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Kristin Mastros posted on 6/25/19

Dr. Trolenberg was kind to me and supportive as I came into the dental field 13 years ago. I asked him one summer while in school if I could help out in his office. He hired me for the summer and showed me the ropes. He was honest about practice ownership, humble, and a very good dentist. He was my first mentor. I will miss him, and my heart and deepest sympathies go out to his family.

 

Sonia posted on 6/25/19

My sincere condolences for your loss. Please know that God understands how you feel and he deeply cares about you (1Peter 5:7), and fully understands what you’re going through. Especially the pain and grief we experience when someone we love falls asleep in death. God’s word encourages all to throw all of our anxiety on Him because he cares for you. You can trust him with your innermost feelings, Pray to Almighty God for comfort and he will sustain you. My deepest Sympathy.

 

Sonia posted on 6/25/19

My sincere condolences for your loss. Please know that God understands how you feel and he deeply cares about you (1Peter 5:7), and fully understands what you’re going through. Especially the pain and grief we experience when someone we love falls asleep in death. God’s word encourages all to throw all of our anxiety on Him because he cares for you. You can trust him with your innermost feelings, Pray to Almighty God for comfort and he will sustain you. My deepest Sympathy.

 

Trw posted on 6/25/19

Dear Trolenberg Family: Please accept my sincere condolences for your recent loss. I know that this is a difficult time for your family. I find that Romans 8:38,39 and Philippians 4;6,7 provide much comfort. Again I'm sorry for your loss.

 

Trw posted on 6/25/19

Dear Collier Family: Please accept my sincere condolences for your recent loss. I know that this is a difficult time for your family. I find that Romans 8:38,39 and Philippians 4;6,7 provide much comfort. Again I'm sorry for your loss.

 

Trw posted on 6/25/19

Dear Esbach Family: Please accept my sincere condolences for your recent loss. I know that this is a difficult time for your family. I find that Romans 8:38,39 and Philippians 4;6,7 provide much comfort. Again I'm sorry for your loss.

 

Trw posted on 6/25/19

Dear Lee Family: Please accept my sincere condolences for your recent loss. I know that this is a difficult time for your family. I find that Romans 8:38,39 and Philippians 4;6,7 provide much comfort. Again I'm sorry for your loss.

 

Jeanette Gibas posted on 6/25/19

My condolences to the Trolenberg family and members of Dr Trolenberg’s dental practice. I will miss seeing Dr Trolenberg and staff and their caring service. He was always up for a challenge and would look for ways to fix my issues without going the expensive route of a crown. He always respected and listened to me. God Bless.

 

Trw posted on 6/25/19

Dear Lopez Family: Please accept my sincere condolences for your recent loss. I know that this is a difficult time for your family. I find that Romans 8:38,39 and Philippians 4;6,7 provide much comfort. Again I'm sorry for your loss.

 

Cindy Daube posted on 6/25/19

Dr. T. was so gentle and kind. I have a fear of dentists myself, but he and his entire staff could not have been more welcoming and comforting. Top notch dental practice- none better. I am so appalled and saddened by this needless death. Dr. T. was SUCH a wonderful, kind, gentle, humane being. My heart breaks for his family and STAFF..all of which have been affected. Thoughts, prayers and God's Blessings to each and everyone of you. Thank You Dr. T. for taking care of and being so kind to me. Cindy Daube and the Daube Family

 

Lorraine Wright and Jackie Smith posted on 6/25/19

Love and comfort for his wife June and the rest of the family during this time. Words may not comfort, but time will heal. Love you all!

 

Rebecca J Jackson posted on 6/25/19

My sencere condolences to the Trolenberg family. Such a sweet, kind man.

 

Mary E Tyler posted on 6/25/19

I started seeing Doc when he first opened his practice, way back in 2001. Over the years, I have moved several times around Hampton Roads, never changing dentists, always traveling as far as 90 minutes to see him. Here's why: since I was a kid I told dentists that I wasn't numb. They would ignore me and start drilling, causing me to have trauma and eventually PTSD. He was the first dentist to ever believe me. He said, "If you say you aren't numb, then you aren't. We'll FIND an anesthetic that WORKS!" He kept trying different ones until we did. It was a decade later when pioneering genetic research showed that red-haired (and red-brown haired) people are less sensitive or immune to anesthetics. He never quite understood why it meant SO much that he BELIEVED ME. But it was everything. One day at Langley Commissary, a couple years ago, I ran into a kindly gentleman. Without thinking, I greeted him warmly and gave him a big hug. I couldn't think who it was, only that it was someone I knew well and liked very much. It was about 10 minutes later, I realized I had hugged MY DENTIST! When I saw him next, I admitted, blushing, that I hadn't known it was him. He said it was okay. It was nice, actually. That's the kind of guy he was. Doc was a very good dentist. He was a good friend to my family. He will be sorely missed.

 

 

Coleen a fun Doug Lamb posted on 6/24/19

Our love and prayers for all the family. Dr Trolenberg was one of the most caring people, we had been going to him for our dental work since 2001. He truly cared for each of his patients, and would do anything he could for everyone. He will be missed.

 

 

Coleen a fun Doug Lamb posted on 6/24/19

Dr Trolenberg was one in a million, he was so caring and would do anything he could for you. He was our dentist since 2001, and will be missed as a friend as well as our dentist. My love and prayers for all his family.

 

Anastasia posted on 6/24/19

Gilbert was such great guy! My deepest condolences to the loved ones. He will be missed by the Home Depot family.

 

Paula Pruitt posted on 6/24/19

I like some who are afraid of going to a dentist. My first visit though in pain his bedside manner, smile, soft comforting voice assurance and understanding kept me there with him at DEER PARK DENTAL. THE staff mirrored his kindness, he mirrored their kindness, it was the atmosphere that kept me there since possibly 2000. To his entire Family I was able to share unique time with Dr. Trollenberg and trusted in his care. I recommend Dr. Trollenberg to many people cause I knew he could help them and ease their pain or discomfort or to begin dental Care for the first time. I knew MY DENTIST was the DENTIST for them. I know God and the Holy Spirit will take Care of him. I will miss him, his patience and time he devoted to so many of us. May God Bless The Entire Family, his memory is embedded in my Heart. I will never forget Dr. Trollenberg. Rest in PEACE SIR!

 

Dana and Jazzy posted on 6/24/19

Dr. Trolenberg was my absolute favorite dentist! My deepest sincere condolences to his family and all the ladies in his office!! You all were living proof of teamwork!! No man walking this earth could fill your shoes. You were thoughtful, kind and most of all extremely caring of your patients! I cant believe I'm having to say goodbye to my favorite..my friend..my dentist. I will never be able to hear you say.."what did you do now kiddo"...again...His laugh was warm, his vibes were contagious...I'm sure going to miss you!!

 

Lori melle and Brad hanks (metro dental) posted on 6/24/19

We were so sad to hear of this! Dr. Trolenburgh was the nicest person ,we will miss working with him and him stopping by the lab and chatting , to June and all of you at deer park dental we send our condolences, hope you know how much we thought of such a great human being as dr. Trolenburg!

 

Robin Friend posted on 6/24/19

You had a wonderful disposition and were always kind and caring. Thankful our family got to know you so well for over 15 years. Praying for June, the children, family members and work family and your patients. We will miss you, Dr. Trolenberg!

 

Kerrie Watson posted on 6/24/19

The entire Deer Park Family had a tremendous relationship with ECPI University. Dr. Trolenberg was always willing to partner with us and host our students for internships. They regularly contributed feedback on ways we could improve our program. I am grateful for his knowledge, skills, and contributions to the field, as well as his patients. My heart is with Dr. Trolenberg's loved ones as they heal from this tragedy.

 

Dr Joseph and Lillian Pesce posted on 6/24/19

We knew Dawn's parents and knew of their wonderful talented family of which Dawn was part of. Dawn was dearly loved by them all. We send our condolences to you all especially Delia and Vin in Bridgeport.

 

Rosemarie Green posted on 6/24/19

My heartfelt condolences family. He was truly a wonderful person, it was a pleasure to have known Bill. May he rest in eternal peace.

 

 

Brenda Mcnair posted on 6/24/19

My heart is so heavy with the loss of my Aunt may God give us comfort

 

Steve and Julie White posted on 6/24/19

Bill will forever be remembered by us as the great neighbor who lived across the street, always ready to help and always a smiling face and waving hand. His untimely passing is a travesty. Our hearts go out to June, Jabari, Natalie and Krystal...we are here for you and grieve with you.

 

Dale & Jini Schultz posted on 6/24/19

Doc Bill Trolenberg was an exceptional man. Reading about his life certainly matches my impression of Bill. He will be missed but not forgotten. Fair winds and following seas Shipmate.

 

Brian and Emily Goulet posted on 6/24/19

Dr. Trolenberg was always kind to our daughters. He would each visit ask them about school, and their lives in general. They will remember him having encouraging words about their futures. You could often see him walking to the reception area still checking on his patients. During difficult dental work he would still be encouraging...checking on your comfort level...always trying to save and not lose teeth. The atmosphere of the practice was always warm and friendly....that they worked well together as a team. Such a great group of people in the practice that Dr. Trolenberg built. He touched so many lives for good....he will remain in our hearts for always.

 

Debbie ( Zellers) DiBartolomeo posted on 6/24/19

Extreme shock ..... .Bill was in my home room class thru out our high school years at Shenendehowa....my sincerest sympathy to all......my heart breaks for you having to go thru this........God be with .....

 

Ms. Kathleen H. Gooden posted on 6/24/19

i needed a root-canal and i was 'scared' because i had been told it would be excruciatingly painful. It did not hurt (only the numbing), and no after pain or problems. Thanks to my wonderful dentist, Dr. Trolenberg. i am truly blessed to have known someone so genuinely gentle, kind, and caring. My daughter Kathleen and i send our condolences to his family, his staff and other patients.

 

Jeannette R Stover posted on 6/24/19

Dear Beverly and Family, So sorry for your loss of Buck.We and some neighbors had fixed the flag pole rope last month and He had told us he was on Hospice.Peace Be With Your Family During This Time of Sorrow.The Stover's Michael Sr. and Jeannette And Michael Jr Stover 3705 Amherst st.

 

Cathy (Hebenstreet) Carras posted on 6/24/19

I knew him as Billy. His mom was my mothers best friend. Kurt, his brother was my pal growing up. I remember Bill as a nice big brother. We were family. I am so sad to hear about this sudden loss. From what I have read he went above and beyond as a father, husband, doctor. I’m not surprised. God bless his family and friends. My heart is broken too.

 

 

Kathay Gayle and Family posted on 6/24/19

Our deepest condolences to the family

 

Marietta Valentine posted on 6/23/19

You will be truly missed. Such a kind person who should not have been taken so soon!. My dentist for 20 years and you will be hard to replace, but as a kind person you are one in a million. God rest your soul.

 

Doug & Sylvia Brammer posted on 6/23/19

Dr Trolenberg you wi) be greatly missed! Thx for all your service to our family for the last 20 years, even meeting us on Sunday, you are a terrific human being. Love & prayers (RIP).

 

Sue Trolenberg Grigor posted on 6/23/19

With heartfelt sympathy for our entire Trolenberg Family. I have many fond memories of my cousins Bill & Kurt at Grandpa & Grandmas house on old Stone Church Road. Other family get togethers in Saratoga Springs & Clifton Park, New York! I only wish our current families could have known each other! To know the loving, kind hearted man you grew up to be! I love you Cousin Bill! You were the oldest of the original Trolenberg bunch! Bill, Kurt, Sue, John Jr., Leslie, Ken, Shannon & Brad. I was next. You did a great job of keeping us out of trouble at Grandmas house! 50 acres to get lost on without proper supervision! Such a role model for us all! You will be missed on earth but forever in our hearts & minds! With Love, Light & Godspeed! Your cousin, Sue xo Love & Prayers go out to the ENTIRE TROLENBERG FAMILY from my family: Sue Trolenberg Grigor Daughter: Cindy Thenhaus (Josh) Jaidyn & Leilah Son: Robert Stevens (Rachel) Rhiannon

 

August Curcio Jr. posted on 6/23/19

So sorry to hear about Dawn's passing. I never met her but knew her father Dr. Vincent Manjoney. He was my 3nd cousin. My mother, Rose Manjoney Curcio was the daughter of Josephine and Augustine Manjoney of Bridgeport. My name is August F. Curcio Jr. I was born in Bridgeport and lived in Stratford until 1968. Dawn's father and mother came to my wedding along with Dawn back in May 1965. I am retired in Canton, Georgia. email is [email protected]

 

The Askews posted on 6/23/19

The Askew family sends there deepest condolences to the Trolenberg family, beautiful staff, and friends. What a kind, honest, and patient man he was. My family and I have been seeing him since 2002. He has always shown the patience of Job. He and his staff were very sweet and professional. They made us all feel like family. I recommended him highly to anyone who needed dental care. I was such a nervous patient but requested a break when he was filling a cavity and often grabbed his hands while he was trying to complete his work successfully. Never once did his seem frustrated or upset. I can recall when he read an X-ray from another dentist who had proclaimed that my four year old son had 8 cavities and needed fillings. Dr Trolenberg was honest enough to tell me that he didn’t see this from the X-ray and that my child had deep indentions in his teeth. Dr Trolenberg will be missed greatly. My family, along with the other patients of Deer Park Dental, and the community will truly miss Dr Trolenberg’s pleasant smile and kindness. He had the best staff ever. Praying for the family, staff, and friends.

 

Stephanie Poe posted on 6/23/19

My condolences to the Trolenberg family and members of Dr Trolenberg’s dental practice. We worked together in the dental clinic at Ramstein AB, Germany in the early ‘90’s.

 

Ken Trolenberg posted on 6/23/19

Billy Trolenberg My heart breaks for my cousin Billy and the Trolenberg family. My sincere condolences to his mom Aunt Joan, wife children and his brothers and sisters. I knew Cousin Billy as a young child growing up in Sarasota New York many fond memories of our Uncles, Aunts and Cousins getting together. You are missed by all that have known you. Your kindness and love of life is an example to all that have have ever had the pleasure-of knowing you. Sincerely Ken, Theresa and My son Taylor. The Trolenberg’s from Florida.

 

Wanda Rowe posted on 6/23/19

My husband and I have been coming to this dental office for at least 40 yrs. First with Dr. Ames, then after Dr. Ames retirement, we began to see Dr. Trolenberg. We have been his patients since he started here. We moved to the Outer Banks 3 yrs. ago and we still come back to Va. to see Dr. Trolenberg for our appts. We felt almost like family there. We became friends with his wonderful staff and him. He was a wonderful, caring man. We are heartbroken that he is gone especially in such a senseless act of violence. Our condolences to his family and staff. Our prayers are with you all. Dr. Trolenberg, you are loved and missed. Wayne and Wanda Rowe

 

Keith Howell posted on 6/23/19

Dear Bev, Sandy, Pam, & Linda, Our heartfelt condolences for the loss of your husband and father. We were very fond of Buck and we know you all loved him very much. We are shocked and saddened to learn of his passing. We are thinking of you all and sending our love and prayers. Sincerely, Keith & Lena Howell

 

Teresa Arledge posted on 6/23/19

Dr Trolenberg, was a very sweet soul. He would go out of his way to help. I loved him so very much .There just isn't the right words to explain how I'm feeling ,just heartbroken. It is hard to understand how someone could heartlessly come up and take his life. If the person who did this even knew him at all how could he be so heartless. I'm praying for the Family's, Coworker , Patients and Friends peace. I will miss going to the office and seeing their beautiful, and friendly faces. I love you all may Dr. Trolenberg Rest In Peace. I know he is looking down on us from Heaven and some day soon we will see him again. God Bless you his Family, Coworker Patients and Friends.

 

Tim Leighton posted on 6/23/19

I never knew Doctor Trolenberg, at least not as a dentist. I knew him a "The Troll" back in the late 1970's when we were both pilots assigned to The Tigertails of VAW-125. I'm sure he was a superb dentist since he was a great "stick" behind the controls of the E-2C Hawkeye aircraft. It was always a pleasure to fly with him and while I was sorry to hear he'd left the Navy for the Air Force I knew he was pursuing his dream to help others. I lost contact with Bill years ago after a Hawkeye reunion and my regret is that we never had a chance to again toss down a few adult beverages and tell sea stories...a few of which were true. My sincere condolences to the entire Trolenberg family, his friends and patients. A kind soul taken way too soon.

 

 

Linda Gottlieb, Milford CT posted on 6/23/19

Dr. Delia, sending thoughts and prayers on the loss of your sister. ♥

 

Louise Durden posted on 6/23/19

My daughter started seeing him at 2 because he and his nurses were the only ones she’d let come near her mouth. He will be missed by my family.

 

Tammy Spellman posted on 6/23/19

The Spellman family sends condolences to the family, staff, patients, and friends of Dr. Trolenberg. This has been extremely difficult for all of us! He will be missed by all! My heart is breaking! He had a heart of gold and made you feel comfortable! RIP Dr. Trolenberg!

 

Lori Unangst posted on 6/22/19

Dr. Trolenberg was a kind, generous, caring man that went out of his way to accommodate his patients and treated them like family. His loss is immeasurable. I've been a patient since 2001. I can recall an instance when Dr. T. went above and beyond for me. I had a dental issue and was in horrible pain. It was a Saturday and the office was closed. We called and left a message and not long after he called back and had us meet him at the office. He had been out on his boat and cut his day short to come all the way back in to treat me. He even brought his daughter in with him to assist in pulling my tooth. If memory serves, it was Natalie. I was so upset that I had ruined his day on the water and he gave me a squeeze and told me that's why he was there. My family and I will miss him and remember him fondly with much respect and love. A sweet soul gone way too soon. Our deepest condolences to his family, his children and staff. Rest easy, Dr. T.

 

The Knarrs posted on 6/22/19

We are deeply saddened, Dr. Trolenberg was an amazing dentist and a phenomenal person...prayers for his family, friends, and staff, he will be truly missed...

 

Valerie Robinson posted on 6/22/19

Bill was a classmate of mine from Shenendehowa High School in Clifton Park, NY. All of us are devastated that one of our own has been taken in this way. We remember him as a kind and funny man as well as a wonderful friend. Our hearts go out to his family. Shenendehowa High School Class of 1971

 

Richard Thomas posted on 6/22/19

Dr Trolenberg you always found time to go the extra mile repairing my teeth. I will always remember you wanting to pull one of my teeth and I asked if you could just work your magic and you did , 10 years later my tooth is going strong. Rest In Peace my old friend. Sending prayers to your family and staff .

 

Frank and Karen Lewis posted on 6/22/19

The Lewis family sends condolences to his family and his office family. My husband was a patient while on active duty. They retired about the same time so he followed him to private practice. My daughter and I were there just a month ago. She is 18 and has never known another dentist. His smile was always present. He was a kind, gentle soul. We will pray for peace for his family, his staff and all who knew him.

 

Bob and Barbara Shrieves posted on 6/22/19

With great sadness, we send our love, prayers and thoughts.

 

Vivi, Anna and Kalli posted on 6/22/19

Forever in our hearts, kind is not enough to say to describe him. A gentle soul, a generous man, a true gift to all who knew him. My condolences to his family and staff. His kindness and smile will never be forgotten May God comfort those with strength and love during this very heartbreaking moment.

 

Leslie Lyford posted on 6/22/19

My earliest memories of my cousin Bill was of family gatherings picnics weddings and baptisms. He would drive up to Saratoga to spend time with us. He would give us piggy back rides and swing us around we laughed so much together! He will be missed by everyone! I can only pray that it can give us peace knowing that he is in heaven. This was such a senseless tragedy. Deepest condolences, prayers love and hugs to his wife and to Aunt Joan,his sisters Kristen, Kyla and brother Karl. His daughters Natalie and Kristel and His nieces and nephews We love you Bill! Your cousin Leslie, her fiancé Scott and Leslie's kids Kirk and Rachelle

 

 

Valerie C DeFreitas posted on 6/22/19

A Light that rhat was put out too soon. Condolences to The family and friends. Forever remembered, Dr. Trolenberg, RIH

 

Bob & Kathy Neider posted on 6/22/19

Our condolences to his family, staff and patients. We were his patients from 2001 until we moved to SC in 2016. We'll remember him as a very upbeat person who always asked you how things were going. The community has lost a wonderful and kind man. We always called him, "Doc." Doc, may you Rest in Peace.

 

Brian and Emily Goulet posted on 6/22/19

He was our dentist since 2001. Such a gentle and caring man. He made all of his patients feel like part of his family. We trusted him with all of our dental needs. He will be missed by so many people. May GOD comfort this dear family.

 

Jennie Trady posted on 6/22/19

I keep checking Facebook and hoping the news isn’t true. I can’t believe you are gone. Heaven has gained another angel. ⚓️ I remember when your orders popped and being assigned as your sponsor onboard GW. We instantly shared a connection as you were coming from NSW, a community near and dear to both of our hearts. After your ORDMOD to finish your ST-2 deployment I patiently waited for your arrival. Even before I met you in person you had me laughing. Your personality instantly infectious. I remember telling you you’d have to get black boots and your disdain for having to give up your Rockys for shipboard life. You embraced the challenge and hit the deckplates running. Through it all we shared so many great talks and walks. My cleaning stations partner in crime. I loved hearing your Jeep stories, food porn experiences and sharing stories about what mattered most-family. Although I only knew for a short time, I knew that your wife was your best friend and that your son was what mattered more than anything in the world. I still can’t believe you’re gone. A great Chief and a great friend. My last text message a few months back had these words, “find the silver lining” followed by a rainbow ☀️ I had no idea that would be our last conversation. I’m so sad that you’re gone. I can only be grateful you didn’t suffer long. I pray for your wife and son. So many great memories and laughs. Whenever I look to the sky I know you’ll be there watching down on all of us. I’ll look for the rainbow and the silver lining. Rest easy Brother. ⚓️

 

Pamela Earnest posted on 6/22/19

My deepest sympathy in the loss of Dr. Trolenberg. He was the best dentist I ever had and was always friendly and caring. May he rest in peace.

 

Krystle posted on 6/22/19

Please accept my sincere condolences to the Trolenberg Family. I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Dr. Williams. The Bible assures us at Psalms 34:18 that God is near to those broken in heart. May your many great memories help you find peace and comfort as you go through the coming days. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

 

Josh and Amanda Bryant posted on 6/22/19

He was a kind, gentle, genuinely nice man. I hope his family can find peace.

 

Tim and Deborah Couch posted on 6/22/19

Dr. Trolenberg was our dentist for 10 years. He was a great dentist,but also a great person. He cared for his patients; and will be missed so much by us.My prayers is with his family.

 

Paulette Goity posted on 6/22/19

Dr. Trolenberg treated some of the members of a refugee family I was helping 13 years ago. He was a kind, gentle person. I will always remember him for his generosity of spirit. I'm so sorry for your loss.

 

 

Scott and Kim Bray posted on 6/22/19

So sorry for your loss Natalie , it was so good to meet your Dad at the gatherings at your house at the river.

 

 

Sarah Wiacek posted on 6/21/19

Miss and love you dearly, Aunt Lora!

 

Karen Sussman posted on 6/21/19

My heartfelt condolences to all that knew and loved Dawn. I am a childhood friend from Trumbull....Dawn was so smart, so cute, so nice.....

 

James posted on 6/21/19

My deepest sympathy for your loss. What seems to be a long life is never long enough where our loved ones are concerned. Our Heavenly Father Jehovah feels the same way. That is why He has promised to swallow up death forever and soon end all our suffering. (Rev. 21:3-5; Isa. 25:8) May His promises be a soothing balm for your grieving hearts.

 

 

Barbara Jordan Doheny posted on 6/21/19

My Deepest Sympathy to Dawn’s Husband and family. I was a classmate friend from THS in CT. She was a lovely person, full of intelligence and happiness. May God Bless her.✝️

 

Melissa Estrada posted on 6/20/19

My deepest sympathies to your family in this time of need. I wish you strength through this time and know that she will be greatly missed.

 

 

Ilene w Feuerberg posted on 6/20/19

My condolences to Dawn's family, she was a beautiful soul who never stopped smiling.

 

Ve’nessia posted on 6/20/19

I didn’t know James personally but i still wanted to send my condolences to the friends and family in this time of grief Revelation 21:4 promises: “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain anymore.” Death was not something that Jehovah God intended for us, that is why he will bring it to an end. Once again please accept my deepest condolences.

 

Lillie & Ed Ballance posted on 6/19/19

Chuck, Mary and family we have you in prayer during this very sad and heartbreaking moment. Asking God to ease the pain during this transition. Amen

 

James posted on 6/19/19

My deepest sympathy for your loss. May you find comfort in Jehovah God’s promise to swallow up death forever and soon end all our suffering. (Rev. 21:3-5; Isa. 25:8) Peace to you during this difficult time.

 

Brieale Scott posted on 6/19/19

I’m so sorry. I really feel for you all. He was one of the very few in the Chiefs Mess with such an understanding and non-judgmental personality. He will be missed.

 

Anita Monroe posted on 6/19/19

I am so sorry for your family's loss. Praying peace for his family and friends. Thank you for your service.

 

 

Elke posted on 6/19/19

didn't know him but somehow that obituary popped up...I am do sorry that an apparently dedicated, good man, with everything going for himself, passed this young. I do not know if he was ill or if a personal tragedy took him way to soon,my sincerest heartfelt condolences to his family and loved ones

 

Scott Haynes posted on 6/19/19

R.I.P Shipmate. Fair winds and following seas.

 

C ANDERSON posted on 6/19/19

Dorothy Faye was a wonderful cousin. I admire her as a child. Looked up to her. Whenever she visit i couldn't wait to see her. Always until the end made me feel special. I remember when my sister's and i were bathing and she was there, when she promised to give a nickel to whoever cleaned their ears the cleanness. I believed we all won the nickel, and walked around that evening with beet red ears. Lol...She was funny, kind, caring and most of all shes loved and missed very much. I will never forget her. I still get a smile when i think of that day.

 

Tim and Amy posted on 6/19/19

Brian is my Brother, he is my friend, he was the first guy I had met when we bought our Jeep who helped me understand what a Build should consist of. We became true brothers over the years, and was the guy I knew I could always count on, no matter what. A piece of our future has been stolen from us. Brian will forever be remembered. To Andrea and Colby, Brian and I had each spoke of this day, we each promised that if something ever happened, to make sure our loved ones would be looked after, for Brian I promise to fulfill his wishes as he would have for me. He will always be my Brother, he will always be my friend.

 

Gary and Becky Roark posted on 6/18/19

Sending our deepest condolences in the loss of your Mother, wife, grandmother and loved one! Our thoughts and prayers for all of the family! God be with you all as you celebrate Sue's life! We love you all

 

Stephanie Walker posted on 6/18/19

Brian was always the first to crack a joke and make you laugh. He had such a positive aura and a wonderful spirit that will be so missed. I will always cherish the fond memories that myself, Andrea, Brian and several other friends shared together. All my love to Andrea, Colby, the Sears family and every life that was touched by Brian’s short time here on earth. Rest easy, Chief. You are so sorely missed.

 

Katie Kunkel & Anthony Stamerro posted on 6/18/19

We have so many fond memories of Brian, too many to recall... he was soft spoken but oh so ornery and quick to throw a "that's what she said" into any conversation following with a giggle I can still hear in my head. He was so skilled when it came to working on his and Andrea's Jeeps and loved thinking about what he wanted to do next on his build or Andrea's build. He loved being in his Jeep and off-roading, we have many fond memories of trips we took to places like Rausch Creek and Uwharrie. Such a pure soul, gone way too soon. Our sincerest condolensces to Andrea, Colby, the Sears, and Brian's family. This loss hits home HARD and we are surrounding you all in love and prayers.

 

Angelia and Edward Bailey posted on 6/18/19

Sending you all our deepest condolences. Keeping you all in per thoughts and prayers.

 

Courtney Wynn posted on 6/18/19

Rest In Peace...

 

Luciana Bester posted on 6/17/19

Mr. Banton will truly be missed. I am keeping your family in my thoughts and prayers, and I send my heartfelt condolences. With affection and deep sympathy, Luciana Bester

 

Ed Christine posted on 6/16/19

A sad day. Thanks for the laughs at our Plt. 246 reunions. You were truly one of a kind and will be greatly missed.

 

 

Wanda posted on 6/16/19

❤️ Thinking of you ♥️MoM♥️& missing you❣️

 

 

AMK posted on 6/15/19

Kevin was an amazing, gifted uncle and friend. He was a blessing and gift to my life, the lives of my children who adored him, and to many others who experienced the love and happiness he could bring to any situation or day. We will always miss him, we will always be thankful and blessed for having had him for too brief a time. Go peacefully with God, uncle Kevin. Thank you for the joy, love and memories you leave behind. We love you always!

 

Sharon Disque posted on 6/14/19

Loved ones we hold close to our hearts never truly leave us, they live on in the kindness they have shared and the love they have brought into our lives. My sympathy and prayers to the family. R. I. P. Kevin. You will be Missed. ♥️

 

 

Eric O'Neal posted on 6/14/19

I can recall talking football with Mr. Harris, great fan of the Miami Dolphins. He was very knowledgeable. Loved his Undefeated season. No one will ever break it.Miss you Sir.

 

Cleola "MeMe " Butler posted on 6/14/19

I have fond memories of Vince at Rock Church years aho. It was nice to meet up with him again recently at the home of mutual friends at barbecue fellowship. Condolences to his family. Be comforted. We shall meet him again with Yeshua.

 

Cleola "MeMe " Butler posted on 6/14/19

I have fond memories of Vince at Rock Church many years ago.. It was a pleasure meeting up with him recently at the home of mutual friends during cookouts. Condolences to family. We shall meet him again with Yeshua.

 

Laureen Walton posted on 6/13/19

Mr. Allen may your heart and soul find peace and comfort.

 

Madeline and Mike Beiter posted on 6/13/19

Vince was a special man! We first met around 1979. Francis was around 8 or 9 years old. He was a man who lived his faith! We have great memories of him!

 

Adrian P. posted on 6/12/19

I wish to extend my condolences to the daughter and granddaughter of Mrs Prus. I hope that the cherished memories she was able to be a part of gives you some comfort during this time of grief. I marvel at ones who live to be in their 90’s for Psalms 90:10 says “The span of our life is 70 years, or 80 if one is especially strong...” Unfortunately, our greatest enemy, death, does not allow one to live as long as our Creator intended. But he promises that He will do away with death forever and we will enjoy life as He meant it to be. May you find comfort at this sad time in God’s word.

 

Jim Robo posted on 6/12/19

I worked with Eileen almost her entire time at the School of Music. She was caring and compassionate always willing to lend a helping hand. From my wife and myself, we offer our most sincere condolences.

 

cathydoughtie posted on 6/12/19

I met Vincent Rogers Harris about 20 years ago. We played pool together for many years. We did many things together back in the day. Vince never had a negative thing to say about anything. He loved his family dearly. He truly loved the lord and I know he’s rejoicing now. I can see a huge smile on his face. I will miss you my friend.

 

Jason Rucienski posted on 6/12/19

Rest in peace, Aunt Eileen! 'Comfort us in our sorrows at the death of our sister [my aunt]; let our faith be our consolation, and eternal life our hope!' -Book of Common Prayer, p. 497

 

Jerry & Carol Miller posted on 6/12/19

Our prayers continue for the family of Vince as our celebration begins for his gracious new home and his forever journey in the presence of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

 

Amy posted on 6/12/19

May the God of tender mercies provide the needed comfort for Vincent's friends and family during this difficult time. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4

 

Kym Norris posted on 6/12/19

A great man who always had a smile and kind word for anyone. I was blessed to know and work with Vince at the Sheriff's Office. He will be sorely missed by so many. My most sincere condolences to the family, he loved you all so dearly and spoke of you every day. May God wrap you in His love and give you peace and comfort in your loss.

 

Margaret A Beasley posted on 6/12/19

Vince was a friend and co-worker that I enjoyed working with and talking too. We had some good times at the Sheriff's department and I will miss his smile and positive attitude. Go rest high on that mountain for your time on earth is through.

 

Annie posted on 6/12/19

Rest In Peace to one of the most amazing and caring guys I know

 

Teresa Holland posted on 6/11/19

You will be missed my friend.I know from our talks that you were ready.RIP.

 

Beth Clary posted on 6/11/19

Lee. Thinking of you from Australia. Was such a shock to hear. Just remember all those good times in New Zealand we had with our frugal dinners and games nights. My love to you, Catherine and Chris

 

Jim and Gayle Fields posted on 6/11/19

So sorry to hear about Vince. He was a real fighter. I'm so glad we will get to meet again some day! Prayers for your family.

 

Penny Moore posted on 6/11/19

Mel's was a cherished member of our family. His warm, caring heart and beaming smile, as well as his excellent taste in football teams, will be deeply missed. Love you, Mel!

 

Mary Eileen and William (Bill) Braund posted on 6/11/19

I met Eileen when she worked in Code 50, SPARWARS, Chesapeake in early 2001. I was in Code 52 at the time. I retired from the Command in February 2001. She was very open and we got along well, I believe we hit it off initially because she and my wife shared the same name. It has been several years since I have seen her, but I remember her well. God Bless you Eileen.

 

 

Elizabeth Thomas posted on 6/11/19

Loving Mother

 

Rachael Bless posted on 6/11/19

Vince was a great great neighbor when I lived down there. He helped me with so many things around the house when my, then, husband was out of town often. And he was always good for just an encouraging word or conversation. I will always remember him fondly.

 

Ronny Eatts posted on 6/11/19

You will be remembered as a great guy to talk to and as someone who always took pride in his work

 

 

Buddy & Patty Thomas posted on 6/11/19

Vincent, Vince, Vinny was a life long friend. We met when he first moved to Virginia Beach when we were kids and we became close friends immediately. What a great childhood we had terrorizing the neighborhood. We were always playing baseball or football in one of our self maid fields, or playing in the woods, going to the beach, or just having fun. After high school he and his friend Sonny up and joined the Marine Corps. After returning from Vietnam my Dad helped him get a job with the Civil Service where he worked until he retired the first time. In 1981 Vince led me and my family to the Lord. Through the years, my family and his would enjoy life together going to church, bible studies, dinners, picnics, beaches, vacations together; etc. We have always looked up to Vince as a mentor in life, and a person we could go to for an uplifting word or just a good laugh. We pray for peace that passes all understanding for his family. Vincent, you will be greatly missed - we love you!!!!!!

 

Chaniqua Conner posted on 6/11/19

Rest in heavenly peace cousin

 

Rennay Gilchrist-Gamble posted on 6/11/19

Served with Eileen on board the PUGET SOUND and at the School of Music. She always managed to make me laugh. Rest in Heaven Eileen.

 

Linda Richie posted on 6/11/19

We have a lot of great memories working at the Sheriff's Office together. You are truly missed. You fought the good fight for a very long time, always keeping a positive attitude. Now you get to rest in peace. You will always be in our hearts.

 

Deadre Shoates posted on 6/11/19

Rest in Heaven Mr. Allen, you, Shahan and myself entered this journey together in the same class. Shahan and I will continue to carry the torch. Rest and be at Peace.

 

Bob and Joanie Bremner posted on 6/11/19

When I first met Vince I knew we had a kindred spirit. Then he showed up at Rock Church and I found out not only was he one my brother in the Lord but we are both Marines. No matter where we would meet I would ask him how he was doing and most of the time he answered SUPER-NATURALLY. Joanie and I will miss you Vince. You mean a lot to us and we are looking forward to being with you and our Lord Jesus for eternity.

 

Curtis Ayers posted on 6/11/19

My heart was broken this morning when I heard about the passing of Vince. What a powerful man of God who greatly influenced my walk with the Lord. I still tell people that knowing and talking with Vince changed my walk, even though it took a while to stick. Please know that I Pray for comfort for you all during this time of great loss but also know that Vince is now in the arms of his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ - we'll see him again. God Bless you all.

 

CHARLES IRV CONNER posted on 6/11/19

GRACE & PEACE TO FAMILY...CUZ MAY YOUR TRANSITION BE PEACEFUL AS HAS BEEN YOUR LIFE'S JOURNEY...LOVE BROTHER/CUZIN

 

Patricia Jones-Waugh posted on 6/11/19

Rest in peace Mr. Allen

 

Dave Shahan posted on 6/11/19

Mike, I'm going miss our "discussions" about the merits of Nebraska and Steeler's football. You are going to be missed. I remember when we both came to the Department together nearly 14 years ago. You said it was a job you could have for the rest of your life. Your passing made me take a hard look at taking better care of myself.

 

Dennis (& Susan) Pauly posted on 6/11/19

Sincere condolences on Vince's passing. He and I worked in different Shops and Departments at NARF/NADEP Norfolk for many years(though we didn't know each other well) then both of us ended up at Navy Price Fighter$, where we worked and travelled together on several projects. A truly good and interesting man, and his strong faith in God always impressed me. RIP, Vinnie.

 

Lee And Deborah Fields posted on 6/11/19

We are so sorry for your loss. Vince was a great friend and a Mentor in my walk with Christ. A God fearing Christiand and a true American Patriot. Vince loved God, his family and his country. Semper Fi Marine!

 

Chuck Wolfe posted on 6/11/19

Although it has been four years since I retired from the Virginia Beach Sheriff’s Office, my memories of Vince are all positive. He was always upbeat and offered a friendly smile, and lively conversation. He was a patriot who served his country as a United States Marine and the people of Virginia Beach. For that I honor him and pray he rests in peace.

 

Troy, Rachel, Aaron, Nathan & Brayden Vano posted on 6/11/19

He was the nicest man. Always had a smile on his face. We enjoyed having him as our neighbor over the last 7 years. We will miss the sound of his motorcycle revving up whenever it was going to be a beautiful day. He will be greatly missed.

 

Lynn Moore Coupland posted on 6/11/19

So sorry to hear of Vincent's passing. I was one of the neighborhood group of kids who lived and grew up in Birchwood Gardens. He was a great friend to my brother, David Moore and they maintained their friendship, even though David had not lived in Virginia Beach for many years, until my brother passed in September 2017. It meant a lot to my Mom and I when he came for David's funeral. It was nice talking with him and catching up on memories from our younger days. I'm sure he will be greatly missed. My thoughts are with his family at this difficult time. Hopefully concentrating on all the good memories will help you all through the days ahead.

 

Dick Hudson posted on 6/11/19

We will miss our brother Vince. He always had a smile and hello when helping serve and meeting folks at church. Our prayers go to his family as Vince was a true soldier in God's army. Dick Hudson, Elder Rock Church

 

Gail Braswell posted on 6/11/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Martha was such a kind and thoughtful person.

 

Lisa Keenan posted on 6/11/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers for the family

 

Anjoli M. Ferrara-Clayton posted on 6/11/19

Martha was my Mom away from my home. From the moment I first met her, she always accepted me, listened to me and treated me like her own daughter. She was always so supportive and loving to me and my family and even though I couldn't cook worth a darn, she gave me hope that I could pursue that route someday, if I practiced. She was the epitome of a wonderful wife, Mother and overall person. I will miss her deeply, but honor her memory. May she rest in peace with our Heavenly Father.

 

Brodie Allen Walker posted on 6/11/19

He was my mentor at rockchurch he touht me Life is to short to argue 2 fight or get mad if their Was one thing he had was a since of humor always Positive never complain about anything he was my best friend thank you God for the time we had I will cherish it always. RIP VINCE HARRIS LOVE U BROTHER

 

Dave and Marie Wood posted on 6/11/19

Recalling all the good times together cooking and eating bluecrabs, the fellowship was wonderful with you and Rosa and the kids and Buddy and Patti and their kids and of course Dave and I and our kids. Thank you for being part of our family of God . Will miss your laugh and your words of advice from the Word of God. I know you are rejoicing with our Lord and having a good time .. keep on laughing and praising God, we will see you again one day!

 

John Upchurch posted on 6/11/19

Served with her onboard the Kearsarge, she was a great friend!

 

Kendra Little posted on 6/11/19

Allen you’ll definitely be missed , the memories we had together may you REST IN PEACE

 

Kurt, Angie & Darlene posted on 6/11/19

May Martha rest in peace. She was a very caring & compassionate person to our athletes & their families.

 

Sheila Coleman posted on 6/10/19

So sorry to hear of Eileen’s passing. She was a kind and supportive friend. She will be greatly missed!

 

Cathy Martin posted on 6/10/19

So very sorry about Stephanie. Yes, she is NIW an angel in heaven watching over all her family and friends. She is free of pain!

 

Chacko Zachariah posted on 6/10/19

Barbara was always a very gracious, noble, gentle, and caring person and a great friend. I had the great privilege to know her for the past 30 years. She will be greatly missed by everyone who ever came to know her.

 

 

Dianne Koonce Rucienski posted on 6/10/19

Forever loved

 

Joan migliaccio posted on 6/9/19

I am very sorry to hear about Martha passing she was nice to me .

 

Charla Potter posted on 6/9/19

Always being there for us

 

Charla Potter posted on 6/9/19

I'm just so thankful for the little bit of time I was blessed to be a part of her life!thank you auntie for being then one person in my life for accepting me for me!for showing my family and grandchildren and children so much love!I know you're at peace now.I love and miss you so so much!

 

Louise posted on 6/9/19

Eileen and I were bestfriends since we were 7 years old. I miss miss our regular talks. Rest in peace my friend.

 

Louise posted on 6/9/19

Eileen and I had been bestfriends since we were 7 years old. I will miss talking to her on a daily basis. Rest in peace my friend till we see each other again.

 

Rachael Rucienski posted on 6/9/19

Eileen was a sweet, generous but tortured soul of regrets...I pray she is finally at peace

 

YNC Michelle McDowell posted on 6/9/19

Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of Commander Michael W. Murphy. I will remember him as being one of the kindest people I've every met. I worked closely with him since 2016. May God wrap his loving arms around this family and provide the strength that is needed to get through this very difficult season. I hope peace is near.

 

Karin Chagnon + (Chris) posted on 6/9/19

Martha always a thoughtful and caring person. You will be missed. The best wife and mother to her family. Cherish the moments you had with her and no she is at peace .God bless.!

 

Chris Clayton posted on 6/8/19

I remember being very young, maybe four or five. I was very upset about something; I no longer remember the subject. My mother was so strong...mentally and physically! She held me and held me until my energy was spent and I was finally able to relax and let go. She was the best mother a son could ever, ever hope for.

 

Farid H. Miandoab posted on 6/8/19

I have very fond memories of Jeff as a friend and colleague. We schooled at ODU and worked at Siemens Automotive in the 1990s. I am deeply saddened by his untimely passing. I wish to express my condolences to his wife and all surviving members of his family. I will always remember Jeff fondly and wish him a place in heaven.

 

Cathy Jones posted on 6/7/19

I will never forget my dear friend of 30 years. She was beautiful in every way. Missing her so very much!

 

Robert (Bob) Martinez posted on 6/7/19

I worked with Forrest testing new cable, copper and fiber optic. He always had great stories about past (mis)adventures. I'll always remember the one about the time he set a cable of fire, or the time he flooded some guys house by driving too fast down a flooded street!

 

Robert (Bob) Martinez posted on 6/7/19

I was very sorry to hear of Forrest's passing. I worked with him in the Contel and GTE days. He was an awesome person, I really enjoyed the time we spent together. I will keep you all in my prayers.

 

 

Tracey Ashley/ Quantico National Cemetery posted on 6/6/19

Thank you for your service. very sorry for the loss of your loved one.

 

Mike Fedida posted on 6/6/19

One of my fondest memories is when Kev was in high school and he and i were working at "The Watch Stop". He had finally gotten me to cut my hair which people had tried to get me to do for literal years without success. So him, Grey, and I walked over to Kelly's and he talked me into it as well as changing what i was wearing from rags to nice cloths which ultimately changed me in a way. I'm not sure where i would of ended up had not gotten me to do something so small because i was going down a bad road. I have so many memories of Kevin but it stands out because a small part of him is still with me. He had the ability sell snow to an eskimo or talk you down when things felt like they were too much. Even though he was my brothers Jason's friend first he and i quickly bonded and became really good friends even though i was younger then him he never held it against me. I can only take solace that your In a better place Kev and your looking down on us! God Bless you man you were an amazing person, A good friend, and someone i will never forget!!! You touched my life and i will alway be appreciative for having gotten to know you my friend!

 

Nancy Faust posted on 6/6/19

I just heard about Forrest - he was such a nice guy. I enjoyed my time that I worked with him. We always had good conversations. Teresa you are in my prayers.

 

 

(Uncle) Brian Greene posted on 6/5/19

I wanted to talk about Kevin at his service, but I was feeling too sad and knew I couldn't make it through a talk without breaking down. I want to share a funny memory involving him. This probably would have been from around 2001 or 2002. My future wife Abby and I were living in Washington, D.C. Kevin and his cousin Junior came to visit us from Va Beach. They came by Greyhound. They had to change buses in Richmond, and it seems the ride from Richmond to D.C. was an interesting experience. There were no actual drivers available to drive that bus, so Greyhound got a Richmond depot employee to do it. The guy didn't know the route and just winged it, and it seems the ride became pretty colorful, with a lot of back and forth between the driver and the passengers, them getting lost a few times when making stops in towns along the route, etc. Other passengers might have been panic stricken or gotten scared and upset and later put in a complaint to Greyhound, but both Kevin and Junior loved every second of it. They were beside themselves when they finally got to D.C., laughing hysterically and telling us over and over the story of their misadventures on the bus ride. As I think about Kevin now, I want to remember all the parts I know about him. Not just the fun or easy things. But it IS nice at this moment to remember how he looked when he was laughing, which he did so often. Arriving in D.C. that night, with his cousin who was often more like a brother to him, he was excited and funny and full of laughs. In the days after, we had a great time showing them both around the city.

 

Dawn Geiger posted on 6/5/19

My deepest condolences go out to Margarets family! She will surely be missed!

 

 

Dawn Geiger posted on 6/5/19

Margaret was a caring person, she was a joy to work with! I will always hold her kind heart and the memories we share in my heart!

 

Karen Henson Ruddle posted on 6/5/19

Wishing the whole family comfort and peace. May your memories forever sustain you. Prayers for all.

 

Martin GREŠ posted on 6/5/19

We are sorry to learn that ... She was a remarkable Human being and we feel very fortunate to knew her. We remember her kindness, ever lasting optimism and wisdom.

 

Marie Gunderman posted on 6/4/19

I met Jackie back in 1997 when working at Commerce Bank in Grafton. She would always make a dramatic entrance to the bank and without fail always made me laugh. Jackie was a good person and would do anything for you if she could. We made friends very quickly, but have not seen each other in recent years as we did back in the 90's. I have always held her in high esteem and know she will be greatly missed by all that knew her and loved her. Rest in Peace Jackie.

 

Barbara bobenhausen posted on 6/4/19

My prayers for the family..

 

Debby Knauer posted on 6/3/19

It has been an honor and privilege getting to know Mrs Horowitz throughout the years. I will always remember her for her wonderful spunky personality. Sending my heartfelt prayers to all her family and loved ones.

 

Josh Spradlin and Laura Eggleston posted on 6/3/19

Such a sweet and funny lady! So very sorry for your loss. Love, prayers, and HUGS!!

 

Debbie Dobson Roberts posted on 6/3/19

God Bless your family. Prayers for comfort. Our deepest sympathies to the family.

 

Steven Howse posted on 6/3/19

I will always remember her as a very humbling, classy Lady, who's lovely smile was very infectious; so very in love with Mister H

 

Tabitha posted on 6/3/19

My condolences to the family, so very sorry for everyones loss

 

ROY B BELFORD posted on 6/3/19

TO MY OLD FRIEND AND GOLF PARTNER, MAY YOU REST IN PEACE AND IF I AM LUCKY WE WILL PLAY AGAIN IN HEAVEN.

 

Gayle rosenbluth posted on 6/3/19

So sorry for your loss sorry I never met this extraordinary lady sincere prayers love and hugs

 

Virginia "Ginny" Reinkopfs posted on 6/3/19

Margo, So sorry to see the passing of your sister. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. May God's blessings be upon you.

 

Barbara Alloway posted on 6/3/19

Thought and prayers with the family during this time. I remember you served in the Army with my dad Nelson Alloway. I also remember you from Merry Oaks. You would always wave as you drove thru the park whenever you saw me outside playing. Such a nice man! RIP

 

 

Mary Jane (M.J) Nieves posted on 6/3/19

Jimmy you were a One of a Kind. I will always remember you. Rest in Peace. My thoughts & Prayers are with you & your family.

 

 

DAWN posted on 6/3/19

RIP babygirl,continue to shine up there in the clouds while making your way up to the heavens above, i would also like to express my sympathy to your wife and family,,

 

Bill & Mary Heron posted on 6/3/19

Ken, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Kathy Wong posted on 6/3/19

Dear Mike and Dawn, The news of the loss of your beloved sister saddened us. May God give you strength during this difficult time. Praying for you. We love you! Kathy, Kai, Keith, and Kara Wong

 

Mom posted on 6/2/19

You were my best friend, my brain, my logic. Life will be hard without you.

 

Kierra Battley posted on 6/2/19

Words cannot express how deeply saddened at the passing of my dear friend. She was a beautiful, loving person, and so full of joy. My deepest condolences to all who are going to feel her absence. Rest Well My Sweet Friend

 

Sue Downing posted on 6/2/19

Words cannot express my sorrow for your loss. Diane was an incredible friend who will never be forgotten. Cherish all of your wonderful memories.

 

Toby Mosier posted on 6/2/19

Pop and Grandma Dot were always so kind to me growing up being friends Laura. The trust he had in me to watch out for her was something i did not truly understand until I was older and had a daughter of my own. Having his trust and respect was one of the greatest honors of my life. I am happy he had a full life that he was happy and satisfied with. My love and prayers go out to Grandma Dot, Mrs Pat, and Laura

 

Ann Davis posted on 6/2/19

Pat, I am sorry to hear of your dad's passing. Thoughts & prayers for you, your mom, Laura and family.

 

 

Yvonne (phelps) Newell posted on 6/2/19

She was the most loved an heartfelt lady I’ve knowned. Loved working with her. My heart goes out to the families. U’ll never be forgotten s. Margaret

 

John Debold posted on 6/2/19

We were in kindergarten and grammar (Brookside) school together. Then junior high.She was a wonderful, interesting, smart and pleasant gal. So sorry to hear. I always liked Betty. Everyone liked Betty.

 

Dee Michaelangelo posted on 6/2/19

My deepest sympathy for family and friends. I will keep everyone in my thoughts and prayers. Rest and soar with the Angel's Helena

 

 

Dee (Sparky) Madore posted on 6/2/19

Helena was such a sweet girl. She had an awesome personality! I’ve never seen her put down anybody.

 

 

Joyce Graves aka tax lady posted on 6/2/19

God have gain a beauty angel. Something about Ms. Jackie that left you smiling. Met her through Mr. Nick, felt in love with both of them. Will keep the family in prayer.

 

Tonia posted on 6/2/19

I remember seeing her in WaWa always working hard. I send my condolences to her family.

 

Cathy Cuffee posted on 6/1/19

I am so sorry and disturbed by your lost. I pray that God will give family friends and loved ones comfort and peace. I will miss seeing Helena, when I stop in Wawa late nights to get something to eat after work. She had a super friendly, and genuine personality. God bless her soul.

 

Kathy Stewart posted on 6/1/19

Prayers for her family at this stressful time.

 

Jackie (Hart) Boyd posted on 6/1/19

So sorry for your loss ❤️

 

 

Susan Scanlon Dedman posted on 6/1/19

Sorry for your loss Kathi.

 

Joni Wilson posted on 6/1/19

All my love and prayers for your beautiful family, children, and friends. Suzanne, I love you and will continue to pray for your strength and peace of mind, for the days, weeks and years to come. I am and will always be here for you if you need me. May her memory and love for all remain, until the end of time.

 

Beth Reinhard posted on 6/1/19

I will always remember Kevin as the sweet, charming and wickedly handsome teenager I met about 25 years ago. Rest In Peace nephew. Love, Beth

 

Wendy Daley posted on 6/1/19

I will always remember her picking on me in a good way. She will always be in my thoughts. To her family I'm sorry and I will be thinking about you all.

 

Charlene williams posted on 6/1/19

Prayers for her family especially her children

 

Charlene williams posted on 6/1/19

Words cannot Express My prayer is that GOD will comfort her family and especially her children

 

Dede Grant posted on 6/1/19

My sincere condolences to Suzanne and the family. Praying you find peace and comfort.

 

 

Troy Godfrey posted on 6/1/19

You were a ray of sunshine and will be missed dearly. Condolences to your friends, family and loved ones in this difficult time. Blessed be.

 

Uncle Ronnie posted on 6/1/19

Kevin, my beautiful nephew. So many memories. Your firm convictions on any and every topic, and how you remained unshakable even after lengthy debate. The spirit you exuded around others. The joy in your smile and laugh. The nicknames you gave your aunt and uncles from such an early age. I miss you profoundly, and my sorrow runs deep and wide. But I know your spirit remains, with your mom, with your grandma and with all others you touched. I love you.

 

Tim Gandia posted on 6/1/19

I will always remember Kevin for being a pleasant guy. . He loved his family and friends, his pets and comics, music...etc. It's a shame, but I pray you are in peace now. He was a friend of my families. Even my mother had the chance to work with him, and she enjoyed him just as much as the rest of us. God bless you bro. There's a lot of people who will miss you.

 

Amy Blackford-humes posted on 6/1/19

I love you big cousin you may have left this earthly world, However you are forever loved I will have you with me wherever I go.This is a pain thats hard to bare, but if you are out of pain & at peace now then I will learn to understand.I will never forget how much you always encouraged me , supported me & loved me. I love you so very much cousin .as you would say you're Kevin Nicholson from Virginia beach.You will NEVER be forgotten.we will see each other again someday .I hope you & My mom take good care of each other. Words will never be able to express my love for you .forever your little cousin aims(amy).

 

 

Thomas Fahey Burke posted on 6/1/19

Learning of my Uncle Jim Fahey’s passing brought me great pause so as to reflect on my so fond memories of a man who was compassionate as he was tough, proud as he was practical, and more aptly echoed the descriptor, “salt-of-the-earth,” than any other who I have known in my lifetime. Indelible to my memory was a time I sat at a window in anticipation of my Aunt Dorothy and Jim’s arrival, as they drove up from Newport News, VA, to Massachusetts, to visit with family seemingly every other summer of my childhood. That 9 year-old was eager to thwart and trade a day of his summer vacation in exchange for an opportunity to learn and laugh with his Uncle Jim. Indeed, as Aunt Dorothy and my mother would visit and wait for my father to return home from work, Jim took me on an excursion of the hometown I was all too familiar with; first to lunch at Casey’s Diner where I thought it peculiar that all of the “townies” who sat at the stools had not recognized the retired Sgt. Major Fahey sitting beside me. Pondering to the other patrons in my own silence, I asked, “Don’t you know there is a war hero in your midst?” Well, he was my war hero. That day the hero took me to our town’s beach so I could swim in the lake; there Jim taught me to determine the time of day by using the sun, the shade, and the sand; I learned all of the US Army ranks and corresponding insignia; and I learned if ever I were to be in Vietnam during rainy season, the driest night’s rest might just be underneath a cargo truck. Later at a convenience store, I was spoiled with as many comic books as I wanted, and was returned home that afternoon with not only a wealth of knowledge of US Army logistics that only an uncle could make fascinating to a nephew, but the secret wealth of $5 now added to my young wallet, which at the time I believed to be nearly all the money in the world. Ranking second in my memory to that day of excursion with the Sgt. Major was just yesterday when I recalled the same story for my family. Moments after sharing the memory, my son alerted me to the male cardinal now situated outside the window where I sat. Spiritual lore tells us, when a cardinal appears, angels are near. Not only was this cardinal’s appearance so eminently timed, it was his three conspicuously spiked feathers, alert and at attention at the top of his head – ever symbolic of the three stripes issued to the rank of Sergeant, which confirmed to me that all was well where Sgt. Major Fahey now found himself stationed. Godspeed, James Patrick! Thomas Fahey Burke

 

Heeree posted on 6/1/19

Kevin, I'm still having trouble believing you are gone. I'll always remember arguing with you about everything under the sun. Rest easy, my friend. My sincerest condolences to your family.

 

Brandy Gonzales posted on 6/1/19

Kevin, I will always cherish our time together. You genuinely cared about people and were such a good person. You had a way of reading people and fixing our problems. I missed looking for during our shifts and talking for hours. You were such a proud papa to Monkey and loved showing us pics. I loved hearing you sing and joke. You were a beautiful person and I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to work with you and call you a friend. Rest in Heaven Buddy!

