly sorry that I fell out of touch for so long. I do wish your family our deepest condolences. You will truly be missed. You will be forever in our hearts, Linda, Natasha, & Dameon

 

 

Anthony and Lisa Faverio posted on 12/7/17

Lisa we are so sorry for your loss. Our heart and prayers go out to you and your family.

 

Kory posted on 12/6/17

Warren, there's not a day that passes, that I don't think of you. I Miss You Terribly, My Friend and will NEVER Forget You. I Love You, and Continue To Sleep In The Arms Of Jesus

 

Larry Kagan MD (ret) posted on 12/6/17

As Eileen's former family physician for probably over 30 years, I wanted to express my sympathies to Tom, Evelyn and the rest of the family upon Eileen's passing.

 

David & Ann Reid, Russellville, Arkansas posted on 12/6/17

My wife and I would like to send our most heartfelt condolences to all of the family of my Aunt Dorothy... As I visited with her many times while she was living in Florida, and lived in close proximity to her and my Uncle Arthur, I will miss her immensely. She was always very kind to me, and she always was compassionate to my own family, and for that I will always remember her for that. I only trust that she is now in Heaven with her Arthur, and I can pray that those of her family who are remaining here now, will find peace and harmony amongst themselves.... In closing, I will always love and remember " Q Tip ".... May she forever rest in peace with Our Lord Jesus and Our Father in Heaven...

 

 

Kelly, John and Josie posted on 12/5/17

Sweet, beautiful Tiffani will be remembered always. Love and Prayers.

 

Pete and Linda Jinright posted on 12/5/17

We are heartbroken and will miss you so much. We still have your picture in our office and saw it everyday. It will stay right there and we will see you again.

 

Calvin and Junietta Koonce posted on 12/5/17

So sorry to here of your loss. Holiday season is always difficult. You, Tina and family will be in our prayers!

 

 

Naomi posted on 12/5/17

My beautiful dear friend Tiffani you will be remembered always fly high my sweet Angel

 

Alice Marshall posted on 12/5/17

Lisa, I am sorry to hear about the loss of your daughter. Prayers to you and your family at this most difficult time.

 

 

Ren Murrell posted on 12/5/17

I light this candle to let you know you are not forgotten.

 

Ren Murrell posted on 12/5/17

Daddy I miss you so much. Words can't even describe how i feel. It has been 3 months that you have been gone and everyday feels like you left me today. I am trying my hardest to go on with life, but i cant see life without you. Just know that I will always have you in my memories and my heart. I love you always. Your daughter Ren

 

Pauline Simons posted on 12/5/17

My heart felt condolences to the family. My prayers go out to Barbara and Carol and may God bless you through this time of sorrow. I know that Chuck is in no more pain or confusion.

 

JLS posted on 12/5/17

Please accept my sincere condolences. I hope that you find comfort in God’s promise to do away with death and the distress it causes—permanently! (Rev. 21:4). He will bring to mankind this and so much more, yes “more than all we ask or imagine.” (Eph. 3:20).

 

Dr. Clarence W. Thomas posted on 12/4/17

Mr. Warren Was my Band Director at Lake Taylor High School in the early 1970s. He led us to the top ranked concert band in the area (three ones in grade six music). I will deeply miss him. Rest in peace Mr. Warren

 

David & Catherine Snellings posted on 12/4/17

Enjoyed the time you stayed with us helping us and our company. We'll miss you. We enjoyed your uplifting personality.

 

Lynne Peters posted on 12/2/17

I have so many great stories and funny memories of Don. He was an awesome best friend to both of my older brothers - Bill and Karl. I have lots of great pictures going all the way back to high school. I'm heartbroken for the loss of Don , he will be missed. Lake Smith Terrace has never known such a mischievous threesome! Bill used to laugh so hard talking about the wrecked Cadillac, Karl was hysterical explaining why he came up with Bone for a nickname. I feel comfort knowing those guys are together again. My condolences to the Page family. Love, Lynne Peters

 

Kenneth Pennington posted on 12/2/17

My deepest condolences and heartfelt sympathy goes out to all of the Page family especially my Brother-in-law Greg and his wife (my sister) in tge loss of Donald. May God grant you all peace and comfort during this time. God Bless You!

 

Billie. leigh posted on 12/1/17

Blair, sorry to hear this. You are in my prayers. Billie Leigh

 

Brett Richards posted on 12/1/17

Very sorry to hear of Aunt Jane's passing, and regret missing the service. Glad that my NC family will be there, love to all

 

 

Lisa Kidd posted on 12/1/17

Cousin Blair, I am so sorry for your loss. May God bless you and your family.

 

Sandy and terry Reveley posted on 11/30/17

Blair, we are very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

 

Cyndi Todd posted on 11/30/17

Sitting around talking about the good ole days. We talked about his magic years. His racing time and about the war. Dave lived his old cars and was working on one before he passed. You are missed and loved. Until we meet again. I Love You

 

Lennita Linen posted on 11/29/17

May God comfort our family and uncle Azeez rest in heavenly peace. Blessings always,

 

 

Anna Deaton posted on 11/29/17

So sorry for your loss.

 

Ron Mann posted on 11/29/17

It is truly a sad time to lose such a sweet and loving person such as Jane. She will be truly missed. Her laughs and smiles always brightened the day.

 

Stephen Femiano and Valerie Anderson posted on 11/29/17

Uncle Andy always had a smile on his face and a Vise-Grip for a hand. As a kid I always looked forward to “out squeezing” his hand when we said hello. It never happened. Wonderful man, wonderful Uncle- we will certainly miss him.

 

Gary and Susan Ball posted on 11/29/17

Awfully sorry to hear about the loss of Jane. We know she'll be sorely missed.

 

Michael & Claire Femiano posted on 11/29/17

Andy was such an upbeat, positive personality and he lived with the outlook we all strive for. He handled life's challenges with strength, resilience and grace. Angela, and family, we are so sorry for your loss and will keep his memory always.

 

 

Kimberley A Clarke posted on 11/28/17

Missing him and wishing he were still here. I forever love him. ~ Daughter

 

John & Gia (Femiano) Patarini posted on 11/28/17

Uncle Andy always had a smile on his face and laughter in his heart; never failing to make me smile. He will be missed a great deal. My thoughts & prayers are with his family.

 

Brenda Brown posted on 11/28/17

Lonnie was a very unique man. Knowing him over the years has been a special experience. If you were his friend, there was nothing he wouldn't do for you. I'm proud to have been able to call him my friend. Angie, he loved you beyond words. Rest in peace my friend.

 

David & Sharon Dowdy posted on 11/28/17

Jane was so sweet and friendly. She was always smiling. She will be dearly missed by all who knew her. You and your family are in our hearts and prayers.

 

 

Rebecca Becky Dewberry Barraclough posted on 11/28/17

I remember Mr. Davenport growing up with his children especially Becky and Renee. He was such a kind and warm man and a very caring father. Becky, please contact me at 757-407-5314. I have tried so hard to find you. Love to you and family at this very sad time. Miss you

 

Katie Simmons posted on 11/28/17

Almost 5 months later and not a day goes by that you're not on my mind. I wish everyday that I could talk to you one last time, or see you smile, or hear your laugh. I am so thankful to have spent some of your last days with you. I've never met anyone quite like you and it breaks my heart knowing I'll never have you in my life again, you were one in a million Colby.

 

Fay graham posted on 11/27/17

My heart goes to Angie and his Lonnie 's family

 

Mary Allbright posted on 11/27/17

Boo and Family, my deepest condolences to you all. I loved Pop as did my kids. I miss him already. He was always a real person and my visits were infrequent over time. I appreciated his standing for me always. I pray the angels that escorted him home now return to comfort you all and give peace to remaining journey. Fondly, Mary and Family.

 

Evelyn Culbertson posted on 11/27/17

Wanting to say I love you Daddy and will miss you much. You were a strong man and a great dad. You will never be forgotten, with all our love your daughter Evelyn Darnell ( Boo ), son Larry Dale wright, grandson Christopher Ray Culbertson, Harold L Crispin. I love you Daddy and may you rest in peace.

 

Mary Burch posted on 11/26/17

Holly and family, I’m sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. Bobby will greatly be missed by so many and he’s longer in any pain. God bless you all. Sending hugs and much love.

 

 

Randy Lee White posted on 11/26/17

You are my biological father from your previous marriage to Brenda Mcay yet you chose to put me up for adoption now I havent a legacy to cary on by Dad may God bless you in heaven and take care of your family

 

Denise Rhoad posted on 11/25/17

We were so saddened to hear of Joseph's passing. Our deepest sympathies go to his family. May God give you the comfort and peace that you seek and may the soul of Joseph rest in peace. I remember Joseph as a cute happy go lucky little cousin who loved life and enjoyed hanging out with his big sister Mercinda. Isaiah 41:10- So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you. Love and prayers to Aunt Sharon, Uncle Vernon and Mercinda. Denise and Randy Rhoad

 

Mary and Walte Rogar posted on 11/25/17

We are so sorry to hear of Joseph's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult time.

 

Ki Lee posted on 11/25/17

Filomena, I would like to recall the time Lee and I met at work. It must have been around the summer of 2000 when I was delivering Express Mail for the Post Office Lee worked out of. He was a bit annoyed at how late I had gotten there. Almost a year went by, when Lee was introduced to me as a new member of our Special Delivery crew. It was during this time he realized how one can be caused to be late due to uncontrollable circumstances. From then on, we became good friends and relied upon each other for support in covering all of Virginia Beach. I chose to mention this story because it reminds me of how our Lord draws all of us together in some form even from circumstances that may have appeared to be a conflict of personalities. If there’s anything I can do, just let me know.

 

David Criss Ann Criss posted on 11/25/17

What a wonderful man. Certainly missed by everyone that knew him. Always and forever a true friend

 

LAUREN FROST posted on 11/25/17

DEAR KARLIEA. YOU WILL REMAIN FOREVER YOUNG AND FOREVER BEAUTIFUL. WE LOVE YOU AND KNOW YOU ARE AT PEACE. LOVE, AUNT LAUREN AND UNCLE JACK.

 

Linda Owen posted on 11/25/17

Liz and family, we are so very sorry for your loss. I know how much Bobby was loved and I'm sure he knew he was loved as well. Gob bless you and I know He will help you find peace. Much love, Linda and Shawne

 

Beth Satterthwaite posted on 11/24/17

What a ton of memories I have to sort through..from my earliest childhood one's Bobby and Holly, you were both in them. I will miss you my long time friend. Holly, Dana, Paul I am so sorry for the loss of your love and brother. My deepest condolences to you all and to Bobby's parents, children and all those left to keep his memory alive. Please do that. He was a pretty special person. Love you all. Rest in peace my friend.

 

Louis & Allison Morse posted on 11/24/17

The KI Redneck DJ... my friend... our words of the survivors fight is true baby... u hung and fought... looks like God had a diff plan... sing to them baby... ur journey will be beautiful and pain free... enjoy the ride ole friend.

 

Julia Hannah posted on 11/23/17

We love you all Holly, Elizabeth, W.G., Hannah, Tucker and Sam. You're in our thoughts and prayers

 

Evelyn Carter posted on 11/23/17

Holly,and the children. Frank and I are so sorry for the loss of Bobby.what alittle pistol he was when he was just a youngster.funny and very loving,these are the memories I am carrying with me. love to all of you!

 

 

Rhonda spruill posted on 11/23/17

God Bless you all!

 

Jan PRUDEN posted on 11/23/17

We are certain of your ascent to heaven and that you are now sharing your praise of the LORD with THE LORD! We adore God and know you are sharing some stories with GOD right now. We are in prayer for the family and we love you!! We are here for you, we know that you know that we will be here for the family. Holly, we love you . We love you all!

 

Rev. Jerome Pope, posted on 11/22/17

Brother William, sorry to hear about Bobby. We will be praying for you and the family. May God's peace rest upon each one of you.

 

Marsha Sherman posted on 11/21/17

Wonderful Co worker. I will always remember you. Bless you Maggie.

 

Loretta Platte posted on 11/21/17

Shirley, We will miss your smile, and all of your help at ceramics.

 

 

Katherine Harrison posted on 11/21/17

Shirley Sexton was a woman of many talents. I know she will be missed by the ones that knew her.

 

Sarah Tolson posted on 11/21/17

Filomena, my deepest condolences go out to you and the Baer family. Lee was such a great man. Always willing to help others and show compassion to everyone. He had such a kind spirit and I am so blessed to have known him. I am personally so thankful to both of you for the love you've shown to me and my family. May God continue to give you strength during this time and may He continue to keep you in perfect peace. Lee will truly be missed.

 

Betty Braithwaite posted on 11/20/17

Condolences to the family. I'm sure he will be missed dearly.

 

Melva posted on 11/20/17

To the family, I am so sorry for your loss. While I did not know Mr. Baer personally, I do know the pain of losing a loved one. What has helped my family to cope is the Bible's message of hope for the future. In it, our Heavenly Father promises to reunite us with our dear loved ones under perfect living conditions ( John 5:28,29 and Isaiah 65:20-25). In the days to come, may these promises help your family to endure.

 

Jewell Wood posted on 11/20/17

Filomena there was never a more perfect couple! You were his dearest friend and love of his life! Treasure the memories you and Lee shared.......he always had the kindness smile...always giving a willing hand...Lee I will miss you soooo much.....

 

Mary Church posted on 11/20/17

Dear Filomena & family, My deepest sympathy for the loss of Lee. I knew him for many years at the Post Office. He always had a smile & a quip. The world is a sadder place without him.

 

Cathy & John posted on 11/20/17

Filomena, Our thoughts and prayers go out to you today and every day. We loved Lee very much. A great guy, quick with a smile, you made a perfect couple. We are always just one phone call away. Love you dear friend.

 

Linda Kiracofe posted on 11/20/17

Filomena, so sorry for your loss. I have very fond memories of Lee during my summer vacations and visiting you & Lee at your home..May God be with you and comfort you at this time. Love you

 

Kim and David Haddaway posted on 11/20/17

Filomena, David and I are so sorry for your loss. No words can describe you loss Lee has left a lot of good memories for us and please know we are praying for you and are here for you

 

Debbie Farrell posted on 11/20/17

You will be missed and never forgotten.........

 

 

Debbie Farrell posted on 11/20/17

Rest In Peace my friend.....you will be remembered and loved always!

 

Sue and Roger Salie & Famly posted on 11/19/17

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all the families. Know that Joe is at peace. In time God will help to ease the pain you all feel now. Much love to the Wilkinson families and to the Weaver family for your loss.

 

Bartow H Bridges III posted on 11/19/17

We are thinking of Bucky and all of the Hudgins clan with great memories of time spent together. Our deepest sympathies go out to you. Love and prayers, Bart and Sharon Bridges

 

Dana Gregory posted on 11/19/17

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all, we enjoyed the brief time we had with him at First Colonial Inn.

 

 

G Butler posted on 11/18/17

Our prayers and thoughts are with the family and friends at this time of sorrow! Memories will be cherished a lifetime Love Gail, Tonya, Gina and Jenelle

 

 

Dolores Robinson posted on 11/18/17

Shirley was a devoted person to her family friends and students of ceramics - and to the animals she loved and cared for -will be missed by me greatly and those who had her friendship - Shirley is now with her beloved husband and mother - she now can rest

 

Kevin Moreland posted on 11/17/17

Lil Joe I've known you since you were about ten I loved you as my brother all your adult life I can't Express how I feel about you leaving us because I still don't believe it .Vicky Miranda Destiny Mircinda Vernon Sharon my heart breaks for you my lose is nothing to what you have been faced to endure I don't know how you will ever get thru this and I don't know how you will put the pieces back together after such a tragic loss I just want to sit and cry for you endlessly.But he wouldn't have that instead I will celebrate his life and his crazy ass ways and family I will go down to OV Beach and see him off his way I love everyone of you and I wish joe to travel with Godspeed to that promised Land . I will never ever forget you and that wild look or your infectious smile please good be careful he might want to take over .I will see you soon my brother.

 

Victoria Keller (McElvy) posted on 11/17/17

I will cherish every night we all spent by the fire, every sunny day out on the water jet skiing or fishing off the dock, and every memory in between. You are loved and missed by so many. Rest easy, my friend ❤

 

Cheri Lewis Larson posted on 11/17/17

Laurie and Rich, I did hear about Colin until after his funeral or I certainly would have been there. I am praying for both of you that you may find comfort and peace at this very difficult time in your lives.

 

Sharon Telich posted on 11/17/17

Laurie, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your son. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Crystal shaw posted on 11/16/17

From as long as I can remember my grandma was my mother,my guardian and my friend.she did everything in her power to keep a smile on my face...she taught right from wrong and taught me to be the woman I am today...I have so many fond memories of her from going on vacation every year to her taking me to clogging practice and making sure I always stayed busy whether it was softball,clogging or just taking a trip to Rhode Island and New Jersey but the one I smile about often is when I knew she was upset at me or mad I would go and kneel beside her and wiggle my eyebrows and no matter how mad she was she would always laugh and Kiss me on my forehead....I am truly going to miss her smile and her laugh but most of all I'm gonna miss that little temper of hers...she may of been small but she was so fiesty and a little fire cracker...grandma I love you to the moon and back and I know you will be watching over me and my children and we will be together again one day...fly high til we meet again

 

Teresa Workman-Matthews posted on 11/16/17

I am so sorry for your family's loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Lisa Garcia posted on 11/16/17

Remembering us as kids hanging out and getting on our parents nerves. RIP Joseph. Wish we were closer as adults. God bless his wife and kids.

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 11/16/17

Sincere and heartfelt condolences to Ms. Joyce, Mr. Ralph and all of Ms. Helen's family.

 

Erik posted on 11/15/17

I am deeply sorry for your loss. Your father was a wonderful man, always friendly and ready to accept guests and friends into his house. I cannot make it to the service, but my spirit is with you.

 

Steve Ford posted on 11/15/17

Betty I am so sorry to hear of Shorty's Passing. It has been way to long since I had talked to him and you. But at least he is no longer suffering like he had been for the last few yrs. He was a true true friend and i will never forget the day we met at the Hilton Carnival and then his Joining of the Patriot Guard. Any time he came to a PGR Event I would make sure he was ok and make sure he took a break as needed. But one of my favorite Memories of you both was at the Greece Ridge mall Taking donations for our veterans and him in his Santa Hat and how Happy he was to interact with the people. I will truly miss him and he will never be forgotten.

 

Beth Russolesi and Jack Russolesi posted on 11/15/17

Betty:I am sorry for your loss..We have s many good memories that we can share to keep his life going on inn our heart.

 

Albert and Colleen Foster posted on 11/15/17

Sorry for your loss..we will miss Patty and also her cakes. We pray for God's peace and your family

 

Ron and Barb Donals posted on 11/15/17

Dear Todd and Phyllis, we are so very sorry for your loss. We know there is no good day and no good way to lose a loved one. May your fondest memories of your brother bring you comfort both now and in time to come. We would also like you to know how much we appreciate your brother's service to our country, and for his continued efforts to serve through his honoring and guarding those service men and women who passed to eternity before him. God bless and keep you and your families close. Love, Barb & Ron

 

Joyce posted on 11/14/17

Will always miss you Sissy.

 

CH posted on 11/14/17

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8

 

Bonnie Smailes posted on 11/14/17

Patsy you will be missed. When I think of our time's together, I always smile. Those memories go from childhood to adulthood because WE know who your favorite Cousin really was ! I'll see you again! I love you and will miss you....

 

 

Michelle W posted on 11/13/17

There are too many memories to just pick one - from the first time I met Dave to his final days - he will always be remembered with fondness and love. He loved joking, debating politics and religion and working on his car. Dave touched so many lives and will be missed by all who knew him. God Bless!

 

Sharon Morgan-Jones, Altmeyer Funeral Home-Denbigh Chapel posted on 11/13/17

My condolences to the Tadlock family during this most difficult time.

 

Cheryl D. posted on 11/13/17

Although we have never met, I wanted to offer words of encouragement to the family. Look forward to the near future when our Creator fulfills His wonderful promises stated at Isaiah 33:24 and Revelation 21:4! Until then, may your cherished memories and the comfort from God, strengthen all of you during this very difficult time (Philippians 4:6,7,13). My sincere condolences to all of you.

