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Carla Renee Dodge (cousin) posted on 1/21/21

I'm so very sorry to hear this heartbreaking news, praying for peace and sweet memories

 

 

jolene cull posted on 1/21/21

Bea R Davis

 

April Airleen Perez posted on 1/21/21

There will always be an emptiness in my heart ..but i will do my best to keep that emptiness filled with joyful memories of you...I love you and hope you continue to shine up in Heaven

 

Deborah Moore posted on 1/21/21

Bea and I were neighbors since my family moved to Colonial Place in 1995. Bea was a beautiful and Godly friend . Bea enjoyed gardening in her yard and we enjoyed the days discussing gardening , faith in Christ and missionaries serving Christ. I will treasure those great times. My sincere condolences go to her family during this time and I will keep her family in prayer.

 

Tom Clark posted on 1/21/21

Skip was a fun, generous and honest man, a patriot, and a national hero. I was honored to have flown with him and will miss him.

 

 

Bernice Olds posted on 1/20/21

RIH I will miss you love Bernice ❤️

 

 

Bernice Olds posted on 1/20/21

RIH My Friend IWillMiss you love Bjo

 

Marquitta Cuffee posted on 1/20/21

You will be missed love ya big head

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 1/20/21

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 Merrill Reid Rawls, 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, Merrill Reid Rawls, 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 1/20/21

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 Joshua T. Day, 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 Air Force Veteran, Joshua T. Day. 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 †

 

Sue and Charlotte Brooks posted on 1/20/21

Kay was the sweetest person I ever met. Her smile always expressed joy in seeing you. She is now expressing her joy to her Savior Jesus Christ. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Pierce family.

 

Bill and Pat Heath posted on 1/20/21

Dear Bill and family, we were sorry to learn that Lynn had passed. She was a good friend to many and will be missed by all those who knew her. We will keep you and your family in our prayers as we go forward.

 

Connie L Harrington posted on 1/19/21

I hope you once again find the spotlight and be happy.

 

Barbara Bacigalupi posted on 1/19/21

I only met Miss Bea in recent years, through her grandson Alan. She was a sweet, loving and very courageous lady with a strong faith. My condolences to her entire family. I know she will be missed, but may she rest in peace.

 

The David Family (Gil, Annette, Derek, Kris, Debra) posted on 1/19/21

Our deepest condolences to the whole family. We were saddened to hear about her passing. Auntie Geng will be in our thoughts and prayers. May she rest in peace.

 

Kathy and Ray Toll posted on 1/19/21

We were so sorry to learn of her passing. She was beautiful inside and out, living a long life of service. We salute her, always.

 

 

Charlotte posted on 1/19/21

I hadn’t seen my father in 15 years since our family separation. While I love him, he was always so angry and riddled with regret. I hope he finds eternal peace.

 

The Stansall Family posted on 1/19/21

Ray and I are so sorry knowing that Richie is gone. We will always remember that infectious, playful smile he had when playing with Anthony. And we are forever grateful that he was one of Anthony's first friends and created happy memories with him. Our love and prayers are with you all.

 

Hamtaro posted on 1/19/21

What happened to the part where he had 4 kids and a wife he treated like punching bags, making them leave and live in fear for a short while? Or where he turned out to be a fag?

 

Eva and Bob Scott posted on 1/18/21

We're so sorry to hear of your loss. Please accept our most sincere condolences.

 

Janet Boehm posted on 1/18/21

Carol was a beautiful soul and colleague that touched my life. I traveled with her to South Africa where we shared two weeks of companionship and discovery together of a country’s health care, history, flora and fauna. I enjoyed every moment we spent together during this trip and I have numerous pictures of our time together. So many memories and times of laughter together. (Please email me and let me know how I can get some of these great memories to the family.) I will miss my colleague and friend greatly. Her office was close to mine and many times we spent having coffee/tea or lunch just talking about the “challenges” of the day. She was a wonderful advisor and would give me the opportunity to just talk and laugh during a busy day. I will so miss those times with her. My prayers and condolences go to her family. She will be missed by many of us, especially me.

 

Kirk and Karen Newman posted on 1/18/21

Kay was a family friend. Stan, words cannot adequately describe our sorrow for your loss. However, we can take comfort in knowing that Kay is in heaven with her savior, Jesus Christ. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Rachelle Credle posted on 1/18/21

Joyce my prayers are with you and your family during this time of bereavement. Hold on to the memories.

 

Lydia Cadena posted on 1/18/21

Judith was a kind,caring and also funny friend to my family and me.Our common european roots made many of our conversations very lifely and memorable.....and remembered she will always be with love in our hearts. Lydia and family

 

Deborah Whittington posted on 1/18/21

Ms Kay, you were a ray of light to all who knew you. God has called you home to be with him. We will remember you with love and kindness.

 

Joy, Ashton and Alyvia Harris posted on 1/18/21

To Lolo Nuring and family, you have our deepest sympathy! We’re tremendously saddened for your loss. Lola Geng was always laughing and brought joy to all of us. The memory of her will give you comfort, and her legacy live through you all! You are all in our prayers!! God Bless and we love you all so much!!

 

Shirley P Arens posted on 1/18/21

Pam, we are so sadden to receive the news of the passing of your husband Hunter. We wish you strength and comfort in the days ahead. Love and Deepest Sympathy, Shirley (your 2nd cousin) & Dave am, we are so sadden to receive the news of the passing of your husband Hunter.

 

Pinky & Family posted on 1/18/21

Our deepest sympathy, thoughts, love and prayers goes out to Uncle Nuring and family! May God’s comfort, peace & strength be with you all at this time of mourn. May eternal light shine upon auntie Geng’s soul and May she Rest In Peace, Amen! With love & God bls!

 

Gershon & Michele Aronoff (Jayen Company) posted on 1/18/21

Please accept our condolences on the passing of "Otis" (Theodore). We will always remember him.

 

 

Anna C. posted on 1/18/21

May her soul rest in peace. May the Lord bless you (Liza) and your family.

 

Susan Quinn posted on 1/18/21

I will always remember the Christmas parties at Susie Love you Pam a I have you in my prays

 

Christopher Lacks posted on 1/18/21

Will truly miss Uncle Frank especially our dinners and talks at the "OK Corrall" Rest in Peace, Frank

 

Richard and Belina Alfonso posted on 1/17/21

My condolences to the family. You are in our thoughts and prayers. My the perpetual light shine upon her.

 

Cassandra Hargrove posted on 1/17/21

My condolences to your entire family. May happier times and memories bring you some comfort and reasons to smile during this difficult time.

 

 

Sharon L Williams posted on 1/17/21

To the family of Joyce Ammay: I send my condolences and prayers for the loss of your mother. May many blessings be upon you and your family and may God keep you all in perfect peace during your time of beaureavement.

 

Tim Elavsky posted on 1/17/21

Dear Shirley, Josh & Ashley, Our hearts and prayers are with each one of you and your families during these heart felt times. I will keep close to me the times spent together on and off the ship; Tom was a great shipmate and even better friend. Please take solice in knowing Tom was best of all a man who dearly loved his family'

 

Deborah McNeal posted on 1/17/21

Sending my thoughts and prayers to you, Chrystal, and your family. What a beautiful celebration of life for your mom. If you need me, I am here for you.

 

Sylvia Via posted on 1/17/21

Kathleen was one of the sweetest people I've ever met. She was a wonderfull neighbor, and will be greatly missed!

 

COL Karen Gausman posted on 1/17/21

Prayers for the family and his many friends. I met Tom at MACH in 2009, he set high standards for himself and others. He always had a smile and a positive attitude. He loved the Navy I still have the Navy cap he and his colleagues gave me when I left command. Condolences.. Respectfully ,

 

COL Karen Gausman, USA posted on 1/17/21

Prayers for the family. I met Tom at Fort Eustis in 2009. It was a privilege to work him. He set high standards for himself and those around him. I remember his positive spirit and love of all things Navy! Please accept my sincere condolences... Respectfully

 

Joanne Burruss posted on 1/17/21

Ruth volunteered in my class at Richneck for many years. She was faithful, loving and dedicated to the students and to me. She was a bright light and I will miss hearing from her. Sending my condolences to her family. She spoke of you often with much love and pride.

 

Pio & Tessie Concepcion posted on 1/17/21

Nate and the family, our prayers and deep sympathy for your loss. May Joyce's memories remain and comfort you forever. God bless her soul!

 

Tim & Alice Roco posted on 1/17/21

Nate and the family, our thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of sorrow. May she rest in peace.

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 1/17/21

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 George Alfred Masel, 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, George Alfred Masel, 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 1/17/21

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 Manuel M. Tirona, 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 Veteran, Manuel M. Tirona, 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 †

 

 

Daphne Henderson posted on 1/17/21

I have always had an abundance of love for Kathy. She was such a beautiful spirit and a wonderful person to have known. Much love for the entire family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. It was a very lovely service and I'm so glad I could see it.

 

Patrick & Tricia McCarthy posted on 1/17/21

Red, Shane and Family, Wish we could have joined you in celebrating Tisa's life this weekend. You and Tisa are in our thoughts and prayers. Tisa always had a smile whenever we saw her around the neighborhood or walking the dog, enjoyed talking on her front porch, beeping the horn to let you know she was home from shopping and being a grandmother. We hope that you are able to cherish the many wonderful memories you created together over the years to help you through your time of sorrow.

 

Marcia Rowe posted on 1/17/21

So very sorry for your loss. Judith will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing her. My thoughts and prayers are with you ❤️

 

Susie Hodges Cooper posted on 1/16/21

Hunter was my son in law and would do anything in the world for me. He was a great and always happy. Loved my daughter and his family.. I will miss him dearly.

 

Bobby posted on 1/16/21

A wonderful man , I will miss him. He was a kind gentleman.

 

Debbie Morgan Bussell posted on 1/16/21

Sherry, my thoughts and prayers are with you and all of your family. I have fond memories of your Mom from our school days together. The angels are rejoicing at the homecoming of another beautiful soul. Rest In Sweet Peace, Mrs. Bloodworth.

 

TOM & TRUDIE PITKIN posted on 1/16/21

BILL AND FAMILY TRUDIE AND I ARE HEART BROKEN OVER THIS TRAGIC NEWS !!!!!! PLESE KNOW YOU ARE IN OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS. WILL TRY AND CALL LATER

 

Lynn and Dave Hubert posted on 1/16/21

A beautiful service for a beauti lady, inside and out. Love to Mr. Schaefer and Crystal, and your family. The hummingbird poem was lovely. Thinking of you with love.

 

Tracey Wilder posted on 1/16/21

I've known Miss Schaefer my whole life. She was a beautiful, effervescent, and supportive person and will be missed by everyone who knew her. My thoughts are with you and your family.

 

Bobbie and Greg Cook posted on 1/16/21

Sending Our Love and Prayers!

 

linda Lovett posted on 1/16/21

I can't find the words to express how much Kathleen meant to me. We loved each other dearly even though we never met physically. My heart is aching at the thought that when I can't sleep at night there will no longer be the possibility of an email waiting from her, maybe with an article I had trouble accessing on line. Our phone conversations always ended with us telling each other a quick "love you" and the reply "love you too". My heart also aches at the thought of what poor little Gracie went through during the days of being alone, but I'm happy to know that she's where she's supposed to be, knowing she's loved and cared for. I shudder to think of what might have happened to her Sleep in heavenly peace, my sweet wonderful friend.

 

Sandra Mulvey posted on 1/16/21

Our condolences to you and your beautiful family. May Judith rest in ever last peace✝️ Darvis and Aunt Sandi

 

Mare posted on 1/16/21

Hey Kat until we meet up again I will miss you like mad! Love ya

 

Frederick Wilder posted on 1/16/21

Sad to see you leave Mrs. Schaefer. You always felt like you were part of our family. Thank you for all of your encouragement and kindness throughout the years. My condolences to your friends and family during this time. May you rest in peace.

 

James Wilder posted on 1/16/21

I've known Mrs. Schaefer since I was a little kid. I'll miss her. I'm thinking of her family at this time.

 

Jon And Ginger Gagne posted on 1/16/21

Ginger and I send out our deepest condolences to the Moody family for their loss of an incredible woman, mother, wife and shipmate. Reta touched many lives, and those of us that were fortunate to call her a friend and shipmate will forever morn the loss and cherish the memories. To Joe and the children, we send you our love.

 

Rick and Robin Melendez posted on 1/16/21

Our sincerest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Nancy Smith posted on 1/16/21

Ellie introduced me to yoga some forty years ago. I took her class at Plaza Junior High and continued at Kempsville Recreation. I loved her and her class and especially love that she gave me yoga. May she rest in peace.

 

Charlie Wilder posted on 1/16/21

Sad to see you go Kathy. Marsha and I have known you so long you are like part of the family.

 

Martha Miller and Pat Jones posted on 1/16/21

We are so sad at Judith's passing. She was a wonderful neighbor, loving mother and wife, and dear, dear friend. We will always carry her in a special corner of our hearts. We send our love and support to you, Peter, and Andrea and Mattias. She touched a lot of people with her love, caring and wit.

 

Eric Rivera posted on 1/16/21

So Sorry for your loss. My most sincere condolences.

 

Bob Papis posted on 1/16/21

Kathy helped me out at my time of greatest need without giving it a second thought. Her kindness and ability to make me laugh were truly gifts I will always appreciated. She’s been a friend and a second mother to me for many years and for that I will always be grateful she was in my life and that I was a part of her’s. I was a lucky person to have know her all these years. I will miss you. Heaven has a wonderful angel now.

 

Gina A Davis posted on 1/16/21

Shirley & family, I am so sorry for your loss. Tom was a great guy. Between his positions with the Navy, at the White House and McDonald Army Health Center, I am sure there are so many memories to savor and share. He had some good stories to tell!! He was personable and kind; he will certainly leave a void amongst many friends and family. Keeping all in prayer. God bless.

 

Amanda Lombardi posted on 1/16/21

I don’t know where to begin, but my love for the Schaefer family runs a long way back. To the first time I met Kathy and Michael 7th grade with Crystal and Michael told me I had a choice. I think I made the best choice ever. I chose Crystal, Kathy , and Michael to be my family maybe not by blood , but from my heart. We did many fun weekends and outings together until I moved away 3 1/2 years later. Time passed by and we missed many years before, Facebook, and unlimited long distance. (I promise if those things existed we would have never missed a beat ) Anyway I found my family again about 9 or 10 years later and they could not get rid of me...I was at last year’s family reunion and how thankful I am for that amazing time. I live many miles away, and hate that this COVID mess has made me be afraid to be with my family of choice. I hate that I can’t hug my best friend Crystal ( please know I am there hugging you tight) Michael, Patty, Sherry,Joanne and Ted all the nieces and nephews Kathy was the most amazing, caring , fun loving beautiful person that we were all blessed to have a part of our lives. I will always be blessed and thankful for her love. God be with you all and Rest Easy Kathy. I love you and will miss our talks. ❤️❤️❤️❤️

 

Dennis Foreman (Indian Rd.) posted on 1/16/21

A good neighbor a good friend with a little doggie Name Daisy I will miss him walking Daisy in the morning in the late evening. Jesus said all those in the Memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out. John 5:28 and 29.I hope to see you there.

 

Jackie Green posted on 1/16/21

Our deepest condolences to your family. Ed's infectious smile and laugh will truly be missed! My dad and mom loved him as one of their own.

 

Debbie and Gene Waller posted on 1/16/21

We have truly lost a great lady. My friend through thick and thin, over 30 years. It breaks my heart to know she is gone. Her smile would light up the room, and you knew everything would be okay.. Forever and always we love you

 

Kurt posted on 1/15/21

Please accept my sincerest condolences on your loss--I can't imagine losing a loved one who is so young. Please be assured that God wants to care for you during this most difficult time. Expressing your heart to him in prayer can bring comfort and strength - [Jeremiah 29:11].

 

Dori and Joe Farnsworth posted on 1/15/21

Thinking about all those holiday gatherings, playing poker together and laughing all night, with Tom's running commentary throughout the game. We are so deeply saddened by the passing of our brother, and our love and heartfelt condolences go out to Shirley, Joshua, and Ashley, as well as all the extended family. We keep you all in our hearts and prayers at this most difficult time. We are thankful for all the wonderful times we have shared.

 

Eugene Roth posted on 1/15/21

Rest in peace sister. Life was a bitch.

 

David and Patti Askren posted on 1/15/21

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family! She will be truly missed!

 

Jennifer Langdon posted on 1/15/21

Words cannot express how my heart breaks for you Shirley and for your family with the loss of Tom. Please know you all are in my prayers as I ask our Heavenly Father to guide us in providing some comfort to you and your family. I pray as God wraps His arms around you that you are able to find peace in His love. Tom is surely missed. I always enjoyed hearing him tell stories about our Navy but mostly I loved hearing about he and his “lifelong Love”. He would light up as he spoke about Shirley— no doubt about the true love Tom held for his wife. May God be with you all as you navigate through this and please remember you have lots of friends to help you through.

 

Danielle M Williams posted on 1/15/21

I'm pretty sure Uncle Tom will spend his after life on his motorcycle, riding next to Grandpa and into the sunset. I will miss his smile, humor, and cool demeanor. I believe he's found some peace now. My love goes out to Shirley, Joshua, Ashley, all of his grand kids, and his mother, my grandma, and his siblings. I hope you can hold on to all of the good memories and keep his memory in your heart. My love to you all, and deep sorrow that I and my family can't be there to comfort you at this time. All my love, Danielle

 

Ann Denny posted on 1/15/21

I didn't know Frank long but he made me feel like he'd known me forever. Rest in peace my friend.

 

Felicity Street & Family posted on 1/15/21

Our prayers are with you during this difficult time. ❤

 

Erik and Kerry Kisa posted on 1/15/21

We still have a wonderful memory of seeing Kathy and Patty sitting together having lunch here. Kathy was always upbeat and especially loved to tell stories of the yearly family reunions. She shared her joy with us for many years. May your family find peace.

 

The Browning Family posted on 1/15/21

Our prayers and thoughts are with you during this extremely difficult time. Let us know if you need anything!!

 

Kathy Bateman posted on 1/15/21

I was shocked to hear of Tisa's passing. We went to the same church when we were teenagers. May God comfort the family during this time.

 

Kathleen Giblin posted on 1/15/21

Dear Shirley and family, Thinking of you and sending my deepest condolences and heartfelt sympathy to you and your family at this difficult time. I will always remember Tom as a wonderful and kind man. Praying that you’ll find peace in God’s unfailing love, comfort in the memories you have and in the love and support surrounding you. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Robert Snipes posted on 1/15/21

Shirley and Family, May our Lord bring you and your family the much-needed peace during this sad time. It was an honor for me to have known Tom. He was a dear friend who never tired of listening and sharing. I truly consider him a blessing in my life and I will miss him. My condolences to you and your family.

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 1/15/21

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 Hunter Lewis Handle, 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 Veteran, Hunter Lewis Handle, 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 †

 

Madelyn Pickin Lawrence posted on 1/15/21

We were so sad to hear the news. We send our love and support to all our cousins, hoping that our memories will comfort us all. -Mason, Madelyn and Family

 

Nikki Radford Watkins posted on 1/15/21

Sending my love and prayers to the family.

 

Kathy Woodyard and family posted on 1/14/21

In times of sorrow like this is when our wonderful Lord is the only one who can comfort and give us peace. Hold onto those precious memories and all the wonderful things she taught you about Gods grace. Love and prayers.

 

Keith F. Post posted on 1/14/21

Tom Farnsworth was one of the first of many salors I remember meeting on my first submarine the USS NATHAN HALE back in the fall of 1982. He was not only a fantastic cook, but also an outstanding sailor. It does not surprise me to learn he was selected for White House Duty as the CMC. He was an inspiration to this young Third Class ST back then, and pushed me and motivated me on my quals even though I was not in his division. U will always remember what a great shipmate he was, and good friend. My condolences to you Shirley, and your entire family ... I will place his obituary in our USS NATHAN HALE File at the St. Marys Submarine Museum where I am the Director. RIP Shipmate, we have the watch. V/R Keith Post STSCS(SS)

 

Stacy Taylor posted on 1/14/21

Mr. Farnsworth presented a calm pleasant demeanor daily. I am so sorry to hear of his passing. My sincerest condolences to the Farnsworth family.

 

 

A. Marine posted on 1/14/21

Semper Fi Marine, Rip.

 

Jacki posted on 1/14/21

In the past 15 years I had the opportunity to listen to all of Franks stories about riding the roads and gambling. He truly enjoyed the later half of his life. He always said it was the stress free life. He's blessed he had the opportunity to enjoy that. He was a wonderful person, always looking on the bright side and will be missed. My condolences to everyone that loved him.

 

MARGARET ANN MARPLE posted on 1/14/21

Pam was so sorry to hear about Hunter..He alway had that smile and love life and the water.If you need anything please let me know..

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 1/14/21

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 Edward Mitchell, 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, John Edward Mitchell, 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 †

 

Maricsa Evans posted on 1/14/21

Uncle may you now Rest In Peace. Your work here on earth is done. I have many memories of our laughs and jokes and will always remember the great times we shared. We will miss you!

 

Michael P. Devine MSCM(SS) posted on 1/14/21

My Condolences to the family friends and Shipmates of Command Master Chief Farnsworth.

 

Bonnie Smith posted on 1/14/21

Hunter had a heart of gold and the voice of an angel. We will all miss his sweet hugs and smiling face, kind soul and gentle ways. If you knew Hunter you were blessed as there are few men who can fill his shoes. To my sister Pam and ny niece Stephanie and nephews Mike abd Hunter Jr. Cherish the memories, share the stories with you children and grandcholdren of this amazing man. Hunter touch all our hearts and will live in them forever. Never good bye my sweet brother in law just till we meet again. Fly high and keeping singing with the angels.

 

Valerie Walston posted on 1/14/21

May in rest in peace. You were Jim's boss,friend,mentor,and like a father he loved you dearly. You will be missed by all , forgotten by none

 

Stephanie Gibson West posted on 1/14/21

I am so sorry to hear of Hunters passing. I send my love and prayers to his family. Some of my best memories where when Hunter would come visit us as kids and I always remember his El Camino. I alway rmeber his visit to my granny and pops and I can't forget how cool it was when he lived on a boat.

 

Effie Day posted on 1/14/21

Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. May the comfort of God help you during this time of need. R I H Edward.

 

Creola Brossman posted on 1/13/21

Iam so sorry for your lost. If I were there with you I would give you a big hug to try to help comfort you. I'll always be your friend Pam. , Even miles apart

 

Eloise East posted on 1/13/21

I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER MY DEAR BROTHER IN LAW SUCH A WONDERFUL MAN OF GOD. I REMEMBER HE PAINTED MY FIRST CAR , DID A GREAT JOB . HE WAS A KIND PERSON, TRULY LOVED HIS WIFE, AND CHILDREN. GOD GOT HIM NOW. HE WILL BE FOREVER MISSED, BUT HE IS TRULY BLESSED NOW. HE IS WITH HIS HEAVENLY FATHER, IN THE KINGDOM. R. I. P.

 

Diane Clair posted on 1/13/21

So sorry to hear of the passing of Hunter. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. Much love, Jim & Diane Clair

 

 

Randy R Murphy posted on 1/13/21

Good bye my dear friend, I sure will miss our talks about hunting and fishing. As far as brother-in-law's go you are top of the line. Till we meet again

 

Vivian Haskell posted on 1/13/21

To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. Blessed are those who mourn for they shall be comforted. If any man believes in me he/she will never die" Jesus

 

Vivian Haskell posted on 1/13/21

"If you believe in me you will never die, but have eternal life" Blessed are those who mourn for they shall be comforted. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. " At peace finally dear Elinor.

 

Eleanor Nancy Murphy posted on 1/13/21

Eleanor Nancy Murphy From the very 1st time I saw you, There has not been A-day that has gone by that you did not put a smile on my face. Even as you struggled to hang on you always made time to joke and tease with me. Your charm, quick wit and beautiful smile will remain etched in my memory forever. In today's times it is so rare to find someone such as yourself. Always putting others before yourself, lending a helping hand or simply a kind word. The world will be worse for not having you in it. Randy and I loved. You so much, we always looked forward to our visits with you. You were and always will be a shining example of what a gentleman should look like. I dont think that in all my days on this earth that I have ever met a kinder soul, from the way you loved your children, to the love that shined in your eyes everytime you looked at Pam. You Mr Hunter Handle gave us all an example of how we all should strive to be. So for that if I never told you..You are my true American Hero. I am honored and proud to have called you my brother in-law, my friend and your. Girlfriend lol lol. I will so miss hearing Pam say " Your Girlfriend is on the phone" . 'm sure that you are watching over us all. Till we meet again my friend. We love you and will miss you always.

 

 

Brenda Phillips-Tingle posted on 1/13/21

I have so many wonderful memories of my uncle Franklin. He was such a kind and fun person to be with. Rest in peace uncle, you will be missed. I will always remember the good times.

 

PJ Sadowski posted on 1/13/21

Shirley, I am so sorry. I loved our time at McDonald Army Health Center and loved working with Tom. What a professional man. You are in my Prayers. Take care. PJ

 

PJ Sadowski posted on 1/13/21

Shirley, I am so sorry. I loved our time at McDonald Army Health Center and loved working with Tom. What professional man. You are in my Prayers. Take care. PJ

 

Susan Cannon posted on 1/13/21

Pam, Mike, Stephanie, and Hunter. What a lovely tribute. My heart goes out to you and all of the family. Hunter always put others before himself. They don’t make them like him anymore. I will miss his smile, his witty sense of humor, and his hugs! God Bless him and all of you. Peace and much love.

 

Karen L Lowrance posted on 1/13/21

Condolences and prayers to the entire family. He is in a better place . We are thinking of you. From the SVBGH CHF team.

 

Gregory and Gloria Russell posted on 1/13/21

Shirley and family we wish the family strength for today and hope for tomorrow. Those we love can never be more than a thought away; for as long as there's a memory,  Tom will live on in our hearts! As you grieve the loss of Tom, we grieve with you! Our thoughts and prayers are always with you and your family!

 

 

Helen and Jerry Benson posted on 1/13/21

Hunter loved his family and friends and was a great man. He was always happy. kind and never a harsh word. He loved to sing and tell jokes. He always had a smile on his face and song in his heart. He loved his beautiful wife and adored his kids, grandkids, family and friends. We were fortunate enough, Jerry and I, to spend some time with him and the family on New Years. It will be one we will always treasure. He said the Lord had been good to him and he had had a wonderful life. We will truly miss him, but will keep his memories alive forever. Prayers for comfort and healing. Love you, Pam, Lil Hunter, Stephanie, John, Cameron, Milena, Mike , Oscar and all the family ❤❤

 

Terry Vidaurri posted on 1/13/21

Hunter was an amazing man and I am so blessed to have known him as a dear friend. I don’t think he ever met a stranger and showed kindness to all. To all his family and love ones, you are in my thoughts and prayers at this time. Sending you much love and peace always. Terry Vidaurri

 

 

Cliff Lacks posted on 1/13/21

I always enjoyed talking to my uncle Frank about sports & going to the casinos. My uncle always took care of his family. Rest in Peace Frank. You will be missed.

 

Dueanna Richardson (DJ) posted on 1/13/21

Dear Shirley and Family, I am sending my sincere and deepest condolence for the loss of husband. My prayers for you and your family. I have no words that I can extend will help with your pain, but I am sincerely praying for you and your family. Sincerely DJ

 

Marianne posted on 1/13/21

My deepest condolences to Reta’s family. She always had a big smile and warm words for everyone she met.

 

 

Mildred Handley posted on 1/13/21

Words are never adequate in moments like these. Please accept my sincere and heartfelt condolences to the family. May God's peace be with the you and your family during this difficult time. Cherish the memories you created to live on in your heart forever. Tom will be missed by so many.

 

Anthony and Dee posted on 1/13/21

Our deepest condolences to Jody and her family on the loss of her beloved father. We wish you peace beyond all understanding.

 

Melanie posted on 1/13/21

RIH my dear Uncle. You were loved much and will be missed. I too will miss your laugh and you always teasing me with love. I will always treasure our memories.

 

Maria Stoney posted on 1/13/21

RIP, Mr. Mitchell! My deepest condolences go out to your loved ones. ❤ May their memories of your infectious laughter console them today, tomorrow and always.

 

Monica Canady posted on 1/13/21

My Condolences to all of the family of Mr. Farnsworth, I was always greeted with a smile when I encountered him in the hallways or dfac. He has gone to soon, may he rest in peace

 

LTC Tameka Rogers posted on 1/13/21

Sending my deepest condolences to the Farnsworth family. Mr. Tom was a pleasure to work with, he was easy-going and kind. I remember how he would greet me everyday as he passed my office saying , "Gooood morning Major."

 

Andrea Sykes posted on 1/13/21

I will always remember the sound of your laugh. It was infectious and it will be missed. I am so glad to have had the pleasure of getting to know and love you.

 

Linda Cheeseboro posted on 1/13/21

My sincere condolences to the family. Praying for strength and comfort during this difficult time.

 

Veronica Dixon (your neighbor) posted on 1/13/21

Shirley and Family, there are no words to express what you all are going through. I pray that you all find strength, peace and comfort from those surrounding you with love . Tom, along with his smile and wave will truly be missed.

 

Chris Limcaoco posted on 1/13/21

I will always remember the quality times I spent with your family. I think of you all often, and keep your family in my prayers, and will continue to to do.

 

JoAnne Pope posted on 1/13/21

My condolences to the Farnsworth Family

 

Penny Gillcrist posted on 1/13/21

My sincere condolences to the family. Tom will be missed by many. Prayers and comfort now and the days foward.

 

Carolyn and Pete Prokup posted on 1/13/21

Deepest sorrow to your family. We will continue to keep you in our prayers for ease during this time of loss.

 

Donna Rogers posted on 1/13/21

RIP Mr. John. You fought a good fight and have earned your place in heaven. We'll miss your humor and I'll never forget you joking me and Jody about taking advantage of a buffet All Day along. Rest well. Blessings and prayers extended to Ms Sherron and family. Love, Donna Rogers

 

Brittany Rolfes posted on 1/13/21

We were so sad to learn of Judith’s passing. We loved talking to her and our toddler loved playing with her from across our yards. Judith was the best neighbor we could have hoped for when we moved in and I will forever miss talking to her when we’re outside.

 

Shirley Lewis posted on 1/13/21

My condolences and prayers to the family. I know that Eddie loved the the Lord and right now enjoying Jesus. May God comfort you! I loved my "Big Brother!"

 

Dick & Pat Orletsky posted on 1/13/21

Red, we were heart broken to hear about Tisa. She would always light up a room with her presence and smile. We are praying that God gives you and your family peace and strength to walk through this time of grieving.

 

Jody Little posted on 1/13/21

I love you, dad. It was my honor and pleasure to be your daughter.

 

 

Kitty Stokes posted on 1/13/21

Judith was a very strong women, always ready to help whenever possible. She was a dear friend, but to all of us she was more than that, she was like a daughter or sister. She cared for Betty and Ted Stokes as if they where her parents and deeply cared about them. The loss is great. She will be missed, but will always be in our hearts forever. We love you Judith.

 

Shane Lantrip posted on 1/13/21

I will miss you! I always looked up to you. You always had a giant good vibe when you were at our family gatherings. You dug deep into life and completed your goals. You are a great person and will never be forgotten in my heart! You will always be remembered! -Shane L

 

Donna Harrington posted on 1/13/21

May your memories comfort you all in your time of loss. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Diane & Bruce Pakkala posted on 1/12/21

We will miss Tom so much. Our visits with him were always memorable. Prayers and much love for his family and friends.

 

Major Terrance Montgomery posted on 1/12/21

My sincere condolences to the family, friends and dearest loved ones of Tom. Tom provided a professional approach and application in his military career and to the military community. He was a family member to MCACH RM Team and will be deeply missed but not ever forgotten!

 

Tari Grimstead posted on 1/12/21

Gone from our sight, but never from our hearts.” “Our thoughts and prayers are with you.”

 

 

Major Terrance Montgomery posted on 1/12/21

Tom was a quiet professional with many talents that he shared with fellow members of the military and civilian community. His candid approach was nothing but the best advice for those that were blessed to cross paths with him. He will truly be missed but not forgotten!

 

Sheryl Holey posted on 1/12/21

Many wonderful memories of Shirley and Tom and the fun times I had with them. They were high school sweethearts and had such a love and friendship for each other. May all of your wonderful memories help you through these tough times. You were blessed with Tom and he was blessed to have such an amazing family. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Stan Pakkala posted on 1/12/21

Shirlee and I will miss you Tom

 

Joel Meitz posted on 1/12/21

Prayers for the family. Carolina will be missed by many whose lives she touched. God keep you and hold you tightly comforting your heart.

 

Michael, Jasmine, Mikey, Sophia, and Gabe posted on 1/12/21

Don. When we first moved in, you immediately made us feel like your neighbors. You looked out for us in so many ways and you were always so kind to our children. We miss you so much. Lately, as I pull into our driveway, I find myself stopping to stare at the spot you used to sit at on your porch. We will miss seeing you there.

 

Curt Collins posted on 1/12/21

I met and served with Don on USS TOLEDO. He was a good shipmate and friend. We kept in contact through fantasy football for over 10 years. He had a great outlook on life. My fondest memory is how he would find the humor in all situations, no matter how grim. Prayers of peace and comfort for family and friends.

 

 

Stephanie Graves posted on 1/12/21

I am so sad that Judith passed away and want to extend my deepest sympathy.

 

Diane & Jim Turner posted on 1/12/21

Tricia,our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Jenny Stoots Reedy posted on 1/12/21

Mikey, Baxter and Glenn and family so sorry to here about Tisa. We all grew up together as cousins. Your mom and dad, Andy and Joan and all of kids always had a wonderful time. My prayers and thoughts with the entire family. Love you all . Love to you all

 

Donna Maria Colby posted on 1/12/21

Dr. Keeler, With deepest sympathy on the loss of your beloved wife. I hope you feel surrounded by much love. Many healing and comforting prayers are being said on your behalf.

 

Michael and Janet Pawlukiewicz posted on 1/12/21

Ellie was a warm friend and joyful singer and chorus colleague. She will be dearly missed and long remembered. Our heartfelt condolences go to her family.

 

 

Keri Allan posted on 1/12/21

In 4 short years Judith became more than a neighbor or friend. She became family to me.. We had many fun shopping trips and breakfast dates.. She will be missed dearly..

 

Ninnette, Jason, and Annalise posted on 1/12/21

Oh Don, dear friend and great neighbor! We could always count on you if we needed help. Things like bbqs in your backyard during power outages and holidays consisting of bottles of champagne left on our door step and candy delivered in our living room. We will miss hearing you say “y’all be good” after our almost daily cul-de-sac chats. You will forever be in our hearts! We love you and miss you so much!

 

Carl Agren posted on 1/12/21

Don and I were coworkers and he became a good friend. He always spoke very lovingly of his wife and daughter. I am truly blessed to have gotten to know him over the past 4 years. I can't imagine your loss, but he will be missed by me as well on a different level. Until we meet again in Valhalla, rest your oars brother, we have the watch.

 

Mark Pardue posted on 1/12/21

What a bright, smiling light extinguished too early. Thinking of you Red & Shane.

 

Beverly Rouse posted on 1/11/21

I will miss you so much Kelly. I still can't believe your gone but I know your in heaven . You were a wonderful person and did so much for anyone . Rest in peace

 

Maurice Bullock posted on 1/11/21

My deepest condolences to the family. My last memory of my Uncle Butch was in 1977 when I joined the Army National Guard the 50th Armored Division out of Newark, N.J and at that time he was a Staff Sergeant there and he told me that he was proud that I was joining the Guard. My Uncle Butch told me if I needed any help transitioning to the military life that he would always be there for me. I will always be grateful for that promise from him. I will always remember him. Your nephew Maurice also known as (Poochie).

 

Nancy Snead posted on 1/11/21

I AM SAD TO HEAR THE NEWS OF OUR "PEACHES" PASSING, PEACHES AS I CALLED HIM, WAS A LOVING GUY. HERE IN CURRITUCK NO ONE CALLED HIM LEE DAVID, WE ALWAYS KNEW HIM AS PEACHES, GOOD HEARTED PEACHES!!! I LAST SPOKE WITH PEACHES AFTER ONE OF HIS BROTHERS DIED, THEN AGAIN AFTER HE CAME HOME FROM THE HOSPITAL, I AM GLAD NOW I CALLED. I AM PRAYING FOR ALL OF YOU THAT GOD TOUCHES ALL OF YOU WITH PEACE. MY MOM & I BOUGHT THE PIRATE'S LOOT GIFT SHOP FROM PEACHES'S PARENTS & SOLD THIER DRY ICE THERE TOO & AT OUR STORE THE GRIST MILL COUNTRY STORE, BARCO, NC. IN THOSE DAYS, TIMES WERE SIMIPLER, IT WAS THE 1970'S, COURDEROY LEVIS & STRAIGHT LEG LEVI JEANS, & BELL BOTTOMS WERE ALL THE RAGE!!! I THINK PEACHES WORE THOSE STRAIGHT LEG JEANS!!! HE WAS JUST A KID THEN , A YOUNG JOYFUL BOY, JUST OUR HAPPY SHINING PEACHES WE ALL LOVED!! REST IN PEACE WITH JESUS, PEACHES!!! SHINE ON IN JESUS HAPPY JOYFUL PEACHES, SHINE ON OUR FRIEND, SHINE ON!! SHALOM ALEICHEM, NANCY D. SNEAD COINJOCK, NC

 

Doug and Suzanne Williams posted on 1/11/21

Stan We are very sorry to hear about the passing of your wife and we want you to know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Kimberly A ONeal posted on 1/11/21

Red, Shane and Scott family.. My mother, daughter and I were very to hear about Tisa.. I have very fond memories of her.. she was always good to my family and I. We will keep you in our hearts and will miss her dearly.

 

capria R belcher posted on 1/11/21

My thought and prayers are with you and your family, she was a good friend that I had a pleasure working with at the City of Chesapeake City Hall Building, we always ate lunch together and often times change birthday presents, she was truly a kind person to me, and I knew she was a great person and grandmother, rest on Teresa

 

Donna Wactor posted on 1/11/21

My dear cousin (Butchie). I am honored to have spoken to you sometime last year. This conversation will always come to memory. I never got to know you very well because you were in the Navy and had always stayed connected to the military. I always admired you. I was happy when you married and had your wonderful sons. You have always been an independent man and one of conviction. You had a wonderful smile , somewhat quiet, but always a strong man. I will always miss you. Your niece, Donna

 

Rick & Cathy Gibbs posted on 1/11/21

So sorry for your loss. We’re praying for your family.

 

Kevin Burke posted on 1/10/21

I remember Jim offering to build a ramp for my dad when he was sick and had a hard time getting up and down the fronts steps of the house in Stoney brook. But that was the way Jim was. Hope you[re doing will Helen. I do miss teasing you about the football games after Sunday's Mass at Naval Weapon's Station. Take care. If you need me. Just call.

 

Marlene Best posted on 1/10/21

Reta, my dear sister Reta, I miss you so much. I joined the Navy because of my big sister, and I was privileged to be stationed with her and her family over the years. Our closeness grew as we grew older, and her wisdom, laced with kindness and humor, guided me with love and reassurance. She was the epitome of a "big sister", and the light of our family. I will never stop missing you, my sweet Reta, and I will never let go of your hand. May you rest in peace, Chief.

 

Sharon Spruill posted on 1/10/21

Red.. I am so sorry to hear about Tisa. Whenever I was around her she was always laughing and upbeat. Loss is never easy I understand. I’m praying for you, Shane and the family as you grieve and heal in time . God bless you all.

 

 

Sharon Spruill posted on 1/10/21

Red .. I was so sorry to hear about Tisa. I remember her always as such a fun loving exciting person to be around. Always upbeat. I am praying for you , Shane and your family . Loss is never easy..I understand . God bless you all as you grieve amd heal .

 

Helen Hamada posted on 1/10/21

Aunt Carol’s visits with her two daughters were the highlight when I was young. They always lived far away so when we did see them at holiday time, it was always a treat. I always loved the way my aunt would laugh and yes, she and her sisters did love their coffee. My sincere condolences to Diane and Cynthia at this time of loss. Love, Helen

 

Sandy White posted on 1/10/21

I am heartbroken to hear of Tisa’s sudden passing. I have such wonderful memories of the family gatherings with her. Tisa was always the shining star-her love and unselfish spirit was the way she touched everyone around her. And that lovely, infectious laugh!! Please know that I am sending my heartfelt condolences, along with love and prayers.

 

 

Gloria Palumbo posted on 1/10/21

Words cannot express the shock & sadness when receiving the call of Tisa’s passing. We met while working @ CBN in 1983 & became fast friends. Oh my gosh the mischief we got into. Our friendship overflowed into our personal lives and we became neighbors and friends forever. She and Red were there for us during great times & some difficult times. She was so proud of her son, Shane & wife Rachel. Then along came little Channing. She just glowed & was so happy, always bragging on that baby boy. He made Tisa & Red (Rojo) so happy. Tisa, we will cherish your friendship and memory forever. I Love you my friend. Rest in the arms of Jesus.

 

Paul Palumbo posted on 1/10/21

We are very sorry for your loss, and share in your family’s grief. Tisa was a dear friend to Gloria and I. We have such good memories of our friendship with Tisa and Red through the years. Know that we love you and are praying for God’s rest and strength through this difficult season in your life. Love, Paul & Gloria

 

Rachael posted on 1/10/21

Thank you everyone for your kind words and sharing your wonderful memories of my dad. Here is the link if you are able to contribute in memory of my dad ❤️ every little bit helps. Thank you http://act.alz.org/site/TR?fr_id=14849&pg=personal&px=16411755

 

Paul Harrison posted on 1/10/21

Rev Bloolworth, Lillian and I and very sorry for your loss of a fine wife and mother. She was a very fine lady. Our hearts and prayers go out to you and the family.

 

Paul Harrison posted on 1/10/21

Lillian and I are very sorry for your loss and our hearts and prayers go out to Rev Bloodworth and the family. Carolina was a very nice lady.

 

Teresa & David Crawford posted on 1/10/21

Dear Reid and Family, We are very sorry to hear of louise's death. May she rest in peace.Our thoughts are with you at this sad time. We hope to see you again in Drumboe . Kindest Regards, Teresa & David Crawford

 

Lorraine Hamada posted on 1/10/21

Aunt Carol was such a joy to be around. She was always laughing and telling funny stories. She was most gracious to let me and my 2 friends stay with her and Uncle Frank in Germany when I was traveling throughout Europe in 1971. I will cherish those times that I shared with her. She was a beautiful lady and lovely aunt. She will be missed by many of us.

 

John&Kim Fellio posted on 1/9/21

Sorry for your loss your family will be in our prayers and thought through these difficult times

 

Mike Dixon posted on 1/9/21

Sam and Lori , Prayers and God’s Blessings to you and your family.

 

Rob posted on 1/9/21

9 Months. I still cannot believe that every day still starts and you are not there to share it with. I remember our last hug and kiss, thank you for still wanting my love right up till that last day. I still hear you calling me in the night, I wake up as soon as i hear your voice and look for you. I cannot imagine going through the rest of my life like this, but I know I am needed here for now. You are going to be a great grandma again and I will make sure to tell her (?) about you and how you are her guardian angel. How far can you see from where you are? Can you see the beautiful days to come? They are still empty without you in them but I carry you in my heart when I see them and know you are in the place that finally has given you peace and to be with the other people you love and were separated from for a while. 4143

 

Rita Gregory posted on 1/9/21

Our love and prayers to all. Sam and Lori we love you!

 

Niaja Knox posted on 1/9/21

I’ll miss you Godmother , i loved your crazy self and your late night phone calls more than you could know . I hope your happy and carefree now , please watch over us. We love you & we miss you . Love, Pooh♥️

 

Anne Kreiner posted on 1/9/21

Blessings and Condolences to the Moody family during this difficult time. Rita was such a blessing to the community. Her presence will be truly missed. Rita, may your journey home be filled with peace and joy.

 

CRAIG BLOODWORTH posted on 1/9/21

To Uncle Bogy and my cousins, Your wife, your Mom, my Aunt Carolina, always made the family reunions a fun place to be. Looking forward to the reunion in heaven. Craig

 

 

Lynn Waldrop posted on 1/9/21

Kelly will truly be missed .

 

 

Robert Waldrop posted on 1/9/21

Kelly light the way for us.

 

Bonnie York posted on 1/9/21

Sam, and Lori, I am so sorry. Keeping your family in my thoughts, and prayers.

 

Debbie & Gary Eure posted on 1/9/21

Sam & Lori, We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Sending our love and prayers.

 

Raleigh E Lawrence ( Buddy) posted on 1/9/21

" she made it! Walking down streets of Gold! Ma Bloodworth was a kind and caring Lady, Who Loved her Lord! My Mentors Wife. She was a Lady to be Remembered, Who not only made a Impact on my Life, But Many others as Well! I'll be Looking for you one Day! Love to all

 

Debbie & Ray Potts posted on 1/9/21

Sam and Lori, We are so sorry to hear of Sam’s mom passing. We will be keeping you and your entire family in our thoughts and prayers. May God bless y’all in the coming days, weeks and months with all the special family memories that will bring smiles to your heart.

 

Eddie and Lyree white posted on 1/9/21

Eddie and Lyree white would like to send our condolences to the Bloodworth family, Sam, Lori, we love you and your family and we will keep you in our prayers. May God keep you at peace...

 

 

Trystan J Bloodworth posted on 1/9/21

I remember when i was little. My Nanny would let me sleep in bed with her when I was scared.She always protected me and loved me so much! Ps. I love you Nanny!

 

JJ Tirak posted on 1/9/21

Sam and Lorie, So sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers.

 

Toni and Fred Logsdon posted on 1/9/21

So sorry to hear about your Mom. Praying for peace and comfort. Love y'all

 

Kathy posted on 1/9/21

Sam and lori and family our thoughts and prayers be with you in this time love Kathy and Pete Gray

 

Cassandra Grimes posted on 1/9/21

My Sweet Marquita why you have to leave us so soon sweet cousin? I love u more than u knew Cuzzo and I knew that u love me too!

 

 

Heather woodby posted on 1/8/21

She was an amazing friend mother she taught me how to be a good mother in some ways and was my midwife to mt son dakota..We used to hang out weekends at her house in oceana and aragona..She loved music and her kids..im going to her miss her always. I love you elno

 

Tami Glaze posted on 1/8/21

What a lovely and kind lady! She was always so sweet to new leaders at BSF and made us feel at home. She had insightful and beautiful answers and kind words to share with us at our meetings. Beautiful servant of Jesus!

 

 

Cindy Foster posted on 1/8/21

I am so.sorry to hear of the passing of Faith. She was such a dear woman, friend, and sister in Christ. Her support and friendship for my Mother and myself was a true blessing. She will be truly missed. May she now rest in the loving arms her her beloved husband, Harry.

 

Priscilla posted on 1/8/21

My condolences and prayers to the McNair and McCoy family. Felicia will be well missed God bless you

 

Effie Thomas-Grimes posted on 1/8/21

I have such fond memories of my brother Butch growing up. He taught me to ride a bike and was in charge of me when my mother was home. He would cook, clean and sing to Motown music. I cried when he left to join the Navy. However, he emerged to be the best father, husband, friend and brother anyone could hope for. I will miss the conversations we had in recent years. Most of our talks were about family. He would mention his sons and how proud he was of them and how they parent their children. He loved his family. I’m so proud of my brother’s life accomplishments. My love for you is forever, your sister Effie

 

Karen Foster posted on 1/8/21

I often sat beside Faith at BSF Leader's Meetings. She was a precious saint and a godly example to all who knew her. I am glad that she is now with her Savior.

 

Rev. Jan Sloan posted on 1/7/21

Deanne was a sweetheart I knew for many years, as I knew her mother, Jeanne, and her aunt, Carol. She supported the church for many years by producing the monthly newsletter. She was a creative, loving person.

 

Delia Dunlop posted on 1/7/21

Gone much too soon, RIP

 

Matt Johnson posted on 1/7/21

Josh, You are one of the funniest people I've ever known. You had a huge heart and I will remember all the good times and conversations we had when our families would get together. You will be forever missed. My heart goes out to Aunt Margaret, Brian, Tim, Connor and Shelby.

 

Gail Kynett posted on 1/7/21

Faith was a sweet and godly woman who stood was an example to many, as to me in BSF. She's with her Savior.

 

Patsy Cunningham posted on 1/7/21

Remember Rita and Joe when they volunteered at social ministry at Ascension. She always greeted you with a beautiful smile. Will miss seeing her at Mass

 

 

Carolyn Ellis posted on 1/7/21

A quote by Marcel Proust..." Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom". That was Nancy...always happy and looking out for others (no matter what was going on with her)...always saying "be safe" before saying goodbye. I will miss her unique wicked sense of humor which left our faces hurting from so much laughter. Almost anything would make her have that sweet giggle . Rest now my dear friend...thank you so much for being mine. You will be always missed and never forgotton.

 

Shelly Orr Priebe posted on 1/6/21

I am so glad that my Grandma Lois will join her muse William in heaven. Without trying she taught me an important lesson to which I have tried my best to remain true. Follow your heart and don’t worry about what people think. I suppose her inter-racial marriage to William in the 70s in staid ol’ Virginia may have raised an eyebrow or two. But that sure didn’t stop my Grandma Lois from marrying a Prince of a man. The memory that stands out of being with Lois and William isn’t a singular event but an all-encompassing feeling. It crosses the time and space of every precious visit we shared. I remember how much they LAUGHED. Grandma with warmth and the pretense of despair as she would delight in William’s mischief and teasing. And William - ah - his big deep laugh that you could feel all the way down to your bones. She knew she was a lucky woman to be with someone so adoring but never boring. Now they will laugh together again.

 

 

Maxine Brown posted on 1/6/21

My heart is heavy and lost for words, My condolences to Family, you all are in my Prayers. God picked a beautiful Flower to brighten his garden RIP Lily

 

Maxine Brown posted on 1/6/21

Im sorry for your loss I'm praying for you all..Lily was more than a nail tech she was a great friend with a big heart. I will never for get her she gave so the name Gaint she stood only to his wasteI will treasure the times I shared with her in and out the salon and getting to her family. To her sons yall stay strong together and take care of the grands whom she loved Dearly Im going to miss you my Friend ❤

 

 

Dr. Joseph G. Smith posted on 1/6/21

i will always remember the picture she had on the wall of the man swimming and his butt showing!

 

Dr. Joseph G. Smith posted on 1/6/21

it was my pleasure to be one of Deanne's physicians for the last several years. i will always remember her as a funny and intelligent lady. my condolences to her family and friends, may she rest in peace.

 

David Foreman posted on 1/6/21

I met Tricia through my friendship with her brother Jay. Tricia was as kind and thoughtful a person as I have ever met. She always had a kind word and was a ton of fun to be around. I can attest to the fact she was a die hard Duke basketball fan and Washington Redskins fan. I watched the Bills-Redskins Super Bowl with Tricia and she was never happier than watching the Skins win the title. She was even more happy a few months later when we watched the Kentucky Duke game where Laettner hit the game winner. It is considered one of the greatest games in college basketball history. Watching it with Tricia made it even better. Tricia left us way too soon, but I’m very grateful to have known her.

 

 

Linda Bryant posted on 1/6/21

Johnny always treated me like his own daughter. I will miss talking to you about the Alabama football team. God bless.

 

Krystal Phillips posted on 1/6/21

I still can not believe this, everything you stood for and every time you showed up with just a phone call is something so calming knowing that no matter what, you showed up and for that I can not be more grateful!

 

Jean C. Wyatt posted on 1/6/21

So sorry for your loss. Josh was too young and you and Tim shouldn't have to endure this. I am so so sorry. Please know that you and your family are in my prayers and thoughts and I think of ya'll often. Love to all!

 

Renee Pindur Vanegas posted on 1/6/21

My heart hurt when I heard the news! Elinor and I were childhood friends from Church and Sunday School. It’s been many years since we have seen one another. Sending condolences to her family and friends.

 

 

LaVonne Ector posted on 1/6/21

I enjoyed visiting Lois and walking on the beach with her. She was a wonderful cook. he was a wonderful cook and

 

JOHN E. LADSON, 111 posted on 1/6/21

I KNEW YOUR MOTHER AT EMORY DURING OUR COLLEGE YEARS. SHE WAS A VERY LOVELY YOUNG WOMAN, AND I HAVE OFTEN THOUGHT OF HER IN THE INTERIM. HER ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND CHARACTER COME AS NO SURPRISE. IT WAS EVIDENT EARLY ON. MY CONDOLENCES TO ALL OF YOU.

 

 

LaVonne Ector posted on 1/6/21

I enjoyed Lois's visits to Indiana and our visits with Lois at her home. She was a great cook.

 

Brandon Mabrouk posted on 1/6/21

My sincere love goes out to the Duong and Nyugen family. You all are in my prayers. Here for you no matter the circumstances.

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 1/6/21

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 Wesley Tefteller, 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/Army Veteran, Johnny Wesley Tefteller, 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 †

 

Xiaolian and Jiebo posted on 1/6/21

We are so sorry for your loss. 阿姨一路走好,安息。

 

Thomas Daluisio posted on 1/6/21

My heart goes out to her family, she was a wonderful lady who always put her children first.A hard working lady who always thought of others..sending prayers to all..

 

Debra Roberts posted on 1/6/21

Lyly was more than a nail tech she was my confidant and friend. Her happiness and free spirit was contagious. If I was down her smile and calling out my name lift me up. You will always be remembered and your light will always shine through your 4 boys(men). Love you!!

 

Kimberly Glass posted on 1/6/21

Knowing you loving you has been a blessing. Our hearts are heavy that you're not with us anymore. Your life was taken too short. But now I know that you are in no more pain and that now you can rest in peace. We're definitely going to miss that beautiful face and that pretty smile and always making us laugh. we love you auntie Lyly and we're going to miss you so much.

 

Ann Calvin-Tabb posted on 1/6/21

The Calvin Family sends heartfelt sympathy and prayers as words are hard to find! Praying time will comfort and give you strength as you walk through this difficult time. The Calvin Family will also miss your mother our friend! Just wanted you to know you’re in our thoughts and prayers. With Our Deepest Sympathy From the Calvin Family

 

Sharon Ryan posted on 1/6/21

"A mother's love is always with her children. Losing a mother is one of the deepest sorrows a heart can know. But her goodness, her caring, and her wisdom live on-like a legacy of love that will always be with you. May that love surround you now and bring you peace."

 

Cynthia Henderson posted on 1/6/21

I met LeLe in 1994 when she moved to Virginia, we naturally clicked with our personalities. She was not just my nail tech, she was my friend. AND I WILL TRULY MISS HER. REST ON MY BEAUTIFUL QUEEN. I FOREVER LOVE YOU.

 

Dawn Johnson posted on 1/5/21

Lily was sure a beautiful person inside and out. I've come to know her and her family for about 15 years now and I have grown to care very deeply for her & the family. My heart truly aches for her family. I pray God will bring you comfort as you grieve over your loss. May God bless you all, Rest In Peace Lily

 

Hanh Bradley posted on 1/5/21

My heart aches for you and your family. Wishing you peace to bring comfort and loving memories of your mom to forever hold in your heart.

 

C. J. White, Jr. posted on 1/5/21

Although I barely remember Mr. Epstein, I feel as though he was a distant relative. My father Columbus J. White, Sr. worked at Toppers for years, as far back as when they were on Granby St., downtown Norfolk. Although I found this obituary late, I just wanted to pay a tribute and hope that the family is doing well at this time. I remember the names of both the Epstein's and the children's names from dad when he was working at the store at Southern Shopping Center. I remember the time they loaned us the old Oldsmobile station wagon when our car was in the shop. Really nice people.

 

Winnie Souza posted on 1/5/21

My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of tragedy in your lives.If ill.miss Reta's big smile and infectious.laugh.

 

Nicole McClendon posted on 1/5/21

I'm going to miss you so much, my heart is aching. I'm going to miss our inside jokes when I came to get my nails done, its not going to be the same, I've known you over 20 + years. Sleep well my angel❤❤❤

 

 

Laschan Gaston posted on 1/5/21

My deepest condolences.