 

Brian Greene posted on 6/1/19

I’m Kevin’s Uncle Brian. I love reading his friends’ thoughts about him, because they confirm, and add to, what I know about him. Kevin was a deep thinker and a caring guy, who could also just be a load of fun to have some laughs with. He started engaging me in political discussions when he was around six. Later in his life, we bonded over music, comic books, and our family’s history. We laughed together so many times. Thank you to his friends who are posting thoughts here. It means a lot to me, and to my mother his Grandma Greene, and I know my sister Karen will be moved when reading them. Kevin was loved, as he deserved to be.

 

 

Sarah Boyer posted on 6/1/19

May you rest in peace now. You were one kind and great soul. Always had everyone's best interest! We had some of the best convos. You will truly be missed.

 

Benjamin Tatner posted on 6/1/19

Kevin, You were a great guy and always saw the best in people. You were a joy to work with and so man people will miss your brightness. RIP my friend

 

Garry Powell posted on 6/1/19

I had the pleasure of working with Kevin for a while. I got to know him and enjoyed beding around him. He had a very warm heart and genuine concern for other people's well being. His sense of humor was awesome. I would like to express my condolences to his family, I know that this is very hard, but take comfort in knowing that he is in a much better place, with no pain. RIP my friend, until we meet again on the other side.

 

Donna Magoncia posted on 6/1/19

Kevin, I always called you my BD (Baby Daddy), and we carried that joke for years. You are a tender soul, one who loved deeply and have an intelligence that is other worldly. Thank you for sharing a small part of your life intertwined with mine. I had an experience the day before you left us. The vibrational energy around me was high, and I have no doubt you were reaching out. I love you, and I’ll miss you.

 

New Girl Katie Poe posted on 6/1/19

My parents took me away from my childhood home and all of the friends I’d grown up with the summer before my senior year of high school. It should’ve been a horrible year, except that I met Kevin. So many wonderful memories, from cruising in his blue neon to hanging out in theatre class to hanging out with our group of friends. Those sparkling eyes, the way his watch never fit, the way he’d get so heated in discussions... he was a terrific guy and I’m so happy I had the privilege of calling him a friend. Rest In Peace, Kevy Kev.

 

Orlando roman posted on 5/31/19

Rest in paradise brother,ill never forget all the good times we had hanging out at your cousins apartment listening to music and just enjoying life it was an honor being able to call you not only a friend but a brother! Much love kevy kev!

 

Gary Brandt posted on 5/31/19

Just spoke with him on Friday. Enjoyed our many conversations about life, family and football. You will be missed my friend. May he Rest In Peace

 

 

Caz posted on 5/31/19

I had the privilege of meeting and working with Kevin back in 2003. We found common interest in comic books,music and of course political talks. Kevin was a definite unique soul and a good friend. My heart goes out to his family and to all of his friends. Rest in peace to my brother. I love you man.

 

Chucky Boyd posted on 5/31/19

He was a strong brave man and we had alot of memories know i am glad that you can finnaly rest

 

Dianna Boehm posted on 5/31/19

Dearest Cindy - as a past widow myself, my heart bleeds for you and along with his children; I pray that you find comfort in our Lord's promises: "For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life." (John 3:16) I know that Gary had a personal relationship with Jesus & is now standing before His Lord... and we all look forward to that day when the Lord removes death from this fallen world: ‘He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death’ or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.” (Rev. 21:4) May the Holy Spirit bring you the comfort that passes all understanding (Phil.4:7) as you grieve Gary's passing. I will be lifting you all up in prayer... PS. In case you don't know me - Gary ('Wolfie') was my first love in High School ~ playing this song in his memory: "Blue, navy blue, I'm as blue as I can be 'cause my steady boy said "Ship ahoy" And joined the Nay-ee-ay-vee"

 

Cathy Nicolaides posted on 5/31/19

To my dear friend Karen, I'm praying for you and for all those who knew and loved Kevin that God will give strength during this painful time.

 

Donald self posted on 5/31/19

In memory to a true friend Jim you will be dearly missed my heart goes out to you bob and Joanne

 

Judy McCormick Dayner posted on 5/30/19

Dear Dave and family: I was astonished to learn that Betty had died. I’m so sorry that you, your children and your grandchildren lost such a wonderful person. I hope so many happy memories keep Betty alive in your hearts forever. God bless you.

 

Judy McCormick Dayner posted on 5/30/19

Dave and family: I was astonished to learn that Betty had died. I’m so sorry that you, your children and your grandchildren had to lose such a beautiful person. I’m praying that wonderful memories keep her alive in your hearts forever. God bless you.

 

Joann Ugaro Angelo posted on 5/30/19

I am so sorry to hear about this RIP Bettie you are beautiful inside and out you were our best cheerleader I had you in my homeroom and I always admired you you were beautiful smart talented and sweet. I’m so happy that I seen you at our class reunion and I’m so happy that you tell me when we were in school I made You laugh my condolences to Dave your children and grandchildren and the rest of your family I admire you in school and I still admire you God has definitely gained a beautiful beautiful angel or Rip Bettie so sad so young. Love Joann Ugaro Angelo

 

Joann Ugaro Angelo posted on 5/30/19

I am so so sorry to hear this I’m sooo glad we talked and laughed at our reunion. You were in my home room and I admired You sooo much. You were beautiful smart and sweet. I’m so happy I made you laugh. You were our best cheerleader. Just a sweetheart. My condolences to Dave your children and Grandchildren God had Gained a beautiful Angel. Rip Beautiful Betty.

 

Ginni (Crecco) Cummings posted on 5/30/19

I am so very sorry for your loss of your beautiful sweet Betty. I chatted with her at the reunion and was so glad to see her as she spoke of the road trip you were taking. May she now soar with the angels and watch over all of you.

 

Chaplain J. Cox posted on 5/30/19

My heart aches but I know he is in Paradise now!! No more pain and no more heart ache. Prayers for his family...

 

Yvette Langan posted on 5/30/19

So sorry. I’m so glad I got to talk to Betty at our reunion

 

Pat Bottone posted on 5/30/19

So sorry for your loss Dave . My condolences to you and your family at this difficult time . May she RIP

 

Diane Mullinax Morrison posted on 5/30/19

I'm so sorry to hear about Kenny. He was always so thoughtful and kindhearted. I have many wonderful memories from my teenage years with Kenny and Robin. They were like family to me and I loved them dearly!. I've tried to connect with both of them over the years but was unable to find them. Know that my thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this difficult time.

 

Henry McLaughlin posted on 5/29/19

From one McLaughlin family across the globe to another. Whilst I do not know your family, I also have a daughter called Grace and found this notice by accident. I wish your family all the very best in this difficult time and I think Grace knew her Tyler was the brightest candle of them all. Take care.

 

Chris Baker posted on 5/29/19

I'm so sorry for your loss. I loved Grace's dry and sarcastic humor. When we worked together, she had this biting wit that I enjoyed being around. When I attempted a bad pun, or tried to play a workplace prank on Grace, she had this way of shouting my name with this faked disdain...while trying to hide her smile. I can still hear her shouting my name and seeing that suppressed grin. She's a beautiful soul that will be missed.

 

Patti Good McAlister posted on 5/29/19

RIP Gary and prayers and strength to every one of your family members. Thank you for giving me two beautiful children by you. I want to also thank your family and extended for being there always, and a big thank you to Cindy Wolf for giving you everything you deserved as a human being. A big loving family, grandkids and the most happy past 18 years that any this man was deserving of. You have always excepted them all as your and never turned anybody away. Gary God needed another angel, and I know you will do in heaven what you did on earth, take care and watch out for everyone else. Love you for being the father of my children. Always have, always will. Love you in my own way, and the world lost a good man to soon

 

Dennis Angel posted on 5/29/19

My heartfelt sympathy for the loss of your husband, father and friend. I know how close you were and how great you were together. Gary was a gentle and compassionate person who will be greatly missed. Let me know if there is anything I can do to ease your pain at this difficult period.

 

 

Pat Hubbard posted on 5/29/19

To all of Gary's Family, You all have my sympathy. From when Gary came home from Vietnam Nam to when he moved from Hanover, I cut his hair. Gary was a wonderful client and friend.He will be truly missed by all of you as well as all of us. He had a wonderful heart. Thoughts and prayers, Pat Hubbard

 

 

Ray & Ginger Beasley posted on 5/29/19

Just wanted to light a candle in Gary's memory.

 

Ray & Ginger Beasley posted on 5/29/19

Cindy & family, Our hearts are heavy with the sad news. Gary was always so nice to us whenever we saw him. Always had a smile on his face & a kind word. We enjoyed sharing stories about our mutual grandchildren & joking about the number of grandkids you both have. Please know that the entire family are in our thoughts & prayers. If there is anything we can do, please let us know.

 

jerome mccain posted on 5/28/19

Jim I know your in a better place with God, until we meet again Bro !!! condolences and prayers of comfort to your family peace

 

Ruth Worlds posted on 5/28/19

I miss who I called "Bratty" Ms Cassidy ! And she called me "Bugsy" I was her supervisor at work and every single time I went to relieve her and I was down and out, she made sure to say something as I would tell her "retarded" she would say mama always said I was special not retarded I used to get on her about her not having her hat on and her fiery red hair swaying in the wind. Everytime I go to the post I gave her breaks at, I smile because that's what she would want. I miss her country voice over the radio, I just miss you Bratty !!! I want to give my condolences to her family and say that she was the most loveing , sweet, funny person I have ever met !! I am so sorry for your lost you are all in my thought and prayers including my Bratty !!! ❤️❤️

 

Yogeswari Saddanathan posted on 5/28/19

I am so sorry for your loss. I have not met Grace. However, I heard so much about this lovely person from my son Laksmankanth who worked with her. So gentle so kind and just a lovely person he would share. My prayers are that her family finds strength to carry on and to remember all the wonderful times!

 

 

Jessi Merritt posted on 5/28/19

I still can’t believe this is real... i will miss you more than you know!

 

Tonya, Jamie, Gabby, Bridget, and Hailey Purola posted on 5/28/19

I am going to miss you Uncle John. I am so thankful for all of the memories we have growing up with you in our lives. You were such a giving person and always made conversation so the air didn't go still. I will always remember your laugh and your kind heart. We love you Uncle John!

 

Shekela Ligens posted on 5/27/19

MA1 was great guy. I looked to him for guidance because you can tell he had a lot of knowledge. I was going to ask him to be my mentor. I looked up to him. I’m sorry for the families loss.

 

JACKIE SUE DENNEY posted on 5/27/19

you were my friend..I admired and loved you and you're big heart..I'm going to miss you so much.

 

Tamara Shipp posted on 5/27/19

Words cannot express how truly stunned I was to learn of Stephanie's passing. Indeed, she was a force to be reckoned with. In addition to being a delightfully one-of-a-kind person, she was foster mom to our kitty Storm. Stephanie named her, and it turned out to be a particularly appropriate name. Storm is nearly as feisty as was her foster mom. The world is diminished by the loss of Stephanie. Rest in peace, gentle warrior.

 

Christie Trevino posted on 5/27/19

R.I.P. Stephanie.

 

Mike Eisenhauer posted on 5/27/19

My heartfelt condolences go out to you and your family. I am honored and blessed to have known Grace through the years. I will surely miss the presence of a truly lovable, likable and kind person.

 

 

Sharon posted on 5/27/19

Her smile lit up the room, her hugs made you feel like family, her kindness shone through the pain. Blessed to have known Grace, if only for a short time. RIP sweet girl.

 

Flora shaner posted on 5/27/19

Dear Sussie I am very sorry for the loss of Stephanie.wishing you and your family peace and comfort.

 

Ronald Underwood posted on 5/26/19

Thank you for being my friend and co-worker. You will be missed. May love and light surround you on your journey until we meet again.

 

Patrick Lewis posted on 5/26/19

Michael, I am so sorry for the loss of Stephanie. I will keep you all in my thoughts in prayers.

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 5/26/19

You all are a lovely family. I cannot express to you how sorry I am about the passing of Ms. Grace. I thank you for your trust. My prayer is that comfort will embrace you in the days ahead.

 

Scott and Renette Bland posted on 5/26/19

Christie and family we are very sorry to hear about Forrest May God give you comfort at this time. Your in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Elaine posted on 5/26/19

My heart goes out to all of you in these days. May the special memories of Grace give you comfort and may Love and Light surround each of you.

 

Susan A. Lemarie posted on 5/26/19

Dear Susie and family, My heart goes out to you for your loss. I hope that when you are ready, your sorrow will evolve into gratitude for the time you had together with Stephanie and the determination to continue her legacy. Love, Susan My heart goes out to you and your loss. I hope that when you're ready, your sorrow evolves into gratitude for the time you spent with Stephanie and the determination to continue her legacy. Susan

 

 

Ricky Burns posted on 5/26/19

Very good man. He will be missed

 

Patricia Henderson posted on 5/25/19

So very sorry for your loss prayers to the family

 

Patricia Henderson posted on 5/25/19

So very sorry for your loss, prayers 2 the family

 

Ted Gibson posted on 5/25/19

Bob, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I didn’t know your son played football for ASU. May God grant you, Your wife, and all the family the comfort and peace needed at a devastating time like this.

 

 

Jasmine Brant posted on 5/25/19

Jamie helped me see many things in a new way. We had many breakthroughs thru out or time together. I can honestly say I am stronger more stable thanks to her.

 

Gail Fogle posted on 5/25/19

My deepest sympathies go out to your family Joanne. I'm so very sorry

 

Rhonda forbes posted on 5/25/19

Our prayers and thoughts are with your family during this tragic loss. I just found out and wish I could have been there. Such a sweet lady who is going to be greatly missed. Your memories will be forever in your hearts

 

Leslie Gladney posted on 5/25/19

Although I did not know Grace very well, I still remember learning from her in our Honors English class and at times being in awe of her insightful comments about the works we studied. Grace would sometimes pop up in her mom's classroom while I was taking AP Calculus and would say "hi" to us. Ms. Kathleen McLaughlin was one of my favorite teachers at Granby because of her empathy and compassion, which are qualities she passed on to Grace. I am so sorry for your loss, but hope she is now at peace. I hope the family and her close friends will also find peace overtime with this loss.

 

Maxine Keys posted on 5/25/19

Susie and family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. May God send his angels down to comfort each of you. May Stephanie rest in peace,

 

Denise and James Moheet posted on 5/24/19

To the McLaughlin Family, We send our deep condolences on the passing of Grace. May your memories of her bring you comfort and peace in the days ahead.

 

 

Mike Bateman posted on 5/24/19

So many memories; I could never choose one. My mother was my best friend.

 

Doug Graham posted on 5/24/19

Steph, I never knew you in person, but you were most certainly a firecracker on Facebook. You are missed. My condolences to the family.

 

Denny and Janet (Noble) Thomsen posted on 5/24/19

We are so sorry for your loss. We want you to know that our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. May God bless you with peace and comfort.

 

Mildred T Yankosky posted on 5/24/19

Johnny I will miss you till the day die I die. we partners in crime, RIP I know the pain is gone and your with Mom and Joe

 

Angela Coleman posted on 5/24/19

Rest in Peace Mr. Allen. You will be missed.

 

Rachel Clifton posted on 5/24/19

Rest in peace Miss Kitty, we will all miss you!!!!! John3:16 & Psalms 23!!!!!!

 

Rick jeffcoat posted on 5/24/19

God Bless his heart and a sincere thank you for your service in Vietnam War Hero. RIP my brother. Having had the opportunity to work with your brother Steve I am certain you too were and outstanding soldier and man. Peace be with the family and friends. In Christ name

 

Rebekah Burton (blondie) posted on 5/24/19

My heart goes out to the family. "Ms Kitty" as we called her growing up, was one of the sweetest ladies ever and she will be missed. I will cherish the memories I have of her and my grandmother- they are now reunited in Heaven.

 

Wendy Smitten posted on 5/24/19

My heart is saddened by the loss of your lovely wife Mike. Wishing you and your family peace, comfort and love in the midst of your sorrow.

 

Paula Smith posted on 5/24/19

Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers, sending my love.

 

Paula Smith posted on 5/24/19

Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers. Sending my love.

 

Bob Ozabal posted on 5/24/19

So sorry about the passing of Forrest. I am so sorry I wasn't able to attend the service today. My son just had brain surgery today.

 

Bonnie & Sherman Grimstead posted on 5/24/19

Just learned about Forrest, we are truly sorry. Our deepest condolences to all of his family.

 

Steven Stevens posted on 5/24/19

Big brother you & I became very close as we got older. I will miss the times we would poke fun at each other over you being Airborne & me in submarines. You had a bigger heart than anyone I knew. We could all learn from your kindness. I will miss you so much. I love you bro. You are in Mom's arms again.

 

 

Paula Marushia Raynard posted on 5/23/19

You will be missed.

 

Lisa Heatherington-Wright posted on 5/23/19

I am sincerely saddened by the news of Nancy’s passing. I pray that as you begin to heal that the beautiful memories that you made together will sustain you until you meet again.

 

roni tomarelli posted on 5/23/19

Gale, Joe, Mike and family, I cannot express enough how sorry I am for your loss. Nancy was a very talented and unique individual, a real loss to our world with her passing. BUT she is healed, just not on earth, she will suffer no more. Sending hugs and much love and prayer (chris wallace's mom)

 

Ronnie Bray posted on 5/23/19

My thoughts and prayers for the family he will be missed. A great coworker and better friend

 

Angel posted on 5/23/19

Deepest Sympathies to Teresa and all the children and grands, Forrest was a bigger than life person who was always doing something interesting. I will always remember him with great fondness of he and his wonderful sense of humor. With love , Thoughts, & prayers, Angel & Roy Roberts

 

Bobby Council posted on 5/23/19

So very sorry to hear of the passing of Forrest. He was a great man and he will be missed. May he rest in peace.

 

[email protected] posted on 5/23/19

I'm sorry to hear of your dad's passing Christie.

 

 

Carrie Barnish posted on 5/23/19

Jamie, I will miss you dearly my sweet friend! You are that one true special friend of a lifetime! Sending my condolences to your mom, Tammy & Joe. XOXO

 

Jason Melendez posted on 5/23/19

I have no words... I remember singing karaoke with you (badly) many an evening. I wish I had spent more time with you, and had been there when you needed support.

 

Kara posted on 5/23/19

Joe, I am so sorry for your loss and am sending you hugs. There will be many to come and my prayers are with you as your healing journey begins.

 

Coley Family posted on 5/23/19

Our family is so sorry to hear of the passing of Mrs. Jones. Our love and prayers to this dear family.

 

Kyndell posted on 5/23/19

First, I want to express to Jamie’s family my and my family’s deepest sympathies to each of you. Words aren’t enough of how heavy my heart is. Jamie, I will miss you as my wonderful neighbor of 17 years. Your gift of sincerity, loyalty, dedication and kindness exuded from you. I will miss our talks, our trying out each other’s dishes, your contagious laugh and sassy personality...I will mostly miss your friendship. I have to thank you for the time you shared and taught your “Rhysee cup” so many things and entrusting him with your fur babies, “Sassy Panrs and Friday”. Rhysee loved your “ Chocolate chip cookies and coloring dates”together. You spoiled him beyond and he loved ever second!! You were an angel and bright spot here on earth and now in Heaven. Rest well dear one, I surely miss you and we will meet again. Rest in Heaven. God Bless

 

Helen Ferguson posted on 5/23/19

You have our Deepest Sympathy and we will be praying for you Bailey, thank you for sharing Miss Kitty with me.

 

Helen Ferguson Williams posted on 5/23/19

Your family have our Deepest Sympathy, Miss Kitty was loved by all who meet her. Thank you for sharing her with me. Bailey, we will keep you all in our prayers.

 

Al Grossman and Chris posted on 5/23/19

We shared many Good times talking about business. As an entrepreneur myself, Jim shared his knowledge of how some of his transactions worked or should have worked. Some were very funny and others were a great learning experience. I'm so lucky to have shared stories and learned from him.

 

Dave & Sherry Tysinger posted on 5/23/19

Praying for your family. So sorry to hear of the loss of Nancy. May you feel God’s arms wrapped around you.

 

Dan and Margie Buck posted on 5/23/19

Nancy has always had the most giving and warm heart! We are so saddened to hear of her passing. We are so thankful we will see her again in heaven. Our prayers are with you Joe, Jeremy, Tim, Mikey, and Gail. Our deepest sympathy.

 

Jennifer Peirson posted on 5/23/19

I was so very saddened to learn of Jamie's passing. The world is a darker place without her in it. Jamie, every single memory I have of you is a happy one. I will always remember your beautiful smile and how I always felt good around you. That's a rare gift, to be able to shine your light on others and lift them up. 'Til we meet again...

 

Sylvia Leonard posted on 5/22/19

My family joins me in sending prayers for the repose of your soul, Bob. Sincere condolences Ruby. Gid bless!

 

Debbie and Tommy Matthews posted on 5/22/19

We are so sorry for your loss. If we can do anything for you, please just ask.

 

 

Sandra L O'Brien posted on 5/22/19

Rest in peace sweet Kitty. It has been many years since I last attended church with you and your family. May you rest in peace. My condolences to your family.

 

Rosemary Hudson posted on 5/22/19

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

 

Verna Clark posted on 5/22/19

Dear cousin Nadine and family, I am so very very sad to hear this news. We do not know why things happen and what our future holds. But please know I will pray for all of you, asking God to love upon you and give you peace thru this difficult time.We love you.

 

Wally posted on 5/22/19

Sorry to hear you lost Roger. Wishing you the best.

 

Tammy & Darrell Creech posted on 5/22/19

Dear Joe, Gale & Family: Please know that our hearts and prayers are with you all as you prepare to celebrate Nancy's life, and what a blessed life she has had! I will always remember Nancy singing, leading the children's choir, and performing in, and directing the Scrooge Christmas story at Lindale Christian Church. May God's loving comfort be with you all!

 

Nancy Temple posted on 5/22/19

Teresa, Christie, Jason Chip and I send our thoughts and love to you. We have many good memories of the times we shared in the neighborhood. Please remember the good times and be strong.

 

Karen Bauer-Adams posted on 5/22/19

Dear Joe & Family, I was shocked to learn of Nancy's passing and blessed to have known Her. We sang together at Lindale Christian Church and I was also blessed to be a "house sitter" whenever She, Joe & boys would take Family Vacations. Nancy was a true Believer in Christ and I have No Doubt as to where she is today...In Heaven Rejoicing with Our LORD. Asking GOD's comfort for each of You as You prepare to say "So Long". May You find comfort in Your Precious Memories & in knowing You will see Her again.

 

Dina EL-Kadi posted on 5/22/19

Farewell my friend ,till we meet again , someday , somewhere .❤️

 

O Taylor posted on 5/22/19

I send my condolences to the family and friends of Mr. Bishop. It can be hard coping during this time of sorrow and pain. May God be with you all giving comfort and peace to you all. 2 Thessalonians 3:16

 

Denise Carroll posted on 5/22/19

Jamie it was a pleasure to have worked with you. My Prayers go out to your family.

 

Eileen Andrew posted on 5/22/19

Wow I'm so very sorry cousin. Prayers for the family

 

LJA posted on 5/22/19

My deepest sympathies to the family of Forrest Bishop. I pray that in the midst of your sorrow you find comfort in all the joyful memories shared. May the God of comfort also fill your heart with peace at this sad and difficult time. 2 Corinthians 1:3 and 4. Psalm 34:18, 19

 

 

Lee Achor posted on 5/22/19

A bright light has been untimely taken from this world. I have fond memories of Nancy caring for our twins at her home while I worked for her husband. And singing with her at Aragona was a true joy! She will be missed.

 

 

Sherri Wood Whisenant posted on 5/22/19

Teresa and family...I sure am sorry to learn of Forrest passing away. I remember many good times with him and his crazy sweet self. May the lord bless you and keep you in prayer during this difficult time. Love, Sherri

 

Tammy Boswell posted on 5/22/19

Jamie I did not know you very long, but you were the sweetest person. May you rest in peace.

 

 

Tonita Halsey posted on 5/22/19

Rest in Heaven Jamie

 

Andy Ward posted on 5/22/19

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

 

 

Dianna Lynn Horton Elmore posted on 5/22/19

"SORRY" can-not-even represent, how I feel, for Your GREAT LOSS ;(

 

Karen Lisle posted on 5/22/19

I am honored and blessed to have known Nancy. She was an angel here and now she's an angel in heaven. We pray that God will grant you peace that you need to get through this difficult time. Sincere condolences to all the family.

 

 

BB posted on 5/22/19

Prayers and thoughts for the family!

 

 

BB posted on 5/22/19

Thoughts and prayers to the family!

 

Crystal S. posted on 5/22/19

I will always cherish your amazing and kind heart, I remember you were always so pure and literally light up a room anywhere you went. From dodgeball to holiday parties at your place, to bar hopping at the oceanfront , even though we lost touch, you will always have impacted my life in the best way possible. My prayers and condolences to your family and may you rest easy in the clouds above. Love Crysie.

 

 

Beverly posted on 5/21/19

I am so sorry and praying for the family.

 

Kent Smith posted on 5/21/19

Forest was a great guy, I have lots of fun memories, I didn’t see him as much lately as I wish I had. He will be missed. Teresa our thought and prayers are with you and Jason and all the family.

 

Donna & David Vaughan posted on 5/21/19

We are deeply saddened to hear of Nancy's passing. Our sincerest condolences to Joe and her entire family.

 

Keith & Kat Poindexter posted on 5/21/19

Too many good memories to recall, but will always remember Nancy as a good friend. Praying for all the Family.

 

 

Gloria Hart posted on 5/21/19

Teresa you are in my prayers

 

 

Tom & MawMae posted on 5/21/19

Thoughts and prayers for all the family.

 

Elizabeth Hood Barton posted on 5/21/19

I was deeply sorry to hear of Tommy's passing. My sympathy to his wife and family. Tommy and I graduated from Norview High School together and have remained friends all these 70 years. It was always so nice to get together with him. He will be missed by so many.

 

Megan McFarland posted on 5/21/19

You will be missed!

 

Denise Morgan posted on 5/21/19

My heart is broken and my soul is sad knowing that I will not be able to hear your voice again. I am going to miss our 1:00 am phone calls. Jamie was such an amazing person. She had an infectious laugh and a smile that would light up a room. She was such a great friend to me and so many more. Anyone who knew Jamie knows that her fur babies were her children. When Christy and I found this tiny little kitten in the bushes at Magic Hollow we knew that Jamie needed this kitten. See Jamie had just suffered the loss of her last little fur baby. Her heart was broken. Then fur baby Friday was found. It was love at first sight. She said "that is mine". After work that day she took Friday home. My deepest condolences go out to her family and friends. We will see each other again in heaven. I love and miss you my friend.

 

Ann Tasker posted on 5/21/19

Joe and Family, Curtis and I are so sad to hear of Nancy's passing. She was a very caring and loving person. We are praying for comfort for you all that only our Savior can provide.

 

 

Judy Wallace posted on 5/21/19

Condolences to the family. Jamie, RIP, you will be missed.

 

Brenda J Nash posted on 5/21/19

So sorry for your loss, she was a wonderful lady, I loved singing with her at Atlantic Shores

 

Debbie Hollingsworth posted on 5/21/19

You always had a smile no matter was going on in your life. May you now Rest In Peace ❤️

 

 

Lisa P Clark posted on 5/21/19

Your beautiful spirit will be missed. You brightened the lives of those you came in contact with. Love and light.

 

Merna Jo Pelzel posted on 5/21/19

There aren’t words to express how broken-hearted I am for all of Jamie’s family and friends. My sincere condolences to each of you but especially Mrs. Fisher, Tammy and Joe. As all of you know, Jamie’s smile would light up a room, her laugh was unrestrained and contagious, her heart as big as the sky and her friendship so valued. Jamie and I had so many good times and adventures that will stay in my heart the rest of my life. Those memories are so very precious to me, especially now, and will always bring a smile to my face and an extra beat iof my heart. I feel incredibly blessed to have had her as a friend and am so saddened to know that she’s no longer just a phone call away. RIP Jamie until we meet again. I love you!

 

Vicktoria Mudd posted on 5/21/19

Will always remember your beautiful smile and laugh.

 

Vicktoris Mudd posted on 5/21/19

Will always remember your beautiful smile and laugh.

 

 

Jim Lesoine posted on 5/21/19

So many fun times Jamie,You are one of the real ones RIP My friend

 

Elizabeth Custodero posted on 5/20/19

Because of Jamie I am who am today. I am forever indebted to her.

 

Delceno Miles posted on 5/20/19

So sorry for your loss. John was a dedicated servant leader. Enjoyed working with him on the Virginia Aquarium Foundation board. He'll certainly be missed. May God comfort and strengthen you.

 

JANICE STEVENSON H. and N. WAYNE HOEHNE AND FAMILIES posted on 5/20/19

DEAR MARTHA AND FAMILY we send our sincere sympathy to you all. We were saddened to learn of Mr. MUSTIN’s earthly passing but “ overjoyed to KNOW that HE IS IN HEAVEN! and ALIVE FOREVERMORE!!” through JESUS SACRIFICE AND MERCY!” WHAT A GLORIOUS “ REUNION” when we all get together again! You and the family are in our thoughts and prayers. Mr. Mustin was and is a wonderful GODLY MAN and so kind. Till we meet again... Love you, your long-time and forever friend,

 

Clifton Braxton posted on 5/20/19

To Mrs. Audrey, Hope, Angela, and the rest of the family, I offer my deepest and sincerest condolences to you all. I had known Dr. Settle since middle school. Little did I know that once I graduated undergrad, that I would find myself working with him in Hope's of one day becoming just like him. The burning desire to be a veterinarian is still there. He taught me a lot. My only regret is that should I ever reach the goal of becoming a vet, he won't physically be here to see it. But, I know he'll always be watching. Should you all ever need anything, you know where and how to find me. I love you guys. And I will miss him dearly. He was like an adopted Uncle.

 

Eddie Granger posted on 5/20/19

We send condolences to the family. Tommy will be remembered as a good Christian friend and Norview classmate who opened our meetings with inspirational prayers. Rest in peace, Tommy.

 

Debbie posted on 5/20/19

My sympathy goes out to the Family and Friends for the loss of their Dear Loved One Dr. John Edwin Settle Jr. I am truly sorry for your loss and I hope you can be comforted by the God of all comfort and tender mercies ( 2Corinthian 1:3,4) knowing that he cares about you and give you comfort from his word the Bible. At John 5:28,29 let us know, All those in the memorial tombs will hear Jesus voice and come out to a resurrection of life. May you also be comforted by the precious memories of John.

 

Ed and Doris Brady posted on 5/20/19

We were sorry to hear of Tommy's passing . We didn't know of the visitation or funeral or we would have been there. He xwS avery nice and Godly man. Rest in peace, Tommy.

 

Ed and Doris Brady posted on 5/20/19

We were so sorry to hear of Tommy,s passing. We are sorry we didn't go to his visitation or funeral but we didn't know about it. We will miss him at the Civic League Meetings. He was a very nice and Godly man. Rest in peace, Tommy.

 

 

Uncle Dave &Cookie posted on 5/20/19

The light is the way to heaven and god will take care of him from now on Rip bless you all

 

Sheryl posted on 5/20/19

It is so sad when we lose a young life over a senseless crime, May the lord guide the Grant Family through this.I never met Cole but I worked with his Grandmother Geri and I have been talking to her and she misses him with all her heart. I wish I could help she is really having a hard time.

 

Blake Holliday posted on 5/20/19

Boss man, can't even express how much I will miss you. I love you man. Your the one who brought me to my first concert. Shinedown. Still my number one favorite band. You were my father figure for so many years. I can't believe you're gone. I'm sorry for the things I said years ago, and im so happy that I had gotten to apologise to you before. You will always be missed and loved. I Love you

 

Annie posted on 5/19/19

I can rejoice for my Uncle Tommy has met his Savior face to fact. Never once in my life had I ever heard anything negative come out of his mouth. I am sad for selfish reasons but I know he is walking the streets of gold. Jesus welcomed him with opened arms saying well done my goid and faithful servant. Rest in peace Uncle Tommy. I love you

 

Marcel and Sharon posted on 5/19/19

Praying for peace and comfort for the family. Bob fondly known as “Mr. Bob”- You will be greatly missed.

 

Sandy Fink posted on 5/19/19

Ruby and family, I was so saddened to hear of Bobby’s passing. May you find comfort in the many wonderful memories you share. Bobby was one of a kind! Deepest sympathy to all of the family.

 

Allen Barber posted on 5/18/19

Bob was a great friend. We had much more than just a business relationship and I truly enjoyed his company. He always had a story about his wonderful life that entertained us all. He has an incredible family that I was fortunate to get to know. I’ll really miss him.

 

Bonita Mcclellan posted on 5/18/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you and family.Our hearts ache for you continue to lean on God.

 

John and Madeline McMillan posted on 5/18/19

A great loss to our community! Our deepest sympathy.

 

John and Madeline McMillan posted on 5/18/19

Deeply saddened to read of Bob's passing! Our sincere sympathy .

 

Cynthia Graves posted on 5/18/19

Ruby, I am so sorry for the loss of your husband. May memories of the good times that you shared together help you get through the sadness that you are going through now.

 

Valorie McLeod posted on 5/18/19

My condolences to Ruby and the family. Bob was a man of sharp wit and a joyous laughter. He will surely be missed! May you be kept in His perfect peace.

 

 

Danny Preston posted on 5/18/19

One of my most memorable work friends, Buck it was my pleasure to know you.

 

 

Patty Kent posted on 5/18/19

Buck, you will be missed!!! Prayers for your family at this difficult time!! Gone too soon!! RIP

 

Jerry Karwac, Jr posted on 5/17/19

While I haven’t seen Russell in years, I still remember what a good friend he was when we were in Boy Scouts together. Our sympathies to the family

 

Jill & Izzi posted on 5/17/19

I am so sorry for your loss. I had only meet Mr. Bob in the last year, but he always made me feel as if he’s known me forever. His presence will be missed tremendously and I will pray for the family as you seek comfort, strength, & peace....

 

 

Karen Scott posted on 5/17/19

Condolences to the family. My thoughts are with you at this time.

 

Trevor Hartman posted on 5/17/19

Buck you allways had positive things to say when I would visit you. Ill remember you for your religious dedication to the gospel. There's a cane you crafted for me with verse John 3:16 etched on it. I will remember you for your kind and caring nature.

 

Mark Travis Hartman posted on 5/17/19

You taught me how to fish and hunt. You taught me how to be tuff like you. You were one of the strongest men I Ever met...I will miss you Brother....Mark

 

Stephanie C. posted on 5/17/19

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

 

Randy Darden posted on 5/17/19

Rest In Peace Buck.... you were a good friend great person and loved by many. God Bless the family. Randy

 

Tamara posted on 5/17/19

A year without you Joey, the hardest thing I've ever done. I cherish the moments we had together they are the ones I'll remember all my life. I couldn't ask for anything more than the time I had with you. I'm so grateful for the love you gave me. Miss your laugh, that smile, your energy everything about you. I'm gonna miss you for a long, long time... Love you always and forever Tamara

 

Norman & Tanya Jackson posted on 5/17/19

To a good Man and co-worker Buck Hartman, may you RIH. Condolences to the Hartman family. Love Tanya and Norman Jackson

 

 

Jan Mulroy posted on 5/17/19

Praying the Lord's comfort during this season of loss and grief.

 

Laura Cobb posted on 5/16/19

When I met you you Beamed of Kindness and so Much Compassion. Made me ask you when your Birthday is? You told Me November 13th! I said...." Well no wonder your So Caring and Kind! Mine is November 12th!" LOL. All that Aside the last and best Memory I have of you is when I dropped off a Adirondack Chair. I had to keep the hatch open and no rope. So I used a bunch of Dog leashes! You got a kick out of that and told me it was a Good Idea. Then I gave you a BB Gun to give Zac and thats when you Lit up like a kid in a Candy store. You started pumping that BB GUN And had a ear to Ear Grin on your face. Then you told me that when you were a Child you would shoot tiny crabs with your BB Gun and thinking back you thought that was down right Mean and you hoped God forgave you!! You and Pam Stole my Heart in a way I can't explain. Rest Easy Buck. See you soon! Love~Laura Cobb

 

 

Lori Reynolds posted on 5/16/19

So Very Sorry for your loss, Everyone is in my thoughts & Prayers

 

Ray and Alice Cockrell posted on 5/16/19

Our love and prayers go out to this soldier's family. He has inherited his mansion in Glory now. May we all strive to pick up the torch and go forward in His service just as Bro. Thomas would wish for us to do.

 

Kendall Sentz posted on 5/16/19

Russell truly was a kindred spirit. Not a mean bone in his body. I valued his friendship and love to make him laugh. He was a devoted deacon and God has got him now. Condolences for family and friends, but I am happy for Buck in that he is no long in pain and he is experiencing things we cant even imagine.

 

Linda posted on 5/16/19

Hey Buck! Welcome to heaven! You’re probably busy reconnecting with loved ones! Just want to say that I remember when you told me how much you love me & Brenda, your two favorite sisters! However, you said that you were a little harder on Brenda, because “ she was tough” and you were very nice to me because I was “so sweet”! LOL. Thank you for that! I love you so much and will never forget our fun conversations. Love, Your Sis Linda

 

 

Cordell Lewis posted on 5/16/19

R.I.P. Thomas! You had a great life! You will forever be known as Uncle Tommy! And god blesses you're heart and everyone will forever known as great memories at you!

 

Robert P Seaford posted on 5/16/19

Russell, truly a gentle giant. A wonderful friend, and sure knew how to listen to other folks problems. We had a great time in High School. I will always remember you brother. God Bless the family.

 

frank sarratori posted on 5/16/19

Tp Pam and the family,you don't find many friends in this world like Buck.We were good pals as i like to say.and i will never forget that he took time out from his pain to offer kind words and love to encourage me and my own health issues.I shall miss him dearly.RIP My friend.

 

Douglas Murphy posted on 5/16/19

I have known Uncle Tommy in as many roles as one can know someone. Uncle, Employer, Contractor, Pastor, Friend... In all aspects he was always the same, never changing and never wavering. Everyone I have ever met who knew him or that I introduced to couldn't help but like him, he was a friend to all. He was always the hardest worker I've ever met, the calmest and most patient man I've ever met, and a true Light to those he came in contact with. I'm thankful for all of the memories that we've had together. I will miss my Uncle Tommy, but most of all, I will miss my friend.

 

Kevin Gaydosh posted on 5/16/19

So sorry to hear that we've lost such a dedicated and valued member of our Civic League and neighborhood. Praying for peace and strength for the family at this time. Blessed repose, eternal memory.

 

Gary Arsenault posted on 5/16/19

I have known Tommy since the late seventies. In that time, I never saw him angry or heard him raise his voice. Tommy goes now from a corruptible world to an incorruptible world.

 

 

Ted Wheaton posted on 5/16/19

Rest easy my friend your light will shine forever. Your friend and parter Ted

 

Michele McCullough posted on 5/15/19

My heart sank when I heard the news that Humberto was no longer with us. My deepest sympathy to his family. I had the honor of helping Humberto on many occasions at Navy Federal Credit Union. He was always a ray of sunshine in our day with only kind words to share. I will miss him.

 

Erika Gray posted on 5/15/19

I'm so glad I had the pleasure of meeting and getting to know Cole. My heart, thoughts and prayers go out to your family. He will be missed but never forgotten.

 

Dina Ascher posted on 5/15/19

God Bless the Grant Family! I am so very sorry about Cole. It crushes my heart and I will always remember the wonderful years when Andrew was best friends with Cole and Noah, because they lived in our neighborhood.

 

Rebecca McMicking posted on 5/15/19

Diane....Always here for you. I've enjoyed the past few weeks of you telling me about your mother. She knows how much you love her and there will always be a part of your heart that belongs to her. She is always with you.... Love you! Rebecca

 

Gail Clyburn Settle posted on 5/14/19

So sad to hear of her passing! Barbara was a great insurance woman! We (Gail Settle, Ray and Connie Clyburn, shared many meetings and meals with her back when we were members of the Norfolk Association of Insurance Women! Prayers of peace and comfort to her other friends and family during this difficult time!

 

Deborah Redmon (Ashley's mom) posted on 5/14/19

Kelsey, I remember my son, Daniel, running around the neighborhood with your brothers. They probably had fun bugging you and Ashley too! I'm sorry for your loss. Love you.

 

Paul and Carol Hickman posted on 5/13/19

We share many wonderful memories of Barbara in our church family. Her smile and warm personality were always ready and will be missed. God grant her the peace and hope of her Saviour, Jesus Christ. ✝️

 

Ernest Smith posted on 5/13/19

I will always remember her as my mother in law She never forgot a birthday, or anniversary She was a joy to be around and always brightened up a room she was in

 

Ernest Smith posted on 5/13/19

Irene was a very loving caring lady She will be missed greatly by everyone.

 

Jean Yeates Palmer posted on 5/13/19

RIP Mr Reichert I know you will be missed and was truly love I also remember you and your family as a little girl till me meet again behind them pearly gates God bless your family

 

Debbie Morrison posted on 5/13/19

I am so grateful God gave me you to be my dad. You were always there to support, guide and love me. Words cannot describe how much I love and miss you.

 

Betty Manry posted on 5/13/19

Will miss you waving to me as I get in or out of my car. You were a great neighbor.

 

Sandra posted on 5/13/19

Had not seen Melba since we were teens. Lost touch with Aunt Doll and family when I moved. May her family find peace through their memories.

 

Sandy Butler posted on 5/12/19

Betts, Sorry to hear of Doug's passing. Think of you and Doug doing our biking adventures in the 80' and 90's. Peace

 

April & Tony Baer posted on 5/12/19

Lisa, our prayers are with you and your family during this time. Much love.

 

Pam Gallup Pine posted on 5/12/19

Carol, Sorry to hear about Margaret’s passing. She lived a full life and now she’s with Pedro. Remember all the weekend sleepovers when our parents played poker for ours. Good times and fond memories.

 

Arlene Berlin Owens posted on 5/12/19

Your mom was quite a lady, kind, thoughtful and caring. Growing up, she was one of my favorite moms. I’m so sorry for your loss.

 

Helen Casper posted on 5/11/19

I'm sorry for our loss of Greg, but happy that he is at peace and restored. I often enjoyed his great smile and hardy laugh as we ran errands for Bartimaeus House.

 

 

Karen Scarpine posted on 5/11/19

Ever since I was a little girl Mr. Reichert has been a part of my life. It wasn’t until I got older that I really appreciated his wonderful sense of humor. He has always been very devoted to his friends, and had the utmost pride in his family. My only regret is that I didn’t stop by to see Him and Mrs. Reichert more often.You will be missed Mr. Reichert .

 

Quintina posted on 5/11/19

You will truely be missed

 

Leota clawson posted on 5/11/19

Will miss your jokes and you being ornery. You will be greatly missed. Love you buddy

 

 

SANDRA LAROSSA posted on 5/11/19

May all the good memories fill your souls and allow your hearts to heal.

 

 

SANDRA LAROSSA posted on 5/11/19

May all the good memories of your mom fill your souls and allows your hearts to heal.

 

Lisa Parker posted on 5/10/19

My deepest condolences to your family. I first met you at Farm Fresh and you quickly became one of my best friends. You were always so encouraging and always told me to never give up. You were one of my biggest inspirations and I will miss you dearly. Thank you for being such a great friend and member. Salute to my favorite Marine. Rest in peace.

 

Barbara Reichert posted on 5/10/19

I love and miss you. We will be together one of these days. Rest in peace you were thur a lot. All my love your wife.

 

Dona Gresham posted on 5/10/19

I am just hearing of this news and very sad. All four of my girls ADORED Agatha. She was their surrogate grandmother. We all loved her. I am so sorry we weren't able to attend the Memorial Mass. Blessings and prayers to the family.

 

Charlotte quick posted on 5/10/19

I will miss your smile and warm hugs

 

Faye Linda Potter Thiffault posted on 5/10/19

So sorry to learn for Barbara's passing. Hadn't seen her in several years. But I have spoken with her shortly after Ralph passed and one other time. She sent pictures and cards. Rest in peace with Ralph.

 

Sandy Corbin posted on 5/10/19

Tol Ae will be missed by anyone whose life she touched. She was an animal person and loved her family dearly. Tol Ae was one of the cornerstones of the Veranda Dinning Room! Love you girl!

 

Cynthia (Miner) Clayton posted on 5/10/19

I am so sad to hear this. I haven't seen Barbara in many years, when she would come to Massachusetts to visit with my cousin Ralph, and later with Lynn. So sad to see the family decreasing in numbers. All my love to Lynn and family.

 

Ana Williams posted on 5/10/19

My condolences to the family of Frances Blanched Conkers. May you have many happy memories. Many may feel that death is forever, but Almighty God Jehovah promised that he will swallow up death forever and he will wipe away the tears from all faces. He will also resurrect billions who have fallen asleep in death. Isaiah 25:8 Acts 24:15

 

Rebecca Williams posted on 5/10/19

Sincerest condolences from the Williams' in Ohio. Ted and Cora, their children Rebecca, Jerry and Diana.

 

 

Betty Thornton posted on 5/10/19

While I didnt know you well I know how important you were to your family through your little brother Billy and they looked forward to holiday celebrations with you

 

Gary and Becki posted on 5/10/19

Your mother was a very sweet and kind woman. May you hold on to all the wonderful memories and love in your heart.

 

Mary Graham posted on 5/9/19

What a sad surprise to see Peggy has passed on. I worked with her at Sears when they first opened at Pembroke mall over 50 years ago and we have been friends ever since. She was a wonderful lady, kind and generous. I will think of her every time I go to the Little Theater of Virginia Beach and remember the good times we had. My sincere condolences in the loss of your mother. Mary Graham

 

Fern Winter posted on 5/9/19

My sincere condoleances William, for you and all your family.

 

 

Angie D Todd posted on 5/9/19

Ms. Barbara you know I totally adore you. I will forever cherish the talks we shared and the memories you left me with. I miss you terribly. Thank you.

 

 

Karen Barnaby posted on 5/9/19

As his daughter-in-law, he has been my Dad B for 25 years. He loved pulling my leg with his little jokes! I don't have anything but warm, fond memories of our time and celebrations together. He was a very generous, loving man. He will be missed!

 

Randy Anthony posted on 5/8/19

Mrs. Edwards and daughters, My deepest condolences on the loss of your husband and father. I've only known Wilbur for about five years but it seemed like I've known him all my life. His sudden passing really jolted me, and I'm sure he left kicking and screaming since he didn't get to check off the Myrtle Beach golf trip on his bucket list. The guys that went lifted a glass in Wilbur's honor, and we simulated playing a missing man formation. God Bless. Randy Anthony and family

 

Deedee M posted on 5/8/19

Billy and Suzanne helped my son to get started in his career and welcomed him into their home. I am so grateful to them, and we are so blessed to have this wonderful family in our lives. My children and I love you all dearly and pray that God will give you peace in your grief.

 

Andrea Colvin posted on 5/8/19

My thoughts and prayers are with the family in this difficult time. May your memories of her be your comfort.

 

 

Mary Kate Pesce posted on 5/8/19

God Bless you Father Jim.. I can't believe you're gone but I hope you're in a much better place and resting comfortably. With the Lord!!!

 

Mary Kate Pesce posted on 5/8/19

So sad to hear of our Father Jim Parkes passing..We first met Father Jim back in the early 2000 when we.. My husband...my son who is a Special Ed kid and myself came from up north to live in Virginia Beach. When my son finally graduated from Salem High School back in 2016..Father Jim came to that ceremony to watch the services at the Convention Center.. We were so proud of our Autistic son Nick and so Humbled to have Father Jim also watching and taking part.. He still must have been so sick back then and but never brought it up but came to see us anyway!! Hail to you Father Jim!! We will always miss you and remember all your wonderful masses you gave us at our Church of the Ascension..! May your soul finally rest in peace in heaven with God... Amen!

 

 

Cathy Powell posted on 5/8/19

prayers and hugs for the family, always cherish the beautiful memories. luv yall!

 

Cathy Powell posted on 5/8/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family for an awesome man who cared and enjoyed spending time with family with love for everyone...love Cathy and Mike.

 

The Williams Family posted on 5/8/19

Keeping you all in prayer during this difficult time.

 

John M posted on 5/7/19

My Uncle Burkman was one of the kindest, sincerest gentleman Ive ever know. Although I did not see him much over the course of my lifetime, I always felt like I was the only one in the room when he talked to me. He was a great listener and very sincere. He was like that with everyone. He will be missed, but he lived a long productive life. He is now reunited with our Lord, Peggy, his sons, parents, and his two brothers. John Manuel, nephew

 

 

Lisa C. posted on 5/7/19

Love to you all.

 

Lisa C. posted on 5/7/19

I'll never forget dancing with him. What a kind man. So very sorry, and many prayers of love and comfort to you all. I love you.

 

Lynn and Jimmy Cofield posted on 5/7/19

We didn't get to be with Billy very much, but we enjoyed every time that we could be together. He was always open and outgoing with everyone and a real pleasure to be around. To his family we say rest assured that he is in a better place and is at peace.

 

 

Brenda & Lee Kinton posted on 5/7/19

I thoroughly enjoyed going to my uncle home with my grandma for visits and he would have rainbow sherbet for me when he knew he was coming. He always made me and my brothers feel welcome when we were there . He had a heart of gold . He was a true family man .

 

Janice Fowlkes posted on 5/6/19

Doreen I'm do glad I met you over 25 years ago, on the job. You were a very special friend to me, and I will never forget you.

 

Januari Cooper posted on 5/6/19

My deepest condolence to Scott's family. He and I worked very well in the Navy and I am extremely sad to hear of his passing. Our Sailors will miss a great leader.

 

Johnnie Kello posted on 5/6/19

One of the nicest people I ever met. We go back to grade school (Diggs Park0 thru high school (Lake Taylor). Truly a wonderful person.

 

Johnnie Kello posted on 5/6/19

To the family, I express my deepest condolences for the loss of your love one.

 

Olivia howard posted on 5/6/19

Eddie Bee so sorry for you all loss. Praying for the family

 

Irene G Umphlett posted on 5/5/19

May she rest in peace! Norma was such a nice lady!

 

V. Thompson posted on 5/5/19

My sincere condolences to the family of Mary Jane Jarvis. May you find comfort in your loving memories, and in God's promise to soon "swallow up death forever" and "wipe away the tears from all faces." (Isaiah 25;8) With deepest sympathy,

 

Norman D Soroko posted on 5/5/19

Please accept my deepest condolences, Jan, on the loss of your beloved sister.

 

Charles LoMonaco posted on 5/5/19

A truly sad day for the residence and friends on Bow Creek Blvd. who knew, respected and admired Charles (Charley) Haskins for his years and years of friendship and the many stories that were told and shared. My Wife Peggy and I felt like Charley was part of our family and after Ms. Shirley passed away, we enjoyed our visits when he would stop by and chat on our porch. Charley was a very special man, as some of your other Condolence contributors has stated. but he was more than special to so many because he was the heart and soul of our community and he always had time to stop, talk and wish you well. You'll be truly missed as we drive by your house without seeing you in your yard. God Bless you Charles Haskins, you were a one of a kind gentleman and heaven gained a true patriot. Thank You for Your Service!!!

 

 

Nadine wassman posted on 5/4/19

RIP.

 

Vera Henderson posted on 5/4/19

O ! How she has touched our hearts. Tony n i loved her she was such asweet loving person i will miss her our cutting grass may God bless n fly high my friend until we meet again much love Tony n Bootsie

 

Chilian Family posted on 5/3/19

I am sincerely sorry for your loss of a loved one. It's never easy to say goodbye under any circumstances. 1 Corinthians 15:26 speaks of a time when the "last enemy, death, will be brought to nothing." From that point on we will never have to experience the pangs of death again. I pray this message from God's (Jehovah) word the Bible brings you some comfort. 

 

Bishop Willie J. Smith posted on 5/3/19

I write on behalf of myself, Pastor E. Mickey Smith and the NBCC Church family to offer our deepest condolences to you and your family in the loss of your mother, Wayne Bonnie Young. Words can not express how deeply sorry we are for your loss. I know you will find support amongst your family and friends. We pray that her love is forever carried in your memories. Thank you for allowing the love of others to lift you up during this time of grief. “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” (Matthew 5:4) Please let us know if there is any way we can assist you. We want you to know your family in Jacksonville, NC is praying for you. With Sincere Love

 

AnnieB posted on 5/3/19

Life is fragile and so precious especially when we lose a loved one in death. May your family draw comfort in knowing that those sleeping in death are not suffering. The Bible’s wonderful hope found at Isaiah 25:8 tell us “He will swallow up death forever, and the sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces.” May this promise strengthen and comfort you during this time.

 

Chuck & Chris Dey posted on 5/3/19

Charlie and extended family. Chris and I are so sorry for your loss. Gail was a Beautiful Lady with many friends and neighbors who will miss her friendly ways. Bless you all through this trying time.

 

Sherry Reid posted on 5/3/19

I was very said to hear Chris lost her diligent fight. When I met her I didn't know she was ill. She lived life to the fullest, always smiling and joking. She was the biggest supporter of the Southern Gospel Group, Heaven Bound because her best friend/sister sang with us. We loved her to come whenever she could. She always made me smile. She will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends.

 

Dustin Schouster posted on 5/3/19

Sorry for the loss of your Father. My deepest condolences.

 

Eva & Fernando Seminario posted on 5/3/19

We were saddened to hear that your father / grandfather passed away. Our thoughts are with you and your family.

 

Maureen flanagan posted on 5/3/19

Father Jim was the kind of priest Pope Francis talked about in 2013: one representing “the community of the yes” as opposed to the “church of no”. He was brave and compassionate and a true representative of Jesus. Bless him!

 

Chan B. Walden posted on 5/3/19

Charlie, I am so sorry to hear about about Gail passing. My prayers will always be with you and the family. Love you always

 

Sue Trinidad posted on 5/3/19

My friend I am sorry you had to leave us .you have been my friend for 50 years.you were so full of life & you lived it to the fullest.you never knew a stranger.and you had so many friends.and you loved your christian music.I will always remember our phone calls & secrets. I will miss you my friend .Peace Be With You. Sue Trinidad.

 

Michelle Hedger posted on 5/3/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Please let me know if there is anything you need. I will keep you and your family in my prayers.

 

Paul Milligan posted on 5/2/19

I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Aunt Gail. Nothing can be said to ease the pain of losing a loved one, but you have my heartfelt sympathy. Lots of love to Gail, and to all of those touched by her passing.

 

Stephen and Kelly Lanier posted on 5/2/19

Heaven a gained a great man. Mr. Charles, as we called him, was our next door neighbor but he was more family than neighbor. We would see him daily taking pride in his yard and helping those in his community. You could be outside talking to him and cars just pass by to honk at him or stop and chat, as he was well respected. He would share stories with us about his times in the Navy, California and many of his late wife Shirley. When we heard the news of his passing, we were out of town but when I heard the news my heart sunk with sadness as we will miss, hearing and sharing stories, dinners and good times together but we remain am confident that he is in heaven with his beloved wife and that we will see him on the other side. Heaven gained a truly GREAT man. Our condolences go out to the family and friends of Mr. Charles. He will be greatly missed!

 

Allen & Loranna Ferrell posted on 5/2/19

Dean, Hattie May the Lord comfort you in the loss of your mother. We are always thinking of you. We Love you Uncle Allen, Aunt Red

 

Patty Shaw posted on 5/2/19

You are now with our Holy father in Heaven. I first met father Parke when I was in the Rcia at church ascension. We had alot of laughs together, he was a amazing man I knew. He also renewed my parents marriage vows. And when my father died in 2007 he did the blessing at the funeral .just about 2017 he also was by my side when my mother died. I will see you again in heaven Father Parke. Rest easy my dear friend. God bless you and keep u always

 

 

Sam Milligan posted on 5/2/19

When I was young, before our other siblings came along, everyone else used our names, but Gail always called me Buddy, and I called her Sis. You were the best big sister I could ever imagine, and I will love you and miss you forever.

 

 

Donna Abate posted on 5/2/19

I will always think of you dear Padre as my friend...you were all that a priest should be - you walked the walk and talked the talk - generous with your time and love, inclusive, caring, filled with a love of humanity and a willingness to help. to comfort. I will always remember and hold dear time spent with you and I will always be inspired by those traits you embodied that were God-given. Rest in peace with the Lord Father Jim

 

PAULETTE THOMPSON posted on 5/2/19

My memories of Father Parke are that he was sweet, caring, and accepting Pastor, who cared for and about me from the first time I met him. I am thankful that God placed him in my life.

 

Cheryl posted on 5/2/19

Beautiful person, beautiful spirit To know her was to love her!! Rest well sweetie !♥️♥️♥️♥️

 

Fr. John Manuel posted on 5/2/19

Father Jim was the epitome of the priesthood. He brought the elevation of the faith to the level of the common person. He was a priest's priest add a parishioner's priest, a priest in the life of true service. I shall always honor and remember him.