 

Angie Madsen posted on 11/13/17

I am so sorry to hear about this loss. I remember your boys as active young kids, always bringing a smile when you talked about them. Our prayers are with you.

 

Tracy Franco (Sam B.'s Mom) posted on 11/13/17

My son is a student of yours and he shared this sad news with me. I am so deeply sorry to hear of your loss. I cannot even begin to imagine the level of sadness you are feeling. My heart truly goes out to you and your family. May God bring you all the comfort you need to get through this incredibly difficult and tragic loss. We are including all that are grieving in our prayers and praying his soul is at a peaceful resting place. Deepest sympathies.

 

Xanthia Pearl posted on 11/13/17

I am very sorry about this loss and my heart aches for you. I send sincerest sympathy. For those of you who loved him, after time passes and you are able to "breathe" again, please remember this... Our Heavenly Father promises that He will bring our loved ones back to life, (John 5:28,29) sound in body and mind. Very soon He will restore His original magnificent purpose for us and the Earth, doing away with death and sorrow permanently. (Rev 21:3,4) This is the real hope we can cling to. I truly hope you can have peace and faith in these promises.

 

Bonni Bohuslavsky posted on 11/13/17

Rich and Laurie,Aaron, Uncle Ward and Judy, My heart goes out to u all, may all your memories stay tucked in your heart and bring u comfort....Thoughts and prayers

 

Dawn posted on 11/12/17

So sorry for your loss. She will be missed.

 

Susan Muehlig posted on 11/12/17

Colin, You were such a bright spot in my classroom and in my life. You made me laugh and you always had that big smile on your face. You will always be one of my "heart children." It's so difficult to understand why one so young had to leave this world. I'm sending love overflowing to your parents, your brother, and all those who loved you. In your honor, I will continue to love and care for my students as if they were my own children. Thank you for being a light to me and to many others. Te amo, mi hijo.

 

Peter Chang Family posted on 11/12/17

Our hearts are saddened by your loss and our thoughts and prayers are with you. When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure.

 

Deborah Duplessis posted on 11/11/17

My memories of my cousin Pat are tender ones. She knew very few strangers because her welcoming nature always made you feel at home- no matter what. She was the equivalent of a warm sunny day at the beach. Pat always shared kind words and will remain a master communicator in the heavens as she was on planet earth. She could tell you a thing or two in a nano second, and every year she spent on earth was a gift to all that had the pleasure of knowing her kind heart.

 

Olivia Martinez posted on 11/11/17

Colin, I can't believe your gone.I didn't think that something like this could happen to such a kind and sweet person. I've known you since middle school and you've always been one of the nicest and most kindhearted people I've ever met. You always had a smile on your face and positive energy around you every time I saw you. You will be greatly missed. My condolences go out to your family, friends, and all of the people whose lives you have touched.

 

A Friend posted on 11/11/17

Prayers for your family to cherish every memory you have

 

Carrie Shuto posted on 11/11/17

Do not stand at my grave and weep. I am not there, I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow, I am the diamond glints on snow. I am the sunlight on the ripened grain. I am the gentle autumn rain. When you wake in the morning hush I am the swift uplifting rush of singing birds in circled flight. I am the stars that shine at night. Do not stand at my grave and cry, I am not there, I did not die.. Your son will live on always in your heart .

 

TJ posted on 11/11/17

Sincere condolences go out to the family. May the promise found at Acts 24:15 and Psalm 37:29 provide you with a measure of comfort and hope at this difficult time.

 

TJ posted on 11/11/17

Sincere condolences go out to the family. May the promise found at Acts 24:15 and Psalm 37:29 provide you with a measure of comfort and hope at this difficult time.

 

Carol.Mueller posted on 11/11/17

We will miss you, Patty Poo. Rest in peace.

 

Sami M posted on 11/11/17

I didn't know you but my heart is still so heavy. It seems you left quiet an amazing impact on the lives around you. Praying for your loved ones, a covering of peace and hearts overflowing with love from all the beautiful memories with you. . Rest In Peace young man.

 

Janet Kehlenbeck posted on 11/11/17

I was so saddened to hear about your loss. My heart goes out to your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time.

 

Tony Cerza posted on 11/11/17

My wonderful cousin. Always had a big smile for me, because I was her "favorite cousin". Love, love love. She overflowed with it. The world won't be the same, but I can only imagine the celebration in "Paradise" when she arrived. Thank you Patsy for your love and kindness, you'll always be in my heart, and I hope to see you again one day.

 

Aom posted on 11/11/17

Glad to spend time with you in Thailand. You were such a happy person and fighter. Thanks for the memories together. I will never forget you. Life is so short. Never know what is coming. Rest In Peace my friend.

 

Phil posted on 11/11/17

Sorry for your loss Butch and family, Poo was a wonderful person and will bemany people

 

John Hamilton Culbreth posted on 11/11/17

It is with a heavy heart and tear filled eyes i sit and write, my name is John Hamilton Culbreth, to you the families and friends whom hold Brad so dear, so do I;(Jennie, Gina, ....) he will forever be held in my higest regard. Words do little to express moments of growth, memories of joy, that embody a friend so dear. His tenure as costodian of virtue, humor, and drive only begins a paragraph to volumes. Brad and i were close at a distance, he bore 307 more days than i to which i looked up to him as the brother of Jennie and friend to me and family. I, too was reared in insulated North End with only adventure and life to unfold as we grew; we surfed, saw bands, exchanged ideas and laughed. Brad is the epidemy of true: albeit friend, and custodian of service to others behind the veil, or family. We'd laugh, he looked more like Enerest Hemmingway in recent times than his boyish, tanned veneer of youth beach side. We were commrades, his empirical thoughts and drives were refreshing always oweing to intellectual overview and insight. He never faughtered when it came to testing rituals that seemed mundane or obtruse. One time on the steps of Webb Center at ODU he gave me a small volume on Buddism rites and rituals he found to be enlightening and thought provoking. in earlier years we surfed, early-late it didnt matter he loved the ocean, the sea, the earth and its antiquities. His robust train of thought and genuine heart felt expressions, to me, will be sorely missed. His youthful nature and tested wisdom came with merit, morals, and the majorities', best interest at heart. We will embrace again with thoughts of grandeur and spirtual hopes of readiness, his earthly preseance as Friend, Brother, Son, Partner holds him, to me, with his contemporaries. I learned from Brad, Laughed with Brad, grew with Brad, he was a light to us all that will brighten legions of others to come.

 

Bobbie Yoakem posted on 11/11/17

Sue, I am so sorry for your loss. I did not know Kenny but I can tell from your post that you both loved each other very much. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Bobbie Yoakem posted on 11/11/17

Sue, I am so sorry for your loss. I did not know Kenny, but I know from your post you both loved each other. You are in my thought and prayers.

 

Lori Higgs posted on 11/11/17

Sue, I am so sorry for your loss. I know how difficult it is to lose someone you love. Take comfort in your memories and in the love you had for each other. Your life will be step by step and day by day for a while. You will have better days and bad days. I hope the better outway the bad in time. I find that keeping myself busy helps the most. You're in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Linda Bladt posted on 11/10/17

I am at a loss for words. Sending love and prayers to Laurie and Rich during this difficult time. I am so sorry.....

 

John Brockett posted on 11/10/17

Not only my mother but my best friend. I could not think you enough for all the memories we shared together. The person I would call and just talk about what happen today or yesterday You would listen and always made me feel better . I know how much you loved your family & cared about them deeply. I know your in heaven in no pain anymore & I know you are looking down on all of us. Guiding us still day by day... May you Rest In Peace Mom...Love You Always & Forever..Your Son Johnny

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 11/10/17

With heartfelt condolences to Mr. Floyd, Harry, John and Aaron, I pray you find peace and comfort at this difficult time

 

Noel posted on 11/10/17

Colin was THE coolest guy I’ve ever met. I’m so grateful to have shared so many laughs with a guy like him. I remember him being one of my favorite people in high school for the way he was always so happy and it radiates off of him like sunshine. I hope you are resting easy sweet friend.

 

Ed &Cheryl Fissinger posted on 11/10/17

Rich and Lori, You are in our thoughts and prayers. There are no words to express the grief and sorrow for your loss. A bright young man gone before his time will live on in the hearts and thoughts of those who loved him. Our deepest condolences. Ed & Cheryl Fissinger

 

Andrea posted on 11/10/17

Colin, You've helped me through so much in my life and I know I've helped you through a lot in yours. You were the one person that kept me smiling every single day since I met you and I still remember the day you asked me out, all you said was "soooo, I think we should make this official" and I just laughed and said "finally". You will always hold a place in my heart, you were my one true love and it meant the world to me to know how much you cared about me. I will always remember the four years I spent with you because they were the happiest four years I could ever have. You and your family will always be a huge inspiration to me. I'm truly going to miss everything about you. You've told me so many times that you loved me more than you could love any mustang out there and I knew how much you loved mustangs, they were your passion. I truly hope you're resting in peace. I love you and I always will.

 

Jacob Ventura posted on 11/10/17

I remember Colin from both TCC and Landstown. I am sorry for your loss, and he will dearly be missed

 

NICHOLAS HAGLER posted on 11/10/17

Hey buddy, I wish I could have told you how much of an impact you had made on me. Years after leaving the worst job I had ever had, you were the only silver lining. A truly remarkable young man, whose last words to me months ago was a joking video that made me laugh. I didn't like mustangs, but we both got past that. I will forever remember you with a smile on your face my friend. Go rest high on the mountain, your work here on earth is through. You did more than you thought. Gos bless to all those effected by Collin, he was a hell of a dude.

 

Jason posted on 11/10/17

Colin, I can't believe your gone. We we're just hanging out the other day. We had so much planned ahead of us. It's been a pleasure having you in my life. You were a great best friend and I'm glad you knew I was one of the few always there for you. Your last few words and our last conversation will always be remembered by me. I'm glad we met and had our landstown squad. You will be truly miss and never forgotten. I'ma get the mustang and build it the way you wanted and keep it forever. You were always a brother to me. I miss you. So many adventures and good times we had. I love you bro. Rest easy Colin.

 

Tara Frederick posted on 11/9/17

Colin, I will miss that bright smile. You were a talented young man who was a great friend to my son. I know you will be smiling down on your friends and family. Prayers to your Mom, Dad and Brother and the Landstown "Squad" from the Class of 2014. You may be gone, but those that knew you will never forget you. Rest Easy, Colin.

 

Jean Woodward posted on 11/9/17

Dear Joe Paul, Vicky, and Emily, I was so sorry to read of Paul's passing. We were neighbors to Paul and Goldie for many years and our families became very close. Paul was a good man and I know he will be missed. My sympathy and thoughts are with you. Jean

 

William and Charlotte Irwin posted on 11/8/17

God bless you in this time of need.

 

Jim Fitzpatrick posted on 11/8/17

Donna, Very sorry to learn of Gary's passing and know he will be dearly missed. Thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

 

Irene, Jon and family posted on 11/8/17

We will miss you Paul. Always a gentleman. Jon, Irene and family

 

Paul B Medley II (& Betty) posted on 11/8/17

A wonderful lady that a friend of mine, Stan Opie who was also from MO and we met in VA thru horse riding activity, was lucky enough to find. I remember her as a classy, loving, caring lady. I am certain if there is a everlasting reward -- she will be one of the recipients.

 

Larry Kagan MD posted on 11/8/17

I was distressed to see Paul's obituary in this morning's paper. I was his family physician (for him and Goldie) for about 30 years, until my retirement in August. Please accept my condolences upon his passing. Paul was more than a patient to me; more of a friend. He often brought me frozen shrimp when he came to the office and helped us with a fencing issue. In addition, I also used to live next to Mabel in Fairfield. I will miss him.

 

Larry Kagan MD posted on 11/8/17

Paul and Goldie's longtime family physician

 

Rusty Matter posted on 11/8/17

Oscar,my heart goes out to you and your family , Will be praying for you

 

 

Ray Varner posted on 11/7/17

My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

 

Melissa & Cody posted on 11/7/17

Sorry for your loss, sending prayers for everyone.

 

 

Tina Tolbert posted on 11/7/17

Walking hand in hand with Jesus. Rest in Heavenly Peace.

 

Frances Griffin posted on 11/7/17

Donna I am so sorry for your loss. If I can help you please call. You are in my prayers

 

Frances Griffin posted on 11/7/17

Donna I am so sorry for your loss. If there is anything I can do please call me. God bless you.

 

Nyema Davilmar posted on 11/7/17

This was my dad

 

 

K.F. posted on 11/7/17

She will be missed.

 

Anita Monroe posted on 11/7/17

Mrs. Bluemink and family, Dr. Bluemink was always very helpful when working with law firms I have worked for. Praying sweet memories and peace for you.

 

Janis Bryant posted on 11/7/17

I never met Dr. Bluemink but I did speak with him several times at the sudden passing of my husband. Dr. Bluemink was very kind and patient at the most difficult time in my life... I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Robert & Cef Hitchings posted on 11/7/17

We are so sorry to hear about Gary. If there is anything we can, please let us know. You and the family are in our prayers. Robert & Cef

 

Billie and Frank Earnest posted on 11/6/17

Donna and family, Frank and I send our deepest sympathy at the loss of your husband. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Billie and Frank Earnest

 

Elizabeth Brackney posted on 11/6/17

I am so sorry about Gary. You and Garry were so warm and helpful to us when we first arrived in Norfolk and my daughter was your babysitter and my son worked for Gary. If I can do anything to help you please let me know. My prayers are with you and the family.

 

Peggy McPhillips posted on 11/6/17

Donna and kids, I am so, so sorry for the loss of your wonderful husband and father. Please know you are in my thoughts and a prayer has been said.

 

Tracy P Barton Niles posted on 11/6/17

Jason, please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. I pray for comfort and support during your time of loss. I remember your Dad and Mom fondly, and have many good memories of Capot Rd.

 

HB posted on 11/6/17

Willard was a good man i know of no enemies that willard had,that was the type of man that he was. if you were lucky enough to meet willard he became a valued friend.i have many fond memories of willard, dee,and the sandbar. rest in peace willard. my condolences to mike,jason,and the rest of the longman family.

 

Peggy (Barton) Richardson - Andrew Barton's Mom posted on 11/5/17

Jason, so sorry to hear about your Dad!! Thinking of you & remembering all the good times on Capot Road.

 

Mary Costa posted on 11/5/17

Sorry for your loss he was one of my favorite friends of my dad

 

Anne Mitchell posted on 11/4/17

Carol, I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts at this difficult time. The service was wonderful. The video montage was so touching.

 

Mary Gorman posted on 11/4/17

I have known Brad for many years. We were not close friends but over the years, whenever I would see him, a smile came to my heart. He was a great asset to our community and was often seen helping others. Every now and then, someone touches deeply the life of another. Brad did this for me and I will never forget him. Blessings of peace to his family and friends.

 

John and Freddi Morgan posted on 11/4/17

Our thoughts and prayers are with you! Always know that God holds you and your family in the palm of His mighty hand and brings you peace!

 

Clay Butler posted on 11/2/17

To Carol, Butch, and Jennie, my deepest sympathies for your loss. To lose a loved one so young is a crushing blow. Brad was my friend since we were children, and as a man he opened his heart and home to me at one of the most difficult times of my life. His humor, positiveness, and stubborn streak were just a few of the wonderful qualities that made him such an awesome person to be around. Brad never ceased to surprise me with his quick wit, and unique ability to look at life from different perspectives. Brad could always bring a smile and make me laugh, no matter what. I will miss him dearly, and I am grateful to call him my friend. The world is a little less bright with his absence.

 

Marynell & Stephan Gordon posted on 11/1/17

To Carol, Butch, and Jennie: we were so saddened to learn this morning in the Pilot of Brad's passing. We remember your lively, fun-loving son throughout his young years and have such good memories of him. Our hearts go out to you at this time. Please know you have our deepest sympathy. Warmest thoughts to you all -- Marynell & Stephan Gordon

 

Bob (Bobby) and Melissa Hunter posted on 11/1/17

To the Everett Family, Our hearts pour out to you during this difficult time and beyond. Brad was an amazing friend to both of us, and Bob has many, many wonderful memories growing up with him. He was always there to listen, to help, to laugh with. Our world has suffered a tremendous loss. Brad will be in our hearts always, and in our memories forever. Our prayers and love to your family. All our Love, Bob and Melissa Hunter

 

Williams' Family posted on 11/1/17

We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of your loved one. While grief at the loss of a loved one is painful, our heavenly Father promises that those who have fallen asleep in death will be raised to life. (Acts 24:15) Until that time, the cherished memories you have of your loved one may they help bring you inner peace and live forever in your heart.

 

Mike and Carolyn Zabito posted on 10/31/17

Mike worked with Joe at GPC for many years. He was a real character, but a good guy. Carolyn has memories of Christmas parties that Joe and his wife used to attend. we are so sorry for your loss and know God will bless him always.

 

Mike and Carolyn Zabito posted on 10/31/17

Mike and Carolyn posted on Oct. 31st.

 

David posted on 10/31/17

RIP Frankie. I will always remember the good times. Say hi to Larry for me.

 

Joyce & Stacy Howard posted on 10/31/17

My mother & I would like to express our sincerest condolences to your family. We're certainly familiar with the pain of losing a loved one in death. It is very encouraging that the Bible can bring soothing comforting words at such a time as this. When you've time, please consider reading Isaiah 25:8, 1Corinthians 15:26 & Revelations 21:3, 4 and know that these promises are true because God cannot lie. (Titus 1:2) We also invite you to visit JW.org (See Bible Teachings) for more comforting yet insightful information that offers a positive hope for the very near future. May God strengthen you at this difficult time. Our most heartfelt prayers and regards, Joyce & Stacy Howard.

 

Terri Aiken posted on 10/30/17

Prayers and wishing the family strength. A wonderful Aunt. Love you all.

 

Nancy Talbott Deneen posted on 10/29/17

" I love you MOMMY . See you one day ".......................

 

Monica Cabrera posted on 10/29/17

I am so sorry to read of my friend Millie passing. I met her when we were in 9th grade at St. Mary's High School. I was only there for 3 months, and then I went to boarding school in England, although my parents lived in Manhasset. When I came home for the holidays, Millie and I would get together. I spent many happy sleepovers with her family and I remember her brother Al, he was so kind to me too. Goodness, it was so many years ago, Millie, Al and I saw the movie Kramer vs. Kramer together. Both MIllie, Al and I wrote letters to each other when I was away in boarding school. I have kept everyone of them and I have beautiful photos of Millie and I as teenagers. I'm so sorry we somehow lost touch. MIllie will always be close to me in my heart, I loved her so much! God bless and keep her and her family in His shelter of love.

 

Angie Todd posted on 10/29/17

To Ms. Yvonne, Mr. Kenny and Mr. Rodney, please accept my most heartfelt condolences regarding the loss of Ms. Minnie.

 

Karen Williams posted on 10/29/17

So very sorry, Jody and Loyce. Glad you put the part about Uncle Joe liking to barbecue and boating. I will never forget coming to Florida and sailing and eating amazing barbecue.

 

Nicole Epstein LPN posted on 10/29/17

Many prayers for my favorite adopted parents, and their Son and Grandson.

 

Bill & Joan Campbell & Family posted on 10/28/17

My Aunt Julia was indeed a very special person, not only to our family, but to everyone who knew her. She had many gifts and talents. She was strong, loving, kind, considerate, understanding, gracious, soft spoken (but firm), caring and most of all she was a great Christian person. Our family will miss her dearly and we know she is at home in Heaven. Blessings and prayers to Bill and the family.

 

ELLEN Burns posted on 10/27/17

Such fond memories of the Chebetars and Ahles families . Donna you and I were the closest in age. Your mom and dad were such fun to be around and my parents always looked forward to weekend get together. God bless you all during this difficult time. Much love, Ellen Chebetar Burns

 

 

Earl & Stephanie Bolden posted on 10/27/17

Our prayers and love to the family of Dear Julia. She was one of the most special ladies that we have ever had the good fortune to know. Julia's loving and caring nature was unprecedented. God blessed us with a beautiful friend that we will love and remember forever. While we miss her terribly, we know that Heaven has gained another Angel.

