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KIMBERLY SPELLER posted on 2/19/20

I enjoyed getting to know Ms. Miller. She was an amazing lady and I will miss her dearly.

 

Robin (Lindley) Dicentes posted on 2/19/20

I'm so sorry for your lost Phyllis. Tom was a great guy and I feel lucky to have had the pleasure of working with him for a number of years. He was warm and welcoming and always willing to help. I lovef our many conversations about his wonderful wife, Phyllis, their for babies, as well as his on stage exploits. I was able to enjoy some of those stage performances as well. And Kat was right, he left us his nice soft sweaters when he retired and I enjoyed the warmth and memories they brought long after the fact. I look forward to his celebration of life and seeing you again Phyllis. With love and prayers.

 

Kristin E. Harris posted on 2/19/20

Phyllis, You have my condolences. For you to have known him for over 40 years is something special. He was lucky to have you.

 

Bob Allen posted on 2/19/20

It was a pleasure knowing Ernie in the neighborhood for the last 20 years! Always upbeat and walking his dogs around the block. I enjoyed having him stop for just a few minutes to chat. We've since moved and do so miss seeing him and getting the latest news about his daughter whom he loved dearly. Ernie will be sorely missed and remembered as one of the 'good old boys'. God bless you, Ernie.

 

Jon & Lesley Steinberg posted on 2/19/20

Gretchen, Harry, Ally, our hearts are with you. The love that Rob had for all of you is certainly evident in the wonderful family that you are. He will always be with you in spirit and certainly his memory is an enormous blessing. I cherish many fond beach memories with the Hudome clan. We love you and wish we could be there as you say goodbye.

 

BMCS Kayon Ricketts posted on 2/19/20

I've never had the opportunity of serving with you but all BMs are brothers and sisters. Rest in heaven brother. My condolences goes out to the entire family.

 

Kathy Stout posted on 2/19/20

Met him at his grandmother's

 

Lacey Begbie posted on 2/19/20

He was an amazing leader and friend. He will be missed greatly. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in this difficult time.

 

Diedre McFarlane posted on 2/19/20

My condolences to the family.

 

Jeremy Alstrum posted on 2/19/20

Brian was a remarkable human being, a damn fine sailor, and an even better friend. Gone from this world far too soon. Most sincere condolences to Jessica and the rest of his family.

 

Kamisha Huffin posted on 2/19/20

One of the nicest guys I’ve ever served with. All ways willing to lend a helping hand to solve a problem. RIP Brother

 

Sharon Barrett posted on 2/19/20

Brian impressed me so much with his good nature and willingness to pitch in and help no matter where he was. His love for his wife and family shined brightly in his smile. He smiled a lot over the last 6 years. He was happy and content. I pray for Jessica and the children to find peace and comfort in the coming days, weeks and months as they weather this storm together

 

Lisa Seymour posted on 2/19/20

Our Hearts are with you

 

James Washington posted on 2/19/20

My shipmate, but importantly, my friend. Your gone. I can’t believe it. I’m sorry I won’t be able to talk or see you again. There are great memories of us from the past that will live on. So sorry for your loss Jessica. So long my navy brother...till we meet again.

 

 

Eric brugh posted on 2/19/20

I know we didn't get to see you and the family often, but I'll always remember the fact that you are/were a great example of what a father should be.

 

Matthew Mc posted on 2/19/20

He help me when I was junior sailor when I was undesignated. He guided me to right path.

 

Stephen L. Heald, BMC(SW) USN (RET) posted on 2/18/20

We never sailed together yet we are brothers forever. God Speed Boats.

 

Craig Steele posted on 2/18/20

My dear friend, you will be missed. I wasn't the best friend because I didn't stay in touch with you. You were always in my heart and thoughts. My sincerest condolences for your family. Rest in peace my friend.

 

BMC(SW)Jocson,Mario USN Retired posted on 2/18/20

Rest your oars Boats..Until Valhalla!!!

 

Cheryl and Terry Killion posted on 2/18/20

I'm so sadden and shock of your wife passing. My heart goes out to you. We see our deepest condolences to you. Praying for comfort and strength through your grieving times.

 

Chris Jackson posted on 2/18/20

Words can't begin to express the sorrow I feel for Brian's Mom, Jessica and his family. A friendly, loving young man who will be dearly missed.

 

Teri and Brad Kusterman posted on 2/18/20

I do not have a memory to share , just my deepest deepest sympathies...for all of Brian’s family who loved him dearly... Shari could not have been prouder of her son and his family... love you Shari

 

Jeb Wheeler posted on 2/18/20

You were one of the most genuine people I know. My condolences to the family!

 

Jessica Finney posted on 2/18/20

Praying for comfort during this difficult time. Brian was a great guy.

 

Kellee Reed posted on 2/18/20

Brian was a cool and very nice guy who would always help out if needed. I pray for his family during this time. RIP Bro...

 

Mike Flanagan posted on 2/18/20

Brian You were always there for everyone from friends, Navy, God, country, and family. You always provided help when anyone needed it. You’re dedication to the Navy any anyone who served with you was unprecedented and you always upheld the highest standards. Family, you were a great husband to daughter and father to Taylee, Kaden, and Braelyn. You always gave your best effort to ensure their safety and happiness through tuff and great times. You will always be remembered for being the great son, sailor, husband, and father.

 

Russell Huffer posted on 2/18/20

My heart felt condolences to your family. It was my honor to have served with Brian. A fine Chief and a great man. You will be missed.

 

Penny Skinner posted on 2/18/20

I'm so sorry to hear this met his mom long ago he was just a little boy Praying for his family

 

Cindy Hayes posted on 2/18/20

My deepest and sincerest condolences with many prayers

 

ASHLEY SIMPSON posted on 2/18/20

I did not know him nor have I seen you in many years, but my thoughts and prayers have been with you and your children since hearing this sad news. I am so very sorry for your loss.

 

Cindy Hayes posted on 2/18/20

My deepest condolences and prayers

 

Jesseca McIntyre posted on 2/18/20

So incredibly sorry for your family’s loss. My heart aches for you and your children.

 

Carrie Sanders posted on 2/18/20

Brian made a lasting, positive impression on me for his willingness to serve in any capacity he could. I am so sorry for this loss and pray for Jessica, the kids and others feeling the void he has left.

 

 

Demetrius Hinkle posted on 2/18/20

Brian you were a great person and will be truly missed. Condolences and prayers for your family.

 

Lori waller-cown posted on 2/18/20

Sorry for your loss prayers for you and your family

 

 

Renee Hock posted on 2/18/20

Held in great respect for his service and love of his family!

 

Sheila Roesler posted on 2/18/20

To all who loved Andrea, as I did: what a privilege and pleasure it was, to come to know her late in life when I moved to Fishers and began attending Heartland. Ending up seated beside each other was truly, a God thing. I knew she was unwell after we last spoke, and just now learned of her passing when a birthday reminder popped up today. I also know she was at pease and looking forward to being with Jesus, and grateful to her family for the care and companionship you provided. I hope I was able to uplift and teach her her, a fraction as much las much as she did, me. Sending love and praying for peace and comfort for you all ~ Sheila

 

Debbie Bennion posted on 2/18/20

I love you friend.

 

Carolyn & Mike Sulcer posted on 2/18/20

We spent a lot of fun Friday nights together along with fun beach days in Hatteras. Sending love and support to Marilyn and family.

 

Sharon Myers posted on 2/17/20

I worked with her at VBPS where she was always a bright light. We enjoyed going out and having fun. I will miss you. Rest in Peace.

 

Joseph Cassidy posted on 2/17/20

Rob, You will be dearly,dearly missed. All of us(cousins)though will always have our cherished memories of you. My thoughts & prayers go out to Gretchen, Harry, Allison,& Ria. May our Lord & Savior Jesus comfort & strengthen you all during this difficult time. Forgive me for not being able to be with you. I'am in Spirit.

 

John and Becky Hepner posted on 2/17/20

My heart hurts for Shemil and her family. May God be with you all.

 

Michael Adams posted on 2/17/20

Just wanted to Express my sorrow for the loss of your father.My condolences to Rob. Tom and Laurie. Hope to see you all some day. It has been a long time..

 

Duncan & Young Cameron posted on 2/17/20

I never met anyone who so clearly fit the description - A Gentleman and a Scholar. Add to that, devoted family man and patient teacher. A life well-lived and worthy of respect and remembrance.

 

Kat Tyler Yevak posted on 2/17/20

I am so sorry to hear of Tom’s passing. How fortunate he was to have you with him through it all - it is such a gift. What a special and kind man Tom always was to me - the rookie. He took me under his wing, made me laugh, and lent us all his big cozy cream wool sweater when the office was chilly. It was like wearing a hug. I look forward to his celebration of life and seeing you. Kat

 

Tom Perkins posted on 2/17/20

So sorry about Don's passing. Don had a great attitude towards life. He seemed able, even with his debilitating disease, to look at the lighter side of not so light situations. Don, his brother John, and I had some good times cruising around in Don's "vintage" muscle car. I miss him already.

 

Ingrid Bevan- bartender posted on 2/17/20

So sorry for your loss. We will greatly miss him at The Mt. Airy Tavern. He was always so kind.

 

Amy arthur posted on 2/17/20

I’m so sorry to hear this! Praying for you all!

 

Brister T posted on 2/16/20

Aloha. The world will miss the likes of sweet Tommy Harris. I had the honor of working alongside him for over a decade at WAVY-TV 10 and he was full of laughter that he shared so generously with everyone. So many fond memories of him and our times together flood my heart. My prayers for him and all of his family and friends.

 

The Brunells posted on 2/16/20

Our hearts are heavy for Alice and her beautiful family. We will remember her kindness and warm friendly smile. God Bless and so sorry<3

 

Mary Ellen DeAngelo posted on 2/16/20

Rob would spend some summers in Pennsylvania with my aunt and uncle. Even though he lived in Virginia we got to see each other a lot in our childhood. We both lost our Dads at a young age. We shared that grief. His Dad would have been so proud of how he lived his life. My husband is having serious heart issues so I cannot be in Virginia for his service but I loved loved loved Rob. My heart will be with his family. I remember all the wonderful times from our childhood. I will miss that wonderful laugh. Mary Ellen DeAngelo

 

Lorraine and Wilber posted on 2/16/20

GOD BLESS you and your family through these difficult times

 

Marilyn Abernathy posted on 2/16/20

I worked on a number of musicals with Tom. He was a wonderful and giving perfomer, with a wicked sense of humor. I will never forget "No, no, Nanette" with him. He exited the stage saying I will meet you are Track 2-5, which was not what he was supposed to say. Some of the theatre people in this area will know what he meant.I loved him for that. He will be missed by many.

 

Pam Lonergan posted on 2/16/20

Rob, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your father. I know that you, Terri and your children must be heartbroken. I remember how hard it is to lose a parent. My thoughts are with you. Pam Lonergan

 

Henry M. Massie,JR. posted on 2/16/20

I just learned of Jim's passing and send my deepest sympathy to Esther, the children and grandchildren as well as the Law Firm of which he was such a crucial part. I value highly the time I had at the Firm as well as the friendship I had with Jim and others. I had the pleasure of seeing him from time to time on my visits to the Beach and the Princess Anne and will miss him greatly. Peace to all.

 

Gary Welch posted on 2/16/20

There was never a dull moment doing a show with Tom. He was a delight both on stage and backstage. He was kind, smart, funny and generous to a fault. He and I always had a joke going backstage, and he was extremely easy to work with on stage. I remember once during “Showboat” he was playing a sea captain whose prop was a pipe. He used strike anywhere matches to light it, using the sole of his shoe. He told me lighting the pipe was essential to his role. I knew what I had to do. I waited for him to leave that night and gathered the 50 or so matches he used. I cut the white “strike anywhere” from the head of the matches and replaced them with a drop of white nail polish I found in the women’s dressing room. It took me most of the night. The next night Tom is getting through his lines while trying to light the pipe. There was a pile of about twenty matchsticks in the stage floor. Tom came off stage and I flicked a lighter at him and asked him if he needed a light. He called me a very dirty name, but the smile on his face told me he found it funny. He was a heck of a guy, a good friend, and I will miss him.

 

Roberta Marye posted on 2/15/20

Debbie, I am so sorry for your loss. I will definitely be praying for you and your family

 

Ellen Spencer Jenkins posted on 2/15/20

My sorrow for your loss is as overwhelming as your grief. Debbie may you be surrounded by family and friends who will help you and your sons during this time. May Paul rest in peace with our Lord.

 

Sue Thomas posted on 2/15/20

Phyllis, keeping you in prayer. Sounds like Tom had a full and fascinating life. Great memories to share. I know you will miss him, but he is still with you and close to your heart. Hugs!

 

Melody S. Harmon posted on 2/15/20

Oh, Phyllis! I am so sorry to hear about Tom. So glad the two of you found each other. Jim and I (and the theatre) are responsible for your 'run' of more than 38 years! Quite a track record! Please know that Matt and I are keeping you in our prayers. God bless you, Phyll! Love, Melody

 

Susan Jenkins posted on 2/15/20

Extending my heartfelt condolences to Gretchen and his family. I am lost for words of this very sad news. Robbie was my riding buddy to high school, every morning would swing by his house to pick him up. We always had something to talk & laugh about. Such a caring & giving person. Fly high my friend! FC Class 1975

 

Ann Walker posted on 2/15/20

Phyllis, I'm so sorry for your loss and am sending healing prayers and comforting hugs. "Those whom we have loved never really leave us. They live on forever in our hearts, and cast their radiant light onto our every shadow." ~Sylvana Rossetti

 

Cindee Herrle posted on 2/15/20

Phyllis, I just found out about Tom's passing. I am so sorry. So many great memories of our WAVY days. I can't believe it's been almost 20 years since he retired. What a sweet man. I can still remember his face when he would talk about you. So much love. I am thinking about you and praying for your entire family. Love Cindee

 

Carl & Kaye McCoy posted on 2/15/20

Debbie, Carl and I are praying for you and your family. We love you. Paul was a wonderful guy who would help anyone who needed it. We will all miss him. Hopefully wonderful memories will help you heal in time. May the Lord wrap his arms around you. We are here for you. Love and God Bless you. Carl and Kaye McCoy

 

 

Asa & Tomi Jewell posted on 2/14/20

Rest in peace Uncle Paul.

 

Joy and Riley posted on 2/14/20

Riley, a therapy dog, and I enjoyed our visits with Mr. Charles while he was at Chesapeake Place.. Sorry for your loss.

 

April posted on 2/14/20

We will miss seeing you almost every morning at Rooster’s and I will miss you calling me “June” it’s just not going to be the same without you! From all of us at Roosters we offer our deepest condolences.

 

Katie Krane posted on 2/14/20

I’m still struggling to comprehend, that my beloved cousin Rob is gone. I have so many fond memories of our family trips to Philly and the time we spent in Fla. and Virginia Beach. Ria, Gretchen, Harry and Allison I extend to you my deep and heartfelt condolences, there are no words to express my sorrow. I pray you find comfort in the loving memories you have of your Brother, Husband and Father. Rob will be deeply missed!!!

 

 

Carrie & Jorge Rivera posted on 2/14/20

Ria & Family Sending you love, thoughts and prayers at the loss of Rob. May he rest in peace and watch over the Hudome Family.

 

Dale Kemper posted on 2/14/20

Tommy was admired by the members of Daniel Webster High School Class of 1953. I’m sure they all join me in expressing their sorrow about his passing and hope that the many wonderful times you had with Tommy will soften the grieve that you are now feeling.

 

Buster Lankford posted on 2/14/20

Gretchen, So sorry to hear about Rob. He was a great guy who always had smile on his face. FC 75 class just took a hit.

 

Bob Miller posted on 2/14/20

Not just another good guy, but one of the best. ALways had a smile on his face no matter what was in his life. Loved his kids an family and talked about them far more than any problem he had!!! An example for all of us! Will miss you buddy.

 

Leslie Garrett posted on 2/14/20

Debbie and family, I am so sorry to hear about Paul. Paul was always such a wonderful man. Helpful, sincere, loved his family, and loved his group of men-in plaid. He never met a stranger and always made everyone smile. He is going to be missed by his friends but nothing compares to what his family will feel. Love, Leslie

 

Tim Phelps posted on 2/14/20

During my college years I was fortunate enough to have worked with Rob at Beach Patrol. Those years are extremely cherished. As the years passed, Rob and I would see each other at Harris Teeter at least once every couple of weeks over the past several years. It was always great to catch up with him. We would spend about 15 minutes talking about the old guard days, his job with the city and his family (whom he spoke about with that fathers gleam in his eyes). Rob, you will be missed by all us guards. Rest in Peace our Captain.

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 2/14/20

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Kenneth D. Greene, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Air Force Veteran, Kenneth D. Greene, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Staff at Molesworth-Williams Funeral Home posted on 2/14/20

Paul was an wonderful co-worker and person. We the staff of Molesworth-Williams Funeral send our deepest condolences.

 

Emily Chesla posted on 2/14/20

Rob was a fierce lover of his family. He was so very proud of his children. He was a friend to many and the few of us who were lucky to call him family will miss his smile, enthusiasm, and warm welcomes... My family won’t be able to watch a Duke basketball game or listen to Springsteen without thinking of him. Rob was there for most of the important milestones in my life. He got me my first job, moved me into college, attended my wedding and celebrated my children. Rob loved the City Virgina Beach. He was an innovator, a leader and a visionary for the city for decades. There aren’t really words to express how much he will be missed.

 

 

Denise Hansen posted on 2/14/20

Another angel taken home. Long before your time. Ron's and Lulu's will never be the same. I will miss you, our conversations and your advise. Honored to have known you and call you family. Rest easy dear friend....

 

Richard Shipley posted on 2/14/20

I was Lee's assistant for a couple of years in the 90's . I am also an artist and learned a lot from Lee. I am so saddened that we lost touch. I loved her very much to learn of her passing to late to tell her that if only for one last time. My thoughts go out tow her children. They were great kids when I knew them. They are all grown up by now. She will be very missed. Lee"s art and the memory of loving smile will live on.

 

Mark Hudgins posted on 2/13/20

Phyllis, I am heartbroken to hear of Tom’s passing. I haven’t seen either of you in many years, but I have so many beautiful memories of Tom, both on and off stage. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and all of your family.

 

Tom Lawrenson posted on 2/13/20

Phyllis, I am so sorry about the loss of your best friend and husband. I'll always remember Tommy as The Detective in the Murder Mysteries in the Poconos. He (and you) were a big reason we kept going back, specifically for the mysteries, and were disappointed when they stopped. I also remember playing golf with him while we stayed. And I'll always remember the time we saw you both in VA Beach. My wife is also my best friend, and I can only imagine what you are going through. I hope the memories of all the fun times you shared together can give you some solace, and know that you will one day be with him again...most likely entertaining everyone around you in heaven.

 

Kay Burcher posted on 2/13/20

I worked with Tom many times on stage and in business. He was even my boss at one point - and a great boss he was. He was also a gentleman and loved to laugh and make others laugh. He will be greatly missed.

 

Jen Kennedy posted on 2/13/20

Patty, wishing you peace and comfort during this difficult time.

 

Clay Ray West posted on 2/13/20

Tom, I love you Tom Harris. All the shows we did together and how kind you were to me. A funny man too. I miss seeing you at the Basketball games and running into you and Munchkin out and about. A kind and generous man. You have your wings in heaven for sure . My thoughts and prayers go out to Phyllis and your family and friends. Sending Love, Clay Ray

 

Sheila Jamison-Schwartz posted on 2/13/20

Phyllis, my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Relish all your happy years together. Seek comfort with your family and friends. Peace!

 

Bob Carter posted on 2/12/20

Ester and family: I am so very sorry to hear that Jim passed. I was fortunate enough to have known him for about 30 years enjoying during service with the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Committee work and several golfing days at the PACC. He was very bright, funny, well respected and handsomely dressed at all times. Know that you are in my thoughts.

 

Theresa posted on 2/12/20

As the daffodils start to bloom, I am reminded of the hours spent in the front yard with Uncle Tommy, Michael, Rachael & the bubble mower. Michael would chase Tommy around the front yard, and Tommy would run away "in fear". :-) Michael would take a break and a few minutes later, it would start all over again. Of course, Rachael, not being able to walk yet, just sat on the ground watching the crazy boys and the bubble mower with an expression that could only be described as..."What in the world are they doing?" Of course, us big girls just laughed and laughed, holding those memories close for decades. If only cutting the grass was as much fun as it was that day.

 

 

g.t. richardson posted on 2/12/20

Patty, may God bless you with his loving care through this most difficult time.

 

g.t. richardson posted on 2/12/20

Patty, so sorry to hear about Eddie's passing. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. May God bless and keep you through this very difficult time.

 

Kelly and John Ecimovic posted on 2/12/20

We just learned last night of Christopher's departure from this world, and we are crushed. He was an expert designer and one of the sweetest, most interesting individuals ever to cross our path. LOVED talking with him about every topic under the sun. We were so excited for him as he made his retirement plans, and it especially saddens us that he did not get to enjoy the leisure time he so deserved. We actually thought the reason we hadn't heard from him since December was because he was taking his first month of retirement to do nothing, as was his stated plan. Christopher was impeccable in every way and we have lost a dear friend. Our condolences to Christopher's family - he was very proud of you all.

 

 

Dawn Melton posted on 2/12/20

This is one of many that I have of the love of my life he said this to me for years every day when I would walk in the door baby,honey,love sweetie, darling, dumplin,pie how lucky I am for having him as my partner the last 15years

 

 

Darlene Pacelli posted on 2/12/20

May she rest in peace.. Her beloved dog "Sampson" will love her always

 

Joanne Weted Lewin posted on 2/11/20

I knew Alice from high school. I was shocked to hear that she passed away. So sorry for your loss.

 

Kathleen Cook posted on 2/11/20

I am the niece of Louise Cook. Imogene was a big part of my life in younger years. I remember her as being so sweet, gentle and kind. I loved being around her! I have been trying to locate her some time but realized that I was spelling her last name incorrectly. I inherited the family pictures and memorabilia and found her Colorado address. This is when I realized that I was searching incorrectly. I just want to say that I am so sorry to hear of her passing.

 

 

Cheryl Branham posted on 2/11/20

I love you so much sis!!!!

 

Cheryl Branham posted on 2/11/20

I love you sis ❤️, you will be in heaven with our mother and your daughter and with Mark,I miss you so much already!!!! Love your baby sister!!!!

 

Terri, Jim, Sam, Jill Seward posted on 2/11/20

Dearest Dad, we miss you so much. We love you. You were a good Dad and a super Grandpa, always. How proud you made us as you protected our country in your long military career with the Army and the Air Force. You were a self-made man of few words and simple tastes who came from near nothing in West Virginia to a respected retired 1st Sargent. When you spoke or acted, you did so with love and with goodness in your heart. You loved your animals too-- and communicated with our furry family members with joy and with praise. Daddy, you are missed more than words are able to convey. Love, Terri, Jim, Sam and Jill

 

Alton (Manny) Kennedy posted on 2/10/20

My prayers and thoughts are with you and will always be with you.

 

Jim "NicNac" Naclnouck posted on 2/10/20

Betty and I were BHS '68 classmates. I just heard of her passing and was so saddened by the loss of such a wonderful person. May she rest in peace and may those she left behind fond comfort in happier memories. RIP Betty...

 

Sheryl W posted on 2/10/20

I remember RJ playing with my nephew Rodney Jr. as a child. He lived next door to my sister an brother-in-law Brenda & Rodney V.. He was always very nice to be around. Young man you will be missed. RIH

 

Nancy Wilson Carver posted on 2/10/20

I just heard of the passing of Jimmy Langnecker as we all called him...I grew up with Jim on Marion Hill,, all through Marion Hill school and on through High School,, We had much fun and laughs,,and enjoyed Sunday School at CM&A...I'm proud of his achievments in the Navy and with the Lord,, I became a missionary and he was so glad to hear that during one of our reunions..My condolences to his family... We will all meet in Glory soon,,

 

Ms. Melody M. Green posted on 2/10/20

Dear Stafford family, As we celebrate all that the Lord has done through your Dad, Grand Dad, Brother, Professor, Counselor, Intercessor, and Bible Teacher, Rev. Dr. Ken Stafford, over the years of his life, here are just a few thoughts from one of his and your Pneuma Bible Institute students and friends: Rev. Dr. Ken will be remembered as: • Pneuma Bible Institute Founder and Dean • former CBN Director of Biblical Counseling • an anointed Biblical Counselor • Founder, President and Director of Bearers of Light Ministries • Bible College Professor; meticulously thorough in his class presentations • a man of God with a friendly, extroverted personality, who repeatedly set and broke the Guinness Book of World records for the longest departure times, every time he tried to exit a building anywhere; always asking questions and listening to the stories of others before departing two or more hours later. • a devoted husband of Doreen. Together, they lived out their faith through Bearers of Life Ministries including Biblical counseling ministry, church operation and administration, Pneuma Bible Institute, and providing “umbrella” coverage for and facilitating the work of missionaries. • an even tempered man of God with an amusing and wacky sense of humor evident in ministry, at church, and even at the hospital during any medical procedure, frequently joking with doctors and nurses. • a good financial steward of all that the Lord entrusted to him. • generous in devoting his time according to God’s divine priorities: 1. God, 2. his wife, Doreen 3. his family, 4. ministry and 5. others. • the lifelong husband of Doreen, who, despite his evident emotional pain of grieving her passing in November 2019, personally welcomed and thanked everyone who attended her memorial chapel service to honor her. We were there to honor Doreen and be supportive of him, yet he was thanking and encouraging us. As a reflection of his character, what message would Rev. Dr. Ken leave for each of you and also those of us who are a part of his and Doreen’s spiritual family-in-Christ through Pneuma Bible Institute? The Aaronic Blessing: ““ ‘ “The Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make his face shine on you and be gracious to you; the Lord turn his face toward you and give you peace.” ’” Numbers‬ ‭6:24-26‬‭ NIV ‬‬ With a grateful heart, Ms. Melody M. Green

 

Adrion Ray LaPrarie posted on 2/10/20

The one thing I remember most about my uncle Lester is when he would ask me what I wanted to drink and he would tease me when I would tell him that I would have coke. He was a generous man and I wish that I could have seen him more during his life. I will miss him and Brenda but I will take comfort in knowing that one day all of our families will be together again. I give Sharon and Mike and their families my sincere and deepest condolences. I miss y’all and love y’all. May God give you all peace and comfort at this time and always. God bless you all....

 

Foster Bell posted on 2/10/20

Lester was the very "bestest" of friends when I was growing up! It seems that either he went home with me from church every Sunday, OR I went home with him. His family befriended my family in such a warm and loving way. My heart-felt condolences to you, Billy.

 

Madelynn Kenoly posted on 2/10/20

Dre, you’ll be missed. You always knew how to light up a room with your smile. Thanks for all the conversations, pranks, and laughs. To the Woods Family, Dre was one of the sweetest, most thoughtful people I’ve met. He was loved and will always be remembered. Keeping you all in my prayers. ❤️

 

Dustina McCauley posted on 2/9/20

I am his 1st grandchild of his 1st born child Susi Wallace McCauley of Sand Springs, Oklahoma. So sorry for your loss Katie and David.

 

Richard Agnello posted on 2/9/20

Andreas, I didn't know you but I know your Sista Katrina and your Brother-in-Law Gerry Reyes. To your family: May God comfort all of you in this time of deep sorrow. To Gerry and Katrina because of your strong faith and devotion to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ: "If the Lord had not been my help, my soul would soon have dwelt in the land of silence. when I thought, "My foot slips," thy steadfast love, O Lord, held me up. When the cares of my heart are many, thy consolations cheer my soul. Psalm94:17-19 Andreas R.I.P.

 

Marietta & Lehmon posted on 2/9/20

Rest In Peace Arjod....we thought of seeing you when we decided to spend our Christmas 2019 in Norfolk but you were not around. Your mom only showed to us your big Christmas package for them. You’re such a thoughtful &loving Son !!! And now you’re gone. May the Good Lord let the perpetual light shine on you so you may Rest In Peace. I offered 9-days masses for you ANDREAS RAYBURN JESSE OTIS DON “Arjod” at Our Lord’s Transfiguration Parish here in Palo. My sincerest condolences especially to your Mom Carina whom I considered my sister & you Dad Don & the rest of the family. I know you will be really missed. Bye Arjod !!!

 

Bebe posted on 2/9/20

May you find comfort in knowing your Mom and Dad are together again. Know one day you will see them again. Love and prayers ❤️

 

Pam Christman posted on 2/9/20

I am going to so miss him. He was such a good guy. He so loved his family. It's hard to believe I met him about 25 years ago now. He had a way of turning a negative into a positive and then have you laughing. My girls were fond of him as well and devastated at the news of his passing.

 

Merlyna Dollete posted on 2/9/20

Dre, you will be missed son. Rest In Peace. Condolences to the family.

 

Felicia Wallace posted on 2/9/20

My condolences to the family.. he lived his family wholeheartedly and cherished his time with them.. may he Rest In Peace.

 

John Deuso and Jerri Wells posted on 2/9/20

I was privileged to spend many years working , golfing, fishing, and enjoying gatherings together. Jerri and I loved his contagious smile and warm personality. Our sincere condolences to the family.

 

JoAnne Collins York posted on 2/9/20

So sorry for your loss . Stephen and his family lived down the street from our family growing up. He sat next to me in 1st grade and was always the smart kid in class thru High School. He was such a nice guy he will be missed.

 

Belinda A Mazgay posted on 2/9/20

Shaina, no one will ever replace your dad, he was your rock. Why, because he was your teacher, he was right there beside you encouraging you every step of the way. He taught you how to stand strong and be independent and to be proud of your accomplishments. He has finished his race, but now it is time for you to continue, step by step, GOD will show you the way. Allow HIM to be your rock now! You and your family are in my prayers. GOD BLESS!

 

 

Madelyn King posted on 2/9/20

Dear Tammy and Kyle, We are truly sorry to hear about the loss of your father. May you both find comfort in knowing that you both were truly loved. May you both find comfort by sharing memories and prayer with each other. God bless. Bernice and Jim King

 

Jessica Christman posted on 2/9/20

He was an awesome friend, the best. He would drive me to work ar 6 am On the back of his motorcycle freezing our butts off but laughing the whole way. He was a wonderful man and he will certainly be missed. He Was always so positive and happy A very rare trait these days.

 

Albert Thomas posted on 2/9/20

I had the privilege of being coached, being mentored and working with Coach Aftel as his assistant coach with the NAHS Track and Field teams, and eventually taking over the Registrars job at NAHS after he retired. I will forever be grateful for all Coach did for me as a student athlete and as a education professional. Coach Aftel is one of the main reasons that I got into coaching and enjoyed giving back to the kids at NAHS. I first met Coach Aftel in 1979 when I was a student at Sutton Middle School and came over to Northside High School to practice Track and Field. He got my attention that day because he was in the lower parking talking very loud about someone's mother, but I soon learned that he did not mean any harm and he would do anything to help his athlete out. Rest in Peace Coach, Job Well Done.

 

John Lay posted on 2/9/20

Gone way to soon my friend ... you will be missed and never forgotten .. wherever you’re kickin-it brother I know your burdens lifted and You can be free in every way...Peace and Love Dre. My sincere condolences to the Woods Family !!

 

Tova Spruill posted on 2/8/20

My most deepest and sincere condolences to you and your family my thoughts and prayers are with With you. Your father was such a wonderful man

 

George Dulka posted on 2/8/20

My heart goes out to Shawn family for their loss. He loved my nephew and niece and helped to raise them. He will be missed.

 

Heidi Lano posted on 2/8/20

My prayers and condolences goes out to Dre's family and friends. I first met Dre when we worked together at a hibachi restaurant pre-college. We shared memories at ODU,VCU, and Virginia Beach with our mutual friends. Always the guy with a smile! Dre, you will be missed! Rest in peace

 

Susan Downs posted on 2/8/20

Mrs. Browder was my Latin teacher many years ago. She was an amazing educator and a kind, compassionate lady. Deepest condolences to her family.

 

Philip Talley posted on 2/8/20

Kyle, I humbly offer our sincerest condolences to you and your sister for the loss of your father. Life is too short, and it's rarely fair, but people like you make it a whole lot better for everyone else. Please take the time and space that you need and feel more than free, in fact feel encouraged, to reach out at any time. Psalm 34:18

 

 

Maria posted on 2/8/20

Dear Tammy & Kyle, I am so sorry that you are going through this. I remember coming to visit your Mom and Dad all the time when I would come to Virginia. They were both so welcoming and so warm to me. Sometimes, Mom would make sweet tea and Lois and I would sit in the living room where there was a country filled aroma from the candles that Mom used to burn. I miss and loved them both very much. My heart and prayers go out to you.

 

Joyce Falkenstein posted on 2/8/20

I'm so sorry Doris and family . He was a good man still remember times we came to visit in VA especially going down sandy roadways that would be filled with ocean water by night in the old 4x4. Prayers to the family.

 

Bonnie Bussjaeger posted on 2/8/20

Phyllis, only God can truly reach the place of your deepest sorrow over the loss of your dear Tom. Lean on Him as you mourn and find comfort in His peace. Psalm 147:3 He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.

 

Nelia and Rudy Palustre posted on 2/8/20

Condolence May his soul Rest In Peace ..

 

Martha ward posted on 2/8/20

Sorry for your loss, no more hospital's no more mask. He is free now. I didn't know him that well but what i did, was enjoyable. He was funny. Always giving ed a hard time, in a kidding way. My condolences to you and your family.

 

Tammie Richardson posted on 2/8/20

Barbara I am so sorry for your loss this is truly heartbreaking, my prayers are with you and your family. I know life threw you a curve that a lot of people couldn't handle but your a strong woman and with the help of Jesus did the best you could. I wish we would have reconnected sooner..Prayers are going up and being sent.

 

Roz posted on 2/8/20

Shaina, I love your father for raising such a strong, intelligent, wise daughter!

 

 

Susie Fox posted on 2/8/20

My sincere condolences to our cousin and family on the loss of such a kind man

 

 

shirley buchanan posted on 2/8/20

IN memory of my nephew whom I have known for 56 years and loved for 56 years

 

Carol Summers posted on 2/8/20

I was privileged to share water classes with you. Joe and I send condolences to the entire family

 

Yvonne B. Pringle posted on 2/7/20

Daryl and I spent many hours together at the mighty North Atlanta High School, we took up tickets for many years for the basket ball games, took many students to eat before the games. If you needed anything, and Mr. Aftel could help you as we affectionately call him Coach. After he moved to Va., we would talk at least once a month, until his health began to fail, Coach was a true friend, and I will truly missed him. What a legacy he has left. Take your rest Coach, you deserve it, your special friend Pringle.

 

Doña Storey posted on 2/7/20

I will always remember how ad a toddler you took me everywhere. I was your shadow. You would put me in your bicycle basket and off we would go to the local drugstore. You would sit me on a stool and tell me to stay put while you played pool with your buds after school. You were my favorite rock and roll jitterbug partner as a little girl and later as a young woman. I loved you dearly then as I still do now. Hugs Uncle Lester. You had the sweet spirit of all your siblings. You would defend a loved one at the drop of a hat and be ad sweet as a teddy bear the next moment. You were and you are still loved dearly. I will always hear your voice saying..hey girl.

 

Shei posted on 2/7/20

My heart aches for Woody, Auntie Carina and my best friend and family. Sending my warmest sympathies. Arjod was super smart and not-annoying for a little brother. I’ll miss his smile. Love you all. I’ll see you soon. Love, Skeeter.

 

Linda Ocampo posted on 2/7/20

Phyllis, I am so sorry to hear of Tom's passing. Sending love and prayers!

 

 

Linda Ocampo posted on 2/7/20

My deepest condolences. Tom was a great neighbor and friend.

 

Gerald Pilley posted on 2/7/20

Lester worked with my Dad, John Pilley in the carpenter's union many years ago. I had the opportunity to work with. Lester at the Atlantic Shores project. Ironically, my Dad died February 3, 1988. My deepest condolences to the Sprinkel family.

 

Kenneth Crevoisier posted on 2/7/20

I moved to the beach 5 years ago Shawn lived right around the corner I met him because I needed a bike and we quickly became friends I always enjoyed stopping by his house any time I passed just to shoot the poop the two of us enjoyed countless of 15 to 20 min chats Weekley though out the years he would give the shirt off his back to anyone you will be greatly missed canfield wait to see you in heaven love ya kenny crevoisier

 

Theresa posted on 2/7/20

Kind eyes. Gentle smile. There's something about you to miss every day.

 

Jen Amano posted on 2/7/20

While I only met Arjod once, I can say he had a great presence about him. I am so sorry for this loss and I will keep him and your whole family in my prayers.

 

Kris Reyes posted on 2/7/20

May you Rest in Peace Arjod. Thinking of you Don, Auntie Carina, Katrina, Gerry and the rest of the family and friends during this painful time. Our hearts are with you.

 

Angela Andrews posted on 2/7/20

Mike and Karen, Sorry to hear about you father passing away. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time.

 

William (Billy) Sprinkel posted on 2/7/20

I will miss my phone call every morning around 11:30 when he would call to check on his little brother.

 

Ben and Linda Cromwell posted on 2/7/20

All of you are in our thoughts and prayers. There will never be another Big Ed. We will miss you. We had a lot of good times together.

 

 

Kathryn (Tungol) Davidson posted on 2/7/20

To Auntie Carina, Uncle Don, Terrence, & Katrina, May the memories held deep inside your heart, help to comfort you. Your in my prayers. With Deepest Sympathy. ARJOD: Rest in Peace (buddy) ~Heaven gained an Angel

 

 

Naomi Humbert posted on 2/7/20

I first met "Big Ed" at the Brass Bell , having dinner with him , lil Ed and Mary . His personality filled the room it was very hard not to laugh or smile in his presence. Yes he will definitely be missed .. but his soul is at peace .

 

Terri Kulp posted on 2/6/20

Dear Louise, My deepest condolences on the passing of your mother, I feel very fortunate to have had the blessing of knowing her. I send love and prayers of healing to you and your family during this difficult time.

 

 

Amber posted on 2/6/20

Devon was one of my regular Express Lane customers at my job. I saw her every week and she was always so nice to me even though she was going through such a hard time. It definitely hit hard to find out about her passing. I'm just glad she's in a better place and no longer in pain.

 

Sara Bray posted on 2/6/20

I waited on Ed at Sandfiddler for awhile. Through talking with him I learned he had actually worked with my Dad, who is now passed, at the NADEP DEPT. repairing airplanes. He always made me laugh, and always reminded me of my Dad little bit. May he rest in Peace.

 

Joanie Karavias and family posted on 2/6/20

Eddie, we are sending our sincere sympathies, keeping you in our prayers.

 

Patricia dulka posted on 2/6/20

Sincere condolences to Shawn's family. I will cherish all 15 years of good memories that dawn and shawn created together as he truly loved her and the children

 

Denise and Jack Brooks posted on 2/6/20

Louise, your Mom was such a bright, beautiful, fun lady that shared her smile and laughter with everyone. She made me laugh and feel welcome the very first time we met. I will think of her whenever I see the stars shining over the bay. God bless you and your family.

 

Patricia dulka posted on 2/6/20

Shawn was a great dad to my niece and nephew.he will be missed by many but live on in our hearts forever

 

 

Malleri Patrylak posted on 2/6/20

Thank you for always making me laugh. I will miss you Ed.

 

R Francis Muench posted on 2/6/20

My condolences. It will never be easy to lose a parent. Im praying for your mom, your sister and you.

 

Jeannette, Bob, and Michael posted on 2/6/20

Dear Louise, May your loss be softhened by the love and wonderful memories of your mom. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We will always remember her beautiful smile.

 

 

Constance & Richard Powell posted on 2/6/20

Prayers for the entire family for strength and comfort and remembering the good times with Ed Sr

 

Frank Brümmel & Family posted on 2/6/20

Er ist nun frei, und unsere Tränen wünschen ihm Glück.

 

 

Justin posted on 2/6/20

Ed was such a great guy funny always had me laughing and enjoy him every time he was around will truly be missed by many love ya big guy

 

Jason Huynh posted on 2/6/20

I met Arjod several times last year when his uncle (Raul) took me to Vallejo. Arjod was always polite and respectful. A little shy, but well-spoken. The kind of nephew every uncle would love to have. My heart goes out to Arjod’s family and my friend, Raul. RIP, Arjod. You’ll be missed.

 

Kathy Evans posted on 2/6/20

So sorry for your loss prayers and love to the family and friends of this beautiful young man

 

 

Laurie Gallegos posted on 2/6/20

I was saddened to hear of his passing. Although sad, I was grateful the Lord granted him his peace. I will always remember his smile, his laugh, his quick wit and how he and Dottie always made everyone feel welcome. He will be missed but never forgotten due to all the fun memories he left behind. My love and condolences to Dottie and the rest of the family. Peace Be with you all.❤️

 

Richard Brookins posted on 2/6/20

Our most sincere condolences to the parents and family of Andreas. He was a familiar face in our home here in Sacramento, CA. We had so much in common including a love for shooting. We met working together in mid-town Sacramento doing chromatography. He was amazing at everything he did and a one-of-a-kind Engineer! We loved talking science together in my garage. His journey out west here to work is an amazing story and I admire him everyday for that. What a brave and bright young man. He will be dearly missed. Prayers to you and your family brother. Rest in peace. With Love, The Brookins Family

 

Terry and Deanna posted on 2/6/20

Louise we will always remember your mother for the beautiful smile she gave to everyone . She left us all us all here with great memories. I'm sure her and your dad are in heaven dancing and telling jokes. And always know they are looking down and watching over you their baby girl. Love you

 

 

Teress Nowell posted on 2/6/20

In memory of Arjod. Uncle Donald and Aunt Carina. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. God grant them peace comfort and give them wisdom and knowledge in all things. Protect them Lord and keep your protection hedge around them. Rest in peace cousin.

 

 

Kristina Currier posted on 2/6/20

Andreas and I met in middle school. He was one of my closest friends in high school. We reconnected in 2015 and remained close. Thank you for memories in VA, PA, CA, WA, and OR. Love you always. Love, Krispy.

 

Sheri & Mitch Wilder posted on 2/6/20

So truly sorry for your loss. Sending our deepest condolences and love to your family. May the care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead.

 

Ma'rie Hodges posted on 2/6/20

Thinking of you and your family, Don and Carina. With you in prayer.

 

John & Patty Hodges & Family posted on 2/6/20

In our hearts and our prayers, Don and Carina.

 

DGardiola posted on 2/6/20

Rest In Peace Arjod! You will be missed terribly by everyone most especially your Mom and Dad. ❤

 

Carol, Pat and Tim posted on 2/6/20

Louise, We are sorry for your moms passing. Her friends at Canterbury Condos will miss her delightful charm and her great smiles. You can be proud of all the things you did for your parents. You were always there when they needed you the most. You are often in our thoughts.

 

Dre posted on 2/5/20

I used to always call you other Dre whenever I seen you, always a smile and a laugh man. My condolences to your family rest easy Dre

 

Stanley Opie posted on 2/5/20

Too all of Margaret's Family, my heart goes out too all. I am late posting this message as I had missed Margaret's obituary and Rolinda Maecum's email. Margaret and her late husband Charlie were special to my late wife Phyllis as we attended small group meetings as part of Greenbriar Christian Church on Volvo Parkway Chesapeake VA. Praying the Lord will comfort all family and friends grieving Margaret's transition from our earthly company. Sincerely Stan Opie

 

Rudy and Meldy Diamante posted on 2/5/20

Sending prayers remembering Arjod as the handsome congenial and smart son of our dear friends Don and Carina and nephew of our best friend Flor. Sincere condolences to the Woods and Velasco family.

 

Connie and Len Shelor posted on 2/5/20

We will keep you in our hearts forever. You will be missed by so many people. RIP Arjod

 

Jeanie Woo posted on 2/5/20

Louise, every time I saw your Mom, she was smiling and friendly. She enjoyed the cookouts in the common area because she would get to see everyone. She is blessed to have had you with her for all these years, especially the last seven while she lived at Canterbury Bayside. God Bless.

 

Sandra posted on 2/5/20

Andreas: may you rest in peace, you will be missed greatly. Gone too soon but loved by us all now more than ever. Condolences to your family during this difficult time. They loved you more than words can state.

 

Tim evans posted on 2/5/20

I met Arjod a few times and could tell immediately that he and his family was very close.woody is always telling me about how Arjod was doing at his work and his activities he will be missed very much.Tim Evans and Dianna woodard and Rick Evans send our condolences to the family.

 

 

Pam & Larry Woods posted on 2/5/20

We will miss hearing. All the memories and things that your dad shared with us. RIP . until we all meet again. We love and miss you...

 

Nancy Ward posted on 2/5/20

All my memories of you are absolute treasures. You were an amazing son and I am so happy God gave me over 34 of the best years of my life with you in it. I will miss you every single moment for the rest of my life. You honestly were the sweetest, funniest, most incredible person. I will think of you every day until we meet again in heaven and I get to see your smile again.

 

DONALD WOODS posted on 2/5/20

Best son a father could dream of and I will never stop loving and missing him...

 

Richard and Catherine Felts posted on 2/5/20

Thoughts of comfort and prayers to Kayla, Ashlyn , Jack and the entire Nowland family!

 

Julie Boyer posted on 2/5/20

Ed, Me and Doug will truly miss your Dad. I will keep you and your family in my prayers. I enjoyed going out fishing with you and Big Ed. He was such a smooth talker, he will be missed by many. Julie and Doug Boyer

 

Karen and Ed Schrader posted on 2/5/20

Ed, We are so sorry to hear of the passing of your dad!! We will keep you and your family in our prayers during this very difficult time. We always enjoyed our conversations with your dad. Ed and Karen Schrader Sea Tow Hampton Roads

 

Lynne Pack Harris posted on 2/5/20

Dottie and Kala, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Greg & Jan Franceski posted on 2/5/20

Dottie and family, Jan and I are saddened by Frank's passing. What a great man; what a great friend; what a great family man. We always enjoyed Frank's giving nature, his outlook on life, and his faithfulness as a friend. We will always remember all the good times we had with Frank and your whole family. We ask God to bless you all with strength to get through these trying times and to reflect on all the good times you all have had as family. Please take some comfort in knowing that Frank is now resting at peace with our Lord.

 

Frank and Irene Gewet posted on 2/5/20

It would have been very hard to not love Frank and Dottie. They were always helping and doing at Church of the Ascension. They were sorely missed when they moved to Norfolk but always remembered. Rest In Peace Frank.

 

Paul, Claire, Julie, Laura & John Joseph posted on 2/5/20

To John, Chris and Angela, we send along our deepest sympathy for your loss. We remember with great affection our time as your neighbor and friend in Walthall Mill. We shared many happy times together over several years with Pepper and your entire family. Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Scott and Farrah Parker posted on 2/5/20

So sorry for your loss

 

Nicole Lynch posted on 2/5/20

Our prayers are with y’all family.Will miss our cousin Melissa. RIH .love y’all

 

Thomas Blanton posted on 2/4/20

I’m so very sorry for Big Frank’s passing. I’ll forever be grateful for the blessing of having had him in my life. I pray for all God’s blessings and comfort for the Nowland family.

 

Candice W Dettloff posted on 2/4/20

The Greeks always say "May his memory be eternal." The Hebrews say "May his memory be a blessing." I say, may your love for him console you with warm and happy memories. Love to all.

 

Laura Barnes posted on 2/4/20

John my deepest sympathy to you and your family in Pepper's passing. She was a lovely lady full of grace and kindness. May God bless you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Patty morrison posted on 2/4/20

So sorry for your loss

 

Ashley napieracz posted on 2/4/20

I will greatly miss you! ❤

 

Tabernacle of Faith Church posted on 2/4/20

Melissa was a beautiful, warm hearted blessing! Sending our love, support and prayers to the Drew and the entire Bush family. Love, TAB

 

Sharon Newsome posted on 2/4/20

My condolence to your family, Iam praying that God comforts you.

 

Kim Hall posted on 2/4/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I pray god give you peace, comfort and strength during this time.

 

Jack & Màyté Williams posted on 2/3/20

We’re sending our sincere condolences to Kathy’s Family in this time of sadness. From Jack & Màyté Williams from Hampton.

 

Alana Madden posted on 2/3/20

You will be greatly missed Melissa. I’m so glad we were able to become such close friends over the past few years. You were the most selfless person I have ever known. Such a loving and kind spirit. Rest easy love

 

 

Vera & Charles posted on 2/3/20

He gave you all lots of good memories to hold on to! God Bless & Comfort you.

 

Samantha Feeley posted on 2/3/20

The entire family is in my prayers! Melissa was a long friend of my mother’s who passed in 2011 and Melissa always took me under her wing as another one of her kids whenever I was around. I will dearly miss her!!

 

Jermaine Thompkins posted on 2/3/20

My heart goes out to you and your family.

 

Deborah Reynolds posted on 2/3/20

I will miss you until the day I die. I will miss your smile, your sense of humor and everything about you. I watched you grow up and then turned into a man. I still don't want to believe this has happened. Many hearts are broken here on earth but I pray to god you are with grandpa and great grandma in heaven watching over us. I love you my sweet nephew

 

Jackie Shannon posted on 2/3/20

Rest in Peace, Nick. Sending love and wishes for peace and healing to your family.

 

Tami Brown posted on 2/3/20

R. I. P. Katie. Prayers to her family. Thank you for your service and everything you did for the community.

 

Brandon Harpest posted on 2/3/20

Nick was the most amazing and best of friends I've had to this day. My heart goes out to my second family, he will always be missed and loved by everyone he ever met.

 

 

Michael Rideout posted on 2/3/20

You will truly be missed

 

Leonard Garrett Jr. posted on 2/3/20

You will be missed sister.

 

Michelle Ward posted on 2/3/20

Love and prayers to family and friends.

 

LOUISE CORBIN-REED posted on 2/3/20

PRAYERS OF COMFORT FOR THE FAMILY

 

Connie Napieracz posted on 2/3/20

We love and miss you more than you know Nick. I will miss your laugh and smile more than anything.

 

Laura Fountain posted on 2/3/20

❤️❤️❤️❤️

 

Cicely Kelley posted on 2/2/20

The best coach ever! You will truly truly be missed. Thank you for everything!

 

Deborah Blocher posted on 2/2/20

So sorry for your loss. Melissa was such a beautiful woman . I remember her as child . Always happy go lucky.

 

Whitney Brooks posted on 2/2/20

Melissa you were loved by many and will be missed truly. To the family, I love you all very much and I pray for strength and comfort during this tough time.

 

Pat Bowman posted on 2/2/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Melissa had such a good and kind heart. I always enjoyed being around her.

 

Trish posted on 2/2/20

I will miss you my baby sister rest in Heavenly Piece

 

Kevin and LaBridgette Seymour posted on 2/2/20

Our Deepest Sympathy for Your Family. Prayers that the Lord will continue to comfort you.

 

 

Robin Chapman posted on 2/2/20

Fly high Nick. You will be sorely missed ♥️ Rest in Piece ♥️ Love you, Aunt Robin

 

Tara Bush posted on 2/2/20

My mommy. I will miss you more than any words could ever explain. You are our rock. Life will never be the same without you. I Love You Mommy! Rest in Heaven

 

Jane and Casey Stinespring posted on 2/2/20

May God grant you peace and comfort during this time.

 

Steven Rahinsky posted on 2/2/20

I had the pleasure to work with Chris for several years. Once we both found out we were both from up north it was on! Having been into music and the arts for so very long, when I first started at Lowe's, Chris stuck out as someone I wanted to get to know. We shared our love of Music, fasion, pop culture, and religion. As a young man and former starving artist, I was totally blown away by his life story. Each and every conversation left me not just knowing Chris more, but made me look forward to our next conversation and what other amazing life detail he would share then. From my side, being in his presence was home. We shared in witty banter and enjoyed those days we worked together. He would always make a point to hang at the Windows and Doors desk b4 he would leave for the night. Or he would make a point to stop and see me in plumbing. Chris, it was my absolute pleasure to be just a lil part of your amazing life story! All of us Lowes and former Lowes family, will me you and we'll always appreciate our time with you! Rest in Pease my friend...

 

Alan Larivee posted on 2/2/20

Margaret, Bill, and Charlie, Very sorry to read of your Mom’s passing. I have always remembered her as a caring, graceful woman. My thoughts are with you at this difficult time.

 

SaBrina posted on 2/2/20

I met you when I was 18 when you first moved here from New York... I turned 34 on January 7th... I was just learning to cut hair but you had faith in me and was my client ever since... not just my client but a great friend.... I will miss you Chris sooooo much and I love you!!! RIParadise Dapper Man!!!

 

Curtis Humphrey and Vicki Brackett posted on 2/2/20

In such a short time Christopher became a good friend, and someone who made every day better by just being here. We'll always appreciate his kindness, gentle nature, wisdom and wit. Christopher was a genuine, loving person and Heaven is richer for his presence there. Until we meet again, rest peacefully Christopher.

 

Andy Casimiro posted on 2/2/20

Bootsie, I will miss you tremendously. You are now with GL and our creator. God Bless You. Andy

 

The Lacey Family posted on 2/1/20

My heart, thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Tanya Walker-Odom posted on 2/1/20

My condolences to the family. Melissa was such a beautiful person inside in out. My God comfort you and give you peace. Love you all

 

Tiffany thrasher posted on 2/1/20

I volunteered with aftel over the summer before my junior year. I had been as a co-president from Northside. I got to know him and continue my volunteer experience in his office doing mine Junior and senior years. Doing my junior year I was enrolled in mr. Darnell Bateman's class. I was enrolled in the AP US History Class thinking that it would be a Haven for educational attainment and enlightenment. for the short time that I was in that woman hating small tyrant. He did something I won't recount that as a future teacher I would have never done to any student that I even hated to the marrow of my bone. But the point of the story is that aftel saved me. When he walked in that room I need was there to get me and that my life would be saved because I was being transferred to another class. My mother who would never been an activist mother but on my behalf to remove me from the torment of Darnell MF Bateman. Aftel was a kind man who was shocked when he saw how Bateman treated me because he knew who I was from his own experience. Sometimes when I needed a place to go where I knew I would be welcome and do some volunteer work his door was always open. Anyone who's ever worked in education would do well 2 take a page from his book about being kind to children because you never know how it will impact them and they will remember it.

 

Scarlett Renee Reid posted on 2/1/20

Fly high with the angels. Thank you for the laughter and great memories I have from my growing up years. You taught me to drive at 16 and oh boy the trip down memory lane. You have always meant the world to me. I'm so glad to have known and loved you.

 

Richard and Ellie Kay posted on 2/1/20

Our prayers for God's comfort during this time of loss are with the family. We knew Charlie and Margaret when we first arrived at Greenbrier Christian Fellowship in 1991.

 

 

Connie Keesling posted on 2/1/20

So sorry for your loss Phyllis and family. I know Tommy will be in your heart and thoughts always.