 

Norma R. Rivera Valera posted on 5/1/19

I am so heartbroken because this is a great loss to the world! Chris was so full of life, so giving, so jovial, brave, loving, kind that I cannot fathom she is gone. No matter how much pain she was in, she always said she was alright. She was always trying to help others. She had such a bright, cheerful energy that enveloped all around her. She decorated things beautifully and deserved more recognition than she got. Her home was spotless and accommodating. Her faith and positivity were unparalleled. She overcame so many difficulties throughout her life; yet, she never stopped smiling. I admired her greatly. My husband and I sincerely loved her. I have never felt so sad at a passing, though I know she is dancing and smiling and talking to everyone in heaven! I have a video of her happily moving to a musical number less than three years ago. I will always carry the memory of her wonderful spirit inside me.

 

Danielle Nixon posted on 5/1/19

We have some memories since I was 13 years old. Lauren was one of my best friends. She always will be no matter where we r in life!!! I love u and u rest easy. U were so loved!!! Ur family is in my prayers always. Love u

 

Angel Roberts posted on 5/1/19

All of our Love, thoughts, and prayers go out to all of you at this time, our deepest sympathies, Angel & Roy Roberts & families

 

Alison Daniels posted on 5/1/19

I first met Becky when she joined us for our weekly fellowship at Coaster Coffee and was immediately struck by her kind spirit and warmth. Then I had the pleasure of having her as my "back seat driver" taking her to our Bible study on Wednesdays where we had a chance to talk more and spend some time talking about family, books, God and other important topics. Becky made sure I didn't run any red lights! I will always remember her greeting when I came to fetch her -- "Come on in, baby girl" -- even though I was the one who was so much older. My deepest sympathies to all Becky's family. She was a true treasure and I know she is now among the angels.

 

Mike and Ellen Yates posted on 5/1/19

We are so sorry for the loss of your father. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Katherine Brannock posted on 5/1/19

Hesring this sad news reminds me of long lost days of Piedmont/Us air days. Being from Portsmouth and being based there was awesome however once the commute began because closing Norfolk i saw so much more of the agents who i became friends with and who helped try to help us F/A get on a flight and off to work. Thank you Rick for being there. Rest in Peace.

 

krishna posted on 5/1/19

Robert K. Broom - Rest In Peace

 

Joy Schirmer posted on 5/1/19

My deepest Condolences to Paul and Chris’s Family. Chris was So Much Fun and always lit up a room with her laughter and dancing. She will be Greatly Missed and Forever Loved!

 

 

Jason and Cynthia Luke posted on 5/1/19

We are so sorry for your loss.

 

 

Jerry Barham posted on 5/1/19

For my loving Brother

 

 

Jerry Barham chu posted on 5/1/19

For my loving Brother

 

Jennifer Zepp posted on 5/1/19

I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your father. I can't imagine how hard this is for you and your family right now. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Edwin posted on 5/1/19

“The LORD is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit.” Psalms 34:18. My condolences to you and your family on passing of your Dear Father.

 

Lieutenant L. Thompson - VBSO HRC Liaison posted on 5/1/19

My deepest sympathy for such a wonderful inspirational man. Father Parke will be greatly missed by our city. Sending prayers and comforting thoughts to is family. Father Parke was a friend to everyone he meant.

 

Lorraine Everton posted on 5/1/19

Chris was such a loving person. She always had a beautiful smile. I will sure miss her!!

 

Pavani Kaushik posted on 5/1/19

My condolences to you and your family on passing of your Dear Father. May his soul rest in peace.

 

Marcine Luke posted on 5/1/19

Sean and family, so sorry for the loss of your Mother. You are in my thoughts and prayers

 

D. Arriaza posted on 5/1/19

Dropping the kids off at LTHS might not have been the most pleasant at times, but I always looked forward to seeing Becky's smile and wave. It was a nice start to the day. She will be missed dearly.

 

Leland Labuguen posted on 5/1/19

Its hard to remember a time when we weren't friends. You always felt more like family. My heart has broken knowing that I will only see your smiling face in pictures. We will always love you! Love, Leland and Godfrey Labuguen San Diego, CA

 

 

shirley gonyer posted on 5/1/19

I will miss her a lot. Sorry yaall.

 

Joy Ellison posted on 5/1/19

She was such a loving soul. Gone too soon! She will be greatly missed.

 

Nina Saunders posted on 4/30/19

I had the pleasure of seeing her come in the door in the morning getting ready to pick up our beautiful kids for Norfolk Public School. You will forever be in our heart

 

Brie Johnson posted on 4/30/19

You always treated me as your niece . The first time I met you , I never would’ve thought you’d have such a big impact on my life . Just from saying “hey do you wanna go to the beach?” And sadly my response was “my mom said no cause she doesn’t know you”. Who would’ve thought that moment would strike up such a bond between you and my family . Thank you for being you and always having my back . You were genuinely a kind soul . I’m glad that I got the time with you that I did . And I’m jealous of the time that I won’t have , but you’re in a far better place . Rest easy Snoopy , you are loved and missed very much . This isn’t a goodbye , it’s a see you later ❤️

 

LaCretia Marshall posted on 4/30/19

I would like to send my condolences to the family. Linwood was one of my Grandmother’s favorites and she was more than happy to ensure he got his share of sweet potatoes and rolls. He always looked out for her when we could not. He kept in touch and we love you for that Cousin! Love you and may your memory and smile forever bless those that had the pleasure of knowing you!

 

 

Barbie Firooz posted on 4/30/19

We will always love you Snoopy

 

Nancy A Martel posted on 4/30/19

God Bless this family, may God hold your hearts up high and send peace through this difficult time, so sorry for your loss, peace and prayers for you Kirby and Normand

 

Connie/Johnny Marks posted on 4/30/19

To my loving nephew Scott, we are so sorry and miss you. You will always be my sweet little boy. May God take you into his loving arms and settle all your worries so you can Rest In Peace! May your family and friends find peace in knowing you are in the arms of our Lord!

 

Sonia Riley posted on 4/30/19

Snoopy you will be missed. You were one of the sweetest most kindest person I knew. Youhad a heart full of love for everyone. Thank you for all you did for me when I had nowhere to go. Thank you for just being you. I love you. Sleep in peace.

 

Charliepefley posted on 4/30/19

Its a big loss for me because he and John Rooney helped me to be the big C. I will miss his wit and his laugh. . He was great and I will miss him .

 

Natalie Senn posted on 4/30/19

I will forever cherish the memories of Your infectious laugh, your large grin, your huge heart and your amazing love for us all in your own way. I was born into your parent's household where you assisted in my care while my parents worked and attended college. Oh! And let's not forget that wild since of humor where you once encouraged me to eat a hamburger from a magazine page. I Love you "Liar Wright" My condolences to my family. Let's get together real soon guys! I love you all.

 

Chilian Family posted on 4/30/19

We are sincerely sorry for your loss. Often times, no words spoken can ease the pain. But please remember God is nearby to strengthen and help you endure these difficult times. (Psalms 34:18) He is the "God of comfort" and promises to fortify and help you. (Isaiah 41:10 & 2 Cor. 1:3, 4). I pray these words bring you comfort.  

 

Karan Smith posted on 4/30/19

Christine will surely be missed by her SSSSS ladies group and all who knew her. Always had a smile on her face. Smiling and laughing now with the angels. Love you

 

Susan Borte and family posted on 4/30/19

Our families connection to Rick started in 1975. As an instructor at Chuck Norris, our boy’s became very fond of Rick. That continued until 1979. Finding Rick at the airport, was a great gift. Always a smile and a hug! Our boys, now grown, so enjoyed their short visits with Rick. What a kind, gentle soul he was. RIP Rick. Fly away!

 

 

Bonnie Barnes posted on 4/30/19

Every time I think of Linwood all I hear is him laughing. He loved my moms candid yams and would make his way to Suffolk if he knew she had some, which was most of the time. When he was a police officer in Washington he let me ride in his police car. This was a memory as a kid I never forgot. His sense of humor defined him. Love you Linwood and you will be missed.

 

Erica wise posted on 4/30/19

My prayers are with the family. I will truly miss his. I will never forget the first time I started to care for him. The first thing he said was I am hungry take me to eat. Everyday I cared for him he wanted to eat and go riding. So in the time I cared for him we have covered some miles. I will truly miss you. Erica

 

David A Culler posted on 4/30/19

Our deepest sympathy for the family and friends of my cousin Cheryl.

 

 

Karen Brantley posted on 4/30/19

I am honored to have known Christine through a group of ladies known as the SSSSS ladies. She has such a sweet smile and a warm heart. She will be greatly missed.

 

Dottlyn Palmer posted on 4/30/19

I am deeply saddened by the passing of Miss Christened. She was an awesome lady. May her family find comfort during this time. Rest In Peace Beautiful lady!!

 

 

Janet Newell Woodford posted on 4/30/19

My deepest condolences to Linwood family. Linwood wonderful person and a truly GWCH classmate of 1965 Newport News Va RIH will truly miss

 

Wayne Allen posted on 4/30/19

I will never forget you Linwood. You were more of a brother, than a cousin. Love you man! Rest in Heaven.

 

Jim and Betty Hunt posted on 4/30/19

Jim and i were so sorry to hear of your loss. Chris was a very special person. We are praying that God will give you that special peace only He can give Phil 4:7. God bless all of you.

 

Paul Simmons posted on 4/30/19

Bobby and Becky joined our class at First Baptist and were a wonderful addition to our class. I loved it when Becky's jaw would drop when someone said something unexpected in class. I appreciated her joy and inquisitiveness. We will miss her dearly.

 

Christina Spruill posted on 4/30/19

Sending my love to all of the family of Mr Linwood I pray that God comforts you all as you hold dear to your memories of the times you had with him

 

JAN STEVENSON Hoehne posted on 4/30/19

So saddened to hear of RICK’s passing-today from Butch Milam. My most sincere sympathy and condolences to the entire family. Rick was a SUPER NICE GUY to work with in my treasured days at PIEDMONT AIRLINES & US AIR- NORFOLK , VA. I will forever remember RICK and his total always-genuine kindness and helpfulness-he was FIRST CLASS! PEACE to you Rick and family until we meet again. JOHN 3:16 Sincerely, JAN STEVENSON (ORF)

 

Debi Daniello posted on 4/30/19

God truly gained a beautiful angel in Chris. She was a special lady that gave so much unconditional love to all she met, she lit up the whole room with her smile and kept her positive attitude till the end. I’m so grateful to have known you in this life Chris and I’ll see you in Glory sis. Love & prayers of comfort and peace to Paul and all the family.

 

 

Kevin and Jenny Deegan posted on 4/30/19

We would like to say how sorry we are for your loss. Father Jim was an Awesome man. He married us back in the 90's as well as baptizing our oldest son who is now 20. He was so easy to talk to and down to earth.....not typical of a catholic priest. Anyone who met him fealt at home. He also presided at my mother's funeral...he was so compassionate! We will always remember him as a kind man and what priests should emulate to be. Rest in peace Father Parks!

 

Christy Stevenson posted on 4/30/19

Holly and I grew up together. We shared a ton of memories and have been through a lot together. Life moved me away from Virginia Beach at a time when I feel she might have needed me and that always made me sad. I know she dealt with a lot over the past few years and I wish with all my heart that I could have been there for her more. Taylor and Peyton, I will always be your Titi. I would love nothing more than to be a part of your lives when we get back there. I hope your mom has found peace. I will love her always and cherish the memories of our childhood.

 

Robert & Michelle Sehl posted on 4/30/19

I was deeply saddened by the news of Christine’s passing. My heart felt condolences to you and your family.

 

Robert & Michelle (Hansen) Sehl posted on 4/30/19

I was deeply saddened by the news of Christine’s passing. My heart felt condolences to you and your family.

 

Linda Wettstone posted on 4/29/19

What a sweet, joyful soul she is, I don’t think she ever met a stranger. :) my thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

 

Pamela Heaberlin posted on 4/29/19

I had the pleasure of working with Becky @NPS Transportation for the past 12 yrs. She was a bright ray of sunshine and could make you laugh at the silliest things. You will be missed but not forgotten.

 

Steve Montgomery posted on 4/29/19

Peyton & Taylor, we all have tough paths in life, happiness, sadness, joy and anger. No one can know the path you've walked, however there is no doubt that your Mother loved you with all her heart. Just as others are unable to know the steps you have taken in your lives, we all know that in all of our hearts, including yours, our focus should stay fixed on the good memories, the good times and not the sadness that Holly's passing brings. You two are loved by many more people than you may imagine. God Bless You. -Steve

 

Diana hirras posted on 4/29/19

My prayers go out to the family of Linwood he was a great man and will be missed. I knew him from colonial downs. He loved the horses. God bless ypu

 

Pat and Chuck LeGeyt posted on 4/29/19

Father Jim was an extraordinary human being, who touched our family's lives in so many ways. We were so blessed to have him as our pastor and spiritual leader. He will definitely be missed. We will remember him always with a smile.

 

Sandra Edwards posted on 4/29/19

Chris you will surely be missed your smiling face and your laugh even thru the hard times you didn't get down you just continued to Praise your Jesus I know you are in no pain and with your Jesus and all pain is gone !Will see you again friend !!!!! I will keep your family and friends in prayer

 

Debra Turner posted on 4/29/19

Becky attended my Life Group at FBCN, I will miss you my Friend but! I know I will see you again in heaven what a great promise God had given us that we will see each other again. You are no longer in pain and you have a brand new body. My condolences to the family to your husband to Samantha we love you. Debra & Ralph

 

Mary Berridge Lambert posted on 4/29/19

So very sorry for the loss of this sweet lady. My heart goes out to her family. MBPA parents will all miss her and she was truly a treasurer to us all. To her devoted volunteer time, help and care with all the band students she surely will be missed.

 

Toni posted on 4/29/19

I had the pleasure of working with Becca for her 12 year tenure with NPS and was very fortunate to call her a dear friend. She was loved by all who knew her and will truly be missed.

 

Linda Wahlert posted on 4/29/19

Fr Jim was a man for all seasons! Supportive in the best of times & the worst! I miss him already!

 

Ellen Spangler Wilson posted on 4/29/19

I’m Ellen Spangler Wilson and was a McKeesport High School classmate of Jim Parke. He was always such an outgoing, thoughtful person. My husband and I had lunch (or breakfast) with him at our high school 50th reunion. He was still the same person and seemed to be very happy with his life as a priest. Then I moved to Norfolk to live near family and saw the obituary; he had been living here for awhile! I know he will be sorely missed. I so agree with “God chose to live within each of us with life to its fullest.” Rest In Peace, Father Jim.

 

Shirley Stephenson posted on 4/29/19

I didn’t mean to omit James Luther, Linwood’s brother , when expressing my Condolences to the family. Sorry CUZ!! Much Prayer and Love to you and the family.

 

Frances Pride posted on 4/29/19

Giving thanks for the time we shared in our SSSSS Society. You will be missed by all of your "sisters".

 

Kristen Barnson posted on 4/29/19

Sending heartfelt condolences to your whole family. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Shirley Stephenson posted on 4/29/19

Eventhough I am a family member, I would like to express my Condolences to Linwood’s immediate family. I praise Darlene for everything that she has done as a sister to help her brother during his illness.May God continue to BLESS YOU everyday. I thank Aunt Ella Mae for giving birth to Linwood and doing such a great job of rearing him to manhood. My Condolences to Linwood’s daughters Kisha and LaToya and I pray that with GOD’S help, time will HEAL ALL HURTS!!

 

CARROL L WILBURN posted on 4/29/19

I will truly miss her smiling face as she entered the church on Sunday morning. It is so hard to understand why those we love are taken from us, but find comfort in knowing that she is out of pain and rest in the arms of Jesus. When your heart is empty, filling it with happy memories can help you through the dark hours. Continued prayers for the family.

 

Shirley Stephenson posted on 4/29/19

Linwood aka Tootie as a boy was more like a brother than a first cousin to me. We were around each other often during childhood and even more as adults. I believe that Linwood was everyone’s favorite cousin. I know that he was mine. He was a character, making everyone laugh all the time. I going to miss you CUZ!! R.I.P. MUCH LOVE to YOU!!

 

Danny and Joyce Cobb posted on 4/29/19

Father Parke you were a great presence in the lives of so many. Your resounding laughter will echo forever in the hearts of all who knew you. We send our heartfelt thoughts and prayers to the family and remind them of all of the memories that are there to comfort forever.

 

Bonita E Houmita posted on 4/29/19

I love you Christine and I know you are in the heavens wearing a crown of your own of the finest of jewels and gold, you gave so much of yourself for the sake of others, you are the most amazing person I know, I,m so sorry for Ernie and Angie and the grandkids and family and for those who knew and loved her. I will always hold her dearest in my heart and I will never forget how amazing, strong, dedicated, loving, giving, and self sacrificial she was for the sake of others, She overcame the worst of tribulations and trials and always found a way to have fun with zest for life My deepest condolenses to her children and family.

 

Cheri Babler posted on 4/29/19

Condolences to Deb's mom and family. I have worked with Deb for years at Blue Skies Gallery. She was an inspiration and very brave fighting her cancer. She fought like a woman. I will miss talking about her dogs and her basket weaving with her. She will always be with me in spirit. I have been blessed to have known her.

 

Lonnie Bell posted on 4/29/19

Very sorry for your loss! ( Jean and Brandy's friend)

 

 

Sharon and Kenny Harrington posted on 4/29/19

Chris Heaven opened up for you wirb,God's arms open I We were blessed here at Victoria Place with your love and kindness You will never be forgotten

 

Cindy Weddle posted on 4/29/19

“I'm sorry so for your loss. Christine was a wonderful person. The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit. Psalm 34:18

 

Hala Dabboussy posted on 4/29/19

My prayers go to you and your family. May her soul Rest In Peace.

 

Joann Mccloskey posted on 4/29/19

So sorry to hear of your passing. Your love for life was so inspiring for everyone around you. You were a beautiful lady. Joann Mccloskey and Marianne Grogg will always think of you as a warm and to the point woman.❤️

 

 

Jessica Midgette posted on 4/29/19

Fly high Aunt Chris The funniest, most joyful person I have ever known. You will never be forgotten and missed by so many. I love you, till we meet again.

 

Paul Belvin posted on 4/29/19

I will always cherish our 20years together you made people very happy to know you

 

K.G.Cartino posted on 4/29/19

Father Parke, Thank you for all your service to Jesus Christ and all Christians everywhere over the many years you have served Tidewater and other locations! I was shocked when I saw you last, (approx a month or so earlier) that the the Diocese of Richmond fired you for administering the eucharist to a non Catholic and performing a wedding to a couple when one of the two didn't have an annulment prior to the marriage. They wouldn't even let you administer Mass one last time before you were given your walking papers! Father Parke, I know God loves you as do I and his son Jesus finds not fault with your Catholic rule violation. I pray for you and the Catholic Church that is survives the future despite its absurd and archaic ridiculousness!

 

 

GAIL Geigan posted on 4/29/19

I have a million memories of my childhood to adulthood with Christine. She was like another mother to me, loved me like her own and never treated me less than her own. She had the best laugh, the best smile and a beautiful heart. My life was overly blessed with her being apart of it. I’m comforted by knowing she has achieved her heavenly body and is forever with the lord Jesus whom she loved and fully believed in. I will see her again. I love you Christine Scott. I’ll miss you on earth. Your free now, healed and whole again. Peace be with you. ✝️✝️

 

Donna Baggett posted on 4/29/19

Chris I will l Cherish all the memories we made and hold them dear to my heart.❤ Heaven gained a beautiful soul Until we meet again. I will miss you dearly...Love you friend

 

Hattie Young posted on 4/29/19

Sorry for your loss Angie. I know how it feels to lose your mom.

 

 

Brandi Q. & Family posted on 4/28/19

Ant Chris I am so happy we got to reconnect and see each other! You were always the brightest light in the room! Love you very much and May you rest in peace.

 

Frances Grimstead posted on 4/28/19

You will be greatly missed my sister. I love you dearly until we meet again my angel

 

Jamie Midgett posted on 4/28/19

Love u aunt Chris You will never be forgotten just wish we could’ve had a little more time together but I know god has a places for you Love u

 

Mary Lee Long posted on 4/28/19

I just wanted to know how much your mother meant to me. I met her 33 years ago after our son's death. She helped me survive! She was a blessing to all those parents who lost a child. God's peace be with you.

 

Julie Wright posted on 4/28/19

God saw you weary and gave you rest. I will miss seeing your smiling face at church.

 

Pamela Rinsland posted on 4/28/19

I send my sincere condolences and prayers of comfort for all of Cheryl's family and friends. I got to know Cheryl very well as a fellow bell ringer in the choir. Despite all of her health problems, Cheryl was a steadfast member of the bell choir. When she could not stand, she would ring from her chair. We will miss her so much and we know that she is where there are no tears or pain. A true saint.

 

Mamye (Trina) Meyers posted on 4/28/19

I extend my heartfelt condolences to Linwood's family. Linwood was a great friend since high school, a traveling pal, and someone I could count on when I needed a laugh. Linwood is no longer suffering and is now with God. I will miss him.

 

Karen Mabry posted on 4/28/19

In the summer of 1987, Fr. Parke served as interim principal between the departure of the last two religious and the beginning of my term as head of School at Roanoke Catholic. Although he initially had many doubts about the future of the school, he showed up every day in the interim, opened his heart to all of the staff, parents and students - and fell in love with the Roanoke Catholic School community. He helped to create and fill the role of school chaplain and taught a religion class. His enthusiasm and support were a key part of the "turn around" that led to the strong and vibrant community that is RCS today. Thank you Fr. Jim!

 

Tim & Terri Barden posted on 4/28/19

Our deepest sympathies to a wonderful & caring man.

 

Tim & Terri Barden posted on 4/28/19

Father Jim Parke

 

Eleanor Richards posted on 4/28/19

I worked with Debbi and knew her for seveal years. She was one of the first people I met when I moved from Charlottesville in 2006. We teamed together for a year, and had many conversations with her. She brought many smiles to my day, and I am thankful to have known her. When she was diagnosed with cancer, no one anticipated just how valiantly she would fight. From her treatments, to surgeries, to the life she led while she was in treatment, she was an inspiration. I was happy to bring her flowers in her final months, as they brought her joy and happiness. Debbie will be missed, but she will be remembered with great fondness by many. Peace be with you, Debbi. We love you.

 

Greg & Jan Franceski posted on 4/28/19

Fr. Jim was so much more than all the wonderful things he did throughout his life He was a wonderful, honorable Christian to everyone. He was a loving, caring, concerned person for anyone who came to him. He was a priest whose vocation had no boundaries. He was an example to all of us who knew him on how to be a better person. His enthusiasm for everybody and everything was almost overwhelming to many who had the opportunity to work closely with him in fulfilling the Church's mission. And in turn, Fr. Jim, we all love you and care for you and wish for you an eternal peace and your well-deserved rest with God, Our Father..

 

Connie Seymour posted on 4/28/19

Rest my friend God needed you more and even though this was mind blowing I know you are ok and your true journey of eternial life has given you your wings . Go sing with those angles . I love you snoopy. Love always , Connie Seymour

 

 

Rachel White posted on 4/28/19

Love to Deb who was my best friend for many years. She kept me balanced in college Always filled my life with laughter and joy. Life is empty without her by our sides. But God called an angel to be with him and he knows best. She is out of pain after putting up a tremendous and courageous fight against cancer. The world was blessed with Deb she shed her love to all of her students and to her friends. She was the most unselfish person I have ever known. Praying God has wrapped her in his arms and I look forward to seeing her again. Love, Rachel

 

 

Cassera Gibson posted on 4/28/19

Cheryl started out as just a friends Mom. But when times got rough for me, she was there for me. She hugged me and talked to me and told me everything would be all right. When I had my first child, she crocheted a beautiful blanket for him. She had such a big heart, and I will miss her very much. She fought so long and so hard, and was so brave. I was blessed to know such a strong woman, always ready with a laugh or kind word. Much love to the family.

 

Monica Tromba posted on 4/28/19

Fr Parke has been a real Godsend to my family. From my wedding, to my son’s baptism, my father’s funeral, as well as multiple visits between TN and Cape Cod, MA, we considered him family. He was a great man! We will miss his laughter and his generous heart. Our love to his family. The Tromba’s

 

 

Bernice C Cox posted on 4/27/19

My love for you Debbi will never fade away. I am so very glad our paths crossed. Forever remember our talks, smiles and love. God gave us a precios jewel to share for awhile. His love was too great to allow your stay too long.!! So He heart your heartbeat and brought you home.

 

 

Nicole Nicholas posted on 4/27/19

Ms. Cheryl has always been very sweet to me and she was so helpful in comforting me when my father passed a few months ago. Her family is in my prayers and know they can always reach out to me if needed.

 

Bob Clark posted on 4/27/19

What a wonderful person Father Jim was. I knew him in Roanoke, VA in the 1990's. He was an unofficial pastor of radio stations WFIR and WPVR. Father Jim had his own radio program Saturday nights on WFIR for years. Father Jim treated everyone the very same and we are all better for having known him.

 

Diane Previtire posted on 4/27/19

So sad to hear of Fr. Parke's death. He restored my faith and made his sermons meaningful. I loved his positive out look and his great sense of humor. He was such a kind person and will be missed.

 

Denise Vaughan posted on 4/27/19

We have been friends since Northside Jr High school!! You are going to be missed big time Danny!!! You have Always been a very loving, caring, special friend to myself and Many others!! Your going to live Forever in my heart ❤️. See you again one day!!! Save me a spot!!! I love you ❤️!!!

 

Denise Vaughan posted on 4/27/19

I’m gonna miss you big time Danny!!! We have been friends since Jr.High School at Northside and you will always live in my heart!!!! You were a very loving, caring, special person to me now and forever!!! See ya again one day!!! I love you ❤️!!

 

Matej Hronec, Prague posted on 4/27/19

Dear Padre Jim, thanks for your big help in difficult time, for your amazing laugh, fairness (also in complicated catholic questions) and positive energy. You will stay in my heart and will be inspiration for my whole life. I have dilema if to pray for you or pray to you. You will be missed. I am so sorry that you couldnt come to visit us to Prague. Rest in Heaven !

 

J. B. SanGiacomo, PGA posted on 4/27/19

Padre, you've done so much for my family. Thanks are never enough. You'll be greatly missed, not only by my family but by Tidewater as a whole.

 

 

Rosemary Hambrick posted on 4/27/19

Father Jim ~ You were GRAND...and will always be. I am grateful to you for all which you were to our family, and for the memories.

 

Ellen Holland Williams posted on 4/27/19

There will never be another like you Deb. You were so loved and such a treasure to all family and friends. I miss you like mad but know your beautiful spirit is resting in eternal peace. Condolences to her family and all loved ones.

 

 

Amy sawyer posted on 4/27/19

Ms gegner was my fifth grade teacher that I kept in touch with since I left her class. If she had a bonus question on tests or quizzes they were never an option and since then I kept that throughout my entire time I was in school

 

Anna Wyatt posted on 4/27/19

Our deepest condolences to the Family. We knew and loved Debbie through the Fancy. Tidewater Kennel Club

 

Carolanne posted on 4/27/19

Danny I had such great times with you and we will see each other again

 

Peggy Privott posted on 4/26/19

Farewell to one of the most beautiful human being and Christian that I have ever known. You were a true gift to me and my family. You are in our hearts forever. Rest In Peace, my friend.

 

Rebecca Young posted on 4/26/19

Father Park always did the right thing not the politically correct thing He loves deeply lived humbly and showed compassion ...the true message of Jesus And the true reflection of the calling which he took very seriously

 

Bill, Jen and Phoebe Nichols posted on 4/26/19

I have known Fr. Jim Parke for 40 years after all the years would get together for dinner with my family. He taught me so much about life and acceptance of others. He was a blessing to all who knew him.

 

Billy & Scarlett Jennings posted on 4/26/19

The family and the world lost a special lady, Grace Hugo. Rest in peace, Grace. You will be missed.

 

Rio posted on 4/26/19

I am truly heartbroken for all of Wilhelmina's family for this tremendous loss. I am so blessed to have known her and so very thankful that she accepted The Lord Jesus Christ as her savior all those years ago. Because of that... I know that one day.... I will see her again. Fly free Wilhel... You are home now.

 

Rob Blumenthal posted on 4/26/19

It's hard not to think of you and see the years we played at the rec center then later as semi-adults, late teens and young bloods. I hope you have eternal rest and peace Danny.

 

The Portner Family posted on 4/26/19

Fr Parke helped make the world a better place. We will always remember him and his great humor, thoughtful homilies, and sincere caring about every person.

 

 

Rick and Chris Schroeder posted on 4/26/19

Dr, Parke blessed our family in so many ways through the years. He gave both our children 1zt Communion and blessed our Daughter's marriage. He was truly a man of God and saw God's presence in all. We have all been blessed to be a part of his journey. May His family be comforted by his memory and continue to deliver God's love as he did.

 

D. R. STATON, P.C.E., VBPD posted on 4/26/19

No man I ever knew was ever more of a friend to me than Fr. Jim Parke. We shared a joint ministry with a precious elderly family. We assisted each other at times. Fr. Jim was the best of the best. I cherish his memory. I already have and do miss him greatly! I will look forward to seeing him again in Eternity! Fare thee well Dear Brother, Fare thee well! Family and friends I shall be praying for you... Be blessed and comforted. He has just graduated to his new home! D. R. STATON, POLICE CHAPLAIN EMERITUS VBPD... [email protected]

 

David Williford posted on 4/26/19

So sorry for your families loss. I used to see Danny all the time he would always have good things to say . I will truly miss him.

 

Dorothy Brown and family posted on 4/26/19

My condolences to the family and friends.

 

Sandra Corey posted on 4/26/19

Darlene, this is from your cousin Sandra. There is not enough space for the memories of Linwood and his Chevy.I would sit in the back of church and sneak out. He,Alvin and I were the 3amigos.I spent a lot of time at your house. I will always have a special place in my heart for him. I pray for all of my cousins every night. May the Lord bless you and keep you. You were a good sister. Love you.

 

Michael and Sabina Haydu, and their children Farid, David, Michaella, and Mila posted on 4/26/19

Someone we love is gone, he has gone to a better place, to a better place in heaven, but he lives on in our love and memories of him.

 

Chaz O’Connor posted on 4/26/19

Father Jim and I have known each other since I was 12...24 years ago. He was my best friend who introduced me to god in a loving, caring and gentle manner. Because of him I started viewing God as a loving “father” instead of a “puppet master.” Father Jim was always thinking about me, and never hesitated to help or spend time with me when I needed a friend...a tradition we still continued doing because we loved each other’s company (for after 2013 we always met at Salvador’s to grab pizza). He was present in my family’s life too. Father was the only priest who my brother, dad, and friends loved. He was there for me when my grandfather, dad, and brother died (even pr sided at their funerals; basically everyone; every young person (church goer or not), loved and followed him because he didn’t preach, he loved. He took some kids in for the night who fought with their parents, he just gave everyone he met 110% (something that is hard to find in a church nowadays). Father, you blessed my life and infused it with a priceless wisdom I’ll never forget. I’m proud to say you were—and still are—my friend. I love you and can’t wait until we meet again. Thank you for being you.

 

Michael and Sabina Haydu, and their children Farid, David, Michaella, and Mila posted on 4/26/19

Someone we love is gone, he has gone to a better place, to a place in heaven, but he lives on in our love and memory of him.

 

Ronald Cobb posted on 4/26/19

My great friend you will be sorely missed at our chapter. You were a very important hero and I will miss your great personality. May you Rest In Peace.

 

Christina Crawford and Family posted on 4/26/19

To my cousins,your mother meant the world to me,when i was in need and doors where closed she opened hers to me.i came to know a good woman and loving mother;she became more than cousin she became a friend.i want you to know that the word of God says that she has falling asleep and that the time will come when jesus himself will waken her take that which belongs to the almighty himself .the word of God says that which came from dust must return to the dust and that which is spirit must return to the Lord' so shade no tears for her but rejoice in her resurrection for she will have a new body free from sickness and pain.no more will she have to suffer on this earth.let us rejoice in her home coming with laughter,and memory of her past life for her new life is about to began.I love you all.If you cry for anyone cry for us for we have a long way to go before we can reach that place holy place where are Lord is waiting.cousin have a great journey i will see you there some day.

 

Mechelle Carter posted on 4/26/19

Sorry for yall lost, keeping the family in my prayers, I'm going to truly miss her, childhood mom to me and others, rest easy Ms E

 

Jane Chudoba posted on 4/25/19

My father, Jack Carvil, was a devout Catholic and member of Ascension. My mother, Anne Carvil, was a devout Methodist and attended her own church every Sunday. When Jack died, Father Jim called Anne's minister and involved him in the service at Ascension. Father Parke was all about inclusiveness. He got our family through my brother's untimely death and when my Methodist mother died in Richmond years later, Father Parke surprised us at her funeral. He was a wonderful gift from God.

 

 

Coley Newsome posted on 4/25/19

Missing you already Uncle Danny. I really never expected you to be gone so soon. I've enjoyed every aspect of my life with you! No one will ever fill your place in my heart. Your soul was beautiful & heart so full of love! May you forever rest in peace. I love you... your youngest Niece

 

RODNEY HAUGER posted on 4/25/19

I AM SURE GOING TO MISS SEEING YOU AROUND. NEVER FORGOT HOW YOU AND MARK HELPED ME OUT.

 

Lana Collins posted on 4/25/19

Danny you will be missed & forever one of my favorite Redskin Fans..so many laughs & memories I will miss you my Friend

 

 

Bobbie Barnhill posted on 4/25/19

I love you Uncle Danny! May you Rest for eternity in Peace You will never be forgotten. You had the most beautiful soul & the biggest heart. I know you Loved me & My Sister & God only knows how much you loved your Lauren, Brooke & Brett! Watch over them... Until I see you again, love your Oldest Niece❤

 

Katherine Vastano posted on 4/25/19

Father Parke was a wonderful man and a wonderful priest. He always wanted to make people happy. He played a very important part in my life. He was treated very shabby by the higher-ups in Richmond, but he never lost faith. He will be greatly missed by those of us who loved him.

 

 

Dana Davis posted on 4/25/19

So sorry for your loss of a great man ! My thoughts and prayers are with y’all at this time

 

Beulah M Davis posted on 4/25/19

Darlean, I am so very sorry for your loss of Linwood. You have been the greatest sister he could have ever had. I can only imagine the pain of loss you are feeling. I want to encourage you during this difficult time. God will comfort you, guide you, strengthen you and continue to provide your every need. I remember Kathy and I visiting your Hampton home back in the day and Linwood was Mr. Cool. He will be remembered always.

 

Steve Traylor posted on 4/25/19

Fr. Jim was a remarkable human being. He had the midaa touch to make you feel worthy no matter how bad you felt about your sins. He was personally responsible for my father's conversion when struck with his mortality. Fr. Jim will always hold a special place in the heart's of my family. GODSPEED and welcome to paradise Fr. Jim. You served your creator and your community with distinction.

 

Michael Yetter posted on 4/25/19

I would always see Mr. Muhlenbruch inside the Farm Fresh on Cedar Rd. He would insist I call him Willie, but as a customer I had to call him by his sir name. I always enjoyed when he came into the branch office. He would always ask me if he could treat me to lunch at the Chinese Restaurant next door, but unfortunately I always had to decline. He would make sure to stop by and say hello to us, even if he was not in the store to see us. I wish I could have made the services, but please accept my condolences. He was truly a wonderful man and he is going to be missed.

 

Beth Pegram Pitter posted on 4/25/19

Goodbye too soon my old school chum. I hope that you have found peace. We shared many laughs together. Sending my deepest condolences to his family. God Speed Dan-0.

 

Janet Andrews Williams & Pam posted on 4/25/19

Father Jim was certainly one of a kind. If I ever needed to talk, I could always count on you! My thoughts and prayers are with you and those you leave behind!

 

C H posted on 4/25/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8

 

Don & Mary Stevens, Sun Lakes, AZ posted on 4/25/19

Father Jim was a beloved priest to us and to so many.  He was a wonderful man who made such an impact on us.  He has left us for his heavenly home, but the impact he made on Don and me will live in our hearts forever.  He was, by far, the most caring priest we have ever had the blessing to encounter.

 

Aislyn Hughes posted on 4/25/19

I'll never forget Father Parke leading the way at my grandmother's funeral or him coming to bless her home after passing. He was a brave and loving spirit with a boldness that no one could forget. You will be greatly missed, Father Parke. Thanks for always being there, even when it was hard. All my love.

 

 

Jackie Sinchongco posted on 4/25/19

Remembering how 'special" you are to our family.. Your story is great...

 

LINDA REISKE posted on 4/25/19

I have such fond memories of Danny from our childhood. I will keep your family in my prayers.

 

Mary Anne Thompson posted on 4/25/19

Father Jim was my hero!! A true Christian in every sense of the word! His homilies always uplifted me and made me stronger and proud to be a member of the Ascension church. You will be missed so much but never forgotten. Look down on all of us from heaven and guide us, lead us to be more like you! We love you Father Jim but in our faith we know you now have your eternal reward with our Lord!

 

 

Tiffany Chondell Patterson posted on 4/25/19

He rose on Easter what a blessing for all the angels

 

Jacqueline Blake posted on 4/25/19

You so loved the lord. I met you years ago and was struck by your kindness giving heart and your ability to remember peoples names. Welcome to the light of Gods face. ❤️

 

Ellen Burns posted on 4/25/19

The very first time I met Father Parke, was after Mary Russo's passing. I remember her saying to me, the last time I saw her, that God will send someone good to take her place. She obviously knew who she had in mind. Father Parke talked freely about Mary and her huge shoes to fill, he wasn't sure if he could do so. Within months, and the guidance of the OVR office staff, Melissa and Mary, a team was born and moved forward. Father Parke was a leader in his own way and always had a smile and a moment to listen. He will be missed by many and can now be with his Lord.

 

 

Pat P posted on 4/25/19

I loved Father Parke he helped me through a very rough time and I will never forget him. He will be greatly missed.

 

Melissa Zibutis Byrne posted on 4/25/19

The past five years have taught me a lot about humility. Fr. Parke was firm in his beliefs, generous with his time and always looked out for the underdog. I watched him time after time give his last dollar to someone in need. Whether he was counseling a fellow employee after a death, bringing fresh underwear and socks to the jail, driving a dear friend to doctors’ appointments, or trekking states away to perform a wedding for a former parishioner - Fr. Parke showed up. Fr. Parke and I did not always see eye to eye, but we both had great love and respect for one another. When he visited Cape Cod a few years ago, he insisted on having breakfast with my Mum. Though he had never met her, he said he needed to meet the woman who raised me. And anyone that knows JP, knows that he always does so over a meal. For the time following his visit to Cape Cod, he always asked how my Mum was. Not having family in the area, it was nice to have someone bring up my family on a regular basis. This past year, when I lost both my brother and father-in-law suddenly – Father Parke showed up. He donated money, he sent cards, he made phone calls. Whether I was asking him to attend an EMS event, go to a Disaster Recovery Briefing at 7am, or fill in as a tutor-mentor (because we need more males!), Fr. Parke showed up. He cared deeply about his family and church family. He knew each VRM and strived to learn all he could about each of them individually. And though there were days where he drove me absolutely nuts – I realize now – it was rooted in goodness. I will miss our God-talk. I will miss him plopping down in the chair distracting me from my work. I will miss someone asking me every day how my husband and mother and brother and dogs are. Fr. Parke took the time to get to know me… to get to know us. We talk a lot about Diversity and Inclusion in government. You take a 50+ year Catholic Priest and throw him into government and you are surely going to have some assimilation speed bumps. Sure, he prayed at our formal meetings and he asked VERY personal questions of people in public settings… and who can forget that Ash Wednesday when he offered everyone (including our Jewish colleagues) a charcoal cross on their forehead. On the surface this all may seem inappropriate and clearly crossing the boundaries of “Church and State” but that was Jim. That was “Padre” – he didn’t care where he was – each engagement is an opportunity to show up… to be inclusive… to celebrate what makes him different. To celebrate what makes you different. To better understand. To include. Fr. Parke, I’m so happy Mary Russo introduced me to her, “Priest Friend.” And that I put your name on that piece of paper for Ruth. You were the epitome of a Christian in Action. It is an honor to support the memorial fund for your family – as you so generously did for mine in our time of need.

 

Betty Mansfield-Cannon posted on 4/25/19

Grace was devoted to her husband, Doug, and to her family and friends. She had a smile that was simply beautiful. When she smiled her light blue eyes twinkled too. She was a soft spoken person and found the good in everyone. She loved her music, her gardening and caring for her fruit trees. She was also a great Mother-in-law to my son, Trey. Grace will be missed.

 

Rachel and Family from MD posted on 4/25/19

To Kisha Shelton and LaToya Boniparte, Please accept our sympathy in the loss of your father. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May your memories give you peace and comfort and know that you and your family are surrounded by love during this difficult time. With Sympathy and Love,

 

debra bickel posted on 4/25/19

Carole & Robert I am very sorry for your loss. God Bless

 

Jeff and Carol Clemons posted on 4/25/19

Dear Father, There will never be anyone quite like you,God has truley made you an angel for all of us.

 

Chaz O’Connor posted on 4/25/19

Father Jim was a great friend who filled my heart with hope and laughter. We knew each other for over 23 years, when I first started going to Ascension at the age of 12. His loud, joyful personality and caring spirit reflected God, and made me want to stick around. Out of everyone I’ve ever met it was Father Jim who made church a warm, bright place. I love you and will remember “you are still in our midst because heaven is already around us; here; now.”

 

Kim Greene posted on 4/25/19

Our house burnt down on a Sunday in November of 1999. We had just met Father Jim that morning after church. Our 3 sons and Padre hit it off. That afternoon our house caught fire. Early evening Fr. Jim was knocking on neighbors doors looking for us. He wanted to make sure we were ok and had a place to stay. From then on, if the boys needed a job, they worked for the church. We would have dinner with him at least twice a week. Whether it was our house, his house, or a restaurant. He loved to hear the antics of the Greene boys.

 

Hope McCrickard posted on 4/25/19

Father Parke you will be so sorely missed. I want to thank you for being there for me from the minute I walked into Ascension confused and wondering where I spiritually belonged to the night of Easter vigil this year when getting ready for Mass I just wanted to wish you a happy Easter. Thank you for all the prayers for my daughter. Whenever I thought of who ‘God would listen to’ when I was in need, you were always the first to come to mind. Enjoy all the great hymns in heaven, I pray I will see you there!

 

Connor Siebels posted on 4/25/19

Incredible person he will be missed but instilled great values to me. Father Parke will never be forgotten as his spirit will live on in everyone he ever touched!

 

Don Babcock posted on 4/25/19

A swift trip home Father Parke. You have done more for us than words can ever say. You deserve all good things.

 

Jessica Berry posted on 4/25/19

I remember growing up and when I was sad Father Jim would always put a smile on my face and make my life a little more brighter. He has been with my wife and I since the beginning. I will truly miss him.

 

Debbie Miller posted on 4/25/19

Father Jim, you will always remain in the hearts of me and my children, most especially my sons Ben and Nik. You have always been a blessing. Rest in Heaven. ❤️❤️❤️ Debbie Reynolds Miller

 

 

Stacey Hugo Mansfield posted on 4/25/19

❤️

 

 

Keith Willyard, Chaplain posted on 4/25/19

Remembering you at Ascension CC and Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Va. Beach. You loved, when there was little to love - a true, loving and loyal friend to all. You always brought a bit of sunshine wherever you went. You are and will be missed!

 

Pamela and David Hence posted on 4/25/19

We know you are at peace but you will also be missed dearly. I can see that smile you always had. You were a great Father and grandfather always showing love to everyone. You will be missed.

 

Cheryl Cannon Hummer posted on 4/25/19

Father Jim, you always made time to care and to listen. By your example you led many, many souls to Christ. Thank you. Please say hello to my family and friends in Heaven.

 

Cheryl Cannon Hummer posted on 4/25/19

FatherJim, you always had time to care and to listen. By your example you led many, many souls to Christ. Say hello to my family and friends in Heaven.

 

Kelly Waters posted on 4/25/19

Father Parke, God truly blessed our path with you. Thankful for marrying Danny and I, being there for our children's baptism and mentoring our family. You were always so kind and a joy to be around. Your words of encouragement, support and amazing humor will always be remembered. Rest in peace.

 

Gretta Eubanks Barnes posted on 4/25/19

My condolences to family and his many friends. He was a kind man and a wonderful priest. His Holy Spirit charged energy and enthusiasm was infectious, and shed the light and love of God far and wide. His impish smile, laughter and selfless goodness leaves a great legacy in the Diocese of Richmond. One of the good guys, he will be greatly missed. Grant him eternal light, laughter , joy and peace.

 

Dr. Matthew Brokaw posted on 4/25/19

Over twenty years ago Fr. Parke returned to OLPH in Salem and married us. My wife was the third sister in her family he officiated. Fr. Parke’s Chicken Divine is still a family favorite in our family to this day! His love of life & the people unit was truly amazing!

 

ed burkett posted on 4/25/19

Fr Parke came to our parish Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Salem Va and immediately turned our parish from one almost dying to a vibrant one who looked to do out reach in our community. He also helped to make us financially sound. I was honored to not just know him but to serve on parish counsel with him. He had an amazing talent to not only minister to people but to remember everyone he met even if it was only for once for a brief time. One of my best stories about Fr. Parke was when he saw me one Sunday before mass and said he had not seen me the previous week. A little timidly, I said that I was tired and just didn't feel up to coming to church. I waited to hear why I should have still come. But Fr. Parke said well everyone needed an occasional day off. He was a minister, a friend, and someone I totally felt like I could say anything to.

 

Karen Jennings posted on 4/25/19

Rest In Peace, Dear Padre. You were always the example of Christ in everything.

 

Frances posted on 4/25/19

Father Jim, I will miss you very much. I loved going to mass at Ascension. You will live in my heart forever. Rest in peace Father.

 

Victoria Flynn posted on 4/25/19

Fr. Jim was a true disciple in his priesthood, his humor and joy were contagious. Rest In Peace Fr. Jim

 

John Cadell - Virginia Beach posted on 4/25/19

Padre... there are legends and there are legends. You are a truly inspirational and one-of-a-kind Priest who has been key to countless people over decades of faithful service to The Church. Having been one of those countless people to know you, love you, and always do our best for you, as you would want us to, without any fanfare whatsoever - truly, God took extra time and care in His Creation of you. Thank you Lord for Fr. Jim - may he always be that radiant light we’ve been privileged to know and love for these many years. There are so many people already in Heaven and waiting to see you, I wonder when you’ll ever get some much needed rest... there is joy in that thought for when our day comes to stand before God and be welcomed into His Arms. There is zero doubt in my retired military mind that you’ll be there in the celestial receiving line to welcome each and every one of us to our Eternal Home. Solo con Dios!! Vivat Jesus! From all of your Brother Sir Knights.

 

John Knox posted on 4/25/19

Father Parke was a kind soul to us all, always a listening ear and a gentle heart, spiritual director for several years and Master of Ceremonies for youth group masses with him where he gave great homilies with love and compassion. With his strong hugs and warm smile, he will be missed. :) <3

 

Erin Callihan posted on 4/25/19

Father Parke, you were an inspiration to us all. I am thankful to have been one of your parishioners at Ascension all those years ago. Say hi to my mom and dad for me.

 

Beth Schweitzer posted on 4/25/19

This world will not be the same without Father Jim. I am so glad that I was blessed to know such a kind person who was truly there and present for everyone around him. He wad a blessing to our family and will be deeply missed. I know so many feel a deep loss with his passing. I hope we can all continue his legacy of giving to others and providing support and empathy to those around us

 

Alan Ellinwood posted on 4/25/19

We lost a great priest and friend. He was such an inspiration to us all. I believe he did what Jesus would have done even though he got into some issues with the church. In my mind he did what was in his heart and was the best priest I have ever known. God bless him and his family.

 

 

Suzann Welker posted on 4/25/19

You example of how to be a Christian. Not by what you preached but by how you lived your life

 

 

Mary Woodley posted on 4/24/19

Father Parke was a True FRIEND AND PASTOR. HE WAS ALWAYS THERE.. RIP MY FRIEND.

 

Carlos Skinner posted on 4/24/19

Our time on earth is temporary, so we shall meet again in Heaven where there is no pain or suffering. Love you always.

 

Julia Brogdon posted on 4/24/19

You were such an integral part of our life as our pastor. When I was dealing with past abuse you were always there for me. You presided at my son Ben's Eagle scout ceremony and my youngest son Philip's first Communion and first Sacrament of Reconciliation. I hope that you will meet with my husband Dan who passed away this past October. I know you are in heaven. You ran the race well. I will miss writing to you.

 

Suzanne Bass posted on 4/24/19

Thank you for always seeing such joy in life! You're warm hugs, inviting spirit, and kind and uplifting words were the true spirit of being a Christian. Your sermons made me want to attend mass because I was left feeling elevated and loved. I hope you now feel the love of everyone you touched lifting you to be with your heavenly Father. He gained quite an angel!

 

C H posted on 4/24/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8 Condolences

 

Mary Ann & Mike Bromley posted on 4/24/19

Will miss you very much dear friend......thank you for all you did for our family.....please say hello to Colleen for us......

 

 

Monica Crowe posted on 4/24/19

Mona, Anna, Joey, Becca, and Gretchen, May Nick's love for each of you and your memories of him, comfort all of you at this time. Nick will always be remembered as our family hero. Your family loves you. Keeping you in our prayers.... Monica & Family

 

Kathleen Ramsey posted on 4/24/19

Our Heartfelt Sympathy to All the Family . Willie was a part of our Family for 29 years. He was always happy and smiling . We will miss him so much at our Family get togethers and may you all have peace in knowing that someday we will all be together again .

 

 

Eleanor Layne posted on 4/24/19

You left me with so many wonderful memories. Rest in peace my treasured friend.

 

Eddie GOSMAN, Sr posted on 4/24/19

Our deepest condolences to all the family and friends. Willie was a good friend and loved his family and his Lord, Jesus Christ. We know he is now in His presence and will join him again one day.

 

 

Linda Espinosa posted on 4/24/19

I met you when you were working at Astroworld. You were the first guy I gave my number to outside of school. We became friends and at one time pen pals. I always looked forward to get a letter, a drawing or an email from you. I'm glad you found love and happiness, you deserved it. It's been a long time since I have heard from you but thanks to social media I was able to come across that happy face of yours. Seeing so many heartfelt condolences, you have touched and changed so many lives. My deepest sympathies for your family, friends and your wife and child. Rest in peace my friend. You are definitely going to be missed.

 

Valerie Ramsey posted on 4/24/19

I miss you dearly, my beloved father...

 

Ann Walker posted on 4/23/19

Rest In Peace my dear friend!We had some fond and special family memories!You will be missed!❤️

 

Abigail Salazar posted on 4/23/19

To the family and friends of Nick Sheperty-- I am sorry for your loss. Nick will be in my prayers. I am a fellow UMD student veteran (Army) and read the sad news this morning. I did not know him personally but I know he was a man of honor. I wanted to express my condolences and to also thank him for his service. --Abigail

 

Madeline Lacey posted on 4/23/19

My heart goes out to the family in such a difficult time.

 

 

Angie posted on 4/23/19

To Ms. Debra and Mr. Graydon, please accept my condolences on the loss of your father. I pray you find comfort and strength in the days ahead.

 

Kim Novak posted on 4/23/19

I so enjoyed reconnecting with Snoopy and Aunt Thelma these last few years. He had such a big heart ... he will surely be missed. Heartfelt condolences to family and friends.

 

 

Dave Valentino posted on 4/23/19

On till meet

 

Mike and Kathie Seckler posted on 4/23/19

Dear Mona, Anna, Joey, Becca, and Gretchen. There are no words. We are just so very sorry. Our love and prayers. Mike and Kathie

 

Marie Ramos posted on 4/22/19

You lived your life fast and fierce. Most didn't know what hit them until you were gone. Love you forever, Rere

 

Dr Tom Harleman, LtCol USMC (Ret) posted on 4/22/19

Hi, Mona. George and I, fellow Marines, taught together for many years at Oscar Smith HS. My son Owen was a Marine, too, and George and I talked fondly about our sons often, early in the morning before most of the faculty and staff arrived for the day. George was truly proud of Nick, and I know you miss them both. Take care, and semper fi, Tom Harleman.

 

 

Margaret Farley posted on 4/22/19

Till memory fades and life departs you live forever in my heart

 

Kathy Holland posted on 4/22/19

Mrs. Sheperty, Just a quick note to let you know that you and your family will be in my prayers. I remember Nick as a student at Churchland Elementary. Nick also attended school and played baseball with my son, Stephen Holland and my husband coached the baseball team. I worked in the office at Churchland Elementary and got to know all 3 of your children and always enjoyed speaking with you when you would come to the office. We will continue to pray for you and the family. May the special memories of Nick carry you through this difficult time. Hugs to your family. Kathy Holland

 

Joyce Schmidle posted on 4/22/19

I think you know that after getting to know my son “Mike” over the past week what an honor and privilege he felt to share the friendship and brotherhood he had with NICK. As a mother of a Green Beret I know the sacrifices and heartache the families of these young men endure. But, if not for their service where would this country be. We are so proud. More Americans should be paying attention. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Kim Morris posted on 4/22/19

Mona, so very sorry to hear about Nick. I know how much he meant to you and your family. My prayers are with you at this time and may God bless you and your family.

 

Cheryl J Skinner, WV Patriot Guard posted on 4/22/19

May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Nicholas Quell Sheperty, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Army National Guard/ Navy Marine Veteran, Nicholas Quell Sheperty, 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 †

 

Martha posted on 4/22/19

Jess, so sorry for your loss. May your memories comfort you.

 

Robert Stambaugh posted on 4/21/19

I came across Nicholas’s obituary while reading the paper this morning. I also served in the Marines and in the Special Operations community. While I did not know him personally, I am certain he was a man of courage and integrity. I wanted to pay my respects as a fellow warrior, and thank him and his family for his selfless service to our great country. I am sorry for your loss and I thank you for allowing him to serve. Respect. Semper Fi

 

Janet Petersen McDonald posted on 4/21/19

Mona, Gretchen and family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. You will all be in my prayers.

 

Val Wilson posted on 4/21/19

Cousin Phillip, All of us will have a good reunion on the other side Health and happiness to all.

 

Ray and Robin posted on 4/21/19

Ray is so lost for words right now. Ray and Eddie grew up in the same neighborhood together and made so many memories there. Then Delores married Eddie and I married Ray. They had years of hunting and fishing together and Ray cherishes those memories. While you Delores and I were left home with the kids. The memories the kids, you and I made are priceless. Daniel, Jess, Amber and Matt were more like brothers and sisters because of all the time we all spent together. Eddie was always there for us, no matter what it was, fixing our cars, helping built something, helping me out when someone was pounding on my door at 2am and Ray was at work. Eddie loved being surrounded by people. He had more friends than anyone I know. He was proud of his trophy deer and the big bass he would catch. But most of all he was proud of his family. He was more like a brother than a brother in law. We will sure miss the good times together. RIP Eddie, I am sure your are looking for the perfect fishing hole about now and dragging your buddy Tony and your cousins with you. Delores, Daniel , Jess, we are only a phone call away and you know we will be there for all of you. Love you guys.

 

Peggy Bryan posted on 4/21/19

Jess, i am so very sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. You and your family are in my thoughts.

 

The Lee Family posted on 4/21/19

We are so sorry for your loss!! The whole family is in our thoughts and prayers!! We love you guys!!! Xoxoxo

 

Aubrey Priddy, Jr. posted on 4/20/19

Sorry to hear about Eddie's passing. He was a great friend and I know he loved all people he ran into. He will be missed by many. Prayers to the family.

 

Myriam Correa posted on 4/20/19

So sorry for your loss. May God give the family strength in a moment so hard as these. She will be in your hearts for ever.

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 4/20/19

To Ms. Mona, Anna, Joe, Gretchen and Becca, I am so very sorry for your loss. I am honored to have met and be able to serve you. Please accept my heartfelt condolences.

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 4/20/19

Ms. Delores, Jessica, Daniel and the rest of the family, please accept my heartfelt condolences on the loss of Mr. Eddie. I’m praying for your comfort and peace at this time.

 

Jon &Sandi McNelly posted on 4/20/19

Devoted husband, dedicated father, loving grandpa, and the best friend a man can ask for. So many stories(good and not so good) I can write a book. Always helping out when he can. He is going to be sorely missed.