 

Verdis Knight posted on 10/27/17

I truly loved working with this amazing, special, heartwarming, woman for many years. My family enjoyed meeting and visiting with her whenever they were in town. When I began subbing after retiring, I went to a different school and lo and behold Julia was there also. She said, "If you can go to different schools, I decided I could also." What a sweet caring woman. She will be missed but the memories will be so cherished. Rest in peace, sweet Julia. Love, Verdis, Penny, Ronnie, and the Isom family.

 

LeeAnna Harrah-Wexler posted on 10/27/17

Meeting uncle Sam a few years ago at his niece Alissa's house, Sam and I immediately became family. His humor brought us together in conversation which he also favored my dad and after that? I was proud to call him Tio Sam. Sam accepted and was good to all and Tio Sam will have a status I'll never forget and will live on. Much love to Tio Sam and all of his family and friends.

 

John posted on 10/26/17

Pastor Jimmy, You always picked out a verse for new members when they joined Suburban Christian Church. I would like to pick out a verse for you, actually two, I couldn’t decide between other of these: Psalm 77:19-20 You led your people like a flock by the hand of Moses and Aaron. Micah 5:3-5 And he shall stand and shepherd his flock in the strength of the LORD, in the majesty of the name of the LORD his God. You were our shepherd. I thank you Jimmy for watching and praying over us; for being with us when we needed a spiritual boost, an uplifting word, a sermon to set us straight but most especially for feeding us the word of the LORD, our GOD. As I’m sure you have already heard: ‘Well done, good and faithful servant. You have been faithful over a little; I will set you over much. Enter into the joy of your master.’

 

Deb Johnson posted on 10/26/17

I always enjoyed Mr. Simmons and his zest for life. I know my father, Rex Lue, considered him a good friend. Sad to see the passing of the guard........

 

Keagan Broussard posted on 10/26/17

I have such fond memories of Pastor Meads. He was instrumental in mine and my families’ spiritual growth. I always loved spending time in his office soaking in his spiritual wisdom. He was like another Grandfather to me... even introducing me to Hess Trucks! I always looked forward to a new one each Christmas. I know that Pastor Meads is rejoicing in heaven! My thoughts and prayers are with the Meads family that remain on earth. What a legacy Pastor Jimmy leaves. I am thankful he poured his heart into me for so many years.

 

B. Joyce Schuh posted on 10/25/17

Sam, You are and always will be a special friend. I know you're riding off in the sunset in your trusty truck not having to deal with any pain & suffering. God Bless you!

 

Katie Berliner posted on 10/25/17

So sad to hear of Dan's death. Love and prayers to you, Aunt Flo, Uncle Jim, Terri, Tom and Ann. Love, Katie and Bill

 

 

Judy Croom Griffith posted on 10/24/17

High school, roommates in college and being in my wedding are memories we will always share. Picking you up for school in that pink and grey Pontiac took a lot of courage! Love ❤️

 

Dave and Kathy Fatkin posted on 10/24/17

We remember the years we were shepherd by Pastor Jimmy. He was a dynamic man of God. We loved listening to his messages and his way of getting all members involved in the ministry. We will miss his vibrant personality, but we know he is rejoicing in the loving arms of our Lord and Savior. Our prayers are with the family and ask for comfort for you during your time of mourning.

 

Carol Curtis posted on 10/24/17

Danny was a kind person who was always willing to lend a helping hand. He was smart and capable and his loss makes our hearts heavy.

 

Kathy Hersh posted on 10/24/17

Pastor Jimmy was a precious, God-filled man of peace. Heaven is most certainly rejoicing at his home-coming! Love and hugs to the whole family and his family in Christ as a whole whose hearts are most certainly healing from missing him sorely... Blessings, Kathy Hersh

 

Gwen Sanchez & Doris Daniels posted on 10/24/17

We are so saddened by the passing of our dear Pastor Meads. Pastor Meads was a great man of God who loved God & souls. He was a deep warrior who gave his all for the kingdom of God. We truly loved Pastor Meads & we will always remember him as a loving caring "gentle giant" with a heart of gold. May God comfort his family & give them peace in knowing he made it in & is now with His heavenly Father awaiting to meet with his loved ones. Do not be sad for he is in a far better place. He will be missed & forever loved. You have finished the course & now your heavenly Father has said "Well done thy good & faithful servant, enter in with Me." May God bless this wonderful family.

 

Kelly Smith posted on 10/24/17

My mother, Dottie, was the kindest person I have ever known. More importantly- the funniest woman I have ever known. She was compassionate, caring, and absolutely witty. She was strong in her role as a mother , raising all four of us to be independent while teaching us to laugh whenever possible. She never seemed to judge and always had the best advice. I have missed her dearly and hope that her struggle with this disease is for a bigger purpose. When she told me she was diagnosed with Alzheimer's I could not believe it. I told her to get a third, fourth, fifth opinion because it seemed ridiculous at her age. She was so strong in her faith that she said calmly "God does not give me anything I can't handle". And that was it- she was the best. I love you Mom and I know you are making everyone laugh in Heaven.

 

Donna Burger posted on 10/24/17

I just heard the news of Mr. Meads passing and although it is sad news, he’s talking with God, I am sure of it! He was always so sweet and funny! He and Mrs. Meads were one of my first patients at PAHRC and we have grown to love them both. God bless your family with love and grace as you go through this tough time!

 

Bob Conway posted on 10/23/17

Jimmy and your whole family touched our lives in many special ways. He was an amazing Pastor and he has touched many people's lives. We will always love him and all of you, may the Lord touch each of you with peace and loving memories of a very special person.

 

Tonya King posted on 10/23/17

My deepest sympathies to your family, may the God of comfort give your family the strength to endure the pain and the sorrow Isaiah 25:8

 

Barbara and Jim Byrd posted on 10/23/17

Flo and Jim we were saddened by the news of Dan’s passing and know that words just can’t really express our heartfelt sympathy for your loss. We will be keeping you and the family in our thoughts and prayers. May God provide you with comfort and peace as you go through this most difficult time. May it also be of comfort to you knowng that others care and are here to provide any assistance you may need. Your neighbors and friends. Barbara and Jim.

 

Michele posted on 10/23/17

I have so many memories of Aunt Dottie, but, there is one memory that makes me think of her EVERY day. The kids and I were at her house visiting for a few days. As usual our trip was filled with laughter and love. Uncle Steve had made a delicious dinner (as always) and Aunt Dottie and I were doing the dishes. I was in charge of washing and she was in charge of drying. As I was washing the dishes I caught her looking at me funny. I asked if I was doing something wrong and she said, 'NO. I have just never seen anyone wash dishes with a paper towel like I do.' It was in that moment that we discovered that we both had such a loathe for sponges. We talked for a few minutes to decide if we were killing the environment with so much paper towel use. We decided we probably were but looked at each other and decided we didn't really care. We would NOT use a sponge. So, Aunt Dottie, each night when I am washing my dishes with a paper towel (to put them in the dishwasher - I learned that from you too) I think fondly and lovingly of you. I love you and my entire Smith family to bits.

 

James posted on 10/23/17

My deepest sympathy for your loss. May you find comfort in Jehovah God's promise to undo death by means of the resurrection, and to soon end all our suffering. (Rev. 21:3-5; Isa. 25:8) Peace to you during this difficult time.

 

 

Brenda & Margaret Serber posted on 10/23/17

Rhonda was this best sister in law/aunt anyone could ever ask for. She was most incredible, and loving woman we have ever met. She was one person you could count on for everything...a smile, a laugh, support, or a shoulder to cry on. She always had a way of knowing what you needed (no matter how good you were at faking that everything was okay). She taught us all how to be strong, selfless, and caring. We haven't been able to see anything redskins without a pain in our heart and a smile on our face thinking of how much she loved them. Saying she will be greatly missed or we will be lost without her is a huge understatement. But we know she will always be with us and watching over us as OUR GUARDIAN ANGEL. Rhonda we love you so much and always will. Give all our other Angels a big hug and kiss from us till we see you all again.

 

Kathleen Holroyd posted on 10/23/17

I can't think about my Aunt Dottie without giggling. So many fun and happy memories with her and my "cousins" through the years. We were always laughing together. Whether it be watching Craig fall asleep in his spaghetti or listening to my mom and Dottie laughing at a kitchen table over some private joke. I am still in awe over the fact that she didn't disown Whitney and I after our never-ending shenanigans. She was kind, super smart, hilarious and the very best friend to my mom. We will miss her here, but look forward to the day we will all be together again. So much love to the Smiths and all who loved her.

 

Linda Johnson and Paul Peloquin posted on 10/23/17

Jim and Flo, Tom and Ann and Terri - what a short life Dan had! We had such a good visit with him just this September - and you are correct - he had some good stories! He was willing to help as much as he could and he was far too young! We are so sorry and sad and shocked about his passing. Please know that we love you and you are in our thoughts and in our hearts.

 

Tom and Janet Holloway posted on 10/23/17

Dear Flo and Jim, we are so very sorry to hear of the passing of your son, Dan. You and your family will be in our thoughts as we pray for your comfort and healing. May the Lord surround you with peace and love as you grieve his loss. Love, Tom and Janet

 

Ernie and Marianne D’Antonio posted on 10/22/17

Jim and Flo, Marianne and I are shocked at the passing of Dan and our hearts grieve for you. You have our prayerz and deepest sympathies. We will have a set of Gregorian Masses said for Dan. Love. Ernie and Marianne

 

 

Irenr Torres posted on 10/22/17

I will miss you very much Uncle Sammy. All the times you would make us laugh. the walks we would take by the water in Yorktown. I loved the boat rides at night, the long rides to visit mom. I will never ever forget You I LOVE YOU !!!

 

Melissa Lang posted on 10/22/17

I will always remember Sam playing and telling jokes with all of us. Him sitting on the patio with James drinking VO and coke, and laughing and carrying on. YOU WILL BE MISSED! But we all know you are just sitting now with God and your Mom, Dad and brother joking and carrying on up in heaven. Much love and respect. Love, Melissa, James, Grace and Olivia Lang

 

Robert posted on 10/22/17

I’ll miss you, G. I’m sorry I wasn’t in contact as much as I could’ve been. I love you.

 

Velma Baker Beck posted on 10/22/17

So sorry for the passing of your son. I will keep you in my prayers.

 

Velma Baker Beck posted on 10/22/17

Susan I am so sorry to read about the passing of your son. I am Velma Baker Beck. I used to work with you many years ago. I have often wondered how you were doing. So sorry for your loss. I will remember you in my prayers for strength and comfort.

 

Claudine Campbell posted on 10/21/17

I'm so sorry for your loss, Mrs. Phyllis. Please know that I'll be praying for you and your family. One love...

 

Downing Chiropractic posted on 10/21/17

My deepest sympathy to the Armistead family. Chuck was a long time patient he will truly be missed.

 

Theresa Manning posted on 10/21/17

I have many fond memories of time spent with my Aunt Dottie, but what sticks out the most are the countless hours she would spend with me over the phone explaining Algebra problems that I couldn't figure out. My Aunt Dottie had a heart of gold, and after a day full of teaching kids, she would spend her free time helping me. I am forever indebted to her, as the success she helped me find in math led me to becoming a math teacher myself. Whenever my students and nieces/nephews need extra help, I think back to what my Aunt Dottie did for me and pay the kindness forward. She inspired me, and I am forever grateful. I love and miss you Aunt Dottie, and look forward to the day we reunite in heaven. To the entire Smith clan--they say you can't choose your family, but we are proof otherwise. I love all of you so much and will continue praying for you during this difficult time. I'm here for you always.

 

Ed & Karen Ish posted on 10/21/17

So sorry for your loss, Sue. You're a strong woman and will make it through this as you have so many other crises. Hang in there - Hugs and Prayers

 

Roberta posted on 10/21/17

My sincere condolence to Maury and Family, may your many memories bring you comfort to share with each other during this special time. May you also experience the comfort spoken of in 2 Corinthians 1:3,4.

 

CH posted on 10/21/17

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8

 

Rachel Littlejohn posted on 10/21/17

Uncle Sammy I love you. When I see you again in heaven I promise to pull your finger.

 

Amy Manning posted on 10/21/17

Memories of Dottie have permeated my mind and heart these past few days. Whether we were singlehandedly destroying a cross-country ski path (accidently, of course) or watching family members drop like flies from food poisoning (she swore it was my fault), we could always find humor in everything. Her smile, laughter and friendship will stay with me and sustain me. Bob and I will always love Dottie, and her family will be our family forever. We love you all and our hearts are breaking for you and for us.

 

 

Sue Claar posted on 10/21/17

He loved his prime rib, gonna miss you buddy

 

Denise Rodriguez-Vereen posted on 10/21/17

To the first man that I ever loved… Daddy. Daddy since the time I could remember you’ve been in my life for so long, during that time I’ll always have fond memories of you. Weekends at Newport News Park feeding the ducks, fishing, playing on the swings and you pushing us on the merry go round… that was my favorite. How about the time at the go karts when I pushed that guy off the track into the muddy grass… we laughed so hard at that moment our stomachs were hurting. I’ll always remember our time here in Virginia as children… going out for ice cream or seeing a movie at the theater, you finding $100 at the mall in front of the Barney machine, we went and got ice cream that day too. How about when that couple fell off the canoe in front of us at Newport New Park. We cracked up so hard we needed to leave so they wouldn’t see us laughing with tears in our eyes, that was a funny moment. We couldn’t help ourselves from laughing. Riding bikes in Newport News Park on the trails. Newport News Park was our spot… your spot, Daddy. I think you marked your territory with that park. Overall, you’ll be sorely missed by all those that love you. I know you’ll rest in peace… you were always such a peaceful soul to me. When I needed to talk to you about something I knew I could always call you and you would listen and give me advice without judgement. I’ll miss talking to you and hearing your voice, your laughter, your jokes, those killer dry jokes… but they made me laugh. For the great memories you gave us I’ll never forget you daddy. Thank you for being in my life, I have such fond cherished memories of you as my father, my friend, my go to person… my daddy. Thank you for all the wonderful memories too many to write. So long and love you always.

 

Linda Brooks Owen posted on 10/20/17

Kenny was a wonderful man, I always liked the way he called me "babe", it made me feel special. He loved Sue with all his heart. Sue,you are in our thoughts and prayers. Stay strong, you can get through this. Remember our dinner party, we had so much fun that night and I'm glad you and Kenny ate the rest of the cake. God bless.

 

Janice posted on 10/20/17

Thanks Kenny you took care of my grandma your a good man

 

Penny posted on 10/20/17

My deepest sympathies to you . Sending prayers your way to keep you strong during this time. Hugs to you my dear friend

 

Rita Anthes posted on 10/20/17

Rest In Peace cousin Fran. Sending healing thoughts and comforting hugs to her family.

 

Sharon Morgan-Jones-Altmeyer-Denbigh Chapel posted on 10/20/17

Memories are always precious. My condolences to Maura and her family during this very sad time.

 

Sharon Morgan-Jones-Altmeyer-Denbigh Chapel posted on 10/20/17

My condolences to Phyllis and family during this most difficult time.

 

obituaries posted on 10/20/17

My condolences to Maura and family during a most difficult time.

 

Judy and Kevin posted on 10/20/17

Heartfelt sympathy to all of the family.

 

Pastor Walter Ingram posted on 10/20/17

The Mt. Pilgrim Baptist Church family send our profound sympathy during this time. We pray the peace of God will give each of you peace from our heavenly father. Sincerely, Pastor Ingram Albany, GA

 

Virginia (Ginny) Anthes-Veltre posted on 10/20/17

So very saddened to hear the news about cousin Fran. Sending my deepest condolences to her family. Your are all in my thoughts today.

 

 

JEFF AND LORI THUEME posted on 10/20/17

Our thoughts are with your family always.

 

Pat Anthes posted on 10/20/17

Fran, Wonderful Sister that will be missed greatly! Powerful defender of the young and people with needs. Her Spirt lives within 2 Daughters, all of Her Grandchildren and Son In Laws !!! We are truly inspired by the way she touched others throughout life and most importantly during her Courageous Fight….. Marine Corps Daughter and Wife! God Bless, Love and Semper Fidelis to our wonderful Lady Fran….

 

Fred posted on 10/19/17

Fran was the best big sister a guy could ask for. My sincere best wishes to her immediate family left behind. .

 

 

Alesia Escobar posted on 10/19/17

Ken, it was really nice knowing you while you were alive on this earth. May you rest in the arms of the angels.

 

TJ posted on 10/18/17

Sincere condolences go out to the family. May the promise found at Acts 24:15 and Psalm 37:29 provide you with a measure of comfort and hope at this difficult time.

 

Jamie Clark posted on 10/18/17

I'm so sorry for the loss of your loved one. God views death as an enemy. (1 Cor. 15:26) And, God is eager to conquer this enemy death, and to resurrect our loved ones. (Job 14:14,15) At that time, death will be no more. (Rev 21:4) I hope this comforts you and your family.

 

Debbie Polak posted on 10/18/17

Nisha, Bris and family, Fran was a wonderful person and a great friend. She will be greatly missed, but always remembered. Love and prayers to you

 

Meghan posted on 10/17/17

I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Mimi. I always looked forward to the days I'd see her and enjoyed our chats. She had such a wonderful soul, I'm glad I was able to know her.

 

Dave, Carol, Mary Ann, Sarah, Daniel, Kelly, John and Patrick Robillard posted on 10/17/17

Great Aunt Marge was truly a special person. We had just reported to Virginia Beach from Puerto Rico and were immediately welcomed by the Wittman family to celebrate Marge's 80th Birthday at St. Gregory's. From that point on Marge welcomed our family to numerous family events and we were very grateful to always be included. We also looked forward to seeing Marge at mass each Sunday. Her strong devotion to her faith was an inspiration to us all. We feel very blessed for spending that time with Marge and will cherish the memories. Great Aunt Marge will remain i our thoughts and prayers as will her beautiful family she left behind.

 

Mary Fisk-Taylor posted on 10/17/17

Sending thoughts and prayers to the Holman family. Robert please know that your entire VPPA family is thinking about you during this very difficult time.

 

 

Amanda and Casey Fish posted on 10/17/17

Sending prayers and love to the family. She will be greatly missed. Rest in peace sweet Fran.

 

Donny Paliotti posted on 10/17/17

So sorry for your loss, you are in my thoughts and prayers. God just GAINED ANOTHER ANGEL UP IN HEAVEN!!!

 

Erin Clark posted on 10/17/17

So sorry for your loss Robert - With sincere condolences, Erin

 

Lonnie Elam posted on 10/17/17

Sorry to hear about the loss of "Swan". He will be greatly missed!

 

Willie Staton posted on 10/17/17

Sorry for the lost we grew up playing together RIP Mark

 

Candace, John, and Camden Streit posted on 10/17/17

Grandma Wittman has always been our "second grandma." She welcomed my family with open arms even before I was born, and we will be forever grateful for her love and generosity. Rest in peace.

 

Cecil and Anna DeHart posted on 10/17/17

So sorry to hear and wish we could be with you all. Know you are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Ervin L Sawyer posted on 10/17/17

MRS WITTMAN was a nice lady and person .I thought a lot of her . I enjoyed visiting and talking to her .Will miss her very much .

 

Ervin L Sawyer posted on 10/17/17

MRS WITTMAN Was a nice lady and person .I thought a lot of her .Enjoyed visiting and talking to her . Will miss her !

 

Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Tucker posted on 10/16/17

We lost somebody with unmatched compassion about what he does. A great guy, I will miss the conversations and great advice. Truly an industry loss.

 

 

Nioaka Marshall posted on 10/16/17

Rick and Bonnie: my deepest sympathy in your loss. Praying for peace and comfort for your family at this difficult time.

 

Julie Ross posted on 10/16/17

Oh my. Rhonda will always be a role model for me. Thank you, Rhonda for hanging in there for so long and giving us all someone to look up to in good times and bad. Love you and miss you!