 

Wendy Cook posted on 1/5/21

My condolences to the family!!

 

LASHONE D. GREGORY posted on 1/5/21

So sorry for your loss of beloved Lily.... I've known her for 18+ years as more than a nail tech but a beautiful friend. Rejoice In Peace lovely lady

 

Linda Dominguez posted on 1/5/21

My condolences to the entire Moody Family, Reta was one of the kindest people I know thou I have only spoken to her by phone you could see her smile shine thru. Prayers for strength and comfort for the family.

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 1/5/21

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 Lewis James Norlund, 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 Veteran, Lewis James Norlund, 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 1/5/21

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 Lynwood Costley, 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, Lynwood Costley, 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 †

 

Joan Setty posted on 1/5/21

I was in her charter class for the MHHS program at YSU. She was so enthusiastic and encouraging to our group of adults returning to classes. Dr. M is a special person and will be missed.

 

Philomena Doherty posted on 1/5/21

Reid , we are so sorry to hear of the passing of your beloved Louise....Our deepest sympathy to all the family. May her gentle soul rest in peace Brian and Phil Doherty Drumboe Upper

 

Philomena Doherty posted on 1/5/21

Reid, we are so sorry to hear of the passing of your beloved Louise. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family.May her gentle soul rest in peace Brian and Phil Doherty Drumboe Upper.

 

Val Colon posted on 1/5/21

Nina was always so so funny . Made Me laugh. I’m going to Miss her happy face and laughter. See you in heaven

 

Esther Riddick posted on 1/5/21

I am saddened to hear about your loss. I pray for healing and peace during this time.

 

 

Trang White posted on 1/5/21

Rest well Ma 2

 

Mike Dengler posted on 1/5/21

Hey now Josh, you will be missed buddy. I want to thank you for being my friend, you helped me through so much, even in the crazy world around us. I will always remember our conversations and the woodworking projects. Someday I will get that hutch done..lol. Rest easy my friend and we will meet again. Walk with God now and be in peace. Your friend, Mike Margaret and Family - my heart goes out to you all. Josh was an amazing person and such a good soul. If you need anything I am here, just let me know. Peace and love, Mike

 

Candy Frankel posted on 1/5/21

Sylvia was one of the kindest and nicest ladies I ever met and had the pleasure of working with. Her smile was infectious and lit up the room. She truly cared for people and let them know. She will be missed by all who knew her.

 

Julie Ponder posted on 1/5/21

Nina, I remember the day you moved in next door. John and I knew you would be tired and not thinking about eating so we picked you up a rotisserie chicken and wished we had some collard greens for you. I'll never forget the smile that greeted us at the door that day. You were a wonderful neighbor and I'll miss our talks over the fence. Rest in peace my friend. Nolan, John and I are here if you need anything.

 

FAMILIA VARGAS posted on 1/5/21

Our deepest condolences. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. We remember your wonderful mother as she lives on forever in our memory. Those we love don’t go away.

 

Tuyet posted on 1/5/21

My deepest and most sincere condolences to the family. Gì Hồng has always treated us as if we’re one of her kids. May she rest in eternal peace ❤️

 

Anh, Theresa & the Kids posted on 1/5/21

Mrs. Helen and family, we are deeply sorry to hear about Mr. Jim’s passing. Mr. Jim and you have been like family to us. You both have known our children all their lives. Mr. Jim built them bird houses when they were little and Mrs. Helen always bought them snacks for school every week. From your front porch you both have watched them walk to school since they started Pre-K. Almost all of them are now grown and in college. We all will miss Mr. Jim dearly and will continue to pray for him as well as you all.

 

Annie & Phillip Askew posted on 1/5/21

My condolences to the family; it was sad to here of Ms Betty passing. I am sure Jack welcomed her with open arms. I miss her already from the neighborhood she was a kind and sharing lady. My prayers is with the family in their time of bereavement. God Bless You all.

 

Diane posted on 1/4/21

Rest In Peace cousins Nina and Diddy!

 

Abby Chen posted on 1/4/21

Grandma, I hope you had some happy memories with us in the US. I would have loved to take you to see the beach or make some new dessert recipes for you if it weren't for the pandemic. Thanks for being kind and taking care of me while I grew up and we'll miss you and Grandpa very much.

 

Jing Wu posted on 1/4/21

Jenny, I am so sorry for your loss. I have heard of a lot of great things about your mom from you. My deepest sympathies to you and your family.

 

marilyn schaller posted on 1/4/21

I was one of the card players, who played Nickles with Betty once a week for many years. We had so much fun and Betty always had lots of stories about her trips to Asheville, her activities with the boy scouts and all the clubs that she belonged to. She will be greatly missed!!!

 

Felicia Hall posted on 1/4/21

Jenny, my deepest condolences to you and your family.

 

Hongwei Chen posted on 1/4/21

Those we hold closest to our hearts never truly leave us. Mom RIP.

 

Linda Belch posted on 1/4/21

She was a special lady indeed. As a member of the Elks 38 Ladies Auxiliary is where I first met Betty and she was very active with decorating and fund raising. She and Jack were very excepting of me as a new member. Always kind and had her own way of doing things! We became friends and I will miss you at the Lunch Bunch outings. She has gone to a better place! You will be missed by many!

 

Gary Pham posted on 1/4/21

There’s a special place in all of our hearts for our mothers, just like there’s a special place in every mother’s heart for her children. You must continue to carry her memory in that special place in your heart. I am sincerely sorry for the loss of your mother

 

John Murphy posted on 1/4/21

Dear Helen so sorry to read of Jim’s passing. Had not seen either of you since March when COVID-19 closed down Sunday Mass at the Fort Eustis Chapel. So enjoyed sharing a cup of coffee and a donut in the fellowship hall following Mass. May God bless.

 

"Chick"&Pam Ford posted on 1/4/21

Judy- We are so sorry to hear of Marty's passing. From first meeting him way back it was obvious that he was a "Good guy". After reading about him , it became evident he was very accomplished in life. I'm sure you and your family will miss him. Again, I'm so sorry. Please call me when things settle down a bit. 422-5164

 

Jerel Lamar Phillips posted on 1/4/21

This one hurts like a mother fucker. Auntie you will forever be in my hearts. I keep replaying the convo we had on my birthday this year. We speak for 3 hours. I stopped everything I was doing to talk to you. Not knowing this day would come. I know now it was the work of God that we spoke that day. We always had a connection cause we are both Cancers. U understood and times my parents couldn’t. U would always want me to hook u up with new music or make u a cd or playlist. It’s crazy cause we love being our sign, and it’s the same thing that took u away. I’m trying to be strong but this is a piece of my heart. This family won’t be the same without u. Love you Auntie S.I.P

 

linda glickman posted on 1/4/21

I remember smiles and laughing eyes. I remember platters of 4th of july hot dogs and hamburgers Marty carried inside from a red hot grill and soaring temperatures, his eyes streaming with salt as he stood at his grill to feed family and friends and his face redder than red from the sun. He was generous and kind oh he will be missed.

 

Ron Phillips posted on 1/4/21

Aw Nina, gone too soon. It will almost be a year since you road back to New York with me and your 2 grand kids. You was bringing your grand kids to spend sometime with your grand kids and give them a tour of New York. And here just short a year later your gone. Wow!!! You was surely loved and will be terribly missed R.I.P

 

M Beauchamp posted on 1/4/21

To Joe, Anna, Jeremy & family, Aunt Helen, & our cousins: Words can't express our sadness in hearing of Reta's passing. Her shining light & love for you cannot be extinguished. We're sending prayers for strength & grace to all of you. Love, Mary Beauchamp (cousin) & Dave/Rocky Guadagnino

 

Susan Paulson posted on 1/4/21

Fran, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I will always cherish the many weekends we spent at the TKE house parties. What fun we had! I still laugh at how the Bonners, John and you plus Ned , Georgie and I crowded into our 2 bedroom apartment up near Lehigh U. when you all made the trek up. Ned and I will always remember John as the level-headed one in our group. May His Memory Be Eternal. Susan and Ned

 

Susan Paulson posted on 1/4/21

TKE Parties and your visit to PA

 

Rosanna González Vázquez posted on 1/4/21

Amada tía Maravillosa!!! Cuanta falta me vas hacer pero apesar de eso entiendo y acepto que era tu momento, ahora estarás haciendole compañia a mi amada madre!!! Las Amoooo hasta el infinito!!!! Hasta que nos volvamos a ver!!!!

 

Scott Harraway posted on 1/4/21

Nina you always been there for me. Cuz I will missed you & uncle Diddy both of yall help me out in my struggles. Love ya. My heart is broken rest in peace.

 

Elaine Mise posted on 1/4/21

Hey baby girl, I just want to said thank you I know I have said this before. But you have open up your heart and your home not only to me but all my children and grandchildren, your nieces and nephews. If I was to pick up the phone and call you and said Nina I need a big favor you would say to me Lane what's the matter. And when I tell you, you would say of course for how long I am so grateful to God for giving me the chance to be a part of your life and to love you as you love me.

 

Gino Colombara posted on 1/4/21

Our heartfelt condolences on the passing of Marty. We surround you and your family with our caring thoughts and hearts. Take comfort in knowing that he is once again healthy, whole and complete in God's loving presence.

 

Frances Harrick posted on 1/4/21

Dear Helen, We were so shocked to read of Jim's passing. We can't imagine what you both went through with the virus. Will call soon...many prayers for his soul which he will receive in Heaven. Frances and Steve Harrick

 

Pamela Cohen posted on 1/4/21

You will be greatly missed Nina. You were always such a loving and kind person. We will miss your big smile, kind words, and big heart. Love Ya Aunt Doe, Leslie and Pam

 

Laverne and aseelah posted on 1/4/21

Dearest Nina Although we need you here, God needed you more. I’m going to always remember that smile you had. The joy you gave to everyone, you were always there for me. The moments we spent with your father, when we would visit him. You both will be missed and forever in my heart. Rest In Peace Nina and Diddy

 

Walter posted on 1/4/21

May God Bless you and Family May you Rest In Peace

 

Walter posted on 1/4/21

May God Bless you and Family May you Rest In Peace you will be missed

 

Robin Crowder posted on 1/4/21

My deepest condolences to Charles and Nolan. Nina my bff I will truly miss you and you will never be forgotten, to be absent from the bod is to be present with the Lord. Rest in Paradise my friend!

 

Mr. & Mrs. Gabriel Mavis posted on 1/4/21

To Josh Family, our deepest condolences for your loss. We loved Josh and we feel your tremendously loss. He was very kind young man. In the short time he came to visit he stole our hearts. We all loved him very much. Hopefully he will run into my Jillian in Heaven

 

Vivian Wilson posted on 1/4/21

Condolences to you and the family. May she rest in peace. GOD BLESS YOU. Love Norma Wilson

 

Vivian Wilson posted on 1/4/21

Though I didn't not see you a lot or spend much time with you; you always made me feel included and truly loved. I will miss you dearly. RIP Nina

 

Diane posted on 1/4/21

Always had some good times hanging out, playing cards talking mess and joking. Alson had fun spending time with you when I had the chance to visit, and taking the trip to see your dad. Love you always! Rest in eternal peace Nina. You will truly be missed

 

 

Yifan "Frank" Liu posted on 1/4/21

Dear Grandma: I am lucky to be where I am which wouldn't have been possible without you. I will always remember how much you loved me, cared for me and fed me when I was growing up! Fanfan

 

 

Jenny Xuan Chen posted on 1/4/21

Mom: It hurt to lose you, but my precious memories of you will be with me forever. I love you very much! Maomao

 

 

Liqun Liu posted on 1/4/21

I was so lucky because you were the kindest mother in law!

 

Anne and Bob Mortenson posted on 1/3/21

So sorry for your loss. Marty was a fabulous man and Bob and I are so happy that we were able to be part of his life and to know him and his family. Judy, you are in our prayers.

 

Yolanda Harraway posted on 1/3/21

I love you always and truly miss you. You were more than my cousin you were my big sister. I will miss talking and laughing on the phone with you. As I'm writing I'm crying for you because you suffered. Rest easy baby❤❤❤

 

Yin Guo and Zhengyu Xue posted on 1/3/21

So sorry for your loss. Our deepest condolences to you and your family. May your mom rest in peace. 愿阿姨安息。节哀顺变

 

Monica McNair posted on 1/3/21

On behalf of my mom Frances, sister Wanda and myself, we would like to extend out deepest condolences to the family during this difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers!

 

Bonnie & Pete Kaczor posted on 1/3/21

We are so sorry your your loss, Megan. May your memories bring you consolation & comfort. May God bless you & your son. We will be praying for you. Love, Bonnie & Pete

 

Krista posted on 1/3/21

Billy, your service and sacrifices are appreciated and will never be forgotten. May you rest easy brother.

 

Harriett Eluto posted on 1/3/21

We are so sorry for your loss. Marty was a wonderful, cousin, friend, and Pharmacist. We have good memories from our years together. Especially those from our Lake Edward Years.

 

Sharon posted on 1/3/21

My deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved. May God comfort you and give you his peace. On behalf of this grateful Blue Star family

 

Christine Bode posted on 1/3/21

Dr Mik was a fabulous professor and kind human being. She taught many of my courses during my Health Education major course of study. My sincere condolences to her family.

 

Celeste posted on 1/3/21

Our beloved cousin Nina. We will truly miss you. Hugs and Luv forever!

 

Clover posted on 1/3/21

Nina you will dearly be missed by me and William as well I recall the 1st time we met I had been reassigned to Sacramento mcclellan Air Force base and you came into my office and from mad day 4th we did nothing but close my office door and talk about William and Carl and trials of life you surely added growth to me I love you today tomorrow and many more we will see each other again I love you nina your friend in life and there after clover J and too Charles and Nolan everything will be OK love yall

 

Medena Greene posted on 1/3/21

Auntie, you are missed. I learned so much from you: how to take care of my hair, how to make the best Mac n Cheese, when I got my drivers permit, you let me drive your Chrysler LeBaron, and you introduced me to “This Christmas” by Donny Hathaway. But none of those things compare to you opening your home to me and treating me as your own. I will forever be grateful and appreciate all that you did for me and what you mean to me. Love you and look forward to seeing you again in paradise with our Lord and Savior Jesus!

 

Jane Smith posted on 1/3/21

Megan..William...Haley...Zayden... My heart breaks for the loss y'all have endured... My prayers and thoughts are with each one of you.....Your Billy was.. from what I've heard was an Angel here on earth..now he will forever be an Angel in Heaven and will always watch over each of you as he did while he was here.. May God give each of you comfort in this time of Sadness and loss...

 

Marcia posted on 1/3/21

For my dear dear cousin Nina. I love you more than I could ever show.....

 

Beth griffin posted on 1/3/21

Thank you for your service. Rest now your job is done. My prayers for you and your family

 

Jennifer Davis posted on 1/2/21

It’s still hard to believe you’re gone. I’m currently enjoying a recipe you made for me a few times. Rest easy in the arms of Our Lord. Much love to you and your family.

 

LORNA STEIN posted on 1/2/21

So very sorry. Thank you for your service to your country and the people of the USA

 

Rob Alaniz posted on 1/2/21

RIP Billy. The military is one big family and you will not be forgotten. God bless his family.

 

Ken Kopper posted on 1/2/21

May God heal your broken hearts. You have my sincere condolences

 

Carly Johnson posted on 1/2/21

I never met you, but it sounds like you were an incredible guy who loved and was loved deeply. Thank you for your service to our country. My family has yours in our prayers.

 

Peggy Koonce posted on 1/2/21

Peggy Koonce

 

Marilyn Hansen posted on 1/2/21

Yoshi I am so saddened to hear of your beloved husband Ken. Yoshi, I remember meeting Ken when he brought you to line dancing a few years ago at the Moose Lodge. He was very devoted to you. Fondly your friend Marilyn

 

SSGT Wright, T.L. posted on 1/2/21

Thank you for your service.

 

Jennifer Milby posted on 1/2/21

Oh Josh I miss you so much. The time I had knowing you was so valuable to me. What a great person you are. Full of love and such a giving person. I am thankful to have known you.

 

Sharon posted on 1/2/21

There are just no words to heal the pain of loss. God bless all the family & friends.

 

 

Luis y katiria Martinez posted on 1/2/21

We love you for ever

 

The McGuire Family- Ohio posted on 1/2/21

Praying your family in the loss of this hero. Our hearts are breaking and we are standing with you in your time of grief.

 

Hollie Gaughan posted on 1/2/21

Rest in peace, brother. Praying for your family. I hope they find peace in their grieving of someone that they loved so much. God bless you all.

 

Robert Dapogny posted on 1/2/21

Sending prayers from Hawaii ... God bless your hearts and your steps in this time of greatest need ...

 

Lcpl Charette G.P. USMC posted on 1/2/21

Thank you for your service, see you on the other side.

 

Joann Welch posted on 1/2/21

Our hearts go out to your family for this wonderful young man. He's in our Father's arms now. I pray Jesus comforts your whole family now and always. God be with you all.

 

Anne Marie Winter posted on 1/2/21

I know that grief is something you all will hold after losing Billy. Its unbearable at times and you all will need each other. Grief is best dealt with by sharing stories, memories and the range of emotions that come. May you rest in peace.

 

james lomas posted on 1/2/21

My thoughts are with your family and friends. Huge respect from an ex Royal Navy Submariner.

 

 

Lisa C posted on 1/2/21

Dear Soul, Rest In Peace in God’s Loving Arms

 

VET posted on 1/2/21

RIP brother

 

Cathy Worst posted on 1/2/21

I am so, so sorry for your loss Megan. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Tammy Hansen posted on 1/2/21

My sincere condolences to Joe and family. My you find peace and comfort in your memories of Reta

 

La Sandra Owens posted on 1/2/21

So sorry for your loss. May God give you peace that surpasses all understanding and give you comfort during this time.

 

Rob Ward posted on 1/2/21

Matthew 11:28-30 - King James Version 28 Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. 29 Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. 30 For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light. May the love of God's Son, Jesus, guide and protect your families in the days ahead.Your loss is great but the Love of Jesus is greater!

 

Jackie Alwine posted on 1/2/21

Megan, my heart breaks for you, William, Haley, and Zayden. Keeping all of you in my prayers.

 

Jackie Alwine posted on 1/2/21

Megan, my heart breaks for you, William, Haley, and Zayden. Praying for God to watch over all of you.

 

 

Keasha Floyd posted on 1/1/21

Please know you are in our thoughts, our prayers and in our hearts.

 

Dave, Kelly, and Cam posted on 1/1/21

We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers

 

Sue Fitzgerald posted on 1/1/21

Love you Will RIP God bless you.❤

 

Marialuisa (Marilú) Alfaro posted on 1/1/21

Dear Niranji, Shali and Niroshen: I just found out about Pali’s passing. I am so sorry for your loss. He was the best Boss ever! The whole crew loved him. May he rest in peace.

 

Val posted on 1/1/21

Megan, I can not begin to imagine losing Billy like you have. Please know I love you and little William and I pray you can find peace and love from God and use His strength to live on honoring Billy through your life.

 

Ron Chupik posted on 1/1/21

We are very sorry for your loss Scott and our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Joe Davis posted on 1/1/21

I was so sorry to hear the news that Betty had passed. I was Betty's Avon lady for many years .I always enjoyed my visits with her. She was a delightful person and had many exciting stories to tell about her life and family. We shared our love for dogs. I am going to miss her. I am sorry for your loss......Ellen Davis

 

Judi Russo posted on 1/1/21

Nancy and I have been building a relationship together for many years. We share common circumstances and worked together on the common solution. We've experienced a pure, deep, genuine and personal communication with eachother that I will cherish forever. Nancy is a big and beautiful part of my life and my story. She was simple and complicated, just like me. She always made me smile and laugh. I will miss her immensely and will forever have such fond memories of my special friend Tinkerbell.

 

Tina Ward posted on 1/1/21

I feel truly blessed to have spent time with you and all the wonderful memories we shared. My boys always loved you and the sling shots and other homemade things you made them. I still have heartburn from your famous hot sauce. I remember your excitement when the butler served all of us dinner in our suite on our cruise to Bermuda. You and Aunt Audrey were always so loving, kind, supportive and encouraging over the many years. I will miss you and treasure our time together. You will always be loved and never forgotten by me and my family. I look forward to spending time with you and Aunt Audrey in heaven. I love you Uncle Richard. Your loving niece.

 

Angela Hernandez posted on 1/1/21

WE WANT EVERYONE TO KNOW HOW STRONG OF A WOMAN JULIA WAS, A SINGLE MOTHER, SUCH A FIGHTER , WHO'S MAIN PRIORITY WAS HER 2 SONS. OUR HEARTS ARE BROKEN, AND WE SHARE IN YOUR GRIEF, MAY GOD SUPPLY THE STRENGTH & COUARE NEEDED TO SEE US THROUGH THIS VALLEY OF DARKNESS . IN LOVING MEMORY VERY SINCERELY, YOUR LITTLE SISTER ANGELA & BROTHER INLAW, OSCAR

 

Rob posted on 1/1/21

Happy New Year Angel! I may be the only person in the world that doesn't want they earth end. It just takes you further from me. I can't imagine saying you passed away last year. The only up is it is closer to being with you again. Love you and miss you more. 4152

 

Sherry Lieberman posted on 1/1/21

I was very fond of Annette. I got to know her through the book club at the terrace that I ran. Annette was n avid reader, and Ioved our many conversations. She was special to me. May she rest in peace and her family be comforted with happy memories.

 

 

Margaret Hinson posted on 12/31/20

Come back to us Joshua! I know you are with Jesus now.

 

Pat Shomo posted on 12/31/20

When I think of Uncle Richard I remember music and laughter. He and my dad Al (who he called Maynard after a favorite musician) spent hours listening to jazz and calypso. When you walked into a room full of llaughter Uncle Richard was usually in the middle of it. You could also count on him to give you good advice when he thought you needed it. I haven't seen him much in the last ten years, but I'll always remember the way being with him made me smile.

 

Peggy Matthews posted on 12/31/20

Billy and I were co-workers for many years - he was a very special man! Prayers for his family!

 

Jeff Johnson posted on 12/31/20

Joshua was like a little brother to me and we will always cherish the memories of family beach trips, watching him play baseball growing up and his sense of humor! I see him in both Connor and Shelby. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone. Jeff and Tracey Johnson

 

 

Ruth Davis posted on 12/31/20

What I wouldn’t give for one more day with you... I know God had other plans.. I know you’re dancing in the sky... that was our favorite thing to do.. I met Nancy when she was a server at knuckleheads, she bounced around the room with a smile and a heart so big (Hence how she got the nickname tinker bell!!) I met her in 2010 right after I had lost my father. She was the one person that understood how I was feeling because she had lost her mother.. we had some laughs we had some tears and lots of dancing I’ll never forget you I’ll never forget all of our talks or late night talks we could talk for hours.. i’m sorry I couldn’t be there the past couple years I had to move home to Arkansas.. I just talked with you not too long ago you were so happy you were getting your kitchen remodeled and I was planning on a visit.. i’m so happy I still have all of our text all of our messages so many pictures so many videos so many memories I will cherish.. I know there’s a reunion in the sky... We will miss you down here.. you taught me about the real world, You taught me about things that I never knew.. This southern Arkansas girl was one naïve chick lol..Until we meet again sweet girl, you will always be in my heart. ❤️

 

Seth posted on 12/31/20

Our prayers go out to you.

 

Sherri Batterman posted on 12/31/20

Megan, Thank you for sharing all the beautiful memories of your family and of Billy. It’s hard to comprehend and understand this tragic event, but may God provide you peace, strength and comfort now. My condolences to the entire family.

 

Sherri Batterman posted on 12/31/20

Megan, So many people have been touched by your story. Thank you for sharing all these wonderful memories of your family and of Billy. It’s hard to comprehend such tragedy and my prayers go out to you and those impacted. May God provide you peace and comfort. My condolences to the entire family.

 

Renee Evers & Gus Miklos posted on 12/31/20

I remember the first time I met Joshua out on your deck. The first thing I notice was his smile! He was so kind. A wonderful person. We are saying daily prayers for you Margaret and your entire family. Ours sons are are now together ❣️((Hugs to all))

 

Diane Murphy posted on 12/31/20

Dear Margaret and family, I am so sorry for your loss. I continue to keep you all in my prayers. May the peace of God be with you and bring you comfort.

 

Jose Moreno posted on 12/31/20

My Condolences to Joe and the rest of the Moody Family. RIP Reta.

 

Tom Johnson posted on 12/31/20

Margaret, Tim, Brian......we will miss Joshua dearly. We will remember all of the good times we had together. Love, Tommy and Coni

 

Blanca Buckner posted on 12/31/20

My dearest brother in law.How I missed you. You were the most generous man of love,faith,patience and gentleness. I was honored to have taken care of you when you needed it. You were always so appreciative . I’m going to miss you and your famous cod cakes. Not to mention your Rum Swizzle! I will always remember the quiet and private conversations we had.Thank you Rich. I will always love you.

 

Colleen Seltzer posted on 12/31/20

My heart is broken for you and your family. Praying for comfort and understanding during this tragic and painful loss. XO

 

Ron & Laurie Wheeler posted on 12/31/20

Uncle Richard, you were a great hard working man with whatever you did. You're loving ways was such a great sight. I know, you knew that you were loved in the same way, even more. I loved to visit you and hear Frank Sinatra, jazz music and Carribean music coming from your man cave, was the highlight of my visit. On your wedding day to Aunt Audrey, it was an honor to decorate the house and your wedding cake for your special day. It was a great time, among so many others. You will be missed dearly and forever loved! We will continue to keep serving up your Rum Swizzle, Rum Cake & Crab Cakes, and Ron will continue to make to your famous hot sauce. We love you Uncle Richard. Joanne, Ernie & Chris, we send our deepest condolences and much love to you all.

 

Margaret and Brian Speers posted on 12/31/20

Joanne and Ernie, our deepest sympathies go out to you. May our prayers ease the pain of the loss of your father,.

 

Leslie Buckner posted on 12/31/20

My Body guard duty is over for now,until we meet again.Rest In Peace.

 

Natalie Gould posted on 12/31/20

So very sorry for the Reid family. Great guy

 

Blair & Maria posted on 12/31/20

Megan, Haley, William, Zayden, our thoughts and prayers are with you all. May you Rest in Peace Fraggle until we meet again my brother. A great man who taught me the true meaning of forgiveness. He will live on in our hearts and memories forever..

 

 

Margaret Hinson posted on 12/31/20

I love you Joshua Adam! Mom

 

 

Margaret Hinson posted on 12/31/20

Love you Joshua! Mom

 

Shari Harper posted on 12/31/20

So sorry to hear of Pat’s passing. She was a very independent woman who always spoke her mind, and was a great animal lover. Finn and I will miss her in the neighborhood. Condolences to Darlene and George.

 

Lorraine Samuel posted on 12/31/20

Uncle Richard, it was my profound honor to have you in my life. Your wisdom , love and guidance was a blessing to me when I needed it. I will always cherish the many times we just hung out and talked. Words can not express how much I will miss you. Love you Capicu always and forever.

 

Anna Spence posted on 12/31/20

I was so sorry to hear about the death of Scott’s mother. It is always one of the hardest things you have to do in your life to say goodbye to your parents. I am thinking about you and your family as you take this journey down memory lane and enjoy all the times that she made you smile.

 

 

Grace Lebert Moody posted on 12/31/20

I miss you, my Best Gucci Friend in the World.

 

virginia parker byler posted on 12/31/20

Norma and I go back a long way, born the same year, friends since we were 10 years old. Kept in touch by phone and letters. She gave me confidence as we grew older. I missed hearing from her this past year.

 

Christina Buccino posted on 12/31/20

Dr. Mikanowicz was a wonderful professor at YSU. I was in her MHHS program there. I will never forget her hard work and dedication to the program. I loved meeting with her. Such a wonderful person. Many blessings. She loved her family.

 

Vanessa Heggins-Williams posted on 12/31/20

RIP Uncle Richard I will always remember you and your Rum Swizzle God has another special angel Love always

 

 

Yvonne Samuel posted on 12/31/20

GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN. LOVE AND MISS YOU ALWAYS UNCLE RICHARD

 

YVONN ELAINE SAMUEL posted on 12/31/20

To my Uncle Richard. I t is still hard to believe that your are no longer with us. I have so many loving and found memories to cherish. I know you are just fine now up there in heaven with the love of your life( aunt Audrey) and many many family members. Please give our love to everyone up there., just know that you will always be loved and missed. LOVE YOU UNCLE RICH(THE FISHERMAN).

 

Marsha Johnson posted on 12/31/20

Well what can I say about the most sweetest, caring person in the world? I have known Nancy for at least 35 years And I will never forget her laugh (giggles) hehe as she always said. I just cannot express the feelings I have about her leaving us so soon I know that God has a purpose for her! I am extremely grateful that I have known her for the better part of my life as she was a dear friend and a loving sister to me. As we didn’t always hang out near the end, which I regret, but I will say we did reach out to each other every once in a while to wish each other well. Dalton has became a smart intelligent individual who will go far in life and Nancy couldn’t have been a prouder mom!!! She wanted only the best for Dalton and she worried about everybody she loved (which was probably half of Virginia LOL) she was very well known in the community and everybody who met her was touched by her. She was definitely our angel on earth and now she is our angel in heaven. I will love you forever Nancy and will always keep your giggles and your love in my heart!!! Fly high baby girl!!!!

 

Mariel and Dylan Paige posted on 12/31/20

Megan, praying for you, William and your family during this extremely difficult time. Billy was taken away from you way too soon. The love between you two was something so special that you will hold in your heart forever. He will be looking down on you, smiling and protecting you from heaven. Love you!

 

Gina and Tom Kanaley posted on 12/31/20

Megan...we are so sorry for your loss of Billy. Reading his obituary shines a light on this wonderful man. Words cannot express our sorrow for you, William, Jayden and your family. God bless you...peace and love always...

 

Chris and Michele Edgell posted on 12/31/20

Chris and I will always cherish the memories we have after Richard and Audrey moved in next door to us here in Virginia. Richard knew it was the place to be when he saw my husbands pepper garden next door. The minute we met them in was instant friendship that grew into more of a family type love. They welcomed us into their home for family dinners and parties as we did them. Wonderful kinship, food and of course Richard's Rum Swizzle. Richard was our "neighborhood watch" as we liked to call him. Always watching out for all of us. He loved watching our dogs romp in the yard, specially "Mr. Brown". Watching him work was amazing...and his yard was immaculate! We were heart broken when Audrey passed and now our hearts ache again losing Richard. That house next door will never be the same without you both there. We still look for you in the yard Richard, and probably always will. Much love to all of the family, we are sorry we can not be there with you all

 

Lauren Allison-Courtney posted on 12/31/20

Meg, I wish I had words for your loss. Please know we care & love you. Prayers to you & William during this time.

 

 

Karyn & Josue Cruz posted on 12/31/20

Thank You For Everything Uncle Richard. Please continue to bless and watch over our family.

 

Karyn, Josue, Savana, Mateo Cruz posted on 12/31/20

My Uncle Richard was a Wonderful Man, who I admired and loved dearly. He provided a positive example of a strong, hard-working, caring, giving man with pride and the ability to get things done. Over the years, he helped my husband Josue, myself and our children Savana and Mateo in so many ways. As a Master Craftsman, he provided expert guidance in what to look for in selecting a house to buy and raise our family in. He never hesitated in taking Josue under his wing sharing his knowledge and wisdom. My children and I were so fortunate to grow-up and experience the “Quintessential Uncle Richard” which included, but not limited to the richness of his Bermuda accent, sips of his legendary ‘Rum Swizzle’, the sound of Frank Sinatra playing in his man cave, and eating his signature crab cakes. Savana & Mateo always had fun running around in Uncle Richard’s handsomely self-manicured yard with the greenest grass a child could only dream of playing in. My children fondly called him “Capicu.” We... Karyn, Josue, Savana, and Mateo have received the Endearing and Unconditional Love of Uncle Richard. I hope he felt in simple ways, in the smiles and laughter over the years he received the same from us. Heaven has a Man of Greatness...

 

 

Savana & Mateo Cruz posted on 12/31/20

WE MISS YOU "CAPICU" LOVE YOU ALWAYS, SAVANA & MATEO

 

Deb & Tim Garrett posted on 12/31/20

RIP Shipmate... Fair seas and Following wind forever in heaven. It was an honor to have worked with you in the US Navy and to have known you as a friend. Prayers and hugs to Joe, Anna, Jeremy and all her family.

 

Deb Shaffer posted on 12/31/20

Megan, I'm so sorry for this tragic and senseless tragedy. Please know that I'm thinking about and praying for both you and William during this difficult time.

 

Jack & Cheri Corbett posted on 12/31/20

Joanne and Ernie, Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss. May you be comforted by the outpouring of love surrounding you by your friends and family.

 

Alexia cruz posted on 12/31/20

I love you, so much you were such an amazing grandma even with us not being face to face you still checked up on me and told me how much you cared for me. I’ll always hold you close to my heart❤️I’ll always miss you but I’m so much happier knowing you are at peace and in no pain. May you rest in heaven❤️

 

Dawn Garabedian Lacomb posted on 12/31/20

I was lucky to have her as my friend and adopted sister for over 40 years! Nancy was a sister to me and a daughter to my mother! She was at times (in the early years) my partner in to many shenanigans to mention or admit to! As we matured and entered or tried to enter the world of responsible adults...believe it or not my Nanny was the first. When she became a mother her sole focus was her son Dalton! Her entire life was dedicated to her sweet boy but she always had time for her friends and there needs! We shared so many laughs and sorrows! We were together for births AMD the deaths of our parents! I could not have asked for a better sister than you!

 

Trisha Garlick posted on 12/31/20

I am so sorry that I did not get the chance to meet you in person! Just knowing David and all the nice things I heard about you, I know that you were an amazing person! I’m so sorry to all family and friends of Patty for your loss. Thoughts and prayers to you all!

 

 

Gail Altizer Caster posted on 12/31/20

Happy birthday today, my dear friend.. We were best buddies ("Babes") from the time you said, "Hi, what's your name?" That was, 9th grade, Sep 1958 at the Ocean View VFW where we enrolled in the "Tutoring Group" to attend school as the VA Governor had closed Norfolk city schools because of integration. What a time we had from that day. We did get to do the Spring semester at Northside Jr. High and then off to Granby High School for a memorable 3 more years. You and I spent lots of weekend nights together at each other's homes, laughing and reminiscing over what happened the week before....mostly funny and pure laughable things that happened to us. We made it through the teenage years always together, you and me and our other girlfriends, the "Babes." You married Jimmy and I was honored to be a part of your wedding. I'll never forget you and always love you. I'm so glad you shared the same name as my sister, Charlotte. It is so pretty and has such a special place in my heart, my first born also shares your name, Rest in peace beautiful friend. I will see you again.

 

Jessica Johnson posted on 12/31/20

Megan my heart is heavy for you, Haley and William. May God be with you both as you go through each day. I will continue to pray for you the strength. Please know I will always be here if you if you need me. Xoxo

 

Jessica Shipley posted on 12/31/20

My deepest condolences. She touched so many people in so many ways and will be dearly missed. I'm blessed to have known you Reta❤. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Brandon Sawyer posted on 12/31/20

We are so sorry to hear the news of Louise passing, our sincere condolences to you Reid and all of your extended family. You both were great neighbors. Brandon, Peggy, and Caleb Sawyer

 

Annette Daly posted on 12/31/20

My heart breaks for tour loss. Much love and prayers for the Moody family.

 

Luzsalisha Hernandez-Vazquez posted on 12/31/20

I remember when my daughter was born and you came and saw her. You said “Lucy she is a beautiful baby.” I know you didn’t want to hold her cause you wasn’t strong, but the picture I have with you and Ariel would be the most precious memory to me. I love you titi Julia!!! I will miss you dearly.

 

Katya Veeloz posted on 12/31/20

Hace días cerraste tus ojitos para nunca más abrirlos, hace días que tu corazón dejo de latir hace días que tu sonrisa se apago para todos nosotros. Hoy quiero que sepas que te doy las gracias por el hijo maravilloso que criastes por los buenos sentimientos que tiene, hoy te recuerdo con el más profundo amor y quiero que sepas que jamas te olvidare.

 

Jesus manuel Cruz hijo posted on 12/30/20

Querida madre mia fuistes buena en las Buenos I las malas desde que nos criastes nos distes mucho amor que Dios te bendiga hoy mañana i siempre de tus dos hijos no vemos en la otra Vida siempre te extrañaremos que Dios te bendiga amen

 

Evelyn Moctezuma posted on 12/30/20

Mi más sentido pesame para distinguida familia de la que fue a morar en los brazos del Creador Vuela alto Julia que todos te recordaremos siempre, siempre he dicho que Dios te bendijo al darte dos hijos tan maravillosos que cuidaron de ti hasta el fin.

 

Mary A Hardy and Bill Stroud posted on 12/30/20

Dearest Megan,Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your sweet baby boy,William..

 

Joanne Roach posted on 12/30/20

Thinking of you Megan and your son

 

The Sandersons - Bill, Glenda & Family posted on 12/30/20

It is truly sad to learn of Betty's passing, and she will surely be missed. We knew her through their vacationing at our campground, The French Broad River Campground, and serving as Camp Hosts. We have many fond memories of Jack and Betty greeting campers, walking their dog, and generally being welcoming and loving to all. We find comfort in knowing that Betty is once again with Jack.

 

Vicki posted on 12/30/20

I miss watching you walk down the sidewalk every day just stretching your legs. I’m going to miss you reminding me that it’s grass cutting day. The surprise gifts over the fence of fresh corn, tomatoes and such would always put a smile on my face in my darkest moments. Thank you for being that neighbor who always knew just what to say (and for peeking in on me when you hadn’t seen me for a few days) I’m sure Hersey will enjoy her long walks with you once again. And I promise to give Hunter head rubs every time I see him as I always do. Thank you for being that sunshine next door. You will be missed Pat. Dearly.

 

Lauren Miller posted on 12/30/20

Megan, William, Haley, Zayden and family, our hearts ache and mourn with yours. We are so very sorry hear of Billy’s tragic passing and have been praying constantly for you all. Love and hugs always, please let us know if you need anything xoxoxox the Millers

 

Samantha Moody May posted on 12/30/20

Me and My mom..Gladys Moody both send our condolences to the family.. So shocked and so sorry.. Love you all..

 

 

Danna (Mills) Poynter posted on 12/30/20

It breaks my heart to hear about Kim’s passing. Kim was my very best friend during our early teenage years. I’ve had a flood of wonderful and fun memories come back. Some of my best times were our summer trips to Nags Head with Kim and her family. Kim meant the world to me and I loved going through those special teenage times with her. I hope she is at peace with the angels.

 

Jodie Wood posted on 12/30/20

Megan, our hearts are broken for you, William and the entire family. Please know everyone is in our thoughts and prayers. Sending love your way sweet pea! Love, John, Jodie and Jordyn Wood

 

Melinda posted on 12/30/20

She will be missed by her church family too. I enjoyed volunteering with her for the winter shelter breakfast serving. Always helpful and smiling. My heart aches for Joey and the family.

 

Sue Huse posted on 12/30/20

I am so sorry. She was a wonderful cousin, so smart, and fun, and caring. Our prayers are with you.

 

Raoul and Cynthia Sheridan posted on 12/30/20

Billy will be so very missed by all who knew him. Our hearts and prayers continue to be with Megan and William and Haley. May Gods love surround you all, and may you feel the warmth of His spirit providing comfort as Billy watches over you.

 

Richard and Kayla DeJesus posted on 12/30/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Amy Hoock posted on 12/30/20

Megan my thoughts and prayers are with you daily. I am so very sorry for your loss and will continue to pray for you and William in the days to come.

 

The Straubs posted on 12/30/20

Billy, your legacy will live on in all whose lives you touched - and most certainly in both Megan, Haley and William. Megan, we all love and support you.

 

Aristia Lake posted on 12/30/20

I love you Papa! No more suffering now your in a better place. I’ll miss your wit and calm demeanor. We will miss u! Your loving grand daughter Aristia and your great granddaughters Ry-Aidin and R-Zanee’

 

Eugene Sposato posted on 12/30/20

Joanne and Ernie, I am so sorry for the loss of your father. May he have joy in Heaven with the Builder of all Builders.

 

Chuck & Celeste Walch posted on 12/30/20

Reta was not only a fellow Chief Petty Officer but a great friend. Hearing the loss of Reta was a shocking surprise to me. She always had a smile on her face and was willing to help anyone she came in contact with. Reta will missed by all that knew her. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Joe and the rest of the Moody Family during these tough times. RIP Reta, we have the watch!

 

John & Kathy posted on 12/30/20

Joe and family, it is such sad news of Reta's passing. She was always so happy when we would see her at church. May her soul now rest with our God in his caring and loving arms. Our prayers are for all the family in this very challenging time.

 

Joshua Boserman posted on 12/30/20

I would recall the best peanut butter and jelly sandwiches a kid could ask for while watching labyrinth or Roger rabbit. She truly was a blessing upon my life and now a guardian angel. Goodbye mamaw I will one day see you again.

 

Danny T. Baker posted on 12/30/20

Doris was a hard working lady! She was all about family & friends. She looked after My Parents after All the Baker Boyz , moved off Matt Lane , Oceana Gardens. Dwayne may your mom rest in peace! Love you Man! Danny Baker

 

Eric kauppinen posted on 12/30/20

Best wishes and condolences to everyone in the family. I will always remember all the good times and the fun times.

 

Bob Hunt posted on 12/30/20

With deepest sympathy to Joe, Reta and the family in this tragic loss. Reta was family first and friends close second. Proud to be her friend. Heaven has another angel. You will always be loved. God bless Joe, Jeremy, Anne and the family.

 

Amy Austin posted on 12/30/20

Lifting prayers for Adam and Denise during this difficult time. Losing a parent is horrible! May God be with you all! Always in my heart, thoughts, and prayers! ❤️

 

Connie Cirrincione posted on 12/30/20

Dear Todd and Family, you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Carol accomplished so many things in her lifetime but her greatest was her beautiful children. May your memories of her bring you comfort and peace.

 

Howard Nunley posted on 12/30/20

He was my "Big Brother". Rest in peace,Bob

 

Marc Budd posted on 12/30/20

Mrs. Mik was a wonderful lady! I have to many fond memories to list while growing up with her son Todd in Port Allegany. Mrs. Mik was always kind, welcoming and generous to the neighborhood kids! Thanks for everything Mrs. Mik, I'll miss you.

 

Jamie craddock posted on 12/30/20

Deepest sympathy to Reta’s family and friends. We will miss her riding by on her golf cart at Greys point spreading smiles and joy. She was such a cool person!

 

 

Vicki Curtis posted on 12/30/20

I'm sorry I couldn't visit you as much as I wanted to Fisherman. I miss and love you. Will visit you, Aunt Audrey and Mom as soon ad I can.

 

Ernest Lopez posted on 12/30/20

When Joanne and I were married, Rich walked Joanne down the aisle. It was a beautiful and touching scene. When we finally met at the front of the church, Rich placed her hand in mine, and said with a chuckle: "She's all yours Ernie my boy." In a moment when I was nervous, he broke the ice and made me laugh. I'll always remember that. Rich loved his music and would sometimes remember details of long lost songs that he heard on the radio many years ago. Sometimes he would ask me to find a song for him that he didn't have and I would make it my mission to locate the song and send it to him. He would then sit in his man-cave and play the songs that he loved to hear. Pa, we're going to miss you. May you have peace and joy in Heaven with our Savior and with all those whom you missed.

 

Russellette Savi posted on 12/30/20

Reta and I worked together for close to ten years. We talked monthly either on the phone or through email. She was truly an amazing woman that I came to know and grew to admire over the years. She took such great pride in her work and it showed in the products she created. She started off as client that became a friend I was lucky to have and know. My sincere condolences to the family.

 

Cindy Hayes posted on 12/30/20

Reta was a beautiful person, who was kind to everyone, she would always greet you with her infectious smile. I will miss seeing you at the shop. Many prayers for her family.

 

Julie Harris posted on 12/29/20

Dear Todd and family What a beautiful tribute to your mother. Thinking of you all.

 

Douglas Stewart posted on 12/29/20

Pat was an incredible person She made me part of the family and she was a part of my family. I miss her and know that is has gone to a good place.

 

Georgiann Allen posted on 12/29/20

I’ve been apart of Jalen’s family for years. I remember the day Debbie called me to tell me she was in the hospital ready to deliver. This has really been a shock to me and to all. Please hug and love your child daily. Even when they are older. We are never guaranteed tomorrow. RIP Jalen. You are with our Heavenly Father now.

 

Louise Schaubach posted on 12/29/20

Reta’s lovely smile was contagious, and she always had something nice to say when she came into Vanguard. She was a customer that I always looked forward to seeing, and she was a special lady. Her family is in my prayers and she will be deeply missed.

 

monica gary posted on 12/29/20

Mrs. Rita was a very special to the Vanguard Family there was not a time that I did not hear her say hay sweetie how is your day going when she walk through them doors she will be Miss buy everyone she came across my deepest condolence to the family.

 

Sharell Rutherford posted on 12/29/20

Reta's Vanguard family will miss her deeply. We looked forward to her frequent visits. She was always smiling and very pleasant. Since 2003 we have loved seeing what stylish bag she would have on her shoulder that day! Reta was truly an Angel with a kind heart and loving spirit. We Love you and miss you Reta!!

 

Candy Robertson posted on 12/29/20

Reta and I would talk weekly at her shop. She was so funny and always had time to talk to me. May she rest in peace and her family have solace that she is now with the Lord.

 

Sandy vazquez posted on 12/29/20

Mis condolencias para toda mi familia, por la partida de tía Julia que fue a morar con Dios la extrañaremos siempre .

 

Mary Ellen Larzelere posted on 12/29/20

My deepest sympathy to your family, Joe and to my Aunt Helen & cousins. I am so glad we were together to celebrate her Mom's 90th birthday last year. What a joyful day that was!

 

Leann Patel posted on 12/29/20

I am one of Reta’s many cousins. Our deepest sympathy to Joe and family. This is such a tragic loss. Praying that you will all find comfort in the hope of the Resurrection. Leann and Harshadrai Patel

 

 

Rita L Beckman posted on 12/29/20

My deepest sympathy to Joe and the family. I will miss seeing Reta's smiling face.

 

Charlotte Gerese Ward posted on 12/29/20

My deepest sympathies she was a shining star from the memory of my time in Hampton Roads and fond memories of visiting Moodies and conversing with my sister in the Navy and fellow Chief Reta. Heaven got a new angel. You have my thoughts and prayers. We have the watch.

 

Bridget Gallagher posted on 12/29/20

Reid and family it is with great sadness Tony, myself and family are sending you our deepest sympathy at the passing of Louise, may she Rest in Peace. Reid you were such a devoted and attentive husband. Louise was so blessed and she knew that too. God Bless you at this very sad and difficult time. We will keep you in our prayers. Take care of yourself Reid. Tony, Bridget and family. X

 

 

Shiletha Arnold posted on 12/29/20

Whenever you saw Reta, she always had a smile. She was always ready to lend a hand to those in need. I will never forget what she did for me and my retirement ceremony, and beyond. She will be truly missed.

 

Cundy Carter posted on 12/29/20

Rest easy now shipmate

 

Serena Copley posted on 12/29/20

My condolences to the Moody family on the passing of Reta...may she RIP. Prayers to the Moody family during this most difficult time.

 

Marie Beekley posted on 12/29/20

I wish we could have known each other as adults. Spending on with you in your family in the summers are among my fondest memories. Uncle Harry and Aunt Harriet were kids oriented and so very kind. Rest in peace.

 

Marie Beekley posted on 12/29/20

I wish I could have known you better when we all grew up. Spending summer time with you and your family are some of my most cherished memories. Rest in peace in Heaven.

 

Barbara Waldren posted on 12/29/20

My deepest condolences to the family.

 

Patti Wesling posted on 12/29/20

So sad to learn of Jalen’s passing. I was one of Jalen’s preschool teachers at Green Run Elementary. He was one of my favorite students. Such a sweet little boy. He really touched my heart. My sympathies to the family.

 

Chuck and Kathy Mulkey posted on 12/29/20

Our deepest sympathy to Joe and the entire family. Reta was always so kind, friendly, and welcoming. She greeted everyone with her smile, and we all loved her sense of humor. Heaven gained an angel. Rest peace Reta, you will be missed.

 

Thomas Kelley posted on 12/29/20

Charlotte was one of the sweetest, caring persons I have ever met. She and the Bergen’s took me in at the lowest point in my life. She guided and helped me with some difficult choices. “Maw-maw” will always have a special place in my heart as do all the Bergen’s. God bless your family in this difficult time. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Martha Kastler posted on 12/29/20

My deepest condolences to the Moody family.

 

Lorna McCready posted on 12/29/20

Thinking of you Reid at this difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Sincere sympathy to you and the family circle - from George & Lorna in Donegal.

 

AJ Reyna posted on 12/29/20

My deepest condolences on the loss of Reta to Joe, her family and the entire Mess, she was an amazing lady wIth a heart of gold; she would always greet you with a smile! Every time I needed a custom job done, even after retirement and living way out of state, she still remembered me and helped me out with beautiful projects. My sister Reta, it was a privilege to have known you and will miss you dearly. My prayers go out to Joe and their family during this difficult time...

 

Maggie Beauchamp posted on 12/29/20

My deepest sympathies to the family in the loss of Reta. Although with my living in CA, I did not have the chance to know my cousin as the rest of you have, I have only heard so many great things about her. I am incredibly thankful for her service to our country. May she rest in peace in the arms of our Lord. My heart goes out to my Aunt Helen, cousins, Reta's husband Joe and their children and grandchildren.

 

Maria Connaughton posted on 12/29/20

Still in complete shock that you are gone. Such a sweet soul, always with a smile, a chat and a willing hand to help everyone. You work is proudly displayed on nearly every Ship in Norfolk. You’ve helped me for years with our little golf tournament, and I’ll treasure every conversation we had. My heartfelt condolences to Joey, your Mum and family. The Chiefs Mess lost a great champion. Rest easy Sis

 

Gisele Costello and Family posted on 12/29/20

Words cannot express how sorry I am for your loss. My heart goes out to you all. Sending Lots of Love and Light Healing Energies your way. XOXOXOXO

 

Susan Derleth-Terranova posted on 12/29/20

Words cannot express my sadness at the passing of Reta. She was a sweet, wonderful cousin and will be missed.

 

Telma stephens posted on 12/29/20

My sister has gone to the fleet in heaven. You will be missed and thanks for all you have done and for all you have given us. Your family are in our prayers and thoughts.

 

Pauline Grabowski posted on 12/29/20

Dwayne, so sorry for the loss of your dear mother. She was a hardworking woman who adored her family and friends. May she rest in peace my friend. Prayers to you and your family. Regards, Pauline

 

Kristin Theibault posted on 12/29/20

I will never forget when I finally met Reta in person. She designed a special shadow box for my best friend that passed. She was truly an amazing woman. One I will never forget. RIH sister! We have the watch!

 

 

Dawn Mack posted on 12/29/20

Rest easy

 

 

Tabbie Minzer posted on 12/29/20

Rest easy Sis! You will forever be remembered.

 

Kathryn Kennon posted on 12/29/20

My condolences, so sorry for your lost. She was my sister in arms. I never met her personally but she had to be great.

 

Jess Bentley posted on 12/29/20

I remember the first time I met Reta! She lit up the room with her smile and laugh. RIP sister! We have the watch!

 

Terry Beauchamp Scott posted on 12/29/20

So very sorry for your loss. Hugs and prayers to Aunt Helen and my cousins. God bless all of you.

 

Carol W. posted on 12/29/20

God Bless you Sister!! The watch stands relieved. Many prayers and sincere condolences for the family.

 

Patty Beauchamp Pierce posted on 12/29/20

To Reta's family, I am so so sorry for your loss. Reta is my cousin and I sure enjoyed spending time with her last year at her Moms Birthday party. She was very helpful to my daughter getting the medals and ribbons that were due to him that he never got from the Navy. She was very kind, sweet and funny. I wish I had the chance to spend more time with her...I am very sad. God bless you all during these difficult days.

 

Jeff and Jannette Haskins posted on 12/29/20

Sorry for ur loss..great person

 

Milena Wood posted on 12/29/20

Such an amazing, beautiful and kind soul who will be greatly missed. Her family is in my thoughts.

 

 

Becky Acla posted on 12/29/20

You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Rest In Peace, Reta.

 

 

Carol Lombardo posted on 12/29/20

So very sorry for your loss

 

 

Carol Lombardo posted on 12/29/20

So sorry for your loss.

 

Stanley posted on 12/28/20

Offering our sincere condolences to all within the Rawls family circle, our thoughts and prayers are with Reid at this sad time. We will miss her coming over here to Ireland. Rest in Peace Louise

 

Stephanie Dean posted on 12/28/20

Our family will miss Ms. Charlotte. She was a wonderful neighbor, that always took the time to say hello and talk to us. See will be missed. Sending many prayers to the family.

 

Carla (Condon) Pontious posted on 12/28/20

Rest in Peace Patty...it is hard, when families get separated, finding each other can be nearly impossible. Please know that you and your family are held in my prayers.

 

Carla (Condon) Pontious posted on 12/28/20

My sincere condolences to your family and friends...our family got lost in a shuffle, and we have tried to find each other for years...Rest in Peace, Patty.

 

Clareesa Threatt posted on 12/28/20

My condolences and prayers to family. May you all find Peace during this time.

 

Dennis Coston posted on 12/28/20

My condolences.

 

Dennis Coston posted on 12/28/20

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Marci Boserman posted on 12/28/20

She took me in as her own and raised me with only love and compassion. We had a deep meaningful relationship that goes far beyond grandmother and granddaughter. She was my every single day growing up, my angel, my mother.

 

The Tompkins posted on 12/28/20

If I die, survive me with such sheer force that you waken the furies of the pallid and the cold, from south to south lift your indelible eyes, from sun to sun dream through your singing mouth. I don’t want your laughter or your steps to waver, I don’t want my heritage of joy to die. Don’t call up my person. I am absent. Live in my absence as if in a house. Absence is a house so vast that inside you will pass through its walls and hang pictures on the air Absence is a house so transparent that I, lifeless, will see you, living, and if you suffer, my love, I will die again. — Sonnet XCIV by Pablo Neruda May this very difficult time hold the strength of unity of all that knew, loved, and respected Kelly. Our deepest Sympathy and Love, Tommy, Andrea, and Katrina

 

Teresa Nix posted on 12/28/20

Dave and Patti were my neighbors in South Carolina for a few years. We spent time at each other's houses occasionally, and our dogs became best friends. Patti used to sneak chicken nuggets and hamburgers to my dog through the fence. Their Bassett hound Blue was in love with my beagle Lucy. They all played in my front yard together sometimes. We kept in touch after they moved. Patti was kind and gentle always. I'll never forget her.

 

Bobby Boserman posted on 12/28/20

She was my guardian, advisor and one of my best friends. She always had the time for me and my family. She loved my kids like they were her own. Carter had so much of her heart. We all will miss her but never forget her. Love you, we will all be together again.

 

Michelle (Martin) Rhodes posted on 12/28/20

My sincerest condolences to the family. Aunt Pat was such a big part of my childhood years. She was like a second mom. I have very fond memories of my times with her. ❤️

 

Robin (Goodwin) MacKenzie posted on 12/28/20

I wish we would have found each other after all these years love you RIP Patty Give out hugs to everyone

 

Nancy Boyd Fox posted on 12/28/20

Love & Hugs to the family. So sorry to hear this.

 

Julie Grqy posted on 12/27/20

I’m sorry for your loss. She was a great women and will be greatly missed. Sending condolences to the family.

 

 

Wayne and Shirley Powell posted on 12/27/20

Heartfelt Sympathy for you, Ed, and the rest of your family. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of you for your loss. May the Lord give you peace and comfort. Barbara was very outgoing (when she was able), a kind person and we will miss her dearly.