 

Bonnie Vick posted on 2/1/20

My condolences go out to the family at this time of sorrow. Bob was a sweet and kind man. He will be missed by many. Rest in Peace Bob.

 

Tommie Lightfoot-Holloway posted on 2/1/20

Words cannot express the level of gratitude in my heart ❤️ for how you loved the students of Northside High how you made coming to school fun! You reached out to me in many text messages of care, concern, and gratitude of appreciation for your students. Rest Well Coach Aftel until we meet again. C/O 90’

 

Natalie Evans posted on 2/1/20

You were one of the Best principals ever with many job descriptions COACH and In , school suspension teacher you made it fun and Hilarious even though we were supposed to be in trouble! We and NAHS WILL FOREVER LOVE YOU! A TRUE WARRIOR NEVER FORGOTTEN co98 To the family I pray that Hod gives you strength during this period of bereavement! Know that you are not in it alone your extended family Northside andNorth Atlanta High are in this with you. You ever find that you need someone to pray with you or just talk too I'm available hit me up mfacebook messenger. May the peace and love of God be with you!

 

Michele Kohler posted on 2/1/20

Dad I hope that you get to meet some of your favorite wrestlers up there. I remember watch wrestling with you and somehow you also got me in the headlock. Thank you for teaching me how to change the water pump on the volare and letting me learn how to build things in the house ..I'm using that knowledge now. I hope u get to cook up a storm since you always had a different meal everytime we saw you especially at Turkey day. Love u

 

Nadine and Elaina posted on 2/1/20

Katie, R.I.P. my friend! I will miss your smile and your energy and our crafting with the girls together as well as our thrift shopping and rummaging through the book stores :( oh and btw: the Steelers are still the better team ;)

 

Tara Johnson posted on 2/1/20

RIH Coach Aftel ... You were always encouraging to all the students.......you will be missed....Sincerely, Tara Johnson (twin) Northside High c/o 90

 

Bud Jacobson posted on 1/31/20

I’m sorry to hear of Charlie’s passing but assured to know his place in heaven. Charlie’s testimony during the years I worked with him at VDOT were unwavering. We will miss you but see you again in the near future. We are praying for the lord to comfort his family during this difficult time

 

Wadrika Montgomery-Watts posted on 1/31/20

Rest in paradise Coach, spread your wings and fly high!!

 

Mario L. Butler posted on 1/31/20

I remember coming to the registrar office at North Atlanta High School and talking to the admin about enrolling as a regular student/athlete and they were like did you apply for a magnet program and I said no, then they were like you more than likely would have to go to your zoned school. Coach Aftel came up and said what’s your name and he said I know your brother and sister that goes to NAH already, then he said are you an athlete and I was like yes then he replies “you could have fooled me, I thought you was a chess player” but after that he took me in like a son and led me to become a 400 meter state champion at North Atlanta high in 1997 with Coach Thomas. You will be missed and we will make sure your legacy at NAHS is remembered.

 

 

Bill and Dorette Sellers posted on 1/31/20

So sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. May God give you comfort during this difficult time. Love to all.

 

Darlene Messick posted on 1/31/20

Larry has been a lifelong friend...we meet back in elementary school. We were neighbors and soon became like family. My most memorable memory of Larry out of so many is the times he used to prank call me on the phone...he got me some many times!! There was not a time we were together he didnt make someone in the room laugh. The news of his passing is so hard to absorb. God needed him more.. May God embrace Larry' s family and friends to help the healing and to have strength in the days to come. You will be missed my friend for you touched some many in your own special silly ways!! Rest easy. Love Darlene-Charlene

 

Melga Kelly posted on 1/31/20

Abrigo Family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time and sorrows. My cousin Aurelio is definitely one of a kind. We will miss his beautiful smile and kindness.

 

Pam and Mac McGinty posted on 1/31/20

We have just heard of Janet’s passing from a friend who used to attend St. Peter’s with us. Janet was such an active participant and organizer of events at St. Peter’s when we were there. Warren, and Family, we are so sorry.

 

Jerome Mayor posted on 1/31/20

I’am glad to have known Papo.He was a wonderful man. He was always smiling, happy and very welcoming. I’ll always remember him planting and gardening in Gloria’s backyard. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

 

Ann Soles Rockwell and family posted on 1/31/20

May you fly high with the angels. Your work is finished now. We did not see you like we would have liked but did not stop us from loving you. You are flying high with Mama now. I know Grandma and Mama was happy to see you. Love and prayers to the family!

 

Mignon Tate posted on 1/31/20

Gone but, Nevet forgotten. Rest in Power Coach! Your memory shall live on through the lives you have touched.

 

Morvette Pritchard posted on 1/31/20

Coach Aftel made my transition to APS a good one. He made sure that I had my credits to graduate, and also reassured my mother the same. He will be missed. RIH

 

 

Carolyn LaMay (Smith)George posted on 1/31/20

How blessed our family was to have known such a kind, caring educator. He was a father figure for ALL "his children". I smile when thinking of him with that beanie on his head taking the whole track team to dinner or the movies. So kind & generous with his time. His memory will live eternally in the students he served. Fondly, Mrs. George

 

Jennifer Reaka-Madison posted on 1/31/20

I didn't run track but was a student that Coach would usually get on to for skipping class/school. He had a talk with me that opened my eyes to some things that other teachers didn't necessarily do. He had a way of really getting in your head and make you think. I appreciate him and his talks. Coach Aftel, thank you for being a dedicated teacher who really cared about your students. RIP Coach! ❤

 

Cheryl W Small posted on 1/31/20

I am so sorry for your loss, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your boys.....hugs!!

 

Danielle Epps posted on 1/31/20

Coach Aftel was an amazing person! I have so many memories of working in his office, laughing and joking. He always fussed, but you knew it was all out of love.

 

Laura Wylie posted on 1/31/20

Somebody here already said it best- Coach Aftel showed genuine concern for his students and athletes. He really cared about all of us, which he demonstrated by his dedication and sense of humor. I have fond memories of him from my days on (and off) the cross country team at Northside (class of ‘91).

 

Laura Keesey posted on 1/30/20

Sending love and prayers of peace to Katie‘s family and friends.

 

Tara clark-brown posted on 1/30/20

Rest in peace coach love u

 

Ken Price posted on 1/30/20

To the man that saw me in the hallway at Northside my freshman year and said “you look like you’d be a good wrestler, you should come out for the team. Thanks for believing in me Coach, you made me believe in my ability on the mat. You were loved by all students at Northside because of your genuine concern for us. You could always make us laugh when we needed it, REST IN POWER BIG FELLA.

 

 

Chylesture Emily Ponder posted on 1/30/20

Coach was a good guy he will make your day you can never have a bad day around this coach he was funny rest in peace

 

Candice Parks posted on 1/30/20

Coach taught me the ethics of hard work. I’m not sure who he personality knew, but he took me to PO FOLKS on Wendy Hill rd and got me my very first job as the greeter. “Good evening, how many? Right this way.” I am forever blessed that he was apart of my adolescences. One of the best coaches to ever do it.

 

Zaneta Perdue-Tatum posted on 1/30/20

Thank you Coach for always inspiring me to do more and to be better. Love always!

 

Ashok Shah M.D. posted on 1/30/20

Coach worked tirelessly and dedicated himself to his students... He was a good man that helped many of us succeed

 

Marston Atkinson posted on 1/30/20

Thank you for your dedication to others, especially students, for all those years. Big heart and big personality. You will be missed. RIP Coach.

 

shawn stegall posted on 1/30/20

I don't know where to begin. But Coach Aftel not only was he a Great Coach but he also was a Great Teacher who cared about his students. I remember when I first went out to run track he looked at me and said son what do you run distance? SO I said no Coach I'm a sprinter so he says ok well get your practice clothing on and lets go. During my years at The Northside running under Coach was fantastic and as the practices went on they became harder and harder but that didn't stop me from doing what I had to do. Coach always had a motivation talk with us and his favorite saying was he wanted to see A-- & elbows which meant he didnt' want us just standing around he wanted to see us moving fast. I talked to him yeas after I graduated and the last time we talked it was for hours and I thank him for being a good Teacher and Track Coach and how he pushed us to be great runner's and students. But the conversation we had he expressed to me that he was very proud of my brother who also ran track and myself for and how our late Mother raised us to be. So Coach I want to say Thank you and you're going to be missed Love you. C/O 91 The Northside High

 

Derrick Mosley posted on 1/30/20

If you’re blessed enough to say that Coach Aftel was a part of your turbulent teenage years......you’re blessed enough. As crazy as it sounds, he was often the voice of reason.

 

Terry Salzman posted on 1/30/20

So sorry to hear of your loss. Prayers for you and your family. Miss your smiling face.

 

Heather King posted on 1/30/20

Thanks for dedicating your life to your students Coach. You touched and influenced so many lives, your legacy will live on forever.

 

 

Dolly A Johnson posted on 1/30/20

Rest in Peace Coach. Coach Aftel was a good always for the kids and keeping us in line. His encouragement was the always for the best to always say you and do this. I played basketball, ran track and played softball at Northside High School in Atlanta and he was always their to stick his head in especially when we were in the weight room. Rest easy COACH

 

Marian King posted on 1/30/20

To say Darryl Aftel was a character is an understatement, but what a big heart! Especially where his students and athletes were concerned. I had the pleasure of working with him for many years as the girls track coach at Northside High School in Atlanta. He supported and encouraged them as much as he did his boys and would freely offer his encouragement and knowledge to me as a fellow coach. He will be missed by many whose lives he touched over the years. Rest in peace.

 

Yolanda Macon-Owens posted on 1/30/20

Rest in Heaven Coach! Thanks for your random text messages to check on me and to request me to pray for you! I am honored you reached out me for prayer! You will be very missed! NHS C/O 87

 

Keisha Mariner posted on 1/30/20

Gloria, I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

GERI WOOD posted on 1/30/20

GLORIA I AM SO SORRY FOR YOU LOSE. MY PRAYERS AND THOUGHTS ARE WITH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.

 

Lt Col Richard G Vaught, USAF, Ret posted on 1/30/20

Mike was the epitome of a gentleman who would help everyone. We worked on many issues at the Airfield Shooting Club and his expertise will be sorely missed. He is now in God's hands; farewell old friend and thank you for all you did. I will miss you.

 

Kenton M Amick posted on 1/30/20

Brett, Leesa and I really miss Melissa. We have ordered her novel “Indiscretions Along Virtue Avenue” and we will remember her as the great writer she was. God's blessings on you.

 

Jeanne Shepard posted on 1/30/20

I am so sorry for your loss. You and your boys are in my prayers.

 

Marsha L Puckett posted on 1/30/20

He was a regular customer of ours at Auto Zone Haygood Rd. We loved talking to him and enjoyed conversations about his mustang! I always went outside when I saw his pup Norma Jean was with him! Our prayers go out to the family from my husband and I.

 

 

Susan Moore posted on 1/30/20

You'll always have a place in my heart! I hate that you're no longer here but thankful you're no longer suffering. I'll love you ALWAYS ❤

 

Yevonne posted on 1/30/20

God Bless the family as they grieve the passing of both Mother & Father, and sister. Brenda was a good & kind friend to me.

 

Lori & Bruce Wiseman posted on 1/30/20

Little brother Larry one of my best memories was you kicking your loafer over the shoe racks at Shoe Department while Megan is working and made a perfect field goal for the NFL across the store. He even done the referee goal sign!!

 

Frances Bolch posted on 1/29/20

So sorry for your loss, I worked with Bruce at Syscon before he went Government. Bruce was such a nice guy and so great with his sons. May the Lord help all him family through this sad time.

 

Brittany williams posted on 1/29/20

I am sorry for your loss you are in my prayers and thoughts.love you.

 

Christine Maculley posted on 1/29/20

We were so sorry to hear of Roses's passing. My last visit with her I could tell she was not feeling well. Our thoughts are with you even though we never met you. She will be missed in the neighborhood.

 

Emma Bertok posted on 1/29/20

My prayers are with you and your sons. Hold his memory in your hearts, and he will on through you.

 

Debbie Gearhart posted on 1/29/20

So sorry for your loss. Your family is in our prayers.

 

 

Katherine Mack posted on 1/29/20

RIP

 

 

Ricky church posted on 1/29/20

I love ❤️you sis.

 

 

Ricky church posted on 1/29/20

Ricky Allen church

 

Jim and Angela Wilson posted on 1/29/20

Larry and Maxine, Sorry to hear of your loss our prayers are with you and your family.

 

Sharon Royal posted on 1/29/20

So very sorry to hear of Bruce ...love you all very much. Prayers of comfort and healing to you .

 

cheryl silfies posted on 1/29/20

my prayers are with you and your family

 

Deborah Berg posted on 1/29/20

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

 

Jo Anne Scott posted on 1/29/20

So sorry to hear of the loss of Bruce. He was one of a kind and one of my dearest and oldest friends along with Jeanne. Prayers to you and the family..

 

Gail Long posted on 1/29/20

Sorry to hear the loss of Bruce...I'm glad that I got to know him in the old Bayside Ward family. He was a humble man. Peace be unto you.....

 

 

Peggy Sykes posted on 1/29/20

My prayer are with you and your family at this time.May god strength you as you go though the loss of your love one.

 

George & Lois posted on 1/29/20

Our love and prayers are with all of you. May you find peace and comfort knowing that so many of us love and care about you! Always cherish your memories for they will last a lifetime! Debbie and Tammy your mother was truly blessed to have both of you by her side when she needed you most! May you feel God's love and presence in the days ahead! We are ALWAYS here for you! We love you all, George & Lois

 

Cecile Saunders posted on 1/29/20

So sorry to hear of the loss of your husband. Please know that others feel your pain and pray for you. Love to you and your family.

 

>Jack Buckingham posted on 1/29/20

Devoted and loyal, an amazingly talented man. He loved his gadgets. I will always remember him as the electronic gadget "Go To" man to see the latest in electronics, pens and day timers.. You worked hard Bruce thank you for all you did for FSSC and me.

 

Nathan and Alice Scott posted on 1/29/20

So sorry for your loss of Bruce

 

 

Eddie soles posted on 1/29/20

This is my mother's brother, we lived several hours away and didn't get to visit as much as i wanted to. Rip unkie W M

 

Glenn Soles posted on 1/29/20

This was my Mother’s only Brother. We never got to spend a lot of time together because we lived states apart so my prayers are with the family

 

 

Taylor Martin posted on 1/29/20

RIH big guy! We will miss you dearly down here. It’s very rare that you meet a man so kind, so knowledgeable, and so spunky. If anyone has details on his arrangements please please please reach out to me. 757-577-2942 Taylor Martin

 

Kendall Kimball posted on 1/29/20

I enjoyed talking to larry. He was always so sweet and funny. He was the best cashier ever. Always had a good conversation with you waiting on your car. He will truly be missed.

 

Ken Warner posted on 1/29/20

Rest easy coach. Love you always

 

Chris Johnson posted on 1/29/20

Aftel, you were always like a second father to me, a great coach and a great friend. Memories of you date back to the first day of high school and when you gave me the nickname sweetpea on the track team. You are one the reason why I still love running 30 years later. This is such sad news that weighing on my heart. You will definitely be missed and never forgotten, but I know now you are in a better place. Love, your friend Chris.

 

Vic Terry Williams and Boys posted on 1/29/20

28 Jan 2020 The Harp Family: Words are inadequate to express our profound sadness in the illness and passing of your beloved husband, grandfather, brother, uncle and family patriarch, Moody Allen Harp, Jr. We pray that God shall continue to give you the strength, courage and peace during the difficult days ahead. May you continue to hold fast to his precious memories and his gentle spirit that richly embraced and touched the lives of so many people...for he will always be in your heart. Continue to hold fast to God's unchanging hands; the indelible mark and his life legacy he left for others to follow that shall forever be etched in the footprints of time. I have fond memories of Moody while at Richmond Raceway with my boys, meeting Richard Petty and Mark Martin in the garage and getting their autograph. Remembered the drivers called him The Clock Man, cause he made clocks in the shape and color scheme of their cars and gave the clock to them. He introduced me to owner of RIR, he knew everyone. Love and continuous blessings always, Terry, Vic Williams and boys

 

 

Dr. Leah Brock-White posted on 1/28/20

Coach was always supportive of my desire to persue a career in medicine. He always checked in on me during my journey, took time to ease fears and gave sound, stern advice when necessary. He will truly be missed.

 

 

Jalia Armstrong posted on 1/28/20

Thank you for all the laughs, support, and good times. You will always be remembered for the fun and tough love you gave. Words cannot efficiently express my gratitude for those moments. May your family be comforted during this time. With gratitude and love, Jalia

 

Michael Smith posted on 1/28/20

I am a regular customer of Cofer Auto. This is the only ties I have to Larry, but they are all pleasant. I always enjoyed talking to Larry while waiting on my vehicle. I sure am going to miss that laugh he had. RIP my friend. It was a privilege to know you and be in your company. God bless this family.

 

Sherry Rife posted on 1/28/20

Rest in pease my dear friend.

 

Ann michaelis posted on 1/28/20

Thank you Katie for your service to the country and Newport News!!! Reseat knowing you made a difference

 

Richie Kincaid posted on 1/28/20

Many great memories with Larry. Gonna miss you buddy until we meet again. Love you brother.

 

Carla Castor posted on 1/28/20

My sympathies to all the family, on the loss of your mother, sister, grandmother, great-grandmother, and dear friend. She was, indeed, a beloved Child of God and had a big heart. She will be missed.

 

Mark Wertz posted on 1/28/20

I’ll never forget Larry putting oil in the radiator of the red Camero we rode to school in together , he sure kept Pat busy fixing that car . Larry was one of a kind and we were great friends growing up . Sorry you had to leave us so early .

 

William and Nadine Frey posted on 1/28/20

Jeanne and Family, So So sorry to her about Bruce. Our thought and Prayers are with you.

 

Sheila posted on 1/28/20

To the Zimmerman Family, We ( the Smithfield O’Reilly team) we’re so shocked and saddened to learn of Larry’s sudden passing . I usually saw him at least 2 or more times a day, 5 days a week . What a character he was , always joking, and his laugh, that will never be forgotten. I will surely miss our kidding around at Cofers Auto, he always had something funny to say . I will never forget him . My thoughts and prayers to the Family . May he rest in eternal peace .

 

jane fink posted on 1/28/20

I am so sorry for your loss my prayers are with you and your family I loved your mom and dad i promise it gets better in time if you need me just call

 

Jim moore posted on 1/28/20

Sorry for the loss of Larry. Was with him at cofers the week before he died. I will miss him.

 

Al Yount posted on 1/28/20

Thought & prayers to the Harp family. Moody & I worked together on several services. I remember the time in Chesapeake when he drove a limo & we went to Burger King to eat & he jumped over the chain to order food & he fell face first. He was bloody but he insisted on continuing driving his limo & went to the hospital after he got off work. He went the extra mile for families he drove for.

 

Brian Spikes posted on 1/28/20

As I leave this post I can hear him saying, "gay, yer dumb..that's dumb"..haha..one of a kind! Sorry for your loss.

 

Kirby Maitland posted on 1/28/20

Very sorry for your loss

 

 

Victor Kinzie posted on 1/27/20

To my loving uncle. In which we remember.

 

Beth Brooks posted on 1/27/20

My heart breaks for the loss of your mother. I hope the loving memories and comfort of family will help you see this through.

 

Toni Washington posted on 1/26/20

So Sorry That You Had To Leave Us! I will always remember You and that beautiful Smile! You accomplished more that most people could dream up, there is a lot to be said in that alone! May Heaven's Absolute Best Be Yours! Rest in Paradise My Friend!

 

Toni Washington posted on 1/26/20

Chris Whitehead, My Very First Crush!!!!

 

 

Norma Jackson posted on 1/26/20

I love you Chris and may you rest in peace sweet ANGLE untill we meet again love Norni ❤

 

Judy Cole posted on 1/26/20

I enjoyed James' smile and appreciated his intense work ethic. One of my first encounters with him was him nodding at my UVA diploma and saying..."Well, I guess you will do - what is a Wahoo anyway?" He would always talk basketball with me in the kitchen - it impressed him that I played (being somewhat vertically challenged). Every year I made fudge for the holidays, he always raved about it and I made sure a little extra was put aside on his desk. My heart breaks for his loss and the sadness in Lyn. He was far too young. Praying for you all.

 

Karen Endres posted on 1/26/20

Jessie you will always be with us in our hearts and memories. Rest In Peace.

 

 

Faith Louis posted on 1/26/20

Jessie you were always there to help anyone that needed help. Always had stories to tell and make you laugh. Rest in peace my friend.

 

Catherine Jones posted on 1/25/20

May she rest in peace...

 

William & Miriam Sussman posted on 1/25/20

We are saddened by the news of Teresa's illness and passing. We had lost touch since she left the Rose Hall dental lab in the mid 90's. We were so grateful when she stepped in to do our lab work during an unexpected time of illness and surgery for me in the mid 1990's. She was an excellent and talented Dental Technician. A great sweet friend and colleague. By the pictures we have seen in the tribute video we can see that she lived a happy and fulfilled life. She deserved it. So sad that it was so shortened. To her loving family, receive our condolences on your great loss. With love, William & Miriam Sussman

 

Clarissa Canning posted on 1/25/20

I came to Virginia beach in 2012 to be with my sons, He used to go Keagans Pub and I met him there , My Josh a young vet. He helped him get his house and is in same neighbor hood . I enjoyed the conversations with him so much . His kindness to others was so appreciated sorry to loose touch with him . May Ernie rest in Eternal Peace.Amen

 

Cindy Weddle posted on 1/25/20

I will miss my "pekeno" friend. May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Gail Wainright Gaskins posted on 1/25/20

I was not as close to Teresa as most But I did experience her kind and loving soul, I got to know her as a friend of my sister Rachel which led to our mom (Grandma A} watching Emma at their home.when she as very young. I spent many days there helping & doing baking projects with my mom, playing with Emma, and getting to know Teresa. My Mom held Teresa in the highest regard and loved her and Emma. It was during those days so long ago that I came to know the kind and loving soul that was Teresa. I'm know she will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with her family Danny, Michelle,Myra, Emma, and all of the people who loved her.

 

 

Maggie Cole Phillips posted on 1/25/20

Margaret, I am really going to miss our late night conversations! You always knew the right things to say to me to bring me back to my "happy place"! I take comfort knowing that I will see you again. Miss and love you dearly. Maggie

 

Jane Cole posted on 1/25/20

Margaret, my dear and treasured friend. I miss our times together already, but our AWESOME, all-loving God has plans for us to spend eternity with Him in the presence of Jesus. Until then, thank you for the memories, dear Buddy of mine. Jane Cole

 

Barbara &Curtis Cobb posted on 1/25/20

Although our friendship was not as lengthy as many, it was just as meaningful. We experienced so many wonderful events. Always loving, caring and generous. You had a beautiful talent that few possess. You will be truly missed.

 

Angela Corbett posted on 1/25/20

James, you knew exactly how I felt and how much I wanted you to be happy and healthy. Well our prayers were answered. You’re completely healed and better off than us all! I love love you so much! I will always remember the last hug you gave me before you left for your new journey. Even though the journey wasn’t what I believed it would be, it is exactly God’s will. I know you know how much I loved you so there’s nothing else left to be said.

 

Currituck County High School posted on 1/24/20

Please know we are keeping you in all our thoughts and prayers.

 

Erica W. posted on 1/24/20

My sincere condolences to Lyn and family. James will be missed from our “Marvelous Mondays” to our “Fantastic Fridays”....I will be sure to keep the positivity going in remembrance of the light you were to us all. Rest well my friend.....

 

lisa martin posted on 1/24/20

Everyone that knows and loves you knows, Heaven just received a beautiful and stylish angel carrying a Louie Vuitton on her wing.

 

Pat and Chris McMahon posted on 1/24/20

So many good memories from the years we served together in Troop 57. He was always there for the boys and other leaders, and made our trips a lot of fun. Such an all around nice person! Our condolences to his family and friends.

 

Camellia "Mona" Palinkas posted on 1/24/20

Karl, John, Jen and Bob, So sorry to hear about your Mom and Dad. They were both always so kind, loving and welcoming. I have many great memories of time spent at your home and conversations with both of them. Sending prayers and love to you all. XO- Mona

 

 

MaryAnn Shewbridge posted on 1/24/20

I am so saddened to hear this. My heart & prayers are with you and the family Jo Anne loved so dearly. She was such a warm and wonderful person. God be with all of you.

 

Anita Gray-Vaughan posted on 1/24/20

James I am going to miss the best hugs that you give. Thank you for being a friend, co-worker and neighbor. You will be greatly missed. You may feel like you loss the fight but you have won the battle. Alfred and I heart goes out to you Lyn and to everyone who loved him. We will continue to pray for strength and comfort

 

Becky Reich posted on 1/24/20

So sorry to hear of Joanne's untimely passing. I remember her laugh and sharing many times at gatherings

 

Becky Reich posted on 1/24/20

I will remember the great times we had together at gatherings. She was always a good person to share with. Usually laughing.

 

Susan Boomer West posted on 1/24/20

My Gina Barina. The world is a lesser place without you! Oh, the memories I have of us from back in the day! Gina was one funny gal! I hope you're dancing among the stars, free of pain. My condolences to the Family.

 

Rhonda Kundrat posted on 1/24/20

I miss you so very much James. When I would tease you and call you grumpy, you would always look up and give me that crazy crooked smile. I miss that smile. :( I'm missing you more than words can express. RIP my dear friend.

 

Maria Flengas posted on 1/24/20

Danny, we’re so sorry for your loss. She was so giving. I’m glad I got the chance to know her. She will be missed.

 

Sandy and Bill Larsen posted on 1/24/20

We are so sorry to hear of Eugenia’s passing. We were blessed to be fellow charter members of LSLC along with the Brooks family. We have fond memories of those many years with them. We offer our love, hugs, and prayers to the family.

 

 

Trina Jones posted on 1/23/20

In loving memory of my second mom! I send my deepest and sincerest condolences to the family! I love you all so much and I pray that through this tough time GOD sends you all some sort of peace and comfort knowing that she is no longer in pain. Rest easy our new angel " Mama Gina"

 

 

Dia Lockr posted on 1/23/20

Our deepest condolences to the Dodson family. Gina will be truly missed. Love the Cowan family

 

Bryan Lotuaco posted on 1/23/20

You will be greatly missed by everyone Auntie Teresa. You had the biggest heart, and we’re so loving to everyone you came across. Every time we saw you, you always made our day so much better in many ways. I wish we had more time. Rest In Peace, we love and miss you so very much.

 

Hugh Cobb posted on 1/23/20

Danny please accept my condolences. I met Teresa and Danny through my brother Curtis Cobb. Teresa and Danny were their neighbors across the hall. One of my best memories is of drinking wine with Teresa Danny my brother and his wife Barbara behind the condos on a little terrace. Theresa kept pouring the wine. We all got hungry and raided Theresa and Danny’s refrigerator. Theresa was pulling out ham, biscuits and all kinds of snacks. Thanks for the wonderful memories Theresa and kiss my Mom for me. ❤️

 

Angelle N. posted on 1/23/20

Myra, you were my childhood best friend. We transitioned from Landstown to Great Neck. Boy what a shell shock. We were best friends then, and you remain dear to me always even now. I ll be there Saturday. Prayers and Light to your family as you need so much of it at this time. Losing my mother was like no other feeling in the world. I know how close you two were. Thank you for the wonderful, most amazing memories and zany crazy antics we would compose and get into. Xoxoxo Angelle

 

Shauna & Tony Martinez posted on 1/23/20

Dear Hope, I am so very sorry to hear of your brother-in-law’s passing! May you all be surrounded by Gods Holy Comforter during this difficult time!❤️

 

Sheri Pynn posted on 1/23/20

You made the world a brighter place. I am so grateful to have known you!

 

Myra M. Turner. St. Louis, Mo posted on 1/23/20

May God grant your family peace and Love

 

 

Pat McGill posted on 1/23/20

Peace be with you and your loving family

 

STEPHANIE P HIGHSMITH posted on 1/23/20

Jennifer, Marcus and Family, It is with a sad heart that I send my condolences over the death of your mother. We worked together in the 70's and early 80's at GFP and she was indeed a kind and gentle person who loved her family dearly. There is no doubt you all will miss her very much. May happy memories help to comfort you during these difficult days. Stephanie Highsmith

 

Oscar and Malou Garcia posted on 1/23/20

We are truly blessed knowing you for over 15 years. Thank you our beloved sister-in-law Teresa for all the support, love and understanding. You have a good heart and a true person. Teresa deserve a special crown in heaven. Words are of no help in expressing our sadness at this moment. Our sincere condolences to Danny and three daughters, Michelle, Myra and Emma.

 

Ann P Ashmore posted on 1/23/20

Joann and Bill were special neighbors, kind, sincere and friendship, they will be sorely missed. Joann was the reason I became a Red Hat Lady, and a member of River City UMC. So sorry for hour loss, Ann and Rod Ashmore

 

Kim posted on 1/23/20

Auntie Teresa, Thank you for all the happy memories we had when I was working at the dental lab and visiting you guys at your house. May you rest in peace.

 

Joseph Eure posted on 1/23/20

Keith so sorry to hear about the passing of your Mom. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

LINDA JAMISON posted on 1/22/20

Chris, you accepted your "Crown." now sleep on peacefully with the "KING." Amen.

 

 

Bootsie posted on 1/22/20

A candle in honor.

 

Gloria Blanchard posted on 1/22/20

Prayers for all of you

 

Ralph Connelly posted on 1/22/20

John and I started working at Eagle Systems in Virginia Beach on the same day back in 1990. Over the many years that we worked together there, John became one of my closest friends and associates. We frequently checked each others work products and I always appreciated his professionalism, attention to detail, and his frank and honest commentary. More importantly, however, were the many times we simply sat and talked about our lives, our faith, and our families. He was so proud of his sons, John and David, and absolutely loved to brag about them and their families. He was devoted to his wife, Mary, and was in every sense of the term a true Christian gentleman. He will be missed. My prayers and deepest sympathy go out to the McLain family.

 

 

Rachel Hussey posted on 1/22/20

Teresa, I have so many fond memories of our friendship from you playing Cupid and setting me up with my husband on our first date over 30 years ago to working side by side with you in the dental office. We laughed a lot! I love you and miss you.

 

Felicia Nellum posted on 1/22/20

Thank you James for being a great co-worker. Our very last conversation you told me you hated to loose. Guess what my friend you won the big race at the end of this life’s journey. You now have been prepared meet your maker and see all the wonderful things you have contributed to this awesome life of yours and to see the beautiful marks you have left behind for your family and friends. Peace and love James 

 

Shurice posted on 1/22/20

James your presence will be missed but your memory will live on in the hearts of many. My sincere condolences to Lyn and family and Sentara family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Martha Phelan posted on 1/22/20

So sorry for your loss I didn’t know her but she went to my church and heard a lot of praise about her praying for all of you .

 

Bonnie Harper posted on 1/22/20

Chris was my Friday night buddy when I lived in 200. We used to listen to old school music and jazz. He tailored clothes for me. Once I won free tickets from WBLS and took Chris with me. to the Copocabana. One day I went knocking on Mrs. Whitehead door looking for Chris and Mrs. Whitehead said he moved away. I thank God for putting him in my path.

 

Denita Johnstone posted on 1/22/20

You were always known as our beautiful Aunt . Have fun with Suzie !!!!

 

Linwood and Karyle McMahon posted on 1/22/20

Our deepest sympathies to Jennifer and Marcus and their families. We fondly remember our backyard neighbors.

 

Pat Locke posted on 1/22/20

JoAnn was a special friend but lost without your beloved Bob. You took such good care of him and I know he’s waiting with open arms to usher you into Heavenly bliss.

 

Eddie and Pam Bess posted on 1/22/20

Such a terrible loss here on earth but a great gain for heaven. She will be sadly missed.Jennifer and Marcus my heart just breaks for you and your entire family. We are here for you in anything you need. Good bye my friend.

 

Margaret Norfleet posted on 1/22/20

Very sorry for your loss. Know that you all will miss your mom. She was a very nice lady. God bless you all.

 

Marcy Olander posted on 1/22/20

I am so very saddened to hear this. My heart and prayers are with you Marc, Emili and family. Much Love and healing. Love, Marcy & Gary

 

Tom & Carol Stewart posted on 1/22/20

So sorry to hear of your mom’s Passing. She was such a great lady. We will keep you in our thoughts.

 

Sara Renn posted on 1/22/20

Prayers for you all!! She will be missed so much!!

 

Lisa & Russell Perkins posted on 1/22/20

A great heart has stopped beating, a great soul ascended to heaven to be with her soulmate. We will miss her greatly. Deepest sympathy to Jennifer, Mark and the entire family. Love and prayers to each of you for much needed peace during this sad time.

 

 

Colette Macin posted on 1/21/20

I am so sorry for your loss I was truly a shock I just spoke with her on saturday and we had a nice convsesationn She told me me she was going to ODUbookstore with you on sunday and lookong forward to it. I will always remember her always with a smile and her love for her family

 

Keith & Saundra White posted on 1/21/20

We will miss and Love you always and forever my special friend. I cherished each and every day I had with you

 

John posted on 1/21/20

Prayers to you all, may time heal your hearts with the joy of past memories.

 

 

Kristen Bell posted on 1/21/20

My thoughts and prayers are with the family. She was a wonderful neighbor.

 

Laurie Geltman posted on 1/21/20

Dear Jennifer, Bob and all who loved your Mom and Dad. My brother Steve just told me about both your parents. I'm deeply sorry for your loss, and both so close together. I'm thinking about you both. I have fond memories hanging out at your house-they were both so kind to me. Much love, peace and comfort in your most cherished memories, Love, Laurie G

 

Dan and Gloria Funkhouser posted on 1/21/20

Brett, we are so sorry for your loss. We will be praying for you that God will comfort you and guide you in the difficult days ahead.

 

Uncle Joey and Nan Hartman posted on 1/21/20

We were so glad to have gotten time with Kim last summer at Dixie's house, along with her uncle Mike, to whom she was very close. Bless you, Keith. Love endures.

 

 

Cissy Waterfield posted on 1/21/20

Love always Cissy

 

Jonathan and Shelby Jones posted on 1/21/20

You and your family are in our hearts and minds. Our condolences on the passing of your father.

 

Karen Majewski posted on 1/21/20

Hugs to you my long time friend. Through you, I know that your Mom lived a very happy fulfilled life, mostly due to you and your Dad and how close you all were. I pray that your memories of them and the happiness you brought to them will pull you through this very difficult time. Love and hugs to you.

 

Ann Wilson posted on 1/21/20

Keith, so sorry to hear of Lena's passing. I am sure it has been hard on you, but she like my sister is in a better place. Thinking of you.

 

Natalya Rotz posted on 1/21/20

Brett so sorry to hear of your loss. She was a very special person. Thanks to God you will see her again

 

Scott Hewett posted on 1/21/20

Russell was in the Army and had come back from Viet Nam, and I was an officer at the Navy Dam Neck Missile School. My favorite memory was "smuggling" Russell into the Navy Officer's Club, thinking we really bucked the system. Unfortunately, we lived 2,500 miles apart, so I rarely got to see him in later years. I would especially like to recognize and thank Susan Thompson for taking such good care of Russell, and for keeping Russell and I in contact through the final years. RIP Russ.

 

Captain Norman Scheer posted on 1/21/20

Captain Bill was the founder of the "Captains Club" at University of the Americas in Mexico City, Mexico during the late sixties and he made all his friends Captains. He was a great and colorful guy and will always be remembered and treasured by his Captain Buddies. Living and learning in Mexico at that time was the experience of a life time and he enhanced it all. Peace to Captain Bill!

 

Betty Smith posted on 1/21/20

Our deepest condolences From your co-worker at SAIC London Bridge Road

 

Charlotte Hron posted on 1/21/20

My heartfelt condolences to James' family and friends. I am so blessed to have worked with both James and Lyn. James cared for his Sentara "family", and he always brightened my day with a warm smile, the best hugs ever, and his team player support. I will miss you, my dear friend, but your memory remains in my heart forever.

 

Debbie and Jerry Salmon posted on 1/20/20

So sorry for your lose Nancy and Bob. I am also learning about sister Laura. So sad to have lost a child so young . May they all be together again and spend eternity together.

 

Peggie Malone Jenkins posted on 1/20/20

Most High Heavenly Father, bless the family with grace and peace in the name of Jesus the Christ.Trevor you will always be forever in my heart . Your Great Grandmother

 

Terry and Donna Buzzard posted on 1/20/20

Keith, We are sorry to hear of your Mom. She was a wonderful lady, we were always met with a smile and a kind word. We are sorry she suffered during her final days, but we rejoice knowing she is no longer in pain and Donna and I are sure she has reunited with your Dad and Sisters. Prayers are with you. God Bless You.

 

Keith Howell posted on 1/20/20

Dear Mom, It is with a very heavy heart that I kissed your forehead, told you goodbye, and that I LOVE YOU for the last time today. I take comfort that you are in Gods care now and that you are at peace. I will miss you always and will think of you each day for the rest of my days. ~ Your loving son Keith.

 

Sandy Frank posted on 1/20/20

No words can convey my sorrow in the passing of your mother...I consider her a dear friend and am so sorry of her passing. With deepest sympathy for your loss..... Beverly McCrillis also sends condolences to you and your family...She is very saddened to hear of the loss of her long time friend.... You are in our Thoughts and Prayers..... Love Beverly and Sandy

 

Lee and Jerry Sly posted on 1/20/20

Our condolences to James' family and friends. James was one of a kind. He never had an unkind word about anyone. He was a joyful, loving person who truly cared about other people. We consider ourselves very fortunate to have been his friends and neighbors. He will never be forgotten.

 

Dee Craft posted on 1/20/20

My caring thoughts are with the family of Mary.

 

Bob Holt posted on 1/20/20

My heartfelt condolences go to James families. Young man, gone too soon. I enjoyed working with James for over ten years at Sentara. What a great team player and just an all around wonderful person. Rest in peace James.

 

 

Jenna Beard posted on 1/20/20

My deepest heartfelt condolences to James' family. He truly was/is an amazing friend. It was an honor getting to know him over the past few years. James, your smile and laugh will never be forgotten and you will be missed forever by your friends and family. I truly hope you know how much you are loved.

 

Elizabeth E Bohlander posted on 1/20/20

Kieth, I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and Prayers. May God be with you doing this time of need.

 

Dwayne Page posted on 1/20/20

James, you will be forever missed. You were an awesome co-worker and a good friend. You're personality and dedication will always be remembered.

 

Dixie Johnson posted on 1/20/20

Kim is my beautiful niece! I’ll always remember her gentle & loving spirit. We had so much fun this summer when she came to visit. Every day she was planting or replanting flowers in my back yard. I’ll miss her so much! She will be missed by many who loved her. Thank you Keith for asking such good care of her.

 

Corie Smock posted on 1/20/20

James I miss you so much. You meant so much to me. You knew... I always made sure to make you smile even when you didn’t want to. I am glad you are no longer in pain. Lyn will always have me to lean on.

 

Vivian and JD Evett posted on 1/20/20

We are so sorry for your loss, Keith. I’m sure she was at peace with you beside her. Sorry, we won’t be able to make it to the viewing but wanted to send our condolences. Our hearts are with you.

 

Jessica Miller posted on 1/19/20

Oh grandma, how I miss you so much! I have so many wonderful memories of you. I just grew up 3 doors down from you and so glad for my time with you. As I got older, it was harder for me to come around since the children kept me so busy but I always enjoyed going over to your house. I will remember all the good times we had. From you going to Busch Gardens with us, to the delicious cucumbers you always made for me, well all of us. And, you just always being there for me my whole life. Your passing has taken a toll on me but I know you are in a better place. I miss you and love you so much. And, I will always believe my name is special since you are one that I was named after.

 

Linda Rose posted on 1/19/20

With a 1000+ miles between us our decades long, loving friendship never waivered - during the Army years he was my shoulder and protector while I was expecting a baby and my husband was with the MFO in the Gaza Strip and a middle of the night call that my husband was stuck in Dover and only had 11 days leave and Kevin got up and took me to Dover to get him and even picked up another soldier stranded there too, having to put him in the back in freezing weather in February and delivering him to his home too. I have memories of the every Sunday dinner with our friends;each week taking turns cooking (he was a great cook), watching the game on TV, and he would still get perturbed, but would laugh too when 20+ years later I would laugh at how he got his mustache and one eyebrow singed off while working on my carburetor when my husband was overseas. I could go on and on of what a good friend he was. He was always a phone call away and now I feel a deep loss. I send my condolences to Donna (who was always gracious), Kaila and Taylor (who drew me pictures when I went to visit in VA that are now packed away) and to Christopher (his Dad talked about him often). RIP Kevin, you will never be forgotten.

 

Judy&Manny Perry posted on 1/19/20

Kay, you were a Navy wife - raising three boys, alone during deployments. You did a great job! We claim Brant (best ever son-in-law) as our own. We share two wonderful grandsons and three great grand kids. We will always remember your bright smile, now gracing Heaven. Enjoy your reward - you will be missed!

 

Margaret E Smith posted on 1/19/20

Keith so sorry to hear of your Mom passing. Our prayers are with you.

 

 

Debbie Jefferson posted on 1/19/20

God Bless .She was a special sweet woman. Always had a smile and a kind word

 

 

Janeen Kass posted on 1/19/20

James was a dear friend and coworker for twenty five years. He was so thoughtful and kind. He will be missed.

 

Jo posted on 1/19/20

My sincerest and deepest condolences to James family. He was a true friend and person whom I admired dearly. I was truly saddened when I received the news of his passing. May you rest in peace James :)

 

Sharon Lovenstein Mike posted on 1/19/20

So very sorry for your loss. Have many fond memories of the friendship of your parents and mine in Cumberland. Remembering you in thoughts and prayers. May Weezie rest in peace.

 

Renee Hein posted on 1/19/20

Keith, I am so sorry for your loss and am thinking about you at this difficult time. I love your Moms picture, absolutely beautiful. You have been a wonderful and loving son. Thinking of you, your friend.

 

Sherri Ruhlin posted on 1/19/20

You will be sorely missed. May you rest in peace and comfort.

 

 

Jennifer Bocanegra posted on 1/19/20

Aunt Lena always remembered our birthdays and regularly sent letters and gifts to stay connected to us. She was also a good source of stories about our mother and their childhood.

 

 

Jennifer Bocanegra posted on 1/19/20

I will always remember Aunt Lena sharing stories about my mother and their childhood. She regularly wrote letters and sent birthday cards for our birthdays.

 

Jackie (Shaffer)Yockus posted on 1/19/20

My deepest sympathy to all of you.

 

Teresa Gray posted on 1/18/20

Rest easy Capt Bill.

 

Deb Figueroa posted on 1/18/20

I’m so sorry! We will miss Kim. She had a great smile and was lots of fun! We enjoyed her coming to Illinois to visit us all these past two summers. Live in peace now sweet cousin!

 

Madalan Schupner posted on 1/18/20

Miss you my friend. I know now you have no pain. You are in the presence of our Lord Jesus. See you on the other side my friend

 

Madalan Schupner posted on 1/18/20

You will be missed my friend. Now there is no pain just laughter in the presence of our savior,Jesus Christ. See you again on the other side

 

Madalan Schupner posted on 1/18/20

I will miss you my friend.,but I do know now have no pain and are with our savior Jesus. will see you again on the other side.

 

Cindy moore posted on 1/18/20

R.I.P. my sweet,beautiful friend/sister.You may be gone from this earth, but you will always be in my heart. I'm so grateful for the time,God gave us,I know you are watching over all of us, so until we meet again my bestfriend,I will truly miss you

 

 

Kay Lannon & families posted on 1/18/20

With Deepest Sympathy..in our thoughts and prayers❤️

 

Jack D White Jr and Family posted on 1/18/20

Although we are unable to attend the services due to illness we will truly miss Mary. She will be forever in our hearts. Our deepest sympathies to the family.

 

Hope Perdue posted on 1/18/20

My deepest sympathy to the McLean family. I only met her once but could tell she was a wonderful lady. May she Rest In Peace.

 

Frank and Pam Katz posted on 1/18/20

Our deepest sympathies for James' family. James was a terrific man who will be missed by all who had the pleasure of calling him family or friend.

 

 

Tracy White posted on 1/18/20

To my niece Tia and family, you have my sincere condolences for the loss of your precious love one. May God give you peace and comfort during this difficult time. Love you

 

 

Eric fossum posted on 1/18/20

You will will be missed deeply mom I love you so much and thank you kieth for always being by her side and taking care of her with unconditional love

 

Regina Askew posted on 1/18/20

Lord comfort my brother and the family of Trevor be with us Jesus,love sorrow Regina Askew

 

Jayson posted on 1/18/20

Rest In Peace Mona I will miss you and love you. I know you and Damien are together once again

 

Tracie posted on 1/18/20

Sending our love and condolences to you all from the Winters family

 

John Vinett posted on 1/18/20

Our deepest sympathy at this most difficult time. Gone too soon, but never forgotten. Eternal rest grant unto James, O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon him. May the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, test in peace. John & Sharon Vinett

 

john scahill jr posted on 1/18/20

James you are a very dear good friend. You taught me so much while I was a sentara employee. You are a dear friend. You are in a safe place . It is as beautiful as you are. You will be missed. Thank you so much and may God be with you my friend

 

Sharon Summers posted on 1/18/20

Rest in Peace Craig you were a one man comedy act who will be greatly missed by all who knew you. I know you are in heaven making the angels laugh Rest on friend

 

Jack Williams posted on 1/18/20

Alice - You always brought light and joy. You are one of Gods Special Angels and you will always be in our heart.

 

Tessa, Hollee, & Diego posted on 1/18/20

We love you so much our precious little Aunt Alice! You will always be in our hearts forever and you are so special to us. We have so many loving memories and gifts that you gave us that we will cherish forever. We will always love you forever and ever!!! xoxoxoxoxo

 

Jan Williams posted on 1/18/20

My precious sister, Alp, our joy together was always filled with endless laughter. The Lord gave me you to always share love, joy, the love of Jesus, & the closest bond of a sister's unconditional love. Thank you Jesus for my precious Alp.

 

Fred Cefalo posted on 1/18/20

Captain Bill, he was the best! Unique and one of a kind just doesn't describe him. Saw him in his full glory in Mexico City in the late 60's. There is a sadness in my soul and all who were with him during that time. He set the pace and tempo, Adios me amigo.

 

Cheryl Nevill posted on 1/18/20

Slncere Condolences for all of James family. I am his cousin Cheryl that lives in Canada. My mom (Virginia) was Inez's sister. I haven't seen James in many years but remember him as a sweet and gentle person. May James rest in peace.

 

 

Lisa G Reed posted on 1/18/20

I will cherish her kind words to me and the kitchen towel she made and gave to me. I enjoyed several special gatherings at her and Johns home. You both raised a beautiful family. You will be missed and your memory will be cherished

 

McMorris Family posted on 1/18/20

The McMorris family is so sorry for the loss of your mom. Keeping you in prayer.

 

Lilly Loher posted on 1/18/20

You were the best co-worker ever ad your hugs were the best. I will see you again

 

Chris Mulholland posted on 1/18/20

All of us are grieving for James and the whole family. He was a wonderful guy and was one of the "good ones". We will miss him terribly. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire Kirks clan right now.

 

Pastor David and Kay Gibson posted on 1/18/20

In the eight months that she was bedridden, we had the priviliedged of visiting with Sister Alice and Brother Everett on a weekly basis, we would go there to encourage her and Everett, but we would be visiting for hours and we would be the ones who wallked away being encouraged and blessed to have been in there fellowship. They would share memories of their life together, their children, grandchildren and great children, she would talk of the things she would like to be done and said at her funeral, she thought of others, and wanted them to know how blessed she was and how her Saviour was getting her through her last days. She never complained or felt sorry for herself she accepted the fact that her days was numbered, she would spend her days writing and sending cards and notes to the ones the LORD laid on her heart to encourage. What a legacy to leave behind, Rest in peace my sweet sister in the Lord

 

Maggie posted on 1/17/20

I'm so blessed that I spent 2 weeks with her during Thanksgiving. We reminisced about good times and sad. We laughed alot and shared our love for each other in many ways. She was a wonderful sister and friend. She always looked out for me. I will miss her!

 

Ma%ie posted on 1/17/20

Margaret Mary (Maggie) Hizon

 

Cecile (Flora) Saunders posted on 1/17/20

Terry and family, I was sorry to hear about your mom. Just know that other are thinking of you and feeling your pain. Love to all of you.

 

Eileen Cooney posted on 1/17/20

Lyn and family. Words cannot describe my love for James. He knew. My heart goes out to you. Love, Eileen (Mama). ❣️

 

Barbara posted on 1/17/20

I have that moment with you at the cemetery I'll Always Love You rest in peace Tim

 

Barbara posted on 1/17/20

I went to the cemetery and I paid my respect it took a while. I had my private moment with you

 

Amanda Rainwater posted on 1/17/20

I always grew up calling her uncle kay Sending love and prayers and deepest sympathies

 

Pastor GEORGE RAMIREZ posted on 1/17/20

Alice cared for the poor and needy. This I believe is her legacy.Matt.25: 40 “The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’

 

Nancy (Witherspoon) Battige posted on 1/17/20

Lisa, Sorry to hear about your mom. Didn’t find out soon enough to get there. Can you please call me when you get a chance? 904-524-6453. Love, Nancy (Witherspoon) Battige

 

Tammy aka Tamitha posted on 1/17/20

Craig will be missed at 7-11 and I am sorry for your loss. I loved you.

 

 

Melissa millwood posted on 1/17/20

I will forever treasure our friendship. I love you always my sweet angel

 

Skippy Waterfield posted on 1/17/20

Sure did love both of them my prayers is there with yall

 

Bill Neely posted on 1/17/20

RIP Kay. May God rest your soul in peace and the angels always be there with you. Bill & Trish Neely

 

Ken denardo posted on 1/17/20

You will be missed you we’re a special person Love ken and charlene

 

 

Linda Griggs posted on 1/17/20

She will be truly missed.God bless

 

 

Linda Griggs posted on 1/17/20

She was a true good person,and missed.God bless

 

Juliana Schedel posted on 1/17/20

Tom, was a true, genuine Friend and a very passionate Man that thought ahead of its time. He inspired and helped people with his strong and caring personality, and ability to overcome many different challenges in his life. When he was faced with ALS he never gave up and continued his journey with a powerful desire to live and enjoy life. I will miss our late night conversations about life Dear and the sound of your drum beats. Thank you Tom for all you did for us. Juliana Schedel

 

 

Theresa Perez posted on 1/17/20

He will be truly missed.He was always nice no matter who he came in contact with.May he R.I.P

 

 

George & Annette Fields posted on 1/17/20

Many memories of this sweet AUNT. Will miss her.

 

Claude and Kimberly Crane posted on 1/17/20

My family was blessed in knowing such a great man along with his beautiful wife Yvonne. They were like parents to me. UT was full of wisdom and gave the best advice. We were looking to buy an investment property in Sandbridge, VA. UT and Yvonne owned several properties there so I ask for his advice and he was more than happy to help. We finally found one that we bought and he told me if it didn’t work out he would buy it from me. I was really nervous about it being we were raising our children at the time. We had to renovate the property and get it ready for our first rental. My husband was working on cleaning up the yard of all the debris from the renovation and was on a time line with our first rental coming in. Here comes U.T. in his Lincoln Navigator and he got out of his car and started putting debris and big boulder rocks in his car to help Claude. I will never forget his kindness, wit and love for people and animals. He and Yvonne will always have a special place in my heart. He is now with the Lord and the love of his life Yvonne.

 

Cheryl Thomas posted on 1/17/20

I remember her growing up she had a kind heart and loving woman, I am sure she will be missed. Blessings asked for healing hearts and memories remembered. I am truly sad for you and your families loss.

 

Juliana Caesar posted on 1/17/20

Thomas last worlds;Hello everyone, if Juliana is reading this, I am looking down on you. I want to thank all of you that keep in touch with me during the years. I know I have not kept in touch with you toward the end. I hope you all understand it was getting a little hard for me to write and keep up with all the emails I received. I have read all of them. But I try to keep in touch. I had a wonderful six years living with this disease call Lou Gehrig’s Disease (AKA) ALS. My life had change so much one minute I was fine the next I was down. I want to thank Juliana especially for the last six and a half years for making my life great. Juliana has sacrificed so much for me even giving up her life to care for me, she has shown me I can still live life no matter what life brings. Juliana did not treat me like I was disable sometimes I thought she was thinking I was just going to get up and move. Juliana made me laugh and she always had me on the go it was never a dull moment when she was around. I will miss the walk, movies, plays and the concerts we went to every summer. I am going to miss her craziness, but one day I know I will see her again. I will miss my baby boy Bam-Bam he sure made me laugh went we went for walks and just him sitting in my lap brought me joy. I know he will be well taken care off after I am gone. Keith thank for sacrificing Julie to me. Mark thank for visiting and understanding what was going on Tom you will be miss dearly. I will miss all the summer fun that we had together. I will always remember the good times and the bad one that we share together. Know that you are at peace and may God watch over you. Juliana

 

 

Patty Reedy posted on 1/17/20

Keeping you all in our prayers. Dick & Patty Reedy

 

Wendy Doyle posted on 1/16/20

My memory was at Sonny Doyle's "News Centre" on 23rd St. Russell was always helpful to my parents when needed and always telling a story and laughing about something, he was a real "jokester" and always courteous and pleasant.The News Centre was a newstand where mostly men would drop by, stay awhile and tell stories and watch the games on TV. Russell new everyone. RIP Russell......The Sonny Doyles.

 

Ronnie D Puett posted on 1/16/20

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

 

Nancy Corns-Smith posted on 1/16/20

From the moment we met, we were instant buddies. She became my favorite aunt from the moment I came into this family. Her acceptance of me was instant and that meant the world to me! I have many fond memories of times we spent together while she was on this earth. Jesus said "Death shall be the last enemy" . But really death is not death...It is a recycling of energy, a reformulation of our cells according to higher assignments in a soul's progression. The spirit does not die, but rather enters new channels of life. Our relationships are not severed at death, but refocused beyond physical connection. When we lift our eyes above the illusion of death, we will begin to see the eternity of life...and there, we will join Kay again! Until then, please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and my very dear friend a very dear friend. May God's grace and love be with you as you send her home to glory! With love and blessings, Nancy and Bo

 

 

Debra James posted on 1/16/20

My thoughts and prayers for the family during this time. I met Miss Mary a couple of times at the famous family reunions during the time Roy White Sr was still living. She was all smiles and made you feel welcome each time you met her. She'll be truly missed by so many!

 

Bobby Schlegel posted on 1/16/20

Thoughts and Prayers to The Waterfield Family for losing such a fine Matriarch. She will be missed by her family friends and those who knew her .