 

 

Sylvia, Ed, Michael, Godwin posted on 4/20/19

I'll never forget Eddie coming to pick up Daniel and Jessica after work, he was always smiling. He gave me recipes for cooking deer. One day he brought me a big pot of crabs to cook. A couple jumped out and was running around my kitchen floor, I finally got them washed and back in the pot with the rest. I think it was Jessica and Meredith, another little girl I kept didn't know what to think of me running around after the crabs HAHA. They were so good my favorite. He was a great husband and father. One day my son Michael got lost in the woods hunting with my brother Billy, Eddie headed up a hunt around the neighborhood to find Michael. Back of Steve King's property. My brother said he couldn't come back to my home without Michael. They found him feet frozen and brought him out. Eddie was always cooking for the kids and my son, Michael too enjoyed the deer and all the meat he would cook for them. He was a very nice man and good friend to all.

 

CH posted on 4/20/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8 Condolences

 

Marcella Williams and family posted on 4/20/19

Keeping the family in prayer as they navigate these difficult days.

 

Faye & Bob Medlin posted on 4/20/19

We are so sorry for your loss- of both a great husband and father.

 

Rachel posted on 4/20/19

Eddie was the best ‘neighbor dad’ I could’ve asked for. He was funny and kind and definitely patient considering all of the dumb things we kids used to do. I remember my cousin and I being alone at my house and we decided to take my brother’s car keys and go forward and reverse repeatedly in the dirveway probably around 13 years old. I could see Eddie looking at us from his driveway but I never got in trouble so thanks for not telling on me, Eddie! I have so many great memories that make me laugh thinking about him. Blessed to have known him and we love you Delores, Daniel and Jess.

 

 

Scott and Mary Westbrook posted on 4/20/19

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

 

Connie Engleman posted on 4/19/19

Sorry for your loss prayers for the whole family

 

Willis Family posted on 4/19/19

Sorry for your loss

 

Karen Beikirch posted on 4/19/19

My Cousin Billy you know I have loved you since I was a little girl visiting Virginia in the summers. In my heart you held a very special place. You join your mom, Dad and many others where you will be with Jesus forever. I pray for Brian, Bill's family and friends will receive the comfort of our loving God

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 4/19/19

To Ms. Diane you have my heartfelt condolences on the loss of Ms. Nanette. I pray your strength in the days, weeks and months ahead of you. Please know that I'm here if you need me.

 

Kelly posted on 4/19/19

So sorry for your loss Leah & your dad.

 

Kerstin & Dwayne posted on 4/19/19

We are so sorry for your loss.

 

 

Jessica Santos Hendricks posted on 4/19/19

“Beep beep, who got the keys to the Jeep? Vroom! I’m driving to the beach, top down, loud sounds, see my peeps Give them pounds, now look who it be(who it be) It be me me me and Timothy(me, me). Our beach days were always jumpin. Couldn’t get a enough sum. From our crazy days at your pool to till our feet and arms were sore. Forever in our ♥️ Rest now Erinn Clements Love, Jessica Your girl from the block!

 

Fr. Mark Hyde, sdb posted on 4/18/19

With deep appreciation and gratitude to Doris for her faithful support of Salesian Missions and for the families request that memorial donations in her honor be sent to Salesian Missions. Salesian Missions supports the work of Salesian missionaries in over 130 countries around the globe giving hope and help to the world's most desperate and needy. Be assured of our prayers and those of the families and children served by the Salesians around the world. At this time, may our God of comfort bring consolation to all those who mourn Doris' passing into eternal life. Fr. Mark, Salesians, and Staff of Salesian Missions, New Rochelle, NY

 

Kay Yelton posted on 4/18/19

Donnie and Kay Yelton

 

Shirlean W.McCaskill posted on 4/18/19

Tink.. My Cousin / Brother...My heart is very heavy !! I have a lifetime of memories to remember. Our Heavenly Father sees our tears and hears our prayers for peace & comfort ..He will provide comfort for all of us !! Until we meet again ! Tink I will forever love you and remember your Smile ⚘

 

Emmerleigh T. Carter posted on 4/18/19

To the family and friends of Miss E that was my nickname I gave her lol. My son's grandmother will be missed dearly by many. Not only was she my co worker for many years at Farm Fresh, she was my friend. My sincere condolences to you all. God bless.

 

Schnell Jefferson posted on 4/18/19

The class of '78 is so terribly saddened by the passing of our classmate, Carlton. He was such a kind and cheerful person all through elementary and high school years. We pray that God will grant you the serenity and peace that you need to get through this. To the family stay strong and know that you are remembered in our prayers. Gates County High School Class of 1978

 

 

Audrey Clark posted on 4/18/19

Tiana I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. I am praying for you and your family.

 

Mattie Briscoe posted on 4/17/19

Will always remember your wonderful caring heart you had for your family

 

Lisa Smith posted on 4/17/19

I'm sorry for our loss U kept me safe when I needed to be safe I will miss you my friend! R.I.P now Wes!

 

Ted Maroulis posted on 4/17/19

Dear Randy and family, Maria and I are sorry for the passing of your beloved mother, may she rest in peace in the bosom of Abraham and may her memory be eternal.

 

Rita C Stith posted on 4/17/19

You will be missed uncle Danny! RIP

 

Sylvia Pritchett posted on 4/17/19

I remember a very loving and caring man, who will be missed. Who has ended one journey and another one has begun.

 

Marie Ibitayo posted on 4/17/19

To my Daughter N Law and the rest of the family I send my prayers condolences and love your way Our God is Mighty and make no mistakes Love You All God Knew Best

 

Swag posted on 4/17/19

Rest In Peace old friend! Enjoyed seeing you last year, when you stole my bingo card and won with it, LOL!! Lots of memories of flying around the old skating rink! vaya con Dios

 

 

Marilyn Holden posted on 4/17/19

DEEPEST CONDOLENCES ....

 

 

Marilyn Holden posted on 4/17/19

DEEPEST CONDOLENCES ...

 

 

Patricia Rogers posted on 4/17/19

Snoopy you will be greatly missed. Our prayers are with you we love and miss you the. Rogers family

 

Michelle and Mark Salerno posted on 4/17/19

From little girls to grown up women I looked forward to every opportunity to spend time with Patty, her sisters and my wonderful Uncle Sonny and Aunt Irene. Patty will always hold a special place in our memories for her laugh, terrific sense of humor, her warm heart and soft loving nature. We already miss you and love you forever! Our deepest sympathies and prayers to U Sonny, A Irene, Ralph, and my cousins. All our love, Michelle & Mark Gabrielle &Dalton

 

Jimmy Ellison posted on 4/17/19

R. I. P. Snoopy

 

Jimmy Ellison posted on 4/17/19

He was always there for you. When you needed help he would take the time to help. You will be missed my special friend. R. I. P. Snoopy

 

Catherine Cavanaugh posted on 4/17/19

Wish we could have saved you. So many good memories. Rest In Peace.

 

Tony & Kathy Giddens posted on 4/17/19

We are sorry for your loss.

 

Larry J Hubbard posted on 4/16/19

We will miss you cousin. When we seen you last week as sick as you were you still made us laugh. We Love You.

 

Jill Prentice posted on 4/16/19

RIP Snoopy, fly high. Sending prayers to the family.

 

Terri Stone posted on 4/16/19

R.I.P. MY FRIEND.

 

Jimbo Ward posted on 4/16/19

Dang Billy, very long time no see and I'm so sad to see another of the Godfrey clan pass on. RIP---If Eddie or any of our other cousins see this post please contact me .

 

Jantel Andrews posted on 4/16/19

RIP... loving prayers for family and friends.

 

Patti Allan posted on 4/16/19

My love & prayers to everyone have so many memories spending summers with you & the family with Grandma Felvus! Aunt Thelma & you and your brother being my second family in the summers! RIP and love to everyone in heaven!

 

Debra Shaughnessy posted on 4/16/19

Rip Snoopy until we meet again. Cousin Debbie and Butch

 

 

Mary Bush posted on 4/15/19

Snoopy may you RIP you have been taken to soon, you were always good to me and you always made everyone's day better. You will be missed, I've always loved you and always will you will forever be in my heart and never forgotten. I know that you and my brother Brian are having a blast in heaven.

 

Joseph & Joan Lust posted on 4/15/19

Gloria, We just heard of Mel’s passing ! Our hearts & understandings are with you & the family . Mel’s outlook and love for others will always be cherished. Joanie & Joe

 

Susan Clark posted on 4/15/19

My cousin Bill you will dearly be missed.I love and may God take you with open arms Your cousin Sue

 

Sue posted on 4/15/19

I’m so lost and blown away at the sametime. What I’m going to do now?? I know not to ask God why but this so crazy. Only the good die young but we had a lot of craziness left. Never forget bicycling to Envy and back losing my flip flop and finding it the next day. Lord knows we laugh and laughed hard. So if some of best “ideas” happen to come from hanging out with a few drinks and front porch in the summer. You had a heart gold and would give the shirt off your back or your last bit of food to help anyone. Always had a smile on your face..I’ll miss your smile. And telling shut up Blanch..So many great times that I’ll cherish forever. You’ll always be in my heart. ♥️

 

Theresa Collins vest posted on 4/15/19

R.I.P. Snoopy you will be missed by all of your friends from Southside we love and going to miss you but we all know that you are in a better place know more pain and suffering stupid cancer.

 

Annette Bragg posted on 4/15/19

I met Snoopy many years ago. He loved life and everyone. His door was always open. He always had a smile on his face. I remember my husband, daughter, and I spending the weekend singing Karoke.

 

 

Brenda Henry posted on 4/15/19

We only met Snoopy one time at our daughter's wedding but what a sweet person he was. RIP Snoop, you will be missed.

 

 

Kathy Lawson ( Kat) posted on 4/15/19

We all will miss Snoopy But he is in a better place.

 

 

David R Wilson posted on 4/15/19

Rest in peace and in the arms of Eternity Snoopy. We will miss you but please know that we are grateful for the journey shared and all the good times along the way.

 

Donna Prince posted on 4/15/19

The sweetest and most loving friend Ive ever known. I will never forget all the weekends spent at the beach with you and Dorset. The flea markets and singing karoke will never be the same. You were always at my house helping me do something from tearing dow walls, digging pathways and yardwork but when you put Christmas lights on my house to surprise me when I flew home from Fla, I know I had found a treasure. Rest peacefully in Gods arms and enjoy the life you deserve. You have paid it forward so many times, its your turn to reap the benefits. I Love You and cherish your memory.

 

Becky posted on 4/15/19

You were always my favorite cousin, so full of life and so much fun. I know ur in a better place now and having one hell of a party. Until we meet again snoopy. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

 

Lisa Hughson posted on 4/15/19

RIP SNOOPY!!!!!

 

Lisa Hughson posted on 4/15/19

RIP SNOOPY!!!!!!!

 

Brenda Dority posted on 4/14/19

RIP Snoopy....My prayers to all friends and family at this time. He will be missed.

 

Rhonda aldred "Rhonda runt" posted on 4/14/19

Snoopy we one of a kind and he was a true friend we had allot of great memories together laughter and jokes he will always be in my heart love you so much and forever snoopy rest in peace my best friend

 

Leslie Slayton posted on 4/14/19

Even though I only knew you as a kid, you still made a profound statement in my childhood, Snoopy. I remembered you were always happy and there for those in need. My family and I had it rough and I remember he always tried to encourage a good time. Rest In Peace. You will be missed.

 

Joan beavans posted on 4/14/19

Snoopy I love you so very much,you was after friend of my we had goog times together we laugh and we cry we knew each other since the 1970s I will miss you deerly, (RIP) my beloved friend the lord has taken you to his kingdom, love you forever, sending prayers ♥️

 

 

Sandra felvus posted on 4/14/19

We loved you. Rip

 

Betty Hubbard posted on 4/14/19

Snoopy was 1 of a kind if you were sad ,upset or matter some way he would make you smile .He loved his family and more important he said he knew. Jesus as his Saviour Praise the Lord .I will miss him but will alway stay in my heart and thought s God has another Angel around his throne

 

Vickie Ryder Anderson posted on 4/14/19

My heart is broken , For the loss of such a sweet person , The best Brother-In-Law ever! So glad We got to spend the day together the last time I was in Virginia! My thoughts are with all the family !

 

Susan Fondrk-Austin posted on 4/14/19

Oh the fun we had back in the day! Rest in peace my friend. Condolences to your family.

 

C H posted on 4/14/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8 Condolences

 

Elaine posted on 4/14/19

My deepest condolences to the Family on the lost of your dear loved one may God who binds up the broken hearted and comforts all who mourn strengthen you and give you peace in your time of sorrow (Isa 61:1,2)

 

 

Shelby Hughes Madison posted on 4/14/19

We will always cherish the fun times we had. Always looked forward to your coming to Grandma Hughes's house so we could see you. Norfolk seemed many miles away when we were young. We will surely miss you Big Patty.

 

John Monroe Smith posted on 4/13/19

J.B. and Family: We understand this "Rememberance" is time-late, and deeply regret we were unable to "Be There" with and for you during those hardest days! Today; Kay's Birthday, was "Bitter-Sweet" in that we would learn about Kay's Passing while announcing success of Miss Jenny's cancer operation last week. At the same time, we were so happy to learn of Kay's final days spent in "Magnolia Manor under Family Care! With deepest condolences; Hawk & Miss Jenny

 

John Smith posted on 4/13/19

J. Monroe Smith and Virginia H. Smith

 

Jennifer Harris posted on 4/13/19

Sylvia was my preceptor when I was a new grad LPN in 1983. She taught me well and was a cherished coworker. truly an angel here on Earth!

 

CH posted on 4/13/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8 Condolences

 

Deborah Martin posted on 4/13/19

Debbie , please accept our dearest and deepest condolences on the lose of your mom. We lift up prayers of comfort and peace for you and your family during this time. From your Urology family @ Naval Medical Center Portsmouth

 

Sheri Koester posted on 4/12/19

I am so very sorry for your loss, hugs to you and Luke

 

Rebecca Flowers posted on 4/12/19

I am so sad to hear about Carlos' passing. He was such an amazing friend and Sailor. He will be greatly missed and hopefully we will meet again someday.

 

Jay Forsythe posted on 4/12/19

Carlos you were a great friend and coworker at Lowe's. My prayers go out to you and your family that you loved so much. rest in peace

 

Susanna Wallace posted on 4/12/19

My deepest condolences. May happy memories somehow help you through this tragic time.

 

William & Ashlie Reed posted on 4/12/19

You were a great neighbor and an amazing co-worker. I will miss your quirky attitude with your PB&j wallet you always carried around. I was bless to have even met you and pray God will comfort your family during this sad time.

 

Kyrah Copeland posted on 4/11/19

AG1 you were truly one of the good guys. Thanks for being a beautiful and making watch bearable and refereeing dodgeball tourneys with your junior sailors. You will be missed!!

 

Cortni Alexander posted on 4/11/19

AG1, thank you for making my time at fleet weather center Norfolk, memorable and meaningful. Some of those 12 hour watches became doable ONLY because of the potlucks and dodgeball games we had to offset the work. You were an amazing soul and a wonderful person, i am blessed to have had to honor of calling you my shipmate and friend.

 

 

Michelle posted on 4/11/19

Gonzo was the life of the watch-floor and put a smile on so many faces. His morale was always top tier and did so much for so many. He will be missed by so many. We will miss you AG1 “Fun Boss” Gonzalez.

 

 

Katrina Gay posted on 4/11/19

Rest in paradise my friend ...

 

Debbie Bullis posted on 4/11/19

Carlos was such a wonderful young man. He served with my daughter in Djaboti. He was such a fun person to be around. He will be dearly missed.

 

 

Debbie Bullis posted on 4/11/19

Carlos was such a great person. He served with my daughter in djaboti. I had the opportunity to meet him and Catie and Luke. He will be dearly missed.

 

 

Greg & Denise Emerson posted on 4/11/19

Carlos and his wonderful family lived next door to us on Willow View St. In La Porte Texas from the the time they where just youngins until grown adult wonderful Handsome man and beautiful woman. They where always perfect neighbors and excellent children, always a pleasure watching little Carlos chashing his sister Bonnie around their house, always right behind her, and she loved it. Our hearts are just broken into pieces, and many prayers go to his beautiful wife and stepson, and his awesome Mother and Father, sister Bonnie, Ronnie and the perfect girls. We will love and miss you Carlos Jr. For life ever after.

 

Monica posted on 4/11/19

I remember the holiday party. You guys had one of the best costumes in the party. He was a great person and mentor.

 

ashleylynn perdew posted on 4/11/19

i’m sorry for the loss of your lovely wife. i did not know. ledia was a such a wonderful lady. she will be missed. if you need anything please let us know. your neighbors at 3105 woodbaugh.

 

 

Freddy & Cherish Crossman posted on 4/11/19

All our memories are full of laughter and love.

 

Rose Byrne posted on 4/10/19

Barney is my father. I say is rather than was because both of us are Catholic and believe in eternal life. I will miss him, but am consoled by the idea that we will meet again in Heaven.

 

Ali posted on 4/10/19

Heartfelt condolences to you and your family regarding the loss of your dear relative. It is encouraging to know that in the very near future God's promises will be fulfilled. (1 Cor. 15:26, Hosea 13:14) Sincerely,

 

Carolyn and Randy Casey posted on 4/9/19

My condolences to such a wonderful family!!! I will always love and miss you my dear friend...To the Collins family...Thank you for letting us be part of your extended family for many years...We feel so blessed in knowing all of you!!! Fly high Tweety-Bird!!

 

 

Tina Faino posted on 4/8/19

My Deepest Condolences CJ and girls my heart is sad for losing such a wonderful man, husband, father and friend. He will be deeply missed by so many. I’m glad I had the chance to know you all and spend time with you and the family. I had a great time. He was such a character in life and loved his family with all his heart and soul.

 

Derrion Bennett, Tau ‘19 posted on 4/8/19

Sorry for your loss, brother! If there’s anything you need, we got you.

 

C H posted on 4/8/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever. Isaiah 25:8 Condolences

 

Ann Fitzgerald posted on 4/8/19

With a heavy Heart, my sympathy goes out to you Donnie & Barbara,

 

Linda Keenan posted on 4/8/19

Ron was more like a brother to me than my own. He had the biggest heart. Helped others when he could and took it all in stride. I don’t remember him really every being upset. I remember the first time I met him at a Keenan brother initiation of me, the new girl to the family. He loved and enjoyed life and his family. I remember when my girls were young and even when they were grown, they couldn’t wait for his breakfasts and special pancakes. We all knew what to do with the dishes and how to crush his beer cans. Now he’s with his brothers and Steven watching over us. I loved him very much, more than I can say and will miss you always. Love, Linda

 

James R. "Mack" McMillen MCPO USN (Ret) posted on 4/7/19

As you RIP in Jesus' arms, may God grant your family the Peace that only He can grant in this their time of mourning. Fair Winds and Following Seas until we meet again on the other side Master Chief.

 

 

Khiem Tran, Delta Upsilon, 2014 posted on 4/7/19

Thoughts and prayers for you and your family, Nick. Much love from Phi Kappa Sigma.

 

 

Adam Stevenson posted on 4/7/19

Sorry for your loss brother +LT

 

Jeffrey Todd Williams posted on 4/7/19

May you rest in peace and hope to see you again in heaven my old friend!

 

Almira Rogers posted on 4/7/19

Jane my heartfelt sympathy may Collin's soul rest in peace and light perpetual shine.

 

Raining Francis-Blake posted on 4/7/19

Jane and family, my heartfelt sympathy on the passing of dear Colin. Trust it will comfort you to know that God only takes the best. May his dear soul rest in eternal peace. You are all in my prayers.

 

Susan Music posted on 4/7/19

My heartfelt prayers are with you both Anita and Scott. I am so blessed for having known, loved and been loved by Andrea. What a full life she lived with grace, faith and adventure. Her wisdom and wit will be with me the rest of my life. May the memories of love be of some comfort to you completed by the peace and comfort only God can provide. Thank you for the thoughtful service today and for sharing her with us.

 

Jeffrey posted on 4/7/19

Can't believe you are gone. It all happened so fast. We "Like" you! You will forever be in our hearts! Love you Papap!

 

Kathi posted on 4/7/19

Thank you Barb and Mike for your friendship, he would have loved you for your friendship, as do I!!

 

Hilda and John Schwab posted on 4/6/19

Judy we miss you so much already! We are looking forward to meeting at The Masters feet. No holidays or occasion, just the purest form of love and respect for one another. Until that glorious day, we keep you and the family foremost in our hearts!

 

Hilda and John Schwab posted on 4/6/19

Judy, we miss you so much already. I am looking forward to that great day when we all gather for the next celebration. No birthdays, anneverseries, hollidays: nothing but love and fellowship in the purest form at the feet of The Master! Until then, we will keep you and the family in the forefront of our hearts!

 

Willie and Katie Collins posted on 4/6/19

Please accept our heartfelt condolences

 

Sabina posted on 4/6/19

My heartfelt condolences go out to you and your family. We will surely miss the presence of a truly lovable and kind person. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Lee and Bonnie Startt posted on 4/6/19

We have truly been grateful for the gift of friendship we were given over the years from Agatha. She was always so kind and loving. Our Freddie dog adored her and loved her too. We will truly miss her loving kindness. Our blessings and prayers are sent to her family. May the good memories soon outweigh the sadness of your loss.

 

Michael Tompkins posted on 4/6/19

im sorry to hear of virginias passing. Maryanne, all those summers i spent in NC with her, you, and nana was some of the best years of my life. I hope you are doing well Maryanne and im truely sorry for your loss.

 

 

Jen posted on 4/6/19

Continued thoughts and prayer!

 

Shawn Quigley and family posted on 4/6/19

Thoughts and prayers to you and your family during this time of need. God Bless

 

Kimberly Edwards posted on 4/6/19

I know how much your Mom meant to you and how much you will cherish the wonderful memories you have with her, Sherri! I loved the video-what’s beautiful lady and family! Love you, Sherri!

 

 

Stacey Wolcott Wyatt posted on 4/6/19

Ashley you are a beautiful soul you will forever be in my heart. I will now think of the wonderful memories we shared together. I love you and as you would say I love you baby doll

 

 

Stacey Wolcott Wyatt posted on 4/6/19

Ashley you’re such a beautiful soul you will forever be in my heart. I will now think of the wonderful times we had together and forever be grateful for the time we had. I love you and as you would say I love you baby doll

 

Robert Reynolds posted on 4/6/19

Tim loved life, when he worked for me at Firestone on Park Ave I had a small Honda I would ride to work and he would pass me on Mendenhall a hundred miles an hour, of course riding a wheelee

 

Amy Capozzi posted on 4/6/19

Sherri- I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Hollie and CoCo Blais posted on 4/5/19

Such a loss. What a great man. My heart is with you. I can only say I am sorry for your loss. Tamara, I am here for you and your entire family.

 

 

Dad posted on 4/5/19

I miss you son

 

 

Dad posted on 4/5/19

I love you son

 

PT Waterman posted on 4/5/19

Will miss the visits in the swing just talking about old times. Absent from the body present with the Lord

 

 

Connie Rodenbeck posted on 4/5/19

Andrea was an amazing mentor and friend. She was someone you could talk to for hours and laugh with till your ribs hurt. I hope that in addition to all the people she is hugging and laughing with in Heaven,. God has also made sure her beloved white German Shepherd, Bear, is also at her side. When I get there I hope we still have our thousand years of talking.

 

Bill and Linda Treadwell posted on 4/5/19

Our sincere sympathy to the Collins family. Please take one day at a time and cherish every memory.

 

Woody Evans posted on 4/5/19

Tim was one of the coolest people that I've met since I've been in this area! We always had fun at the cookouts, at Chicho's, Ocean 27, or wherever we were. He's definitely going to be missed and my condolences goes out to the family!

 

 

Lisa Phalen posted on 4/5/19

I was shocked and saddened to hear of Ashley's passing. I remember Ashely from the Friends school where my son attended and I taught for several years. She later found me on facebook, and it was a pleasure to see her embrace life as a wife and mother. I greatly admired her advocacy and support for her son. I remember her strength, independence and how hard she worked for all of her accomplishments. Heartfelt condolences to Ashley's family and friends. She was a truly remarkable person.

 

Martin Kemp posted on 4/5/19

God's blessings to all of you.

 

Jennifer (Gordon) Harrington posted on 4/5/19

Lloyd was a wonderful mentor and friend who I will greatly miss. He had a genuine way of making me feel welcome from the moment I arrived on my first day of work as a new college grad many years ago. Lloyd always offered an ear to listen no matter how busy his schedule and always had some sound advice or an anecdotal story to help guide me on my way over the years. His kindness and warmth will never be forgotten. Sending my deepest sympathy to his family and friends.

 

Barbara Tatum-keenan posted on 4/5/19

I am missing you so much. You left us too soon You will be missed. Love you

 

Margaret and David French posted on 4/5/19

My heart is broken...such a good friend-you will be missed beyond words, Judy...prayers and love to Allen...

 

Barbara Noe and family posted on 4/5/19

will never forget Tim knew him since he was a child dancing ..one time with my daughter hope as they were close as kids...he will greatly be remembered ...and was always the sweetest ...love u Tim ..u will be missed by many

 

Cindy Arneson posted on 4/5/19

Christina, My thoughts and prayers are lifted for you at this time. May you and your precious family feel the peace of our Lord and may his presence be with you and carry you through all this.

 

 

judy fenn posted on 4/5/19

im crushed. ur like a combination of my mom and dad. we got so close. i am so blessed. until we meet again. i love u.

 

Sarah Martin posted on 4/5/19

Tim was a funny guy; enjoyed having JROTC with him in high school. RIP Tim!

 

Scott Parish posted on 4/5/19

I saw the love in Tim's eyes for their children and his wife. I respected his hard work ethic, his dedication to provide for his family and his loyalty to his friends. It is a great loss at the passing of such a man as Tim. May he rest in peace and forever be remembered for his love and strength. I love you, CJ. I'm here for whatever you may need.

 

Megan posted on 4/5/19

Uncle Ron, I am so heartbroken and still in shock. You meant so much to me. I will miss your crazy sense of humor and those amazing baby pancakes you always made for me. Give my Dad a big hug for me. Until we meet again. ❤️❤️

 

Ginger Christian posted on 4/5/19

My heart goes out to you CJ and the girls. May god be with you during this time.. and Tim spread his wings and fly with Lord as you all have a new angel to watch over you.

 

 

Kelly Cruz posted on 4/5/19

Tim was such a generous and caring friend. I remember sharing many laughs with him and Christina and seeing how loved he was by his family and friends. He will be greatly missed by many people. Rest peacefully Tim. ❤️

 

Tammey mears and family posted on 4/5/19

Ron was an amazing man he was always so happy always had a smile on his face .. he will forever be loved and missed !!!!!! we love you !!!!

 

Anna posted on 4/5/19

I still cannot believe that you are gone Papap, none of us were ready. I know that I’ll see you and Steven again one day but that doesn’t make it any easier. We were the best and that is exactly how you will be remembered. Calie and I love and miss you so much!

 

Ronald D Keenan Jr posted on 4/5/19

Even if life’s path changes along the way and one passes away  distance and time can never change the bond between a loved one,that special friendship in each others heart is there to stay...Love You Dad

 

 

Joanne Lisa Keenan posted on 4/5/19

Our time together

 

Barb and Mike Moseler posted on 4/5/19

Needless to say the news of Terry’s passing was a shock to us. Terry was the Chaplain at Kempsville Lodge when I affiliated. We went through Scotish Rite and in to Shrine together and became Motor Corps members together. We some great times together but lost touch when he moved to the Charlotte area. We had recenly re-connected online after he returned to Virginia however we were in Florida! So sorry for his loss and our prayers are with Kathi, Chase and Christy. May you be at peace my brother.

 

Joanne Lisa Keenan posted on 4/5/19

I love you and miss you. You held the family together, and we will never be the same. You will always be in our hearts.

 

Jim Shaw posted on 4/5/19

Fond memories of Agatha, my Holy Trinity High School classmate. When she was supervising the administration of flu shots and saw me, she said " I'll shoot him".

 

 

Noresa cordero posted on 4/5/19

She was a amazing crossing guard she truly cared about her kids and her corner

 

 

Rebecca Day posted on 4/5/19

I love you Aunt Judy

 

Sharyn Starling Hughes posted on 4/5/19

Aunt Kitten {and Terry and Caiah} send love and condolences for the loss of Collin. I have fond memories of Collin from a little boy when I babysat him and his brothers and sister to an adult with a gentle and thoughtful spirit. We will see Collin in the resurrection {John 5:28} in paradise on earth {Psalm 37:11} Collin will be so excited to see all of his family there when he is awakened! May Jehovah be with all of us during this difficult time.

 

Tina Joyner posted on 4/5/19

She used to cross me and my sister for many years for school at Sherwood Forest elm

 

Ann Kelly posted on 4/5/19

Gloria, May you find comfort with family and friends. We miss you at Silver Sneakers class...you are the best.

 

Deborah Corbett Martin posted on 4/5/19

Judy you will be deeply missed by your family and friends. You had a way of lighting up the room and a contagious laugh. I will be praying for Allen, Donnie, Paul and their wives. I will also be praying for all the extended family members. Your love will live on through them!

 

Charles Williamson posted on 4/4/19

Judy you will sorely missed, I know GOD needed you more than we did, he is in control, may you comfort your family with your loving spirit and watch over them and guide them thru there time of sorrow, miss you Judy.....

 

Regina Williams posted on 4/4/19

My heartfelt sympathy to Judy's family and all who loved her. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Julie Leal-Ross and Darrell Ellis posted on 4/4/19

Dear Scott and Anita - Our deepest sympathy on the loss of Andrea. Having had the pleasure of meeting and enjoying her company was definitely a wonderful memory we will cherish. Continued prayers to you and your family and may her soul rest in peace.

 

Mary Barbee posted on 4/4/19

Lloyd, you will be greatly missed. You were definitely were one of the kindest & caring people I have ever met. I will miss you story telling, your kindness to Marlene as you gave her the remote every night after you watched your sports for a while & said "hon, it's your turn to watch what you want" & of course, I will miss your steaks. No one could grill a steak like Lloyd Brantley. If you hear someone laughing down here, know that it's just Marlene & I eating broccoli & remembering how she would put that tiny piece on your plate, saying that you had to have something green. Good memories..

 

Michael Warlikowski posted on 4/4/19

Lloyd was always such a gentle soul. He was enchanting to speak with and he always had the ability to make you feel @ home. He was genuine and caring. He was part of a fine family and whenever you were with them you were in the company of some fine folks. I will miss you my friend. Warm thoughts and big hugs to allof you.

 

 

Emily(Day)Dulaney posted on 4/4/19

I will always remember the family vacations to your house and playing in the pool. I love you Aunt Judy!

 

Rob and Ellen Reibold posted on 4/4/19

You have our deepest sympathies. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Joan Buckley posted on 4/4/19

Lloyd you will be missed by all. You were such a caring person, always made everyone feel comfortable and at home. You and Marlene were good friends to me. Marlene, you have such wonderful memories and I hope you will lean on those memories everyday. God bless you and your family. Love to all, Joan

 

Jamyce Freeman posted on 4/4/19

Deepest condolences and prayers. May the peace of God cover and keep you.

 

 

Jamyce Freeman posted on 4/4/19

Ms. Andrea was truly a woman after God's own heart. She was full of love, compassion and concern for others. I loved making her healthy meals to eat and spending time with her. She was so full of wisdom, humor and kindness. My heart and prayers go out to the entire family. My the peace of God cover and keep you. Rest in Heaven Ms. Andrea.

 

Ron Kemp posted on 4/4/19

Butch was a good friend, an excellent cousin, especially when I was the new kid coming into Virginia Beach. Blessings to the entire family.

 

Phyllis & Daryl Holland posted on 4/4/19

Yesterday we were honored to have attended Mr.Siegel's funeral at Temple Israel. We were very moved by the reflections of his friend of 57 years, his daughter, & the Rabbi. What a kind, generous, thoughtful person Mr.Siegel was! His love of family & friends was quite apparent in the shared comments. How devoted he, family, & friends were to one another! Mr. Siegel was blest with what is important in life. Hopefully his family can take comfort in knowing they were treasures to one another.

 

Peppi Bonocore posted on 4/4/19

We had so many great times together. Whether it was cooking out, playing cards (he never could win Grandma's Game!), or just discussing the day's events, Terry was an ease to converse with. It's hard to believe that we had been friends for 20+ years! From the first car he bought from me in the late 90's, to the eventual meeting of our families, Terry's loss leaves a huge hole in our lives. Saying he will be sorely missed is a huge understatement. That's the tough thing about the car business... you have many acquaintances you call friends, but you only have a few real friends. Those friends are like family, they become your family. I have truly lost a brother. I pray you rest in peace Terry Whitehurst.

 

Michelle posted on 4/4/19

My heartfelt condolences to the Brantley family. I am truly sorry for your loss. May your family continue to feel comforted by the love and support of your family and friends. (Proverbs 17:17) With deepest sympathy, Michelle

 

Michelle posted on 4/4/19

My heartfelt condolences to the Harkness family. I am truly sorry for your loss. May the Hearer of prayer comfort and strengthen your family. (Psalm 65:2) With deepest sympathy, Michelle

 

Michelle posted on 4/4/19

My heartfelt condolences to the Hughes family. I am truly sorry for your loss. May God be your strength during this difficult time. (Psalm 18:6) With deepest sympathy, Michelle

 

Eddie Abrams posted on 4/4/19

Lloyd was always a great person. I worked along side him at Vansant & Gusler many years ago.

 

Rhonda Sanders posted on 4/4/19

Lloyd was a wonderful man. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. May God bless you and give you strength.

 

Jim & Linda King posted on 4/4/19

We are so sorry for your loss and will miss him terribly. We will always hold those cherished memories of our dinners together and hanging out at our house and always talking business which was an ongoing joke with Kathi and I . But that was Terry and really we wouldn’t have had it any other way. So many wonderful memories together is all we could really want and we certainly have that. Terry was one of a kind which was his specialty. That’s what made terry who he was. Rest in peace TERRY WHITEHURST.

 

Emily Washington posted on 4/4/19

Lloyd was a wonderful, caring and kind person. Marlene, I hope you will find peace after many good years with this good man.

 

Emily Washington posted on 4/4/19

What a wonderful person Lloyd was. He was gifted, honest and caring to all who knew him. Marlene I wish you love and peace. Sorry I can't attend the service as I will be at a service in Norfolk for another old friend. Emily Washington

 

 

Sharon Lane posted on 4/4/19

You will forever be in my heart. Your voice was so caring and comforting and I loved to hear your laughter. I was blessed to have you as a brother. You are truly missed and forever loved.

 

 

Brenda Short posted on 4/4/19

He was such a sweet and wonderful brother. Loved our talks. He will be greatly missed. Love you forever. Until we meet again.

 

 

Angie Barnes posted on 4/4/19

Remember aunt Nancy playing cards just about every Friday with mom and dad and Carolina and kenny. Also swimming in swimming pool. There were so many good memories.

 

Angela Estes posted on 4/4/19

I am so sorry for your families loss. I will pray for peace and comfort for those left behind.

 

 

Daisye Hughes Plisch posted on 4/3/19

The Hughes Family will truly miss you.Our childhood memories will go on forever.

 

 

Daisye Hughes Plisch posted on 4/3/19

To our precious Niece. may your pain be gone forever .Big Patty ,you will be missed by your Hughes Family.

 

Rob Gallagher posted on 4/3/19

My dearest friend Ashley I remember the first Time I saw you. We were in middle school together and took the same bus to and from school. You don’t know this but the first time I saw you my heart skipped a beat. It’s funny because that same day you wrote me a letter. In the letter, you asked me if I would be your boyfriend, I was truly excited because I wanted to ask you to be my girlfriend. I remember when responding to the letter I was so excited I almost gave you the wrong phone number. I remember we would call one another and talk for hours. We felt like we could tell each other anything. Despite being in a wheelchair you lived life to the fullest. I am just glad God blessed you with two of the greatest gifts of life that are to be loved by others and the gift of becoming a mother. I thank god for the day I met you because for as long as we were together you brought a smile to my face. May God welcome you with open arms and set you free my friend I’ll never forget you and know that we’ll see each other again someday. Heaven just got a little brighter. Thank you for being a good friend for all these years. You will be missed by me and many others. My heart goes out to the Wolcott and Curley Family and Friends. You all will be in my prayers.

 

Dana Marie posted on 4/3/19

Hi Grandma it's Dana. Just wanted to let you know I am thinking of you... I love you very much, please fly high with the angels in comfort and continue to watch over your family.... Rest in peace Grandma you may be gone but you will never be forgotten.... Love always and forever your rugrat :.... Dana Marie

 

Kristen / Dj Graham posted on 4/3/19

I'll miss you Susan you were there for me so much after my mom Connie passed away say Hi to her in heaven for me DJ will always keep the blanket you got made for him for ever I love you always and forever rest easy

 

Walter Rabhan posted on 4/3/19

We just found out that Mel died. Our deepest sympathy. He was a wonderful guy and our heart goes out to Gloria and the family. Walter and Barbara Rabhan

 

Elizabeth “Betty” Murphy posted on 4/3/19

Nancy was one of the nicest people to me and everyone we worked with. She was funny and fun to be around. She worked very hard and always wanted the folks she catered for to be happy and satisfied with their event. She was a family person and always talked about them fondly. We worked together for Giant Open Air Markets in the mid eighties. Time flies and her daughter-in- law Kay. Would keep me updated. Nancy, Rest In Peace, you deserve it!

 

Tom Barnes posted on 4/3/19

We enjoyed Mel immensely at cape henry racquet club! What a trooper!! God bless you all love, Tom and Claudy Barnes

 

George and Lucy hughes posted on 4/3/19

Nancy was a wonderful person, very giving very loving, my family from New Jersey appreciated her very much, she’s always good to my son, George Michael Hughes

 

Tom Jones posted on 4/3/19

Dear Gloria, My heartfelt condolences to you and family as grieve the loss of your beloved husband, Mel. Tom Jones

 

Patricia Cuthrell Venson posted on 4/3/19

He was always so friendly and out going

 

Ann Perkins posted on 4/3/19

Every time I hugged Mel, he saved me from falling over. His strength was shown and he was proud of being able to be the one to be counted on. RIP, good friend.

 

Fiona Rouf posted on 4/3/19

I remember Ashley from Easter Seal back in 2000 and it was a pleasure to spend time with her then. I've no doubt her radiance warmed the lives of all she knew. Thinking of her loved ones. Her memory lives on.

 

John Coyne posted on 4/3/19

Dot was a great sister in law. She introduced me to her sister Mary over 50 years ago. We became family an enjoyed trips n visits with her an Charlie over the years trying to follow in there footsteps An learning so much. Truly a kind giving an loving person who I was so thankful to have in my life as a sister in law

 

 

Richard Halm posted on 4/2/19

I meet Jenessa Marie Andrade playing Call Of Duty on the Xbox One. She was like a little sister to me she will be missed.

 

 

Mickey posted on 4/2/19

I loved Patty with her free spirit, quick smile and her wonderful laugh. I’m going to miss her.

 

Tom & Cel Barnes posted on 4/2/19

I will always remember having doughnuts and coffee with your Mom and Dad. Our condolences to you and your family for your loss. They will be missed dearly.

 

AJ posted on 4/1/19

To the Crowe family I send my sympathies on the loss of your beloved Miss Dot. In this tender time, God is ready to comfort you in prayer and through good company sharing their most loving memories of Dorothy. May you have peace. -Philippians 4:6, 7

 

AJ posted on 4/1/19

To Miss Sylvia's family and friends I send my sincerest condolences. What a blessing to have been in her life! Though this is a tender time, good company and prayer for God's comfort will help to ease the sorrow. I hope you will take care and may you all have peace. -Philippians 4:6, 7

 

Richard and Pat Houghton posted on 4/1/19

Glen and family, our deepest condolences to the family. Glen was a sweet, lovable guy and will be greatly missed. The Houghton cousins and spouses send their love and prayers to the whole Connor family.

 

Susan Blalock Pearman posted on 3/31/19

Ashley was such an inspiration to others. Always so positive, upbeat and kind.

 

Susan Blalock Pearman posted on 3/31/19

Ashley, was such an inspiration to others. Always so positive and loving.

 

Uncle Don & Aunt Dee posted on 3/31/19

We will always miss our dear niece and always felt so happy and fortunate to stay and spend time with her and Ralph at her parents anniversary party. We will always miss you Honey and we pray for the whole family.

 

 

Tiffney posted on 3/31/19

Ashley, you always knew how to brighten a room! Your smile, compassion and wit amazed me too many times to count. Rest in much love and piece. ❤️

 

Andrea Andersen posted on 3/31/19

Dot was so kind and caring with my Mom, Lou Andersen, during their time together at King’s Grant House. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Andrea Andersen

 

Mary Stephens Mitchell posted on 3/30/19

My heart is broken today. I can't believe you're gone. You were everything a good friend could be. My deepest condolences to all who love you.

 

Judy posted on 3/30/19

How I will miss her!

 

 

Kenneth Vollmer posted on 3/30/19

"Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, Love leaves a memory no one can steal"

 

Aunt Sharon posted on 3/30/19

All I can see in my memory is your great big smile. From the time you were a little girl that smile was so big and amazing to me, I love you Patty and I will miss your uplifting, funny and down right dirty face book posts

 

Ashley Labens posted on 3/30/19

Mrs. Patty walked into my life 16yrs ago! She is EVERYTHING a girl could ask for as a 2nd mother. She has always had my back. If you ask her, my sister and I were her only kids. You will truly be missed! Rosie will definitely know who her Lola is.

 

Myra Labens posted on 3/30/19

Patty was special person. Patty was not only a good friend but she was wonderful to my girls. They called het their others mother and Patty earned that in every since of the word. God blessed us when he put Patty in our lives. My thoughts and prayers go out to Ralf and her family. We love you Patty you will be forever missed.

 

Christy Young posted on 3/30/19

Such a beautiful person. Prayers for you to remember only the best times that bring the warmest memories.

 

Melanie & Drew Grieco posted on 3/29/19

Our deepest condolences to the Picotte family at this very sad time. We are thinking about you and praying for your family, God bless.

 

Aunt Connie and Ed Pendleton posted on 3/29/19

sending our prayers and sympathies. So so very sorry for your loss. She was a lovely person.

 

Nancy and Alex Ward posted on 3/29/19

So sorry to hear this...we knew Ashley as a fun loving, big hair-bowed girl...what a beautiful woman she became. Love to all of you.

 

Stephen Patchin and Mary Lee Duncan posted on 3/29/19

Mary Lee and I send our condolences to Kathy and family. Wilbur was such a help to us over many years with our real estate sales and purchases. We considered him a real friend.

 

 

Steve Weber posted on 3/29/19

With deepest sympathy and prayers..

 

Ann Marie Golembioski posted on 3/28/19

So sorry for your loss. I remember him fondly.

 

Deborah And Connice Anthony posted on 3/27/19

My prayers go out to Mrs. Eileen Walton family she was a sweet person.she was always smiling she will be miss love you Mrs. Eileen Rest in peace

 

Sandy Vann posted on 3/27/19

Clara and family, I just learned of the loss of your mother. I am so very sorry. I always remember her beautiful smile and great sense of humor. I am sending love and prayers to all of you. Clara please email me or call! Love ya!!1

 

Melisa Lepley posted on 3/27/19

My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. Mrs. Walton was such a kind soul. She always had a smile on her face and was one of the kindest person I have ever met. She surely will be missed. Rest in peace.

 

 

shelby posted on 3/27/19

I miss the way you use to make everyday fun. Never a dull moment with you. We still think about you everyday.

 

 

Alice Anthony posted on 3/26/19

My Prayers and Condolences To The Family,You Will Be Missed My Dear Friend/Neighbor Eileen..Rest In Peace. Your Neighbor Alice Anthony.

 

 

Alice Anthony posted on 3/26/19

MY Prayers And Condolences To The Family. Rest In Peace My Dear Friend/Neighbor. You Will Be Missed Alice Anthony

 

Rovonda Whitaker posted on 3/26/19

Our Prayers and Condolences To The Family Of The Late Eileen Walton..She Will Be Miss By So Many Especially Our Family...Mrs.Eileen Would Help Anybody That She Could,I Will Miss Her Smile And Her Always Saying Hello Beautiful..Rest In Peace Mrs.Eileen Well Done Thy Good And Faithful Servant...You Will Be Missed..We Love You❤ The Anthony And Whitaker Family.

 

Sheryl Bonner posted on 3/26/19

To the family, my friend Clara and dear niece Natalie I express my deep sadness for your loss. I will always remember her kindness to me, her smile and laugh. She really enjoyed life! May she rest in peace with Tom.

 

 

Melissa Roach Bradford posted on 3/26/19

Love you, Aunt Nora ! Now you can rest in peace with Uncle Thomas.

 

joyce Gollogly posted on 3/25/19

Rest in Peace Scott, condolences to everyone.My memories of him will always be of how he helped Steve when he was sick. God Bless

 

Lynn Kenas posted on 3/25/19

I am so sorry. I just found out and can't believe it. I didn't get to tell him good bye.

 

AnnieB posted on 3/25/19

May the God of all comfort strengthen your family during the time of deep sorrow. Please be comforted by the knowledge that your loved one is in God's memory and the he promises to resurrect them. (John 5:28, 29) For they are precious in his eyes. My sincerest condolences go out to you and your family. (Psalm 116:15)

 

AnnieB posted on 3/25/19

May the God of all comfort strengthen your family during the time of deep sorrow. Please be comforted by the knowledge that your loved one is in God's memory and the he promises to resurrect them. (John 5:28, 29) For they are precious in his eyes. My sincerest condolences go out to you and your family. (Psalm 116:15)

 

Al & Lisa Yount & Ocean View Lighthouse Church posted on 3/23/19

Our thoughts & prayers are with you & your family.

 

Al & Lisa Yount & Ocean View Lighthouse Church posted on 3/23/19

Our thoughts & prayers are with you & your family. Another child of God has been called home! May God continue to bless you & your family.

 

David Wigand posted on 3/22/19

Dear Mr and Mrs Dunn: please accept my horribly belated condolences. I just found out about Dan's passage. You probably don't remember, but for a time, Dan, Bert, and I tended to "run together " skirting a quest for mischief. Dan never failed to deliver an amusingly sarcastic quip on a completely different subject, which he'd manage to convolutedly connect to the subject at hand. While Dan's and my life paths went in different directions, I always valued Dan's friendship, and am so saddened to hear of his passing. Again, you have my deepest condolences. -Dave Wigand

 

Carl Strass posted on 3/22/19

Lee was fun to be with. There are never enough people like her in this world.

 

Cynthia Brown and her mother posted on 3/22/19

We are very very sad about your mothers passing. She was a sweet person and will be missed by all who knew her.

 

Traci posted on 3/21/19

What can I say about the love of my life. He has been with me most every day since we were children and has a permanent place in my heart. My life was definitely shaped by him and I can honestly say, I would not be who I am without his influence. Joey, I will miss your voice and your humor, your hugs and kisses, your love and affection for the rest of my life. There never was anyone who filled your place in my heart and there never will be. We couldn't be husband and wife in this life, you knew we wanted different things from marriage and our timing was off by a few years. Still, we had a wonderful, beautiful, contentious but special relationship that I cherish as one of the most powerful I've ever known. We knew each other's deep pain and fear, as well as the thrills and joys of living and I hope you are at peace now. I miss you so. You have my eternal love and I know that one day we'll be together again forever.

 

Vernell Batts posted on 3/20/19

V. Batts

 

Barry L Tiller posted on 3/20/19

Bob... you will be missed by many. The Good Lord will look over the family until you become one again. RIP my brother!

 

Agatha Sapak posted on 3/19/19

Holding you close in my thoughts and prayers. It was a privilege to know Sheldon, a kind and gentle man, who made you smile and feel welcome. The family values he instilled in his children will live on and I am so happy to share everyday with Susan.

 

Mike Johncox posted on 3/18/19

Sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. He was good part of the campground at Riverside Camp and will be missed. Mike & Sandy Johncox

 

John J Kovacs posted on 3/18/19

Per Madsen, Ruth and I went to work at GM Continental in Antwerp, Belgium and became good friends. He and Ruth were wonderful and kind people. It is sad that they are no longer with us.

 

Kathleen Wilson posted on 3/18/19

Nicole & family, You have all been in constant thought and prayers and will continue to be. Sending our condolences. Much love.

 

Rob Valentine posted on 3/17/19

Thank you everyone, he will be greatly missed.

 

Rob valentine posted on 3/17/19

Thank you everyone for your kind words. He will be greatly missed

 

 

Charlotte Thomas posted on 3/16/19

Rick always had a smile on his face and a story to tell. One of the most helpful agents at the airport. I remember one day discussing our many aches and pains of "old age" and the next day he brought me a coupon for glucosamine chondroitin. Rick, you will be sorely missed by your coworkers and friends. Peace be with you.

 

Diane Riley posted on 3/16/19

Memories of you taking me for a ride in your 57 Chevy Belair, many years later suprising you at Ft Myers Beach FL, eating Calamari at Meema's (Aunt Clem), and the many holidays at her house. Wish I could have seen you more over the years. You will be missed! Love you, Diane

 

Debbie Twine posted on 3/15/19

Dr; Legum and Family, Tommy and I will continue to keep you all in our prayers,

 

Mike Painter posted on 3/15/19

To the Valentine family, May your father Rest In Peace and always be remembered as the awesome father, Grandfather, Husband and fiend that he was.

 

Nancy Lee Deneen posted on 3/14/19

" MOMMY , thinking of you today and everyday .I Love and Miss YOU so very much. " Your Baby Daughter, Nancy

 

JoAnne Barco posted on 3/14/19

Josh and Family, I was so sad to hear of your Mom’s passing. I worked with her for over 20 years at Social Services and will always remember her friendly smile and willingness to help whenever needed. I know she was proud of you and loved you and all her family very much. She will be missed and I’m sure she is rejoicing in Heaven right now with her loved ones and friends who have gone before her.

 

Joyce, Ken, Lott Mason and Family posted on 3/14/19

The Legum Family, We were shocked to hear about Aaron. Great Memories of Lott, Aaron and the boys growing up in Wilson Heights. Prayers for your family.

 

 

Amy C posted on 3/14/19

So sorry for your loss. Sue was an amazing person and was always so nice to talk to.

 

 

Amy C posted on 3/14/19

I am so sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed talking with Sue at work. She was always friendly and welcoming.

 

Donna Ballard posted on 3/14/19

Prayers and love to you Dottie and family. May you be blessed with wonderful memories and the knowledge that Tony is with God in a heavenly mansion.

 

Charles Chewning posted on 3/14/19

Debbie, Karen and Richard, your mother was very special to me. I have many wonderful childhood memories of the time we spent together. Your mother, Bobby Watson and I were the oldest cousins and had lots of fun playing together at our grandparents’ home in Bishopville, at our Aunt Themla’s home in Florence and at the beach at Ocean Drive. In more recent years we enjoyed seeing each other at the Chewning family reunions and reminiscing the good times. Your mother will always hold a special place in my heart. We pray that the good Lord will comfort you and bring you peace. Charles

 

Joann Gerace posted on 3/14/19

My heart is heavy with the news of Debbie s passing. I had the joy of meeting Debbie many years ago as the little sister of her very special sister Dolly. I am grateful to have known her and know what a remarkable woman she was, Rest in peace dear Debbie. Heartfelt sympathy to all her family.

 

Paul R Pureza posted on 3/14/19

Rob, Steve and family, I am sorry to hear about the passing of your father. All of you are in my thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Paul Pureza

 

Madonna Lowrance posted on 3/14/19

I met Debbie through her sister Darlene (Dolly). I liked her right away and from her "Elvis" birthday to our shared love of fairy lights, she always made me feel welcomed in her home. Her kindness will be missed by all that knew her.

 

Chris Born posted on 3/13/19

Sorry to hear this. I greatly enjoyed Bob's wisdom and experience when I was a young fire protection engineer with NAVFAC.

 

 

Bernice King posted on 3/13/19

We are so very sorry for your loss. Debbie was truly a gift from above. She will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing her. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you. Good bless you Steve, Dolly, Tammy, Kyle and Skye Lee.

 

Bernice King posted on 3/13/19

Bernice and Jim King

 

 

Kathy Christman posted on 3/13/19

Sue had a "heart of gold" and was loved by many! I will miss her loving, caring and thoughtful nature and extend my deepest sympathy to Josh and other family members.

 

Janice Bullard-Ward posted on 3/13/19

Bob was always one of the dear members at church. He always was faithful and loved his family very much! I'm so grateful to be able to call him family with the marriage of Tim and Megan this last year. I'm so glad he was able to attend the wedding of his only granddaughter, it meant so much to Megan. We were able over the last number of years to share about their courtship, he will be missed!

 

Pamela Savage Newton posted on 3/13/19

Uncle Bob was a good man. I have good memories of him. His entire family loved him. Godspeed Uncle Bobby. Love and prayers to all who will miss you.

 

Michael and Linda Ifko posted on 3/12/19

Doc, Michael and I were so sorry to hear about your son. He sounds like a wonderful man! Prayers for you and your family.

 

Nancy & Barry posted on 3/12/19

Bob will be truly missed by family and friends. Our condolences to family. Rest In Peace .

 

Tennessee and Millie Scruggs posted on 3/12/19

We will miss Bob so much and will always smile when we remember the many good times..especially on the golf course! RIP Friend.

 

Sabrina Burns posted on 3/12/19

Josh & family, I worked with Sue for 10 years or more at Social Services. We had some great times. She was one of our decorators in the file room. She was a caring person and would do anything for anyone. She had a heart of gold. Rest assured that she is in heaven now. Sorry for your loss and may God be with you in this time of need.

 

Al Duseault posted on 3/12/19

Josua, I worked with your Mom for many years. She was one of the kindest, caring, and supportive people I have ever met. She always had a smile on her face and was very empathetic for those less fortunate than herself. The Department of Human services has lost a valued employee and ambassador of good will. She will be truly missed by myself and her many, many friends at Human Services. May you be consoled by her deep love for you.

 

Alexander Brown posted on 3/12/19

I worked in the security department at NA for a few years. Stewart Howard was someone who I enjoyed working with and getting to know over the 3 years I was there . My condolences to his family. RIP Stewart Howard.

 

 

yvonne messer posted on 3/12/19

to the most wonderful women I know! you would give anyone anything that's just how kind you were...you will be missed by all

 

Sunny posted on 3/11/19

Gloria, Susan, Marcie and Barry my condolences to you all for your loss. I know how you all are feeling at the moment. I have loved all the memories we made together thru the years, from the first affair on the Bender side when I first met the Blum family until this day. Sheldon will be missed, but he will be forever in my heart with Murray. RIP Sheldon, I love you.

 

Shirley Mitchell posted on 3/11/19

I worked for many years with Estelle while I served as President of the Auxiliary and in many other board positions for 30 years. After she retired as general manager of Luther Manor, she waited 2 years and joined the LM Auxiliary Board and she then served as Treasurer for the Auxiliary. She was dedicated to the residents and to the Auxiliary. She was a very fine lady.

 

David Higgins posted on 3/11/19

My deepest condolences to the Legum family. I will always have fond memories of Great Bridge and Wildcat basketball thanks to Aaron.

 

Kathryn Arn posted on 3/11/19

Debbie, Your mother had the greatest laugh. Her whole body shook. I had not seen her since church work at Trinity where I was a member. How wonderful that she left her mark on so many people. You did a fine job of caring for our daughters, Hallie and Lindsay. I think of you often and send my love to you and your family. Kathy Arn

 

Ann Everton posted on 3/11/19

Larry, Linda and family, So sorry to hear about Aaron. Sending prayers to all of you.

 

The Braids posted on 3/11/19

We send our deepest sympathy to you all. The Masterson's were our next door neighbors for 25 years. We have a treasure trove full of memories. We were more than neighbors, we were more like extended family. Love and miss you all.

 

Tammy Hankins posted on 3/10/19

Our deepest condolences to the Legum family. Keeping your family in thought and prayer during this difficult time. The physicians & staff at Nephrology Associates of Tidewater

 

Matt Papka posted on 3/10/19

Our sincere condolences. There are so many fun memories we all have shared. We love you all. See you soon. Matt Elena and Nicholas

 

Joan and Fred Rebmann posted on 3/10/19

Debbie,Karen,and Rick,your Mother was a wonderful woman and a great neighbor.

 

Sherry D Lewis posted on 3/10/19

Dear Josh & family, I loved your mom, she was one of the sweetest ladies I know! Josh, you were her pride & joy! I know she was so proud of all you have accomplished these last few years , you are alot like her sweet, kind and gentle! She will be missed by so many. I am so glad I got to be a part of her family! Love and hugs, Ms Sherry {AKA Mimi}

 

Joan Steele posted on 3/9/19

My heart hurts in learning of this news about Aaron. Such a wonderful man, father and husband. My love and prayers go out to Nicole, Ashton, Anderson and the rest of his loving family. I cannot imagine your pain. My fondest memory is of Aaron arriving at the gala in a blue seersucker suit with a bow tie. This memory makes me smile every time. What a guy!!!