 

 

Justine White posted on 12/27/20

May the choirs of angels greet you into paradise.

 

 

Justine White posted on 12/27/20

May the choirs of angels greet you as you enter His paradise.

 

ELlis Brown posted on 12/27/20

Kelly was one of the most carefree persons I ever had the pleasure of knowing,I worked for the city also and was always in contact or need of Kelly,s service at the city garage,in needing to get a vehicle serviced or an emergency repair, and Kelly was always willing to help. I also later engaged him in getting power washing done, and as always, never said no. I don’t think he ever met a stranger, he loved almost everyone. and I know he will sorely be missed by his children and friend. God Bless

 

Deborah White posted on 12/26/20

I just recently heard about Noah. I still think of Noah as that cute little six year old at The Hebrew Academy with his sister. He had a big personality and smile. Keeping you and your family in my prayers.

 

Leslie Arnold posted on 12/26/20

My deepest condolences to this family!

 

Diane posted on 12/26/20

Jo & Rachel, I have many wonderful memories of Dick. He was like a “bonus” brother to Mama and an uncle to me.You girls are the best daughters your Dad and Mom could have dreamed of, and I know you rejoice in their reunion. Sending prayers for comfort and peace.

 

Blake Kilcrease posted on 12/26/20

Merry Christmas grandpa miss you every day

 

Robin Twisdale posted on 12/26/20

Susan,i just found out about this. My heart is truly broken. We started as best friends and stayed best friends. Will never forget the times we shared last year reconnecting and laughing as we did when we were younger. I miss you. Soar high my angel. God bless you always. Till we reconnect again,love always Robin

 

Lucye Franklin posted on 12/25/20

My condolences to the family of Sister Nelson. Rest in peace my dear friend.

 

Rich McLaughlin posted on 12/25/20

Rodney and Tammy I am sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. May she Rest In Peace.

 

Eleanor and Paul Nolan posted on 12/25/20

We are sending our deepest condolences for you and your family. We know your faith will keep you strong. Love you!

 

Robert Schmidt posted on 12/24/20

Merry Christmas Angel! I can't believe that time has kept going when I feel like I am still trapped back on the worst day of my life. I miss you so much and i try to distract myself with just about anything I can, but every quiet moment brings me back to you and hole you left in my life. I hope you are happy with how I am trying to take care of our family. I can never replace you, I just hope I can remember the love and let the pain go. Miss you lots, but love you more. 4159

 

Jan and Heather Dobeneck k posted on 12/24/20

So sad to hear this. So many fond memories at Bauer compressors. Lovely man.

 

Clara Chaney & Family posted on 12/24/20

To the family of Elizabeth Nelson, may God comfort and give you peace in your time of loss, during this difficult time and in the days to come.

 

Virginia Vaughan posted on 12/24/20

Jackie, I am so sorry to hear your sad news. Please take care and be safe during the difficult days ahead.

 

 

Pat Morrison posted on 12/24/20

So sad! I've known Barbara since way back when we used to play softball together. Prayers for Ed and all of Barbara's family.

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 12/24/20

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 Richard Emmett Williams, 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 Navy Veteran, Richard Emmett Williams, 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 †

 

Renee’ Spivey Norwood posted on 12/24/20

I’m so very sorry for your great loss. Sr. Nelson was special. Much love and prayers for comfort.

 

Renee’ Spivey Norwood posted on 12/24/20

I am so sorry for your great loss! I am praying for comfort from the Holy Spirit.

 

Jarvis Moore posted on 12/23/20

I have a heavy heart as I send well wishes to the family. May God give us strength in this time of sorrow and may heaven continue to shine it's ever loving light

 

Ricky & Janet Holden posted on 12/23/20

Sending our condolences to Ed and the entire family on Barbara's passing. We cherish the many years we have been neighbors and friends. We know how much she will be missed by all who loved her. God bless you and give you peace.

 

LESLIE RHUE posted on 12/23/20

I try to find the words, Dick , to thank you for everything you did for me as I was growing up at BAUER. The words aren't enough. You taught me strength of will by setting an example to follow; you showed me that empathy was a kind of strength in that people mean more than profits. But mostly you showed me that family was about more than blood. For all these things, I am forever grateful. Love you, Les

 

 

LESLIE RHUE posted on 12/23/20

I will always remember your wisdom and kindness. Love from your third 'daughter'.

 

Preston T Epperson posted on 12/23/20

I knew Barbara well and it was with a great deal of heartfelt sadness that I learned of her passing. I knew she had been sick for some time and when I was a Lebanon last year she told me she was feeling a little better. She was always upbeat and had a smile for everyone. She will be missed by all who knew her, My deepest feelings go out to Ed and her family. Lebanon Church will miss her also.

 

Trelanie Howard posted on 12/23/20

Praying God give you peace, strength and understanding during this difficult time. Sincerely, cousin Gigi & family

 

Ronita Jones posted on 12/23/20

Praying for your peace during your time of sorrow. Love, Cousins Rosalie and Ronita Jones

 

Jennifer Sharp-Warthan posted on 12/22/20

Mr West and family, So sorry to hear about Barbara's passing. I always enjoyed being in her presence. She was always a happy and positive person. May you keep many good memories in the days and years ahead.

 

Dr. Ken Moore posted on 12/22/20

I'm so sorry to hear about Barbara's passing. I was one of her friends and co-workers since she started at VIMS. As a scientist I could always count on her help whenever needed and loved her sharp wit and great smile and of course her wonderful no "nonsense attitude" towards whatever was needed to get the job done. I'll miss her, as will so many of us at VIMS who worked with her throughout her career.

 

Jacqueline Blake posted on 12/22/20

Deepest sympathy to the family of Barbara West. I've know Barbara for numerous years while we both worked for VIMS. She was a nice lady and fun to talk with. She will truly be missed.

 

Nina Brookman posted on 12/22/20

Ed and family we are so sorry for your loss. She will be missed greatly. Ed Norma and Mary send their condolences also. God bless.

 

WILLIAM John SMALL posted on 12/22/20

Kay and Karl, Sending you my sympathy at the passing of your Mother, Betty. Your Mom and Dad were one of the couples from Trinity Lutheran that formed a close friendship for many years when we were young children. I remember your home in Newport News and your Dad grilling and the lovely home you had. Many activities at Trinity with Pastor Sloop. Seems like yesterday but it was soooo many years ago. Your Mom was a true Lutheran woman and dedicated to good works. My sincere condolences. Alita Calender Small

 

Ryan S. Farquer posted on 12/22/20

Hi Steven and Family, I was really sorry to hear about the loss of your dad. I don't know if you remember me, but I went to school with you at Tallwood High School. Your whole family is in my prayers. Ryan Farquer

 

Kendall J Shuffler posted on 12/22/20

Dear Fran, My heart broke when I received Kathy's Christmas letter and read about John's passing. Please know that I send my heartfelt condolences and prayers of comfort and peace. I have such wonderful and fond memories growing up with your family at Ascension. Love to you all! Kendall Jenkins Shuffler

 

Judy Nightengale Fuqua posted on 12/22/20

My thoughts and prayers are with Barbara’s family and all the Vaughan girls. I went to school with Barbara and Bibby and I have always loved all the girls and Jack. Everyone in Williamsburg knew all the Vaughan’s. Barbara will be greatly missed but never forgotten. God Bless and God Speed. Love Judy Belle

 

 

Kathy Meadows posted on 12/22/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you all

 

 

Jenifer posted on 12/22/20

Spending weekends at your house, wearing grandpas “big” white t-shirts to bed, your amazing coloring....and the great breakfast in the morning before church.

 

Virginia N Gnatosky posted on 12/22/20

Rest In Peace my friend, I will miss your sweet smile and words at church. or whenever I would see you. God needed another angel so he picked you as one of the best. So dear friend until I meet you again on that golden shore, I will think of you often so until I see you again give my daughter Denise and her dad a wave and tell them I am coming too.

 

 

Rachel sechrist posted on 12/21/20

Albert was a wonderful,and funny man.he always made me laugh,he will be missed very much

 

Mary Cover posted on 12/21/20

I am so sad to hear of Ms. Marti's passing. I met her a few times at the airport and found her to be so friendly and fun. My prayers to the family!

 

Tammy seymour posted on 12/20/20

Charis - I will miss you , so much . I will miss our cooking dinners together ( monthly ) , listening to our jams , our deep conversations and the many laughs we shared. You were a great friend , with such such a sweet soul. Love you , my friend.

 

 

Janice posted on 12/20/20

It was my pleasure to be your friend and your nurse. Run free.

 

Janet Steven posted on 12/19/20

I very much enjoyed working with Lyndsey at CNU. Her curiosity for so many things made her lots of fun to talk to. She was one in a million and she will be missed.

 

Christina Edwards posted on 12/19/20

For my Aunt Linda, you are greatly missed. Love you and know you are flying with the Angels.

 

Leslie & Edward Dawson posted on 12/19/20

wonderful man. Charles had and awesome sence of humor. we didn't know him long. but feel very blessed to have him as our friend.

 

Ginger Linton posted on 12/19/20

I worked with Scott at Lewis Bear in Oensacola,Fl. He was one of the sweetest and nicest guy I have ever met. He sure will be missed. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. I’m so sorry for the loss. RIP Scotty babe!!

 

 

James and Jean E. Wynn posted on 12/19/20

To Ruth and family, we are deeply saddened by the loss of our friend Jack. He was a wonderful and giving person. We will continue to pray for your. He is in a better place!

 

 

Charlotte and Sammy Liu posted on 12/19/20

We will miss seeing you around town center. We moved to Virginia one week before the COVID shut down. Jason was the first person to give us a friendly welcome. We did frequent Twist and always enjoyed chatting with the chef. Jason enjoyed meeting those for whom he cooked. Our church will say a prayer for Jason.

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 12/18/20

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 Earl Levinson, 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, Earl Levinson , 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 †

 

 

Kevin Davis posted on 12/18/20

Virgil would always stop over my mom and dads house out of the blue. Usually it would be on the weekend when some football game was on. So the game would be playing, and the two old navy buddies would discuss all kinds of subjects and problems, maybe even solve a few of them, and have a beer. Good times!

 

 

Pamela Lewis posted on 12/18/20

I am deeply sorry for your loss, praying for the family healing.

 

Mike and Debbie Anglin posted on 12/18/20

It was a pleasure to care for Virgil. Please give our condolences to Eike. God bless you all.

 

Priscilla Whittier posted on 12/17/20

I met Charles over 30 years ago at Dam neck base when he was just starting his military career. He became friends with me and my husband and this is when he met his first wife Myrna. He had a great relationship with my husband as they shared military stories from their duties stations.Once his daughter Clarice came into his life, we would see him more and more because he was a proud father. My friend will be missed and I’m glad he’s in a better place and at peace.

 

 

Korla B Frye posted on 12/17/20

Candle of Remembrance for Jack Johnson

 

Korla B Frye posted on 12/17/20

My sincerest condolences to the family of Mr. Jack Johnson. May God comfort and keep you in perfect peace during this time. Blessings to you all. Sis. Korla Frye, UMW-Epworth House

 

Brian C Stump posted on 12/17/20

Co worker @Surface Technologies Corp Godspeed my Friend

 

Susan Sumnick posted on 12/17/20

Dee, We are going to miss your smiling face in church. You have been my grand daughter's hero since you told her about having to drink from the colored only drinking fountains at Camp Lejuene. I understand you will be moving to Yorktown. Know your VBCC friends will miss you and Dale, but we wish you the best. Carol, I know this means you are almost out of family members of our generation. Take care and know we would have been at the service had not Covid been a factor

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 12/17/20

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 Jack Johnson, 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, Jack Johnson, 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 †

 

Nicole Jones posted on 12/17/20

I will forever miss you granddaddy. I love you so much. Your dabobbit forever

 

Rick Gotell posted on 12/17/20

To my Dad who throughout the years gave us much laughter and good times I salute you.We will cherish your memory in our hearts forever.Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your journey.

 

 

Shelley Combs posted on 12/17/20

Prayers for comfort for Jane’s family.

 

Ramona Glass posted on 12/17/20

To my friend John, it’s still hard to say goodbye, but I know I have the promise from God that we will all see each other again. I also have that promise that you are in no more pain, and that you are with ur love ones again, and most of all our Lord. Amen. I will always cherish the precious moments that you Ken, and me, and Dorothy had share. Was a lot of fun. Lots of laughter. Thank you for that. Love ur friend forever Mona. Until we meet again in are heavenly home. Love you brother.

 

Vondale Reynolds posted on 12/17/20

"Morning Time" I will miss those words verberating from Stan the Man. No matter what time it was, when he walked into the cigar shop, the whole room would light up when we heard his voice. I will miss his many many stories that defined his life and will miss his strong words of wisdom , but most of all, I will simply miss just sitting down with my brother smoking a cigar over conversation and a strong cup of coffee. REST IN HEAVEN my brother.

 

Christian posted on 12/17/20

I was crushed to hear about Stans passing. A true friend of 10 years, and a legend that will live on forever. A real, humble and kind soul who will be greatly missed. Please let us know if there will be a service or memorial, would love a chance to say goodbye.

 

Kieron Harvard posted on 12/17/20

Sending my condolences to the family May god bless you, may god keep you, and may heaven continue to shine brightly upon your lives!

 

Christian Zamora posted on 12/16/20

You’re such an amazing man and our hero. We love love and miss you very much. May you Rest In Peace. Until we meet again.

 

Cheryl Kuchem posted on 12/16/20

I am so sorry for the family's loss. I've known Jane for such a long time. It is so hard to believe she has passed. Jane was a wonderful person. I have many great memories. RIP Jane

 

Lynn Wilkins posted on 12/16/20

I enjoyed take care of her she made my day sometimes you will be miss

 

 

Janie posted on 12/16/20

A true friend to everyone!

 

Janie posted on 12/16/20

No words can describe how sorry I am for your loss. I will miss him terribly, too.

 

david moyer posted on 12/16/20

My condolences to the Marshall family. Coach Marshall was a teacher, mentor and coach to countless young men and women. He was a fierce competitor, but always an honorable man. He was truly a decent man. It was an honor to coached by him. Dave Moyer, Granby '71

 

Teea Fullen posted on 12/16/20

To the Jones family, you have my most heart felt condolences. I meet Stanley when I started working at Emerson’s Cigars in 2004. He was the coolest man I’ve ever known and had stories that kept me laughing for days. I’ll always remember him saying “Hey Doll” when he came in. He will be missed.

 

 

Debbie Bond posted on 12/16/20

Jesse, So sorry for your families lost.

 

Lessie Abonyo-James posted on 12/16/20

Patricia and I met more than 30 years ago, when she worked briefly with me at the Ugandan Embassy. We have been friends ever since . When you’ve been friends this long, it’s hard to pinpoint one particular incident that would define a true friendship. I can however describe ours as fun, full of laughter, joyful, playful and lots of love. My heart is broken but the memories of our friendship and her infectious smile will stay with me forever. I will miss my beautiful friend dearly. Chris, you are in our thoughts. May the Lord bless you, the Lewis family and the Mumeka family, and give you strength as you deal with your grief. Rest In Peace my beautiful friend. Rest In Peace.

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 12/16/20

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 Jane Fortenberry Scarborough, 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, Jane Fortenberry Scarborough, 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 12/16/20

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 Virgil Fontaine Cochran, 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, Virgil Fontaine Cochran, 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 †

 

Julie posted on 12/16/20

Dear Van Averys, Jen told us about your Thomas, and we mourn with you. Know that we are praying for you all, that you would feel God's presence upholding you and giving you strength, peace, and hope. Love, Julie and Steve Harlow

 

Naja Arsad posted on 12/16/20

So so sorry to hear the passing of Mrs. Ella Wright she was such a sweet lady and loved to laugh. R.I.P. Queen it was a pleasure working as your Nurse.

 

 

Jeremy Zamora posted on 12/16/20

I love and miss you Dad

 

Jeremy Zamora & Keilani Zamora posted on 12/16/20

We love you Dad! This is not good bye... I'll see you later! Kk & Jeremy

 

Jesse and Jennifer Zamora posted on 12/16/20

Wonderful memories with a wonderful dad! Dad, we LOVE ❤️ you and we will miss you very much!!!

 

Jesse and Jennifer Zamora posted on 12/16/20

Wonderful memories with a wonderful father! Dad we L❤️ VE you and we will miss you very much!!

 

 

Jesse and Jennifer Zamora posted on 12/16/20

Many wonderful memories with a wonderful father. Dad, we L❤️VE you and will miss you very much!!!

 

Julie Miller posted on 12/15/20

Patricia was one of my three best girlfriends for more than 20 years. We met in 1998 when she worked for the American Logistics Association and I for a military magazine publisher. At first I was totally intimidated just watching her work a room at a conference—so beautiful, boisterous and obviously loved by all who knew her. At the next conference we became allies, and the rest of our story began. We had SO many good times, though never lived in the same town. When I lived in Northern Virginia, we visited back and forth—me going to Norfolk more than she coming to me, which I preferred. On one of her visits, during Kentucky Derby weekend, she was at my home and we went to a favorite pub to watch the races. I had no idea yet what a sports nut she was…to her core! At the start of our friendship I was going through a divorce. She was my rock as I traversed the new life with my kids. She was tough on me when she felt I was being weak. I needed that. She made me laugh often. I needed that. And she encouraged me when I got back into the dating world—listening to my stories of this guy or that. I recall a lot of eye rolling on her part over some of my choices. She was so intuitive about people. I really needed that too! When she met Chris—who showed up in her life just at the right time—I was so very happy for her. We three—and my sister and kids at separate times—all enjoyed being with them. And Chris—the perfect guy for Patricia—always knew when we needed “girl time” just to hang out, gossip and laugh. Then he’d be there just at the right time to enjoy some outrageously good meal and many laughs with us. Our friendship was one of those rare yet beautiful relationships where we didn’t always stay in touch. We let life build up. Then one of us would reach out and we’d immediately pick up where we left off—sharing updates on our lives, families, work; the joys, the sorrows and the ridiculous. I’ll miss her voice and laughter most of all—and that beautiful, expressive face—and her warm, giving, loving spirit. How I loathe cancer for taking her from us far too soon; and COVID for keeping us apart when we planned for me to visit in the spring. Like her family, closest friends, and dear Chris, my heart is broken. I will treasure our memories and the many photos we took during our visits. Rest in peace, dear girl. Heaven is already a better place because of you, I’m sure. I’ll always love you. Julie XO

 

Leslie A Clarridge posted on 12/15/20

To my beautiful Teal Sister, words cannot express the sorrow I am feeling to know that this world has lost another warrior. I've always admired your brilliance, your humor and your tenacity. We have lost a bright light and a fierce advocate for good. I am so grateful for the laughs and the fun we had coming up with crazy ideas to raise awareness. You were a voice for the voiceless, and a champion for positive change. The footprint you've left in this world will never be forgotten and we will cherish your memory always. All our sympathy and love to your beloved Chris, your family, and all who had the honor of knowing the positive force that was Patricia.

 

Al Speach posted on 12/15/20

I've been looking over old pictures and newspaper clippings of our community league football days in 1962. Also Remembering the party's above your grandparents Trailer park office. All great memories. My sincere condolences to the family.

 

TJ Baskerville posted on 12/15/20

My sincere condolences to the family. John and I were coworkers during his tenure with American Systems. We both shared a love of travel so John was thrilled when I asked him to critique my trip plan to Italy. John was quite the expert since he and his wife had traveled to Italy several times. We both had a big laugh about getting a letter from Italy a year later about some infraction we had made while driving there. Although we lost touch after I retired I will always remember our talks about his family, his kind spirit and his laugh.

 

Deborah K Sinclair posted on 12/15/20

I am just overwhelmed by the news. I met Charis in Newport News before she moved to Norfolk. I know she loved Chandler with everything in her. She was a fighter and may her spirit rest in peace.

 

Gary & Joyce Zwirschitz posted on 12/15/20

Fran and Family We mourn the loss of your loving husband with whom you anchored a loving and caring family. God Bless and Love you all Gary and Joyce

 

Darlene posted on 12/15/20

I am honored to have known Lyndsey. She was such a sweet, refreshing presence on the third floor of Forbes at CNU. I cannot believe she is no longer with us. I pray that she is at peace and no longer suffering. We miss you!!

 

Ginny Harrington posted on 12/15/20

When I think of Patricia, I think of her beautiful smile. She made volunteering with the Alzheimer’s Association such a joy. She will forever be in my heart. Chris, you are in our thoughts.

 

Jimmy Rothgery posted on 12/15/20

Rest in Peace my old friend. You were not one in a million, you were one in a Lifetime

 

Josh posted on 12/15/20

Lyndsey was a such a wonderful presence at CNU. I will miss her smile, her sense of humor, her understanding and insightful thoughts, and her curiosity and creativity. She will be deeply missed.

 

Ashaunti Hundley posted on 12/15/20

I am so lost for words; Ms Blacka, your yo-yo is soo sorry she hasn’t been there. You were/are by far one of the most amazing people I met in my life, and I’m so glad I got to meet you and enjoy time with you before you were called home! Chandler, i’m so sorry, please send me whatever info I need to be in attendance for you and your mom, I appreciate y’all very much for being there for me and sticking up for me. My condolences to the whole blacka family, but especially to you Chandler. RIP Ms Blacka

 

Phyllis Crudup Bryant posted on 12/15/20

I am sorry for your loss. Stephanie was my good friend at DaVita Great Bridge in Chesapeake. We both had dialysis there three times a week. I always sat near her, if possible, so we could talk about everything. She truly loved her son, Elijah, and would talk about him everyday. I will miss her. We loved her, but God loved her best. Rest in peace, Stephanie.

 

 

Mary V Cross posted on 12/15/20

How can I breath now that you have gotten your wings. Charis you were like a big sister to me and I loved everything you did. Now that you are gone I'm glad that we spend the time together and had fun together. Much love to my adopted nephew Chandler your always in my heart much and take care adopted Auntie Mary V. Cross.

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 12/15/20

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 Richard Donald Anderson, 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, Richard Donald Anderson, 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 12/15/20

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 Albert Cole, 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 Veteran, Charles Albert Cole, 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 12/15/20

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 Stanley E. Jones, 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 Veteran, Stanley E. Jones, 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 †

 

Charles Taylor posted on 12/15/20

I have known Jim Pryor over 40 years. He was a excellent bass player. He was a Master Mason and a member of Khedive Shrine Center, He was a member of the Virginia Country Music Assoc. He played bass in the Shrine Hillbilly band. and I had the opportunity to Jam with him on Wednesday nights. He was a very nice person and was well liked. My prayers go out to his family. He will be missed. Charlie Taylor

 

Lindsey posted on 12/15/20

I met Lyndsey first through work at CNU: she was a gem, always cheerful and helpful. But I sensed the snarky sense of humor behind the professional smile and we quickly developed a camraderie bonding over politics, shared humor and of course wine. I miss Lyndsey's incredible energy: her confidence, motivation, talent, ridiculous unflinching humor, and her huge heart. Losing Lyndsey so young is a monumental loss that is beyond defining. I miss her. I am so grateful for the brief time I got with her. Please let me know how I can honor her life and memory.

 

Donna and Gretna Smith posted on 12/15/20

Chandler, Gretna and I are so very sorry for your loss. You are and will be in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Michael and Pam Levinson posted on 12/15/20

You are smiling down on all of us. Our heartfelt condolences to Joann.

 

Rev. Sam Ginyard posted on 12/15/20

My condolences to the entire Ginyard and Serrano family. May the God of peace be your light and strength in this dark hour. Psa.30;5 weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the moring. In everything give thanks for this is the will of God concerning you in Christ Jesus for y'all have more to be thankful for than to be sad about. Love and prayers from the Ginyard family Kansas, Louisiana & Mo.

 

 

Mrs Dominique Farrow and family posted on 12/14/20

We raised our children together!! Our kids were sisters!! Joan, rest in God's loving arms!!

 

 

Margaret Adams & family posted on 12/14/20

Prayers to family at the passing of Roger. We grew up together in Newton Park.

 

 

Margaret Adams & family posted on 12/14/20

Prayers to the family, we grew up together in Newton Park.

 

Emily posted on 12/14/20

I truly enjoyed my time with Lyndsey working together at CNU. My favorite moments were the informal conversations walking out to our cars. She will be deeply missed.

 

Terry and Debbie Rich posted on 12/14/20

Our sincere, heart-felt sympathy goes to you, Dale's family. It was my privilege to work with Dale on board the USS Spiegel Grove, and to get to see him in recent years through the reunion association. Dale Hatcher was not only positive, dependable and reliable, but was one of the most wonderful human beings I have known. We will join him someday in Heaven!

 

Ronnie Yancey posted on 12/14/20

I met Patricia when I became involved with Stop Abuse. What a delightful, caring and dedicated person with a beautiful smile. I will miss working with her. Rest in peace my friend

 

Ron and Leslie Smith posted on 12/14/20

Dearest Fran and family, Our hearts are full of sadness as we mourn John's passing. He leaves a beautiful legacy of love and kindness. Certainly, he made a difference on this earth and he will not be forgotten. Please know that we are available for anything you need. May God bless you with comfort and love.

 

Nicole Guajardo posted on 12/14/20

I am grateful for the time I had getting know Lyndsey when she worked with me at Christopher Newport. She had a kind heart and a contagious laugh. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and her "old posse."

 

Michelle Heath posted on 12/14/20

We were such great friends back in the day. I am glad we were able to reconnect. RIP my dear friend. I know how much you loved Chandler and I know you will watch over him. RIP girl. I love you!! XOXO

 

Mike and Mary Lou Graham posted on 12/14/20

RIP Chief. You were my first CPO when I came aboard the USS SPIEGEL GROVE. You sent me to school and you had an immeasurable influence on me and my career in the Navy. I will ever be indebted. In recent years we rekindled our friendship as members of the Reunion Association. More good times and wonderful memories. My heart goes out to you family during this time. Dale, Chief, I will miss you.

 

Jim Thurston posted on 12/14/20

My Chief from 1970-1972. A great Chief ans a great friend. Fair winds Chief. To Chief's family, I'm so sad for your loss.

 

Connie Allison posted on 12/14/20

So sorry to hear about Stanley’s passing such a pleasant man. I was the property manager at harbor inn apartments

 

 

Nana Margie posted on 12/14/20

Love you

 

Wimsron posted on 12/14/20

My condolences to the Family. I have known Stanley for a number years from the cigar Shop. He always greeted me with a smile and would Say "It's Morning time" he always had positive smile and a Cigar. You will be missed my friend. SLEEP IN Peace

 

Trey posted on 12/14/20

I've known Stanley for about 9 years. He always came to the shop (Emerson Cigars) and was always positive, always smiling. Everyday was Friday and it was always morning' time! I'll miss seeing you Mr. Jones. may it forever be morning time.

 

Trevor Rogers posted on 12/14/20

Contact the Veterans Administration at https://www.va.gov/landing2_contact.htm They will be able to assist with arrangements

 

Janet Thompson posted on 12/14/20

Fran I’m so sorry about John’s passing. I know how in love you were and how much John contributed to the community. You’re in my thoughts.

 

Kay posted on 12/14/20

Dale and Dee came to Texas as often as they could to visit his mother and other family members . I always enjoyed hearing his funny stories he had to tell. I always will remember his soft slow H a l l o (for hello) when I would call him by phone. I was adopted into this family of his Texas relative. Such a blessing to know and love this family. I'll miss seeing him and Dee in Texas !

 

Donna Jordan posted on 12/14/20

We met through my sister and his brother. We shared a lot of memories, friends and laughs growing up. My thoughts and prayers are with Bo’s family & friends.

 

 

Cheryl Dause posted on 12/13/20

I would like to light a candle for my loving husband of 10 years. He was taken to heaven on 15 May 2020. Michael Ethan Johnson I love you always and forever. Your loving wife Cheryl

 

Lori Sherwood posted on 12/13/20

Charis, who's gonna call me "Uggs" now?! I have so many memories with you, from childhood to adulthood, all to be cherished. I truly love you and will miss you. I'm hoping you find peace. Chandler, you know you were your mothers heart and life-saver!

 

Margarita Montgomery posted on 12/13/20

R.I.P. Charis Blacka I miss you soo much, we had many ups and downs but we never lost our love for each other. Chandler will be just fine, Nana Margie has his back. I love you

 

Juanita Demastus posted on 12/13/20

Mt. Trashmore is how I got to know Smitty. I definitely saw him in action when he had a grill off with one of his best friends Rece house. I have to say his ribs were awesome. The love he had for his pit bull was enormous....along with tricks he taught him. Smitty always was personable to those he met at the park and co-workers. He definitely will be missed. Prayers and condolences to the family

 

Patricia Sherwood posted on 12/13/20

Chandler, I was a nextdoor neighbor of your mom's when she was born. I am Lori'mom. Although we lost touch with sweet Charis not one day did i not think of her and wished i could talk to her. Her smile could melt snow. She is pain free and I know in the arms of her Maker. I remember Lori climbing fence to go over to Mrs Moore's and poor Charis never could climb that stupid fence to come over our house. We would have to go and help her over. She was so funny. We use to laugh so much about things all in love, Pat Patterson Sherwood

 

Terry & Perry Deglandon posted on 12/13/20

De, we have missed you and Dale over the last year in church. Always enjoyed your smiles, warmth and that strong hand shake from Dale. Our prayers are with you and your family.

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 12/13/20

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 Dale Royce Hatcher, 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, Dale Royce Hatcher, 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 †

 

Angie Lattimore posted on 12/13/20

Our condolences to the entire family for your loss. Dale was such a great dad, husband, neighbor. He would give you the coat off of his back and was sooo helpful to my mom through the years. May he rest in peaceful eternity with his son and other family members who pre-deceased him. Prayers that you relish in all of the beautiful memories made with him.

 

 

Kasarah Foster posted on 12/13/20

Mom, I love you so much, I will always remember everything you have said and taught me.. even though your no longer physically here I know that you will continue to watch over all of us in heaven, until we’re together again.. I love you, Rest in Heaven Mom

 

Robert & Lita Bryant posted on 12/12/20

Kasarah I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our prayers. Love you

 

Natalie Senn posted on 12/12/20

I love you my sweet and beautiful Aunt Ella Mae. As a child, I so loved coming to visit you in VA. It was fun and exciting to be in your presence. You and Uncle William always made us welcome even when we lived with you. You will be missed my love. Forever your Tane, I am!

 

Zachery Morter posted on 12/12/20

Prayers sent to his family and friends

 

 

Angela Riddick posted on 12/12/20

Chandler, I just want you to cherish the memories of your Mom and know that she was a beautiful person. When I first joined the team that she was on at PRA, she always made sure that I understood my job, wanted to share her food, made me laugh, but most of all she talked about the most important person in her life and that was you. Your mother loved you to the moon and back and I loved her as well.

 

AUREL & Pat MENARD & Family posted on 12/12/20

Dear Fran and family, It is with much love and respect that we Menards send this message of condolence to you all. We were blessed to have John as a friend, one of our Little Neck area neighbors and a great positive influence to our sons, Jim & Joe during their growing years in BSA Scout Troop 481. He was a true living example of what young people should strive to be in life. Thank you for sharing him with us.

 

Debbie Stollery posted on 12/12/20

Dearest Fran, I am saddened to hear of John's passing into eternal life but at the same time, assured by our shared faith that he rests now, alive and whole, in the company of our gracious Lord. May these assurances of faith bring you and your family comfort, and may your memories warm your aching hearts. In sorrow and joy, Debbie

 

Kimberly Voight posted on 12/12/20

So sorry to hear of your loss. Dale was a wonderful person, I know he will be sorely missed. Blessings and prayers to the family.

 

Pat Martin posted on 12/12/20

I met Dale many years ago. He worked on non-skid projects for the Navy with my husband Michael. Dale was one of the nicest men I was fortunate to meet. I never saw him without a smile on his face and a kind word to say. Well, he and Michael are together now in heaven talking about the wonderful old times they had together. My sincere condolences to Dee and family. Love, Pat

 

Cynthia Harty, PN1(SW), USN Ret. posted on 12/12/20

Dale was my Master Chief! His amazing ability to supervise me by allowing me to lead was amazing. He contributed his wisdom when I most needed it in my life. He was my leader, my hero, and my friend. I will remember him always. ⚓️

 

Thomas Blei posted on 12/12/20

Dale hired me in 1992 and l started my 25 year career with Surface Technologies. He was an awesome Boss and will truly be missed.

 

Carrie Wicke Bruno posted on 12/12/20

Missing you and wishing I could tell you how much I love you... save a place for me, I’ll be there soon. Love you, always!

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 12/12/20

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 E. Smith, 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 Navy Veteran, Charles E. Smith, 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 †

 

SUÉ Jessee posted on 12/12/20

I was so proud to be their next door neighbor. He loved my daughters unconditionally and they loved him. He was a great man!

 

Forest and Brian posted on 12/12/20

We were neighbors but didnt talk much .But we would like to wish deepest condolences. He will be missed in the neighborhood.

 

Karen F Ashley posted on 12/12/20

I was fortunate enough to be considered an extended member of the Hatcher family and to be loved my this man who I call Dad Hatcher. Thank you for sharing your love with me. You will truly be missed

 

Andrea DeMarco posted on 12/12/20

What an honor to have known Dale and his beautiful family even if for a short time. Just knowing him for these last few weeks was the highlight of my nursing career. He had a heart of gold and was truly a good and honorable man of God. I look forward to seeing him again one day in heaven. They don’t make men like you any more Dale! (I’ve looked!) Enjoy your reward in heaven from a life well lived! You are free❤️

 

Lily Schaefer posted on 12/11/20

Charles was a loving and very funny man. He would help anyone and gave the best bear hugs! I will miss him. Rest in peace Charles. I know you will always be around for those you loved!

 

Cindy Yocum posted on 12/11/20

Charles was a great man He will be greatly missed

 

Cindy Yocum posted on 12/11/20

Wonderful man Always willing to help others he will be greatly missed

 

Cindy Yocum posted on 12/11/20

He always had a smile On his face. Always willing to help others. So sorry he left this earth way too soon

 

Wallace E Jarvis posted on 12/11/20

My deepest sympathies goes out to the family,I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Fred Warren posted on 12/11/20

Carl & Kathleen were our neighbors for many years. Carl was a friendly outgoing person and always shared his yard skills with us. I will miss Carl and his friendly smile. My cat Spookie will miss Carl too. A privilege to know you Carl ..... Fred Warren

 

Richard and Rosalyn DiLeonardo posted on 12/11/20

We were so surprised to hear of John's passing. He was always smiling and interested in all those around him. Rest in peace John

 

Elizabeth Moll posted on 12/11/20

The Tribute video was beautiful. I will miss Gordon at our family gatherings.

 

John Chernesky posted on 12/11/20

Coach Marshall was such a positive influence for all of us who knew him. His energy was contagious, both in the classroom and on the court. Having him as my Geography teacher and hearing him pronounce Barbados always cracked me up. A great man. RIP.

 

patrick purcell posted on 12/11/20

A larger than life character. Many fond memories on and off the soccer field growing up in Niwot together. Playing baseball in your backyard. Going to the mountains. Four wheeling. One of my oldest friendships. Rest easy old friend. You will be missed.

 

Don Greene posted on 12/10/20

Punchy was a good customer of mine, Don Greene's Garage. He always had a smiling face. He knew some of the couches that I knew at Great Bridge HI. I also knew him when he ran with the Tidewater Striders in the 80s. I will miss him a lot. Don Greene.

 

Lee Martinsen posted on 12/10/20

I was shocked and saddened to hear of Will's passing. I can't imagine what you must be feeling. I send my deepest sympathy to you, Will's family, and friends. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

LaCretia Marshall posted on 12/10/20

Rest in Heaven Aunt Ella Mae! Your memory will forever be cherished. Your ability to make others smile and laugh was a gift from God! We love you!

 

Kathy Ahearn posted on 12/10/20

Fran, my heart goes out to you and your family with the passing of John from this life. May you be comforted by God's love and grace and knowing that John is with his Savior.

 

L Hartman posted on 12/10/20

Jim loved to play the bass with the Khedive Hillbillies. He will be missed. Roger and Linda Hartman

 

Freddie Creef posted on 12/10/20

So sorry for your loss. Your father took me fresh water fishing for the first time. He served lunch that day,peanut butter and dill pickle sandwiches

 

Ellen Barta posted on 12/10/20

John was a Christian and we think of him as a lifesaver. Years ago while vacationing at a water park our Lorin lost her footing in the wave pool. A man grabbed her lifting her to safety-i was amazed to see it was our church friend John, doing God's work. John touched many lives, and especially ours that long ago day.

 

 

Carolyn Glover posted on 12/10/20

Praying for the family

 

 

Shirley Stephenson posted on 12/10/20

Aunt Ella Mae was a Beacon Of Light during her life here on earth!! She was a Jewel. I am going to miss her and her ability to make your day when she was in your presence. Much Love and Rest In Paradise!! ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️

 

Kisha Shelton posted on 12/10/20

Sending my sincerest condolences to all my family. Rest in piece my strong beautiful grandma. You and my dad are back together again. Sending my love to you both forever and always.

 

Tom and Brenda posted on 12/9/20

So sorry to hear of Mr. Dodson's passing. Growing up with Joey, Debbie, and Kelvey will always hold such wonderful memories, and your home and parents were always so inviting, warm, and friendly. My condolences to you Mrs. Dodson, and all of the family for this loss of a great person, and family man. With love, Tom and Brenda

 

 

Teresa LR Phillips posted on 12/9/20

You will be missed.....

 

Kelly Wing, AMERICAN SYSTEMS posted on 12/9/20

Mrs. Woodward & family, Please accept my sincerest condolences at this very difficult time. John was a wonderful coworker and mentor to many. I will always remember his wit, his smile and his love of his family.

 

Kelly Wing, AMERICAN SYSTEMS posted on 12/9/20

Mrs. Woodward and family, Please accept my deepest condolences during this very difficult time. John was a truly wonderful coworker and a mentor to many. I will always remember his smile and kind nature...and his laugh.

 

 

Linda Olcese Drewry posted on 12/9/20

I was so sorry to hear about Garlon. She was a lifelong friend who lived beside my family and I on Windward rd in Norview in the 50’s. We dearly loved her and her family. We have thought of her often. Our hearts are broken. She was a lovely person .

 

Karen Link posted on 12/9/20

Brian was my next door neighbor..., I always appreciated his hard work and diligence in keeping his yard looking well manicured and cars so clean. He was always in his very organized garage working away on his cars. And he worked hard on training his beautiful GSH Pointer. Though he was fairly private, he had a lot of friends that would visit often and had good times. I often thought of my younger days and fun with friends back in the day. He will be missed. I am so very sorry for your loss. ❤ Karen Link

 

Mary Helen Adamson posted on 12/9/20

What a lovely tribute to a beautiful woman, mother and wife. I’m so sorry for your family’s loss, and I’m grateful for the times I was able to spend with Esther over the years. May she Rest In Peace and all who loved her find peace in her passing.

 

Carol Lare posted on 12/9/20

Thank you for loving Gigi, as she loved you back so deeply. You made her so happy over the last few years. Our prayers go out to Gigi and to your family.

 

 

Nelson Pontillo posted on 12/9/20

John was a dear friend who offered me support during my difficult times. I always enjoyed talking with John not only about work situations but also about life situations. He was a great husband and father and so enjoyed his grandchildren. He was truly one of a kind and will missed.

 

 

mark d hodgin posted on 12/9/20

will miss you

 

Steve Easley posted on 12/9/20

Served with Tim aboard USS California. He was a great shipmate.

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 12/9/20

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 Robert P. Jensen, 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, Robert P. Jensen, 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 †

 

Robert posted on 12/9/20

8 Months - 244 days and I still feel you close by, but I am missing you more in the quiet moments. I try to stay busy, but those don't last very long. I want to hear your voice, but if I listen to a recording it tears me apart. I can't imagine this for the next 20 years. Love you more, Me 4174.

 

M. posted on 12/9/20

Yessenia & Tayra, I am so very sorry for your loss. I pray your memories will always be a comfort to you.

 

Hannah Mason posted on 12/9/20

Dear Mrs. Moore, When I heard about Brian’s passing, tears immediately came to my eyes. Although Brian and I did not keep in touch after high school, he has always remained a friend and special part of my life. He was such a good friend to me and always knew how to make me smile and laugh. Our friendship grew closest during our senior year of high school and I had the honor of going to prom with Brian. I still have the picture inside the frame that you gave to me and will cherish it forever. Brian and I would ride around for hours after school discussing similar struggles in life, hopes, and dreams. He especially spoke about how much he loved his Mom or as he would say “Beth.” Most boys in high school don’t talk about their mother but Brian was so proud to be your son and would speak highly of you on a daily basis. I am so grateful for the memories and friendship that Brian and I shared. Mrs. Moore, my thoughts and prayers have been constant ever since I have heard the unfortunate news. Please know that I will not stop praying for your strength and peace. With love, Hannah Mason

 

Biff Warren posted on 12/9/20

I was so sorry to hear the sad news about Will. May you take comfort in your memories.

 

Jackie Moseley posted on 12/9/20

So sorry to hear of Esthers passing. She was a wonderful woman!

 

John C Curtis posted on 12/9/20

I just learned of the passing of my Kenny. It makes me so sad. i thought about him many times since COVID started, praying that he would be safe and well. He and i agreed so much on worldly matters. So many stories about his family and his past. I will truly miss him. Just will never be the same going to any barbershop. God Bless you Kenny. Thankful I knew you my friend.

 

Thom Mayer posted on 12/8/20

you were lots of fun to be with!

 

Helen Ripley and Family posted on 12/8/20

With heartfelt sympathy, My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Trust GOD to give you peace and strength during the days ahead. May GOD bless the family,

 

 

Tom Shackleford posted on 12/8/20

Such a great man & a sad loss. Lots of great memories with him on the golf course. RIP Pops.

 

Henrietta Aka Joycelyn Morin Christina Aka Punce Margaret and Auntie Dora posted on 12/8/20

Cuz RIP you will always be in our thoughts am so glad We had the chance of seeing you in Carriacou just over 6 months ago Another sad occasion but time dose not belongs to us my condolences goes out to the family to many to mention by name

 

 

Diane Barnes posted on 12/8/20

She was such a sweet woman and I’m so glad I was lucky enough to know her.

 

 

A. Marine posted on 12/8/20

Semper Fi Marine, Rip.

 

Harriet Sadler posted on 12/8/20

I'm at a loss for words, this is really hard to hear. She was such a sweet lady, always gave me a great deal on carpets! Will miss your sweet personality and your thoughtfulness❤ Rest in peace

 

Dick Helm posted on 12/8/20

My deepest sympathy to all of Gordy's family, friends, Comrades and fellow Cooties. He will be missed, but not forgotten.

 

Mary Caddigan posted on 12/8/20

My dear Dolores,how instrumental you and John are in my knowledge of the Lord and my walk with Him. He is with my dear Jack now and all the saints in heaven.Know I love you,

 

Ted and Debbie Benham & Family posted on 12/8/20

Dear Fran and Family, Our hearts are filled with sadness upon learning of the passing of your dear John. What a wonderful man that made a faith-filled difference in so many lives. You are both the epitome of the Lord's angels on earth. Thank you for the many inspiring faith-filled gifts that you and John shared with others in our church community over many years. Heartfelt sympathy to you and your family.

 

June Austin posted on 12/8/20

So sad to hear Esther has died. We were good friends and I know she was a strong faithful Christian. You, her children, know that she was a very sweet dear human deep down to her very core. You were blessed to have her as your Mother. God bless you each. June Austin A Granby friend of hers and Dottie

 

June Austin posted on 12/8/20

Oh my gosh

 

The Kindred Family posted on 12/8/20

Sending our deep sympathy to your family during this sad time. May Almighty God give the strength needed with each new day. Taalibah is sadly missed.

 

The Lucas Family posted on 12/8/20

Please accept our heartfelt condolences for the loss of Cameron. May the love of God and friends help give some comfort to your family in the days ahead.

 

Sarah Mills posted on 12/8/20

Rest In Peace

 

Michael Heckstall posted on 12/8/20

My condolences to Joes family. Joe was my boss in the early nineties, during the time I was in Quality Assurance at NNS. Joe was good man, and a great Boss .

 

Anthony & Sharron D'Angelo posted on 12/8/20

Dear Fran and family, We remember John's generous service to our church and your own devoted service for many years. We can't thank you enough for those gifts. It was a great honor to work with you and Carol Bukovik and Gail Kuhneman for several years as we taught religious education to the young people. After reading John's obituary I am sorry Tony did not get to know him very well. They would have had a lot to talk about concerning the United States Navy. You were an angel to take care of John during his last years with a horrible illness. Thinking of you with love and praying for your family, that God will send His Holy Spirit to comfort you.

 

Beth Wetherbee and Marty Smith posted on 12/8/20

John was such a wonderful and faithful servant of God and of Grace Covenant. We are so sorry for your loss and give thanks that we were blessed to know you both.

 

 

Tabatha posted on 12/8/20

So sorry to hear about Uncle Lloyds passing. I am glad he was able to stay home.

 

 

Carmen Taylor posted on 12/7/20

Rest in peace.

 

Willie & Bettie White posted on 12/7/20

Willie & Bettie we will truly miss John he was an encouragement to so many people’s he was no stranger when meet him it’s like you have know him forever he loved our Sunday school class he spoke very strong about our Lord Jesus Christ he was a pray warrior our family love John our son victor, Chris our daughter Angie was his Buddy he set with her through all her cancer treatment did not miss a day my husband Willie and John was true friends their is so much to say but cannot write it all in we miss him our prayers are with Dolores and the families R.I.P

 

Carman Smith posted on 12/7/20

Many prayers and much love to all. Mr. Dodson was very sweet and I know he will be missed by all who knew and loved him.

 

Angie White posted on 12/7/20

Mr. John an amazing man and a friend. When I went through my Breast Cancer as soon as started my Chemo. John was there everyday. He would change his schedule to sit with me through my cancer. John would get there before me and my parents and he would be talking to someone while he waits for us. I can remember you can only have one family member back there and John would come and sit with my dad while I get ready to do my chemo. Mom would be back with me and when it dad time to sit with me. John would tell the receptionist to buzz my dad in. John took over the waiting room. My nurse loved John they went back and forward with the sarcasm. John would sit with me and if I feel asleep because of the medicine when I woke up John was sitting talking to someone else. John would come to Wal-mart when I worked there and one day he came to the backroom looking for me. The new store manager called me to office and wanted to know who was white man in the back room. I told her that is Mr John. Mr Wal-mart she said he cannot come back here. I found John in the break room and told him he could not come back here he said I was just looking for you. John I love toy I miss you. Dolores I am here for you anything you need. Dolores and family I am praying for you. What a special man.

 

shylisle wescott posted on 12/7/20

My deepest condolences to the Family. Stephanie , beautiful and always loving person. We Thank God for the time we had. Thank you for taking care our mom. She will be truly missed. Love the Wescott Family ❤

 

David Ouellette posted on 12/7/20

Dear Fran and family, We are so sorry to hear of John’s passing. We will always remember him as a warm and welcoming presence when we came to Ascension 30 years ago. You are certainly in our prayers. Dave and Eileen Ouellette

 

Pollie and John posted on 12/7/20

So sorry for your loss Debbie!

 

Stella posted on 12/7/20

Lived right around the corner from the Dodsons and Debbie is a great friend! Had many fun times at her house and Mr. Dodson was always teasing and making us laugh ❤️ Joey too! Kelvey was always the cutest little brother! And Mrs. Dodson is one of the sweetest people I know. I know he will be greatly missed.

 

 

Betty Santti Amory posted on 12/7/20

Fran, I am so sorry for your sadness in losing John .

 

 

Betty Santti Amory posted on 12/7/20

i remember John from our 1962 Princess Anne High School Class, a remarkably bright Student who went on in life to achieve many achievements and our wonderful 50th Class Reunion where he and Fran joined all of us for many wonderful memories. Fran, may you and your family find peace and reassurance in the many days to come as you deal with this great loss.

 

Carol Etheridge White posted on 12/7/20

Fran, I was so sad to see the announcement of the loss of John. Tom and I send our sincerest condolences to you and your family.

 

 

Ashleigh Jette posted on 12/7/20

He will always be my favorite person!! He was so talented, and such a caring person! Until we meet again granddaddy! I promise to look out for meemaw for you!

 

Bill Dannemann posted on 12/7/20

Will not forget playing for Punchy (Granby baseball ‘61) and especially with him on the golf course (2011). He was a joy to be around

 

Ronald Saunders posted on 12/7/20

Thoughts and prayers to Fran and family. It was my good fortune to have had John for a Teke brother. Enjoyed the brief meetings in recent times though way to few and short. He will be missed by many. Ron & Cecile

 

Jack & Nancy Gladden posted on 12/7/20

I met John in the early 70’s while we worked together at the Naval Sea Combat Systems Engineering Station. John is simply one of the finest people I have ever known. We developed a great working relationship and lasting personal friendship, and we both enjoyed travel to Navy Ships and other commands, including working together on a submarine project in Hawaii. John rose in our command to become Technical Director, the senior civilian. Yet he remained the same friendly, down to earth person he had always been. I have lost a dear friend, as have those who were fortunate enough to know him. I am satisfied that he has been warmly welcomed into Heaven. Nancy and I will miss him greatly, and our hearts go out to Fran, Brantley, Steven and their family. Jack I have never known a more devoted couple - in good times and bad. I know John has gone to Heaven and Fran has the love and support from her boys, and from friends and family alike. Much love comes your way. Nancy

 

Cindy O’Connor posted on 12/7/20

Fran, sending special prayers to you and your family for strength, love and peace. Amen.

 

Keith and Dottie Benson posted on 12/7/20

Words can not express the sadness we both felt learning of John’s passing. He lived a very full life as expressed in his beautiful obituary. We were blessed to have known your family through the years and were also blessed to have your family as neighbors. Our thoughts and prayers go with all of the family at this time of great loss. May God fill you with a peace only he can provide.

 

Charles J Blackman, posted on 12/7/20

Linda, so sorry for your loss. He was a gifted carpenter. Your neighbors.

 

Darryl Girtz posted on 12/7/20

I met John when he called me and asked if he could meet with me to discuss future employment as I was retiring from the Navy. Someone had apparently referred me to him and so I agreed to meet. It was a productive meeting over lunch and I found the offer he made very interesting and accepted it. I worked with him for over six years and he was always considerate of the issues I had caring for a spouse wife a chronic illness. Professionally he was great to work for and with and I learned much. My sincere condolences to the entire Woodward family. He was a fine man and I know he will be missed.

 

Rebecca Debnam posted on 12/7/20

So very sorry to read of John's passing. You will be in my thoughts, Fran, as you go through the coming days. Becky

 

Diana Medina posted on 12/7/20

I have many memories of Uncle John and Aund Dolores. They have been part of my life since the day I was born. He and my dad attended Boys Camp together ❤ and they were/are my Godparents. Growing up made, they were really my 2nd parents and I made sure my children had memories with him/them just as I did. My dad predeceased Uncle John 8 years ago and I know for certain they are together again, along with my mom having the time of their lives Uncle John was so many things...Humble, funny, happy, full of love for all, filled with the Holy Spirit and he lived his life in a Christ-like manner. I know his work will continue beyond the realms of earth and we will forever feel his spiritual presence around us. I am blessed to have been part of his family. Fyou will be forever in our hearts Uncle John❤

 

Martin Milligan posted on 12/7/20

I have known Carol for many years, she is truly a great person and one of a kind. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her. My heartfelt condolences to the entire family and all those who were fortunate enough to have been her friends.

 

Dana Marie posted on 12/7/20

Mommy I miss you like crazy... Think of you daily... "Let me find out!" I love you more! I hope you are dancing high in the sky with the angels... Rest easy my angel!

 

Joyce Huskey posted on 12/7/20

I only knew Ms Tee for a short period but her sweet gentle demeanor will always be a memory etched on my heart. RIH. Take your wings and soar high! You earned them.

 

Michelle & Paul Ekoniak posted on 12/7/20

Paul and I send our sincerest condolences to you and your family. We loved John as a brother in Christ and as an Army brother in arms. We enjoyed going to church with John and listening to him sing in the choir. We enjoyed his company and friendship. We are praying for you Dolores, for your children and grandchildren. Hope that one of my grandmother’s favorite verses can provide some comfort, “Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints,” Psalm 116:15.

 

Shelly Mueller posted on 12/7/20

May John’s memory always be a blessing! He was a kind, funny, Jesus loving man and I enjoyed our chats after church & the many times I saw him when at WalMart! I’m thankful for his friendship and humor and that he always shared the light of Jesus. Love and prayers for Delores and the Henseler family.

 

Nathaniel Fulford posted on 12/6/20

I wish I could turn back time, and continue with you in my life. I think about both you and dad a lot, so much so I'd rather live in the past.

 

Alexander Ruiz posted on 12/6/20

I never met you but you are my cousin, family. I will meet you someday. Condolences to my uncle Luis and Aunt Marion. God bless.

 

Hally posted on 12/6/20

I still remember the sweet boy I went to HAT with. Noah was kind. When life chucked pain and struggle at him he still remained generous and genuine. He always had a kind smile for anyone that needed it and a bear hug that made you believe "safety" could in fact come in the form of another human being. I believe fully that the most misunderstood people are often the ones worthy of the most love. Noah deserved so much better. He is and will always be worth more than the life he lived but he lived it fully and loved well. Noah, You were always my favorite.

 

 

Karla M Bowers posted on 12/6/20

Always my favorite Titi (Auntie), you leave me with wonderful memories that will be cherished forever. Rest easy Titi Hilda ~ tu sobrina pecosita

 

 

Karla M Bowers posted on 12/6/20

Always my favorite Titi (Auntie) from a young age. Leaving me with many wonderful memories. Rest easy Titi Hilda ~ tu sobrina pecosita como tu!

 

Michele Wean posted on 12/6/20

Dear Kelly and Family, I am so sorry to hear of Thomas’ passing. My heart grieves with you during this time and my prayers are with you. My daughter Logan loved Thomas as a friend and her heart has been shaken by his passing. She carries with her some sweet memories of their 12th grade year together and times at The U youth group she had with him. I have heard him play the piano a few times also and he was definitely musically gifted. Now he will be playing with the angels!! My prayer is that the Lord / the Holy Spirit would be your comfort and solace during this very difficult time, more than anyone. He knows just what we need to hear and what our heart needs. I also pray that your friends and family will be there for you, a shoulder to cry on, a listening ear, a safe place to vent. With Love and Deep Sympathies, Michele Wean

 

Mary Jane Shumaker Farmer posted on 12/6/20

I am heartbroken, just learning of Diane's passing. We were friends growing up in church, going to junior high, high school, and college together. My sincere condolences to her husband, children, grandchilden, and friends.

 

CWO-4 John F Loonam USN Ret posted on 12/6/20

Enjoyed Joe as a shipmate at NWS Yorktown. Fair winds and following seas Shipmate.

 

Louisa Gies posted on 12/6/20

Punchy was an amazing man, husband, father, grand and great grandfather, and he will be dearly missed. I will never forget how he always had cleaver one line statements that always made me smile. I am glad that he is with our Lord and his beautiful Nini. Love and hugs to you all.

 

Richard Stanislaus posted on 12/6/20

My dear uncle rest in peace love you sleep well.

 

CDR Michael S. Dwan posted on 12/6/20

The officers, chiefs, and sailors of the U.S. Aegis Ashore Missile Defense System Romania extend our heartfelt sympathies. Serena, an amazing woman who followed her husband in his chosen profession to defend our Nation. It takes a special strong person to be a military spouse. May her support be forever felt by those she loved. In loving memory.

 

Belinda Matayosian posted on 12/6/20

I will miss you forever my dearest niece . I was so blessed to have known you for 21 years. Forever in my heart sweet angel

 

Belinda Matayosian posted on 12/6/20

I will miss you forever my beautiful Angel . I was so blessed to have known you for 21 years . Always yours Aunt Belinda

 

Glynda Johnson posted on 12/6/20

When your light still shines in the eyes and smiles of your children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, you have lived a good life. Your father lived a VERY good life!