 

Darlene Fleming posted on 1/16/20

My memory of Russell is from Star of the Sea Social Outreach for the past 15 years and all of the stories and teasing he would do. I think his favorite one and the first one he ever told me was about the time he lived under Father's house which is now the office and borrowed the electricity till he got caught and then he rented it to someone else. He did have a way about him and if you didn't know him one could never tell when he was joking but that was most of the time. To his family and friends, I am so sorry for your loss and my thoughts and prayers do go out to you.

 

Cliff scott posted on 1/16/20

to one of the finest ladies I ever knew she was always gracious to me and my family and to anyone who needed help Mary was there you will be missed very much by all of the island people. Especially those that have enjoyed your cooking and your fig preserves. Love Cliff and Cindy and family

 

Janet Rose posted on 1/16/20

Thinking of you all. Mary was a very special lady. Praying that all your happy memories warm your heart in the days ahead.

 

 

Sibyl White Merkle posted on 1/16/20

So sorry for the loss of this beautiful cousin. Even though we did not keep in touch,I have good memories of her from our long ago family reunions . She always had a beautiful smile.

 

 

Diana Johnson posted on 1/16/20

In Life Mary you shined in light of Love, in death you shine even brighter with the memory of your Love

 

Shante Vinalon posted on 1/16/20

Love you soo much and miss you lots! ♥️ Forever with me.

 

Henry Haire, MD posted on 1/16/20

John was a very bright student at Auburndale High School and I was one of his many friends. John and I wrote a history of Auburndale based upon the memories of “old timers” still alive in 1960. John was a great organizer and a great high school friend. It is sadness that we lost touch with each other as I missed the development and accomplishments of his life with career, family, and friends. All of us in Auburndale realize the great loss of a wonderful human being.

 

The Parker Cross Family posted on 1/16/20

Wonderful memories of the Browns next door at “Checkmate” .

 

Mary Hope posted on 1/15/20

Rest in peace my dear friend. I can't believe you're gone, but I have NO DOUBT Damon was the first to greet you! I believe, with all my heart, sweet Sam Dog was next. Forever in my heart...

 

Angie Mangiaracina posted on 1/15/20

To the family of Mona, as we called her, I am so very sorry for her untimely passing. She was our friend, and we enjoyed her laughter and her LOVE of camels. I painted the MI camel, ya'll know she was very found of her sports team! She had a circle of friends, and in the end, we love her. Angie.

 

Barry and Fran Strutt posted on 1/15/20

We will always remember Jerry for his tremendous musical talent but especially for his warm and loving nature....his laugh and smile will always be carried in our hearts. Missing you Jerry!

 

Donna posted on 1/15/20

Dear Mona is now with her son who she has desperately missed. Fellowship with your heavenly family, dear friend!

 

Donna J. Levidy posted on 1/15/20

My sweet Mark, my memories are many, but the ones that stand out the most is how sweet, loving and kind he has always been. Quiet by nature, because he was a good listener yet, when talking with him we never seemed to run out of things to talk about. The world. Was blessed by his presence while here and continue in our hearts. I love him dearly and look forward to him showing me around heaven when I get there. I miss him, but seeing his sweet smile, always makes me smile.

 

 

Helen Castro posted on 1/15/20

In memory of Jerry. Love Brian Jones

 

Helen Castro posted on 1/15/20

Rest in Peace Jerry. Will always remember you and all the fun we had in our Family gatherings. You will always be in our hearts.

 

Love, Lew and DiAnn Friedrichsen posted on 1/15/20

We are sending our love to your family, friends, colleagues and all who have been lifted up with your kindness. We will miss you and we will smile when we think of you.

 

 

Dan Goodwyn posted on 1/15/20

Souls reunited in love and in spirit. I will miss you both.

 

Errol Conner posted on 1/15/20

I just found out about Bobby's passing. Both shocked and saddened. I had the privilege of sitting next to Bobby from 1972 through 1974, as we played first trombone at Hampton High. We did Jazz Band, Pep Band, marching, and concert band with our trusty " Conn Director " horns. I remember Bobby loved " Chicago ", Blood, Sweat, and Tears, and all the popular " Horn " bands we would listen to on WGH Radio. So many memories of the band trip to " Disney World ", All-City Band, Regional Band, etc. But, my biggest memory of Bobby, was his faith. I know he is with his Lord and savior, where there is no sickness, every question answered, every tear wiped away. I pray Father God's " Peace that passes all understanding " for the Ross family, friends and loved ones. We will see Bobby again.

 

Jo Lynne Nugent posted on 1/15/20

I am so sorry to read if Sue passing away. She was a year ahead of me at Triadelphia High School, but we got to know each other many years later. She was smart and funny and a hard worker. God bless your family as they grieve their loss.

 

Frank Starks posted on 1/15/20

Tom had 3 things on his mind all the time....1) His company; 2) His clothes; and 3) Anything Bose......in fact, most of my family still refer to him as "Bose" and not Tom.. Tom was a very private man; he didn't like a lot of attention to himself. In fact, he wouldn't want us to make a big fuss out of his passing... and it is with this thought in mind, is why I will be short with what I want to say about my friend Tom. We met 40 yrs ago as Navy roommates in Japan and have been close friends ever since. Tom was an unassuming person...meaning he prefer to do things behind the scene. Ever since I met him, he was always talking about starting his own company. He would call me at 3 O'Clock in the mornings just to tell me about an idea he had for starting a company, and let me say, that over the 40 yrs. he has had MANY ideas. I am glad that he was able to see his dream come true. I only wish he had more time to enjoy it. I was asked, what did I want people to know about Tom? I want people to know that for 40 yrs, Tom always talked about leaving an impact on this world. By the creation of his company, I'd say he succeeded. He accomplished this through years of hard work, trial and error, and finally, success. What I want people to know is that Tom literally set out to start his dream 40 yrs ago and he stuck to this dream throughout the many years of ups and downs he had experienced. Through it all, Tom was determined to leave his footprint in this world and he did. I am very glad to see he achieved all that he wanted to do on this earth. Rest your brain now my friend. You have earned your place with the angels. You will always be a part of me. Your friend and brother in this world, Frank

 

Kathy Deminie -Parrish posted on 1/15/20

I will always remember Mona sitting in a booth at Jenros always reading a book until she finally bought her first kindle. She believed in the power of words and how they can transport you to other places, better places. I will miss her dearly.

 

 

Beth A. Shepard Savery posted on 1/15/20

When every we were together we would laugh and sometimes serious talk. She was a good woman. Rest in Peace .

 

 

Elaine Mazyck posted on 1/14/20

In memory of a life so beautifully lived. “Our loved ones, like stars, shine down to let us know they are safe in the hands of the Creator”

 

Linda Davis posted on 1/14/20

Rest In Peace Captain Bill ⚓️⛵️

 

ANGELA V COWELL posted on 1/14/20

My husband and I Were Neighbors of Bill for Well Over 20 years and Enjoyed His Company At Many Functions Within Neighborhood. He Was Always A Joy To Be Around and Will Be Dearly Missed. To Be Absent from the Body Is To Be Present With Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. May His Soul Rest In Eternal Peace.

 

Katie Williams posted on 1/14/20

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Sue. I taught with her at Bridgeport and have fond memories. She always had the best accessories to go with all of her outfits. I would always tease her about her QVC friends. May she rest in peace.

 

Maggie Zontini posted on 1/14/20

Michele and Meredith, I was saddened to read about your Dad's passing. Please know I'm sending you peaceful thoughts and prayers as you travel this new path without his presence in your life. You both are wonderful daughters.

 

Donna Steele Daniel posted on 1/14/20

Tony, Chip and Loretta, My deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. May God give you the peace that you seek.

 

Carrie Taylor posted on 1/13/20

Sue had a heart of gold. She will be missed by many. Condolences to all of her family and friends.

 

Bill and Tammy Petri Turkaly posted on 1/13/20

We are so very sorry for your loss.

 

Charles & Carolyn Videla posted on 1/13/20

To Ivonne: We are so sorry to hear about U.T. Great gentleman, great husband, father, grandfather and former boss at Texaco. We will miss him dearly. Love Carolyn and Charlie

 

Norman Schneider posted on 1/13/20

Tom was a great friend to the end. Even after he had ALS fake his body away from him he helped people through his emails. He gave people with ALS a positive outlook on life. Tom May you Rest in Pease!

 

Norman Schneider posted on 1/13/20

Tom was one of the most curious of people. We had many hours of phone conversations. He was a man that helped others even when the ALS had taken away his body. He will not be forgotten as a friend a great person. May you Rest In Peace Tom.

 

Bruce Murphy posted on 1/13/20

What great memories I have of U.T. from Virginia Beach High School and UVA. U.T. was a man who succeeded at ever endeavor. He was the most successful person at are 10-year high school graduation reunion, arriving in the biggest and fanciest car. Bruce Murphy

 

Ginger Salter Oliveto posted on 1/13/20

I’m so very sorry to hear about Sue!!! My thoughts and prayers are with you all! I have many fond memories of walking to school, riding bikes and hanging out with her for many years.

 

Diane clemens posted on 1/13/20

So so sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers for you and family

 

Kim Smith posted on 1/13/20

I got to know John as we would often pass on the streets of our neighborhood walking our dogs. Through our meetings it was so easy to see that John was a kind soul who dearly loved his wife, his family and his beagle Gus. He will be missed by his neighbors and fellow dog walkers. My wishes for peace and healing to the family.

 

Jennifer Keenan posted on 1/13/20

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kaYlzu1N7Js&feature=youtu.be I am so sad to hear this news!

 

Sharon Ward posted on 1/13/20

I am so sorry to hear about Sue passing away. All of you are in my prayers.

 

Meade Stith posted on 1/12/20

I worked with Roger for a number of years at the Corps of Engineers. He was a good man and I am sorry that he is gone. I wish all the best to his family and friends.

 

Jerry and Salina Moore posted on 1/12/20

Rest In Peace Sue

 

Diane Levendakes posted on 1/12/20

I only knew Shirley for a short time, but I came to see her as a wonderful woman. So sorry to the family for your loss. Shirley is up in heaven watching over all of you.

 

Myron & Carole Boncarosky posted on 1/12/20

My time knowing U.T. goes back to my employment with Texaco Oil Co. in 1967. U.T. was in charge of training which included new sales reps. He later became my immediate supervisor and in time mentor. One of his bits of wisdom was in handling a difficult relationship. He observed and said “Myron you were right in your strong approach; but you will get more with sugar then with bitters”. A true life lesson. UT was a hard worker and extremely competitive but always made it fun with that special twinkle in his eyes. Nothing meant more to him than a good ending and his caring smile. He was kind and considerate of all people and went out of his way to help those in need. Thanks U.T. for all the memories and that special twinkle. A great friend who cared and knew what was really important. Thanks for looking after me. You will always be their in my thoughts.

 

 

Christy Neely posted on 1/12/20

Rest in Peace Susan

 

Barry, Loretta & Gma posted on 1/12/20

I always told you I was glad you were my Mom. We might not have had much you always made the most with what we had. You will be truly missed here on earth but you will always remain in my heart.

 

KMA posted on 1/12/20

Mr. Brown's business is a cornerstone of the Burke/Springfield community. He was clearly a man of high integrity and remarkable generosity. His employees carry on his legacy.

 

 

Regina Robinson posted on 1/12/20

Thomas had the most beautiful eyes and eyelashes. He could say more with his eyes than anyone could with words. In fact, they we're his words towards the end of his life. They told how much he cared and loved all of us who were close to him. I miss you Thomas.

 

Sharon McClard posted on 1/12/20

Spent so much time in the past in home bible studies and church with him and Betty. Jim was a wonderful man i will never forget him. He and Betty prayed very hard for me in my troubled times. I'm very sorry Ididn't find out of his passing until 11:30 pm tonight. I feel so bad for not being there for Betty today for his services. You are gone but never ever forgotten. Thank you Jim for everything.

 

David MacLean posted on 1/11/20

I offer thanks for the life of Ulysses Thomas U.T. Brown. The appearance of of his Shell station was delight as he celebrated holidays and seasons. the courtesy and reliability of his employees and quality of work mad it a pleasure to do business. All this reflected his leadership and concern for the employees and customers.and an example for others. I pray that He will join that "cloud of witnesses" who will inspire us.

 

Genelda Sulouff posted on 1/11/20

Betty you and Jim are very precious to me. You two reached out to me after my Bob went home to glory and we took a trip to Lancaster together. That is a precious memory. I’ll always be grateful for that! Bob and Jim practically built the room where we meet for our Ladies Bible Study each week...another special memory every week. I am praying for you and I know God will take care of you and I will be here for you too. Love you, Genelda

 

Chris Chagnon posted on 1/11/20

I started working at Cardinal Plaza Shell in 1998 when I was 16 years old. I still work there to this day, 21 years later. When I started at CP Shell, UT Brown had taken a step back from the business. UT was more of an ominous figure who would randomly show up. Each and every employee there knew what it meant when "UT was coming to the shop". It meant we had to make sure that the place was in tip top shape, not a shred of garbage to seen, not a smudge on the windows to be had. Simply put, we had to keep the station "standing tall". Over the years, I've only had sparing conversations with UT. Even so, I can say that the man has impacted my life greater than many people who I interact with even on a daily basis. UT built Cardinal Plaza Shell. From a tiny sprawling suburb in Springfield, he built a repair shop and gas station that became engrained in the community. The CP Shell that I chose to work at 21 years ago was the product of UT's hard work, sweat and love. When UT passed, Springfield VA lost a piece of itself. UT's legacy lives on though. As the station that he built, the station that I've had the pleasure of working at over the last 21 years, is ever more the staple of the community. This is a testament to not only UT's vision of a station, but his ability as a father to raise children who share his same unique ability. He has passed down a legacy and Scott and Doug have ensured that his legacy will be sustained in the future. Even though UT has left this earthy plane, he will live on through all that he's touched in his time here. Thank you UT

 

Tim & MaryBen Thomas posted on 1/11/20

John Herman McLain, Cdr USN (Ret.) "Sunward I've Climbed and Joined The Tumbling Mirth" As The Lord has directed throughout John's life!

 

Candis Edwards posted on 1/11/20

My Uncle will be sincerely missed. He was full of love and light and brought joy to everyone that interacted with him. I loved when he worked as a clothes designer because he always gave me samples or made my clothes for me and I was always the best dressed kid. He made my wedding dress and my bridesmaids gowns and hand sewed pearls and flowers on my dress so it was full of his love. I love you and miss you Uncle Chris but I rest assured because I know you have joined your Mom and you Sister Yvonne in Heaven. Enjoy your eternal peace. With Love Your Niece Candis

 

Charles Abell posted on 1/11/20

I am sorry to receive this news, UT was a remarkable man. My sincere condolences to all of the family. Peace.

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 1/11/20

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Ulysses Thomas Brown, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Marine Veteran, Ulysses Thomas Brown, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Courtland P Gray posted on 1/11/20

I was a classmate at USNA. I remember Frank as a smart and great guy. I am sorry for the family's loss.

 

Rick Klimkos posted on 1/11/20

A gentleman who will be greatly missed by all who knew him or just had passing acquaintance with him. My prayers and deepest sympathies to his family.

 

 

Michael Traynor posted on 1/11/20

Requiem aeternam dona ei Domine et Luc perpetua luceat ei Requiescat in pace

 

David Rubino posted on 1/11/20

As a teenager starting his first job I never could imagine the life lessons I learned from U.T. I learned how to treat people right, run a business and develop a work ethic all while working for him. I’ll never forget he would always say “ It builds character Bubba “ when he wanted you to do something you didn’t want to do. You’d walk through fire for the man. Rest In Peace U.T. My condolences to the Browns.

 

 

Richard G.Wallace - Ocean View - Norfolk , Virginia posted on 1/11/20

I'm so very sorry for your loss. Please accept my deepest heartfelt sympathies during this most difficult time and the days ahead. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

 

Alexandra Ramsey posted on 1/11/20

I love you so much Nanny. My Guardian Angel forever

 

Marcus Giavanni posted on 1/11/20

Ronnie, you called me in June 2016, we spoke off and on for a few hours at a time, and you apologized for many things. And you told me how much you loved your family, and your children, and you told me you were tired. I knew, we both knew. I'm sorry, I wasn't there to help you. I will always remember, going to the block, and so, many people knew you, and loved you. And I know you and Eric (KIND) are surfing the big waves in heaven. We shared many good travels, and some bad times together. I could write a book, about our adventures. But somethings are better left as silent memories. There is not a day that goes by that I wonder, if I did helped you. Would still be alive. I love you brother, you had a family that had so much unconditional love,;I had ever seen! Your mom, sister, and your children. with that Of all the people I know. I wish I could have saved you the most. Today, I was in a restaurant, and a Denver fireman came in, and he looked like you. I showed him your pictures and they said he did look like you! I remember when you performned as a fireman. I miss you GQ! G

 

 

Carol Newton posted on 1/11/20

Love to all of you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

 

Carol Newton posted on 1/11/20

So sorry for your loss Our thoughts and prayers with the family.

 

Deborah Winslow posted on 1/10/20

I'm sorry I could not attend in the celebration of Skylars life. But my heart and prayers are with you Anita and your family.Skylar was very much loved. I am so grateful to have met her! And will always have the love of Skylar in my heart. Much Love

 

Mary Turner posted on 1/10/20

I did not know the founder, U.T., but I have been using Cardinal Plaza Shell for years. I have always been impressed with the service and the fantastic personnel who work there. I feel this is a reflection on what a great person he must have been. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family as well as the Cardinal Plaza .Shell employees.

 

Thomas Gibson Sr posted on 1/10/20

UT was one of a kind. So glad I got to work for him. He would do things that would make you laugh so hard. God Speed UT.

 

Karla Addess posted on 1/10/20

I did not know him personally but I love Cardinal Plaza Shell and trust them like no other station. They have been and always be my station. RIP Mr. Brown - you did good!

 

Stephen Coulson posted on 1/10/20

My dear friend. I know you knew Jesus so I am happy you are now with him. I will miss you terribly just the same. Such a good friend and wonderful human being. Everyone has such beautiful thing to say about you. You were truly in the best way...ONE OF A KIND. Dance With The Angel's my dear friend.

 

Mary posted on 1/10/20

To the family, my heartfelt condolences for your loss. Please find comfort in the knowledge that soon God will wipe out 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.”(Rev. 21:3,4) May this promise give you comfort now and a real hope for the future. My deepest sympathies.

 

Jane Enos- Rock Solid Surfaces posted on 1/10/20

Christopher is a gem to us all, Now lost.. Always a smile and kind word. I will miss my visits to his Lowe's store. We often shared stories of New York from the old days where we grew up. Such a huge loss for ALL who knew him. But God gained wonderful angel to Heaven. Oh, Chris, you will be so missed! You retired in the greatest place of all. Rest in Peace friend!

 

Kat Weir posted on 1/10/20

UT came into my life when I was 19. The father of my best friend. He and Yvonne were a second set of parents to me. “Our friends are our chosen family” was painted on a gift Kim and UT made for me which I treasured. He was a great human being. A smart, generous, strong willed, witty man with a love for animals. He created laughter wherever he went, and I do mean wherever LOL. Affectionately called Bubba by many, he was quite the character. A one of a kind that will be sorely missed. Until we meet again. RIP. ❤️

 

Farley & Linda posted on 1/10/20

Anita sending our love to you and your Family! I know Skylar has broken your heart, just keep all of the special memories close to your heart. Hope the pain will subside with time. When you think about her now just remember she is smiling from above wanting to show you how she can talk, walk and run! Wish We could be there for the memorial but we are in Florida. I just wanted you to know we have been thinking about you since we heard about Skylar. Farley & Linda❤️❤️

 

Deborah Stephan Foster, Tim and Jacob Foster posted on 1/10/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time. He was a great man.

 

Mike Lane posted on 1/10/20

John's consistent faith, kindness and heart for the unreached was an inspiration to me. Peace and grace to you Mary as you are missing him especially during these days.

 

CJ Johnson posted on 1/10/20

Kim, it was such an honor to spend time with your father, In in his last hours I knew he was a man of greatness and with honors. The reflection of his life shows in his family with great love. Now his Celebration begins, he is with our Heavenly Father . Hallelujah!

 

 

Jamie & Matt Addington (Maylee, Jordan, Malina) posted on 1/10/20

We love you Nanny, you will forever be with us in our hearts.

 

Ed MatthewsMatthews posted on 1/10/20

My condolences to the Brown family..R.I.P. UT,your wit will never be forgotten..

 

George Murray posted on 1/10/20

Jim was a kind and considerate man who I am grateful to count as my friend. He faithfully served his country and I really enjoyed sharing memories of Holy Loch, Scotland with him.

 

Ann Carney posted on 1/9/20

Cecilia and I were blessed to get to know Mr. Harris at The Ballentine and enjoyed his company. He was such a sweet and pleasant man. All the family is in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Kirby Campbell posted on 1/9/20

Tyrone was one of a kind. All he talked about was his wife and children. He was always so helpful and knowledgeable. I'm surely gonna miss our talks about the VA, football, school and work life. Rest in Gods Love my Friend.

 

Gary Whitehead posted on 1/9/20

Big brother and best friend you have left a big hole that can never be filled. But you have filled my cup to the brim with enough of your spirit to last my lifetime. Love you. Thanks for showing how it's done. Until I see you again.

 

Valerie Stokes posted on 1/9/20

It was indeed a pleasure Mr Chris always the smiling and pleasant neighbor may GOD bless your soul.

 

 

Martha Harper posted on 1/9/20

It was a privilege for the oxygen clinic at the VA Medical Center to serve you.

 

Cindy and Rick Futrell posted on 1/9/20

John and Mary have been special to our family for the past 14 years. They have shared our children's graduations, birthdays, weddings, grandchildren bring born, special family celebrations and holiday dinners. We all are heartbroken, will miss John dearly, the grandchildren across the street are extra sad but know he is in heaven. Derek, Teresa and Jacob along with their families have been checking in from last weekend to this week with stories, thoughts of John and Mary. What a strong loving faithful man he was and our thoughts and prayers are with Mary, her sons, their families and his extended family. Blessing and Love to you all.

 

Jim and Ann Andersen posted on 1/9/20

May God's arms surround you Mary, David, and John. John was a dear a carrying neighbor who always had a smile to offer. We will all see you again on the other side. God bless.

 

Jennifer Hampton posted on 1/9/20

I called on Christopher for a number of years & considered him both a colleague & friend. He was such a kind soul. I will miss his friendly disposition, his smile & the way he always brightened my day in person or over the phone. I have no doubt that he impacted many lives with his joy for life. May his soul find the peace that he brought to those around him.

 

James Freeman posted on 1/9/20

Christopher was one of those rare soul that came into a person life and brought happiness and joy he was truly a one of a kind person that can never be duplicated. He will be dearly missed.

 

 

Kaarin and Darrell Carter posted on 1/9/20

Bruce was a good friend of my husband Darrell and I...he will be terribly missed

 

 

Melisa Lepley posted on 1/9/20

My deepest sympathy. As the days continue to pass, I hope you find comfort and support in the people that surround you and the wonderful memories you carry in your mind and in your heart.

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 1/9/20

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Patrick Thomas Rogers, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Veteran, Thomas Patrick Rogers, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Taylor Jones posted on 1/9/20

Oh Christopher, you were such a kind soul. I loved hiding away front the front line to come talk with you and kaya. You always had a smile and made me laugh. Before I started working with you my father used to talk about you all the time. You have made such a big impact on so many peoples lives. You are truly missed. Fly high, and rest in peace.

 

Lori Pepper posted on 1/9/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Love you cousins!

 

Amy Dillman posted on 1/9/20

Christopher Was an amazing man! He always had an awesome story to tell me about in his younger years. I was one of the lucky ones to get the privilege to hear them. He was full of life and fun to be around. I will miss him dearly!

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 1/9/20

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Roger H. Feltz, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Veteran, Roger H. Feltz, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 1/9/20

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Phillip James Condon, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Veteran, Phillip James Condon, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 1/9/20

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of John Herman McLain, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Veteran, John Herman McLain, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Wayne T johnson posted on 1/9/20

My Friend, in every sense of the word that is what you are. The world has become smaller but Heaven has become bigger. The amazing life you lived, the stories you told me it left me with more knowledge of life than I thought possible. Our conversations, they are memories I will cherish for eternity. Thank you Christopher for being there when words of wisdom were needed. You helped me personaly but more importanly professionally, you will always be the teacher and I the student. Till we meet again My Friend.

 

Robin posted on 1/9/20

I lived 2 homes over from Linda’s parents, Jesse & Lillian Jones. Linda was very much a dear & kind person. She was very loving and kind. She was a steadfast and devoted mother and dedicated to family. She is greatly missed!

 

Mary Ford posted on 1/9/20

I had the absolute joy of working with Christopher for two years doing kitchen design. He had the amazing ability to light up a room and always made me smile with his genuine and loving personality. I am truly grateful that I was able to be a small part of his incredible life.

 

Brandon posted on 1/9/20

I had the honor of working with Christopher pulling cabinet orders for him an I would joke that he needed to get up here an pull some cabinets get ya exercise old man damn man you will truly be missed you truly had a happy soul love to joke around a great kitchen designer an a great person you will truly be missed RIP

 

James Freeman posted on 1/9/20

Christopher was truly a one of a kind soul that rare soul that brought happiness and joy to every life he touched you couldn't help but to love him. He will truly be missed

 

 

Robbie Dicks posted on 1/9/20

A Wonderful person that I had pleasure of knowing and working with at Lowes 1546 from day. I will miss the chats and advance you gave and us cutting up just to get me to laugh on tough days. RIP Christopher til we see your smiling face again.

 

 

Robbie Dicks posted on 1/9/20

A wonderful person that I will dearly miss seeing and talking to.

 

Nicole Jones posted on 1/9/20

Christopher you are such a beautiful soul. I will never forget our conversations and all the guidance you gave me in the times I needed it. Rest easy darling.

 

Mr.& Mrs. Joselito Vasquez posted on 1/9/20

May the soul of Johnny B.Lucero rest in Peace with our Lord...He will surely be missed by many as he was a helpful , friendly and compassionate individual who always got out of his way to help a shipmate during his Navy days and beyond...Our pray ers for him and his wonderful family...

 

 

Stephen Coulson posted on 1/9/20

My Dear friend. You held a special place in our hearts. Dance with the angels.......

 

 

Cassy Abbruzzi posted on 1/9/20

Rest In Peace

 

Joseph Barboza posted on 1/9/20

Christopher was truly one of a kind. Always a gentleman. Always kind. Always with time to help no matter how busy himself. He had a sharp wit, a sense of humor so dry you didn't know if he was joking until he offered you that sly smile and wink, and, at time, a biting sarcasm that left you short of any retort before he had already turned and gone lol. He had no end of stories which, I hope, is proof of a full, well led life. I know he had no end of friends. It was my honor to consider myself one of them. Rest I peace.

 

Danitra Cottrell posted on 1/9/20

I worked with Christopher for 6 years. You will forever be missed Christopher. I will always remember that beautiful smile and many conversations.

 

Albert Miller posted on 1/9/20

I will definitely miss you, Roger. I'll miss you playing cards. I will miss going out to eat. You were a wonderful friend. Rest in peace my friend.

 

Nancy Moseley posted on 1/9/20

Christopher Robin, oh how deeply saddened I was to learn of your departure of this life. You are missed terribly.

 

Christopher Emro posted on 1/9/20

I had the privilege to work with Christopher, he was someone I could always talk to, and I will miss him dearly. RIP Christopher, you will be greatly missed.

 

Lee Kiser posted on 1/9/20

Christopher was an one of a kind and one of the nicest, caring, friendly, humble and caring men I’ve ever had the privilege to work with and call friend. RIP Christopher, you will be missed and remembered by many!

 

William Kordis posted on 1/9/20

The good Lord has called Frank to his heavenly Kingdom. He was a great friend and mentor and will be sorely missed. He is now in the best of places. Bill Kordis ‘73

 

Colleen McCabe and Mom posted on 1/8/20

I am so sorry Ev. My best memories are of Alice doing the fashion shows for us at Gene Walters Marketplace. Prayers for you and your family

 

Dana Whitehead posted on 1/8/20

SIP Chris very classy and wise. Your family will truly miss you.

 

Summer Rhodes posted on 1/8/20

As a kitchen cabinet rep, I had the chance to spend time with Christopher over the last 6 months. In a short period of time, we developed a friendship and shared many stories. He was a ray of light, and he will truly be missed by many.

 

 

Lyn Anderson posted on 1/8/20

❤❤

 

Ken Moore posted on 1/8/20

My condolences to the family . I was deeply saddened when I learned that Frank had passed away . I had the pleasure of his company many times with the VBSGC and will miss him at our future golf events . Frank was a kind , gentle soul and will be missed by many . Please know that you are not alone and there are many who care and share your loss with you . May he rest in peace.

 

Kathie Garrett posted on 1/8/20

I worked with Christopher for 15 years, awesome individual. Always said what was on is mind. He was a realist and respected him for that. I knew if I ask him a question I would get a straight answer. He will be truly missed. Heaven has gained an angel indeed.

 

Becky Henry posted on 1/8/20

I am so sorry for this tragic loss. I did not know Mr. Mixner, but I appreciate his service to our Country and recognize he was a valuable member of our community who touched others with kindness and loved his family. Prayers for peace to Meredith and all the Mixner family. May he rest in peace.

 

Ali posted on 1/8/20

Sincere condolences. May the fond memories you hold dear and the power of faith get you through this difficult time. Respectfully,

 

Sue and Leon Piper posted on 1/8/20

We remember Frank as easy-going, funny, individual. He will be solely missed, especially at family gathering.

 

RICHARD JOSEPH WELLS (Rick) posted on 1/7/20

There were so many fond memories that I have of my time with Uncle Rog, but his devotion to Harriet and the kids and his kindness to all with whom he came in contact stands out the most!!! RIP Shipmate...Fair Winds and Following Seas!!!

 

Jim and Jean Hurston posted on 1/7/20

John McLain was our dear friend. His deep Christian faith and caring spirit endeared him and Mary to us, our faithful prayer partners on life’s rocky road. We are saddened by his sudden departure from this life and will miss him until we meet again on the other side. We extend our deepest sympathies to Mary, John, David and the family. You are in our prayers.

 

Samantha Vergano (CHKD Genetics) posted on 1/7/20

We were so saddened to hear of Skylar’s passing. Thank you for the opportunity to care for this dear girl. We send you all our love.

 

Allen LAWVER posted on 1/7/20

My prayers are with Renee and the rest of the family. I know Frank from St Andrew's United Methodist church and the group of men who meet Tuesday mornings at the Village Inn. As also a member of USNA Class of 67, I salute Frank as a fellow alumni. Great man; he will be missed.

 

Sherry Lieberman posted on 1/7/20

Moses was a wonderful, knowledgeable and a true delight. I always loved having conversations with him at book club. He will definitely be missed. My love to his family. Sherry lieberman

 

Bob Hopkins posted on 1/6/20

Frank was one of the nicest people I've ever known. He and I shared numerous thoroughly enjoyable conversations as classmates at the U. S. Naval Academy. He is obviously sorely missed by his many, many friends garnered over a life exceptionally well lived. Smooth sailing and calm seas, shipmate.

 

Joyce Lang posted on 1/6/20

My condolences to you and your family

 

Mike Scott posted on 1/6/20

Dear Renee and family -- Frank was one of our own Class of 1965 32nd Company brothers, an esteemed member of the 32nd Company Marching and Chowder society. Frank was a true gentleman whose example as a man, a leader, and a partner always inspired us. We will miss him greatly. All of us send our heartfelt sympathy and prayers. With love and respect, Mike Scott '65

 

LINDA BUBLICK posted on 1/6/20

Skylar was loved by many, especially her Grandmother Pam. Our prayers are with you all.

 

maddox(her son) posted on 1/6/20

i miss u mom i wish it didnt end

 

 

Craig Mazzei posted on 1/6/20

My condolences to my cousins Michelle and Meredith and their entire family. May your father Rest In Peace and your memories of him be plentiful!

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 1/6/20

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Commander Frank L. Mixner, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Veteran, Commander Frank L. Mixner, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Sonja (Partridge) Plummer posted on 1/6/20

I was deeply saddened to see that Uncle Tom had passed. I am so very sorry for your loss.

 

Lisa Carie posted on 1/6/20

You was a friend of my son You and all the guys gave my son his last ride on the four wheelers Ride high

 

Lisa Kohler posted on 1/6/20

My condolences go out to the Mixner family. Frank was a spiritual buddy to me and I will never forget his clever curiosity and keen humor as we delved deep into the bible and searched for truths to guide our faith. I will miss your sly smile and warm hugs. Rest in our Savior's peace.

 

Steve and Kim Coley posted on 1/5/20

We are so sorry to hear of Frank's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and family. Lots of love to you Renee.

 

David Carre posted on 1/5/20

It is said a man's character can be determined by how he handles golf. Frank was always honest, cheerful and a pleasure to play with. The Virginia Beach Seniors golfers will miss him. RIP

 

Bernie Kirsch posted on 1/5/20

Frank was a revered member of the Virginia Beach Senior Golf Club where he played every Wednesday for the last ten golf seasons. His companionship on the golf course was always sought. He was a great teamate with a positive attitude. We will all miss him. My profound sympathy to Frank's wife and daughters who loved him dearly. May he be remembered for his kindness to all who met hi and may he rest in peace.

 

Mark & Michelle McKinney posted on 1/5/20

We are so sorry for this loss. Our hearts ache for the Mixner family, and we will keep you all in our prayers.

 

Barbara Summers posted on 1/5/20

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Frank. Prayers, Love and Hugs for you Renee and the family. I will miss Franks hugs in church and will never forget the mission trip to Costa Rico with him.

 

Catherine Timko posted on 1/5/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family. He sounds like a remarkable man!

 

David (Dave) Hicks Sr posted on 1/5/20

Sorry for the lost of Frank he was a great guy always with a smile...He was a great Friend with all of the VBFD employees He will be missed by all that knew him.

 

Catharine Meredith posted on 1/5/20

Renee, Joey and I send our love and sympathy to you and your family. Frank was always such a friendly man with the heart of a gentleman. He brightened my day, on many occasions. Memories will fill your heart and get you through the hard times. Lots of love, Cappy Meredith

 

James M. Ramsey posted on 1/5/20

May Frank rest in peace. He was such a kind hearted and honorable man. He was always willing to listen and provide sound advice to members of the VBFD.. His smile was contagious.

 

Jane Draper posted on 1/5/20

Renee, thinking of you at this most difficult time, my friend. Frank was a wonderful man and a friend to many. Thoughts and prayers going out to the Mixner family.

 

Donna and Tim Stickrod posted on 1/5/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you Corinne and Kurt, and Mom, as you make your way thru this time of grieving.

 

Toni McChesney posted on 1/5/20

My thoughts and prayers go out to you Renee and the family. I will miss Frank. I will miss getting his e-mail jokes and occasionally having lunch with our group. I enjoyed working with Frank. He will be missed by many.

 

Faye Gonzalez posted on 1/5/20

To Raquel and family, George and I send our condolences. We have missed seeing your friendly faces at services in Connecticut.

 

Cindy & Pat Zerr posted on 1/5/20

We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

 

Harriett Eluto posted on 1/5/20

I enjoyed seeing Moises at the JCC and Kempsville Conservative Synagogue. He was an active reader in the JCC Book Club. Moieses came often with Raquel to Services on Shabbos. A very nice person. My condolences to his wonderful family.

 

Melven Mathias posted on 1/5/20

My Heart goes out to the family. Frank was a pleasure to work with, always positive with the ability to bring out the best in everyone. He will be missed by many

 

Denis A. Crisp posted on 1/5/20

Frank was a friend, I always enjoyed our conversations. He was a great man who served his country well! We will always miss our loved ones, but I know it is not forever, because we will join them in Heaven! So, I think that they just went to the amusement park ahead of me and I will be with them soon! I hope this helps you and your family, as it helps me!

 

Denis A. Crisp posted on 1/5/20

He was a friend, I always enjoyed our conversations. I think he was a great man who served our country well.

 

Jimmy Carter posted on 1/5/20

My heart goes out to the Mixner family on the untimely loss of Frank. He was a great guy that enjoyed his time at the VBFD. He is missed by many.

 

Sarah Ray Pickard posted on 1/5/20

I have no doubt Frank is with his Heavenly Father rejoicing in a life well-lived. I’m heartbroken though for his daughters, Renee, and Frank’s extended family and friends. Prayers of comfort for each of you.

 

Yvonne M. Kramp posted on 1/5/20

Sending my love to Renee, Meredith, Michele and the Mixner families. Frank will be missed dearly.

 

sheila small posted on 1/5/20

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sheila small posted on 1/5/20

I know that Moieses will be greatly missed by all of his friends and family When Moises Raquel and Becky lived in Connecticut, they were strong members of Temple Sinai in Newington Connecticut You could always count on the Levin Family for participating in almost every Shabbat and New Years service. Moises was always pleasant and offered a smile. He was a remarkable person in all standards. I am sure he will be deeply missed. Your friend, Sheila Small

 

 

Camy - Camala Marie posted on 1/5/20

For all the special memories we shared! You will forever be my Tink! I love you ❤️

 

His Postal Family posted on 1/5/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time. It was a joy to work with Johnny. May God continue to wrap you in His Loving Arms as you treasure the memories of Johnny. Another Angel have received their wings and resting in the arms of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

 

Charles Hajek posted on 1/5/20

Rest In Peace my brother.

 

 

Joy Joyner posted on 1/5/20

Charlie & Pat know that you are in my prayers.

 

Tracy Shackelford and Harold Philipsen posted on 1/4/20

Michele and family - we are so very sorry to hear of the loss of your father. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Ellie (Isabel) Horton posted on 1/4/20

May God bless and show mercy to your family at this time of loss and grievance. Johnny was a very special friend and gentleman. Over the many years, Johnny was a kind, quiet and generous man. Johnny will be profoundly missed. Our genuine and heartfelt condolences to the entire Lucero Family. Sincere Love... Ellie Horton and Family

 

Erica Papley posted on 1/4/20

Michele and Meredith, Our deepest sympathy to you and your families. Uncle Frank will always be with you. Much love - Tim and Erica

 

Jill Carlton posted on 1/4/20

Thoughts and prayers to the Mixner family. We have many memories together. Our families are united by United States Naval Aviator careers.

 

CHERYL k HEINZ posted on 1/4/20

Thoughts and Prayers to the Family

 

Fillis Stober posted on 1/4/20

Moises was always willing to share his knowledge and wisdom with all of us who participated in Torah Study and other study sessions at Temple Sinai in Newington CT. With his lively smile and good sense of humor he was also fun to be with at the various events and dinners at the Temple. His devotion to Raquel and his daughters was always evident. We extend our deep condolences to Raquel, Becky and Corinne and the rest of the family.

 

Frederick Bennett posted on 1/4/20

To lose a child is big.

 

 

Jennifer Morrow posted on 1/4/20

Zach Was full of life and love. My thoughts and prayers are with his family in this difficult time.

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 1/4/20

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Johnny B. Lucero, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Veteran, Johnny B. Lucero, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Lenny & Nancy Stowell posted on 1/4/20

Dear Charlie & Pat, our deepest sympathy for the loss of your precious son Zach. Our thoughts and prayers are with you both and Sarina.

 

 

Beverly Lucero Sillari posted on 1/4/20

We will forever cherish the trips to Busch Gardens and all the shows you love to watch❤️

 

Leonida N Legaspi posted on 1/4/20

Our condolences to the whole family. He was a quiet and generous man. Was also a member and past president of the Cavite Association of Virginia.

 

Greg & Jan Franceski posted on 1/4/20

Anita, Jan and I are very saddened to hear of Skylar's passing. She led a marvelous life and is now at eternal peace. Please take some comfort in knowing that she is now free. We are proud to have seen her courage and yours in caring for her. Our prayers are with you and your family.

 

Sharon Holmquist posted on 1/3/20

So very sorry, Prayers and peace for you all.

 

Sharon Holmquist posted on 1/3/20

So very sorry, peace and prayers.

 

Joel and Karen Graves posted on 1/3/20

Dear Charlie and Pat, We are so brokenhearted to hear of your loss! We are thankful the Lord is with you and He is faithful to help you through this difficult time ,doing what only He can do, as He wipes away your tears and fills you hearts with His peace that passes all understanding. We love you and we are praying for you,as are so many of your brothers and sisters who have grown to love you! Draw near to Him and He will draw near to you. God bless , Joel and Karen Graves

 

Audrey posted on 1/3/20

Pat and Charlie, I am so heartbroken for you both...Keeping y’all in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time

 

Sandra and William Main posted on 1/3/20

Bobby was a friend and sister in the Lord. It was a pleasure to know her and her wonderful contribution to me. I am so sorry to hear the news of her passing but know she is with her Lord and Savior at rest. Prayers to the family and hugs as well

 

Shirley Garringer posted on 1/3/20

Charley was a great friend to my family during the years we lived on Bow Creek and beyond. What a wonderful man!

 

Alyssia posted on 1/3/20

Ms Tammy was the sweetest person you could ever meet with a heart of gold. I met her in 2018 at the gift shop. She would get me to braid her hair down for her and she would dance with me at work all day! A good soul gone too soon! Lets not forget her coming to my show for Labor Day Fest, she made me feel like a celebrity! Im gonna miss you sweet lady! I love you and Casey!

 

Connie posted on 1/3/20

Zach always made you laugh, he had that kind of Personality, healing prayers going up for his family, friends too

 

Eddie and Pam Bess posted on 1/3/20

Dear Pat and Charlie, We are so sorry that we did not have the privilege of knowing your dear Zack I am sure he was a blessing to you and anyone who was in his life. His life although short was a purpose in Gods plan. I know he will be sadly missed. We love you you both and are here for you in what ever you may need and are praying for you to find comfort in God.

 

Doris Mishler McClain posted on 1/3/20

So many memories, cousin. You were such a nut growing up and you will be missed. My prayers go out to the family.

 

Debra Lane posted on 1/3/20

Memory

 

 

Brenda Smith posted on 1/3/20

Zach was such a wonderful young man. He will be missed by so many people that knew and loved him. Go rest high on that mountain ❤️

 

Mike Davies posted on 1/3/20

Bobbie was a blessing to have known. She was a kind, generous, loving person, and a testimony of a life well lived serving Christ. My condolences for the loss of such a wonderful person.

 

 

Eli and Katharina Kegalado, posted on 1/3/20

I will light a candle in memory of you.

 

James Romm posted on 1/3/20

To Jean and family: I am so sorry to learn of Kenny's passing. He was a good friend to all of the "gang" here on Puddin Ridge and will be greatly missed. My prayers and condolences to you and the family.

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 1/3/20

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Charles Christopher Souder, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Reserve Veteran, Charles Christopher Souder, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

dennis gunter posted on 1/3/20

sorry for yalls loss he was a nice guy will all miss him alot

 

 

Amanda dambrosio posted on 1/3/20

My condolences to his family. He was such a good friend. He will be dearly missed

 

Alicia Gross posted on 1/2/20

Sending Condolences and prayers to his family and my coworker Sarina

 

Danita (Sarina's sister) posted on 1/2/20

Wishing all of you peace to bring you comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts. Zach thank you for the times you were Sarina's light in the darkness.

 

Breanna huffman posted on 1/2/20

From mud bogs to ocean breeze you were great funny friend to hangout with you were taken wayyyy too soon so sorry I’m so hurt since I got the news I’ll be there sunday

 

Nicole posted on 1/2/20

I am at a loss for words. Zach thank you for all the great memories. I will always cherish them. Alot of laughs and good times. I will miss you,, Pat and Charlie I'm so sorry for your loss. He was an amazing person. Love always, Nicole

 

Holly Gardner posted on 1/2/20

I am so sorry to hear about Zach’s death. I am so heartbroken for you guys. I am praying for you guys through this difficult time. Love, Holly Gardner

 

 

Jessica kennedy posted on 1/2/20

Zach, you will be dearly missed. You were always the one who would make the room laugh. My family and I have known you for a long time. You will always be remembered. Love you bro.

 

Dar (Sarina’s sister) posted on 1/2/20

I am so sorry for your loss. No words can help at this time but you are all in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Terry and Sheryl posted on 1/2/20

So sorry for your loss Pat and Charlie.

 

 

tabatha Austin posted on 1/2/20

R. I. P. Chris

 

Audrey (Weeks( Nimmo posted on 1/2/20

Jean, sorry for your loss, My condolences goes out to you and your family. I am Praying for you and your family..Kenny and I had some good times in school... Love you.

 

Tommy Sylvia posted on 1/2/20

So sorry to hear about your loss. I have so many great memories of hanging at the Kello house and playing basketball and just enjoying life. Tom

 

Tommy Sylvia posted on 1/2/20

So sorry to hear about your loss. I recall many precious memories of being around the Kello family playing basketball and just having fun. Tom

 

John Mamoudis posted on 1/1/20

My condolences to the Kello family with Odie’s passing . A lot of great memories when we were next door neighbors back in the day . The Mamoudis ‘

 

 

MAJ and Mrs. James C. Dunn, Jr. posted on 1/1/20

We will truly miss our vivacious sweet neighbor who was there for us during many trying times. May God be with her loved hers during there this sorrowful time.

 

Julie and Steve Birckhead posted on 1/1/20

So glad we got to know Bobbie. She was always so positive, happy and strong in her beliefs. We always had such a good time at the Fort Monroe band alumni concerts and other times we were able to get together. Prayers and peace to the family.

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 1/1/20

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Marion F. Harris, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Veteran, Marion F Harris, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Denise Dozier posted on 1/1/20

Rest in peace, Grandpa. You will be missed.

 

Kenny Anderson, posted on 12/31/19

Jean and Family, We are so sorry to hear of Kenny's passing!..our thoughts and prayers are with you all!

 

 

Robin Sanders posted on 12/31/19

Bobbie was such a special lady. I'll never forget her smile, hugs, sweet warm words and her faith. I know she's at home now, free of disease and celebrating with loved ones❤️

 

Mary Beth Page posted on 12/31/19

So sorry to hear of Richard's passing. He was wonderful to work with. We spent great times and long hours in the car business. It's nice to know we'll have another guardian angel watching over us. The family is in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Charles Martin posted on 12/31/19

Debi, so sorry for your loss. Jim always had a smile on his face . Never saw him mad or sad. He will be missed.

 

Christina Martin and Margaret posted on 12/31/19

Tara was a good friend she be truly missed. love Christina Martin and baby Margaret.

 

Christopher Bradshaw posted on 12/31/19

Terribly sorry for your loss. If you need anything please let us know.

 

Art and Debbie Brame posted on 12/31/19

We loved talking with Barry, he was such a good honest man with great stories to tell. He could fix anything, he also helped us with our spa, really am going to miss him. You have our prayers on condolences.

 

Donna Vaughan posted on 12/31/19

RIP Jimmy. I have many fond memories of our younger years. You were always full of fun with Bobby & Eddie.

 

Sandra White posted on 12/31/19

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Sending prayers and condolences to your family.

 

The Lacey Family posted on 12/31/19

My thoughts and my heart are with the family.

 

Lori Kello posted on 12/31/19

My love will always be for the Kello's and my thoughts are with each of you during this difficult time. Mr Kello will be missed and I feel honored to have called him my father in law.

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 12/31/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Barry Allan Shampine, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Army Veteran, Barry Allan Shampine, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Bobby Lee posted on 12/31/19

Lynne and l had great respect for him and were Blessed to be able to spend time with him before his passing.

 

Bill McCalla posted on 12/31/19

Barry and I were part of a neighborhood group of kids in the Montclair section of Fayetteville that were always finding something to do every weekend, either playing football, going fishing past Skibo or in high school, cruising around is his 73 custom black painted Ford Pinto. He was always a man of integrity, kept his word and was a role model for others. The world is a lesser place without guys like Barry.

 

Tommy Waterman posted on 12/30/19

I was blessed to have know Marian from our meeting at Cornerstone Baptist Church. We became very good friends. Absent from the body, present with the Lord. RIP

 

Ronda Dunn posted on 12/30/19

He will be deeply missed. Honored to have known him. Prayers for your family.

 

Ronda Dunn posted on 12/30/19

He will be deeply missed. Glad to have known him. Your family is in my prayers.

 

Bobby and Suella Jones posted on 12/30/19

Janet is now at peace with the Lord and is watching over her family. Our condolences to Lynn, Calvin, and all their family during this time of grief. May your memories give you some comfort.

 

Dr. David and Merry Holt posted on 12/30/19

So sorry for your loss. Barry was a good man. He loved to chat and we enjoyed his stories. He helped us with our pool and spa over the years. He will be missed.

 

Jimmy Rothgery posted on 12/30/19

Richard, (and his brother Billy) were good friends through grade school, High School, and College; both very good people. Richard was one of the best basketball players ever to come out of Hampton Roads and the best perimeter shooter I have ever seen. But most of all, Richard was a really good man, with a wonderful sense of humor, and a very big heart. Peace be with you my old friend, Jimmy Rothgery NHS 63 ODU 68

 

Elizabeth Harris posted on 12/30/19

To the family of JoAnn, Life has to end. Love doesn't. Those who have died lived on in the souls and lives of those who live after them. Sincerest condolences to one of our TCC family.

 

Rob and Paula Bellay posted on 12/30/19

Our heartfelt condolences to you all. Norm was not only my cousin (Paula Sapp Bellay) but also my friend. He was a strong influence in my life and my husband Rob’s life. He coached Rob in the church basketball and softball league. When we were dating they had an adopt a grandparent program at our church and Rob and I chose Norm to be our adopted grandpa. It was a way to love on him and show him how much he meant to us. He was a funny guy and loved to joke and tease.When we got engaged to be married Norm would tell me that I was too young to get married and that I was “still wet behind the ears”. Then one day he shows up and hands me a wrapped gift and inside was a small pair of umbrella earrings he had found at the flea market! He thought that was hilarious and so did Rob! A few short months later Norm was an usher at our wedding and he was the one who walked my mother (his cousin Janice Lichty Sapp) down the isle to light the mother of the bride candle. I still have those earrings in my drawer and laugh every time I come across them. We will miss Norm and cherish the memories of him. We know that Norm was a man of God and that he is now safely with his Lord and we will one day see him again! Love and prayers to you all. He certainly loved you all and spoke often of you. He was proud of his family.

 

Jo Ann Jarrett posted on 12/30/19

Know that your father will be terribly missed. He was loved by all who knew him and he will be cherished in our memories forever. We worked together many years with West Virginia Highways. He loved to dance, which we did at the Christmas parties. i could always tell when he was ready to embark on a trip to Virginia to see "his girls". He had a spring to his step, a little giddy, and singing. I never failed to tell him "safe travels" and he would question me as to how i always knew. My condolences to the entire family. You had a wonderful father.

 

Mary Lu (Glindeman) Babcock posted on 12/30/19

I was shocked to read of Janet’s death. Prayers and thoughts are with you and the family. Love to all, Mary Lu

 

Steve Nolff posted on 12/30/19

Debbie, I’m so sorry for your loss. Jim was a very nice person and always treated people the way that he would want to be treated.

 

Eric Nahra posted on 12/30/19

Thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family. Jim was always smiling and friendly in my early Food Lion days. He will be missed by many.

 

Sandra & Floyd Brown posted on 12/29/19

So sorry for your loss.. you are in my thoughts and prayers

 

Sandra & Floyd Brown posted on 12/29/19

You all are in my thoughts and prayers .. so sorry for your loss

 

Don Strickland posted on 12/29/19

My friend, Richard Boyce. I have known Richard since playing baseball against him in the Norfolk Rec League. Being a teammate of his at Norview in football, basketball and baseball. It was a pleasure being a teammate to the best all around athlete I know. The best part, Richard was a good man, father and husband. Whenever we ran into each other, he treated me like his best friend. Rest in Peace Richard. Honored to be your friend and teammate.

 

Don & Terry Davidson posted on 12/29/19

So sorry to hear about Janets passing...always liked her..she was always so nice to be around..always happy to see you...so sad to hear...

 

William Nathan Hill posted on 12/29/19

So sorry to hear of Richard's passing. I enjoyed times spent with Richard while on the ODC (ODU) basketball team. I am so sorry for the family's loss and pray for comfort and peace during this most difficult time.

 

Brandon Stovall posted on 12/28/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family my friend.

 

Brian Curl posted on 12/28/19

Love you Uncle Norm ❤️

 

Kurt Walling posted on 12/28/19

I served with thousands of soldiers throughout my 26 years of military service, and forgot almost every one of them. Joe Minor was one of those guys whose bigger-than-life personality and sense of humor are impossible to forget. My condolences to all family members left behind, and Joe: see you in Valhalla, Airborne!

 

Julie Shawn Kevin and Gracie posted on 12/28/19

John, Tami, Brad and Brooke we are sending our love and prayers to all. Norm certainly left his mark on each of you. We celebrate a wonderful life and now he will continue to shine down from heaven.

 

Eddie & Lisa Rowan posted on 12/28/19

Cynthia, Laura & Family, Uncle Tom will always a hold a special place in our hearts. He was a part of the family here for many years, Sunday dinner, WVU and Notre Dame football games, also taking Mom, Dad and Tom to Riverdance, great memories. Unfortunatley prior commitments prevent us from paying our respects in person, Uncle Tom and you all will be remembered today, thoughts and prayers. Take care. Regards, Eddie & Lisa Rowan Charleston, WV

 

Carlos Gutierrez posted on 12/28/19

My condolences to the family. Joe you were a one of a brother Rest Easy... until we toast again one day

 

 

Carlos Gutierrez posted on 12/28/19

Rest Easy Brother

 

Robert Hess posted on 12/28/19

Words cannot express my sadness in hearing of Joe's passing. So much tragedy in a short time for the Minor family with the loss of his father Tim not long ago. Please accept my sincere heartfelt condolences.

 

 

Shannon Sullivan & Family posted on 12/28/19

With a heavy heart, we send Prayers for comfort to those grieving. May Norm live eternally in your hearts. Love to all

 

Mary Ann Konitsney posted on 12/27/19

With Our deepest Sympathy.. Thoughts & Prayers Love Mary Ann(Rolfe) & Mike Konitsney

 

 

Mary Ann Konitsney posted on 12/27/19

With Our deepest Sympathies.. Thoughts & Prayers ..Love MaryAnn(Rolfe) & Mike Konitsney

 

Dan and Kathy Frownfelter posted on 12/27/19

So sorry for your loss Tami and John, please know we are praying for your family during this difficult time. Love you guys!

 

Sherita A. Hall, LPN Department Of Veteran's Affairs posted on 12/27/19

Tyrone had an infectious laugh and a zest for life. He always helpful, funny, and kind. My deepest condolences.

 

Dr (LTC-Ret) Pablo Ayala and family posted on 12/27/19

May God bless you soldier as you embark on your last assignment. We will miss you.

 

Shannon Berrier posted on 12/27/19

My sweet ANGEL David...HEAVEN must have needed another ANGEL. I will miss hearing you say "love you grandma" & the hugs, going to I-HOP for pancakes. Til we meet again....I love you...