 

Terry Bryan posted on 3/9/19

Dear Josh, My deepest sympathy on the loss of your sweet Mom. She loved decorating for the holidays, when we worked together in the file room at DSS your Mom was one of my decorating buddies. Heaven has gained an angel who will inspire other angels to holiday decorate. My prayers and thoughts are with you Josh and your family during this difficult time. Rest in peace sweet Sue.

 

Carolyn Geske posted on 3/9/19

My deepest condolences and prayers are with you Larry and Linda and the entire family. God bless you all and keep you strong.

 

Holly Williams Krantz posted on 3/9/19

Doc and Mrs. Legum, I’m so sorry to hear of Aaron’s passing. I’ll be keeping your entire family in prayer. I can tell from all the notes I’ve seen, that Aaron meant so much, to so many.

 

Harold Zedd posted on 3/9/19

My deepest condolences go out to the Legum family. I am so sorry for your loss. You are in ,y thoughts and prayers.

 

Eric Shea posted on 3/9/19

Nicole, Ashton, Anderson, Doc, and Linda you have all been on my mind extensively since Aarons passing and often during the past year. I will keep you all in my thoughts in the coming months as I wish for you the best memories always.

 

NANCY TILLERY posted on 3/9/19

The memories of Aaron and of all of children Todd Kristen and Courtney growing up in Great Bridge together, Running and riding bikes on Woodberry and Vanette, I will cherish those memories,

 

Alice Watson Peters posted on 3/8/19

Debbie, Karen and Richard, what a special person your mother was! While I did not spend much time with her in this life, I know this to be true because of the wonderful things I've heard about her over the years from those who knew her well. My brother, Bobby, spent more time with her as a child since they were closer in age and visited our dear Aunt Thelma together from time to time. Later, they reconnected when he was at UNC school of dentistry and she was at Duke. My husband, Art, and I are lifting you in prayer and send our love your way. May God comfort you in your sorrow and bring yo peace. Alice

 

Lucia and Rick Raucci posted on 3/8/19

Our hearts are broken and we send our deepest sympathy to the Legum and Frederinko families and will be keeping you all close in thought and prayer. I had the privilege of working with Aaron for many years but even more importantly for both my husband and I - we were privileged to be able to call him a friend. We have many fond memories one of which involves Preakness and our very first introduction to a gin bucket ... such great memories we will never forget . So thank you our friend for letting us be a small part of a life lived with no regrets . You will be greatly missed -OVM will never be the same . You fought a brave fight but now rest in God's peace.

 

Jane Miller (Dr. Selden) posted on 3/8/19

So very sorry for your loss. May God be with the Legum family.

 

Pat & Barbara Lewis posted on 3/8/19

Debbie and Craig, so sorry for your loss! Sending prayers for comfort and healing.

 

Chuck Buyrn posted on 3/8/19

Deepest condolences to Legum family... Will be in my thoughts and prayers and as time passes hopefully the good memories resonate and live on...

 

William and Terri Goff posted on 3/8/19

Dr. Legum and Family, You are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

 

David L. Jones posted on 3/8/19

My deepest condolences go to the Legum family. I hope that with the passage of time, your sadness will turn into many happy memories of Aaron.

 

Serena Post DeMallie posted on 3/8/19

I was so sad to hear of Aarons passing as I did not know he was sick. My brother, Tommy Post, and I both remember him fondly from high school. He was always smiling or laughing and kind to everyone. People just loved being around him. Thinking of his family at this sad time and lifting them up in prayer. May God comfort you all as Aaron rests comfortably in God's arms.

 

Sue Gressley posted on 3/8/19

Family of Aaron, may he RIP and you find comfort during this difficult time. Prayers to all. Sue Gressley(Shaun Todd's Mom)

 

Charles and Carol Higgins posted on 3/8/19

Larry and Linda, You are in our thoughts and prayers. We remember Aaron playing basketball at Great Bridge and graduating with our son, David. Our hearts are hurting for you and your family.

 

Harry and Diana Munari posted on 3/8/19

Dear Larry and Linda, So sorry to hear of Aaron's passing. We remember seeing him at Great Neck Park summer before last when we were there to see our grandson play Ashton's team. Our deepest sympathies to you and Linda and your family.

 

Kenneth and Linda posted on 3/8/19

Dr Larry and Linda we send our deep and sincere sympathy in the passing of your son Aaron. May your memories help you through this very sad time. we will hold you and your family up in prayer. Sincerely, Kenneth and Linda Taylor.

 

David Barton posted on 3/8/19

I join a large number of people who were lucky enough to be friends with Aaron in offering condolences to his family. Among several others who lived in the Cushing dorms our freshman year at Hampden Sydney, I got to know Aaron well in a short period of time. We all spent countless hours playing cards in the dorms, laughing incessantly at his antics, traveling to nearby schools and listening to the awful rap music he loved at the time. Thanks to Aaron, EZ E is always a few clicks away on my list of favorite music. I recall several road trips to his home, my home in Jacksonville Florida, his contagious sense of humor, enthusiasm for life, and his pat response well suited for any occasion “come on man!” I’m truly bummed we didn’t do a better job keeping up all these years, and particularly sorry to miss that he was ill. Aaron was one of a kind. Best wishes to all of those closest to him.

 

Scott Riggs posted on 3/7/19

My heart goes out to the entire Legum family on the passing of a husband, a father, a son and a great college friend. Know that all of you are in my thoughts and prayers. Deepest sympathy.

 

Trisha Clinton posted on 3/7/19

Steve was one of my vendors and always a pleasure to work with...I will miss him. Praying for peace and strength for the family.

 

 

Ann & Emily Davis posted on 3/7/19

So sorry for your loss

 

 

Jaynie Hemmings Jackson posted on 3/7/19

May your loving memories help you through this difficult time. Keeping you in prayer

 

Jeffrey Rhodes posted on 3/7/19

Thoughts and prayers and my deepest sympathies go out to the Legum family, his wife and children. Aaron was an outstanding person, always had a smile and a warm friendly demeanor. He was a great athlete and an honor to compete against and I was fortunate to be a teammate on the Great Bridge baseball team when we won districts in 1989. I’ll never forget him jumping into my arms after we won that game. Rest In Peace Aaron. You were beloved by all that came into your presence.

 

Kathi Wick (Pembroke) posted on 3/6/19

to hear about your dad. He was a very nice man. You & your family are in my thoughts & prayers.

 

Richard Ruth Furr posted on 3/6/19

Please accept our sincere condolences for the loss of your dad. Praying for God to comfort you in this time.

 

Shailesh Shah posted on 3/6/19

I am deeply saddened to hear of Aaron's death. He and I have shared ten rewarding years together as business associates, I am a Real Estate Broker and he was our Money Bag, became as close as brothers. He never would let us fail in transaction. He knew how to do financial engineering. Please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss. If Shraddha (my wife) and I can help in any way, please give us a call. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time. Our dead are never dead to us, until we have forgotten them- we never going to forget him.

 

Jamie Elder posted on 3/6/19

I will always remember your dad and how kind he was to ke always. He was a good man and it was an honor to know him.

 

Bruce Longman posted on 3/6/19

I remember Sheldon back to Maury High School days and my brother Willard and he being friends. History carries me back to Brith Sholom and the Blum brothers being aclive participants. In the day they lived on 27th st, and the young men would meet weekends

 

Crystal Zelasko posted on 3/6/19

Aaron was an outstanding man and always fun to be around, he always had a smile on his face that was contagious. Everytime I "just push the button" I will think of him! May you rest in peace my friend <3

 

Rich Bernarde posted on 3/6/19

The thoughts and prayers go out to the Legum and Federinko Familes. Aaron was a great person and I owe so much to him for all that he did for me and my career. He was a bright light at every event and had such a generous heart and spirit! I will miss my friend!

 

Eddie GOSMAN, Sr posted on 3/6/19

Our deepest and most sincere sympathy to our friends the Legum family. No one can understand your pain but we pray God will send His Comforter, the Holy Spirit to you in His fullness, and the sweet memories brought to mind will allow you to gain rest and peace. We love you and are praying for you.

 

Kathy Carawan posted on 3/6/19

A kinder man I have never met. My deepest sympathies to Sheldon’s dear family and friends.

 

Aunt Mary Jane, Uncle Max, Cindy, Tammy and Max, Jr posted on 3/6/19

I have so many sweet memories of a wonderful nephew. Your first airplane ride to Syracuse, New York to visit us when you were almost one year. You grew into a handsome, smart, funny, loving and great young man. You will forever live in our memories, and in our hearts

 

Jeff Littman posted on 3/6/19

A long time friend, golf and poker buddy. While we have not been in touch lately, I will always remember him

 

Jeff Littman posted on 3/6/19

A good friend, poker and golf buddy for a long time. While we have not been in contact lately, i will always remember him.

 

 

Becca posted on 3/6/19

Steve was very much a father figure to me. It's hard to accept he's no longer here. We had the best times on our camping trips, I'll never forget the time we went to go horseback riding and the first place said I was too little, of course I balled my eyes out, but steve drove around until he found me a horse to ride. We had so much fun when I was younger.

 

Karen Rieger posted on 3/6/19

Norma was such a dedicated worker, sharing her faith so beautifully in all her Legion of Mary assignments. She was a joy to serve with! "I have competed well; I have finished the race; I have kept the faith. From now on the crown of righteousness awaits me, which the Lord, the just judge, will award to me on that day, and not only me, but to all who have longed for His appearance." 2 Timothy 4:7-8.

 

Carol O. Winningham posted on 3/6/19

I remember when Farins bar was set to open and they were waiting for a call from the ABC board to serve liquor. Henry went next door and called Farins ,told them that he was the ABC representative ,and they could serve liquor. Henry had the first drink.

 

 

Carolyn, Jake, Punkin and Missy posted on 3/5/19

We will always love and miss you David.

 

Jane-Ann Bueno Spencer and family posted on 3/5/19

Michael, I am so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. May you, Dawn and Emma find comfort from God’s blessings present during this difficult time. I am sad to say that I will not be able to attend Auntie Norma’s services. I was glad to see her, as well as your family, at Auntie Jane’s party back in August.

 

Agnes Mobley Wynne posted on 3/4/19

I have such fond memories of singing with Pam in Virginia Opera. Such a beautiful soul as well as a lively voice! She will be greatly missed.

 

CH posted on 3/4/19

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

 

 

Linds Kirchner posted on 3/4/19

Pam and I net about 50 years ago teaching music. We became BEST FRIENDS having lots of adventures at home and around the world. My heart aches for her family and all of us who loved her. She was a very special friend.

 

Ana Williams posted on 3/4/19

I am sorry for your lost, may you have many happy memories?

 

Terrie Fuell, Jean Miser posted on 3/4/19

To the Hays family you have our deepest condolences. We are praying for you and the family to be able to find peace and comfort in your time of need. If you need anything let us know.

 

Barry George posted on 3/4/19

I just learned of glens passing. I worked right beside him for 20 years at the churchland post office. we all loved him and will miss him.

 

Diane Brown posted on 3/3/19

I am the sister of Kathy Scott and sister in law of Jay Scott-my husband and I are traveling from Lookout Mtn ga to honor Pam’ memory as we have known her since Kathy and Jay married when she sang the Ave Maria in her incredible voice at their wedding! Since then their have been many happy family gatherings and Pam was always so upbeat and fun to be with along with her great parents who we all loved and who loved her!! She is much admired for making the most of all her god given talents and she will be sorely missed by those who knew and loved her!

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 3/3/19

To Jay, Kathy, Tom, Stephanie, Jim and Brittany: please accept my most heartfelt condolences on the loss of Ms. Pamela. She was a beautiful and elegant woman whose radiance lit up a room wherever she went. I'm praying for your comfort and peace in the days, weeks and months to come.

 

Ric Roque and Family posted on 3/3/19

Kelly, David, and Ashley, Prayers and fond memories of Dave are what we have to remember him. May the love of family and friends comfort you during these times. Our most hearfelt condolences. “Fair winds and following seas” Master Chief David Cimino.

 

Jackie johnson posted on 3/3/19

On behalf of Richard Johnson and myself , I am sorry for the lost of this great friend, he and Richard used to meet about daily and shared what job or sports event that was happening, I am sure he will now be reunited with his buddy in heaven, I pray his family will find peace in knowing he no longer suffers from earthly pain and will be in heaven and peace, may God bless the family and give them strength thru this letting go.

 

Donny, Sherri, and Gracie Taylor posted on 3/3/19

Thoughts and Prayers are with the family in your time of loss

 

Bob Hansel posted on 3/3/19

Stewart and I worked at the Chrysler Museum for 13 years and Stewart was one of the best maintenance workers we had. He and I had a close relationship since we were both Christians and dedicated to the job. My condolences and blessings to you and your family

 

 

Danilo Blair posted on 3/3/19

He was my Pops best friend I remember the three of us went to a Skins game at Fed Ex field and he Pop were well to say the least enjoying the ride I drove up and back thank god for a DD so many memories to many to list rest easy old man you will be missed so much Ray and Kim I am so sorry your loss we all loved him so much

 

Allan olaes posted on 3/2/19

HAPPy. 03/02/2019 B-DAy DAD ILove you miss you so much

 

Barbara Parks posted on 3/2/19

Thinking of you and praying for you during this difficult time.

 

Barbara Parks posted on 3/2/19

Thinking and Praying for you during this difficult time.

 

Denis Connor posted on 3/2/19

Glen-- You'll always be my big brother. We had good times when I would visit you in Baldwin. You always had to buy a ny pizza for me. I'm gonna miss ya big bro. You always watched out for me when we were kids in Hempstead. i'll never forget you.

 

Bill Connor posted on 3/2/19

Thanks Glen. You've been so kind. You'll be in my heart forever. Love ya

 

Margaret Seyler posted on 3/2/19

To all of Glen's family I and my family send our deepest sympathies. We are so sorry for your loss. I have many fond memories as a child of my cousin. I will always remember those times.

 

Donna Mather posted on 3/2/19

Rick was my only sibling. He is my hero and always will be. I have been so touched by the kind thoughts of everyone who has posted here and who knows what a fine man you were (unexpected karate kicks notwithstanding). I am so very proud of you and and will miss you every day for the rest of my life. I know you have someone there who was waiting for you, and I'm so happy you are together again! I love you. RIP my sweet bro.

 

Michael and Linda LoGallo posted on 3/1/19

To Glen’s family and friends, I know he will be sorely missed he would have made the greatest grandpa. Glen was as kind and good a person could be. We had a lot of fun together as kids I will always cherish those memories.

 

June LeBeau posted on 3/1/19

From the management and staff of the Holiday Trav-L-Park campground in Virginia Beach, we would like to express our sincere condolences to Jerry’s family and many friends. We have had the pleasure of hosting his and close friend’s annual oyster roast for the last 20 plus years. Jerry was always easy and fun to work with and had a great personality. We will miss him, god bless!

 

Pope Woodard posted on 3/1/19

Jerry was joy for me. I loved talking to and being with Jerry as much as anyone I have ever known. We worked together for years and remained close friends after I left the company. His nickname to me was Jerrissimo, with the "R's" rolled. A phone call or visit with Jerry always left me feeling happier and more relaxed and I cherished those calls. There were many things we loved to talk about, namely his row boating, family vacations to Hatteras (I actually visited him one day during his trip several years ago), how Jeanie is doing, his annual oyster roast (that I was never able to attend), memories of his weekly visits to the lynnhaven pub ( I only joined him once there and actually brought shrimp and scallops that he had the cook make for us to eat), but I was jealous of his consistency. I really think that was one of Jerry's greatest attributes, he was consistent with everything he did, work, friends, work mates, family and loved ones. He was always there for you and I miss him so much.

 

Vera posted on 3/1/19

I have so many fond memories of you. You are a kind, good man who loved family! You will always be remembered.

 

Delma Turnock Nelson posted on 3/1/19

So sorry for your loss. Praying for your family in this difficult time.

 

Jana Tosh posted on 3/1/19

You were loved and will be missed very much! I'm glad you are now at peace!

 

Cheryl Minton Weaver posted on 3/1/19

Dear Bobby and Rose, I am so sorry to hear of Stewart's passing. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. May God grant you peace and strength during this difficult time.

 

John and Teresa Genaux posted on 3/1/19

John and I are so sorry for you and your families loss.

 

John and Teresa Genaux posted on 3/1/19

Bill: John and I are sorry for you and your families loss.

 

Michelle Liverman posted on 3/1/19

Sending prayers out to your family. I’m so very sorry for your loss. May Stewart Rest In Peace as he will be greatly missed.

 

Lu Knapp posted on 3/1/19

My prayers are with your entire family at the loss of Kay. It was my pleasure to have worked with Kay at Cooke Elementary for many years.

 

Rick Belangia posted on 3/1/19

This news is heartbreaking. I grew up in the same Nazarene church with Stewart and the rest of his family. I haven't seen him in over 30 years. He was a funny kid growing up. Always respectful of people. Bobby and Rose raised a fine son. My sincerest condolences go out to Bobby, Rose, Debbie, Pam and Donna and the rest of the family.

 

Debra Ruperti posted on 2/28/19

I did not know my fellow Chief but want to leave condolences to all who had love and were effected by his loss. God bless.

 

Michael and Regina McCombs posted on 2/28/19

Mr. Dave was my co-worker and but the Master-Chief heart he had was always at work he loved taking care of sailors and his fellow peers He was a Fair and just man. My heart is truly heavy with you the CIMINO family but may I leave these words with you. May the peace which comes from the memories of love shared comfort you now and in the days ahead. My thoughts and prayers are with you that the Holy Spirit the promise will keep you and cover you with Peace.

 

Deborah Elmore Shifflett posted on 2/28/19

Even though I did not know Stewart, I do know his Mother, Rose. I’m so sorry for the loss of this young man. My condolences go out to his wife, children and their families, and to his mother Rose. May you find some peace in his memories.

 

 

Brandi Gutierrez posted on 2/28/19

My deepest condolences to the family for the loss of Dave. He was a great man to work with, always had a smile on his face. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time.

 

CH posted on 2/28/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise when no resident will say: "I am sick." Isaiah 33:24 May this also bring you peace. Condolences

 

Brianna Robertson posted on 2/28/19

I worked with Mr. Cimino during my time here at SURFLANT. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends at this time.

 

Nikki Barb posted on 2/28/19

Dave and I worked together during my time at SURFLANT, he will be truly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.

 

Charles and Bess Kirby posted on 2/27/19

Please accept our sincere sympathy in your great loss. Oh, how we have loved the Howard family since our Tidewater Central Church days. We had great fellowship. Prayerfully, we trust many are in Heaven today because of the service of the Howard’s as they worked hard on the bus ministry. We have prayed for Stewart during this battle for life. God had a better plan. And one day, the trump will sound and we will know it’s reunion time. Praying for peace and great comfort.

 

Craig Adams posted on 2/27/19

So sorry he is gone. He was a good man and always had a smile and an encouraging word.

 

Cindy Regli posted on 2/27/19

LIKE A ROCK!!!! Never in a million years would I have thought I'd be writing my tribute to this man....just FYI if you hear Bob Seegers "like a rock" song - he's singing about Rick!!!! If you can walk around a corner expecting someone to do a karate kick towards you.....that's growing up with Rick....stubborn stubborn stubborn, that's me AND Rick....my heart is broken but Rick is a huge part of why I'm me! Sending much love from his favorite pain in the "arse" ROCK ON RICK!!!!! We Love You!!!!

 

Sallye Ortiz-Mutis posted on 2/27/19

Working with Stewart at the Chrysler Museum of Art he was always smiling. May God comfort and give you all his love and peace during this time.

 

Robert E Walton sr posted on 2/27/19

Stewart was a friend to me. I wish his family well.

 

 

Wayne Howell posted on 2/27/19

I love you mom!

 

Mark Farris posted on 2/27/19

What a great friend. I shall miss him so. Thank you “Stew Man” for being such a friend to me.

 

Norman & Norman & Wanda Highter/Norfolk Academy Maintenance Dept posted on 2/27/19

Prayers of strength for the family. God is always by your side!!

 

 

kendra pennell posted on 2/26/19

Thinking of you and your beautiful smile.

 

Joe Wilson posted on 2/26/19

Kelly, David, and Ashley, Irene and I would like to offer our deepest sympathy in the loss of Dave. We are still in shock over his passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I will unfortunately be out of town on business Sunday but, will take some time to remember Dave.

 

Nancy Kells McNamara posted on 2/26/19

I am so sorry to hear of your loss and my thoughts and prayers are with David (my coworker) and his family. -Nancy

 

Bonita Therrien posted on 2/26/19

So sorry for your loss...Good Man always easy to work with..he will be missed. Prayers of comfort to all.Flight Attendant..USA..AA.

 

Patti Berkebile posted on 2/26/19

I am so very sorry to hear of Ricks passing. He was always so calm and collected no matter how crazy things got on the ticket countet and always had time for everyone. You will surely be missed.

 

claudia demarino riley posted on 2/26/19

NeeNee i took me so long to find you now you are gone. A piec of my heart goes with you. I will miss you and thanks for the memories. Nick and Jerry i love you

 

Dave Flick posted on 2/25/19

I am so sorry for your loss. David and I were friends and worked together these last few years. He will be missed. Prayers for your family.

 

CH posted on 2/25/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8 Condolences

 

Megan Mather posted on 2/25/19

Rick was my uncle. He always made me laugh. I will never forget how he would bring me the "Virgina Beach Peanut M&M's" when he would come to visit when I was younger. He said there was something special about the Virginia Beach peanut M&Ms. I really thought they were special. My heart is broken. I've lost one of the best men in my life. Rick, you will always, always be with me. I love you from the bottom of my heart RIP Karate Man

 

Bob and Patricia Rathbun posted on 2/24/19

I can't express enough how sorry I am to hear of Dave's Death. His friendship over the years have been cherished memories of service together in the Navy. We will be out of town and unable to attend his life's celebration on March 3rd. God Bless you and the family.

 

 

Jackie Nelson posted on 2/24/19

Your light will forever shine for all who knew and loved you

 

Jackie Nelson posted on 2/24/19

Words can't express how much I will miss you and the impact you had on my life and in my heart. Peace be with you my dear friend.

 

Tom, Barb, and John posted on 2/24/19

Rick always showed true kindness, loyalty, and compassion towards our family and friends. His independence and sovereignty were authentic. May his courage and life bring sweet memories to his family and friends. Rick will be in our thoughts and our hearts. Sending sincere sympathies to his family. We will miss him greatly. Tom, Barb, and John

 

Mark Garcea posted on 2/24/19

Rick, was a frequent flyer and you were always so friendly and such a good Guy! Rest in Peace My Friend. You and all the Piedmont-Usair-American employees are like family to me for so many years. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family! God Bless

 

Mark Heinrich posted on 2/24/19

Thanks Rick for the many great years not only being a co-worker but a great friend. Always a positive attitude, and just fun to be around and talk to. I always had to be aware when walking by him to expect an elbow jab or a punch in the abs. The Karate take downs and the pressure point holds either in the break room or locker area were something else. On the floor in 2 seconds. Next time we meet I will try to be a little better prepared, not that it will help. The DVD's we traded back and forth, stories, books and the many remedies for workout aliments and injuries he helped me with will be greatly missed. Condolences to the Smith family. Rest in Peace My Good Friend. You are already missed. Say hello to Jill for me. As Rick would say "Mark-a-do!"

 

Eric Allen posted on 2/24/19

Rest in peace my brother, friend, and co-worker. I will miss your wit, sarcasm, and "Samurai" wisdom.You made life in the trenches more bearable during the crazy roller coaster airline ride. See you in the next life my friend.

 

 

Janine Gardner posted on 2/24/19

For Rick I will miss you so.

 

Janine Gardner posted on 2/24/19

Rick was a special guy. So fun to work with and talk to. He was a great confidant and always had great advice.I will miss him dearly. And everytime I step out on the counter it will be empty without him. Postion 3 my dear friend. I love you so much. Thank you for being a part of my life. You made it fun! It will not be the same without you.

 

Dave Thomas posted on 2/23/19

I always called him Karate Man!! Such a good soul!! RIP KARATE MAN

 

Dave Thomas posted on 2/23/19

I always called him Karate Man!!! Such a good soul!! RIP

 

Gary Shank posted on 2/23/19

Rick trained me on the ticket counter back in the mid-80s at Piedmont Airlines. We became good friends and hung out after work. He was such a great guy and always cheerful and positive. He always had great sincere advice. I’m so sorry to see him go. Condolences to his family. He will surely be missed by many.

 

pati w watts posted on 2/23/19

Thank you for being a good friend.

 

 

pati w watts posted on 2/23/19

Thank you for all you did for me.Great friend .RIP

 

Nickie posted on 2/23/19

RIP Rick!

 

Jackie Dunbar posted on 2/23/19

I’m so shocked to learn of Rick’s passing. I do not remember him ever being anything but happy regardless of what went on around him. All you had to was look at him and you had to smile. Great guy!! My prayers are with his family.

 

Sam marcell posted on 2/23/19

Rick was the best of the best. My prayers go out to his family...

 

Krys posted on 2/23/19

REST IN PEACE my friend, my thoughts and prayers are with your family.

 

Frankie Wagner posted on 2/23/19

Thoughts and prayers are with your family. Always be grateful for the love and compassion shown to you and your families by your Mom. Take care.

 

Annette Edwards posted on 2/23/19

My sincere condolences to the Smith family. Rick and I worked together for over 30 years. What a wonderful friend he was to all that he came in contact with. Job well done my dear friend. Until we meet again rest in heavenly peace.

 

Annette Edwards posted on 2/23/19

I totally enjoyed working with rick for many years and our talks. Job well done my friend. Rest in heavenly peace

 

sandi posted on 2/23/19

I will always remember our time working together at Piedmont/USAirrways. So very kind, always happy and smiling and when in conversation you always really listened. You were a great friend and a great person. Wings to you my friend

 

Sam Guill posted on 2/23/19

So sorry to lose an ole friend. Rick was always happy to assist in any way where ever he was needed. Never a better person or friend. RIP friend.

 

Reggie Rankins posted on 2/23/19

Rick you will be sorely missed by all that came to know you. What a great guy!

 

Curtis Bush posted on 2/23/19

God Bless. I knew Rick from Chuck Norris karate. A good and nice man....

 

Nancy Sorel posted on 2/23/19

When I heard of Tony’s passing, my heart was broken. We were not only cast mates on Generations, but very close friends during those years. Today, as I have done frequently over these 2 years since his passing,looked up his name and grieved his loss. Today, this website came up and I found this condolences page. I am deeply saddened that I am only offering my condolences to his family at his time. It was so good to see photos of Tony’s life back home, with his family and particularly with his son, Brandon. Tony was one of the most loving people I have ever known. Although time has gone by since his passing, I know your grief remains. Tony was and is a beautiful soul and all who loved him know this. Please accept my deepest and heartfelt condolences.

 

Craig and Betsi Davis and Family. posted on 2/23/19

Dear Jim, Heather, Brooke and Family. I'm so sorry to hear of Kay's passing. She was a Great Lady and Friend. It was a pleasure to have known and worked with Her at Cooke Elementary for so many years. She will be missed. God Rest Her Soul. May She Rest in Peace.

 

Gina Marinelli posted on 2/23/19

Tina,Jayme ,Jacklyn,Christopher and family, My heart breaks for you as I am not there today to comfort you in this time of sorrow. But watching this beautiful video gave me a different perspective. James lived a good life-a great life. Tina, you created a beautiful family together. And your beautiful family created their own beautiful families. Your love for EACHOTHER is reflected over and over. Something so pure and genuine can never die. I see a piece of him in all of you that will keep him alive forever. And he will continue to watch and be proud of his greatest contributions to this world. He will live on thru the love his family has for him. You are all so blessed to have had him. And he was equally blessed to have all of you to support him when he needed you the most. He was so well loved. Feel peace in your hearts knowing that he left this world feeling that. I love u all so much. My prayers are strong for all of you. James- I don’t remember what it was like before you became my family . You were a part of us for so many years. I couldn’t be more proud. You gave my cousins a wonderful life and left them beautiful memories to cherish. You bravely served our country. You lived to see your grandchildren, to walk Jayme down the aisle and to see the Eagles win the Super Bowl. For that, I am grateful. My last memory of you is sitting in your garage laughing about Donald telling me he thought Clare was trying to make him extinct to collect the life insurance. We all had the best laugh over that. That’s the way I want to remember you and our family- smiling and laughing. I know it is hard for them to do that now. But I hope everytine they think of you that those are the memories that come to mind- not those of your last days here. I know you will be with them always my dear cousin. It was an honor to have you as family. Rest In Peace. I love you.❤️

 

Ralph George posted on 2/23/19

Rick was one of a kind. I loved his story telling. He was the kind of friend that made you feel welcomed and appreciated. From now on the Golf Channel will be the Rick Channel. My wife and I will have Rick and his family in our hearts and prayers.

 

Nancy Weller posted on 2/23/19

My heart goes out to you Heather and your girls. My deepest sympathy.

 

Ty Brown posted on 2/23/19

Thank You Rick for welcoming me to ORF.. I’m going to miss your jokes and stories we, and you calling me Ty Bo...SIH Rick My condolences.. Prayers for strength and peace

 

TAG JR posted on 2/23/19

Rest In Peace Rick and thankyou for the good conversations we had and the stories you told.

 

AB posted on 2/23/19

Rest in eternal peace Rick.

 

yvonne morrissette posted on 2/23/19

Sammy my girl I will see you again and we will injoy our time I miss you a lot but I know there good people where you are today like uncle phill and my mom and sisters they will take you in and watch over you your gma yvonne

 

Danielle Renfro posted on 2/22/19

It is your time to dance sweet Samantha ... Love Ric and Danielle Renfro

 

Keith Togna posted on 2/22/19

Time stood still for a moment when I learned of Jerry’s death, my mind paused, trying to comprehend it. I had very little contact with Jerry in the past 30 years, and yet there it was; a tremendous feeling of loss and sorrow, an absence that was not there moments ago. In the following days, long dormant memories awakened and flooded my thoughts; the Greenleaf Dairy delivery truck, countless hours of ping-pong, Skip Castro, Buffet and Charlie Daniels, trips to the beach cottage, sledding on Enon School hill, nights at the Anchor Room, roof parties, and some alleged mischievous behavior. Jerry was my best friend back in those days. I have come to realize that, despite living our separate adult lives, no amount of time or distance could loosen the bond of our friendship or cloud the memories forged by the childhood experiences Jerry and I shared. I truly cherish them. My sincerest condolences to Jeanne, Jerry’s mother, family and friends; with you, I will miss Jerry greatly. Keith Togna

 

 

George R. Bassett posted on 2/22/19

RIP Sammi. Live on in Heaven now. Love Grampi.

 

Nancy Baillio posted on 2/22/19

JB, Heather and Brooke, How very sorry I am . My heart is with you. I know it is not easy. What fun over the years all of us have enjoyed! I will be in touch when I return. Big hugs to you all.

 

Amelia Lebron posted on 2/22/19

Our prayers be with all of you

 

 

Lynda Gorniewicz posted on 2/22/19

Beautifully written. My deepest condolences to you, Heather, and your family, at this difficult time. May God wrap his loving arms around you and give you peace as you navigate your way through the next few weeks and months.

 

Lee & Barbara Van Deman posted on 2/22/19

JB... Our deepest sympathies & prayers are with you. A wonderful woman! God Bless.

 

 

Robert & Ethel Windley posted on 2/22/19

So saddened to hear of the passing of Janice. We offer sincere condolence on behalf of BCHS's Class of 1968.

 

Elizabeth Davis Stanley posted on 2/22/19

So saddened to learn of Faye's passing. Sincere condolences to the entire family, with love and affection from schoolmates at Beaufort County Elementary & High School, Pantego. NC. May God rest her soul.

 

Mike Whitt posted on 2/22/19

Rest In Peace my friend. I’m gonna miss you. Thanks for always being a best friend. Everyone could always count on you to help or just cheer them up. You had a special gift my friend, one that the world will miss, and I will miss always.

 

Brian & Melissa posted on 2/22/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you CAPT Dadson along with Heather, Brook and all of the family. The epitome of a Navy family, you & Kay looked after us like your own family, and we're eternally grateful for that. Kay was an amazing woman, whose loss is felt by so many. We take solace knowing she is in a better place. God bless her and the entire Dadson family. With love, BG & Melissa

 

James Gaynor posted on 2/22/19

With Deepest Sympathy-The Acre Station, NC Family

 

JEANNETTE I BAILEY posted on 2/22/19

I am so saddened to hear of Kay's passing. We enjoyed having Kay as part of our book group. She always added such good insights. Sincerest condolences to all your family.

 

Amy Krum posted on 2/21/19

I just can't even express my profound grief for you and your entire family. He was more than a cousin to me, he always watched out for me, he was like a big brother to me, and I loved him as a brother. I do understand he is pain free and a new being with Jesus, but, our human condition makes us grieve. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Know you are always in my heart. God bless you and your family.

 

Mark Zap posted on 2/21/19

Christine condolence to you and the family Stoney was a great friend . He will be missed but the memories will live on .

 

CARROLL BAINS posted on 2/21/19

JB and girls, my prayers for comfort and strength. Kay was such fun, particularly at our MWNF adventures , ANA and Tailhook functions. A great lady.

 

 

LaShawn Booth Whitney posted on 2/21/19

Aunt Faye will be greatly missed. Extending Deepest Sympathy. Love you all.

 

 

Paul Fisher posted on 2/21/19

The class of 1966 wishes to express our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Class of 1966 Charles E. Perry School Roseboro, NC

 

 

Paul and Nancy Fisher posted on 2/21/19

With heartfelt sympathy.

 

Raymond Fritz posted on 2/21/19

To Christine and family and friends of James E. Stone, On behalf of the United States Submarine Veterans - USSVI, please accept our sincere condolences at James’s passing. You and your loved ones are in our thoughts and prayers. May you find kindness to warm you, sympathy to comfort you, and cherished memories to bring peace to your heart. We are forever grateful for James's service to our country in the United States Submarine service. We are honored that Jim served 26 years in the US Navy. To our Brother of the Phin we say, “Sailor, rest your oar. We have the watch.” “Now may the Lord of peace Himself give you peace always in every way.” 2 Thessalonians 3:16. Stone, James E., US Navy, now on Eternal Patrol -- Fair Winds and Following Seas to our departed shipmate. James’s record is posted online in the Eternal Patrol file on the USSVI website. Rev. Ray Fritz, EM1(SS) - Acting National Chaplain United States Submarine Veterans, USSVI and assistant Carolina Piedmont Base, USSVI (803-619-1121), [email protected]

 

Rusty and Joanie Merenda posted on 2/21/19

Our lifelong friendship brought us many memorable times. We will miss him and some day hope to see him again so we can do them all over again. Rest in Peace Jamie. Our deepest sympathy to Christine and family.

 

Angel and Lenny Willis posted on 2/21/19

We are so sorry for your loss and pain. Please let us know if there is anything we can do you for you... Love and prayers to you all, Angel & Lenny Willis and Dylan Matthews Psalm 34:18 The Lord is close to the brokenhearted; he rescues those whose spirits are crushed.

 

 

Sherilyn Steele posted on 2/21/19

So sorry to hear of Andy passing may god give your family peace

 

 

Sherilyn Steele posted on 2/21/19

So sorry for your family’s loss time with god grace will bring some peace I remember Andy he helped decorate for my fifth wedding anniversary party he was such a help and such a nice person I was so glad I got to meet him

 

Michael Romano posted on 2/21/19

She was a very cool lady.

 

RON FRUSTAGLIA posted on 2/21/19

jaime was a great shipmate. he was always willing to lend a helping hand

 

Sunshine posted on 2/21/19

My family went to church with the ward family. May you all find comfort in your memories.

 

Michael Romano posted on 2/21/19

I am very sorry to hear of Kays passing. She was a lot of fun to be around when I worked at Cooke school.

 

Wayne Bromwell posted on 2/21/19

Diana and I send deepest sympathy to Chris and the family for their loss of loving father and a wonderful man. Jim had a great sense of humor and always made us smile, he was a friend to everyone and will be missed by all.

 

 

Teresa posted on 2/21/19

You will be missed, Aunt Kay from another... love always,

 

Julia Sherrill posted on 2/21/19

Jim was a super guy. We worked together. Chris and family I’m so sorry for your loss. He will truly be missed. God bless and keep you all in his loving arms. Rest In Peace Jim. We’ll see you again someday! Cheers.

 

Gerald Jacquette posted on 2/21/19

To the Ward family . So.sorry to hear of Andys passing. Andy was a great person always full.of energy and.smiles. Playing softball with him bring back some my fondest memories of him. Andy was a special guy.

 

Al Lieberman posted on 2/21/19

JB, With deepest sympathy, my condolences to you and your family. May you find comfort and peace.

 

Phyllis Bell posted on 2/21/19

Very sorry for your loss, Mimi Joy and Patrice and family. Prayers for comfort.

 

Shawn Smith posted on 2/21/19

JB and family - so sorry to hear of your loss. God Speed to Kay and His blessing on you all.

 

Ron Weade posted on 2/21/19

So sorry for the loss of Andy. My condolences to his family and all his friends. Andy was a great friend and wonderful person. Andy you will be greatly missed

 

Judy Merenda Levitsky posted on 2/21/19

So sorry to hear of Jamie's passing. My thoughts are with the family.

 

 

Susan and Richard Wight posted on 2/20/19

Dear JB, Brook and Heather, We were so very sorry to hear that Kay has left us but know that she is at peace and in a better place. Thinking of you from Australia where we will be until March. Our love to you all.

 

Laurie and Dave Rogers posted on 2/20/19

There are no words to express the loss of your loved one. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family during this time. The only consolation is knowing he is no longer suffering. We mill miss you dearly. You were such a great friend and we're so lucky to have had you in our lives. You leave behind great memories that we will treasure always. We love you. Until we meet again RIP James.

 

 

Sue Heller posted on 2/20/19

I remember Jamie is the kindest cousin I have. I will miss him dearly

 

Cary and Brett Wilson posted on 2/20/19

We have many fond memories of James, Chris and the kids when they were younger. . We pray for your strength during this difficult time and we look forward to sharing with you our fond memories of James when you are ready. We love you all.

 

Jim Stone posted on 2/20/19

JB and Family - Judy and I were very sorry to learn of Kay's passing. We have fond memories of her, especially in the "early days" at Oceana. Our deepest sympathies to you all.

 

Bonnie Pennewell posted on 2/20/19

Sending my love and prayers to the family. Donnie was a very special person in my life and he will always be part of my history that I am very proud of. He was kind and loving in our years together. He is at peace now and is with his loved ones who were gone before him.

 

Walt and Loretta Miesse posted on 2/20/19

Dear JB and family, We are sorry to hear about Kay passing. She was a very sweet person! Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you! Blessings, Walt and Loretta Miesse

 

Jerry Manthei, the Beav posted on 2/20/19

My sincere Sympathy to JB, Heather, Brook and Kay's Grandchildren, I remember her humor, thoughtfulness and zest for life from days in VA-176. She will be missed, but I am sure you all have found memories to cherish.

 

 

Ruth Harris posted on 2/20/19

Andy there is such a Void in our lives since you left us. I've known you & been a big part of your family so long that I actually feel like family to you. You were always so quiet, respectful & gentle to all. Andy may you RIP as we know you are lying in the arms of Jesus. So until we meet again I Love You.

 

Andy Yenchick posted on 2/20/19

I am so sorry to hear of Jamie's passing.. We had a lot of great times together. Everything from football games to borrowing Dad's car ! I know he will be deeply missed. My Thoughts and Prayers for All of his family.

 

MICHAEL P. ROE posted on 2/20/19

My deepest sympathies to you and yours.

 

 

Paula Bromwell posted on 2/20/19

We will miss Jim. He was a great man

 

 

Paula Bromwell posted on 2/20/19

I will miss Jim he was a great man

 

Lenny Satterfield posted on 2/20/19

My deepest sympathies and condolences to you and yours Christine in this extremely difficult time.

 

Eddie & Minerva posted on 2/20/19

Christine, our deepest condolences for your loss, our prayers and blessings to you and your family in this difficult time, we are here for you. May God’s love bring you comfort and peace to you and the family

 

Jim & JoAnn Bedeaux posted on 2/20/19

JB, so very, very sorry for your loss. Kay was a fun person to be around down at MWNF

 

Don Lane posted on 2/20/19

Bernie, fond memories of all the good times with Chris Lane, Bill Mertz, & Sean Brickell at the beach. Living the good life.

 

Gary Youngcourt posted on 2/20/19

Sorry for your loss

 

Butch and Donna Meyers and family.... posted on 2/20/19

Thinking of you all, may God grant you strength and peace....

 

Jackie Williams posted on 2/20/19

Just know that so many share in your loss. As one of the W. T. Cooke family members, her memory will live on with joy for a lot of fun times. I will keep the family in prayer.

 

Bill and Lisa (D'Amato) Harkins posted on 2/20/19

Our deepest sympathy to the entire Stone family on their loss. So many great memories of days I spent with "Stoney" in our teenage years that will never be forgotten.

 

Greg Anderson posted on 2/20/19

Dear Dadson Family, I want you to know how sorry I am to hear about Kay's passing. I very much enjoyed working with Kay at Cooke for many years. She was a very dedicated and caring teacher. She was so proud of her wonderful family. As a Navy wife she did a great job raising a beautiful and loving family. As Kay's principal it was my honor to have known and worked closely with this classy proud lady. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time. Sincerely, Greg Anderson

 

Donna Spence Schuler posted on 2/20/19

I am so sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in the wonderful memories all of you made with her.

 

Larry Shackelford posted on 2/20/19

Jim, Sincere sympathy in the loss of your lovely wife and mother of the children. God speed in your pursuit of happier days. Larry Shackelford

 

Beth Stites posted on 2/20/19

Brenden, Christine, and family...What a sweet family you are and I know this is in part to the sacrifices and love shown by such a loving Grandfather and Husband. Praying for your hearts to mend and that you will remember only the fun, good times. With Love, Mrs. Stites

 

Jean Stewart Knepper posted on 2/20/19

Christine my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time. May God give you the strength you need now and rejoice in the memories you have of James.

 

John K. Gallagher posted on 2/20/19

James, you were my surrogate brother. I will forever cherish the times we had together and all of the wonderful experiences our families had together. We had many laughs, many adventures, and a few tears. Your family will forever be our family. I am a better man for having known you. Thank you, my brother. JK

 

Art Prince posted on 2/20/19

Captain Dadson, Heather and Brook, I am very sorry to hear of the loss of your wife/ mother. She was a wonderful person and mother. I hope your cherished memories help you all through this very difficult time.

 

Andrea and Joe posted on 2/20/19

Christine, we are thinking of you and your family, and praying that you and everyone that loved your James can find peace in your cherished memories of time spent with him.

 

Z-Man and Anna Mary posted on 2/20/19

JB and girls- we are so very sorry to learn of your loss of Kay, we send you our deepest sympathies

 

Charlie “RTW” Nation posted on 2/19/19

JB, Heather, Brook, and family members, I’m so sorry to hear about Kay’s passing. She was a fine lady and great friend. I’ll always remember those Shawdowlawn times with y’all. God Bless.

 

Doris. Hineline posted on 2/19/19

Heather, Ashley and Taylor - we are so very sorry for the loss of your dear Mother and Grandmother - she must have been such a wonderful lady and I am sorry I never got to know her. Our love and prayers go out to you and your family.

 

Al Davis posted on 2/19/19

JB Please accept my deepest sympathies.

 

CH posted on 2/19/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8

 

Bonnie Mizenko posted on 2/19/19

Lee was a talented artist and a compassionate, loving person. I knew her from her employment at the Adult Learning Center. She will live on in my memory for her beautiful smile, generous heart, and ways of connecting with people. May God richly bless her soul and give comfort to those she leaves behind.

 

Judy Stage Marino posted on 2/19/19

NeeNee rest safe in the arms of Jesus

 

 

Louise Schwarz posted on 2/19/19

Love you NeeNee so sorry we didn’t stay in touch but will hold so many happy memories in my heart. Much love to Nicky and Jerry ❤️

 

 

Brian Riley posted on 2/19/19

Rest well cuz, you will be missed and remembered

 

Tommy Hall posted on 2/19/19

Rest well cousin NeeNee ...

 

Nancy D Snead posted on 2/18/19

Dear Peaches and family: So sad to hear of Bernie's passing , I know you will miss him greatly. I will continue to pray for you all as always. Keep this scripture in front of you at all times, "I will never leave you nor forsake you" and this one too, "All who call on the name of the Lord shall be saved". Shalom Aleichem Peaches old friend!!!! God bless all of you, Nancy D Snead

 

CH posted on 2/18/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love. May you find comfort in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8

 

CH posted on 2/18/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8

 

Tom Giordano Jr posted on 2/18/19

My condolences for the entire family. Although I have not seen Aunt Jean in a very long time, I will always remember how excited my grandfather (her brother) Tony would get when she would visit. He loved her very much.

 

Sean Brickell posted on 2/18/19

God bless Bernie's memory and soul. We go back decades to when life's biggest problem was finding surf-able waves. Rest in Peace my fellow Mystic Knights of the Sea.

 

Frances Davidson posted on 2/17/19

We are so saddened by this news about Michael. We know he brought joy to many lives and cherish our memories of him in his all too brief life.

 

Trish Barnett posted on 2/17/19

To my baby brother who I love dearly. Until we see you again. I will truly miss the life we shared. God be with you ..and keep you in God's loving arms..

 

 

Deborah posted on 2/17/19

Miss you

 

Robert Feldman posted on 2/17/19

Your brother, Duncan, was my best friend. You each wanted very different things from life. You, the serious, focused one; and fun loving, hard working, Duncan. Despite that, he had the deepest love and respect for you that I've ever seen a brother have. No one was more proud of you than he. I just hope you knew that. You always soared among us, now you soar above us. Peace.

 

 

Daniela posted on 2/16/19

Judith,I still can't believe you are gone. You saved my life and I will be always grateful for that. Please watch over me from heaven

 

Martha Schoonover posted on 2/14/19

Joan, I am so sorry for your loss and am thinking of you and your family during this time of sorrow. I remember your mom when she and your dad visited you on the UR campus with Buffy. Your mom was so young and beautiful, full of life. Love to you in the days ahead. Martha

 

Sharon Wizieck posted on 2/14/19

Lou, I am so sorry for the loss of your wife. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Sharon Wizieck

 

Barb Odderstol posted on 2/14/19

Dearest Joan and Family: I can still hear her laughing over some current irony in the family as we commiserated at her kitchen table in Basking Ridge. Good memories! Do you remember their 25th Anniversary party? Good memories! My prayers and hugs go with you all as you continue with your fruitful lives!

 

Deb posted on 2/13/19

Joan & family, My memories of Mrs. DaVanzo include her big laugh, her sense of humor and her love for her family. Through the years I knew her, she never wavered in her wish for the best for each and all of you. My sympathies to your family.

 

El posted on 2/13/19

Joanie- Paul and I send our condolences. I remember meeting your Mom and Dad early in our years at UR and it’s very clear from whence your strength and classiness derived.

 

Margaret Spanglet posted on 2/13/19

I am saddened by this. I met her through the art classes she held. We became fast friends. I will miss her dearly. My granddaughter loved her also

 

Danny Klemmer posted on 2/13/19

I am so sorry to hear about your sweet Caroline. My Prayers go out to you and your family. God bless you always.

 

Becky Lemn Mihalik posted on 2/13/19

Sorry to read about your mom's passing. I remember her as a fine lady.

 

 

Anthonette posted on 2/13/19

To the Fagan family i am sorry for your loss may you continue to be blessed. I knew both of your parents they were a loving couple and faithful patients of mine at farm fresh pharmacy. i will miss Ms Dorothy who came to see me weekly god bless you all

 

David Wasdin posted on 2/13/19

I met this beautiful lady late in my life and from day one treated me like I had known her all my life. She was a beautiful and gracious person. She will be missed by all who knew her. My condolences to the Patternite family. Thank you for allowing me to share your mother. Peace into you all.

 

Eva Ryan posted on 2/13/19

I'm so sorry for the loss of your mother. My heart goes out to your family during this difficult time. May your loving memories bring you peace in the days ahead. My sincere condolences.

 

Rick and Linda Waller posted on 2/12/19

Our deepest Sympathy to all of Vanessa's friends and family

 

Natalie Faison posted on 2/12/19

We are so sorry or your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. We am so glad we had the opportunity to meet your mom last year. We love you❤ and God Bless

 

Larry & Bonnie Solis posted on 2/12/19

Joe & Carol, our deepest condolences on your mother passing. Joe, I know how you feel and we pray for you and your family. Just remember she is going to a better place until you all meet again. Our prayers are with you. God bless Bonnie & Larry

 

Phyllis Shames posted on 2/12/19

Cousin Marlene was my favorite red head --- always positive and optimistic. Condolences to her daughters.

 

AnnieB posted on 2/12/19

To the family, my sincere condolences for the loss of your loved one. As you cope with this loss, may you be comforted by the “Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort.” (2 Cor. 1:3) And the hope that soon, “all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.” (John 5:28, 29) May these promises from God's word, the Bible give you strength and a hope for the future.

 

Alicia Blanchard Peycelon posted on 2/12/19

To the Emanuelson family, I remember Honey so fondly going back to childhood. Meeting your family when you're house on Bay Island was being built when Chrissy and Nancy were young girls, many lovely sunset boat rides on the Max Effort, her generosity in letting my kids swim in the pool or crab from the dock. And so many meals shared at my mother's house. They are remembered so very fondly. Sending you all love and hugs, Lisha

 

Racquel Racette posted on 2/12/19

What a precious soul that was loved by so many and will be missed by just as many. My condolences to your family. For every tear that falls from your cheek, may God remind you of a beautiful memory you shared with her and how happy she is in heaven while she waits for her family to join her one day. Much love and hugs!

 

Debra E Chandler posted on 2/12/19

I just heard about your mom. I am so sorry, and I want you to know I am thinking of you and your family at this time. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Debbie Chandler

 

Teresa smith posted on 2/11/19

I will be lifting up Vanessa's family and friends in prayer. She was without a doubt one of the nicest individuals I have ever met.Vanessa was kind,thoughtful,caring,grateful,humorous and had a heart filled with God's love.I will miss her

 

David and Michelle Streuli posted on 2/11/19

The Streuli Family sends our heartfelt condolescences to the Paternite Family during this sad time. Joe and our family recall many fine memories with Jean and Paul as their neighbors in Laurel Cove. She was a wonderful kind person who was loved by all who knew her and will be greatly missed. Wishing the family peace in the days ahead. She has now joined her beloved husband in heaven.

 

Velvet Smith posted on 2/11/19

Vaneso-I hope your beautiful family really knows how beautiful you were to all of your friends. So kind and genuinely caring about each of us as no one I’ve ever met. So many of us will carry on your legacy and never let anyone forget you. Your lovely spirit and smile brought me some of the best days of my life. We will truly miss you. My condolences, love and prayers to your family who loved you so very much. I will always love you.

 

C. Prince posted on 2/11/19

I'm sorry for the loss of your loved one. May you find comfort in knowing that the true God will be there for you through all your trials. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. Please accept my sincere condolences

 

C. Prince posted on 2/11/19

I'm sorry for the loss of your loved one. May the God of all comfort strengthen you now and in the days ahead. Please accept my sincere condolences. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4

 

Diane & Nick Cocking posted on 2/11/19

So Sorry for your loss. At least she is now reunited with Uncle Paul.

 

CH posted on 2/11/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8 Condolences

 

Advanced Technology Institute Staff posted on 2/11/19

You are in everyone's thoughts and prayers.

 

AnnieB posted on 2/11/19

My heart goes out to you and your family during this time. Please know that you friends and family are there for you during this difficult time. May your loving memories bring you a peace in the days ahead. Know to that God cares for you for he promises at Isaiah 41:10 that he “will really hold on to you with my right hand of righteousness.”

 

Pastor J. Maverick Smith Sr. posted on 2/11/19

My condolences to our family. Just remember, "Earth has no sorrow that Heaven can not heal." I pray that the Comforter sustain you in this time of sorrow, for He is a very present help in times of need. God bless you and yours.

 

Doug & Jenny Heisler posted on 2/11/19

We send our sympathy, thoughts and prayers to Linda and Tony's family. We were glad to have met him and saw the smile on Linda.

 

Xiomara Cubilla posted on 2/11/19

Le pido a Dios resignación y que también les de fortaleza a toda tu familia. Paz a su alma.

 

John C. Scott, Jr. (Johnny) posted on 2/11/19

I am so sorry about the loss of your mother. When you all were growing up, we were neighbors on South Warwick Circle. My mother, Gerry Scott is the last living original owner left on that street. Mama said that Dot helped her as a new mother and gave her tips about how to budget the household money. She told Mama to put the money in envelopes designated for each bill each week and then there would be enough for the bills. She also taught her that when a car was paid off to start putting the payments in savings so that she could pay cash for a new car. We had a wonderful time growing up in the 1950"s. My mother will be 98 on February 25th. She still lives in the same house. Your mother was always nice to us. Johnny Scott

 

 

Laura Lane posted on 2/11/19

I was sorry to learn of Vanessa's passing. Her husband, parents, siblings, children, and grandchildren are in my thoughts and prayers. She will be missed.

 

Yolanda Leggett posted on 2/10/19

I am so very sorry for your loss. Please know I am praying for God's grace to get you through this difficult time. Please let me know if you need anything at all. Love, Yolanda Leggett and Family

 

Raymond and Barbara McClenny posted on 2/10/19

We are so very sorry for your loss. We loved Vanessa. She was always smiling and always had a happyl attitude.

 

Bobby and Pat Hudson posted on 2/10/19

Ralph and Shirley and all the family. So sorry for the loss of Vanessa.

 

 

Moira Dessenberg posted on 2/10/19

Vanessa was a ray of sunshine to everyone. Had a beautiful smile. A great friend

 

Teresa Taylor posted on 2/10/19

Sorry to hear of your loss. My heart goes out to you in the loss of your wife.

 

Madeline Ortiz y Fam. posted on 2/10/19

Mis Condolencias a toda la familia y que Dios les conseda,la fortaleza para todos. Dios les bendiga.

 

Michael D. Krause posted on 2/9/19

Ed was my Cadet Colonel. We met again as teachers of history at West Point. When Ed was posted to Korea, Ed asked our family to take care of his wife while he was deployed. We enjoyed doing so. The Ed returned he surprised me with a gift of thanks: Four Korean mounted bas relief warriors. They hang in our home library in Northfield, Vermont. We honor Ed as Cadet Colonel and as serving officer in our great Army. All the best to the Family.

 

CH posted on 2/9/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8 Condolences

 

Mildred Rivera posted on 2/9/19

Mom and Dad send their condolences and are very sorry fof the lost of your mom, may God give all the family the strength you need in this moment, you are in our prayers.

 

 

Mildred Rivera posted on 2/9/19

I will never forget how exited my sister and I were every time our mom and dad starrt making plans to go visit Comay Cruzma and the girls to Salinas and stay to sleep over, it was so nice being with her and her wonderful sense of humor and hapiness, good old times. We will never forget.

 

Tonya Amos posted on 2/9/19

Sending condolences from The Amos Family and continued prayers of strength.

 

CH posted on 2/8/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8

 

Renee & Erik Sherman posted on 2/8/19

Sending my heartfelt condolences, prayers, and love to Ms. Torres’s Family and Friends she was a very sweet lady with an infectious smile. Clara and Enrique should you or your family need anything please reach out and let us know. Love Always and God Bless. Erik & Renee Sherman CRCC

 

Gregory WIlson posted on 2/8/19

Such a pleasure to have Vanesssa and Dave as neighbors. I was jealous of Skeeter because I had to work and he sat at home living the life of a prince. What a painful loss. Love you V.

 

Carolyn Barrington posted on 2/8/19

My heart goes out to you and the family at this time. Know that you all are in my prayers.

 

CH posted on 2/8/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8 Condolences

 

Robin Gaffney posted on 2/8/19

Prayers for the family. Vanessa will be missed by so many people. She was the most giving,beautiful soul.

 

AnnieB posted on 2/8/19

My condolences to each of you. Imagine living in a world free of sickness, suffering and death. It is possible, God's word assures us of such a world. We can trust in his word for he is able to fulfilled whatever he promises.

 

 

Teresa Whittaker Davis posted on 2/8/19

Sorry for your loss. Remember the good times.

 

Vanessa Boone posted on 2/8/19

My deepest condolences to Ralph, Shirley and the family at this time of grief and remembrance. Vanessa was one of the nicest persons I have ever met. She will be missed. Love you family.