 

 

Brenda Berthier posted on 12/6/20

RIEP Uncle Bibin - you look so much like my father Festus Stanislaus and I remember crying with laughter when you, Uncle Multin, Aunty Toya, my mother Dorothy used to get together - Good times - God Bless Brenda Berthier nee Stanislaus

 

Betty Radwan posted on 12/6/20

He was a true gentleman, a wonderful boss and co-worker, and a friend. He will be missed. I will miss our visits at Pop's also.

 

Michelle Olson posted on 12/6/20

Dearest Pastor Joe, we are so sorry for the passing of your father. He sounds like an amazing person who lived and loved life well. God bless you!

 

Rebecca Ashman Stanislaus posted on 12/6/20

Love always uncle bibin gone to join my dad & all who have gone before you what an awesome reunion that'll be love Rebecca Haley Kevin & Anthony

 

Rebecca Ashman Stanislaus posted on 12/6/20

My last beautiful uncle gone to be with my dad & other uncles & aunts what an awesome reunion that'll be ..love always Rebecca Haley Kevin & Anthony &

 

 

Karleen Fleary posted on 12/6/20

Rest in eternal peace Uncle Bebin. Gone but not forgotten.

 

 

Dwayne Joseph posted on 12/6/20

Love you gramps

 

Haley posted on 12/6/20

RIP uncle Bibin ❤️

 

Andrew Clouden posted on 12/5/20

Love you Uncle B. May you SIEP.

 

 

Roselyn Lawrence posted on 12/5/20

Candle

 

Janicd Scott posted on 12/5/20

Our dear and unique Uncle Bibin, (our "Thexy" boy) our hearts are breaking at the loss our Uncle. You have been the patriach of the Stanislaus family for so long and leave behind your two loving sisters holding the mantle. Mama and Papa created a family that is one of a kind and each brother and sister instilled that love, pride and Stanislaus strength in every single one of us. You will be sorely missed, Carriacou will not be the same without you, especially walking Bellvue road and not bawling out your name if you're not sitting on the porch. Sleep in eternal peace Uncle Bibin, I am sure there are many waiting up there for you with a shot of jack and Tennants, we miss and love you, your loving sister Ethlyn, Sarah, Randolph, Janice, Errol and all of the children..❤

 

Deborah posted on 12/5/20

Rest in eternal peace Uncle Bibin. May you continue to spread your joy in heaven. Lydia & Deborah xx

 

Ella Matheson posted on 12/5/20

Dearest Uncle Bibin, Deepest gratitude to you for your earthly presence, the heartfelt impact you had on our lives is greatly treasured. We always looked forward to seeing your smile, enjoying great wisdom with belly laughs and a glass or two or three, of something ‘medicinal’’. May you be eternally embraced by Divine love and grace on this next stage of your journey, as you join with our loved ones in spirit; uniquely taking your place in our ancestral legacy. The joy you leave us with and the pain of your transition makes us family, with such treasured memories it is... Always Love

 

 

Sharon King posted on 12/5/20

Rest In Eternal Love Uncle Bebin♥️ Miss You. Forever Love♥️♥️♥️♥️

 

Missy posted on 12/5/20

Love u kim

 

 

Greetlyn Matheson posted on 12/5/20

Uncle Bin you will be truly missed. Love leaves a memory no one can steal and a heartache no one can heal.

 

Dionne Durosaro posted on 12/5/20

No one will ever be like you. I wish I could’ve spent more time with you. Rest in Eternal Peace Uncle Bibin

 

Roger Stanislaus posted on 12/5/20

In loving memory of my Uncle Bibin Ypu will be sorely missed Annette Lynette Rodney & Roger

 

Godfrey Clouden posted on 12/5/20

See you soon my uncle love you for ever ❤️❤️

 

Adam Myers posted on 12/5/20

I only knew him from BBCC he always said Hi and then smiled what a GREAT GUY!! he will be deeply missed.

 

 

Tyana Williams posted on 12/5/20

To My Grandad Bibin, May you rest in everlasting peace. You will be greatly missed by friends and family. My mum, myself and Arya will miss you so much. We are so grateful for everything that you have done for us. I write this with tears in my eyes and with great sadness, but I know you are in a better place and you are out of pain now. Love Tyana, Sharron and Arya

 

 

Catherine Brison posted on 12/5/20

Uncle Bibbin was such a wonderful warm loving family man he will be missed

 

Yvonne Mitchell posted on 12/5/20

He was an awesome commander of SODPAC. I will miss him dearly. He was a wonderful man easy to talk to and very encouraging. I enjoyed working with him. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

 

Barry powers posted on 12/5/20

John and I were classmates at Norwich Good times in Goodyear Hall. Although we rarely saw each other after college, we remained in contact over the years by telephone. John would leave a message on my answering machine: “Hey Beep , it’s Hawk. Just checking you. We’ll talk later. And we did..even from the care facility. Always enjoyed our conversations. His positive attitude and “What can I tell you?” refrain were always up lifting. And yes we could talk politics. No disagreements there. I’ll miss our conversations. Joan and I send our condolences to Dolores and John’s family and friends.

 

 

Allan Julien posted on 12/5/20

One in a Million

 

Allan Julien posted on 12/5/20

You are a Great and Unique Uncle, Friend and councillor. You filled on for All of your brothers to so many of us. Now it’s your turn to join them and Tanty Philly. You’ll Never be Forgotten. Always Love and Respect. Your Nephew Tanty Norman aka: Allan aka : Nan, Tanty Ruth, Savannah and O’shae. Allan Julien December 05, 2020 | London | Family

 

John Gupton posted on 12/5/20

Those of us who got to play for and learn from Coach Marshall were truly blessed. He taught us many things the most important of which were to how to work hard, overcome adversity, be selfless and become a better person. In many ways he was my second father and good friend and I put great value in this relationship throughout my life. He lead by example, made us deal with the realities of life but also was able to interject his very good sense of humor. Coach's life impacted many people in so many positive ways and his good deeds and our great memories of him will live on. I recently came across a description of another person, which also described Coach Marshall. "He always did the right thing for the right reason and in the right way". God Bless Coach Marshall and his many family members.

 

Christine Matheson - Niece. Daughter of Anethia (Annetta) Cordelia Matheson nee Stanislaus posted on 12/5/20

For my Dearest, most PRECIOUS and WONDERFUL Uncle King Bin! I am still in shock that you have left us and grieving for the times we planned to share but will not now have in this life. Your loss is beyond painful but I know that the memories I have of you will never ever fade away. You were and are a remarkable man! You loved your family, whether near or far and you were known to speak freely and frankly too, and we in our turn loved and respected you for this. Uncle King Bin, you were and are SIMPLY THE BEST! I will forever cherish the times I spent with you here in the UK when through every tragic loss you were here by your family's side, always joining us regardless of the time of year, to take part in so many, many sad farewells. This was typical of you Uncle King Bin, so much so that in our times of need, we looked out for you to bring us comfort and a temporary release from our suffering. Thank you for your steadfast loyalty and unfailing care. They don't make them like you anymore and so it is fitting that you have elected to return to Carriacou - our Beautiful Homeland - for your final resting place. Sleep in Eternal Peace Uncle King Bin and just know that your unfailing wisdom, your no-nonsense approach to life and your selfless love for us all, is for me, your lasting lasting legacy. I wish I could be with you and all my precious cousins at your service today, but due to Covid-19, things are so very different now. This year will go down in history and so perhaps it is fitting to lose a momentous character during an unprecedented year?! May God Bless and Protect you always Uncle King Bin, until we meet again. Do they have Tennents, Special Brew and Cherry B in Heaven? If they do, then all - for you - will be well. Love you Forever and Ever Uncle King Bin!!!

 

Joseph A. Schramm posted on 12/5/20

Dear Doris, our deepest heart felt love to you and your family. We just found out about all of this yesterday (Dec. 4th). We enjoyed John and his loving and his kidding ways. He use to bump into me (literally) at Walmart's at times and we would give an update on our lives and family. We feel so blessed that our Life Paths came together, even for a little while. Our prayers are with you. Peace & Love .... Joe And Marilyn

 

Allison Tardy posted on 12/5/20

Although we haven’t spoken or seen each other since high school, I can still remember your radiant smile and how contagious it was. Thank you for all the laughs and good times. Rest easy, BMoore.

 

Aurora Rebeca Scott posted on 12/5/20

First met Serena at Kaiser Zion MC when I was her blood bank trainer. I would tell her, like I tell all my trainees, to "Document, document , document. Cover your butt, and don't trust anybody, not even me. 'Trust but verify.'" Later on, and totally unrelated to the blood bank I would say to her "Trust me, Serena." She'd come back at me and tell me " You told me not to. I was paying attention." She travelled extensively, by herself, and a lot of times, just by the seat of her pants. She would make last minute travel plans and reservations and somehow she'd always make things work. "What do you think of this hotel?" " It looks kind of moldy with all those tapestries hanging around, like Dracula will be your bellhop, Serena." "Okay, NEXT!" We commiserated over our cats and how ungrateful they all were for not appreciating the beds...dishes...toys we paid good money for and how they had more fun with the cardboard boxes the purchases came in. "Louie is the Devil! He was waiting for me in the shower, look at these scratches!" or "Louie is a PUNK, he took over Bill's bed and now Bill is sleeping in my bed and hogging all the space!" I miss my dear friend Serena. It's hard to think that I can't text her or send and receive cat meme's from her. But please, please don't say " Poor Serena." Serena was a badass in a tiny package, she did so many things that many of us only dream of doing. She took big, HUGE CHUNKS out of life, ate them with gusto, and she's probably touching the moon by now. When we meet again I know she'll say "YAY! Let me show you around. This place is AWESOME!" Until then, I love you, my friend. Totally!

 

Alan J Moore posted on 12/5/20

Condolences from Alan, Bus 139, and the Moore Family.

 

Wanda posted on 12/5/20

Enjoying displaying his 'Love' quotation from the Bible in all of our homes.

 

David and Connie Hopson posted on 12/5/20

He was one of the finest men that we have ever known! He will be missed by so many, I am proud to call him my friend. May he Rest In Peace! We will miss him more than I can say. We love you and will be there for your loving family. Thank you Lloyd for your friendship and all that you taught us thru out the years! He was the best Carpenter that we have ever known! Love to all!

 

Pete Nicholas posted on 12/5/20

May his soul be eternal

 

Kara Ambrosio posted on 12/5/20

Sassy..that's how she rolled..like her or don't..she didn't mind either way.. Dedicated..she took her role in her friendships serious..she was honest when asked for advice..whether you wanted to hear the truth or not Loved.. especially on special days when she would bring in yummy desserts that her and Miss Sheri spent hours making just to make your day that much more special! Strawberry Shortcake, Strawberry wine Pretty in Pink, A ray of sunshine Save me a seat on the front porch of the Beach House Chickie.. Love you always my friend

 

Kristina Johnson posted on 12/5/20

Thomas was a smart and charismatic young man. I enjoyed having him in my math lessons. He was always eager to participate and would help other students who were struggling with the concept. Everyone loved Thomas and want to be around him. He will be missed. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Jim Fulmer posted on 12/4/20

John and I both graduated from Princess Anne High School in 1962 and went on the attend Old Dominion University where we were fraternity brothers in Tau Kappa Epsilon. We both majored in engineering, however, John being a lot smarter than I, went on to finish his engineering degree at Virginia Tech. I ended up with a degree in English and Secondary Education. We both lived in Little Neck and we both had sons who were about the same age. As time went on, we both persueded our careers and had limited contact with one another. Then, several years ago a few TEKE brothers began having breakfast at Denny's. It soon became a weekly ritual that we all looked forward to. It was during this time that I happily renewed my relationship with John. I was so impressed with how John gave of himself to family and friends, especially how he cared for his mother. Learning of John's diagnosis of mesothelioma really hit me hard. To see a good friend do his best to fight such a debilitating disease was truly difficult. Thankfully his medical team at Duke did a miraculous of job of giving John a lease for a longer life. Then came word from John that he had a setback...my heart sank. Some time went by without my hearing from John. Then on Monday, November 30th at 4:14 PM John called me and we chatted for almost half an hour. All in all, John appeared to be doing well and he was looking forward to Christmas. Midday Wednesday I received a call from frat brother, Bill Law, who informed me that John had passed away...my heart stopped. My dear friend John had ascended to meet God, the Father. No doubt, there will always be a hole in my heart for the loss of this wonderful man. Dear Fran, Brant and Steven, please accept my deepest condolences and if ever I can lend any asistance, don't hesitiate to call upon me.

 

Lisa Chenworth posted on 12/4/20

Will was such a talented and beautiful person. I'll never forget his smile and his sarcastic sense of humor. My love goes out to all his family and friends. I know he'll be critiquing my vegetable chopping skills and the state of my kitchen knives from heaven now. Rest in peace, cousin.

 

 

Clarence Davis posted on 12/4/20

Ron, Noi was the sweetest person and had a beautiful spirit. We just learned of her passing and was sorry to hear of your loss. May she Rest In Peace, Sincerely Clarence & Brenda Davis

 

Barry Womack posted on 12/4/20

Mike was a all around great guy. My prayers go out to all of our family members.

 

C.C. Wilson posted on 12/4/20

Hey Girls, I am truly heartbroken about Mr Punchy. I will miss seeing him as i ride by every day and hear him call my name to stop and chat. He was a remarkable Man and he and your mother Ninni raised a beautiful loving family. That really shined in the wonderful way you all took care of he and Ninni in there last years with one of you always watching over them so lovingly. Rest easy Mr Punchy and bless you all. C.C.

 

 

Alicia 225 posted on 12/4/20

Rest in Peace honey

 

D posted on 12/4/20

You will be missed. I have some wonderful memories. Take your rest

 

Patricia and Robert Jackson (Pat &Jack) posted on 12/4/20

Sending our Love and Prayers to our Godsisters & Brothers..We are weeping with you for Micheal will truly be Missed "Especially at the Celebrations"...Ma Nancy met him at the Gate of Paradise, so have comfort in knowing he is with her and that you will see him again

 

Elaine Slade Michael’s Aunt posted on 12/4/20

Micheal was my nephew a truly delightful person his passion was taking care of people. He will be forever remembered and forever loved.

 

Debbie Velez posted on 12/3/20

Michael you will be missed. I always enjoyed to see you the few times we were able over the years. We also shared a good DiRenzo laugh and memories. May you Rest In Peace

 

 

Grampa John and Gramma Joyce posted on 12/3/20

To our beloved Thomas, you brought joy, sunshine and light to everyone who had the gift of your beautiful presence in their lives. As grandparents, we will treasure every moment we had with you, and we will miss you dearly. Thomas you were always so loving, thoughtful and kind, and never failed to make us so proud of you.. Thank you Thomas, you will always be in our hearts, thoughts, prayers and most precious memories. Thomas, you are an Angel with Jesus now, in paradise, and you will continue to shine like a star in heaven above. Love Grampa and Gramma ❤️☮️

 

Carrie, Josh, and Adrielle Gilreath posted on 12/3/20

My heart is with you and Megan. I wish I could hug/hold you. We are here for you- we will lift you up and get you through this. We love you so very much. Prayers~

 

Judge Spencer Kagan(ret.) posted on 12/3/20

Both Donna and I were so sad to hear about John's passing. Please accept our deepest sympathy We met John on the beach in Aruba and it did not take long for us to develop a wonderful friendship with him and Dolores. As a member of the rearview club we had wonderful conversations specifically politics all the while having Bloody Mary's at 4:30 a.m in the dark Those were the days. Rest in peace my friend

 

Becky Tatem, Bus #777 posted on 12/3/20

I am so sorry for your loss. I had great respect for Pattie, she was a genuine person. We both started driving the bus around the same time. I will miss her on the radio along with her southern draw that would come out heavy from time to time. She was one of a kind

 

Janna McElligott posted on 12/3/20

My heart is broken and she took a piece with her, patti was an amazing lady super funny sometimes I miss her voice ,her laugh, and her joking with "giggles" on the radio. I wish I would of told her how much I appreciated her and held her in my heart. I admire her and all that she did.. She will never be replaced and always be remembered, I will daily pray for her family... And I will miss her beautiful smile and the way she always greeted me the few times I got to see her... The earth lost another angel.

 

Bernadette Holliday Bus #215 posted on 12/3/20

So sorry to hear of Patties passing. She was always a kind voice on the radio . Rest in peace dear lady.

 

 

Kelly neely posted on 12/3/20

I am going to miss our conversation on the phone u telling me we good kelly take the afternoon off lol. She would always give me the afternoon s off when Roberta was out or the whole day I am still in shock that u are no longer here with u and definitely missing your voice on radio every morning

 

Kayla Holloway Bus #301 posted on 12/3/20

Rest in Paradise Ms. Patti only met you once but was a great help to starting off as a young bus driver. My condolences to your family ❤️

 

Ray posted on 12/3/20

Serena and I (jokingly) talk with a British accent. Of course, she sounds authentic while sound trying hard. We end our conversation with hearty laughter! I told her that I want to travel to Europe with my family and she will teach me how to plan the trip and how to visit the neighboring countries for $50. She would open the google map and tell me how to plan my itinerary. She would show me how she traveled from one country to another, how she keeps a screenshot of the map of places she will visit to blend in. I never bothered to write them down or remember because I have always thought she would be a phone call away! Serena is the only person I know who lived her life to the fullest. I think her bucket list is empty since I know that she will realize it right away when she puts something in there. I am devastated to hear of her passing, but I know she wouldn't want me to be sad for her. She is the bubbliest, strongest, most daring, one of the funniest, most optimistic person I've met! I wish I told you how much I love you!

 

Joseph m Alfano posted on 12/3/20

Sincere condolences to the family and loved ones

 

Devi and Jay Chhana posted on 12/3/20

We travelled through Ireland and Scotland as well as New Zealand and had the best time. We enjoyed many glasses of prosecco and many many laughs. She was a lover of travelling and good times and we loved that. Rest in peace my friend, we will always love you and miss you heaps❤️

 

 

Carolyn Carr posted on 12/3/20

Accomplished much in his life. Blessed were many who knew him.

 

 

Carolyn Carr posted on 12/3/20

An accomplisher!!

 

 

accomplished. Carr posted on 12/3/20

An accomplsher.

 

Eileen D’Andrea posted on 12/3/20

I will always remember Thomas for his infectious smile and his love of hats. When we were all stationed together in Hawaii I remember how much he looked up to Crispin and wanted to join in on our T180 activities. At Pipsico I enjoyed sharing my scuba diving and lifeguard stories with Thomas. I asked him if he could be a superhero for a day who would he be? He said Aquaman. Thomas will be greatly missed but never forgotten. Heaven has gained another angel.

 

Michael Ruiz posted on 12/3/20

Serena was my sister and we were very close. We were always the person that we knew we could talk to about whatever was bothering us. I looked up to Serena for how she worked hard for what she wanted and she achieved greatness. She will be sorely missed. My little big sister, love you always!

 

Shirley posted on 12/3/20

May memories heal the sadness and pain in your hearts. RIP THOMAS

 

Chad Bermeo posted on 12/3/20

Thomas was one of me best piano student! So musical, respectful, quick to learn, and very attentive. I will miss him until that great reunion day! Prayers for everyone.

 

Bob and Debby Howard posted on 12/3/20

Sincere condolences to the family and loved ones. No words will take away the heartache, but please know we are praying for the peace that passes all understanding is yours. And the knowledge of a coming reunion will bring you comfort.

 

Keith and Angela Green posted on 12/3/20

Our prayers are with you during this difficult season and we celebrate the sweet times we shared with Thomas.

 

Buddy & Della Oliver posted on 12/3/20

Very sorry to hear about John’s passing, but rejoice in his homecoming. John was a kind & thoughtful man and talented in finance. He was a former member as well as chairman of the Grace Covenant Stewardship & Finance team. Our deepest sympathy to Dolores and the Henseler family.

 

Rev. Cheryl K. Robinson posted on 12/3/20

Heartfelt sympathy extended on behalf of Intrepid Hospice to the family of Diane Monroe. Thank you for allowing us to provide care and comfort to her during her illness. It was our honor to serve Mrs. Monroe and the family. Our hearts and prayers are with you and we pray God's continued peace, comfort and blessings be upon each of you.

 

 

Eva Espiritu posted on 12/3/20

Thomas, you were a wonderful "brother" to Angelo, and one of my best students in cooking class. When you guys left for the states, we never forgot you or your family. Always and forever dear to us.

 

Todd and Julie Kelley posted on 12/3/20

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Moore family. I remember a many little league games cheering Brian and Christian on. Our hearts are breaking for his family and friends. God Bless you all.

 

Erica Teeter posted on 12/3/20

John was a tremendous joy to all who had the privilege to know him. He was an incredibly kind and thoughtful man whose humor always kept you on your toes! Whether it was running into him at Wal Mart or hearing his voice in the office, he always put a smile on my face. My thoughts and prayers go out to Dolores and his family as they remember the blessing of his life and look forward to seeing him again. Thank you for the laughs John!

 

 

The Layton Family posted on 12/2/20

May the Peace that defies all understanding be with your family. Thomas will be welcomed by the many angels waiting for him. He will leave all worldly sadness behind. But we’re so sorry for your loss.

 

The Yates Family posted on 12/2/20

Our family will always remember Thomas as a sweet and caring kid. May he rest in peace in the arms of Christ. Prayers and condolences to your family.

 

Deborah Smallwood posted on 12/2/20

I wish I had words to lighten the pain you are in, but sometimes words are just not enough. Please accept my deepest condolences on you loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Please let me know if there is anything I can do.

 

Julie Rwan posted on 12/2/20

Serena sprinted past me in 5th grade gym class and that’s when we became fast friends. Always down for adventure, Serena was fearless, compassionate, and hilarious. I think of her often and am grateful for her friendship. Love and light to Serena’s family.

 

BT posted on 12/2/20

I am so sorry for your loss.

 

emma lottman posted on 12/2/20

Thomas was a great friend and have many fond memories with him. He'll always be in my heart.

 

Lee and Laurie Pearsall posted on 12/2/20

We bless you, John, for loving and singing the old Gospel hymns down here. We know you are singing them in Heaven. We loved our discussions and you humor. You've been God's faithful servant at VBBBC. We will miss you but rejoice that you are in Heaven.

 

 

LaVerne Weaver posted on 12/2/20

Your in my Thoughts and Prayers always.

 

Mark Harrison posted on 12/2/20

Diane was a mainstay in her days with us at Salem HS. She added lively-hood and was instrumental in her co-curricular efforts. Old timers like I have mentioned her touch with our students in the classroom. She was foundational with her efforts that are reflective in our current school environment. She truly looked after "the least of these" as a teacher, advisor, & mentor. All of us here are indebted for her services. Certainly an angel in our midst. Mark Harrison, SAC

 

Edie F posted on 12/2/20

He was like a DAD to me! He'll be missed by MANY!!

 

George Gentry posted on 12/2/20

Serena was my daughter in law. Feel like we bonded in a short period of time. A few stories: Meet her a few years ago while my son was dating her. One night went to a restaurant and bar in San Diego for dinner with my wife, my step daughter, her husband, David and Serena... Came out and a lady was asking for money for food. My step daughter husband gave her his sandwich, which the lady promptly threw in trash and walked away. Turned around and Serena was up in the ladies face pointing her finger at her. My son had to separate them.. Not very big but tough. After marriage I used to call her my #1 daughter in law. She would laugh and say she was my only daughter in law. One day she said she wanted to be #1 person, from then on just called her #1. She use to say I reminded her of her father, both of us was goofy. To me a great complement. Before coming to Virginia, she told me she did not want to because to cold. I kidded her that the real reason she was afraid of becoming a redneck :) She came to Virginia and loved it and quickly became part of the Virginia family. David said she traveled to 36 countries, sometimes by herself. Always admired her independence and sense of adventure. She found some place this guy had climbed a mountain in winter with shorts and t-shirt. She wanted to do it and said David did not and asked if I would with her. I was touched. Just a few I can remember, she will be missed. George Gentry

 

Kyle Kilgore posted on 12/2/20

Cant think of a time around Brian where he didn't make me laugh. So sorry to hear this condolences.

 

Liz Hula posted on 12/2/20

Beth- this is such heart breaking news. I am praying that you and your daughter can find comfort in knowing how much love and virtual hugs are being sent your way. I am so very sorry.

 

Esther posted on 12/2/20

This beautiful young lady was dearly loved by George and Lori Gentry. God Bless her.

 

Carol Tigges posted on 12/2/20

John and I served on session at our church together What a joy it was to work with such a servant of God. He was a man of deep faith and witness. Delores, my heart goes out to you but you know God was glad to call John home. I am sure John heard these words "Well done good and faithful servant."

 

Colleen Benson posted on 12/2/20

Wayne and I want to express our sympathy to Delores and the family. We got to know John and Delores when they were members of our church. I was always delighted to see John in Walmart and we even prayed together in the store. John was a faithful servant of Jesus Christ and we know he is resting in God’s arms. Peace of God and love to his family.

 

Colleen Benson posted on 12/2/20

Wayne and I want to express our sympathy to Delores and family. We got to know John and Delores when they were members of our church. John was a faithful servant of Jesus Christ and I was always delighted to see him at Walmart. We even prayed together in the store. We know he is resting in the arms of God. Peace and love to his family.

 

Sedona Arnett posted on 12/2/20

Beth , Megan , Dorothy , and all the Moore family in Kentucky, my heart aches for you in the loss of your son , brother, grandson , nephew, and cousin Brian. He was a handsome young man. You are in my thoughts and prayers . Love you all...

 

Delores and Jim posted on 12/2/20

Beth and Megan we have no words to express our grief. We watched Brian grow up and remember the hours of skateboarding on Moyock and the numerous bloody elbows and knees. He was all boy, full of energy and mischief. He grew up to be a handsome man who loved his mom dearly. We have no words left to say but know you are always in our hearts.

 

Sherry E. posted on 12/2/20

I had the privilege of teaching Serena everything I knew about Microbiology during her CLS internship. I used to refer to her as my Padawan. One cherished memory that stands out for me is the time my husband & I took her dirt bike riding. I don’t believe she’d ever ridden a quad on her own and she didn’t have a lot of upper body strength so every time she’d gave it gas she’d run it into the bushes. Didn’t phase her a bit in fact made her just want to ride more. For years after she’d moved down to San Diego she’d text some outrageous picture of her at Comic-Con in full costume or one of her many versions of Joe Dirt. When I heard of her passing the first thing I thought about was how grateful & lucky I was to have known such a spirited soul. Praying that Padawan’s family finds comfort & peace knowing that they have an angel watching over them now.

 

Gina T. posted on 12/2/20

I met Serena during her internship as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist in Ridgecrest, CA. She was full of life, and a joy to be around. Rest in peace Serena. I will forever remember your smile and thank you for introducing me to Raspberry beer cheers my friend.

 

Gina posted on 12/2/20

I met Serena during her internship as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist in Ridgecrest, CA. She was full of life, and a joy to be around. Rest in peace Serena. I will forever remember your smile and thank you for introducing me to Raspberry beer cheers my friend.

 

Casey Shanley De Young posted on 12/2/20

No words are enough to convey how heartbreaking the loss of Brian is, just know how loved you are by so many people.

 

Amanda Taylor posted on 12/2/20

Serena was more than a cousin... she was my friend. We talked often about life and everything in between. I got to talk to her before she was no longer able to talk... I didn’t know about her diagnosis until the day before that. For people that talked often you would think she would have mentioned her breast cancer diagnosis and prognosis... but she didn’t utter a word about it. She didn’t want anyone to suffer along side her. I’m so sad. I feel robbed of time we could have had... but I’m realizing that she wanted to leave me with happy memories of her- which I have plenty of. She was amazing! Lived life to the fullest. Did whatever she set out to do. I loved her- and I always will. Thank you for being my friend.

 

 

Dre posted on 12/2/20

Robin was literally one of the most individualistic people I knew. She will always be missed and a motivating force to carry on. There aren't many people that come around and can spontaneously bring about laughter and joy amongst a glum lot. Much love, Robin. R.I.P.

 

Mike n Ginny Sulya posted on 12/2/20

There are no words for such an unimaginable loss. Our heart aches with yours. Your in our prayers. Love you

 

Debbie and Brendan McConnell posted on 12/2/20

Thinking of you and sending our deepest condolences for this unimaginable loss. Remembering Brian and the times spent together in Boy Scouts. Praying for your comfort and peace.

 

Meagan Adams posted on 12/2/20

I remember hanging out with you during our senior year and you making us all laugh constantly. I hadn't spoken to you in some time, but you were a true light, rest in peace Brian.

 

Laura Murray posted on 12/2/20

I can’t even imagine the grief you must be experiencing. You have my deepest sympathy.

 

Laura Miller posted on 12/2/20

My heart is breaking for your loss. You will be in my prayers.

 

Anthony Beck posted on 12/2/20

In God's hands. Too soon to leave family and friends. Safe and at peace from this side of heaven. Peace and wonderful memories to those you were taken from Ed.

 

Kate Chuckney posted on 12/2/20

Beth, I’m so very sorry ..... there really are no words for this deep kind of loss.. I care.. and You will be in my thoughts and prayers daily. Love, Kate Chuckney

 

Michelle Bienkowski posted on 12/1/20

Robin was truly one of the most kind hearted people I have ever known. She was always ready to help anyone. She was a genuine friend to many. She had a great sense of humor and was fun to be around. She was creative and witty. She will be missed by many. This world’s loss is Heaven’s gain.

 

 

Christine Sulluvan posted on 12/1/20

I worked with Serena at sharp healthcare and she was a beautiful soul. She was an adventurous and fun filled spirit. God bless her in her new forever home.

 

Janice Lewellen posted on 12/1/20

Beth and Meagan we will keep all of you in our prayers. From your Nashville family, Deanie (Bob) Billy (Oma) Janice.

 

 

Virginia Garcia posted on 12/1/20

I met Serena through a mutual friend here in San Diego Ca she was an adventure girl who loved to travel Rest In Peace Serena

 

Teresa Nice posted on 12/1/20

Keeping you close in my prayers Beth. My heart is breaking for you. God be with you and He will get you through.

 

Janet Martinez- Johnson posted on 12/1/20

Its with such a heavy heart I write this, so very sorry for your loss. I send all our love and prayers to all of you. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you and if there is anything I can do please let me know- I am here for all of you. God bless

 

Patricia Cooper posted on 12/1/20

Deepest sympathy to you, Beth. You are in my prayers.

 

Erica Brown posted on 12/1/20

I only met Serena a few times and first met her in Pacific Beach and we bonded over both being Scorpios. She seemed so full of life and really had a passion for things. She will be greatly missed.

 

Antionette Jackson posted on 12/1/20

So sorry yo hear of your loss..You and your family are in my prayers.

 

Craig posted on 12/1/20

I only met her once during a flight over to the uk, with a shared interest in costumes at Comic-Cons and a few GnT’s it was great getting to know her and of course the inventive tattoos she had!

 

 

Heather Valles posted on 12/1/20

The memory I have of Serena is from our Senior year in high school we both ran for homecoming queen together. We had such a blast making signs and making costumes for the week we also would laugh so much because we would make Michael do all our grunt work. She was always outgoing and bubbly she loved to explore and have a great time. She wanted everyone around her to enjoy themselves to the fullest.

 

Nicole O'Neill posted on 12/1/20

My cousin Ed was the closet in age, but the farthest away from us. I always enjoyed running around at our grandparents house. Ed was fun to hang out with. I hadn't seen him in a very long time, but my heart will remember him forever.

 

 

JULIE A RUIZ posted on 12/1/20

Enjoyed life to the fullest!!!

 

Garry Austin posted on 12/1/20

I met David in my early teens while living in Linwood Shores in Chesapeake. We played football, baseball or just hung out together along with Ronnie Sullivan, the Anderson boys, and Chuck James. David was a fun guy and good friend. My deepest sympathy to his family and friends. He will be missed by all who knew him.

 

Celeste Wooten posted on 12/1/20

My heart is empty not seeing you everyday and having my chocolate milk with Mr. Ed. Reconnecting with you was an amazing experience and it was my honor to help your family “walk you home”. You will missed my many and forever loved.

 

Diane P Smithson posted on 12/1/20

As I read the condolences left for John, my heart breaks. John was such a kind, sweet man and I enjoyed seeing him and Delores at our church. After reading his obituary, I had to chuckle about his visits to WalMart and I ran into him there, and yes, even though his obituary also stated it was ill advised to talk politics with him, that is just what we did. I even forgot some items on my grocery list as a result! I will miss him and my friend Janie, will miss him, too, as they affectionately called one another "sardine." Rest in Peace, my friend, until we are all joined in Heaven one day. My prayers go out to Delores and his family as they cope with his loss. Our loss, is Heaven's gain. Love, Diane Smithson and Janie Weast

 

 

James Merman posted on 12/1/20

Harry was a good man, a good husband, a good father and a good sailor. He did a lot for me.

 

Buster Sontag posted on 12/1/20

Sorry for the loss of your Mom, my Mom made it a month shy of 102 and in my heart I still feel like she's here with all the memories.

 

 

Trina Hutchins ( bus assistant) posted on 12/1/20

A Beautiful Soul that will forever be irreplaceable!

 

 

Dalton Harrington posted on 12/1/20

Thomas and I had some fun times together. I first met him at the 2018 Zomboree when I helped out in the dining hall. I looked at him as a brother not a friend. I will miss him

 

Clara Allen posted on 12/1/20

Jim, I am so sorry to hear of your son’s passing. I pray that the sweet memories that you and he shared will be a source of comfort to you.

 

Mary Whitley posted on 12/1/20

To the Family of Michael i offer my Condolences for the lost of your love one

 

Sue and Phil Athanas posted on 12/1/20

I will miss singing in the Praise choir with John. It hasn’t been the same without him ! I will miss his beautiful voice and his caring Christian ways. Phil and I will both miss him very much. In Loving Memory, Sue and Phil Athanas

 

Latrice DeBro posted on 12/1/20

Tye my deepest sympathy. I will always remember Phyllis as one of my best friends. I wish I could have located her sooner. Lace

 

Peggy Hall posted on 12/1/20

May peace and comfort find our family during this difficult time. “He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain anymore, for the former things have passed away.” Revelation 21:4

 

Mary jernigan posted on 12/1/20

Rip bro u will be missed just know we know the truth its not fare the demon the devil did what she did but rest in peace bud love u

 

Kenny and Tina posted on 12/1/20

He was a great friend and will be missed Rest In Peace my friend.

 

Cynthia Hollingsworth posted on 12/1/20

Jeff and I want to extend our deepest sympathy to The Coviello Family. Jimmy was dearly loved by his family and will be deeply missed. He was a kind soul who was dedicated to Ford, his cat Calli, and his family. Rest in Peace.

 

Janice Monroe posted on 11/30/20

Sunday our family said goodbye to Diane; a loving wife, mother of 2, mother in law, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, aunt, friend and former very dedicated teacher. And I can’t leave out momma of 3 Labradors that she loved like children . I miss her but she told me two years ago not to be sad when she passed to have a big party. I’m not ready for a big party at this time but maybe in the future we will have healed enough to do just that in remembrance of diane loving to have large family gatherings and serve her loved ones with her homemade cooking and magnificent deserts. Diane, God saw you getting tired and a cure was not to be so he put his arms around you and whispered, “Come to Me” With tearful eyes we watched you and saw you pass away and although we love you dearly we could not make you stay. A golden heart stopped beating hard working hands at rest. You Diane are now at peace with your Heavenly Father. Your family misses you, but we are left with wonderful memories and cherish them until we meet again. Love; Janice

 

 

Janice Monroe posted on 11/30/20

I light this candle in memory of my loving mother in law Diane.

 

Kimberly Bechtol posted on 11/30/20

John Henseler was my friend and I enjoyed his sass, sarcasm and humor. Which is why we got along. One thing I have missed since I moved on from my job there and frequent contact is I have missed seeing him walk into my office on his way to deliver comic strips he cut out for the Pastor...swapping a few wisecracks and laughs. And also his support and encouragement for The Youth drama team even performing musically at their shows. Rest In Peace John. Prayers for the Henseler family!

 

 

Carol Edwards posted on 11/30/20

Our families were so intertwined, John was like an older brother to me. I will never forget the Christmases we spent together growing up.

 

 

Reo Parrish posted on 11/30/20

My condolences you will truly be miss God know best

 

Sherry Oliver Demas posted on 11/30/20

Mary Kay was my best friend in algebra class. We shared so many laughs. I will always remember her.

 

Neil Johnston posted on 11/30/20

John was one of the kindest and most unique man I’ve ever met. He had a funny story for just about any situation. As a newer youth pastor, he really encouraged me and helped me to understand how to connect with our congregation. John will surely be missed, but we rejoice in the fact that he is with the Lord and that we will see him again.

 

Nicole Baker posted on 11/30/20

Jared Thomas Baker, 33, is survived by his mother Christine Baker of Pattison Texas, his wife Nicole Baker of Virginia Beach Va, his 5 children Cameron Hosea, Wyatt Baker, Brenton Baker, Raelynn Baker and Adalynn Baker. He was born and raised in Pattison Texas all his life. He had served in the US Navy. He truly touched the lives of those around him. Heaven gained another angel! We love you and until we meet again!

 

Sherrill Family posted on 11/30/20

Our condolences to the Oppenheim Family. Rest In Peace Noah.

 

Carrie Smith posted on 11/30/20

So very sorry for your loss. She was such a sweet individual. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Donald Gay posted on 11/30/20

I miss your mother we were good good in the 1990friends you dont member me but remember you

 

Hellen Onyango posted on 11/30/20

My sincere condolences to the entire Henseler family. More so to our beloved pastor Joe Henseler may God grant you peace that surpasses human understanding.

 

Rev. Cheryl K. Robinson posted on 11/29/20

Sending heartfelt sympathy on behalf of Intrepid Hospice. Thank you for allowing us to provide care, compassion and support to Mrs. Williams during her illness. May God bless you and keep you during this time. You are in our hearts and in our prayers.

 

Margaret Norfleet posted on 11/29/20

Very sorry for your loss.

 

Rhonda LeDoyen posted on 11/29/20

So sorry for your loss! My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Love Rhonda

 

Judy Green Croswell posted on 11/29/20

A classmate at MCHs who was full of energy and enthusiasm. Sorry we lost touch.

 

 

Dawn lund posted on 11/29/20

My heart and prayers to your family. Love yah all! Dawn and Rick Lund

 

DONNA HAIRE posted on 11/29/20

I meant Daughters.

 

DONNA HAIRE posted on 11/29/20

Donna, Jay I just learned about Elizabeth's passing. Our prayers go out to you, her daughter and the rest of the family. Please accept our belated condolences.

 

 

Lisa Bartolo posted on 11/29/20

Rest In Peace Carol, You will be Missed Dearly my friend, GODSPEED

 

Crystal Finch posted on 11/29/20

My condolences to all Carol's family . Will miss u much, RIP love you

 

Penny Wile posted on 11/29/20

Robin made everyone’s life fuller, including mine. She was the most selfless person I have ever known, always putting others before herself. I am happy I was able to see her earlier in the day on which she passed, but I am still so shocked and saddened that she was taken from us so soon. I will miss her smiles. Thinking of you, Wilbert. We are so sorry for your loss. ❤️

 

Keri-Ann Fisher-Paes posted on 11/29/20

I’m so very sorry for your loss . Condolences to family and friends.

 

Dan CRAVEN posted on 11/29/20

Dear sweet patty rest on paradise

 

Brenda Paige Wilkins posted on 11/29/20

Dr. Oppenheim, Joanne and Rachel, I am so very sorry to hear about the passing of Noah. Please know that I am praying that God will give you the comfort you need. May Noah rest in Heavenly Love.

 

Deborah A Iandol Heh posted on 11/29/20

Rest easy now dear friend. Thank you for all your words of encouragement.

 

 

Tiffani Foncree posted on 11/29/20

I love you Nana ❤️ I hope you're resting peacefully with God ❤️

 

Honey and David Maizel posted on 11/28/20

Our heartfelt condolences to the Oppenheim family as we learned of this sad news. May you be comforted in time as your loss is replaced with fond memories.

 

Pam Ildefonzo posted on 11/28/20

Arnold,JoAnn and Rachel, I am sorry to hear of Noah’s passing. May the precious memories of him bring you much comfort in the days to come.

 

Sheila and Matt Krakower posted on 11/28/20

We just learned of Noah's passing. Our hearts are breaking for you. Too young. Too soon. Sending you love and hugs. No words can soften your loss. We lost two children. It's the most painful thing one can ever go through.

 

Sandrs Baker posted on 11/28/20

Rest in peace cotton top

 

Sandrs Baker posted on 11/28/20

Sandra

 

MARYJANE ROBISCH posted on 11/28/20

So sorry for everyone’s loss. I knew Carol for a very longtime. She was an amazing and caring person. She will be missed. Love you. RIP

 

Bonnie Vick posted on 11/28/20

I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Noah. My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time of sorrow. RIP Noah

 

Dorothy Gwynn posted on 11/28/20

So sorry for the loss of Nolan I went to school with him he was a great person to be around may he rest in peace in the hands of the lord.

 

 

Joan Carpenter and Family.... posted on 11/28/20

❤ RIP.

 

 

Joan Carpenter posted on 11/28/20

You will be missed very much....

 

 

JOAN CARPENTER posted on 11/28/20

I knew Carol by being her neighbor at one time. She was very close to my girls and they enjoyed her friendship. I'm so glad her pain and suffering is gone..RIP Carol.....

 

Linda Bell posted on 11/28/20

A sweet soul taken to soon. I will miss your voice on the radio. Spread your wings and fly sweet angel. Sending prayers to your family.

 

Ashley Anderson posted on 11/28/20

Mrs. Patti was so kind and gentle to everyone that she met. I knew her through 4-H and school. I always looked forward to seeing her at all the 4-H events and even though she wasn’t my bus driver, if I had time after school I would run over to her bus to say hello. I can still see her with her sun glasses resting on her head and smile on her face. Rest in paradise Mrs. Patti, you will missed dearly.

 

 

Fran S Lohoski posted on 11/28/20

Thinking of you and praying for you and your family!!

 

Margaret Koberstein posted on 11/28/20

RIP Kim you are forever and always going to be me missed we love u RIP

 

Tracey Hook posted on 11/28/20

Arnie, I’m so sorry to hear this. God blessed you with your son & will welcome him home. My deep sympathy to you and your family.

 

Regina Sutton posted on 11/28/20

Patti was my down the street neighbor and good friend .. we went to Princess Anne High School together... so sorry for your loss

 

Tysha Theurer Edwards posted on 11/28/20

I’m very sorry about your loss, Steve. I know how special your mom was to you and your children. God bless you all. With Love & peace.

 

Howard Fitchett posted on 11/27/20

Jimmy, you will truly be missed my friend. We will always have McDonalds and the "McWish sandwich".May you rest in peace.

 

Bob Rathbun Bus 711 posted on 11/27/20

i like so many others, will miss her kindness and compassion no matter what was going on and she always kept her wits about her (even when she said it was a tough day). It was already said, i will also miss her voice which was the first thing i heard in the morning when getting ready to start my route. Prayers to the family.

 

Theresa Barraclough posted on 11/27/20

Sorry for your loss prayers sent ,

 

Alicia Hilliman posted on 11/27/20

I will always remember Nolan as a sweet and caring young man. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family today.

 

Marla Trilling posted on 11/27/20

May his memory be a blessing. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Sending my love to you during this difficult time.

 

Ross Broudy posted on 11/27/20

It feels like yesterday our families were in Hilton Head for spring break in elementary school. Our deepest condolences and prayers are with the entire family.

 

Rodney Phillips posted on 11/27/20

Rest In Paradise Nephew/Brother-in-love/fight partner. From the moment we met, you became one of My Guys. Hearing of your passing hurt my heart because of your loss and for Ms. Rogers, who couldn't have love you more if she birthed you herself. We were always 100 with each other and that is what I'll cherish about your memory the most (& the fact that you were one of the most hard headed & toughest kids I've ever known). Love & Miss You Man & My condolences to Our Family for Our loss.

 

Patti Anderson Gandy posted on 11/27/20

I grew up across the street from David and his parents, in Chesapeake Va. Many a time he would be over at our home playing games at our kitchen table with my 2 brothers. As most young boys do, they push away any interference from a pesky little girl but not David. He was always so nice to me and in fact was always nice to everyone. Once while he was in Chesapeake General Hospital I visited him and several times we had wonderful long talks about growing up together. Rest in Peace, David.

 

Ally Briggs #332 posted on 11/27/20

My first memory of Patti was welcoming me in to the bus driver life. She had a heart of pure gold and a sweetness that will be missed every day. Rip dear friend. And to Pattis family we stand together in your grief and pray for peace for you. I know Patti will be watching over you

 

Tammy Long posted on 11/27/20

You are dearly missed. Thank you for everything. You were always so kind to me and my children. RIP

 

John Carr posted on 11/27/20

My sincere condolences to the family. I've known John over twenty years and he was instrumental in the formation and reunions of the VA-176 Thunderbolts Reunion Association. He will be forever missed.

 

Kathy Galford posted on 11/27/20

I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that your family is on my thoughts and prayers.

 

Robert & Valerie Wilczynski posted on 11/27/20

Valerie and I are so sorry to hear of this sad news. May God forever bless John and his his family! He will be missed at every future VA-176 Reunion!!!

 

Jeff Brooke posted on 11/27/20

Our hearts go out to on this tragic loss. May you know no further suffering. בדא Jeff and Amy Brooke

 

Petra Wanders posted on 11/27/20

Dear Patti, From the moment I met You I knew you were a thoughtful, loving, caring person. You were always there for me when I needed you. Every time I called you by phone there was always a moment that we had a good laugh. I am going to miss you so much. Sweetie RIParadice you will always be in my heart.

 

Roland Pena posted on 11/27/20

My deepest condolences to the family. Noah and my daughter Brittany were often in my prayers. Noah was a beautiful soul with a heart full of love and compassion. I will keep your memory alive with your son Jaxon and I will tell him about the love his father had for him.

 

Mona Denton posted on 11/27/20

My deepest sympathy goes out to you for the loss of your son and brother, Noah.

 

Christina Hudson posted on 11/27/20

I'm so very sorry for the loss of Noah. I still remember the sweet happy little boy running through his dad's office when he came by for a visit. Rest easy sweet Noah our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.

 

Brenda kellam posted on 11/27/20

Dearest Olive, I am heart broken at the loss of Noland. I know how much he meant to you, I hope in time that you find peace in the knowledge that he is in good hands and will forever be in your heart. He will be truly missed.

 

Joanne Maxey posted on 11/27/20

I am so very sorry for the loss of Noah. My heart hurts for your family. I can remember watching him grow up since he was three years old. He always had an adorable smile. I pray that your precious memories will help you get through this difficult time.

 

Autumn Smith posted on 11/27/20

I am soo sorry Olive and family. My heart is with you during this difficult time. My heart is broken with the memories and I will forever cherish them. Nolander meant the world to me - please let me know if you need anything!

 

Candi Allen posted on 11/27/20

Sending you so much love and my deepest condolences during this most difficult time in your lives. May Noah rest peacefully and may your hearts be comforted with precious memories of him.

 

Zack mullen posted on 11/27/20

Nolan was a good friend he will be missed greatly by many people It saddens me to hear this and i give my condolences to his family

 

 

Justine A Pena posted on 11/27/20

Noah had a never ending elastic heart that stretched with his generosity! We were with him the night before he passed he was full of love and smiles, I will treasure that memory! We love you Noah! I will always tell your son how much you loved him, and wanted to be with him!

 

Donna V Pruitt posted on 11/26/20

I love you and miss you so much my precious sweetheart ❤️. My heart is broken

 

Stephane Dillman posted on 11/26/20

My heart is so heavy for all of you . I just keep going over all my conversations I’ve had with Noah... I pray that you and your family hearts heal soon . You will stay in my prayers.

 

Julie Mehle posted on 11/26/20

My heart breaks for Noah’s family at this most difficult time. Prayers of comfort for you all.

 

Sharon Sharp posted on 11/26/20

I will remember Nolan as a sweet young man who was always polite. My prayers go out to Miss Olive and his family.

 

Tom and Mary Hayes posted on 11/26/20

Our sympathy to you all upon the loss of Noah, your son and brother. May he Rest In Peace.

 

Tom and Mary Hayes posted on 11/26/20

Our deepest sympathy to you all upon the loss of Noah, your son and brother. May he Rest In Peace.

 

Teresa Madden posted on 11/26/20

I am deeply saddened to hear Noah has passed away. My heart breaks for you and your family and know that memories of Noah will live in your heart. I feel your pain as I lost my husband in August. You are always in my thoughts and prayers and wishing you peace through this difficult time.

 

Robert Schmidt posted on 11/26/20

Happy Thanksgiving Angel, I am sure you are having an even grander meal with your Mom, Gary, Dad and just about anyone else you can wrangle into showing up (maybe Elvis?). Miss you something fierce, but I am still doing most of your traditions to keep you here. Love you more, Me 4187

 

Larry C Winfrey posted on 11/26/20

Kristen My Forever Love ,Wishing you a Very Happy Thanksgiving in Heven! Miss YOU SO VERY VERY VERY MUCH!

 

George and Kay Sherrard posted on 11/26/20

Our love and sympathy to you all.

 

Pauline and Pam Middleton posted on 11/26/20

So very sorry for your loss are prayers are with you

 

Kim mccanna posted on 11/26/20

My heart breaks for all of you..such a wonderful young man I had in my 9th grade class at FC and one of the best hugs at his graduation.

 

Rona DeVito Huntley posted on 11/26/20

Sending our deepest condolences and thinking of you all during this very difficult time.

 

Koni Kasbarian posted on 11/26/20

We are so sorry for your loss cannot know what you're going through but we are praying for you and the family.

 

Ronnie Smith posted on 11/26/20

I met David when I was about 15 years old. We were good friends. I got to know his family when David got drafted and went to Vietnam. I do remember him coming home on the weekends. He was a good friend and person. David may you rest in the arms of our lord and have ever lasting peace.

 

John Golden posted on 11/26/20

So sorry to hear of David's passing. I was stationed at Aberdeen Proving Ground with him in late 68, early 69. We became friends and spent many a weekend together driving back and forth between APG and home. He was a good guy, well liked by his fellow soldiers, and I'm proud to have known him.

 

earl scott chambers posted on 11/26/20

Love you always cousin! S A L U T E, "Job well done!"

 

Marie Crow Bus 800 posted on 11/26/20

My prayers and condolences go out to Patti's family, friends, and all that are going to miss her very deeply! I always miss her voice when she's off for just a day. Her presence in daily life will be missed. Such a sweet lady. I'm going to miss the morning phone calls. She was my go to and I can honesty say that I gladly helped her out as much as I could because she was so nice to me. My heart breaks for her family! God bless!

 

Uri and Hagit Lifshitz posted on 11/26/20

Our hearts breaks for the unimaginable pain and sorrow your family is experiencing at the loss of Noah. Sending you our sincere condolences, prayers, our love and many hugs. May you be comforted by the good memories.

 

Angela Brock AKA: Giggles posted on 11/26/20

Ms. Patti was a super special lady! She gave me the nick name Giggles and was always up for my shenanigans on the radio daily. She touched so many people with her kind heart and unmistakable laugh. My deepest sympathy to her family.

 

Karen Tenerowicz posted on 11/26/20

Patti you will forever be in our hearts. You were a wonderful person with a big heart. I will be praying for your family.

 

Susan Romubio (Bus 700 assistant) posted on 11/26/20

Patti was the most kindest soul I ever came across at Transportation. She was genuine and had a heart of gold. Sending out my most deepest and heartfelt condolences to all of Patti’s friends and family in this hard time. She will be greatly missed.

 

Dede R. posted on 11/26/20

Please accept our deepest and sincere sympathy and condolences. Your entire family will forever be in our prayers ️

 

Connie Freeman posted on 11/26/20

The radio will not be the same. Patti was such a sweet lady. She was good at her job and always looked after us. You will always have a place in my heart.

 

Kristy Loranger posted on 11/26/20

Patti was such a sweet and Beautiful soul.I can't believe she gone.I will miss her sweet voice on the bus radio, and chatting when I went to the office.prayers for the family . R.I.P Patti.you were loved and will be missed by many.

 

Rebecca Brantley Bus #835 posted on 11/26/20

Patti was a very sweet lady. I will always remember fondly the times I went into dispatch and talked to her about our grandchildren. She was very much loved and admired by alot of the bus drivers I know. She took pride in ever part of her job at transportation. She is going to be missed very much. It will never be the same listening to the Special Needs radio without hearing her beautiful voice. RIP Patti. Condolences to her family for their loss

 

 

Janet Wray posted on 11/25/20

I will miss you Patti. You were one of the first people at Transportation that I got to know. You were always thoughtful and caring to me. Condolences to your family.

 

Dr. and Mrs. Fred and LTanya Quarles posted on 11/25/20

Please accept our deepest and sincere sympathy and condolences.

 

Angela Ellis posted on 11/25/20

Patti always looked out for me in transportation. She had a great laugh and an upbeat personality. Sending to her family.

 

MARINE BROTHER posted on 11/25/20

Dear Larry and All who read: You may never fully understand this dedicated Marine. On 9/11, it was he who unselfishly SAVED many lives by evacuating them to safety and to medical triage areas at the Pentagon. Never recognized due to the poor leadership, but he did not care. I bring it out now to say, Thank you Master Guns! You are truly the definition of SEMPER fi. Rest in Peace, I'll see you as you watch Heavens Gate!

 

Jodi Demko posted on 11/24/20

She was one of the strongest women in our family and leaves behind an incredible legacy of hope, love and grace. Her presence is already greatly missed.

 

Ashleigh Joyner posted on 11/24/20

Tidewater Community College Class of 2019!!! Sending love and light to the family of Professor Mary Ann Russell. I was thinking about her these past few months, and I wanted to reach out to check on her. I am shocked to hear of her passing in May of this year. Likewise, I still hold onto my notes, the textbook, and the education that Professor Russell has instilled in me. If it wasn’t for this amazing woman, I wouldn’t be where I am in my life currently. I will carry her spirit as I finish my education at ODU. À Plus Tard never Au Revoir!

 

Gary Chesser posted on 11/23/20

Fair winds and following seas and long may your big jib draw! to our shipmate, Richard "Dick" Biondo. To Maggie and the family, we at the USS Charles S. Sperry DD-697 Association offer our solemn condolences. Dick was well loved among our shipmates, and especially me. He hosted the first Sperry reunion that I attended in Norfolk and I got to know and respect him there. He was a ball of energy! And, he was very good at putting our reunion and activities together. He had so many irons in the fire, and seemed so happy at what he was doing. We will honor our departed shipmate in our Two Bell Ceremony at our next reunion. May God bless the Biondo family.

 

Cindy Harris on Behalf of the Wallenius Wilhelmsen Family posted on 11/23/20

The Wallenius Wilhelmsen family sends their deepest condolences for the loss of your beloved husband, father and grandfather.

 

Eboney Craft posted on 11/23/20

I worked with Martin at Alorica and there were times where i was really down and depressed, but by the time that Martin was done with me i was in tears laugh at all his jokes. He will be missed dearly.

 

Susan and David Steele posted on 11/23/20

Jim, My sincere condolences to you and your family. May you be comforted in knowing that he is with Ann Marie.

 

Nina Troyer posted on 11/23/20

We enjoyed working with Butch at Stumpy Lake Golf Course and will surely miss him.

 

Pat Hartman posted on 11/23/20

So sorry to hear of Butch's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with Lisa and the family.

 

Penny Yarasavich posted on 11/23/20

Dave so sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. Have some fond memories of her while she resided at the Manor. My thoughts and prayers to you and the family!

 

Christopher A Yim posted on 11/23/20

My condolences on Michael's passing. I collected his works for decades because the way he did what he did had a positive impact on my and my family's life. Several of our rooms are adorned with only his works. I enjoyed our conversations and will miss him.

 

Tom C posted on 11/23/20

Rest in peace my friend.

 

David Whitehurst posted on 11/22/20

Blessings to Pam, Cindy, their famlies, and Aunt Elizabeth from David and Sharon Whitehurst. Uncle Ray was well liked and thought highly of.