 

Melva posted on 10/16/17

To the family, I am so sorry for your loss. May yountake comfort in God's promises for the future found in the Bible at John 5:28,29 and Revelation 21:3-5. Take care.

 

Jessica Simmons posted on 10/16/17

You were like a father figure in my life but I know your in a better place climbing every mountain driving every big truck and exploring everywhere. You are truly missed

 

Stephanie R Hayes posted on 10/16/17

I remember Granny Chick being a great neighbor and a wonderful lady. I am so glad I got to see her at Rob's wedding last year. She will be missed.

 

Grace Richmond posted on 10/16/17

I remember all the mornings at the gym when Barbara would come in and make me laugh and how kind she was.

 

 

Lisa Rich posted on 10/16/17

Thank you for always sharing your love and support. Always at get togethers I looked for your smile and your hug. Your kindness and sharing love will be missed.

 

 

Yolanda Keller posted on 10/16/17

My condolences to the family! Love you guys

 

Bill and Debbie Vaccarelli posted on 10/16/17

Rhonda always had a smile on her face and was a friend to everyone. She certainly will be missed, but not forgotten.

 

Tim and Carol Landers posted on 10/15/17

I first met Bill 44 year's ago as my supervisor at Hecht Distributor's.We formed an instant respect and friendship.We will alway's remenber their first date when my wife Carol introduced Bill to her friend Rosemary.Which resulted in the best forty year's of his life,a devoted wife and loving son.I was happy to hear Bill accepted Christ we will meet again.

 

Jack and Linda Robilard posted on 10/15/17

So sorry to hear of Marge's passing. I have fond memories of a family trip to Canada when I was a teen and Linda and I have fond memories of our visit to Norfolk many years ago. She was quite the woman, a wonderful mother and she never lost that Australian accent.

 

Michael T Schmitt posted on 10/15/17

We are so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you during this difficult time. Love, Michael T., Sara, and Misha

 

Art Nolan posted on 10/15/17

Rhonda and I grew up together. She at the Warwick Restaurant and me on the PD. After I retired and moved back to NY, I would always make sure to visit her when I travelled to NN. Every single time she would burst into tears and give me a great big hug. I am going to miss that. RIP Rhonda. You were much loved. Prayers for your family.

 

Otis crane posted on 10/15/17

I just found out that my good friend Bill Harmon passed away two weeks ago. It’s with a heavy heart that we the crane clan jo-Ann Otis Brent and Travis and Mikey who’s up there with Bill the chip man as he called Bill pay our condolences to Rosemary and there son Mark

 

Everett Hogge, Newport News, Virginia posted on 10/15/17

My heartfelt thoughts and prayers to all of Rhonda's family, friends and co-workers. She was always such a Lovely, wonderful and magnificent person to know, as well as her mother, sister and brother who worked at the Warwick Restaurant. No place else could you ever receive a warmer greeting, perfect service and personal attention such as you got therefrom Rhonda. All her many years of hard work, Love and patience to her customers is what made that place what it is today. She was a Noble and Generous woman who gave of herself to everyone she knew, and everyone she met. Warwick Restaurant will never ever be the same without her, and we have lost one of our dearest friends, and I sincerely share in your sorrow.

 

Meg Loyd posted on 10/15/17

So very sorry for your loss! Rhonda eorked with my mother, Frankie Haley, at the Warwick Restaurant for many years. Rest in Peace!

 

Sharon Morgan-Jones - Altmeyer Funeral Home-Denbigh Chapel posted on 10/14/17

My sincere condolences to the Armistead family during this most difficult time.

 

Thomas Ferguson posted on 10/14/17

Thoughts and prayers to my extended family. Keep the thought that Rhonda is in no pain. Watching over us all with all our loved ones who are now with her. Love to all. Tommy Betsy Thomas and Erin Ferguson

 

Doug Foltz posted on 10/14/17

My thoughts and prayers are with Rhonda's family and friends. I have lost a good friend and good waitress as has so many. She was so special to so many people. She has been my waitress at WR since in the late 80s'. One thing about Rhonda,, what you ordered is what you got and she made sure it was prepared right for you. She will be missed by so many. God Bless her. Doug Foltz

 

Mark Waggoner posted on 10/14/17

Charlene & Family, Rhonda was a special person and will be sorely missed.

 

Aleta Women Long posted on 10/14/17

RIP my dear friend. Fly high with the angels until we meet again.

 

Maureen B posted on 10/14/17

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. May the fond memories of your loved one sustain your family at this time. May you also find hope and comfort in our Creators promise to restore life to those asleep in death. John 5:28 &29.

 

Toddy Walsh posted on 10/14/17

My deepest sympathy in the loss of one of our many cousins. Mimi was a kind and caring person and will be missed by so many. I regret that I was unable to attend but you all were in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Jean nohle posted on 10/14/17

You will be greatly missed.

 

 

Isa Naim Ibn Webb posted on 10/14/17

RIP Rhonda you may be gone but you will never be forgotten, your memories will live with us forever

 

 

Isa Naim Ibn Webb posted on 10/14/17

RIP Rhonda you will be greatly missed but never forgotten, your memories will live forever.

 

John Pearson posted on 10/14/17

Rhonda's smile, it was always present whether she was working through good or bad times. Rest in peace my friend, you earned it.

 

Terry Oden posted on 10/14/17

Rhonda, her sisters, brother and momma Davis where my second family growing up and my first neighborhood friends. They loved me as their own. Rhonda lost her battle here but gained eternal life in Heaven! Until I see again my friend! Love Turk

 

Bill and Michelle Nicolaus posted on 10/14/17

Our loss is great but heavens gain is greater. She was a ray of sunshine and she will be missed.

 

AnnieB posted on 10/13/17

I know that words are inadequate at a time like this, but I wanted you to know how very sorry my family is for your loss. May you find comfort in God's promise at Isaiah 41:10.

 

Charlotte Gleba posted on 10/13/17

My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends. She worked with my sister at the Warwick Restaurant for over 20 years. And I can tell you she always had a smile on her face. She was always thoughtful and kind to everyone.

 

Sheri Todd posted on 10/13/17

Kelvin and I and our three kids have known Rhonda for about 20 years. She waited on us many times through the years at Warwick. She was always kind and went above and beyond for her customers. It was obvious that her customers were more like friends though. Rhonda had a way of making us feel welcome and cared for like we were guests in her home. Warwick will not be the same without her. God bless her family.

 

Kate von Briesen posted on 10/13/17

She was such a beautiful presence for Kelley. I will always be grateful for her life. May her beautiful paintings keep her heart's light alive for your family.

 

Diana S.Call posted on 10/13/17

I worked with Rhonda at the Warwick Restaurant for 23 years. She was great at her job,caring and going beyond. She was happy all the time and made friends out of a lot of our patrons! If you were hungry she would feed you regardless! I am going to miss that sweet smile and great vibes when we worked together. I am glad she was bought into my life and am just gonna be lost without her. Her zest for life. Her laugh. Her stories. Her presence. The Warwick Restaurant will never be the same. I worked with her mom,Charlene and sister,Deana there as well . There will never be another person as sweet and pure. She knew I loved her and she could trust me with our conversations. Gone to soon . God gave her her wings. He only takes the best . RIP

 

Edna Jones posted on 10/13/17

I am a friend of Michelle's on Facebook. I have followed her travels back and forth to see her mother. I know her pain that she is feeling with losing the dearest friend of her lifetime. Just know that my heart and prayers go out to each of you during this time.

 

Petra Thomas posted on 10/13/17

Mimi was a good friend at our Curves gym. I was always happy to see her there and chat. Dance class will not be the same without her! May she rest in Peace with God and dance with the Angels! Petra T.

 

John and Dee Barnes posted on 10/13/17

John and I have known Rhonda and Greg for a long time both are nice people. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Greg and the family.

 

Sadie Ables posted on 10/13/17

I have known Rhonda for many years and her lovely daughter was my next door neighbor , I have ALWAYS known she was a virtuous and kind woman whom loved her family and friends , may she now be in the arms of our heavenly father and peace be with those left behind ,SADIE XOXO PRUITT ABLES

 

William C. Smith posted on 10/13/17

my condolences and prayers to the Rutledge family

 

Sharon Lewis Horton posted on 10/13/17

Prayers to you ,so sorry for your loss Uncle Charlie I love you too!

 

Sharon Lewis Horton posted on 10/13/17

Sorry for your loss Prayers to you Uncle Charlie I love you too!

 

Beverly posted on 10/13/17

Steve has always been a great person. I miss his texts. He will always be remembered in the hearts of many. God bless his parents and brother and all of those whom he loved and cherished. Praying that God will comfort you all in the coming months. God bless you and keep you.

 

Patti Fay Schmitt posted on 10/13/17

What a kind and loving man. He will be so sadly missed. My heart is broken for all of us who love him. His bright smile and twinkling eyes will live in us forever.

 

 

Emily Pate posted on 10/12/17

Steve was always there for anyone! He always had an open ear. He was one of the best people I have ever became friends with, I will TRULY MISS HIM!!!! I will still speak to him in my own way. My mother had been through Chemo and I shared her experiences with him, I don't know if it helped him or not? He was always comforting me with his words during that time, putting someone else before himself. He would message me with good thoughts and wish me and her both well. I will miss him deeply, but he will always be in my heart! I will keep all of y'all in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Robynne Dugas posted on 10/12/17

Mimi was a kind and gracious soul and I had the pleasure of working with her for several years. Her sense of humor and kindness were missed at the office once she retired. Rest in peace sweet lady.

 

Julie Jarrad Boone posted on 10/12/17

I am so sorry for your loss. A cousin I never got to know. RIP Stephen and my deepest sympathy to the family.

 

Mary Wilkinson posted on 10/12/17

Trish we are so sorry for your loss, we have you in our hearts and prayers. We are here for you and your children anytime you need us. Mary, Candice, Vickie

 

Bobby Wilson posted on 10/12/17

I remember when Nate first came to the Winston Salem NC Veteran Affairs. We had conversations like we knew each others for a long time. Always being a blessing to whom he come in contact with. He became a great friend, co-worker and someone that I had the opportunity to share the gospel with. Dude you will be missed. It's hard to find great people like YOU.

 

Deborah Russell posted on 10/12/17

NATE: my Friend, Brother, and Co-Worker ... we miss you already, but are thankful for the memories while you were employed here at the Special Operations Command in Tampa, Florida - always with a laugh or smile ... Rest Our Newest Angel

 

 

USA SSG Ret. R Johnson posted on 10/12/17

Staff Sergeant Joshua R. Lorencz, from one Veteran to another. I Salute you! Your name is written into the History of America Forever. I work with your mother and always remember your family will always be Proud of You....

 

 

Kim Barber posted on 10/12/17

I met Stephen when James and I were dating. He was such a sweet guy. We would go to the races and have a Great time. There are a lot of memories that come to mind. I am so sorry to hear about Stephen. To the Bradshaw family, you all are in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless xoxoxo Kim Barber

 

Roger & Denise Rutledge posted on 10/12/17

Sorry for your loss. It's so hard to understand how a life so young be taken so soon. Our thoughts & prayers are with you always.

 

Steve Watson posted on 10/11/17

This is so hard to understand, What a hard working young Man,Husband and Father. Lil Bobby (Rutt) , family and all the old Pump Engineering crew are in our prayers from the City of Franklin.

 

Bud Seibert posted on 10/11/17

Met Steve a little over a year ago when I came to work with Kirbor homes. Really took a Liking to Mr Bradshaw. He was definitely well-liked by the Kirbor people and all of our partners that he had been dealing with for numerous years. .. Miss you Steve.

 

 

Jean Ringenberg & Family posted on 10/11/17

Wonderful Father and Husband

 

Jean Ringenberg & Family posted on 10/11/17

Thoughts and prayers to you all. God please comfort and wrap your arms around them. We are holding you close in our Hearts.

 

The Luke's posted on 10/11/17

So sorry for your loss of such a great man.He was a true friend to anyone he met and will never be forgotten.

 

john thornton posted on 10/11/17

For a person that would do any thing for you at work or after work an was a friend to many people an if you asked Steve to do some thing he would or asked for help or a favor you will be sadly miseed an I will miss seeing you on the job site or off the job he was a good friend who I will miss an god bless you an you are still in my memories an prayers john thornton.

 

Norma Jean Gibbs Sanderlin posted on 10/11/17

Mary I am so sorry for your loss

 

Lisa DeCoste posted on 10/11/17

So very sorry for your loss.... Thoughts and Prayers are with you all.... Lisa & Alexis DeCoste

 

LaVaciette Thomas posted on 10/11/17

Nate...sir you will be missed. That smile is my favorite memory. Fly high and take your rest. Your family is in my prayers.

 

Kenneth E Knight posted on 10/11/17

Nate was a passionate golfer when he lived here in South Carolina and he and I both worked at the VA Regional Office in Columbia. We always looked for each other in the mornings before he transferred to the Winston Salem office to be closer to his mother who he loved! A bright soul with an unforgettable smile. Nate, you are going to be missed by all of us here whose lives you touched. Love you like a brother, first sargeant....

 

Peggy Lewis Whitley posted on 10/11/17

I'm so very sorry for your loss praying for y'all

 

Pam Ildefonzo posted on 10/11/17

My deepest condolences to you upon the passing of Corky,how blessed he was to have had you Ellen to love and care for him. May he rest in Peace.

 

Gary & Becky Roark & family posted on 10/11/17

Our deepest sympathy in the loss of your loved one. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

ELLEN Burns posted on 10/11/17

Corky, I already miss your big smile and big hugs when I came to see you. You made hundreds of friends and many miss already. God rest your soul. I love you, Ellen and family.

 

Ann posted on 10/11/17

A real friend to many. I will miss his messages to me daily. He always knew what to say to make me smile n brighten my day. I will miss u Steve but I know u r w me in my heart. Love you Ann

 

Beth Stage Corney posted on 10/10/17

So sorry for the loss. Well be keeping family in my prayers.

 

Lori Pittman posted on 10/10/17

I will miss my friend sending me private messages on Facebook. "Hey beautiful" he would always begin (and knowing Steve, he said that to all his girls!) He was genuine. He was real. He was gracious. He was kind. He was loving. I have cried so many tears since the loss of my friend last Saturday night. My prayers will continue for his family. The loss of this special man will be felt by many for years to come. I will always love & miss you, my beautiful friend.

 

Nita Everton posted on 10/10/17

Debbie and I met and subsequently became friends while working at GSH. I joined the firm fresh out of real estate school - a bundle of naïve energy who wanted to set the industry on fire. Although initially reluctant to take on such a greenhorn, Debbie gradually showed me the ropes of how to be a true real estate pro. Over the years, we supported each other through divorces, new marriages, moving, job changes, and the adoption of many four-legged children. Looking at her picture now brings back many fond memories and I am saddened at her passing. May her family and friends find comfort and peace during this sad time by remembering Debbie's laughter, quick wit, helping heart and generous spirit.

 

Susan Hodges Harris posted on 10/10/17

I am sorry for the loss of your Father Chip. I know you will miss him.

 

Sarah Rodriguez posted on 10/10/17

My all time favorite patient!! You will be missed

 

A'lice Selena Muldrow posted on 10/9/17

May the Creator of All grant the family peace. Phyllis will be truly missed...

 

Margaret Addenbrook Zontini posted on 10/9/17

I will always remember seeing your mom in the grocery store or about town. As a young person, Candy Casey and I used to visit your mom and dad when playing on your street. Such sweet people.....caring, giving and always positive. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Jim Livsey posted on 10/9/17

I met Buddy back in August to fix his PC. His software was out of date and needed a new PC. First Buddy wasn’t feeling well then I got medical issues. The last time we talked about a week ago and he said he’ll call me when feeling better..... I’m sorry we won’t get a chance to put it all together. I’ll miss him.

 

Roy kearse posted on 10/9/17

To the family may God guide you through and I extend my heartfelt condolences on the loss of Phyllis

 

 

Kathy Trusty posted on 10/8/17

I will never forget the fun lunches we shared while working downtown New York.

 

 

Robin Agurs posted on 10/8/17

Alvin,Gloria,Derrick and Tony, My heartfelt condolences go to you and family. Phyllis was a wonderful friend and will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing her.

 

 

Diane & Jeff Sweet posted on 10/7/17

Have so many wonderful memories of Aunt Thelma from growing up with her as my Aunt. Loved going to her house in Enfield when I was little to going to family events with the Smith Family. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of the family and love to all.

 

Kayla posted on 10/7/17

You will be missed.. speechless I'm going to miss you and remember all the memories we shared

 

 

Delores V. Perry posted on 10/6/17

My dear and good friend Phyllis. May God we lcome you into His kingdom and grant you eternal rest and peace. I shall miss you -- I was really blessed to have you as a friend in my life.

 

 

Delores V. Perry posted on 10/6/17

My dear and good friend Phyllis. May God welcome you into His kingdom and grant you eternal rest and peace. I shall miss you -- I was really blessed to have you as a friend in my life.

 

Sandi Watson posted on 10/6/17

My dear, dear friend Phyllis you will surely be missed. It was a true privilege having you as a friend. I have so many good memories and fun times to hold on to. So sad you had to leave so soon, but God had other plans. I thank God for blessing me with your friendship.

 

 

Treasa Waycaster Hamilton posted on 10/6/17

Condolences to the family. Larue, Lisa and Vicky. Sorry for your loss.

 

 

Maggie lynn kilcrease posted on 10/6/17

Miss you

 

Maggie lynn kilcrease posted on 10/6/17

Hey EddIe. (GRAMPA) WE MISS YOU LIKE KENNY SAID. I KEEP LOOKING FOR YA .BECAUSE YOU LOVED SNEAKING UP BEHIND ME AND JUST STANDING THERE..JUST TO SCARE THE DICKENS OUT OF ME...THEN LAUGH WHEN YOU DID ....LOVE YA GRANDPA YOU WERE THE BEST GRAMPA TO MY KIDS THANK YOU .FOR EVER. LOVE LYNN

 

Jeanne Mays posted on 10/6/17

Aunt Betty, RIP with mom " Norma" and your other siblings. Love you and I will miss you

 

Warwick Mechanical Group posted on 10/5/17

Sending prayers for peace and comfort for you and your family.

 

Joel Cooper posted on 10/5/17

Just learned ofGerald Friedman’s demise. I miss my former partner & friend. Condolence to son, Chip, and family.

 

RACHEL COOPER KARRAS posted on 10/5/17

MAY GOD OUR FATHER SHOWER YOU WITH BLESSINGS & FILL YOU WITH HIS GREAT PEACE! FLORENE ROSE & I SEND OUR DEEPEST CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY.

 

RACHEL COOPER KARRAS posted on 10/5/17

ALL THE FAMILY GET TOGETHERS WE USED TO HAVE!

 

John & JoAnne Garcia posted on 10/5/17

My prayers are with the family. She will be missed by all. May God Bless & Keep the entire Family

 

Gail Driver posted on 10/5/17

I just want to offer my prayers for the Olmstead family. I met Miss Betty and Pops a few years ago and they made the biggest impression on me. Kind and gentle but bigger than life, the both of them. I think alot of this wonderful family and I know she will be tremendously missed. Much love to you all.

 

Murphy Family posted on 10/5/17

Olmstead Family, our love and prayers for you all during this difficult time. Grandma Betty will truly missed by all who had the joy of knowing her.

 

Sue Kanz posted on 10/5/17

Nora , With a heavy heart my deepest condolences to you and your family. I love you.

 

Tom & Ella Shackleford posted on 10/5/17

With love & prayers for strength. We love you all.

 

Vickie posted on 10/5/17

Carolyn and Cheryl, Your father and mother was a sweet people. Your parents had me bring my boys over when they were young to see Mr. Dave's train at Christmas time. My boys are now men and they reminisce about the train and the little city Mr. Dave set up. Your parents will be greatly missed.

 

Janet ferrell posted on 10/4/17

Thinking of you

 

Janet ferrell posted on 10/4/17

Rebecca, I have been thinking of you. Even though I never met Gary or hunter your parents have always kept me informed about you. I am so sorry for your loss. I hope the love that surrounds you and wonderful memories continue to help you throughout this journey! I think of you each Christmas when I hang your mouse ornaments on my Christmas tree! You are dear to my heart!!!