 

Danny and Vicki King posted on 2/8/19

We pray that your precious memories of Vanessa will flood your grieving hearts and knowing that she is wrapped up in the loving arms of Jesus will ease your pain.

 

 

Susan Gary posted on 2/8/19

Rest in peace my beautiful friend.

 

Dominic Ruggerio, Colonel USA ret posted on 2/8/19

To Ed’s family Remember Ed from Norwich days and our year in the Armor Career course. Smart guy who we teased about not having to study because he could put a book under his pillow and go to sleep. Yet the next day he would max the exam. R I p my friend!

 

Candace Mianulli posted on 2/7/19

I am so very sorry for your loss. Each of you are in my thoughts and prayers. Please let me know if you need anything. Always here for you. Love, The Mianullis

 

AnnieB posted on 2/7/19

My deepest condolence to your family and friends during the most difficult time. There are no words that can ease the pain of losing a loved one. May you find peace and comfort in know that they are in God's memory and he assures us that we will experience the joy of seeing them live again here on this earth. (Job 14:14, 15)

 

Joyce Lovitt posted on 2/7/19

On behalf of the many friends she has made in her long association with the Adult Learning Center in Virginia Beach, we are truly sorry to learn of her passing and offer our deepest sympathy to your family. We are very saddened by this news. Lee was loved and cherished for her kind heart, warm smile, sweet personality, and abundant talent. Her art was beautiful on so many levels. She taught at the Adult Learning Center throughout the last thirty years and we were privileged to know her and watch her share her talents with so many students. She will remain in our hearts for a very long time and we will be eternally grateful for the special moments she shared with us.

 

CH posted on 2/7/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8

 

Chuck Hogan posted on 2/7/19

Alondo, on behalf of myself, Dusty, and your VariQ family please accept our deepest condolences to you and your family on the loss of your father.

 

Sandra Morris Engel posted on 2/6/19

Dear Cousins--My condolences to you all. I loved my aunt Honey and have the fondest memories of Morris reunions at your home. I regret that Phillip and I will not be able to attend the services. We're traveling to Denver tomorrow morning for our daughter Tara's promotion to Lieutenant Colonel USAF. Praying for you all... With love, Sandra

 

W. Joe Newman posted on 2/6/19

Jean always looked out for me and many others with whom she worked. Blessings to her family as I know she loved each one so much. You are really missed around my place Miss Jean.

 

Jacinta Maria Daniel posted on 2/6/19

I am deeply saddened tto recieve this news. Lee was a dear friend and neighbor. She was extremely smart and talented!! We made it a point to look out for each other. We always kept our monthly lunch dates. Even though Lee was Jewish, she always made sure she put in a sincere and thoughtful Christmas gift on my front steps. Lee loved her art, but most of all her children stood in the middle of her heart. Please know that my prayers and thoughts are with her family during this trying time. God Bless, Jacinta M Daniel

 

Pat Kennedy posted on 2/6/19

Frances has been a very good and dear friend. I have truly enjoyed knowing her and the wit and wisdom she shared over the years. I think I am a better person for having spent time with her. She was very special to me, and my children grew up with her as an extended family member. I am thankful to have had her in our lives.

 

Michele and David Lester posted on 2/5/19

Janet, Jon, Nancy and family of Honey ,We want to express our deepest sympathy and condolences to you all at the loss of your beloved mother, grandmother and aunt. May you be comforted at this time by the many happy memories that you have of her. Memory Eternal

 

Bernadine Haliday posted on 2/5/19

My deepest Condolences to you and your famil.

 

Bernadine Haliday posted on 2/5/19

My deepest Condolences to you and your family.

 

CH posted on 2/4/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8

 

 

linda Hairston posted on 2/3/19

Sincere condolences to you and your family in the loss of your loved one! May God bless you and your family.

 

James T.Taylor posted on 2/3/19

Please accept our heartfelt condolences on the loss of your loved one

 

Jeannie Weissman Meadows posted on 2/3/19

Joclare and Chris I a so sorry for your loss of Michael. Jo Clare I would love to talk to you. My e-mail is [email protected] I think about you often. Hope to hear from you. Sending love your way..

 

Genie Smith posted on 2/3/19

We loved Pastor Hodges , who had a shepherds heart. He will be greatly missed. I'm celebrating his life and we will see him again, this is not the end, but the beginning.

 

Genie Smith posted on 2/3/19

We loved Pastor Hodges and treasured our visits with him. He impacted my life for christ. He is greatly missed and loved.

 

Claudia Fitzgerald posted on 2/2/19

Your mom was the best and Dawn, Nicholas and Tyler, it was great to see you today!! She is so very proud of you all and I will miss her deeply. love Claudia

 

Andrew Cogman posted on 2/2/19

Thanks for all the mischief and generosity, Tony. I can't think of anyone that mixed those two things in the same way as you. I wish I'd known you longer, but I'm so glad I got the chance - rest easy, Bruv.

 

 

Laura and Taco posted on 2/2/19

Fran your in my heart ❤️. Love carries on for eternity. I remember Tony mostly by his food truck so many years ago. And his kindness he show my son Marcus. And always cracking jokes. I can still hear his voice calling you and Sissy. Can’t be with ya. But your family will be in thoughts and prayers here in Texas. Love u Fran

 

Linda Hawkins posted on 2/2/19

I worked with Ms. Gwen only for a short time, but knew she was a wonderful soul...sad to see her go but know her friends and family have awesome memories because she talked about them all the time.Love and Prayers to each of you today and always!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

William J. Allen posted on 2/2/19

To his wife Linda, his mother Frances, daughter Little Tony, and sister please accept my condolences. Tony will be sorely missed by many! For me, he was one of the best friends and brother Mason I ever had. We shared many great times an laughs together. I never saw him with out a smile on his face or that twinkle in his eye. May God bless you all in this time of need. And may God bless Tony!

 

 

Edith Bishop posted on 2/2/19

So many memories of my brother, Ed, this one is of him giving me away in place of my deceased father, when I was married.

 

PreacherK posted on 2/1/19

To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord!! Mrs. Gwen has now received her heavenly wings and she's resting in the arms of Jesus! Have assurance Dawn, Nick, Tyler, and the rest of your family knowing you'll see her again!!

 

Gregory Richardson posted on 2/1/19

Rest easy brother!!!

 

 

Big Brother posted on 2/1/19

I miss you, l miss you, I love you Gwen

 

Edith Bishop posted on 2/1/19

Melody, Mackenzie, Michaela, I will try to say what Ned meant to all of us, but words do not suffice. He was the incarnation of everything good. Accomplished, kind, loving, compassionate, loyal, devoted, supportive, disciplined, prolific, and more. He was the perfect son, brother, husband, father, friend. He made us all want to be better. We would all be different if he had not crossed our path. Just think of him as living in the hearts of those he touched, for nothing loved is ever lost and he was loved so much.

 

Edith Bishop posted on 2/1/19

Melody, Mackenzie, Michaela, I will try to say what Ned meant to all of us, but there really are no words. He was the incarnation of everything good. Accomplished, kind, loving, compassionate, loyal, devoted, supportive, disciplined, prolific, and more. He was the perfect son, brother, husband, father, friend. He made us all want to be better. We would all be different if he had not crossed our path. Just think of him as living in the hearts of those he touched, for nothing loved is ever lost and he was loved so much.

 

 

Angie Todd posted on 2/1/19

Heartfelt condolences to Ms. Gloria and your family on the loss of your beautiful sister. My prayer is that God will give you the comfort you need in the days ahead.

 

 

Lori Cantwell posted on 2/1/19

I think one of my favorite memories is when he told the most off-color and inappropriate joke I've ever heard about an oyster shucker that was so hilarious and creative it even brought him to tears of laughter. That joke ricocheted for months after producing the same level of laughter every time. I'll never forget that mischievous side grin he would wear any time he said something he knew was crazy. I don't know how he managed to get away with it sometimes but his golden soul always shown through. He brought a lot of wisdom, loyalty and support alongside that cheeky humor. I'll never meet anyone else quite like you. Thank you for enriching our lives, finding happiness and making my mom happy. You will be sorely missed.

 

Jeffrey R. Corpstein posted on 2/1/19

My friend Tony (Hebro), we met working late in life as Merchant Seaman on the West coast and hung out then and after that ever since when we could. I wish I could of met earlier in life, he was a spit fire of a guy ready to always lend a hand as he did so well, I’ll miss him and his sarcastic off beat jokes and swagger he carried so well!!!!! I say fair well-fair winds and following seas my friends always Hebro

 

Brian N Gay posted on 2/1/19

Tony will be missed by many of us. He was a stand-up guy who had your back even when people tried to hurt him for his position. I was able to help Tony in his businesses and life, and he reciprocated with the same help with truth and love. I'll miss his funny demeanor and off-color jokes. I'm so happy he came to love and marry Linda who I know coached and helped Tony in life. I wish she had been there for him earlier in his life. She was perfect for him. While I'll never again tilt a glass up with Tony, I tilt one up to him now. Rest in peace my friend. To his mother, Frances, his daughter, Little Tony, and his sisters, I wish you all the best for the rest of your lives.

 

Tammie Dailey posted on 1/31/19

My sincere condolences for the Reid family. I worked with Ms Gwen at theNewport News School System. She became a dear friend to me and she gave me a nickname “ tuts”. Very saddened by her passing, but glad I had the pleasure of meeting her. To know her was to love her.

 

Jeneane Raper posted on 1/31/19

Dr. Morrow, Mackenzie, and Michaela, I am so sorry to learn about Mr. Foster's passing, please know that you all will be in my thoughts and prayers and may God comfort you in your time of grief. Sincerely, Jeneane Raper

 

Kimberlie San Antonio Petrulis posted on 1/31/19

Tony was a childhood friend- who was a lively chap and part of the original Roosevelt Gardens kids we hung out with- prayers

 

Bob Rice posted on 1/31/19

To the family, Please accept my humble condolences on the loss of your beloved Tony. Tony worked for me on the USNS KOCAK as Chief Electrician and he was well liked by all of the Officers and Crewmembers. Tony was a very kind man that was always willing to shake a hand or lend a hand. He never met a stranger. He will be missed but never forgotten. I don't have the words to adequately express how this loss has saddened all of his co-workers other than to say that we hope that the family is comforted by the fact that Tony's memory will serve as a shining example of a life well lived to all that knew him. Again, please accept my condolences in this very sad time... Very Respectfully, Bob Rice- Chief Engineer USNS KOCAK

 

Jen, Ayo, Ayinde, Adisa and Akile. posted on 1/31/19

Uncle Rudolph, I will definitely miss all of your stories about the escapades you and Daddy would have. I know you’re both telling them again to each other and everyone else in Heaven and having a good laugh. Until we meet again... Deepest condolences to Nicole, Karen, Renee, the kids and Aunty Ann; your all all in our thought last and prayers...

 

jack guthrie posted on 1/31/19

Prayers and Love to me extended family. Sorry for your loss. Love.

 

Fr Joseph Mindling posted on 1/31/19

I am looking forward to meeting Tony in heaven. Meanwhile, he will be in my prayers and those of the friars here in Washington DC. May our trust in the Lord's promise of the resurrection bring us hope and consolation.

 

Joyce S. Kallaher posted on 1/31/19

Dear Caitlin and Ben, Along with all the good things in life comes challenges, hard times, and heart aches. The death of a loved one has to be one of the worse experiences in our lives. May it comfort you a little to know others share your sorrow. Dear Caitlin and Ben, Along with all the good things in life comes challenges, hard times, and heartaches. The death of a loved one has to be one of the worse experiences in our lives. May it comfort you a little to know others share your sorrow. This short note is to let you know I care.

 

Terry Ward posted on 1/31/19

Nick and Dawn, May God bless you and the Family through this difficult time. Gwen was a great Friend and a wonderful person with a witty sense of humor who loved her Family. She will be missed. With Deepest Sympathy, Terry Ward & Family Williamsburg, Va

 

SK posted on 1/31/19

May God's Word and loyal love provide you comfort during this time. ~Psalms 119:76

 

Janet and Jerry Garrett posted on 1/31/19

Jim and Jean, Jerry and I are deeply saddened to learn of Craig's passing. Keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Andrew Manigo posted on 1/31/19

Gwen you will be truly miss. You are at peace now, rest now.

 

Roland Barclay posted on 1/30/19

Rest in eternal piece uncle

 

Roland Barclay posted on 1/30/19

May he rest in eternal piece

 

Carole R Petersen posted on 1/30/19

I worked with Gwen many years, what a beautiful soul. She will truly be missed.

 

Marlon Bayne posted on 1/30/19

In Memory of my Cousin Arnim you are at rest now may God bless you. No worries the girls have me .

 

Jacque Lyons posted on 1/30/19

Dear Gloria & Eddie , lm sorry to hear about your Mom . I know she’ll be missed greatly.

 

Jacque Lyons posted on 1/30/19

Gloria & Eddie , I’m so sorry to hear about your Mom . I know she will be missed greatly.

 

Mutt and Peggy Outten posted on 1/30/19

Our Thoughts and Prayers are with you and yours at this difficult time.

 

LeAnna Hatcher posted on 1/29/19

Sympathy for all of you! He was a good man who loved, adored and so proud of his children Ben and Caitlin. He lived life on his terms and filled with so many friends. He will be missed but always in our memory.

 

LA posted on 1/29/19

Dear Family, I send to you my heartfelt condolence on the loss of your dear family member. May John 5:28,29 truly strengthen you to reflect on God’s promises to bring back to life your dear loved one to a beautified earth where he can be reunited with his family, and never have to get sick and die, ever again. (Psalm 37:11,29; Isaiah 33:24)

 

Surf or Sound Realty posted on 1/29/19

Tammy and Steve, our thoughts and prayers are with you are your family.

 

Bruce Bodner, MD, Cpt. US Army Flt Surgeon, Rtd posted on 1/29/19

Dear Kristi, It is with deep regrets and remorse that Joanne and I have just heard of your loss. When last we spoke you were looking forward to an adventure with your flyer in Japan. We want you to know how deeply we feel about this sudden change for you and the family. Always your friend and former patient. Dr B

 

Carolyn Bernard posted on 1/29/19

Remembering Craig as one of my students t Great Bridge High School brings a smile to my face. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Blessings to all.

 

 

F.Davis posted on 1/29/19

Sorry for the lose of Juan Rodriguez Marenco , words can not express the pain of losing a loved one. May the love of those around you help you at this time. Wishing you peace in this sad time. Philippians 4:6,7 http://bit.ly/2txixLk

 

 

F.Davis posted on 1/29/19

Sorry for your lose, words can not express the pain of losing a loved one. May the love of those around you help you at this time. Wishing you peace in this sad time. Philippians 4:6,7 http://bit.ly/2txixLk

 

Charlene & Rodney Axsom posted on 1/29/19

Steve, Tammy and Family, Rodney and I are so sorry for your loss. Please know that you all are in our thoughts and prayers today and for days to come. Lots of love to you all!

 

JW posted on 1/29/19

Dear family, please accept my heartfelt condolences. Though I didn't have the pleasure of knowing your beloved one, I do know the pain of losing a loved one in death. May you find comfort in God's word at Acts 24:15 and John 5:28,29 where it assures us that there will be a resurrection and we will welcome back the loved ones who have fallen asleep in death.

 

Williams Family posted on 1/29/19

Condolences to the Todd family. Our thoughts and prayers go out to your whole family. Psalms 147:3 says God, "heals the broken hearted, and binds up their wounds." May God bring you comfort and peace.

 

Bill & Carole Dewey posted on 1/29/19

So sorry for this untimely passing. Angels are all around us. Always know that in your heart.

 

Bill & Carole Deweu posted on 1/29/19

So sorry for this untimely passing. You all are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Tracey hicks posted on 1/28/19

So sorry for the loss of jinny she was a great lady and will be missed by all who new her

 

AnnieB posted on 1/28/19

Please accept my condolences for your loss, may the God of all comfort, comfort you during this time. (Matthew 5:4)

 

Andy Ward posted on 1/28/19

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

 

MRS. JAN STEVENSON H. & WAYNE HOEHNE & RYAN & LORI STEVENSON & famillies posted on 1/28/19

We, and our family are incredibly sad for your time of grief and the passing of your beautiful daughter, sister, & mother, Jenessa. Our most sincere sympathy we send to you and your entire family. You are in our thoughts and prayers, and will remain so. We pray that God and Jesus will comfort and bless your hearts. Sincerely (John3:16/Jer.33:3/Psalms ch:23) mom of Ryan Stevenson and families

 

 

Jean A. Hudson grandaughter of James W. Gunter, Sr posted on 1/27/19

My condolences for your loss. "May Joyce's soul & the souls of all departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace."

 

Andy posted on 1/27/19

GL, I will miss you. We had a friendship for 40 years. May you Rest In Peace. God bless you.

 

Anne Council posted on 1/27/19

Barbara, May God take away your sorrow with precious memories and give you the love and peace only God can give. I Love You, Anne Council

 

David Beede posted on 1/27/19

Sorry to hear of Eugene's passing. He was passionate about his beliefs concerning recovery. He wanted everybody to succeed and was always willing to help

 

 

Mr. Leslie Benjamin & Henrderson "Boo Boo" Benjamin posted on 1/27/19

You all have our deepest sympathy the Benjamin family

 

AnnieB posted on 1/26/19

Please accept my condolences for your loss, may the God of all comfort, comfort you during this time. (Matthew 5:4)

 

Thomas Widgeon posted on 1/26/19

Sorry For Your Loss Jesus Christ Loves Me We Love You

 

Herb Tatem posted on 1/26/19

So sad to hear of Larry’s passing. My condolences to the family. I grew up with Larry and the Baker family in Indian River and remember the good times. Always good to see Larry in recent years around Great Bridge at the Sunrise Restaurant. Rip “flea”.

 

 

nanci Durrua posted on 1/25/19

Meghan I am so sorry for your loss we love you Love Nanci Durrua & Family

 

Ann V posted on 1/25/19

Eugene, you will be missed and remembered with respect for all your tireless service to our fellowship. Never Alone, Never Again. Rest in peace my friend.

 

 

Becky (Grace) Chikosi posted on 1/25/19

My deepest condolences to you all! George was always such a nice guy!

 

Mary Baker posted on 1/25/19

My thoughts to all the family. I pray that you find comfort in the pleasant memories of George. I know he will always be in your hearts.

 

Nancy Lewis posted on 1/25/19

I'll miss you Billy Ray. You had a big heart. May you rest in peace and no more pain.

 

Mona E. posted on 1/25/19

The first person to paint my fingernails and toenails was my Aunt Janet. She is only 12 years older than me, and our relationship was sassy. She showed me about life without judging me. We didn't agree about everything but she listened and trusted me to listen to her. She had an unforgettable laugh, which would catch like wildfire. She gave me fire engine red lipstick as a teenager and then told me with a wink, it could make you look cheap. She full of irony and somehow she knew how to answer lady questions before I brought things up. She loved girly feminine dresses and vintage gloves, lace, costume jewelry and spiders. She would point out spiders and their webs and the intricate patterns they wove. She would tell me it's ok to talk to animals and ghosts. She made red beans and butter for me when my dad didn't show up, again. She told me you're gonna make a lotta bad biscuits before you make any good ones. And that's ok. I loved her for that. She taught me so much and checked on me as a young woman in a really dark place. One story that really sticks in my mind was when I was small we had this family friend who was in danger of having her kids taken. This family friend's home was a horrible mess. It was filthy. My aunt Janet had such empathy for this woman. My aunt Janet cleaned, mopped, scrubbed, washed loads of blankets and dealt with a pesky niece with non-stop questions. I know she nearly puked several times- and I said 'hey why are you doin that, she should clean up her own mess.' My aunt Janet agreed with me. She wasn't a fake person. But she said we help people sometimes because people lose their way. And those little boys need their mom. I of course rolled my eyes and said 'Gross'. I loved her, my Aunt Janet for also telling me if I wasn't going to help her then to move my ass outta the way! She wasn't shy about telling you if you smelled or if you had an ugly shirt on. She told me countless times this one striped shirt was better off in the garbage and that I was wearing witchy shoes. She painted me a special painting for my 18th birthday and she made the background hues dark brown and black with daisys in the center. She said with a smirk, since I was into all that darkness. I was in a 90's goth phase at the time and I could always appreciate her wit. I loved daisys because she carried daisy flowers the day she married my Uncle Mike. My dad drove Aunt Janet to the wedding; with me riding in the middle. She was nervous and asked my dad if it was ok she was wearing blue, did she look ok. My dad was a quiet man, he nodded and told her she looked good. Even at 4 I knew it meant the world to her to have that support as a headstrong teenage bride. I wanted to know if her boyfriend Mike, knew she going to the park to get married. Because they watched me sometimes and I really liked him. My dad laughed out loud and Aunt Janet told me to be quiet. ^_^ My Aunt Janet was an amazing woman. I'll miss her, but I'm so very thankful to have had her in my life and I still have that biscuit pan in my oven. My biscuits are never as good as hers, but I know she'd tell me to put a little lipstick on and keep tryin'. Hugs to Uncle Mike, April (jelly bean counting queen), Tyler, Jennie, Devin, Matthew, KayKay, and all the animals and spiders in the house. We're remembering her <3

 

Renee Howard Riley posted on 1/25/19

There are sooo many memories of Uncle Buddy. Without a doubt growing up he was my herio. Superman couldn’t touch him. He was so good to his family and protected all of us. Growing up when families supported each other he was close to his brother & sisters and showed them love in return. They left all of us neices & nephews with big family shoes to fill. Uncle Buddy worked hard and was respected by many for his skills on the crane. I remember the stories about the lifts & lengths of the reach of his crane. He will always be my hero for reasons too numerous to tell. And probably cause he’d want me to hold some of heroic situations to myself. Lol Love you, Uncle Buddy ❤️❤️

 

Theresa Pittman posted on 1/24/19

So sorry for your loss. The first time I ever met her, she made me laugh. I loved her honesty & sense of humor. She will be sorely missed.

 

Barbara E Hubbard posted on 1/24/19

Renata and I knew each other for over 40 years. She helped inspire me to paint again, and we enjoyed our classes together at now MOCA. You will be missed, Renata. Love, Barbara

 

 

Polly, Michael and Cory McAlea posted on 1/24/19

Buddy was such a sweet man, he will be greatly missed. Love, thoughts and prayers to Barbara, Eric, my sister Holly, Riley and Kristy as well as to the entire family. Heaven gained quite an Angel. RIP Buddy

 

LA posted on 1/24/19

Dear Family, I send to you my heartfelt condolence on the loss of your dear family member. May John 5:28,29 truly strengthen you to reflect on God’s promises to bring back to life your dear loved one to a beautified earth where she can be reunited with her family, and never have to get sick and die, ever again. (Psalm 37:11,29; Isaiah 33:24)

 

C.A. & Becky Howard posted on 1/24/19

Uncle Buddy was always so much fun to be around and had a good word for you. He was so generous with his veggies and always proud of the garden when we stopped by. We know there is a great reunion going on in heaven now. Love and Prayers, Becky, C.A. and Clayton Howard

 

Faye Lewark Daniels posted on 1/24/19

My thoughts are with you and your family at this time; may your memories bring you comfort. “Perhaps they are not stars, but rather openings in heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy.” ~~ Eskimo Proverb

 

Robert Smeltz posted on 1/24/19

Alex was one of the earliest influences of my life. We enjoyed many summers together at pike run. This pains and breaks my heart that this happened. My deepest condolences to the Varga family. I’m so sorry and I will always love you all..

 

Chaplain Carroll Hutcheson posted on 1/24/19

Rob and family. My prayers have been with during these difficult days for you.

 

Ken and Lana Farmer, Currituck, NC posted on 1/24/19

We are so sad to hear of Mr. Rozier's passing. We met him on several occasions while visiting Theresa and Lee. He was always so kind and friendly. Our deepest sympathy to all of the family.

 

Kristy Spears Moore posted on 1/24/19

My grandpa was a an amazing man. So loving and funny. I remember when I was little and he would scare me and my cousins with his big toe because it got ran over years ago by a tractor. Next thing you know the NASCAR would be on tv and then he would be snoring moments later. But one thing for sure is how beautiful he made me feel. He would always say to me “hey good lookin” or “hey pretty” and that just always made me feel beautiful inside and out. I love you grandpa.

 

Kristy Spears Moore posted on 1/24/19

Grandpa was a wonderful man. So loving and funny. I remember as a little girl he would try and scare me and my cousins with his big toe because a tractor ran over it years ago. Put the NASCAR on the TV and he would watch for awhile then catch him snoring. Another thing that will always stick with me is how beautiful he made me feel. He would always say “hey good lookin” or “hey there pretty”. He was one of a kind and always can make ya smile. Love you grandpa.

 

Betty Pugh posted on 1/23/19

To Pat and the family, I was deeply saddened to hear of my cousin passing. May God grant you strength to endure this time of bereavement. He will truly be missed!

 

Eddie Brady posted on 1/23/19

A friend and cousin lost to early. Eddie

 

Heath posted on 1/23/19

Sorry for your loss

 

 

Bubba lewis posted on 1/23/19

Sorry for your loss

 

Jerry Flug posted on 1/23/19

What a wonderful lady! Love to the family.

 

Danny and Alice posted on 1/23/19

Your Mother never failed to show God's love to everyone she meet. We will never forget her faithfulness. Loved her and praying for all her family .

 

Edna Roan Wright posted on 1/23/19

So sorry ! Her testimony and prayers could help others ! Couldn’t visit much lately because of health reasons but loved her ! Will be praying for family ! Love

 

Janet Styron posted on 1/23/19

Dear Gloria and family, May God bless and keep you during this time of sadness and give you peace.

 

Ginger posted on 1/23/19

Always loved her powerful prayers and will miss our little talks. Love you all.

 

Susan & Don Borte posted on 1/23/19

Meeting Renata about 40 years ago as she was teaching our son Derrick, was an important relationship for our family. Her wisdom, humor and talent, intensified the relationship. We have lost a more valuable friend. Rest In Peace Renata. You gave everything you had to enrich so many.

 

Mary White posted on 1/23/19

I am so ss to hear this. Prayers for your comfort and peace during this difficult time

 

CH posted on 1/22/19

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

 

CH posted on 1/22/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8

 

Obataiye Akinwole posted on 1/22/19

I want to extend my condolences and my deepest sympathy to you and your family. I will miss my friend and teammate.

 

C.C posted on 1/22/19

The lost of a love one is the most difficult time one can experience. The scriptures gives us comfort. Our heavenly Father care for you and provides comfort 2 Thessalonians 16&17 and 1 Peter 5:7 We will praying for you and your family at this very difficult time. it our hope that you find comfort in the scriptures,family, and friends.Thinking of you and your family at this difficult time.

 

Bess Decker posted on 1/22/19

What a beautiful, amazing women! Her obituary read like a wonderful story. Throughout her life, managing a big family and still having a fulfilling life, she was able to instill in her children a strong work ethic so that they could always be as independent as she was. Coleen, Kevin and family, Our deepest condolences. Bess Decker & Family

 

Duna & Charles Ellis posted on 1/22/19

Our deepest sympathy and prayers go out to Pat's family during your time of a great loss. We were blessed to have gotten to know Pat for so many years. From the first time meeting her at my Dads, she always had a smile on her face. Many of our conversations and laughter we had were about her family and grandchildren, you all were her world. May your memories give you comfort in the days ahead.

 

AnnieB posted on 1/22/19

My heart goes out to you and your family during this time. Please know that you friends and family are there to comfort and support you during this difficult time and may your loving memories bring you a peace in the days ahead. Know also that our father of tender mercies care for you and promises that we will see our dear loved ones again. (John 5:28, 29)

 

Roxanne Jackson posted on 1/22/19

Jon and family you are in my thoughts and prayers as you go through these days of sorrow ! The Memories of your Mama will carry you through ! A great woman has gained her wings

 

Wynona Blackburn posted on 1/21/19

I had the Blessing of being a neighbor of Pat's here at Sullivan House. She was a sweet loving and kind person. Everyone here loved her and will miss her. May God be near and comfort the family.

 

AnnieB posted on 1/21/19

I’m sorry to hear of your loss and my deepest condolences are extended to your family. An encouraging scripture that’s may help you through this time of great loss is Job 14:14, 15.

 

Alvin Reggie Pearman posted on 1/21/19

Eddie Watson the Legend I was there, at the Massapequa Relays in 1964 when Eddie Watson ran his first 9.6 one hundred yard dash. The competition included some of the finest sprinters of Long Island. But the race was virtually over at the sound of the gun, when Eddie exploded out of the blocks, leaving the competition in his dust. That race announced Eddie as one of Long Island’s finest sprinters. His legion was born and the value of Eddie’s unique hill training was confirmed in that one race. We had never seen an explosive start and acceleration like Eddie’s. Though Eddie was enormously talented, he never took his God given talents for granted, but honed them daily with relentless determination and focus. It is no wonder that he was able to continue his running career at North Carolina Central and many years after in Masters competition. One of Eddie’s greatest blessings was his beautiful wife Patricia. Proverbs 18:22 says, “He who finds a wife finds a good thing and obtains favor from the LORD. Proverbs 31:10-12 says, “Who can find a virtuous woman? for her price is far above rubies. The heart of her husband doth safely trust in her, so that he shall have no need of spoil. She will do him good and not evil all the days of her life.” I am going to miss my friend and brother in Christ, Eddie Watson. Alvin Reggie Pearman

 

Cheryl Dryden (Herbert) posted on 1/20/19

Wow what can I say. You will be missed. I will always cherish the memories I have growing up with all my brothers and sisters. All the fun and crazy things we did as kids. I love you Pat. Rest in peace. I love my brothers and sisters. Always stay in touch

 

John and Pam Donahoo posted on 1/20/19

Such a kind and beautiful soul. What a warm and welcoming lady - always smiling!! I am so sorry for your loss. I am sending prayers for all of you. The first time I met Janet I thought her and April were sisters!! God has a new angel in his heavenly domain but we will surely miss her. Rest in Peace my friend. Your work and suffering on this earth is through.

 

Patsy (Patricia) Saul posted on 1/20/19

Dear Family of Patricia Herbert - My heart goes out to you all as you grieve the loss of a most special lady in your lives. I met Patricia in Great Bridge around 2004 when one of the family members moved into a new home off of Cedar Road. I was welcoming new neighbors in the area, and she happened to be there on that day when I arrived. In February of 2005, I received a call from Patricia and I have been her "Mary Kay Lady" ever since. My husband and I moved from Great Bridge to Atlantic Shores in Virginia Beach three years ago, and I was then able to deliver in person to her rather than mailing her order. What a great personality she had and always upbeat, regardless of what was going on in her life that wasn't pleasant. I was shocked to read her obituary in the newspaper, and still can hardly believe that she is now in her Heavenly home. We always had great conversations when we saw each other and laughed a lot. That's the way she was. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I miss her now and will continue to.

 

Yvette Donadelle-williams posted on 1/20/19

Condolences to Eddie's wife and family. Eddie was my classmate, a great athlete, a voice like silk and a friend. Always encouraging others. Remember, god promises, Joy will come in the morning and it will come again in all your memories of him.Eddie was quiet and a gentleman. Rest in peace my friend.

 

john haislip posted on 1/20/19

i will miss u donna kaye .......posted by ur freind always

 

Irene Truitt posted on 1/20/19

until we meet again

 

Irene Truitt posted on 1/20/19

So sorry to hear of Janet passing Janet was a sweet person and love her family to the end.i rember when you were a little girl you and Carolyn would come and spend summer with us you have grown up to a beautiful women and we will miss you give Carolyn a hug for us we miss her to until we meet again

 

Eileen and Bill Braund posted on 1/20/19

We send our condolences and love to her family especially Chris, Cathy, and CJ Buzzy.

 

Courtney knowles posted on 1/20/19

Aunt Janet was like a second mom. She helped raise me and took care of me after school for a time. I remember sitting in the kitchen with her while she cooked or washed dishes and just talking about old family stories, one of my favorite things to do. I remember at one point her telling me Tyler was so small that she should eat butter to help gain wait when she was a toddler. Love and miss her in our world already. We have lost a wonderful human being and a pivotal member of our family.

 

Mary Parsons posted on 1/20/19

My Condolences to the Watson Family, I grew up knowing Eddie as one of the Greatest Track Stars to come out of Roosevelt Jr Sr High School. Also a beloved Friend and Brother. We were The Montells and he was The Universals . Two Singing groups to come out of Roosevelt. SIP my Dear Brother.

 

 

Jane Drake Koenig posted on 1/19/19

So many memories of our younger days with Cuz Janet to cherish forever..Love & Miss you Dearly, Cuz Janet..You are with your Mom, Dad, Brother Gary, Sister Carolyn & Family members, as well. Till We Meet Again RIP Janet

 

Dee Etheridge posted on 1/19/19

Pat was a dear friend and neighbor who will always be loved and missed by all. Condolences to the family.

 

Moscelyn M johnson posted on 1/19/19

My sincere sympathy to all the family.

 

Chip Herbert posted on 1/19/19

To my step brothers , step sister, half sister, and half brother, and many nieces and nephews condolences for your loss. Mom took on raising eight children and never complained. I will always have fond memories of growing up with all of you. God bless her and all of you. Your brother Chip

 

Chip Herbert posted on 1/19/19

To my stepbrothers,step sister,half sister and half brother I wish heartfelt condolences with the passing of your Mom and my step mom. I know she will be missed. We had many good times growing up. Many fond memories of Christmas’s,birthdays,cook outs and camping. She raised all of us to be good Christians and to be successful. God bless her.

 

Jerry Lindberg posted on 1/19/19

Was so sorry to hear of Janet's passing. We have always found Janet to be a genuinely loving spirit and will miss her immensely. Our condolences to the family

 

C H posted on 1/19/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8

 

Melissa Reed posted on 1/19/19

Wishing you peace and comfort during this difficult time. My heart goes out to the family.

 

Terri (McCall) Roach posted on 1/19/19

We were all part of the Briarfield History!!!! Starting with our parents and a lot of our grandparents! We lived on DeGualle and So very sad went to Briarfield Elementary and that’s where my cousin (Donna Snelson) and I met the crew along with the Mets family!! Lots of memories! So very sorry to hear of Terry’s passing with thoughts and prayers going out to the family & friends!!! We will ALL be together again until

 

JoAnn Wall posted on 1/18/19

Some of you may remember me, Jo Ann Wall. Your mother and I became friends when her family moved to Sir Oliver Rd in Norfolk when we were teenagers. We were friends for so many years and grew apart when we started moving into different areas. We still stayed in touch by an occasional call and yearly Christmas cards. Rick and Chris you may remember watching the Wizard of Oz for many years together. I could tell you a few stories of stunts we pulled when we were young. That's for another time, maybe. Your hearts are hurting with your loss, but remember that's where she lives now. My life is richer because I knew her.

 

Barbara Stevens posted on 1/18/19

Peace, love and light to all in Laura’s circle of love.....Love, Barbara

 

Neal and Susan Minsberg posted on 1/18/19

Mary Ann and Family, Our sincerest condolences. May your Mother's memory be a blessing to you all.

 

Neal Minsberg posted on 1/18/19

Steve and Family, May your brother's memory be a blessing to you all. Our sincerest condolences.

 

Christina Heyel Sabene posted on 1/18/19

Dear Todd and family, our heartfelt sympathies go out to you in loving memory of Pat. She was always a ray of sunshine and always had a smile. I hope your memories give you comfort now and always. With our love, Al and Chris

 

AnnieB posted on 1/18/19

I know that words are inadequate at a time like this, but I wanted you to know how very sorry my family is for your loss. May you find comfort in God's promise at Isaiah 41:10.

 

Ashley Phillips posted on 1/18/19

Sending love to you all. ♥️

 

Barbara & Jim Johnson posted on 1/18/19

Pat was a member of our Calvary adult SS class. She was a close friend, and also, in spite of whatever difficulty she had, was upbeat and always with a smile. We will miss her.

 

Donna Hamcke posted on 1/18/19

So glad to have found you, but sorry we never met. My mother would have liked to have seen you again. Rest in peace, Cousin.

 

Ronnie-Lee Sawyer-Glance and Ilene Joy Glance posted on 1/18/19

May you all find comfort thatshe is finally at peace and free of pain. May you all comfort each other and gain strength for the next part of this journey.

 

Cathy (Zellmer) Keaton posted on 1/18/19

I am so sorry to hear about Mrs.J. I was one of those neighborhood kids that she took care of at times, my sister worked for her and Mr. Sticks for years. I have a lot of great memories from my childhood and hanging out at Sticks. My thoughts and prayers are with Jay and the rest of the family. R.I.P. Mrs.J

 

Nathan Williams posted on 1/18/19

Nate Williams memories; Wow where to start. I have lots of good memories of our good friend Wes! In school how we would see each other in the halls or in class and talk and have our laughs and cut up every now and then pulling pranks on each other as well as other friends. Bonfires by the Avon pier thrown by Jeremy Beckham and me and Little Mile Quidley would always come. Because we were a tight knit group of peers. Also known as "your boy's" I remember that night vividly. Because we had a blast. We went and got up with Wes, Beckham, Dustin Herring "dustpan", oh yeah And Travis Sutherland also with me and mike on this night and I told them let's all take a ride really quick. We all were walking to go jump in little Mikes gold truck and Here came Amanda H she was heading towards the bonfire I said come take a ride with us and we went to KNKT shores. Wes and I are cracking up because that is just what we did together. We had everyone rolling.... and we get to our destination and cut up like regular 20 year Olds do. And when we got back there to the bonfire 20 minutes later we all had big smiles on our faces. Idk if any of you guys remember but we had fun on that little ride. But we had a blast. Wes was full of love, laughter, respect and a Genuine all around good soul. He loved life, Everybody in his Life, If y were someone he Called a friend. You were truly his friend. He and I were tight. Not always hanging out with each other but when we did whoever was around us caught his and my laughter and fun. Because it was contagious. Especially when Wes was around. If you were upset, mad or sad. He would make you instantly forget that. Wes I love you brother. We all have lost a very good friend and indeed it is true. The Good die young. I could go on and on and on about memories of our buddy wes... but like I said every single one was positive, good and some will remain with us with our memory of you Wes our Good friend. Until I cross that veil brother to meet our Lord Jesus with you, Justin, Chaps, and so so many more. You and you all live in our hearts and in our minds, all loving and happy and fun memories of the good old boy's and the good times. .. Much love wes. Until then my friend I say good by...

 

NB posted on 1/17/19

My sympathies for your loss. May the God of peace bring comfort to your hearts. Psalms 147:3

 

Karen & Woody Blasing posted on 1/17/19

We are so terribly sorry for your loss. Your hearts must be so heavy. We are praying that you are given strength at this extremely difficult time. Love & prayers. The Blasings

 

Alysia Langen posted on 1/17/19

Rest in peace sweety. you were my best friend. I've known u for 25 years and u were always like a brother to me. Zoë keeps asking about you, which breaks my heart. Shes too young to understand. Your departure has left a hole in my heart that will never be replaced and you will be deeply missed. I take solace that you are no longer in pain and finally at rest. Watch over us, especially Kobe and Zoë, which I know you lived with all your heart. I will see you again. But not yet...

 

C H posted on 1/16/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8 Condolences

 

Cynthia K Rickman posted on 1/16/19

Our thoghts and prayers go out to the Cunningham family. She was a great lady!

 

Terri Galbraith posted on 1/16/19

Tyler, your Altmeyer Funeral Home family in Wheeling, WV are keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers. We are so saddened to hear of the loss of your precious baby girl. May God lift you up and keep his arms around all of you during this very difficult time.

 

Feenie Carter posted on 1/16/19

Rest in peace my friend prayers to the family

 

Feenie Carter posted on 1/16/19

Rest in peace my friend prayers go out to the family also.

 

AnnieB posted on 1/16/19

May your family draw strength and comfort from God's promise at Isaiah 41:10: “Do not be afraid, for I am with you. Do not be anxious, for I am your God. I will fortify you, yes, I will help you, I will really hold on to you with my right hand of righteousness.” Please accept my condolences.

 

Julia Hernandez posted on 1/16/19

I'm so sorry for your loss. Please accept my sincere condolences. I personally know the loss of a mother and grandmother, and the pain can seem overwhelming. However, I found comfort in the Bible's promise for the future (Acts 24:15) I hope this helps bring some comfort in this time of sorrow.

 

Gail Lambries posted on 1/15/19

My deepest sympathies to all family and friends. Terry will be missed by many but I am comforted to know the pain is gone and he is celebrating with many who have gone before him. Prayers to all. Sincerely,

 

Roni posted on 1/15/19

Ms. Sloan was the epitome of Psalms 31:10-31. Her devotion to her family and kindness she bestowed on all she met will be thoroughly missed by those who were privileged to know her. It is my hope that you can find comfort in the scriptures she held so dear, and verses such as John 5:28,29 and Acts 24:15 can bring you a measure of comfort at this most difficult time.

 

Pat Smith posted on 1/15/19

Tyler and Family -- May our Loving God hold your hand as you find strength in His Grace, comfort in the love from your family and friends as you cherish all the many memories with your sweet, darling little girl. My heart hurts so much for all of you.

 

Adam and Angela Wolff posted on 1/15/19

Tyler and Sarah, we are so incredibly sorry for the loss of your beautiful Caroline. I cannot imagine how difficult this is for you, but please know that you are both in our thoughts. She was an amazing little girl and will be deeply missed. Our hearts go out to you both

 

Nan posted on 1/15/19

My sympathies for your loss. May the God of peace bring comfort to your hearts. Psalms 147:3

 

Coach Bob Schmidt posted on 1/15/19

I am so sorry to hear of Terry's passing. He was a great young man,who had had the privilege to know and coach at Warwick High School. My prayers go out to his loving family.

 

Ron, Tracy, Emily and Nolan Shively posted on 1/15/19

We are so very sorry to hear about your loss. Please know that you and Caroline and your entire family are in our thoughts and prayers. God bless.

 

Tracy Heath posted on 1/15/19

I will always remember playing baseball chaser for you and the guys in your yard and helping you deliver your newspapers for free,just to hang out with you.I remember playing with the guys and our dog(snoopy) at the boys club.

 

Stephanie Prettyman posted on 1/15/19

We wish you all Peace in knowing how loved your mom was. Cherish her memory and the love she gave each of you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all... The Boecker Family

 

The Earl Family posted on 1/15/19

Tyler and Sarah, Our hearts shed many tears for your loss. We are heartbroken for the pain and sadness you feel, our deepest and most sincere condolences. Your precious angel, Caroline Rose, will live so beautifully in your heart and many others, forever and always. Arms Around You and extended family through this difficult time. With love, David, Wendy, Zach and Brynn

 

 

Gilberto Villarreal posted on 1/15/19

Baby Caroline standing on the dining room table while being held by Grandma Gigi. With reddish hair, the bluest eyes and cheeks for days, she grabbed at my beard. ❤️

 

Bobby Jones posted on 1/15/19

Terry it has been a long time since we played together on the Giants and White Sox but I would not have traded a minute of those times - we were a team and my prayers are with you and your family. I will cherish those memories.

 

Scot Beach posted on 1/15/19

My heart goes out to you all

 

 

Lucia and Steve Varnell posted on 1/15/19

Rest in peace Terry, the battle is over. Thoughts and prayers for family and friends.

 

Mark & Tara Noble posted on 1/15/19

We are so terribly sorry for your loss. We are praying for all of you.

 

 

Jay Whitehead posted on 1/14/19

Tyler and family I am so sorry for your loss. May God bless you and keep you at this time.

 

Mike Luikart posted on 1/14/19

Beautiful tribute! I’ll be helping you celebrate your mother’s life from WV. Wish I could be there. Mine and Patricks thoughts and prayers are with you, Kevin,Colleen, Brandon, Timmy, Patrick, Shannon and Kody. Love ya brother.

 

Cindy Rozier Hemmel posted on 1/14/19

Sarah and Tyler our hearts ache for you! I truly enjoyed the time that I was able to spend with you and Caroline. We will always cherish her. Love the Hemmel and Paddon Families (Aunt Cindy and Aunt Angela)

 

Spencer Briggs posted on 1/14/19

Peace and Prayers to the entire Cunningham Family at this time. Your Mother was a very wonderful woman. Blessed to have met her. 143

 

Mike Mastice posted on 1/14/19

Stan, you have my sincere condolences. Hold your head up during these difficult times. Always remember I'll be there for you. My prayers are with you. Mike M.

 

Lavinia Manley (TCC) posted on 1/14/19

Tyler, I just want you to know that you and your family is in my prayers and my heart goes out to you and your family. I pray that God gives you and your wife the strength you need to get though this time in your lives.

 

Mary Lauren posted on 1/14/19

I am so so sorry for the loss of your sweet beautiful little girl, Tyler and Sarah. She was so full of life, happy, and just as sweet as can be. Sending all the prayers, love, and support you all's way during this difficult time. If there's anything I can do for you please let me know. God Bless you both.

 

Joyce Restivo posted on 1/14/19

Dear Christine and Marc, So sorry for your loss. Watching the video brought back many happy memories. Hope your memories of your dad bring you comfort.

 

Teresa Fitzpatrick posted on 1/14/19

I will miss seeing Clare around St. Matthew Church. No matter what she had going on in her life, she always had a smile and a kind word to offer! She had a special way of making people feel good! RIP, Clare! You will be missed!

 

J.B. Davidson posted on 1/14/19

Stan, My heart goes out to you at this time. You and your family are in my prayers.

 

Michelle Blake (TCC) posted on 1/14/19

Tyler, I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. I pray God comforts you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Frances Griffin posted on 1/14/19

Tyler and Sarah, thank you for allowing me to be a part of your family and sharing pictures with me. Please know that I am here for you both. I pray that God will strengthen you comfort you at this time and always.

 

Mike Supan posted on 1/14/19

I offer my sincere condolences. I lost my mom in 2017. I know that such a loss as yours is not easily sustained.

 

Vickie "Lamphier" Powell posted on 1/14/19

Dear Barbini Family. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time. May the many wonderful memories of your mother help you find comfort.

 

Deneen Gordon posted on 1/14/19

Dear Theresa and Barbini Family, We send our prayers and love to the entire family. May the Peace of God be with you! How gracious of God to have given you such a loving and caring mother. Mrs. Barbini was sweet and kind to everyone in the neighborhood. She had a wonderful spirit and now she is at rest. We are blessed to have known her. Mrs. Barbini, you will be greatly missed. Theresa and Family, you are in our prayers. Whatever, we can do to help, please let us know! God Bless You, Deneen, Annie, and Gordon Family

 

Steve Cornell posted on 1/14/19

Fran and family, I was very saddened to see John passed away. It was indeed a pleasure to have him as a teaching colleague. He was a fine, dedicated teacher, coach and very importantly, a family man. May John Be At Peace and Fran, God Bless You and Your Family. Keep those wonderful memories alive.

 

Kris & Diane Busch posted on 1/14/19

Our hearts go out to you in this very difficult time.

 

Jean Mercer posted on 1/14/19

Jean, Mary Ann, Kay, Barbara and Theresa, Richard and I extend our deepest sympathy for the loss of your mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family. Richard and Jean Mercer

 

Charles C. Schmitt posted on 1/13/19

Willis was my only first cousin. He and I both loved cars and when we first met he had a old black hot rod and we cruised around together. He was five years older than me and I looked up to him. He shall be missed.

 

John, Madeline, & Molly posted on 1/13/19

Sweet Caroline Rose, may God hold you in the palm of His hand. Rest in peace forever in paradise with all our love.

 

Mark Keeler posted on 1/13/19

Barbara and the Klemperer family, my thoughts and prayers are with you all during you time of loss.

 

barbara wood posted on 1/13/19

To all the Barbini family, My prayers are with you and your families. Clare was an inspiration to me and our family. She was a wonderful Mom, Grandma and in my mind, a Saint. She left behind her legacy and I know, in time, she will shine in you all forever. May God Bless you all. Love to all the family.

 

Thomas M Malchak posted on 1/13/19

John was a very special person who helped many strive to be better. He will be missed by everyone he met and taught, he was full of life and energy which allowed him to live his life to the fullest. I enjoyed the summer we coached the softball team " The Binghamton Ponies" he made it fun and educational for all.I am sure he made it through the gates and is now in the big (softball) show where there is only sunny days.

 

Susan and Paul Davenport posted on 1/13/19

With deepest symphathies.

 

 

Lew Samuels posted on 1/13/19

Our condolences, Lew and Cheri Samuels

 

Nick Conner posted on 1/13/19

Dear Kay and family. I was very sorry to read about your mom passing away this week. Although I did not know her, from her obituary she lead a full and wonderful life. No doubt she always had a smile and enjoyed friends and family. Our prayers will be with you this week. Best regards, Nick and Lauren Conner

 

Sharon Mottram posted on 1/13/19

Jeanne, My heart goes out to you and your family. Hugs and prayers during this difficult time. Words cannot adequately express what you are going through at this time. You are in my prayers.

 

Leslie garrett posted on 1/13/19

Oh Theresa, Mary Ann, Jamie and Julia. My heart goes out to each of you. Your mom was such a wonderful woman and I know how dearly you loved her. And she so loved all of you. She has left such a loving mark on each of our hearts and the world as a whole. I am thankful to have been a small part of her life. Love you all, Leslie Garrett

 

Wendy Droll posted on 1/13/19

I am so very sorry for your tragic loss! May God give you the strength needed for you and your family.

 

Amia Jones (TCC) posted on 1/13/19

Please accept my warmest condolences, I am deeply sorry for your loss. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Burnie Saddler posted on 1/13/19

Jeremy, Darn dude, I just seen you in the grocery store today. Man you have options, you don't have to fight that type of way. May your walk be peaceful.

 

 

Wendy Bastian Settlemire posted on 1/13/19

So sorry for the loss of your sweet angel. She will forever be in your heart. R.I.P. Sweet Caroline❤ The Settlemires (part of the Bastian family)

 

Ron & Helen posted on 1/12/19

Jeanne, our hearts are with you at this time of pain and sorrow. Hopefully time will allow the pleasant memories to return.

 

Bob Round posted on 1/12/19

I’m so sorry for your loss! She will be in our prayers.

 

Spears Family posted on 1/12/19

Tyler and Sarah, so sorry for your loss of Caroline, our prayers & thoughts are with you during this hard time. With all the love you'd given you were the best parents Caroline was blessed with. May God comfort you & family, as we all know we will be reunited with our loved ones.

 

Nan posted on 1/12/19

My sympathies Psalms 147:3

 

Sandra Wills (TCC) posted on 1/11/19

God bless you, and yours, as you go through this trying time. You are in our thoughts and prayers. May you fine comfort and strength in your memories.

 

Gary Bates posted on 1/11/19

Jackie, my heart goes out to you, Barbara, and the rest of your family. She was a Poplar Halls mom, and that's something special. Prayers that all of you will reunite with her in heaven.

 

Larry Brown and family posted on 1/11/19

Although I worked at the School Plant services, I always enjoyed going to work at Kempsville High School. Mr. Ridges was always pleasant and never complained. RIP Mr. Ridges

 

Randy Tymofichuk posted on 1/11/19

To the Klemmer Family Our thoughts and prayers go with you at this most difficult time.

 

cliff wiggins posted on 1/11/19

John and Sean, I'm sorry for your lost.

 

Rhonda Fleming posted on 1/11/19

God gave us an angel on earth and now she is our angel in Heaven. I will miss Clare and her beautiful smile but she gave me a new family when she welcomed me into her home. I loved her and I will always carry her in my heart.

 

C H posted on 1/11/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8 Condolences

 

Amber Kennedy Kent posted on 1/11/19

Tara, I will always remember your mom in the kitchen, making something or just finished making something. She was such a lovely, warm, and welcoming woman. I loved spending time at your house when we were kids. Sending peaceful, loving, healing thoughts to your whole family during this time.

 

C H posted on 1/11/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8

 

Pansy Steele posted on 1/11/19

My dear Katie and family, I have never had to do something so sad as to send this message to you. My heart is breaking for you. No words even come to me. Just letting you know you are sincerely thought of at this desperate time. Much Love, Pansy

 

Wes and Carrie Green posted on 1/11/19

There are no words. God bless you all with His courage and Grace. You all are in our prayers and our hearts are broken for you. God bless Caroline Rose

 

Lori, Al, Marie Dretsch posted on 1/11/19

So sorry for your lost.Blessed be the new Angel in heaven.

 

LuAnn Kruger posted on 1/11/19

It was my privilege to have worked with Mr. Isiah Ridges for a number of years at Kempsville High School. He was the hardest worker I have ever met. Always with a smile on his face and a kind word for everyone. GOD bless you, Mr. Ridges. Our world would be a much happier place with more people like you!!! Generous, gracious and loving towards all people!!!!

 

Margie McCormick posted on 1/11/19

Dear Kay, I am so very sorry for your loss. Our loving Lord Jesus has reunited your dear parents,and I wish you peace and comfort.

 

Emma (TCC) posted on 1/11/19

My heart goes out to you, Tyler, as well as your whole family. While it never seems like enough, may all of the memories made and shared with your sweet Caroline always comfort your hearts. Thinking of, and praying for, you all during this time.

 

Donna/ Colony Beach Florist posted on 1/11/19

Tyler, I am so sorry to hear about your precious little girl.. You and your family take care. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Jim Hatfield posted on 1/11/19

Sarah and Tyler, The Lord has called to the sweetest Angel of Angels. Our hearts hurt for you and Tyler. May our prayers and our Lord comfort you. God bless baby Caroline and God bless you and your family.

 

Devon Q. Evans posted on 1/11/19

Devon Q. Evans (Grandson) Granddad, there is so much to say in a limited space. I would like to say, being in the Army for 26 years, we use the term quiet professional, someone who accomplishes the mission(helping others) without seeking praise or recognition. Granddad you are the epitome of a true quiet professional. Thanks for teaching me how to drive at 13 years old(don’t use both feet) and so much more in my 48 years of life; I am grateful. I can’t tell you how glad I was to see you on 23 Dec 2018 as you were driving around checking on Family members. You will be sorely missed, R.I.P Grandad!

 

Devon Q. Evans posted on 1/11/19

Devon Q. Evans (Grandson)1/11/2019 Granddad, there is so much to say in a limited space. I would like to say, being in the Army for 26 years, we use the term quiet professional, someone who accomplishes the mission(helping others) without seeking praise or recognition. Granddad you are the epitome of a true quiet professional. Thanks for teaching me how to drive at 13 years old(don’t use both feet) and so much more in my 48 years of life; I am grateful. I can’t tell you how glad I was to see you on 23 Dec 2018 as you were driving around checking on Family members. You will be sorely missed, R.I.P Grandad!

 

Petra Crouch posted on 1/11/19

I worked at Kempsville High School for many years.I used to see Mr. Ridges every morning and he was always smiling and was very kind to me. In one occasion I lost a necklace that belonged to my grandmother. I was very upset because it meant a lot to me. The next morning he went to the math office and had the necklace for me. He found it in the math bathroom floor. I gave him a big hug and he was very touched. when he retired, I missed his smile and talking to him. Rest in Peace Mr.Ridges.

 

Michelle Esquivel (Sanchez) posted on 1/11/19

We send our deepest condolences to the Klemmer family. The Esquivel family (Michelle Sanchez)

 

Norman D Soroko posted on 1/11/19

Tyler and Sarah. My heart just exploded when I heard tonight of the loss of your precious gift that God gave you both several months ago. Please know you both and your families, have my deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences. You are surrounded by so much love, I know the pain is severe, but I hope the love will ease the pain as time goes on.

 

Shirley Pritchard posted on 1/11/19

Vera was a past member of Fairfield Garden Club. So sorry to hear of Her passing. My prayers are with you

 

 

The Patrick Family posted on 1/11/19

Sarah and Tyler, There are no words that can explain the sorrow and pain we feel for the loss of baby, Caroline. Please accept our deepest sympathies during this very difficult time. Prayerfully, Bobby, Zelda, Morgan, and Madisen Patrick

 

Diane Carpenter posted on 1/11/19

My deepest sympathy to the entire family. Love and prayers to all.

 

Carol Bryant posted on 1/11/19

Vera was one of the most beautiful people I ever had the pleasure to know inside and out . I worked with Vera for almost 20 years. We had a lot of laughs ! My condolences and prayers go out to the family.

 

Ray and Judy Cohoon posted on 1/11/19

This is a most difficult time of your life and even difficult to try and find the words to let you know how much everyone is saddened by this little angle being called to heaven. I do pray God heals your heart quickly. I am so very sorry. Love to her whole family.

 

Ruth Howington posted on 1/11/19

Sarah & Tyler there are no words to ease the pain in your hearts, I hope you know what a support group y'all have behind you. God bless little Caroline and your families at this time.