 

Ryan Harrington posted on 11/22/20

I know it is late but I knew grayson all four years of my four years at cox and he was one of my best friends and it funny and so involved in stuff at cox and he was nice i am sorry to hear the sad news he will be in my heart now

 

Roseanne Lecklikner posted on 11/22/20

Am so Sorry for having missed a very good friend's memorial service but I had no ride I remember your Mom every night in prayers and now pray for your Dad, too. He ws a man of high principles and would offer his help in any way he could.

 

ANTONIO GILBERTO PARRIS posted on 11/22/20

Jim I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your son. Please accept my sincere condolences during these trying times. Jannett and Tony

 

Dana M Winkler posted on 11/22/20

Prayers going out for Butch's family. Butch was a good man and I enjoyed working with him over the years. RIP old friend

 

Christy Bunting posted on 11/22/20

Dave, I am so sorry to learn that your mother has passed. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Cynthia W Elliott and family. posted on 11/22/20

Ms Olive and family, my heartfelt sympathy on the loss of Nolan. I pray God's Blessings upon you all as He comforts you during this most difficult time.

 

Marvin Brangan posted on 11/22/20

Dorothy and I extend our deepest sympathy in the lost of your mother.

 

Dave New posted on 11/22/20

Butch was a good man and I’m sorry to hear about his passing. I worked with him at the Navy base and remember being happy for him when he retired.

 

Ashley posted on 11/22/20

My deepest sympathy to Michael's loved ones. I am saddened as I learned today of his passing. I remember first meeting him at one of his shows about 30 years ago. He seemed such a gentle soul. His beautiful and meaningful art is in 4 different rooms of my home. I was just staring at the framed scriptures in my quiet time this morning. How he will be missed here on earth. He made such a lasting and wondeful contribution to so many lives through the ministry of his artwork. My heart goes out to all of his loved ones who now journey on for a while longer here on earth -- peace to your hearts -- and may your hearts be prepared as his was to meet his Maker and Savior...he is expecting you to join him there. May so many more souls join him one day as a result of his ministry while here on earth~

 

Warren Pena posted on 11/22/20

Never had a chance to meet you, but I can tell everyone loved you. Rest in peace ❣️

 

Warren Pena posted on 11/22/20

Scott

 

Reagan Family posted on 11/22/20

Oh, no not Zo. We remember an always in motion little boy with a great big smile. Our love to his family of the boy that we knew and to his family as an adult that we never met.

 

Michael Wood posted on 11/22/20

My good friend Jimmy. An awesome and committed worker. I will truly miss you my friend. Our prayers go out for you and your family.

 

Eugene Combs posted on 11/21/20

Our condolences and prayers go out for Butch and Lisa. Butch and I talked often at the mail box. He was a very good neighbor. We will miss Butch and hope to support Lisa through the tough days ahead. Eugene & Shelley Combs

 

Bubba & June Hudgins posted on 11/21/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with Lisa and the entire family during this difficult time. He was a wonderful neighbor and friend and will be dearly missed. May God bless you.

 

Bruce Price posted on 11/21/20

You will be missed Jimmy, I enjoyed many years working with you. Rest in peace.

 

Theresa Roach Parker posted on 11/21/20

John was 12 of 13 cousins in a loving family. John was ring-bearer in my first weddi John was #12 of 13 cousins in a loving family. At age 4 1/2, John was ring-bearer in my first wedding. John, I will always remember you in that little white Eaton Suit. His family suffered many tragedies. GoodBye, little cousin. Tell Grandma we all said Hello.

 

Skip Barry posted on 11/21/20

RIP MY FRIEND!

 

 

Priscilla Drew posted on 11/21/20

Remembering my sweet friend and neighbor Anne. Really going to miss our "catch up" times in the driveway. But, l know you're pain free and God has a special angel. Air hugs . . . .

 

Chuck Voith, USMC posted on 11/21/20

Chris and I played left and right defensive ends at NAPS. He always had my back. Semper Fi Brother.

 

 

James Boardwine posted on 11/21/20

In loving memory brother ! May you light shine forever...

 

 

James Boardwine posted on 11/21/20

This candles for you brother !

 

Kip and Florence Kingston posted on 11/21/20

Our family was so blessed and fortunate to have Anne with us for so many years. All those wonderful times spent with her and Rod will never be forgotten . Our family gatherings were always very special and fun when she was present. What a good example of how to live your live she was to all of us. We will miss her greatly.

 

Kari & Ty Zinkiewich posted on 11/20/20

I have Met Scott a few times on my Trips to VB To visit my sister and brother n law Kevin and Jodi Shea. WOW what an incredible man, and to Mel, Family and friends I am so deeply sorry for your tremendous loss. May you find strength, love and much peace surrounding yourself with family and friends not only today but forever.

 

Joe Hoadley posted on 11/20/20

He was a great friend and mentor to me we worked together a long time. Will miss talking to old friend .

 

Rachel posted on 11/20/20

RIP Danny!

 

Shelina Sutton & Family posted on 11/20/20

My Condolences; and praying for your family’s strength at this time

 

 

Crinthia Smith-Hart posted on 11/20/20

In Loving memory of Mr. Frank (PaPa). Rest In Peace

 

Glenn and Sandy Tainter posted on 11/20/20

So sad to hear. Our deepest sympathy to family and friends. So many years working together. So many good memories. Rest in peace teammate. - Glenn and Sandy

 

Evelyn Bruno posted on 11/20/20

What a joy to have met such a lighthearted enchanting soul. I remember your bright smile & easy friendly nature. You will be missed.

 

PHYLLIS HAAS posted on 11/20/20

He was the greatest boss at Lewis Bear Company and GSC. He will be miss and he always had a smile and best friend anyone could ask for !!!

 

Paulette Michener Bockert posted on 11/20/20

I grew up calling you Little Butch, since my brother, your cousin, was always Butch. I think your dad had a hand in that nickname. Even though we weren't together often, there was always a special connection. Many, many memories of our times together, but one of my favorites was meeting up with our Ewell cousins when we were all young adults. You all conspired against me because I got the tequila shots and you all got water. I smile at the memory. My heart is breaking, but I know you are pain free and resting in God's loving arms. Say hi to Uncle Bud, Aunt Mary, and Mom and Dad for me. Love you! Paulette Kay

 

Gary Meyers posted on 11/20/20

I remember my Brother-law AJ as the most caring person ever. He took me to my first NASCAR race in Daytona. After the race he took me out onto the 1st and 2nd turn embankment. When dating my sister he would always take us to Ocean view amusement park. AJ rest in peace and I must say those in Heaven have received a most beloved man!

 

Bo Birch posted on 11/20/20

So very sad to hear of Butch's passing. What a great guy to work with. Prayers for the family.

 

Angie Liddell posted on 11/20/20

Fly high Scott! I will always remember that smile and how kind you always were. Such a big heart ❤! You will be missed but forever remembered! RIP

 

Bob Hermann posted on 11/19/20

So, so sad to hear of Butch’s passing. What a great friend and co-worker Butch was. I’m hoping the family all the best through this very tough time. God Bless you all.

 

 

Amanda Penn posted on 11/19/20

May your soul take flight and your light never be forgotten by those you shared it with!

 

Diane Keup posted on 11/19/20

Scott was a wonderful person and beautiful soul. I extend my very deepest condolences to his dear Mel and all of his family.

 

Muhammad Kashif Bukhari posted on 11/19/20

What an amazing guy Scott was. I came to know him through SpartanNash when I joined last year. Scott worked in my team, his big heart, dedication, ethics southern charm, smiles and laughter, his compassion for others everything stood out. Scott you will always have a special place in my heart and will be remembered my friend. I feel like I have known you for years. Rest in peace my Friend

 

 

Debbie Probst and Family posted on 11/19/20

Scott taught me how to swim the butterfly and breast stroke when we were kids and a part of the community swim team. He was a patient teacher and did a great job with the secrets of how to go fassst. I was winning races against swimmers with a lot more experience in no time. Fast forward a few years when Scott and I 'raced' at a hotel pool at Carrie's 40th in Vegas, can't recall who won but it sure was fun! :)

 

Debbie Probst and Family posted on 11/19/20

It is with the deepest condolences, I send this message to Mr. Paul and Ms. Linda, Carrie, his incredible wife Mel and endless friends!!! Scott - You will be forever cherished! You have taught so many the gift of kindness and love, and made this world a better place. The memories you have created with so many will live on forever. You taught me a lot as we were growing up, acting as a ‘big brother’ to me, to of course go along with Bobby and Kenny. You are the best swim teacher and each time I swim my laps moving forward, my mind will be reminiscing about our childhood days. Sending Lots of Love and Hugs to all who are blessed to have known Scott through the years. Keep your head up, he would want us to celebrate his life and carry his loving, accepting, kind ways forward as a gift back to him. XOXO, The Probst Family

 

Andy Butner posted on 11/19/20

So sorry to hear this. Butch was a friend and a good co-worker, he was a good man. Prayers to his family ❤️

 

Roger G Gard posted on 11/19/20

So very sorry to hear about Butch's passing. I worked with him and for his father in shop 56. He is missed.

 

 

Annette Mahoney and your friends at Life Protect!!! posted on 11/19/20

I remember you introducing me to Noodle Man and you had me crying in my ramen soup. My only regret is not taking a picture together that day but u definitely made sure I remembered the occasion by taking pics of the food!! My foodie buddy, I will miss you!!!

 

Linda Assaid (Porter) posted on 11/19/20

My deepest condolences to Butch's family in the too soon loss. Lifting you up in prayer for comfort, strength, and peace.

 

Annette Mahoney and your friends at Life Protect!!! posted on 11/19/20

Martin, you will truly be missed!!! Everyday was a little bit brighter working beside you because you always had a smile and Amazing sense of humor!! To my fellow black woman trapped in a mans body, you definitely made our days brighter. Sending the deepest condolences to your family!!!

 

Pat Spencer posted on 11/19/20

Scott was an awesome person! He will be missed.

 

Charles Woodington posted on 11/19/20

I am so sorry to hear about Butch. Worked and played golf with Butch for many years he was a great guy and will miss running into him and reminding old times my prayers are with his family RIP.

 

Michael & Sheila Easter posted on 11/19/20

My husband and I had the privilege of having Scott in our home on many occasions. He was a true friend and co-worker of my husband’s and was such a kind and sensitive person. Scott was always checking on my husband through his surgeries and hospital stays in the past few years. The world has truly lost a dear soul. Our prayers for strength and comfort extend to all of Scott’s family and loved ones during this most sad time of mourning. Michael & Sheila Easter

 

Barbara Hill Myshrall posted on 11/19/20

Wow. I have so many fond and happy memories of Bruce! And I agree with Al Roper, this is such a beautiful photo of him and just the way I want to remember him! It's been so very long since I spoke with Bruce, but I remember how he used to take the time to write me when I was aboard the ship and traveling the world. The tears I shed now are only because I didn't get to say good-bye to my friend. Thank you for the memories, Bruce, and for the friendship and all the laughter and smiles. And thank you for creating such a place as the Recovery Room, which was so much more than a local pub to so many of us. It was still more of a home to me (only when you owned it!) than places where I actually lived! A place where everyone truly did know my name ... I will never forget you. To Alan, Carol and the girls and the rest of his family and friends -- I am so deeply sorry for your loss. Please give Sandy and George a hug from me, along with Pops and all the others who were there to greet you. Tonight I will toast you by enjoying a Sambuca with 3 coffee beans (ok, maybe a few). And I will think of you as I love to remember you at Sheila and Jeff's wedding ... with a flower in your hair and a smile on your face ... Godspeed my friend, until we meet again.

 

Jason and Lorraine Turner posted on 11/19/20

Like so many whom he touched, the story of our lives changed the very day I met Scott. It is our honor and privilege to have been among your friends, we are forever grateful to have known you.

 

 

Carrie Quigley posted on 11/19/20

I had the pleasure of working with Scott at SpartanNash, he will be deeply missed. My thoughts and prayers are with his family during this most difficult time.

 

Bill Hughes posted on 11/19/20

He will be tremendously missed. Rest in Peace, Brother. You will be loved, honored, and respected in my heart, always. My deepest condolences to his family, friends, and loved ones.

 

Rich Pekarsky posted on 11/19/20

My wife Bonnie and me loved Scott as if he had our blood in his veins. I felt as though we were long lost brothers. We shared laughter, tears, hopes and disappointments. There is a hole in our lives now that will be forever empty until we meet again in front or our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

 

Tracy Cox posted on 11/19/20

It’s with a Sad Heart To Hear Of The Loss Of Butch Stahl. Was a great Freind, classmate and Fantastic Boss. Prayers For All during this times

 

Frank posted on 11/19/20

Mel, I am very sorry for your loss. I never met Scott but he sounded like one special guy. My deepest condolences.

 

 

Janice Brogden posted on 11/19/20

I miss you so much Things will never be the same again not to share them with you

 

Mackenzie posted on 11/19/20

I had the priviledge of meeting Melissa and Scott as one of Scott’s acute care physical therapists from evaluation and onward. And I am so blessed to have been able to assist with care along the way. Melissa and Scott, you guys have made an indelible impression on me and I will always cherish the love I felt in your room. I will forever remember you, Mackenzie

 

MajGen R.M. Lake USMC (Ret) posted on 11/19/20

Colonel Early was a mentor of mine before I even knew that was a thing. He helped me grow and become a better man, a better Marine, and a better husband and father. I am grateful and better for knowing him and his family. Sir, I look forward to seeing you on the other side. Ave Frater atque vale and Semper Fidelis.

 

 

LuAnn and Carl posted on 11/18/20

We will always have fond memories of the times spent with you and Mel. RIH.

 

Linda Broadnax posted on 11/18/20

My most sincere condolences to the Hayes and Reed family.

 

 

CAROL RODENBAUGH posted on 11/18/20

To a Great man and Best Friend. May you know your kindness and love had touch so many people. the friendship we bonded at the Summer House, the fun of Town Center and all the crazy aspects of our jobs. Forever grateful for the uplift when I thought I couldn't handle it anymore. Sleep in Peace.

 

Julius Benson posted on 11/18/20

Scott was a special friend and co-worker! My fondest memory of Scott is when we were in a play together called “Back In The Good Ole Days” held at the Saenger Theatre in Pensacola. Scott was new at acting but he was a natural! He was one of the bright spots in the play! This play was put on by the Pensacola Community Arts & Recreation Association, a Community organization that focuses on the well being and positive upbringing of the youth in our community. He was genuine, caring with a true loving spirit! My sincere condolences to his family and I will continue to pray for the comfort that only the Lord can bring.

 

Sam A Manning posted on 11/18/20

Richard will be missed by the multitude of the friends he touched along his life journey. He was always a positive influence with a life well lived.

 

David Spelce posted on 11/18/20

Our dear Richard will be missed. But rejoice, for Richard is a beloved child of God, now living in Father God's very own eternal family. Thank you Lord Jesus for bringing Richard to Father God.

 

Damien Dunbar and Family posted on 11/18/20

My sincere Condolences to Phil, and the entire Reed family. Mr.Reed was a genuine and loyal friend as well as a role model to me and that is something I will never forget and always be grateful for. Also I want to let the Reed family know that I love you all and my thoughts and prayers are with you through this challenging time.

 

 

Charlene Williams posted on 11/18/20

My deepest sorrow goes out to the Reed & Hayes Families for the loss of a beloved Father, Son, Brother, Grandfather, Uncle and Friend. May God's hands help heal the heaviness in your hearts.

 

Mary J. Truesdale posted on 11/18/20

What a perfect way to describe Tyrone - as a gentle giant. What a kind person, what a genuinely good human being. My condolences to my classmate - his sister Lynn - an equally awesome person. My thoughts and prayers to his parents and family.

 

Aubrey and Joanne Barrett posted on 11/18/20

To the Reed Family: Our sincere condolences and prayers for entire Family. Blessing on Blessings Marlon on your Homecoming I salute you Sir!!!

 

Lynette Smith posted on 11/18/20

My sincere condolences to the Reed family. Rest in Peace my true friend Marlon. Though Marlon was ill for an extended period, it came as quite a shock that he is gone. My " brother from another mother ", frequent phone counselor, and comic relief will be missed terribly. Laughing on the phone with him was one of my favorite pastimes. He was my longest running friendship (since kindergarten), and has always been there when needed. I still have a letter that he sent to " his oldest and bestest -est friend", years ago. If there is ever anything that I can do for any of you, just let me know. I will be happy to do whatever I can for you.

 

B posted on 11/18/20

My condolences to Scott's parents, wife, siblings and extended family and friends. Pslam: 34:18 The Lord is near the broken hearted and saves those with a crushed spirit. Scott was a genuine person. His charisma drew people in. He indeed knew no stranger. He was extremely knowledgeable in his field and professional. I pray fond memories comfort you for years to come.

 

Julie Conley McKire posted on 11/18/20

Mrs. Hayes, Vincent and Donna: My prayers are with you always. God is faithful and is showering you with Grace and Mercy. Remember Marlon with love and happiness.

 

BP posted on 11/18/20

My condolences to Scott's parents, wife, and extended family and friends during this difficult time. Scott indeed knew no stranger. His charisma drew people in. He was extremely knowledgeable in his field, friendly, and professional. I pray memories will comfort you for years to come. Pslam 34:18 The Lord is near the broken hearted and saves those with a crushed spirit.

 

LISA Reed posted on 11/18/20

I love You Dad!! You are now resting. Gone but NEVER forgotten. #MarlonCReedSr

 

Sherry Fisher posted on 11/18/20

My husband Mike Fisher and Scott grew up together in Pensacola. I had the pleasure of meeting Scott in 1993 and could see why Mike loves him so much. He was a great, funny and loving person. The stories they would share.. wow! Well I guess the story telling will continue forever. Thank you Scott for being there when Mike passed away and checking from time to time. You’re a beautiful soul and I will miss you.

 

Kim posted on 11/18/20

You were awesome and humble. You showed me that humility was the upmost important thing in all of life. You showed me no matter the issue you have control. You showed me courage and you showed me strength beyond measure. I was what I thought alone in the midst of of male oblivion and you stood your ground. I was so great full to you standing up to what was transpiring.I will never forget you being the bigger person and walkeding away from the bs at the table.

 

Deacon Dexter Sims posted on 11/18/20

Marlon was a True friend. I will miss his phone calls and our conversations. We would always talk about basses and amps, and music. Some of our best talks were about Christ though. Marlon loved God. I know even though I’ll miss my friend, I’m encouraged to know that I will be able to meet him again. Next time in Heaven!! God Bless Mrs Hayes and his entire family!!

 

Kim Howell posted on 11/18/20

I remember you as you were, a human being, someone who always thought of the other person. always aware of. the gracious soul. So so humbling to those that surrounded you. You were he real deal. We love you Scott and everything you represented!

 

The Harrison posted on 11/18/20

I know words cannot express our heartfelt sympathy for you at this time. Just know we are praying for you (Marlon, Ashanti, Phillip and Karen)

 

Auntie Rachel and Auntie Jeannie posted on 11/18/20

Dearest Nephew and Niece (Marlon and Ashanti) we are sorry for your loss and are praying for you. We will keep you in our prayers. Love you!

 

Grandma and Grandpa Harrison posted on 11/18/20

Marlon and Ashanti we love you and our praying for you. We know that this is a difficult time and we pray that God holds you close and grants you peace. We are here for you if you need anything!.

 

The Harrison Family posted on 11/17/20

To the Reed Family, You are our extended family. We are deeply sorry for the loss of Marlon Sr, our son-in-law; our prayers are with you. May God Bless and keep you!

 

Pastor Ross posted on 11/17/20

Our Prayer and Condolences are with you and the family, From The Bibleway Community Ministry Family

 

Paris Brierley posted on 11/17/20

I loved you like a brother, Scott because you were my brother. I cannot recount all the great memories that we shared together, but the ones that do come to mind will always put a smile on my face. Your story ended way too soon, because there was so much more to be written. I'm just glad that I had the honor, of being written in to your chapters. I love you brother and I will miss you every day until it's my turn, and I get to see you again!

 

CYNTHIA WHEELER posted on 11/17/20

Heaven gained another amazing angel. I feel fortunate to have known such a pure soul. Condolences

 

Deborah Wade posted on 11/17/20

I was so sad to hear of Marlon's passing. My prayers are with the family and friends

 

Julie Davies posted on 11/17/20

I have nothing but fond memories of Scott. He was always smiling and kind. Wishing you all peace and happy memories to get you through this difficult time. I lost my father to CJD and know this disease and how devastating it is.

 

Sharon Nolan posted on 11/17/20

Please accept my condolences and prayers ❤

 

ELAINE D HICKMAN posted on 11/17/20

To Family: May God give you strength, When yours is gone, May his grace and mercy carry you on, May his unending love he has for you, Revive your heart, and see you through. ..God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever....Palm 73:26 I will truly miss my Dear friend. my Bass player Marlon Love Elaine Hickman

 

Dr. Joseph G. Smith posted on 11/17/20

It was my pleasure to serve as one if Irene's physicians these last few years. I was able to sing a few bars of "Goodnight Irene" to her from time to time. She had a very caring family who remained concerned about their mother's well being. My condolences to her family and friends. May she rest in peace.

 

Ashley Lewis posted on 11/17/20

I first met Susan when she joined our Hospice Volunteer Program.

 

Ashley Lewis posted on 11/17/20

We will always remember Susan for her wonderful sense of humor, kindness to others and love for animals. As a member of HPCT's Volunteer Program she will be missed, and we are all deeply saddened to learn of her passing. Sending condolences to Susan's family at this difficult time. Please know we are holding you all in our hearts.

 

 

Michelle McDonald posted on 11/17/20

So many memories from bowling. She was a sweet gracious lady. Loved her smile and laugh.

 

Libby Furst posted on 11/16/20

I grew up knowing Susan. I hadn’t seen too often in the past few years but we had many mutual friends. She went thr Have known Susan for years and am very saddened not only by her death but also for the 30 + days she had to spend and her not being able to be with Robin in her time of need. She was a very caring person and will be missed by all!

 

Nancy Stillman posted on 11/16/20

Susan added so much life to our Norfolk General family in L&D. She had a way of making the most difficult nights more fun! You will be missed my friend. Condolences to the family.

 

Nancy Stillman posted on 11/16/20

Susan was a true friend and the life of our night shift at Norfolk General. I will always treasure the time we worked together. Condolences to the family. You will be missed my friend I have thought of you often over the years.

 

Jean A. Hudson posted on 11/16/20

Sorry to learn of Robert's death and my heart felt condolences to his family. I am the granddaughter of William James Grunter, Sr. and am sorry I had not kept in touch with your family. May Roberts soul and the souls of all the departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Into paradise may the angels lead you. At your coming may the martyrs receive you, and bring you into the holy city Jerusalem." BCP 500 .God bless

 

Nancy Sauvan Johnson posted on 11/16/20

Aunt Garland you were truly an inspiration to us all. May you be at peace and my God wrap his arms around you and your family. Love you

 

Regina Taylor Shedarowich posted on 11/16/20

So very saddened to hear of Susan’s passing. I worked with her at Norfolk General Hospital for 15 years & lived in the same neighborhood where our children went to school together. She was a kind woman & always had everyone laughing with the stories she told. She will be missed by all who knew her. Condolences to her family.

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 11/16/20

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 Marlon Charles Reed, 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, Marlon Charles Reed, 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 †

 

Beverly Hale posted on 11/16/20

Sending heartfelt sympathy and prayers to the Reed Family.

 

Biscuit Miller posted on 11/16/20

My prayers and condolences to the Reed family God Bless!

 

Veronica Cobb posted on 11/15/20

My deepest sympathies to the family

 

 

Kay F Harden posted on 11/15/20

Deepest sympathy to the family

 

Ronnie Baker Brooks posted on 11/15/20

I send my deepest Condolences to the Reed Family. Rest In Peace brother Marlon. RBB

 

Patricia Strickland posted on 11/15/20

My condolences and prayers to the family. ❤

 

Jennifer Wagner posted on 11/15/20

I met Scott in the Navy while stationed in Pensacola. He was truly one of the good guys and the nicest person. My heart goes out to Jacob, Kimberly and the rest of his family. Rest in peace Scott and love you.

 

Regina Nazareth-White posted on 11/15/20

My heartfelt condolences is extended to the entire family for the loss of your beloved.

 

TOM HENRY posted on 11/14/20

We will see you again soon aunt Betty. Our love and prayers to all her family. Janet and Tom Henry

 

Pam & PJ McGrath posted on 11/14/20

Lorenzo touched the lives of many people. I appreciated that he smiled and was kind. His parents should be proud to see so many people show up for his memorial ride. Every person on the ride knew Lorenzo and cared for him. It was touching and is a lesson to all of us to be kind to one another.

 

 

Pat Sanderholm posted on 11/14/20

I've known Scott his entire life. He was a gentle giant with a big heart! You are loved and missed by so many.

 

Joan Holloway posted on 11/13/20

Rest Easy Mr Allen, prayers

 

Joan Holloway posted on 11/13/20

Rest Easy Mr Allen

 

Joan Holloway posted on 11/13/20

Rest easy Mr Alken

 

Heidi Hyde (Marx) posted on 11/13/20

Growing up with him was pretty amazing! Riding bikes around the boulevard, ghost in the grave yard...just hanging out being kids!!! I remember how crazy it was to us that we had the same last name just spelled different. Mind blowing as kids... Rest easy my friend!

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 11/13/20

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 Robert L. Gunter, 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, Robert L. Gunter, 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 11/12/20

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 Lorenzo A. St. John, 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, Lorenzo A. St. John , 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 †

 

tommykokotinis posted on 11/12/20

can't believe it...omg

 

 

Colleen mothershed posted on 11/12/20

It was my pleasure assisting Tom these last 10 months. There were many times that I knew he wasn’t feeling well, and still gave me one of his amazing smiles. I will miss seeing him eating his coffee ice cream that he loved so much, and his funny facial expressions. I will miss you Tom ❤️

 

Robin Tatterson posted on 11/12/20

Cherie was an uplifting person. She was kind to everyone she met. She was an amazing mother and teacher. The world could use more people like her. Prayers for her and her family.

 

Donelle Ash posted on 11/11/20

I'm SO sorry to just hear of your loss. I loved your mom and have great memories with you and your family at your home during the time of our friendship. May we reconnect some day.

 

Robert L “Bob” Carter posted on 11/11/20

Brenda, so sorry to read of Bill’s passing. Just read in the Fall 2020 Long Blue Line. I was stationed with Bill @ Fifth District Office. NOTE: I am the son-in-law of the late Sam Keel.

 

Eileen Galyon posted on 11/11/20

I will always remember your smile and your good heart. Rest easy my friend.

 

Robin posted on 11/11/20

I remember Jan, you and I becoming fast friends in Elementary School, reading Nancy Drew books, a shared love of horses, swimming in the swimming hole, church Junior choirs, birthday parties, the list is endless. There were ups and downs all along the way, but you remained the beautiful soul you always were. Your twin and I will never let your memory fade. See you in a twinkling of an eye. Love ya Hun!

 

Michele Civitello posted on 11/11/20

Denny I Took one look at you and that smile 24 years ago and knew you were gonna be a part of my life forever .I Understood the man you were and you knew I Was always gonna be there for you no matter what . Even if we didn’t talk for awhile . If you needed me I Was here .You will always be a special part of my heart forever ,bond . Friends , ect... I Truly miss you . Love you always . May Angels surround your family with comfort . My tears are still falling but i think you would want happiness And laughter when we think of you . Love you & miss you

 

Michele Civitello posted on 11/11/20

Denny I Took one look at you and that smile and knew you were gonna be a part of my life forever . I Understood the man you were and you knew I Was always gonna be there for you . Even if we didn’t talk for awhile you knew if you needed me . I was here .We have a bond ,Friendship , love , respect ect ..and you are part of my heart forever . Love you always ! . Miss you terribly !!! May angels surround your family with comfort and love

 

 

Becky posted on 11/11/20

Until we meet again... Love you

 

Becky posted on 11/11/20

our friendship began 40+ years ago. Always in my heart. Never forgotten. Cherish our memories forever. Rest in peace my friend. Love you so very much

 

Connie Summers Viers posted on 11/10/20

I knew Angela quite a few years back while she worked in Operations at Sentara. She was a kind person. I am sorry to have now learned she has passed away.

 

Keith posted on 11/10/20

I just heard about Earl, brings back some good memories... RIP my friend.

 

Robbyn Taylor posted on 11/10/20

Dr. Keeler, I am so very sorry for your loss. Please know I am thinking of you and praying for peace for all those who love Judy.

 

Heather Howell posted on 11/10/20

I am so sorry for your loss, Dr. Keeler. Sending you prayers from Texas.

 

Cle and William Cousins posted on 11/10/20

Dr. Keeler, We are thinking about you and your family.

 

Nora Firestone posted on 11/10/20

I just learned today about the passing of my dear friend following concerns about unanswered outreach to her. Mary, you truly are, and always will be, a shining light in my life, my spirit and my memory. I love you much, you "cutest bird," and I cherish all that we've shared as trusted friends and business associates for many years. To all others who knew her and loved her as I did, I extend my heartfelt sympathy. Please let me know about her celebration of life when the details are set.

 

Clare Ernest posted on 11/9/20

Cherie really cared about her students, and she was always there with a listening ear if you needed her. I will remember your laugh and smile- You are missed Cherie-

 

Mike Haag posted on 11/9/20

Marie, our condolences to you and your family in Tom's passing. I know he fought hard until the end, like the Marine he was. Tom helped shape many a young man's life, both in the Marines and in the Commonwealth Challenge program. We enjoyed the many trips and drives along with you and Tom in your white MGB. Take care and God Bless.

 

Rob posted on 11/9/20

7 Months... 214 days. You are still in every thought. Moments I am okay and the next I can feel the whole in my chest throb. I am still finding my way back to good. Not there yet, may never get there, but I will keep trying. 4204

 

Judy Raikes posted on 11/9/20

I’m sorry to hear of Bubba’s passing.

 

Judy Raikes posted on 11/9/20

I’m sorry to hear of Bubba’s passing.

 

Sgt Jim Collins, USMC, Alpha, First Battalion 26th Marines, Khe Sanh Veteran (67-68). posted on 11/9/20

With deepest sympathy. Our prayers and condolences on the loss of your love one. Colonel Early will forever be missed by his family and all who knew him in some significant way or another.

 

Bob Elzy posted on 11/9/20

It is with great sadness for Gary’s family and many friends, but great joy for Gary, that I post these memories of my friend Gary. In the Navy it was always a joyous time when you received a promotion, Gary has now received Gods promotion to Heaven. It has been said of life that although you have many acquaintances, if you have a handful of true friends you are blessed. Gary was one of those true friends for me. We were stationed together in the Navy as aviation/aerospace physiologist on several occasions. We shared some great times and some trying times together. We enjoyed competing together from chess to racquetball. I would mention fishing but he seemed to always get the upper hand in that. We both liked old cars, and dogs, among other things. I remember an old El Camino, an old Pick up truck, and an old Volkswagen “ Thing“ , as some of his treasures. I remember Commodore, and Jojo as two of his favorite boxers. I remember a time when my son Jason was hit by car on the way to school. It was just after Christmas and my wife had stayed in Kentucky to help sick parents. As l went to work, I had dropped off my son at a friends house close to school so they could walk there together. Gary was at the emergency room with me when The ambulance brought my son in. Fortunately my son fully recovered from the accident but Gary and his family were a great help during this trying time. I remember his love for his children Brooke and Sean. I remember watching Sean play football. But above all these, I was with Gary when he turned his life over to Christ. Of all bonds that link men together to be brothers in Christ is the greatest!! Farewell my brother Gregory we will meet again!

 

Tracey Swindle posted on 11/9/20

Rest in peace Amy. I will always remember us talking and laughing. The world is a darker place without you in it. My sincerest condolences.

 

Tracey Swindle posted on 11/9/20

Rest in peace Amy. I will always remember us laughing. The world is a darker place without you in it. My sincerest condolences.

 

Deborah Bennett Jones posted on 11/9/20

Rest in Peace Amy. A beautiful person inside and out. Always so pleasant and could always make me feel like I mattered. I met Amy during my years at Wal Mart 1688. A joy to be around. You will be missed dearly by so many. Its been years since ive seen Amy but my heart broke when I saw that she had passed. My heart goes out to her family and dear friends and co workers.

 

Moni Grubbs posted on 11/8/20

Ohh Amy..my dear dear friend. My heart hurts. My mind cannot accept that you are gone forever. I love you dear friend . I will forever love you and miss you. Sleep in sweet peace knowing that I will never let your memory fade. I love you Amy

 

Stacey Woodlock posted on 11/8/20

Weinner.....so many memories you have made with so many ppl. So good to hear stories about you. We gonna miss you!!! RIP sister. I love u

 

christie posted on 11/8/20

my sincerest condolences on your loss. the man that caused this pain in your lives also affected mine 3 years ago. he tried to kill me in my own back yard. i had my day in court, the judge gave him 10 yrs, but suspended most of it. may your pain be lessened and peace fill ur hearts and justice fulfilled

 

Eileen McCrickard posted on 11/8/20

Cindy was a wonderfully different person who really made me think and question quite a bit. She was always there to help and I do not remember her ever asking for anything. My sister Theresa passed away in May and loved Cindy like a sister. Many prayers and blessings to Cindy’s family.

 

Gary Getman posted on 11/8/20

As one of my daughters Jeanne will be sadly missed, especially artistic talent in drawing horses, and carrying for animals

 

 

Monica hiller posted on 11/8/20

You were a sweet and kind sister loved so much by your family our world has lost your beautiful smile,your laughter and some good cooking I love you sis with all my heart

 

 

Shelia Mercier posted on 11/7/20

So sorry prayers sent, you were my sons home bound teacher for a year and when he went back he wanted to be with you so you made that happen ♡

 

 

Debby and Jerry Ferren posted on 11/7/20

Fly high beautiful angel. RIP

 

Debby Ferren posted on 11/7/20

RiP . Fly high angel

 

Thomas Denson posted on 11/7/20

I was deeply saddened to hear of Scott's passing. I had the pleasure of knowing and working with Scott. He was a regular attendee of our Bible study at work. He would often close us out in prayer. He will truly be missed. His family and friends are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Krista Lynn Kirk-Swindle posted on 11/7/20

All of our hearts are broken. Words cannot express how deeply missed Amy will be. Amy has touched so many lives. Her laughter will forever stay with me. She was never for a loss of words. Would light up any room she walked into. Never met a stranger. My heart goes out to Becky, Jenny. Brandon. Justin, the girls, and family. She had so many friends who will also deeply miss her. I love you AMY K! Our lives are forever changed. You are at peace my friend. Another angel among us. Krista K.

 

Cindy Adkins posted on 11/7/20

My heart goes out to Amy’s family and many friends at this time of grief. Amy will be in our hearts and memories forever. The A+ team misses you.

 

Susie Cottrell-Payfer posted on 11/7/20

Rest In Peace Amy, my thoughts and prayers are with the family, bless all in their time of sorrow. She was loved by so many.

 

Fran Moro posted on 11/7/20

Dear Becky, Brandon and Justin I am so sorry for your loss. Amy had one of the most beautiful smiles in the world. May wonderful memories bring you comfort and peace in the days to come.

 

LeeAnne Burge Snead posted on 11/7/20

Mark and my brother Chip Burge grew up in Azalea Acres. I had the pleasure of meeting him (again since I was younger than them) a couple of years ago!! Fly high & give my brother a hug from me Mark!! Gone too soon!!

 

Jeannie Sutton Odachowski, VWC 1981 posted on 11/7/20

My deepest condolences for your loss. I remember Cherie at VWC when she lived next door on Kellam Hall. We had a lot of fun together and a falling out or two which we made up. She obviously continued being a great lady and a loving teacher and mother. I know you are hurting so much right now, and I truly hope your memories provide comfort.

 

 

Jemeka Curry posted on 11/7/20

My condolences to the family.

 

LT Paul Garcia, USN, Ret. posted on 11/7/20

Colonel Thomas Early had won our respect at ChalleNGe. Respected of the staff under him was highly regarded by all who worked with the Colonel. To us, the Colonel was an extremely devoted Marine, maintained a cheerful disposition, worked very hard, always with a spirit of which you be proud. I realize that words alone can do little to console you and your family's loss. But I hope and pray that all who knew Colonel Tom Early will know that the Colonel will be greatly missed by all who served with him. May our condolences offer and provide some measure of comfort.

 

Leslie Garrerr posted on 11/7/20

Ashlee was such a sweet girl. She always worried about others. I knew she was a special person the first time I met her. It breaks my heart that she has gone so soon. I had hoped and prayed she would see her own beauty. Rest in peace Ashlee.

 

Richard Kurzenknabe posted on 11/7/20

Eternal rest grant unto her, oh Lord, and may perpetual light shine upon her. May her soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, Rest In Peace. Amen. Richard Kurzenknabe, VWC ‘79

 

LtCol Wayne Sparrow, USMC (Ret) posted on 11/7/20

We served together for many years and in many places around the globe. We also ran many miles together and shared many laughs. He was a great Marine who served his country with much honor and distinction. He also influenced the lives and careers of many, including my own, in many positive ways. Peggy and I wish to express our sincere condolences to Marie and the entire family. Semper Fi

 

David Ingram posted on 11/7/20

Served with Tom in Norfolk, VA, on ship and in Northern Europe. Ran many miles together and laughed frequently. Condolences to your family during this time. See you on the big 10k ahead!

 

Belinda Wood posted on 11/7/20

You will be so very missed. We loved You!

 

Brian J. Makin posted on 11/6/20

I first met Danny in the early 90s when I was 16 . We were a few years apart but that didn't stop our bond for one thing, MUSIC. We both played guitar and jammed together for many years sharing our skills along the to make us better musicians . We also played with a few of our friends along Brian Shulttie , Ricky Saddler ,Dave Brown, and many others . He was one of my heroes on guitar that showed me the way to the guitar player I am today .I will always remember as well as cherish the memories we had together even through the tough times . Yes he had his demons like each and everyone of us do in life. I want to send my thoughts and prayers to the family as well as other friends that are impacted from Danny being taken from us . Love will find a way and I know he is with us all for the rest of our lives. I will be getting some older music we had recorded as well as some newer stuff if possible for everyone to hear . We will also be throwing a gathering in the near future in his honor . Love you Danny and you will always be with us sir.

 

Whitney Vines posted on 11/6/20

Cindy was a remarkable person and friend. She was very smart and looked at issues from all sides. She was passionate in her beliefs and was always up for a debate. From the first time I met her at the Ramada Plaza Hotel till the last time I saw her a day before passing she spoke of her daughter Randi and would light up telling how much she believed in her and wanted her to live her best life. I always admired how hard she worked to provide and loved hard to ensure she could handle what life would throw at you. Cindy was true to her word and tried to help everyone. She was caring and compassionate and I will truly miss her. My thoughts and prayers are with Randi, her husband and brothers and the countless souls she helped along the way!

 

Linda posted on 11/6/20

God’s got his master gardener. make us proud Ms Jeanne we will miss you. Until we meet again ❤️

 

Roland W. Falana, Major, USMC Ret. posted on 11/6/20

RIP Colonel. Thank you for your service and influence in my life and career as a Marine Corps Officer. I will forever cherish the memories of serving together on Okinawa in 1973-74. Semper Fidelis

 

Bryon and Jessica Getman and family posted on 11/6/20

So so sorry her light is gone from this world!! You are all in our thought and prayers!! Take comfort in knowing her light now shines on us from above!!

 

Michael Thomas posted on 11/6/20

After over 20 years I have yet to find a friend more genuine, kind, and outright beautiful as Jeanne. I will hold her memory close to my heart for as long as I live. To all those who's day to day life has been altered by this profound loss, I pray you are blessed with strength, comfort, and peace during this trying time.

 

Pamela R. Long posted on 11/6/20

Truly sorry for your loss! I just now heard and Travis wants to let you know also how heartbroken he feels to hear about his friends dad. Tony was always nice and helpful!

 

James and Dora Epstein posted on 11/6/20

So sorry for your loss. May God hold you all in his loving arms. We love you Jeanne.

 

Sharon L. Disbennett posted on 11/6/20

So sorry for the loss of this beautiful soul. My prayers are with her twin, Janice, her nephew (my nephew) Joshua and with all the family. Rest in Heaven Jeanne! Your pain is over. Fly with the Angels.

 

 

Sandy Harding posted on 11/6/20

Rest easy and fly high

 

Anne Beatty posted on 11/6/20

My deepest sorrow knowing that Kris is no longer shining his light on all of us.

 

Anne Beatty posted on 11/6/20

I am so sorry for this great loss! Kris was my best friend, soul mate and has always been a part of me. I feel incomplete knowing he's not in this world. I have known Kris nearly my entire life and know the struggles he had and a lot he had overcome. He was often misunderstood, but had the kindest soul and energy of anyone I know. I'm planning a memorial to remember him, share stories , strength and love that will be outside in nature, which he loved. I hope that many will come to celebrate the life of Kris Ebron. My phone number is 757-693-1247. Mrs Schilling, please reach out to me as I would love for you to be there to celebrate your son with the people who loved him. My sincere condolences to you.

 

 

Brenda Gormley posted on 11/6/20

To my cousin Cherie’s family, I am sorry I did not get to know your mom well and that is on me. But please know she and you all are in my prayers during this time. There is no time limit on grief of losing a mom I know as I lost mine many years ago. Someone once told me it is okay to cry and miss our moms but she will always be with you. I can honestly say after 40 plus years I still remember special memories and they make me smile. I pray you have those of your mom. Mark we have talked and know I love you Uncle Morris my heart is sad for you both but I know your Faith you will see Cherie again love to all Brenda (Susie)

 

 

Renee Cahoon posted on 11/6/20

I will miss Mary. We had many trips to ew York to enjoy the theatre in our mid lfe years

 

Amanda Goodwin posted on 11/6/20

Cherie Ritter Luton you were pure sunshine. Everyone who was blessed enough to know you, you treated as family. You helped my son make SOOO much progress, and you were like family to us for the past 3.5 years. The world is at a loss because there are not enough people like you. I know you were ready, and you are no longer in pain, but you are irreplaceable. We will never ever forget you, and thank you for all the laughter, joy, and love you have brought into our lives. I’m sending so much love and many prayers to your family. Many God provide them comfort during this time. I love you and I know you are smiling down at all of us, not wanting anyone to be sad.

 

Sharon R. Tyler posted on 11/6/20

I met Ms. Luton in December, 2019 when I joined the NPES family and still remember her contagious smile and kind spirit. She had a way of making you smile in the midst of not wanting or feeling to do so. Ms. Luton's graceful spirit will always be remembered as I too lost my mother back in 2016 due to the same illness. I will always remember her and will keep your family in our prayers. Take care.

 

Chester Wilson posted on 11/6/20

Semper Fi Sir Carry on Marine.

 

Rob posted on 11/6/20

Happy Anniversary Angel! 21 years, 7671 days ago you made me the happiest I had been in my whole life. 211 days ago, that world fell apart. I am rebuilding but today hurts so much. I can feel your pull. Love you more, 4207 to go.

 

Michele Fritchie posted on 11/6/20

See condolence for memory.

 

Michele Fritchie posted on 11/6/20

I remember when Pastor Nuber came to Family Worship Center in York, PA. He was our minister of music and I and the rest of the congregation greatly enjoyed his ministry. One song I associate with him is "The Earth Shakes"; could he rock the house with that! About a year after he and his family left, I returned to California. It's been so long, I forgot his first name, but remembered his oldest son's name was Corban, and I just now looked him up and found this. He is no doubt rocking Heaven with great worship music!

 

Gary and Diane Lynch posted on 11/6/20

Our thoughts are with you during this difficult time.

 

Christopher R. Cupps posted on 11/5/20

R.I.P. Col. Early Semper Fidelis Kilo 3/26.

 

Michael Newcomb posted on 11/5/20

Scott and I passed through the same hallways in the Navy!! I hope he rests in peace. Thank you for your service!! We hold his family in our prayers. Our condolences.

 

Jacquelyn Herndon posted on 11/5/20

To the family of Mrs. Luton, Your mom was a very sweet woman. She always had a smile on her face and she could always make you smile when you talked to her. I grew closer to your mom when my mom was diagnosed with Acute Myloid Leukemia in September 2019. I went straight to Mrs. Luton and she gave me all the information I could ever need. Because of that information I knew what the doctors were talking about every time we had that daily meeting. We would talk about VCU and how great the staff was because ultimately they became our home away from home and our family. They were taking care of our mom. Mom passed away in February 2020. In 5 short months my whole world was taken away. No one will ever know the pain you feel because everyone's pain is different. Your mom was a blessing to many, especially her kiddos in her classroom. But your mom was also a blessing to me. She was there at a time when I needed her most. When the language I was speaking was foreign to every one else, your mom knew the language. I pray for you and your families. I pray for you today and every day from this point on. May you be comforted knowing she is pain free now and no longer suffering. May you be comforted in knowing that she was a great person and meant a lot to many. God Bless. -J. Herndon

 

Stephanie Gage posted on 11/5/20

Susan, You have my deepest condolences for your loss. I’m so sorry my friend. Sending you hugs, love and continued prayers. Love Stephanie

 

Courtni Rush posted on 11/5/20

Ashlee, my heart is truly saddened by your passing. But I take comfort in knowing that your heart and soul are now at peace. You were a true friend and you thrived on making people happy and making sure we all laughed and wore a smile everyday. Words cannot even begin to explain how big of a heart you had and the love you had for your family and friends was and always will remain inspiring. You were true to everyone and im going to miss your beautiful face and that contagious laugh. Rest peacefully my dear friend and this isn't goodbye but until we meet again you will truly be missed and never forgotten!!!!

 

Susan Ottino posted on 11/5/20

To know Ashlee; was to know love, laughter, and true kindness... With a little bit of stubbornness mixed in there too! Ashlee really had the biggest, most loving and giving heart of anyone I have ever known. I know she will be missed by many, and my deepest condolences and prayers go out to all of Ashlee's family! Ashlee, Words can't begin to express the sadness I feel about you leaving this earth way too soon. But I take comfort in knowing that you're finally at peace now. I know there will be a day when our souls cross paths again... And until that day comes, I will continue to miss you and love you always, friend!

 

 

Trish Powell posted on 11/5/20

Daniel meant so much to me in my life. He was the kindest person I ever met. He had a sweet spirit about him, he always tried to make right, even when he did wrong. He played the guitar like their was no tomorrow. Daniel tried to help others, even though he had so many struggles. I will always miss Daniel, he will always be in my heart. The bible says the first will come last and the last will come first, so I know Daniel is in heaven and I'll see my little brother, friend in heaven. You were taken away too soon but never to be forgotten. I am so saddened. I just want to let the family know that I am so very sorry, you are in my prayers. RIP my little brother, Daniel Page, I love you and miss you, until we meet again in heaven.

 

LtCol Kip Naugle USMC Ret posted on 11/5/20

I ran with Tom in Hawaii - Barbers Point and Honolulu. I'm very sorry for your loss. Semper Fi, Colonel.

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 11/5/20

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 Cynthia Capps, 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, Cynthia Capps, 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 †

 

Sandra Armand posted on 11/5/20

My dear sweet cousin, I have all great memories that I will forever cherish and keep in my heart. I send my sincere condolences to the family and pray for comfort during this difficult time.

 

Melody Lee posted on 11/5/20

Bobbie was extreamly talented piano player. I grew up with her daughter Jeanette and had MANY sleep overs. Loved hanging with her family and there was never a dull moment. Laughter was something you could always plan on. She was a great mom and a great wife. God has himself an angel for sure.

 

Barbara and Robert Spadaccini posted on 11/5/20

Janis there just aren’t enough words to say how sorry we are or that can fill the void of Kenny’s passing. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers and how much we love you. We know that heaven is truly brighter with Kenny there. All our love.

 

Julie Cunningham posted on 11/5/20

So very sorry for you loss. Tom was a great and caring man. I will miss him immensely.

 

Jack and Carole posted on 11/5/20

Marie and Family, We have enjoyed Christmas Eve with Tom at High Street. Thanks for the memories!

 

 

Laurel Cousins-Denney posted on 11/5/20

Ashlee my heart truly breaks for everyone who loved you sweetheart & they will always remain in my prayers! I pray your now at true peace & God hugs you tight & let's you soar like an Angel like you've always dreamed. We miss you!

 

Louis Roath posted on 11/4/20

Semper Fi Tom

 

Alexis Wright posted on 11/4/20

Daniel was a valued member of our team at TWF Construction. He was a hard worker, reliable, honest and would help out wherever was needed, without hesitation. His laughter and smile were infectious to everyone on the job site. He will be sorely missed by his friends and co-workers. Please know that your entire family is in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Love, The entire TWF Construction team

 

Carl Freeman posted on 11/4/20

Semper Fi my friend. Save a place for me!

 

 

Louise Carpenter Gaskins posted on 11/4/20

In memory of our Classmate, Mary Virginia Hamilton, Norview Class of 1955

 

Louise Carpenter Gaskins posted on 11/4/20

The Norview Class of 1955, are sending to the family of Mary Virginia Hamilton condolences, on the passing of our classmate.

 

 

Victoria FELTON posted on 11/4/20

You will be miss

 

 

A. Marine posted on 11/4/20

Semper Fi Marine, Rip.

 

Joan Cox Lynch posted on 11/4/20

My deepest condolences and sympathy to family. May Arnold Rest In Peace. May you experience God’s love and comfort.

 

Whitney Stephens posted on 11/4/20

Daddy i miss you so much not a day goes by I dont think about you I jave so much I want to talk to you about i wish you were here to see me fight that demon everyday for 3 years now I wish you could meet your grandson jacoby glenn I wish I had your lap to sit on and shoulder to cry on I wish I could hear your voice ill never understand why God was ready for you when I wasnt ready to lose you especially under the circumstances I miss you every day daddy forever your babygirl

 

Michael Daniel posted on 11/4/20

On behalf of my family and I, I offered our condolences to the Elcock Family on the passing of Arnold, a brother and a great friend,, may God continue to bless the family at this time as they greave the loss of a Husband, father and great friend, may he rest in peace and rise in glory, be strong, be safe, God Bless.

 

Michael Daniel posted on 11/4/20

My Deepest sympathy to the Elcock family, from my family, may he rest in peace and rise in glory, may God continue to bless the family as their mourn the loss of a Husband, Father and a great friend, God Bless.

 

Harold W Johnson posted on 11/4/20

Fair winds and following seas my Barbadian brother.

 

Carol Briley posted on 11/4/20

Ms. Dorothy: So thankful for your Christian friendship while a member at Atlantic Shores Baptist Church. Your sweet memory remains in my heart as I think of you each time I make your Louisiana Pound Cake or Sour Cream Coconut Cake recipes. These desserts have become family/friend favorites on birthdays and holidays and your recipes have been passed along to many so your beautiful memory lives on. Praise the Lord you reside with Him and loved ones forever!

 

Lisa Garmon, Anna Varella posted on 11/4/20

On behalf of the Varella, and Garmon family we send our Deepest condolences in your time of mourning. May Crisy Rest In Peace and also in the Eternal arms of the Lord forever. 1st Corinthians chapter 13 v.7-8 Love Bears all things.Believes all things.Hopes all things.Endures all things.Love never ends. Love Always, Aunty Anna & Lisa Garmon

 

 

Gwendolyn Pearson posted on 11/4/20

It was an honor to know you, sweet cousin. I love you. Rest Easy.

 

Liz Evans posted on 11/4/20

I have no words, but I know that GOD knows what he is doing doing!

 

Heather Earley posted on 11/4/20

Crisy was the most generous, loving and kind person. She always thought of others before herself. She will truly be missed. We know she is shining bright above us all . We love you all!

 

Linda Westergard posted on 11/3/20

I remember Danny as this sweet little boy who used to deliver my newspaper when they still had paper boys. He was always polite to me and always had a smile when we saw each other. I lived in my house for 40 years and I have known him that long. I am so sorry for the lost to his family may he rest in peace.

 

Bill and Evelyn Colonna posted on 11/3/20

Did'nt know you and Janis very well but thought the world of you. You were one of the best employees of Colonna's Shipyard and we will miss you dearly. Bill and Evelyn

 

PatMosier posted on 11/3/20

RIP Kenny, I know you will be missed by many, I will have a beer in your honor, you were loved by many

 

Rob Swiatek posted on 11/3/20

Gretchen--My condolences to you and your family on your father's passing. You'll miss him tremendously, I know. I thank you for being the wonderful caretaker to him that you were through his final months and days. Your dad was one of my oldest friends in the UFO field, as he was there in 1986 when I stumbled into a Fund for UFO Research meeting wondering how I could be of help. For years we'd see each other at far-flung locations across the U.S. as we attended one UFO conference or another. We had countless meetings and events in the Washington Metropolitan Area--your dad's comments and, yes, antics always keeping us in stitches. Now he's gone. Bon voyage, mon ami!

 

Stephen Perry posted on 11/3/20

Jack, While I never met Judy, I know you adored her and cared for her for all of these years. We are sorry to hear of her passing and wish you all of God's comfort and strength during this time. Our Prayers are with you and the family.

 

Stephen M. King posted on 11/3/20

My deepest condolences, Jack, on the passing of your beloved. I pray God's very best for you as you move forward with the memory of your dearest wife. God bless. Stephen King

 

Gina posted on 11/3/20

Ashlee You are now with your Heavenly Father where you are truly free! You were loved and will be missed. One sweet day we will be together again rejoycing. Love you, Aunt Gina

 

Victoria Hewitt posted on 11/3/20

I always thought you were so good looking and I loved your laugh. My heart is broken that your gone.

 

Angela Collier posted on 11/3/20

I met Ashlee just recently through her brother, Joshua. I was struck by her love and devotion to him and her family. I had the honor and privilege of holding her hand and saying a prayer with her. I wish I had spent more time with her and known her a bit better. My prayers, love, and sympathy go out to this dear family. May God comfort you ALL. May He give you peace.

 

Thomas Wheaton CDR MSC USN-ret posted on 11/3/20

Let me first give thanks and praise for my friend Commander Gary Gregory MSC USN. I loved Gary and everything he brought to life from his music to his deck-plate Navy experience. I was blessed to know him upon my entry into the Navy I ran into Gary and worked with him a number of times; the last time was about 10-15 years ago when we haunted the cubicles of NAVAIR. I’ll never enjoy again having him over to the house to play guitar. I’ll miss our exchange of Christmas cards. I’ll miss my “once a year or so” calls to touch base, hear his voice and tell a few Phys sea stories. Gary was a Christian and a good man. I knew Gary's strength was fast fading the last time I spoke with him. Laura and I are crestfallen at Gary’s passing, but better for having him as a shipmate and a friend. Fair wind and following seas. Christ’s peace for Angela and the family.

 

William Taylor. A.K.A posted on 11/3/20

Ash, you were like a little sister to me. Fly high. We had great times together

 

James Wise "Wingnut" posted on 11/2/20

Kenny and I worked together at Colonna Shipyard. He was like a mentor to me. I was a young helper and he was an experienced mechanic. Kenny and I had gotten so close I asked him to be my best man In 1998. Couldn't have asked a better man. Kenny I will miss you so much. Thank you brother for everything you taught me in life and we will see each other again some day.

 

Sharon Gedville posted on 11/2/20

Gretchen-- I'm sorry for your loss. I truly enjoyed your stories of your father's UFO research. He was a wonderful man who raised a strong daughter. My prayers are with you and your family. .

 

James Wise "wing nut" posted on 11/2/20

I met Kenny in 1992 working at Colonnas shipyard. We instantly hit it off. I enjoyed working with Kenny he was such a great mechanic I learned so much. After work we hung out playing horse shoes and working on our boats together. Kenny and I had gotten so close I had asked him to be my best man. I couldn't think of better person to ask to do that. I will miss him greatly.

 

Carlos & Arlicia Ellis posted on 11/2/20

Condolences and Prayers to the Family. God bless you all.

 

Carlos & Arlicia Ellis posted on 11/2/20

Condolences and Prayers to the Family. God bless each and everyone of you.