 

United Way of South Hampton Roads Staff posted on 10/4/17

Please accept our sincerest condolences from United Way of South Hampton Roads at the loss of a wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. Mrs. Hammond had been a loyal contributor for many years and our community is a much better place because of her generosity. Sincerely, United Way of South Hampton Roads Staff

 

Tracy Castro posted on 10/4/17

He was a wonderful man for as long as I knew him...8 1/2 years it has been. My prayers and love go out to his family and friends and all the people who's lives he made easier and better. He is missed.

 

Betty Braithwaite posted on 10/4/17

So sorry for the loss. I know she will be missed by many. Condolences to you all.

 

Betty Braithwaite posted on 10/4/17

Scott, Debbie and family - So sorry about your mom. I know she will be missed by many. Condolences to the family

 

Tina Collins posted on 10/4/17

I remember her and my mom looking for me all ovrr the place because i ran away from home. ....

 

Janine l Cowling posted on 10/4/17

I met Martha when we worked together at NRCC, Fort Eustis, VA, we developed a close friendship over the years. We went on several TDY trips together, while pursuing our Level II certification in Contracting, Martha was a sweet and kind person, with such a warm & loving spirit. My heart is truly sadden to learn of her passing. She was a woman that loved her husband Ronnie, her son Junior, her daughter RaeShawn, Chris and her heartbeat, her granddaughter MaKayla, that's all she talked about, every time we would get together. Martha you fought a good fight, you kept the faith and you have finish your course, I know your crown of righteousness was waiting for you, with the Master's voice saying well done, my good & faithful servant.... I will miss our talks & your friendship. My thoughts & prayers are with the family... May God's tender mercy & love comfort your hearts in your times of sorrow...

 

Vernell Young posted on 10/3/17

Rebecca, Hunter and Family: We are so sad and sorry about the sudden loss of your beloved Gary. We will miss him very much because he was absolutely the nicest neighbor ever. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Sympathy and blessings. Vernell and Todd

 

Alan Vaughan posted on 10/3/17

Karl, Our prayers are with you and your family. I know she was a terrific lady to have raised a son as fine as you. God Bless. Alan & Brenda Vaughan

 

Jose Galvao posted on 10/3/17

May you rest in peace....

 

Lisa Maund posted on 10/3/17

My heartfelt condolences and sympathy to Rebecca, Hunter, and Gary's many loved ones. Praying for God to bring you all comfort at this sorrowful time. "The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit." - Psalm 34:18

 

Dr. Barbara J Abraham posted on 10/2/17

Just heard about Jim's passing. Worked with him for many years at Hampton U. So sad. condolences to the family.

 

Norma/Obie posted on 10/2/17

My thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult time.

 

Pat Hughes posted on 10/2/17

Kurt, My condolences to you and your family. May God's light and love surround you and bless you.

 

 

Karla Noorali, Developnent and Permits City of Chesapeake posted on 10/2/17

Kurt, My Heart goes out to you and your family at this time of loss and transitioning. I hope you find comfort in sharing your dearest memories of your mother and exchanging beautiful stories of times with her that celebrate her wonderful life; with all of those who loved her. May these bring joy and let your mother's memory be eternal here on earth and in heaven above. my condolences!

 

Patti Beasley posted on 10/2/17

Ted and Donna, I am so deeply sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this tragic time. All my love.

 

Larry Kight posted on 10/2/17

Kurt, my most sincere condolences to you and your family, for the loss of your mother. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Randolph & Jill Seal posted on 10/2/17

We were saddened to hear about your loss. Our hearts and prayers are with you. We always enjoyed visiting with Marge and Dave during their trips to Colorado. We looked forward to their yearly hand written Christmas cards. What a sweet and loving couple. Take care Cheryl and Carolyn. Randolph, Jill & Tanner

 

Tom and Linda Hicks posted on 10/2/17

Thinking and praying for all of you during time of grief.

 

Tom and Linda Hicks posted on 10/2/17

Thinking and praying for all of you during this time of grief.

 

 

Barbara Secor posted on 10/2/17

Aunt Sara was a very special person and will be missed.

 

Diane Whalen Lewison posted on 10/1/17

My heart goes out to all of Kevin's family. I am very sorry for your loss. Kevin was such a good natured guy. I am sure he will be missed by all who knew him. My sincere sympathy.... Diane Whalen Lewison

 

DONNA DEBOW-SMITH posted on 10/1/17

WE HERE AT LAKEVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH IN BATTLE CREEK MICH. SEND ALL THE LOVE AND PRAYERS FOR YOUR LOSS. WE KNOW AND LOVE DONNA AND TED AND WE ALL HOLD THE WHOLE FAMILY IN PRAYER IN THIS TIME OF NEED. GOD BE WITH ALL THE FAMILY.

 

D. Harris posted on 9/30/17

Dear Family, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your dear loved one and send you my sincere condolences. May you find comfort from God's word at Revelation 21:3,4 and John 5:28,29. Heartfdeeelt prayers are with you during this difficult time.

 

Sharon Boone posted on 9/30/17

"Grief never ends...but it changes. It's a passage, not a place to stay. Grief is not a sign of weakness, nor lack of faith. It is the price of love." I am so sorry and thinking of you all.

 

Cindy Ginn posted on 9/30/17

To the Ryan family : My thoughts and prays are with you ! Love Cindy Ginn

 

Maria Northington posted on 9/30/17

Dearest Rebecca, My deepest and sincere condolences. Gary was an outstanding and exceptional individual. My prayers are with you and Hunter for much strength and peace during this very difficult time. May the Lord Jesus grant you the grace to bear this loss. John 11:25-26 & 2 Corinthians 1: 3-4 , in much love,

 

Thord and Karen Einarsen posted on 9/30/17

Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Thord and Karen Einarsen posted on 9/30/17

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

 

Robert (Bob) Luce posted on 9/30/17

Cheryl, my deepest condolences for the loss of your mother. Keep your father close and cherish the time you have together.

 

Buddy Sanford and Peggy Simmons posted on 9/30/17

John Doone wrote this in the 1600s, it is still worth writing ,"Any man's death diminishes me for I am involved in mankind". Rest in Peace

 

Lisa Gifford and family posted on 9/30/17

Your in my thoughts and prayers love you lots.....

 

Belinda Pugh posted on 9/30/17

So sorry for your loss. Hug Hunter especially close.

 

Mike Brown posted on 9/29/17

I am very sorry for the family's loss, may Peggy rest in peace.

 

Guillory Family posted on 9/29/17

To the loved ones of Gary Headings, Although we did not have the privilege of knowing Mr. Headings, we have personally experienced the pain of losing someone we loved dearly. We extend our heartfelt condolences to each of you. Please be assured of God’s enduring love for you, his concern with your well-being, and his willingness to help you endure this difficult time. (1 Peter 5:7) We pray that God’s promise at Revelation 21:4 will provide you comfort in the days to come. For further comforting thoughts, please visit https://www.jw.org/en/publications/magazines/watchtower-no3-2016-may/when-a-loved-one-dies/. The Guillory Family Covington, LA

 

 

Bill and Donna Campbell posted on 9/29/17

Bill and Donna Campbell

 

Edward and LaQuita posted on 9/29/17

To our brother, we look forward to seeing you again. Rebecca and Hunter may the spirit be with you and comfort you today, tomorrow, and always.

 

Vickie Hughes posted on 9/29/17

Mr. Dave, Cheryl, and Carolyn - Words cannot express how sorry I am for your lost. She would always ask about the boys and encourage me to hang in there. She will be greatly missed. Prayerfully submitted Bruce & Vickie Hughes and the Boys

 

Randy K Wright posted on 9/29/17

Please accept my sincere condolences for Gary! I remember him as a kid running around with my daughter. He was a good kid and grew up to be quite a man. RIP Gary. I hope you know how much my daughter loved you and now, will be lost without you! Thank you for your service to our great country! I salute you, Gary!!!

 

 

LS3 Seaman Tatiana posted on 9/29/17

No farewell words were spoken, no time to say goodbye, you were gone before we knew it, and only God knows why.

 

Mike and Rosemary Godde posted on 9/29/17

Please know you all in our thoughts and prayers. May God embrace you with his loving comfort. Gary was a wonderful man, our memories of him will be cherished deep within our hearts forever.

 

Amatullah Muhammad posted on 9/29/17

I only knew Gary for a short time-he was the friend of a friend,but in that time,I saw what a great person he was. When I heard about his marriage and the birth of his son,I was so happy for him!! He was a good soul,and will be missed by all he came across-even those who only knew him for a short while. Rest peacefully,gentle spirit.

 

Brandi Whitman posted on 9/29/17

I am at a loss of words. The English language is inadequate for me to share how much Gary meant to me. From Northside Middle, to Granby High, to Staunton, and through our adult years. I love him and always will. His family will always be my family and forever a part of my village. Until we meet again my friend, nothing but happy memories Pippi

 

 

Peg Shriner. (Momma Dog) posted on 9/29/17

Gary was loved by so many. A testament to the way he was brought up by his parents Ted and Donna Headings....by his loving wife Rebecca....by his in laws Ed and Mary....by his beautiful son Hunter....a special part of my family for 25 years. God took you home way to early for us but he must have needed you. You will always be in our hearts forever. Thank you for your service and know we will see you again. Blessings and prayers to all

 

Ashley Totten posted on 9/29/17

Praying for your family to find peace and comfort, Gary was loved by all!

 

Love Faye and Family posted on 9/29/17

I know that God has a plan for all of us but sometimes it just doesn't make sense. With deepest sympathy and prayers for Rebecca and Hunter to find peace in this life and more faith in their hearts as they move through life as God has a amazing angel/hero.

 

 

Leigh Ann King posted on 9/29/17

We will miss you Fred...sending love and prayers to his family..God Bless

 

Katie (Dove) Norton posted on 9/29/17

Prayers going up in overtime for Rebecca and Hunter and everyone in both of their families and friends. God Bless you all.

 

Greg Deguzman posted on 9/29/17

She was the sweetest lady I ever knew. There is no one that I've ever met that could show the care and sincerity she gave. She was a true lady, and I am proud to have known her for nearly 40 years!

 

Barbara Doan posted on 9/28/17

Keeping your young family in our thoughts and prayers as you negotiate life without your helpmate. May God and family hold you especially close at this difficult time

 

Nikole Mossholder posted on 9/28/17

Our deepest sympathy to Rebecca, Hunter and family. Thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult time.

 

Ernestine posted on 9/28/17

My sincere condolence and deepest sympathy to the family. It never easy losing a loved one , no matter what the age it's always too soon. May the fond memories that you shared over the years bring warmth to hearts. May the support of friends give you comfort. May the trust worthy promises( Titus 1:2 )of our Heavenly Father give you inner peace and strength to cope with the days ahead. Rev 21:4 Acts 24:15 Ps 37:11,29

 

Janet Burke posted on 9/28/17

Dave, I am so sorry for your loss. What a dedicated, wonderful, supportive husband you are. I simply can't think of Marge without thinking of you as well. You were a team. I remember how blessed Marge knew she was to have you at her side. Together you brought so much love into our family of co-workers at "the Beach." Marge was such a Godly woman, a bridge builder, and gifted with the ability to mend and soothe the rawest of nerves. And then you were there to lift us up with Krispy Kreme donuts and personalized Easter eggs for every member of our team. I remember what a joy it was for you to swing by with your niece from Philly! What a love bug! But that is what the Strano family is all about. And so Marge's legacy is love: the highest and finest of gifts, and we were so grateful to have her with us. And yes! I will never watch a Steeler's game without thinking of our Marge!

 

Judy Barbarics posted on 9/28/17

I'm so so sorry for your loss.

 

Patricia posted on 9/28/17

In times like this comfort and understanding is truly needed. Our creator Jehovah God is the "Father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our trials." (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) He is "close to the broken hearted, and He saves those crushed in spirit." (Psalm 34:18) May He comfort and show your his love through caring friends, warm memories, and moments of peace. My condolences to the family.

 

Aunt Sarah; David and Jane Elliott posted on 9/28/17

Sincere sympathy in your loss May God grant you peace and comfort as you remember the good times.

 

Annette and Pat Kukla posted on 9/27/17

My heart goes out to my HDI coworker Ginger at this sad time. You and your family will be in my prayers. We are all Blessed that Joshua served this great country of ours for peace.

 

Gail Stephenson posted on 9/27/17

Rosemary and family, so sorry to hear about your loss. I pray God will comfort you and your family at this sad time.

 

 

Shawna McCabe-Smith posted on 9/27/17

Sweet, beautiful, Marge... I envision you singing and shagging with all kinds of cool people in heaven. Rest in Peace, my dear.

 

 

Wanda N Smith posted on 9/27/17

I am so saddened by this news. Please accept my sincere condolences. Praying comfort to all family and friends. May God Bless you.

 

Aaron Hines posted on 9/27/17

I worked with Bill at Hoffman Beverage for only a short period of time, but I'll always remember him as a genuine person first and foremost. He was always someone that went out of his way to say hello, shake my hand, look me in the eye, and have genuine interest in how I was doing. And he did all of it with a smile on his face. Such simple interactions spoke to the quality of person he was. I know he'll be missed by many, but at the same time remembered with the kindest thoughts, memories, and smiles. RIP Bill!

 

 

Tina hickman posted on 9/27/17

Donna I loved your mom and dad they always made you very welcome at there home and anytime you seen them.just remember they are both looking down at you and watching over you and your family.I love u and in very sorry I couldn't be there with you.

 

Char James posted on 9/27/17

RIP, Marge...you were always friendly to me at VBGH.

 

Jeremy Newman posted on 9/27/17

So sad to hear of Lin's passing. I never met Lin, but know that her daughter and granddaughter dearly loved her. Donna and Victoria, you are lucky to have your mother/grandmother around for so long and to be able to build those precious memories that will last forever.

 

Robert & Holly Hapeman posted on 9/27/17

You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Jolene Miller posted on 9/26/17

I am so sorry for your loss, my deepest sympathies to your family

 

Sharon Morgan-Jones posted on 9/26/17

My sincere condolences to the Holland family during this most difficult time.

 

Scott and Karen Aldridge posted on 9/26/17

Deanna, Scot and I are so saddened by this. Tori was the first baby he delivered here on the island, well actually in the ambulance. Are love and prayers to you and your entire family during this difficult time.

 

Becky Neff posted on 9/26/17

Prayers and sympathies for Josh's family. He was a dear student who I was just so proud of for who he was as a young adult and what he was doing with his life after high school. God bless.

 

Chris scott posted on 9/26/17

RIP Bill, you ran the race and finish well. You will be remembered for your Witt and vast knowledge of the beer industry. The proverbial Bud man!

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 9/26/17

Ms. Linnie was a very sweet lady. To Ms. Donna and Mr. Al, Ms. Victoria and Mr. Steve you all as well as the rest of your family have my most heartfelt sympathies.

 

PHyllis O'Boyle posted on 9/26/17

Never got to meet Tori, but I know her husband and His parents. I am so sad to hear this. Tori was so young and Eddie and their son will miss her . MY sympathy to the whole family.

 

 

TMT1 Douglas Shonk posted on 9/26/17

RIP MARINE

 

 

Jackie and William White posted on 9/26/17

I grew up with Mark and Mr. Harmon always treated me as one of his own. He and his wife always welcomed us into their home with open arms and I will forever remember his kind heart and honor the type of example he set as a Dad, Husband, Veteran, and Provider. You will live on in our memories... Be though at peace...we love you

 

Stephen Rauchfuss posted on 9/25/17

Bill was a GREAT guy, about 40 years ago Bill was my room mate, I was new to the area and he was a wonderful friend ! I was just trying to find Bill last week,,,,,,I had called a mutual friend and he sent me the obit, GOD chose a wonderful assistant !

 

John Crow posted on 9/25/17

I will never forget Gerald! When ever I said "if you have the time" his reply was always "I always have time for you". May you rest in peace. John Crow

 

Gregg Ellis posted on 9/25/17

Bill was always there to lend a hand. I'll miss our conversations....RIP Budman!

 

Michael Sholler posted on 9/25/17

What does one say about someone who steps in and helps save your life? Thank you? No, a simple thank you from me to Billy for me wasn't enough..But for him...It always was enough because Billy was about loving and giving.Again I thank you Billy ...and will miss you with every breath I take for the rest of my life. I am honored to have been a friend and have been a member of William Harmon's working team. Once you were on a team managed by him you didn't want to be on any other team. Rest easy family and friends Billy is now on the greatest team ever.

 

Esther Pritchett posted on 9/25/17

No words, no matter how tender, can touch what you’re feeling inside. Still, may you find a quite comfort in knowing that your love one now rests in beautiful and lasting peace. With Our Sympathy on Your loss Esther Pritchett & Family Pondtown, Md

 

Charlie Falk & Norma Moss posted on 9/25/17

So Sad to hear of the passing of Gerald. Our thoughts and prayers go to Chip and family.

 

JOSEPH COLE JR & Willi M COLE posted on 9/25/17

RON AND FAMILY SORRY TO HER ABOUT YOUR LOSS SHE WILL BE MISS BY EVERYONE THAT HAVE COME ON CONTACT WITH IN LIVE, MY WIFE AND I PRAY FOR YOU AND KIDS JUST KEEP GOD IN YOU HEART AND SHE WILL ALWAYS BE THEIR TOO.

 

EJ & Carolyn Johnson posted on 9/25/17

Our prayers are with the family. May God comfort you and give you His peace.

 

Sean Driscol posted on 9/25/17

Dad I will always remember how I could make you smile by bringing up the story of me falling into the lake :) I'll hold on to all the good memories and let go of the ones that weren't and I will see you when I get there. I love you

 

Toni Morris posted on 9/25/17

RIP Uncle Ray. I regret not getting to know you very well as you lived out of town. But I always enjoyed visiting you at my aunt Bobbie's house when you, Rosemary and Mark would visit in Danville. You were often quiet but always very kind. It isn't fair that you had to suffer so much the last part of your life but you gave it a good fight. That says a lot about a man. You will be missed.

 

 

CE Reid posted on 9/25/17

RIP Billy

 

Ora May Miller Sluss posted on 9/24/17

My name is Ora May Miller Sluss. I was a roommate at Madison College for two years and I remember her fondly. We have stayed in touch thru the years. I visited her in Norfolk a few times, met her parents. I am so sorry for the loss of such a good person.

 

Tonya Dell (Lorencz) posted on 9/24/17

Josh, you were so little when we used to hang out. You and Brian would come over and play with my son Dillon and Uncle Jim and Aunt Tracy would come over with Jesse. You boys were just playing around, just so full of life! I'm so sorry that we lost touch, until Facebook that is!I Watching you grow into a fine young man! Having a beautiful wife and two beautiful fur babies! You have touched so many lives, and we're loved by all! Rest in peace my sweet cousin! ❤️

 

Madle posted on 9/24/17

I've lost another Dad. Love to your family.

 

Mr&mrs. Donnie &Betty Christian posted on 9/24/17

Our deepest condolences for your lost

 

 

Kattie Binns posted on 9/24/17

 

Kattie Binns posted on 9/24/17

I unfortunately have not been able to be around Joshua and the rest of my nephews and niece but, I loved him non the less. He was a kind and caring young man and I'm so saddened his life was cut so short. Alex looked up to Joshua and his accomplishments as a Marine. I never met you Lexie but know Alex and I are thinking of you and we loved Joshua! Aunt Kattie Binns (Gleason) and Cousin Alex

 

 

Margaret Young posted on 9/24/17

My condolences go to the bereaved family. The loss that you and your family have encountered saddens me. I am honored and blessed to have known your wife. She was truly a blessing in my life, and I will miss her. I offer you my thoughts, prayers, and well-wishes during this dark time in your life. A good heart has stopped beating; a great soul ascended to heaven. With a heavy heart, I pray for the eternal repose of one who was a woman of distinguished humanity. May God put her in a special place where she will be watching us, the people who loved and cherished her! May she forever rest in peace!