 

 

Stephanie M Barksdale posted on 12/27/19

Tyrone will truly be missed. RIP friend

 

Latoyla Ridges posted on 12/27/19

Homie aka Isiah ridges sr is my grand daddy

 

Latoyla Ridges posted on 12/27/19

That's my grand daddy Isiah ridges jr is my father and Homie is my grand daddy Marion Evans is my Grandma

 

BRUCE BENNETT posted on 12/27/19

So sorry to hear of Bill's passing. It was a pleasure working with him. I'm out of town and will not be able to attend the service

 

 

Angie D. Todd posted on 12/27/19

To the Minor Squad, you know I thought Mr. Joe was the coolest and this shouldn't be happening. There's not enough "I'm sorry's" to fix what's broken and I could never do enough to make it what it needs to be but I can let y'all know I'm here for you in whatever capacity you need me to be. I love y'all dearly.

 

Corey L Woods Sr. posted on 12/27/19

May God bless you and your household during this period of grief. It was a pleasure to have known Joe during my tour as Project Manager. He was always thinking of others and always kept the crew laughing. It was a shock to us that you had moved on! You were an inspiration to us all!! With sympathy my dear Comrade and Coworker you will be missed, but NEVER forgotten!!! Fair winds and Following seas!!

 

Beth Hawthorne posted on 12/27/19

This sweet funny and kind man will be missed by many

 

 

Beth Hawthorne posted on 12/27/19

This sweet funny and kind man will be missed by many.

 

Debra waters posted on 12/27/19

Debra Waters will always love you, and miss you. I know God have you in his kingdom . Enjoy you new life in your new city.

 

Sue & Bill Sowers posted on 12/27/19

Chris will be deeply missed. She loved her time with the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary and District 2. That is where we met, at Post 392. She had many friends there and we all loved her. Bless Chris and bless the family of Chris as they go through this difficult time.

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 12/27/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Tyrone Edward Waters, Jr., give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Army Veteran, Tyrone Edward Waters. Jr., is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Helen Cabe Dietrich posted on 12/26/19

He is my first cousin. Since leaving Elberton, I had not seen him. We are in prayer for you.

 

Helen Cabe Dietrich posted on 12/26/19

He was my first cousin. We are sorry to hear about his passing. Since he left Elberton, I had not seen him.

 

Katie posted on 12/25/19

Tara will forever be missed.

 

Leslie Brunson posted on 12/24/19

Trudy, we hope you and your family find peace soon. Love, Don and Leslie Brunson

 

Oliver Noveno posted on 12/24/19

My condolences to you and families.... May the God Be with Your mom always...

 

Maura Scollin posted on 12/23/19

David,Wendy and Jackie- I’m so sorry to read of Norma’s death in April. Bridyand dinners together were special.

 

Blanche Gray posted on 12/23/19

I am sorry to hear of the passing of Charlie. He and Zane Sr. worked many years together at VDOT. Zane only had good thing to say about Charlie and his work ethic. Prayers to the family in this time of sorrow.

 

Ted Simmons posted on 12/23/19

Dear Kris and Travis and family of Bill, Bobbi and I were deeply saddened to hear of Bill's passing. We have recently moved to Florida, and I was thinking of going to surprise Bill at the Daytona Kart Week after Christmas. In looking up the details, it was then that I saw the post that Bill had passed. We were both shocked by this stunning news, and we are so very sorry to hear of the loss of this good man and dear friend from so many years. Blessings to you and your family, and we wish you strength as you walk through the coming days. I always have the happiest and most fun memories of Bill.

 

Mary Thomas posted on 12/23/19

We are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you all during this time.

 

Baljit Dahiya posted on 12/23/19

It’s sorry for your demise and loss to we all colleges. God bless your soul in piece.

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 12/23/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Thomas Charles Rowan, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Veteran, Thomas Charles Rowan, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 12/23/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Samuel Jerome Lewis, Sr,, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Veteran, Samuel Jerome Lewis, Sr., is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Maria T. Roque posted on 12/22/19

a truly independent minded person, so well ahead of the "me too movement", a lovely person to be with, a lovely friend, my lovely cousin, best friend from childhood, love you, Angelita, Ate Baby.

 

Don Lipscomb posted on 12/22/19

I worked at Materials Division (WVDOH) with Tom (we usually referred to him as 'Unc" from 1981 till his retirement. We became close. His primary job was reviewing, accepting or rejecting concrete mix designs. This became my job shortly after his retirement. I also remember buying a car (a Mercury Topaz) from him for my son who was in college at the time. I was very saddened upon reading his obituary in the Charleston Gazette this morning. He often talked of his daughters in Virginia Beach. I always felt he was one of the good guys that I and most of the others in our section could count on. Please accept my condolences.

 

Katy Davis posted on 12/22/19

Her love lit every room she entered. We love you lola!

 

 

Mark Range posted on 12/22/19

Sent post a few minutes ago about working with Charlie and it mistakenly got sent before I could sign it

 

Patricia Barish posted on 12/22/19

My condolences to the family of Angelita. Thank you Lita for all the love and kindness you shared with all of us.

 

Patricia Barish posted on 12/22/19

My condolences to the family. Thank you Lita for your love and kindness you shared with all of us.

 

Jose Tapang Ventayen posted on 12/22/19

Deeply, deeply, we'll miss you Ate..

 

Erickson Aquino posted on 12/22/19

Our deepest condolences from the Aquino family

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 12/22/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of LTC John M. Hayes, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Army Veteran, LTC John M. Hayes, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Christine Beringuela Melic posted on 12/22/19

Condolence to the family

 

Josh Perritt posted on 12/22/19

I have many memories of Mr Holloman. He could wipe the floor with us playing basketball. All the times we were kicked out of the room so he could play Nintendo. I spilled a jar of pickles juice on his couch. It smelled liked pickels for days. He never got mad even though he had the right to, but did not let me live it down for like a month. Heaven is a much better place now that he is there.

 

 

Sarah Vargas posted on 12/22/19

Please pray for the Holloman family , especially Tomorrow. It will be the first of 2 of the worst days they have to endure and begin to say goodbye to a Husband a Father a Grandfather and a Brother and a Friend. CHARLIE was so loved and respected by so many.. CHARLIE, I WILL Charish YOU FOREVER Because you were my "U.D." AND I will always be your D.D. ..... We will see you in Heaven Charlie I will never forget You and LOVE YOU....

 

Amorfina Tapang and family posted on 12/22/19

We love you Tita. Thank you for the love and laughter you have shared with each and everyone of us. You will be missed.

 

Brianna Pruett posted on 12/21/19

Uncle Charlie and Aunt Gina always called me “lil bit” as a child because I was so small. I sure will miss him

 

William,Michelle and Ashleigh Brannon posted on 12/21/19

so sorry to hear of your loss. our prayers are with you and your family at this time.

 

Jack Arrington posted on 12/21/19

From your friends at Central Hill hunt club our aka Santa Clause will be dearly missed in the coming days .Our thoughts and prayers will be with your family through this time of grief .He shared many stories and memories with us over the past couple years and really enjoyed our freedom fighters hunt a few weeks ago .Charles you will be missed rip my friend.

 

TaKenya Prunty posted on 12/21/19

David you were such a beautiful, young soul. You were one of my first clients at CARD. I always looked forward to working with you because of your energy and the great hugs you would give. I also was just in awe when we would read books, especially Brown Bear by Eric Carle. I loved to hear you read it and I loved when you would call my name. You left an everlasting imprint on my heart and your memory will live on. I pray your mom find peace knowing you touched so many lives.

 

Sharon James posted on 12/21/19

Charles was a great colleague from the time I started with VDOT (at Bowers Hill) until now, coming back together at QCS, he will be missed tremendously by myself and many. RIP Charles and thanks for the laughs.

 

Frances Baker Schiller posted on 12/21/19

I remember when we went to the beach and Charles, Patricia and Carolyn wanted to go look at the ocean. Aunt Estelle said yes but don't get wet. Well, Charles gets at the top of the dune and decides to roll down, only thing is, he did get wet. About all you could see were his eyes. Also, remember the time he wanted to go home with his Uncle Kenny when they were visiting Granny and Granddaddy, but fell asleep. The next time he went to sleep in Uncle Kenny's lap so he didn't get left. He was a good man!!! I love you and will miss you dear cousin!

 

Mark Ballance posted on 12/21/19

So sorry to hear of Arts passing, What a great guy, I just found out about this today , I will miss him a lot , He was always a good friend, God Bless you Art and your family. Mark Ballance

 

Robert Cash posted on 12/21/19

I remember playing basketball with Charlie at Providence Baptist Church. We had some good times and Charlie was a good ball player, I just want to send my condolences to the family praying for each one of you

 

Felleku Smith posted on 12/21/19

The Almighty Lord was in charge, knew the best, and the right time to prevent a GOLDEN HEART like David's from breathing. David was a golden heart and someone who can borrow or give his eyes to others. He is always full of joy and kindness. David is like a second Dad to my children until the end of his life. David had an inherent love for helping people around him, and He has been a person that doesn't have "NO" in his vocabulary if he needs to render assistance. To talk about his kindness, we can go and go and go forever! "Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear, and the blind can see." Mark Twain David, a father of two, one girl (Jessica) and a boy (David Jr.), gave his utmost efforts to make sure that the kids of "then" are now very successful people and well to do in the society to carry along his legacy. I feel privileged to offer this tribute in expressing the grief that all of us share over his loss. David, THANK you for everything you have given us, and the warmth we shared during your precious time on earth. CDR David, we will miss your support and leadership. May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace and let the perpetual light shine upon him. AMEN. The Smith Family!

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 12/21/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of David M. Betz, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Veteran, David M. Bentz, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Jennifer Box posted on 12/21/19

I had the privilege of being the TA in David's preschool class for 2 years. We quickly became best buds. He was such a sweet, gentle, loving little boy. He gave the best hugs and oh that sweet belly laugh of his was infectious. He worked hard and was eager to learn new things but he taught me way more in 2 years than I ever taught him. He will forever hold a piece of my heart. I am a better person and educator because of him. I pray David's mother will find peace in knowing what an amazing gift her baby boy was to so many people. My prayers go out to her and David's family.

 

Stephanie Lewis posted on 12/21/19

Sweet David, you were taken from us too soon. You were incredibly smart and had a way of making everyone feel like family. You had so many friends that loved you and so many people that learned from you. You have touched so many lives. We will never be the same, CARD will never be the same but your legacy will live on. You are the sunshine on a cloudy day. Put your art all over heavens walls. I will miss that smile and those giggles.

 

 

Zarek & Mackenzy posted on 12/21/19

hey grampa we miss you❤❤ love you

 

 

Tricia Sanchez posted on 12/21/19

I didn’t know David for very long, but he quickly touched my life. I’m so honored and blessed to have met you. Thank you for helping to train me with your other tx’s at CARD. I will always remember you and you’ll be forever missed. Fly high, little angel.

 

 

Spencer Lord posted on 12/20/19

David will be truly missed. I never had the pleasure to work with David at CARD but saw him every day. I will always remember David laughing and having a great time. I will always remember him.

 

JoAnn posted on 12/20/19

So sorry for the family's loss. Kevin was our neighbor for many years and you couldn't have asked for a nicer guy.

 

Darren Kirsch posted on 12/20/19

Cassandra- So sorry to hear about the passing of your father. I'm sure the fond memories you have of your dad will help you get through the days ahead.

 

 

Joyce and Joe Saveika posted on 12/20/19

We will miss his cheerfulness and creativity. We are expressing condolences to his big family.May God keep you under his wing.

 

Sarah Guffey posted on 12/20/19

David was one of my first clients when I started at CARD. I was always amazed with how smart and happy David was. I learned more from David than I'm sure I could ever teach him. He taught me patience and that love needed no words to be expressed. His smile was contagious and his laugh was heart warming. Nothing would beat when David would come through the doors and I'd greet him and ask for a hug. He was always in my lap and wanting "Huggies". Thank you to his mom for allowing me to know and love your baby, he very quickly became my baby too.

 

Brenda Weston Smith posted on 12/19/19

Dewy, James, Speedy and family, I am very sorry to hear about Vicki. My heart and prayers are with your family

 

Rhonda Jenkins posted on 12/19/19

David you were such a sweet and smart boy. I remember when you ran around outside with all of the preschoolers. God take care of this special little guy. May God comfort the family during this difficult time. David you will be missed by many friends.

 

Camisha Woodard posted on 12/19/19

It was such a pleasure to be one of David’s teachers. I remember his first day like it was yesterday. You were such a sweet, innocent, and intelligent young boy. You loved to play with legos and could build anything with them. You would also work so hard and diligently on your class work. My heart is still broken over the thought of you no longer being here. God now has you as one of his angels. My thoughts and prayers are with your mother, I pray that God gives her strength during this difficult time. You will forever be missed sweet David.

 

Kimberly Lesniak posted on 12/19/19

Our deepest condolences to Taylor and the family. Steve and I have been friends with Kevin for several years. We will miss him, his smile, and his laugh very much. Rest in peace my dear friend. Till we meet again.

 

William Tatum posted on 12/19/19

Despite only getting to spend such limited time with him, it doesn't take long to know that he was a truly special man whose positivity was impossible to ignore. My condolences to his wonderful family.

 

Marinie Ben posted on 12/19/19

Mrs. Paffrath was a teacher that helped me fight both depression and the self hatred of my art. It was due to her love and support that I was able to proudly showcase my final artwork during my senior year at Hampton High. Mr. Dabbs visited our show and showered his love for us and our work, and he told us words of encouragement that pushed me and my friends forward. I still hold his words to my heart as I continue a career in design. It is because of him and his family that I am able to pursue my dreams with confidence. He'll be dearly missed, and I send condolences to his family ❤

 

 

Gina Senan posted on 12/19/19

Heaven gained another angel way too soon. My deepest and sincere condolences to everyone who met this sweet little one. I worked with him, his family, and his team and I will never forget the day he was speaking Russian! He loved to play and build and smile and was quite shy when I first met him but once he got to know me the hugs and smile were endless. Words cannot express the heartbreak we all have right now. I know you are keeping the Angels busy little buddy hugs and love always.

 

 

Kristen Robb posted on 12/19/19

I told David on my last day working with him that he was an amazing boy as he sat in my lap watching his favorite Pete the Cat video, and that I had no doubt in my mind that he would continue on making impressive strides overcoming the set backs he was faced with. He an incredibly imaginative mind and I am sthankful that he was able to a part of his special world with me.

 

 

Ronzel Bell posted on 12/19/19

Prayers for your strength during this time of sorrow. Keep dad forever in your heart and on your lips so that he lives forever.

 

Kenyetta Hardy posted on 12/19/19

Cassandra, Your family is in my prayers!

 

Sandra Laity posted on 12/19/19

May God comfort you and your family in this time of grief. My family will keep you in our prayers. Love, Sandra Laity

 

Dianne Jakubek posted on 12/19/19

My heart will be forever broken with the loss of sweet David. He touched everyone he met. My condolences are with the family.

 

Lauren Girdler posted on 12/19/19

I had the pleasure of meeting David last year when he joined our classroom. My heart aches thinking I will no longer get see his contagious smile and be around his fun-loving personality. David was a joy to be around. I will always remember him dancing in movement group to his favorite songs and the excitement he displayed when whenever we read Pete the Cat. He will always hold a special place in my heart.

 

Celeste (Ingram) Isacco posted on 12/19/19

Joe touched so many lives through his music, joy of community with others, and the warm smile he always wore. He is a wonderful peaceful soul and his life will be remembered for all the goodness he spread. His passion and love for his family was inspiring and through that give much joy to everyone lucky enough to know him. All my love to the Dabbs family, you all radiant the beautiful love Joe gave you. God bless!

 

Kelly OBrien posted on 12/19/19

My heart is shattered over the loss of this sweet little boy.... I was blessed to be a part of his little life from the day he walked into our Early Childhood classroom..... and then as he moved on to kindergarten I was able to continue working with him twice a week in speech. His smile and spirit will be greatly missed~

 

Doreen McCarthy posted on 12/19/19

There are no words that can explain the sorrow and pain we feel for the loss of David. He will be greatly missed and forever in our hearts.

 

Jessica (Julian's mom) posted on 12/19/19

My heart is so heavy with sadness and grief at the loss of sweet little David. He was my son's first friend at CARD, and I have special memories of them sharing snacks, toys, and learning from each other. David is so very loved and greatly missed. I am thankful that his mother enrolled him at CARD and that we were able to get to know him over the past year and a half. David was a special little boy.

 

 

Derrick Stoute posted on 12/19/19

I am so heart broken by this! I will forever miss you and remember you! I can see you now asking me to let you spin and then coming up to me saying “your so tall” just so you can get on my shoulders and look at yourself in the window.... you will foreve be remembered

 

Jennifer Mingo posted on 12/19/19

David was the love of my life. I enjoy having him in our class. He was a child who you just want to hold in your arms all night. I remember the smile and the hugs he would give me every morning. I enjoy having lunch with him, getting him to try different foods, and going on our daily walks. He will be miss. I Thank his mother for trusting me with her child while she was at work. May God keep my little my little angle until we meet again.

 

 

The George Family posted on 12/18/19

On behalf of the entire George Family we send our condolences. Rick will be missed by each and everyone of us.

 

Teddy George posted on 12/18/19

Rick was a good friend of mine for over 55 years. We had a lot of good times. Never a bad one. I know a lot of people but I am proud to say Rick was a friend of mine. And I am going to miss him.

 

Mary Lynn Nykiel posted on 12/18/19

Family friends and the world has lost one of the most loving caring talented and fun humans my heart has been blessed to know ... He will be greatly missed but never forgotten‼️His music every note will comfort us all our days... Loved you dearly my friend‼️ Addio mio caro dolce Joe Joe vederti in paradiso ❤️

 

Vicki Burton posted on 12/18/19

Cassandra, I am so sorry for your loss. I only heard of your father's passing yesterday. It appears that he was a wonderful and talented man. What a legacy he has given to so many. I know he will be greatly missed. I know there are no words to ease the pain of losing someone so dear, but know I send love and prayers to you and your family. God bless.

 

The Khers posted on 12/18/19

Jerry and Family, our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

 

Peggy Lauver posted on 12/18/19

Katrina, Danny and family. So sorry for the loss of your mother. Praying for your family.

 

Mari Hickey posted on 12/18/19

Donna and family, So sorry for your loss. My love and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.

 

Taylor Cwayna posted on 12/18/19

I miss you dad ❤️

 

 

Toyinette Hall posted on 12/18/19

RIP Ray going to miss you Prayers gor family

 

CINDY posted on 12/17/19

MY BFF, I WILL MISS YOU DEARLY.

 

Peggy Rich posted on 12/17/19

I will never forget this dear dear friend! He was a mentor to David, plus a neighbor and beloved by both of us, as was Jean. His humor made our lives brighter and his joy of living was contagious. Now in Heaven with Jesus...and also with David...I'm so happy he and David can share again after being separated by so many yrs...as they wait for Jean and I to join them. Rest easy, but guy.

 

MICHAEL PORTER posted on 12/17/19

Kara and I were two peas in a pod in our youth, incl. high school and early college years. She was a wonderful person and didn't deserve to depart so untimely. I hope she's at peace with her frogs, gerbils, cats, dogs, birds, etc. The natural world lost an individual that showed it such kindness and compassion. I'll remember all the great experiences we had together. Mortality hits hard.

 

Larry & Ethel Kuhn posted on 12/17/19

Dear Jean and family, we are thinking and praying for you all as you say farewell to your husband, dad, grandpa and the beautiful memories you have in your hearts

 

Kyle and Angela Hicks posted on 12/17/19

To Carole and Paul, You have our prayers for Abba's abundant peace, Love and strength during this time. Blessings to you and your entire family.

 

Carol & Don LaBell posted on 12/17/19

Our life was a lot brighter with D daddy in it. He was always so sweet and kind to our family we really enjoyed when he would come to visit.

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 12/17/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Kevin J. Cwayna, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Army Veteran, Kevin J. Cwayna, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Howard Mayhew posted on 12/17/19

May memories of Kevin stay in our minds and hearts forever. RIP my friend

 

 

Maggie posted on 12/17/19

Rest in Peace Kevin, I will truly miss you bringing us coffee

 

 

Gene Henricks posted on 12/17/19

May the heavenly father be with you always

 

Sam and Monica Barnes posted on 12/17/19

Please accept our deepest condolences to you and your family Brian. We know your Dad is resting in the arms of the Lord. God Bless You dearly.

 

Richard Durden posted on 12/17/19

So very sorry to hear of Fred’s passing. He is in a better place with our Lord. My deepest condolences to the entire Edwards family.

 

Brigitte Hopkins-Frink posted on 12/17/19

Prayers to you and your family! He raised an amazing daughter!

 

Al and Linda Towne posted on 12/17/19

Dearest Gloria .... we are shocked and deeply saddened to hear about your sweet Daddy's passing. Please know that our love and prayers are with you and your your family at this difficult time. You are being held in our hearts. God bless your father as he joins the Angel's in Heaven.

 

Bob and Sheila McGarvey posted on 12/17/19

Praying for you all as you celebrate his wonderful life and support each other in the days ahead!! 69 years together is a long time and such a special legacy to leave behind.

 

Victoria Cross posted on 12/17/19

My prayers are with the family. My ex husband Archie and Kevin were friends for years and Army buddies

 

Ruth Cornell posted on 12/17/19

Thinking of you and praying for your family during this time. May the Lord bless you with His peace and comfort in the coming days. Nehemiah 8:10

 

Lana McKinney posted on 12/17/19

Malcolm, Lana McKinney and Family wish to send our love and prayers to all your family. Know we are lifting you up to share in his peace at this hard time. He was a great man of God as his family shows.

 

 

Ashley Lawrence posted on 12/17/19

Prayers to the family

 

Nancy Plemmons Craig posted on 12/17/19

I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Edwards passing. I have so many fond memories of living next door to the Edwards family. I know he will be sorely missed. My prayers are with all of you in this time of grieving and pray that our Lord and Savior surrounds you with His peace and comfort. Ellen, I think of you often and pray for you.

 

Joyce Keexh posted on 12/16/19

Jean and family I know you will keep Fred’s love and memories close to your heart. There was no kinder, fun loving, funny man. He loved his family and my gosh Jean he really really loved you. You two the perfect couple. Sending prayers.

 

Bob and Shirley Smith posted on 12/16/19

Have been thinking of you so much and praying for you and the family. We miss you and pray God's unending grace and peace during this time. We love you

 

Anne Brinkley posted on 12/16/19

My heart is heavy for his family but I know he is rejoicing with Jesus!

 

Denise Angelo posted on 12/16/19

Jean and Family, it is with much sadness and a heavy heart ❤️ that I read of this news, please know you have my deepest condolences and I will forever cherish our chats at Famous Uncle Al’s

 

Eunice Herko posted on 12/16/19

Sorry for your loss will keep you and your family in our prayers

 

 

Howard Mayhew posted on 12/16/19

RIP my friend

 

Ali posted on 12/16/19

Sincere condolences. May the fond memories you hold dear and the power of faith get you through this difficult time. Respectfully,

 

 

Betsy Kello posted on 12/16/19

Hope you're sitting on some heavenly beach in your flip flops sipping something tall and cold; god speed, old friend...

 

Julia Murray posted on 12/16/19

Gayle was beautiful lady. Kind and sweet. A lovely person. Sorry she has passed.

 

Susanna Wallace posted on 12/16/19

To Cathy and family, I'm so very sorry for the loss of your beautiful family member. Sending prayers and loving thoughts to you all.

 

Allison (Hogge) Hall posted on 12/16/19

To Jerry, Katrina, and Missy. Mary was such a nice lady and always so welcoming to me. Her love for and devotion to her family resonates clearly and strongly through the photos of the slideshow. You are blessed to have had the privilege of being given such a loving wife, mother, and grandmother. ,Please know you will be in my thoughts through the coming days and weeks. Wishing you peace and comforting memories, Allison

 

Gil Bantay posted on 12/16/19

Kara: Foremost, I want to thank everyone for the overwhelming amount of sentiments and loving support I’ve received for Kara in the past few days. I find comfort knowing Kara was loved and lucky to be amongst a supportive community of family and dear friends. Where can I begin? There are so many fond memories of Kara. I met Kara in college in Sept of 2000 when I apparently took her seat in a lab class. I moved over one spot, sat next to her, and she quickly delegated me as a lab materials “gopher” for the entire semester. As the semester continued, we shared so many stories, often humorous and corky and our friendship eventually grew stronger, and we eventually found ourselves spending a lot of time together. I was captivated by her sense of humor, gentleness, and warmth that she exuded. She was somewhat shy, but did not hesitate to quickly spew a clever sarcastic remark on the spot with perfect timing. She always kept me in check! She had an adventurous spirit, where skydiving, kayaking, and obstacle courses were involved. She was an avid CrossFitter who encouraged, pushed, and rooted for everyone. She believed everyone could be the best they can be. She often gravitated towards newer members who felt somewhat insecure. She wanted everyone to feel comfortable and confident. She was often found dancing, antagonizing me with incessant tickles, punches, pinched, playfully giving others a hard time, and simply giving her best effort. Then, she would work on other movements after class! CrossFit at 4:30 was our time, out therapy, and our playground to be together. It’s going to be tough not to see her beside me during that 1630 class. She was creative and imaginative in her arts and crafts. She often gave away countless handcrafted scarves and gifts, in which she spent hours to create. She made the best baked treats; and again, she often gave them to others to enjoy. She was selfless and generous to a fault. She always thought of others before herself and she would often express how guilty she would be, when she bought something for herself. She had a strong affinity for animals and nature. During a trip to NYC, I found she had more fun feeding squirrels with peanuts in the middle of Central Park than anything New York had to offer! Although she was allergic to animals, she loved them so much to have them as pets throughout her life. She even fed her “backyard” wildlife pets everyday with seed and peanuts. She believed that all living things had a purpose in life. Kara was a beautiful tender soul. She was kind, smart, loving, and compassionate. I miss her terribly.  She was my confidant, my love, my best friend, and I am lucky to have been part of her life. She lifted me in times when I was down, she always reminded me to be positive, always interjected a joke with a silly facial expression and definitely kept me in check. I will cherish the countless memories I have with Kara and I will miss her wholeheartedly. Until we meet again, I love you Kara.

 

Laura Davis posted on 12/15/19

Ray, we are so sorry to hear about Gayle. We always enjoyed your all's company. Gayle always such a kind and sweet person. Our love and prayers are with you!

 

 

Brandi Cooper posted on 12/15/19

May your soul have peace & tranquility as you transition from the physical to the spiritual... Amen

 

 

Terri posted on 12/15/19

My prayers are with you Ronnie, Judy and all of Mrs. Bodnar’s family. I am blessed to have enjoyed the company of your family around the supper table and the Christmas tree in years past, always with Ronnie’s mom busily making sure everyone had food, iced tea and love. Her love of family will never be surpassed.

 

 

Norma Balster posted on 12/15/19

My prayers and thoughts are with the entire Bodnar family. Eleanor was an amazing lady. She loved the Lord. She was proud of every member of her family. Eleanor loved everyone she met. I was blessed to be part of her life. Eleanor will live on in our memories forever May the Lord grant you peace and comfort now and always Love you all Norma Balster

 

Valerie Hohenberger posted on 12/15/19

Lynn and family, I was shocked to hear of Jimbo's passing. I pray that it was as quick and relatively painless as possible. Lynn, my heart goes out to you as you navigate this dark time. Call me anytime you want to talk. I know, I've been there, RECENTLY!!

 

Vanessa Rodowicz posted on 12/14/19

Dear Ray, I was saddened to hear of Gayle's passing. From cocktails at the condo to joining us for Friday pizza she truly added a spark! My deepest condolences to you and your family. She has good company, Michele is whooping it up with her. All my love

 

Robert and Ellie posted on 12/14/19

Our Memories of Jimmy for the little time we have know. Have been always with a smile and fun to josh with! He help my husband but in a door and every time I look at the door I think of Jimmy coming to our rescue! LYNN you know we love you and wish you the best! And my house looks terrible! May God Bless you always! My heart goes out to LYNN and Jimmy’s Family at this time of grief. God Bless All

 

Andrew Canellas & Bobbi Canellas posted on 12/14/19

So sorry that Gail has left us....but God just acquired a new Angel! She was one of the sweetest friends we ever had. She left a trail of sincerity and goodness wherever she went; can never recall even a tiny moment in which she displayed one iota of selfishness or pettiness. So many of us will truly miss her in countless ways, especially her dear husband Ray who moved mountains to keep her, but let us not begrudge God for adding a lovely Angel.

 

 

Leyetta Dant Mcconaghy posted on 12/14/19

Best dance partner I ever had at Knights Club. Have thought of you often. RIP

 

robert suleski posted on 12/14/19

Donna and I enjoyed having a great and friendly neighbor as gayle. My fondest memory of her was loving on our german shepherd Lena whenever they met in the hallway in the condo. With sincerest sympathy.

 

Bob Korfin posted on 12/14/19

Ray, We are so sorry for your loss. Gayle fought a courageous fight and now she is at rest. God will always know how attentive a husband you have been. In time, I hope you will be filled with memories of Gayle in happier days. May Gayle's memory serve as a blessing and may she rest in peace...

 

Michael, Jane Wells & family posted on 12/14/19

Our family is keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers. Hugs to Carrie and Aunt Shelba......

 

Antonio Rollins posted on 12/14/19

I can remember Melvina’s beautiful singing voice. Singing ‘Ain’t No Way’ by Aretha Franklin way back in 1968, I think it was. Also, no one could beat her in jack rocks. I hope everyone has a fond memory of her. I have many...

 

Rika posted on 12/14/19

I go days thinking of you. Thinking of how when I visited you and you'd be sleeping and I didn't want to wake you. How I had so much to talk to you about and how I felt because nobody understood me like you did. I think about how now it's to late to wake you. I wonder where you are in this world because you haven't visited me yet. I think about how if you would have just come back home things could have been different. I wanted to spend my birthday with you but things don't always go as plan. At least I got to spend time with you for your birthday The bear I got you just sit in my car so at least I have that with me. I'm sorry this happened to you and I'm sorry we couldn't communicate the way we wanted before you left. I love you so much daddy. Rest well

 

Pat & Jim Lyddan posted on 12/13/19

Gayle was an amazing lady. She was always volunteering and was exceptional in all the clubs and activities she joined. We meet Gayle and Bucky in January 1966. They are two of our closest friends even though our lives took different paths. We celebrated several New Year’s Eve’s together, The Haley’s residence , the Brown Hotel, Louisville, Ky and Highland Country Club, Indianapolis, IN. Gayle was with me in labor for our second daughter, Lindsey and Gayle and Bucky are Her Godparents. We celebrated many Derby’s together and attended Anita Madden’s Derby Party in Lexington, KY. We have many memories of trips to Newport News,Hilton Head, and Naples, FL. We will miss her sweet smile and can do attitude. Rest in pease Miss Gayle, you deserve it. ❤️❤️

 

Karen and Bill Durham posted on 12/13/19

One of the sweetest ladies we have had the fortune of entering our lives. Gayle was a true Angel. The Heavens are clearly rejoicing at the entrance of the Special Lady! How blessed we all were knowing her!

 

 

Angie D Todd posted on 12/13/19

I love and miss you more than you'll ever know. Thank you for your talks and sharing your wisdom; I'll forever be in your debt. Thank you Ms. Phyllis.

 

Bambos Charalambous posted on 12/13/19

Kara, You left us so suddenly from this life I did not have time to say goodbye, to give you one more hug, bring you more rocks from Cyprus, or to greed you with a head nod that only you could make. Thank you for being a part of my life all these years. I may have never told you but you were one of a kind. A ray of light full of kindness and love. Just know you had a lot of people who cared and loved you more than you ever knew. Keep smiling girl and I hope wherever you are your spirit is at peace and eternal. RIP

 

 

Sandi "Farmer" Fortier posted on 12/13/19

Steve and I grew up together in Dale Homes. We were good friends. I am so sorry to hear of his passing. Please accept my condolences. RIP Steve.

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 12/13/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Richard Leonard Staub, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Coast Guard Veteran, Richard Leonard Staub, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Marty Riggs posted on 12/13/19

Dear Perrotta Family. I was looking for something else and came across Joe’s obituary. I am so sorry . We were kids and friends in Ely Village. I stayed friends with Sandy untill she passed away. I am still friends with the rest of the group who hung out together. I will tell them and I can safely pass along their heartfelt sympathies for your family. Even though I had not seen Joe for far too many years, I lost family with his and Sandy’s passing.

 

Rose & Bill McAree posted on 12/12/19

Ina and Families - Rose and Bill send our respects in Richard's passing. We loved him.

 

Cyndee & Tyler Ford & The Dreamlawns Family posted on 12/12/19

We would like to extend our deepest sympathies for your loss. Our office is across the street from Sheldon's company, Lava, and we just saw one of the Lava company trucks with the lettering in his memory. The news hit close to the heart, as we lost our company's owner, Mike, in June to cancer as well. We just wanted to write today to say we're truly sorry to hear that such a great guy is no longer with us, and for your loss. If there's anything we can do to help ease the pain of Sheldon's passing, please let us know.

 

Mike Payment posted on 12/12/19

Marion and I met in 2009 and our friendship grew over the years. We found out we had a lot in common. Same birth year, graduated from HS in 1982 and she knew my father while they both worked at MHI. She loved being involved with our community. We served as County Commissioners together and on the Currituck Kids board. I am glad I had this time to have Marion as my friend. She will be missed dearly on earth.

 

Mary Wade Misner posted on 12/12/19

Henry and I were very close, even though we didn't live close or see each other often. Henry (Hank) was also especially to my daughter Kristine Sever, who when she was younger spent her summers in Newport News at her Grandmothers. She and Uncle were ever close and I am so happy they got another chance to see each other at Thanksgiving time. I talked to him at that time and he was so happy to see her again. Kristine and I spent some time with Henry, Barbara and the boys this summer and I know it cheered Henry up to see Krissy (as he called her). We had some good visits. Rest in Peace dear brother, you are so loved.

 

Diane Previtire posted on 12/12/19

I just learned about Mary’s death. Mary was my church buddy at Ascension. She loved my granddaughter Gabby, and was always so kind to us. I moved to Ohio in 2015 and have thought of Mary often. I’m sorry for your lose. Mary was a very special lady.

 

[email protected] posted on 12/12/19

Ilsa Pacheco

 

Diana and Ken Williams posted on 12/11/19

Tammy and family our prayers are with you. We love you

 

 

Suzanne Davis posted on 12/11/19

Janet and I became friends about 7 years ago. She was such a special lady my kids loved going to visit her. We did her yard work and the kids would help and play in the yard and she would set on the front porch and talk to them. She always spoke very highly of her sons Owen and Blake. We are going to really miss her. We loved her very much.

 

Berto & Anabeth posted on 12/11/19

RIP GRANDMA. YOU WILL BE MISSED

 

Rose Wallace posted on 12/11/19

Marion was taken way too soon. You will always be in my heart. Never to be forgotten. You were like another daughter to my mom and another mother to my daughter Jessica. We love you Marion. Fly high Cupcake !!

 

fay posted on 12/11/19

Not sure if this is the right person, but we work together at Farm fresh in Chesapeake we have remained friends for years and I hope that this is not him. Great guy

 

 

Rie Camba posted on 12/11/19

Kevin: My deepest condolences to you and your family for the loss of your father. I trust that you and your family have many happy memories of him to comfort you all. “Perhaps they are not the stars, but rather openings in Heaven, where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy.”

 

Joe & Pam Mannix posted on 12/11/19

we are sorry for such a great loss. Praying for our Heavenly Father to comfort and keep you all. May the Lord bless you and encourage your hearts each day.

 

Julie Casper posted on 12/11/19

Kara was kind, quirky, funny, whole hearted, witty, loving and the truest friend anyone could have. I will miss her forever and her memory will live in my heart forever.

 

Les & Carolyn Litchfield posted on 12/11/19

We are holding you in prayer In this most trying time! May THE LORD grant you grace to endure and to be sustained; and may others around you see the grace only HE gives: "We sorrow not as those who have no hope!"

 

Kelly and Lily Jackson-Colonial Baptist Church posted on 12/11/19

Praying for you and your family . We love you in the Lord

 

Christina York Caffarel posted on 12/11/19

Grandma give Grandpa, Grammy, & Mommy a huge hug from me...I will miss you everyday & think about all the amazing things we shared...Thank you for being the THE BEST GRANDMA IN THE WORLD...I love you

 

The Carter Family posted on 12/11/19

Our deepest condolences to your family, you all are in your prayers

 

Michael Bishop posted on 12/11/19

Sorry we can`t be with you in your time of sorrow but we are thinking about you and the family Tammy .

 

 

Ashley Strickland posted on 12/11/19

I know you are flying high with the ones you love... You will be greatly missed.

 

Liz Vambell posted on 12/11/19

I totally got Kara’s quick sense of humor… Just very very funny… One of the kindest people I’ve ever met… I feel comforted knowing that the rainbow bridge tonight has somebody like Kara to oversee all those beautiful beautiful animals have gone before us… Anybody that knew her was blessed… Very talented a great cook just so many things she could do she lived life to the fullest… And her smile will always bring you up… My heart goes out to Dana and Kara‘s family… I know the hole that is left in your heart will not be filled… But please know having her in your life was a true true blessing and let all the memories fill your heart remember all the times… I know how special she was and how special she made others feel… Heavens newest angel… Is top notch… And though she will be missed greatly there is comfort in knowing she is overlooking all of us especially her family, friends and her furbabies. We may never understand why… But the one thing we do now is how blessed we all were for having her in our life or for knowing her… She was a true example of a wonderful and caring human being!! God bless Dana and the rest of her family…!!

 

Dorissa Pitts-Paige posted on 12/11/19

You either got Kara's sense of humor or didn't...there was no in-between. She always knew how to make every situation light-hearted. Kara and I defected from City of Norfolk Department of Utilities and found our way to HRSD. Kara was such a pleasure to work with for 15 years that I knew her. She will truly be missed.

 

 

Roberta Balian posted on 12/11/19

Our prayers are with Sheldon that he has peace with our God. That Our God will protect Carrie and their unborn child and give Carrie the strength she will need in the future raising her children.

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 12/10/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Henry Nazer Wade, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Veteran, Henry Nazer Wade, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Debby Goodwin posted on 12/10/19

I worked with Marion back in the day at MHI. She was such a joyful happy soul. I am so shocked to hear of her passing. The only thought is that is is now in the loving arms of our Savior.

 

Petra posted on 12/10/19

I wish I could put my arms around you and tell you everything is going to be okay. I may not have been your mother, but you were one of my children and I can't even begin to tell you the hole you left in our lives. I love you baby girl and you are so missed, there are no words.. just a gasping for air whenever I think of your face. A big part of EVERYONE died Friday... You will forever be loved Robin.

 

 

Michael S posted on 12/10/19

Rest In Peace

 

April Cooke posted on 12/10/19

Please accept my sincerest condolences. I knew Kara through HRSD, she was such an amazing person, so funny and kind to everyone. She will be deeply missed.

 

Jules Robichaud posted on 12/10/19

Sincere condolences to your family and closest friends. Your 'work family' will remember your sense of humor and kind spirit, and will miss you also.

 

Bridget posted on 12/10/19

My deepest sympathies to the whole family at this time. Love and miss her much!

 

Cindy Whisenant posted on 12/10/19

I had the privilege of meeting Marion on Saturday evening November 30th, with introduction by Tonya Darden as we celebrated Christmas, fellowship, and friends. Marion’s vivacious personality kept us laughing as we each took turns to share about ourselves. The news of Marion’s passing from Tonya Friday morning was such a shock and I’m unable to imagine how her family and those close to her feel at this time, especially so close to Christmas. Losing my dad on December 12th, 1994, saddens me but I also rejoice each day for his life, the legacy he left, and I thank God for the love of Christ’s birth. I also thank God that I was able to meet Marion, share many laughs, and share a hug as wishing her Merry Christmas and safe travels. May Christ’s peace and love be with each of you during this difficult time.

 

Amber Mobley posted on 12/10/19

Robin, you will be missed by many! I have so many great memories with you and sweet Finn. You were very loved! I pray that you find peace in the afterlife. Thank you for being such a kind soul.❤️

 

Mallory Webb posted on 12/10/19

Gramma you will be missed <3

 

Heidi LaBlue posted on 12/10/19

I know you were greeted by all the animals you loved who crossed over before you ! My thoughts and prayers go to all yours friends and family. Far too young !

 

 

Bonnie Lee Miley posted on 12/10/19

May your light continue to shine bright and surround those left behind.

 

Karen Shackley posted on 12/10/19

Marion was once my boss and I enjoyed working for her. I don’t remember her not having a smile on her face. She was kind-hearted , giving, and a fun person. Rest In Peace, Marion! You’ll be missed.

 

Maryann pacheco posted on 12/10/19

You was such an amazing person. For those couple months we lived together with china, those were the best days of my life! We stood everyday together. We were inseparable!!! From nights in the doll house, to sleeping on the floor in the empty master bedroom in my house. I wish we would go back in time and just live in those days again. Just the other day me and my mom was cracking up, thinking about the times you would call me a mexican for no reason. Just because you knew I would get upset. You always knew how to make a person laugh and just have an amazing time. I know one day we will meet again. And when we do, I can't wait to see that beautiful big smile. Your memories will forever live long. Thanks for being a really good friend, and amazing mother. Sleep in paradise Robin #siprobin.

 

Alex Kalac posted on 12/9/19

You were a bright light in a very dark world... I'll miss you more than words could express. You left a mark of beauty and love on every soul you came into contact with. Your character was unforgettable and eternally unique. I am so very sad to see you go Robin, but i am happy that you are at peace. I will miss you more than words can convey and more than humankind can possibly comprehend. Until we meet again.

 

Mollie Page posted on 12/9/19

I feel honored to have known Charlie. He was such a sweetheart and he gave great hugs.

 

Dorothy Howell posted on 12/9/19

Marion was one of the sweetest people I knew. Marion was always with a smile on her face. You never saw her when she did not speak and give you a Hug. I guess God needed another Angel.

 

 

Clint and Kimberly Stevens posted on 12/9/19

Robin, May the Lord wrap you in his arms and keep you until we see you again! We are thankful you were our Grandson's Mommy and we will take good care of him for you. We love you and appreciate your gentle and kind heart, always so thoughtful and sweet, no matter what. God bless sweetie. Rest in Peace. With love, The Stevens Family

 

April posted on 12/9/19

My very sweet friend.... I received the heartbreaking the night that we lost you and I feel like part of me has gone with you. Our world and community and has lost one of the most genuine loving and selfless people I have ever met. God bless you dear sweet friend. Heaven definitely has a whirlwind spirit added, but we miss you and will always love you. I’m sorry I can’t rejoice that you are with your savior because I am selfish and want you here with your beautiful smile and beautiful spirit. Thank you for all you have done for Currituck Kids charity and for all you have done for the thousands of people you have helped.

 

Sharon Cook posted on 12/9/19

Marion was a light in her life's encounters. She was always passionate about whatever she was doing, no matter how big or small. Marion will live in every life she touched, because lives were never the same once one experienced her friendship. Marion is with her Savior and our loss is her gain. My thoughts and prayers are with her loved ones left here to cherish her memory.

 

 

Gloria Bradley posted on 12/9/19

May your fond memories heal your hearts ♥️ Charlie was always happy no matter what I’m glad I got to meet him. May he Rest In Peace

 

Dalton Wolffe posted on 12/9/19

You always had a smile that could light up anyone’s day and always knew the words that anyone needed to hear, I’m going to miss you so much, you and you family will be in my hearts ❤️

 

Eric Vaughn posted on 12/9/19

Gary was one of the nicest guys I had the privilege of meeting and always was a good conversationalist anytime I was at the house. My prayers go out to Mrs. Bush, Kevin and Stacey

 

Brenda price frame posted on 12/9/19

I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN PROUD THAT CHARLIE WAS MY BROTHER AND I WILL MISS HIM FOREVER.

 

Samantha posted on 12/9/19

Thanks for always be a great friend with a beautiful smile on your face

 

Troy Tripamer posted on 12/9/19

My deepest sympathy to Linda and family. I loved Charlie and his wit. The two of us would try to do each other with funny sayings but Charlie always won. My prayers for him and Linda.

 

Ashley Reid posted on 12/9/19

One of the few originals from the area always living life to the fullest and bringing light to others around you. You’ll be missed by so many. You might be gone but the soul lives forever. My condolences to the family.

 

Jennifer Connolly posted on 12/9/19

Marion was truly a beautiful, giving soul. Her selfless work within the community will be a significant loss. RIP

 

al Mailhes Jr posted on 12/9/19

Just as if we are freshmen again in 1959 at Va. Beach High School: " Made you look!" RIP old friend.

 

Mollie Page posted on 12/9/19

Charlie always made me smile! And he gave great hugs. I’m honored to have known him. My prayers are with Linda and the family.

 

Mollie Page posted on 12/9/19

Charlie had a great small and gave great hugs. So grateful to have known him.

 

Corbin posted on 12/9/19

Robin ,you were one of the first people i met when i was in 9th grade at tallwlod. I littterly just saw you a few weeks ago.you will be missed. Fly high buddy

 

Russ Darden posted on 12/9/19

I have never met a more positive and warm hearted person than Marion. She was truly a blessing to anyone that was her friend. I treasure the times and memories with her, and I have no doubt she is in the arms of our savior.

 

Sandee Marshall posted on 12/9/19

I am sorry to hear about Charlie. He was such a sweet and faithful man. I’ll keep you in my Thoughts and prayers. With love,

 

Jimmy and Rosie Reid posted on 12/9/19

I remember when your mom married Uncle Duck, they were happy and full of love for everyone. Aunt Barbara will be missed by all who knew her. She showed love to everyone. I also share in memories of Aunt Barbara. Mary, Scott, Kelly and Becky rest in the peace she is now with her heavenly Father. God bless you and the whole family.

 

Riley Bodner posted on 12/9/19

So sorry to hear about Gary passing. He always had a smile on his face, was a hard worker and always had a kind word for everyone. He will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Judy Anderson posted on 12/8/19

I am blessed that I had Marion as a friend. It didn't matter what was happening in our lives; Marion always made it positive and with a smile to share with everyone. I will miss Marion but I will always know that she is in a much better place than we are. I love you Marion.

 

Cathy Davison posted on 12/8/19

Marion was a true gift to all that had the pleasure to know her. She embraced life and her friends with generosity and enthusiasm that was contagious. I value her dear friendship and looked forward to going to NYC in the spring with her. I will miss her so very much. I pray for her family and all her beloved friends, may you feel the peace that Marion made a difference in so many lives and she will be greatly cherished.

 

 

Aunt Linda and Joseph posted on 12/8/19

OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO BOTH OF YOU.

 

Missy Thomas posted on 12/8/19

There aren’t enough words to describe Marion’s friendship. She was a light through everything, good or bad. We will all miss her terribly, but will also carry a part of her in us. Her spirit will always live on. Love You Marion!

 

Karrie posted on 12/8/19

You will be in all of our hearts always and a part of you lives on in your precious son Finn ❤️.

 

Paul Krug posted on 12/8/19

To The Bush family, I only knew Gary for only 10 sort years as a co-worker @ PWC Naval Navel Base, Norfolk before leaving the area & state. But in those few years, Gary always provided me the right kind of advice I needed to resolve most problems. I will always remember him as a good co-worker and a good person. I extend my sympathy and may you always hold fond memories of your times together.

 

Huey Warnick posted on 12/8/19

So sorry to hear about Gary and for your loss! Gary and I worked for years and I had the privilege of working and being his Supervisor for several years! Gary and I were Friends and Co-Workers! We will be praying for you and God’s comfort at this difficult time! The Family will be in our thoughts and prayers!

 

Corey Schultz posted on 12/8/19

Everywhere we went we introduced eachother as brother and sister. We laughed together, cried together and lived life to the fullest together. You had the most beautiful soul and always helped out everyone you could. You will forever remain in my heart and in my mind. I love you always and forever little bird. May your soul fly on through infinity.

 

 

Joey Depollo posted on 12/8/19

You are going to be deeply missed

 

Mindy Tarrant posted on 12/8/19

So Sorry for your loss,your mom was such a sweet woman.prayers and hugs to everyone in the family.

 

Ben & Linda Bush posted on 12/8/19

He was the best brother anyone could ever ask for!

 

Jenna Arnold posted on 12/8/19

My best friend. Forever my other half I will love and miss you for an eternity. I'm so sorry for her family's loss as she brought light and joy than no other could. She is deeply missed by all. ♡

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 12/8/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of William D. Miller, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Reserve Veteran, William D. Miller, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 12/8/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Charles E. Price, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Marine Veteran, Charles E. Price, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

 

Becky posted on 12/8/19

Best mom/friend I could ever have had!

 

Sarah (Will) Nackos posted on 12/8/19

So many fond memories of Charlie! He always had a kind word to say and a big hug to give. He truly was a light to the world. So thankful for the blessed reassurance to be able to hug him again one day.

 

 

A. Marine posted on 12/8/19

Semper Fi Marine, Rip.

 

Deb Rainey posted on 12/8/19

I am so sorry for your loss. As you know, your house was my second home growing up! I will miss her. Sending love and prayers to you all.

 

Leesa W Lineberry posted on 12/8/19

I'm so sorry. He was such a nice Man. Mom really loved him.

 

Nelson R. Garrett,Sr. posted on 12/8/19

Cynthia, sorry to hear that Ann passed way. She, LC and Lynn have been my friends for many, many years. Rest in peace dear friend.

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 12/8/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Gary Eugene Bush, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Veteran, Gary Eugene Bush, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Ricky Rogers posted on 12/8/19

Charlie was such a sweet gentle soul he was a comedian at times with saying and jokes being sometimes and life of the party or should I say the family junction, I will truly miss him I know I have seen him in quite a while does not change my memories, I know he is in God’s kingdom now rejoicing with other family members and friends.

 

 

Lolita Purter posted on 12/7/19

My condolences

 

 

Jeremy, Jackie, Lydia and Eleanor posted on 12/7/19

Gary always had a way to make us smile, whether it was a silly joke or a goofy story. There was an ease about him that we couldn't help but feel welcome. He enriched the lives of so many and will be deeply missed. We love you Gary.

 

Gwyn Sleeper posted on 12/7/19

Mr. Tommy brought joy to everyone that knew him especially the children. We will miss him but we are comforted in knowing that he had a relationship with Jesus and is with Him now in eternity!

 

Jim and Linda King posted on 12/7/19

We are so very sorry and sad learning of the passing of Gary. Our hearts and prayers go out to Sandy and family. We will always have the memories of the good times we had with Gary.

 

David and MaryAnne Englehart posted on 12/7/19

We are so sorry and sad for the loss of Gary. Sending our heartfelt sympathies, love and prayers for peace and comfort to all of you.

 

Paul Casano posted on 12/7/19

To The Bush family, I extend my heartfelt sympathy and may you always hold fond memories of your times together.

 

Chuck & Denise Tomkinson posted on 12/7/19

So very sorry to learn of Gary's passing. Praying for comfort, for all of you, at this very difficult time.

 

Andy Gray posted on 12/6/19

Very sorry to hear about his passing. Prayers to the entire family.

 

 

Todd Robinson posted on 12/6/19

Miss you sweet sister! Your candle will always be bright in our hearts. Love you always.

 

Linda Paul posted on 12/6/19

It didn't take long for Tommy and me to realize we had both been at UNC. So of course we always chatted about the school and a favorite eating spot there. He would fill me in on game details, especially if I had only seen part of a game. We had such fun teasing each other about his great dislike for Duke and my partial devotion to them. Tommy was a ray of sunshine at church, always encouraging others. He will surely be missed.

 

Elizabeth Johnson posted on 12/6/19

We are so thankful forTommy. He was such a light and blessing to everyone at Ov Church, especially the kids would light up when they walked through the doors and saw him. He was known as the candy man and would also bless people with special gifts on their birthdays. He had such a big heart for loving like Jesus and for Jesus. Now he is held in Jesus our Lords presence.

 

Breana Perkins posted on 12/6/19

My condolences to the family

 

Chantel Sterns posted on 12/6/19

My husband and father of my kids i love and miss you rest in heaven.

 

Barbara Crumb posted on 12/6/19

I worked with Boyd issuing purchase orders for the work he did at St. Joe Container Co. He was a fine gentleman. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

 

Loretta Barnard posted on 12/6/19

Sincerest sympathy for you and your family during this time. Your are in my thoughts and prayers. ~"Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning." Trust In Him "God is close to the brokenhearted." Psalms 34:18

 

July posted on 12/6/19

Remember fishing in Buxton and camping at Frisco Woods. He was a cool dude! July and Kevin

 

Raymond Heim posted on 12/6/19

Very sorry for your loss Kelly, Scott an the the rest of the family. I know it's hard an it never gets easier I know. As long as she's in your hearts she will always be with you . Your friend always Ray.

 

 

Auda (Pawlished Pooches) posted on 12/6/19

Pam, Jen, and family. My heart is broken for you. I am so very sorry for the loss of your beloved husband, father. Randy was a great man. I enjoyed our chats when coming to visit the pups. Your family is in my thoughts. May he rest peacefully.

 

Holly Leaman posted on 12/5/19

Carolyn and sons, my deepest condolences are with you at this difficult time. May God bless all of you.

 

Rickie D Baldivia posted on 12/5/19

Rest in peace my good man. I wool always remember working with you and you kindness. You were a great friend and colleague. May your family always remember your kindness and smile, I will.

 

Lisa Chalkley posted on 12/5/19

I'm so sorry to hear this. He always greeted me with a smile and a hug. Prayers of comfort for you all.

 

Gary and Joyce Zwirschitz posted on 12/5/19

Pam and Family. “May a fragrant breeze dry your tears and ease your sorrow and weeping for your loved one rests in the Lord’s embrace and tender, loving keeping” Thinking of you and thankful you have so many wonderful memories of Randy. God love and bless you all

 

Yashica M James posted on 12/5/19

My Condolences to the family and friends of Mr. Barton.

 

Carlotta Berhold posted on 12/4/19

Victor was my brother and one of the sweetest and loving individuals I've ever known. A very fond and early memory was a gift of a set of girlie toiletries (my first) - so thoughtful and kind. Love you, dear heart.

 

Chalethia Tabb posted on 12/4/19

Ronnie you will be missed by all of us here at Envisions day support program.

 

Scott and Lynn posted on 12/4/19

Boyd Harris left us a challenging legacy. His work ethic was beyond reproach. Dad started Harris Contracting with no previous experience as a business owner. His motivation was love for his family. He was determined to provide them with the most comfortable life possible and he succeeded. Dad was a giver. He always gave more than he received. He made himself available anytime friends or family asked for his help. There was nothing Dad couldn't fix! In spite of his many accomplishments, however, he was always humble! Dad was trustworthy and honest to a fault. He never felt entitled to anything he had not earned. He worked long hours and rarely complained. If he did complain, it was always warranted. Dad was a man of few words. He led by example with kindness and respect. The legacy he left us speaks of working hard to accomplish your goals. It speaks of loyalty and love toward family and friends. And through his selfless actions, Dad always made sure that others enjoyed the fruits of his labor as much or more than he did! It is an honor and a privilege to be able to call Boyd Harris, Dad. Until we meet again, rest in eternal peace. Scott and Lynn Son and Daughter-in- law

 

 

Marika Goode posted on 12/4/19

Still struggling with losing you but I know you are in a better place. My brother forever and always, love you!! Rest easy. “Yeah”

 

Linda Kerlin posted on 12/4/19

Ronnie was so special. He always had a smile to share with you. He will be missed. I'm sure he is having fun in heaven.