 

Pastor Paul Wilson, II. posted on 11/2/20

Endtime United Ministries offers its most sincere condolences and expressions of love during this time. Arnold is special to us, as his quiet demeanor is only eclipsed by his love, faithfulness, and kindness to others. We will miss "St. Clair", but know that God will bless and keep the family as he has taken flight to be at rest. We love you, and are here for you!

 

Sonya Garrison posted on 11/2/20

Another angel to look over us ! Rest in peace Kenny

 

Angela Zierhart posted on 11/2/20

I was honored to be able to know and love you. Please give Catie a big hug for me. Love you forever!

 

David Klobnock posted on 11/2/20

May your family find peace in the loss of Gary. I had the pleasure of working with him briefly here at Pax River, a kind and gentle soul. I truly believe that no one is ever truly gone, they live on in our memories forever. I am quite sure he has truly found fair winds and following seas.

 

 

Jessica Taylor posted on 11/2/20

I love and miss you Uncle Kenny! Enjoy your beer and guitar picking while you watch over us!

 

 

Patsy Smith posted on 11/2/20

I miss you so much Kenny. Until I see you again I love you!

 

Keri posted on 11/2/20

Love and miss you so much dad.

 

Jenny Bezzo posted on 11/2/20

Kenny and I worked together for over ten years. He is hands down one of the nicest men in the yard. I'll miss you Kenny, rest in peace.

 

Carol Sage posted on 11/2/20

So sorry to hear of your loss Alan. I hold you and your family in my thoughts and pray your faith and fond memories help ease the loss of your father. Warmest Regards, Carol Sage

 

Roger Smith posted on 11/2/20

I will miss you greatly Kenny. I will miss that laugh you had. Rest easy my brother.

 

Keith Kuhnemund posted on 11/2/20

Kenny and I have worked together for over 20 years, couldn't find a better guy. Dedicated to his work and admired by many. His was a mentor, a teacher and a friend to many. You will be truly missed Kenny, my sincerest condolences to Janis and the rest of your family. Rest in peace my friend and God bless!

 

Gail Slicum posted on 11/2/20

You and Garry have been in our prayers and we will continue to pray for comfort and peace over you and the family. I know he’s with the Lord feeling healthy and happy. God bless him. I loved Garry and always enjoyed when He, Angela and Pat played at church. He always had a smile and kind words when I spoke with him. He will be missed by all who knew him.❤️

 

Kristina Myers posted on 11/2/20

Great person to work with! Very easy going person, so friendly.

 

Cathy Dalton posted on 11/2/20

Another one gone too soon. I enjoyed our talks over the years and running into each other at one even or another. We had many laughs together while working at Commerce and BB&T. God, bless Debbie and the family with your love and strength during this time.

 

Rachael Ryan posted on 11/2/20

I had the pleasure of working with Gary at NAVAIR. I will forever remember his responses to the question "how are you today". With a twinkle in his eye, he would say "finer than frog hair" or "if I was any better I would be triplets". You could hear the happiness mixed in with the Tennessee in his voice. He will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

 

Rachel D. Vonner posted on 11/2/20

My condolences to Gary's wife Debbie and his family. I worked with Gary at BB&T, now Truist. Gary always had a smile on his face no matter the situation. Gary will be greatly missed by the BB&T, now Truist team.

 

Angie Juneau posted on 11/2/20

R.I.P Ashlee...

 

Robert Vakos posted on 11/2/20

Shocked and saddened to hear the sad sad news of Gary's passing. The last time I saw him, he came by my house to show off his new Harley. "Livin the dream." Condolences to the family. Bob Vakos

 

Kristina Gossett posted on 11/2/20

Gary was a great guy and will be missed. I enjoyed working with him. I will miss his smile and jokes.

 

Angela Sadsad posted on 11/2/20

Gary was such a great guy! I so enjoyed working with him and listening to his stories, taking in his jokes, and absorbing the little life lessons with which he would gift me every now and again. He loved talking about his children, his vacations and various adventures. At the same time, loved listening to mine. He taught me a lot as a young banker and I always respected his wisdom and experience. I will miss him very much. My condolences to the family. I know this is a difficult time. God bless.

 

Howard R. Sykes, Jr. posted on 11/2/20

I met Gary around 1980 as a banker but we soon became friends. He was my lender for many many years and my advisor on the business side of my life. He was always fun to be with and always was the life of the party. I will miss him and know I have lost a true friend that can never be replaced. My condolences go out to his family who he loved more than can ever be measured.

 

Gina Miles posted on 11/2/20

Craig and I are so sorry to hear about Walt. He was a lovely man and we enjoyed talking with him and Clair over the years. They were wonderful neighbors. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

 

A. Walker posted on 11/2/20

You have my deepest condolences. Gary will truly be missed!

 

James Armstrong posted on 11/2/20

Condolences to the surviving Snead family members and friends. Prayers to and for each of you. May Denis rest in eternal peace with the dignity and respect he so deserves.

 

 

john lynch posted on 11/2/20

To the Webb family So sorry for you loss. Gene I know the pain of losing a brother , lost my wonderful brother Will several weeks ago.

 

John and Sharon Peterson posted on 11/2/20

Sharon and I extend our deepest condolences to the Jones family for the loss of Gary. You should be comforted by the outpouring of love from his friends, co-workers and family.

 

Ms. "B" Johnson posted on 11/2/20

My condolences to the family. I only met Mr. Elcock a couple of times and he was so quiet. But those couple of times were good times. May God Bless the family and give you strength during this time. you Mrs. Cat !!

 

Sam Johnson posted on 11/2/20

To the Carstens family: I am Sam Johnson, DECOM CO. I remember Petty Officer Dirk Carsten very well. He an the entire Missile Division were some of the best sailors I ever had the pleasure of knowing and working with. May he rest peacefully in the arms of our Lord, Jesus. Sam Johnson CDR, USN (Ret'd)

 

Billie Ackerman posted on 11/2/20

I worked with Gary at BB&T. He always had a smile and funny story or comment. A conversation with Gary always included lots of laughs. He was very friendly and made everyone feel special. I am thankful that I got to know Gary and work with him. He will be missed. Hugs and Prayers to his family and friends.

 

Rich and Chanda Chiles posted on 11/2/20

Our hearts go out to you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Ronald H. Williams posted on 11/2/20

Dear Chuck and Family, On behalf of the City Treasurers Office, I want to extend to you our sincerest sympathy on the loss of your Father. Jack was a great guy who had many friends. He will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. Sincerely, Ronald H. Williams, City Treasurer, and Office Staff

 

Dee posted on 11/2/20

Love you Nannie. Give PopPop, Kathy and Jennifer a hug for me. You will be missed

 

Anita posted on 11/1/20

My special cousin always made everyone and everything important and gave his full attention to whoever he was speaking with. His soft spoken voice, his beautiful smile, and personality always made everyone seem special. I am so sorry for our loss here on earth, but I know that he is rejoicing with our family in heaven. God bless him for his tremendous service to our country and to God! Go rest high on that mountain Gary! And you now sing with the angels!!! We will miss you! Until we meet again! Love You!

 

Karen and Butch Pierce posted on 11/1/20

I was shocked and saddened to hear my friend Gary has passed on. He was one of the good guys and will be missed by me and many others. My thoughts and prayers to the Jones family. Heaven has received one of the good guys.

 

Virginia Ferguson posted on 11/1/20

My prayers and condolences to the family

 

Virginia Ferguson posted on 11/1/20

My prayers and condolences to the Family.

 

Jeanne Hughes posted on 11/1/20

Rebecca, so sorry for your loss. I know you are finding comfort knowing he is soaring with our Lord and painless. You will meet him again one day! Praying you will find comfort in your loss.

 

Linda Tatum, posted on 11/1/20

I was so saddened to hear of the passing of Gary. I knew Gary from working with him at BB&T for many years. He could always make you laugh and brighten your day. He will be truly missed. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Chant Hannah posted on 11/1/20

Thank you Gretchen .Your father was a great man, a legend in the UFO community and a loving father whose deepest commitment was to his family. We all grieve the loss of this iconic, serious UFO researcher who helped us in countless ways through his non stop hard work on the UFO topic. We lost a true luminary regarding the UFO topic and more. He was a brilliant man with exceptional mental abilities, talents and skill sets that allowed him to pursue the UFO topic in a relentless fashion, never allowing no for an answer. If the world had more folks like your extraordinary father, we would have achieved so much more by now on our planet regarding science, technology and more. Thank you for sharing your love of your caring, wonderful father with the world and letting us know of his passing. We all owe Larry W. Bryant a debt of gratitude for his insatiable curiosity for the topics we all love to research and attempt to learn more about. -Chant Hannah Talk Show Host of UFONN The UFO News Network Sunday https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiDZpKs9chx0gqmVh8Fu3Eg/videos

 

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

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 Arnold St. Clair Elcock, 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, Arnold St. Clair Elcock, 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 †

 

Jack Smith posted on 11/1/20

My dad is in Heaven as he loved the Lord and was saved. He had spoke in church a few times and went on two mission trips. Since 2014, I became his care giver and during that time we became very close. I’ll miss you dad.

 

Don Busby posted on 11/1/20

Ashlee I still can't believe you are gone from this earth but I know you are in peace now and God has one of his best angels with him now. I sure do miss talking to you and although I would get upset sometimes when you would ask me for money I wish you were here to ask me for some money now because I miss everything about you. You will remain in my heart always !

 

Elise Danielle Givans posted on 11/1/20

Lady on earth,Angel in heaven I love you sooo much baby girl!!!!MUAH!

 

Linda Brown Claytor posted on 11/1/20

Dear JoAnn and Family, I am so sorry for the loss of your husband, father, brother and uncle. Cancer is a terrible disease that robs us of our family. Praying that GOD gives you the strength to endure this loss.

 

Linda Brown Claytor posted on 11/1/20

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Tom Hasty posted on 11/1/20

I will miss Gary’s humor (usually at the expense of others) We worked together at Commerce Bank and BB&T. RIP my friend.

 

Robert junie Burgess posted on 11/1/20

Will always remember playing basketball on a bicycle rim on Riverside drive having fun as kids. May your soul rest in eternal peace.

 

Sydney Sherrill Gingrow posted on 11/1/20

Bunny, I am thinking of you and your family during this sad time. Take good care of yourself.

 

HAL PHEENY posted on 10/31/20

Dear Angela and family, I was Gary's senior officer and instructor when he was accepted into our Aviation Physiologist family. He came to P'cola as a fresh commissioned Ensign. Gary was recognized early for his sincerity, professionalism, and willingness to learn the basics of our profession. His smile was so contagious, even when he didn't know the answer! I have known Gary from those days until he retired and then again when he became a NAVAIRSYSCOM civil servant. His dedication to do the right thing and support his superiors was demonstrated many times during our time working together. I hope you and your family find solace in Gary's successes and reputation for being a True Christian.

 

Cathy Simpson posted on 10/31/20

I worked with Gary at BB&T but I also went to high school with him. I’m glad our paths crossed. He will be missed! My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends!

 

Deborah Barber Shields posted on 10/31/20

You will be missed Ty Love you cuz

 

Deborah Barber Shields posted on 10/31/20

Tyrone you will always be in my memories. Love you cuz

 

Don L. Miller posted on 10/31/20

Life is our greatest gift that God has given us. Death may be our only bridge back to eternal life and into our loving father's arms. Certainly, heaven is rejoicing now, for another Angel has finally reached his true home.

 

Wayne Smith posted on 10/31/20

I worked with Gary as an Auditor at UVB in the 1970s. He was my banker and friend for many years. My condolences to the family. He will be missed by many.

 

Emily T Price posted on 10/31/20

A exceptionally wonderful guy that made me smile everyday! He surely made the workday better and fun. His quick wit and sense of humor will surely be missed by all. Blessed I was able to cross paths with Gary. One of kind!

 

Bruce Gary Lalonde posted on 10/31/20

Fair winds and following seas Shipmate

 

Lupita Fowler posted on 10/31/20

Gary was so kind. He always said things to make me smile. I will miss his visits at my office. Prayers to his family for their loss. A great guy.

 

Marguerite Dixson posted on 10/31/20

You will be missed forever.

 

Lori Zongolowicz posted on 10/31/20

I was so saddened to hear of Ashlee's passing. I have fond memories of her as a child. Please know my heart is with the family and you are all in my prayers.

 

Ernie Bush posted on 10/31/20

Ty, Rest In Peace My Brother! You were a friend from when we first till the end! We shared a lot of good times on the court, in the attic listening to music and riding around with Phil in the city. Glad that we stayed in touch even when you moved to Va. Never had a bad word to say about you cause you were just cool that way. Miss you brother but will never forget you!

 

Linwood Nelms posted on 10/31/20

Enjoy working with Gary as auditor with UVB. Proudly followed his banking career. Was always pleasant to be around. Condolences to family

 

 

Mitzie posted on 10/31/20

Your And your family are in thoughts and prayers! Love you Lynn!

 

Paul Angelson posted on 10/31/20

Gary was a great friend, person and my banker for over 25 years. May his memories be eternal

 

Leanne Fern posted on 10/31/20

Karen was always a shinning star to me and my husband, every time we went into the food lion sto where is worked. I will forever remember her " where is my boyfriend " meaning my husband, always a laugh with it. Rest in peace good friend. Your not alone anymore. Love you baby.

 

Yana & Ywana Rivers posted on 10/31/20

Ty you will be missed greatly. There is a void in the village. Praying for your soul and your family. Love you much. Rest in Gods arms he got you now.

 

Frances S. Downes posted on 10/31/20

My condolences go out to the family. Gary was a special person!

 

 

Dustin posted on 10/31/20

Nannie I love you with all of my heart and I will miss you with even more. Give Pop Pop a hug for me and tell him I love and miss him equally.

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 10/31/20

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 Gary David Gregory, 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 David Gregory, 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 †

 

 

Lynn Louis posted on 10/31/20

Ty words can't express the loss I feel now that you have transitioned & you have been given your wings! I will forever love you! You were my protector, the best big brother a sister could ask for. You never got mad at me when I would go up in your room and play music on your stereo system, you would come home & say "just dont scratch my records & I would say ok Ty I wont! Then you would sit & we would listen to music together & you would let me play what I wanted to hear, thanks Ty for loving me always no matter what! I promise to take care of mommy, she took it hard but she is being strong, so please continue to watch over us, we love & miss you, see you on the other side. Forever in our hearts!❤❤

 

Adrienne Ross Sanabria posted on 10/31/20

Lynn, My Deepest Condolences are with you and your family. May God Bless you and I am truly sorry for your loss. Sleep in Paradise Ty.

 

Helen Tinsley posted on 10/31/20

Sending love, prayers & condolences to cousin’s Lynn & (Mom) Joanie. May your memories comfort you, Fly with the angels cousin Ty.

 

Jack and Kathy Bell posted on 10/31/20

Gregory Family, Words can not express our feelings. Prayers for the Family. We ask our Lord to continue to hold Angela and all family members together as you deal with the loss of Gary. Healing to everyone as we all know Gary is in the very best place. Knowing we all heal differently let us all focus on holding one another up in daily prayers. God Bless everyone.

 

Paul Wolfe , NR. posted on 10/30/20

May GOD Bless the entire family . Tony will always be remembered as a fun loving , loyal friend that will be greatly missed by us all .

 

CDR Kim Littel posted on 10/30/20

Passing our deepest condolences to the Gregory family. Both Corey and I had the privilege of working with Gary at 4.6, as well as knowing him during his active duty days as an Aerospace Physiologist. He was an excellent mentor to junior officers and his kind, approachable personality was appreciated by all. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

CAPT Brian Bohrer posted on 10/30/20

To the Gregory Family. Wishing you peace and condolences from Gary's current active duty Navy Aerospace Physiology Family. I personally had the pleasure of working with Gary at NAVAIR after his retirement from the Navy and can attest to his true professionalism and continued mentorship to those of us that followed in his footsteps. May God Bless you all.

 

Ms. Barrett & Sgt. Davis posted on 10/30/20

I had the pleasure of meeting Gary through his wife on a couple occasions. He was always very kind and welcoming. We extend our deepest condolences and prayers to his family.

 

James Wilt posted on 10/30/20

We all want to offer our prayers, along with those of our ESOH team for the service Gary made in service to his country both on Active duty and again as a civil servant. The Bible says "Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be comforted." I believe that God will shed his blessings on you and your family at this time. These are times when our Faith is tested the most, and yet it is Faith that will see us through the sorrow and agony of this loss. I know that your faith will keep you strong. Please know that the prayers of so many people are with you and your wonderful family. I hope that you can find some solace in knowing that your loss is shared so deeply. I pray that God gives you the grace to carry on. You can be proud of Gary and his service to his country. It was my honor to have served with Gary in the Navy and work with him again as civil servants making a difference for our Men and Women of the armed force. In Deep Faith, James Wilt

 

Jim Krenek posted on 10/30/20

Peace be with you all at this time. I had the pleasure of knowing Gary in the Navy and during his civil service career, I will miss our prayer time

 

Joe Strickland posted on 10/30/20

My sincere condolences for the family and friends that knew and loved Gary. You are in the thoughts and prayers of many people who are grateful to have known him.

 

Donald Busby posted on 10/30/20

Daddy will always love you and I know someday we will be together again

 

Donald Busby posted on 10/30/20

Ashlee struggled with addiction for years but she had a beautiful heart and soul and would help anyone that needed it

 

 

Don Busby posted on 10/30/20

Ashlee struggled with addiction for years but she had a beautiful heart and would always help if she could ❤

 

Robert Roy posted on 10/30/20

Gary was one of the most gracious, friendly, and humble people I have ever had the pleasure to meet. I had the privilege of working closely with him the past several years and heard many of his wonderful stories. We developed a bond having both been natives of East Tennessee and often talked about our love of the mountains. He will be deeply missed. May he rest in peace.

 

Ayesha Eatman posted on 10/30/20

My deepest condolences to you Lynn and Momma Joan and your entire family. I remember this game photo I believe it was in the year book. I experienced that game play by play via my sister Kendall. I am keeping you all in pray. Ty was a warrior and survivor of this lifes twists and turns. He will always be loved and remembered living in many hearts.

 

Alicia Ford posted on 10/30/20

Lynn ..I am truly sorry and saddened about your loss. You know I share your grief. You my big sister and i'm here for you.

 

Mike Dunavant posted on 10/30/20

May Psalm 23:1-6 provide some comfort for you. Prayers for the Gregory family.

 

Harold Washington posted on 10/30/20

My deepest condolences to the Crooke family . RIP my brother Ty.

 

Ben-Hur A. Soloria posted on 10/30/20

To the Gregory family, my heartfelt condolences. May his loving memory fill the void he left behind. My prayers for the family's peaceful journey throughout this tragic time.

 

Trudy Ashley posted on 10/30/20

Praying for Angela and family at this time.

 

Sylvia H Cliver posted on 10/30/20

My prayers are with you and the family. Gary was a wonderful man and I so enjoyed his music. I loved to hear Gary and Angela sing, so beautiful. I love you all

 

 

Pina Eugenio posted on 10/30/20

we are very sorry for the loss of Tony he was a very nice person we will miss you Pulcinella greets you Tony

 

Sherry Sherrill posted on 10/30/20

Bunny and Betsy, I am so sorry to hear about Keith’s death. I remember a couple of visits when he and Scott were around. He was a cute kid and handsome man. I am sure he will be missed by all. Much sympathy—

 

Destinee Harris posted on 10/29/20

I’ll never forget you Tyrone! You used to come into Wells Fargo and make me laugh and smile with all your jokes. I’ll miss you

 

Deborah Manning posted on 10/29/20

I have such fond memories of Ty in HS, watching him play Basketball. Ty was a wonderful person and he will be truly missed. My deepest condolences and prayers are with the family.

 

 

Danielle "Sissy" posted on 10/29/20

This is so hard for me to believe, so hard to comprehend that I can no longer message you or video call with you. I will love you forever Ashlee and miss you so much. No more pain and no more struggle...rest in God's arms...Sissy loves you.

 

Jeff "Hawk" Hawkins posted on 10/29/20

My cousin Tony was one of my hero's when I was growing up. Playing baseball, football, crabbing off the Elizabeth river. Good ol sleep overs at aunt Wilma's and uncle Charlies. Think of us and tony's neighborhood friends as the movie Sandlot and that is how we rolled. Tony I will miss you and all my life nurturing during the times we were together. Thank you Rebecca, Gene, Paige and everyone else for being great and loving family members. Tony rest in peace. Love Jeff Hawkins

 

Kisha Pope-McCray posted on 10/29/20

Lynn I am truly sorry for the loss of your brother Ty. I am so grateful to have the chance to meet him and the laughs we had. Keeping you and your family in my prayers. Sincere condolences.

 

 

Melinda Ireland posted on 10/29/20

I miss you Ashlee. Gone too soon for me. Your free now. Love you girl

 

 

The Markowskis posted on 10/29/20

No words can convey how sorry we are for your loss.

 

Tosha Felgenhauer posted on 10/29/20

She was a friend from first conversation. Super funny and silly. Huge huge heart, and loved her family more than anything. I remember that's what she talked about most. Heaven is so lucky to have her. R.I.P and God bless

 

Uncle Ernie and Karen posted on 10/29/20

Tony is loved and will truly be missed...We could always relay on Tony for any help we needed.The Lord must have needed a great electrician and called him home. Condolence to all he left behind.

 

Susan (& Robert) Swiatek posted on 10/29/20

Larry was a much-beloved member of the Fund for UFO Research (FUFOR) for many years. I, Susan, heard for so many years about Larry's wanderings through the Pentagon and his gathering up of so many treasures he found which he would display on his famous "Larry's Rack" of wonders. Visitors would come by to chat and see his latest finds. One time he actually found discarded UFO photos! Real paydirt! The Fund folks would sometimes shake their heads at Larry's latest lawsuit aimed at a military paper, trying to force them to allow his ad to run; another ad beseeching UFO witnesses from the military to come forward and contact him. Larry was an excellent writer whose writing needed very little or no editing, and that's saying a lot coming from Rob Swiatek, expert editor and long-term Secretary-Treasurer for FUFOR. He peppered all manner of publications and newspapers with his many letters to the editor, lobbying for the UFO cause. I remember fondly bantering with Larry at various UFO conferences and he would sometimes have daughter Gretchen in tow. Many were mesmerized by the fact that Larry produced such a beautiful daughter. Larry would occasionally grace me with his presence at my Virginia MUFON meetings and take the floor to discuss his most recent Citizens Against UFO Secrecy (CAUS) march on the White House. When Larry's twin Robert suffered a stroke and began to decline, Larry visited him regularly and tried to help all he could, moving to the Virginia Beach area. You could see the empathy on his face with a bond that only twins can know. Rest easy Larry, explore the mysteries behind the veil and lead the way for the rest of us -- a role you played in this life. RIP Larry W. Bryant, UFOlogist and warrior for the cause.

 

Bill Hardison posted on 10/29/20

I am so sorry to hear of Tony's passing. I have known him for many years. I have never met anyone with the caliber of class combined with the strength of character that he had. Such an honor to have known him. God bless you Tony and bring comfort to all you love.

 

 

Francine Baillie posted on 10/29/20

Ashlee, fly high, fly free. You are truly missed.

 

Karissa Torcom posted on 10/29/20

To Karen and all of Anthony's family and friends, We are lifting you up in prayer. Anthony was a good friend to Brendan. He will be fondly remembered and missed. May God comfort and bless you, The Torcom family

 

Jamie Johnson posted on 10/29/20

I am so sorry to hear of Tony's passing, we went to school together and he was always a great guy, sorry to hear of his illness, he will not be forgotten and will be missed by many, my thoughts and prayers are with him and his family

 

Cheryl posted on 10/29/20

You are in my prayers! Love you! words can never be enough but God has your back

 

Andrina Watson posted on 10/29/20

Lynn I am so sorry for the loss of your brother. May he rest in peace and be at peace now. I will keep you and your family in my prayers. My heart goes out to you and your mother. May God comfort you in this time of need.

 

 

JoAnn Hoofnagle posted on 10/29/20

So sorry for you loss. Thinking of you and your family. Hugs and prayers.

 

Helen Moore posted on 10/29/20

So sorry for your loss. Sending our hugs and prayers. Rick and Helen

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 10/29/20

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 Denis Fred Snead, 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, Denis Fred Snead, 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 †

 

Patrick Williams posted on 10/29/20

Ty was a great friend he helped me in a time of need I will forever be greatful and will miss our calls about life and sports. I will never forget you man!!!!

 

 

Martha Chestnut posted on 10/29/20

My sister you will always be with me. Your light will always be shining....

 

Larry Curry posted on 10/28/20

Ken you were a treasure to me, I'll always remember our laughs and even tears when you lost your dear wife. You are so talented with music and I know Heaven is enjoying it now! I'll always remember you and you are safe now in the arms of Jesus...you made it to heaven before me(I'm jealous). But God needs you now and me later..so I will say goodbye for now my dear Ken.

 

Joseph Trusty posted on 10/28/20

You will be missed always Ty, I’m glad to have known you my friend. It was a pleasure to have you as a teammate on the court. Rest In Peace

 

Uncle and aunt R.J. and Patty Wilson of Troutman. N.C. posted on 10/28/20

Our love and condolences for this family loss.

 

Uncle and aunt R.J. and Patty Wilson of Troutman. N.C. posted on 10/28/20

Shocked to learn of Keith's passing and wish to offer condolences to the family. Especially to his mother " Bunny " ( our niece ), and his aunt Betsy and uncle Boyd Spruill. Will be remembering all during the next few days of his life celebration and prayers for peace and tranquility in this loss.

 

Tona James posted on 10/28/20

Losing someone you love is never easy. It’s through the memories we keep close to our hearts that we begin to heal and find peace. Keep his light bright by keeping your memories of Tony and share them often

 

Jessie Cook posted on 10/28/20

Sending my deepest condolences Ty you will be missed but never forgotten

 

Claude Aiken posted on 10/28/20

Crook my Brother You Rest in Peace. Ill see you at the Crossroads

 

Kathy Crossett posted on 10/28/20

Ken, thank you for all your beautiful musical talent. You will always be in my heart. I know Steve welcomed you home as did so many others. Peace to your family.

 

OLIVIA Kaufman Lewis Fenner posted on 10/28/20

Rest Well in Heaven Tyrone, I know you playing ball with Bud, Joe Fenner . Gone But Never Forgotten. My Sincere Condolences to your Family and Friends. 2020

 

ChaCha Vaughn posted on 10/28/20

To my best friend since we were 12 and 13 years old; my decades long road dog, I love you brother

 

ChaCha Vaughn posted on 10/28/20

To my best friend since we were 12 and 13 years old. Love you my brother my decades long road dog/ ride or die

 

Maj Cleve Blouch (USMC Ret) posted on 10/28/20

I went through OCS, TBS with Chris and was in the 1st Marine Division together (he infantry and I artillery) for our first FMF assignments. My wife and I hung out with Chris and Donna all through those times and our first children were born at Camp Pendleton. We lost touch after I retired in 1992, but they stopped and visited with us on their way to Camp Pendleton in 2001 right after the events of 9/11 (he had just left the Pentagon for a new assignment with the 1st MarDiv). It was nice to see them, of course, and it was great to see them again. We were shocked and greatly saddened to learn of his passing recently and our hearts and prayers go out to Donna and the rest of their family. He was a true friend and brother in arms. Semper fi Marine.

 

 

Mark Bronston posted on 10/28/20

Good Morning Cousin I will make sure all my memories of you will be of all the good times we spent together and standing by each other through the thick and thin and loving each other no matter what' we always Loved each other more like Brothers more than anything and I'm so thankful God allowed me to share the times we had together so even now as my heart is heavy I can still see you smiling and I know I will get to be close to you again'you already know the Love I have for you' you Rest in Power now Cuz until we get to do it again I Love Brother you always showed me you Loved me Thank you so much

 

JoAnne White posted on 10/28/20

sorry to hear of your Dads passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families. Our son Rodney Jr, always went to your mom and dads at Christmas when they lived in Shadowlawn,to play with the train under the tree. he had Ms. Pont at Seatack, he loved her. Your parents were always so kind to our Family, My mother-in-law Gladys worked at Barrs Pharmacy and thought highly of your parents. Pharmacy and loved you Mom and Dad. We will always cherish the fond memories of your Mom and Dad.

 

Allison Layton posted on 10/28/20

Rest in heavenly peace my friend. You will always be loved and missed.

 

Bob Delbridge posted on 10/28/20

I know Tony's family is going through a rough time and the road will be long, peace and calm be with you.

 

 

Ru-Man posted on 10/28/20

Awesome dude! Although it's been years since we hung out, I could write a book on Tony, the great times we had. So laid back, always a joy to see. One great memory, IR class of 1980, spending graduation at Duck camp ground. Tony had the coolest car among all of guys, his white VW bug, Classic. RIP My Brother!!

 

Rosina and Mike posted on 10/28/20

We regret we didn't get the chance to meet Tony personally but we do know and love his awesome brother Gene and wife Joyce and just knowing them we know he was a wonderful man. Our love and prayers are with all the family.

 

Willie P Edwards jr. posted on 10/28/20

To my friend Fly Ty gone but never forgotten me and the kids will miss you.

 

Cheryl and James Lee posted on 10/28/20

Words cannot describe how sorry we are at the loss of your son. You and your family are in our prayers, thoughts and hearts always. Ryan will be missed by so many. All our Love, Jim and Cheryl Lee

 

Cheryl and James Lee posted on 10/28/20

Ryan Anderson

 

Sharolyn Macklin posted on 10/28/20

Rest In Paradise Tyrone, you will be missed.

 

Alice Marzovilla posted on 10/28/20

My prayers for peace go out to to Tony’s wife Rebecca, his family and friends. Tremendous loss for all. RIP Tony you will never be forgotten.

 

Rick Allard posted on 10/28/20

The entire Watson Electrical family offer our heartfelt condolences to all of the Webb family during this difficult time. We will miss Tony, his smile and laugh, his honesty, integrity and as a beloved teammate. God Bless and rest in peace.

 

David Collins posted on 10/28/20

Please accept my condolences on Tony's passing; a good man gone too soon. I will keep you all in my prayers as you deal with this difficult time. Grieve the loss, but remember the pain will ease. Remember the good times; those memories, will always be there and will sustain you. I'm sure Tony and Jimmie are already putting together a horseshoe tournament for the angels. Again, my thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Carlos and Linda Perez posted on 10/28/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Condolences to the family.

 

Marcus Mullings posted on 10/28/20

My fellow Gemini and beloved friend words cannot express the loss your friends and I feel by your transition. The flesh has retired but your spirit will live everlasting. Swish “TY” just made another basket, Love ya big fella! R I P ❤️

 

Robin Bonney posted on 10/28/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. God bless.

 

Paul and Julie Hudgins posted on 10/28/20

Rest in Peace Tony, to a great guy, a great person, always able to make everyone laugh and smile, condolences to the Webb family!

 

Janet Hedrick posted on 10/28/20

I learned a few pointers about how to grow vegetables from Tony and always loved walking through his beautiful vegetable garden. He was so kind, generous and fun to be around. Just a great guy and an awesome friend. He will be forever loved and missed.

 

Melanie Crooke posted on 10/28/20

My funny, loving cousin Ty. You will always be remembered as a gentle giant. I love you and will miss you! Mel

 

 

Becky Long posted on 10/28/20

I meet Denny when I worked for his mother who loves him dearly.He would come to WV for a visit he would always help me tend bar and we had the best time.His smile would always light up the room.He was loved by all.R.I.P. Denny and we will see you again.My thoughts and prayers go out to his Mother and the entire family and his friends.

 

Wanda Radcliff posted on 10/28/20

My deepest condolences. RIP ❤️

 

The Guntz’s posted on 10/28/20

Our deepest sympathies. Jack & Cathy Guntz

 

Jack and Cathy Guntz posted on 10/28/20

Your deepest sympathies

 

Jodi Newsome King posted on 10/28/20

Romaine, My heart breaks for you, as you maneuver your way over the next days and months. Your dad led such a wonderful life, leaving so many treasured memories for you and your sister to relish for years to come. The music from the ‘rat pack’, the love story of your mom and dad, the viewfinder photo ❤️ and their never ending love for you two. I’ll continue to be here for our talks, and when things aren’t like “budda”, know that we’ll find joy in knowing “The best is yet to come” my sister.

 

Dr. Hugh E. Scott posted on 10/28/20

RIP to my brother Ty. You will be missed.

 

Robin Tull posted on 10/28/20

To the man I always referred as “Mr. Hartley.” We met 25 years ago when you came across an article I had written on financial planning. I remember our quarterly meetings where you always urged me to be better to do better and always liked that I put God first in my life. I will miss our regular phone calls and lively discussions. I am so thankful to have known you and to have called you “my friend”. May God give peace and comfort to the family. Robin Tull

 

Dave Pokraka posted on 10/28/20

So sorry to hear of Tony’ passing. My condolences to you and your family.

 

Derrick Crooke posted on 10/27/20

My condolences to my cuzzfamily gonna miss u cuzz RIP

 

Otis Williams posted on 10/27/20

My Condolences goes out to the family! Gonna Miss You Crooke.

 

James and Shirley Yanello posted on 10/27/20

Dr. Geib is remembered fondly by Jim from his time at Norshipco and I had the honor of meeting him at Naval Dental Center, Norfolk. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.

 

Mark Moore posted on 10/27/20

The Lord took another one from us way too soon.Tony was an awesome guy.

 

Uncle Dennis and Betty posted on 10/27/20

I have know Tony, marrying into the family 44 years ago, he was such great young man. We remember all the family gathers with him, his family, his m and dad. May God be the fay and we pray that Tony is in God's hands with the rest of his family. A young man gone too soon.

 

Jesse and Susan Harrell posted on 10/27/20

We are very saddened by the loss of Tony. We wish we could be with you at the time of sorrow but are unable to because of health reasons. May God bless each of you and just know we will be there in our hearts. We Love all of you. Jesse & Susan

 

Steve Rowan posted on 10/27/20

Im so sorry to hear about Tony's passing. He was a great guy and will be remembered fondly. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time.

 

Debbie White posted on 10/27/20

When I came to your house for the first time Tony made us feel welcome. He never complained about feeling bad or the journey he was going through. You two were lucky to have found each other and shared your live for each other. Hugs and condolences for you, your family and friends.

 

Kathy Nelson Ballew posted on 10/27/20

A great guy. He always had a smile for anyone who needed it. We were classmates. Another gone way to soon. Prayers for his family. Rip Tony

 

 

David Lee Ferrell posted on 10/27/20

If you ever needed a smile, Tony always had one to share. What a joy it was having his input and contribution to the IRHS Class of 1980 20 Year Reunion. You left us too early, Tony. ;'(

 

Vincent Senires posted on 10/27/20

I can remember Walt telling stories from years ago , gardening, getting his pool ready and his total dedication to Claire.... He heaped tons of praise to Romaine and Monique.... He was extremely proud of them!!!!!!

 

 

Nancy A Jones posted on 10/27/20

Dear Jerry, Im going to miss you so much. Rest in peace Dear One. Thank you for the Memories.

 

Sandra Jerue posted on 10/27/20

Momma, I went to work today it was hard to do but, it help to keep my mind clear. I hope that your doing good and watching down on Daddy as he misses you so much... He needs you to let him know that its ok and that you will watch over him...Sheila said that he put some cough drops on your side of the table for you and that he kept going back to bed thinking you would be sitting there when he got back up So please momma talk to him and let him know that its ok and that you are ok that you are still with him in his heart and he in yours.... I worry about him and you going to be with God so soon has him so lost... I love you and miss you so much... I to wish that you didn't leave us... You are forever in my heart my thoughts I wish I could just hear your voice calling my name again....

 

Donna Fairfax posted on 10/27/20

I was sad to hear of Billy’s passing. Know that it is only temporary. Jesus said he’s sleeping now. Please know you and your family are in our prayers for comfort at this time. What a beautiful write up of Billy. Love Donna

 

CSM (Ret) Harold Hunt Sr. posted on 10/27/20

Once again God saw the road was getting rough, and the road of life had become too hard to for SGM Bernard L. Weigle, USASMA Class 37 to travel and called him home. There is nothing that anyone can say or do to take away the pain or bring you peace in time of sorrow, but the NCO Corps will offer our heartfelt condolences and prayers that in time the pain will easy and the memories of these heroes will carry through each day and night. The NCO Corps thanks him for his selfless service act and his willingness to defend the United States of America and all that we hold sacred. Though tears can never bring him back, we hope that our tears express our gratitude for the sacrifice that they made and our sorrow at his passing. Additionally, the NCO Corps thanks everyone for keeping him and his family in your thoughts and prayers. There are many in the ranks that believe for every fallen sergeant major like him there is a star shining brightly up above to remind us of the precious gift God has given the Corps. Rest easy, sleep well my brother. Know the line was held, your job is done. Rest easy, sleep well. Others have taken up where you fell, the line has held. Peace, peace, and farewell… CSM (Ret) Harold Hunt Sr. USASMA Class 16 Author, ”100 Sergeants Major of Color” SGM (Ret) Harold L. Hunt Jr. USASMA Class 55 CSM (Ret) Shirley A. Hunt USASMA Class 53 & the entire Hunt family

 

Jessica Newill Cohen posted on 10/26/20

Romaine and Monique - I am so sorry for your loss. Your parents were such a big part of my childhood, and I have many fond memories of swimming in your pool, having fun at one of their luaus and just walking up the path to see who was home. They always welcomed me with kindness. Thinking of you.

 

Bill Moisant posted on 10/26/20

I'm so sorry for your loss. Ben was a great Soldier and friend. I will miss him.

 

Bryan Rex, Adam Rex, and Jerry Rex along with everyone at Cornerstone posted on 10/26/20

For Jerry's Family, we join you in mourning the profound loss you are experiencing. Having known Jerry for the past 20 years, but more importantly, being part of the human condition ourselves, we understand the complexity of what you might be feeling right now; and trust the Lord to be with you during this time. Jerry brought such a lively addition to any conversation and he is going to be missed! Family, please know that he spoke fondly of you when he was with us and he loved you very much! The Lord bless you and keep you, The Lord make his face shine upon you and be gracious to you, The Lord lift up his countenance toward you and give you peace. From Numbers 6:24-6

 

Jamie Sisler posted on 10/26/20

I am so sadden to hear of Ben's passing. We worked together and golfed together when we were stationed at Ft. Monroe. Ben was such a fun loving great friend, leader, and man. Sending you healing prayers.

 

Darlene Matheny posted on 10/26/20

I never met your dad, but I've known his daughter for years, he sounds like a wonderful person, the same person I see in in his daughter, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, you my friend are just like your father, a wonderfully happy person to all you meet, you have your father's heart, smile and loving personality. I send my deepest condolences to you and your family. May you rejoice in knowning that he is with his loving wife and family. Sending my love ,❤️

 

Ralph McKracherne posted on 10/26/20

I'm so sorry for you loss of a wonderful man and my friend. He was kind and very helpful with any need I had. He will be missed on this earth. God Bless You and your Families.

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 10/26/20

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 Admiral Philip O. Geib, 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, Admiral Philip O. Geib , 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 10/26/20

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 Ryan D. Anderson, 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 Veteran, Ryan D. Anderson, 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 †

 

Sandra Jerue posted on 10/26/20

Momma, I'm going to sleep tired Jimmey and I have been working on your flowers and they are looking good... Night I love you

 

Paula Meo Burns posted on 10/26/20

Mr. Jones had a huge impact on my life as my high school choir director. He was more than a teacher of choir- he taught you about life. He touched so many lives and I’m proud I was one of those! When I saw this my heart was heavy and prayers go out to his family. Your father was quite a wonderful person.

 

 

Paula Meo Burns posted on 10/26/20

Ken had a profound impact on me as a student in high school. He cared deeply about the students and the craft. He was an ultimate teacher and human being! He will be missed. Prayers to his family!

 

Rebecca and Richard Hackett posted on 10/26/20

Our condolences to the entire Clark family for the loss of Billy Clark, a great son, brother, husband, father and grandfather. We never met Billy but through his brother, Zak we learned of his loving kindness and generosity of spirit. We pray that during your time of bereavement that you cherish those beautiful memories you hold so dear. May God bless you all.

 

Brian and Diana Carlson posted on 10/25/20

Our deepest condolences. We made so many great memories we will always cherish . A fun loving man! He will be missed.

 

Kail Ruffner posted on 10/25/20

We want to express our sympathy to the entire Jones family. We have many fond memories of Ken and Donna at Kentucky Christian College. At one Christmas party for faculty and staff, Ken and Donna provided the musical entertainment. We always thought he was our Kenny Gee. Also, his performance of "Bring Him Home" was a great memory. Kail and Rosalyn Ruffner

 

Bob M. Drake posted on 10/25/20

To Ken Jones' family, I offer my deepest, sincerest condolences. The world needs more people like him, and it's a much sadder planet without his presence. If you'll permit, I'd like to share my thoughts and memories of him. Shortly before Donna passed, I had an opportunity to speak with her over the phone for the first time in decades and tell her how much she meant to me. Last year, for the first time in about 45 years, I had the chance to visit Ken and take him to dinner while passing through Newport News. I said the same to him. As a high school senior at Mooresville in 1970-71, he & Donna were like parents to me in many ways. They offered kindness, guidance, and support. More importantly, they modeled the kind of person I wanted to become. Often Ken & Donna welcomed me back to their home after I graduated, until they left the area and we lost contact. We were able to reconnect after many decades, and I recognized that they still remained the same – warm, caring and compassionate people. During my visit, Ken and I reminisced about that year at MHS, and Ken remembered far more details than did I! He shared photos from that year, talked about his fond memories, and chatted about many of the people we had known. Ken also talked about his life since he left Mooresville. He was manifestly proud of his children, proud of the work he had done with the church, proud of the music he produced, and proud of the legacy he would eventually leave. It's not that he spoke of his pride. It was just patently evident from the gleam in his eyes as he talked about his life. His heartfelt appreciation for its experiences brought obvious joy to him. He was clearly grateful to the Lord for every opportunity he'd been granted. He talked about the students he knew (many of whom still remained in contact), and the wonderful life and love he and Donna shared. He recounted when they met, and how others were "smiling and pointing fingers at us, saying what a perfect couple we'd make." Those people were right. Obviously, he felt that his greatest legacy was his children, and he talked about his love for them during much of the evening. It's impossible to recount everything he said (we talked for many hours), but he was unmistakably happy with how he'd lived, even while he was still overwhelmed with the loss of Donna. As we finished the evening, I assured him that he was deserving of all the respect and success he'd achieved. He was a man who shared his love with everyone, and it's clear that everyone loved him in return. That's as good a measure of "success" as exists. Kenneth Jones was, without question, the most significant teacher in my life. It's evident he had many, many students who felt the same. He was not only a truly remarkable teacher, but a truly remarkable human being who lived up to the ideals in which he believed. He will be deeply missed, but his memory will survive in those who knew and cared about him. He was an incredibly rare person.

 

Vicky posted on 10/25/20

I was in shock when I got the phone call on many levels my little one had no idea what was going on. Since I am left in the dark it was a shock. One dayynlittle one will know who you are but the only pic of him and you. The day he was born and you where holding him. It is what it is and I cannot change it. I was around.

 

 

David A de la parra (Rhett) posted on 10/25/20

Dear Monique and Dear Romaine. It was always the highlight of a the trip down to VA Beach to visit my sister because it would always mean you'd get to see Walt and Claire and the both of you. He would always have bread baking and greet you with a fantastic smile on his face. He will be missed. Rhett

 

King and Melody Culbreth posted on 10/25/20

May hope and peace be yours today and always. Prayers for healing and sympathy.

 

Dorian and Roger Newill posted on 10/25/20

Romaine and Monique, Walter will live on in our hearts and memories as a loving and giving man who was always there to lend a helping hand to us, whether it was gardening, cooking, fishing, or even babysitting. We treasure the friendship he and Claire provided and will always remember them together.

 

Eddie Whitehurst posted on 10/25/20

Monique and Romaine, I am so sorry to hear this sad news of the loss of your father. He was such a sweet man to me growing up and was always kind, and loved my crazy antics. He never judged me and we became fb friends and shared stories and photos. I feel very fortunate that you invited Paul and I to have dinner with both your parents a few years ago. I know Claire is with him and he will always be watching after you both. Thinking of you

 

Sandra Jerue posted on 10/25/20

Good morning momma, I've been up off and on just can't sleep as i am missing you so much. I am so lost without you

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 10/25/20

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 Walter Joseph Pontbriand, 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, Walter Joseph Pontbriand, 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 †

 

Sandra Jerue posted on 10/25/20

I love you Momma

 

Ben Knick posted on 10/25/20

Monique, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Jessica Lombardi posted on 10/25/20

Dear Monique, Larry and I send our love, prayers and deepest sympathy to you and your family. Although we never knew your sweet Dad, he sounds like an amazing man. I know how much you loved and cared for him and his artistic talent definitely made its way to you. God bless you dear friend. Love, Larry and Jess Lombardi

 

Walt and Lu Knapp posted on 10/25/20

This is Kim Knapp’s Mom. Just wanted you to know how sorry we are. May the memories you hold dear bring you comfort.

 

 

Christina Budnick posted on 10/24/20

I love u uncle brian this is so sad u will be missed u will be with ur brother now. My thoughts & prayers are with the family

 

 

Christina Budnick posted on 10/24/20

I love u uncle Brian u will be so missed u are joining ur brother my thoughts & prayers are with the family so sad.

 

Cindy (Gunter) Sanders posted on 10/24/20

Oh Monique and Romaine and family. I am so sorry for your loss. Your father and mother are both fondly remembered for hosting our 3rd grade end of year party at your home and we got to go swimming. Later in life, I have enjoyed his posts and memories. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Love to you all.

 

Angela and Scott posted on 10/24/20

Sending my love to you Monique and Romaine. I have all wonderful memories of your father. He was so kind and sweet. He enjoyed life and sure loved his family. I smile as I think of him reunited with Claire. What a love story. ❤️

 

Kevin Zarth posted on 10/24/20

I had many great times with Walt, but my favorites would have to be the times he and I went fishing together. I loved Walt like a son because that the way he always treated me. I will forever miss him. My condolences to his daughters, my sisters. I love you both and am always here for you.

 

Linda Ostroski posted on 10/24/20

Yes he was a very sweet man, he will be missed. He would talk to us over the fence when he was at your house we always enjoy it. Steve and Linda

 

Cherie Kunze posted on 10/24/20

Monique and Family, You are all in my thoughts and prayers. I am so glad I had a chance to meet your sister and brother-in-law in Williamsburg. Your family was truly blessed. May you feel all the love and support you have from those around you.

 

Joanne Tompkins posted on 10/24/20

Love you Monique. You were a wonderful daughter to your dad. My prayers are with you.

 

 

Romaine Knepp posted on 10/24/20

I will love you forever, dad.

 

Nikki Bellamy posted on 10/24/20

Condolences to my dearest friend Joann Clark and the entire Clark family! Although I was Joann’s friend and prayer partner for almost 30 years, I came to know Billy thru her. We would laugh and joke about the Cowboys whom he adored and I loathe. He was an awesome provider and father to his family. Billy you will be greatly missed and now I have to find another cowboy fan to taunt.

 

 

Katrina Tucker posted on 10/24/20

So sorry for your loss may your fond memories help you through this sad time.

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 10/24/20

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 SGM Bernard F. Weigle, 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, SGM Bernard F. Weigle, 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 †

 

Robin Allen posted on 10/24/20

Jim was a awesome friend to many may he Rest in Heaven. You are missed dearly much

 

Cynthia F Chappell(Player) posted on 10/24/20

My condolences to the Clark Family. Billy was a kind person and I remember him with a kind heart and always smiling. May he Rest In Peace.

 

Jill Stuart-Hill posted on 10/24/20

Jo Ann (Moochie), My heart is heavy for your loss! You and Billy have had a devoted and loving relationship for 40 years! What a blessing! I know God will continue to bless, heal, and keep you and the kids! Rest in Heaven, Billy! Your work on Earth is done!

 

John M.Walls Jr. posted on 10/24/20

RIP MY BROTHER

 

Karon Hodo posted on 10/23/20

My sincere deepest condolences to my friend Michelle and family, we bless God for his life I love your Dad We thank you Lord For keeping your covenant.....Mr Weigle you are missed..

 

Karon Hodo posted on 10/23/20

My sincere condolences to my friend Michelle and Family, May God Comfort and keep U all .I love your Dad. God Bless The Weigle family ...We Bless God for His Life ...We glorify his Name ... We thank you Lord for keeping your Covenant. Mr Weigle U are missed...

 

Cleve & Tracy Sims posted on 10/23/20

Our heartfelt condolences you are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Martha Chestnut posted on 10/23/20

I will never forget how my sister was by my side after a near fatal car accident back in 1982. She helped my husband look after our 2 young daughters while trying to look after her own family. She took me to my therapy and doctor appointments. My big sister you will always be with me. You always thought of others needs before your own. I love you so much your baby sister, Martha

 

Krystel Posadas posted on 10/23/20

Mr. Weigle, I haven’t had the honor to meet you in person but I feel like I know the man you are through your son. You are a man of integrity, strong work ethic and respect. You hold your family and fellow soldiers close to your heart. I know your legacy will live on through your son. He is kind, loving, generous and strong. You have given your life to raise your family and serve and protect our country. You are so very loved by all. Thank you for bringing Ben into this world and raising a man that makes this crazy planet a better place. Sending all our love to your ohana at this heartbreaking time. I hope they find comfort in the memories and knowing they had the gift of you in their life. Love, The Posadas Ohana (Krystel and Aya)

 

Rosie Martinez posted on 10/23/20

Toni my dearest friend,Michelle, Benny and all the grandkids, my deepest condolences to you all. My thoughts and prayers are with you always. Ben was an amazing man and loved you all with all his heart.

 

Samantha Williamson posted on 10/23/20

Grandad, Adam, Gage, Lucas, Miles, myself and other friends and family miss you dearly. We will continue to keep you in our prayers. We pray that you can watch down on us as Gage and I continue to grow together. We pray that you can find someone to talk politics with. We pray that we will forgive ourselves for what could’ve, should’ve, would’ve been. “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” -Matthew 11:28-30 Forever in our hearts xoxo.

 

 

Sandra Jerue posted on 10/23/20

Momma, Today is the day you brought me into this world and use to be happy for me except knowing that i am just getting older lol but, it's not a happy day anymore as you are not here. I wished that you hadn't left and I could still get your phone calls telling me Happy birthdays and I can't or will not anymore. I can't celebrate this day without you here so from this day on this day will be a remembering you as all my days. I need you , miss you I am just so lost as my heart breaking... l love you momma

 

Barbara Ellington Ruhl posted on 10/23/20

Mr. Jones was the most influential teacher of my high school years. He pushed me with encouragement to have confidence in myself and do things I never thought I was capable of doing. He definitely made my high school years more enjoyable for sure. Being in his high school choir made me a more confident, out going person. I will never forget him. I send my deepest condolences to his family.

 

Barbara Ellington Ruhl posted on 10/23/20

Mr. Jones was the most influential teacher in my high school years. He gave me encouragement and guided me through finding the courage to believe in myself and do things I never thought I would do. Being in his choir made my high school years more enjoyable. I will never forget him. To his family I give my heartfelt condolences.

 

Michelle Hedger posted on 10/23/20

Michelle, I’m so very sorry for your loss. Keeping you and your family in my prayers. Please let me know if you need anything. Love you, girlie

 

Michael and Linda Clark posted on 10/23/20

Our hearts are heavy in the loss of our brother and brother-in-law Billy Clark. We know that you are rejoicing in heaven with your brothers and the Lord! Rest-in-Peace our brother! No more pain, no struggles! You are free! We will always love you and keep you in our hearts!

 

Amber Brady Everton posted on 10/23/20

Brian we love and miss you so much. We hope you know just how much you were loved. ❤️

 

Tammy Faulkner posted on 10/23/20

I am so sorry for your loss. Ben will be missed by many. He was like a father figure to me. I even called him Dad. We will meet again!!

 

Frederick R. Dixon Sr. posted on 10/23/20

Gary & Harry: please accept my condolences.

 

Kay Freeman posted on 10/23/20

Ben, So sorry for your loss,Praying for you and your family

 

Anthony & Rebecca Cardamone posted on 10/22/20

Mr. Jones was a kind, devote religious man whose love of music was shared with everyone he came in contact with. The world will be dimmer without his musical talent, but heaven will gain new life with his songs. You will be greatly missed. Our condolences to Karl, Chad, and Maria.

 

Pam Lopez posted on 10/22/20

So sad! Ben was always so much fun. We have so many memories to cherish. Love you Ben!

 

Diana Hadley posted on 10/22/20

I thoroughly enjoyed teaching with Ken and working on some musicals with him at Mooresville High School. I will always reminder the way he punctuated great stories with a wonderful laugh.

 

Gene Smith posted on 10/22/20

Very Good Friend. And Coworker.Many Laughs. Will Be Truly Missed !

 

LuAnne Freeman Smith posted on 10/22/20

Mr. Jones was my favorite teacher in high school, a huge influence in my musical life, and will always remain close in my heart. My condolences to his family and friends.

 

 

Cheryl Kinsey posted on 10/22/20

Rest in peace

 

George Jr (Beep), Feven, Mikias, Rafael, Rahel, and Lukas posted on 10/22/20

Be though at peace Uncle Billy. You will be missed dearly and it has broken my heart. As I look through my mind's eye, you have been part of every major milestone in my life. You've always had encouraging words in both good and bad times. You took me to my first concert--Manhattans, OJays, the 4 Tops.... The soundtrack of my life is not complete without a though of you accompanying those songs. You showed me what it took for a man to work hard to take care of his family. I've seen you work 2-3 jobs and never complain. You just put your head down and got it done. May God Bless you on your continued journey.....

 

Karen Rhodes posted on 10/22/20

I just shared one of Michael’s beautiful pieces with a friend this morning and was so sad to find he has passed from this mortal existence. His work brought me joy.

 

Valerie Overton posted on 10/22/20

Sister Joann, I am so sorry for your lost. I pray God will continue to watch over you and your family and give you comfort and peace as only He can.

 

Linda (Gajderowicz) Esterline posted on 10/22/20

Ken Jones had such a positive impact on my life! I was one of many who loved and adored him as our choir director at Mooresville High School. My sincere condolences to his family. I will miss him greatly, but I take comfort in knowing I will see him again.

 

David Hopkins posted on 10/22/20

Ken was such a wonderful caring man. My first memory of him was when he first came to teach at KCC. His first day I had a General Music class with him. He began asking questions to get an idea of the base level of musical knowledge in the room. I was able to answer a couple of questions correctly. He didn't know our names yet so he started calling me Beethoven and another classmate Bach. Later I got to know him outside of the classroom and found him to be a caring husband and father. I am glad that he is reunited with Donna, the love of his life and able to worship (in person) the one he has been worshiping and leading others to worship here on earth. My prayers are for his family.

 

 

Sandra Jerue posted on 10/22/20

Momma, Please give me strength today as I need you to help me... Please look down on Daddy to give him strength to as I know today will be very difficult for us all... Maybe can you talk with Daddy and let him know that your ok now and its ok that you will be with him that you need him to be strong for you, himself , his children and family that your love and strength will guide him through this difficult time... I love you Momma and wished that I could just talk to you again... Love your daughter, Sandra

 

Andrea Moody posted on 10/22/20

Billy, your gentle spirit, kindness, generosity and friendship were actually true blessings throughout the many years to me! I am truly grateful to have crossed paths with one of God’s “Angel” in the making! I will miss you. Rest In Peace, my dear friend.

 

Darien and Eboni Clark and Family posted on 10/22/20

First let us offer our condolences to Aunt Joann and the family. I write this with tears of joy as I think about the positive impact Uncle Billy had on me. Uncle Billy definitely was more than just an Uncle to me. He provided me with a positive black father figure role model whose devotion to family, friends, work, and community was second to none. He was always there to give me great guidance with the wisdom he amassed over his lifetime... R.I.P. Uncle Billy you are truly missed!