 

 

Mom, dad and brothers posted on 9/24/17

We love you Joshua❤️

 

 

Christine Lorencz posted on 9/24/17

Prayers to my family. I only got a short time to see you as a child, but your smile impact my heart and will forever. Thank you for your service to protect. Love Your Aunt Chris.

 

Julie posted on 9/24/17

I remember meeting Lilo and Dennis when they walked into Kroger around Thanksgiving 2013 and ordered flowers. From then I knew they were truly kind people and for a few years my work week wouldn't feel complete without seeing their smiling faces. Sometimes it would just be Lilo or just Dennis stopping by to say hi, and we'd talk as much as we could. They would dispense valuable life advice and tell me about their children and grandchildren with love shining in their eyes. Around Valentine's Day and birthdays and anniversaries Dennis would always come to order flowers in secret for Lilo. It just melted my heart to see. He would say just make it purple because Lilo loves purple, and of course make it pretty. Those were my favorite days at work. Dennis, you are so loved and will be so missed! I can only imagine the number of lives you've touched with your kind, quiet, easygoing demeanor. I'm so grateful to have known you and I'm sending my love to your family who I know you loved dearly!

 

Jocelyn Kirk-Haag posted on 9/24/17

I wish I did have more memories of my Uncle....It was my pleasure to have met Dennis last week.....On behalf of my father...Joe....His brother....I apologize....How wonderful that he was able to be a grandfather to his grandkids.....Rest in Peace Dennis....

 

Katherine Addington posted on 9/24/17

Pat was a true asset to the Marian Manor. She was kind and loved to help those who were unable to help themselves. What a nice lady....God Bless. Kathy

 

Angie Hawkins posted on 9/24/17

Dennis had a beautiful smile. I know through many conversations with Lilo that Dennis was a very attentive husband and father and was simply adored by his granddaughters. They will miss him dearly. Prayers for the family.

 

 

sandy halliburton posted on 9/24/17

you will be sorely missed, dennis! hope the fishing is good wherever you are, brother!

 

Dan & Loretta Gleason posted on 9/24/17

Although Josh was not our biological Grandson he was very much our Grandson.We have enjoyed watching him grow up into a very intelligent,caring and loving young man. It really saddens us that he will not be able to fulfill his dream to be in the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Even though we have not seen much of him as of late because of Japan we kept in touch through Facebook. We love you may you rest in peace.

 

Alberta Scott posted on 9/24/17

To Ronnie, Raw Shawn, Chris, Ronnie Jr. and Family: Our prayers and thoughts are with you during this time of sorrow. Martha was a beautiful, kind and loving person who always helped and inspired others. She was always a giver and never a taker. We were blessed to have her in our lives. Martha volunteered at New Beech Grove Baptist Church as a teacher and later the Director of Children's Church Ministry, the official and Trustee Board. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and a great friend. We will miss you Martha and your beautiful smile and you will always live in our hearts. Thanks for the great memories and leaving a beautiful legacy. Gone, but never forgotten. May God continue to bless and strengthen the Family during this time of sorrow. We love you! The Scott Family - Houston, TX

 

Aneita Campbell posted on 9/24/17

Beautiful person inside and out, I'm still so shock. My condolences to Chuck and his family.

 

 

kenny kilcrease posted on 9/24/17

I miss you dad it hurts so much I keep waiting for you to walk thru the door love you forever

 

Iva morgan posted on 9/24/17

I will miss my baby brother. He was only two and one half years younger than me. We had lots of memories and got to talk about them when I visited him iv Virginia Beach. I got to help tend to him his last week or so of his life. More importantly I got to lead him to the Lord. I'll see him again one day and will walk on streets of gold with him. I love you Ray.

 

Iva morgan posted on 9/24/17

I will miss my baby brother. He was only two and one half years younger than me. I remember so much of our childhood together. He went in service and I married and moved out of town. When he came to Danville, I always came back there to see him. I had the privilege of helping tend to him the last week or so of his life and mire importantly I led him to the Lord while In Virginia Beach. I will see him again and walk on streets of gold with him one day. I love you Ray,

 

Jason posted on 9/24/17

Dennis was a great man. He was a friend, a mentor, and an amazing father-in-law. I will miss his humor and 5:00am knocks on the door to get up and go fishing. My deepest sympathy to all friends and family who had the honor to know him.

 

Barbara Edwards posted on 9/24/17

I will miss my sweet brother. He was more like another son to me for I was older than him and looked after him when our mother died. He had a wonderful family he loved more than life itself and did not want to leave them. May he rest in peace and no more pain or medication for him. He will be missed in Danville, Va, I believe he is with the angels in heaven.

 

Delores Wagoner posted on 9/23/17

I miss you Pat RIP my buddy

 

Susan Neas Cordeiro posted on 9/23/17

Terry, Tracey, and families, I am so sorry for the loss of your mother. I am sending love, peace, and comfort during this time. I know you will miss her dearly. Cherish the memories you have, as I know I will. Miss you guys and think of you often! Lots of love, Your cousin, Susan xoxo

 

Iris Crusan posted on 9/23/17

So sorry for all of you, Tori that she had to leave us so young and the family and friends left behind. My God grant you peace and love at this troubling time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Tracy DeSpain posted on 9/23/17

My son worked with your amazing Marine. Although I did not know him, my heart breaks for your family. The entire Marine Corp Family is here for you. From one Marine parent to another, I cannot imagine your loss. My prayers are with you during this tragic time

 

Trevor, Beecher posted on 9/23/17

I was fairly new to Okinawa as josh was beginning his preparation to head to the schoolhouse... full of jokes and smiles... I remember one day the subject of Twinkies came up and I had never had a Twinkie... he stopped everything that was going on and went to buy me a Twinkie right then! When someone made a comment saying, “Beecher turn side ways.... you really think you need that” he cut them off And said “Beecher, Shut Up And eat the freaking Twinkie!” I still laugh about it when I look at Twinkies... I am honored to have had the opportunity to serve with him rest easy Brother!

 

Carlos Rivera posted on 9/23/17

Josh was one of the coolest people I had the honor of meeting. Thanks to him I got back into playing the sport I love which was football. I remember the day like it was yesterday him and other marines were in the barracks about to play and I was new to my unit in Japan and I asked if I could join and he said yea no problem and that night is when it all started. I got into playing in tournaments with him. On field days he would get me out of trouble and get me out of field day period. He was a great mentor every time I was lost in life or my military career he was there to guide me. I will truly miss him. He was laid back funny guy. He was like an older brother to me.

 

 

Brian White posted on 9/23/17

Josh was such an amazing Marine. I enjoyed working with him in Okinawa. He always had a great attitude and had an infectious smile. Josh will truly be missed.

 

Taryn Hauxwell posted on 9/23/17

Im gonna miss you so much Tori. I wish the last time we talked it would of been longer. Theres so many memories & i cherish everyone of them. I know your watching down on all of us. Love you so much. Rest easy my girl. God bless your family. You have my prayers.

 

Meaghan Moreau posted on 9/22/17

A heartfelt condolence to Justin's family. Justin was a terrific person, a great friend and father, and all around good person. He will be sorely missed and I hope he finds peace.

 

Emily Bilsky posted on 9/22/17

Rest in paradise tori. Gone too soon. Missed and loved by many. I love you tori.

 

Omenita posted on 9/22/17

Tammy, I was shocked to hear about the death of your husband. I know it seems impossible right now, but eventually you will find the rhythm of a new normal and be able to move forward. I pray that God continues to strengthen you and ease your sorrow.

 

 

Nechia & Ron Wright posted on 9/22/17

Fly free now, Tori, with the angels !!

 

Theila posted on 9/22/17

I am so sorry, my heart goes out to her family.

 

Young posted on 9/22/17

My family and I would like to extend our deepest condolences for the loss of your loved one. May the true God mend your family crushed and broken hearts, and may your family be comforted by God's promise of the resurrection. (John 6:40) Which assures us that we will see our loved ones again.

 

Julie Kurkierewicz, Brandon & Robert posted on 9/22/17

Tori was taken far too young. She was a lovely, intelligent young lady. My heart breaks for her husband, son and her whole family.

 

John Greenley posted on 9/22/17

A cousin I never knew I had until recently. An opportunity lost.

 

 

EMC Joshua Wright and Family posted on 9/22/17

Tori you will be deeply missed.

 

Stephanie Kelly posted on 9/22/17

I've known Tori since she was a little girl. She would come down and play with my boys. She had a smile that would light up a room. She will be deeply missed.

 

 

Stephanie Kelly posted on 9/22/17

I've known Tori since she was a little girl. She use to come play with my boys. She was such a sweet young lady that became a beautiful young woman. She'll be missed tons. May she RIP

 

 

Stephanie Kelly posted on 9/22/17

I've know Tori since she was a little girl. She use to come down to my home and play with my boys. She'll be dearly missed.

 

 

The Murray family posted on 9/22/17

We are all so sorry for your loss. Of course we are all here for you if you need anything at all.

 

Anna (and your Oak Grove Friends) posted on 9/22/17

Ellen, we are so sorry to hear about your sister passing. You and your entire family are in our prayers. Hugs to you all.

 

Brandie Gromala posted on 9/22/17

My beautiful cousin! We have many memories, but not quite enough. Love you always! sending love, prayers and hugs to Edward, EJ, Dave, Denna and Davy!

 

Cynthia spohn posted on 9/22/17

She will be missed

 

 

Mark & Lori Miller posted on 9/21/17

Heaven gained a beautiful soul.. RIP Tori..Fly high and watch over your loved ones till they see you again.

 

 

Mark & Lori Miller posted on 9/21/17

 

 

Caitlyn McIntosh posted on 9/21/17

So blessed to have known you even for so short a time. You've left a shining legacy behind for EJ, through your love for him and your gift with animals. May he always know what a lasting impression his mama left on so many, even though you were called home too soon.

 

 

Eileen Clark posted on 9/21/17

One more candle for Tori, I only wish I got to meet you but through facebook I did and I am grateful for that. You will always have a place in everyone's heart. Sorry my first two post did not have our name on the end so I wanted to light one more candle. Michael and Eileen Clark Thornhurst, PA

 

Christina Thompson Long posted on 9/21/17

I remember my first couple of years driving school bus in the bayside area. I was so happy to be able to talk to Ann because she told me exactly what was needed to be able to drive school bus and how to deal with some of the drivers. She was spot on about everything. I really appreciated her blunt but truthful way of speaking. She will be missed by so many.

 

 

Eileen Clark posted on 9/21/17

A candle is lit for Tori, May she rest now. Take care sweet princess you will be missed.

 

Eileen Clark posted on 9/21/17

Michael and I want to send our sincere condolences for the loss of this beautiful woman, we feel so bad for what she went through and what the families are going through at this difficult time. If there is anything we can do please let us know. God bless all of you, Tori is now in the arms of the angels may she rest in peace. We are terrible sad she left you all to soon.

 

Kellie Westerman posted on 9/21/17

I am so sorry for the entire family's loss, including her busdriving family. I will miss her wonderful sense of humor and her spunkiness. The commitment to everything she did will always shine.

 

Sharon Luttrull Gregory posted on 9/21/17

Debbie,Cheryl and Buddy Jr; I am so sorry to hear about mom. Ann was a very special lady and very good friend to my mom. You all will be in my prayers.

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 9/21/17

To the family of Ann Bernard, May you always be comforted by the memories Ann left with you.

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 9/21/17

Heartfelt condolences to the family of Justin Heughins

 

Petra Wanders Bosma posted on 9/21/17

You will be missed Ms Anne. Rest In Peace

 

Angie Doubikin posted on 9/21/17

My deepest sympathy to the whole family. Rest In Peace Ms. Ann.

 

Lynn Polly posted on 9/21/17

I am so so sorry that you are no longer with us, and I will truly miss my crafty friend, but so grateful for the friendship we shared. You will always be in my thoughts .

 

 

Phyllis Carnforth posted on 9/20/17

My deepest sympathy for the entire family.

 

 

Wesley Shaw and Family posted on 9/20/17

To Ronnie Friend, so sorry to hear about your loss. I am praying for you and your family.

 

 

Rachael Wood posted on 9/20/17

Lyrics When the sun had left and the winter came And the sky fall could only bring the rain I sat in darkness, all broken hearted I couldn't find a day I didn't feel alone I never meant to cry, started losing hope But somehow baby, you broke through and saved me You're an angel, tell me you're never leaving 'Cause you're the first thing I know I can believe in You're holy, holy, holy, holy I'm high on loving you, high on loving you You're holy, holy, holy, holy I'm high on loving you, high on loving you You made the brightest days from the darkest nights You're the river bank where I was baptized Cleanse all the demons That were killing my freedom Let me lay you down, give me to ya Get you singing babe, hallelujah We'll be touching, we'll be touching heaven You're an angel, tell me you're never leaving 'Cause you're the first thing I know I can believe in You're holy, holy, holy, holy I'm high on loving you, high on loving you You're holy, holy, holy, holy I'm high on loving you, high on loving you I don't need the stars 'cause you shine for me Like fire in my veins, you're my ecstasy You're my ecstasy You're holy, holy, holy, holy I'm high on loving you, high on loving you You're holy, holy, holy, holy I'm high on loving you, high on loving you You're the healing hands where it used to hurt You're my saving grace, you're my kind of church You're holy

 

Floyd Family posted on 9/20/17

We are so sorry for the loss of your loved one. May you take comfort in God's loving promises for the future, recorded in the Bible at Revelation 21:3,4. Take care.

 

 

Robin Kemp-Tate (Co-Worker/Friend) posted on 9/20/17

TO: Ronnie, Ronnie Jr, Raeshawn and Family (In Loving Memory of Martha) I was saddened to hear about the loss of your wife, mother, grandmother, and friend Martha. I have known Martha since the 1990’s and met in JROTC, Fort Monroe, VA. Martha was a very special person who had the biggest heart and always made you feel welcome in her presence. The Lord has a plan for Martha and has freed her from her pain and she's beginning her new journey. Everybody that knew Martha can reflect back on all the memories they shared as a family, friend, and co-worker. These memories will be in our hearts for a lifetime. In this time of sorrow, may GOD provide all of you strength, comfort, and healing to get through this difficult time to begin the healing process of losing a loved one. Thoughts and prayers are with each of you during this difficult time in the loss of your wife, mother, grandmother and friend. May God comfort you in all your days ahead and may you find peace knowing that she will be watching over each of you in the days ahead.

 

Sean w posted on 9/20/17

I first met Jay back in the late 70's early 80's. I was just a kid, and he always made me feel important.

 

Paul and Shirley Core posted on 9/19/17

We are terribly sad to hear of Harry's passing, it was such a gift to have him as a mentor in our lives. Harry was always willing to teach and guide others along life's journey personally and professionally. May Gods embrace surround you during this difficult time. Praying for your peace and comfort.

 

Joshua Daniel Wood posted on 9/19/17

 We are going to die, and that makes us the lucky ones. Most people are never going to die because they are never going to be born. The potential people who could have been here in my place but who will in fact never see the light of day outnumber the sand grains of Arabia. Certainly those unborn ghosts include greater poets than Keats, scientists greater than Newton. We know this because the set of possible people allowed by our DNA so massively exceeds the set of actual people. In the teeth of these stupefying odds it is you and I, in our greatness, that are here. We privileged few, who won the lottery of birth against all odds, how dare we whine at our inevitable return to that prior state from which the vast majority have never stirred? I Love you baby boy.

 

 

Karla Noorali (DP City of Chesapeake) posted on 9/18/17

May his memory be eternal. With love and prayers, Karla.

 

Angie Holland posted on 9/18/17

Happy Birthday Stewart! Thinking of you ...so many memories...late night calls and hours of instant messenger (aol...ha) back in the day!! You were such an awesome friend , I'll never forget you!! R.I.P xo

 

Dennis Bennett posted on 9/18/17

Worked many years ago with Harry doing some apartment Plumbing, have fond memories of him, my condolences, Dennis Bennett.

 

Nikki Beebe posted on 9/18/17

I can't believe I'm even typing this right now.. Trevor was my best friend for so many years and one of the very very few people who I could honestly say was there for me every time I needed him. Trevor was so wild and loved the outdoors. He was always encouraging people to have fun instead of sit around all day and I still go to some of the cool nature hangout spots he's showed me. I have multiple scars from Trevor & I hanging out as teenagers, one specifically on my thigh.. I needed 24 stitches and Trevor was more freaked out than I was! He made sure I was ok and refused to leave my side, as with every other problem I've ever had in life, he was always right there for me. I thank him so much for everything. Trevor was an amazing and irreplaceable person. I'm thankful for or years of friendship and the impact he's had on my life.. I don't ever say this anymore but WHOOP WHOOP if you can see this, Trevor!

 

RALPH POWERS posted on 9/18/17

I am sorry to hear of the passing of your loved one. please accept my deepest condolences and my heartfelt prayers. I know how it feels to lose a love one. my most deepest sorrow and prayers are with you.

 

Kurtis roach posted on 9/18/17

Where to start. Well Trevor was a one of a kind person and a great friend. He was hilarious and just and all around good person. He was always the first person to forgive someone. I wish he knew what he meant to people I have know Trevor since he was a kid and never thought I would be doing this but now he can finally be a Angel in the sky looking over us all. Everyone gonna miss you Trevor and it's just weird knowing your not here. I hope your finally at peace and reunited with your father. Trevor you will always be a brother in my heart and I love u brother rest in peace my dear friend

 

Judy (Denning) Benson posted on 9/18/17

Tammy my friend I sure wish a chat with a pop tart and diet Pepsi could get this one figured out in 15 minutes or less...or a pile of pollock... or a good cleansing from Angie's.... my prayers are with you and I am here..love you girl!!!

 

Jessica Stickle posted on 9/17/17

Justin, you are my best friend. I love you so much and miss you terribly. I miss cracking jokes with you and our long talks. Your spirit will live on forever. I know you are in a better place and happy. Until we meet again. Best friends forever Love your bff Jessica

 

Charlie Falk, Norma, & Family posted on 9/17/17

Margie & Family, So sorry to hear of the passing of Al. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Keith Hamilton posted on 9/17/17

My heartfelt condolences go out to your family. Harry was such a great guy. I loved hanging out with him and Tammy - shooting pool and just sharing life. Heaven gained another angel.

 

Sylvia Bowen posted on 9/17/17

Remembering Froggy fondly from Madison and Pi Kap days.

 

Nancy Pope posted on 9/17/17

Here is my email [email protected]

 

Nancy Pope posted on 9/17/17

Hi Ward Family, I didn't know Ms. Ward, but my son bought her house on Cedar lane in Norfolk and I have some photographs that I didn't want to throw away when we were renovating. If you would like them, please email me back and I can give them to you. Ms. Ward seemed like a very interesting woman! I heard about her geese! Sincerely, Nancy

 

Big Dave Botos posted on 9/17/17

Harry, I know you are hitting them very long and straight where you are now. The rarified air in Heaven will help you with that. I hope to see you again in that foursome. God Bless!

 

 

Kaylor Scutt posted on 9/16/17

He was an amazing person with an amazing personality. The best father, friend, husband, associate, and overall person. May you live on forever in our hearts and that you are in a better place now. Love you so much Justin.

 

Kayla Anderson posted on 9/16/17

You are missed so much Trevor! Im still in shock by all this...being at your brothers house last night..didnt feel the same. You are always there chilling with us...being Trevor i wish you knew the impact you have on people and how much you were and will continue to be loved. Your legacy will live on thru your amazing childern, wife and family...dont worry...your babies will always be reminded of how amazing and crazy their daddy was. You are all my family, and that will never change. Whatever your kids and wife need ..best believe they will be taken care of. Family gatherings will never be the same and even tho you won't be there in person...we know u will watching down and kickin it with us. Love you Trevor, you maybe gone, but you will NEVER be forgotten

 

 

Vickie Kennedy posted on 9/16/17

What a wonderful man. Tammy, my thoughts and prayers will continue to be with you.