 

Michael and Pamela Murray posted on 12/4/19

Carolyn and family, We are so sorry for your loss. Boyd was such a lovely man. Mike shares so many memories of relaxing on the porch with Boyd deep in conversation, or fixing the computer. How you all changed our lives when you sold us the property so many years ago. We remember him fondly. Into Gods arms Boyd.

 

 

Jack Elder posted on 12/4/19

Our thoughts are with Aunt Pam, Peggy, Jennifer and Melanie. Uncle Randy was a great guy and will be missed in this world.

 

Samuel W. Beason posted on 12/4/19

Steve went out of his way to help me with pole climbing when I started work as a technician at the phone company. He was an exemplary teacher and knew his craft well. He also cherished his friendships with people, and did all he could to do right by his fellow beings. He had trials and struggles, but most of all a noble heart. I will miss him greatly!

 

Ciara Holley posted on 12/4/19

My heart breaks for your family! Love you no more pain! Thank you for the laughs and always being truthful. My heart is aching for your children and you mother! That’s all I got I’m so filled with tears!

 

Uncle Jim Burket posted on 12/4/19

What fun we had together many times with all the Jimmys. Two Prados and one Burket. When someone called for Jimmy, all three of us would respond.

 

Mary Oakes posted on 12/3/19

Carolyn and family, My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. I know you will draw strength from your faith in Jesus Christ. Tom and Mary Oakes

 

Laura Sisson posted on 12/3/19

Michael, So sorry to hear of the loss of your brother...good part..he is in heaven. I will keep you and your family in my prayers. May God hold your family close to His heart and comfort you all.

 

Al Schnitzer posted on 12/3/19

I knew Tommy many many years ago, when he live with Curtis Todd in West Ocean View. We had many good times back in the day. My condolences to the family.

 

Al Schnitzer posted on 12/3/19

I knew Tommy many years ago, when he lived in West Ocean View with Curtis Todd. We had many good times back in the day. My condolences to the family. May he rest in peace.

 

William Cooper posted on 12/2/19

Dear Patsy and family, Eileen joins me in expressing our sincerest sympathies at your loss of Nick. We had a previous engagement and could not make his services. Know that you and your family are in our prayers and thoughts. We have fond memories of both you and Nick a truly exemplary and fun couple. Love, Billy and Eileen

 

Lou Caretta posted on 12/2/19

Didn't know Phil too long, but I thought this guy was a great person. Always had a nice thing to say about my music and always made it a point to come out and hear me play at the club. I will miss you Phil. Thanks for your friendship.

 

John X Aragona posted on 12/2/19

Nick was a good man and I was proud to call him my friend.

 

Cory and Brook Hunger posted on 12/2/19

May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead. Our most sincere condolences.

 

Carlton and Tammy Bowyer posted on 12/2/19

Patsy, you and your wonderful family are in our thoughts and prayers with the passing of our dear, dear friend Nick. Our memories of traveling out of town to football games and the many laughs we shared with you and Nick bring big smiles. However, Carlton's special memories of Nick began much earlier and included fun memories of Rene and Stephen. Dining at the King was a regular routine for us and it came with the bonus of more fond memories of the Michael clan. Always you and Nick remained the ideal couple, the fun couple and the couple of adoration. Our hearts are broken knowing a cherished friend has passed and the world is now not quite as much fun. Please know that we are with you in thought and prayer, even though we must miss Nick's service due to our health situation. Love you, Patsy!!

 

Debra Fink posted on 12/2/19

Patsy and Family. We are sorry for your loss. Thoughts and Prayers are with you all. Debby and Bill

 

Michael and mary Blakeslee posted on 12/2/19

RIP Bill you were always a gentleman. Sorry for your loss to the entire kuse family

 

 

Sharon Loomis posted on 12/2/19

My condolences to the entire family. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Emma Sanders posted on 12/2/19

My sincere condolences to you and your family!

 

Ali Harper posted on 12/2/19

Simply my Homeboy,,,,,,,,,Condolence to Family and Friends

 

Pam Fisher posted on 12/2/19

Dawn and Family, I am very sorry for your loss of BJ. I remember his laughter and kindness. I remember my first car purchase, he sold me Dawn’s old Datsun, I drove that car everywhere! I have deep respect for him as a Soldier and a friend, I have pain in my heart of his passing. Farewell Shipmate until we meet again RIP❤️

 

Kay Stewart posted on 12/2/19

Aunt Dorothy was the sweetest! She had such a giving nature, patient and always kind. I was so fortunate to have grown up next door to her and her family. I will never forget summer days when my Mama and Aunt Dorothy would pack sandwiches and us cousins would pile into the back of her red truck and head for a day at Lake Geneva. So many fun times!

 

Betsy and Kenny Todd posted on 12/2/19

Patsy We are so sad to hear of Nicki’s passing! Big hugs and love to you and your dear family!

 

 

Patti and Scott Gandy posted on 12/2/19

Nick was one of the kindest, most sincere people we have ever had the privilege of knowing. We have many fond memories of Nick. Especially laughing lots during long bike rides. But one of our fondest memories is his infectious smile. You couldn't help but smile when he did. Patsy and family, we are so very very sorry for your loss.

 

Rachel (Turpin) Everett posted on 12/2/19

My 1rst love n husband, father of my kids u will be truly missed Boogie u will always have a place in my heart

 

Nink-Nink posted on 12/2/19

Crying as I type this. I’m going to miss you daddy

 

Lasandra Sue Williams posted on 12/2/19

On behalf of our family, I extend our sincere condolences to all of his loved ones. He will be missed.

 

 

Angelo Turpin posted on 12/2/19

Love you Rap! Rest easy Bro!

 

Connie Simpson Dillon posted on 12/2/19

Not a memory does not include your family. I am heartbroken. Please contact me. 775 544 9552

 

 

Delores Mitchell posted on 12/2/19

My sincere condolences to the family

 

 

Dianewaller posted on 12/2/19

We the Holt family send our deepest condolences to the family of Michael Turpin! May he rest with the angels now

 

Jemika (little sis) posted on 12/1/19

Farewell my big brother you will forever be in my heart I love you and I’m thankful to have had you as my brother I know you are in a better place up there in heaven with pops

 

 

Shandra and Kenneth Bryant posted on 12/1/19

Lord may my cuzin Rest in peace no we words can Ecpress how we feel love u sorry I couldn't attend !medical reasons but u are in my heart I think of u everday cuz! Will see u again someday love u Boogie ACB.

 

Gina & Ron Morton posted on 12/1/19

I am very sad to hear of Nicky's passing. I remember working at King of the Sea when Papu and YaYa were alive. The family values were strong then, and I know will continue to be now at this difficult time. To the entire family, I know Nicky's memories will stay alive in each of you and God will bless you at this time.

 

Joan Russell posted on 12/1/19

Dorothy So sorry to hear of your Mother's passing. May the good memories bring a smile on your face and warm your heart. Joan Tripp Russell Classmate

 

Mary Benn & John Failes posted on 12/1/19

Please know that Patsy and all the family are in our thoughts and prayers with the loss of dear Nick- such a special person! He will be missed by SO many.

 

Joy & John Richardson & family posted on 12/1/19

Dorothy & Dan: You are in our thoughts & prayers at the loss of your mother. It's a sad time but also one of rejoicing that she is at peace with her Lord May God grant you comfort & peace in the days ahead. XO

 

 

Peggy Council Wilson posted on 11/30/19

Mrs.Simmons was my bus driver when I was in first grade.Her son Sonny was in my class Ms Waterfield,she had to bring him into the classroom every morning.And he would scream and scream when she left him.I never forgot that nor having her as my bus driver.Now I am a bus driver for Portsmouth and have been for 45 years.I guess it rubbed off.I know she will be missed

 

Nancy Strong posted on 11/30/19

Dorothy and Dan, Our condolences to you on the loss of your mother. May God comfort you both during this difficult time. William and Nancy Strong

 

 

Christopher Steward posted on 11/30/19

Rest easy uncle Dre. I will miss you. Much love, Chris

 

Jimmy Mays posted on 11/30/19

Prayers and well wishes during this trying time to the Eichelberger family.

 

Capt JB Dadson, USN ( Ret) posted on 11/30/19

Dear Patsy, Stephen, Rene and family, Please accept my sincere condolences. I am proud to have had Nicki as one of my dear friends and truly blessed to have so many great memories of our fun times together. You are all in my thoughts and prayers and my heart goes out to each of you in this time of great sorrow. Sincerely, JB P.S. Unfortunately I’m out of state and unable to make the service. Rest assured, I’ll be there in spirit. GOD BLESS….

 

Amanda Rose- Copeland posted on 11/30/19

Ms. Dorothy was the kindest, sweetest person I have come across. I was one of the many aides at Beth sholom that had the privilege of assisting her. She always had a smile that lit up the room. Ms. Simmons will be greatly missed. Many prayers and condolences to ms. simmons family.

 

Vinny Culcasi posted on 11/30/19

So sorry to hear of Bill’s passing. Sending our love to Bob, Nancy and the entire Kuse family. I have so many great memories of Bill and am grateful he started my career when I went to work for him almost 40 years ago. I also have fond memories of Bill from Jerrold Street and I hope my Dad and Bill are casting a line together. Love, Vinny and Kathy Culcasi

 

Scott Miller posted on 11/30/19

God rest his soul. I remember him as one of my first coaches, and he made an indelible mark on my life. Great man, who’s going to be a great angel for his family still on earth. Praying for the entire Michaels family, especially his son Stephen. Hang in there brother.

 

Alysa Phillips posted on 11/30/19

May the peace of God be upon you and your family now and always. Psalm 23 Love, Alysa, Zion, Bill, Kathy, Danielle, and the Phillips family. Psalm 34:18- The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.

 

Angie Mangiaracina posted on 11/30/19

To the family of Ms. Dorothy. My husband and I bought their home at 329 Etheridge Blvd. way back in the 1970's. We paid $27,000. We kept the place until the late 1990's. Pete and Angie Parker. Pete is deceased. I am remarried and live in TN. I want to say that there was no better lady to meet that Dorothy. I am so so sorry for your loss, and I wish you peace and comfort through your journey of her memory. Angie Mangiaracina

 

Erin Strickland posted on 11/30/19

Eric and I are so sorry to hear of Chucks passing. My father, Thomas Truxell, served with Chuck and will be at the service today representing us as we are still out of town. We loved hearing his stories at the Post! He will be missed.

 

Erin Strickland posted on 11/30/19

On behalf of the VFW Auxiliary of Post #392 we send our sincere condolences for Chucks passing. We pray for you, Phyllis and family, as you grieve.

 

Sandy & Jerry Hart posted on 11/30/19

We will always cherish our friendship and memories of Chuck. The good times we enjoyed together, the laughter, watching Chuck play with Loopy and the girls, and, most of all, enjoying the love you two shared.

 

Sandy & Jerry Hart posted on 11/30/19

We will always cherish our friendship and memories of Chuck. The good times we enjoyed together, the laughter, watching Chuck play with Loopy and the girls, and, most of all, enjoying the love you two shared.

 

Robert D'INNOCENZO posted on 11/30/19

Remembering the best times of my life spent with Bill, Vin and Dick. Fishing in Narraganset Bay and Cape Cod, softball, tennis and ice hockey. Thanks for all the good memories. Our thoughts are with you Joann and your family. Bob and Stephanie D'Innocenzo

 

Sharon Sandford and Victor Madike posted on 11/30/19

Dorothy and Dan our sympathy in the loss of your mother. We will continue praying for you and your family during this very difficult time.

 

Sgt. Hugo López, 1/1 USMC posted on 11/30/19

When we were wounded, you came to our aide, bandaged us and pushed us to continue the fight. No more faithful a brother than those who go through hell and back and on the other side remain by each other’s side. You have scores of Marines waiting for you at the gates and many more who will mourn your loss in our ranks! Roll call is being held and we await your voice stating “Aye Aye”! SEMPER FI BROTHER! And ANCHORS AWEIGH!

 

Michael Ferrara posted on 11/30/19

Jack was a great father-in-law to me. If I had a nickel for every time he said how proud he was of me and my driving school my pockets would be full. He shared in everyones successes and was always so happy for everyone..Jack you will be missed by all. RIP

 

Jeff posted on 11/30/19

I have many memories that will carry me through our loss, you taught me many things, especially love and support of family. Will miss you Dad !!

 

John Demosthenes posted on 11/30/19

Nick was a true family man. I enjoyed so much knowing him as a fellow Saint Nicholas member. You could count on Nick to get to the heart of a matter, but do so in a down to earth manner with a story thrown in. May his memory be eternal.

 

 

Phyllis Will posted on 11/30/19

Rest In Peace Jack

 

Chip McQuilkin posted on 11/30/19

The pure beauty of beach people for us brothers of surfing is we were all equally accepted no matter what the difference in age. I liked that melting pot of surf wax. Nicki loved to smile like all those Micheals, but I had to leave Va. Beach proper behind as I don’t know anyone there anymore. I’m happy now and I love those Micheals always but I had to say goodbye. From Chip McQuilkin

 

Robin Hubbard Oliver posted on 11/29/19

Patsy, so sorry for your loss! Love hugs and prayers for you and your family ❣️

 

John Pearson posted on 11/29/19

Sorry for your loss.

 

Lee amd Lisa Pearson posted on 11/29/19

Patsy and Family, Nicki's passing has sadden us deeply. His presence on the beach each Sunday @ 61st Street will be missed. His smiling face, jokes and generosity were second to none!. Our deepest sympathy during this difficult time. Lee and Lisa

 

Elizabeth Scarborough Johnson posted on 11/29/19

Patsy, Charlotte, Stephen and family, Thank you for sharing Nick with all of us. He was a mainstay of our childhood and played a huge role in bringing unforgettable moments to us all. He was a presence throughout my father's illness and an unwavering "gentleman." He will be missed deeply. The Scarborough Family

 

Bev and Jim posted on 11/29/19

Tootsie, Katey , Krista and your families Chuck was an amazing brother in law and we shared many great memories and good times , our prayers are with you in this great time of sorrow Love Bev and Jim and family

 

Connie Honrada Huber posted on 11/29/19

My deepest condolences to the family. May the cherished memories of Grace be the comfort you seek at this time.

 

 

Margaret siviter posted on 11/29/19

The lord is with you

 

Judith & Stuart Nachman posted on 11/29/19

Our sympathies to Patsy and the family for the loss of your beloved Nick. He touched many lives in many ways and we all mourn his passing.

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 11/29/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Nicholas Spiro Michaels, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Army National Guard Veteran, Nicholas Spiro Michaels, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 11/29/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Teresa R. Sprouse, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Veteran, Teresa R. Sprouse, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 11/29/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Charles Edward Bledsoe, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Veteran, Charles Edward Bledsoe, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Jody Fitzgerald posted on 11/29/19

Butch's sense of moral courage equaled his physical strength. In the mid-70's, I was injured while intervening in a domestic violence event by a Police Captain's son. If not for Butch, the testimony of the perp and the original victim would have resulted in a bad outcome. Butch and I knew each other in passing. Anyone else would've cowered before challenging a town Cop's son. Not Butch. He showed up in Court, explained that he'd seen the perp abusing the girlfriend at the "Shack" and had, himself, dragged the schmuck out of the bar. Years later, as I entered the water in Bali, to compete in "The Legends," contest, with my WRV board, a voice rang out, "Porpoise with a purpose!" Rusty Miller, an Aussie surf legend from Cali' recognized the logo and proceeded to tell me of his affection for Butch, his neighbor in Byron Bay! Who'dathought! I'm sorry to have learned on Thanksgiving, from Pete, of Butch's passing. Sam Clemmons said, "Only one in ten thousand have moral courage." Thankfully, I met one of those special folks. Semper Fi, Butch!

 

Janet Wray posted on 11/29/19

Sending my sincere sympathy and condolences for the loss of your beloved wife and mother. May you find comfort in your cherished memories, and the love of family and friends. May God bless each of you and bring you peace. Sincerely, Janet Wray

 

Sandra & Joe Frenza posted on 11/28/19

Although I know no words can ease the loss you feel, just know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Sending heartfelt condolences at this time of sorrow.

 

 

Anilla posted on 11/28/19

I will remember your kindness, your sense of humor and your positive outlook on life. I will also remember your love, regard for family and the impact on your loved ones.

 

Charles & Cheryl Cole posted on 11/28/19

To Anthony’s family - we’re so sorry to hear of this untimely loss. We both had the honor of working with Anthony in the past at Norfolk Environmental Stormwater. He was such a great guy to be around because he always made us laugh and made the day so much better. He was the kind of person who could fit in with any group of people and make every one of them feel like an old friend. Our favorite memory of him is actually from a random occurrence. We were driving down I-264 towards Norfolk in a big Ford F-150 V8 when a little VW Beetle suddenly shot past us. There in the drivers seat was Anthony, laughing at us as he passed. Classic Anthony!

 

 

dickie Burke posted on 11/28/19

A real Good man!! Nick will be missed by all!!!

 

 

dickie Burke posted on 11/28/19

A real good man!!! Nick will be missed by all!!!!

 

 

dickie Burke posted on 11/28/19

A Real Good Man!!!! He will be missed!

 

Terrie Jackson posted on 11/27/19

So sorry for your loss Tom and Tammy. I hope you both find comfort in knowing you were good to Tom’s mom. May the memories comfort you in the days to come. Love you guys!

 

Jonathan Charlton posted on 11/27/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.

 

Lois Henry posted on 11/27/19

Tom and Tammy, we are so sorry for your loss. You are in our prayers. Lois, Rick, Caroline and Meghan.

 

Patti Silver posted on 11/27/19

Jason, I am truly sorry for your loss. Your Dad sounds like a wonderful man. I know you all will miss him terribly. My thoughts and prayers are with you and yours.

 

 

Bobby Daub posted on 11/27/19

My heart and prayers go out to family and friends.

 

 

Gary & Ethel Nicol posted on 11/27/19

This candle is the light of hope. It reminds us of the love and the memories of Chuck that are ours forever. May the glow of the flame be our source of hopefulness now and forever. We love you.

 

Jamie and Tom Forrest posted on 11/27/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Tom. Your mother had a wonderful impact on many people. Jamie and Tom

 

 

Brenda Las posted on 11/27/19

Robin, we are so very sorry for the loss of your husband Dennis. (aka..red door). We will miss his friendly wave and honk of his horn. We thank God for his dedication to military service and hope for His comfort to you. We mourn his passing with you. Brenda & Mark (aka..the garage people)

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 11/27/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of William John Tarrant, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Veteran, William John Tarrant, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 11/27/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Anthony Williams, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Veteran, Anthony Williams, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 11/27/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of John Roderick Jenkusky, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Veteran, John Roderick Jenkusky, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Kim Dove and family posted on 11/27/19

So sorry for your loss Tom And Tammy. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Sending much love to you all.

 

Kim Dove and family posted on 11/27/19

So sorry for your loss Tom and Tammy. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Love to all

 

Frankie Wagner posted on 11/27/19

The many years we were in the REACH group will always be treasured and not forgotten. Rest in peace. Frankie

 

Jeff Routon posted on 11/27/19

I send my condolences and want you to know that my thoughts and prayers are with you

 

Mike and Judy Radford posted on 11/27/19

Remember the good times. Sending condolences to Tom and Tammy. May prayers continue to come your way to shower the angels that Sue has now become to always look over you.

 

Nora and Roy Graves posted on 11/27/19

Much love to you, Tom! You have always been a very attentive and caring son. You helped to make her life full and meaningful. God Bless! Nora and Digger Graves

 

Dara posted on 11/27/19

Forever my Pop-pop... so sad that your name won’t pop up on my phone any more at odd hours of the day. Love you ❤️❤️

 

Betty Goodman posted on 11/27/19

Love you, miss you. I am grateful you were in our family.

 

Debrah Jenkusky posted on 11/27/19

I love you Dad

 

Debrah Jenkusky posted on 11/27/19

Love you Dad

 

Carmen E. Meyers posted on 11/27/19

Dennis was always a wonderful friend and coworker. I will miss our conversations and laughter. “Fair winds my friend.” Until we meet again. Rest, my dear friend.

 

judy watson posted on 11/27/19

I worked with Nancy at Leggett for many years I dearly loved her. ricky, beth and family I am truly sorry for your loss.

 

Leigh M. Burton, Sr. posted on 11/26/19

I remember Jimmy and Judy. We were classmates. CHS69. When ever I saw Jimmy He was always friendly to Me. So Judy just always remember the time you and Jimmy had across the years.

 

 

Cindy posted on 11/26/19

You will always be in my thoughts and my heart. You were a great person that made everyone smile. You made my heart smile in so many ways. May you fly high and free .

 

Bernie Kirsch posted on 11/26/19

My deepest sympathy to Judy and her beautiful family at this great loss. May they be comforted by the many expressions of sympathy that are pouring in and may they remember Jimmy for his many acts of kindness in a well lived life. May he Rest in eternal peace.

 

 

Eva Cox posted on 11/26/19

My brother John we called him junior was many things to us he loved fishing and hunting with his brother William . He was first born out of eight children . He was a roofer most of his life . He loved the water and boating.

 

Patricia Pugh posted on 11/26/19

My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I worked with Dennis at Blair Middle School. He will be missed.

 

Patricia Pugh posted on 11/26/19

Thoughts and prayers are with the family. I worked with Dennis at Blair Middle School. He will be missed.

 

Amy Burket posted on 11/26/19

What I remember most about Jimmy us that he was a great hugger just like his Dad. And I also had him build a computer for me. He was a great man & loved by many. We will miss you!

 

Laura Leigh Dunne posted on 11/26/19

I'm so sorry for your loss Aunt Judy and Jason and Josh and their families. He will be missed! Thoughts and prayers are with you all. I love you, Laura Leigh

 

Eric Northern posted on 11/26/19

Teresa, Ron(Duck), and James, we share in this time of grief but also share in the love and memories of Ant. Ant was my main man and in the early day's we discovered many things in life together. Even though we had not talked in several years, I still feel a connection to Ant. I was there when he gained his love for cars because we started building model cars at a very young age and we were good at it, he was always much better at it than me because he payed so much attention to detail. You may not know it but I was the one to introduce Ant to jazz, I remember discussing music with him and at that time he was focused on main stream old school R&B such as the O'jays etc... I took him to my house and explained to him that jazz was a different kind of art form "Just listen to the precision of the artist" I told him and imagine seeing them playing this music live. He understood and began to listen himself. Before long were were exchanging new songs and new artist. I got Anthony his first job at Mr. Steak in Military Circle, we worked together for several years. Even working together Anthony was always very good at what he did and that created opportunity for him. I remember Aunt Mary and Grandma taking care of business in that house, they didn't play!!! Wow, I have truly lost a piece of me in Ant's passing as I know you have. I will never forget you my friend.

 

La Queta Powell posted on 11/26/19

My deepest condolences are with you, Judy and your entire family. May your cherish every memory and may it put a smile on your face during your most difficult times.

 

Debbie Hodges posted on 11/26/19

Judy, Jason, Amie and family, May God wrap his loving arms around you and your family during this most difficult time. It was a pleasure to meet him, he had such wit and humor. Healing blessings

 

Carolyn & Bob Goodwin posted on 11/26/19

Sorry to hear of Jimmy passing away. Had good times with Jimmy while living down the street from him on Alden Avenue in Cradock.May the LORD Bless and surround his family with his love and provide them with the comfort and support they will be in need of during their time of grievance and loss.

 

Jason Prado posted on 11/26/19

Dad was a great friend and an amazing father. I've watched more movies and shows with him than anyone else. His immense imagination fueled the fun that our family had growing up and I can only hope emulate a fraction of that with my own family as they grow. Dad was ahead of his time. As early as the 80s, we were gaming and playing with code. By the 90s, we were playing games with friends online. In the early 2000s we went on to host gaming events at our house with 20 - 30 people attending on a local network years before gaming over the internet would begin. His group became known as "outLAN" and was even sponsored by some well-known companies at the time! Some of our friends that came to those events are still in touch today. Needless to say that many of the people in the family were introduced to computers and are now in the IT field. That's an amazing legacy and I'll be forever proud. His love of computers, science fiction, and comics made it cool to be a nerd and I will be forever thankful of the things he taught me. Excelsior, Dad! Well done.

 

Denise Edlow posted on 11/26/19

Sandra, I just heard about Calvin's passing. Please except my deepest empathy. I know this is very painful for you. I'm praying for your strength cousin. May you find comfort in sweet memories someday.

 

Jesse and Tali. posted on 11/26/19

My deepest condolences to Ms. Sandra, Chris, Chet and entire Williams family. We greive with you during this time of loss and pray that this time passes quickly with knowing that Mr. Calvin is in a better place. We love you guys.

 

Brenda Walters Launder posted on 11/25/19

So sorry to hear of Jimmy's passing. I remember him well from my years at Cradock. My thoughts and prayers are with Judy and his family at the difficult time.

 

James Goodwin posted on 11/25/19

Very fond memories of growing up with the Prado family 2 houses away. Very sad over Jimmy’s passing. We shared a lot of golden times. God’s Blessings and peace bestowed on the entire Prado family & friends I pray.

 

Stephanie Smith posted on 11/25/19

Hello Debbie, I'm sorry to hear about the passing of your brother. Remember all the happy times that you both shared. You and your family are in my prayers.

 

 

Laurie posted on 11/25/19

There are too many cherished memories to count just one. I am deeply shocked and saddened to learn of your passing. I wish I could have had the opportunity to say I love you, one more time, before you left this Earthly plane! Fare the well sweet Sue, and may you rest peacefully in God's house. You will always be lovingly remembered.

 

Voncile Parrott posted on 11/25/19

Prayers and condolences to the family

 

Mary and Ron Guittar posted on 11/25/19

I am so very sorry for your loss Judy and the whole Prado family. I cannot imagine how you move forward. But you have this beautiful family. Family to lean on, hug, talk and lift you through this painful adjustment. Sending hugs and love. ❤️

 

Mary and Ron Guittar posted on 11/25/19

I am so very sorry for your loss Judy and the whole Prado family. I can't imagine how you are coping and moving forward. But you have this beautiful family to hug, talk and lift your spirits as you move through this painful adjustment. Love and hugs to you all❤️

 

Mary Ann Warren posted on 11/25/19

My deepest sympathy to all her family. Nancy was always a joy to work with at Leggett. She was always impeccably dressed and talked lovingly of her family. Her smile is what I will remember most.

 

Christy Stafford posted on 11/25/19

I met Michele at the Y in water aerobics class. We bonded instantly, we were both quilters and could talk about anything. If I skipped a class she would call and sing a message for me. I told her I was keeping them until I could make a greatest hit album. It was such a shock to hear she was gone but I played her hits and they stuck in my head. I knew she was still with me. Know that I you her too.

 

 

Susan Gray posted on 11/25/19

CD, Lou and family: I'm sorry for your loss.

 

Mary Balonek posted on 11/24/19

Please accept my sincere condolences.

 

Cynthia Player/Chappell posted on 11/24/19

Sandra, my condolences to you and the family. I remember Calvin as always having a smile. I got to know him when we worked together at Ft. Eustis. May God bring you peace and comfort in the days ahead. God Bless!

 

Mary Balonek posted on 11/24/19

Dear Nancy and Family, Please accept my condolences on the loss of your dear Mother.

 

Marie Harrison posted on 11/24/19

Nancy and Glo: I did not know your Mom but know you were very close. My thoughts and prayers are with you today as you go through this difficult time.

 

Susan Vogler, RN posted on 11/24/19

I was truly saddened when I saw that Michele was no longer with us! I have known her through Chesapeake Public School activities for 25 years. Her dedication to kids and making sure they were motivated to read, went above what most parents, let alone a volunteer, would do! Even after her children were long gone from the system, her presence was felt through her committed, volunteer spirit! She will be truly missed!

 

Vincent W Foretich posted on 11/24/19

So sorry for your loss of your Mom, I know she is in a better place now. She was a great and passionate lady,I enjoyed her humor and joy of life. Bill

 

Kitty Heffington posted on 11/24/19

All of you have my deepest sympathy over the loss of your mom. Losing parents has to be one of the toughest things we have to go through in this life. You will remain in my thoughts and prayers during this time. God Bless.

 

 

Johnell Fox posted on 11/24/19

We he got mad he would yell at you and that was funny to me other than he was real nice to me as long as you don't catch him tired, Love you Clinton

 

Emmett and Suzanne Smith posted on 11/23/19

Emmett and I send our love and prayers to all your family. So very sorry

 

John and Sue Wood posted on 11/23/19

So sorry to hear of your loss. A permanent hole in your heart for sure. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

veronica Marshall posted on 11/23/19

Sorry for your lost l

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 11/23/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Dennis J. Callahan, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Veteran, Dennis J. Callahan, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 11/23/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Rufus Edward Dalton, III, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Marine Veteran, Rufus Edward Dalton, III, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Carol, Margaret Spragan posted on 11/23/19

I will miss those times we had at the garden picking vegetables, berries or just sitting having a conversation. you always until we meet again.

 

Luna Sky posted on 11/23/19

Daniel I will miss you so much this still dosent feel real! You were one of the best people I have met in my entire life! Such a honest loving person I could tell you anything without any you having any judgement of me. As soon as I meet you we clicked instantly, there was never a time that I was with you that I didn’t feel loved and appreciated! We had a blast no matter what we were doing! I will never let anyone forget what a GREAT && BEAUTIFUL person that you were! I will carry you in my heart forever and more! Rest easy my love and fly high!

 

Carol, Margaret Spragan posted on 11/23/19

I will always remember us going to the garden picking vegetables, berries what ever we could find.

 

Mama D Taff posted on 11/23/19

May you rest in peace Steve. You were such a funny smart in life. You knew every answer in wheel of fortune and jeopardy. You truly will be missed.❤

 

Starr Purnell posted on 11/23/19

My Deepest Condolences to Chris McKay and her family. Cherish the fond memories you have of your love one. May you find Peace in knowing that your love one is Resting in the Arms of Jesus and he will forever be watching over all of you. God Bless You.

 

Herbie posted on 11/23/19

May you Rest In Peace Dennis. Robin I send my love and prayers. So sorry for your loss

 

 

Dr. Gladys Dark posted on 11/23/19

Dearly beloved Grace, I will always cherish our friendship and what you meant to me. I will keep you in my heart until we meet again one day my beautiful friend (G & G) forever.

 

Lynn Adler posted on 11/23/19

Sorry for your loss and prayers to you Robin and your family

 

Kim Carson posted on 11/23/19

My prayers and condolences to the family. I met Grace at Little Creek Elementary, And years later we graduate from Lake Taylor Sr class of 89, I’m soo sad to hear of her passing. I will ALWAYS Remember that SMILE

 

kimberlie san antonio petrulis posted on 11/23/19

always picture her smile

 

Rene Sandoval posted on 11/23/19

He was a pride to our country and an honorable part of the family.

 

Rene Sandoval posted on 11/23/19

Prayers and condolences for the family.

 

Brittany & Troy Walton posted on 11/23/19

We are so sorry for your loss. Dennis was a wonderful friend to Laurie and Doug and we are lucky to have known him. May the memories bring you peace.

 

Cheri derush posted on 11/22/19

So sorry for your loss

 

Dave and Sydney Mckay posted on 11/22/19

I can remember growing up next door to the Callahan family . It seemed like they were so tall. But really we were so short. A great military family. It was a honor to know Dennis. So sorry for your loss.

 

Doris McClenney posted on 11/22/19

Miss Sue was a special special lady when I stayed on 21st Street in the same row she did she looked out the children even mine they all loved her she always had that smile on her face. Always love to see her and Miss Rose sitting outside in the summertime and when something went on out there we always end up at that corner house by the street just to see what's going on she's truly going to be missed

 

Crystal Williams posted on 11/22/19

Rest in peace, dear cousin! To Sandra, Chris and Chet: you are in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Crystal

 

shelly drane posted on 11/22/19

I will never forget such a loving person or family. Growing up in Dickerson Court, Mrs. Sue (iceberg lady) was a true definition of a nourishing mother of the projects. When you did wrong she would thump you, talk to you and then tell your mother. My heart is sadden to know that she is no longer here and I didn't have a chance to see her again, my weeping just endured for the night but to know our Heavenly Father has called his Angel home. Joy cometh in the morning. My Prayers and Hugs are with my Solomon Family. I Love your

 

John H Wood posted on 11/22/19

Gary and I were in the Marines together. We parted ways as he went in one direction and I another, never to get together again. The little I knew of Gary told me that he was a hard working and honorable person.

 

 

Danielle White - Plasser American Corporation posted on 11/22/19

Lighting this candle as we remember the life of Frank.

 

Danielle White - Plasser American Corporation posted on 11/22/19

My condolences to the McKim Family. There are no words to tell you how sorry I am to hear of your loss. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Frank will know rest in peace, be free of pain and forever be remembered. I ask for the Lord to bless the family and give them the strength and love to celebrate Frank's life.

 

Shawneequa Tyler posted on 11/22/19

RIP Miss Sue! My Dad, Charles Solomon, took me to her house all the time as a child. She always had a warm hug and a smile for me. She will truly be missed!

 

Mark Weber posted on 11/22/19

I knew Grace when I was a student at Regent. When I left Va. Beach, she bought some of my stuff that I couldn't fit in my car back to Buffalo. She was always kind-hearted-- I'm sad that she passed away-- "gone too soon."

 

The Forbes posted on 11/22/19

Our heartfelt condolences and prayers for comfort are with your entire family at this time. May the promises of God and the treasured memories of Grace bring you peace and comfort. We love you.

 

Barbara Riddick posted on 11/22/19

Lil Sue will always have a special place in my heart,she was like a second mom to me always there for me.She was the best grandmother ever to my children, couldn't have ask for a better person to be my children grandmother.She was also one of my dearest friends, she is definitely going to be truly missed.

 

Maynard Espanol posted on 11/22/19

"If the people we love are stolen from us, the way to have them live on is to never stop loving them. Bridges burn, people die, but real love is forever." - The Crow. Grace, you've touched so many lives, you will truly be missed.

 

Heather DeNinno posted on 11/22/19

Grace you left a huge hole in this world. You were the light n my day at LTHS. Always loving, caring, unselfish, always had this beautiful smile that could light up a room. God please bless her family with your love and her memory will live on forever within all of us.

 

 

TheBakerFamily posted on 11/22/19

sue was a loving caring wonderful beautiful soul/woman she will be truly missed.

 

Ms. Melody M. Green posted on 11/22/19

Dear Rev. Dr. Ken Stafford and family, As we celebrate all that the Lord has done through Wife, Mom, Powerful Prayer Warrior, Intercessor, and Bible Teacher, Doreen Stafford, over the years of her life, here are just a few thoughts from one of her and your Pneuma Bible Institute students and friends: She radiated Holy Spirit strength and power, and the enemy trembled with every prayer. She “stormed the heavenlies” and provided specific daily prayer covering for her family, friends, and also those of us whose husbands have passed on. She taught us the importance of prayer and how to pray more specifically, powerfully speaking the Word of God, and prophesying over the lives of our loved ones. She taught us how to engage in spiritual warfare and know without doubt that our prayers achieve the purpose for which they are sent. She reminded us of the importance of putting on the same clothing EVERY day...... the spiritual armor of God, and to NEVER leave home without it. She taught us the importance of being guided by the Holy Spirit, and using our heavenly prayer language to communicate directly with God, while confounding the enemy. She delighted in sharing stories of a godly marriage, her beloved family, and praying a hedge of protection over each of you, every day of your lives. She shared about showing love in the seemingly small things in life, indicating that she took the time to starch and iron every bed sheet for her family. She devoted decades of her life to “ the greatest work,” prayer and intercession for others. May you all delight in knowing that Doreen’s spiritual legacy in Christ extends literally to thousands. I thank God for bringing her across my path as teacher, Prayer Warrior, and friend. With a grateful heart, Ms. Melody M. Green

 

Carl & Barbara Jensen posted on 11/22/19

Dear Joyce and family, We were sorry to hear of Gary’s death. While we have not been in close contact over the past 50 plus years we do have some good memories. We will never forget the time we were going to have to purchase a room AC for Kim (age 2-5) as she needed one because of her heart condition. Gary quickly said, don’t buy one, I have one that we are not using and the next day he brought it to us. We eventually got an all house wall unit and gratefully returned yours. The years Gary and I worked together in law enforcement were an adventure to say the least, so many stories. We shall fondly remember those times he would stop by the house when he had business up this way and visit with us. He would suddenly look at his watch and say I’ve got to go so I can catch the ferry. We pray that all the good memories will be a comfort to you and the family in the days ahead. Carl and Barbara Jensen

 

 

Tia posted on 11/21/19

Hey Ms Sue!...thats what i always said to her when i seen her. Always a sweet person with a great sense of humor. I will never forget her smile and her always in her yard on her KNEES with the scissors in her hand chopping away. Me and CJ loves us some Ms. Sue! Gone but NEVA forgotten.

 

Sarah Cox posted on 11/21/19

I worked along with Grace during alumni events and she always had a smile and so wonderful to work with - my sincerest condolences to your family

 

Leila posted on 11/21/19

My Deepest condolences to Grace family's. She is such a nice, sweet and adorable person. I met her ar founders inn hotel that i worked before. She always come with me and never forget to say hello and give me a big hug. Everybody loves her, Ms. Grace that's what we called her. May you rest in peace and I am going to miss you.

 

Jayby Porras and son, Derrick Anigable, Jr. posted on 11/21/19

Our deepest condolences to the Malinag and Alegre families. God has welcomed a beautiful angel. May Grace's legacy live on. Prayers for all.

 

Esther S. Fuller posted on 11/21/19

Grace had a smile that could light up the world. I am truly sorry for loss.

 

Jennifer and Frank Hufstedler posted on 11/21/19

We never met Grace, but through Dave, saw and felt how beautiful she is. She will be missed but her memory will linger forever. Our prayers and condolences to Dave, the children and the family.

 

Marcia Commodore posted on 11/21/19

So sorry for your loss. Use to love to see your mom visit your dad. You are all in my prayers

 

Elmer Duran Lunasin posted on 11/21/19

Gone too very soon. I only hope I can retain all the wonderful memories with friends and families for sustenance. My continued thoughts and prayers to Dave, Faith, Nicky, David, Jennifer, Rodney and the many friends Grace had #NeverForget

 

Delia Vanchiere posted on 11/21/19

I’ll never forget my Wonderful Aunt Millie ❤️

 

 

Delia Vanchiere posted on 11/21/19

Wonderful Christmas’ spent together

 

Freddie and Leah Payton posted on 11/21/19

Freddie and I are so sorry for your loss. We are just overwhelmed reading all of these beautiful tributes to her. She must have been a great powerhouse! I know she will be sorely missed.

 

Lori Loesche posted on 11/21/19

Dave, your amazing Grace will always be the "Bee's Knees" to me! We had such a fun, energetic, transparent, loving, prayerful team in Public Relations/Alumni Relations at Regent so many years ago. I promise to try to be all the most wonderful things I loved about her (aside from any of that running stuff...that's out!) My heart is full for you all today as you celebrate her at Regent University, a place forever touched by her wisdom, her drive, her joy. You are in my thoughts here in Florida.

 

Jan Morehead posted on 11/21/19

On behalf of the Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance, we send our warmest thoughts and condolences. Many of us worked closely with John during his time with the Virginia Asphalt Association. He was a true professional and a valued business partner. His warm smile and wry sense of humor will be missed.

 

Vicky Manugo Greco posted on 11/21/19

Our deepest condolences to the Alegre and Malinag family. We share in your sadness, along with many of Grace's friends who knew her from her time at Lake Taylor High, ODU and Regent. May Grace rest in peace and may you be comforted knowing that she left this world a kinder place because of the light she let shine for others.

 

Vicky Manugo Greco posted on 11/21/19

Our deepest condolences to the Alegre and Malinag families. We share in your sadness, along with so many of Grace's friends she made during her time at Lake Taylor High, ODU, and Regent. May Grace rest in peace and may you be comforted knowing that she left this world a kinder place because of the light she let shine for others.

 

R. Faith Shelton posted on 11/21/19

I only knew Grace for a short time, a little over a year we worked together at Regent, she was always happy and smiling and a joy to work with. She will truly be missed.

 

 

Kimberly Smallwood posted on 11/21/19

R.i.p.

 

Cathy Burleigh Smith posted on 11/21/19

Grace will live on in the hearts of her loved ones through her inspiring way of life. Please know she is loved by so many. Keeping you all in prayer.

 

Kathryn Garris (Broadaway) posted on 11/21/19

My deepest condolences to the Alegre and Malinag families. I attended high school with Grace and her big sister, Jennifer. We shared some good times in our orchestra class. Her genuine smile, humble and kind spirit is so vivid and fresh in my memories of her from our high school days. May the fond memories be of comfort to you during this most difficult time.

 

Butch Robinson posted on 11/20/19

Mr.Partridge was a good man.He was the back bone of E.V. and without Tom E.V. would have fail. He stood behind employee who make E.V. great.I no Mrs.Partridge is this a deep hurt for anyone but God will take you through this.My deepest sympathy for you and your family

 

Ashlee Hall & Leana Perez posted on 11/20/19

Thinking of all of you ! Kelley and Krystal we love you both and your grandma was always the best. Xoxoxo Leana and I are keepin you close in our prayers.

 

James tereskerz posted on 11/20/19

i worked with stephen and when i first started working with him out there he helped me learn the ropes...he was my mentor... i became friends with him and i loved him so much! we will always all miss his friendly smile and his sweet humour! god love you brother....i know you are in heaven and will always be a guardian angel for me

 

 

Roberta A Cross posted on 11/20/19

The world has lost a special person, remembering fondly, her "Surf's Up, dudes!" bellow to get the household moving on a beautiful beach morning....to her "Know that I love ya" message with every encounter....our hearts are full. Peace dear cousin, you are gone, too soon. Love, Cousin Roberta

 

Tim & Alice Roco posted on 11/20/19

We will miss your caring and loving nature. Our prayers to Dave and the children in this time of sorrow.

 

Thomas Carlton Dunkins III posted on 11/20/19

My Condolences Dea. Jeannie, May God Comfort You and Your Family through these Times, God Bless

 

Thomas Carlton Dunkins III posted on 11/20/19

My Condolences Dea.Jeannie to you and your Family, may God Comfort you through these times, God Bless

 

Deacons Leo and Phyllis Fogan posted on 11/20/19

Sending our love and condolences to Elder Rod and Jeannie as well as family and friends. May the services be a celebration of your beloved Grace's life.

 

 

Crystal Boney posted on 11/20/19

Work with Mrs.Connie her Aid very nice and sweet loved her Bingo and setting outside truly be Missed at Luther Manor

 

Jennifer Ethridge posted on 11/20/19

So sorry for your loss Fazio family. You were blessed with amazing parents!

 

Sarita posted on 11/20/19

My deepest sympathy to the family. My every encounter with Grace was wonderful. She was so sweet and kind.

 

 

Rev Dr Antonio Green posted on 11/20/19

I attended high school with Grace and she was always a sweet and loving spirit. May her soul Rest In Peace.

 

Ken Stafford posted on 11/20/19

Wonderful childhood memories. Love you mom, Ken Jr.

 

Debra Dietz posted on 11/20/19

I am so sorry to hear the news. He was a great part of my kids growing up. May he rest now in peace.

 

Pearl Ibarra and Chris McIntosh posted on 11/20/19

Heartfelt condolences to the Alegre family especially Dave. Our thoughts and special prayers are with you at this sorrowful time.

 

 

A. Marine posted on 11/20/19

Semper Fi Marine, Rip.

 

BARBARA HECKEL posted on 11/20/19

Vicki, I was so sorry to hear of your sister's death. I know she will be missed. Just know that you are in my thoughts.

 

Krystle Woodward posted on 11/20/19

RIP grandma, Lena and I will miss you always. I’m happy you are reunited with grandpa in heaven.

 

Rachel Partridge posted on 11/20/19

My husband, my friend, my lover, my life. You will forever be in my heart and soul. A great father and grandfather. I will Love you forever.

 

Jean McCullough posted on 11/20/19

I fell in love with Grace the moment we met. We bonded over chocolate chip cookies and horrid coffee from the student lounge. Of all her many talents and attributes, it’s her laugh I’ll miss the most. Grace laughed easily. She laughed joyfully. Her million-watt smile never failed to draw people close to her. And once drawn in, Grace’ made you feel special and valued. She was a remarkable person with unlimited compassion for others. I will miss her....and the sound of her laughter.

 

Donna Lightfoot posted on 11/20/19

My deepest condolences to the family. You are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

 

Shawne posted on 11/20/19

Gary was "old school". Always honest, said what he meant, would be the best friend you ever had, and didn't condone any harm to animals. Being born at the end of the Great Depression, and the hard times many went through, may have influenced his hard exterior, and need for personal privacy. He had a passion for law enforcement that gave him an outlet for his private person, and need for excellence. He had a heart for his family, and would do anything for them, and friends. He is at peace now.

 

Vaughn & Candice Villafana posted on 11/20/19

So sorry for your loss. We remember her visiting the church.

 

Stephanie Ipock posted on 11/20/19

Thinking of you during this difficult time. Prayers for your entire family.

 

Brian K. Bowen HM1/FMF Ret. posted on 11/20/19

To my old LPO, may you rest in Peace and know that I've got the watch. You will be missed my brother. Semper Fi. HM1/FMF Ret Brian K. Bowen

 

Tracey Kane posted on 11/19/19

Anthony and family, my heart goes out to you all. It is such a bitter sweet time. Hard to temporarily say goodbye but find peace that our Lord Jesus is on his throne and your mom is resting with him. Praise Jesus we will be reunited again. May you feel Gods presence and his love through this very difficult time.

 

 

Kelley Russell posted on 11/19/19

I love you, Grandma.

 

Herb Tatem posted on 11/19/19

Kenneth and family, so sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad. I’ve known Gary for many years and even worked with him for a time in law enforcement. He was a dedicated worker and always did a good job. RIP my friend.

 

Louise McCourt posted on 11/19/19

So sorry to hear about the passing of our long time neighbor, sending condolences to the family for your loss

 

donna conner posted on 11/19/19

i did not know mr barnett ,, but knew his children and some grandchildren. i am soooo sorry for the family's loss and will keep you all in my prayers. God bless

 

Gini Hoffman posted on 11/19/19

Michele, it was a shock to hear of you passing, Our water class will never be the same with out you. You are a special Angel and God is smiling knowing you are there with him.

 

Kim Davis posted on 11/19/19

What a wonderful sister you are! I will miss our talks. You will always be with me. I'm so happy we had our "peppermint patty" time. Give my love to mom and dad, along with everyone else you hang with now. Know that I love you!

 

Fran LoPresti posted on 11/19/19

Rest in peace dear Aunt Millie. The wonderful memories are too many to count.

 

James Mitrink posted on 11/19/19

Rest in peace Doc. It was my pleasure to have known you. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

 

James Mitrink posted on 11/19/19

Rest in peace Doc! It was a pleasure to have known you! My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

 

Matthew Harcourt posted on 11/19/19

“The Lyrical Stalker” is what we used to call Keith back in high school. Him, myself and Ryan P. used to hang out after school in our junior/senior years at Cox. We would play basketball and then go to Bay Billiards and try to school each other in pool. Keith was also my first immediate kitchen boss. At Zia Marie, he got me a job as daytime prep cook when I was fresh out of high school. I have Keith to thank for sparking my professional interest in the culinary arts. He was, and always will remain, my favorite boss. Keith was always smiling and positive, and would never scold me the few times I burned the all-important bread at Zia’s, lol. Keith, myself and Joey R. spent many fun days working in that quant little kitchen in our Chick’s Beach neighborhood. One of my fondest memories with Keith was the time we were hanging out at Dan and Casey’s house sharing our musical backgrounds. I was novice at the guitar; however, I was able to play a rock and roll riff while he rapped to it and Keith was incredible. I only wish we had recorded the moment. Keith was a good buddy and a good man, and he will forever be missed, but happily remembered. God Bless “Lyrical Stalker!”

 

Vicki Dray posted on 11/19/19

Michele, "My Belle, these are words that go together we'll..." I love you more than you could have ever known! Thank you for our many sister moments. Life will not be the same! Give my Buck a hug and kiss, as well as Mom and Dad!

 

Gayle Yvonne Simons posted on 11/19/19

I am just learning of the death of Dr. Bob. He was my favorite professor at REgent University... seeing something in me I would take years to find in myself. I am so sorry to have missed his service. I will remember his laugh, his prodding, and his joy in the Lord. Right at this moment, I am missing some joy in life, so dear Dr. Bob, tonight, I will borrow yours. Gayle Yvonne Simons, Regent 1984

 

Ozzie Ausband posted on 11/19/19

All fled, all done We lift you on the pyre The feast is over And the lamp expired. Rest sir Love- Doc Ozzie

 

Bruce Millsap posted on 11/19/19

Rest easy Sailor. We’ve got the watch.

 

Laurie Mault posted on 11/19/19

Sally, I am so sorry to see this. Rick was a great guy even if he cut the corner off my desk. You are in my prayers.

 

Irwin posted on 11/19/19

RIP shipmate!

 

Tamara posted on 11/19/19

Dawn, I remember all the fun times you talked about with BJ and the kids. Remember the Flobee accident. I know there were so many laughs, and he was your support during those sad times too. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Eric Haugen posted on 11/19/19

Rest In Peace Doc, Condolences and Prayers to your Family, Semper Fi, Semper Fortis, Brother, Never Forgotten, We are Forged by the Sea..Doc Trap FMF 2nd Batt. 4th Marines, Fox Co.

 

Ron Hamer posted on 11/19/19

Rest in Peace Doc, we've got the watch now.

 

Ron Hamer posted on 11/19/19

Rest in Peace Doc, we've got the watch now.

 

MadDawg posted on 11/19/19

Rest In Peace Doc, May God be with you and your family. When we got word of your passing we mourned along side your family. God Bless & Semper Fidelis 1/1 1st Mar Div “Young Guns”

 

Shawn A Morton posted on 11/19/19

Daniel, I'm truly lost for words, but know that I always loved you. I wish I things would of been different because I know you were truly a good person with a good heart. Maybe this is God's way to free you from all this hell on earth. Until we meet again Cuz! Love you forever! Fly High and soar like an Eagle!

 

janice Gill posted on 11/19/19

Oh Michele.."There is no hell in this Michele." You are one of a kind. Love with out measure and some how truth that most of us were afraid to say but said with the best of intentions. What a great Angel to look over those that "know that I love you" crew have now. Sending love and prayers to all who are missing her.

 

Robin Spruill posted on 11/18/19

My life without my sister Michele will never be the same. The love she radiated was beyond belief. She never told me no if I needed help with anything! I can't look anywhere in my house with out a memory...quilts, crafts, pictures...just to touch the surface. I know she loves me as i love her. I will think about her daily...we will meet again one day! Kiss mom and dad for me. You're gone way too early. Rest in peace sissy. Love you.

 

Carol Kinsey posted on 11/18/19

You brought smiles to many faces throughout your life, from your humorous wit to your delicious cooking. My condolences to the family. May you be at peace.

 

 

Kimberly posted on 11/18/19

Rest easy Daniel! You will be greatly missed!

 

Stacy Clark posted on 11/18/19

I worked for Tom at EVW and I saw firsthand from him what it meant to be a leader and a mentor. I can honestly say that had it not been for his leadership and guidance I wouldn't be the person I am today. He took a chance on me and pushed me to do my best. This is a sad day for me and know he will be missed. My condolences. Tom was a great man.

 

Cathy Midgett posted on 11/18/19

Michele was one if a kind!! Her giving heart blessed all of the people who knew her. We will all miss her sweet, selfless spirit. My thoughts are with you!

 

 

BETTY H. CROSS posted on 11/18/19

So many good memories! We will always miss you Michele.

 

Amy posted on 11/18/19

He will be greatly missed. Always. Fly high Daniel

 

Ruth Tranberg posted on 11/18/19

Dear Fran, Until we meet again You can tell me what you were trying to say to me.

 

Ruth Tranberg posted on 11/18/19

Dear Fran I will miss you with all my heart. Until we meet again you can tell me what you were trying to say. Love Sister

 

 

Sharon Austin posted on 11/18/19

You will be missed ! He always made You like and always smiling . Another good one gone to soon . RIp Big Rick !

 

James Austin posted on 11/18/19

Just heard of your passing today . You will be greatly missed by all in the work field. I have known you for many years and we worked a many drywall jobs together . You were the best in the business . Damn great guy all around . Sending prayers to your wife and family .

 

Ioana Verde and family posted on 11/18/19

It was with great sadness that we learned of Michele’s passing. Please accept our heartfelt condolences.

 

 

Michael A. Thomas, Sr. posted on 11/18/19

To Anthony and family you are in my thoughts and prayers

 

Carie Carley posted on 11/18/19

Tom was a true leader. He was a fun and caring person to his employees, his friends and he loved his family deeply. He was a true mentor. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him and the employees that were privileged enough to work for him and with him at the company he was devoted to. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Rachel and his family during this time of great sorrow.

 

Jan Morehead posted on 11/18/19

Tom was a great leader in Virginia's transportation construction industry for decades. On behalf of the Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance and the old "road builders" gang, I send our warmest condolences. Personally, Tom was a great friend and mentor. Travels with Tom and Rachel to conventions in warm climates were always memorable.

 

 

Brian & Karri Graham posted on 11/18/19

So sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.

 

Phil Nestoryak posted on 11/18/19

What an outstanding man Tom was. He will forever be in my heart.

 

 

Cat Jones posted on 11/18/19

My heart goes out to Tom's family and friends.

 

Theresa Romano posted on 11/18/19

My Aunt Fran, May she rest in Peace

 

 

Katherine Heely posted on 11/18/19

I wish I had met this person. The most important person for my friend Patti, who has had to handle the emotions of losing her mother. An important person who gives us life. A Mother.

 

Julie Dickerson posted on 11/17/19

Though I never met Frances I was so often updated about her by her daughter, Maureen, my dear friend. Sending our sympathies to you and your whole family. "To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die."

 

Gail D. & Linda Simmers posted on 11/17/19

What a great man! The best and most wonderful friend anyone could ever have. Not enough words to describe his loyalty and love for his family, friends and country, his forever sense of humor and great intellect. We loved him as a brother and will truly miss him every day.

 

Susan Johnson posted on 11/17/19

I’m so sorry for the loss of your mother Patti. I will keep you and your family in my prayers now and for the months to come when things get quiet and your heart seems to hurt more.