 

Aliya Crawford posted on 10/22/20

Dear Clark Family, My deepest condolences and may your cherished memories and the love of family surround you and give you strength in the days ahead. I'm praying for your understanding, comfort and peace. With sympathy,

 

Phil and Brenda Zuzolo posted on 10/22/20

Uncle Ken was such an amazing man. We were so lucky to have him in our family. His musical talent and gentle sense of humor were matched by his godly Christian character. He and my dear Aunt Joanne blessed our family gatherings with their wonderful music. I'm forever thankful for his steadfast Christian witness and guidance on my life. He's at peace in heaven, reunited with Aunt Joanne. We send our deepest sympathies to Chad, Maria, Karl, and the entire family.

 

Marty Moore posted on 10/22/20

Words will never express enough how much I loved Mr. Jones. He was my Choir Director at Mooresville High School. He taught me so much about life and music. I will never forget him and he will always be in my heart. My prayers and condolences go out to his kids and his extended family. To his kids, your Dad was mega special and touched the lives of so many. He will never EVER be forgotten. I can’t wait to see him again. May God bless and comfort the Jones family during this difficult time.

 

Wanda Tucker Cook posted on 10/21/20

RIP, my condolences to the family

 

Arlinda Clark posted on 10/21/20

To Joann, Mom Jordan, and the Family: I share your heavy heart during this time of transition. Billy was a big brother to me in every respect; whether it was a kind word, deed, or just being in his presence. Although this is difficult, I have peace in knowing that he is free from pain and sorrow and probably running things in his quiet manner up above. May God bless each of you with strength during this time. Billy's spirit will always be in our hearts.

 

Greg and Becky Burns posted on 10/21/20

Chad, Carl and 'Maria so sorry to hear a our your dad. He was always my favorite uncle. I remember when I was very young they lived at Plainfield and he was the band director at cascade we were visiting and he thought it was funny how I said combine so he recorded me saying it many years later he had the tape at a gathering and was playing it. He was always fun. I know he is in a better place back with your mom and with my parents and several other family members that have passed. Becky and I are praying for you.

 

Linda Crayton posted on 10/21/20

Linda and I became friends in 1972. At that time she had 3 little girls, Cathy, Sheila and Sandra. I have so many memories of her during those early years. I never beat her at cards, she always beat me. She was smart. Later I watched young John while she helped her sister after a near fatal car accident. Every day she traveled quite a distance to care for her for over 6 weeks. Everyone needs a loving sister like that. She loved Elvis. I gave her an Elvis book one year for her birthday and I thought she would squeeze me skinny. The last time I spoke to Linda was Saturday, the day before she passed. My last words to her were "I love you girl" Her last words to me were "I love you too"

 

T-Bone Stone posted on 10/21/20

Very sorry to hear of your loss. Billy and I worked together for many years. I always thought Billy had a very quiet, almost serene sense of intelligence and a sense of humor that would sneak up on ya if you weren't carful. RIP my friend.

 

Kelly Kimmey posted on 10/21/20

I'm so sorry for your family's loss, She is in God's arms and I know she will watch over you all.

 

Martha Chestnut posted on 10/21/20

My oldest sister and best friend. Gone way too soon. I will miss you so much and the times we had talking on the phone. I know you will be watching down from heaven. I will always love you and will never forget. Martha

 

Sandra Jerue posted on 10/21/20

Moma, I love you and wish that you were still here with us... please know that we will take care of Daddy but, please help watch over us all... Love from your daughter, Sandra

 

Sandra Williams posted on 10/21/20

My condolences and prayer for strength and comfort to JoAnn and the family. Billy was such a source of joy and comfort for my husband Calvin and I during his illness. Although Calvin struggled to stand, he found the strength to do just that whenever he heard Billy’s voice. That memory will stay with me forever. I’m blessed to have known such a kind and loving person. Bless you all.

 

 

Teresa Jarvis-Brown posted on 10/21/20

Rest In Paradise Billy!!✨

 

Kenneth Ogle posted on 10/21/20

I loved him so much as the choir director at Mooresville High School, church, and at Camp Allendale when he was there with his wife. This was back in the early 70’s. He is unforgettable. and made school rich and fun for us all. He will be missed.

 

Patrice Hayden (nicky) niece posted on 10/21/20

To my uncle Billy, known as the FUN man. He always made everything so fun and nice and always enjoyed spending time with family. From beaches to cookouts to Busch gardens to just sitting and chatting. You always could see the love in your eyes and smile whenever you spoke to us. We love you and will truly miss you. Until we meet again uncle,❤

 

Sam Hux posted on 10/21/20

We started at ab together 32 years ago Always a good worker an a friend Thoughts and prayers are with his family. Rest In Peace

 

Tara Whitlock posted on 10/21/20

I am praying that God be with you all, praying for strength and healing during these difficult times, my prayers and heart are with you.

 

Tara posted on 10/21/20

I am praying that God be with you all, praying for strength and healing during these difficult times, my prayers and heart are with you.

 

Katina Marrow posted on 10/21/20

Mrs Joanne, sending prayers for you and your family. May God continue to comfort and strengthen you. May his peace continue to rest upon you. Mr. Billy will be missed. Love you.

 

 

Eugene Jarvis posted on 10/21/20

My condolences to the Clark family.

 

Shari Menke posted on 10/21/20

I worked with Billy at AB such a wonderful sweet person to work with always a smile.. always there to help.. pure gold... My thoughts and prayers to his family...

 

Michael Dee posted on 10/21/20

So sorry for your loss. Your father was quite a man and will be greatly missed by many.

 

Omar Lindsay posted on 10/21/20

God bless you Uncle Billy, Im happy that I got that chance to meet you. Such a cool dude may you Rest In Peace. My condolences to Aunt Joanne & Grandma Shirley.

 

Joanne Rogers posted on 10/21/20

I am truly sorry to hear of the loss of your husband, Billy. Please accept our condolences and may our prays help comfort you and your family. Joanne Stuart- Rogers and Sharnel Stuart

 

Ashley Coleman posted on 10/20/20

My uncle Billy was the most sweetest person. I will truly miss those loving hugs he would give. I’m happy we got to have that last talk. I love you uncle Billy. ❤️

 

Mary McCluskey posted on 10/20/20

I will never forget Norma. She was such a sweet child. Best smile that always reached her eyes. Y'all are in my prayers! Much love.

 

 

Taylor and Marsha Via posted on 10/20/20

JoAnn and Family, Taylor and I are so sorry to hear about the loss of your husband and father. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. God Bless.

 

 

Lou Anne Reeves posted on 10/20/20

You will be missed my long time dear friend. Like the song says " We had joy, we had fun, we had seasons in the sun. You have been a part of my life for over 46 years and we never lost contact with each other no matter where we lived. I wish I had been home when you stopped by the night you passed, I missed your call that night also. I know you are at peace and in no more pain and when the tears come I remind myself of that. My heart goes out to your mom, dad, brother and of course your daughter. Rest in peace ......you will be missed ......

 

Erwin and Desiree Stuart-Cooper posted on 10/20/20

Brother, brother-in-law, best friend, things will never be the same. Our hearts are broken. Thanks for the wonderful memories. We will forever love and miss you.

 

 

Velma Johnson Haley posted on 10/20/20

My love and prayers to the Clark Family,. God bless each of you,

 

Cliffton Sellers posted on 10/20/20

Rest easy Unc. May you be in complete peace.

 

Donya Bascianelli posted on 10/20/20

Your memory will be carried on by the many lives you have touched. RIP. We will all look after Kevin and the girls. Lots of Love

 

 

Heather amos posted on 10/20/20

Rest easy

 

Vonitta,Desmond and, Asante Stuart posted on 10/20/20

So sorry to hear of the loss of Billy! Thinking of the family during this time and will continue to keep you all in prayer!

 

Roy Brown posted on 10/20/20

My uncle was more than just uncle to my brother and me he was just like our father. This news hurts deeply but he left a lastly image that will never be forgotten or duplicated, he was one of a kind. Love you always Uncle Billy

 

Nicole and Derrick posted on 10/20/20

My heart is heavy and my soul is crushed. The Lord decided to pluck another flower from my grandmother’s garden. My dear, sweet Uncle Billy earned his heavenly wings today. While my family and I weep, we also know that heaven gained another angel. He can finally rest. His job here is done. Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning. Until we meet again, RIH Uncle Billy. We love you.

 

Tony&Elaine Stuart of Cranberry PA. posted on 10/20/20

Elaine and I are so sorry to hear of Billy’s passing. He was a great person and a true warrior.

 

 

Stacy Clark Brown posted on 10/20/20

I will never forget you big brother You’ll always be with me in my heart

 

Bobby and Harriet Perry posted on 10/20/20

To our dearest Carol we will always keep you in our memory and hearts. Rest in peace our little sister much love always. Love to you Milton and family in this time of true sorrow. Big brother Bobby

 

Carroll Nixon (Nick) posted on 10/19/20

Jimmy D, Very sorry for the loss of your Dad. You and the family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Billinda posted on 10/19/20

I can't believe this is real! I love you so much and I will miss you forever! As we got older I mostly only got to see you at family functions so that is going to make the holidays even harder without you there! I wish I woulda came to see you sooner instead of thinking I had til next time... Rest easy now cuzzo.. until we meet again ♥️

 

Shea Snipe posted on 10/19/20

Rest in peace beautiful... I know life seperates us at times and life goes on but I'm still in shock from loosing such a beautiful friend that she will always have a special place in my heart.. God gained a special angel.. I will always love you and am praying for her family..

 

Emmy Lou Kreger posted on 10/19/20

Melissa, So very sorry to learn of your Mother’s passing. I have such warm memories of her. My deepest sympathy to you and your family.

 

 

Kelly M Vigneault posted on 10/19/20

To a devoted mother and grandmother.

 

Linda Colonna posted on 10/19/20

Love you, Norma...will miss you much! Love and hugs to all the family who greeted you. You are in good arms. Rest in peace, dear. Love, Aunt Linda

 

Linda Colonna posted on 10/19/20

I Love you, girl! Will miss you much. Kiss all the family for us :) Love, Aunt LInda

 

Tricia Burns posted on 10/19/20

To Kevin and the girls I’m so sorry for your loss .... I hope y’all find comfort through your memories she was always so sweet and loved the girls so much may she Rest In Peace

 

Bruce Bb Dav Davis(trumpeter, Maximo Sabor) posted on 10/19/20

Hey Bobbie, just a shout out to you to say, thanks for the great musical experiences we shared in Maximo Saber. I'm glad to say I knew you and that you're a phenomenal talent, gone, but not forgotten. My deepest condolences to your family, God bless and much love!!

 

 

Courtney Griffin posted on 10/19/20

It’s so hard not talking to you 1,000 times a day or seeing your name pop up on my screen. I miss you with everything in me and I hope you continue making you proud. I love you to the moon and back mommy

 

Carter Mills Frazer posted on 10/19/20

The Bakers were my God Parents but more than that. They were more like my Grand Parents. She was a true lady. The first woman in the house of delegates. He was a fun loving fella. I remember when I was a kid I would go in his office and look at all the pictures of them back in the 40’s. She worked hard while he was in the service to make a home for him to come back to. Together they ran the Ambulance and Cab company. He was a wonderful historian for the city of Portsmouth. I had been searching for where he had been taken after her passing. They both will and have been missed but not forgotten. They are together again.

 

 

Sarah bosco posted on 10/19/20

Taalibah was one of the greatest friends i have ever had , she bought me dinner for my birthday and it is one of the greatest memories a friend could give. She is truly missed and loved.

 

Brenda hockmuth posted on 10/18/20

He was a light in my life. He always sensed the hurt inside of me and would take the time to pray with me and remind me of the light that was inside of me that was Jesus Christ my savior. I will miss you and know you made a difference in my life like no other. I love you uncle Wes you will always be deep within my heart where you will be cherished forever

 

 

A. Marine posted on 10/18/20

Semper Fi Marine, Rip.

 

 

Leigh Lucero posted on 10/18/20

Sending Peace and Love to the Demartino family. I will always remember your dad fondly.

 

 

Catherine Fantauzzo posted on 10/18/20

It is too hard for me to believe that you are not here with us. I can't imagine never seeing your face light up when you heard my voice, but I will not ever forget that look of love and softness. It is a gift of the bond of love and respect that we have each other; once you REALLY believed that I would not stand your stubbornness and BS! Best memory and conversation between us ever-lol. I will cherish all our memories, the good and the difficult, (lol). I miss you so much already and love you even more. Till I see you again... Your favorite Aunt Cathy❤

 

Ralph and Inez Patrick posted on 10/17/20

Even though we only spent a short amount of time with Anthony, he and Susan treated us like old friends. His infectious smile and personality are hard to forget. I know behind that smile was a beautiful heart. It was a privilege to have met him. Our hearts go out to all of his family and friends.

 

Deedra Griffin posted on 10/17/20

Norma you have been an amazing sister in law. Going to miss talking with you about life and our family. You hug mom and Drema and everyone else up there for me. Fly high on Golden Wings Normie! Rest In Peace. I love you always.

 

Cassidy posted on 10/17/20

I love aunt norma, rest in peace beautiful ❤

 

Jane Coghlan posted on 10/17/20

When your Dad first retired he moved back up to Triangle for a short time. I remember talking to him one night about his long commute to his new job in Northern Virginia. Without hesitation he said the commute didn’t bother him because it guaranteed him time to pray the Rosary. That was your Dad.

 

Eric Gurley posted on 10/17/20

Rest In Piece my friend , you will be missed ...

 

 

Uncle Gary and Aunt Debbie Gardner posted on 10/17/20

Sweet Olivia, today we celebrate and remember your life. I know you are looking down on Steve with so much love and joy in your heart on what a beautiful job he has done with your tribute and the many memories he has shared with all of us that love and adore you. Gone but never forgotten. We love you sweetheart!

 

Tom and Molly Schultze posted on 10/17/20

To Wanda, We know how hard it is to say goodbye to your Dad. Those who love us never go away. Your Dad will always be with you in Spirit. We hope all the great moments that you were able to have with him brings you comfort. God Bless you and your Family....Tom and Molly Schultze

 

Kendra posted on 10/17/20

My prayers to the family during this time. Ms. Carla was such a wonderful person with such an amazing smile that was filled with compassion and love. She will be missed by many.

 

Pamela Moyer Anderson posted on 10/17/20

My deepest condolences to the family. My brother, Tommy Moyer, played on the Oceana Jets team with Billy and I was one of the cheerleaders. My family shopped at Below and my uncle worked there as well. I remember Billy always smiling and being super nice . I am so sad to hear about his passing. God Bless. Pam Moyer Anderson

 

Eva Price posted on 10/17/20

Yumi will forever be remembered as part of our family. We loved her so much and enjoyed her company on many family occasions. She will be missed greatly!

 

 

Carla McDonald-Ross posted on 10/16/20

Olivia I will never forget all the good times we had at Heartland. You were truly an angel here on earth! You went above and beyond to help others! When I was having a difficult day at work I would always find a note, drawing or gift from you that brightened my day! I’m so grateful that we met! We laughed so much at times that my cheeks hurt. You also trusted me enough to share personal pains that you endured. You will be missed. Rest on my friend!

 

Lynn McClelland Alligood posted on 10/16/20

Gretchen, I am so sorry to hear about your father's passing. Your tribute is precious and heartwarming. Praying for God's peace and comfort in the days ahead.

 

Cesar (Papi) Lara posted on 10/16/20

Dear Susan, I will love to be there to give you my dipes condolences with a.big hug, but I'm nursing my right leg, but our prayers are with you and your family, God Bless you.❤

 

Miki Goodwin posted on 10/16/20

There are no adequate words to say how much I love Olivia and what an impact she had on my life. She was the most giving, forgiving, caring, silly, goofy, fun person I know. Her life's goal was to make the world a better place. She accomplished that and so much more in her life which was cut way too short. I know my life will never be the same without her. RIP Olivia...I will see you again someday! Steve, I love you too. Phil and I are here anytime you need us. You were more blessed than most to have had Olivia by your side for 13 yrs. Prayers for you!

 

Lisa Shopf Harris posted on 10/16/20

Thank you Yumi for your beautiful presence and for giving the world,Christine to the many who love her, also love you. You and your brother are cherished in our hearts.

 

Bobby Jones posted on 10/16/20

Condolences to the Fentress family from Bobby Jones, his old Pepsi man.

 

Dave Murin posted on 10/16/20

My condolences to you and your family. My the Lord bring you comfort and peace.

 

Kevin Benton posted on 10/16/20

Wanda, Bruce and Family, my Sincere Condolences to yall and your families... I remember him as a very kind man that loved his family and he lived a good long life, may God rest his soul.... Kevin Benton

 

Paula and Rodney Caison posted on 10/16/20

Dear Susan I am so sad to hear of your loss.We will be praying for you and all the lives Anthony touched.May God send you comfort in all the days and months ahead.Prayers for you my dear friend.

 

Kim & Tommy Brown posted on 10/16/20

Susan & Family Ours words can not express the sorrow and emptiness the loss of Anthony has brought to your Family. May Gods Grace, Peace and Mercy bring you comfort now and in the future. Know that who Anthony is and how he lived his life, Loving Unconditional is why his love is with you now and will be forever. We thank Anthony for being such a blessing. Our prayers and love are with you. Love Kim & Tommy

 

Linda and Butch Cimino posted on 10/16/20

Remember the beautiful times you had together and know how very much you were loved. May you find peace in knowing you will find each other again. We are so very sorry and pray for your heart to heal.

 

 

Geraldine Rael posted on 10/16/20

I’m so sorry for your loss, your father sounded like a very special man that lead a FULL life. He didn’t leave you, Mary, he lives on in you heart. Big heartfelt hugs. Geraldine.

 

Peggy Frederick posted on 10/16/20

Your dad sounds like “he did it all” and was loved by everyone. What a great dad ❤️

 

Daniel Goodman posted on 10/16/20

so so sorry for your loss...he leaves a great legacy. Know that your family will be in our prayers

 

Karen Sue Reed posted on 10/15/20

It seems that your Dad was a wonderful man that leaves you all with unforgettable memories. May he Rest In Peace.

 

J Rachel Thoene posted on 10/15/20

His influence is evident in every DeMartino I’ve met... A great man has lived a great life and left a great legacy... Peace to all of you

 

Sharon (Wohlford) Sharp posted on 10/15/20

I was always so proud of my dear cousin Larry's many accomplishments. He was a fine man and a true patriot. Love and condolences to his sons, brothers and sisters, and many friends and relatives.

 

Mike Gardner posted on 10/15/20

Hey little sister, you will be missed. I hope you have already reunited with our dad. Love, your brother Mike

 

Diane Pitluga-Irvine posted on 10/15/20

I grew up around Anthony and have lots of fond memories. He will be missed. Praying for comfort and peace for all that knew him. Sending buckets of my love to all!

 

Jerry Newkirk posted on 10/15/20

Harvey was a shipmate of mine on board the USS MT WHITNEY. It was a pleasure knowing and working with him RIP brother...

 

Roberta Lacaze posted on 10/15/20

RIP Judy

 

Beth and Carlton Bennett posted on 10/15/20

Brian and Becky, we are so sorry for your loss. Our condolences to you and Becky and the rest of the family during this difficult time.

 

Michelle L Rance posted on 10/15/20

Marvin was the best uncle my kids could have ever asked for. We all miss and love you marvin. :( please know that.

 

Ashley savchenko posted on 10/15/20

I love you mom and always will . You were the best thing to happen to a lot of people .

 

 

Christina Harding posted on 10/15/20

May you rest in peace Olivia. You were indeed funny and I could not have met a nicer person.

 

Lisa and Kevin Lange posted on 10/15/20

Our hearts are saddened by your loss. May your precious memories bring you comfort and peace during this time. You all are in our prayers.

 

Nancy Bennett posted on 10/15/20

Gretchen, I am very sorry for your loss. I totally understand because my Daddy was my world. I loved the days at lunch when he called you or you called him To check On him And how his day was going. It reminded me of my relationship with my Dad. I have great dreams of him almost every night. Love you...

 

 

Rose Nabongo posted on 10/15/20

Moses was a humble gentleman to know him was to love him. May his gentle soul rest in eternal peace.

 

 

Jodi Murrey & Jay posted on 10/15/20

You always made us feel so welcomed.

 

Teresa A. Lassiter posted on 10/14/20

Dear Sweet Gretchen my prayers are with you and your family. I am forever blessed by the way you spoke about and cared for your dad. He has now taken his rest. When the piano is played I will always think of him and always grateful for you.

 

The Lawson's posted on 10/14/20

Gretchen what a great man your father was! I loved his sense of humor, we had many great conversations & discussions. I treasure the time we were able to spend together. We will think of him every time we look up at the night sky & imagine if any of the twinkling stars could be visitors from another universe. Love you Larry W. ! Hugs and bunches of love to you Gretchen.

 

Sandi Stephenson posted on 10/14/20

Larry was a pure gem and I thank you for including me in his life. The twinkle in his eye when he was talking about his favorite topics was the same when he looked at his beloved daughter Gretchen

 

Tim Baxter posted on 10/14/20

We will miss you Anthony for all the goodness you brought to this world, your laid back style, but most importantly the man you were to Susan and the happiness and smiles you always brought to her face. I'll always cherish our outside time together and making you laugh with my stupid comments. RIP brother, you meant a lot to our family!!!

 

Jeff Garris posted on 10/14/20

What a joy it must be to lay down crowns at Jesus’ feet. Anna, better known to me as Carlton’s Mom, had many crowns. There are too many stories of her caring that can be typed on this tiny phone—yes, typed. Among everything else, she was my typing teacher! Along with my Mom, she was ever joyful and supporting. It’s nice to think that they’re probably singing together right now or maybe giggling about their role in the blessings and absurdities of Norfolk Christian High School. I have and will continue to pray for the Deal family, and especially for my dear friend Carlton. Anna, tell my Mom hello.

 

 

Jane & Greg Tibbetts posted on 10/14/20

Godspeed Billy

 

Gizelle Cobb posted on 10/14/20

I will miss seeing you again my friend. I will miss the fun times we had together you, me and Aireona in summer 2014. You always wanted to everybody to have a fun time and you always looked your best doing it. Fly high Ash <3<3<3

 

Tonya Johnson-Gordon posted on 10/14/20

Moses was very sweet and kind. He would sit in the same west each Sunday with Peter. May God bless and keep the family.

 

Charlie & Ro Bartlett posted on 10/14/20

Our precious Susan. We grieve with you in the passing of your sweet Anthony. He was one of those rare men whose passing has left footprints on the hearts of all who had the privilege of knowing him. We’re thankful that the physical injuries you sustained are mending but we know that only God can heal your broken heart. We pray that you will sense His presence in a greater way than you’ve ever experienced, as we ask Him to comfort you in a way that only He can. So much love & prayer for you in the Bartlett home❤️

 

Stace & Lisa Lowman posted on 10/14/20

Sincere condolences to the Fentress family.

 

Lenny Ransdell posted on 10/14/20

A friend, schoolmate and team mate of the "Oceana Jets" football team. A great guy. God Bless the family.

 

Stacy,Mary Boyd posted on 10/14/20

Will, Brian, We are so sorry to hear of your fathers passing. Please know we are keeping you in our prayers during this difficult time. We hope you find comfort in his reunion with family and friends that have gone before him.

 

Doris Boner Morris posted on 10/14/20

So sorry for the loss of Anthony, prayers to the family and friends. Take comfort knowing he is with our Lord and Savior

 

PATTY CHAMBERS GORDON posted on 10/14/20

WILL AND BRIAN I WAS SADDEN TO LEARN ABOUT YOUR FATHER'S PASSING MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS GO OUT TO YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS!!

 

PATTY CHAMBERS GORDON posted on 10/14/20

WILL AND BRIAN I WAS SADDEN TO HEAR OF YOUR FATHER;S PASSING MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS GO OUT TO YOUR FAMILY!!!

 

Eric Griffith and Family posted on 10/14/20

Continuing to pray for the entire Williamson family. I still can’t believe that Jake is gone. Please accept my deepest condolences.

 

Bill and Michelle Tirrell posted on 10/14/20

Our sincere condolences to you, Brian and Becky and the entire family. We are thinking of you and hoping that you find comfort knowing that others care.

 

Lynn Sanders posted on 10/13/20

I will always have wonderful memories of fun times at Lake Gaston with you, Anthony and Angel and Brian’s family. He was a sweet man and it was surely evident how very much he loved YOU. I pray for you and your family❤️

 

Ty and Shannon Elsea posted on 10/13/20

We were deeply saddened to hear that the world lost such a kind, fun-loving soul, and we wish peace and healing for the family.

 

Sean & Jamie Marsh posted on 10/13/20

Dear Susan and family, Words cannot explain how sorry we are to be writing this condolence. Our hearts break with yours. Our tears fall with yours. Anthony was truly one of a kind. He was a great a man as well as a true friend. The mold was definitely broken when God cast him. Until we meet again our friend.

 

Dana Stutts posted on 10/13/20

Dear Sweet Susan, You have my sincere condolences, and I will keep you and your family close in my Thoughts and prayers in the coming weeks, Love you, Dana & Frank Stutts

 

Gretchen Denton posted on 10/13/20

Your entire family will be lifted up in prayer tomorrow by the Kenya Mission Network. We hold you dear in our hearts.

 

Ian Callahan posted on 10/13/20

I had the pleasure and honor to serve with Harvey on the USS Mount Whitney, he was a great sailor, shipmate and a good guy. My condolences to his family.

 

Eihtra Garcia posted on 10/13/20

My deepest condolences. I am sending healing prayers to you Susan and Anthony’s family. He was a truly selfless person, always seen smiling and joking for as long as I’ve known him. Wouldn’t hesitate to help anyone he cared about. Loved the simple things in life. He always reminded me to just let things be. Life is a series of moments. He was also a good friend of my grandfather and my entire family. I remember all the way back to jumping on the trampoline with Zach when I was little and we were neighbors. Was always there on the holidays! So this is so sad to hear but we’ve all gained an angel! Sending you so much love!

 

Malalage Tilak Peiris and Nicole Peiris posted on 10/13/20

Susan, our deepest sympathies to you and Anthony’s family. I’m so sorry for your loss. He would always smile and ask how I was doing. Words cannot express how much I’ll miss him.

 

 

Barb Edmunds posted on 10/13/20

Pops - You are gone too soon! We miss you so much, words cannot describe. Thank you so much for all your love and support. You welcomed me into the family without a second thought and immediately called me your daughter. I felt your love from day one and I cannot tell you how much that has meant to me! I wish we had more time. We love you lots and you will forever be in our hearts!!

 

 

Koreena posted on 10/13/20

Many memories... but pinky betting him to eat Chick FIL A... after a storm & power had gone out .... Then it became one of his favorite places...also growing up he never liked to give kisses goodbye... but if I asked quietly before anyone got to the door... I usually got one...(sshh) our little secret...please continue to watch over everyone ...we miss you so much...

 

Pastor Duane Swanson posted on 10/13/20

Moses was such a kind, loving and Godly man. He was so faithful to his family and his church. He always reached out and touched people. He will be greatly missed. We pray God's peace over all of the family!

 

Carolyn Roberts posted on 10/13/20

Our dear Susan. We are so very sorry for the loss of your sweet husband. We have been praying for y’all and will continue to do so. If you need anything at all please let us know. We love you.

 

The Fredericks posted on 10/13/20

Prayers for peace and comfort to you Jennifer and your sweet family during this difficult time.

 

Shirley Smith-King posted on 10/13/20

My late condolences for the loss of such a great man of God and wonderful human being. We were blessed to have Ted as a part of our shipyard Night School program where he taught Math classes. He always dressed professionally and represented the Program well. Thank you for your service Ted. Rest in peace!

 

Sharon on Franklin posted on 10/13/20

I am just shocked by the news of your passing, Olivia. Thank you for the fun times at Ramstein AB, Germany, and for the hours you spent volunteering at the Med Group. You were truly a special person. May God comfort Steve and the family during this difficult time.

 

GeorgettJackson posted on 10/13/20

Susan I’m so sorry for your lostPraying that God comforts you and helps you through this very hard times

 

Ron and Jeannie Levy posted on 10/13/20

Tuck and roll Antony.You never know what you had till its gone.

 

Michael Mangone posted on 10/13/20

We will miss you, I will alway remember Rosalie was so full of life and fun. May you rest In peace.

 

J. Givens posted on 10/12/20

To Carol and the Selter Family, Our prayer is that you find peace in knowing that LOVE lasts forever. Submitted in love, Jennifer Givens and Family

 

JOHN MCAVOY posted on 10/12/20

Johnny our condolences to you and your family. Those We Love Don't Go Away They Walk Beside us Everyday Unseen Unheard But Always Near Still Loved Still Misses And Very Dear. Our Prayers our with you and your family. Love John & Petthee

 

JOHN MCAVOY posted on 10/12/20

She Passed Through Glory's Morning Gate And Walked In Paradise....Rest in Peace Roseiline

 

JOHN MCAVOY posted on 10/12/20

She passed through glory's morning gate and walked in Paradise.....Rest in Peace Roseiline. Love your Cuz John & Petthee

 

 

Robbin McAvoy Beams posted on 10/12/20

You will be missed by all

 

 

Robbin McAvoy Beams posted on 10/12/20

RIP Roselie, love you with all my heart.

 

 

Sara Eddelman posted on 10/12/20

We always had fun together.. always laughing, so hard she snorted while laughing! The world needs more Olivias.

 

Johnny F Long St posted on 10/12/20

Rest In Peace Baby Sister now you are with mom I will miss you

 

Jessica Richardson posted on 10/12/20

All my love to Anthony and you guys! Loved the video, he was such a beautiful person. He will be missed xxx

 

Richard and Rachel Schreiber posted on 10/12/20

Our sincere condolences at this most diffilcult time. So many good memories we will never forget.

 

Penny Betzios and family posted on 10/12/20

Condolences to jay and the family. Lila gone to soon

 

Penny Betzios and family posted on 10/12/20

Such a great person many memories. Growing up in queens ny. RIP lila

 

Terri McIntosh - REW Corporation posted on 10/12/20

Your REW Family has been in much prayer for Susan, Clint and all the Levy family. Anthony will be missed by all and has left a hole in many hearts. He will be remembered as one hard working man, a loyal employee and a faithful friend. Until we meet again...

 

Christina Calderon Alarcon posted on 10/12/20

Remembering Lila and her wonderful soul today. She was such a supportive, and wonderful friend to my Mother, and a big part of my childhood. My heart and condolences go out to her children and family.

 

Robert Schreiber posted on 10/12/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during these difficult times.

 

Nancy Schwieters posted on 10/12/20

Moses was such a sweet and godly man. He always had a smile and a friendly greeting. He will be missed. Praying for peace and comfort for the family.

 

Kimberly Hurley posted on 10/12/20

My sweet Susan, my deepest sympathy to you and Anthony's family. May our Father continue to strengthen you all during this time. Words can not express Wayne and I send our deepest condolences to you all. Love you my Sister!

 

Mr & mrs Michael schreiber posted on 10/12/20

May our condolences bring you comfort and may our prayers ease the pain of this loss. May our lord bless and comfort you and you family during this time of grief. Please accept our sincere condolences.

 

Troy & Shantelle Giles posted on 10/12/20

Moses has such a beautiful kind and peaceful spirit. We looked forward to seeing him and sweet Peter every Sunday morning at AGC Church, you always knew where to find them; they had their favorite seats. He will be missed tremendously. We continue to pray for his precious wife and family. May the Lord comfort and keep you under the shadow of the Almighty! Xxx love Giles Family

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 10/12/20

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 Cleveland Phillip Robinson, 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 Marine Veteran, Cleveland Phillip Robinson, 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 †

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 10/12/20

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 Noland Richardson, 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, Noland Richardson, 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 †

 

Mike Morris posted on 10/12/20

Susan, My deepest condolences and I am so very sorry for your loss. Anthony was a good person who would help any of his family and friends. I pray that God will hold you and the Levy family very close to protect you each and every day.

 

Ivan Flores posted on 10/12/20

Gone but never forgotten! He will be with us for the rest of our lives. God bless you and his family.

 

Bob n Genie posted on 10/12/20

Such a blessing to have known you Moses. Peaceful spirit of God. He has you now in His arms.

 

Diana and Gregg Guinn posted on 10/11/20

I did not know Cleve as well as Pat. But, I saw how faithful he was in attending church and what a devoted husband. I know that he had overcame previous illnesses. We are so sorry for your loss Pat.

 

Valina John posted on 10/11/20

Our deepest condolences to Karen, Ant and the rest of the family. Anthony, You have definitely been a true friend to DeJani the years y'all spend building this bond are memories that will live on you will forever be in our hearts and minds. True friendship is everlasting fly high angel️. Continue to Sleep in Peace. Love Always Valina and DeJani

 

Paul Lawson posted on 10/11/20

Susan, I'm sorry for the loss of your husband and Clint, I am sorry for the loss of your brother. Anthony was A good friend of mine for a very long time. Almost like a brother. I will always miss him.

 

Keisha L Crooke (Miller) posted on 10/11/20

My condolences to the Goodove Family!!

 

 

A. Marine posted on 10/11/20

Semper Fi Marine, Rip.

 

Johnnie Craddock posted on 10/11/20

Sending healing prayers for the families. I have known Anthony and his family all my life. So sorry for your loss.

 

Barbara Jackola posted on 10/11/20

Sending thoughts and prayers for all the families.

 

Sharon Roberts posted on 10/11/20

The Robert's Family sends love and prayers.

 

Sharon Roberts posted on 10/11/20

The Robert's Family sends love and prayers .

 

 

Kent Winquist posted on 10/11/20

Godspeed Mark. We grew up together as kids, fishing and exploring the Woods from ages 6-10. I'll always remember those times! Kept in touch for most of our lives. Now you're free to ride the Heavenly skies on your Harley. Godspeed Mark.

 

Theresa M Penza posted on 10/10/20

Joey, I cry myself to sleep when I can sleep. Each time I pack something to take to Ohio I cry. You were the ultimate big brother and I will miss you until the day I die! Love you and miss you dear brother.

 

Sue Midgett posted on 10/10/20

Gina my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Richard Coleman posted on 10/10/20

I am so sorry forgot your loss.

 

Patricia S Minnix posted on 10/10/20

Rad and Gina I am so sorry for you loss, my prayers are with you .

 

Ann and Harry Costello posted on 10/10/20

So so sorry to hear about your son Rad and Gina. Praying for you and your family.

 

Ann and Harry Costello posted on 10/10/20

Annie

 

Amanda Meyers-Kuper posted on 10/10/20

My heart reaches out to all of us that had the great pleasure of having Mary in our lives. I first met Mary 10 years ago as we began our business ventures. She became a fast friend in conjunction with us becoming clients of each other's practices. Mary has been an instrumental part of my life on so many levels and a true gift to my husband as a coach (she attended our wedding nearly 8 years ago!) I pray I continue to make her proud as we learn to move on without her guidance. My sincere condolences to her family- she was an AMAZING woman and her legacy will live on <3 I hope to be a "tough old bird" like her one day!

 

Amanda Shepherd posted on 10/10/20

I can't even believe I'm writing this! I love you Ashley! I'm so sorry that you had to endure so much pain... But now sweetie, you fly high! Check up on us from time to time! And know that we will meet again. Rest In Peace Baby Girl

 

 

Janice Kelty posted on 10/10/20

I was shocked by your passing. To this day I am still so shocked. So very sorry to her family for their loss. May God bring you comfort.

 

Cindy Elliott-Semrau posted on 10/10/20

Although I haven’t seen Anthony in decades I know in my heart that he was as great of a guy as an adult as he’s was when we were kids. He always had a smile on his face and a kind word for whoever he met. After I left home he would even stop in to check on my Mom. I am so glad that we grew up together and I have such great memories of Anthony. My thoughts and prayers are with the Levy family.

 

Dan Reukauf posted on 10/10/20

Erin, so sorry to hear about the loss of your Brother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your Family!

 

nate posted on 10/10/20

Love you honey you will forever be the best

 

Lisa Leonardo posted on 10/10/20

I am heartbroken for all of you and am sending lots of love and prayers.

 

Patsy Saunders Dixon posted on 10/9/20

Am so sorry to hear about the loss of your loved one Joe .Prayer for you and the family .

 

Carolyn Brown posted on 10/9/20

Words cannot express my sorrow. Carla was such a sweet, fun loving person. I am so glad that our paths crossed as members of the close knit Virginia Beach SSA office team. Rest in Peace, Carla. Keeping you, her loved ones, in my thoughts and prayers.

 

steve hux and family posted on 10/9/20

there are no words to express how sorry we are for the loss of anthony he was a great friend that would do anything to help his family and friends.we .had so .many great times togeather.we will miss him so much.

 

Janet posted on 10/9/20

To Curtis and family, May God continue to bless you at this difficult time. Take great comfort in knowing that Ashley is now out of pain and suffering. She will greatly be missed. Janet Martin & family

 

Audrey Morrison posted on 10/9/20

My dear Susan, I am sorry and I’m praying for both families. Take care and know that I love you. ❤️

 

Audrey Morrison posted on 10/9/20

My dear Susan, I am so sorry and praying for you and both families. Much love, Audrey

 

Andrea posted on 10/9/20

You were my sister in law and friend I will always be grateful for your life....thank you Ashley I love you

 

Dawn White posted on 10/9/20

Gina, Rad and family, I am so very sorry for you loss. Losing a child should never happen. Please know I am praying for you.

 

Ashley Dale posted on 10/9/20

To my dearest Papal, You never know how precious time is, how precious pictures are until those memories are all you have left. I am blessed to have had you in my life for as long as I did some people don't get to have their grandparents in their life but I got the pleasure of having you, and watching you become a great grandfather to my babies. We had some great times together and made some special memories together that I will always cherish. I will miss my random calls throughout the week from granny saying "Ashley, we are going to come down and visit for a little while if thats okay". You were never a man to stay in one place very long, you would make the 45 min drive over to the mainland stay about 15 minutes before saying to granny "well you ready"? I guess thats why God called you home so early he knew you didn't like to stay in one place very long, or maybe he just needed your help in heaven.My kids enjoyed each visit regardless of how long you stayed, and always looked forward to seeing you, and granny. I remember when maci was born and you were so scared to hold her because she was in a harness because of her hip dysplasia, you were so nervous the day I handed her to you, but gosh you smiled so big and I could see how proud you were to be a great grandfather again. I am so lucky that my kids had such a great, great grandfather. The holidays this year won't be the same without you, but we will save a seat for you and a slice of pumpkin pie and we will be sure to keep your memory alive. Thank you papal for all the wonderful memories and all the precious time you spent with us. Give great granny a hug from us and watch over mom, fay and granny. We love you and miss you. Until we meet again hold things down in heaven and enjoy your time being a guardian angel, keep us safe and watch over things. I love you. Love, Ashley Ps. I hope they have a "hot ditch" in heaven and stripper season is always in, im sure your catching the biggest fish.

 

Pat McAbee posted on 10/9/20

Mary was my Life Coach first and then my dear friend. She had such a positive attitude and infectious laugh! She loved camping, traveling, and boating and we enjoyed our lunches out. I was so glad she came to Thanksgiving at my house last year; everyone loved her immediately. I will miss her greatly.

 

Rob posted on 10/9/20

6 Months and it still hurts like a shotgun blast to the chest. I miss you constantly, so many things bring up memories and emotions that I am unsure what I am going to do. I may not move on, but I am trying to move forward. 4236 days to go, Love you and talk to you soon.

 

Freddi and John Morgan posted on 10/9/20

We graduated with Anna from Princess Anne High School in 1959! Anna was a friend to all and dearly loved all of her high school classmates! In her later years, she had many health issues and never lost her upbeat spirit and her love for God! Anna, you are one of God’s special angels! You are with your Lord and free of pain! You will be sorely missed by all of your classmates, PAHS Class of ‘59! Rest In Peace, sweet Anna!

 

Bill Sittig posted on 10/9/20

Lived across street from Larry for many years. He was a great friend and neighbor. We had many conversations over the years. Larry was a true patriot. Had to move 2 years ago because of my wife’s medical needs. Sure was surprised when Tess called me when Larry was sent home with hospice. Family can be proud of Larry and his life.

 

Beth and Frank Brannon posted on 10/9/20

Ashley Marie you were our beloved adopted daughter and you brought so much laughter and joy into our lives. Despite all the traumas you experienced you always had a heart of gold that was forever giving and blessing others. Dad and I will continue to treasure our many happy memories with you - you calling Dad “nappy” and cracking us up with your jokes. We will remember the snake you screamed over on our porch and how much you loved Pookie. You have your angel wings now and are with Jesus who is showing you how loved you are! Forever in our hearts. We love you Curtis and the Crain family. You are in our prayers! Love Mom and Dad.

 

Eddie and Becky Parker posted on 10/9/20

Our deepest condolences to the family,

 

Cheryl Lint posted on 10/8/20

Curtis, I am so so sorry for the loss of your best friend/sister! I know how much you and Ky will miss her! Rest knowing she loved you with everything she was! Take Care of yourself Buddy! I’ll be praying for you and Ky!

 

Barry and Kay Scott posted on 10/8/20

So sorry. We feel like a family member is gone. We are here. Rides and talks we are here.❤️

 

Jim Govoni posted on 10/8/20

Mr. & Mrs. Williamson, Erin & Jess, and family. Jeffrey and I along with the entire Hardesty staff are so sorry for your loss. Please know that Jake, as well as all of you will be forever in our thoughts. Much love, Jim Govoni & Jeffrey Jorney

 

Ida,mike,alexis &heather posted on 10/8/20

Mary you will be greatly missed.You was one that was always ready to help.You was always trying to enjoy life .Loved to have long conversations with people.And of course you was always “the cute one”.We are going miss you.

 

Curtis. (brother posted on 10/8/20

I love you sis. It was just the other day we were laughing and telling jokes. Till we meet again.

 

Fay Flannagan posted on 10/8/20

My dad was a very loving and caring father. He would do anything to help people in need. When it came to helping his kids, he would drop what he was doing to help in anyway he could no matter what time it was.He meant the world to me. I loved him with all my heart, I loved him to the moon and back. I know he is in a better place. My dad was my beast friend, and a great father to all of his children. He loved us, and his grand children, and great gran children alot. He always did a alot for everyone he met. He also loved his ducks and he loved to duck carve, as well as going to duck showes. I just cant express how much he loved us. I miss and love you dad. Love, Fay

 

Taneah Gaines posted on 10/8/20

Such a beautiful soul. I worked with Carla before she retired, we actually sit next to each other. We had some good laughs together. I even got our office to go to Karaoke. We had a ball, we laughed, we drank and we sang. I will never forget that. She still would even wish me happy birthday on Facebook after she retired. I will definitely miss her posting about her children and karaoke. To the family, you are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Sheila Sayles posted on 10/8/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with Colin and your other family members. It is truly a loss.

 

Preston Linzy posted on 10/8/20

My condolences to the family, friends, and former co-workers. Carla was a great resource for the SSA Family in VA Beach and to the claimants she assisted during her tenure with the agency. She was a wealth of knowledge to me when I worked in VA Beach from 2004-08. May her soul Rest In Peace and may she forever be remembered for all the wonderful things she did and accomplished while on Earth. Rest well Carla until we meet again

 

Tomoose posted on 10/8/20

It is with heavy heart that I read of your passing. I remember you fondly my classmate and our adventures growing up together. From first grade until you left and joined the Marine Corp, we had a lot of great times together and created great memories that I will always cherish. I especially remember you working on your pickup and trying to get ever mile per hour possible from it. My biggest laugh was when you thought it was great fun to run over anything in the roadway. That all ended abruptly when some genius placed a cement block in a brown paper block, and you ran over it. I also remember visiting your home and your mom offering lard/ sugar sandwiches for a snack. You have served with distinguished service to the United Sates and have made me proud to call you my friend. You have seen and completed many great deeds many will never know about. You have done well for yourself as a young man growing up from little Huntington, IN. My only regret is we not able to reconnect more in our golden years. Rest easy Larry, thanks for being a friend to me.

 

Laurie Hintz posted on 10/8/20

Our condolences to your entire family. There are no words to express our sadness for you all. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Moe posted on 10/8/20

Margaret, so sorry to hear about Joe.The two of you always brightened the days of the folks you delivered meals on wheels to always waving at everyone. I loved watching him put that step stool he made for you out for you to get in &out of the truck. He adored you and know you will miss him.

 

 

Trina Allen posted on 10/8/20

Praying for the family and extending heartfelt sympathies at this difficult time.

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 10/8/20

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 Larry Wohlford, 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, Larry Wohlford, 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 †

 

Janet Rose posted on 10/8/20

I am so sorry. Prayers for all of you. Hoping all your wonderful memories will warm your hearts in the days ahead.

 

Danny and Gina Johnson posted on 10/8/20

Margaret, Gina and I are very sorry for your loss. We love you and we are here for you

 

Danny and Gina Johnson posted on 10/8/20

Margaret and family, Gina and I are so very sorry for your loss. We love you and are here for you please call anytime.

 

Karen and Chris Follin posted on 10/8/20

We are keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers and here if we can do anything.

 

Brian Wiglesworth posted on 10/8/20

Lifting your family in prayer... Brian Wiglesworth

 

Fred & Kimberly Lane posted on 10/7/20

We are so sorry for your loss Mrs. Margaret and family. He was a wonderful man.

 

Tip and Ginny Sutton posted on 10/7/20

We will surely miss Joe, but he is resting peacefully now! We will cherish the memories we have of him and a beautiful Duck he carved for us in the time we knew him!

 

Gary&Becky Huffman posted on 10/7/20

Ms Margaret, so sorry about the loss of your sweet husband. I always thought you 2 were a beautiful couple. Praying for you and family.

 

Barry and Kay Scott posted on 10/7/20

Praying for you and your family

 

Barry and Kay Scott posted on 10/7/20

We feel like we lost a family member

 

Selby family posted on 10/7/20

Sorry for you loss

 

Suzanna Miller posted on 10/7/20

To my dearest Dad, I am so sorry you had to leave us so soon. I wish you could have stayed but i understand, you are in a better place now. I will forever cherish all the wonderful memories we made. Like working in the garden, raising my baby calves, going fishing together and hunting. You were a great dad to us. Then when my girls came along you took them to Mackey Island and taught them how to catch that big fish. I am going to miss you so much but I am so lucky and blessed to have had you as my dad. I know you will be our guardian angel and look after us. I love you dad and I will miss you. Love always, Suzanna

 

Doug Bevell posted on 10/7/20

Condolences to the family. So very sorry for your loss.

 

Christopher Query posted on 10/7/20

There are no words to express how sorry I am to hear of your loss. Thoughts and prayers to the entire family

 

 

Linda S Griggs posted on 10/7/20

Joe was well liked and a grand person to know.He will be missed ,God bless to his whole family.He is in gods hands now taking care of the ducks and geese in heaven. God bless to all. Linda and Eric Griggs

 

 

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Dr. Greg Warth posted on 10/7/20

Our entire office was saddened to hear of Mary's passing. She was a truly wonderful person with a delightful personality. I know her life was not easy, but she made the best of it and never gave up her great sense of humor and her concern for others. We will miss her immensely and will pray for her and her family. Our deepest sympathy for your loss...

 

Greer Walker posted on 10/7/20

I am so sorry to hear about this. My deepest condolences to the Williamson family.

 

Lindsey Dietrich posted on 10/7/20

Our deepest sympathies go out to your family during this difficult time.

 

Jenny Queen Moore posted on 10/7/20

So sorry for your loss. Prayers coming your way for all.

 

 

Audrey Lewis posted on 10/7/20

Please Margaret, know your loved, I know you will miss Joe dearly, but now he's with the Lord and all is well. Know your grief is known here and above, and love is shining down, and we love you too. Much love, Audrey Lewis

 

 

Audrey Lewis posted on 10/7/20

I know you will miss him dearly Margaret but know he is with the Lord and all is well. Bless you Margaret, you are so loved, here and above, Love to you, Audrey Lewis

 

Lionel & Janice Ewell posted on 10/7/20

Margaret, Lionel and I are so sorry for your loss of your beloved Joe. Sending hugs and prayers to you today and of the days to come.

 

Carolyn Ratcliff posted on 10/7/20

So sorry to here this . Prayers to the family.

 

Andy & Linda Parsons posted on 10/7/20

My husband and I were neighbors and friends with Mary for more years than I can remember. We have been through many adventures of which the biggest was remodeling the house. Now that was a blast !!!! Furniture shopping, painting, hanging curtains, putting the epoxy coating on the garage floor( I destroyed a good pair of socks that day). Through all the work we had plenty of joking and laughs. I still have a hard time believing she isn’t there. She will be truly missed.

 

Jennifer Gery posted on 10/7/20

My heart aches to hear this news. Mary and I would talk endlessly on the phone laughing and joking like teenagers. She brought such a ray of sunshine to my life. I will be forever thankful for her friendship. I’m praying for the family.

 

Judy Jones posted on 10/7/20

I met and got to know Anna while we sold fragrance together at many department stores. She was a wonderful sweet & kind Christian. She always had that wonderful smile whenever she saw anyone. I know she is thrilled to be pain free and with our Lord Jesus Christ.

 

 

Ted, Linda Flannagan and Family posted on 10/7/20

When you are the oldest sibling in mom and dads family, you expect death will occur in a particular order. that is not the way it went for my brother joe and I have been trying to figure out why GOD selected Joe first and I believe I have the answer. The covid-19 virus has sent many unexpected visitors to the golden gates of heaven and I believe GOD had to have some additional help. In my mind he chose the right guy for the job. Joe was always a strong believer in GOD and showed it by not only attending his church faithfully but took upon himself the needed work at the church. Joe did all the landscaping, he planted beautiful flowers for all to see and performed other services as he and the pastor saw need for. Joe was always the workhorse in our family and GOD needed the best, therefore Joe is in heaven now performing services for his Lord and Master. Thank you Joe you were always there for your remaining siblings. He will be greatly missed but never forgotten by my wife and family as well.

 

 

A. Marine posted on 10/7/20

Semper Fi Marine, Rip.

 

Shela Edmonds posted on 10/7/20

I remember the good times he and John had together during those days when they worked together around here. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Andy and Gordon posted on 10/7/20

We are sadden to hear of Jake’s passing. We hope you feel surrounded by much love. Our hearts go out to you and your family in your time of sorrow.

 

Eugene Thompson + The IONIC family posted on 10/7/20

I just recently found out about his untimely death. Such a shock and sadness. Our condolences go out to his family and friends. We always enjoyed working with him on the various projects over the years. Our prayers are with you.

 

Ben Orciga posted on 10/7/20

Gina, I'm deeply sadden for your loss. Prayers and condolences to you and your family.

 

Stacey Woodlock posted on 10/7/20

My deepest condolences to the family! I love Ms Maggie Doodle. My prayers are with you

 

Terri Bordenkircher posted on 10/7/20

Erin, So sad for you and your family. Sending prayers and love to all of you!

 

Tess & Tom Morando posted on 10/7/20

Erin - praying for you & your family during this difficult time

 

Megan Lally posted on 10/7/20

Our hearts are broken for you all. Sending our love and prayers!

 

Shaun Kane posted on 10/6/20

I'll miss seeing you and your red truck fishing at the bridge when the sun was coming up. Rest easy.

 

Lisa Ahlbrandt posted on 10/6/20

I am so sorry for your loss. You all are in my thoughts and prayers. Love to you all.

 

Tim & Christi Briggs posted on 10/6/20

Erin- we will pray for peace and understanding.

 

Paul Reukauf posted on 10/6/20

My condolences to all. Errin we are family. What ever is needed, we are here for you.

 

Jerry Znamirowski posted on 10/6/20

So sorry of your loss you all have been through so much. I’m praying for you and your family

 

Mark and Barbie posted on 10/6/20

We are so sorry for your loss . Praying for your family during this difficult time.

 

John & Karin Angius posted on 10/6/20

Erin, prayers are with you and your family. Your brother was much to young. If u need anything Karin and I will be there any way we can.

 

 

Leigh Haislip Spencer posted on 10/6/20

I am deeply sorry. You are in my prayers.

 

Gary Maxwell posted on 10/6/20

Erin, so sorry to hear of your brother’s passing. May he Rest in Eternal Peace.

 

Lena Wimmer posted on 10/6/20

Hugs and kisses to you :) Sorry for your loss :(

 

Theresa Burgess posted on 10/6/20

When you share 13 years of friendship with someone, the memories fill many books, but most of the ones I have of Mary include two things, laughter and tears...many of the tears came from laughing until we couldn't breathe. Our Tuesday nights at IHOP (pre-covid) and some dinners at Gran Rodeo (?) I never remember the name - I would say, "Mexican" and she'd fill in the name, have been a staple over the past few years, with the occasional side trip to Olive Garden. Our sharing of regular stuff that turned crazy...like her trying to walk me through an excel spreadsheet project...made the mundane a high point in my week. It truly is all the little things that make memories big enough to fill a lifetime. Hers is very full. She made memories wherever she went. I am blessed to have been in her path. You are missed, my dear friend.

 

 

Casey Cobb posted on 10/6/20

For a million smiles throughout a life time.....I love you

 

Dr. Charles and Sheila Smith - Marietta, GA posted on 10/6/20

I was saddened to learn of the loss of our friend Anna. Her “joy of the Lord,” her smiles for all, and love for her son and daughter and family are precious memories. Her kindness was felt by us, those years as our friend at the Va. Bch Community Chapel. We watched Anna and Carlton with great pride for their children, at NCS, especially in music. Our prayer and hearts are with the family during this difficult time. Loving memories for Anna will carry on forever; “Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.” - Matthew 5:4 Dr. Charles and Sheila Smith - Marietta, GA

 

Susan Strickland posted on 10/6/20

Anna was a beautiful Christian witness and loved the Lord. We worked together in Fragrance and I always enjoyed being with her. We shared many smiles, laughter, and joy over the years. Rest In Peace Dear One.

 

Susan Strickland posted on 10/6/20

Anna was a beautiful Christian witness in her life. I worked with Anna in Fragrance occasionally and so enjoyed her laughter and genuine love for all. Rest In Peace beautiful sister in Christ. ❤️

 

Cyndi Curl posted on 10/6/20

I met Anna thru the WAN family and we became friend, she was a wonderful, caring friend/persons and always had encouraging words to everyone! She will be greatly missed! Fly up my dear friend!

 

Sharon Barish posted on 10/6/20

I'll miss our texting, Anna. I know you are with Jesus and I know you are over joyed. I am relieved for you that you are pain free, finally and you'll stay beautiful and young. I know you will enjoy your new home. You will be missed by many, Anna but that's just us being selfish. Dr Shepard sure did he best at working miracles for your eyes. Soar with the angels, Anna... ⚘

 

 

Paris E Powell posted on 10/6/20

Will always remember your kindness, your light will shine forever

 

 

Paris E. Powell posted on 10/6/20

Rest In Peace, Anna, you will be missed by myself and WAN family ❤️

 

 

Robin posted on 10/6/20

Rest well, thy good and faithful servant.

 

Lisa (Jones) Puglisi posted on 10/5/20

I have known Connie since elementary school, we used to play together as kids. Even though I moved away from South Norfolk years ago we reconnected on Facebook and she always had kind words. You will be missed by many. Rest In Peace.

 

 

Chel Hughes posted on 10/5/20

Thank you for always reminding me how gracious, loving, and merciful the Lord is. Thank you for always asking about the kids and praying for them.

 

Charles and Claire Crawford posted on 10/5/20

Anna was an amazing and lovely woman. We were blessed to be friends with Anna and Carlton for many years. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Suzanne Collis posted on 10/5/20

Fly high with the angels Anna , you are free from your pain, RIP

 

Tami Barrett posted on 10/5/20

Anna will miss texting with you and all. Happy you are now at peace. Happy to know you.

 

Tami Barrett posted on 10/5/20

Tami

 

Ginny Davis posted on 10/5/20

Anna, what a gift from God. There was so stranger to her. She touched everyone she met. Wear your wings proudly Anna, job well done

 

Carol Eason posted on 10/5/20

Anna was such a blessing to my husband Tim and I. He knew her longer, having known her when he was growing up. I got to know her through him. She was a loving, caring nurturing woman and she will be greatly missed. Our love, prayers, and condolences to her family.