 

 

Jessica Heughins posted on 9/16/17

Justin, you are my brother in law and I love you. You will always be in my heart and never forgotten. I hope your somewhere having the time of your life. You are missed. I love you bro!! Love, Your Sissy! ❤️❤️❤️❤️

 

 

Gwen Merritt posted on 9/16/17

Believe it or not Trevor used to collect angels when he was a little boy. Now he is my angel boy and I know he will be watching down on me and his boys. Trevor and I used to love hanging out together for we went to parks, camping, cook outs, horseshoes and when he got older he hung out more with his Dad and they were very close. He had a hard time when his Dad died a few years ago. He called him his best friend. They will now be united and both my men will rest in peace with no more sorrow or grief. I will love you Forever and Ever my son and will miss you until we meet again. Your Mom!

 

Sheryl Bratten posted on 9/16/17

Our hearts ♥️ are with your family and I pray for their heartbreak and grief. Rest now and watch over your loved ones

 

Petra Meliet posted on 9/16/17

Betty, usted a tenido un lugar muy especial en mi vida.Nunca olvidare todo lo que usted hiso por mis y mus hijos. La voy a extranar mucho, pero le doy gracias a Dios por haberla llamado a su lado. y que ya no tiene dolor, tristeza y lagrimas. Que la paz del Senor Jesucristo este con usted siempre. Usted siempre va a estar en mi corazon. La quiero mucho y nos volveremos a ver.

 

Amanda posted on 9/16/17

I love you. You were there for me when I was at my lowest. You made me laugh and smile and feel better. You truly loved and cared about me and you would do anything to ease my pain as I tried to do the same. You were selfless loving caring kind funny smart and adorable. We had so much in common. A bond like no other. You touched so many and you will never be forgotten. I will never forget you just like anyone who crossed your path. I will miss you. I will miss our friendship. Your cuddles. Your laugh.your warmth. Your everything. Hope you are at peace.

 

Shelia Midgett posted on 9/15/17

Margie I am so sorry to hear about Al he was a very sweet and nice man to my husband and me. I pray God is with you and will be with you every day. You have a very special angel watching over you and God bless you. I will pray for you all each and every day. RIP AL you will be miss. Thinking of you. Shelia

 

Ron and Betty Serati posted on 9/15/17

While we have not met Etta, she was obviously an accomplished and talented woman. We know her daughter, Blanche, who is also accomplished and talented. We send our sympathies to the entire family on Etta's passing.

 

Ron and Betty Serati posted on 9/15/17

Etta was obviously an amazing, accomplished, and talented woman who will be missed by many. We have never met Etta, but we do know her daughter, Blanche, who is also an accomplished and talented woman. Our deepest sympathies to the whole family on Etta's passing.

 

TK posted on 9/15/17

I met Frantz in Elem and his wife Esther in Middle School .. Frantz is an awesome person he cracks me up when he would do that one raised brow look all the time - we would walk home everyday in middle school and talk about Esther and how he will marry her one day - sometimes I would help him pass his love notes to Esther LOL !! I am beyond happy that I knew a good family man! My friend Esther - love you and the girls - please text or call if you need anything. RIP Frantz take care homie

 

Stanley Opie posted on 9/15/17

Phyllis, You are forever a classy woman as many have reminded me I married up. Looking forward to seeing you at home, when my race is finished. Your loving husband of 44 years today. Stan

 

Kenny Whitaker posted on 9/15/17

Hey Huddle I miss you brother, I'm still in shock you were one of the kindness people I new and you helped me straighten my life out when Kay and I were fighting.I just wish that you and Tammy would have worked things out,cause I know how devastated you were when see left with your girls.You really did a great job raising them and I'm sure there feeling a bunch of pain know. Well if you reading these brother I will look after your girls for you Love You Kenny Whitaker Best Friends Forever. See you on the other side a God bless you Kenny

 

 

Bee Epperson posted on 9/14/17

So very sorry to hear. Keeping you all close in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Hugo & Brenda Carpio posted on 9/14/17

My little sister, Mima, will be missed and our hearts are heavy. Brenda and I, and the family, are comforted knowing that she is free of pain amd resting in the arms of Jesus. We, one day, will all be together praising our risen Lord. We miss you and will always love you., Milagros.

 

bill martin posted on 9/13/17

kim i cannot say enough of the joy pete brought to me and dot. we all had a fine time, and we all enjoyed our luncheons. we talked about a lot of things, u especially and his cat. we enjoyed our time with pete. i surely miss him at the eagle creek golf. we usually always played together. may god bless u and your family. the golf gods will enjoy pete and his putting.

 

Irving Walker posted on 9/13/17

Great man Big heart gave my kids a play ground tree house He will be dearly missed

 

K posted on 9/13/17

I am so very sorry for your loss. Please find comfort in God's sure promise of a resurrection as set forth in the Bible. (Acts 24:15; John 5:28,29) Those who are raised to life will have the prospect of never again being subject to misery, sickness, or death. (Revelation 21:4) I hope that reflecting on these thoughts will give you some relief during this difficult time.

 

Lisette Benitoa posted on 9/13/17

I have so many memories with my cousin Mima...where to begin? In all, we had many years of fun & fellowship together. She was like my big sister. Memories of Mima will forever be in my thoughts & heart. Even though distance separated us, love kept us united. Love you dear cousin! You will be missed.

 

 

Donnie Brinkley posted on 9/13/17

He was such a great guy and would do any thing to help you. You will be greatly missed.

 

Fred and Carol Flach posted on 9/13/17

Dear Stan and Family, words always come up empty in the huge moments of our life journeys. Only hearts touch at such times. From our hearts, we reach out to all of you, holding you in love and prayer. Phyllis'earth journey is ended. She is now in the arms of our dear Father in heaven, and she is watching out for us.

 

Jim Ferris posted on 9/13/17

Dear Faye, Connie and Family, Your Mom was loved by so many. She was a special church colleague to my Mom, Sarah. She will be missed by all. My thoughts and prayers go out to you at this difficult time.

 

 

Helena Andreu posted on 9/13/17

Mimi was a blessed and loving mother, grandmother, friend and childrens' advocate. Her heart was all about kindness and giving what she could to the people around her. There's a special place in heaven for her, and her smile is permanently etched inside of me. Her memory lives forever.

 

Mary Daniels posted on 9/12/17

A prime example of "Great things come in small packages". One of the greatest blessings anyone could have was to cross paths with this woman at some point in their life. One of the main support systems I had growing up as a scared teenage mother was Grandma Mimi as well as the rest of the family. May she Rest In Peace and fill the hearts with happiness of all the little ones in heaven just as she did for my daughter Chelsee.

 

Betty posted on 9/12/17

I am so sorry for your loss. May the words of our loving heavenly Father bring your family comfort and strength during this most difficult time as He promises to bring our loved ones back to life in a perfect world where there will be no more suffering or death (John 5:28-29 & Revelation 21:4).

 

Mark heff posted on 9/12/17

I remember the black eyed susans wreathed through her hair when she and Stan got married. For all the years I knew her she always wore them with style and grace in my eyes.

 

Sharon Morgan-Jones posted on 9/12/17

My condolences to the family at this most difficult time.

 

Vicki Heisser posted on 9/12/17

For Katrina's Sun Dial Time is too slow for those that wait, Too swift for those that fear, Too long for those that grieve, Too short for those who rejoice, But for those who love, time is Eternity. Henry Van Dyke

 

Thomas F. Hartnett posted on 9/12/17

Kim, Thank you for calling me to let me know your dad had passed away. When I spoke with him a couple of weeks ago it was plain to hear he wasn't in good health. I will miss our frequent phone conversations and I feel as though I have lost a brother. Your dad and I had a special bond that transcended the years and the distance between us. One of our mutual bonds was the St. Louis Cardinals and there most famous player, Stan Musial. As I mentioned to you on the phone, your dad loved you in a special way. He always talked about you and as he neared the end he was so grateful for your love and care. Take comfort knowing that you did all you could for him. You were a model of love for your dad. I wish he and zpI could have visited more often. I will miss him greatly and think of him often. He was the best second baseman that our little league team ever had. My love to you. Tommy Hartnett PS I would like to make a donation to the St. Vincent de Paul society in his memory. Please let me know now where to send the notice.

 

 

Paula Clark posted on 9/12/17

LP has always been a kind and generous soul. Rudy has enjoyed working with LP every year when the farm market had closed for the winter. I even had the pleasure of helping LP with ac repairs a little bit. LP was a kind and generous friend and will be missed dearly.

 

Pam Seeley posted on 9/12/17

Pat and family, I'm so sorry to hear about LP. I was so shocked when I called & Wanda told me what happened. He was just at my house helping me prepare it for the sale. I am so thankful for his help, yet so saddened by his passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Maxine Smith Leiler posted on 9/11/17

Dear Pat and family, I am sad for your loss but thankful for the great memories of family times, mostly at reunions. LP was my favorite cook....and he got his start with me making mudpies. Must have been his idea to put the eggs in, because he became a much better cook than me. I loved seeing all the pictures! You are a beautiful family. God bless you all. Maxine Smith Leiler

 

David Dolin posted on 9/11/17

LP & Pat will always be in my heart. I moved to Norfolk in 1979 to begin school at ODU. LP offered me a part time job as his helper. He taught me a great deal about being an electrician, for which my wife is ever grateful. He always found the best places to go for lunch and I was amazed by the number of people he knew. Pat & LP invited me over for dinner and then to attend their church. Always a good person and a good role model for a young man to follow. I will always miss you LP and I am sorry for your loss Pat. I will never forget you. David

 

Marty and Doug Ross posted on 9/11/17

Stan and family, Doug and I heart broken at the loss, however, we know she is walking with her Lord, and for that we are grateful. Until we meet again sweet Phyllis. She was especially dear to my heart as a colleague in school nursing.

 

 

April pitter posted on 9/11/17

She had a lot of life in her. She was very spunky and funny

 

Andrew posted on 9/11/17

Your first name was my last. Well, spelled a little different but I was always confused as to why my lastname was being called. It wasn't, you were. You were the only person I 100% trusted to shove metal and needles through me. Above all else, you were always there when someone needed to talk. Thank you for being in my life. Thank you for everything. Sleep well.

 

Michelle P posted on 9/11/17

Thank you for all of the fun and crazy memories through suspension. You will be truly missed.

 

Marla Shifflett posted on 9/10/17

Thinking of all of you and praying for comfort and peace. Aunt Phyllis was such a special woman, words escape me. She radiated the joy and strength of Jesus. I cherish the time we spent together, especially the trip she made to our house for Jessica's wedding. Love and hugs to family and friends from Iowa.

 

 

james shillinglaw posted on 9/10/17

Sorry I could not be there.

 

Rachel Cook posted on 9/10/17

RIP shipmate. It was a pleasure to serve with you.

 

Betty Belsha posted on 9/10/17

Dear Faye, Connie and Family, I hope it lightens your burden to know others care and love you. I am holding you safe in my heart at this time of sadness. May our Lord continue to bless and keep you in His loving arms. Betty and June

 

Alexa posted on 9/10/17

You were one of the first people to tell me to marry my husband. You could see the love in our hearts. You were such a genuine spirit, and had such emotional depth. It's unfathomable to have you absent from my heart now.

 

Geraldine Rodgers (YMCA 10:00AM Water Class) posted on 9/10/17

Stanley, I want to extend my condolences to you and your family on the passing of your wife, Phyllis. I will always remember her hugs at the YMCA 10am Water Class. I pray for your peace and comfort as you continue your life's journey. May God bless you. ~ Lovingly Geraldine Rodgers

 

Laura and Bob Heffner posted on 9/10/17

Mrs. Skelley was a true friend, we will miss her.

 

Joyce Eatmon posted on 9/10/17

LP and Pat have been a part of our family for over 50 years. We have strong memories of dinners together and trips in the motorhome. LP was a wonderful man and he will be missed by many. Peggy and family

 

 

Connie posted on 9/10/17

You will always be in my heart. I love you mom.

 

Connie posted on 9/10/17

You enjoy your last day here. You wanted Sandra here, you passed away with Sandra on one side and me on the other side. we miss you so much xxxxxoooooo we. Love you, going to miss you , I hope you enjoy your video. I miss you mom xxoo

 

Andrew C Petit posted on 9/9/17

My wife and I have known Pat since high school. He was a regular visitor at my mother's home in Pembroke Manor. Pat was witty and had many friends. He will surely be missed. Sincerely, Andy & Mary Petit

 

Judy Bonner posted on 9/9/17

LP and Pat always made me feel welcome in their home for holiday dinners. May LP rest in peace.

 

Brenda Weston Smith posted on 9/9/17

I have known and loved Lee since I was a little girl. My love and prayers to her family. Love Brenda

 

Gordon and Micheal Weston posted on 9/9/17

Lee was a very dear friend for many years. Our love and prayers to her family. Love Gordie and Mickey Weston

 

Tiffany posted on 9/9/17

I am so sorry for your loss. I know no words can help at this time. Please be reassured that the "God of all comfort " (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) sees your pain and longs to do something about it. I have personally found comfort from the words at Revelation 21:3,4 and John 5:28,29. I hope that these scriptures can bring you some measure of comfort during this very difficult time. Deepest sympathy, Tiffany

 

Cathy Canada posted on 9/9/17

I worked as a volunteer for Sally with JFRF for several years. Such a compassionate person, always made you feel most important. Had many one on one conversation with Sally and always felt uplifted when are visit finished. Always had so much respect for her.

 

Cheryl Miller posted on 9/9/17

My deepest sympathy to all of you during this difficult time.

 

Kay Byrd posted on 9/9/17

LP was always ready to help any one! He was a loving, kind, gracious, friend! He will be missed by all of us who loved him!

 

 

Chanel posted on 9/8/17

When we first met 7 years ago because of the equal love of Wumpscut and all things aggrotexh. MOARCACAS! I'll always remember that <2

 

 

Shirley Barnes posted on 9/8/17

So sorry for Stewart's family and friends loss. Praying for peace and comfort for all. RIP Stewart.

 

Samantha posted on 9/8/17

I went to high school with Stewart and was the sweetest kindest soul. Such a good person. Always ready to make some one laugh. I'm sad to see you go but know you are free.

 

obituaries posted on 9/8/17

Sending my deepest sympathies and prayers for peace to her family during this difficult time. Marcella Williams

 

Phil Hullinger posted on 9/8/17

Had the pleasure of working alongside Sally for years at JDRF. She was a consummate professional who made every day better. So much grace and warmth, always brought positive energy to everything she touched. Sally will live on through her family but she will forever be missed and remembered.

 

Debbie OLeary posted on 9/8/17

Lenny and Diana have residents at Wesleyan Place Apartments for about 7 years. They have been the joy of our property and are loved by all of us. We will miss him everyday but know he is a peace and with the Lord now. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of his family.

 

Jennifer Lankford posted on 9/8/17

PapPap, You lit the room up each time you walked in! You always had a way of bringing a smile to our face no matter what kind of day we were having. It was clear that you were so very proud of your Children. Your love for your Grandchildren beamed through your eyes and there was just no denying that the Great Granchildren were your heart and soul. You honestly loved everyone. Thank you for such great conversations, thank you for the memories. I know Heaven gained a precious Angel. You will be missed by so many. Your memories will forever live on. To the family, my condolences and prayers are with you all.

 

Stephen Michael Schneider posted on 9/7/17

My Mother, and Father separated when I was a baby. I never really got to know my dad until I was 17 years old I will always remember my Dad as someone who never said a negative thing about my mother to me my entire life. He was always happy to see us visit, and always wanted to show us a good time. Dad was the best sales person I ever met in my life. He really could sell you an air conditioner in Alaska. He was very good at reading, and relating to people. He could strike up a conversation with a stranger with ease, and nothing seemed to embarrass him. He loved old movies, and music. He was an amazing dancer. Dad liked to have a good time, but I am not sure Dad was ever cut out to be a family man. Still I knew he loved me, and I think dad would have done anything to help, and protect those he loved. I will miss dad’s phone calls, and the latest jokes he always loved to tell me. I will miss him talking to me about my Mother, and checking to make sure I was ok. I am grateful he found his faith, and turned back to God at the end of his life I love, and will miss you Dad.

 

Mickey Carter posted on 9/7/17

I had some of my fondest teenage memory's with your family. Always felt like I was a member. You were always fun to be around. Rest in peace Steven, thank you for letting me be a part of your family. Mickey

 

Liz Baldwin Michael posted on 9/7/17

Your Mom was a great lady and she was terrific to have as a neighbor during my teen years I will always remember her kindness. Matt & Chad you boys were the light of her life. I remember your birth and young years on the "Circle" what a challenge it was keeping up with you two. She will be missed.

 

Holly Holliday posted on 9/7/17

My memory of my father is when the oldies music would come on he would dance with and that was the best memory i have and love having conversations we have every morning but now God took his hands around u and say to u come with me , now u are at peace now i miss u every day dad .Now u can R.I.P. dad i love u very much

 

Ms Allison posted on 9/7/17

Sorry for the loss of your loved one. John 5:28, 29 assures Jesus will restore life to those who has died. Revelation 21:3, 4 gives further assurance death will be swallowed up forever. This is a comforting thought knowing your loved one is in God's memory. Hope this brings comfort.

 

Molly Hagerman posted on 9/7/17

Will was an amazing young man. He played such a major role in my life through his sister, my friend Meghan. I wish I had a chance to know him better. My love and prayers to your family. We are here for you. Please never forget your son's love and kindness. Also, never, ever forget that he is always with you. I am so sorry.

 

Ann Baldwin posted on 9/6/17

We were so shocked to read of Sally's passing. The Baldwin's hold so many great and wonderful memories of our time as neighbors. Matt and Chat, I am so sorry your have lost your mother at such a young age. Sally went on to distinguish herself in so many ways.

 

CH posted on 9/6/17

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort in God's promise when no resident will say: "I am sick". Isaiah 33:24 May you find comfort in God's word the Bible. Romans 15:4

 

Tish McCully posted on 9/6/17

Matt and Chad, so sorry for your loss. We will miss seeing her at the family events. If we can do anything, just let us know. We love you!

 

Kelly Doss posted on 9/6/17

She was always a caring person and I spent many wonderful hours with her and Uncle Jeff playing barbies.

 

Patricia Bailey posted on 9/6/17

I will always remember your mother as the one who showed me the joys of gardening. On behalf of my sisters, we extend our prayers. Patty, Chrissy & Lee Ann (formerly your neighbors on Peterson Street). May the Lord bless you and keep you and may His face shine upon you.

 

Maureen Buck (Ikeda) posted on 9/6/17

It was so sad to hear of Sally's passing. I have fond memories of our time together and of her support whilst I was going through such traumatic times. My heart goes out to you Matt and Chad.

 

Judy F Coltrane posted on 9/5/17

My deepest condolences to you Matt, Neely, son and Chad. This was such a shock and I know it was to all of you. I will pray that you can find peace. JC

 

Kathann Montague posted on 9/5/17

Richard was a year ahead of me at Smithfield High School, and he and my husband David have the same birthday. I’m sure they had a big celebration together on the 23rd. Prayers for all of Richard’s loved ones.

 

Cleveland &Patricia Robinson posted on 9/5/17

Uncle Bob you will be missed your heart was as big as you . My first impression of you was you loved to cook for people. You where funny always with a joke and a story .You helped your brother in law my husband Cleveland into the wonderful man he is .I thank you he thanks you You touched many lives .We are all thankful you will always be in our lives .We thank you and honor service in the Army Vietnam. You are in heaven now with all your love ones and comrades. But most of all you are in the presence of your Savior Jesus You will be missed you where truly loved Your legacy will live on through your children left behind .We will all see you again in the sweet by and by RIP

 

Clint Morgan posted on 9/5/17

The whole International Mission's family expresses its condolences to the Postlewaite family at the loss of your dear mother, sister, and grandmother . Be assured of our prayers as you walk through the valley of the shadow of death. Mrs. Leah's life was a beautiful demonstration of service for the King of Kings.

 

Nancy Wigmore posted on 9/4/17

May God wrap you in His loving arms and speak words of comfort to your hearts now and in the days ahead. Prayerfully,

 

Brian and Joni Martin posted on 9/4/17

Aunt Leah Mae will always be remembered and the memories of her in our hearts. We are praying for comfort and sending our love to the family. We love you all! Brian, Joni Martin and family.