 

Donna Ware posted on 11/17/19

From 1974 til 1983 Fran and Bill were my next door neighbors in Great Bridge. Their daughter Patti was my babysitter. Fran became a wonderful friend and neighbor and I feel blessed to have known her. My heartfelt blessings go out to the family.

 

Sally Kiersznowski posted on 11/17/19

To John’s family: May God hold you extra close as you go through this heartbreaking time. He was/is one of the good guys. My heart is broken. I hope you find comfort in all the memories you have made through the years. He will be missed beyond measure. ❤️, Sally

 

Suzy Welch posted on 11/17/19

Patti- I’m so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Though I never met your Mom, she must have been an incredible woman. I’m rather fond of her daughter. Hugs and love to you.

 

Angel posted on 11/17/19

Even though it is so hard for you to not be here in person, I know you will always be with me, wherever I go. You were my first best friend and taught me how I should be treated. God blessed me immensely when he gave me you. Love you always!

 

David and Maureen Brand posted on 11/17/19

Rick did a lot of plaster work for us over the years, most recently over the summer. He also did a lot of plaster repair for my husband’s HVAC business. He was good at his craft, but more than that, he was someone who obviously loved his family and seemed to always have a twinkle in his eye. We were so sorry to hear of his passing.

 

Tommy Killebrew posted on 11/17/19

John’s big and loving heart, high-end construction skills, determination to help others, and amazing generosity are and will always be inspiring to me and our family. We weren’t ready for John to join his mom and dad. I know they’ll welcome him with happiness, and that he will be the angel always looking out for Penny, Jamie, and Sam. John always took time to show his love and compassion for the little ones. We are missing him and are grateful for the time spent with him..

 

Gina Cherry Chalker posted on 11/16/19

Prayers for family and friends. RIP John.

 

Mary Jo Kennedy posted on 11/16/19

Dear Candi, So very sorry for your loss. I did not know Andi in HS, really began to know and appreciate her laughter, smiling face and the many funny stories when I first encountered her during the monthly Maury luncheons. She truly was a special person.

 

 

Susan Smigielski Acker and family posted on 11/16/19

So sorry

 

 

Susan Smigielski Acker and family posted on 11/16/19

A great guy

 

Jay Smigielski posted on 11/16/19

John was a great friend and he will be missed terribly. Generous to a fault to friends and family. He was an amazing storyteller. He could take a routine trip to the grocery store and make it a spell binding tale of action and humor. I often thought he could have been a comedian as his stories would make my sides hurt from laughing. We had many, many many good times together. The world is a lot less enjoyable without him. My thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones.

 

Jennifer Gray posted on 11/16/19

Rest in peace Johnny.

 

 

Jessica Nicholson posted on 11/16/19

Liz is one of the best people I knew. We used to sit around for hours playing phase10 and skipo. She was by far one of the funniest people I knew end she helped me through some really hard times that I went through because that is just who she is. She was truly remarkable!!! She was and is truly loved. She could craft like no other. You will truly be missed Liz. Love you forever Liz, you will always be near my heart!!!

 

Jocelyn Velasco posted on 11/16/19

OMG I just found out! Liz and I go way back to high school and growing up in Ulster County..we shared many nights at The Exchange.She was a compassionate, friend and very creative person.I feel honored to have been one of her friends..May God Bless and keep her❤

 

Ron Sadowski Sr my nickname thunder posted on 11/16/19

I had a great warrior angel in the fight much-needed the fourth horseman is riding

 

Ron Sadowski Sr my nickname thunder posted on 11/16/19

He stood everyone up you ever met the real deal great soul trusted man such a talent in every game he played We’re lucky to have a warrior angel among us the devil is at work and everything kept my sons on point And that’s a tough job because they’re incredibly skilled boys like you Keith Walker glad to have another warrior angel up there because the fourth horseman is riding the float this year‘s Xmas parade will be Eulogy to you remember will say another prayer dear God in the name of Jesus Christ the only way to go I just threw his son too much to say you’ll be missedWe will keep you alive here by talking about you I only wish we could be as humble as you thanks for being you amen please hear my prayer your God in the name of Jesus Christ amen

 

Alexis Abarza posted on 11/16/19

In memory of my friend mr Art Bates. My condolences to your wife louise and daughter and son. Alexis. Ingrid and son Alex and Andres.

 

Alexis Abarza posted on 11/16/19

My condolences for my friend mr art bates to your wife mrs Louise and roxane, Steve and Kevin and al family. From Alexis. Ingrid and son Andres and Alex. From Chile.

 

Mary (Trotter) Glass posted on 11/16/19

Sarah, Kelly, and I are so sorry for your loss. May his memory be a blessing.

 

Renee Hartless posted on 11/16/19

Keith, a loving brother who brought so much joy, laughter and love to Jenn and I. Though distance and life created a temporary seperation for us we regained the closeness we once had, unfortunately hard times normally do this for families in times of need. Jenn and I are incredibly honored to be called your sisters and to have had the opportunity to be with you during the toughest times of your life. I know you are still rapping and rhyming in heaven and I know you are forever pain free now. You will always be in our hearts and I can only hope to make you as proud of us as we are of you.

 

Twin Flame posted on 11/16/19

As it has always been, I will hold our love deep in my heart and you will remain with me in spirit forever.

 

Gaye (Gabrielle) Nickerson posted on 11/16/19

I am so sorry for your loss, Gloria and kids. I have so many fond memories of growing up with you and the kids along with Jeanne, Jimmy, Bob, Pat and Steve. Seems like eons ago. God Bless and take care, you are in my prayers.

 

 

Sheila Glenny Halper posted on 11/16/19

My sister, Fran, a southern lady, with the strength of a jersey girl. Till we meet again. Love you!

 

Mark Bazinet posted on 11/16/19

Rest in peace Keith you surely will be miss by all who knew you

 

 

Tammie Dean posted on 11/16/19

I’m honored to have known Phil. He was such a kind loving caring giving person. Family always first. My your memories bring much peace to your love Gloria and your children. You will truly be missed. Spread your wings and be free. No more feeling bad.

 

Wanda Wheeler posted on 11/15/19

Keeping all of John’s family in my thoughts and prayers. So sorry for your loss.

 

SHARONs Calvert posted on 11/15/19

you will be miss by so many people. just want to say thank you for all the work you did on my house.

 

Denise Etheridge posted on 11/15/19

I am already missing John Honeycutt. Its never enough time spent. RIP brother

 

Marlene Pendergrass posted on 11/15/19

He was a giver and talented at his craft he was the life of the party he was loved ... what a great man

 

Laurie Carter Bleh posted on 11/15/19

Mr. Bates was a fine man with a fine family. Mr. Bates loved God, his church and most of all his wife and children. There are not many men of this caliber in this world today. He will be missed. I feel confident he is in heaven and as happy as can be!

 

Tyler Christopher posted on 11/15/19

Keith, you were always there to listen and help me through anything I needed. You will always be loved and missed!

 

Ken Woodcock posted on 11/15/19

Rest in peace John, our friend & neighbor for many years

 

 

John ballard posted on 11/15/19

Miss you Brother John. World will never be the same. Love always.

 

Thomas Smith posted on 11/15/19

With a heavy heart I offer my condolences to Gloria, Carol, Phil's brothers and the entire Klinefelter family. He was a kind and loving man who would go out of his way you....God bless you, Phil!

 

Elizabeth Foote posted on 11/15/19

Your family is in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. I will cherish the lovely memories of getting to know Uncle Butch for the past 3 years.

 

carol and steve crawford posted on 11/15/19

So sorry to hear about Phil our prayers are with you and your family

 

TAMMY Gilmore Autry posted on 11/15/19

So very sorry to hear of his passing.

 

Barbara &Rick Rickman posted on 11/15/19

Carol & Gloria I am so sorry for your Dad and Husband he was a wonderful man.

 

Barbara &Rick Rickman posted on 11/15/19

Carol and Gloria and family I am so sorry to hear that you loss Dad and Husband he was a wonderful man.

 

wanda hiott posted on 11/15/19

Wanda Hiott

 

 

Donna Hayden posted on 11/15/19

I'm so sorry for your loss Gloria. Prayers sent for you and your family.

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 11/15/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Robert Lyndell Spinks, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Air Force Veteran, Robert Lyndell Spinks, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 11/15/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Phillip Ross Klinefelter, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Veteran, Phillip Ross Klinefelter, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Sonia Boone posted on 11/15/19

Though we'd only met on two occasions, the love he had for his family was very evident. Randy and I had the opportunity to be included in one of the Sunday breakfasts; we must have had 4 tables joined together and every person that came in he enjoyed and appreciated his large family coming together! I send prayers of comfort, and ask that you hold tight to your memories that will keep him close in your hearts until the Day of the Resurrection.

 

Victoria Myers posted on 11/15/19

Andi was a very special friend and I will always remember our good times.

 

Ellen (Morris) Janes posted on 11/15/19

So sorry to hear about Phil I was happy to see you guys a few years ago up in Ct. you know he is not in pain anymore RIP Phil sending prayers to all

 

Margarita Cruz Vargas posted on 11/15/19

One of the Most Kindest and Amazing person Mr Phil was so kind to me when I joined our VFW Post 4809!! Go Yankees, rest in peace Mr Phil we have the watch. May God bless your fmily during this difficult time!

 

 

Theresa posted on 11/15/19

My sister, Fran, was a very strong person who experienced many challenges in her life. She faced all of these with courage and strength.

 

The Lacey Family posted on 11/14/19

My heart and prayers go out to the family in this most difficult time.

 

Brian Grandle posted on 11/14/19

Phil was a great man and will be greatly missed. I really enjoyed golfing with him back in the day.

 

Joanne Stinnett posted on 11/14/19

Carol, I am so very sorry for the loss of your Dad. I know that pain. My heart aches for you. I know words don't help right now but please know that my prayers are with you and your family. Prayers, Love and Hugs.

 

Bill Holtzner posted on 11/14/19

, Phil was a true friend, when I move back to Ga, both he and Gloria gave me support and wished me the best. I was his weekend manager at the Post for 5 yrs and our friendship grew. I will miss him like others but I know he is at rest. Gloria I send my love to you with many prayers.

 

Rhonda, Graham and Margaret Leaver posted on 11/14/19

Sorry for your loss but he was a great man. Sorry we can't come up.

 

Winston H. Willey posted on 11/14/19

I saw Butch a few days before he passed. He wasn't in good spirits. He have gave me a lot of his insights on life and we had a lot of laughs. He also gave me a copy of A Best Seller and autographed it. I will never forget him.

 

Billy and Denise Baker posted on 11/14/19

So very sad for the loss of Tony. He raised a wonderful young man that we’ve been blessed to call our son in law.

 

Jessica Perry posted on 11/13/19

We love you and will miss you so much Aunt Liz! I always looked forward to seeing your posts and comments pop up on facebook. And I will never forget the story you always shared with me when you would babysit me. RIP you will be greatly missed.

 

Mike and Lynn Benedict posted on 11/13/19

A friend and very kind person loyal Pythian and father. He will be greatly missed. We love you Mikee

 

Todd Rose posted on 11/13/19

So sorry to hear of Mikes passing, he was a great Pythian Brother and will be missed.

 

Todd Rose posted on 11/13/19

We are so sad to hear of Mikes passing. Our prayers to the family. He was a good Pythian Brother, God Bless.

 

Kendra Medlin posted on 11/13/19

Sending love and hugs to Kayla, Kim, and Keesha from Missouri. Fly High Momma Liz! You are so loved and missed!

 

Thomas Riley posted on 11/13/19

Robert or, as most knew him "Bob", was the owner of Worlds Best Comic store in Newport News, VA. His quiet, pleasant demeanor will be missed. Bob's vast knowledge of the Comic book and Sci-Fi entertainment industry was locally and internationally well known and respected. As a single parent with two boys, the "Comic" store provided a safe place for my oldest Vincent to collect, trade, and learn about the comic book industry. Bob became Vincent's friend and mentor. Thanks in part to Bob's influence, Vincent is now a successful gaming artist with Electronic Arts in California. He will be attending funeral services in Newport News to bid a final goodbye to his friend Bob.

 

Mary Soule posted on 11/13/19

When I moved next door to Art and Louise in the winter of 2013, I had a broken leg, and was using a walker. Art got wind of that, and he started putting the newspaper on my top step for me every morning! He also took my garbage and recycling cans out to the curb and back every week. This went on-- on and off-- for several years, as I had to have several operations on that leg. Another neighbor told me I had just moved into Mayberry, and she was right. Art (and Louise) became my "go to" people for advice on everything home owner. Their home and landscaping on Dermott were "Home and Gardens" beautiful. They set high standards for the rest of us. I used to love to see Art out there tending his flowers. We were both working in our front yards one day a year ago this past summer. I looked over to wave Hi to the two of them. He was taking a break, and there they were, in their upper eighties, sitting on their front steps together like a couple of teenagers in love. We will all miss Art's advice and opinions, his stories and his sense of humor, his loyalty to country, and his love of his family and neighbors. Mary

 

Jon Farrell posted on 11/13/19

Liz you truly will be missed by all. The kindness and concern you showed for others was one of a kind. I will miss that sense of humour that you had and trying to make us smile each and everyday.

 

Patrick Moore and Karen Moore posted on 11/13/19

Art, was our my friend. Somewhat like a father to me. He taught us a lot about flower's and shrubbery, I would say we have one of the prettiest yards in our neighborhood, because of Art Bates. He regaled us with many stories of his travels while in the US Navy. He was a bit cantankerous and opinionated, but that was Art Bates. His heart was bigger than his gruff exterior. I know he cared about us and our family. I know that he loved Louise with all his heart and rarely left her side, once retired. I know he helped his children and grandchildren and loved them the best he knew how. Louise, was his softer side and reined him in. They were a great team for 72 years. I will miss, Mr. B, as I liked to call him. I know there is a place in heaven for my friend. My condolences to his wife Louise and his children and grandchildren. Patrick and Karen Moore

 

Lisa Eckerlein-Bean posted on 11/13/19

She was one of the most fun loving people I've ever had the pleasure of calling my friend. My she rest in eternal peace

 

 

Sandy Terpening posted on 11/13/19

I am so sorry. My thoughts and prayers are with you all!

 

Sandra Coons {Corea} posted on 11/13/19

So happy that we had a friendship for so many years, did a lot, shared much more, always there for each other back in the day. These last few years have been hard on you, but---you still stayed Liz, right to the end! You may not be of this world any more, but you will always be in my heart! Say hey to Pete and Emily for me, they raised one hell of a daughter!!!

 

Kim koeppen posted on 11/13/19

Mom I love you more then anything in the world. This hurts a lot. But I know you are in a better place. Nothing is going to ever be the same just know everyone loves you and I’ll miss you everyday ❤️

 

Kathlene Jennings posted on 11/13/19

You will be missed my friend! We shared some truly wonderful adventures! Warrensburg was never the same after us. Fly high Liz!!☮

 

Maureen Sasso Lugo posted on 11/13/19

So sorry for your loss☮️❤️ Your mom and I grew up together in Glasco, N.Y.

 

Dean Robertson posted on 11/12/19

I spoke with Butch the day before his passing. He seemed more calm then he had been lately. I will miss listening to his surf stories. And I will miss him as a friend. My condolences to the family. He was definitely one of a kind.

 

Dean Robertson posted on 11/12/19

I spoke with Butch the day before his passing. He seemed more peaceful than he had in the last few months. I always enjoyed listening to his Surf stories.I miss him so much. He was definitely one of a kind. My condolences to the family.

 

Anna Panter posted on 11/12/19

Mr. John, I did not know you for very long, but I'm sure glad I was able to meet you!!! Going to miss your stories, our music chats and planting one on your cheek at my arrivals and departurse from your home!! Thank you for your service and thank you for sharing your LP's with me!!!

 

Bernice Waller posted on 11/12/19

My thoughts and prayers are with the Smith Family. Randolph was my classmate and he always had a smile. Rest in peace Randy.

 

NANCY F BEJA posted on 11/12/19

FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY: I have very fond memories from the times I visited Virginia Beach to see Cal and Mickey. Loved speaking to Mush with his wry humor and talking baseball with him. Really enjoyed being with the while family at Passover at the Honey and Mush's. Will miss him and I'm so sorry I can't get down for the funeral.

 

 

Alfreda Harvey posted on 11/12/19

Sympathy and prayers.

 

 

Alfreda Harvey posted on 11/12/19

So sorry for your loss. May God give you peace and strength. Childhood friend of Virginia, Mary and Joseph -Alfreda Harvey from Enfield NC

 

Tara Thompson posted on 11/12/19

I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Butch. My deepest condolences to the family. Butch was always like a second father to me. His wisdom & advice will be deeply missed. I can not express the impact that he had on my life. Forever in my heart, Tara

 

Delcie Allen posted on 11/12/19

My condolences to the family of my classmate Randolph.

 

Ward and Carrie Carroll posted on 11/12/19

Martin, We are so sorry to hear of your Uncle’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

 

Lynn Jarvis Fisher posted on 11/11/19

I will never forget working with Butch and Drew at the T-Shirt shop. They gave me my first job. I learned a lot from Butch over the years that I worked there. I think the most important lesson I learned from him was that it was okay to be free spirited. Everyone cannot fit into the same mold, because that would make life boring. I will never forget him. My condolences to Drew and the Maloney family.

 

Ken & Janice Gerlach posted on 11/11/19

Dear Moya, We are so sorry to hear about the passing of John. I have so many great memories of times spent with John - sharing an apartment together at VT, fishing trips, playing sports together, visiting you & John in Hawaii, both of our weddings & many more. He was a great person whose company I always enjoyed. I know he was a really good husband, father & grandfather who will be missed very much by all of you. Cherish the wonderful memories you all have of him. We wish you & your family happy days ahead remembering John as the terrific person he was. Our best wishes to you and your family.

 

Camellia Moses Okpodu posted on 11/11/19

A dear friend and colleague. One of the kindest people I have ever had a privilege to work with. Rest on Jim. I am so sorry we lost contact. But, your legacy lives on via your children, grandchildren and the students you educated. My deepest condolences to your family.

 

 

Nancy Arienti posted on 11/11/19

I miss you so much sis, I can’t believe your gone. You will live forever in my heart and thank you for all the beautiful memories. I love you so much.

 

Lisa Martinelli and David Patosky posted on 11/10/19

Jonah, What a beautiful life so well-lived. May you and your family find comfort and peace in the memories you share. Our deepest sympathies to you, however, as you grieve this great loss.

 

Jennie and Joe Barco posted on 11/10/19

Andi will always have a special place in our hearts. She was an amazing Lady. Our sincere condolences to Candi and your family.

 

Mike and Shelly German posted on 11/10/19

We wend our condolences to you at this sad time. John was a friend,co-worker, boss and often a funny guy who truly loved his family and friends. He will be sorely missed. Please know that you all are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Angela Watson Lewis posted on 11/9/19

My thought and prayers are with the Smith family. Randolph, my classmate, was always a smart and kind friend. Fond memories of him are everlasting to all that knew him.

 

Dwight N. Mack posted on 11/9/19

Always remembering his calm, quiet mannerism & the great times as roommates & frat brothers at UMES. May God continue to bless you all with happy memories of the great man of God shared with us this span of time.

 

John Mcgurn posted on 11/9/19

 

John Mcgurn posted on 11/9/19

love you old man

 

 

John Mcgurn posted on 11/9/19

love you dad sorry can't make the trip

 

Cristina Alston posted on 11/8/19

Mr. Smith (aka Deacon Smith ) was and always a nice and kind person to me. He will always be missed by family and friends. His smile will be bright as ever in a better place. Love you always for being you

 

Dianne Ward Kinsey posted on 11/8/19

Andi was wonderful neighbor and a loving part of my sons’ life when they were very young. She was so full of love and will forever be in our hearts.

 

Janis Smith posted on 11/8/19

I would like to extend my deepest condolences to Butch's family. What a terrific guy he was! I had the honor of knowing him thru my many years of work as the Manager of Mail Depot Inc. He no doubt will be remembered by all who ever knew him. May he rest well in the arms of our Lord

 

The Boyd’s - Calvin Sr. & Alverta posted on 11/8/19

We will miss you our neighbor and friend. You are now in the Master’s hand. Rest until we meet again. Family we are always here for you.

 

John Hales posted on 11/8/19

May you find peace and comfort in your time of need

 

Avis Webb and family posted on 11/8/19

Knowing your family for years and years sorry to hear of the loss.From Avis Webb and NFl player#23 of Cincinnati Bengals Bw Webb

 

Maria Taylor posted on 11/7/19

We Remember Mr.& Mrs. Smith Serving at our 1st Christmas party at New JERUSALEM CATHEDRAL OF WINSTON SALEM. our Deepest Sympathy

 

Fletcher, Thelma White posted on 11/7/19

Fletcher and Thelma White Northside High class mates, Our thoughts and prayers are with you,

 

Shari Ewers posted on 11/7/19

Uncle jimmy and I were so saddened to hear this news of Devon’s passing! She will be missed terribly by all that knew and loved her!!! Rest In Peace beautiful woman!!!

 

Roger & Ida Givens posted on 11/7/19

Myra and family: We will keep you in our prayers.

 

Frances D Starr posted on 11/7/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with your entire family, Pat, Myra and Grady. May God give you the strength you all need to during this time. God bless you all - Frances, Jordan, Kathy and the Starr Family!

 

Frances Starr posted on 11/7/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you - Myra and your family during this difficult time. RIVHSA Board of Directors and Frances

 

Ed & DeVeria Gore and family posted on 11/7/19

Randy was a good, always there no matter what friend. Pat and family may God grant you peace and comfort during this time of sorrow and know that Randy is just fine now because he is with the Lord.

 

Frank Bland posted on 11/7/19

Brother Smith, Although no words can really help to ease the loss you bear, just know that you are very close in every thought and prayer. May God give you and the family comfort and peace.

 

Meaghan Dutton-Blask posted on 11/7/19

I'm so sorry to hear of Mr. Bromley's passing. I have such warm memories of him from high school. He really was SO generous with his time and energy, and I'll never forget him,

 

 

KEITH and ANGELA TAYLOR posted on 11/6/19

We are sadden for your loss. We will keep our dear Sister and the family in our prayers. Strength and peace.

 

Rev. Jay Wagner posted on 11/6/19

Mike defined for me what it means to be a good steward. His volunteer ministries and devotion to Ascension are admirable. I enjoyed his company, his humor, and presence. I will always remember Mike's announcing, "Crowd's Here" at social events when I showed up (meaning he knew I liked to eat!). Rest in eternal peace, Mike!

 

Ruth Ewers posted on 11/6/19

Devon was my niece. I am so heartbroken. Devon had a bright outlook and had overcome such hardship in her life. My heart goes out to her daughter. Devon, be at peace. I will always remember our time together when you were a child and will hold your memory close.

 

Matt & Willie Chapman posted on 11/6/19

With Deepest sympathy

 

Britney Ewers posted on 11/6/19

Devon was my cousin and like a sister growing up. I am devastated I did see the notice of her passing in time to attend her funeral. I will always love you Devon!

 

Marty Sawyer posted on 11/5/19

My thoughts are with the entire Williams family during this sad time. May you all find comfort in the love and support that surrounds you. Sincerely, Marty

 

 

Deanna Kline posted on 11/5/19

Ms Treloar has such amazing spunk, she showed an energy and passion few display when young, though she did even when very aged. She will not be forgotten.

 

David Nuckols posted on 11/5/19

Moya, I am so sorry to hear about John. Whenever I think about him, I remember a really nice guy who was always a true gentleman. I remember how enjoyable it was to socialize and play basketball/softball with him in the 1970s and 1980s. In more recent years, I would run into him occasionally at transportation conferences and relish the opportunity to catch up with him. He was a person who left a favorable impression on everyone he met. You, Kerry and Jeremy are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Tim and Mary Shannon posted on 11/5/19

Thinking of you at this most difficult time .

 

Sue Fitzpatrick posted on 11/4/19

To all of the Roland Family - I am so sorry to read of the passing of John. John was always a pleasant and welcoming face to see in Virginia at the Asphalt Association Meetings. When he retired, I did miss seeing him at the meetings as he was always one that would not miss saying hello. Keeping you all in my prayers. God definitely received one of the good guys into heaven with John!

 

A. Marine posted on 11/4/19

Semper Fi Marine, Rip.

 

Francisco Hardy posted on 11/4/19

My condolences, heart and prayers go out to the family. Andre will truly be missed. Love, Frankie

 

Kiersten Charlet posted on 11/4/19

I love you Kathleen. It’s so hard to believe you are not physically here with us anymore but I know you are here in spirit. I can’t wait for the day I see you again. I love you baby sister. I know you are watching over us all.

 

Shannon Frye posted on 11/4/19

My family offers our deepest condolences. I knew of Sharon only from the wonderful stories that Mr Scott would tell us at school. She had to have a loving spirit to compliment what a great man John is. You are in our prayers.

 

Beth (Harzold) Teixeira posted on 11/4/19

I was so sorry to hear of Brom's passing. High school productions with him are my favorite high school memories. Between The Miracle Worker, You Can't Take it With You, Dinner Murder Mystery theaters every year, and many other productions - he was always ready to help us have fun and teach us in the process. He also was the first person to ever let me use a power tool. Sending your entire family lots of love.

 

Linda Haynes Beeson posted on 11/4/19

So sorry for your loss. Praying for all the family. I hate that I didn’t get to know my cousin. Just met her this year when her mom passed away. Bless you all.

 

Darlene Strobis posted on 11/3/19

To the entire Bromley Family, So very sorry to hear of the loss of a husband, father and grandfather. I know that he played an important and significant role in all of your lives and will be missed greatly by you all. Take care of each other and know that he is in the loving hands of our Lord now. Prayers for peace and comfort in this difficult time.

 

Stacey Saunders posted on 11/3/19

From the first day I met Sharon, she made me smile from ear to ear. She was an absolute angel here on earth and now has her wings. Memories to share are plentiful and too hard to select one. RIP my friend. I miss and love you!

 

 

Betty Whitby posted on 11/3/19

I will remember his soft spoken ways and a loving heart.

 

Bill Woodfin posted on 11/3/19

I worked with John for many years at the Water Control Board. He was not only a coworker but also a friend. John had a great sense of humor and I thoroughly enjoyed our association. My sincere condolences to Moya and the rest of John’s family.

 

Bradley Chewning posted on 11/3/19

My condolences to the Roland family. I met John when I started with the State Water Control Board in the early 1970's. He was a coworker and a friend. He had a good personality that made him a pleasure to work with. My thanks to Moya for keeping us posted on his health.

 

Mike and Kathy Witham posted on 11/3/19

We are very sorry to hear of the loss of your husband. He was a very special man and will be missed by everyone who knew him.

 

Zelda Hardy posted on 11/3/19

I worked with John, and in fact, reported to him at one point. He was intelligent, kind, genuine, witty and indeed displayed the utmost integrity. My deepest sympathy to Moya and all the family. May God comfort each one as you grieve this deep loss. Zelda Hardy

 

Terrence Fahey posted on 11/3/19

Mary Ann and family, I know you will miss Mike we all will. He was a great guy and an excellent leader. I was surprised at how much he had a hand in shaping and the many lives he touched. My lives and I will keep all of you in our prayers.

 

Absalom O'Neil posted on 11/1/19

Nancy was an amazing human being with a warm heart. She was a loving mother, grandmother and friend. She had an enviable jois de vivre that I admired. Though her light has gone out here the night sky will be brighter with her there.

 

John. E. Robbins Jr., Tribal Self Governance Hoopa Valley Tribe posted on 11/1/19

I just want to send my deepest condolences to a good friend, in which, I have just most recently have gotten to know with my trips to D.C. for Tribal Self Governance. Sending my deepest condolences to Juliet Pittman and her family from the Hoopa Valley Tribe. May the K'ixinay try and bring you and your family some much needed comfort during your time of loss.

 

Lindsey Waller posted on 11/1/19

I am so sorry for your loss and sending love, thoughts and prayers to your family!

 

Randy Capps posted on 11/1/19

I will remember Dennis, one of my former Leadman at Norshipco, as a great man to work for. Although we only worked together a short time, Dennis showed me his talents as a carpenter and i learned a lot from him. Dennis was an intelligent, determined and thoughtfull guy. Once I was going through a rough time, and he offered to help anyway he could. Great guy Dennis, I know his family will miss him. RIP my friend

 

Jerry Figueroa posted on 10/31/19

Bill you were an inspiration to me and I’m sure many others. You’re always funny and joy to be around and a great golfing partner. I only knew you for about five years but your memory will be with me The rest of my days. Hey buddy if you see Jack Buddy Henry and Harry tell them I said hello. May God bless and keep your family and comfort with the knowledg May God bless and keep your family and comfort Them with a nice that you are a man who was well respected night and loved by numerous people.

 

Robyn Giles posted on 10/31/19

I had to pleasure to know Mr. Kemp over the years. He was a funny guy and I am thankful I got to know him. I did not realize he had passed away and I am so sorry to hear that. He loved his children and seemed to always have a great time with them and hunting.

 

 

Deltricia Hilliard posted on 10/31/19

Love to the family of Miss Catherine!!!

 

Leyaire Blunt posted on 10/31/19

Kathleen Charlet it honestly sux to hear all this!. I'm overwhelmed with all sorts of emotions right now and can't seem to grasp the idea that you, my friend, a girl who help made me feel cool at work years ago is now gone I'll never forget how kind you were to me and how much you made me feel accepted, regardless of how goofy and silly I got! I'll never forget the awesome feeling I got when you agreed to make a, " How to eat a Twix video" on youtube with my new phone. It didn't go viral like we both expected but because you help make me feel accepted, I tend to revisit that same video from time to time. My biggest regret now is never telling you how thankful I was for all that. I would tell you that you played a part in making me be more outgoing and accepting of myself. That I was cool regardless of what people think of me or how I thought of myself. I personally still struggle from time to time when it comes to self confidence and being my true self but because of how you treated me in the past it helped made me grow. I miss all the como fam and want to wish them all the best but most of all I want to wish the family that you started the best in life and wish to send my condolences to the rest of your family. You will be sorely missed, old friend. Thanks for everything girl! You truly helped young "Leyaire Blunt" get through some of life's personal hurdles. God bless you Kathleen Charlet

 

Shelby Figueroa posted on 10/31/19

Kat was the most beautiful friend inside and out. My heart and thoughts are with her family during this most difficult time. She will be deeply missed by many.

 

Joyce & Stacy Howard posted on 10/31/19

To the family of Dennis Edward Sears Jr. My mother and I wish to express our sincerest condolences to you. At such a time as this it is very encouraging to know that the Bible can provide the best of comforting words during this unhappy occasion. We've found the accounts of the resurrections of the daughter of Jairus at Luke 8:49-55 & that of Lazarus at John 11:39-45 to be very uplifting. We've learned these accounts as well as other wonderful miracles performed by Christ Jesus during his earthly ministry, served as but a preview of what is soon to take place on a global scale as promised by his Heavenly Father Jehovah, finally removing the pain and sorrow felt during this difficult time. Other texts you may want to consider which happen to be some of our favorites are: Isaiah 25:8, 1Corinthians 15:26, Psalm 34:18 & Revelation 21:3, 4. For a certainty these promises offer a real solid hope and are true because God cannot lie. (Titus 1:2) Until these wonderful promises are fulfilled from Jehovah God by means of His Son Jesus Christ, we wish family and friends peace and comfort that Jehovah, the God of comfort, will give you. (2Corinthians 1:3, 4) Our most heartfelt regards, Joyce & Stacy Howard.

 

Ron & Elizabeth Alexander posted on 10/31/19

My brother Jimmy helped me as I matured as an adult. We grew-up in Brooklyn - Queens - Long Island, NY. We all attended the same grammar and high schools, together. As Catholic men, Jim would strive to hold onto his sacramental duties, as best he could. Jim had four children and a step-child, after marriage to three wives We know that he outlived two of these wives. Although he loved all of his family members, Salhi and Ife, he held closest, as well as their mother, Bettye. His love for investigation, a major trait of the Alexander family, directed his attention as a NYC Police Officer and as a Professor of Criminology. He tried to provide for his family throughout his life. We will always miss Jimmy, the first of four brothers to make it home. God bless you Jim! We will always love and think of you.

 

Love Synthia Clint Nikki Corey posted on 10/30/19

To my Uncle Henry and family I was so sorry to hear the news about Andre but if its any releif is knowing Aunt Sarah is waiting with open arms God bless you and family.

 

Sara Harris posted on 10/30/19

I can't believe you are gone. You were one of those amazing Angels we very rarely meet in life. I loved bagging with you when I worked at the oceana commissary. You made me laugh, you were a great worker and you were also my friend. I wished we could have talked more, bit as they say, you will always be here in our hearts and your loved ones heart. Rest in heaven sweet beautiful woman that you are. I'll miss you Kathleen.

 

Shantae Bradley posted on 10/30/19

I knew you briefly when you worked at the Oceana Commissary as a bagger. You were always a sweet, kind young lady. May God bless your peaceful journey back to the father, and may his words comfort those left mourning.

 

Grant Family posted on 10/30/19

To My Cousins, I'm just shaking my head. Another cousin went on home. But, my heart goes out to you all. You willingness be in my prayers. May God continue to keep and restore you all. Love you and keep your eyes on God.

 

Grant/Family posted on 10/30/19

Brenda

 

Janet Weiss posted on 10/30/19

Sending our thought, prayers, & love to Lynn, Desi, Robbie , Rachael, Melody, Elizabeth ,Elise & family . We are saddened & shocked to hear of Dennis’ passing . As we think back on some fond memories some that come to mind is how warmly Dennis welcomed our “ northerner” daughter into the family after marrying Desi. How he took care of her - like a dad- since we live 450 miles away. One example of this is when Dennis came over to pull Rachael AND her car out of the deep ditch she backed into when they lived at Land of Promise rd. This is just one of many things we were so thankful For; Dennis! We love you ! We will miss you. Sincerely Janet & Jim Weiss(Pennsylvania)

 

 

Mrs. Hattie Calm & Family posted on 10/30/19

To The Steward Family, We are so sorry to hear about the loss of Andre. May his soul rest in eternal peace. May God bless and strengthen you all! Love, Hattie, Paul & Family

 

 

Bernadette M Dubuss posted on 10/29/19

Though I did not know your son, his obituary touched me because I, too, lost a beloved son all too soon. Cherish the memories. He will always be with you in spirit. Susan Trahadias is my niece and she posted his memorial.

 

Eileen posted on 10/29/19

Grief never ends... but it changes. It’s a passage, not a place to stay. Grief is not a sign of weakness, nor a lack of faith... It is the price of LOVE -author unknown

 

Betsy DiPilato posted on 10/29/19

We were neighbors with Thelma in the late '70's and I last saw her in the late 80's. Thelma was so much fun! We were both from Maryland and enjoyed talking about the words and phrases that we used coming from there. She was unique and very interesting. I send sincere condolences to Kathleen and Vickie.

 

Melanie Sears posted on 10/29/19

Dennis, You were the BEST father-in-law I could have ever hoped or wished for. Thank You for loving me and treating like a daughter and not a daughter-in-law. I will miss your jokes, talks and just your overall presence. I will never forget you and you will always remain in my heart. Love Always, Melanie (Mel)

 

Laura Conley posted on 10/29/19

Dennis will forever be loved and missed by both Ron and myself. There are so many great memories of fun times we shared. Our hearts go out to all of you.

 

Kimberly Johnstone posted on 10/29/19

Dennis loved Lynn, and his family very much. Because of his devotion they are a very loving family. I know they will remain close and keep his memory bright in their hearts. Dennis had a very dry sense of humor. Which I enjoyed very much at the flower shop. Very day for the past 8 years, I would ask him “ How are you Dennis”. Everyday he had the same response, “ Just another day in paradise”. I will miss him and the flower shop just will not be the same without him. God Bless and Rest In Peace.

 

Eleanor Knight posted on 10/28/19

Mary was a good friend not only to me but to all that knew her. She will truly be missed not only by her family but her church family also.

 

ted flannagan posted on 10/28/19

Clyde was married to my aunt mamie ( deceased) and they both were wonderful people. The two of them worked together as a team and built a quality company catering to people wanting a home constructed to meet their desires. Clyde and Mamie had an outstanding reputation for providing future home owners with complete and full satisfaction. They were both hard working people and lived the a full life with their God, church, family and friends. I am very proud to have had the opportunity to know such wonderful family members. I say this to my uncle Clyde, go forth and join aunt Mamie as heaven awaits you. God Bless

 

Kristie S Matheson posted on 10/28/19

There was an empty space at our Thursday morning table last week, we cried, prayed and remembered our dear friend. Nancy brought so much to our weekly meetings, was so loved, and will continue to be sorely missed each week. Please know that our group continues to lift up your family in prayer, just as we have prayed for Nancy during this journey. We feel blessed to have know her, call her our friend and feel the loss.

 

Twila May posted on 10/28/19

Aunt Nancy was a wonderful addition to the Hendricks family. I will always think of her memories of her kindness. Gone too soon. Love you, Aunt Nancy.

 

 

Sarah posted on 10/27/19

Thank you for all of the memories. I could not have asked for a better mom, friend, companion, helper. I am so happy that you and daddy are back together. I love you both.

 

John C. Marshall posted on 10/27/19

I am sad to learn of Nancy's passing. She was a fine lady and a friend. I shall miss her and believing that she is in heaven, I hope to see her there.

 

bridget neff posted on 10/27/19

sally and kids rick was one of a kind person always remember seeing him with his mountain dew

 

Aimee Brinn posted on 10/27/19

Sally, My heart breaks for you. Sending prayers and love. I’m truly sorry. Love, Aimee Brinn

 

Cornelius McGinty posted on 10/27/19

I a so sorry for your loss. I will miss hanging out with Rick when I come up to visit. He was a great guy.

 

Fran & George posted on 10/27/19

I am so sorry. When I think of Rick Sr. I think of him always fixing things, building things and holding the hugest cup of his favorite beverage his Pepsi.

 

Leroy and Kathy Williams posted on 10/27/19

Rick was a dear friend and came to our house to play Cribbage almost every Sat. Night. .He. Was like family. We will always miss him. You have our sympathies Sally and family.

 

Elizabeth Doll posted on 10/27/19

We are sorry for your loss. Rick was a great guy and will be missed by all. Elizabeth and Frank Doll

 

Jim and Cindy Holben posted on 10/26/19

When we think of Rick, we can remember all the fun times growing up together. Hanging out at Morrow’s Store, Morgan diner’s, and later playing card with our wife’s. Your funny wise remarks and sense of humor will be missed. Miss you buddy!

 

Joe and Judy Marzullo posted on 10/26/19

With Our Deepest Sympathy... Rick was a great friend and so fun loving to be around. Sally, you and your family are in our thoughts and in our heartfelt prayers. Love you. Joe and Judy

 

Mary Gillespie Armstead posted on 10/25/19

Bobby's mom and my mom were sisters. Their family lived in Virginia and we lived in North Carolina. In our younger years, we'd have family gatherings or reunions and he was always a lot of fun. I remember the 4 Ross boys singing gospel quartet music. We haven't seen each other in a long time, but I'm happy that over the past few years, I have been in contact and sent him numerous photos of his parents, grandparents, children, & other family that my folks had taken. He was always appreciative. His family know what a special guy he was. He's no longer dependent on oxygen to breathe freely, and his body has received total healing. Thanks be to God for my cousin, Bobby.

 

Barbara Talhelm posted on 10/25/19

I am so sorry for your loss. All of you are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Roger posted on 10/25/19

Sorry for loss. Rick was a good friend. He made growing up in meridian fun and interesting. I will miss him. You guys are in our thoughts and prayers. Love Roger and Joyce

 

Clay Hale posted on 10/24/19

Words can not explain how blessed I am to have had Nancy in my life. Though my heart is heavy now, I know that I will always be able to look back and smile at the joyful memories that are left.

 

 

Members of Ocean View Lighthouse Church posted on 10/23/19

The family of Ocean View Lighthouse Church extends to the family our sincere condolences for their loss. George Herder's legacy extends on through his daughter and son-in-law, Linda and Jim, as they take up the mantle of ministry as Senior Pastors for our church. Our prayers are with the entire family through this difficult time.

 

 

Lisa posted on 10/23/19

My best friend Bill . I will keep you in my heart forever. I’ll always remember our last day together. All of my love Lisa

 

Lorraine Walsh posted on 10/22/19

Martha came and lived with us and was like a sister. My parents, Ruth and Pic cared for her like a daughter. Many fun times were had at their home and trips to the beach off 69th Street. Martha will be remembered for her kindness and loving heart, always willing to say a prayer for anyone who needed it. She will be missed my many. Love you, Martha Toddy

 

Gayle Gremillion Waylett posted on 10/21/19

Laura, on behalf of the Hebard & Gremillion Family from New Orleans, please know that you are in our hearts, thoughts & prayers. We are so thankful you & Mickey visited us over the past few years as we have many fond & fun memories of your visits. We will never forget Mickey’s charming personality & funny stories. He was a true “gentleman” & we feel blessed to have known him. Please know you are always welcome down South!

 

The Gremillion Family, New Orleans posted on 10/21/19

On behalf of the Gremillion Family, please know that we are remembering you in our hearts, thoughts and prayers. We are so thankful that you and Mickey visited our family in New Orleans over the past few years. We have such fun and fond memories of our times together and will never forget Mickey’s charming personality and entertaining stories. You are always welcome to visit us anytime in NOLA!

 

Laura Lane posted on 10/21/19

Martha and family, Grief is the price we pay for love. Jerry will be missed but he is in a better place. The JOY Class at AGC remembers you in prayer.

 

Liz dashiell posted on 10/21/19

Bobby and Nash, I have so many memories of your mom and I and our experiences growing up together. We became even closer after you and my kids were born. The service was so nice and it brought back my time with all of you. Much love sent your way.

 

 

LaTasha Mills posted on 10/20/19

Rest peacefully cousin.

 

gail sledg posted on 10/19/19

Mark you will forever be missed But never forgotten rest my dear friend

 

Beverly Ellis-Hebard posted on 10/19/19

Yesterday I flew to Virginia. Today I will say goodbye to a wonderful happy strong man. Uncle Mickey was 91 and had a heart of gold! He was my husband’s last living uncle! He was tall, handsome and most of all a gentleman! I met him about 20 years ago. I recall having a conversation with Uncle Mickey about how he was near my dads age and very much reminded me of my dad , His simple yet wise words to me, well Bev, they were the times we lived in back then.We learned values, respect and we were grateful for what we had not regretful for what we didn’t! As I sit here watching the sun rise knowing he is now yet another I can look for each night in my sky! Shine bright Uncle Mickey! You will be missed . I love you and will miss your smiling face!

 

Katie D posted on 10/19/19

Ms Gegner was my 4th grade teacher during the 94-95 season at parkway elementary. She was funny, caring and full of life. RIP Ms Gegner <3

 

 

Sharon Jackson posted on 10/19/19

Sleep in paradise Mark. You were a sweet soul and will be missed.

 

Annette Grimaldo posted on 10/19/19

Dear Carrie Sorry fo the loss of your husband May God continue to give you the strength at this time of sorrow.

 

 

Audrey Evans posted on 10/19/19

RIP Mark. You will be deeply missed

 

 

Ebony Simpson posted on 10/18/19

R.I.H love you always cuz! You will be missed.

 

 

Bruce Warren Auto and family posted on 10/18/19

We knew him as Vaughan ever since he was introduced to us by Bob Langhorne. We didn't see him too often lately, but will miss him. He was such a gentle person.

 

 

Bruce Warren Auto and family posted on 10/18/19

We knew you as Vaughan from the first time you were introduced by Bob. We thank you for your friendship and will miss you. You were such a gentle man.

 

ANDREA LANGFORD posted on 10/18/19

May the God of all comfort continue to comfort you through these trials - 2 Corinthians 1:3,4

 

Kim Edwards posted on 10/18/19

Rest in love my Dear Friend, your passing has left a void that will never mend. Time gone by far to soon. I’m grateful of the time we shared Thank you for leaving a piece of you behind - She looks just like you & is one of a kind. I’m glad in the last few years we were all able to reconnect. Life is short and no matter the outcome we agreed when it came to Us there were no regrets. Rest in Love my Dear Friend, Father of my Daughter. Rest Easy knowing this life’s work is done and eternal life awaits you!

 

Jada Jackson posted on 10/18/19

RIH mark I love u u will forever be missed ❤️❤️❤️❤️

 

Carla Brown posted on 10/18/19

My condolences to the family and rest on love Mark. Avery & Shanee mother

 

Carla Brown posted on 10/18/19

My condolences to the family and RIL Mark

 

 

Jackie C Oakley posted on 10/18/19

RIP I love you Bro.

 

jerone and tina hodges, bryce general posted on 10/18/19

Cathy and family - Our deepest sympathy during this difficult time. Praying for strength for all of you in the days to come - we will be thinking of you

 

Marilyn Frejosky posted on 10/18/19

Lisa must’ve been a marvelous person my granddaughter and great granddaughter Ashley and Mila holiday thought the world of her you have my sympathy God bless all of you

 

Marilyn Frejosky posted on 10/18/19

I did not know Lisa but my granddaughter and great granddaughter Ashley and Mila holiday went to the library quite often and they loved her. My heart goes out to all the family she seem like such a wonderful person. She isIn my prayers and your video was lovely. God bless all of you for having known her.

 

Jannette Hunt posted on 10/18/19

Father Park was amazing and fun, and everyone at Roanoke Catholic LOVED him! He lit up rooms with his fun-loving approach and way he engaged children. He was very easy to talk to and always knew the right thing to say. In VA.Beach, my aunt and cousins had the pleasure of welcoming him and sharing in his wisdom and laughter! He will be missed, but the previous memories I hold will live in my heart daily.

 

CH posted on 10/17/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8 Condolences

 

Ronald Hebard posted on 10/17/19

I have fond memories of watching my Dad, Uncle Mickey, Uncle Roy and Grandma working together in the camera store on Fresh Pond Road in Queens. They made going to work look like fun. Every once in a while, Mickey would announce he was leaving work early to go to the track. My Dad always said he could tell how well Mickey did at the track by how talkative he was the next morning. Uncle Mickey will be missed for sure!! Ron

 

David McGhee, Mechanicsville, VA posted on 10/17/19

Russ & family, please accept my deepest and most heartfelt sympathy. May God's presence comfort you during this difficult time and bring you peace that surpasses all understanding.

 

CLINTON HEBARD posted on 10/17/19

So sorry for your loss Laura. Your father was a special person with a great appreciation of life. He certainly helped me in a time of need. Clinton

 

Vicki Corder posted on 10/16/19

Pat and family. I am so, so sorry for your loss. Even though Lisa and I had not spoken verbally in a long while, I know she was still the beautiful person she had always been. Even way back in elementary school. You were blessed while she was with you and though there is comfort in knowing she is now in glory with God I KNOW how much it hurts. I pray for comfort for you all during this very difficult time.

 

Mary posted on 10/16/19

To the family, my heartfelt condolences for your loss. Please find comfort in the knowledge that soon God will wipe out 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.”(Rev. 21:3,4) May this promise give you comfort now and a real hope for the future. My deepest sympathies.

 

Kendalle Myers posted on 10/15/19

So sorry for your loss he was always kind to us and the kids. He will be missed

 

 

Debra Hollifield Myers posted on 10/15/19

My first and forever best friend. She gave me my name when I was born and gave me her love and support all her life. Miles apart but always in each other's Sisters forever.The world will be more beautiful now because God now has her to be His artist.

 

Rick Anderson posted on 10/15/19

Rest in Peace Skipper Edwards

 

Dana Richardson posted on 10/14/19

So sorry for your loss. Prayers of comfort for Laura.

 

Cody Weiss posted on 10/14/19

Mrs. Lisa played a major part in my upbringing and lived down the street from my family. She was always enthusiastic about the ones she loved and for life in general. She gave because she wanted to and was always there for others. She truly was a light and affected everyone around her in the most upbeat and positive way. She was and is very loved, and will be truly missed by all whose lives she touched.

 

Ellen Sawyer posted on 10/14/19

Mrs Lisa was a beautiful ray of sunshine. Her laugh made me laugh. Her kindness will always be remembered. Much love and prayers to her beautiful family

 

Mark Butts posted on 10/14/19

I first met Jeff as we along with Ed Obermeyer opened Salem Middle School as the schools first art teachers. Jeff was a soft spoken man, but his words were very powerful. A kind gentle soul my condolence goes out to the family, he was a great friend. May he rest in peace.

 

Joan Pierce Holloway posted on 10/14/19

Sorry for the loss of Your Husband and Father, I use to see him at all the basketball games and Football games when his Grandson was playing. Rest easy in Heaven.

 

Martha Cole posted on 10/14/19

My deepest sympathies to the Brady family. Lisa brought a lot of joy to the Chesapeake Library Youth Services department. It was my pleasure to have been one of her supervisors. She will be missed. May God bring you comfort.

 

Carl and Kathy Price posted on 10/14/19

Mary and Mark, You and your family are in our prayers. We remember many a basketball game or baseball game with Jacob and our Michael. Prayers for healing.

 

Susan Dowdy posted on 10/13/19

Lisa was a very sweet lady with a great smile. She could always lift you up. We talked a lot about one of my grandsons Shane and her son Chase who were both members of the GBHS MARCHING BAND. I had her son Connor in my Sunday School Class for 2 years. He is a great young man I just loved him. Just one example of how good a job she did with all of her children! Such a talented person too! She will definitely be missed. Love and prayers for all her family!

 

Sheila Dixon posted on 10/13/19

My family and I offer you our sincere condolences to your family. May God's abiding love comfort and strengthen you during this difficult period.

 

Susanne Demma posted on 10/13/19

Bobby and Nash, I am so sorry to hear about your mom. Have happy memories when your family would come over to my parents on Sir Oliver for cookouts. Love to your family. SuSu

 

Harry Jackson posted on 10/13/19

Bob , Nash am sorry for your loss Harry Jackson

 

Jeanie (Wright) Phillips posted on 10/13/19

Lisa was such a special lady! She was the very first person I met at Jazzercise, when she helped me to fill out the forms when I joined. I always enjoyed hearing her stories about her family and her horse. And she was so creative! She offered to do the flowers for our wedding, and they were beautiful! And the pictures she shared on her with a snake draped around her shoulders during a program at the library -- I couldn't help but laugh. Lisa truly was one of a kind. I send my condolences to her family. She will be greatly missed, but she will live on in the lives of those she touched.

 

 

Anne Comer posted on 10/13/19

Such a kind and gentle soul. Deepest condolences to the Brady family-

 

Marylen Melton posted on 10/13/19

I was shocked to read of Dee Dee's death. We were close friends years ago. I always loved being around her. She was a wonderful person.

 

Gina Sutton posted on 10/13/19

Our family is keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers. With deepest sympathy from Mamie Sutton and family.

 

Sarah Mawhinney posted on 10/13/19

My heart is broken for the entire Brady family. Such an incredible loss to everyone who knew her. Lisa was an angel here on Earth and I am so thankful for the 18 years I knew her. She will forever epitomize the kind of mother I have wanted to be for my children and the kind of friend I want to be for others. To her children, my former third grade students, Paige, Connor, and Chase, (and Kyle who I did not have the opportunity to teach), you are in my prayers every day. I pray you and your father all feel God's strength and that His peace fills you as you navigate this terrible loss.

 

Anthony Pearsall posted on 10/12/19

Oh Catie, I miss you so much always and forever. I cherish the memories of every last hug always and forever. You always had such a big smile to greet me with every time we seen each other. You live on in my heart and hearts of others! If you're lookin in on me from time to time could you make sure hoods dont fly up again haha. RIP my dear friend I love you always.

 

Patty Martin posted on 10/12/19

Carrie and family, I am so sorry to hear of Jack's passing. We just chatted a bit a few days before his passing and I truly enjoyed our talks. You both have been the best neighbors anyone could ask for, and I've been blessed to know you and your family. I am lifting prayers of comfort and healing for you and yours up to our Lord. I am only a phone call or a few steps away whenever you should need a listening ear or shoulder to lean on. Much love sent your way.

 

Kerstain Carter posted on 10/12/19

Ms. Diana was such an amazing person inside and out. For the brief moments I shared with her, she gave me joy and happiness. She smiled at me every time I came in the room and always made me laugh. She will be dearly missed! Blessings to the family!

 

Roberta Guimond posted on 10/12/19

Dorthy, I am sorry for your loss. You are a wonderful person and did so much for your mother. Bless you.

 

Gloria Govan posted on 10/11/19

I offer my condolences and prayers for the passing of Pop Abenir! May the peace and comfort of the Great Comforter rest upon Marilou and the family now and in the coming days!

 

Michael Raymer posted on 10/11/19

Our prayers and condolences go out to the family of Sue Sullivan. We used to go to Holy Spirit Catholic Church with her and she also was my mom's boss at the vb schools cafeterias. She was really nice.

 

Frances Harris & Family posted on 10/11/19

Condolences, Montie, Reba & family. So sorry to hear of the passing of your loved one. May you find comfort in knowing that he is at peace and pain free. If there's anything I can do to assist you , please don't hesitate to contact me. GOD bless you all.

 

Mike Tipton posted on 10/11/19

I am sorry for you loss and for my latency in providing this response. Sam was a beautiful Girl! I am grateful that I had the opportunity to know her. My condolences on your loss. God Bless you all.

 

Paul Brink posted on 10/11/19

I always called him dad whenever I saw him. I never ever heard a bad word come out of him and he always was happy to spend time with us his extended family. Soft spoken man with a big heart. Love you dad.

 

Tiffany Sweet posted on 10/11/19

Thinking of you and your family, Laura!

 

kerry moncure posted on 10/11/19

What a long a wonderful life Mickey lived! I will miss his great sense of humor and stories. I'm thankful for our two vacations we shared this year! Thank you for making us part of your family and Laura will be embraced as part of our family. We will miss you, Love Kerry and Jeff

 

Hazel posted on 10/11/19

Our deepest sympathy to Martha and the family. Sorry we could not make Jerry's funeral. Norman talked to Freddy on the phone and he could not recall Martha's address. We wanted to send you something, but this will have to do. Peace Be unto You, Hazel and Norman Parron, Jr.

 

Charles & Verneda Hamill posted on 10/11/19

Hello Montie & Reber Know that you all are in our thoughts and prayers. May GOD BLESS you hold and keep you in his hands during this time of sorrow. "Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” - Isaiah 41:10 Sincerest Condolences, Charlie & Verneda

 

The Shazier family posted on 10/11/19

Our prayers go out to the McMorris family. Sorry for your loss. Darryl will miss the spontaneous phone calls and lunches with Mr Jack.

 

Irby and Carolyn Cotton posted on 10/10/19

Carrie, I am so sorry for your loss. Praying God will hold you close and strengthen you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Connie Lowe posted on 10/10/19

Martha so sorry for your loss of Jerry. Praying for you!