 

Keith Allen posted on 10/5/20

Connie,you were a great lady. May you rest in peace my dear.

 

Tony Gentile posted on 10/5/20

My deepest sincere condolences on the loss of your loved one and a dear friend of mine. She is wrapped in the arms of God now and pain free. May She Rest In Peace ❤️

 

Tracy Allred posted on 10/5/20

Many blessings to the entire family. The Allreds

 

Tiffany Hanson posted on 10/5/20

Alex I am so sorry to hear about your passing, I know that you are smiling down on your family and children and hopefully finally at peace. May you and God be with your family especially your mother and Dad, and your little brother.... Rest in Peace and keep an eye on all of us.

 

Angela Black posted on 10/5/20

I worked for Carl at UPS for 8 years, one of the best managers I ever had, he hired me right after getting out of the military. Gentle soul, and always a smile on his face. Prayers for all the loved ones he left behind.

 

Drew Pardue posted on 10/5/20

Well you got out before me but I know your in a better place looking down at me. Thanks for saving my life and miss you lots buddy. Love Drew

 

Marcos Gabriel posted on 10/5/20

Always will be remembered, such a great guy. Our restaurant family we will miss you and everyone else. We will always remember how great you were, how you helped your people making their day better and all the great things you did and how you always made people have a smile on their faces. You were such a great friend since we were little and I will always remember our funny jokes and the times we we spent time together. Rest In Peace brother, you are in a better place and you will never be forgotten. ~ Marcos

 

Bill Bryan posted on 10/5/20

Served under CWO Biondo with Tactical Group Two at Little Creek, Va. in the 60’s, he was my boss. I was a 19 year old 3rd class Yeoman. Mr. Biondo was a calm leader, and everyone who served under him had his greatest respect. We met again after our military service, as we both chose an insurance career in Norfolk. We would see each other at local and state insurance conferences. Always held him in highest regard, as always addressed him as Mr. Biondo, even though he would remind me, we were no longer in the military. In my 70’s now, retired to FL, and heard of Mr. Biondo’s passing today thru a friend who served in the Navy at Little Creek, and actually remembered me speak of him. To his loving wife and children whom I have not met, please know my heart is at half staff tonight. Lord Jesus your peace.

 

Nancy Jean McHugh posted on 10/4/20

Cannot believe you went to heaven so soon. But knowing you are at peace somehow explains the need for you go now. Your parents are forever still with you. Remember to visit them often. Just because it is not physical now, it is always spiritual. Their love for you is eternal. Fly High Anthony....

 

 

Carol Masters posted on 10/4/20

In loving memory. You will always be loved and missed.

 

Carol Masters posted on 10/4/20

In loving memory

 

Doc M. posted on 10/4/20

I worked with Donald for more than twenty years, in the Navy and for many years afterwards. He was a true gentleman with a lively sense of humor, an unceasing work ethic, and a passion for life. He always had a hug for me and I am a better person for having known him. Rest in peace and God bless you and your family, Donald.

 

Svanah Chinnis posted on 10/4/20

I cannot find the right words to say. I consider you my first love, the one who showed me what love is. You deserved to always be happy, and now I know you are. Thank you Anthony, for all our memories we shared, ill always hold them close to my heart. God has a very goofy and amazing man in heaven now ❤️

 

Rob posted on 10/4/20

It was a beautiful ceremony yesterday. I could feel you standing with me while I gave the toast to Jamie and Austin. They even had your photo as a reminder to the angels that were watching from the best seat in the house. Miss you and love you more. Talk with you soon.

 

 

Phyllis Vitulano posted on 10/4/20

I will dearly miss the sweet shy smart active little boy I fist met. When I think of him it brings a smile to my eyes.

 

Cara Withiam posted on 10/4/20

Thank you for giving me 2 amazing years of love, laughter, and happiness. Thank you for being my bestfriend, Lizard man, Methhead, Italian Sausage, Booba shmooba, Etc. I know that we didn’t end on good terms but I want you to know that I forgive you. All I care about is that you’re happy. All that matters now is the memories that we share and the love you spread:) I promise I will always look after Madre, Antwon, and everyone who will forever miss you❤️ Fly high “Banthony”

 

Jacqueline P Smith posted on 10/4/20

Good Friend, kind soul

 

Jacqueline P Smith posted on 10/4/20

I met Ted when I was a teenager in Rescue, Va back in 1969. So sorry to hear of his passing. He was a kind friend.

 

 

Edith Anderson posted on 10/3/20

I am so sadden to hear if the passing of such a grand and loving woman of God. Kay had a kind personna and very humble. The perfect hostess. God bless the family during this time.

 

Terry Wamsley posted on 10/3/20

George and family I as so sorry to hear of your loss. Kaye was a wonderful person to know. May our God be with you during this time.

 

Kaye & Jonnie Allen posted on 10/3/20

I have been missing you already Kay. You were a great friend and I appreciate you & George so very much! God’s blessings to George, Karen, Mike, Ray, Terry and those grand children & brother Kay lived so much! Such a great lady!❤️

 

Barbara Dauphinee posted on 10/3/20

We send so many prayers and hearts full of compassion. God bless all of his family and friends and give them understanding and peace. Barbara and Richard Dauphinee.

 

Vicky posted on 10/3/20

So young. It's hard to believe he had to go so soon. Sad. Condolences to the family. He will be greatly missed.

 

Judith Douglas posted on 10/3/20

MY HEARTFELT SYMPATHIES TO THE FRAIZER FAMILY, PRAYERS AND LOVE FOR YOU ALL.

 

Dell M. posted on 10/3/20

He was a neighbor friend and a tough son of a gun. He always spoke what he was thinking. God bless. Condolences to the family.

 

 

Frances Mariconda posted on 10/3/20

Rest in peace forever....much love to you always

 

PAUL KIST posted on 10/2/20

I saw your postings on Facebook. He knew a lot of folks. I was one of them. Carolyn Copeland and I are sorry for you as we are at the age where each year takes it's tole on our friends. We know how you will take time to pull yourself back together again. We are sorry.

 

Noah moses posted on 10/2/20

Known you since middle School. Always such an energetic one. Our last memory only weeks ago being full of laughs and joy. You will be missed and always have a place in my heart fam.

 

 

Donna Gillian posted on 10/2/20

With My Deepest Condolences To Alex Family

 

GK posted on 10/2/20

He gave selflessly to the community of AA to help those struggling with a serious disease. Thanks, Dick, for your service!

 

 

Nichole Robinette posted on 10/2/20

I will miss Alex dearly. He was always there to lend a helping hand when needed. I have so many memories that I will keep with me for the rest of my life. Alex may you find peace.

 

Rita Brown posted on 10/2/20

Marilyn, I am sorry to hear of your lose. I'm the one at Atlantic Shores that also came from Dorchester MA. Often Bob and I would rememence about growing up in Dorchester. My prayers are for you and the family.

 

 

Betty Hoag posted on 10/2/20

Ann was a very special friend and colleague. I pray for her family and friends. Rest In Peace, Ann. You are missed.

 

Julie posted on 10/1/20

thank you always making me feel important dad miss you

 

Terry L Perry posted on 10/1/20

Ed Basile was one of the finest people I ever met. Intelligent, witty, and great to be around. I miss the times we had there at Flight Intl, and Newport News, VA. Ed had a heart of gold, and was a friend to many.

 

Greg Coyle and Kim Brock posted on 10/1/20

We are heartbroken to just now hear of John’s passing. He was a dear friend to myself and my girlfriend Kim. We loved getting together with John for swimming and having him over for meals. He was a great man and his family meant everything to him. We feel as though we’ve lost a father. Rest In Peace dear friend you will be missed terribly.

 

Greg Coyle and Kim Brock posted on 10/1/20

We’re heartbroken to just now hear of John’s passing. John was a dear friend to myself and my girlfriend Kim. We enjoyed spending time with him swimming and having him over for meals. His family was everything to him. We feel as though we’ve lost a father. Rest In Peace friend.

 

Hank Kellam posted on 10/1/20

I first met Dick over 30 years ago when he worked for the Travelers Insurance Company in Norfolk. He was a great representative of that company and a pleasure to know. Later he joined my Rotary Club and was a devoted member and toast master for all of us. He will be fondly remembered for his friendly manner and quick wit. Rest in peace!

 

Ronald McLemore posted on 10/1/20

I met Dick years ago when I was employed by the City of VB. I was starting a Toast Masters Club and Dick worked with me to get us started. Was pleased when he joined the Cape Henry Rotary Club and we renewed our friendship. He was a very active member, always with a smile and helped us raise money thru many auctions, which he was also a Master. Miss you man!

 

Kathy Jeffries posted on 10/1/20

I fondly remember Dick for the never ending smile & positive energy he brought every week to our Rotary club. He will be remembered as a wonderful caring man who loved sharing stories and his time with others! Rest well my friend

 

Sandra L Bickley posted on 10/1/20

Bill was such a sweet, caring neighbor that I had got to know over the years. Sending thoughts and prayers to his family.

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 10/1/20

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 Barnabas Baker, 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 …. W W II Veteran, Barnabas Baker, 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 10/1/20

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 William Bosher Nabers, 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, William Bosher Nabers, 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 †

 

Heather posted on 10/1/20

Alex was a big part of my life. We went through a lot. He was and still is a amazing soul. Always made me feel better

 

Tashia Smith posted on 10/1/20

My sincere condolences to the entire family! I loved David he was a great man! Always had a story to tell! He made working with him a joy and getting to know him an even greater joy! I will truly miss him!

 

chris knoop of Chris,s auto electric posted on 10/1/20

back in the late 70,s he would bring me ambulances to work on,Inez was hard on me. But i loved them both.He would welcome me into his home at times.What a gracious couple, may they both rest in peace

 

Ellen Comstock posted on 9/30/20

“Billy”Baker was a great long time friend of my dad’s-Elwood Warren. May the air of heaven be filled with stories of 20th century Portsmouth.

 

Ellen Comstock posted on 9/30/20

“Billy” was a great friend of my dad, Elwood Warren. May they have “old Portsmouth” conversations together in heaven.

 

Andrew duggan posted on 9/30/20

Alex was like a little brother to me I will miss you buddy we all love you and will miss you buddy

 

Brittany Hevey posted on 9/30/20

Alex was an amazing person! We've known eachother since elementary school and we've been best friends since. You always made me smile on my bad days and made me laugh. We always played in your backyard and it was a blast. So many memories with you I will never forget Alex! Im so thankful I met you in 5th grade may God hold you tight and keep you safe. We love you forever Alexander Troy! I love you forever best friend! Hugs forever

 

Jessica Barrington posted on 9/30/20

Alex was an all around amazing person! He was always trying to put a smile on everyone’s face. He was the type of guy that if you needed someone to vent to he was right there for you. If you had a problem or issue in your life he was always trying to help you solve it. He had such a beautiful soul. I’ve known Alex for many years and I am really glad I had gotten the pleasure of meeting him. We have had many memories that I’ll forever hold dear to my heart. I’m so sorry for your loss Brianna I’m here if you need anyone to talk to. Alex was loved by many. He left an imprint on everyone’s heart that he met whether it was long term friendships or short term friendships. He will forever be in our hearts and will be truly missed. Rest Easy Alexander Hutcheson until we meet again bro

 

Cindy Williams posted on 9/30/20

Darlene, I'm sorry for your loss. I grew to know Lucie at a previous law firm. May her memory be a blessing.

 

Dave and Sandra Spicer posted on 9/30/20

George, I was so sorry to hear of Kay's passing. She was such a wonderful "Lady", always with a smile. I so enjoyed knowing her at Spurgeon, singing with her in the choir. She always had a beautiful spirit and a kind word. You and your family are in our prayers.

 

Megan McFarland posted on 9/30/20

Alex was truly my very best friend. I’m so glad I got to know him and that he was a part of my life for 15 years. I will miss him so very much. I will love him always and forever!

 

Megan McFarland posted on 9/30/20

Alex was my best friend. I am so happy o had him in my life. He was the best friend I could’ve asked for. I miss him terribly and will always love him!

 

Ashley Smith posted on 9/30/20

We haven’t been friends for long but we became instant best friends. I’m so glad I got to make that connection with you even if it was for a short time! You were an amazing person and loved by so many! We hadn’t talked in awhile but I always knew you were there for me and it kills me to know that I can just message you and see how you are doing! I know your are in a better place know and free from your demons you were always fighting!!! We all miss you and love you Alex!!! Rest In Peace Best Friend!

 

Adrian Warren posted on 9/30/20

You will be missed so much! I've know you since you were a little boy and we would go to the Race Track to see your dad race. You loved hanging out with your grandmother. I know you are with her now. I'm sorry you felt along that you couldn't get help. The last time I saw you was at my dad viewing on February 20th. I was so excited to see you. What a gift from God because who knew what would come to be. Rest in Peace Alex. We will see each other again.

 

Tony and Sherry Brooks posted on 9/30/20

To the Family may God continue to Bless you our Brother will truly be missed

 

MaryJane Vendel posted on 9/30/20

Alex was a very sweet boy and it was a pleasure to know him. He was such a good friend to my daughter Megan I’ll never forget that. Rest in peace Alex.

 

Ben Brooks posted on 9/30/20

Gunter Family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Winter and I will never forget being so delighted to see George and Kay at our wedding. It was so thoughtful of them to make the long trip. I also have such fond memories of those days growing up in Point O' View. We couldn't have asked for better neighbors. And mom won't ever forget me, all of 6 or 7 years old at the time, asking why she couldn't make her soft-boiled eggs as good as Mrs. Gunter's. Please accept our condolences. Your family will always be special to us. The Brooks Family (Ben and Winter; Harry and Raedy; and Harry III)

 

Ms. Gisele Bennafield posted on 9/29/20

To Sister Betty Harrington (Mom) & Sister Chorine (Aunt): Even Though I Didn't Get The Chance Too Meet LeeVon, I Felt I Already Knew Him Through You Two. May The Sweet Memories You Hold of Your Beloved Son & Nephew Last You A Lifetime. May The Peace of God, Which Passes All Understanding, Guard Your Hearts & Minds In Christ Jesus. You Both Are In My Prayers ❤

 

Tatum Goldie posted on 9/29/20

My dearest Vincenzo Anthony, You are so loved and will be in our hearts forever. I will miss your kind heart and laugh. ❤️Rest easy my handsome friend

 

Jocelyn Owens posted on 9/29/20

LeeVon was a gentle soul. He contacted me about two weeks ago just to say hi. He will be missed.

 

Al &Evelyn Webb posted on 9/29/20

Our Condolences to the Family. May God Comfort and Strengthen you.

 

David Vincent Jones posted on 9/29/20

We will miss you my brother! I will always remember your animated story telling and the great laughter and joy you always brought to any party. I know you are doing the same in heaven now. Love, Jones Family

 

 

Jessica Walker posted on 9/29/20

I will certainly miss my Cousin Daryle. He always had a smile on his face and something funny to say and many are only blessed to meet a few folks like that in this lifetime. While I know departure from mankind is inevitable it still leaves a void. But to be absent in the flesh is to be present with the lord. But to be absent in the flesh is to be present with the lord. May he now rest in peace and his legacy through his family and friends continue on. For now I know he is rejoicing in reuniting with Uncle Bernard and Aunt Virginia. We love you and peace out!! Love always, Big Ricky, Derrick, Jessica, Lil Ricky and Kaden.

 

 

Jessica Walker posted on 9/29/20

I will certainly miss my Cousin Daryle. He always had a smile on his face and something funny to say and many are only blessed to meet a few folks like him in this lifetime. While I know departure from mankind is inevitable it still leaves a void. But to be absent in the flesh is to be present with the lord. May he now rest in peace and his legacy through his family and friends continue on. For now I know he is rejoicing in reuniting with Uncle Bernard and Aunt Virginia. We love you and peace out!! Love always, Big Ricky, Derrick, Jessica, Lil Ricky and Kaden.

 

 

Jessica Walker posted on 9/29/20

I will certainly miss my Cousin Daryle and while I know to be absent in the flesh is to be present with the lord. Some people whether you see them once a year, twice a year or more they leave the same lasting effect. My cousin always shared positive vibes and he will be missed. We love you, until we meet again. RIP,,,,Love Big Ricky, Derrick, Jessica, Lil Ricky and Kaden. Please give a big hug to Uncle Bernard and Aunt Virginia.

 

Vicki Mahone posted on 9/29/20

My condolences to the Frazier family. May memories of love and laughter bring you peace. God bless.

 

Dara Watson posted on 9/29/20

I so enjoyed our bond & Thank you for the great memories!! Blessings, Dara Watson

 

Brenda Cuffee Burrus posted on 9/29/20

Condolences to the Frazier family in your time of sorrow. My prayers are with the family. .R.I.P Darryl!!

 

 

Dr. & Mrs. Morris Elstein posted on 9/28/20

I first met Marcy at Temple Emanuel when I was engaged to Dr. Morris Elstein. She had an aura of goodness about her. She had eyes that sparkled, was very intelligent and had a sweet smile. She will be missed.

 

Grisel Davila-Porrata posted on 9/28/20

Mrs Kay was a Wonderful lady. A great Friend and I was sorry that C19 happen. Not being able to visit her was sad. I have many great Memories. She was one of a kind. I loved her and enjoyed my time with her. God bless her always. Rip and see you later. Spurgeon Baptist Church a Great Singer , Teacher about God and spirit was Great.

 

Yvette Reese posted on 9/28/20

Our prayers and condolences go out to the entire Frazier family; my thoughts go back to always seeing Mr. n Mrs. Frazier driving down Sewell’s Pt. Rd; and remembering The Frazier Boys! May the God of all comfort you today and in the days ahead.

 

Yvette Reese posted on 9/28/20

Yvette Edler Reese

 

 

Julie Taft posted on 9/28/20

He was quite, simple person. When he knew you though he could chat away but he valued friendship and his family, especially the grandchildren. He will be missed very much. Love you Papa - Until we meet again *

 

Delano and Shelia Harrison posted on 9/28/20

Bonita and the Frazier Family--Our deepest condolences are extended to you at this time. We are praying that God will give you strength, peace, and comfort at this time and always.

 

Richard Quintilone posted on 9/28/20

Noble George, I am so sorry for your loss and had a special place in my heart for you and your Lady. Fraternally,

 

Selma Bazemore Foreman posted on 9/28/20

My condolences to the Frazier family. May you always remember the good times when you feel sad and the love of family. We were classmates thru high school and college. May your love one be free of sickness and RIP.

 

Larry and Lynn Wynne posted on 9/28/20

To Ann and the Frazier Family My condolences goes out to the family. May you have comfort and strength for the days ahead. Darryl will be missed with his jokes and smiles along with the fish and crabs. RIH

 

Elder Corvalis Hodges posted on 9/28/20

My Condolence & Prayers To The Frazier Family Friends I Bring you Words of Encouragement And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away. Revelation 21:4 KJV Stay Blessed Stay Prayerful Stay Healthy Stay Focuse Stay Home Stay Alive Stay Safe Live, Lve & Laugh Elder Corvalis Hodges

 

Kimberly Stradford posted on 9/28/20

I can't express my deep sadness that uncle Darryl is no longer with us. His kindness and way of making people laugh around him was a gift. We have truly lost a gem. You will forever be in my heart.

 

Kurt posted on 9/28/20

To the family and friends of Mr. Harrington--I'm very sorry for your loss. Nothing like this kind of grief was ever intended for the human family, and God promises that he will one day erase from our hearts the pain it brings - [Revelation 21:4].

 

Kurt posted on 9/28/20

Please accept my deepest condolences on the loss of Ms. Ledoux--I'm so sorry her family is suffering this tragedy. I hope that you might gain some comfort from the words of Job 14:15, which promises that our loved ones who are resting can one day be united with us.

 

William Blue Askew posted on 9/28/20

My condolences go out to do to the Fraser family some of my best friends

 

 

Patrice Irving posted on 9/28/20

Frazier family I'm saddened and so sorry for your loss. Praying for your comfort and strength in the days ahead. Darryl will be missed.

 

Angela Cooper posted on 9/28/20

Hi “kiddo” thank you so much for being such a special part of my life. I love you so much and may you dance away in heaven. To your family, I am so sorry for your loss, remember you are strong *imagine Anthony flexing* -Angela

 

Lisa Green posted on 9/28/20

Karen, I'm sorry to read of your mothers passing. I have wonderful memories of her when were in elementary school. She was such a good cook, I loved her lasagna on Friday nights. My father always lit up when speaking of seeing her at the Courthouse. She was a beautiful woman. Wishing you peace and blessings and wonderful memories.

 

Valerie Edler Patterson posted on 9/28/20

Condolences to the Frazier family. Praying for your strength as you lay to rest your brother Darryl. Memories of Darryl will be forever cherished. Rest in Heaven. Gone but not forgotten.

 

Doris Martin Neal posted on 9/28/20

My Sincere Condolences to the Frazier and Hines families. RIP classmate; until we met again.

 

De Lois Toran Vann posted on 9/28/20

Rest in Peace..heartbroken to hear of your passing but thank you for all the fond memories during our high school days. My deepest condolences to your family

 

Beverly Groves Kane posted on 9/28/20

I’m shocked to learn of the passing of Kay . April use to stay in touch with Kay and would keep me up to date on how her and her family were doing . She was a wonderful woman . May God comfort all of you at this time . Love Beverly

 

Charles Wilson posted on 9/28/20

Never saw Darryl without a smile and a cool greeting, he was a trendsetter of cool and swag. My condolences to the Frazier family.

 

Wesley Stith posted on 9/28/20

R.I.P. Darryl. Your spirit will always be with us. You have touched many lives. God bless the Frazier’s family during this time of bereavement. Wesley

 

Valerie Ford posted on 9/28/20

Condolences and strength to the family. We will miss Darryl. We have so many wonderful memories. He brought joy to so many. He was like a brother to us. We love you all and are praying for you!

 

Dr. Sheryl Lynn Colyer posted on 9/27/20

My heart is heavy..Darryl was like a brother to me and my sisters and brother. We grew up together. Always smiling and so cool our Darryl..Rest in peace..We love you bother. Our prayers go out to the family.

 

 

Francine Grant Owens posted on 9/27/20

My sincere condolences to the Frazier family and friends! Missing you already Darryl (Dog).my childhood into adulthood funniest friend on the planet! Enjoy a peaceful rest from all of the trying times that you have endured! R.I.H.P.

 

LTanya posted on 9/27/20

Thankful to our God for his Life. May God grant his family peace. Praying for the family.

 

James Duncan posted on 9/27/20

Sending our deepest condolences to you and your family. Sincerely James Duncan and family.

 

Billy, Dawn, Shelby and Dylan Ballou posted on 9/27/20

Mike, Michelle and family. May God bless you all and Grayson in heaven ❤️

 

Billy, Dawn, Shelby and Dylan Ballou posted on 9/27/20

Sending love for the Goodove family ❤️

 

DEBORAH C BROWN posted on 9/27/20

May you receive peace that surpasses all understanding. Darryl is missed . A wonderful classmate.

 

Juanita King posted on 9/27/20

My sincerest condolences to the Frazier family. I will truly miss Daryl’s zest and enthusiasm for life!!! He lived a good one!!

 

Youlander M. Hilton posted on 9/27/20

May you, Romeo and all of you Frazier’men(brothers) & family continue to know Darryl is bringing peace & joy to your parents and much love to others whom have gone before him to be with the father right now! Your memories of his love and laughter will forever be with you! God has received all of this happiness, love & blessing ones, by this child of the most high God! May God continue to bless your spirit with much brotherly love and fill ur heart w/unspeakable more love and peace as you adjust to Darrul’s new eternal home! He now has even more joy and happiness than these people down here! May love & joy feel ur spirit knowing ur love one will eternally give joy in heaven! May God have all of this happiness as Darryl brings that’s joy to our father l as to be with the father!

 

Jack and Kathy Bell posted on 9/27/20

Gunter Family, Prayers for your family during this time. Such a lovely and caring Lady. Peace to each of you. God Bless

 

 

Alonzo & Jill Mcglone posted on 9/27/20

So sorry for your lost. May fondest memories continue in your hearts.To BDRome, Lindsey and Mitch keep the faith and be safe. Alonzo (Looney) & Jill Mcglone

 

Youlander M. Hilton posted on 9/27/20

Youlander M. Hilton

 

 

Deborah Parker & Family posted on 9/27/20

Please know you are in our thoughts, and in our hearts. Darryl will be missed. Wishing you peace and comfort during this difficult time. Rest in Heavenly Peace.

 

Brenda Fauntleroy-Randall posted on 9/27/20

May the family find peace and comfort in God's grace. Darryl was one of a kind, always bringing laughs to all. He is now at peace and no longer in peace.

 

 

Raelene Hamrick posted on 9/27/20

Metaphysical Chapel classes and friendship. Love and sympathy to the family and Brita. He was greatly loved and missed

 

Cathy Briggs-Taylor posted on 9/27/20

May you be comforted by the outpouring of love surrounding you. Cathy Briggs-Taylor @ Family (John, Jackie, Marsha, Harriett)

 

Tom and Stacey Newton posted on 9/26/20

May Jehovah the God of all comfort bless your love ones in this exceedingly trying time(Revelation 21:3,4)

 

Theresa Hankins Johnson posted on 9/26/20

My condolences goes out to the family . Sorry for your loss. RIP Darryl have moved to your new home and received your Crown of life

 

Theresa Hankins Johnson posted on 9/26/20

Thank

 

Gerald and Carolyn Montier posted on 9/26/20

You are in our thoughts and prayers. We worked with Darry at E. L. Hamm ( Ft. Eustis). He was a fun guy to be around. So sorry for your loss. Be blessed!

 

Gerald and Carolyn Montier posted on 9/26/20

We worked with Darryl at E. L. Hamm. He was a fun guy to be around. We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Be blessed!

 

 

Lezeria " Bunny " Liverpool Marsh posted on 9/26/20

Condolences to family and friends on the loss of your loved one. It seems like yesterday we were on Ma Heard porch laughing and joking. Your smile was awesome and I will always remember that. Rest now with Our Father til we meet again.

 

Keen family posted on 9/26/20

Meeting and your wife at a family event was like knowing you for years.

 

Polley E. (Basnight) -Tanks-Hargrove posted on 9/26/20

To the Frazier Boys, I send my heart felt condolences and love for all. Darryl and I went thru Oakwood Elementary, part of Rosemont Junior High and of course Norview High School. I am sorry I didn't get to say good-bye to a truly old friend. Family, to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. Hold things down & keep the angels smiling- I know I will see you there. Dear Lord fold your arms around Darryl's family as he's left them to your care. Love & Kisses Amen!!

 

Brenda Harris Shepherd posted on 9/26/20

You will meet again someday.

 

Brenda Harris Shepherd posted on 9/26/20

My Dear Cousin Ann, Please know that our thoughts, prayers and hearts are with you now and always. Continue to trust in the Lord with ALL your heart, no matter what. Love you so much.

 

Carter Johnson posted on 9/26/20

Rest in paradise my brother. Love you man (you better believe it)!! Carter (Prouch) and Michelle Johnson

 

 

Clyde "Chipper" Jones posted on 9/26/20

My deepest condolences to the Frazier family for the loss of Darryl. May you find solace in your many memories. R.I.P. DOG

 

 

Jason Dennis posted on 9/26/20

Special olympics Tribute/Memorial Giving: Juan Enrique "Quique" Tavarez Alicea

 

 

Jason Dennis posted on 9/26/20

Rest In Peace, Juan. I remember when your kids were small and they would ride around with you in your truck. You travelled with joy and humor. I know you will be missed by so many.

 

 

Sheila Scott-Taylor posted on 9/26/20

To the family of Darryl Frazier...There is a loving God watching over you and continually throughout this time of need. Our prayers and sympathy to everyone.

 

JoAnne Johnson posted on 9/26/20

Rest in Heaven Darryl! I will cherish the fond memories of fun times!

 

vernell gray posted on 9/26/20

To The Frazier & Hines Family Sorry to hear about the passing of Darrell(Dog)God says your departure has come to join me in heaven. I'm a 1973 Graduate of Norview High. Weeping may endure for a night but joy cometh in the morning. Psalm 30:5

 

Hortensia Edwards posted on 9/26/20

I am so sorry for your loss.Darryl always made me laugh. He will be greatly missed. May God comfort the family at this time. My condolences.

 

Clinton Evans posted on 9/26/20

My heartfelt condolences to the family and specifically the Frazier Brothers. BD, Romeo,Lindsey, and Mitch. You guys represented the Garden, Tifton and all the Brotherhood from "Out the Way". Farewell "Cookie"... Until we Meet Again. Clinton L. Evans, Jr. Esq. " Tom "

 

Carolyn Clark posted on 9/26/20

To my Ann, words can't express how I felt hearing the passing of Darryl. God is a good God and I know he will be a comforter in this time of need. You have our prayers and know you can call any time. Michael and Carolyn Clark Love you

 

Judith Walston-Henderson posted on 9/26/20

One of the most hilarious persons that you could meet and know in life. God speed Darryl. You always brought a smile to my face as well as laughter from my heart.

 

Kristin Lanza posted on 9/26/20

Anthony, I can’t believe you’re gone. You were just at my house a few weeks ago enjoying the pool and hanging out with your cousins. If I had known it would have been the last time I’d see your face I would have hugged you a lot longer and a lot tighter. You will be forever missed in my heart and soul. You had a beautiful soul, a great sense of humor and an infectious laugh and smile. I love you my nephew. I hope you’re at peace now. Until we meet again.. it’s not goodbye it’s I’ll see you later. I love you Anthony.

 

Joe Schermann posted on 9/25/20

As a former Marine who was born and raised in the Glencoe area, its men like you who set a sterling example to people like me about the nobility of serving the country as a man in uniform - whether you knew you were an example or not. Fair seas, following seas, and no heavy rolls sailor.

 

Rebeka Ballard posted on 9/25/20

I will always miss you Anthony ❤️. You were definitely the light in every room you walked in! I will miss your hugs always, te quiero mucho compa ❤️

 

Pat Hoerth posted on 9/25/20

What a gift to have known Michael. He stayed often with us in D.C. and came to visit a couple of times in Oklahoma; we visited in Virginia, long, long ago. His friendship is dear to me. He had a powerful impact on my life, and so many others'. Now he's with us always in a new way. Love you, Michael.

 

Edith Swindells posted on 9/25/20

I was so sorry to read about Carol. We worked together years ago at Bay Savings. What a sweet lady with a great sense of humor. My condolences to the family.

 

Jill S. P. Roach posted on 9/25/20

Karen I am so very sorry for your loss. My heart breaks for your and the family. I know Anthony was the light of your life. May he rest in sweet peace.

 

Jeannette Guzman Eastabrook posted on 9/25/20

My heart goes out to Karen who was always like a second mom to my daughter and always went above and beyond for Anthony and really anyone that needed help. Our kids met and became friends through a turtle that needed a home, which she was happy to provide. We’re left with great memories of what a great young man you raised and he will be missed by us. Sending our love and healing thoughts to you and the family <3

 

Ernest Dew posted on 9/25/20

My deepest sympathy. Rest in Paradise my friend. Sincerely, Ernest Dew

 

Ernest Dew posted on 9/25/20

My deepest sympathy. May you Rest In Paradise my Friend... Sincerely, Ernest Dew

 

Patty&Billy Mittlestadt posted on 9/25/20

Vicki and Dicki My heart goes out to you in this sad time. “A mother is with us always, first in her lifetime, then forever in our memory. Keep sharing your stories with each other it will help get you through the hard time .

 

Anita Goode posted on 9/25/20

Danny....Ive know you since you were 19 yrs old! You, Rob, Janet and Happy and I had Some GREAT times together!. I will Never forget all those including You and Robs Graduation from ODU and just How Proud everyone Was ESPECIALLY Your Mom When you Graduated From Hamlin Law School with HONORS! You were a GOOD Man! No pun intended... And Will be Missed So Much!!! Please Give TIM, Your Mom, Dad and others a Hug from Me! We Love You and May you Rest in Heavenly Peace!

 

Daryle Fabrizio posted on 9/25/20

I was saddened to hear the news of my former co-worker’s passing. Bill had a lot of interesting stories he use to share with me.

 

Robin Horne posted on 9/25/20

I'm sure going to miss you buddy. Take care of yourself in heaven above until we see each other again.

 

Donna Smith posted on 9/25/20

I met Mary when we were both in rehab after I had had back surgery. We chatted over our meals in the dining room. She never failed to say hello. Now she can rest. Thought and prayers go out to her family.

 

John J snow posted on 9/25/20

"I cannot imagine the heartache you feel at this time but remember you are not alone, and that I am always here to support you with love and a shoulder to cry on"

 

Vicki Catucci posted on 9/25/20

My condolences to Vicki, William, Richard (Dicki), Teresa, all the grandkids and great grandkids! My heart breaks for your loss! Eva was always like a second Mom & her and Mr Sam where such special people! I have known this family since they welcomed us to the neighborhood and into their lives! Here we are 43 years later! I have such fond memories of Eva and times with Vicki and Richard and their families! I know that she will be greatly missed as she was greatly loved! I know she is no longer in pain or suffering and is up there with family! I know she is up there dancing with Sam and my parents, like they use to do every week at the Moose! This is a woman and family that invited us in their lives and kept us there no matter what! Mr Sam went at a very young age and Mrs Eva was a very strong woman! She was a fighter and won many battles over many things and situations! I will miss those talks with her and I’m glad we got to talk and hang out several times again over the last few years! She touched many lives and cared about many people! I am asking the Lord to please Lift up Vicki & Dicki’s families in prayers and all her friends as well! May God bring peace over each of you and carry you when you have had more than you can take! May he continue to guide you all in your future and lead you down the right paths! May he help you heal from your losses and May he wipe your tears & pain away when you have moments of missing your Mom! May God send all of the support you need to get through the process of what is to come and May you lean to him in your time of need! Please know that I am there in spirit and wish that I could be there in person with you on Friday! Sending you all my Love and hugs ! Rest In Peace dear Eva! We will join you one day and rejoice and sing or dance together! Much love Vicki, Tommy, Thomas & Cody (Page) Catucci

 

Rebecca Albero posted on 9/25/20

Anthony came into our family like a breath of fresh air. He showed my daughter how a young man should treat his girl. I wish we could have spent more time with him. My thoughts and prayers are with him, Karen and the entire family. He is missed very much!

 

Karen McKee-Amato posted on 9/25/20

Anthony, Mommy's Monkachino, the absolute love of my life and my true side kick and best friend. Baby boy you are missed beyond words and I am internally broken forever. I love you endlessly and will carry you with me every second of my life. You finally have peace. My heart is broken but you were ready to go. Please always stay close and visit me often.all my love, Madre. Xoxo

 

 

Angel & Awi posted on 9/25/20

Prayers for comfort and peace to the entire family

 

amanda albero posted on 9/25/20

Anthony showed me how a girl is supposed to be treated. He treated me with so much kindness, I will never be able to repay him. I will forever miss and love him, as we all will.

 

Lynn Trask posted on 9/24/20

We will cherish our memories of you always! We love you Danny! Love, Lynn, Tim and Matthew

 

Marsha and Dave Kaplan posted on 9/24/20

Marcy will be missed by all of her friends at Temple Beth Shalom on the Emerald Coast.

 

Polly Saunders posted on 9/24/20

As a neighbor of Loretta's for 30 some odd years, I will truly miss her. Although we did not visit as much as we could have, when we did "It was old home week".

 

Jenny McMahon posted on 9/24/20

I just saw your mom passed away. Our parents used to hang out together. They met at Square dancing years ago and were part of group of couples. I’m sorry for your loss. My mom was the first in the group to pass in 1992. My dad passed in 2011. They were Ralph and Faye McMahon. Your parents were so awesome! Again, I am sorry for your loss,

 

Judy Smith posted on 9/24/20

Joe was a good neighbor during the time I lived there. I'm sure Coastaway Dr will miss him. Sympathy to his family

 

Johnny Jones posted on 9/24/20

RIP Joe it was so nice knowing you all these years. Much love for you. JJ

 

Cindy Ramey Benninghove posted on 9/24/20

I am so sorry to hear that Bobby passed away. When I lived in Hampton back in 70’s I do remember Bobby when I go to Gately’s Communications with my Dad (C.W. Ramey). My thoughts and prayers are with all his family. Bobby now home in peace with no pain.

 

 

Richard Vargas posted on 9/24/20

Thank you for this outlet. Quique was an AMAZING cousin, friend, brother. He was so full of life, fun & love for his family, love for his siblings, and of course, love for his Country. Thank you Quique for ALL the years of non-stop laughter and fun. Thanks for your Service! I have so many memories of the stuff we used to do as teenagers. And how we ALWAYS LOVED being together and having fun. My only regret is, that I didn’t get to spend time with you while we were adults with our families. I am, and always will be grateful for the time I had with you and your family growing up. I will miss you my brother. Rest In Peace, and say hello to your mom and dad, as well as the rest of the family for me. Tell my mom & dad that I miss them always. In the Arms of God you are now. Until we meet again. Love Rich My love to your family. And if there is anything I can help with, please feel free to just ask.

 

Carissa Swindell posted on 9/24/20

My prayers are with your family in this time of loss. May God keep and comfort your family.

 

Tuelshed posted on 9/24/20

We are so blessed to have known you and to have had your genuine friendship. Friendship turned into family and the rest is history... we love you padre ❤️

 

Lisa Byrd posted on 9/24/20

I will miss your smile, I will miss your funny jokes, I will miss your amazing hugs that only you would know when I needed one. I Love you my friend today and forever. Till we meet again, you will be missed so much till then.

 

Billy, Dawn, Shelby & Dylan Ballou posted on 9/24/20

Mike, Michelle and Family, We just heard the news about your son Grayson and we are so sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Sheila Y Tavarez Ortiz posted on 9/23/20

My dearest brother, I will miss you forever. But I know that I will see and hug you again because on 8/4/2020 you made the best decision you could’ve ever made - to accept Jesus as your Lord and Savior. For this I am beyond grateful to our Father. Love you forever and always, your sis.

 

Richard majette (rick) posted on 9/23/20

I tell stories about us at Textron all the time.

 

Richard majette (rick) posted on 9/23/20

Oh no.So very sorry for the loss of Juan ,Desire.I've missed you guys for a long time. I love you all.I'm going to miss him.

 

Lindsay Chance (summers) posted on 9/23/20

Any time spent with my uncle quique was a special memory, he was the light and the booming voice in the room, always joking and picking at you was his way of showing love. If you were feeling down stopping by his and Aunt Desiree’s house was sure to warm your soul (and your belly) as they always have people over, something going on, or good food on the stove. My heart breaks for my Aunt as you could see the love between them, soulmates. And to my cousins and their children for suffering such a major loss in their life too soon.

 

 

Mike and Debora Ramirez posted on 9/23/20

❤️

 

Belle Minge Bishop posted on 9/23/20

I just learned of Michael Podesta's death. I have many of his pieces and cherish them. I will cherish equally the couple of times I had a chance to meet him and talk with him.

 

Tenisha White posted on 9/23/20

Rest in Peace Mr. Sackler. You were loved. Ms. White

 

Susan Epley (Pauline's Daughter) posted on 9/23/20

My mother, Pauline, and Loretta were the dynamic duo together. She was and will always be my mother's first best friend when she moved from California to Virginia. Loretta's encouragement to get involved with the Rainbows and other activities really got my mom out there to participate, bake, sew and anything else that was needed. These two women were always there for each other. Thank you for allowing me and my family be part of your life. Loretta, you are still loved and will be very much missed.

 

 

A. Marine posted on 9/23/20

Semper Fi Marine, Rip.

 

Jewish Museum & Cultural Center posted on 9/23/20

The Jewish Museum and Cultural Center will forever hold his memory in our archives and our hearts. So very sorry to hear of his passing.

 

Dale Ramey posted on 9/23/20

To the family and friends, please accept my heartfelt condolences. The family and I grew up together thru the business. I, actually, worked for Bobby directly back in the early seventies. Boy, those were the times......and for later discussion. Bobby is no longer experiencing the pains of being here in body. He has gone home to be with his mom, dad, and sister. Please know he will always be here with all of us in spirit. God Bless... Dale Ramey

 

 

Jane Doss (Lombard) posted on 9/23/20

Basil was a dear friend of my mother’s in the nursing home. Together they chatted and did puzzles together. I will always be grateful of his friendship with her. He always had a smile and a sweet greeting no matter what he was personally going through. Thank you Basil and God Bless❤️

 

Kountry Kickers Clogging Team posted on 9/23/20

Deb, was such an integral part of the Kountry Kickers Clogging Team and made each dance look effortless. She passed her love of clogging on to her daughter, Michelle, and granddaughter, Haylee, and we never tired of watching the three generations clogging together. We send our love and sympathy to the family at this very sad time.

 

 

Joseph A.Simonds Sr. posted on 9/23/20

A father losing a daughter is very difficult to bear. The void created is so large, all the memories, the good , the bad, special times known only to us is crushing. Crystal was torn between good and evil. She struggled mightily but lost to the black train to nowhere, driven by pure evil. “There was thunder from the throne”. Angels came and took another Angel home… Dad

 

Red posted on 9/23/20

She wasn't afraid of my demons and I did not fear her madness we saw beyond those things that life does to a person and underneath it all there's a beautiful soul that just wants to be loved

 

 

Josep A.Simonds Sr. posted on 9/23/20

A father losing a daughter is very difficult to bear. The void created is so large, all the memories, the good , the bad, special times known only to us is crushing. Crystal was torn between good and evil. She struggled mightily but lost to the black train to nowhere, driven by pure evil. “There was thunder from the throne”. Angels came and took another Angel home… Dad

 

Susan Harrington Downs posted on 9/23/20

Laurie and Doug, your mom had a tremendous positive impact in my life. Knowing her was a gift. Babysitting you two was always fun, too!

 

Bonnie Fedorchak posted on 9/23/20

I am so sorry for all those left behind. Prayers for all the family. May wonderful memories of happy times help to ease your pain.

 

 

Tito Perez C. posted on 9/23/20

My Crystal, Avciencia duele. en micorason espero un dia verte. Con Jesus grsias Porto do Lo Ke ysistes Pov Mi grasias Por La. Amistat con mi Familia y La Confiansa gue Me dieron en tu casa. D,N.P. te Ayvday ha tu PaPa en lok yo Pueda A Dois.

 

Tommy Southall posted on 9/23/20

My thoughts and prayers are with the family. May God grant you peace that passes all understanding. Bob was like family. Alway enjoyed his laugh and his stories of his travels. He was a loving and generous man that will be missed. Cherish the memories.

 

Punkin Mackie posted on 9/23/20

Sending Thoughts and Prayers from the Mackie and Miller families.

 

Bonnie Whitfield posted on 9/22/20

My heart breaks at this news of Bob moving to his heavenly home. Always one for an adventure and now he has reached the pinnacle of all adventures. He was one of the greatest gentlemen I have ever had the pleasure of knowing and working for. Gone but never forgotten

 

alice m rohrer posted on 9/22/20

sure wish i could come terrible to lose a wonderful family member a close good son at that i lost my grandson so sorry love to all

 

aunt mary ann uncle bill posted on 9/22/20

you have left us and gave us many fond memories rest in peace gal

 

Patti Graven posted on 9/22/20

Pam, Jay and family, we are so very sorry for you loss. You mother was beautiful and I know she will be so missed. Prayers for you all, Patti and Haley

 

Kevin Price posted on 9/22/20

My deepest & sincerest condolences, he was my company commander in Beirut Cco 1/8, 24th Mau. I'm glad to see he advanced to General, he was all marine, all the time. An excellent example. He truly lead by example. Made the God of heaven continue to provide peace and comfort, for you and your family. 2Cor 1:3,4 / Rev 21:3-5.

 

Nancy Simonds Knight-Shah posted on 9/22/20

My sincere condolences

 

Mary-Louise M. Lowery posted on 9/22/20

Eva was like a second mother to me growing up next door. We spent a lot of time at Lynn Haven Beach by the old pier. Eva was a lot of fun and a joy to hang around with the last three years before she got sick. My Love to Dicki and Theresa, Vickie Sue and William. Lol Vickie Sue could not say my name when she was young and called me Lulu. I loved it. Sam, Eva, Mom and Dad spent a lot of time together. Eva was the last to go home. Mom was 5 months younger than Eva but when home in 2006 at the young age of 71. Sam went home first, Daddy, mom and now Eva. There is a party going on in heaven especially on Christmas Eve. Fond memories, she is no longer in pain and is with family in heaven. Sissy , her sister had waited a long time. Be at peace mama Eva, you know I loved you.

 

Eugenia & John Gonzales posted on 9/21/20

Vi, un cambio en su persona, como de la noche al dia, era un cambio espiritual, interior. En sus ultimos momentos, vi, a Dios en sus ojos, una paz, que inindaba la habitacion entera. Se fue en silencio. Es para mi, un ejemplo, de como, Dios transforma a las personas en incienso agradable que se eleva al cielo. Yo tengo fe, que? igual que? Dios lo transformo a el?, tambien me transforme a mi. Dios vio su corazon grande y humano para todos, por eso perdono todos sus pecados. el dejo un sitio, que?, nadie puede ocupar, nadie. Un hombre que?, ha sufrido mucho, entre otras cosas, la muerte de victimas inocentes en Bietnan. Ha sido, un privilegio, para mi, ver la grandeza y la misericordia de Dios, reflejada en los ojos limpios de Dennis Tompkins, Hijo de DIOS

 

 

Jenn Howard posted on 9/21/20

RIP Crystal we love and miss you

 

Jo Anna Tremper posted on 9/21/20

So enjoyed being his hygienist for so many years and the connection we formed with the whole family. My condolences and prayers with you all. He fought the good fight, finished the race, and kept the faith.

 

Anthony Austin posted on 9/21/20

She will be very much missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family.

 

Peggy and Steve posted on 9/21/20

In loving memory of dear Gladys , A dear friend to all . We will sadly miss you Glad. Good night and God bless You sweetheart ❤️ XX

 

Paula Crooks posted on 9/20/20

Dear Michelle, Michael, Gabby, and Skylar: Sending our deepest condolences to you all as you mourn your son. Our hearts are broken for you, and we pray that God will plant the strength in you to find a way to walk through this tragedy and heal. Know that we are praying for your peace. Kent, Paula, Caroline, Ellen, and Audrey Crooks

 

Mary posted on 9/20/20

I’m so sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort help you during this difficult time. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4 & Psalms 83:18). Jesus prayed for God’s Kingdom to come because He knew it would intervene to solve all mankind’s problems even sickness and death. (Revelation 21:3-5 & Daniel 2:44).

 

Kathy Hockenberry Sineath posted on 9/20/20

I remember so much.... he was so special....I am so sorry

 

Mike Ferguson, LT, USN, Retired posted on 9/20/20

I’m so sorry to see you take your final cruise, shipmate! After years at the Naval Reserve Center, Great Lakes, IL, and re-meeting you again in the room of New Day Group, it’s hard to say goodbye to a friend. Fair winds and following seas, until we meet again!

 

Denise Favors posted on 9/20/20

My most sincere condolences to the Wright. He married one of the nicest woman that I know and raised a very warm and friendly family. It is a pleasure to know the Wright's.

 

Bill Litman posted on 9/20/20

Rick, I just learned of your passing. Of all the friends I had in my early years, i always hoped I’d be able to sit with you and go back in time if only through our memories. The stories we could tell. Some hilarious, some sad, and some that are just beyond belief. Vick and I occasionally look at our wedding pictures from time to time with our kids and grandchildren and you are who we always talk about. I’m sad that we never reconnected through the years and wished I could have been there when you needed encouragement or just a hand. I’ll remember you always friend as you bask in the glory of the lord.

 

Ruth Worman posted on 9/20/20

Mom and I always enjoyed her company

 

Rhonda Piwowarski posted on 9/20/20

From a fellow JMU parent, I want to send my sincerest sympathies to Grayson's family.

 

Mary B Bernards posted on 9/20/20

Donna and I met at Portsmouth. She was so good to me. She had a great sense of humor as well. She will be missed!

 

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

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 Craig Edward Shacklee, 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, Craig Edward Shacklee, 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 †

 

The Hasty Family posted on 9/20/20

Mike and Michelle, Our family is crestfallen to hear of your loss. Grace and Peace.

 

 

Paul & Kathryn Curry posted on 9/19/20

So sorry to hear about Kens passing. He sure was a strong man who fought to the end. Please know our love & prayers are being sent your way.

 

Cindy posted on 9/19/20

MY condolences to the Childress family . Sincerely, Cindy Delacruz Outland

 

Bill Sittig posted on 9/19/20

Worked with Ken at Altmeyer Funeral Home before I had to move to South Carolina. My prayers for family as the Lord will be with you. Ken was an outstanding Christian who I enjoyed working with.

 

Bill Sittig posted on 9/19/20

I remember well working several years with Ken at Altmeyer Funeral home. Had to move to South Carolina to be near a daughter who helps me care for my wife. Ken is a fine Christian and loved working with him.

 

Bob Eaton posted on 9/19/20

Sympathy to the DeMara family on the loss of Rick. I have many high school memories of this great, fun-loving guy. Rest In Peace, my friend.

 

James R Whitmore posted on 9/19/20

So sorry for your loss. Ken was a wonderful man with a magnificent voice. He will be missed by many.

 

Norman D Soroko posted on 9/19/20

My heart goes out to all of you. I so enjoyed the friendship with Ken and working for a few years with him at Altmeyer funeral Home. May his soul be bound in the bonds of eternal life.

 

Kevin Lewis posted on 9/19/20

Dennis was a man with a great sense of humor. I served with him onboard the mighty USS Clark. We attended several events together on the clark and I enjoyed his company. Rest in Peace Boats.....I have the watch.

 

Hope Blumenthal, Michael O'Brien and Chaim O'Brien-Blumenthal posted on 9/19/20

Dear Cousins, Our hearts are with you.. May the Source of peace send peace to all who mourn and comfort to all who are bereaved. Hope, Michael and Chaim

 

Cheryl J Skinner Tri-State Military Museum posted on 9/19/20

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 Dennis Garfield Tompkins, 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 Garfield Tompkins, 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 †

 

Paddy Blanton Crosby posted on 9/18/20

After many years of searching, I found Cathy tonight on this link from Noah’s Facebook page. I was just reading a letter from her written in Feb 1974. I was at Va Tech, she was at Bayside. We both worked at Grant’s department store. Cathy worked in the credit dept and I worked in the main office. I introduced Cathy and Al to each other the prior summer. If Noah or Wendy read this please contact me 513-4220. I was so excited finding her on Facebook and now am destroyed beyond words. You guys were babies the last time I saw you. P.J. Blanton Crosby

 

Kenny Bowab posted on 9/18/20

Mike and the Hatcher/Harris family. I am very sad and sorry to hear of Kathy's passing. While I have not seen or talked to Kathy in quite some time I have many fond memories. We met in high school at Lake Taylor and quickly formed a friendship. I always enjoyed seeing and talking to her as she always made me feel better and lifted my spirits if I was down. Her personality and smile were electric and infected those around her. You could never meet a nicer and more caring person. I know without a doubt that she was a loving and loved mother, wife, grandmother, daughter and sister. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this very tough time.

 

Cassandra Tompkins posted on 9/18/20

My granddaddy was a good and loving man. That loved the lord a lot. I miss this man so much he was more then a granddaddy to me more like a father. I’m goin to miss and cherish his memory. One thing I can say about my granddaddy he helped out anybody that needed it he had a good heart. I wish I was there to tell him goodbye I love you daddy.

 

ANN Middleton posted on 9/18/20

So sorry to hear about your mom she was a lovely lady and I treasured the time that we knew each other. You are in my prayers.

 

Jay Knapp posted on 9/18/20

Rob, Sorry to hear about Rick. Even though it's been decades, not years ,since I last saw him. I still remember Rick hanging out with my younger friends and always entertaining them. I'm hoping he enjoyed his life during his time here. My thoughts and sympathy are with you, the rest of Rick's family and the many friends I'm sure he had during his time in this world.

 

Mary Godfrey posted on 9/18/20

To Brandy Majors, kids and Family. Our deepest condolences. May God Bless all of you and strengthen you through this difficult time and in the days ahead. Keep the memories of him in your heart and he will always be with you. Ted will be missed by all who knew him. He always had that warm smile when he greeted you. God Bless, Lenard and Mary

 

Russell Grimes posted on 9/18/20

Among the most radiant and brightest lights in my life. Though many years have passed, the warmest, happiest memories of her are still with me. Solace and comfort for her family.

 

Robert & Phyllis Archie posted on 9/18/20

The sun never sets on beautiful memories.Rest in peace

 

Kathryn Trent posted on 9/18/20

Kathy was the type of person who would do anything for anyone at any time. If you needed her she would be there. You need a ride? no problem, you needed to get something off your chest? She had a listening ear with good advise. You're hungry and don't have any money? She would buy you a meal without hesitation. If you needed/ wanted something, she was there and ready to help. Kathy was many, many great things and she will be deeply missed.

 

Roy Loel posted on 9/18/20

I cooked for him and the crew on the USS Clark FFG11, never complained of my cooking, always nice to me

 

Lou Sutton posted on 9/18/20

I am so sorry to hear about Rose. Sorry couldnt make service, but wanted you to know I will miss her dearly. She was a great neighbor, took care of Elaine and David for me, and never missed a Christmas since I moved, wishing a merry Christmas! Prayers for all of you, from the Suttons.

 

Terri Waterfield (Bug) posted on 9/18/20

Extending deep and heartfelt sympahy to my best friend Susan, and her family for the loss of a beautiful mother, wife, grandmother, great grandmother, and friend. May you keep the fond memories close to your hearts, never to be forgotten, but give you all strength in the days ahead. Wishing you all peace. Love you all!

 

Michele Rogers posted on 9/18/20

Brandy, Makayla, and family, my deepest condolences to you during this sad season. Ted was truly a Godly man, who loved his family and enjoyed serving Gods people. He was always willing to lend a helping hand whenever he could. I, personally appreciate all the love he showed toward the youth and young adults. Rest well Ted, your living has not been in vain.

 

Alvin & Karen Brown posted on 9/18/20

May God continue to comfort and strengthen each of you during this time.

 

Alvin& Karen Brown posted on 9/18/20

We remember how Welcoming Mr. "Bobby Blue" was to us when we first moved in. He was always gracious and kind to us.

 

Dion Esidro posted on 9/18/20

Ted and I worked together at Walashek. He was a God fearing man, with stearn soft voice and a great laugh. We shared similar experiences in life and it was always good for us to laugh about them. So today we rejoice because we know he is in heaven with our beloved father, and he will keep watch over us with each passing day.

 

GAIL BROWN posted on 9/18/20

Brandy, May you be surrounded by family and friends who will support you through this time. If you need one more person , please don't hesitate to contact me . Be blessed. Gail Morton Brown

 

Anne Burrus posted on 9/18/20

Kathy was a wonderful sister-in-law. I have memories of Kathy's wonderful family gatherings and meals; and memories of how Kathy was always amazingly able to handle multiple tasks and responsibilities and make it look so easy. Kathy was always so good to the Harris family . . . I know it was not easy for her with all the illness the Harris family went through. I am thankful to Kathy for taking such great care of my brother and for being such as awesome wife. Kathy will be in my memory and heart forever. I pray for strength, comfort and peace for Mike, Jeremy, Jonathan, Lauren, Mark & Lori, Joyce, Vicky & John, and all other family and friends.

 

Timothy Fosque & Regina Fosque posted on 9/18/20

With sympathy and a Heartfelt Prayer that God's Loving Presence will bring you comfort. May the precious memories of your love one carry you through these difficult times. Dear Brandy & family Ted will be truly missed he was a dedicated man of God. Please remember that we care and share in your sorrow.

 

Tim & Reguna Fosqueb posted on 9/18/20

For thou hast been a shelter for me I will abide in thy tabernacle for ever: I will trust in the covert of thy wings. Psalms 61:3_4

 

Hazel L Wynn posted on 9/18/20

To the family. I am so sorry for your Loss. Robert love his family very much.I work with him at the Williamsburg Police Department and he was a joy to be around.I am going to miss him RIP Robert.