 

Ron and Barbara Dail posted on 9/4/17

You are all in our thoughts and prayers!! May God comfort you during these days.

 

Steve Lytle posted on 9/4/17

Our thoughts go out to Sister Leah's family, and our prayers to our Heavenly Father on their behalf. What a gracious and godly lady she was. Now "Heaven's Sounding Sweeter All The Time."

 

Gladys, Reymundo y Rey Luis posted on 9/4/17

En ocasiones tenemos la suerte de conocer a personas extraordinarias, que tocan nuestras vidas de una forma especial. Victor era un ser con una alegria contagiosa, un espiritu lleno de bondad, buen hermano, amigo, esposo, hijo y Padre. Un hombre trabajador, lleno de optimismo y sobre todo brindaba un cariño genuino a todos los que tuvimos la suerte de conocerlo. Reymundo ! Rey Luis y yo tenemos tantos lindos recuerdos en que siempre estas tú. Tu sabes que fuiste un hermano mas para Mundo y para mi y un buen ejemplo para mi hijo como Padrino. Nunca olvidaremos tu alegria y genuino apoyo y cariño. Hoy por un momento el mundo perdio color al despedirte. Descansa en paz! Hasta el cielo! seguiremos viviendo despacito!

 

Floyd Family posted on 9/4/17

To the family, we are so sorry for the loss of your loved one. During this sad time, may you take comfort in God's loving promises for the future recorded in the Bible at Revelation 21:3,4. Take care.

 

 

Teresa Gallegos posted on 9/4/17

Reuniting with my dad Happy I was able to hear I love you

 

Linda Miles posted on 9/2/17

Don joins me in sending condolences to Libby's entire family. We all loved having her in our Sunday School Class. She will truly be missed.

 

CarolAnn Wheeler & Sonny Wheeler posted on 9/2/17

I was so saddened to hear of Libby's passing. I have fond memories of her every Sunday I got to see her and chat. She was always so sweet and pleasant . She will be missed by many but remembered by more! Please accept our sincere symphanty. In His love and ours....CarolAnn & Sonny❤️

 

Marvin and Bonnie Shields posted on 9/2/17

To the Adorno family, sorry for your loss, may the Lord keep you in His perfect peace during your time of sorrow

 

Karen and Joe Delgado posted on 9/2/17

We wish Alan much love and peace.You will never be forgotten.Our thoughts and prayers will always be there for Maryann and the wonderful family and friends who have supported her through this most difficult time in her life. We Love You All, Karen and Joe.

 

 

Diana Brooks posted on 9/2/17

MAY GOD BLESS AND GIVE THE ADORNO FAMILY STRENGTH AND COMFORT DURING YOUR TIME OF SORROW. VICTOR'S SPIRIT WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED HERE AT KINYO AND HE WILL BE MISSED.

 

Marilyn Rose Sinoson posted on 9/2/17

Prayers for the Dutzer family during this difficult time. So very sorry! Marilyn Rose Simpson

 

 

Marilyn Rose Simpson posted on 9/2/17

So very sorry, Nancy!

 

John Crook posted on 9/1/17

So sorry for your loss. Only known him a short time at Kinyo, but he always had a smile and enjoyed speaking with him.

 

 

Angela Howell posted on 9/1/17

Kathy my condolences on the loss of your husband Reggie. May The Lord comfort you and the family

 

Joannah (Josie) Graham Rini posted on 9/1/17

My deepest condolences to Marisa, Ainsley, and all of Mitch's family. I knew Mitch when he was in his early 20's; a time when most people are self centered and concerned mostly for themselves. But Mitch was different. He was honest, caring, and considerate, traits which he clearly carried with him throughout his life. I'm glad that I got to know him, and wish peace, comfort, and fond memories to all who knew him.

 

 

Linda and Jeffery Grant posted on 9/1/17

Our heartfelt sympathy and prayers are extended to Marisa and the rest of Mitchell's family. We are his next door neighbors; however we did not get the opportunity to know him very well. The few times I (Linda) spoke with him, I found him to be a kind, friendly, loving, caring husband and father. Not only that, he was a good neighbor, and he loved his country. He had an infectious smile which indicated to me that he had a warm heart. In John 14, the Lord says, the comforting words: "Let not your hearts be troubled..." You said yourselves that "Mitchell went home to be with the Lord." He is a peace." We are praying for your comfort and peace. As you keep Mitchell's love in your hearts, please know that our warm thoughts of support and caring will to be with you -- now and the days to come. Please call us if you need us. We are sorry that we will not be able to attend his Celebration of Life Service. We are Pastors, and we have a previously scheduled engagement. Thank you for sharing the magnificent Video Memories.

 

 

Samuel and Meldine Nelson posted on 9/1/17

Rest In Peace friend Gone but never forgotten Thanks for all the hard work you done for us at the Metropolitan Museum. We will miss you but you remain in our hearts

 

Nancy Gangloff posted on 9/1/17

I am so deeply sad to learn of Chuck's passing,. We worked together for many years at KPMG (former Peat Marwick) where he was instrumental in developing the first IT department. Chuck was a very dedicated family man and was very involved with community activities. He was a force that was larger than life! My deepest sympathy is extended to Chuck's family.

 

Renee posted on 9/1/17

May God's promise at Isaiah 25:8 and Psalm 37:29 bring you all comfort during this difficult time.

 

Elizabeth Hubbs posted on 9/1/17

I have been so amazed and admired how strong Mitch and his family have been. He truly embodied living life to its fullest. He touched so many lives. I've had so many people come talk to me about him at work sharing stories. I'm very thankful I had the opportunity to meet him and hang out some. You will be missed! God bless your family.

 

Joyce & Stacy Howard posted on 9/1/17

My mother & I would like to express our sincerest condolences to your family. We know losing a loved one in death is one of the hardest things to deal with. We're certainly familiar with this kind of pain. It is very encouraging that the Bible can bring much comfort at such a time as this. Please, when you've time read Isa. 25:8, 1Cor. 15:26 & Rev. 21:4. Please know that these promises are true because God cannot lie. (Titus 1:2) We invite you to visit JW.org for more comforting yet insightful information that offers a positive hope for the very near future. Our most heartfelt regards, Joyce & Stacy Howard.

 

CDR Mark "Fridge" Kreib posted on 8/31/17

Mitch was a shipmate, a fellow cancer warrior, and a Christian brother. May the Lord bless and keep all who remain to hold the memory of Mitch in our hearts and guide us until we are all again together in His presence. Fair winds and following seas my friend.

 

Ernst Loiseau posted on 8/31/17

All Victor's family, i'm sorry for your lose but your pain it's also my pain. Victor was one of good cow-worker....peace and love....GOD BLESS all Victor's family.

 

David Harris B. posted on 8/31/17

My Heart go out to your family for your lost God Bless You and you family David Harris 2 nd shift

 

SEAN BAILEY posted on 8/31/17

My Condolence for your lost victor was a great coworker and a good friend, he will be missed.

 

ZEB BIGGS posted on 8/31/17

TO MY BANANA PUDDING TASTING BUDDY YOU WILL ALLWAYS BE MISSED...RIH YOUR FRIEND ZEB BIGGS.

 

TY JOHNSON posted on 8/31/17

ALWAYS HAD A SENSE OF HUMOR. CERTAINLY GONE TOO SOON.......

 

TY JOHNSON posted on 8/31/17

MAY YOUR LEGACY CONTINUE THROUGHOUT THE EARTH. MAY HEAVEN SMILE UPON YOUR FAMILY IN THIS DIFFICULT HOUR. REALLY GONNA MISS YOU.

 

Sharon Morgan-Jones posted on 8/31/17

My sincere condolences to the Adorno family during this most difficult time.

 

Kyle Repass posted on 8/31/17

I'm so very sorry for your loss, you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Victor was a great friend and co-worker who always had a smile on his face and was a joy to work with. He will be greatly missed. Rest in peace my very dear friend.

 

Michelle Hall posted on 8/31/17

My prayers and thoughts are with the family at this difficult time, but I hope Victor's life can be celebrated as he was such a happy person who enjoyed life and has gone to a better place. I did not know Victor very well, but we worked together and I was blessed to know him. His smile was contagious and we shared some laughs at training. He will be missed at work where he was a blessing to all.

 

 

Gina Street posted on 8/31/17

may your smile burn forever in the hearts of the many lives that you brightened.

 

Nancy Petherick posted on 8/31/17

My sincerest condolences to the entire Adorno family. Every time I saw Victor at Kinyo, he had a smile on his face. He radiated warmth and friendship and love. He will be missed.

 

Kara davis posted on 8/30/17

I've waited on Bill and his wife Cindy for years now at dockside, I always enjoyed he's company and the smile on his face. I will truly miss seeing him and I'll always have a 3 olives cherry diet coke in a tall glass to the side on your memory. Love you Cindy, I'm sorry for your loss if you need anything you know where to find me

 

Sandy Long posted on 8/30/17

Mr. Bill, I am so sorry for the loss that you and your family have sustained. I pray that you be comforted by the love of your friends and family.

 

Debbie Harwell posted on 8/30/17

Deepest Sympathy,

 

Rick Elkins posted on 8/30/17

Bill was a good friend and constant boating buddy both on the water and socially since 2000. We shared many of the same beliefs and principles not to mention love of country. His loss leaves us minus a memorable personality, a witty dig about something whether you wanted it or not, and a big grin with the love of hanging with his buds. Stunned doesn't say enuff. Bill you will be sorely missed but always remembered fondly. Fair winds my friend.

 

Bobby Smith posted on 8/30/17

I met Bill and Cindy when they were involved with racing theirs cars in auto-x events. Two of the nicest folks you could meet. Condolences to Cindy and the rest of Bill's family. Prayers sent.

 

 

Carol Judge posted on 8/30/17

When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure. I pray that god gives you strength during this time of loss. Jeremy was one of the great Hilltop Manor kids growing up. Very sweet.

 

 

Mark and Dot posted on 8/30/17

WE LOVE YOU AND WILL MISS YOU OUR PRECIOUS FRIEND..

 

Mark and Dot posted on 8/30/17

Our hearts are broken from the loss of this wonderful friend of 40 years.. You will be truly missed by us and all that knew you and loved you. We are here now for your family if they need us, especially, Jim.. Can you believe Mark and Jim are going to go fishing.. Would love to be a fly near that water... haha.. I love you my dear friend, until we meet again...........

 

Mary & Richard Dietz posted on 8/30/17

Jeremy working in our home several years ago. Quiet, courteous, and efficient.

 

Mary & Richard Dietz posted on 8/30/17

Jeremy working in our home several years ago. Quiet, courteous, and efficient.

 

Ryan Jones posted on 8/30/17

My prayers and love go out to the Dutzer family. I cherish the great times Jeremy and I had together. Always quick to make me laugh. He was a true friend to me and will be greatly missed.

 

Mary Ellen posted on 8/30/17

I'm so sorry for your loss. Many fun times in Albuquerque - especially the camping weekend with Oz when it rained! Ray was a very special man, and you a very special woman to have been his wife.

 

John Hawa posted on 8/30/17

Our deepest sympathies are with each of your family members although with our prayers. An angel has been called to watch over us all. The Hawa family

 

Jane Austin Cunningham Graham posted on 8/29/17

I am so very sorry. Many wonder memories growing with Richard and his brother in Smithfield. Praying for your family. God bless

 

Linda Sparling posted on 8/29/17

Maggie - So many memories of you and Ray in Albuquerque and El Paso. So much fun. My heart hurts for you. You are both in my prayers.

 

Peggy Stevenson posted on 8/29/17

Thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

 

Michael Rabil posted on 8/29/17

My sincerest condolences to the family. May peace and happy memories come your way .

 

J. D. Reavis posted on 8/29/17

So sorry to hear of Jack's passing. He was a real help to my business for many years. He kept my vending machines working and moved from location to location. I always enjoyed working with him and Richie until poor health forced me to retire.

 

Dan Allen posted on 8/29/17

My condolences to all Richard's family. Rick and I grew up down the street from each other, played in band, little league baseball, and high school football together. I have many fond memories of him. May God's peace comfort you during this time of loss.

 

Roger Davis posted on 8/29/17

Con, I cannot tell you how sorry I was to hear about your dad. I was shocked and saddened by the news. Please extend my sympathy to your mom and the rest of your family.

 

David Anderson posted on 8/29/17

Best Grandpa a guy could ask for! Gonna miss you!

 

Joy Calliott posted on 8/29/17

You will be missed. With heavy hearts we send our love to Carolina & the Dutzer family. Rob,Joy,Chloe & Solomon

 

Mallori Marshall (swain) posted on 8/29/17

My prayers are with the family! So sorry for your loss.

 

Brenda and Phillip Golden posted on 8/29/17

Our thoughts and prayers are with you, LaVerne, and the entire family. We will be with you in spirit on Wednesday night.

 

Robin Hoff posted on 8/29/17

I am so sorry to hear of this passing. I so enjoyed Jack and Charlie coming to our shop to fix our sad soda machine. They both were so friendly, kind, and such a joy to be around. And Jack's birthday is the same as mine! I knew he was special.

 

Mollie Nava posted on 8/29/17

So many memories of Ray,you and the Group in El Paso, Texas. He was the life of the party, our Professor, and our entertainment . May the good Lord hold him in the palm of His hands and bless all of you who loved and cherished him as so many of us did as friends. Sincere condolences from the Nava Family.

 

Ken Bratko & Marilyn Mitchell posted on 8/29/17

Our deepest condolences to all the family.

 

Keith Willyard posted on 8/29/17

Maggie, you both have been in my prayers. If I can't be with you, in person, on Tuesday, know that you will be in my thoughts. God bless you, always. I've seen too many friends pass from our site, but I have faith that we all will be together, again.

 

Dianne Poling posted on 8/29/17

Maggie, I was so sorry to hear of Rays passing. You. Will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Dale E. Wheelbarger Jr. posted on 8/29/17

What a great loss. My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time of sorrow. He will be missed greatly.

 

Sean Yelton posted on 8/28/17

Sending my thoughts and prayers to the family. May we meet again fellow plumber .

 

JW posted on 8/28/17

Dear Family, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your dear loved one and send you my sincere condolences. May you find comfort from God's word at Revelation 21:3,4 and John 5:28,29. Heartfelt prayers are with you and your family.

 

JW posted on 8/28/17

Dear family, you have my heartfelt condolences. May God the Father of tender mercies (Psalm 83:18) strengthen you all during this difficult time and may your cherished memories comfort you as you await His loving provision of a resurrection when you may be reunited with your dear loved one again (John 5:28,29).

 

Sam Edwards posted on 8/28/17

The comfort of having a friend may be taken away, but not that of having had one.

 

Joe Holloman posted on 8/28/17

Richy & Drew, I'm so sorry to hear about your dad. What little bit that he and I spoke you could tell he was a class act. Our prayers are with you both and your family.

 

Ginny Anderson posted on 8/27/17

I have so many wonderful memories with my Dad. I am selfish when I say - I never wanted my Dad to leave me on Earth but I knew his battle with Cancer would take him from us. He fought so hard for 3 years. We will meet again in Heaven Dad. There are not enough words to express the Love I have for you. Being an only daughter with 3 brothers taught me a lot for which I am grateful. I was and will always be so PROUD of who you raised me to be! I remember all the Police Basketball Games and how much fun I had with you tricking mom when you actually came home without an injury. Spider Harrell stills brings a Smile to your daughters face, the little girl in pink ponytails. I was your biggest fan watching you play at all the different school gyms in Norfolk. You took me to see the Virginia Squires play basketball and the Globetrotters at Norfolk Scope. You took me fishing and you are the reason I am the only person I know that eats lemons as I would bite into one on those rough water fishing adventures to avoid getting sick you would tell me. I was always your side kick. We shared so much together Dad. I am truly BLESSED to be your daughter. I will miss you forever ! You have been my role model and I hope to one day get the chance to be the best grandparent as you have shown me how. You may be physically gone but never a moment from my Heart. Ginny

 

Beth Anne (Hites) McMillen posted on 8/27/17

Dear Millie, my memories are all filled with laughter...lots of love...and just more laughter! You and Preach were such a wonderful influence on me in my teen years. I was and am so blessed by both of you. My prayers are with you now as you hold on to the memories. Love

 

Brenda Uyak posted on 8/27/17

Another loss for St. Pius.... Sharon was a team player at St. Pius and always had a smile and a thank you for those of us who worked with her. I'm so sorry for your loss.

 

Ann Meredith (Ange) and family posted on 8/27/17

Uncle Bill and Aunt Betty, I am sorry to hear about Sharon's passing. Hold onto the memories made and know she is no longer in pain. Love y'all.

 

Peggy Strong posted on 8/27/17

Sharon was one of the sweetest solf spoken ladies I have ever worked with at St. Pius. We go way back. Never heard her said a bad word about anyone and the kids loved her. So very sorry to hear of her passing.

 

 

Nancy Thornbury Nipper posted on 8/27/17

Peace be with you

 

 

Nancy Thornbury Nipper posted on 8/27/17

You will be missed. Peace be with you

 

Debbie Stagner posted on 8/27/17

I love you! I will miss you until we meet again!

 

Charlie Cortellini posted on 8/27/17

My heart goes out to the Dutzer family. Jeremy was a wonderful young man, he will be missed! Rest in Peace!

 

Valerie & Ed Carter posted on 8/27/17

Please accept our deepest sympathy. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Karen Beach posted on 8/27/17

I love you Mama! I will miss you so much! My heart will be broken until I see you again....

 

Katie posted on 8/26/17

You were the best Grandpa in the entire world. I love when we went to Tony's, or when we looked at coins together. I will forever love you.

 

Chris posted on 8/26/17

I miss and love you Dad.

 

Louis and Susan Jones posted on 8/26/17

It is with heavy hearts we send our sincere condolences to Jeremy's family. He was a very kind young man and was very good to our family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Louis & Susan

 

 

M-Roc posted on 8/26/17

Love ya, ginger bear. You will be missed by so many. Rest in Paradise

 

Jessica Maclure Beaman posted on 8/25/17

Rest In Peace !!!!

 

 

Kathleen Jones posted on 8/25/17

Prayers and thoughts and love to all of you

 

Tiffany Thomas posted on 8/25/17

Jeremy sat behind me my freshman year in History class. Always smiling and having fun! There was never a dull moment when his presence was there! Rest in peace my friend Blessings and shalom to all

 

Fred Morris posted on 8/25/17

One more thing. On more than one occasion when Liz and I talked about end of life, she said that because she had no heirs she was going to donate her estate to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA). I don’t know if she got around to putting that in her will, but because she felt so strongly about that cause, I’ve made a contribution to the ASPCA in honor of her memory. https://www.aspca.org/

 

 

Paul and Pam Neil posted on 8/25/17

I remember John Ross buying a pair of "skate" shoes from Jeremy. He just had to have them and wore the soles off them. Our heart and prayers are with David and his family always.

 

 

Samantha Guida posted on 8/25/17

Rest in peace kind soul

 

 

Nancy and Butch Smith posted on 8/25/17

My husband and I will never forget Jeremy. Jeremy was such a sweet and caring person. With heavy hearts we sent our condolences to Carolina Long and the Dutzer family. May God be with all of you.

 

Fred posted on 8/25/17

For the Vanderpool sisters, Pamela, Barbara, and Stacey, it was an honor to meet you. My heart goes out to each of you because losing your sister so suddenly had to be hard. Pamela, thank you for taking care of the Liz’s final arrangements. Barbara, I remember you and thank you for caring so much for and about our Lizzie. Stacey, your appreciation for Liz’s legacy touched me deeply. The name Elizabeth Vanderpool is a good and respected name. In a lot of ways, I see her in you. Circumstances prevented me from attending the memorial and I regret it. Once when Liz and I talked of such things, Liz said that no one would cry at her funeral, and I told that she was wrong and I’m sure I was because she was loved. I wasn’t at the funeral, but if I am an indication there were plenty of tears because I have yet to stop crying. Condolences to you and your families - Be strong - Liz was.

 

 

Sheryl McGovern