 

Dana Wells posted on 10/10/19

You are in my heart and prayers, rest in peace Jerry

 

Susan's FMB Work Family posted on 10/10/19

We are very sorry for your loss and will be thinking of you during this difficult time

 

Darlene Maria Christian posted on 10/10/19

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family of Mr. Jack McMorris. We are sorry for your loss. May God comfort and give you peace to endure. With much love, Rachel Fuller, Darlene Christian and family

 

Susan's FMB Work Family posted on 10/10/19

We are very sorry for your loss and will think of you all during this difficult time.

 

Courtney DeWitt posted on 10/10/19

Please accept our sympathy on the passing of your dear father. I know he was a special man because of all of the beautiful children he has! Much love to you all at this difficult time. Chris, Courtney, Catherine and John DeWitt

 

Anne Hardison Howard posted on 10/10/19

I was Mamie’s seventh grade teacher at Linkhorn Park Elementary School when it was on Laskin Road. It was my first year of teaching and a challenging year for Mamie. She was a sweet girl, though, and I have always remembered her through the years and how hard she tried to overcome her challenges. May you Rest In Peace, Dear Mamie.

 

Sam and Vanessa posted on 10/10/19

To my friend and Brother, I am sending our deepest sympathy for the lost of your love one. Stay strong and remember that I am only a call away. Keep the faith cause God has reclaimed one of his prize possession.

 

Judy Terry posted on 10/10/19

Eddie, you are in my thoughts and prayers during this time. Just know God is there for you Love ya!

 

Barbara Luke posted on 10/10/19

So sorry to hear about Sue's passing. I met her in 1976 at Independence Junior High School. She was an excellent supervisor, fair and understanding. May she rest in peace.

 

Barbara Luke posted on 10/10/19

Sashie and family, I was so sorry to hear about Bill's passing. Eddie told me he had been ill and that he passed. My prayers are with you and your family. Prayers.

 

Penni Pike posted on 10/10/19

Martha dear, I am so sorry to hear of Jerry’s passing. I wish I could have been with you today but I am praying for you and your family.

 

Joe Tennaro posted on 10/10/19

Just learned of Bobby’s passing. My condolences to the entire family

 

Tammie Breslin posted on 10/10/19

I worked with Sue for several years in Food Services. She was a great lady.

 

Laura Theerman posted on 10/10/19

I only meet Jacalyn once I felt like we had known each other a long time, I will always remember what a loving person she was.

 

Yvette Lewis posted on 10/10/19

Words cannot expresess my sincererest condolences to the Cowell family. You all are in my thoughts and prayers. I know this is a difficult time for you all, but I pray you find comfort in knowing that God has you all in His care. He wil never leave or forsake you. Find comfort in the love that you all share for Annette. I shall forever rember her smile, softspoken words, and the blue hair grease and combs she gave me when I told her I wanted my hair to be natural just like hers.

 

Maurice j\J. Holland posted on 10/10/19

The Cowell Family, I can only offer my thoughts and prayers. I am praying for you during this difficult time. Even now, it is important to remember that God makes no mistakes.

 

Gladys Miller Ashmore posted on 10/10/19

Sister Martha, I,m si sorry for your lost, I’m praying for our good God to console your heart as he welcome his servant to his presence.

 

 

Gladys Miller Ashmore posted on 10/10/19

Our brother and faithful servant has been requested by his King. We stand in mourning with the love of his life on this side of glory.

 

Curtis GUNN posted on 10/10/19

Bro Cowell, I offer my sincerest and heartfelt condolences at this time of the passing of your love and helpmate. I am sure that the Ruler over all heaven and earth, the all mighty Father has her celestial garments ready to receive her.

 

Debbie posted on 10/10/19

I met Jackie and Stevie years ago through Mike & Gene. I instantly fell in love with them. Jackie was always a blast to be around. She was so funny and full of so many stories. She truly lit up any room she went into. Stevie and Stacy, I'm so sorry.

 

Dawn and John Bullington posted on 10/10/19

With deep sympothy we are sending prayers up for all the family and close friends. We are deeply saddened, and I pray that God will give you the strength you need during this time. We love you, and so sorry. If we can offer any assistance please let us know.

 

Lynn Altom posted on 10/10/19

We were neighbors years ago, and not surprising, knowing Jacie, we have kept in touch. She lived life to the fullest and I have always admired her. Our deepest condolences.

 

Buddy & Becky Briggs posted on 10/10/19

Martha we are so sorry for your loss & so sorry we can't be with y'all in person, but nothing can prevent our love & Prayers for your Family--What a Grand Homecoming awaits

 

Norman D Soroko posted on 10/10/19

Eddie and family: Please accept my deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved wife. My heart goes out to you and all the family. Please know you are thought of and you and the family are in my prayers.

 

Gega family posted on 10/10/19

Our deepest sympathies on the passing of your father. May the fond memories of him bring you comfort during this difficult time. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. Much love to you all, Ate. Remy, Chris, & Joy

 

Tim Maye posted on 10/10/19

Martha, I am so sorry for your loss. Even though I was not around Jerry frequently, I always felt comfortable with him. I appreciated his great attitude, humbleness and stoicism. He will be missed.

 

 

Angie posted on 10/9/19

Eddie "Bee", Trece, Chris and Zion: I can't begin to articulate how sorry I am. It's my heartfelt prayer that God will grant you the peace that passeth all understanding and comfort you in a time of great grief. Please know that I am here for you.

 

Judy Sweet posted on 10/9/19

Dorothy, I am sorry to hear about your mom, you were such a wonderful daughter to her. Your patience and understanding gave her a loving quality of life to the end. God give you and your family peace knowing she is the best of who she was with the Father now!!

 

Jackie Balmer posted on 10/9/19

Remembering her smiling face and her daughter by her side at the nursing home when IMS cheerleaders sang Christmas carols for the seniors several years ago. Ms. Young my family wants you to know that we are praying for your family's comfort during this time.

 

Troy, Julie and Victoria Long posted on 10/9/19

Please know that y’all are in our thoughts and prayers. We love all of you and wish we could be with you.

 

Jimmy and Laverne Batchelor posted on 10/9/19

Sorry for your loss are thoughts and prayers are with you

 

Jimmy and Laverne Batchelor posted on 10/9/19

Martha so sorry for your loss but we know JERRY is with the Lord and waiting for his wonderful family to join him wish it had been where Jimmy and I could have been with you but know that are thoughts and prayers were there and will be for the next days ahead also remember we are just a phone call away. Love you!, ❤️❤️

 

Nancy Valentine posted on 10/9/19

Remember that sunset in one land is yet sunrise in another. Celebrating Mr. McMorris' life with joy and thanksgiving. The Valentine Family is in prayer with you during this time.

 

Jessie Rivers posted on 10/9/19

So sorry for your loss. Prayers to the family.

 

 

Cindy Sculthorpe posted on 10/9/19

Martha I'm so sorry for your loss. Just know that you are in my thought and prayers. I love you my friend.

 

Bill Holcomb posted on 10/9/19

Martha, Julie and I are so sorry for your loss. Jerry was such a precious man of God. Julie and I both share many memories of his kindness and godly example from our time at AGC. We are praying for you and, we know Jerry has arrived to receive his eternal reward. sincerely, Bill Holcomb

 

Ann Bagwell posted on 10/9/19

So sorry for your loss! I will be remembering you all in prayer. Blessings!

 

Diane Parks posted on 10/9/19

Martha, I am so deeply sorry for your loss. May God give you peace.

 

Mel hessamfar and Azi Azadegan posted on 10/9/19

Please accept our condolences and so sorry for your loss.Azi and I loved Jerry so muchand love you too.Mau god comgort you and Jerry's family.

 

Rebekah Jones posted on 10/9/19

I am so sorry. May God give you peace . Prayers for you all .

 

Justin Holden posted on 10/9/19

Uncle Cam was so full of life. I always enjoyed when he and Aunt Shirley would visit. He will be missed. RIP.

 

Richard and Toni Kreger posted on 10/9/19

Dear Carolyn, Barry and family: We know you will miss her, but you were fortunate to have such a kind, loving mother, and friend. You will always have those many treasured memories. Sorry we cannot attend the service but will be with you in thought and spirit. Love, Toni & Rick

 

Judy a Riggs posted on 10/9/19

Sue Sullivan was a wonderful woman and a wonderful Food Service Supervisor. I worked many years with Sue for Virginia Beach Public Schools Food Service.She was very strict but friendly at the same time. She had Rules and we all tried to follow them, the same thing was expected from all of us. She will surely be missed by all who knew her. Sue is probably in Heaven right now Supervising and Using Her White Glove to check if all is in order and Super clean. My thoughts and Prayers go out to her family Sincerely, Judy Riggs

 

Earl and Susan Thomas posted on 10/9/19

May God comfort you Martha and all of Jerry’s family. We love you.

 

Dorothy West posted on 10/9/19

My deepest sympathy to Ruby & family.

 

Michael Raymer posted on 10/9/19

Our prayers and condolences go out to the family of Arturo Abenir for his loss. Love you guys always. Mike, Paz, Alexis, Jon

 

Karen Frye Ingalls and Mark Frye posted on 10/9/19

Martha and Family Mark and I am so sorry for your loss. But we all know Jerry is walking with his Father and no more pain and he is rejoicing along with many others who have gone on. We will all see him again in the sweet by and by. God bless and Keep the Faith. Absent from the body means present with the LORD

 

Cheryl J Skinner,Tri-State Military Museum posted on 10/9/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of William Fred Nelson, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Navy Veteran, William Fred Nelson, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

 

Debra posted on 10/9/19

The Harris’ send our condolence to the McMorris family. Just remember,God is behind the wheel and he will take care of all your needs. We love you all. God bless The Harros family from Chesapeake, BA

 

Debbie Friend posted on 10/8/19

Dorothy, so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing from the life to her eternal home with her loved ones there who were waiting for her. Love and prayers are being lifted for you, your son, daughter in law and grandsons!

 

Sarah Williams posted on 10/8/19

Dorothy, Your mom had a unique personality, special whistle talent and a strong personality. I enjoyed having coffee with her at "her" table. She was blest with your devotion. I know your memories are very special and precious. You are loved.

 

Ron Parks posted on 10/8/19

Bill, although we have not seen each other in a while, I will always remember playing golf at the stump and the good time we shared.

 

James H. posted on 10/8/19

Cam was a wonderful client and a friend. He always came in with very helpful information to me, and I miss seeing him. He was a genuine bright spot in my life.

 

Robin Brooke Meldon posted on 10/8/19

Some friendships defy time and place.♥️ My friendship with Jacie will remain forever, eternal and timeless. Jac..I will always hear your raspy voice and hearty laugh in my heart and in my memories. We laughed a lot.. I will so miss you, my friend..and pray you are hanging with your dear brothers, Joey and Michael,with Miz Pearl and with Big Freddy...No more pain.... Be at peace. I Love you.

 

Janeen and Lenny Kass posted on 10/8/19

Jacie had a wonderful sense of humor and the biggest heart in the world. She always took the responsible track with no concern for praise or accolade. She was totally selfless and deserves the mantle of mensch emeritus.

 

John Gregory posted on 10/8/19

Bill, you will always be in my heart. You were always my best friend and confidant. I enjoyed playing golf, cards Keno and eating your delicious dinners. You were always a true friend and buddy!!!

 

Nancy Inman posted on 10/8/19

So sorry for your loss. Love you

 

 

Christine Smith posted on 10/8/19

I love you, Dad.

 

Janet Kass posted on 10/8/19

Our 66 years of friendship were filled with many shenanigans as kids and true adult friendship as we grew older. I feel so lucky to have called you sister/friend. I will miss you in so many ways. Tonight, talking baseball. Laughing about Leo. You will be truly missed. I’ll love you forever

 

Diane Simpson posted on 10/8/19

I have known this special lady since I was little girl. This was my second home. I had so many fun times being there over the years. When she would go out to the stores and would return, she would always say I have a surprise for you all. It would always be our favorite candy bar or little toys like jacks that Dorothy and I would play. Always something different but we sure loved our little surprises. On Saturday mornings we would wake up to Johnny Mathis playing on the stereo with her whistling to the music. You just felt happy when you woke up. That day was cleaning day. Dorothy and I just mainly cleaned her room. She did everything else. She would do anything for her children and always supported them. She was very proud of her family. I go past her house that she once lived in with her family quite often as it is in my route I go daily. I always look up at that house and think how lucky I was to have known her and how I have such loving memories of the family who once lived there. You will always have a special place in my heart. God knew you were ready and I know you are with your son Jimmy.

 

Barbara Spadaccini posted on 10/7/19

Janice: There are never words that can express the amount of sorrow or loss at a time like this or say enough about how cherished Catie was to all. In her passing heaven truly becomes a better place and the stars shine brighter with her presence. Please know that you and the entire family are in our thoughts and prayers. Barbara and Robert

 

Frank Weisel posted on 10/7/19

Jaci’s death is a devastating loos to her family and friends. Jaci was the number one fan of her brother Michael’s band, Kon Tiki and the Rafters. Her wit and wisdom lit up many rooms in her short time here on Earth.

 

Katherine Redding posted on 10/7/19

My deepest sympathy Dorothy.Your mum was a great figure in food services in her day.Her name still lives on.God bless you.

 

Kevin and Taylor posted on 10/7/19

Rest easy Mrs Jacie for your pain has ended and ours has begun, your jokes, quips, laughter and stories will forever be on repeat in our hearts and minds. Next time we have s’mores I promise Mr Steve and I will not use your stove again.

 

Mary Hughes posted on 10/7/19

I will miss my ol Friend Jackie ( Bagel) as she was known to many of us very much. She could always make you laugh even when you didn't feel like it. I can still hear that distinct voice in my head. You were a bright light on this Earth and l know you will shine just as bright in Heaven. You will always be in my Heart. Love you and Love to Steve and Stacie. God Speed Girlfriend.

 

bobby friedman posted on 10/7/19

SHE WAS TRULY A DAUGHTER OF PEARL AND FREDDIE...WITH A HEART OF GOLD AND KNEW NO STRANGERS....SHE IS NOW GETTING THE PEACE SHE DESERVES............

 

Judy and Steven Soldinger posted on 10/7/19

She was always so positive and had the best sense of humor. I am so sorry that this wonderful soul was taken from us so soon. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and many friends.

 

Nancy Robbins Zeitman posted on 10/7/19

Jacie's personality was so uplifting. She has left this world much to soon. Sending deep condolences to her friends and especially her family.

 

Nikki and Kenny Steingold posted on 10/7/19

So very sorry to hear this sad news. Our love and condolences are with you!

 

 

Mary Dozier posted on 10/7/19

Katie was always so happy and tried to make those around her happy as well

 

Deborah Kurtz posted on 10/7/19

Our 61 years together were wonderful but still too short. From walking each other home back and forth several times a day, sleepovers, camp, etc. You were always there in good times and not so good. Love ya kid. Will miss your physical presence but I know your spirit will always be with me.

 

Howard Brenner posted on 10/7/19

Miss you so much Auntie Dearest. Your personality will and should never be matched by anyone.

 

Donna Kelley Brinkmeier posted on 10/7/19

Cam was such a wonderful person. My husband (Bob Brinkmeier) and he bonded as soon as they met at the coffee group. We both thought the world of Cam. He was so good to our grandson, Bishop. He will missed so much. My prayers go out to the family during this difficult time.

 

Tara Vail posted on 10/7/19

Jackie I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts & prayers are with you & your family.

 

Linda Thacker-Cappiello posted on 10/6/19

I miss my cousin so very much......he was not only my cousin, but my friend. He could always make me smile and I loved him for it. He will be missed and my heart goes out to those he left behind. RIP Ryland.....miss you terribly!

 

 

GALE E HELIX posted on 10/6/19

May the hand of God bless you with special memories of Jeffrey Seagrave He was my Uncle and friend.

 

GALE E HELIX posted on 10/6/19

A special Poem. As I sit in Heaven and watch you everyday I try to let you know with signs I never went away I hear you when you're laughing and watch you as you sleep i even placed my arms around you to calm you as you weep I see you wish the days away, Begging to have me home, So I try to send you signs So you know you are not alone, Don't feel guilty that you have Life that was denied to me.Heaven is truly Beautiful Just you wait and see.So Live your life, laugh,again, Enjoy yourself, be free Then I know with every breath you take You'll be taking one for me... To Kay and Family and Jeff's Niece Gale We knew him well.

 

Beth Stewart posted on 10/6/19

Janis my heart hurts for you and all of us that will miss Catie I know there are no words to comfort a mother’s heart, but your Catie bug will be remembered by many, hold on to your precious memories of her and know she is whole may she forever Rest In Peace

 

Susan Carden posted on 10/6/19

As a fellow middle school VB art teacher, I knew Jeff well. We all just loved Jeff. his devotion and kindness to children was unmatched. My heartfelt condolences to his faithful family.

 

 

Cris Watson posted on 10/6/19

Rebecca and family....So sorry for your loss and I ask God to comfort you during this time. Our love to you all.

 

Linda, Arthur, Blake, Nora and Trent Underdown posted on 10/6/19

Ruby & Family Our thoughts, prayers, love and memories are with you all at this difficult time of loss and sorrow!❤❤

 

Gale Helix posted on 10/5/19

Jeff was my favorite uncle , we had a lot of wonderful memories together . Keep in touch Kay. Your not forgotten, sending my love your way ! Live gale

 

 

Heidi Emerson posted on 10/5/19

Janis, You & your family are in my thought and prayer. Im so sorry for your loss.

 

Glenda Atcheson posted on 10/5/19

So sorry to hear of Bro. Herder's passing. I have great memories of him in Mexico and also in Virginia Beach area. Praying the Lord strengthens, comforts and helps his family in this difficult time.

 

C H posted on 10/5/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8

 

Kathy Anderson posted on 10/5/19

RIP Catie. I didn’t know you but only through your mom. My heart goes out to your family as they suffer your loss. Memories to be held dear to their hearts. Praying for strength for your family

 

 

Joyce Meyer posted on 10/5/19

I remember walking my daughter, Debbie with Kevin and Laurette when they were very young,in West Islip!

 

Joe Hudgins posted on 10/5/19

All the memories I have of you start the same way. Usually with a screams of joy and excitement and a giant hug that I got from you. I was blessed enough to usually get these hugs when I actually needed them because I was having a bad day weather I knew it or not. Catie, I love you and your were always a bright light in my life during dark times and I will miss you. Love Always, Joey

 

Cindy Wilson posted on 10/5/19

RIP Catie our hearts are with you. My love and hugs to Janis and the family. Prayers up as you face the days ahead.

 

Karla Guthrie posted on 10/5/19

My heart and prayers are with you and your family. I'm glad that she has family up there to help her out and show her around.

 

Carolyn Foca posted on 10/5/19

Ruby I am so sorry to see the loss of your daughter my prayer are with you and your family

 

Loretta Davis posted on 10/5/19

Mom (Goldie Hall) & I were so sorry to hear of Brother Herder's passing. He was such a wonderful person, pastor, and friend. He used to visit dad a lot when he was alive. Our sincere sympathy goes out to all of the family. He will be missed.

 

Sandra Brockway posted on 10/4/19

i Have so many wonderful memories of Brother Herder .I love him dearly an his family . You will always be missed . You are with so many love ones in heaven now what a reunion .

 

Tara posted on 10/4/19

I have known Bro. Herder my whole life. It was always a pleasure seeing him. I grew to love him as family as well as many others of the Herders. Being close to Mandy I could see the love he had for her and his family. I’m so sorry to the family for your loss. Your in my prayers.

 

 

Karen Gibson posted on 10/4/19

Missing you already Mom. I love you but know your with your loved ones now and no longer suffering

 

Bob Walker posted on 10/4/19

Mark and Family, So sorry for the loss of your Mother. Please know that our thoughts are with you as you grieve her loss and celebrate her life. Time will heal and memories will always be with you.

 

Judy Nettles-Mason posted on 10/4/19

To the Family of Kathleen you have my condolence of the passing of my dear friend she was a jewel a true true friend someone you could confide in and didn't hear it again she was someone she would do anything for you within her power whether she knew you or not. She love doing home bible studies talking about the Lord sharing his work and giving people rides to church she was selfless, she love a good laugh and telling crazy jokes and we would sit there and laugh until we cry. she was that friend if you needed her she was there. I will miss our time of fellowship our laugh and out time of laughing at one another. Rest my friend you are in no more pain.

 

 

Gwendolyn Baker posted on 10/4/19

My God feel your hearts with comfort

 

Dave Thomas posted on 10/4/19

I didn’t know Tony but from what I understand, he was a good man and loved by his family. I know his daughter from work and I know she cared for him as much as a daughter could, but as a human being, one can only do so much. I am deeply saddened by her loss, and I hope she knows that her Dad understands that, even now! Rest In Piece, Tony PS, Thank You for your service...

 

Tracey Osborne posted on 10/4/19

May God's hope-filled promises bring comfort to your soul and peace to your hearts. Sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family.

 

S posted on 10/4/19

I remember your sister being a tough woman and your brother coming off a boat. All in trouble at times but you handled it. Then you got your love and home of your mom where you grew up. I hope you became a Christian through your rough life

 

S posted on 10/4/19

I am so glad you had a good life with your wife and kids. Hope to see you in heaven

 

Katherine Morano posted on 10/3/19

Sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family during this time.

 

Melissa Probelski posted on 10/3/19

Brother Herder always treated me just like a daughter growing up. I will always remember the sweet, loving, goofy man that he was. Reminds me of my own daddy. My prayers go out to all the family. May God comfort you all in this time of mourning. I know he is happy and dancing in heaven ❤

 

gary posted on 10/3/19

sorry for lose, my deepest condolence to the family.

 

Tom McKinney posted on 10/3/19

In 1972 the US Navy brought me to Naval Station Norfolk. I met Brother and Sister Herder at the Lighthouse Christian Servicemen’s Center, having accepted Christ as savior through Brother Herder. I did a lot of growing underneath his teaching and preaching. Brother and Sister Herder met my ship when we pulled in from a 6 or 7 month cruise, what a joy!!! Over the years the Herder family adopted me (and I adopted them). I still stay in contact with the whole family after these many years!!! Brother Herder and I shared our love of aviation and airplanes over the years! I will miss him only for a little while, as one day the scripture says we will all be together again, in Christ for eternity!!! Lord I thank you for the Herder family, I ask of you, the King of King’s and Lord of Lord to be with them and bless them at this time!!! Tom

 

Lyon Shipyard, Inc., Estimating Dept. posted on 10/3/19

Mark & Chris: Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family as you endure the passing of your Mother & Grandmother. May the memories and love you've shared throughout the years comfort and carry you through this difficult time.

 

Lisa Harmon. posted on 10/3/19

In Loving Memory of my Wonderful Dad God saw that you were tired and he put his hands around you and said come with me. If only I could have you back for just a little while longer. I needed to tell you I love you daddy one more time and then hear you say I love you too honey. It breaks my heart to lose you. I will cherish every memory I have growing up because you truly were a great dad! The special memories of you will always bring a smile to my face and because of your sense of humor there will also be a whole lot of laughing out loud! I love you dearly #1 dad and I will miss you every single day. xoxoxo

 

Barbara Whalen Mostoller posted on 10/3/19

Joe, Debbie and Bobby; I am so sorry to hear about your dad. I just saw the obituary or I would have been there last Friday. I Love you all and miss you very much.

 

 

Jim Knarr posted on 10/3/19

I will always remember the respectful fear I had when I asked George for his daughter's hand in marriage. 34 1/2 years late and we are still happily united. I love you dad!!!

 

Sarah Cummings posted on 10/2/19

Mary, sending all of my love and support to you and your family.

 

Shawn Walker Gibson posted on 10/2/19

Mary and Mark, I am so sorry for what you all may be going through. May Jacob's love and memories comfort you always. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Marsha Ware posted on 10/2/19

Mary, keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers

 

Paula Burleson posted on 10/2/19

An amazing man and beautiful life. Sending love and prayers of comfort.

 

Chris Baker posted on 10/2/19

Sending my thoughts and prayers to each of you.

 

Yadi McCoy posted on 10/2/19

What a wonderful tribute to your son. Jacob seemed to be full of life and love. My deepest sympathies during such a hard time in your lives. My love and peace to you.

 

Mona Dougherty posted on 10/2/19

Mary, so sorry for your loss. Keeping you and your family in my prayers.

 

Cztherine Gardner posted on 10/2/19

Bryon and family, so sorry for the loss of your brother. May he rest in peace. Thoughts and prayers of with you.

 

 

Joe and Terry Amabile posted on 10/2/19

Our deepest condolences to Karen and the rest of the family. Pat was such a wonderful pool player. husband, father, PawPaw, brother and friend. He was a hard worker and a loved his wife Karen and his family so much. Pat and Karen were inseparable and soul mates. Joe and I had the privilege of playing APA pool on the Cooter and St Pierre clan team. Have comfort in knowing Pat is playing the game of his life with Danny and Butch! Like Pat would say..Go break-n-run and Go Cowboys!

 

June Banks posted on 10/1/19

Brian and Brenda..so sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one. May God guide you through your sorrow.

 

Teresa Walker posted on 10/1/19

To Mr. Davis and family You have my heart felt condolences for the lose of your brotber, son, father, uncle anf friend. May his zest for life and his joyous spirit live on through you all.

 

Sue Perez posted on 10/1/19

So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Jacob will be with you always. Sending lots of love your way...

 

JasonLeary posted on 10/1/19

I’ve only known Tony for about seven years. so I didn’t know a whole lot about Tony. Other than he loves his children very much. Also I know anytime I would ask him if he needed anything It was always a McDonald’s fish sandwich. And his love for the Dallas Cowboys. So in 2016 I had the privilege of taking Tony and his daughter Lisa To their first cowboys NFL game. And even though it was no fun task getting Tony from the parking lot to his seats in the stadium. The look on both of their faces To share that moment together was well worth it. So even though I spent many of nights and days In the hospital with Tony and Lisa. That two day Dallas cowboy trip Is the memory I will always keep of Tony. So may he rest in peace because I know he now is.

 

Yvonne & Tim Pierce posted on 10/1/19

Mary and Mark, Our hearts are breaking for you and your family. We send you love and lift up prayers for peace and comfort during this extremely difficult time.

 

Susan Babin posted on 10/1/19

Jacob was such a sweet young man. I hate to hear that he left so soon. Praying for peace for you all

 

Cindy and Jerry Jenkins posted on 10/1/19

Mark and Mary, so very sorry that you are having to walk through this very dark valley. Along with so many of your other friends and family, we are praying that God’s strength and peace will see you through these days and weeks ahead. Some day our heavenly Father “will wipe every tear from our eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things will have passed away.” Revelation 21:4. Until that day, let us be found faithful. God bless you!

 

 

Rebecca davis posted on 10/1/19

He was a amazing friend father and boyfriend i loved him woth all my heart to the very last day of his life

 

Willie Meeks posted on 10/1/19

Mark my thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family.

 

Hilda Forister posted on 10/1/19

Mary and Mark I am so sorry. I will keep y'all in my prayers

 

Vijay Dasappa posted on 10/1/19

Mark, So sorry to hear the sad news. Our prayers are with you and your family!!!

 

Joe and Diana Harwell posted on 10/1/19

Mark and Mary, so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Robyn posted on 10/1/19

It was an honor and blessing to have you, Jacob. Always in our hearts and thoughts, my kind and loving cousin. When it feels painful to accept, I search my memories of the family moments that brought us all such joy and your sweet smile stands out amongst them. You will be dearly missed and forever loved.

 

Suzanne Custer posted on 10/1/19

Mary....I just saw this and am so sorry for your loss. I did not know him of course, but sound like he was a wonderful and lively man. Thinking of you during this time. God bless.

 

Takeya posted on 10/1/19

Mark and Mary, we are so sorry for your loss and are praying for you and the family's strength.

 

John and judy posted on 10/1/19

sorry for your loss Brenda

 

 

Nathan Davis posted on 10/1/19

Love and miss you, brother.

 

Larry and Jackie Moore posted on 10/1/19

Mark, Mary, Nathan, Clayton and your families. We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Jacob. As we watch this wonderful tribute, wonderful memories came back of our sons growing up and playing sports together. Jacob was always very kind and great kid to coach. Thank you for sharing. Please know that we are praying for comfort and peace for you. Larry, Jackie, Travis and family.

 

Carolyn Ingle posted on 10/1/19

Mary and Mark I am so sorry to hear this and my heart goes out to you. I know that you have many precious memories stored in your heart. Let these memories sustain you and may God give you peace and comfort.

 

Cindy Greer posted on 10/1/19

Mary, Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time.

 

Brenda Hickman Platek posted on 10/1/19

Tony was his own person. Being a sister to him was some times challenging but we loved each other deeply . He will always be in my heart and so for me I will always have his memories. Praying for the family that they will find peace in their hearts also. Rest In Peace my brother.

 

David Harding posted on 10/1/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family!!

 

Carol Byers posted on 10/1/19

I am so sorry to read of Maries passing. I used to work with her at Sentara Leigh Hospital. She was always bright and bubbly. I always had a good day when working with her.

 

Lori Ball posted on 10/1/19

I will always remember Jacob’s sweet smile. I’m so sorry and heartbroken for the Davis family.

 

 

Kelly posted on 10/1/19

She was my 3rd grade teacher 42 years ago and I remember her smile and warmth as if yesterday. I have twins in the 3rd grade and often cite my memories of her. Just this past week even. Rest well, Mrs. Ackels, and I love reading Trumpet of the Swan to my children because of you!

 

 

Annette and Liza Juliano posted on 10/1/19

Rest peacefully Pat. You will truly be missed

 

Sandy Stitt & Wayne Forbes posted on 9/30/19

RIP Pat. We will always remember you & Wayne & Shellie playing pool at the Cooters, with your rattail, and riding in your rock 'n roll car. Thanks for being you.

 

 

Margaret Wray (Sis) posted on 9/30/19

You will be missed by all that knew you.

 

Renee Fultz posted on 9/30/19

I loved Jacob! He was such a good-hearted guy. Way too soon to lose him. All of my love goes out to your whole family. I wish we could be there to hug all of you.

 

Colette Norman posted on 9/30/19

Keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Ariel Carpenter posted on 9/30/19

Hi Claire, Sara and Lauren, it’s Ariel from Spain. When Sadie told me what happened, my heart broke. I remember Tim (or Big Daddy Rabbit as my dad reminded me- where did he get that nickname?) as a tall, funny, welcoming guy. There are nothing but great memories attached to your family. To Lauren and Sara, the loss of a parent is so strange and seemingly incomplete. But a beautiful thing about life is when it’s a parent you loved deeply, you will find your Dad in everything- your kids, your laugh, your mom, a song, etc. sometimes it’ll break your heart, but other days (more and more), it’ll reaffirm how wonderful and loving your time with him really was.

 

Randy Bivens posted on 9/30/19

God rest his soul and Evy remember him forever. So sorry for your loss and may God bring you strength during this difficult time.

 

 

Eve Campbell posted on 9/30/19

Betty Ray Williams and Eve Campbell will always remember our friend

 

Camille Peters posted on 9/30/19

Sending prayers to you and your family.

 

Ed posted on 9/30/19

So very sorry for your loss

 

Niketa Williams posted on 9/30/19

Thinking of you and your family in your time of need.

 

Major Stan Pitts USAF, Ret. posted on 9/30/19

I served with Chief Pinto aboard the USS William V. Pratt 1974 - 1975. I was a new 20 year-old Fire Control Technician 3rd class and thought I knew everything. During our Med Cruise Chief Pinto firmly demonstrated many times that I did not know it all, and while doing so helped me grow up. I didn’t understand his methods and we butted heads at times, but his influence has helped me through my life. I got off of active duty and left the Pratt in July 1975, and never saw him again. However as I made a career in the Air Force as a fighter pilot, Chief Pinto was always looking over my shoulder. I’m sorry for the delayed comments but I just learned of his passing, and wanted to acknowledge his influence on a green FT that is a better person for knowing him.

 

Robbie may posted on 9/29/19

Sorry to see this Josh. It's been a long time but when we where younger we had some good times ..prayers for all you're family.

 

Debby Hovda posted on 9/28/19

Sue and Robert and family. My heart breaks for you! My heart and my prayers are with you. I love you!

 

Lauren White posted on 9/28/19

Dear Laura, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your mom. She was always so nice. Please know that I think of you often and you and your dad will be in my prayers.

 

Jane Giles posted on 9/28/19

Jane Giles

 

 

David & Lynn Long posted on 9/27/19

Our condolences to the family.

 

Jonas Sosnowski posted on 9/27/19

Nate was my boy, I could go to him for anything. I believe I was one of his first friends in our first year at plaza, and we were very close that year, as well as the next. I know him and I grew farther apart over the past two after that, but I still cared so much for Nate Dawwg. Peace be with you bro, and fly high.

 

 

Trish Kerr posted on 9/27/19

You will be truly missed, but I’m sure Aunt Betty will be glad to be reunited. Prayers to all.

 

Gary Bennett VP RMC posted on 9/26/19

Rest in peace Joe ,the Retired Union Members Club will miss you. I remember the good times we had at work and bowling, miss you my friend .Prayers for the family at this time of grief.

 

The Lacey Family posted on 9/26/19

I am so sorry for your loss - my prayers and my heart go out to the family.

 

Nancy Osterhout posted on 9/26/19

Our prayers to you all in your time of grief !

 

Bill and Teresa (Terry) Lewin posted on 9/25/19

Rest in Peace, my friend. Joe and I worked together for years at C&P Telephone and then Bell Atlantic. He and Betty are together again in Heaven.Teresa (Terry) and I are sending prayers to all the family ad friends that were touched by Joe

 

Sylvester Luciano posted on 9/25/19

Our deepest sympathy to the family.

 

Sylvester Luciano posted on 9/25/19

Beverly and I lost one of our dearest friends.We will miss him and his visits to our home. We loved him like a brother. Rest in peace Joe, you earned it.

 

Ron and Velma Franklin posted on 9/25/19

We are thankful to have had Joe as a wonderful neighbor. He will truly be missed. Praying God's blessing for peace and comfort to be with the family.

 

Joe and Sue Hoppel posted on 9/25/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. I worked with Charlie's father for many years at WCMS.

 

 

Mary Sharp Aimee's Mom posted on 9/25/19

Our love and prayers to all of you.

 

Patricia Banks Jenkins posted on 9/24/19

I would like to send my condolences to the family, the last time i saw Chase was on Fathers day two years ago and of course it was at the docks in waterlily he and his family were headed out for a day on the water..I have known Chase for many many years he grew up three doors down from my family in Currituck, he was a very good friend to my Brother, they were always getting into some kind of nonsense...lol...but enjoyed their friendship very much. I am truly sorry for your lost and hope in the days to come the Lord will give you comfort....

 

Katie Mae posted on 9/24/19

Forever pops. He is and always will be an amazing man. Everytime I came over or even stayed for 4 months..haha, he always treated me like I was one of his own. He always spoke the truth to me and even if he didnt care for what I had to say, he always listened. Him and mom both are so amazing, and truly are the definition of love and family. To the family I am beyond words but I will always pray for you all, wish you all the best, and I will always have your backs through whatever. Alicha you are and always will be my best friend, forever. Sometimes water is thicker than blood. My best memories are with you all and I will forever hold on to them. I know he is watching over you all. I love you all with all of my heart, always have and I always will.

 

Natalie Tatje posted on 9/24/19

We are all so sorry for your loss. We just loved visiting with your your Mom and Dad. The Tatje’s

 

LISA Freeman posted on 9/23/19

I'm so saddened to hear this. Josh, you will be missed by many Thanks for being a great friend

 

Debbie Arbeiter posted on 9/23/19

I am so sorry for your loss! Prayers for strength and healing for you and your family! I am here for you if you end anything! Love you!

 

Robbie Vernon posted on 9/23/19

Chase helped me immensely when I was unable and would never,ever take anything in return for his blessed help. My wife Jeana and I had a great deal of love for him and ( our adopted granddaughters he and MIMI gave us ) to watch grow into beautiful girls, and then loving women. We shed tears with them all on this most sad occurrence and can only say we will meet again. A very large fishing area and a SHIP this time is all Chase would call Heaven. Hold on to each other and please help Angie through her suffering. A mother burying her child is something only they can understand. Stay blessed and strong....love, ROBBIE and JEANA VERNON

 

Linda Crumpler Pearce - Manteo, NC posted on 9/23/19

Sending our sympathy to his mother, family, and many friends.

 

Janice Ely posted on 9/23/19

Carol we are so sorry for you and your families loss Thinking of you and sending Prayers

 

Debbie Dotson and Vicky Hubler posted on 9/23/19

Prayers, love, and condolences from Chase's aunt Vicky and cousin Debbie in Missouri.

 

JoAnn Nolley posted on 9/23/19

friend and colleague

 

Mike Vivas posted on 9/23/19

I was a colleague of Tim's in the Atlanta Merrill Lynch office, he was so kind and very helpful to the teams in the Southeast. We shared some good laughs and many late night work dinners, he truly will be missed. My deepest condolences to the Burnett family at this most difficult time. God bless you Tim!

 

Mike Vivas posted on 9/23/19

Merrill Lynch Atlanta

 

Laurie -John Donley posted on 9/23/19

Thoughts and prayers to the family. May God wrap you in strength and love in the coming days.

 

 

Amanda Songer posted on 9/23/19

So sorry for y'alls loss. He was a great man. My thoughts are with y'all.

 

 

Susan Robinson-Harris posted on 9/23/19

I still brag about his shooting. He was always fun to be around, and I pray God will hold the family close to him and see you all through this. Take heart because you will feel him at times and it will bring great comfort.. Love you!

 

Aimee Shannon posted on 9/23/19

I am so sorry for the loss of your son. I will keep you always in my prayers. ♥️

 

Mikel Romeo posted on 9/23/19

Beloved Father you will be missed. I hope you find your final resting place close or near to Key West. Hope your days are filled with endless Margaritas and Jimmy Buffet on a continuous loop. May you view every sunset as if it were a festival and long live the infamous seafood platter and lovely women buffet. You are the life of the party, and Thank you for brightening my life, too. you, Your little girl, Mikel.

 

Emily Watson Harrison posted on 9/23/19

I was so saddened to hear about Chase's passing. I haven't seen him in many years and I am sure his sister and brothers must be devastated. Kim, Jimmy, Lester, Daryl and Wayde..my heart breaks for you. I lost my younger brother a few years ago and it left a big hole in my heart. Peace be with you.

 

Lacy Jones posted on 9/23/19

Your dad was a very nice man. I only met him once and he drove all the way to the beach to pick me and Ashley up after a night of craziness. He had our back regardless the situation we had come to put ourselves in and didn't once make me feel bad but instead made me feel safe. I was a complete stranger to him but he knew his daughter had called and he was coming and HE WAS NOT PLAYING! I will never forget him coming to our rescue. He was a dad I had always wished to have. I am so sorry for y'alls loss and hope yall can find peace of mind throughout all this. Love you Ashley and prayers to your family!

 

Ted Hooven posted on 9/23/19

So sorry to hear of your loss.May Josh rest in peace.

 

Mary Scott and family posted on 9/23/19

So very sorry for the loss of you son. Sending prayers to give you strength at your time of sorrow.

 

Vinnie Madison posted on 9/23/19

Our hearts go out to you as your grieve for your son. Condolences to your entire family.

 

Laurie Ragland posted on 9/22/19

I am so sorry for your loss. You & your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Stella Solorzano posted on 9/21/19

You will never be forgotten. I have enjoyed spending time with you this past year. I hope you know how loved you are!!

 

David & Heather Jimerson posted on 9/21/19

We love your family so much and were so sad to hear of this. Praying for all of you, knowing this must be so difficult but also knowing your family is strong and God is even stronger. Sending love and prayers.

 

 

Angela Wilson posted on 9/21/19

Our hearts are saddened to learn of your loss. We are thinking of and praying for you all. May he rest in peace and May God watch over his beloved family and bring you comfort and strength. We will never forget Josh.

 

Susan Aziz posted on 9/21/19

R I P Christal You will be missed by many people. My Prayers to your family as they go through this difficult time

 

 

Amber Tart posted on 9/21/19

Dani D baby girl you left us way too soon. My heart hurts and I cry every time I think of your beautiful smile. No more pain for you and ours will heal over time. You touched more lives than you realize. We miss you and love you unconditionally! Watch over us as you fly. Love Ambie

 

Faith Bullock posted on 9/20/19

We became friends and co workers when we both worked at Chesapeake Regional Hospital. I was her preceptor in a total joint case, and she quickly said to me don’t scrub in, I can do this case with my eyes closed. A lil hesitant, I was like ok sure. And did she do the damn thing. As a matter of fact, while observing her skills, she taught me a few tricks. She quickly gained my trust and confidence. I am so so saddened for her and her family’s loss. You never know what ppl battle. My lesson is to never judge, just be there with that shoulder to cry or simply lean on. Gods Got You now. I love you Friend. Fizzy.

 

Angela Riddick posted on 9/20/19

Rest In Peace

 

paula curtis posted on 9/20/19

from teenagers and everafter, terrific memories of delite and jim.

 

Ed Gaba posted on 9/20/19

BettyAnn and John and family, Condolences from me and my family on the passing of your mom.grandmother. She was a wonderful person. God rest her soul and may she rest in peace. Ed Gaba

 

Alexis McElvy posted on 9/19/19

I’ll miss you forever my beautiful sister. Give Papa a hug for me.

 

Dorian A Dulaney posted on 9/19/19

Charles, my condolences to you and your family.

 

Alice posted on 9/19/19

Mary was my Godmother, and although we never lived close to each other, we kept in touch. For over 65 years, Mary never missed sending me a birthday card. May God be with you and your family.

 

The Boynewicz Family posted on 9/18/19

Our hearts are heavy for your loss. Your wonderful family is a huge part of this community and we all grieve with you at the loss of your beautiful son, Nate.

 

Maggie Schratwieser posted on 9/18/19

My heart breaks for all of you...

 

John Cadell posted on 9/18/19

Brother Mark was always involved in a variety of parish activities at St. Gregory The Great. At any given time night or day, Bro. Mark was always nearby, ready to listen, and give quiet thoughts on his perception of things. Bro. Mark’s quiet humor and willingness to listen were always a given in our parish. Having the privilege of walking with him from the Sanctuary to the Parish Office every week while taking the collection back for counting, he would always have a quiet and simple smile for everyone, often stopping for a moment to say hello to someone. Bro. Mark was always that quiet example of faith and dedication that would give all of us a real silent lesson in doing things right. He will be greatly missed by many.

 

Dan & Lori O'Toole posted on 9/18/19

Elisa and Smitty - our heart breaks for you and your family We are sending you our deepest condolences and love from Arizona. May you be comforted by the outpouring support from everyone that loves you so much.

 

Samantha Tiemann posted on 9/18/19

We became family instantly. I remember the fun summers growing up swimming and spending the night with each other and walking around the block. I loved your smile, kindness, and how genuine you are. I loved your strength and positivity. Terry, Tabby and you shared August Birthdays very close 24,28,and 29. Sorry you had to go so soon I wish you could of stayed longer for the sake of your kids. Your their angel now. Can you do me a favor?, Tell my dad, sister and granddaddy I love them and miss them. We will see each other again someday. Keep watching over us and fly high, Butterfly

 

Janet Phelps posted on 9/17/19

David Walker truly loved his 3 girls and was a great father to them all. I know how hard this is for ALL her family and friends. Keep her memory alive by talking about what a great, daughter, sister, mom, wife, and now a beautiful Gardian Angel for all of her loved ones. Your were loved by many I know and will leave your shinning mark of love for all your family and friends. Rest in Peace dear one, you will never be forgotten.

 

Jennifer Scott posted on 9/17/19

Thinking of you all during this very difficult time and holding space for you that gentler, easier days are ahead.

 

William Foley posted on 9/17/19

As the father of a classmate of Nate's, my heart breaks for your family. By all accounts, Nate was a great kid. Our sincere and heartfelt condolences. Thoughts and prayers with you all. ~ The Foley Family.

 

Darlene Main posted on 9/17/19

We are heartbroken, gone too soon . Christal you're such a beautiful light with a welcoming hug, smile and kind words. You will be missed but kept in our memories for a lifetime. Keeping the family in my thoughts and prayers

 

Scott Hibbets posted on 9/17/19

Such a big loss to all who knew Christal. Her loss has affected many. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

 

Scott Hibbets posted on 9/17/19

Good friend, always good times to be around. You will be be missed for sure.

 

Kathy L Holcombe posted on 9/17/19

Praying for you and the family Jill. So sorry to hear of the passing of Christal. She will be missed dearly.

 

Nick Gallo posted on 9/17/19

God bless you all. Sending prayers and love to all of you ❤️

 

Jackie & Jeff Apodaca posted on 9/17/19

Our hearts are in pain for your family. She was too young and loved to leave.

 

Becky Gorris-Carter posted on 9/17/19

May your beautiful memories bring you comfort in the days ahead. Prayers for the family.

 

Bill Smothers posted on 9/17/19

What a positive force and such a delight to be with. Always left you feeling good. I will always remember the time spent with Carole and Monte.

 

James Karach posted on 9/17/19

Deepest condolences. Your family is in our prayers - The Karach Family

 

 

Mr & Mrs.Selvyn Abbott posted on 9/17/19

Rest in peace beautiful Angel

 

Shari Ashmore posted on 9/16/19

Jill, Kristian, Faith and Greyson. I’ve know Christal many many years. She has always been a bright light to all of us. I can’t imagine how any of you feel right now-but lean on friends and family. Let us surround you with love and prayers to get you thru this difficult time. Call when you need; so many will run to help you. My heart is broken for you all!!! Love you

 

 

Kimmie Brown posted on 9/16/19

Gonna miss our talks on the porch..and you living 3 houses down... thoughts and prayers to the family

 

laura Green posted on 9/16/19

VERY SORRY TO HEAR DANIELLE`S PASSING,I REMEMBER BRYAN, DANIELLE, ALYCE COMING EVERY DAY TO MY DAY CARE THE SWEETEST LITTLE CHILDREN.GOD BE WITH YOU ALL AT THIS DIFFICULT TIME.NANNY .

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 9/16/19

To Jill, Kristian, Faith, Greyson Monika, Michael, Chris, Jen, David, Ben, Stephanie and all of Christal's tribe, no matter how hard I try, I'll never be able to express my sympathies to you enough. I'm praying your strength and that you are granted comfort in the days ahead of you.

 

Jennifer Kreiser posted on 9/16/19

Sending thoughts and prayers from the Kreiser family.

 

OT posted on 9/16/19

Nate was a good friend and someone you could ask for help. He helped me along he way when I first came to PA but now he is gone too soon and I and his friends will forever miss him. Nate if you this, im sorry it had to go out this way too you. May God rest his soul.

 

Dora Marshall Mullins posted on 9/16/19

Love always and keeping your family in our prayers.

 

Sean M Ford posted on 9/16/19

Our most heartfelt condolences to the Smith family at this very difficult time. We were so sorry and saddened to hear of Nate's passing. Thinking of you all. The Ford family (Merrimack Men's Lacrosse)

 

Amuial Family posted on 9/16/19

From the moment we met Nate in first grade, he entered our hearts. His old soul, uplifting, smiley, angelic kindness made anyone in his presence feel instantly great. The bond in friendship my daughter shared with him was one of a lifetime. Watching their friendship continue to strengthen as they grew into adolescence has been a beautiful gift. As a mom, knowing my daughter was with Nate, when getting together with friends, was all the comfort I needed to feel that she was in “good hands.” Nate’s character is a hero in our eyes, and one that adolescent and adult aspire to be like. Thank you, Nate for the love and light you shared with all of us, you will live in our hearts forever. We continue to pray for the Smith family.

 

 

Verenice Sosa posted on 9/16/19

Hey girl, the beach isnt the same without you. I will keep you in my memories forever. I miss you girl.

 

Elbert Watson posted on 9/16/19

My prayers are with your family. May God be with you

 

Debbie Gioia posted on 9/16/19

Sending heartfelt sympathy to the Smith family during this time of deep sadness from Debbie Gioia originally from Cresskill NJ.

 

Alan Rohanna posted on 9/16/19

Our condolences and prayers to the whole family. Both my Mom and myself enjoyed your Mom's company, humor and wit. She will be missed at the OLPH dining room table but we will think of her often. It sounds like she had a wonderful life and it was reflected in her personality. Alan and Dorothy

 

David & Donna Schrum posted on 9/16/19

Dennis , as we knew him, had a jovial personality. He was quick to smile , a happy young man.He was taken far too soon& will be sorely missed.Godspeed Dennis.

 

 

Holly Jaborek posted on 9/16/19

Nate was an amazing boy. He was so kinda and thoughtful. Nate always new how to cheer me up even in the really hard times. I will never forget him and his huge smile that brought joy to everyone. From all of the laughs to the jokes we had together, the pictures and videos, the memories that will never be forgotten or lost. Even though he left too soon, he will always be with us in our hearts. I love you Nate, fly high.

 

Jeff and Katherine Richardson posted on 9/15/19

May God grant your family peace and comfort during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Tina Garfield posted on 9/15/19

Nate we will miss your smiling face at PAHS. Your classmates affectionately called you "Nate-dawg" because you were "the man"! You were talented, cool, calm, and collected at all times. I knew you for only a short time, but your smile will leave an impression in our hearts for a lifetime. Que en paz decanses. Con cariño y abrazos dede aquí hasta el cielo donde estas, Señora Garfield

 

BOBBY AND BOODIE FRIEDMAN posted on 9/15/19

FRIENDS OF SO MANY YEARS...SO MANY MEMORIES...REST IN PEACE DEAR FRIEND....

 

Don Thompson posted on 9/15/19

We are so sorry for your loss. Anapáfsou en eiríni Phoebe.

 

barbara rosenblum posted on 9/15/19

SHe will be missed at Book Club for her honest opinions about the books, politics, and humor...Like it or not!

 

Lucy Smith posted on 9/15/19

Reading your words of Nate leaves a knowing, so very special, extraordinary, and greatly loved. Jim, Elissa, Jack-Henry, Lief and Abigail I pray you find comfort in knowing that a person as special as your son, your brother, will never be forgotten. His mission especially to be remembered. With love and prayers, know that I am with you all in this great sorrow.

 

Barbara Oswald posted on 9/15/19

Sending love and deepest sympathy to the Smith family from Barbara Oswald And Tom Pelsue of Cresskill, NJ and Newburyport, MA

 

Zack & Ellen Phillips posted on 9/15/19

Charles & Beth, We are so very sorry for your loss. May Hod comfort you at this time.

 

Margaret and John Jamerson and Elizabeth Jamerson Harms posted on 9/15/19

Claire, words don't begin to describe our sorrow with Tim's sudden passing. Tim was a true friend who would do anything to help you out if needed. He wouldn't hesitate to call you out if you were wrong, but be the first to defend you if you were right. It was a real honor to know him and to be called a friend by him. He will be missed.

 

MINOR,ROBERT,LEE,JR. posted on 9/14/19

It is times like this that you realize how fast life goes by. My cousin and I shared our childhood and youth almost always together, our early adulthood was about the time that time, jobs, distances and family obligations separated us.Timmy and I burned the roads of old country Prince George and Fort Lee looking for discarded drink bottles to line our pockets with a little change, we hunted or grandfather's land and fished with our dads, built a fort in the back field that we used to camp out a many of weekends, played football together, hung out at the old teen club and doubled dated and graduated together along with my future wife. He even let us use his apartment in Norfork for our honeymoon while he was away. He was a great pal, the brother I didn't have, I wish we could have stayed in touch more but such is life. We didn't really know Tim the adult., in our minds, he will always be young and our" Timmy" and much loved. our prayers are with him and his family. Till we meet again our love Lee and Rita Minor

 

wanda ange posted on 9/14/19

Nate was a great friend to my Grandson/Trey Pope & I was fortunate to know Nate. My last memory was Nate here w/Trey at my pool. Nate u will be missed!

 

hank molinengo posted on 9/14/19

Tim was the consummate patriot, husband, friend, father, Sailor, brother, and everything else. We will miss him.

 

Scott and Erica Van Dine posted on 9/14/19

Such a sweet lady , we rest in the assurance that she is in glory now !

 

Drew Damico posted on 9/14/19

RIP Shipmate! Tim was my CMC on the KEARSARGE back in the 90's. Great Mentor who cared about his Sailors.

 

 

Gayle, Pat and Mollye Hart posted on 9/14/19

Nate's questions were always the greatest since he was a little boy, knowledgeable questions. What a beautiful soul that will leave such a huge impact on us all. You are all, Jim, Elissa, Jack, Leif and Abi in our thoughts and prayers ♥️

 

Nikki Arroyo posted on 9/14/19

She was always so down to earth! Rest in peace sweet girl!

 

 

Anne Goeman Jones and Family posted on 9/13/19

Many thoughts and Prayers for the Minor family

 

Karen McNamara posted on 9/13/19

Bonnie & Michael: Sending hugs and love your way. You are on my heart and in my prayers. Love You, Karen

 

 

Pam posted on 9/13/19

Miss you so much mama! Can't wait until our tomorrow! You are my sunshine!

 

Kathy Groff posted on 9/12/19

So sorry for your grief. My prayers are with you always

 

Kirk and Donna Clayton posted on 9/12/19

I know I speak for the woodglen family, we will miss Jeff very much, his dry wit and humor cannot be replaced. I loved to argue with him about his love of the St. Louis Cardinals. Farwell my friend we will think of you often.

 

Lynne & Tim McNamara posted on 9/12/19

Bonnie, Cassidy and Michael, Our thoughts and prayers are will you during this very difficult time. Know we are thinking of you all.

 

Linda Barrett posted on 9/12/19

I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. He will be remembered greatly. Uncle Bunky has been friends as well as a brother to Jeff, and I know he'll miss him greatly. I pray the Lord will comfort you and ease the pain of your loss, by reminding you that Jeff is now where we all long to be, with our Lord. With no more pain or suffering. May the Lord give you peace. Again, I'm so sorry for your loss.

 

Gary G. Lawson, OSCS, USN Ret. posted on 9/12/19

I was lucky enough to serve with Tim twice in the Navy, first on USS COONTZ (DDG 40), both young OS's, then we were both at FSSC Northwest, Chesapeake, Tim was frocked to Master Chief the same day I was frocked to Senior Chief. Tim was a "Sailor's Sailor", highly respected and loved by all. I also considered him a good friend. Claire, my wife Debbie and I are keeping you and the family in our prayers. Always remember the good times and good thoughts of Tim. RIP Shipmate and Friend...Fair Winds and Following Seas, we now have the watch!

 

A. Spencer posted on 9/12/19

I served with M.C. Tim during the early 90's. While some found him a little gruff, he always made me laugh and gave sound advice and mentorship. RIP Master Chief!

 

Debby and Bill Bugbee posted on 9/12/19

You have our deepest sympathy for you loss. I know Ayden loved spending time with his great grandpa ❤️

 

Debby and Bill Bugbee posted on 9/12/19

You have our deepest sympathy, I know how much Ayden loved his great grandpa.