 

 

Brandon H posted on 1/11/19

Tyler and Sarah, You are surrounded on all fronts by friends, pillars of strength upon which to lean when you need us, arms to carry you when you fall. We mourn with you, but, we also celebrate with you. For her family who gave her all the love in the world, and for those of us who had the honor to meet her, Caroline Rose will always be far more than a memory. You have my unwavering love and support.

 

mary butrym posted on 1/11/19

May Vera rest in peace. She was a member of the Fairfield Garden Club for several years. I came to know her as we learned about gardening together. May all of her family and friends be surrounded by the support you need as you adjust to life without her earthly presence.

 

Deborah Latimer posted on 1/10/19

you will truly be missed you were there for me when my family wasn't you took me in to give it your home and I will always appreciate you for that we won't know for I love you rest in peace my friend 1210 station

 

Claudia Taber posted on 1/10/19

Mr. Ridges was the kinesthetic gentleman. He worked so hard without a complaint. He always had a smile and a kind word. He would always tell me "don't worry a baby I'll take care of that for you." Mr.Ridges was greatly missed after his retirement.

 

Heidi Sonnenberg posted on 1/10/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. We pray for comfort and strength for you all. God Bless you all. Mike and Heidi Sonnenberg

 

Desiree posted on 1/10/19

So sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Randy and Sue Tate posted on 1/10/19

Tyler and Sarah, Our sincere sympathy in the loss of your beautiful little one. I can't imagine the pain in your hearts right now. Praying for God's comfort for you now and in the days ahead.

 

Marie Sullivan posted on 1/10/19

Sarah and Tyler. Wishing you peace to bring you comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. Caroline will remain in your hearts forever.

 

Emily posted on 1/10/19

Dear Sarah and Tyler, I'm so sad to hear of your loss of beautiful Caroline Rose. My deepest sympathy and love.

 

 

Crystal Matthews posted on 1/10/19

I light a candle in honor and memory of your sweet angel Caroline. There are no words to comfort the deepest sadness you will feel but the love and support felt of your family and friends' arms will be your comfort. Lean on them as they will guide you through this new dark world. Katie you and your family are in my thoughts as this is the toughest times you will know as a family! May the love and support get you through the darkest of nights and the saddest of days. Crystal Matthews

 

DC posted on 1/10/19

To a beautiful little girl I never met. You brought smiles to the faces of my friends. May all the people who love you find their way to peace, may you keep watch over them and let your memory be strength. My deepest condolences.

 

Diana Braziel (The Braziel Family) posted on 1/10/19

Our hearts are broken along with each of yours! There are no words to convey how much we’re saddened by Caroline’s passing. We wish we could take away all of your pain. The only thing we can give at this time is our love. We love you and are holding each one you deep in our hearts and prayers! May God comfort each one of you and give each one of you a peace that passes all understanding.

 

Chuck and Vickie posted on 1/10/19

Our deepest sympathy at the loss of your sweetest of angels. May God offer you his strength at this time of great sorrow.

 

Daniel and Leah McDonald posted on 1/10/19

Our hearts are with you all in this difficult time. Sending love and prayers to you all. Peace be with you.

 

Ken and Lana Farmer, Currituck, NC posted on 1/10/19

Our hearts are broken and we want to pass along our deepest sympathy to all of Caroline Rose's family. She was such a joy and always had a smile on her beautiful face. Love to all the family.

 

Jennifer Fried posted on 1/10/19

Tyler and Sarah, you and your family are surrounded by love during this difficult time, and you are both in our prayers.

 

obituaries posted on 1/10/19

To Sarah and Tyler thanks so much for sharing your pictures of your precious angel. I received so much joy looking at them. I pray God will strengthen you both with His love and comfort. Call me anytime if I can help you in any way.

 

Joseph klemmer posted on 1/10/19

Your little angel is always watching over you. Her love and spirit will be in your hearts forever....

 

Rayla posted on 1/10/19

Sarah and Tyler, Daniel and I are so sorry to hear for your loss of your precious beautiful baby girl. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, if there is anything you ever need, please reach out to us.

 

Angie posted on 1/10/19

To Sarah and Tyler, thank you for sharing your Angel with us. She brought so much joy and countless laughs. I pray your strength. Please know that I am here for you both.

 

Dr. Louis Tonelson posted on 1/10/19

I worked with Mr, Ridges for many years at Kempsville H.S. He was one the the finest men I've known and I will miss him. His loyalty, friendship, and hard work endeared him to staff and students at Kempsville.

 

Ivan R Kovac posted on 1/10/19

Art Laurel and I wish you and your family Peace and Comfort on your loss of Vera..Love ones are never gone but live within our hearts.

 

Ivan R Kovac posted on 1/10/19

Art and his Family I have never met Vera however I consider myself a friend of Art and I wanted to express my wife and my heartfelt thought on a long and happy live together and the ones we love are never gone as they live within our hearts.

 

Laura Allen posted on 1/10/19

Karen and family, So sorry to hear of the loss of your mother, mother-in-law and grandmother. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

JW posted on 1/10/19

Dear family, please accept my heartfelt condolences. Though I didn't have the pleasure of knowing your dear beloved one, I do know the pain of losing a loved one in death. May you find comfort in God's word at Acts 24:15 and John 5:28,29 where it assures us that there will be a resurrection and we will welcome back the loved ones who have fallen asleep in death.

 

Bill and Judy Mannschreck posted on 1/10/19

It's been a while since we met with Vera but remember for sure that she was one of the nicest and kindest ladies we have ever met. Her picture shows the beautiful smile that was in our memory.

 

James and Terri Walker and Boys posted on 1/10/19

Art and Family ... our condolences to all of you at this very sad time.

 

C H posted on 1/8/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8 Condolences

 

Brenda posted on 1/7/19

My condolences to Mike's family. It's beautiful that he loved the outdoors the way he did. May you find comfort knowing that God knows the pain you feel at this time and he holds out a comforting promise of the time soon to come when loved ones will be reunited again, right here on Earth in paradise. May this bring you hope and comfort as well. John 5:28-29: “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life…” Luke 23:43 And he said to him: “Truly I tell you today, you will be with me in Paradise.”

 

Brenda posted on 1/7/19

I am very sorry for your great loss. May the God of all comfort bring you comfort during this most difficult time. 2 Cor. 1: 3, 4

 

DT posted on 1/7/19

I am so sorry for your loss. May fond memories carry you through this difficult time and the resurrection hope of Acts 24:15

 

C H posted on 1/6/19

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

 

Dusty Lucero posted on 1/6/19

Sean and Stacy please accept my condolence. I am so sorry for your loss. May the memory of your father always be a blessing for you and your family.

 

Katie and Eric posted on 1/5/19

So deeply sorry for your lost. Praying for you and your family.

 

Cindy (Malbone) Heard posted on 1/5/19

Still can't believe Mike has passed. My prayers and thoughts are with the family. He will truly be missed

 

Jeff Davis posted on 1/4/19

I am honored to have taught and been friends with John. He was someone that you could trust his advice and know he would back you up with loyalty. His life stories were amazing . He did live life to the fullest. He will be sadly missed .

 

Jb & Jeannie Chappelle posted on 1/4/19

Sorry for your loss! Your family will be in are thoughts and prayers

 

Laurie Johnson (VOA) posted on 1/4/19

I am so honored to have met Mr. Clark. While drawing his blood we connected that he knew, hunted with, and loved my late husband Henry Johnson. I like to think we bonded under difficult circumstances. He made a difference in my day each time I was honored to see him! Always a smile despite everything. Rest easy Mr. Clark and shoot some ducks with my Henry!

 

Gayle Brown posted on 1/4/19

My thought and prayers are with you. The three Musketeers must now be two strong.

 

Lenny and Carmen Hollowell posted on 1/4/19

I wish we would have had the opportunity to meet Mike. We are sorry for your loss, and our wishes of peace and comfort go out you and to your family.

 

AnnieB posted on 1/4/19

I know that words are inadequate at a time like this, but I wanted you to know how very sorry my family is for your loss. May you find comfort in God's promise at Isaiah 41:10.

 

 

Candida Garcia posted on 1/4/19

Sorry for your loss. Kenny and I shared some great memories as youth at Parkview Baptist Church. I especially remember all the fun playing softball and flag football. May he rest in peace.

 

Robert Keippela posted on 1/4/19

Very sorry for your loss. I hope that your memories of good times together will help you through this difficult time.

 

Jack Kacergis posted on 1/4/19

My deepest sympathy to the entire Clark Family. I know all to well the pain and loss that cancer can cause. My heart goes out to you all on the loss of Mike.

 

Delma and Bobby Sawyer posted on 1/4/19

Our deepest sympathy to all the family. We have many fond memories of time with the family. She will be missed.

 

Pam Gallup Pine posted on 1/4/19

My thoughts and prayers to the Clark family. May you all find peace in the memories of Mike.

 

Candida Garcia posted on 1/4/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Kenny and I had great memories playing softball and flag football in the Youth Group at Parkview Baptist Church. He was such a great guy. I know he is up in Heaven joking around with the other angels. You will be missed.

 

 

Abel and Pattie Garcia posted on 1/4/19

Kenny was very dear and special to both of us.We have wonderful memories of many good times shared with the Parkview Baptist youth group.May God bless and comfort you.

 

Ric & Teresa Dodd posted on 1/4/19

We are so sorry for your loss. Prayers and love to all Family and Friends during this difficult time.

 

Michelle Calloway posted on 1/4/19

Dear Billie, Frank and Family, We were shocked to learn about the loss Jeff. May your cherished memories of Jeff help you during this very difficult time. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Loretta McCormick posted on 1/4/19

So sorry for your loss

 

terry salmon posted on 1/4/19

So sorry for the lose of your mom the tribute to her was so lovely my love to your family.

 

Leslie Rhue posted on 1/4/19

Your kindness and spirit cannot be forgotten. Your love of your family was and will always be inspiring. It was an honor to know you.

 

Vicky Miller posted on 1/4/19

Billie and Family, deepest sympathies to you all during this great loss. Prayers for you all.

 

Joey Murphy posted on 1/3/19

Sorry to hear of Mikes passing. Just remembering when we played little league baseball at Creeds so many years ago Big guy you will be missed prayers to Jim and Bobby Jason Mrs. Clark and all the Clark family

 

Shelby Chandler posted on 1/3/19

So sorry to hear this. My heart is broken for the family and for my nephew Ethan. Thank you Jeff for all of the love and support you offered him over the years. You were an amazing father and I am forever grateful that you had such an impact in his life. Thank you from the bottom of my heart and may you rest in eternal peace. Praying for the family in their time of need for strength and healing.

 

Billy & Beth Riggs posted on 1/3/19

May you find comfort in all the wonderful memories of times shared with him.

 

Lisa G posted on 1/3/19

Cousin Billie & Frank. My heart hurts for you during this difficult time. Sending love & positive thoughts to you & your family from Wisconsin.

 

Teresa Morris posted on 1/3/19

Billie, I am sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my prayers and if there is ANYTHING you need, please let me know. Love you girl.

 

 

Wanda Batson Hurlburt posted on 1/3/19

Celia you were my best friend for 53 years. Best is what describes you in every way, Best Wife, Best Mother, Best Grandmother, Best Daughter. Best Sister, Best Aunt and the list goes on. I will never forget you or your laughter and sense of humor. God truly placed a heart of gold, in your tiny body, to touch many and we were all blessed to have known you. RIP in your mansion Celia, till we meet again. I love you always! Wanda

 

Cahren “Gunn” Epi posted on 1/3/19

Mr. Seedborg you will always be my Most favorite softball coach! BHS 1990. You were not only an ama I gotta coach, you were also an amazing confidant when one of your students needed you! May you Rest In Peace.

 

Darlene Mundy posted on 1/3/19

Billie, I am devastated for you and your family, for the loss of Jeff. Sending prayers for strength. May Jeff find peace in the lords arms.

 

Raymond Furgason posted on 1/3/19

Miss you bro

 

 

Sarah posted on 1/3/19

So sorry for your loss and sending lots of prayers!

 

Steve Dietz posted on 1/3/19

Big Mike One of the kindest and giving souls I had the pleasure to know Continue your golf,fishing and hunting on a larger scale GOD Bless

 

Steve Dietz posted on 1/3/19

Big Mike One of the most generous loving spirits and gentleman I had the pleasure to know Continue your golf game, hunting and fishing on a larger scale GOD Bless

 

Dawn Emery Francois posted on 1/3/19

My sincere sympathy to all the family . My father tried to always stay in contact with Diane & her siblings. mother, Mildred, as his grandmother and Mildred's were sisters on the Bartlow side. Thank you for letting me know of Diane's passing I always enjoyed our phone visits.

 

Schuyler Maxwell posted on 1/2/19

May God continue to bless you during this time of need.

 

Schuyler Maxwell posted on 1/2/19

My God continue to comfort you in this time of need. I knew Jeff although middle and high school. He was a very high spirited individual. C/O 02

 

James Lash posted on 1/2/19

Billie, Extending my deepest sympathy to you and your family during this time. My prayers and blessings are with you. With deepest sympathy, James

 

Diana Thomas posted on 1/2/19

You will be greatly missed by so many friends. Too many memories to list....but my cherished memory, will be knowing we were blessed to have a friend.....that was an amazing father!!! All our love and prayers to Jason, Mrs. Clark, Jim and Bobby.

 

Shari Brumbaugh posted on 1/2/19

So very sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my prayers.

 

Elizabeth Milne posted on 1/2/19

I'm so very sorry for the loss of Jeff. I hope that happier memories of better times bring you a little peace and comfort during this painful time.

 

 

Traci Jenkins posted on 1/2/19

So sorry for your loss. Prayers to all the family.

 

Boyce Lavender posted on 1/2/19

It was a pleasure knowing Bill and sharing stories while sitting around the wood stove in the evening at the Ramblers Hunt Club Camp. I feel very thankful and privileged to have been his friend and hunting partner. Those of us at the Ramblers Hunt Club who knew Bill will truly miss him. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Helene Copsin posted on 1/2/19

Condolence to the family. She is now at peace.

 

Scott and Sarah Kellam posted on 1/2/19

Mike made everyone's life enjoyable every day at work and personal time. His friendly and socially active attitude drew many his way. He grew his department successfully with pride and genuine care toward our installers and our customers. The whole Kellam Mechanical team misses him so much.

 

Valerie Gardner posted on 1/2/19

Dear Lisa and family you have my deepest sympathies on the loss of your loved one. Even though I never met Alex my heart goes out for your family's sudden unexpected loss. May you find comfort in family and friends during this difficult time.

 

Nancy Keenan posted on 1/2/19

My prayers are with the Clark Family during this difficult time.

 

 

Kathleen Kirk posted on 1/2/19

Always a knight. Go softly into the darkness with this bit of light.

 

Harry Smyth posted on 1/2/19

Thoughts and prayers go out to all of Jeffrey's family and friends. May the Lord greet Jeffrey with open arms and eternal love.

 

Mark B Wright posted on 1/2/19

My deepest sympathies are with you

 

 

Michael Kelleher posted on 1/2/19

My mentor I have strived to be half the healer Dr Schechter has been

 

 

Michael Kelleher posted on 1/2/19

My mentor I have tried to be half the healer Dr Schechter has been

 

Shirley Chappelle Wood posted on 1/2/19

Mike will be missed by everyone who knew him. He was my long time school friend and we were both in 4H. I can remember when in 4H and had to candle eggs. One chicken couldn’t get her egg out and Mike stuck his hand in her butt. I laughed and laughed and he just said “Yucky”. Good times, good friend.

 

Patricia Ortman posted on 1/2/19

I'am so very sorry to hear about Mike I have known the Clark family for years, my deepest condolences to the family, all of you are in my prayers.

 

Bob Baxter posted on 1/2/19

John was a good friend and colleague at Binghamton HS He Also was a great coach who my daughter has the privilege to play for him. He was easy going and a very gentle and caring man! He will be missed by many of us who knew and worked with him.

 

Paul Patterson posted on 1/2/19

Sorry to hear about your mother. She is now at peace. I know how much you loved her. My heart goes out to Vincent, Mary, Erik, Veronica, Scott, and John.

 

Sue Bird posted on 1/2/19

What a wonderful man that I had the privilege to teach with at Binghamton High School from 1993 till he retired. His stories and how he dealt with our students was a true learning experience. What an incredible man.

 

Stan and Cathy Morse posted on 1/2/19

Thousands of hours on the softball field and hundreds of hours on the golf course. You were a great teammate and even greater friend. God bless you "Big Mike". I'll miss you. Our thoughts and prayers for Jason, Jim, Bobby, and the rest of the family.

 

Diane Evans posted on 1/1/19

Thoughts and prayers during this difficult time

 

Sharon Savage posted on 1/1/19

My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends. So sorry for your loss.

 

Randy and Joann Grass posted on 1/1/19

Mike will be missed as a neighbor, fellow ball player and golfer. The golf trips I went on with Mike were some great memories for me RIP Mike

 

Mike & Deana Lanning posted on 1/1/19

We are so sorry for your loss. Prayers, peace and Love to all Family & Friends

 

Kathy Eaton posted on 1/1/19

We had great times together through the years. Sitting on the porch cutting millions of onions, ski trips, Holloween parties to traveling all over with softball.. Mike will be misses.

 

Teddy and Karen Lindsey posted on 1/1/19

A friend to everyone and a brother to most. Our love and prayers to you all.

 

Roy and Ginnie Twiford posted on 1/1/19

So sorry for your loss. Love and prayers. Roy and Ginnie Twiford

 

Chris Pace posted on 1/1/19

My basketball coach. Softball teammate of my brother, father of that little annoying kid that lived with Brandon at Tech, golfer; Mike met me in many different parts of my life. Always was a joy and had a positive attitude and smile in every meeting. RIP big fella.

 

Alton and Melanie Whitehurst posted on 1/1/19

Mike will be truly missed we have a lot of great memories playing softball,shooting ducks or chasing those turkeys and all those laughs Rest In Peace my friend. May god bless you and your family

 

Ed Dockery posted on 1/1/19

Our deepest condolences for the Clark family. He raised a great son. RIP Big Guy.

 

(Frances) Tina Bradberry posted on 1/1/19

Mike will greatly be missed by friends and family. Prayers to all family and friends,

 

Gerald and June Kay Freeman posted on 1/1/19

So sorry to hear this. Mike was a great man that will certainly be missed. We are praying for all of you.

 

Brandy & Jason Dowdy posted on 1/1/19

So sorry for your loss. Fond memories of Mike while I was keeping score on the ballfield when he played for my dad and Uncle Archie.

 

Buddy and Nina Gilbert posted on 1/1/19

Sorry to hear the sad news, Mike was a lifelong friend and one heck of a salesman at Kellam Mechanical. He will be greatly missed. Nina and Buddy Gilbert

 

Kathy Campen Womack posted on 1/1/19

In memory of Mrs. Williams. May you find strength in the love of family and in the warm embrace of friends.

 

Bill Dixon posted on 1/1/19

It was always a joy to see Mike whether at Heron Ridge of the Food Lion. Always wearing that unmistakeable big ol' Clark smile! Jim & Bobby, please know how much my heart aches for the loss of your brother. I know what that is like, no doubt. Keeping you all in my thoughts & prayers.

 

Warren Dixon posted on 12/31/18

Sorry to hear this news. I played a lot of softball with Mike and he was one of the best. Prayers have been sent.

 

Susan Belote Tanner posted on 12/31/18

I just found out about this tonight. I want to high school with Kevin. He was one of the nicest people I have ever had the good fortune of knowing. My heart is broken. Thank you for your service and may you Rest In Peace.

 

David, Lori, and Sarah Robins posted on 12/31/18

Saddened by Mikes passing. Deep condolences to family and friends.

 

Shelly Evans posted on 12/31/18

I know this wonderful lady will be missed deeply by so many people. Condolences to Mary and all of the family.

 

Shelly Evans posted on 12/31/18

My heart goes out to Mary and family at this time. I enjoyed time here and there with Ms. Thatch and I know she will be deeply missed by so many people.

 

John & Dolores Barnes posted on 12/31/18

Donna and Family we were so sorry to hear of your loss. Our hearts go out to you. We are thinking of you as the days go on and we are here for you.

 

Nancy Murphy posted on 12/31/18

Donna, I cannot know the pain your heart is in. Know that you and your family are inmy thoughts and prayers. So very sorry for your loss. Love you cousins in VA. Nancy

 

DT posted on 12/31/18

I am so sorry about the loss of your family member. Please let hugs and prayers bring you comfort along with the scriptures such as Psalms 94:19

 

 

Crystal Gastmier webb posted on 12/31/18

Rest in peace uncle jack!!

 

DT posted on 12/31/18

I am sorry about your loved one. May fond memories carry you through this difficult time until the resurrection hope of Acts 24:15 is realized

 

D. J. Rasberry, Jr. posted on 12/31/18

Donna, so sorry to hear of your loss. Prayers are with you and the family. We love you. Carolina Cuz

 

 

Robin and Gary Tate posted on 12/31/18

Donna, Marvin and Family, Gary and I were sadden to hear about the loss of your son. May God provide all of you strength, comfort, and healing for the days ahead

 

Ronald Cilenti posted on 12/31/18

May he Rest In Peace. Amos will never forget your father’s smile warm heart and amazing BBQ

 

 

Patsy Cox posted on 12/31/18

Such a sweet and loving young man, we all loved you so very much and we will ,we will all miss you so very much. Now rest in the arms of God. In our hearts you will always be. We Love and Miss you always Kenny.

 

Cheryl Harlow posted on 12/31/18

Donna- I was saddened to hear about the loss of your son, Kenny. Please know that my thoughts & prayers are with you at this difficult time. With deepest sympathy, Cheryl

 

Debbie Gordon posted on 12/31/18

May we all be blessed to know another angel is in heaven watching over us. My thoughts and prayers are with the family and the love ones she’s with now

 

Dottie Jackson posted on 12/30/18

Our prayers of comfort and strength to you and family as you go thru this heavy time. So sorry for your loss

 

Dottie Jackson ski posted on 12/30/18

Thinking of you and family as go thru this sad and diffu Ily time. RIP Kenny

 

Kerry & Janice posted on 12/30/18

Nancy, we are so sorry for your loss. We cherish our memories of Uncle Jack and enjoyed the video greatly. We will keep you and the family in our prayers. Love - Kerry & Janice

 

Mildred L Coward posted on 12/30/18

Nancy, I'm so sorry to hear of Jack's passing. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. The tribute to Jack is amazing. I am grateful that you are in our lives. May God bless you and your family and give you strength as you journey through this time in your lives. Just know that you are not alone. Al and Millie

 

Yvonne Rasberry Moore posted on 12/30/18

Donna, so very sorry for your loss. Prayers spoken for family. Carolina cousins

 

Jody Lewandowski posted on 12/30/18

Dear Lisa and family, What an amazing man Alex has been! I wish I had been able to meet him. My heart hurts for you all.

 

Laura walker posted on 12/30/18

My sincere condolences To the family. I hope it brings you comfort to know that God cares for you especially during these hard days (1 peter 5:7).

 

Kathie Richardson posted on 12/30/18

Shirley, so sorry to hear of the passing of your brother. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family as you go through this difficult time.

 

 

Marilyn Vowell posted on 12/30/18

In loving memory of Uncle Jack ❤️

 

Harmony Foster posted on 12/30/18

Jihan, I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family continue to be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Shirley Baker House posted on 12/30/18

Nancy our prayers and love are with you. Sorry we cannot be there, but we are with you in spirit and love. Shirley, Ronnie & family

 

 

Sherman Cartwright DT1 USNR Retired posted on 12/29/18

Great shipmate always fair with everyone. Both of us from Oklahoma. Taught me to play pinnacle. May He Rest In Peace. Fair Winds And Follows Seas Shipmate

 

Joyce B. posted on 12/29/18

I wish to express my deepest sympathy, allowing time to become a healing factor. In God’s Word the Bible it speaks to us about the healing that God will provide. At Job 14:14,15 it gives us the peace of mind that I wish to extend at this time of loss.

 

Georgeanne Sharp posted on 12/29/18

Wishing peace to all of the Baker family, especially you Nancy. I will see you Sunday. Jack was such a good sport taking, picking up Nancy at all our tours. And we would always wave or say Hi to each other. Like many of us, I am of a military family also & therefore appreciate Jack's Navy service. My thoughts are with you.

 

Stephanie Ailstock posted on 12/29/18

I am so sorry for your loss. .Beverly was such an amazing women and a joy to be around. I will miss her especially around the holidays.

 

Mike Olson posted on 12/29/18

Farewell my friend. You can now sail the seas again. A great man.

 

Linda Pirrie posted on 12/29/18

So sorry for your loss he will be sadly missed we all have have so many happy memories of John and enjoyed his frequent call live Betty and linda Pirrie (Scotland)

 

 

Larry and Georgia Grimm posted on 12/29/18

John you will be missed R.I.P. our friend

 

The Smiths posted on 12/28/18

Please accept our heartfelt sympathy on the loss of your loved one. Hopefully reflecting on all the good times you've shared together will help ease the pain that you feel. May "the God of all comfort" strengthen you at this time of sadness, and may His promise for the future bring you peace. Hosea 13:14

 

 

Robin Anderson Wikan posted on 12/28/18

June was one of the most giving person I've ever known. When Jackie and I became instant best friends in the 6th grade, she became a second mother to me. Little did she know I would be become a household item. She tolerated long nights of Jackie and I laughing and us always looking for something to eat. I learned at a young age that this woman would provide me with some of the best food I've ever eaten! We would sit around the table and eat and laugh. Jack Tuck injecting his sense of humor and laughing the whole time at two silly girls. June treated me like a daughter. She was always there for me to give me advise or just listen to me paddle on! It's hard to imagine a world without June, but the world was a better place because of her.

 

I am very sorry for your families loss. posted on 12/28/18

Gordon F. Tanner

 

CDR Simone Walston posted on 12/28/18

Farewell and following seas shipmate. You will be missed.

 

Michael posted on 12/28/18

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

 

Chaplain Ray Fritz posted on 12/28/18

To Frank’s family and friends, On behalf of the United States Submarine Veterans (USSVI), I offer our sincere condolences on Frank’s passing. You and your loved ones are in our thoughts and prayers. We are forever grateful for Frank’s service to our country in the United States Submarine service before, during, and after the Korean War. Frank served aboard Submarines: USS Ronquil SS-396, USS Bashaw SS-241, USS Tinose SS-283, USS Sablefish SS-303, and ballistic submarine USS Woodrow Wilson SSBN-624, retiring as a YNCM(SS). Frank was a proud member of the Hampton Roads Base, USSVI. May you find kindness to warm you, sympathy to comfort you, and cherished memories to bring peace to your heart. To our Brother of the Phin we say, “Sailor, rest your oar. We have the watch. May you rest in peace and may God bless your loved ones who remain. Thank you for your service to our country." “Now may the Lord of peace Himself give you peace always in every way.” 2 Thessalonians 3:16. Angelo, Frank M., YNCM(SS), US Navy, Now on Eternal Patrol -- Fair Winds and Following Seas to our departed shipmate. Frank’s record is posted online in the Eternal Patrol file on the USSVI website. Rev. Ray Fritz, EM1(SS) - Acting National Chaplain United States Submarine Veterans, USSVI and assistant Carolina Piedmont Base, USSVI

 

Bea & Dennis Sweeney posted on 12/27/18

Dear Laura and George, You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers as you mourn the loss of your dear son, Alex. May God’s peace and presence be with you during this difficult time. We love you -Dennis and Bea

 

DT posted on 12/27/18

I am sorry for the loss of your loved one. Please let hugs and prayers bring you comfort along with the resurrection hope of Acts 24:15

 

 

Tiffany Bryan posted on 12/27/18

it was truly an honor to know and work with you!

 

Tammy Kline posted on 12/27/18

Thinking of all of you during this very sad time. May your precious memories of Alex live on as you continue to mourn his loss. Keeping all of you in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Sherry J Bright posted on 12/27/18

Holding all of you in prayer.

 

Joanne Copeland posted on 12/27/18

Dear Laura and Family, I am sorry for your loss. Sharing memories of Alex will keep him in your heart. Keeping you and your family in prayer. Joanne

 

Lynne Sternberg posted on 12/27/18

Sending my deepest condolences at this difficult time. Also sending hugs and love your way.

 

Lori posted on 12/27/18

So sorry he is gone physically but he remains spiritually.

 

Lori posted on 12/27/18

Mr. Gary was a serious man every time I saw him! Never had much to say...but I remember his deep voice the most and his demeanor! Back in the day y’all were like my other family.

 

Sonia Alcantara-Antoine posted on 12/27/18

I am very sorry for your loss. Sending you prayers and kind thoughts in this difficult time.

 

Marlene and Guillermo Saenz posted on 12/27/18

Laura and family. So sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Zelphia Hawkins posted on 12/27/18

Jihan praying for you and your family. Earth has no sorrow that Heaven can not heal.

 

Stan Ling posted on 12/27/18

The news of the passing has left an empty feeling in all of us who knew John.

 

 

Lezeria " Bunny " Liverpool Marsh posted on 12/27/18

Keeping family and friends in my thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time. The Heavens opened and your loved one is now with Our Father. To God be the Glory.

 

Michael Hopkins posted on 12/26/18

Be strong at this time of sorrow in your family's life. May the Lord be with you and his grace upon your family!

 

Lynn Carre posted on 12/26/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Carolyn, and all the family. Fondly, Lynn and David Carré

 

Mary posted on 12/26/18

Lisa, I am so very sorry to hear of your sadness. May God bless and keep you in his arms.

 

Maurice Henderson posted on 12/26/18

Condolences from the Hendersons to the Garys

 

Maurice Henderson posted on 12/26/18

Condolence from Henderson to Gary

 

John Delacruz posted on 12/26/18

Praying for you and your fam during this difficult time. If there’s something you need help with, give me a shout.

 

Chris Lakkala posted on 12/26/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Lena Gonzalez Berrios posted on 12/26/18

Sending love to you and your family and keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Dale Patrick Brown posted on 12/26/18

Beverly and I hadn’t been in touch lately, but I remember her so fondly. We went to high school together and worked together on the yearbook she edited. She also planned a memorable trip my Mom and I took to Alaska. What a smart, lovely lady. I know she will be missed.

 

Ron Jacobson posted on 12/26/18

The best of Alex’s spirit is embodied in his children, two of whom I have been most fortunate to get to know. The combination of a certain kind of tenderness and intelligent curiosity are the most telling of these qualities. Rest in Peace My Friend.

 

Kelly McBride Delph posted on 12/26/18

Such a loss is unfathomable. Know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Know also that you will survive. Hold onto the memories.

 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Constantino & Family posted on 12/26/18

Laura and Family, we are so saddened to hear of your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers!

 

Miranda Hogg posted on 12/25/18

Minda, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.Wishing you the most love and support.

 

Robert and Bonni Nemeth posted on 12/25/18

Our hearts, thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. The Nemeth Family

 

Ed and Marianne Knight posted on 12/25/18

She was a good cook and hostess This was observed when we attended their housewarming on Alldever Drive in Maidens VA. Beverly was very smart and had a good business sense when she began a travel business which Marianne and I had occasion to observe when we booked on one of her early bus trips to Lancaster PA Our thoughts ad prayers are with you Tom and family

 

John & Mecca Emery posted on 12/25/18

Sorry for you loss brother. My family is praying for y’all.

 

RHONDA and RICHARD WHITE posted on 12/24/18

Sending prayers and condolences to your family, with best wishes for a bright future.

 

Dale W. Cook posted on 12/24/18

Thank you John for being a dear friend and fellow coach!!! Luv ya man! You will be missed and a great loss to the Binghamton softball community. You always treated everyone with kindness and respect and never had a bad word to say about anyone. You are the only Washington Redskin I would ever root for. Maybe you can start a team up there!!! God bless you Mr. Seedborg!!!

 

The Williams Family posted on 12/24/18

Holding the family in prayer at this difficult time.

 

Pat & Betsy Metcalf posted on 12/24/18

Some of the very best next door neighbors anyone could ask for. A wonderful man, husband, father, and friend. Knowing Alex was a definite gift to all. He will be missed. Our sincerest love and condolences to Lisa and the boys.

 

Betsy Metcalf posted on 12/24/18

Alex was a very special man, one we were proud to know. His legacy remains in his loving wife Lisa, and his precious boys. God brought him home so early, He must have needed him very badly. Love to the family, we love you all.

 

E. N posted on 12/24/18

I offer my condolences to the family for your loss. Please take comfort in the promise found at John 5:28,29.

 

Nan Carmack posted on 12/24/18

Holding you and the boys close in my heart and picturing Alex and Keva having a romp together. You all are his best legacy-I know he is proud.

 

Lisa Tuite posted on 12/24/18

Lisa and family, know that you are surrounded and strengthened by so many people who care about you. Deepest condolences.

 

Tom Loy posted on 12/23/18

Lisa and family, please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers and that I am truly sorry for your loss!

 

Alec & Sara Jacob posted on 12/23/18

We are deeply saddened by the news of your loss. I pray that God will grant you the strength. Our most sincere condolences.

 

 

Megan Emery posted on 12/23/18

Sending much love to you all and holding you close in my heart.

 

Kathy Clevenger posted on 12/23/18

Meeting Alex at a VLA conference. The love shining from both of your eyes when looking at each other was so obvious. That love will shine on.

 

 

Bunny Conant Spires posted on 12/23/18

For many a Thanksgiving feast at Grammy and Granddaddy Conant's home with new cousins adding to the fun each year. Literally never a dull moment. We were truly blessed.

 

Margaret Norfleet posted on 12/23/18

Knew Bob for a long time and he was a very nice man. Know he will be missed by his family and friends. May God be with you all at this difficult time.

 

Barbara Hagan (Fl.) posted on 12/23/18

Arnold, you were truly a loved Chaplin... Thank you for always keeping the family close together... Will miss you very much, Cousin Barbara

 

 

Denette Cooke posted on 12/22/18

Always known as Mrs. Tuck to me she was a second mom to me and always fun and kind and was the best cook! She always put others first and always made you feel special! Hugs to all in the family !

 

Joan Taylor Spaulding posted on 12/22/18

I remember when we grew up in Deep Creek, My Cousin Al always kept us laughing, He's always been uniquely funny. I can remember you and Major fighting all the time, he could never beat you, but y'all always was together, always worrying what the other one was doing.You was my country cousin, always doing something that amazed me. May your soul rest in Heaven, Love you always!!!

 

 

Deborah Kissel DeSilvester posted on 12/22/18

Was a very love man.Bye all who new him.Rest in peace.

 

Mike Polchlopek posted on 12/22/18

To John and Ann’s children: Please accept my deepest condolences over your loss. Ann was a great friend who I had the pleasure of knowing for 34 years. I met Ann when I started working at IBM and over the years, no matter where we were, we always stayed in touch. Many years ago, when I had difficult times, she was the best friend anyone could ever ask for. I will never forget my dear friend. May God bless you, Mike Polchlopek

 

Christie B.Senn posted on 12/22/18

Thinking of you and your family today and missing you, Kevin, Mom and Dad on your special day and this Christmas.

 

Dana and Renee Dokder posted on 12/21/18

So sorry to hear about your mom. I know you will cherish all your wonderful memories.

 

Marie (BUTTA) Parker posted on 12/21/18

My condolences for you Stephanie and your family.I pray for your strength and comfort during this difficult time.

 

Anita posted on 12/21/18

So very saddened to hear of the loss of you dad. Losing those we love is never easy, especially a parent. Hope you take comfort in the wonderful moments and memories that you were able to create and share, and may each of those bring you peace during this difficult time. Sending you my thoughts, love and prayers.

 

Virginia Woych posted on 12/21/18

Dear Tom, Carla, and Family, So sorry to hear of Anne's passing....My thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. XO hugs, Ginny

 

Marlowe posted on 12/21/18

Dear Family please accept my heartfelt Condolences for your recent loss. The Bible tells us at John 5:28,29"-Do not be amazed the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out. Please let Gods word the Bible Be a comfort for you in the coming days ahead.

 

Marlowe posted on 12/21/18

Dear Family please accept my heartfelt Condolences for your recent loss. The Bible tells us at John 5:28 29-"Do not be amazed the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.Please let Gods word the Bible be of comfort to you in the coming days ahead.

 

Susan Schleicher posted on 12/20/18

Narda, My heart is saddened by your loss and my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Remember that while your father is gone from your sight, he will never be gone from your heart. Your precious memories of your Dad will be the treasures that you can reflect on when things seem too difficult; they will certainly lift you up.

 

Leigh Dicks posted on 12/20/18

A true Southern Belle - charming, a terrific hostess with getting the most pleasure by satisfying her guests with a great home cooked meal (always home cooked!), a beautiful setting, intelligent conversation, and always with smiles, laughter, love and thankfulness woven into the mix. I was blessed to have had a 2 hour lunch with her a few days before to catch up. I’ve been on several cruises with her and watched her grow a successful business. Saw her delight and love with each grandchild, always willing to drop what she was doing to help out whenever needed. A good friend to me as she supported decisions I made and especially when I decided to move to the beach. I will miss the late night calls, the meals we shared, her laughter, the way only she could tell a story, but mostly the dreams she had—watching her grandchildren growing up, traveling more, enjoying her pool and entertaining family and friends.

 

Pete & Linda Watson posted on 12/20/18

Dear Narda & Lynne, Please accept our deepest condolences on the loss of your dad. Your mom and dad were life-long friends. We look back fondly on the times we spent together playing tourist in the Philippines, playing all sorts of card games, mahjong, and the list goes on.... Carl and Nancy are sorely missed.

 

Leslie A. Jordan posted on 12/20/18

Narda & family, I extend my deepest condolences on the loss of your father. Look to the Lord for a source of strength and comfort during this difficult time. Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal. God Bless you all.

 

Mary Frances Bowen posted on 12/20/18

Prayers are with you and your family during this time of loss.

 

Debora Bertram posted on 12/20/18

Debbie and girls, Memories are what is left and the knowledge that she loved each one of you dearly. She is still by your side so talk to her often...I chose my birth date 6/12 on the clock to say, “hi mom, I love you”. Whenever I see 6:12 I smile and talk to her. You’ll find your own way to keep her close. My love, thoughts, and prayers are with you all.

 

Gayle Gilfillan posted on 12/20/18

I am overwhelmed with the unexpected news that Kevin has passed. I will forever be grateful to Kevin and you, Jean, for taking in Ian (Sayge) and giving him such a great life. My thoughts and love are with you all.

 

John Mello posted on 12/19/18

Narda, I hope you and your family can remember the good times during the holidays. Please let us know how we can help.

 

Tiffany Johnson posted on 12/19/18

My heart goes out to Narda and the rest of Mr. Holcomb's family during this difficult and trying time. I hope that you can find some peace in the days ahead...

 

Cassandra Demboski posted on 12/19/18

Deb, Alexis and Meg- I am so sorry for your loss. Keep the good times close but remember the bad, as they make the good even sweeter. Cas

 

Crystal posted on 12/19/18

Chappie, I’ll miss seeming you at work we loves working around you all my love and prayers to your family I’m so so sorry.

 

ANGEL QUEZADA posted on 12/19/18

My deepest condolences to you and your family and may your father rest in peace.

 

thomas f houston posted on 12/19/18

John sorry for your loss !!!

 

Tonya King posted on 12/19/18

My deepest sympathies to your family, may the God of comfort give your family peace at this emotional time in your life John 5:28;29

 

Tina Vanwinkle posted on 12/19/18

Chappy always had a great smile and was always willing to help when ever he could. Will miss his smile and his laugh.

 

Ms Allison posted on 12/19/18

Please except my condolences. May you find comfort in knowing that your dear one is safe in the memory of God, who will remember every detail about her and bring her back again. John 5:28, 29 gives this assurance.

 

Diane York posted on 12/19/18

You don't know me, but I worked at Spikes with Chappy. He was an awesome man! He helped me a lot at work I admired him very much. So sorry for your lose.

 

Michelle Rice posted on 12/18/18

God speed Chappie. Keeping you and your family in my prayers at this sad time. Peace be with you. RIP

 

Arthur Chaplin posted on 12/18/18

Dad, you will be in my heart and mind forever! you have taught me different things over the years. besides respect, responsibilty, strength and courage. you taught me how to withstand the momment and carry on, even though it will be hard. I love you and will miss you... ---{@

 

Dorothy posted on 12/18/18

RIP Chappy. It was nice to have known you. You were always so kind. My kids looked forward to seeing you at the base hospital, so they could buy their snacks. They would always ask if they could say hi to the guy mommy used to work with :)

 

Josie Morris posted on 12/18/18

Dear Marcia, Natalie and Tom, So sorry to hear of Buck’s passing. Bill and I have such great memories of a brilliant man. May you all find solace in all your memories of Buck.

 

Renee Bemis posted on 12/18/18

You will be missed very much dad. I love you

 

Fran Roberts posted on 12/18/18

Arnold you were one of Moms(Miriam) favorite nephews. RIP my Cousin and friend

 

Caroline Heyward Jenkins posted on 12/18/18

I’m greatly saddened to learn of Carl’s passing but it brings joy to my heart to know that he’s with Nancy once again. My sincere condolences to Narda and Lynne, both of whom I love dearly. Carl was the best daddy there ever was and I pray it comforts you to know that others of us are grieving with you.

 

 

karol chaplin posted on 12/17/18

I will miss you. Love always

 

Sandra Divel posted on 12/17/18

We will all miss you dad...you taught us many things. You gave us strength and hope, may that see us through the coming years. Fly with Angels until we meet again. Love you.

 

 

Ronald Smith posted on 12/17/18

Jonathan, Jeffrey and family, By way of introduction, I am the youngest son of J.T. and Lucille Smith formerly of Hampton and The Greenwood Pentecostal Holiness Church. My family attended the Greenwood church up until my parent's retirement when they moved away from Hampton in 1974. Our family appreciated your mother and father and I want to express my sorrow at your mother's death. My parents have been gone for quite some time and I know how it feels when both parents are gone. Just know that you and your families will be in my thoughts. Take care and best wishes to all of you.

 

Keith, April and family posted on 12/17/18

He is loved very much and will be greatly missed

 

Keith April and family posted on 12/17/18

He is loved very much and will be greatly missed

 

CH posted on 12/17/18

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the years from all faces. Isaiah 25:8 Condolences

 

Jim & Jackie Colonna posted on 12/17/18

Thomas and Family We were shocked to hear of the loss of Beverly and wish to express our sympathy and condolences. We were friends and clients with Beverly before she started Cruise Escapes. We just completed a cruise last month not knowing it would be our last with her. We will miss our conversations with her and her expert travel advice. She was a very special friend.

 

Jennifer and Bill Blandford posted on 12/16/18

Thomas: our condolences to you and your family. We traveled with Beverly once-had a great time! Thinking of you and your family: we hope the pain is soon replaced by all the wonderful memories you have made together!

 

Julie Bailey posted on 12/16/18

I enjoyed talking to Beverly at travel agent seminars/ functions. She was a very kind and lovely lady and I’m very Sorry for your loss.

 

 

Patricia Bouille Bremer posted on 12/16/18

Murlyn's father was my mother's brother. My brother John and I have pleasant memories of visits to Odessa from Elmira - picnics and playing in a local park.

 

Sean Donovan posted on 12/15/18

My world was forever changed by one phone call when I learned my Mom had passed away unexpectedly and way too soon. I find consolation in the quote, “if you’ve gotta go, you might as well go out on top.” She had certainly reached the pinnacle of her life and she was the epitome of a life well lived. High on life would be an understatement of epic proportion in regard to her current state of affairs. She survived cancer years ago and, more recently, was even attacked by a rabid racoon in her own backyard (she laughed so hard every time she told that story!); the greatest challenges didn’t faze her. It’s so ironic that a fall in the fall would end it all--especially since she was much more of a “spring chicken” and lover of summer pool party cookouts with ice cream cake for the grandkids. Tropical travels certainly floated her boat as well. My emotions are running wild right now; the suddenness compounds it all, but the absence of suffering somehow gives me a sense of solace. As mom would have said, [insert southern belle accent] “You could have knocked me over with a feather when I heard the news.” Thankfully, writing offers a cathartic release for me, but I’ve grappled with the emotional rollercoaster I’ve been riding since the moment I heard the news. I’ve now found peace and comfort in knowing that her genes, her influence, her memories and her love will forever live, rent free, in my mind, my heart, and my soul. I love you, Mom. Thank you for being so good at being you.

 

Bonnie C. Moody posted on 12/15/18

The lovely picture of this amazing woman is so very perfect. In her kitchen surrounded by delicious dishes she cooked for those she loved. From our days together at Chester Middle School, to our late night phone conversations, to our trips together...she was always front and center, ready for new adventures. I will miss her so very much and I hope memories of her caring nature, sense of humor, and her capacity to see the good in everyone will comfort friends and family in the months to come.

 

Danielle A posted on 12/15/18

There are no words that can be said to describe what you are experiencing. I know there’s a gaping hole in each of your hearts that only Jesus can fill. May you find the strength you need from Him and each other. Donna is gone too soon but has left her mark on your hearts. May God Bless you now and forever.

 

CH posted on 12/15/18

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8 Condolences

 

Sherry Bergeron posted on 12/15/18

To the Burns family..My deepest condolences during this difficult time..Donna was one of the most beautiful and sweetest people I ever met.And I cherish my memories of her..May God help you through this time .

 

Elda posted on 12/15/18

My deepest condolences to the family, may you find comfort in prayer and the beautiful words of Isaiah 25:8 where God promises us that He will soon eliminate all death and suffering.

 

Linda Baron posted on 12/14/18

"We measure lives not in time - but in grace - in the joy with which they are lived and in the love they leave behind." Beverly will be missed by friends, business affiliates, and most of all her family. She lived her passion - creating travel memories for her clients and friends.

 

CH posted on 12/14/18

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

 

Nancy Beach posted on 12/14/18

May God provide you all with His strength today, as well as bright hope for tomorrow, while Murlyn is with his Holy Comforter in peace.

 

 

Mrs. Debra Fisher-Ricks & Mr. Charles Ricks posted on 12/14/18

Just thrilled my Husband and I had the opportunity to get to know her and spend time with her. Such a Great Lady!

 

Seven Star Trustee & Usher Board posted on 12/14/18

Too. The Burns Family. We were so sorry to get the news about Donna. She will be missed by all of us here but we know that God loves her and wanted another beautiful flower for his garden. We are praying for your strength and faith in God to see you through this breavement time. Be encouraged and keep looking up because God is looking down on you to comfort you. We love you much

 

Albert & Mildred Townsend posted on 12/13/18

The Seven Star Church family continues to pray for you and your family. We will always remember the joy that Donna shared with us every time she visited. Damond, God still loves you and we still love you and all your family. We are sending much love and many prayers your way. Just. Open your heart and receive them. With deepest heart felt. Sympathy, pastor & sister Townsend & Church family in Indianapolis, In.

 

Aunt Liz, Uncle Gary, and Families posted on 12/13/18

Damond, It is with deep love and affection for Donna Jean, that we extend our deepest sympathy to you, Nolan, Damond Jr., and the rest of our family. We cannot begin to imagine what you must be feeling right now but, know that you have our heartfelt condolences. Donna was a wonderful, gentle, loving soul and a true blessing in our lives and, we will miss her dearly. May God give her eternal rest and peace and provide you strength during this most difficult time. Love Always!

 

Sally Parsons posted on 12/13/18

Such good memories of Shirley and Jim...

 

The O’Hagans posted on 12/13/18

We are so sorry. Prayers to all the family.

 

J. White posted on 12/12/18

To the Family. The loss of a loved one is a difficult time. To comfort people I share the Bible's promise at HOSEA 13:14, " From the power of the Grave I will redeem them; From death I will recover them. Where are your stings, O Death? Where is your destructiveness, O Grave?" Surely these ones have the happy prospect of living again , to be reunited with family and friends!

 

J. White posted on 12/12/18

To the Family. The loss of a loved one is a difficult time. To comfort people I share this Bible promise at HOSEA 13:14 , "From the power of the Grave I will redeem them; From death I will recover them. Where are your stings , O Death? Where is your destructiveness, O Grave?" Surely these ones have the happy prospect of living again, to be reunited with family and friends!

 

J. White posted on 12/12/18

To the Family. The loss of a loved one is a difficult time. To comfort people I share the Bible's promise at HOSEA 13 :14, "From the power of the Grave I will redeem them ; From death I will recover them. Where are your stings, O Death? Where is your destructiveness, O Grave?". Surely these ones have the happy prospect of living again, to be reunited with family and friends!

 

Charles & Sharon Smith posted on 12/12/18

Don & Clarissa were our neighbors for 6 years in Mt Pleasant Heights in Chesapeake. We had many good times with Don but lost contact when we moved. We always had so many laughs when we were in his presence. Will always remember our trip to Waynesboro with him & several other couples from that neighborhood. We all acted like kids that weekend & had loads of fun. Sorry we had not seen him in many years but know our thoughts & prayers are with his sons & family at this difficult time. RIP

 

Thurman W McDaniel posted on 12/11/18

God speed ahead Don will miss the long talks we had on the back porch.

 

Brittany Dowell posted on 12/11/18

Daddi-o you taught me how to make some mean stuffed shells and many more recipes i still feed my family with. You will be missed greatly and aways thought of in the beat way.

 

 

Debbie Walker Kirby posted on 12/11/18

Don, I remember when I was little and you were sneaking and smoking you would give me a draw off your cig.and tell me I can't tell on you because I smoked too. And I remember you and one of your friends built a little shack down in the woods and called it your smoke shack. And How I remember The battle of the bands, going to watch your group The Downbeats Battle it out at the fast food chains Carrols and I think McDonald's. You could play that Base guitar behind your back. Even though I never got to see you much after we moved to Alabama, My love for my Brother will always be with me. Always, Forever, and a Day. I LOVE YOU <3

 

Ben Consolvo posted on 12/11/18

Jackie: So sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. Please accept my sincere condolences. I hope you are doing well, otherwise.

 

The Allen Family posted on 12/10/18

My deepest condolences to the family. Wishing you peace, comfort and hope in the midst of your sorrow. May the prayers of those who love you carry you through this time of sorrow. Praying for friends to comfort you, faith to uphold you and God to heal your heart. Loving thoughts and prayers.

 

Roy B Carter Sr posted on 12/10/18

He was my Stock Control Officer onboard Nassau. He was all heart! We had so much fun. Infectious smile! Will be missed...

 

Sherry Brooks Myles posted on 12/10/18

I have such fond memories of going to hear the Messiah at Aunt Shirley’s Church and it started a Christmas tradition. I was thinking of her Friday when we went to the St Louis Symphony. Sending love to your whole family. What a lovely person she was.

 

Teresa Boyd-Rutter posted on 12/9/18

Amy...condolences on the passing of your dear Aunt Shirley. She is at peace now. And grateful for the overseeing of great care you had for her. You and your boys undoubtedly were very special to her and took time to care and visit with her often. Bless you all.

 

Pia Corpuz posted on 12/9/18

If I could describe Mr. Peterson in one word, he was a jolly person. He stayed with my mother’s home in the last days of his life. Whenever I came to visit him, he always had a smile and told me story of how his day went. Very extroverted and no complaints about anything! Easy to get along with. I could talk about anything all day with him. Mr. Peterson, I would never forget the day you left. Until your dying moment, you managed to visit me in my dreams. That was 3:30 AM. I dreamed about me calling you Mr. Peterson! Sadly, I heard of your passing around 6AM that same day. You were sweet to think about Ace and I before you went to heaven. We love you and I know you are in a peaceful place.

 

CARROL L WILBURN posted on 12/9/18

So very sorry to hear of Jean's passing. I'm sadden and happy. Happy to know that she is safe in heaven resting in the arms of Jesus. No more pain or worry, no more hospital stays. From all the Red Hat "Ladies of Grace" we loved her and she will be missed. To the family, when your heart is empty, filling it with happy memories can help you through the difficult times. Remember that God is with you.

 

Doris Jarrell posted on 12/9/18

I am so sorry to hear of Shirley’s passing. She was a wonderful lady.❤️

 

Mrs. Redmond posted on 12/8/18

My condolences to the family on the loss of your dear love one. We can find comfort in Jesus words found at John 5:28,29 that promises we will see our love ones again here on earth. May Almighty God be with you in this difficult time.(Psalms83:18)

 

Mrs. Redmond posted on 12/8/18

My condolences to the family on the loss of your dear love one. We can find comfort in Jesus words found at John 5:28,29 that promises we will see our love ones again here on earth. May Almighty God be with you in this difficult time.(Psalms 83:18)

 

Green Family posted on 12/8/18

Sending condolences to the family. Death is an enemy we all have in common. We look forward to the time when death is swallowed up. (Isaiah 25:8) and our loved ones asleep in death are restored back to life. (Acts 24:15) A promise soon to be fulfilled. “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.” - John 5:28,29

 

Kimberly Goode White posted on 12/6/18

I’m so sorry, my heart goes out to all that knew her. She was funny and a friend for a long time. She surely will be missed. ‍♀️❤️God Bless

 

Robin Peabody posted on 12/6/18

Well my friend today we say goodbye. I will miss you fighting with me...I will think of the good times we had. You rest in peace my friend. Until we meet again in heaven. Peace and love always

 

Heidi posted on 12/6/18

John, I am just speechless! I just got back in the area and looked for my crazy friend. You had the hugest heart. Always thought people deserved chances and chances, more than deserved. You were like a big kid brother to me! We have shared so many laughs . When I moved to Vegas we still videod and talked constantly! I'll always remember me trying to treat you, because you always insisted you pay. We went down to norfolk because the ships where in full force. I said you will enjoy the cheap food and entertainment my paycheck can offer. It was one of our best nights. You absolutely loved your whole family. Always raved about your sisters etc. I love you and you will be so missed❤️

 

marie renick posted on 12/6/18

I miss you already. I have loved you for many years, and always will.

 

Ronnie Jackson posted on 12/6/18

My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Had some good laughs with Nancy back in the days. Hope she went peacefully....

 

Angela Summerlin posted on 12/6/18

You will forever be in my heart baby brother. I love you! RIP John until I see you again. Love, Ang

 

Donna Pruitt posted on 12/6/18

Thank you, John. You have left so many precious footprints in my life. I love how you would tell me to just chill out and relax Aunt Donna...then after a couple of anxiety attacks...I decided that was good advice. I always could count on you to bring me back to the lighter side of life. Laughter is great...and I believe that I'm going to be doing more of it because time is precious...You Are Precious...I Will Miss Your Face But...I WILL SEE YOU AGAIN!!! I LOVE YOU...

 

Laura Frizzelle posted on 12/6/18

RIP John. I don’t know why but for some reason I got to see you and hug you just days before you passed and I hadn’t seen you since Anne Marie’s viewing. We have soooo many memories dating back to our teenage years. I got to know the intimate, soft side of you. We have had some really great conversations. And laughs, your laugh is one of a kind. I will miss you forever. Prayers for peace to Debbie, Angela, Lauren, Lindsey, Grandma, Patty, Tommy and the feast of his beautiful family!

 

 

Deloris posted on 12/6/18

Deepest Condolences to You All,

 

Tammy, Joe, Tim, our hearts fill sorrow, but filled with love of your memory. RIP posted on 12/5/18

And he now therefore have sorrow:but I will see you again, and your heart shall rejoice, and your joy, no man take the from you.

 

Tammy, Joe, Tim, our hearts fill sorrow, but filled with love of your memory. RIP posted on 12/5/18

John 16:22 And ye now therefore have sorrow: but I will see you again, and your heart shall rejoice, and your joy, no man take the from you

 

CH posted on 12/5/18

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8 Condolences

 

CH posted on 12/5/18

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe out every tear from their eyes. Isaiah 25:8 Condolences

 

 

Goodsons posted on 12/5/18

Angels are only lent to Us, to return one day to HIS Beautiful Heaven. Thank You Lord JESUS for the time You have blessed us with Your Angel Nancy

 

nancy Arnel posted on 12/5/18

sorry for the loss of my Aunt and dear friend nancy she will allways be missed and in my prayers! prayers for the family

 

Sheila Bryant boyce posted on 12/5/18

Sorry about Nancy me and my mom Doris Bryant are praying for your family we love you all Sheila Bryant boyce

 

Elaine posted on 12/5/18

My condolences to the family of John. May his memories keep you strong. Please find comfort in God's words at 2 Corinthians 1:3,4 and John 5:28, 29. May He sustain you at this time of such great loss.

 

Melinda Tuel posted on 12/5/18

My thoughts and prayers for family & friends. Ray & Jennifer I'm so sorry for your loss may you find comfort & peace allowing GOD too be with you and guide you through this difficult time. Heaven gains another Angel, but she lives on through you all.