 

Ervin Williams posted on 9/12/19

I served with Master Chief Minor on USS KEARSARGE LHD-3. He was an amazing Man and Sailor. God rest his soul. Lt. USN Retired

 

 

Granny Mayo posted on 9/11/19

My beautiful granddaughter Danielle, I love you and miss you so much I know you’re with us I can feel your presence. Be my angel baby girl. Hugs Granny

 

The Lacey Family posted on 9/11/19

My prayers and my heart go out to the family.

 

Troy Fink posted on 9/11/19

Whereas I did not know Ellene, personally, I know Carl through work. Celebration of a life for one who was on the face of this Earth for 99 years is right and good. At the same time those at Carl's NAVAIR branch wish and pray for God's Peace on him and his family during the this time. Losing those whom we dearly love is hard. Placing our Hope of a better place after death provides helps to confort our pain. May God's blessing be on the Stultz family during this trying time. Remember Ellene as she was during those precious moments share with her. May God's Pease be with you.

 

Sue Tannenbaum posted on 9/11/19

Terrie I am so sorry for your loss, Your mom will be missed, She had such a great smile! I used to love when she and Tuta visited. I'll never forget the first time I met her. She loved you all so much! May she Rest in Peace❤

 

Mel Miller posted on 9/11/19

Renate and I send our sincere condolences.

 

Kierra Bogan posted on 9/11/19

I loved Danielle! She was a light in my life, always had a listening ear and a heart of gold. She will be so missed.

 

Norman Burke posted on 9/11/19

I was sad to hear of my former co-worker's passing. I had the pleasure of working with at Sentara ICU unit for several years. John 16:2-3. "In my father's house are many mansions if it were not so i would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you that where i am there ye may be also. May GOD BLESS the loved ones left behind. Deacon Norman Burke Faith In Action Church/ Norfolk Va.

 

Sandra Branch posted on 9/11/19

I am so sorry for your loss

 

Pattie Joyner Lee & Patsy Joyner posted on 9/11/19

Keith, Mom and I were so sorry to hear about your Mom. She was such a special lady- always smiling, and making people happy. She will surely be missed. I am so sorry for your loss, and am keeping you in thought and prayer.

 

Bruce and Carol Metcalf posted on 9/11/19

Bonnie, We are so sorry to hear of your loss. May God comfort and keep you guys during this most difficult time.

 

 

Jan Eisenhower posted on 9/10/19

To my sweet niece, I will forever love you. May you experience all the joy and love on the other side. Learn all you can so you can be with us in our time of need. You left a hole in our hearts and tears in our eyes but there will always be a smile in my heart for you. Aunt Jan

 

 

Trish Stillman Kurtz posted on 9/10/19

There are no tears in Heaven..fly safely on Angels wings❤ you were a very loving soul that I was Blessed to meet and be around a few times. Prayers of strength and love for your family with your Homecoming .

 

The Lacey Family posted on 9/10/19

Our hearts and prayers go out to the family in this hard time.

 

Lindsay Gonzalez posted on 9/10/19

I always remember as a young girl seeing the twins in the lakes, summer community pool, and they were my favorite pair twins. Danielle always laughing and joking. And Alyse always so sweet and kind. Danielle is definitely gone too soon but she never will be forgotten especially in the Kempsville community.

 

Brian Barker posted on 9/10/19

I am truly sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. May God be with you st this time

 

 

Buddy & Jeanette posted on 9/10/19

Dear Rick and Karen Brothers are special and he must have been a great one! Many memories! Loved what you said about him and family. Love to you! . Buddy & Jeanette

 

Gary Dillingham posted on 9/10/19

I served on the USS San Diego AFS6 he was my first command Master Chief. I learned a lot from this man. He was very good man and a friend that me as a young sailor could count on for solid advice when I needed it. May he Rest In Peace. My condolences to his family.

 

Janice Lovern posted on 9/10/19

We had so many great years in Rota Spain with your family. Tim will never be forgotten. My heart goes out to Claire and the family. God bless you all during this time. Love you my friend.

 

 

Allen Roy posted on 9/10/19

I served in the Navy with Master Chief Minor in the late 80's. Learned a lot from him.

 

Fran Molinengo posted on 9/10/19

Age 13, I think, Hartman’s Pool on Fort Lee, Virginia, was the first time I met Tim and Rick - swimming in the deep end and playing games with others there. And then my first day at school, JEJ Moore, Tim was in my home room class. I loved his smirky smile. We have been good friends ever since.

 

Chris Beachy posted on 9/10/19

I went through middle - high school with Tim. Very good guy. The thing I’ll remember Tim by is that sneaky grin... he’d slide it in unexpectedly and you just knew he has an insight into the conversation that he wasn’t about to share. :)

 

OS1(SW) Tony Olcott, USN, Ret. posted on 9/10/19

You were the first CMC and Division Officer that I had in the fleet. The night that I reported aboard SAN DIEGO, you gave me a piece of advice that put me on the road to success. That is what I will remember most about you. R.I.P. Master Chief.

 

OS1(SW) Tony Olcott, USN, Ret. posted on 9/10/19

You were my first CMC and Division Officer in the fleet when I reported aboard USS SAN DIEGO in Jan. 1990 as a young 19 year old Sailor. The ship was in Naples, Italy and that night and me and the guys I was out with ran into you at the Seaman's Club. That night you gave me a piece of advice that would send me down the road of success not only on SAN DIEGO but thru out my career. This is what I will remember most about you. THANK YOU Master Chief for the advice. You will be missed. May you R.I.P. And don't worry, I will shave!

 

Jami Jones posted on 9/9/19

So very sorry for your loss Claire. Casey and I had the pleasure of meeting him a couple of times and he seemed like a great man. We loved seeing you two enjoy your time together at the river on Facebook❤️ So many great memories you share. We will be praying for you and your family during this difficult time hugs to you!!!!

 

Rob and Joan Means posted on 9/9/19

WE are faithful friends of Fred and Lil Kremkau. We know that Martha and lil had a very special bond with each other. Their love for one another was so special, nearly every day they would talk, always ending with a hug across the miles. We have appreciated their attentiveness to each other and all family. just know that we are praying with others here in Winston-Salem, N.C. for you and friends. We celebrate Martha's life with her family and Jesus.

 

Rob and Joan Means posted on 9/9/19

We are faithful friends of Fred and Lil, Martha's sister. When Lil and Martha could visit each other they encouraged each other through their lives together! Martha was always on Lil's mind daily and we are sure Martha remembered Lil in the same way. To all of Martha's family we want to express our wish for love and comfort through this transition time for you as well. Prayers lifted, rob and Joan Means Calvary Church

 

Greg Hebler posted on 9/9/19

So sorry for your loss, many memories starting in the seventh grade .

 

Elizabeth M. Pease posted on 9/9/19

My heart is broken. He was so very generous to Mark and myself. We love you all so much.

 

Donna & Jim Walters posted on 9/9/19

So very sorry for your loss. I never knew him but he seems like a remarkable person.

 

Paul Croteau posted on 9/9/19

Rest in Peace, Master Chief. We have the watch.

 

hank molinengo posted on 9/9/19

Claire, our prayers are with you and your family. The Master Chief was a great man, shipmate, husband, father, son, brother, uncle, and friend. We are so sorry to learn of his passing.

 

Mary Lou Budjen posted on 9/9/19

My dear Sue and all of the family - my heart hurts for you. Wish I could give you a big hug. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers today and always, though I know it is of little condolence. I cry with you, dear friend.

 

Bart Lyons posted on 9/9/19

So sorry to learn of Bob's passing. Hope the family is doing as well as possible despite the difficult circumstances. We are certainly thinking of you. Bart/Liz Lyons

 

Jahmelia and Ken Gainer posted on 9/9/19

Lee we are sorry to learn of your loss. we have great memories of our time in Christchurch and being with y'all.

 

Rita Taylor posted on 9/8/19

When we got the news Martha passed it broke our hearts. It’s at times like these when one can’t help but have a broken heart, but it’s also a time to remember all the good times and what a great aunt Martha was. At least we can take comfort in the fact she is out of pain and in a glorious place. She’s with God now and we’ll see her again(it’s his promise). We pray for Gods peace upon you and your family. Love your niece Rita & Larry.

 

The Knight's posted on 9/8/19

Our hearts are with you in love and prayers. We share in your sorrow. But, as you know, we don’t sorrow as others who have no hope (1 Thes. 4:13). One day we will all rejoice together in the presence of our loving God enjoying, again, Mary’s beautiful smile!

 

Bonnie Moyar posted on 9/7/19

Garnett and I shared a once in a lifetime friendship that spanned a period of more than fifty years. Her passing leaves a big hole in my heart. Love you and miss you, Heckle. Jeckle (aka Bonnie)

 

Diane B. Greiner posted on 9/7/19

I am sorry for the loss of your sweet Mother. I know you all have endless, fond memories. I can see all of you now in my fond memories at Central. I know she is proud of all of you! God bless you all . Diane Bulaski Greiner

 

Kelley Messer posted on 9/7/19

Mary was a true Angel on earth and she will be missed. She was full of life, laughter and so much love. Mary spoke her mind and didn't care if it was politically correct or not....she always cracked me up....and I loved her laugh. Heaven is really lively now that Mary and Mildred are back together again. Sending prayers and much love to all of you during this difficult time. Love you!!!

 

Kitchie Murphy posted on 9/7/19

Rebecca brought joy to all of us who had the privilege of knowing her. My deepest sympathy to Paris, Ryan, and Cheryl You are in my thoughts and prayers. Rest In Peace my beautiful girl

 

Chris and Tammy White posted on 9/7/19

Getting to meet Martha was a pleasure! We mostly knew her through Lil, and she had such a special love for Martha. Our condolences to each of you he will miss her. We know we will get to see her again in glory!

 

Diane and Michael Talley posted on 9/7/19

Terrie, John, Jennifer, Tim and Family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.

 

Evelyn Grice posted on 9/7/19

Praying for you and your family.

 

Evelyn Grice posted on 9/7/19

Sorry for your loss Bing. Praying for you and your family.

 

Debbie Waters posted on 9/7/19

Terry thinking of you and your family at this difficult time. You are in my prayers.

 

 

Laurie and Bill Kluesner posted on 9/7/19

Thinking of all of you with love and prayers during this difficult time of grieving.

 

Gloria Olson posted on 9/6/19

Blessings to her sweet family! I remember her smile ... and always had a nice word to say to everyone.

 

Suedean Moser posted on 9/6/19

Dear Liz, John and Rob, Al and I were sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. The time of Sorrow is so hard, I know your love for your Father and the great times will lift your hearts. Our thoughts are with the three of you. Fondly, Suedean and Alan

 

Patty Smith posted on 9/6/19

I will miss Mrs. Lewis so much. She was real fighter and I learned a great deal from her. She was alway so glad to see me and my kids. While I was in highschool, she took Terrie and me roller skating every Friday night. She raised a great family and has a wonder legacy.

 

Steve Swain posted on 9/6/19

Rob and Jennifer, Julie, Aubrey and I send our earnest condolences. the obit indicates what a terrific dad he must have been. best wishes!

 

Dallas " Dman" Wilson posted on 9/6/19

Bob, I will miss you and all of your "wisdom" and "wit" and the gracious way you treated all those around you. You were someone everyone would be proud to call,"my friend"! May God receive you with open arms!

 

Mary posted on 9/6/19

To the family, my heartfelt condolences for your loss. Please find comfort in the knowledge that God promises to end all suffering. Before long, God will wipe out every tear from our eyes, and “death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things (will) have passed away.”(Rev. 21:3,4). May this promise from God give you comfort now and a real hope for the future. My deepest sympathy.

 

Robert Lull posted on 9/6/19

Lori grew up in a wonderful close-knit family. She and Eric Lull fell in love while she was at Sam Houston State University and Eric at Texas A&M University. Their marriage brought us together with her family. We're proud to have her a a part of our family, and to be her in-laws. They made a home wherever the Navy sent them -- Corpus Christi, Pensacola, Rhode Island, Little Creek, and Norfolk. She handled the family leadership on the occasions that Eric was deployed at sea. Lori was truly proud of Angela's involvement in team cheerleading competition, her involvement in school sports, and her growth as a young lady. We have been lucky to share that pride as we exchanged visits to Norfolk and Texas. Lori has been a great part of our family. Bob and Penny Lull

 

Patricia “Trish” BAIRD Sorensen RHS ‘71 posted on 9/6/19

Our Heart & Prayers go out to all the Families♥️♥️May God cover You with His Peace that surpasses All Understanding IN JESUS CHRIST HOLY NAME WE PRAY!! Amen Live Trish BAIRD Sorensen

 

 

Maddoxx posted on 9/5/19

Have a lovely day....those words will forever echo in my memory

 

Reta Durham posted on 9/5/19

I remember Lori as being a beautiful young lady who was full of light. My prayers, love and condolences go out to Robert & Sue and Brody & John and her husband Eric and daughter Angela.

 

E.R. "Skippy" Fox lll posted on 9/5/19

"Sweet Bing" I'm very sorry for your loss and I'm sending you warm condolences and hugs always. In your time of need grow closer to God in your family to keep you. "Without God, it's utterly impossible. But with God everything is possible." -Mark 10:27 May God keep and watch over you and the family love always

 

Jim Milby posted on 9/5/19

My thoughts go out to the family. Bob was a great guy

 

Herman L. Ward posted on 9/5/19

Our deepest sympathy is extended to the family of Mr. Larry Singleton." The Enlighteners, Ltd. of Portsmouth, VA": H. Short, O. Stephenson, F. Myrick, H. Terry, H. Ward

 

Anne Ridenhour posted on 9/4/19

Eric and Dear Eric and Angela, My deepest and sincere condolences on the tragic loss of your beautiful wife and loving Mother. My thoughts and continued prayers are with you and your entire family. May God send you His Angels to comfort and strengthen you in your grief. Your friend always Anne

 

Kathy Richardson posted on 9/4/19

Always enjoyed working with Larry at TCC - very kind man. Prayers to the family in this most difficult time.

 

J Pollard posted on 9/4/19

Nothing But Becky..... Peace & Love!!!!!

 

 

Dee Maltese posted on 9/3/19

I will always remember Bob as being full of life, honest and sincere. He was "that" guy everyone loved naturally. He was a joy to be around and uplifted any occasion. He loved his family. I am so sorry for the loss of this wonderful endearing man. My condolences to all the family.

 

Yvonne Smith posted on 9/3/19

Lori always wore a beautiful smile. She was warm, kind, welcomed me into the family. Would visit with me when I was in the hospital. She Loved her family so much. I know she is with Angela and Eric in spirit, in their memories, especially in their hearts. Her memory will never fade.

 

Charlotte Motton-Kelley posted on 9/3/19

I will never forget the kindness Mr. Singleton showed by tutoring my son. My prayers are with Talia and the rest of the family. Please know I am praying for your peace and comfort during this time.

 

Dana Mitchell posted on 9/3/19

A gentleman and a gentle man. That's how I knew your husband, dad, grandfather, and friend. Larry was loved by his students and his colleagues for his calm demeanor, his sense of humor, and his willingness to help. He will not be forgotten.

 

Bill Elliott posted on 9/3/19

Larry and I were friends in Broad Creek Village many years ago. I remember his love of baseball and his memory of the stats of all of the baseball players for which he had cards at the time. Although we lost touch over the years, I am sorry for his passing and will keep him in my prayers.

 

Krystal Anderson posted on 9/3/19

Shirelle, We are praying for you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Charmaine Hobin posted on 9/3/19

Garnett knew how to make everyone feel special. Will never forget use USA tree ornaments she crafted for Sean and I to remember our cross country trip.

 

Christine McKee-Jeker posted on 9/2/19

Rest In Peace Uncle Dennis. Just heard of your sudden passing.

 

Ann Maher posted on 9/2/19

So very sorry to learn of Becky’s passing. She was such a sweet soul. My prayers are with Paris, Cheryl, and the rest of her family and friends. Rest easy Becky....

 

Sharlene Salmon posted on 9/2/19

Jr was a cousin of my years ago and still friend, Pat. I remember him and his sister from the 60’s. We are sorry to hear of his death. So glad he got to enjoy life doing what he loved best.

 

Donna Rice posted on 9/2/19

To my dear friend Jennifer and her family. I will never forget your mother’s humor and determination. I was talking with her one day and asked what has she been up to. She replied, “Well, I just took a swim in the Atlantic Ocean like I do a lot of in the mornings for my exercise.” Wow. Swimming in the Atlantic Ocean for exercise. That told me right there what determination Miss Charlotte has! I saw right then where Jenny gets it from; her beauty, strong will, sense of humor, intelligence and love for other people and her family. Love you Miss Charlotte!

 

Misti Hale Stout posted on 9/2/19

I will never forget how sweet, funny, and kind she was. Sending all my love to sweet Paris, Cheryl, and all the family. God bless and comfort you in this most difficult time.

 

Deborah Dutton Sharp posted on 9/2/19

So sad to hear of Becky’s passing, we were in high school together sharing many laughs especially in cheerleading. Rest easy friend. Praying for the family.

 

Laurie Anderson posted on 9/2/19

Rest easy my friend

 

Deborah Brown posted on 9/1/19

We are saddened to hear of your loss but have fond memories of times when we were young couples, getting started in life.

 

 

Holly Riley posted on 9/1/19

My friend my sister. I'll miss you blondie!

 

 

Elizabeth Wheeler posted on 8/31/19

RIP REBECCA U WILL BE MISSED I MISS YOUR LAUGH

 

 

james mitchell posted on 8/31/19

may you rest in peace buddy

 

Robin Bunting posted on 8/31/19

Cheryl, I am so very sorry to hear this. Becky worked for us for a short while in St. Maarten and it was great to get to know her better. She had a great smile. Sincerely, Robin Bunting

 

The Johnson Family posted on 8/31/19

Our deepest sympathy to your family. We share your sorrow. After a lifetime of friendship, it is very difficult to say goodbye. Someone so special can never be forgotten, may his soul rest in peace. We love you Johnny!

 

John & Marti Macy posted on 8/31/19

We are so sorry for your loss Paris. My husband John, enjoyed your Moms conversation at your Baptism a month ago! I’m thankful that She was present to witness your profession of faith & Obedience to Christ . God Bless all of you & May Christ bring you peace & comfort.

 

 

Frank Schumacher posted on 8/31/19

As a both a current and old neighborhood friend of his son Chris, I have nothing but good memories of Mr. Cherry. One of the best memories was when He brought my favorite dog, “Champ” to my old childhood home, in the back of his old pickup, after he found him lying dead on the side of the road. He thought that I might want to give Champ a proper burial, which I did. That spoke volumes to me of Mr. Cherry’s good character because he didn’t have to take the time to do that and yet he did which I will be forever grateful to him.

 

Kirsten Domingo posted on 8/31/19

We are so sorry for your loss Paris. Our thoughts and prayers are with you from VBMS. Once a Seahawk, always a Seahawk.

 

Mario Minervini posted on 8/31/19

Carissima Nancy, e stato un gran piacere averere l'onore di conoscere Steven .grazie a mio figlio ho avuto l'opportunita di vedere Steven lo scorso Mese. Mi spiace molto della sua perdita ma purtroppo e una strada che noi tutti dobbiamo fare, Che dio lo benedica. Nancy Grazie per la tua amicizia.\, Mario.

 

Karoll LAWRENCE posted on 8/31/19

I am so sad to hear that Becky has left us. She was such a free spirited fun loving girlfriend to me and my little boy Josh in Sint Maarten. It was always a hoot working with her even on the bad days when things were slow. She introduced me to PINK lipstick which makes me think of her every time I wear it. Always in my heart Becky xx

 

Joan Bond McMinn posted on 8/31/19

Teddy and Hawkins family I am so so sorry to learn of johnnys passing this past Monday. I am also sorry no one notified me of your moms passing. God bless you all

 

Kelly Anne Costello posted on 8/31/19

I truly enjoyed reading about your mother's life! She did so many interesting and meaningful things. She also raised a wonderful, intellectually curious and passionate family...and an especially strong group of women. Her legacy is each of you. My you sense God's love as you move through this challenging but deeply precious season.

 

Christopher Cherry posted on 8/31/19

Memories of all the good times spent with you can never be erased. I love you Pop......but I know you already knew that!

 

Lisa Webster posted on 8/31/19

Sending my sincere condolences to Cheryl, Ryan, and Paris. Please know I am thinking of all, and hold you in the light of peace, comfort and healing. Blessings.

 

Ann bliss posted on 8/31/19

Thank you for sending love and inspiration from heaven to your family here on earth. [email protected]@gmail.comt

 

Yvonne Black posted on 8/30/19

I had the honor of being able to call you my friend, to be loved by you. You had one of the most beautiful souls, and there are no words I can really find to express how I feel. But what I do know, is you loved so hard and so much, especially your little girl. You were a fighter, stronger than you even knew. I love you Danielle, Rest In Peace baby girl

 

Sharon Freiburg posted on 8/30/19

So thrilled my Sint Maarten path crossed with Rebecca's path. We were able to share both work and play together. I loved her laugh and the fact she could get me to do things no one else could. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends. See you again, my forever friend.

 

Jessica VanLoan posted on 8/30/19

I am so sorry to hear of Rebecca's passing. Sincere condolences to her Mother Cheryl Cross and her daughter Paris

 

Betty Lachman - Tucker posted on 8/30/19

I am so very sorry to learn we have loss Joe. He worked many years for my family & later for me at Ocean Eddie's Seafood Restaurant. My late Husband "Biggie Tucker" & I thought the world of Joe. He always had a smile on his face and will be missed by all who enjoyed knowing him. My deepest sympathy to his family. RIP my friend.

 

juanita gainey posted on 8/30/19

I'm truly going to miss you, It was a pleasure knowing you. You always made me laugh even if I was feeling down and depressed. I'll never forget when we dressed up for the Steelers and Cowboys game, we had some much fun that day. Lol. I'll never forget when we made a Michael Jackson video, my back is still hurting. Mommie you was a good neighbor and friend. Rest in Heaven. I'm really gonna miss you.

 

Michael Anderson posted on 8/30/19

Unfortunately, I just learned of Mike's passing today. I met him while living at River Park Tower. We always had great conversations about football and his beloved Pittsburgh Steelers, who he proudly proclaimed was the first franchise to win six Super Bowls. He was very easy to talk to, and I will miss him and his quick, dry wit.

 

Sharon Lannon s posted on 8/30/19

In total shock and so sorry to hear about Johnnie and your loss.My thoughts and prayers are with you Teddy and your family. Sincerely Sharon

 

Sharon Lannon posted on 8/30/19

So shocked

 

Tom Barton posted on 8/30/19

Teddy, so sorry to hear of johnies passing. My Thoughts and prayers are with the family

 

Claire Demko posted on 8/29/19

We all remember and cherish the amazingly loved beautiful life of Betty Demko. She will be forever remembered. She was the best Nana a grandchild could ask for. As her time has come to go and soar with the angles we will always remember her as who she was, a Beautiful being inside and out. God had blessed us with such an incredible woman. To this day we will all miss her dearly but will always remember her in our hearts. God bless. Claire Demko Betty’s granddaughter

 

Jean Phillips Brown Eldridge posted on 8/29/19

I'm so sorry to read of Trudy's passing. I've thought of her so many times over these years and wondered how she and Allen were doing in Virginia Beach. They have such a lovely family and I'm sure you all will miss her terribly.

 

Pam D Haydu posted on 8/29/19

Keith. So sorry for your loss of your mother. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I have special memories of your mother working at A&P in downtown Franklin in the meat department when I was a little girl shopping with my Daddy. She was always so friendly and smiling.

 

 

Mechelle Herrington posted on 8/29/19

Mr. Cherry was always very kind to me. That’s what I will remember forever.

 

Tammy Butler Porter posted on 8/28/19

Keith, I am so very sorry! I haven’t seen your Mom in years but I remember a sweet, funny, always smiling lady. I will be praying for you and your family.

 

Maria Brancaccio and family posted on 8/28/19

Dear Aunt Nancy ‘Titha’ and cousin Tina, Words can’t express how sad I am to hear about my dear Uncle Steve’s passing. He was a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, and he was also a wonderful uncle and godfather to me. I will always fondly remember that twinkle in his eyes, the way he would tease you and then look over at us and smile with his eyebrows raised while he winked his eyes to let us know he was just teasing you. I was happy that my children, Billy and Nicole, got to spend some time with you and uncle Steve a few years ago. They told me how cute the two of you were together. It was obvious to see how much you loved and cared for each other. I always thought of you both as ‘frick and frack’, a dynamic duo who did everything together, and made others smile at the way you would tease each other in a fun, loving way. Always remember how fortunate you were to have 62 happy married years together. I know this is a big loss for you, but I also know your faith is strong and you know Uncle Steve is in a better place now surrounded by all our other loved ones who have left us. He will always live on in our hearts and memories and we know he will be watching over us. Wish I could be there with you these next few days, please know I am there in spirit. God bless. Love you always, your niece and goddaughter, and cousin, Maria xo

 

Debbie Williams posted on 8/28/19

Sending love, prayers and deepest sympathy. Aunt Bernice was a very special lady. She was one of a kind. Greatly loved and respected. Comfort in knowing she is resting in heaven now and one day we will all meet again.

 

Frank Femia posted on 8/27/19

Dear Tina and Nancy, I’m so sorry to hear about Compare Steve’s passing. My deepest condolences to the family. Steve was a dear friend to my father and family and I have fond memory’s of growing up with him. Although I haven’t seen him in many years, he always held a special place in my heart. I’m sorry I couldn’t be there in your time of grieving.

 

Phil and Marsha Olson posted on 8/27/19

Dear Nancy Genovesi, Tina and family. We were so sorry to read of the passing of your husband and father. He was always so pleasant to talk with when he was in our neighborhood or when Marsha would see him in the grocery store. He was so gentle and kind and always with a happy smile. We are on vacation this week so will be unable to attend his funeral, but we will be thinking of you with deepest sympathy. Truly Heaven has a new angle and he will be looking down to care for each of you. Love and prayers, Marsha and Phil Olson

 

 

Nelson Joaquin Mendez posted on 8/27/19

May God have mercy on you, Nelson. May He watch over and protect your beloved family. God Bless you. From one Nelson to another, I love you buddy.

 

Zulene Newkirk posted on 8/27/19

My sincere condolences to the family. We grew up together in Harrisburg.Ed informed me of Judy's passing at our 50th class reunion.

 

Joe Hill posted on 8/27/19

Im going to miss Dennis. we had many talks together. he was always there to support me in my projects, my painting and life in general.

 

Lettie D.Dozier posted on 8/27/19

So sorry for your loss. have fond memories of Bernice growing up in Saint Brides.sending love and prayers to each of you.

 

Lettie D.Dozier posted on 8/27/19

To Earle and family i am so sorry for your loss.have fond memories of Bernice growing up in Saint Brides. sending love and prayers to each of you.

 

Lettie D.Dozier posted on 8/27/19

To each of you my sincere sympathy. have fond memories of Bernice growing up in Saint Brides.

 

Lettie D.Dozier posted on 8/27/19

To Earle and family so sorry to learn of your loss.thinking of each of you with love and prayers.

 

John & Carolyn Fisher posted on 8/27/19

Our deepest sympathy to Earl & family for your loss of Wife, Mother & Grandmother, she will be deeply missed by all. May all your beautiful memories bring you comfort at this sad time.

 

 

Joleen Zackowski and Lee Pennypacker posted on 8/27/19

Charlie was a blessing to all who met him.

 

Greg Maynard posted on 8/27/19

Growing up with Ryland was a blast. We all were a bunch of goofballs that were always together some capacitor another. Those days were ridiculously fun! I can still hear his mom calling him in for the night. That Lady had some lungs! Lol! Totally loved that family, and the since of community we had back in those days. My prayers go out to everyone that is having to deal with his loss. I lost my dad when he was 50, and know how difficult it can be. He and his family was there for me, and I'm sure you guys are surrounded by great people that look after you as you did me and my family. My God bless you all! Your friend always, Greg Maynard

 

Robert and Debra Ianucci posted on 8/26/19

Debra and I are praying the Lord will comfort and protect the Genovesi family during this difficult time. Steve was always a positive force at Ascension, ready to help anyone and will be greatly missed. He truly lived his Catholic faith by his service to others. Prayers to Nancy and Tina.

 

Sylvia Cliver posted on 8/26/19

So sorry for you loss Earl, Bernice was a lucky lady to have you care for her as you did. May God give you the comfort and strength you need.

 

Sherry Ellis posted on 8/26/19

My thoughts & prayers are w/you during this time. I always thought she was the coolest..always smiling and giving me hugs when I would run into her while visiting my Mom. Her spirit was special!

 

Dee (Terri) Michaelangelo posted on 8/26/19

Keith, please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. No words will take away the pain you feel but somehow God will comfort you and others in the days, months and years to come. Please let Terri and I know if there's anything we can do for you. May your mom rest easy and soar with the angels in heaven.

 

Norman D Soroko posted on 8/26/19

Keith, it is so hard to lose a parent, especially a mother. You have been there for her 24/7. You were a good son and hope now you will get comfort knowing she is with your dad. May you know of no more sorrow.

 

Delores B. Hutton posted on 8/26/19

Keith, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May you always remember the good times you had with your Mother.

 

Paul and Carolyn Sheehan posted on 8/26/19

Dear Nancy, Know our prayers and love go out to you and your family during this sad time. You and Steve were always present at any church function and your combined support will be missed. Rest in Peace Brother Steve!

 

John Cadell posted on 8/26/19

Nancy and Tina... Sad news indeed to learn of Steve’s passing. He will be truly missed in many ways and many places. You guys were always a part of everything at Ascension... period. May he Rest In Peace - and may Our Lord guide you through this challenging time. Solo con Dios, Ad Gloriam Dei.

 

Greg & Jan Franceski posted on 8/26/19

Nancy and family, Jan and I are very sad to hear of Steve's passing. He was a great man, always willing to help any way he could. And he was always very pleasant and a good friend. Please take some comfort in knowing that he is resting at peace with Our Lord.

 

Lisa Melanie posted on 8/26/19

Richard and Family...I'm so sorry for the loss of your Mother, May She be at peace in God's loving arms always. Such a sweet Woman I loved talking to when Richard would call her. I'm a friend from 10 yrs ago, yet not knowing until today, just last weekend after 10 years, I had tried to email Richard wanting to Thank Him for what he wrote for my own Mother on her Legacy Page. May God bring you and your family comfort , Lisa

 

Michelle wright posted on 8/25/19

Love forever & love til the end. All mothers always love their kids wheather they are boys or girls....love til the end

 

Michelle wright posted on 8/25/19

Mothers are our joys in life they are there from beginning to end & they love hard.....

 

Kitty L Welch posted on 8/24/19

In Loving memory of Aunt Marion, heartfelt sympathy to our whole family.

 

Debra Ray posted on 8/24/19

Janet Was very, very sorry to read of Roger passing. He was a great friend and golf mentor. He will always be remembered fondly. Our condolences to you and your family. Roger always spoke of you and you could tell just how much he loved you and his family. Deb & Dave Ray

 

 

Betty Clark posted on 8/24/19

So many fond memories....

 

Sharon Moran posted on 8/24/19

To Benny, Shawn, Shane, & Shayna Words can not express my feelings on hearing of Rylands passing. He was a fun loving man and is dearly going to be missed. He was and akways will be our budda. My prayers are with all of you.

 

MaryJane Vendel posted on 8/24/19

Garnett was one of my true friends. I will miss her forever. Heaven is certainly a lot wilder than it was! Love you my beautiful friend.

 

Gene Mattare posted on 8/23/19

Janet: Very sorry to hear of Roger’s passing. We had some wonderful times while at Princess Anne. He was a first class professional. Kathy and I send our sincere condolences.

 

 

Stephen and Linda posted on 8/23/19

Sorry for your loss he was a good friend,loved doing the swap meets with him really good guy

 

Holly and Dave Shoup posted on 8/23/19

We are so sorry to hear about your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

 

Bill Ambrose posted on 8/23/19

I knew Roger during his years at Princess Anne Country Club and Owls Creek. He was a fine man - always happy and helpful. My son’s golf swing will always be indebted to Roger for the free golf lessons over his early teen years. Rest In Peace dear friend and God bless your family.

 

Ed M SIMC posted on 8/23/19

Good friend already miss him !

 

Ron Agnor posted on 8/23/19

Dear Mallory and Family, I'm so sorry for your loss. While I didn't know your Grandpa, seems like he had a good life here on earth and now eternal life in a special place in heaven. My thought and prayers are with you.

 

Wizard Salty Dawg posted on 8/23/19

My Memory of a good man. He always helped me with my Motorcycles He will be missed. Always told you the way it is. Never made up the fluff.

 

Martha and Tiana posted on 8/23/19

We'll always have fond memories of our friend and neighbor, Roger. He always had a welcoming smile and humorous joke to tell whenever we stopped by. Our deepest sympathy to Janet, Lisa, Pam, Roger Jr., and the rest of the family, including Penelope.

 

Tim Hannan posted on 8/23/19

Dennis you will be missed I enjoyed coming by and see you we always had a talk. Dennis helped me out so much on the bikr over the years.RIP my friend..

 

Kim Schaffner Blanks posted on 8/23/19

Dear Jan and family, Oh how sorry I am to read this. So glad we were able to see you all at mom's birthday. I have such fond memories of you all and the times our families spent together. May you all be surrounded in the love of your family and friends, and that your memories of Roger bring you comfort. Love and hugs to you all....

 

Bill and Lois Richards posted on 8/23/19

Dennis you will always be remembered and loved and will be missed by all of many friends.

 

Mark Llobell posted on 8/23/19

Loved this man from the first day we met. Rest on peace Roger your wisdom patience and love for a golf swing will be remembered forever. Best golf coach ever...

 

Randy Waynick & Family posted on 8/22/19

We are sorry to hear about Dennis. He was a nice guy and friend. Our thoughts & prayers are with you!

 

Bradford S. Miller posted on 8/22/19

TAPS There will be a great encampment In the Landof clouds today. A mingling and a merging Of our boys who've gone away. They are very close and near, For these brave and honored heroes Show no sorrow, shed no tear. They have lived a life of glory, History pins their medals high, Listen to the sky! ARTA NOTTINGHAM CHAPPIUS ROGER, I MISS YOU BUDDY !

 

Tina Parker posted on 8/22/19

To the family of Ryland Kemp, We are so sorry for your loss. Ryland loved to make everyone he met laugh, & smile. He had such a big heart. Randy will miss the fun times they had at Warwick Baptist church. We will miss him but he will be in a better place, in heaven with God & with his mom.. Love ya Ryland. Randy & Tina Parker

 

Alice Case posted on 8/22/19

Mr. Raper was a Social Studies Teacher at Blessed Sacrament School. He was one of my favorite teachers. He made History so interesting. He made up a HISTO game like a Bingo game. He taught me the names of the presidents to the tune of Yankee Doodle. He was kind to my entire family, especially when my father was deployed. He is the reason that I am still a lover of History. Thank you Mr. Raper

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 8/22/19

To Mr. John, Ms. Sheila, Mr. Michael and family, please accept my most heartfelt condolences. I pray that you are comforted as you are given the strength needed to press on at this time. Ms. Janie's legacy is a beautiful one and I know that it will be cherished for generations to come. I'm here if you need me.

 

 

Ron and Kay Stout posted on 8/22/19

Good .memories

 

 

Ron and Kay Stout posted on 8/22/19

Some good memories.

 

Logan Uno posted on 8/22/19

My prayers and love to the family. I love you Austin!✌

 

Tom James posted on 8/22/19

I'm so sorry to hear of Dennis' passing. A very fine man, & a good friend. He will be missed.

 

Alora Phillips posted on 8/22/19

Dennis was an amazing man, who brought much joy to my life this year. He was my friend, and he was my mentor. I will always carry a piece of him in my heart. Sending my love to Cheryl.

 

Tom Bielek posted on 8/22/19

When I think of Janie I immediately think of how loved and special she made me feel whenever I was around her. I've known Janie for 44 years and this was just her way. If Janie loved you, you knew it because she told you, and it was genuine. I don't recall her ever talking much about herself - it was always about you, not her. It was the overflow of a heart that loved the Lord Jesus. I'm so blessed to be in the circle of family and friends who loved her and was selflessly loved by her. "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints." Psalm 116:15

 

Moon SRMC and Rita posted on 8/22/19

Dennis was a good man and friend he is sadly missed prayers are with him

 

patrick ohara posted on 8/21/19

always a nice lady, fair weather honey.

 

Kelly Gay posted on 8/21/19

In this sorrowful time, may the love of family and strength from friends comfort you.

 

Lisa Mothershead posted on 8/21/19

Laura & Bobby, So sorry for your loss. My heart breaks for you two. I pray that we all can find some peace down the road. Think of the good times, the hugs, kisses, And the I Love You. One minute at a time. I love you both.❤️

 

Brenda posted on 8/21/19

I always enjoyed your stories about Honey. I am sending your family peace and strength.

 

Teresa (Sissy) Papadopoulos posted on 8/21/19

My heart goes out to you Laura and Bobby. I Love you both. Praying for your family.

 

Carolyn Ward posted on 8/21/19

I met Garnett about 2 years ago when my mom lived at Atria. We just started chatting one day while she was sitting outside. Each time I visited my mom I hoped to see Garnett. She was a fun lady! I could tell she enjoyed life. My love and prayers go out to her family, friends, and all who knew and loved her.

 

The Lacey Family posted on 8/21/19

Our hearts and all our love go out to the Martin Family.

 

 

Angie D Todd posted on 8/21/19

Ms. Cynthia and Ms. Marilyn, I hope you and your family will accept my deepest condolences. I am here if you need me.

 

Jeff Martin posted on 8/20/19

So very, very sorry. She was an awesome lady.

 

Ron Trimyer SR posted on 8/19/19

I just saw Bill obituary while scanning the internet and I was always wondering what became of this good man. I worked with Bill at NNSY in the early 1980's. I enjoyed talking to Bill daily and he was a very nice and very polite person. Again, I am so sorry for the family loss.

 

Luther Boykin posted on 8/19/19

Praying that God will give the family comfort and peace during this time

 

Debra Whitehorne & Family posted on 8/19/19

Sorry for your loss! She was an amazing Person. Turely made our Drama ministry and Vacation Bible School program amazing, Decated many hours of time to assure everyone did their best in performing. Very talented in so many ways. Will never forget her dedication to her lfe as wife, mother, teacher and friend . Peace to you all , may our Lord, hold you up through your days ahead. Love Ms. Deb.

 

Corazon Martinez posted on 8/18/19

My deepest condolences to the family ! May she rest in peace in the hands of the lord !

 

Melinda Bailey ( Olney ) Frazier posted on 8/18/19

It has been many years, but I am sorry to hear of his passing. I hope his life was full and happy.

 

Sharron D'Angelo posted on 8/18/19

I attended Bob's Apolagetics Class at Regent University three times. It was a learning experience about our Catholic Faith. Bob never told us much about himself but he had such a great personality. We lost a wonderful man of faith and I want to thank you, JoAnn, for sharing him with us. Blessings, Sharron D'Angelo

 

Helen Johnson posted on 8/18/19

What fun we had! Garnett’s smile and laugh were as big as her heart; we miss her at the “Rivah”. Love, Helen & Ken

 

 

John Carlo Balatucan posted on 8/17/19

My deepest sympathy to Cristobal Family especially to my batchmate wayback highschool days in Philippines Gringo. May your mom soul rest in peace. :(

 

 

Denise Henson posted on 8/17/19

So very sorry for your loss.

 

Matthew Martin Bailey posted on 8/17/19

Joyce, we love you and Gene. Thank you for all the good times and memories of Hawaii and Virginia Beach. Thank you for taking care of me as a child and all the love you showed me and Billie and Amy. We could not have asked for more kindness and love than what you showed my Mother and Father. Seems to me that Dad and Mom thought you were there daughter especially on vacations to Maggee Valley and Myrtle Beach. I will never forget you, your sense of humor, kindness and the love for your family. Truly if someone deserves to enter the holy kingdom of heaven it should be you. I'm looking forward to seeing you in the Holy Kingdom of Heaven when our Father and his son the Lord Jesus Christ calls me Home. God Bless us All during our time of mourning. I love you!

 

Diane & Greg Warth posted on 8/17/19

So sorry to hear the news, Tom and Barbara and the entire extended family. Condolences to everyone.

 

Mary Jasper posted on 8/17/19

My brother my friend my teddy bear. I miss you already! Rest now my friend rest now. I love you.

 

Jessica posted on 8/17/19

You will be missed by many! Help keep Mr. Raper’s memory alive....https://www.facebook.com/paul.raper.338

 

Mary posted on 8/17/19

My heartfelt condolences for your loss. Please find comfort in the knowledge that God promises to end all suffering. Before long, God will wipe out every tear from our eyes, and “death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things (will) have passed away.”(Rev. 21:3,4). May this promise from God give you comfort now and a real hope for the future. My deepest sympathy.

 

Cecilia C. Plagata posted on 8/17/19

I was very sad and sorry to hear my good friend's passing. She was like a sister to me.She was a great person. I will never forget all the wonderful moments we spent together. She will be truly missed. I will include her in my daily prayers. Farewell to you my dear freind. God knows when we shall meet again. May God give you Eternal Rest and your family the strength to bear the great pain. I Love You my dear Neth. Till we meet again.❤

 

Linda Johnson posted on 8/17/19

Janet taught in the classroom; she also taught by example. From her, I am reminded to be gentler, more soft-spoken, more forgiving. I knew I was always welcome in her home, even if it was an impromptu visit. She greeted me with hospitality and graciousness. When I think of Janet, I picture the lady of the manor, and, indeed, she was the lady of Morgan Manor.

 

 

Linda Johnson posted on 8/17/19

Every time I pick up something to read, I will think of Janet. Lighting this candle to read by . . .

 

Carol Butler posted on 8/16/19

Loving thoughts are sent for the family.

 

Sheryl Stuck posted on 8/16/19

Sorry to hear of her passing. Prayers to her family

 

Robert and Rosa Chowning posted on 8/16/19

Dear Jennifer, your dad and brothers, My deepest sympathies for the family loss. My prayers for you and your family for acceptance and comfort. She will forever be in our hearts. Rest In Peace.

 

Leigh Temple Vitek posted on 8/16/19

As there are way too many memories to mention, dear Mark, Nancy and Rod, know that your mom was a huge part of growing up in such a wonderful and loving neighborhood that Suburban Acres was. Love to you all!

 

Leon Norton posted on 8/16/19

Praying that God will give the family comfort and peace during this time.

 

Vicki Rigney Cousins posted on 8/16/19

Reunited with those who have gone before us...until we meet again. Thank you for the love you have brought into our lives. xox

 

Gabriele Cash posted on 8/16/19

Mr Raper will be missed by all the ladies at Med Emporium in Norfolk.He was a great customer for many years and always had great stories to tell us.

 

The Lacey Family posted on 8/16/19

The Kersey family is in our thoughts, prayers and our hearts

 

Catherine Bacon posted on 8/16/19

Love y'all

 

Martin Oliver posted on 8/16/19

Paul Raper was reared in Berkley (Norfolk, Va. ) and was one of the kindest people I knew. He attended the Berkley Social each year and several times I took him home to Norfolk after the Social. Visited me often when I was in the hospital at DePaul. He will be greatly missed by many! RIP Paul

 

Gayle Donovan posted on 8/16/19

I have fond memories of "Dickie." She was always so upbeat and friendly. Her brownies were great- I have enjoyed the receipe for years. My mother, Helen Romm, enjoyed playing bridge wiith Dickie who was quite good. She made a wonderful family.

 

Frank and Susan Downs posted on 8/16/19

We are so sorry to hear of Janet’s passing. Our deepest condolences.

 

Wallace and Stori Banks posted on 8/16/19

Cio and Karen my heart is heavy for you and your family. Our prayers are with you and condolences to you all. Take comfort in the hope of the resurrection.

 

Mark Wickline posted on 8/16/19

Mom, I love you! There is an old story it is about the monks and wax. These Buddhist monks gathered around in a circle took a large flat board and took candles and began making an amazing mural. They took over a year to build this amazing picture hundreds and hundreds of hours to make this beautiful picture the picture would be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars if it was sold. At the end of the year the monks all gathered around the picture and studied it for a few hours looking at all the details and the beauty. They then all picked up the mural and took it outside in the sun. They all sat around and watched the mural melt away. What they lost was the material object but what they hold onto is the experience of making it and the beautiful memory in their minds So when somebody close to us dies we will always have the wonderful experiences and the beautiful memories in our mind, nothing in our life lasts forever but the thoughts will be with us for the rest of our lives. Kyosah Wickline 16199/PA-01126/0895

 

 

Charlotte Rang posted on 8/16/19

I have been blessed in knowing the two of you and sharing in family cookouts, birthdays with grandkids, and showers for new arrivals.You have shared many years together full of love and care for each other and your family. I will truly miss seeing you at the next gathering, but I know you will still be there with us.

 

 

Angie Bowman posted on 8/16/19

Mr. Raper..loved the children...The children at St.pius enjoyed him reading to them. Mr. Raper was one of kind man. He will be missed. Our prayers are with the family. Love Jody Bowman and family

 

Leslie Tietze posted on 8/16/19

A true gentleman and community servant. Everlasting peace and life is his reward!

 

 

Jeanette Brady Marlow posted on 8/15/19

Y’all will be in my heart forever

 

Jean Icayan posted on 8/15/19

I loved your parents very much!!! Praying for the family...so sorry this happened

 

 

Lora posted on 8/15/19

Sending hugs and love to all of you.

 

 

Janice Woolard posted on 8/15/19

Sheila and Roy will always be remembered as being so friendly and so kind to everyone! During a past hurricane, Sheila went door to door asking neighbors if anyone needed batteries or water! She was a joy to talk to and they both will be truely missed!!

 

 

Michael joe hartenbach posted on 8/15/19

Having the pleasure of knowing and getting to know your son at the ship yard I can tell he came from true genuine people that care a lot about others you will truly be missed

 

 

Amiee Pentzer posted on 8/15/19

So very sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers

 

 

Andrew and Natalie Brown posted on 8/15/19

We truly enjoyed meeting them Roy. May God Bless...

 

 

Ed Plumley posted on 8/15/19

They were like second parents. I'm so sorry.

 

 

Kimberly Smith posted on 8/15/19

From my family to your your family is always in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Wilma Riddell posted on 8/15/19

Paul was a great friend to me when I first joined Blessed Sacrament a few years ago. He always encouraged me to join the Ministries of the church. He made sure that my name was always listed everywhere. He was a teacher like me and we always enjoyed talking about the latest book. He was a true educator. I will miss my dear friend and colleague. Rest in peace!

 

Andrew and Natalie Brown posted on 8/15/19

Roy, we only had the pleasure of meeting your folks once, at the baby shower. They were so nice, made everyone smile :) Much love and many prayers sir, may God Bless...

 

Rhonda Guilliams posted on 8/15/19

You were my cousin and though we didn't really grow up together we had reconnected in recent years. I am sad for your passing but rejoice in knowing you are with God and reunited with those you loved so much, your mom Rita, your dad Gayle, Grandma, Paw Paw and my dad, your Uncle Alvin. RIP Linwood until we all meet again!

 

Jerry & Joann Corrales posted on 8/15/19

A Hebrew proverb goes, “Say not in grief she is no more, but live in thankfulness that she was.” And so, while sorrow fills our hearts, we celebrate Nanette’s life grateful of the many exquisite memories she shared. Those memories are now treasures of the heart to everyone whose life she touched. May we all find comfort and assurance in God’s promise. Revelation 21:4 says, “He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.” Andy, Chester, Gringo and the immediate family, you are in our thoughts and prayers. May God hold you in the hollow of His hands. Shalom Nanette...shalom our friend. Until we meet again...on that beautiful shore.

 

The Williams Family posted on 8/15/19

Holding the entire family in our thoughts during this difficult time.

 

Susan Rogers posted on 8/14/19

Chuck, please accept my deepest sympathy on the passing of your mother. Please let me know if I can do anything at all for you or your family. You know we at ChalleNGe have your back all the way! Big hug for you.

 

Ken and Rose Flusche posted on 8/14/19

Will Miss Him.....

 

Brenda Uyak posted on 8/14/19

Mr. Raper volunteered for years at St. Pius X School 2x a week. He made games for my Social Studies students and was a major help in my Social Studies and Religion classes, working with small groups, and helping me challenge the students. We considered ourselves a team, and the students were better off for having known and worked with him. He epitomized the virtues of being a Christian gentleman and left a mark on hundreds of St. Pius students. He was also my friend; well done and God rest.

 

Lorene Wales posted on 8/14/19

Loved Dr. Schihl! He took me under his wings when I moved to VB. Fond memories of sitting with him each Sunday at Ascension and pool parties with the Ph.D.s. Great man, will be sorely missed.

 

Steve Schulze posted on 8/14/19

I’m so sorry to hear of Mr. Rapers’ passing. He was my 8th grade teacher at Christ The King. Mr. Raper was such a great guy and I am fortunate to have shared in a couple of funny episodes with him (especially one concerning a large rubber spider!). I learned more than just the course subject matter from him. His kindness and example always taught honesty, humor, integrity and how a good man should act. I’m thankful to have known him.

 

Pam Burnett posted on 8/14/19

RIP Linwood

 

Ciarrah posted on 8/14/19

Mr. Raper would always look out for my class growing up. Always read for us and teach us little lessons. I have thought about you years after leaving holy trinity. I hope you are happy in heaven as happy as you made everybody here on earth.

 

Haylie McGill posted on 8/14/19

Me. Raper was in my life for 8yrs while he taught at Holy Trinity. He taught me about Jamestown, taught me how to be a good person, taught me that I had talent, showed me that I could be anything I wanted and do anything. He always was honest with me and put me in my place if I was being a typical teenager. Most importantly he was my drama teacher. He always pushed me and believed in me and supported me. He gave me something to put my time and effort into and a place to let my creativity fly. Theater became such an important part of my life and it’s all because of Mr. Raper. He will always have a huge place in my heart.

 

Maureen Arceo de la Cruz posted on 8/14/19

My deepest sympathy and sincere Condolences to the bereaved family. My prayers and thoughts are with you. May she Rest In Peace...

 

Anroi posted on 8/14/19

Rest in peace tita. Love you.

 

 

Sue Henson Carnes posted on 8/14/19

Bob, I just don’t have any words. One of my best friends for many years. We graduated and I moved. We lost touch. I have so many pictures of the hilarious things we used to do...the memories are overwhelming. I am so sorry. My prayers and thoughts for comfort. May He hold you close. Sue Henson

 

Terrie Jo Balach Nelson posted on 8/13/19

Mr Raper was one of my favorate and most memorable teachers. He was my 6th grade teacher at Eastern Academy. I will always remember him singing " the birds are singing I love you" when I would return to class after recess. It's a fond memory I think about when I see a group of birds and it still brings a smile to my face like it did then. Your passion for teaching was evident. God bless you, for I know he has great plans for you. Peace and condolences to your love ones left behind. May they find comfort in your memories

 

Deborah Alberti posted on 8/13/19

One of God's best and most faithful servants. I am blessed to have been his friend. Rest in peace, dear Paul.

 

Kelly Richards Davis posted on 8/13/19

Such a special man contributing so much of his life to our community. Fond memories.

 

Gary Baker posted on 8/13/19

Sorry to hear of the passing of Mr. Raper. I have fond memories of Mr. Raper as my 6th grade teacher at Eastern/Brewbaker Academy. One of my all-time favorite teachers. His passion as an educator was obvious.

 

Karen Hume posted on 8/13/19

Mr. Raper was a wonderful man who made a difference in so many lives. He loved the students, each and every one, and they sure loved him. He will never be forgotten, always a treasured memory.

 

Sheryl Mathews wallace posted on 8/13/19

He was a very good teacher he was stern but good. Student from eastern academy loner school

 

Glenn Raby posted on 8/13/19

Many of his students including myself will recall his nurturing and sincere Love for all made a difference in their lives.This world needs more Paul Rapers and I am a better person for having him as a teacher.

 

Jennifer posted on 8/13/19

The memory I have of Linwood is the friend request I received on Saturday, August 3rd, 2019. Through the next 3 days, Linwood messaged Me a "Hello", He Waved at Me in messenger to show he was thinking of Me. In the late evening hours of Tuesday, August 6th, He messaged Me and Asked Me "how My Day was" with My response "It was Good, How was Yours". His response "Hot Very Hot". I told him "Yes it was a hot one, But just think Fall will soon Be here". He responded with "I like to go riding when its so Hot, To cool off" In the morning hours of August 7th, Waking up I could tell it was going to be a Hot day! Linwood must of sensed that as well and He decided to do just that of what He said in messenger late in the evening the night prior. He got on his Bike and Did what was his favorite thing to do. He rode off into the Sunny day and He rode to Cool off. Linwood will forever be Riding with the Harley Davidson riders that went before him. In the short 4 days Of Being Linwoods FB friend and chatting with him on messenger, I could tell he was a sweet Caring and Man. He will forever hold a place in my heart as That FB friend request, I almost didnt accept. RIP Linwood Moore..Prayers and thoughts to his family and friends as they endure this tragic loss

 

Jennifer Hernandez posted on 8/13/19

The memory I have of Linwood is the friend request I received on Saturday, August 3rd, 2019. Through the next 3 days, Linwood messaged Me a "Hello", He Waved at Me in messenger to show he was thinking of Me. In the late evening hours of Tuesday, August 6th, He messaged Me and Asked Me "how My Day was" with My response "It was Good, How was Yours". His response "Hot Very Hot". I told him "Yes it was a hot one, But just think Fall will soon Be here". He responded with "I like to go riding when its so Hot, To cool off" In the morning hours of August 7th, Waking up I could tell it was going to be a Hot day! Linwood must of sensed that as well and He decided to do just that of what He said in messenger late in the evening the night prior. He got on his Bike and Did what was his favorite thing to do. He rode off into the Sunny day and He rode to Cool off. Linwood will forever be Riding with the Harley Davidson riders that went before him. In the short 4 days Of Being Linwoods FB friend and chatting with him on messenger, I could tell he was a sweet Caring and Man. He will forever hold a place in my heart as That FB friend request, I almost didnt accept. RIP Linwood Moore..Prayers and thoughts to his family and friends as they endure this tragic loss

 

 

Steven Blythe posted on 8/13/19

Paul thank you for being such a dear friend and sometimes like a second father for 32 of my life. Tell my mother in Heaven I said hi.

 

Bill Miceli posted on 8/12/19

Jim, Ron, ED and I all went to HCHS, together. Years later, we would run across each other in the NYCPD. A friend and a nice guy. My condolences to his family.

 

 

Sherri Heitner Margalit posted on 8/12/19

May Cousin Evelyn’s name always be a blessing.

 

 

Sherri Heitner- Margalit posted on 8/12/19

May Cousin Evelyn’s name always be a blessing.

 

Jacqueline Wilson posted on 8/12/19

Hi Barbara, So sorry to hear of the loss o