 

Jennifer, Billy, Danielle and Mackenzie Collins posted on 12/5/18

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

 

RAY & ANNA JO TAYLOR posted on 12/5/18

TO THE ORMAND FAMILY--SO SORRY ABOUT YOUR LOSS. BRUCE WAS A SPECIAL FRIEND TO ME AND MY FAMILY. OUR PRAYS ARE WITH THE FAMILY AT THIS TIME.

 

Dawn Jernigan Richardson posted on 12/5/18

My thoughts and prayers go out to the family on the loss of your loved one. It’s been many years since I’ve seen Nancy, but will always remember her for her smile and cool sense of humor. May she rest in peace.

 

Lauren posted on 12/5/18

I love you brother John! You were an amazing person with such a BIG heart!! I will miss your funny and fun personality, your laugh, and just your presence. From fun nights out to waking up feeling like we got hit in the head with a baseball, you knew how to have a good time!!! The strong smell of your cologne as you prepped for a night out was ridiculously strong as Lindsey and I coughed and chocked while applying our makeup! Your outfits and shoes were always on point! You never left the house without asking if you looked ok or asked if we would rock your outfit. We would tell you the truth because Lindsey and I would be sure you were styling! That smile of excitement and happiness you showed when things were going just right! I will never forget those short memories that you shared with Braxton! John I love you and I will ALWAYS remember and continue to share our funny stories and adventures together. I have your voice down to a T! I love you, you are now at peace so rest easy! Until we meet again!! Love your little sister Lauren

 

Debra Accardi aka “MOM” posted on 12/4/18

John you were my little bird that needed me the most. If loving you the way I did, you would have been safe, free from anything you went through.You were so loved, by all of your family,. But, you knew that! A mother goes to great lengths to protect their children and provide a safe home, but in life you can’t protect yourself from some, who are self absorbed with greed, they set out for destruction of others, in the end, they to will reap what they sew! You saw so many things in a different way, you thought that people you cared about were like you, if you get mad, then you forgive, it’s over. You forgave them, why shouldn’t they in return, forgive you. I always forgave you. You were the brightest star and you didn’t even know it. Your sisters, your family never stopped loving you. I wanted so much more for you. I’m devasted, my heart is broken. Looking back at videos with you and the girls, hearing your laugh, chokes me up, but brings a smile to my face. Rest In Peace, my son. No one can harm you, you are in the arms of Angels, God will keep you safe, we don’t say good bye, I’ll keep the memory of you and me in my heart ❤️forever I love you, John. Love “MOM “

 

Tom Pruitt posted on 12/4/18

As the shock of his sudden loss lifts, all the memories flood in. John was such a loving person, so very kind. Quick with a laugh and helpful hand, always ready to protect and defend his family and friends. I remember the younger cousins saying “John’s not afraid of anything!”. He was such an adorable little boy and never lost that twinkle in his eye or that mischievous smile. We are only just beginning to realize how terribly we all will miss him. God Bless you, John Boy, until we meet again. With all our love, Uncle Tommy, Aunt Patti, Tommy and Patricia

 

Suzanne Perl posted on 12/3/18

Dear Mr. Bailey. I am the lady who sent a Christmas card, not knowing that this had happened. I received your telephone message regarding Suzy. Although you wanted to speak to me in person to tell me about what happened, I do not have caller ID. And the phone number I do have is missing a digit. So I had a suspicion and found her obituary online. I am so very sorry for your loss. I am sure this Christmas season is a very difficult time of the year for you and your family. I shall think of you when I next light an advent candle and dedicate it to you as a special prayer for comfort. I appreciate your reaching to to speak to me. I shall also be sending a donation in her honor to Warwick River School, as suggested. May God let you feel held closely at this time.

 

Dave Brown posted on 12/3/18

My condolences to the Ormond family and especially to my old friend Alan and wife Carol. I have fond memories of hanging out at the old house on the beach in Ocean View. Take care. Dave Brown

 

InYong and Sam Lee posted on 12/2/18

Sorry for your loss. We will keep you in our prayers. With deepest sympathy.

 

Barry Pollara posted on 12/2/18

I worked w Jody at Xerox and she was a wonderful woman. I’m sure she will he missed by all who knew her.

 

Barry Pollara posted on 12/2/18

I worked with Jody at xerox. She was a real pleasure to work with and I enjoyed knowing her. I’m sure she will be missed by all who knew her.

 

Barry Pollara posted on 12/2/18

Jody was great person to work with with but even better, she was a wonderful fragrance to carry through the day. I only worked with her at Xerox. It was a pleasure!

 

Barry Pollara posted on 12/2/18

Jody was great person to work with but truly a sweet fragrance that made the day beautiful.

 

Chilian Family posted on 12/2/18

We are sincerely sorry for your loss. Often times, no words spoken can ease the pain. But please remember God is nearby to strengthen and help you endure these difficult times. (Psm 34:18) He is the "God of comfort" and promises to fortify and help you. (Isa 41:10 & 2 Cor 1:3-4). I pray these words bring you comfort.  

 

 

Catherine Higgins-Bisnett posted on 12/2/18

I'm so sorry for the loss of your only son, Scott. Thank you Judy, for taking such excellent care of Scott during his illness these past 4 1/2 years. I didn't realize it'd been this long...or short...however one may look at it. Our deepest sympathy to his family, from the Bisnett's - Catherine HigginsBisnett and Emmett Bisnett family.

 

Jeff & Phyllis Burkot, Gary Blandford, Lillian Blandford, Bennye Blandford and families. posted on 12/1/18

We send our deepest sympathy and love to Scott’s family especially his Mom,Judy, his son, nieces and his brother Doug and all families. We can’t be there with you, but know you are in our hearts. It’s been ages since we seen Scott, but I know he was loved and and will be missed. My God’s Love comfort you and strength you.

 

Albert Roper posted on 12/1/18

What a beautiful picture. Just the way I want to remember him, Happy, Smiling, always with a twinkle in his eye. Dear Friend since 1975. Always ready to help. Incredibly talented...he would undertake any project. Even 2 months ago he was talking about buying another house to renovate and flip. Greatest condolences to Alan, Carol, Robbin, Caitlin, Jessica, and Meaghan...all friends who have a welcome in my home anytime. It is so easy to remember all the good things he has left us to remember him by. Rest in Peace for your next adventure, old friend !

 

Cherylin Brown Collins posted on 12/1/18

I’m so sorry for your lost, she was such a great part of our lives, we all loved her... hope peace finds you all soon

 

 

Donna and Al Gelico posted on 12/1/18

What a beautiful memorial video you have shared with us all, and Al has said the moments he shared with Harry and Tony are times he treasures and will never forget. We send our love and prayers to you all.

 

Jerry leary posted on 12/1/18

So sorry

 

Mitchell Burnbaum posted on 11/30/18

I remember Larry well We were Neurology residents together. He was a year ahead of me and my preceptor when I was an intern. He was a big reason I went into Neurology. He had infectious enthusiasm and was a great teacher. I am saddened by his passing

 

C. Lee posted on 11/30/18

My condolences to the family. I worked for the city for a short time and he looks very familiar to me. No words could replace how you feel at this very moment, but it is my prayer that you are able to find comfort in your lasting memories of Kelvin. God's words also can be a source of comfort. God's word encourages us to reach out to him because he is not far off from each one of us (Acts 17:26) Praying for true comfort the entire family

 

Christine Johnson posted on 11/30/18

I'm so sorry to hear about the passing of Kevin! I worked with him briefly before his retirement and enjoyed our conversations! I am shocked and so sad. I am praying for his family.

 

Katherine Vargas posted on 11/30/18

Our most deepest and heartfelt condolences to Helen and the family. I remember meeting Danny and Helen through Caryl and my Uncle Franko over twenty years ago. Danny was so full of energy and happiness, Danny and Helen instantly made me feel at home. I am sure this is the way he was with everyone, he was such a genuine person. May the Lord Bless him and keep him in his glory. May the Lord provide strength and embrace the family with his love.

 

Laurie Schumann Forrest posted on 11/30/18

To the entire Ormond Family: I am so sorry to hear of Bruce's passing. He was such a kind person and a gentleman. He was always willing to give a helping hand when I lived in the Freemason area. Rest In Peace Bruce. You will truly be missed by all who were fortunate to have known you.

 

Joyce Simmons posted on 11/30/18

To the family of Bruce.. ..so sorry for your loss...I have so many good memories of him. He was a wonderful friend and neighbor to my husband Tom and I .

 

Helen Sonner posted on 11/30/18

Bruce was such a kind, generous friend. It was a blessing to know him, and I will miss him so.

 

Dudley Jr ST.Pierre posted on 11/29/18

So sorry for the lost of Danny he was a wonderful man condolences to the whole Cooter family God be with y’all at your time of sadness

 

Joy Ellinor posted on 11/29/18

A wise man with a gentle soul. He will be sadly missed by all who know him.

 

Mike Mason posted on 11/29/18

I will always remember Mike's infectious smile and our Coming to America line competition. I sure when he reached Heaven he heard "That boy good". Going to miss your antics. Rest well buddy.

 

Gloria Klinefelter posted on 11/29/18

Eileen was one of the special people put on this earth , she was always kind to everyone, the Angels have a prize with her. She is with Rich and tho the family will miss her she is in a better place with Rich forever. She will be missed by so many . You the family know that I am here if you need me. Nan.

 

Michael Watson Sr. posted on 11/29/18

RIP Classmate.

 

Vickie Annarino posted on 11/29/18

My heart felt condolences and prayers to all the family for your loss. I have known Bruce since 1968 and worked with him at Dibert Valve for many years. He was a good friend and quite a character. I have only good memories of him and he will be missed.

 

Nancyanne Ferrante posted on 11/28/18

My deepest sympathy. He will be missed by us all. DC '74

 

Lynn Walsh posted on 11/28/18

John and I were so sorry to hear this sad news. Our hearts and healing prayers go out to you all during this difficult time. We are sending healing prayers that you will be feeling better very soon. Know that we love you very much.

 

Diana Ruud posted on 11/28/18

My thoughts and prayers go out to Brian and the Grandle family. May God comfort you as you mourn your mother. Eileen was truly a wonderful person and friend and I am blessed to have known her and worked with her for many years. I will miss her greatly.

 

Michelle Byers posted on 11/28/18

I am so sorry to hear about Bruce. I worked with him at Dibert Valve and Fitting Company for about 10 years in the Norfolk Office. He was a great salesman and always kept us on our toes. I enjoyed when he would stop by and visit us at the office, as recently as a couple of months ago. He always had great things to say about his family and always had fun stories to tell us when he would stop by. My prayers go out to you all. Michelle Byers

 

Cynthia Salyers posted on 11/28/18

Chris was one of many young men that gathered at my house to hang around with my son George Salyers (Gb).He was always making everyone laugh. He was well mannered and what I call good people. May God help your family get through this sad time. Chris you will be missed. Rest In Peace . "I hope the angels know what they have"

 

CH posted on 11/28/18

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8

 

John Forrest posted on 11/27/18

MIke, We will truly miss brother. Will miss you and your colorful golf attire avid smile and laughter. You brought life to us all at all of our events home and away.

 

Pat Slade Lennart posted on 11/27/18

Eileen was the most kind and gentle person. We had many happy and fun times together, and I feel so blessed that she was my dear friend for over 30 years. I will miss her.

 

Jerry and Jeannie Turner posted on 11/27/18

We know your hearts are broken. But remember all the fun times and great memories of Mr. Cooter. We love you guys

 

Carol Boone posted on 11/27/18

Connie and Wayne Saddened to hear of your Mom's passing. We will be praying for you and your family at this time. God Bless, Carol and Wayne Boone

 

Tabatha landreneau posted on 11/27/18

I'll be praying for the family sorry about your loss Chris was a good person always there for a friend in need you'll be missed

 

James Elder posted on 11/27/18

This is so hard to believe. I met Mike while making deliveries in Chesapeake. You would always see him with a BIG SMILE. He was so happy to be retiring. Mike it will not be the same anymore BROTHER, I knew as soon as I would see you I would have a good laugh. He will be missed.

 

Al Howard posted on 11/26/18

Mike, Your positive spirit and your bright smile were so infectious. I’ll miss or conversations about ODU sports as you walked Candie past our home. I’ll never forget you. May you Rest In Peace, Buddy.

 

Tom Brown posted on 11/26/18

As a member of Southside Golf Association, we all will miss our GOLDENBOY every Saturday. Go well good buddy!

 

Paige and Mickey Taylor posted on 11/26/18

Mickey loved Mike like a brother. Words could never be enough to describe their friendship for many, many years. Mike's lost will be felt forever. Love you, man.

 

Melvin and Cheryl whitehurst posted on 11/26/18

My condolences to the Bailey family my thoughts and prayer are with you

 

Nancy and Bob Pacific posted on 11/26/18

Condolences to the family and Church friends. Tiny, as we all called her, was a good friend to the entire Pacific family, both at the Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, and the years following. We have many fond memories of both Romie and Tiny throughout the years. It is a true loss for the entire family.

 

 

Penny Peace posted on 11/26/18

So sorry to hear about Chris.. My heart goes out to y'all.. Wish i was close to give you the love u need..

 

Donna Drew (Guynn) posted on 11/26/18

Debbi #3 :) and family, I am so sorry for your loss. I will always remember Mike for his kind heart. When my girls were much younger, he was always so so good to them. I remember the bus ride to Fredericksburg with everyone from the lodge. Mike had one of my kids in his arms or on his lap most of the time. They loved how silly he was. He was always laughing or making others laugh!! RIP Mike Bailey, you will be missed!

 

Larry Kagan MD (ret) posted on 11/26/18

As Eileen's family physician for many years, I just wanted to express my sympathies and condolences to Brian and the Grandle family. Eileen was one of my favorite patients. May she rest in peace.

 

Lee Ehle posted on 11/26/18

So sorry for your loss. I was your mothers Avon lady for years starting at the Mental Health Facility in Chesapeake and into her retirement. She was a wonderful friend and I so enjoyed talking to her. I was very fortunate to have known her.

 

James Copeland posted on 11/25/18

First of all, my deepest condelences to Mike’s family. I had only known him a alittle over a year with being in the SGA . I naturally talked to him as with others with a open smile and handshake. He particularly drew my eye with the ODU apparel (myAlma Mater) . It was was great to come home from overseas and he would always make a joke. It is always hard when we lose a member of the golfing community that I can’t scratch the glass as so many others knew him . While I know he will be missed , he will be remembered. Words will never convey the sorrow.

 

Theresa Marmet posted on 11/25/18

I am sorry for your loss. I remember Chris from many days spent at the house playing with Kim as young child. Thoughts are with you during this difficult time.

 

Chuck & Bonnie Gwaltney, Nashville, TN posted on 11/25/18

Connie and Family, we know your mom was very special to you. We are so sorry for your loss, but celebrate the new life she is having in her heavenly home. May God surround each of you with His comfort and peace.

 

Patricia Cummins posted on 11/25/18

I remember many wonderful times together in Hazlet, NJ and also in your Virginia Beach home, always happy times with such Great friends. My heartfelt Sympathy, Dear Diana & Family

 

Lovey Lyons, Sue Anne Howell, and Ila Schmeling posted on 11/24/18

Debbie, we were sorry to hear about Mike. He will be missed by many. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Maurine Hogberg posted on 11/24/18

Kelvin, if you needed a day off, you didn't have to go to this extreme. I will miss working with you .Saturday Bingo won't be the same. Thank you for your kindness and generosity. My sympathy for your family and special little nephew.

 

The Nesmith Family posted on 11/24/18

To the Bailey family! we will keep you in prayer, we will always remember Kelvin smile, and kind heart. A little laughter to Kelvin in spirit, I use to call him( Richard Simmons), because he use to wear the little shorts, lol.

 

 

Rhonda posted on 11/24/18

Thank you for helping me through my first career always with a smile.

 

Crystal Gearhat posted on 11/24/18

My sincere Condolence. Christopher was an awesome best friend he would do anything for anyone. I will miss you so much I will always love you.

 

Connie Wescott posted on 11/24/18

Chris has always been a loving man. He always gave me hugs when we saw each other. He will be missed very much. Love ya Chris.

 

Toni McChesney posted on 11/24/18

So sorry for the loss of your Mom Cathy. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Alison, Sam, Nicole & Olivia Bethune posted on 11/24/18

Kelvin was one of the nicest people and a fixture at so many Landstown sport events. His smile and positive demeanor was infectious. He was a shining light who is no doubt brightening his current space. He made the world a better place and is remembered fondly and will be missed by many. Our hearts go out to his family, especially his daughter who was a teammate.

 

Chris Flemming l posted on 11/24/18

O God, whose mercies cannot be numbered: Accept our prayers on behalf of your servant Berniece, and grant her an entrance into the land of light and joy, in the fellowship of Your saints; through Jesus Christ, Your Son our Lord, who lives and reigns with You and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. Amen

 

Lowanda Sample-Rusk posted on 11/24/18

Rest in Heaven classmate. Lorraine, I pray that God comforts and keeps you, your children and the rest of the family.

 

Brenda Howdyshell posted on 11/24/18

What a beautiful person inside and out. She was and always will be my best friend. We shared so many awesome memories. I just hope the Angels know what they got when she entered Heaven. I will miss you but know that we will be together again one day.

 

The Williams Family posted on 11/24/18

Keeping the family in our thoughts during this difficult time.

 

Ty Sykes posted on 11/24/18

RIP my brother. 3rd Herd Forever

 

 

Patti and Joe Giancola posted on 11/24/18

Wayne, Nancy and family: Tiny was family, but most importantly, she was a friend to everyone! She loved to go to Church with Romie and missed him dearly when he passed away. He always referred to Tiny as "his Bride" and they both loved their dog, which Romie named, as "Little Tiny." She visited Mama and Papa often and when they became sick or she saw the Ambulance there...she came running! She would come over to get a piece of Mama's Cornbread or pull up a chair to have lunch and the latest News Report on the Island. She never went home empty handed as she always had to have an extra piece of Cornbread to eat later! And, when Mama passed away, Tiny would call me to give me updates on what was happening at Knotts Island. Rest in Peace...Tiny Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during this sad and difficult time.

 

 

Jimmy DeLauri Sr. posted on 11/24/18

Jimmy the prayers won't stop here! I pray that God will give you strength as you heal! Glad it went well! I know you will be glad to get rid of your cane! Take care! This is what mike sent me A couple a days before he passed I knew Mike along time and played a Many above game with him On the same team and against his team he was a true competitor and a very Good athlete. I never remember seeing him get mad or not smiling I will miss him

 

Kim & Lynn posted on 11/24/18

We did not know MPO Bailey but know his wife Lorraine and her family. We know the love they have for each other and their closeness. Thankful for love of family and memories. Lorraine, our hearts and prayers surround you . Kim & Lynn

 

b posted on 11/24/18

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

 

brian posted on 11/24/18

May the resurrection hope spoken of at John 5:28,29 provide comfort to the friends and family of Eileen who look forward to seeing her again

 

amy posted on 11/24/18

May the God of tender mercies provide the needed comfort for Berniece's friends and family during this difficult time. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4

 

Johnnie & Cindy Wood posted on 11/24/18

Our hearts were broken to hear we lost such a wonderful friend! Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time. Mike will truly be missed by so many! I know he will have them angels laughing! RIP Mike!

 

JOANNE ROACH posted on 11/24/18

His beautiful smile and compassion will be truly missed.

 

Louis & France Mikedis posted on 11/24/18

I'm going to miss the heck out of you. You always had good jokes with great laughs. Can't even believe this is for real. I will always remember the good times we had on the links. RIP my brother.

 

 

Ken and Nancy Coston posted on 11/24/18

Sorry for your lost.

 

Greg Guertin posted on 11/24/18

Mike always greeted everyone with a smile and happy face. RIP brother.

 

George Parker posted on 11/24/18

Kelvin, or as we grew up calling him "Kelboo", was a sincere soul. My thoughts of strength are extended to his family.

 

Richard Harris posted on 11/23/18

Once I got the news, it seems unreal, I pray the Lord’s blessings continue to cover Lorraine, Kamarie and Kayla. I helped Kelvin coach our kids in football, basketball, baseball. We coached our kids for several years together. I pulled my sons due to a minor rif between he and I, and when I put them in another program it made me realized I made a big mistake. Kelvin was a great honest person, in the recent past police officers really had a bad name, but knowing that officers like Kelvin are part of the men in blue help me realize good officers are working on our behalf. I know the Bailey family has a long way to go with the loss of Kelvin, just know that the legacy of Kelvin will continue to live in all our hearts and thought for years to come.

 

Glenyss E Nock posted on 11/23/18

To Lorraine my 2nd cousin, words cannot Express the love I have for the 2 of you, Kelvin was my dear friend for many years all through school. May God continue to bless u and your family...Kelvin will always be missed. Love you

 

 

Glenyss E Nock posted on 11/23/18

All my years through school from 1st to 12th we were in every class Oh what a fun friend he was luv and miss u dearly.

 

The Cooper’s (Kevin, Lisa, Alexandria, Xavier) posted on 11/23/18

Kelvin was a fixture at many Landstown games and we had the pleasure of knowing him through our children sporting events. He represented the community and VBPD in the most professional way. May he RIP, our condolences to the Bailey Family, to VBPD and to the community he served. Kelvin will truly be missed.

 

Joan (Twiggy) Keith posted on 11/23/18

Ernestine and Romie were very special to my late husband Billy and me. She was so cute when playing with her little dog. She will certainly be missed and will always be remembered as a faithful follower of Jesus. I will see her again in Heaven!

 

 

Derek, Terri Holman & Family posted on 11/23/18

Our condolences to Lorraine, children, the entire Bailey family and the VA Beach community. Kelvin is such a good guy and his kindness will be missed.

 

Edward M. Stack posted on 11/23/18

A good man, gone too soon. Proud to have served with you, Kelvin, and to have counted you among my friends. Rest in peace.

 

George and Judy Wessell posted on 11/23/18

A Great neighbor for many years as we all grew older together. She always made the best Christmas cookies. She always had a happy smile for everyone. She will be missed.

 

The Redfield Family ( Judy, Tina, Brittany, William, and Justin) posted on 11/23/18

Kelvin was the most caring, compassionate, kind-hearted, and loving person you could have known and my family was one of luckiest people to know this wonderful person. If you were ever down or in a bad mood, all you would have to do is see Kelvin and your mood would change. Our family wants to thank him for all he has done for the community. He has a special place in my heart because when I was at my lowest time in my life, he was the person who lifted my spirits up and he knows how much I appreciated that. He will truly be missed by the whole community and our hearts go out to all his family. God had a reason why he wanted Kelvin upstairs with him and we will find that out when we meet again. We love you Kelvin and RIP. The Redfield Family

 

Wayne E. Burton posted on 11/23/18

To the Bailey family. Kevin and I were raised up together at Burton's Church in Melfa, Virginia. A fine friend and person, he let the light of CHRIST shine through him to everyone around to help others. It is said, " Let the life I live speak for me." With this out pouring of love about him and to his family, no greater truth can be told. Rest in peace around GOD'S eternal throne until we all get there to exalt HIS name together.

 

Armand Rubbo posted on 11/23/18

I am honored and blessed to have worked with Kelvin, a proud member of the "3rd Herd". You will be missed.

 

Gary and Jan Brumfiel posted on 11/23/18

To the family of our friend Mike, God bless and keep you in this time of change. You should know how much we enjoyed playing golf with Mike, he was a character we appreciated and loved.

 

 

Linda Klock Fields posted on 11/23/18

Kelvin you were truly one of the Angels walking amongst us and will be truly missed by so many. We met when our boys played baseball then again when our girls played softball. We always ran into each other in the weirdest places around VB but your smile, friendliness and recognition (sometimes years had gone since we’d run into each other) but you always remembered my name!!! Thank you for your service and protection of Virginia Beach! My prayers and condolences to your entire family. Rest in Paradise, my friend...I will always remember you.

 

Dean and Carla Harding posted on 11/23/18

Debbie and family, our deepest sorrow for you in your time of loss. I will always remember Mikes infectious smile and the kind words in his voice each time we talked. Love Dean and Carla

 

Troy Tripamer posted on 11/23/18

Over the past five years I have gotten to have many a conversation with MPO Bailey at the Precinct. RIP my good friend as many will miss you.

 

JAMES R ELLIOTT, VBPD Ret. posted on 11/23/18

Rest in Peace Kelvin. My condolences to the family.

 

Judy Redfield posted on 11/23/18

In Loving Memory of Kelvin Baily

 

marty joyner posted on 11/23/18

Deb and Family, Please know we cherish all of the fun times we have enjoyed with Mike and Debbi over decades of friendship. RIP Mike, we are missing you already.Love Marty and Wayne Joyner

 

Lela and Kerry Hale posted on 11/23/18

We are sorry We were saddened to hear of your loss. May you always cherish the good times you had together.

 

Suffolk Police Officer's Association, Local 780 posted on 11/23/18

The Suffolk Police Officers' Association, Local 780, sends their thoughts and prayers to Master Police Officer Bailey's family at home and in Blue. It's obvious you touched many lives. Rest in Peace sir. Thank you for your dedicated service.

 

The Hill Family posted on 11/22/18

We are so sorry to hear of your loss and extend our heartfelt condolences. Knowing the great pain of losing a loved one our loving Heavenly Father in his tender mercy has promised to be close to the brokenhearted and those who are crushed in spirit (Psalms 34:18). May He grant you peace and sustain you in his loving care as you cherish your precious memories of time well spent together.

 

Deborah Snyder posted on 11/22/18

I am so very sorry for your loss. One of the most beautiful souls I've ever met. RIP my friend. God bless his family and comfort them at this sad time.

 

 

Jim Medlin posted on 11/22/18

Gone too soon my brother in Blue! Till we meet again...

 

Anita Monroe posted on 11/22/18

Thank you, Officer Bailey, for your service. Prayers for your family, fellow officers, and friends. Wishing them sweet memories.

 

CHAKEETA HARVEY-RIVERS posted on 11/22/18

WHAT A WONDERFUL PERSON R.I.H MY FRIEND YOUR SMILE AND LOVE WILL LIVE FOREVER

 

Kevin Conquest posted on 11/22/18

Thinking about how we grew up together and the fun times we had. I truly have no words. Praying that the Lord will wrap your family in the comfort of His loving arms, that He will fill them with th peace that only He can give and the He will continue to surround them in His everlasting arms. Peace and Blessings from Kevin Conquest and Family

 

Stephanie LeBeck posted on 11/22/18

There is a huge hole on earth and people’s lives with this awesome guy gone! RIP

 

Amy Markley posted on 11/22/18

RIP Kelvin. Although I only knew Kelvin through the bingo hall circuit, he had touched my heart in pure Kelvin fashion. He was more than just a police officer doing his job; he was a kind-hearted soul with a infectious smile and a genuine love towards everyone he came in contact with. Kelvin, you will surely be missed by everyone's hearts that you have touched over the years with your dedicated service. Bingo will never be the same without you! My God bless his family and friends during this sorrow time.

 

D-See posted on 11/22/18

Josh, Some folks do not need to better themselves. They're the best already. Some folks have nothing, but still share. You gave me your food because although you were hungry yourself, you knew I needed it. In return I made you a promise. I will keep that promise. I fondly remember our talks with Freddy. We were not in the best of places but we shared our loves, those who love us. And you loved and are loved. D-See

 

 

Barbara Hatton-Hall posted on 11/22/18

To the Bailey Family. I have known Kelvin since High School and it has been a pleasure knowing him. When ever I see him around, he always greets me with a smile. When he married my cousin, his high school sweetheart, I saw how happy he made her. Kelvin you will be missed by all who had the opportunity to have known you. Thank you for 30 years of protecting us and making our streets safe. I love you Cuz. God bless the family.

 

Hank Armentrout posted on 11/21/18

Wow man I can’t believe you are gone. You Kelly and I had some great times together back in the day. Who can ever forget winning Portsmouth Softball Championship and all the fun tournaments we played in. I’m saddened deeply by your passing but even more that we lost touch. Love you Buddy. Oh and one more time : CHIC A DEE DEE!!! RIP BROTHER

 

Eli Kendrick posted on 11/21/18

Rest well Kelvin Bailey. Thank you for your service and what you did for me. We have the watch now. Until we all unite again, God bless.

 

 

Sharon McNally Bowers posted on 11/21/18

Rest sweetly classmate. Our deepest condolences to Kelvin's family.

 

C posted on 11/21/18

I am saddened to learn of Kelvin's passing. I first met Mr. Bailey when his daughter and my daughter played ball together and through the years seeing him at the bingo hall always had a smile and asked about my daughter and the other kids. My condolences to the family and that may God give them the strength to get through this difficult time

 

C posted on 11/21/18

I am saddened to learn of Kelvin's passing. I first met Mr. Bailey when his daughter and my daughter played ball together and through the years seeing him at the bingo hall always had a smile and asked about my daughter and the other kids. My condolences to the family and that may God give them the strength to get through this difficult time

 

Heather Desormeaux posted on 11/21/18

My deepest condolences to his family and friends. He was an amazing man, whom loved his family! I will never forget the wonderful memories with our kids on the ball field! Truly broke the mold with this wonderful soul! RIP to a hidden angel whom has earned his wings! Fly high Kelvin!

 

carol clemons posted on 11/21/18

To the Family, Our hearts are with you all for this unexpected loss.Stay strong like the man Mike was. Prayers and kisses to all. Love Jeff and Carol

 

kimberly hatfield posted on 11/21/18

what wonderful memories we will all have. I've known Officer Bailey for 15 years...and my mom has for 20 years...Not only did his smile light up a room, his unconditional love and support to our community has left many heartbroken and loss for words. We have to remember him as we all know AN INCREDIBLE MAN! Condolences to his family and may Gods strength and peace and love stay with you all. love you forever and forever you be missed and in our hearts.

 

Dan and Colleen posted on 11/21/18

You lived life fully, you laughed often and you loved those that you cared about deeply. You will be missed by many. Vaya con Dios!

 

Joan Pierce posted on 11/21/18

I had the indelible gift of meeting and chatting with Mike while visiting our daughter and family ( in Woodstock neighborhood) following his back surgery. What a beautiful , sensitive caring man... my sincere condolences ... the world is both richer by his presence and saddened by his loss. I am so grateful that I had the honor of meeting him.

 

Silvia Custis-Henry Fellow Warrior - Class of 85 posted on 11/21/18

To Kelvin's family. I've only known him to be gentle, kind, and always wearing a radiant smile. My heart goes out to you during your time of bereavement. May you feel God's stength, & comfort

 

Valerie & Shawn Matney posted on 11/21/18

We were so sorry to hear about Mike. Mike always stopped with a kind word when we would see him in the neighborhood walking your dog. We are thinking of you and your family.

 

Laurie DeVinney posted on 11/21/18

Still hard to believe this. You will truly be missed by all. RIP Mike

 

Kim Agnew posted on 11/21/18

I met Kelvin about 10 years ago. Everytime I saw him at bingo, he was always so sweet and caring. The world has too few people as kind and genuine as Kelvin. He will be missed by so many people. Too young to be gone, so sad.

 

Delzola Cuffee posted on 11/21/18

Condolences to the Bailey family and all of Mike's friends. Praying God's peace and comfort.. DCHS Class of 1974

 

Marcie Blum posted on 11/21/18

To the Bailey family, I am proud to say I knew him. Kelvin work at my Bingo hall for many years and was. Liked any all, he was so helpful to me and making sure I was safe leaving. He will be greatly missed. May he Rest In Peace

 

Missy Andrews posted on 11/21/18

I was blessed to work with you on the other side of the radio for 25 years. Thank you for your service to your community and brothers and sisters in blue. I will miss your smile, laugh and always a kind word towards me and my family.

 

 

Bobby and Debbie Guynn posted on 11/21/18

Mike you were always smiling we will miss that. Your at peace now.

 

Debbie and Bill posted on 11/21/18

Mike you will always be in our heart. We love you big daddy❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

 

Kelli Barton posted on 11/21/18

Sitting here this morning enjoying my coffee and remembering talking with you while I was visiting in 2015. We talked and laughed and cried talking about our loved ones who passed on . I never walked out of you home that week with out a hug and I love you. I know without a doubt that you are now in the presence of our wonderful family . Please know I love you and I know I’ll see you again . Give my mom and momma my love ❤️

 

 

sharon and earl harrell posted on 11/21/18

Mike you did have a robust laugh, you were always a sweet person and will be sadly missed. we love you RIP

 

Gary Crane posted on 11/21/18

I am truly saddened by the passing of a good friend, Kelvin. I was his field training officer when he came to the police department from the sheriff's office. He was very outgoing. He wanted to learn everything he could about police work even after he was certified, calling me weekly with questions. I watched him excel through the years in various assignments. He was one of the best. I will think of him often. Best wishes to his family.

 

Donna McClung posted on 11/21/18

Rest In Peace Kelvin. Thank for for serving & protecting us all of those years. It was a pleasure knowing you! Til we meet again. David Galvin & Donna McClung

 

Vidner posted on 11/21/18

Kelvin Bailey, you were truly everyones friend. The sadness of your death has rippled throughout the police department into the city and beyond. Those who didn't get the chance to meet you missed out on experiencing your contagious smile and heart warming handshake. I pray that God gives your friends and family the strength they need during this time of sorrow. You will be missed, but never forgotten!

 

Todd Recupero posted on 11/21/18

You will be missed my friend. To Kelvin's family, his character and dedication to people were 2nd to none. I have many find memories of our times on VBPD. God Bless.

 

 

Sandra L O'Brien posted on 11/21/18

Rest in peace Kelvin. I was blessed to have worked with you for many years. My condolences to the family. Kelvin had an infectious smile.

 

Lisa Leishman posted on 11/21/18

Mike, you will be greatly missed by your friends and family. I know Blake will miss his Pops so much ! Although he doesn't quite understand why you are not here, I will always keep your spirit alive. Thank you for always being there for my Mom and loving her so much. I love you and may you rest in peace... XOXO

 

Lisa Satchell posted on 11/20/18

My son, Colin, stood over him and protected him from oncoming traffic. He prayed over him and begged God to keep him safe. He was terrified, he is only 16. He helped to find his phone to call his wife those were the last words he heard him mumble. True love is to think of others in your time of need. He showed such love to want to call her and speak with her. I don't know much of the story as Colin has kept it all inside once he learned God called him home to keep him safe in heaven. Colin is angry, sad, and confused. One moment Colin admired his bike and waved to him and he kindly waved back then went ahead. He gave Colin a thumbs up as he passed which made Colin's evening. The next moment he saw him being struck by a car and then he disappeared over the wall. Colin jumped out of his truck grabbing a flashlight to find him on the other side of the jersey wall and when he did, he used the flashlight to warn the oncoming drivers of his whereabouts to keep them from running him over. He was never alone. Colin was looking forward to seeing him recover in the hospital and talk about bikes. Losing him has hit Colin hard your brief encounter on 264 has forever changed him. It will never make sense to Colin or anyone, but I wanted to reach out to let his wife and children know he was not alone and they were on his heart when he was taken from this world. Lisa Satchell

 

Jaydon reed posted on 11/20/18

I didn’t really know him to well but me and Caleb are very very close friends like brothers basically but I’m super sorry for your loss but he is in a better place now nomore suffering now he will look down and smile on what you all have done god bless you guys ms.donna,Caleb and Ava u are all in my prayers.

 

Kelly Donohue posted on 11/20/18

Grandmothers and roses are much the same- each are God's masterpieces with different names. You will forever be in my heart Granny Jane.

 

Linda DiGiovanni posted on 11/20/18

Words can not express our sorrow for your loss. Josh was a wonderful husband, father, nephew and friend. We pray for you and your family. We are at a loss. Love, Joe, Linda, Lauren, Braelyn and Joseph DiGiovanni

 

Kisha Branch posted on 11/20/18

Kelvin was loved by everyone. Just a few weeks ago he was riding with another officer, she was not moving fast enough and he left her in the precinct. When he came back for her, he was smiling and laughing so hard. Kelvin will be missed.

 

Joe Montes, CAPT USN posted on 11/20/18

Our condolences for your loss. Woody was a great American, family man, teammate, and defender of our nation. Our prayers are with the Patterson family, he will be greatly missed.

 

Jayne Ellen Rawls posted on 11/20/18

My Mom, love her always. She wanted us to think of her as an Angel on the shoreline when she passed. She is with me always.

 

Sharyn Taylor posted on 11/20/18

Kelvin was one of the nicest men I have ever known...Always a smile, always a hug. Great Police Officer, Awesome man...rest in peace Kelvin.

 

Ron Hitt posted on 11/20/18

Mrs. Slayton was always a strong, proud and happy woman, much like her sister Julia Carr, both of whom I met through Phyllis Johnson. It was always a pleasure to spend time visiting Phyllis' affable "Aunt Kitty"! After spending time visiting both Kathleen and Julia, I always thought when leaving I was a better man for having spent time with each of them. I will miss seeing and laughing with Kathleen.

 

Vaughn Ransom posted on 11/19/18

Our condolences go out to Donna, Ava and Caleb on the loss of their husband and dedicated father, Josh. He was the best father and Aircraft Mechanic the Tyonek/Zenetex team could ask for. His personality resonated throughout our work site with his big smile and steadfast work ethic and dedication to his job. He unselfishly volunteered to do whatever was was needed and always greeted everyone, everyday, with the utmost respect. He was the model employee and father and he will be greatly missed. The best Aircraft Mechanic in the business. Josh came to us in July of 2017, and never failed to meet expectations. He always rose above and beyond the daily routine and provided the best quality aircraft maintenance a person could ask for. Thank you for being the best you could be. Rest in peace Josh, your Tyonek/Zenetex brothers and sisters will miss you greatly.

 

TRUDY BENNETT posted on 11/19/18

JANIE IS AND ALWAYS WILL BE A VERY SPECIAL LADY.I LOVE JANIE. FOREVER YOUR FRIEND AND SISTER IN CHRIST.I WILL SEE YOU ONE DAY.

 

 

Currituck Internal Medicine and Family Practice posted on 11/19/18

Clara will always have a special place in our hearts.

 

Stephan N. Pona posted on 11/19/18

Ride in Peace my Brother. You will be missed!!

 

Carlos Holderfield posted on 11/19/18

You will be truly missed

 

Charles & Kristina Griffith posted on 11/19/18

Kristi, We loved being your patients. Our deepest condolences, prayers, and best wishes.

 

Irwin Kroskin posted on 11/19/18

Nancy joins me in sending our deepest sympathy.

 

Irwin Kroskin posted on 11/19/18

I am terribly sorry to hear about your grievous loss. I can’t imagine your sadness. I heard about your husband’s death to late to attend the funeral, but I am thinking about you. Words are inadequate to express my feelings for you. I wish you healing when you are ready.

 

 

Sue Ryan posted on 11/19/18

Jane was a great Woman. Always Friendly to all. Even at Work. She will be missed by all who knew her.

 

Robert Hall posted on 11/19/18

Father there are times when bereavement hits each one of us and sometimes the pain of losing a loved one leaves us numb and grieving and so we lift up all those who have been recently bereaved.. and who are having to come to terms with the loss someone who was close to them. We lift up all who have recently lost a family member or a close friend or colleague and pray that You would draw very close to them. We pray that You would strengthen them and give them the comfort and solace that only comes from You – and we pray that each one would recognise their deepening need to turn to Christ, Who is the God of all comforts and Who comforts us in our affliction, sadness and pain. Heal those who are broken-hearted, give strength to those that are grieving and for those who do not yet know You as their Saviour – we pray that this would be a time when the truth of the glorious gospel of grace would shine into their hearts.. so that they may become partakers of Your perfect peace and heavenly joy - in the knowledge that death is simply the doorway into Your glorious presence. This we ask in Jesus name, Amen

 

Ron Wickert posted on 11/18/18

My deepest sympathies and condolences to both Roxanne and her son in this time of sorrow. Remember, time does not make us forget; it allows us to remember.

 

Theresa Mitchell posted on 11/18/18

Kerry, so sorry for your loss, your mother was a wonderful person, kind and thoughtful of others

 

Nick Dunkley posted on 11/18/18

Mike was a loyal honest man who loved his family and friends .. a huge loss to everyone but heaven has gained one of the best

 

Thomas Turner posted on 11/18/18

So Sorry to hear of your Moms Passing Prayers Sent to You and your Family

 

Melanie Williams posted on 11/17/18

So sorry for your loss Kerry, Terry and family. She was a true Southern Belle with all the grace and elegance that goes with it...

 

Harris P Quinn posted on 11/17/18

Our sincerest condolences, Lance. We know that your mother was a wonderful woman because she has such a great son. We are all with you in spirit, Your MIM friends.

 

 

Christy Lauriano posted on 11/17/18

May the Lord be with you always

 

Reneé Camden posted on 11/17/18

Kerry, so very sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. Keeping your family in my prayers.

 

 

Julie & Paul Petersen posted on 11/17/18

She was a very elegant and classy woman, who loved her family dearly. May you RIP and now has joined your loving husband.

 

Georgette Delapaz posted on 11/17/18

This beautiful soul was taken to soon. May she rest in peace with our heavenly father. My prayers and thoughts are with Gina and Louie and the whole family. The Delapaz family ( George, Alma, Jet and Mari

 

Jo Lisa Rosenblum posted on 11/17/18

So sorry for your loss. Gi Gi was a beautiful, kind and loving person. She will be missed.

 

 

Julie Petersen posted on 11/17/18

A beautiful soul may she rest in peace with our condolences Julie & Paul Petersen

 

Evelyn Nagal-Robles posted on 11/17/18

Our deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family during this difficult time. May God watch over all of you. May Kelly Rest In Peace. Sincerely Mario, Evelyn(Nagal) and Marc Robles

 

John and Penny murphy posted on 11/17/18

Thinking of the family during this trying time. Prayers for you all.

 

Deborah Shick posted on 11/16/18

So sorry for your loss. Prayers for Carr, Kristi, and your families.

 

Catherine Nocon posted on 11/16/18

Beautiful lady with the brightest smile. Rest in peace Gigi.

 

April Ford posted on 11/16/18

Sandman, as I knew him, was a good friend to me when I needed help over the years. Met him from Bubba a dozen years ago and He and Bubba were my go-to guys when I had a car problem which I had frequently back then. I often needed a tow or advice or opinion or to sell a junker or get a trusty vehicle. I could always count on him to come through when I needed a good reliable cash car for myself or my sons cuz I knew I could trust him to look out for us. I definitely had him on speed dial for a number of years. My boys always enjoyed watching him run n the monsters on the beach and thought he was such a cool guy, such a trip. Haven't seen or talked to him in a while but just thought of him a few times recently and was hoping he was doing well. Heartbroken over the news, that the world has lost such a good guy. My boys and I thought of him fondly and I'm praying for peace in the hearts of all others who thought the same and who loved him.

 

Jeremy Gaylord posted on 11/16/18

Outside of family there are few people that you are closest with and feel most connected to, Miss Shirley was one of them. I met Shirley and her husband, Dink, when I was a kid and they were like grandparents to me. Both Dink and Shirley inspired me to join NJROTC in high school and ultimately my career with the Coast Guard. It was an honor to have both of them in my life. Please accept my deepest condolences for your family’s loss. - Jay

 

Ron Chappell posted on 11/16/18

Geoff - May you rest in peace, and your family and friends only remember all the joy and happiness that you brought into their life. Take care, you will be missed my friend, and thanks for all the great times/memories we had at "The Beach." God bless you, Your friend, Ron Chappell

 

Karen posted on 11/16/18

Mike was always kind and cracking jokes when he would visit our building to process work orders, or when I saw him around campus. He didn't mind me asking questions about how things worked, or taking a second to explain what he was working on. A kind smile and a warm heart. He will be sorely missed.

 

Starr Griffin posted on 11/16/18

We met Leigh when he became one of our Tenant's at Birdneck Executive Centre. He was always so friendly and kind and we considered him and Beth part of our BEC family. We were blessed to know him and he will truly be missed. Beth, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers, we are so sorry for your loss.

 

 

Chase Milner posted on 11/16/18

Commander Stephen Carr Kratovil, Jr. is a hero to many, including me. Thank you for your faithful and devoted service to our country. I pray for peace and thanksgiving for his family, whose grief may turn to joy to celebrate a life well lived.

 

Leonia Washington posted on 11/16/18

My deepest heart felt condolences to you Roxanne and son. May you find comfort in this time of sorrow.

 

Patty Shipley posted on 11/16/18

Kristi, I am so very sorry for your lost of Carr. He was a fine officer and a good man. He loved your smile, always remember that. My love to you and your family.

 

Ken Widdall posted on 11/16/18

To Mark and Margaret, 'Want you to know how much I liked your dad, and how I never stopped liking him. He must've been a great dad as well to have such great kids as you two. The sun will rise...really. kw

 

Velvet Smith posted on 11/16/18

Colleen and her family have had to endure senseless harassment from other family members during this tragedy. Please pray for peace, as she has done what she and her children did what Geoffrey would want. Love is what matters and the people that have set out to destroy them for their decisions are shameless. Please let him Rest In Peace. This has truly been desvastating.

 

Jackson Daniels USN (SS) Retired posted on 11/15/18

My condolences to the family. He was a fellow shipmate of mine on the USS Parche. Good man, great shipmate! Sad to hear we've lost him. Sincerely Jackson A Daniels Projects Display Division Deck Div LPO

 

Susan Hernandez posted on 11/15/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you and Thomas. God bless you and keep you close in your time of grief.

 

Susan Hernandez posted on 11/15/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you. Please remember you are not alone, so many people are thinking of you. God bless you and Thomas.

 

Rose & Ray Ugalde Sr. posted on 11/15/18

Our thoughts and Prayers are with you and all your family

 

Beverly Catron posted on 11/15/18

Thinking of you at this time all my prayers and love go to the entire family

 

 

Kelly Adkins-Leach posted on 11/15/18

Aunt Millie always made you laugh. There is one thing she used to say, that I stole....when asked if that was her hair color, she would reply “It sure is and I have the receipt to prove it.” Aunt Millie you truly will bring joy to heaven.

 

patty and mike middleton posted on 11/15/18

our thoughts and prayers are with all the family

 

Donna Meeks posted on 11/15/18

Mike and I worked together at ODU for many years. It was so shocking to hear of his sudden passing. My heart goes out to his family during this difficult time. May you find peace and comfort in the days ahead.

 

Margaret Inge posted on 11/15/18

I worked with Mike for many years at ODU. He was a delight to know and a very dedicated employee. I am so sorry to hear of his death. My condolences to all of his family. He talked about his children often and was very proud of them.

 

 

Linda & Rich Meanor, USNR posted on 11/15/18

Shirley & Dink were like our 2nd parents when we moved to our first duty station in Oceana. They were warm and inviting and made us feel at home. We will always remember their hospitality. God bless both of them.

 

 

Marsha posted on 11/15/18

My deepest sympathy go out to his family and friends he sounds like a great man. Sorry I never had the privilege of meeting him. My hearts breaks for you all God has definitely brought his angel home.

 

Carolyn Campbell posted on 11/15/18

Enjoy the camping in heaven. I am sure the clouds are softer than the ground down here :) Yours in scouting, Troop 84

 

Saila Mäkelä posted on 11/14/18

You were a very special friend for me dear lovely Michael . i miss you very much and never forget you . I will miss our talks, we talked about everything possible directly . You was my support in many cases and I was tried to be your support . You are forever in my heart . My deepest condolences to his daughters ,sons , brothers and sisters , to all family .

 

CH posted on 11/14/18

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8 Condolences

 

Nancy Geiser posted on 11/14/18

You will be missed my friend. I have enjoyed our chats about your family, the creative sides of us, you with your RC vehicles and me with my glass art and playing games with Team Galaxy. I was so happy to make the "Moon Over Water" for you because of your fond memories it inspired. I will not forget you! I would like to send my sincere and heartfelt condolences to all your family. May God comfort you all, know you are loved and have faith in the resurrection hope that God has promised. May God's peace be with you. Sincerely, Nancy Geiser

 

Maggie Vidrine posted on 11/14/18

Missing the chats and fun pool games I had with you Scottie. We were on two on-line International pool teams together and enjoyed fun n competitive games, n many good conversations. You will be missed my dear friend (HUGs)

 

Shelly Lindsay posted on 11/14/18

On behalf of Team_GALAXY, of which Michael was a member of on royalgames.com, we would like to offer our sincerest sympathies for Michael's passing. He will always be a beloved member of our team and very special friend to many around the world. He knew most of us on our team for many years before we even got started. He touched all of us with kindness, laughter and friendship. He was most proud of his children, loved his work, and his love of the beach were regular stories he shared. Michael's positive outlook will always be remembered and were so lucky to have met him. Sincerely, Team_GALAXY Donny (Scotland), Shelly (Michigan) Saila (Finland), Janet (Netherlands), Inge (Germany), Martha (New Mexico), Nancy (Arizona), Maggie (Massachusetts), Voichi (Romania), Lyn (England), Baba (Germany), George (Germany), and Mandy (Maryland)

 

Rob hazelwood posted on 11/14/18

Condolences to all, A good man gone to soon

 

robin alvarez posted on 11/14/18

When we were young and crazy we never thought the day would come to this...Bill and I are so so so happy to have met and spent time with Steve. I couldn't have wanted a better soul mate for you in this journey we call life. I love you deeply Roxanne and I guess that's cause we were so young when we were friends..We will always be friends...God bless you baby..

 

Michael Mason posted on 11/14/18

So sorry for your loss.

 

CH posted on 11/13/18

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8 Condolences

 

CH posted on 11/13/18

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

 

Dorothy Martinsen posted on 11/13/18

Brenda, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. You were a very good daughter to your mother, Shirley May. You spoke of her with love and respect and were there to help her. That's all we can ask of our children.

 

 

ELIZABETH L WHITE posted on 11/13/18

He lived for his Family that was my first thought when i meet him, Than he went running after my dog so he wouldn't kill one of Frances pups...

 

Robert J Vallilee posted on 11/13/18

I remember Uncle Bill always smiling and happy! Thank you for your service and most of all thank you for being Uncle Bill. Sympathies and prayers.

 

dt posted on 11/13/18

Many condolences to the family and friends. May the resurrection hope of Christ Jesus our lord and savior bring you untold comfort.

 

Michael E. Duffy posted on 11/13/18

David and Terry, Very saddened to hear about the passing of your Mom. I have some extremely fond memories of her and your Dad too. They were always very welcoming to all of us in the neighborhood. I remember when your Dad went to procure some China from a relative who lived on Walnut Street. He was driving the VW Bus and hit the brakes a bit too hard and the China came a tumbling. Although several pieces were broken, your Mom was as cool as a Cucumber and pulled the party off without a hitch. The above represents to me how well your Mom handled life in general. No matter the issue, she dealt with it handled a calm approach, which she passed to you two. If you are ever down in the Norfolk/Va. Beach area please give me a cll and lets catch up. 757-291-3002 Cell Mike duffy

 

Wendy Zicht posted on 11/13/18

My deepest sympathy and prayers for God's comfort to Roxanne and Tom. Steven was such a sweet brother to me and a good soul.

 

 

Becky Best posted on 11/13/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you

 

 

Becky Best posted on 11/13/18

My deepest sympathy to you Roxanne and Tom. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

 

Bob and Debbie Knight posted on 11/13/18

Big Brother, you will be well and truly missed. Thankful for some fantastic memories, too! Rest in Peace.

 

Cindy L Mason posted on 11/13/18

So sorry to hear this terrible news.You and Tom are in my prayers.

 

spring sibbert posted on 11/13/18

Erik aka "Mr Tambourine Man" this obituary describes exactly the guy I remember spending hours with on the phone listening to that song. I remember him trying to teach me how to play drums and trying to help me through some tough times. I remember how he enjoyed being a dad. Been many years since I've seen him, sounds like he only improved on all those traits he had so young. My deepest sympathy and condolences to everyone.

 

Chance Mills posted on 11/13/18

Erik was a great pilot and a great guy to be around. He always had a smile on his face and always brought the moral of the crew he was working with up no matter what. I always knew it was going be a great job with Erik flying for us. Gonna miss you Erik R.I.P. brother we got it from here. Watch over us

 

 

Casey Murphy posted on 11/13/18

I am so sorry to hear about Mr. Strawhand’s passing. I have very fond memories of spending weekends in Knotts Island and he making chicken on the grill with a spicy vinegar sauce he would put on it over and over....so delicious. Thinking of Kristi and her Mom.

 

Frank and Gloria Jackson posted on 11/13/18

Roxanne our deepest sympathy and prayers go out to you and Steve's family. He was a very special and unique person who truly valued friendship and I was so happy when we reconnect only a few months ago. He brought a smile to our faces as he rehashed old memories of our Air Force times together, most of which I had long forgotten. He will always be remembered and talked about with happiness and a smile in our household. God Bless.

 

Shawn Huddy & Bryleigh Peele posted on 11/12/18

Steve had one of the kindest hearts and a warm manner about him. He was always so helpful and generous. My thoughts and sympathy and prayers go out to you and Thomas and to Steve's family. Bryleigh and I will miss him. I am so very sorry for your loss.

 

Donnie Bogdala posted on 11/12/18

So sorry to hear this. Thoughts and prayers for Tom and Roxanne

 

Aleisha Winn posted on 11/12/18

My deepest most sincere condolences to you and your family boo.I love you and please know that I'm praying for you and your family.

 

Jennifer Clark posted on 11/12/18

Angela, Elias, and Jacob: I was saddened to hear of Abe's passing. Abe was a wonderful person and friend. My deepest sympathy to you all.

 

 

Frank Murray posted on 11/12/18

My condolences to you Maggie and family. Prayers and thoughts go out to you all. May he rest in peace and dance with the angels.

 

Tim, Anna and Little Timmy. posted on 11/12/18

I wish I could’ve been playing when T-Frey was. I would’ve loved to have played with him. Sincere condolences and much love to Lisa and family.

 

Annie Alberi posted on 11/12/18

My memory of Dot was her enthusiasm and her joy in exercising and being an inspiration to many at Atlantic Shores. She will be missed by many. Blessings and peace to all of you in her family. annie Alberi

 

Annie Alberi posted on 11/12/18

Dear Jane and family. Dot will be missed much at Atlantic Shores. Even as she aged and was limited in her exercise she continued on like the trooper that she was. She was quite and inspiration to many. I would see her in the early morning walking and in aeorbics keeping up with the beat. I know you will all miss her. Blessings and peace to all of you in the family. I miss seeing you Jane walking in the neighborhood passing Janie, Daphne and myself. Take care, you are in my prayers. Annie Alberi

 

bill speelman posted on 11/12/18

angela, jacob, lelo, i'm sorry for the loss of your father. i'll always remember him as a very friendly, caring man. sorry i didn't get to you on saturday/sunday morning. i wanted to come by before leaving town but was afraid sunday morning i may wake the baby. Praying for your family, cherish the memories. bill speelman

 

Rochelle Ezzell posted on 11/12/18

I my knew you for a little while this was a shock to hear can't wait to see u again!!

 

Graham Collins posted on 11/12/18

We will miss cousin Mary, her phone calls to catch up on things were always a welcome break in the day and she was always cheery.

 

Karen Waters posted on 11/11/18

So sorry to hear of your dad's passing Mark.

 

Valerie Pejack posted on 11/11/18

Our thoughts are with you as you say good bye to Mary. She will always be the cousin that remembered everyone no matter how far away we lived. Her cards and phone calls will be sorely missed. She kept up with everything that was going on in our family and took the time to keep us all connected. Sending lots of love and hugs to all of her family.

 

Brenda Allen posted on 11/11/18

I have just heard of Grandpa Gary passing. Please let me know about any services for him. I'd love to attend

 

Suzie Olson posted on 11/11/18

I went to High School with Eryk, but hadn’t seen him since then. I remember him having this quiet strength about him, always kind. He was an Amazing drummer and had the best hair. I read this obituary with tears as it sounds like what we saw in high school was only the very beginning of all the wonderful things he would do and the amazing person he became. He left us too soon, and the world will forever have a hole where he left us. My prayers to his family and friends, the enormous sadness is reflective of your enormous love for him.

 

Gwen Nelson posted on 11/11/18

That is the most amazing memorial I have ever read for a person. By the admiration and love I see being poured out, it is so clear he achieved what so many of us spend our lives trying to achieve. He had a great life, great love, great family, and And am amazing soul. You were so blessed to have had him. I am so so sorry for you in your grief. But so happy for what you had and what a good life he lived.

 

Alonzo F. Shelton posted on 11/11/18

Fair Winds and Following Seas Captain. I was so proud to serve with you on the USS STUMP DD-978. MACM Shelton (retired)

 

Sondra Alt posted on 11/11/18

High school SADD poster campaign. I remember doing a poster with Erik. He did the artwork. I did the writing. The teacher was so amazed by our poster he kept it for future reference. Erik was so sweet and easy to talk too. He never put you down for what you didn’t have. He’ll be missed and thought of. Prayers sent to his family and frien